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The Moyie Leader Aug 14, 1909

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 E.  -/-'  ^��*  ��� y  or  fofy, A'^  w* Latest   ix  1$ JEWELRY See  IjV. H. WILSON.  3fflfe^KK CRANBROOK  y/'~  Kin rrciin.jc Eye Defects.   WILSON,  OPTICIAN  CRANJ.Ki.OK  ijjSLl2 NO, J9.  MOYIE,  B. C,   AUGUST 14, 1900.  ��3 A  YKAK  '���0. ,  1  'or'  bJe  New Vegetables |  c '���  fur first, car of  the season will  arrive   to-day or  I  1 ^ronrlay  from  the Okanogon  Valley.   Jn. it      j  arc Potatoes, Beets, Cabbage, Carrots' Turnips '��� 4  and Cauliflower,    IE you want the best i  ���  ���     * 1  price 011 these new roots, come to      ��� 4  up.     A car of  flour will be {  "'-"..unloaded about the fame time.      , J  Wfc*  ���������*?.&  FOK QUALITY  *�� ��� a  A* 1  * t  1K00K  liad ha  ooti,  S.   "J  Club Special Cigars.  to^e have���jiisl"received another case .'of this'vjell known  w-and'of cigar* and will offer tliom for sale whileUiey last  6|?hef following .prices:' -3,000 lot's" ��Cp.()0;^bpxes of 25,  " 75Vsmaller lots. 10, 3 for*25-cts.  ���ML'  IWYNNE'S; HAZELWOOD P4RL0R.  Bfek^-'i-' -  i��t '  ���I'1-1  fA '  Furnished House  , ��� *."     ,- ��� .       -  -  FOE. SALE.,  Only $600:  ���Terras $75.cash/     $25 per month.  BEALE & ELWELL, ��� Cranbrook, B. C.  ftlfc! 1  , China Sale , \  -'or'Bale of China.  iChina will be sold below cost. - This is no 10  .���r 35 per centfeut rate sale.     This line must  Hbc 'sold so don't miss this golden opportunity.  ��� }"3r> ��Kri  E.,  Is-'  SB*.  Ik Moyie Drug & Stationery Co.   _  Robin Hood Flour  Ask your neighbor how she likes ROBIN HOOD FLOUR.  ��� When you have "once tried it you will  not want   any,  other.    Remember it can only be had at  .W, FITCH'S  COME AND SE�� OS  REGARDING PRICES  MOYIE'S    LEADING    HOTEL.  Hotel Kootenay  The best of accommodations *  for the Traveling Public.  I  L��* a-nd Commodious Samp'-c Koois. Billed Rooms.      |  McTAVISH 4 CAMERON Proprietors.  A  iv1  'the furnisher  2��  Imperial Bank of Gana  ,UTW' .   ,  $10,000,000  Capital  Authorised -       ��* '   5,000,000   5.000.000  BlU^CHEa IH  BRITISH' COLOMBIA,     .J^"^��rfft������,! ' V-ucouver  tintden, KwkMix, Michel, Kelson, Revchtoko. ^  Capital Paid Up���   Rest���  Arrowhead 1  Savings  Bank Department. f  0 \      ~anr rate from  date of 2  Interest allowed on deposits at current rate |  deposit. ��  MOYIE BRANCH. ;/ f  ^ j.fpM  P1NKHAM. Manager. |  Fire Destroys House.  ,Oa Tuesday eight about 10  o'clock fire almost totally destroyed the house owneii by Mrs.  Lawlor, and which was occupied  by Robt. Agnew and family.  The Ore brigade acted promptly,  and had a good stream ploying on  the flames, in double quick 'order.  Mrs. Agnew was sick in ,bed, and  two men rushed in and carried  her to a place of safety. With  both the fire and the water evety-  thing in the place was ruined,  and the building, is scarcely worth  repairing. Mr. Agnew had just  drawn his pay that day and had  put the money under the mattress; and this was found undis'  turbed after the fire, was put out.  At one stage .of the fire it was reported that one of the children-  was in" the . house, bu c ' this was  soon found incorrect.. The fire  made a b>g blaze, and a big crowd  of spectators ' gathered around.*  There'was no wind,-and therefore  little danger of the fire spreading  to the neighboring buildings.    ,   '  The fire means.a heavy loss to  the owner,' Mrs. Lawlor, who depended on. the rent of tbe building to a large extent for her support; and to the Agnew" family,  who practically lost all their , belongings, " No one seems to be  clear as to the origin' of the' fire,  but it is believed, somo of', the  children overturned a lamp... <  i '        , ������<--   Will Retail Stock.       ��?J  GENERAL FLOAT  <te  The   Indians  Kootenay Flats.  are.   haying  on  ���   Nearly 1200 coal miners are out  on strike at Spririghill, ^. S.  Forest Fires.  Eleven ' lives were lost in tbe  hotel fire at Vernon Tuesday  night. ' _ ,       ,  The project of building a bridge  across the narrows to North Vancouver now seems a certainty.  Governor Hughes of New York  put1 in several days at Banff mountain clirabingo and enjoying the  scenery.'  The ; provincial jail 'at Kew  Westminster is full and twenty  prisoners have been ���' sent to the  Victoria cells.  Tliere were two or three  fires sprang up around Moyie  within the past few" days. They  were probably caused byw sparks  from passing engines. An  stinate fire broke, out in the saw  dust and slab pile at the site of  the old Park-Mitchell sawmill,  but voluuteers from the town aud  the Porto llico Lumber Co.,- soon  had it under control.  .' \s��  small  ^  ���***,' "V* ��� ^ ^* >���*��� >**��� ^u.* "W ���**.��� Xfc.- "^- gg;  "' $. .Commencing To  Fire.totally destroyed thb^C  P, R. car- reiiair shops at 'Nelson  last Sunday night.; The damage  will approach % 10,000.  In all probability, the stock of  goods of the''det'uriet,Co-Operative  store'wilrbe dispoaed'of at retail.-  B. B. McDermid, the assignee,' was  here fcona Nelsbn> to.look after  affairs:,. It is-underatbod he,w��B  not satisfied with any of the- tenders-submitted for. the ,Bfcock iu a  lumpi and- believes more money  can be realized by the retail process. The,store will probably be  opened next week and the goods  cleared out. ,   New Building! Going  Up.  Chas. Stagg has become a heavy  investor in Moyie real estate,  and is putting up four substan-  cottages -on Tavistock street.  Two of them ' are 20x24 and tho  other two are 20x22. All are  hard finished, and fitted with  electric lights and water.  Robt. Walker is putting up a  neat residence on the lot which  he purchased recently ���< from Mrs.  Porter.   _J   Off   on   Wedding Trip.  J. J.' Atherton has sold the  Creston Review to'J. K. Johnston,  formerly associated uwith John  ^Houston   iu   the   Prince, Rupert  Bmpire. .��� �� -  .-<  .. o   '        '      (        ���  . Fully 90 per' cent of the sawmills,, iu the interior of British  Columbia are now iu operation in  consequence of the heavy,demand  for lumber.in the'prairie provinces.  Bankers Are Busy,  Tho branch' of the Imperial  Bank of Canada in Moyie i.s doing  its full share of business, and even  above the'amount ,that .was expected. O.' W. Ueade, tho accountant in charge, and James Mc-  Dougall, his assistant," are kept  busy, and it may be necessary to  add to the staff. Ifc.is now'evident the .bank made no mistake  in locating in Moyie.  Dance  was  Siii  ccess.  The forestry commission will  meet' in Cranbrook oniSeptember'  lflth.; The commission's made'up  of A. S.'G'oodtsve, M. I'V.'Hon.. R. J.  Fulton, minister, of lands, and A.  C.'Flummerfelt.  '-' The Town Improvement society".  of New Denver has clear^a"trail  Ie��dingrto the iSlocan lake>glaciers  and is. taking steps, to let the  world know of the attractions , of  that district " .     /  It has been many moons since  Mpyie had a better dance than  the one given Thursday night by  the ' local baseball and football  teams. - There were easily 00  couples prefeut,' aiitl the dances  came thick aud fast. Tcecream  was served throughout tho eveu-  ing. Music was supplied by  Messrs. Wilson/Evans and Kamm  There' was a satisfactory' margin  of profit after all bills were paid.  ^ i '   ���������������������^���������  , Big- Price   for Gregg. ���  anyone who has used Shield's Unshnnk^le l^en^a  Ivaiask for it again: rcasonv that it ^softer and. more  ielastic than any other woollen .garment nnd^^i ^ear  longer.'. Heavy weights in gray :for;; miners No�� w he  Itime to'get,your size. ^ We carry the Geo. A. blatei In-.  f Mctus shoes and 20 Century Clothing,  Chief Constable Arthur Sampson- of Fernie and his bride, were  in Moyie yesterday, having ��� come  up from Spokane on Thursday's  flyer. They are now on their way  to Vancouver, Seattle and San  Francisco on their wedding trip.  Mrs. Sampson was formerly Mrs.  MacKenzie, and has a host of  friends in Moyie. She was visit-  ins here only a short time ago.  New Restuarant Opens.  H. A.  Rotramel,  proprietor  of  the      Commercial restuarant,  opened his place for business this  morning. He has his place very  nicely fitted up, and is well prepared to cater to the public. He  will serve regular meals and will  make a specialty of short orders.  Ball Players at Fernie.  Fernie knows where to get good  ball players. Ray Crissler and  Harold Grady, two of Moyie'a  erackerjacks, are down to the coal  town doing a stunt with the  Scouts.  Miners'   Union   Nominationis.  It is claimed iu Spokane tihat J.  Herbert Anderson has secured the  stock of tho 3reenou'gh3 In the  Ponderay smelter and taat plans  are being perfected for tho opening of the smelter about October 1.  The safe in the Great .Northern  station at Fernie was blown up  at an early hour Wednesday  morning, and the burglars got  away with $235 in cash and  cheques. The culprits are still at*  large. ' r        "  Thirty-two pages of select reading including new fashions, short  stories, and beautiful illustrations,  make the August isme of .The  Home Journal the bes< ever published of that progressiva-woman's  magazine.  There will be no danger of a  potato famine in Creston this  year. The crop is an excellent  one, and the wise growers are  patting themselves on the back.  This branch ha$ been somewhat  overlooked in previous years.  The Fraser River Lumber Company established what ��� is i undoubtedly a world's record, for a  day'3 cutting during June. The  quantity'run through the saws  and handled in one shift of twelve  and one-half hours was 473,000  feet. - -   ���-������''.. ______ '..''���  There were thirty million less  cigarettes smoked in Canada last  year than the year before. The  decline is held to be entirely  among boys of 10 years or under.  And to be entirely due to the restrictive legislation put through  parliament by the government  during  the session of 1908.    a  In Dayton, Wash., the penalty  for intoxication is $.100 fine or  30 da3rs in jail. Nowthe interesting question comes up as to when  is a man intc��xicated^ ������������; The conclusion is drawn athat any-! one  whom tho police officers consider  intoxicated As   liable ' io. . arrest.  Nominations for officers for the  coming term will be  in  order at  the  regular  meetings  of August  ���      ���7A ���'    , no.*.,      mx      i    ...      Whether a man who has taken  14th, 2lat and 28th.    The election,   A .A;_��� ...   A  _   .... ���,_.__.. a*_.  will be held on Saturday, Septew  ber -fttA . iv,  'a drink of beer is a  subject for  arrest remains to be tested.  Spokane 0,b3erver: Coast papers' havo been incliued to"sneer  at the ' reported n sale " of Lefty  Gregg ' by Manager Brown but  Brown ".has . the .laugh   on- the  whole bunch-     ~WecluoBaa.yUe   re-'  ceived.a draft for $2000, the' bal-  anca due on the player. ��� The first  draft arrived a week or so before.  Brown laid the two bits of paper  on his desk and smiled. Tu addition to the cash, Brown has two  players coming from Cleveland  next season.  200  si?  SI?  a��  i��  i��  f  St?  S? ,  *���. ������  V   ��� -\ ���.      ^        -  ���  ���  w ���   " -  .i''    ��� *       < ���  w    . , .- ,��� : ��� ��� , -  vl/  ��� ���,,'..:  si/ !  |   MacEachern & Macdonafd  fnd continuing fill all arc sold  pairs childrens' shoes.  ,    D        t^izes 4 \o 10 1-2 and 11 lo 2.  at ��� 1-4 off regular pricev    ���  Now is the time  to pepure yoiu'���5ch^ol Auo^.  Thaw Still1 Insane.  Ben Evans Wins   Land.  Beu Evans, shif tboss at tho St,  Eugene concentrator, was the  first and so far only lucky Moyie  person in the Indian land drawings. He drew No. 194, which  means that he will have the 19 Ifch  choice of 100 acres of land in .the  Flathead reservation. Knowing  ones say that Ben will.be married very shortly and will make  his home on his newly acquired  farm.  The state of New York won a  complete victory over Harry K.  Thaw when Justice Isaac Mills!  decided'that tho slayer of Stanford White was' still insane and  sent; hiai back to the criminal insane asylum at Mattewan.' Not  one of the many contentions made  by Thaw during tlie' three weeks  of his recent hearing was sustained; no is somewhat better  off, * however, than before he  brpught the present, suit because  Justice'Mills, in his decision, suggested, and ' the suggestion  amounts'"' practically to orders,  that, Thaw - at -Mattewan - be  re-  9to<=J to   iiUO prlVllcgoi J.v. ~~���-_., ���>  during the first s three months of  his stay there aud that his mother  be allowed all possible privileges  and treated with every consideration when she calls to see him.  Thaw received the news of the  failure of his1 second attempt to  escape from Mattewan with a  slight display of emotion. Ilia  mauner indicated that he had expected an adverse decision.  On the Diamond.  The Moyie ball team will piny  at Nelson ou the 20th and 21st,  and may arranged play at Rossland on Sunday, the 22nd.  The boys up ou the  St.  Eugene  'Suggests National  Park.   - ,  ���>   When Earl Grey returns front  the Aukon he and, his party will-''  camp iu the valley of the Columbia.-| ULUiis-sjisiley Eirl Grey  says: "I. have been to the Yellowstone park/and do not hesitate  to say that the' area to which t  have referred- is more grand,  moro varied aud .attractive   "'    , %���   ���  '"'During uiy trip the   early ' October coloring of, the upper  trees  between the flittering white of  a  recenc snow Hurry   ou   the  top-,,"  aud cbe dark forests  of   tho deep    ���  valleys .below, the  singular  clear- '  ness of the   atmosphere,  and   the'  reflections of the .blue sky_audAo��s��;  the lakes, formed a Series o�� pictures which from an artist's poinc  of view left nothing to be desired.  I sincerely hope you may be able  to luakg this area into a national  park.  "It is estimated that the tide o?  tourist travelMn Switzerland annually leaves in that country  $200,000,000. 'His iu tlie power  of youi people to divert a large  section of this enriching tide from ,  Switzerland to British: Columbia."  Purchased Desirable Lot.  This week a real estate deal  was put through in which one t-f  the most  desirable   lots   in   town  was involved.  E. G. (Jwynno  rrimve  accepted the  challenge | Wm.    Jewell   have    become  owners of lot 20, block   I,   on   tlie  and  the  Reorganize   Fire   Brigade.  It is the intention, we understand, to soon reorganize the fire  brigade, and give the equipment  a general overhauling. In all  probability it will ba necessary  to order several lengths of new  hose. The matter of having an  electric light placed in the fire  ball will al?o be brought up.  Returns   With Bride,  ni  of    the    Central   hotel,  aud   the  two   teams  will    have  it  out  at southwest    corner    of     \ icaoria  a,t-i        ���,.i.-   *n��.m-rnw  nff-pr-  street and   (-iueens   avenue,   aud  Aldr.dge    park   tpmoium   after-  adjoin? I{. Catupbeir, stoie   p,,,,, t  erty.    Ic waF bought from A-   W  J&leasdell of Fernie, who  acquired,-  it   from    the   towu=ite   cmnpmiy  fully 10 years ago.      It U perhaps,  the must desirable  vacant   cornur  in Moyie.  Swimming;  the   Lake.  Tlie   fete   of  swimming   Moyt->  Dr. B. Asselstine returned Wednesday from Vancouver with his  bride.' On August 3rd he was  married to Miss Beulah S. Penney,  a resident of that city, at St.  Andrew's church, Rev. C. Wilson  officiating. They have taken up  their, residence in the - Armstrong  cottage on Queen's avenue.  Tunnel in 700   Feet.  The tunnel on the Society Girl  mine is in 700 feet,' and the work  is progressing very favorably.  At 900 feet it is expected the ore  body will be. tapped. A town  office for the company is soon to  be erected on the lot on Victoria  street near Roberts it Me3singer's  store.  St. Eugene Ore at   Toronto.  Several good specimens of St.  Eugene silver.-lead ore were today  shipped to Toronto for the exhibition, which opens in t&at. city  en August 28th.  noon. Brault will pitch for the  hotel team aud Kelly will catch,  while for the hill team Ward will  be pitcher aud Rowland Gamble  catcher. The game is called for  2 o'clock.   Morley May Build.  The Leader has been informed  on jrood authority that S. F\ Morley of Cranbrook ''fill commence  within a few days the erection of  another store building in Moyie  on his lots near his present build  ing, which is occupied by ,T. W.  Fitch.  lake thU   year   was  hy     flurry    Uoctjomioy  KouliuH laet Sunday.--  ^'i-onmli'-i  I   I:  >{  ana  Will Qve 'Entertainment.  ' An. entertainment will ha giver,  in aid of the Church of DuAuid  in.Moyie about September tlth.  The Best Is None too Good  This Aveek we   have   received  Stetson  Hats of the'first grade..  "-Aiiso a shipment of the Famous F.. P.. Sargcant  Gloves,,        ��So  it:  you,want th^ UosL'in ih'iAe . ���  lines, we have tlicrn..  THE DAY LIGHT  STORE.  ROBERTS' &��� ME  "S  Conrad Block  3Soyi��  i IgMk^'^ZM^'-JitiS^ ^!Q��2��-2s $u��2i��i2&  j, j  V.  ' i  .' 1  1-  ' ,��� JM  '   '-'-til  A .A  A i -  ''��� J. > Vi." i  Iw.A-*  LH-a,  -<h  y   if-A.-Al1  ".*i-l'����;  ,,-fr-"V*!<i�� j  ,    ���''���'^''M'-.fm  ' V-^.A.B'I  ^.iftSS./   --"-I  t.f.',  1 1  -A  lM.v:A^|  ���*5,  m  "��� e  J'"^",'*i  t  > ,. e  !    '��'''  r  ������Ut@t?'$A  .ji^e-.AlJ  AAA.;'i+Ai Si'- iJt  ?^3  %.%  Kill too  *Au Wy'  A%'i; I'i  111'"'  f-ftHy.  ,r..  CaBA,'- u  f.p  Sf'BM'!   '  i'nt  pip  i  ���'IP  t t  f!llA  8*  Ah  ��'fi:  ^,$A  Fir ��*''  111,  sR  M;  w��  mm tl  MOT     ^  III J  Ik \& Ai j ri .  fo'-af-  THK LEADER, MOYIE. WUTJSH COLUMBIA.  M MQIIE LEADER;  Published in the interest of tlie people  ,   of Movie and EastKoutenav.  i    ,, i  , of this travel is now to be directed j  i towards the Koojenays. Formerly!  ' most of it went by the way of the  1 main line.  P. J. SMYTH. I'-'ru^ik.'..  ,     Crestou   Review:  ; I  , rumor, not^vithout cause, that in '  'the event of a Provincial election;  i i  taking pla^e this faJJ, that tho re-1  i: nic   or   --L.H.-.1 liif-TicN -  Que Year  --_r-  turn of Mr. J. A- Scofield  will not  I  t be o|ijjosed.     It is also a foregone  S3. 00     !' conclusion that Tom Caven will be j  _ _c _._       -  __-  .   _-..--.'. - | the, unanimous choice of the,Con-j  SATURDAY. AUGUST 11, 1909.. servatiye party for the Craubrook J   :������-��������� "m _ ~ seat in opposition to Dr. King, the)  ,Xow,'watch out for forest fires.'Jreseat   ' ilberal     iUember. '   It's'!=  ' -      ' .I . '      .  ***" (dollars   to   doughnuts    that   the J  ,    You-canbe sure you aresiiccess-1 '     ��� j  ;popular   railway  .conductor   will!  ' Jul   when   you   hear   people, aro;  ' ' ' " , I win  knockiug you. ��� /  ''   '     _' ,.J  J asking.  No Man is Stronger  Than His Stomach  A strong man is strong all over.    No man  can   be  strong \rho is suffering from  weak stomach with its  consequent indigestion, or from  some other  disease  of the ttomach and its associated-organs, which impairs digestion and nutrition.     For when the stomach  is weak or diseased there is a loss of the nutrition  contained ip food, which is the source of all physical  strength.    AVhen   a   uian  "doesn't feel just right,"  when he doesn't sleep well, has   an   uncomfortable ' '  feeling in the stomach after eating, is languid, nervous, irritable and despondent; be is lotting the nutrition needed to make strength.  Sucfi   a   man   should  use   Dr.   P/crco's    Golden Medical  Discovery.   It cures   diseases  ot the stomach and  other  organs ot digestion and nutrition.   It enriches the blood,  invigorates the liver, strengthens the kidneys, nourishes  the nerves, and so GIVES HE71LTH a\D   STltEXGTH TO  THE WHOLE BODy.  You can': afford  to accept n secret nostrum  as a  sub>.firufe for this  nonalcoholic medicine o" known composition, not even   thouiili the  urgent dealer  may thereby make a .ittle bigger profit.    Ingredients printtd on wrapper.  I. O. 0. F.  .Meets Tufudsiv evenings in Mc(Jree<>r  hull  on   Victoria   street.    Sojourning  Odd Fellow* cordially invited.  Lot'is CqjjjV. J'1- J- Smyth.  Noble Grand.  ;ar'y.  THE G ANADIAN BiSJ  OF COMMERCE  ���i  i  ���*  HEAD   OFI'ICK. TORONTO  bt. Knjjcnt. X.u<l|t�� >*"��� U7" |  K. of P.  ' Meets evsry Thursday  evening    in   McGregor  Jiall :U, S   c 'clock.   Visiting brothers invited.     J  J>. J. .Ui'Au'iNK, K- ^- J l IU< |  Chancellor Com.'      ' K.K.nnriSJ  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  out nt thi-j the second' time .of!  The  man   who  said   "The good j    ifc is sa;(l. that all men are liars.!  die young'.' was  not referring to j  popular songa.  Ttie other morning'we  overheard  a traveling man at the depot tell  "We  want boxcars, more ;than | the following to a companion." '���!  D-eadnaughtP,"    is  -"'what,   lion i puce   knew   a,,nigger   who. was  r     <        - . * '., ' .     -  Chas. Murphy  was  told  while at j aillicte'd with stammering, and be-  'Vancouver.      ,,'     , | ing Aidvised   to   take    starch   in  1     ' 0'"~        '    r, | order  tliat  he. might  be  clearly  -'The'new term of. school ��bnosfcf undei.stoocJj  hQ  tQQk   .fc   'ia'-'^ch  ready  to 'begin  and  some thirty j<2ar'g.e quantities that he became so  children withou't.school iwcommo- j stilj t,m(. he cou,]d neither get his ]  dation is the situation which cou-   [,ancjg juto ^-ls  pockets  nor  walk  /ronts Moyie.    This 'is  an indica-^ jn-d^d tt. corner, and uas   obliged  r  "Look  Before  You Leap."  But you. need'have  no hesitancy "wluitevor'ahout  i  investing in a pair of our   Walk-over   SIiols. ,  It's hard to <-beat   tljejr Awagger jipjiojir-  ��� 'an.ee arid its easy ��;oing   all . of   the  time when you wear Wn'lk-ovo'ta. '  Get  the habit.       rGoto  ���     i '    ( i  i ' ",  Crowe Bros & Co.  .-', Moyie. ���>: <  Selkirk l.ftilc��-, >'o. ��>."> I  A. I,-.   A'   A. M. j  Kegnlar   meetings  ou tlie first Wed-1  iit'Hiiay      of    each  mouth.'  A isitiiig brctliern welcome,  (.'. T.'.McC;regor, W. M.  D. A. Ayi iv, Secretary.   <-STA,!USII1I)l8ftT  Paid-up Capital, S10(000OQ(i  ^ve Fund, 7  6,0��0  A GENERAL, BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTLD AT ALL BRaNcHb  DRAFTS AND MONEY ORDERS sold, U money       ' ^  telegraph or letter. erred iy  COLLECTIONS  made in all parts of Canada and in r0rciPl  FOREIGN BUSINESS.   chequCS and ^ cn thc ~",  Great Britain and other foreign countri^boupht and .0i,  URANBROOK BRANCH. .,     -    ���   Rjj^V"  -M  Practical Watchmaker and Jeweller  Special   line .of'Lak��   Superior Agate Wc,^  ,     - Brooches,   fondants and' 'Cluinnrf.  fJriccs strictly reasonable.  Moyie   Miners'   Union! All repairs guaranteed.  No. 71 W. F, of m;, :    !  Meets in McGregor hall every S��itur~j  iliiy'evenini:. Sojourning member*1  are rordiullv inviteil toatU'iul.  MaJcohu McNeill   - James Roberts  ,     inspection in\iii  [ Visitors we  Varied assortment of ^atcb��w, Clocks, Jewulei-v  "'    , , ���>  A'ictoiu'n St., ftmith.'..  el comej  and Hate;  HOyi E.  to have  his  backbone  taken out  i  j to enable him  'to   get ,his   boots'  ���off.���Es.  Reduced Rates to the Fair.  .tion of the .way the population ot  ,the place is increasing:  The  railroad companies' of  the  ���^      ���   v   ��� p .<f-c. ' Rnn    W   T' i -       -      ��� Inland -Empire,   local-and' trans  Fermo J'ree, I rs3s:    lion,   \v. j. , - -        > ,       . ��� .,    ' <.  Bo^er was ' presented . to" the I ^ **���W fg��� ^�� ^-or, continental, haye ' agreed to, give  .klnK:. Td'rclieve the fear, of our I J? ^ ^f^f New York and to, raws of a fare and a third for the  Conservative readers wc may say !fV. ^ "^ ��f >h"���^> Interstate Fair travel,this year, as  that the' presentation was merely f V the 4-^���?��� expositxon officials, in Wer yeai,; and have made  fo'nnal, and '"Napoleon" will be i ^ *" ^ toast entitled "Our anotlier eoncession -that will be  back in B.O. in due course.    "     JB^^e��dent.    , As soon as it appreciated^yu the   people   who    ^as     a9n0ll^'ed     Gov.    Hughes | Wiu g0 to the Spokane Fair, which'  opens  September ' 20.     The   rates  this year, instead of.applying, only  ;to the six days of the fair, will,go J  into effect on Saturday.September  ft < *  IS and be in effect until the Monday following the close of the,fair  September  27,- allowing travelers  j tlie'extra time to.ape^id ia resting:,  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL,  Harvey;    McCarter" &i  ,        i  Macdonald.r  |   Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  | Cranbrook.   -, -   B.' C.!  'A, "' ,   ���"jumped  to his. feet  and  reached  A man in Chicago contends that , .   ,       , <- > ..  -.,-. >   ���?        '     '"   ',"       his hand across  the table to con  gratulate Gov. Johnson. ,The Democrat returned, the 'compliment  with a broad smilo and admitted  that  his Republican brother-had  'the innocent bed bug is ono of the  best friends .we have. -He says:  rThe    truth     about    this     much  dispised creature is'that he is use  ��� i ��� -' - - i . , _    ' f ul els a warning against unclean!,,.     ,      , ."    ^   ., ,'    <-, .  T ���        -   ��� ���"�� ���   -. '_! "beaten .him to it."   This was only  ,,.������.->.A.-,..,=  ������ri   hi^  O'ciol.  audhisA        p   ���       , '��� .  bite are his notes'of warning. \ ���" ?,   "'' A     . "      "'r^-^outs  .     ���  ���     ��� ���   ,      ,'gracing   the   visit  of two  ofi fclie.l  x. ��� -..���  ' ���  , i OI,DJie!shopping or visiting friends.  ' bl��?ge?fc men in tlie country to the j ' -   This hotel is,   now under  new  , management, and .is first class  iii every respect.  TAYLOR,. &   BQNNEE,  1   PROPRIETORS.  Victoria Street.1 ' 'MOYIF.  THos. Summes  ; Cigars,   Tobacco,   Fruit  and  o       '       Coafeotionery.  '  ''Z~        '  ��� ".    ;  ,    TOYS., NO.TIU.VS ��� ETC.  Soiith   "Victoria . St.  m  WM  . i. ^  ��f  W.'FpGURD,   ,-'  KAKK1STKK. SOMCITOK, KTC.  cTraxbrook. '   -  DR.F. B. MILES,  DEICTIST.  ! Craiihrook, - B,  C. I  exposition.  Coming Events.  The people,of  British Columbia  wore always  aware  of   the  fact  that Premier McBride w'a-9 a good ,    ^.Jr ^}Bc shadow  of' the  great  mixer, but  now  his reputation is i ^cotfc>'-'   we  exclaimed upon read-  gaining a  wider  field.    Only last, lu2 fche headlines  of  The Spokes-1    Spokane    Interstate   Fair,   Sep-  Week   he    entertained   Governor ; man-Review    on , ^ronday���"The; temper 20th to 2J.  Johnson  of Minnesota, and John-1lid  is   tightly   pressed   down   at!     Westminster Fair, October 12th  sou  says  he found him the most, Preston."    We were feeling id our! to 16th-   '  delightful personality he ever'met.,' boi?nden duty to -how  the' spirit'     ^Tel3Qn Fair- Sept. 22, to 25th.   >���  | (no pun) of fraternity  aud invite'  ' Cranbrook Agricultural Society  There-election  of  Chas. Moyer  fche  thirsty  to visit  Movie Lake. I Pair' SePtember lith and 15tb'  T. T. McVltt.'e,C.E.,V  L.s.        11. Y.'p'ark'or, C  ' | Embalmrr.and Undertakur,  MCVJTTIE  &  PARKER ' Phone 9 '  G-eorge fi-Thompson'  , a\nKi.��Ti5ii.   Solicitor - r  x6tAdx.vbm.ib &c      -��� | J'arge assortment  of Gp-Carts.and Baby. Carriages I  CRAMJROOK.       British 'Columbia       ��� . ,        ,,   A*. -      ' ,   l  ^=iCranbrook    Co-Dperaffve  yy  1    *���   !  i\ *  *a1',\  '^y  ���aiJ  "lW. Ry BBATTY  CRANBROOK'  as pr jsident of the Western Federation of Miners is excellent evidence of the faith the rank and  1ile of the members of the organization have in him. There is a  marked difference today in the  -standing of Moyer as compared  with tnat of Haywood, the deposed secretary.  Again we call a ttention to the  fact that Moyio needs a better  lire   alarm.      AVhen   the   Lawlor  but our astigmatism disclosed the'     Vlccorla,a   Annual , Exhibition,  word "Wash."     Then  we  gulped l S8Ptembei' 20th to 23th'  down  our  emotions and dropped' Q "^r^��� ^bration, Labor Day,  .   ,     ,.    ��� ��� .  A ^   , I September Gth.  into the nearest liquid refreshment parlor and heartily drank to  you, Jay Jay, and hope that it  will be a long time ere Creston, B.  C, follows the drying j^rocess of  her "Wash." namesake.  Whites Replace Hindus.  The. supplanting of the Hindus  place was on   (ire  Tuesday   night | ^"^T.*  1Uver   milh   ne!lr  ,   ^       ,        . b   A ^ew Westminster  with   French-  many mistook the shouting of fire j Canadians f ,om Ontario and Que-  for tho hilarious shouting of those j bee will start this month. Twenty \  who   were   having   a   littlo  usual, families   will  be included   in   the.'j ,-,ar ,  SEND YOUK    WORK   TO   THE  KOOTENAY  STEAM  LAUNDRY.  Provincial Laxd Surveying ,  KAIL WAT   &   MINING    ENG1NEJKKINC  Estimates Furnished.  jlOFFJCES,  Fort Steele P. O. Box 23.  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.  Moyie  .'���i*f(  .   H.   G. GARRETT,  Solki-ioj:. Xotarev Prm.ic, Etc,  CRANBROOK.  At MOVIE, over Postoffice, Tues  day afternoon and Wednesday  morning every week. I  XELS0X  AH White Labor.  pay night jolificatiou.      It   ia   not   first   arrival��,   and   they  will be  right that Muyie should be so long fhOUSed   in ,-ea>deuees  put up  by'  without this fire alarm. ' *hec0l?V���y for its employees.  11,  - .  i1S fciie lutention of  tlio concern to '  a     ���v ,       ,, . .replace  all   of   it3  Asiatic   labor j  A good old west country, with white help, the association J  preacuer who had . -decided . to \ of .the latter being much prefera-  leave an unremuneraitive charge, \ ble t0 those of the Oriental, and  finding it im'possi'ble to collect his I m6rb satisfactory work is expect-  salary, said in his farewell sermon-j fd- 'fl"��?n them' Tjle mills !��'e  "r have1 little more to add! dear ^He ITnU^l ^ ^ f��* &  , ^'ethre,, save this:    You were a]i j ^ ^^^���**.  an favor of free salvation, and the  continued at preseu.t.  manner in which  you have treat-'  ed me proves that  you have  got!  it."  '��������� ���'������.  '-���."'.������; .   '���:   ..       ;  a- ��� j     A   gentle   reader    from   Hood  The C, i>. n. will build a tourist .rivef d?clares. that there1 is a man  hotel at a. point to be selected be ''" ^ t��^yn' e^en raeauet> than the  tu-een   Xkoa and  IWtor.    The'"0   Wh"    ru"s   an    ��Piaryj   and  company  will  see  the wisdom of j '.��t'bt, as noted  in   this  column a  erecting  a hotel   on   Moyie lake. !few  d&ys  aS��-     The  Hood river!  The C. P. A. have made a big yu(-: ,milV   at!Co��HiJ��   to   our    reader] I  ce,s  of their  hotels and (-,1t,.:;i,J,)a':gH   ^r0.,,nd    a    maP'��    8tiKar!  .  ,     . *��   fly   time   and!  fc'niti-; catches flies to  got  the .sugar off.  it a tf-joil ii'ji-tioii   their log?.���Port-land Ore/Ionian,     '  work with the    local agent  A, B.  STEWART  jiiuality.    Insist on having Moyie Beer,  BOTTLED AND DRAFT BEKR  0  As made by the present brewer is admittedly the ���  ./best Beer in East Kootenay. With the Be.-1 Mi 9  ' and the Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled for ���  i  A*  if  JULIUS  MUELLER, FRO?.  ��� I  I  I  I  9  9  9  9  ���(]  \a<  w  'ft:  ��  MOYIE    HOTEL.  P. F. JOHJVSTOJf     ,  SO   YEARS*  EXPERIENCE  "OLIVER"  $12.i.       EASY   PAYMENTS.  F. J. SMYTH  Agent  Moyie  The Meanest Man.  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anj-onn .senrtliiR a ako;c'h nnd description maf  quick y- iwrmrtuln our opinion r.-ee whother a/i  nvrmtlrm   s probably pi to,, tabl.;.' Co mn unicT  tkjtwstnct yoonfldentlol. Tlundlmolcon IWn��  sentirco. ()KI����t npency for ...curing imto��&  P��tontfli lafcon   through  Munn k Co  recS--  V'tctal notice, vllliout chnrco, in tho "  A Jianrts.nnnly lllnstralnd wpoiily.    J.mtrost clr,  rnlatiuii of any seientlflo Journal.    OVrina t:i a  MM 8c C0.3e'Bro.dway.^8Vy Vnyh  K^nch ow����   <&; V Si*-W��-i\lin n I'  ,      --       ..jtels and c-atei-iiiL'-        i ��� ,  '      . -"      ��� ^-"ifa   making   plant  to the toum-t travel.     It is  ryn\y to Jrtrjw c!i  R. H. DWYER,  ���lAVbKIlTAKKK       AM)  E.\fI.!AT,MER  Willi CO.orRKATTVE STOIJKS  CRAaVBltOOE, B. C.  "'BUY' YOUR  Cigars  Tobaccos  Fruit and  Confectionery  ��� This Hotel is New and well Furnished  Tie  :GENTLEMEN��� ���?        ��-ables are Supplied with the Best tbe  i I        Market affords. The Bar is Filled witfl  Jfyou w.'int a stylish, uPf        the��iest Brands of Liquors and Cigars,  to dale tailor made suit, call |  and inspect our ppriiv.roo,]. $ HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  before ordering elsouM.eVo.   ^]| ����rIB -       ?ND MINING MEK |iRiTI111IC0tr����� ,  We  guarantee all      ������<^������������������!^������M&�����o����������oo��flw����o������������������<'*#**  Our -Work.. ������    ,-:.-'l'  -���;������;������,'���������----���-, .-,. ':!.- ..a:...:...:/A:.:....:A-.a.---.i~^^  Cleaning;       repairing- and !����#��������������������.����@����������@*f��|  pressing done.  9  $  9  Prices Right.  G.AaFOOTE  ���',    Merchant Tailor.  MOYIE,  .General Cod tractors, Builders  and Repairers  Ksti ii) ates CI i ecrf u 1 ly Fn ni isluh!  FROM  A. B. Slewart  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy  9  f$8$^^  ^tjftfenawHBeaiagfa^^  .--'!��*',��� ^^ -i  ^.j^���^  UKSAUI.N'lEi:    J!i:<,<!,    t;,���H.  I^rgo Bamplo room in connection  with house for commercial men. Beat  of aicommodation.  Ilortdrpmrlera for   Com-  mcrcmUnd Mining Men.  Subscribe for the  ��%  l-il 1  t  i  i ���  1'  ti  t;  tl  ^\  a  ���a  a  T  a:  t\  ti  fi  it  ti  ii  t;  b  b  a  S;  <>  (  t  OS* Sr%  'I l/i'l'l  . '   i   ..A  ypi  *K  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  fjtr't'  0,000  0,000  Where Prohibition Fails -T^nln" secoud part* thus.,b^io���*. A^dai of the  IlecentlyV traveling umn saw "*  PrWteb��P  "^    *** hi9  this  name  on the  hotel register  and with  a  twinkle in his eye he  wioto beiieath it, "So have J."  i���T������^��f"~'-r  red  by  81  hi  ' iniiitt  4 fa  T��S'  In the August i'oar.son's Mnga-  ine the Kev. W. A. Wnpson deals  t I(;n<rth with the subject: "l?ro-  ibition, tho Obstacle to Heal  eforin." Mr. AVaason is a elergy-  i-man in tho Episcopal church, and  lys he has closely studied the  latter for years. He says in part-  "Prohibition necessarily fails bo-  tuse it makes no discrimination  'tween use ahd_a,buse. It arbi-  arily makes'a legal crime of an  :c which , is ' neither' wrong in  self nor contrary to the,, rights  id interests of society. Because  ;o or three men use' liquor to  |ibqcess, prohibition would compel  iimdred temperate men to fol-  v  the rule of total  abstinence.  Fighting Tuberculosis.  Ther  1 corner  te'     l  i-  *  5A  '  *���  L        *  ffiitWne man is lame, and therefore all  -i '���f'*   #%       i . .  ���& ' eliis neighbors must use crutches. -  .* - jwv . *        ���  *-*."��� W"- ^'-l'he lh e* of tho great majority  Kfc* ''are dull and monotonous The  ���proportion of pleasure and leisure  is meager and insufficient. This  is as, true of rural as of-urban life,  but,, it is' too largely true of the  masses everywhere. And whatever "will lighten aud brighten and  re is an exhibit in the  forestry building at the A.-Y.-P.  exposition that' is commanding  unusual attention, It U the exhibit of the international Typographical Union. The one distinct! ve.Jteature of this .exhibit is  the display of the Union Printers'  Home, of Colorado Springs, Colo.  In this display is shown a map of  the 'Home, where sick and disabled members ' of the International Typographical Union may  receive attonion free* of charge; a  model of tho form'of tent for con-  respects to the "rei'oriiu-d reform"  as follow.--: i  1   Thousands   of   dollars   will   be  saved annually by  the disuse  of  the simplified spelling.  It was the  continual     mixup    . and   eternal  change  that cost  so  much.   For  instance, the president would send  down a message   written  in hi.s  peculiar,    abbreviated, ' phonetic  style.    We would  have to  set it  up  as we got the copy.    In  due  time the message   would have to  be  printed  in  the Congressional  Record, and as, congress had passed a law prohibiting the expenditure of any nioney for the simplified spelliug, when  we put  it in  the Hecord  we  had to spell  the  words according to common usage.  So the messages had  to be set up  all  over  again, and  as President  Roosevelt, was  not at. all  stingy  with   his   communications,  there  j ' NIWE.  ,< i:\STinooK- i wit  nmnucr.  ni-Tiurr  nK-orrifKns imvi--i.i\, i:\-r k(i<.n;wv  i   _T.il.e noiuv    i)iat a;,..<   j,>j,u  c'lu-liol-n   <.P  '"�������i.puii-, JS. c, occujiaiion,   Cull-i-tor   of II.  M. l'ii��.tinn��, I-.iui-M.l^ tu ��|,.,lv f(), j^rn.i^noii  ii>  imr<;luis<' tnelo!lo��iiijf ilif-cnU'd limrU ���  ���  ('omiiu-iiciii/iitauuMii'HiitL'l about ;'ij mill'*.  from Our/.oi., )',. c.,\u a voutliv:l/ <lir��.��.)n  uu  (-���ttst Mdc of C. I'. I:   >t:,., tlicm-u iwisi .10 i hiimx-.  tliuncu soml. -10 cLa.i.s  tlicmc <_-,i*t ulmut 7 ,  flium, too.   p.  JL i;j; tliomu full.nuiiK mh.I  Hi'., 10 Plinnii ]jortherl\ to point of t-oinmuiK.i--  m.-iit, ajiiJc<ml��.liiiiiKlU,i..r(...of lainl more  or  i,A , t        -'"'A' *M>E'.l JOUS CillSIIOUI.  J'ttleJ June 7iii, I'.iijy.  I'uul Jluh'Ii, Aifrnt.  sumptivegou<5ed at the Home- was plenty of,-work of that sore to  charts showing the - amount of'|lje done.' Now, thank'goodness,  consumption among member'? 0f| ��II the spelling that comes to tlie  the union; and numerous pictures J,��^cts 1S alike.-*  of the consumption wards of the  Home'shospital. - A  IE  ! NO'i in-;.  (OKAVRTIOOK   LAND   ]HtTI>K;T.     DlaTlllPT  I o> mm- nuiii.v jjivr.-iox, iiAsr kuoi h say  j     Take noi,(.-c- tliat Albert Uari'liardt or Cui/ni,.  !'��� I.',Qf.ar-upatioR,    KiiiicIrt,   Jmcnrls lo n;>vl.v  j for nuniii^siou to  i.Uri'lia^u the follov, n-.,'*    i"-  'l ".��jib"il luiifl-.-��� .  |    ('oirimfciiejnKtit a pn^l plnnto'I eolith .��i.!e   of  O. P. li. ,"iv., about lj mill- in nn oa!,ti;.-I) ilirt-r-  / t.oii from Cur/ou ������latlon, lb.(-ti<-(> -o'lili J')  ii-haitss; Uionce wen ia t-himis; xhan^ \uinh  , al.(.nr.'5cliuljistoC. P. U. Itv; thwice fol).)��- '  . ins vuiJ Itv-., -IO cIibjij^ In mi i-n-teriy .lin-c-  ��� tlon to point of fominenccinuiit, iiuAoniaiiilii ���  J 140 acres of :��ntl, more or Ii'M.  f. ALaKitr ji.vKNirAiuvr  t  *." -sa,   ���   t    '      ti      t* ��� - t      'J'he^remainder of  the   tubercu-  cneer their lives without too great ,    .      p .,-^ uujoh.u  .,. .���      ,., ,.,    n iosis exhibit  ^sacrifice will not bo readily sur-  rendered   in    the   interest" of   a  questionable   moral   reform.      If  at the exposition consists of scores of 'placards,' giving  pertinent advice.4 -The''placards  announce   some    startling   . facts  . .    ,       ., .,,       ,.   ., .relative  to consumption, such as  openly,  they  will  get  it surrep-L,     ~c ,,      . ' -  >.v> -  . -. ... l   ! the following- p        ���<    <  ,One-third  of all the  deaths  of  men ' cannot .get    this   pleasuie  Our first aim is td' sell real estate in  We have unbounded confidence in the  and believe you will make no mistake,  ing-,property here.,.  [ Dalid June Otli, 190"J  Moyie  place,  in buy  <���     NOTICE  We "can print for you ,  iges  es  %  9  9  9  ��  ��� I  I  I  9  9  9  9  9  9  *#  1 titiously,'and-even if  it'could "be  taken  from them  by force, they  c    would resort to substitutes which,  in",'all  likelihood,, would   bo*' far  ,'    more injurious.  ,The saloon exists  *   ��� because-there is a demand   for, it.  1 ^.'prohibitory law certainly - docs  not-remove this demand.    It does  * ** not eradicate  the-, social. instinct  r '   and- the  desire  to  drink 'that lie ;  ,^, back of the demand.     In short,0it  *�� does  not  destroy a  single oneoof  7 ^4.t��e elements  that constitute.'the  '���xlife and power of ,tho- ,saloon.    It  i^ &does not introduce  into the com-  ''Immunity a'siugle element that acts  h *^as an antidote for the saloon. 'The  Jfi^fwhole root of this  institution re-  jmains  in  the  community,intact,  lundisturbed and vigorous.' Under  fethesb circumstance* it is inevitable  Ibliat ,the  saloon, in .oneA'orm or  pinother, will continue to serve its  ss^ ^customers.  iu  "'Administering Anaesthetics.  *-  "���   Two   weeks    ago   the    deneral  ^r ^Medical  Council opened  its  S9th  S Isession in London, and in the dis-  %f Icussiou which followed, the  que.-,-  14  jr|tion arose as to whether it was ex-  T^l'pedient, in   the  interests  of   the  ** -fpublic, that dentists who  had  no  ���   Special        medical       qualificition  ��r^hould be debarred from   admnis-  T^piering an anaesthetic.      It  is  not  *J[tho first time  that   the   question  |has been before" the   public,   and  Ifio serious ia the matter   consider-  ^f-ed in some quartern   that   a   bill  "^Iwas   lately   introduced   iuto   the  [British Parliament,  dealing   with  "Mthe subject.     That   iustances   do  joccur from time to time of  death  j$f following the giving of au   anaesthetic no one' will  deny.      Up  to  1"| the present, however, the  profession in Kngland   has  itsolf  taken  $ action in such cases,  and brought  (j, tho offender to book.   The various  i�� medical,bodies who have hitherto  ��l heed entrusted with tho  granting  *$   oC licences   to   administer  annes-  ���^ thetics havo done their utmost  to  '��  ensuro that  tho  poison   thus  on-  < ilisted has received the  requisite  practical instruction.     Tho   question,  however,   arises,   can   anything moro be done   to safeguard  the  patient?     Hitherto,  in  cases  when the   patient has   unfortunately suffered at the hands  oi an  ���anaesthetist,  tho  profession   ha?,  a-, it wero,  been  the  prosecutor.  This, of   course,    entails   a   large  evpense.    Despite .this,., however,  the General Medical council  came  to   tho  conclusion   that   it   was  fully competent to,deal  with   the  matter, and that no fresh- legislation was required.    And for  this  '(Mson; that even  greater precautionary measures, were  about to  be enforced to  ensure  that  none  hut  thoroughly    competent   men  -hould be  allowed  to  administer  'in anaesthetic.      This  is  highly  'i.itisfaetory.    l>uc  the  very  fact  A tho iMedieal council having  de-  1 "led upon   still   further   precautionary moasiiros indicate that in-  Miflicient tare baa   beon   taken   in  Ll'o past.  persons between the -aires of 20  and tu are caused by consumption.  Nearly' threonines as many  1 ndians and twice as many negroes  ���as whites die of consumption.  The number of', deaths .from  tuberculosis ih one year is as great  as that caused by yellow fever  uu 115 years.  . Nearly, three times as' many  persons in' the'United'States have  succumbed 'to consumption,in,the  last four years,'as 'died in battle  during the four-years of the death  dealing civil war. ,      ''  The entire exhibit,'installed-by  the state board of health,' is calculated to impress upon exposition  visitors the facts that consumption Ls curable if l taken- in time,  that it may be avoided by keep-  iug ,in<-gbod. liealth, living in a  sanitary manner, and not coining  in contact witli the spifcum of in-.1  fected persons.' ���    '        ��� '       l i  Letterheads, Envelopes, Memo  .   - r Forms.  I  Bills of  Fare,  Invoices, 'Business  .   '' Cards,  Everything in fact,  Fruit lands in tne vicinity of Creston are prov  ing a winner.   The fruit'grown' en these" lands ;  is .the best possible evidence of the fertility  of j  the soil,   I have maps1 and will, be  pleased to  quote prices. .   .,.  �� ''   ���  ;ci>.\.vriiiooic 'i.vsu iustiiict, ' nisTiucr  ���OKsOI-rilKltXUlVIdlo.V KA.ST KOol KN.VV  Take notice that I'aulJensen of Cur/.on, li 0.,  iocp^pallon, Jifluplier. intends- to applv fur per-  | mission to puruuisu tnu followln- "dtscrlbi'd  . lands:���  Coinmenpms   at a   post  l.lautod  about   10  } chains fiom Cur/.Ui :n aso'jtherl/iliri'ptl.m on  ! north side of Moyiu rnvi-thc'iic'i; i'ouih lOc-linins; ,  ��� tlicrip.. ,i-r'st TOpliaiHs/t'iuupo.siorth, about ^'0 '  j Pbaiiis ,i0 MinitJ river. Ilicucc follon-lut;  Mo\',ir'"  river, in au enstcilv  dlruction tojinintof pninl"  j mencuiiieii t and  contaium- U.o, a'cu-s of laud  , more or less. '        r       .  ('��  Unted June Sth, ir<ia.  I'A'UI. JliXSEX,  T  -As cheaply, neatly and quickly  NOTU'K  CKAN-BOOOK LAND , DISTRICT ' DNTPIfT  OF SOUTHKRX DIVISION' K \ir KOOTEXAy.  TAKESOTIOK that 'itobert Camhbull of  .Movie, B. C. occupation, Merpliant. intends to  apply for permission to umchase the follow-in.'  described lands- "  Commencing at'a pos: planted on tlio west'  .boundary of ( Lot Xo. 2J7.1, r be nee wesi 20  chains; thence .south .10 chains; thence east 20  ebaiusmoreorlessto the South Viest "corner  Of Lot Xo.2S73.vthpnee North alon's west boundary of Lot Xo. 237.-. to place of commencement,  containing CO acres more or, less.   , ���  ' DATEDPMay 31 st, 33Q9.  ROBERT CAMPBELL  c i  As anyone else.  "Reformed"   Spelling   Relegated.!  I am handling several tracts of land -in North  Vancouver: Recently,! made a personal in1  spection of these"lots and can recommend  , them as represented. Several of,'these can be  sold for,QQ&o, each. . First jp^s^^^^'nt. r <ko.Fi hoi.  anceto be paid at $10 a mouth. A ��lan of.  North Vancouver at this rofflce.  Simplified spelling has been rei:  Call us up by  telephone and  egated to fche ".things we wot not  of," so far as the government  printing office at Washington is  concerned. The Tafc administration saw no particular merit in  the reformed spelliug, and the  printery is now completely "thru"]  with  the  innovation   established I  we  will send around; or if you  prefer call on us  AND1  CURED  ^eats,  titter.'  & GO  The Aloyie Leader,  '.{-������  South African War Script is always a good buy. I have a  script for sale. Call in and I shall be pleased to quote you  a price.  Limited.  , MOYIE, B..C.  i.  O. F.DIAAA-LAJE.R  DBAIER  IN"  / #  Ijji  tv  <,  a  i   1,  '   ff  J,  i  it  A Confessional Name.  A Wt  estoru town holds a citizen  ]vlioao   name  is    Isaac   .It,  1 nil.     ]n w  is    Isaac   lidiijamm  'ritinjr it he i'roquontly  ^<.s the first initial and the nick-  '/���>  PJlOirrT DELIVERY.  Several houses in good  locations, andj tho best   of  terms! Queens'Ave.       MOYIE  can be arranged.  The Man With  .The'.millstQrie is lack of  special training. It holds  one man'down to hard work  and small wages whilo  others, properly trained,-go  ahead. But1 every man and  woman who is laboring  under such * burden can  easily rise to a better position and increased earnings  ' and]!can fiud out how for  the itskiug.  To find out how, simply  ' write the I. G. S., stating  the position you wish to,  gain. In return, an institution with 17 years of successful experience in training thousands of others for  advancement will tell you  how it can fit YOU for a  better-paying position. No  risk to run. No books to  buy. Isn't such a chance  for advancement worth this  much to you f  INTERNATIONAL  CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS  Box 799, Scraoton, P*.  I have a good list of houses in Moyie which I look aftei  Sometimes one or two arc vacant. No harm to make enquiry if you,arc looking for a house.  >*    ��**  The Air Aristocratic  is what young men are keen for.  ���jj Correct dress- helps a lot to achieve  ,it... -^���-'..      '. '   ,   A ���   .  ^ Well made clothes arc sold  everywhere.  ^|> Well Sly led Clothes are as rare as  j. W. BENNETT  Calls  P.O. Box 93,   Fernie, B. 0  at Movie evey month.  White Blackbirds.  Fire insurance is an'absolute,necessity,  and anyone hold- ' J 4 We stake everything on  ing.property should have it amply protected,   ,1  represent] Style *  three   ot  the   best  board   companies,  tho'Canadian, Abel Distinction  Norwich Union and the Sovereign. Good Form  that's what makes Mail Attire Clothes  supreme in favor of the young men.  q TailoredAo order_from $ I 2to$30.  4% Money back for any reason.  Box 4.  MOYIE  Phone H'  I      On sale by  J.*W. FITCH  I" r,'il  ',��� i��".  ���    *j  : < r  i  -  ., i  i1.  -      ��l*  ,1.1   >^ t\T  .    .-;.'r,  ���*,. fc-  ��� { r-.'-..  I  .->, -*:  1.   ;t  ���   <i f irt\  'i %--.\';'rl  W   rtK.    1-   - I  ' i'��,v 7. ii  , Vft. I  -y'-iii xl  Si''*,->_',�����;! I  ���wjr'<^sjA.f  ',^aa&  Ak#-#a  r  (k.'l  .  .li  f.��.  itA^i.jj, a-.*, I  (!��� < 'k-..'* I  '1'. |i( " <fM*j|  J  'X  ,/r5K  -���P.V  ,, .A ,- st"  u<.  <?,-< --a|  .-. ����� .^  > ..A'1".!  'ft?:  ;*/.' --'-Ai  i���i, .'3t>..- --. :m  -������t-tt'.rA'iB  ���v ,,i,i-ij.'8?-*a^f  r-'M'tym,  . ��� -i -vy."^!  Sit  , i\,^!*il  �����    "   ''. "'  ;v' '.. Al  a. -. * \  J     l.-v  >' ��  i  .      l -    V  ,!AA  ~? y i.-'ijt  ���';f&*y.   *J ���I- mw *  "���    'fliE I.E-ADKR',  movie. i*msrr columbta.  .flip!  mm*1-*  ^sssa^ju&saiiA^^ ^f^ff^  Made from cream of tartar derived  solely from grapes, the most delicious arid healthful of all fruit acids..  B'ml '  E��5      t  fcmiMPmia  *'  j i  Head Shaving Dearer.   At the Cftrirches.  Phi  a,  3?.-: *r-  f-lfe'  ��  )   I  6*>S  ^;b  Mr!!  ��flf.  Barb9rs .in   Chinatown  in  Sau  Francisco have raised the price for  shaving heads from 25 to 33 cents  ' ' and the Chinese herb doctors hive  'y  increased their fees from 25 to.��0  ;'* 'cents.   The result is .almost a rev-  olution in the Celestial quarter, as  a' Chinesercannot shave' his own  ,"  head and every,Chinaman regard*  .herbtsiking at regular intervals as  a guard against sickness.    Several  :    scores of barber shops are scattered through Chinatown and all do  .   'a   ',flourishing,  business,   as; ��� the_  - Celesta1 hea^ mn?^ ba -sha^ed  ' every' day to keep up proper ap-  y .    ���"   : i.      - i" -  pearances..    -  1   The,bttrbers also clean the ears  " an^jtrim the eyebrows. -. The bar-  �� ^rs','declare that the high prices  of food.and the excessive rents  ,'compel them to make an advance  l' 'iii thetiine-honored price'of "two  bits." ,'The   herb   doctors claim  that they have been underpaid for  ' years and they ci te the fees of. the  white doctors as-proot that at 50  cents their prescriptions are very  cheap.       '��� ���  ' ' The dead walls of Chiuatown  are  flaming  with red posters at-  ' tacking  the- bavJaer.s and doctors  for* a'dyanciug   their prices,*' but  'these lampoons have had no effect.  - v     ". .    ' ,   *', '    '     " i   '    -   '  Lucky Phoenix Resident,   p  - ',..<-  , Phoenix Pioneer: The eyes of  the continent may be said to be  fixed on Vancouver, which today  gives promise of becoming tlie  Liverpool of the Pacific coast. To  be the owner of, forty acres of  choice. property bordering on the  city limits of North Vancouver  may well be the envy of both the  capitalist and the real estate  vendor,- and to have become possessor of such acreage, almost by  aecident, for the nominal disburse-  i  ment of $100 gives an idea of the  hidden fortunes which lie in wait  for those born under the lucky  t-tar.  Whether     .John     Pickthnl    of  Phoenix was really born  under a  lucky star or not, the Pioneer files  do   not  state, though evidence is  rather conclusive.   Fourteen years:  ago l>]v. Pickthal loaned a friend  SrO0_, who later gave Mr. Pickthal  a deed of  4.0 acres of  land in lieu  of the   cash." The  land  ia in the  Capalino  district  of  North Vancouver,   and   the   growth   of   the  city must soon force the property"  ^o become city lots.    Mr. Pickthal |  lias   been    besieged    with   fancy  olTera   for   bin   holding, and   only  thi-s   week   refused   an    offer   of  8-10,000 from   a Vancouver realty  firm,    lint he is too optomistic of  North  Vancouver's future to part  with his holding at present.  CATHOLIC     CHITRCH  .  There will be the regular morning and evening services   Sunday.  Morning services   at   10   o'clock.  Evening services at 7:30   o'clock.  -     FATHER h:' BECK,  ��� ' (Priest.)  qyj,'RCH OP  ENGLAND.  Divine Service will be held  every Monday in the Presbyterian  church at S p. tn.  PHILIP C HAYMAN,   ,  -(Vicar.)  .     "METHODIST   CIICRC'IT ���  Morning service. 11 o'clock'.  Sunday school, 3, o'clock. Evening service, 7:30 o'clock. .^Morning subject, . "Paul' at Ephesus.",  Evening subject, "How much,  then, 'is a man better than a  sheep?" Duett by Mrs. ��� Calder  and -Mrs. Atwood. -'  ' Rev!'J.' W. MILLER, B. A.  Paste jr.)  ' rUESBYTERIANT     CHURCH.*  Services on Sunday at 11 as m  and 7:30 p. m. Morning subject)  '���Called to_be "Witnesses." Evening subject, ' "An Aspect1 of'the  Cross." Mr. tPaton_. will sing.  "Bury' Thy Sorrow.'" Sunday  school at 2-30 p.,m. All are cor-  diallv invited to attend.  r T/sr'PATOV,  (Pastor.)  "Move On"-At Last.  In no other western city have  laofers been suffered to .congregate on the' principal street corners as they have long been in  Spokane. But at last the police  have awakened to the fact that  the presence of hundreds of idle  men ou the corners of Howard  and Riverside are a nuisance and  a "move on" man has been stationed to break up tho crowds.  NOTICE POll TENDERS.  In tlie Coal Fields.  m.  fifes  IS  Mm: i  H  #Afr   *'  if  It *.  jj�� J(t ...  *VAl��� f�� .  AI, iv,ili k i  ^'fuAii K* i  The Crow's  Nest Pass . District  ol; Alberta 'and  British 'Columbia  is yearly   showing   itself   as   'the  source of-the v/prld'.s greatest soft  coal supply!   /Each   season   sens  one or more coal veins ppeued  up  and, worked by mining  companies  to a profit.      The increasing  tonnage   or"   the   railroads   entering  what is commonly known as _T.hu  Crow'.', amply   evidences   the   in-  et'easing   output    of   the   mines.  This rush for coal  will  iio doubt  be redoubled when the"tariff, now  before tlie U. Si. (JovernmenK goes  into effect, and   the  opportunity  So get coal is   open   to' all     the  A'uerican   transcon��inential   rail-'  lAud-j    a-s    well   as' the  Canadian  Oines^now   being   biuit.      Certain  it i* that the railroad,? must havo  uoal, and, therefore activity iu rail-1  iv��ad (.'.onsfcruction to tlio mines  of  the Crow's Nent District must  l ��� t- ' ;.-���      .,      :  -'��������n-'B.��aca v.of*:".  in-  TAKE NOTICE that the undersigned Assignee, through his  Solicitors, Messrs Harvey, McCarter  A Macdonald, of  Cranbrook,  will  receive  tenders  for  the  stock-in  trade and fixtures   of  the  Moyie  Rochdale    Co-operative    Association, Limited, on or before 5 p. m,  on the   LOth day of August, A. D.  1009.    Parties, desiring  to  tender  ou the   said   stock   and   fixtures  shall accompany their tender with  an accepted   cheque   for   20   per  cent    of   the   amount   tendered.  The  Assignee   shall,   upon   receiving   tenders,  have  the  right  to decide whether he shall  accept  any tender in the interest  of  the  estate or refuse same and in  the  event of refusing, to  sell  en bloc,  shall dispose of the stock in trade  and fixtures by retail and the  accepted    checques   on  unaccepted  tenders will be at  once   returned  to the parties offering  same   and  in the event of the (assignee not  accepting any tender the ehecque  of  the  highest bidder   will  also  be returned..  All tenders are to be addressed,  marked "Tender for Moyie Rochdale1 S.tock," to Messrs Harvey,  McCart��r & Macdonald, Craubrook, B. C.  Dated at Cranbrook,'15.   O.  this  2nd day of August, A- D. 1009.  12. B. McDKRMlD,  Nelson, li. A  Assignee,  by Harvey, McCarter 1*  Macdonald, hig Solicitors.  LOCAL ASSAYS |  T,his 19 paydas' at tho Aurora.  Miners' Union meeting tonight.  Geo. Powell was up from Cran-  'brook Wednesday.,  Geo. Cotton and wife have returned to Rossland.  Oswall McDougall was down to  Craubrook Wednesday.  Jack Douohue came home from  theno'spical yestsrday.  House for rent. See F. J.'  Smyth.  '   Martin    Morrell   and   wife left  Wednesday for Rossland.    ���  W. IL Wilson, the' Craubrook  jpweler, was in town Tuesday.  }�� yau iwanta first  grade   Stetson hat call at the Daylight Ste ire.  Miss Walker of Spokane is  here  on a visit with' Mr.   and Mrs.   M.  J? Gill.    ' - '      "  G. O. Buchanan, government  distributor of the lead bounty,  was ia Moyie Tuesday. -  FOR SALE���Folding ��� bed .com-'  plete. Apply to Mrs. Loiiier.  , J. 'L. 'Gibbons has ��� moved his  family up from, his ranch in the  Moyie valley, and they will' remain in Moyie for the winter.  . F. IJ. Sh'eppard, chief inspector  of mi&es, was in town this week  with Thos. Morgan, the district  inspector.       ��� . - < ,,  Bob. Colter is home from the  Blairinore springs-, but is still unable to ,work- on account of  rheum afipen.  ( '     ���    '  Mrs. B.' E. Taylor and son , Cecil  left (i^edndesday' \ for Fernie,  where they will remain for a  month or more. '   -    '  Ed Taylor, Wm. Kydd and, T.  D. Evans left' Wednesday ,-for  Seattle to take in the A.-Y.-P.  exposition.  F. B. Hawthorne was here this  week to rustle some orders for hi9  firm and also to hand out a few  new stories that he has on tap.  11. H. Stewart, general superintendent of Consolidated company,  was ' over here? from - Rossland  most of'the week.'   ,  J. S. Harcnett,' a tourist printer,  andta good onei was in town ' dur-  fufa- the week- and puc in a' couple  of days working in the. Leader,  ofiice.  Nicely furninh Bd rooms for reg-  ularsj. Restaura.nt in connection.  OverGwynne's ntore <  Claude Cobb a nd wife are leaving tpday for Seattle. They will  take, in the fair a.nd will then go  to their old home- in Foster, Missouri  RANTED��� Every woman to  kno\y the corafo rt and the satis-  factipn- which Spirella corsets  give.    Apply, Mirs. Ben 33rosseau.  Sid Fleming,-a mill man at the  St. Eugene, hits taken a layoff and  is up around Cf.lgary and Edmonton looking after.a land deal. '  This was a good payday for  everyone, and collections in all  lines.were goc<d. The town' was  very orderly and there were no  arrests.  Three Mo yie men went before a  local J. P. t' \e day before payday  and had tl lemselves officially "si-  washed." Any one selling or giving liquor to these men will be  vigorously prosecuted  Mrs. J. L'��arbyshire and Mrs. Dr.  Henderson of Crestou spent a day  off in Moyie and were guests at  the Central hotel. Mrs. Darby-  shire prior to hei marriage was  Miss Moore, and wa3 a teacher, iu  the Moyie school.  M r. and Mrs. P. G. Routh came  up from Cranbrook Tuesday and  w.ill rem-iin in Moyie for a short  time. Mr. a Routh has not yet  fully recovered from the accident  with which he met several months  ago, wb en his ankle was fractured.  The five month's old child of  Mr. and Mrs! Cox died last Sunday and was buried Monday in  the Mo yie cemetery, Mr. Paton  officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Cox  live just south of the St. Eugene  concen traitor. ii  Next Wednesday evening the  Epwortb. League will be favored  with an interesting account of  missionary work on the sea-  coast of Labrador. Miss Pyke  has spent some time on that dangerous and stormy coast as a  missionary to these people. She  will toll of her work. Don't fa.il  to cc^me out.  The prettiest patterns, in gents'  ties can ba seen   at  the  Daylight  I Store.       "      . ��� A".  Oa��a^^^4a^^  &  W  W  W  vi/  " p. J, DOWNER  Builder   &  Contractor  Kstiinates given.  MOYIE,  B. O.  C S. KIME.  Painte'p.   pape  Hanger, arid  ,D e o o r a t o r  Excursion Rates  Moyie,- - ���  j i ven'  B.C.  MOYIE  TO  Seattle  $25.00  Improved, partly   improved and umm- ^  proved fruit lands in blocks from 5 acres,^'  up for sale. Also one and five acre blocks ;  into'wnsite.   Town lots and  houses,and;  lots.     , ' ' ."��� -   .  /ft '      '  ylv      ���       . ' "For"farther particulars apply to  ^'OKELL, YOUNS & CO.'   , Creston, B:  Or to   F. J. SMYTH, local agent.  %  .SI?  CPSI?  'SI?  CoiTOspoiidinir raiojj  i   ' *" ' ' .  Othbr points  MOYIE  BOAT  HOUSE-  - 'Boats  for    hire  \)y ������  tliq, Hour,  Da'v, ,<\r'  ' Wofck at  rcaspnablc  prices.  Canoes, Peterboroiighs  ,   , ' "and  Skiffs.  rom  Tickets on sale daily, May 29th  to Oct.   14{h.  1 , it  Final return limit J 5 days> but  j"  not later than Oct 151st.  Liberal   Stopovers   Allow&l,  *\.^  k>  Short Order  BILL ok FARE  .COMMERCIAL  RESTUARANT ,  ,<      DOMESTIC FO.WL. '  Half Spring Chicken'.....".:  .75  Whole Spring Chicken  1.50  Roast Turk e'v     ^  .75  Duck J J.  .60  v '      POTATOES.  French Fry   -   10  German 'Fry l���_  10  Lvoniiaise A  " 1 ^  Shoe String c '  10  Hash   Brown........   ..'. J  .10  Saratoga Chips..: ..-.  10j  ' ,   ?   ../    SANDWICHES.    -  Caviar _ .'.   Ham and Egg   Ham i   Cheese,   10  Roast Be'efji'.: "'ii. "....'....'. ,.  1(>  Chicken 25  Turkey  ' '"        ' 25  C!ub House   20  METAL   MARKE-  New YqiiK--l>ar silver, i31 , ct��  I^ead ��Ri~, ��� Copper, \\\ cm  '   Loxnox���Lead ��lii, lis Gd  Stock Quotations':  Fl-bsisiikd Bv UK.VI.EA   ELW'KLl..  Aurora t  Con��ollrlnt(.(l Smelters  Cun. OoWQelils  Craiibrdkik Kire Brick.  North Stiu-  Pocu>ty Girl  bid  7T.W  A��V.-��1  ���J"p  Im  1.10  {���>  For complete, imformntiou apply  to Agents, or "writo  . ���'.-'    J. E'pnocTorr, ������  ���    '' --D.P.' A., Calgary  GEO. ROUTH, Maf.  STOP AT TifE  COSMOPOLITAN  ,- HoTEIj.  , .-'< , ,"       ^v'IIE^^ in ���-  ��� J 'y, o    crAnbro'qk  E. n. SXLAJaL, Jlnoncr, .    '  ��    i ���     .' \  Good room!, good ubk-$ mid bar  and   firet ol��.^S Bftinjtlfl roo-ns.  Fruit, Confectionery, Smokers'?Goods.  ,Iull  Line   of   Stationery   and Fresh  ' .���'    . ,; Pruit iii Season,  Special  A Diamond Point Fountain Pen . and , a   $1000 MM.;nt  A*   , Jijsurancc l'o'licy. all for $'2.GO     <-  St.   Joseph's-  Convent.  CCLD MEATS.   "  Roast  He'ef :    25  Roast Pork         25  Roast Mutton ) '.'.     25  Chicken                   ! 50  Turkey " 1 :     50  Tea,<> Coffee,   Milk'i or   Cocoa,   Potatoes  with ail" Meat Orders. .  Shredded Wheat with Milk, L . .    10  Shredded Wheat with Cream  a-20  Force with Milk ��� I     15  ' KELSON, B. C. i  hoarding arid iJ.ty School  condnct-  40\e<\ hy Uio Sisters of St. Joseph, Xelaon  25! 13.   C.     Commercinl    and - businese  10  courses a sgecialty.    Excellence  and  swift   progrfiss   charactehize   each   do  partment,   Parents  eliould   write-  for  particulars.    One month  assures   the  public ihe   thoroughness   of   the i  Sisters' methods of teaching: Terms  commence Janu.iry, April and Sept  Pupils are admitted duriuc tern).  ���SiF  I  R;-Av SMITH ���-.-  " "'   '    MOYIE.  PostofRce   Block  jy v5��.->>.'S��. ^.������<>-j>.-?v-s^-^-^^-^s->fc. s> a- a> ���'?������ ���>��� *S> ���>,-^'-2ti �����&�� %  Wm. Jewell  Force with Cream. _ L  Porridge with Milk].  Porridge with Cream  20 i  15!  20 I  Half,Frv  Half Stew,  Half Raw   Hoston Stew   Ov.ster Cocl:tail  OYSTERS.  X  -" r  50  :r::::  50i  50!  15  Hot Cakes with Maple Sjiup, 15c.  steLks.  i. i  Porterhouse Steak (louble)  1.25  Porterhouse Steak    ' 75  T-Rone Steak ���..A." 50  Tenderloin ]* 60  Top Sirloin Steak  40  Sirloin Steak      35  Plain Steak.....[_,. ".'.'."iii'.i'.'.." 25  Hamburg Steak .'.".".]" 25  Pork   Chops ".'.ii'.'.'.".'. 30  Mutton C1io;h ""." " .'" ii...... 35  Lamb Chops        "     .)()  Veal Chops        "            " 3.5  Veal Cutlets       "           3,5  Pork Sausages .[..... '  25  Club House Sausages                    25  Smothered Onions AA" 10  Mushrooms..                       20  Express and General Delivery Busi-  ness. Livery , and  Feed Stable.  WOOD   AND;  COAL  For S,ale  Leave Orders at  Owynne's Store.  Moyie, iJritish coaimbia  w  \��>  vi/  \V  f  w  v��>  viz  r. 0. liox sio  IMIONK.  East Kootenay Bottling Co.  Cranbrook,  B. C. ��    ,  Manufacturers of all kiiuls of carl>onalul  beverages. AVe spare no expense to lu��\v  our croods tlio best on the-market.  There_are  others,   But!  H  \\l  \\l  \\l  \\l  \\l  ill  \\i  \i/  \��  \\f  \<?  M,"  \\'f  French Peas" .' ._".A\_... .A_".A*.A    30  EGGS.  Bacon and E^ijs  Ham and IC^vfi  I'ned Jiggs   yyyyiyiji'yy.  Poached E^'s ��� ���'"  ���'  Poached on ToastA]":^"^  OMEI/ETS.  Plain Omelet :........  Onion Omelet'"""""  Cheese Omelet ""���"   Rum Omelet.   " ""  Spanish ���Omelet""'"'""  Jelly Omelet      " '���""  Oyster Omelet  Ham Omelet  Welch Rart-ljit T   30  30  25  25  30  30  35  30  The Waive  Icecream Parlor.  NOW   OPEN  Drewry Building,  MIIS. L. A. HORNE, L*lop.  at  4  *��i  l-j  I.  **�����  t..  Remember the Sign  At The Little Grocery Store  1* ^  ytrietly J'Yush  J-'resh EpK*  JllSt   I'.iXHf  '���'Kgs  -  -Id CCIlW  . .".,' cents  10 flMltS  Dr. H. E.   HALL  DENTIST  4" The? Expert Crown   and  Bridge  40 ......  35  40  35  33  Halibut.  Salmon  PISH.  TOASTS.  Buttered  Toast  Dry Toast.;.  Milk  Toast       ]  Cream Toast  "  French Toast  SALADS.  Lobster Salad  Shrimp Salad  Chicken Sala<  H.   A.   ROT RAM  25  30  10  '5  20  20  25  2.1)  25  25  Worker.  Ofiice over Mr.  Wall       Paper  Armstrong Ave.,  Short's  Store  Cranbrook  Slab Wood  For Sale1  Would jou lie  the tin ' eiit c^i:  it's the  1-.1RST  1   n.;'.i  iti-.ii''1  .V��'     ���*  ,mi. wtli   .sTRlC'li  JM.RST   ..:..C!vASS...   \i*V'-1*-  AND JHST RANGKS.  ���   Altai'-!-1  we offer you'tlK-   ����^ �����,'"lrr"  Shsk-  liiosl  clical     raiwi-  .011  tin  ;il    ItHl"'"^'  and     praci  l'narkel.  A ranKC wiLli K.eal   ���- ���       ,  nient^thatari-lmpr^em^'-rl  Kcl!,at   ,1oc.h_       _    .^^  .'in5  till  Just as it is the Union Jack on  tlie waving but  n-atcHt flag 011 earth. So tlie imprint of MiClao' ���-  I makes it superior to.any other make of similar goods  if s<m have been using :>.'Just Eggs" quit now aiul  I your, order.  not   i"'1'1  A niiiise.tiiiu   >'"V  coat,   of blaA b'ad cv.-:  ly,,blIto���ethatw,I!l.|^  polish   for  mo..tli��,  .in<  Liking :uul  cooking   <.-'���"  unstirpassi-d.  1 ,. ���  it  t!l  ting that WW-  on   ���'  .41  M  M  v Sh,  r;iI!KL'E  name  ���niie  ���iih  E L  SSSSgsssjttffiBiagaBaaggTOi^  m=M��mm  Cliamlierlaiira yZ2%hf���Z?mX  Never fails-   JJiiy it now.   Jl may tuvc life.  11" ii��Mih'i .��� ^TTTIjm  Slabs, cut to lc.nj;tl],  $2.50 per load,  delivered.  Portq Rico Lumber  CRANBROOK,  fAO,  At  $1  It  Vf.


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