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The Moyie Leader Aug 19, 1910

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Array w  Do your eyes bother \*ou?  Consult-W.  II. Wilson,  of    Cranbrook    and gel  satisfaction.  Creston Fruit   Land  *>        GENERAL, FLOAT  .Some bedrock prices are offered.    Come"in and  ,    ' ^et'figures.    Prices cut'iu'two,  4��  tt>  n, ^.^.-��_... . ���,  m  Hotel Wiped Oat  Creston lias a  this year.  big tomato  crop  ���E. J. SMYTH  TiOX 4  MOVIE  Phone U  Hazelwood Ice Cream  i ,     - , ,   ��� > ] ' , -, .    '  '    You will fiitdybur friends.ai Gwyiuic's where the' best  cream iu town is to be lin'd.   ���'',,"' ' '  ',' , V -,   * '  Gwy line's Hazelwood Parlor  There are 20,000 water taps iu  the city of .Spokane.  , Work will be commenced on tlie  new G. P. It. hotel nt Unlfour at  once. .    '  The Creston Review lias entered  upon tlio tluI'd year of its publication.  I        LOCAL ASSAYS ,  W  Damage to the extent of'.several  thousand dollars was caused by a  Ore which completely gutted tlie  Cosmopolitan hotel here early  Sunday morning.,Xhe fire started  shortly ai'tei"  midnight  and  was I brook tlie first of the wouk.  0/ ��<��, ��t>    W  Oscar   Koske  has.  returned [to ifi)  Moyie.     ,     ���" '   \f/  Mike'Campbell is  up  from  his i j'c    n  farm in Montana. , '��� ���   |\g   1500100111  ', Mrs. Uen Bros.oeau was in Gran  as  <*     ���r  f.  *%  , In ,many r, places ' there is no  water in the bod of the upper Mo,;  yio river.  ' .  ' ��� i '  A barber shop has been opened  in   the  Cosmopolitan    hotel   ,at  tlranbrook. '        '!.  High  Grade Tea and Coffee  \ -. - "     -'- . '.   ��� t      ,' ,  We arc ricrcnta for the famous  * i ��yy y -   . j  ^  I  './50c. a  , m    '...  '  Get', tlie habit,   ' .Go to",  CROWE BROS. & CO.  It is estimated that the' recent  fire in Phoenix'did 8130,000 woitk  of damage.       p , ��i   , .    '<���  '  *' '  tt ^ _       . -  As a general rule, a man's hair  fcurn-i gni3r five year's earlier thau  a'woman's!       ' >  KSTAULISKI-n .1397  /       fBeale tfc'Blwell  ������ ;'j,!' v�� : INSURANCE ' and , MINING, ���'', ��� (   '  - ���  .^VLjJ L,and.IN^BSTME^T BROKERS. ' '_'{ ' ".  Heri Office'      -       '        '".     ��r      -    ' CRANBROOK,' B. C-  Shoes - Shoes - Shoes  *   Most of the leading makes and all of the leading leathers  lo be had at popular,prices.  J. W. FITCH  not under control until 3:30, when  the   entire  building  was  ruined.  The origin is not knowh.     The  loss is partially covered by insurance.   The alarm was  turned  in  within a  few minutes'after  the  fire started, but before  the brig-  ade arrived the couflagrati6n ,had  developed serious proportions.   Tu  fact, within a few minutes  after  the outbreak the  whole   building  was enveloped in flames'rendering  other buildings iu close proximity  to the hotel liable, to destruction  at, any  moment. (   The   effective  work of the Ore brigade under the  supervision  of Chief H. J. Lowes,  hojveve'r,   prevented < the   flames  from spreading, mid the   fire  was  confined to the hotel.  '���The< insurance   adjuster   is   at  work today estimating-the proportionate loss   to" the different  companies involved.    Ransoms ��fc  Mrs. JO. (). Kamm left yesterday,^  A'clearance of ,   ,  Parlor and Kitchen  at S, 10 and 15c. double ioII.  apers  as  as  as  as  as  /j\  as  to visit with friends in Vancouver1  home j ^*<  "���tore women marry between the Campbell signify their intention  ages of  20   and  23  than  at  any  other time of life.     ,      ,'  ,  .Mrs. John'Houston was married  at Spokane last week to Chesley  Clark, a business mau of that city.  Ed High warden,'a barber, and,  .violinist well known throughout  East Kootenay, now has a prosperous business in'Darby, Mont.  Harry Melton, an old time prospector , iu East Kootenay, ,.\vas  found dead ,ih the door of his"  cabin near Cranbrook last week.  Trains on the Grand " Trunk  Pacific are now running from Edmonton ,to Edsoh, the first 'divi-  s-iotial point west oE Edmonton.  MOYIE'S   LEADING    HOTEL.  i  i  1  Hotel Kootenay  i  The best of accommodations  for the Traveling Public.  Large and Commoclious Sample Rooms.  Billiard Rooms.  McTAVISK & CAMERON  Proprietors.  For the most fastidious dresser wc 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 \SU ITS.  Buy .oue aud be well dressed.  ��� a      .    .K.,       A.     ���  1 Imperial Bank of Canada. 1  I ' -Capital Authovtocl���------$10,000,000.00 . |  �� Capital Subscribed-- ~^ $5,575,000.00               ,i  I Capital Paid Up-���������-5^30,000.00, |  I Reserve   Fiuid^--���  -5-S30.0OO.O0 3  '} BRANCHES  IN BSITISH COLUMBIA-         ^ |  I Craahrook. Arrowhead, Golden. Kamloops, Michel,    New   Michel    S  ^ Fernie, Nelson, Revelstoke, Victoria, and Vancouver. %  1 Drafts and Money Orders sold avaiblc m any g  | part of the World |  55 -":'"'.    Savings Banlc i3cpavtment. f>  '" Interest allowed on deposits from  date  of deposit. .  "d MOYIE BRANCH.         H. W. SUPPLE, Manager,   f  The Hosmer Jlines, ,Limited, are  now shipping 300 tons of coal  daily to N"dlsou; cDka to the  amount of 200 tons daily is being  shipped to Trail.  Mariana Eros., partners iu a  wealthy quartette of macaroni  manufacturers ��� from Pennsylvania, are negotiating for a site for  a factory iu Fernie.  Arrangements are being made to  exhibit the Jeffries-Johnson fight  pictures in Spokane. These films  have beeu running in Seattle and  Tacoma for some weeks. The pictures are said to be excellent.   *  Wire-wound pipe i3 fast coming  mto general use in Australia and  the far east for irrigating- and  water system plants., - This meaus  large orders for Pacific Coast fir,  the best wood for the purpose.  Mike liauer aud D. Haninau,  two miners, wore killed at -the  Snowshoa mine' near Phoenix on  the 17th. They wero running a  machine on a rise iu the glory  hole when, without warning, a  large quantity of rock caved in,  carrying men and machines down  the stopes below.  of rebuilding as  soon  as   matters  arefadjusted. ���.,,',    ,   ,    .  Cranbrook's Fail Fair  Make Zinc Experiments  It is now learned that experiments' on zinc.ores-arc being carried on at Ottawa by the govern-'  mont. These experiments are  ouly preliminay, however, and it  is expected that' the final tests  .will ba made at Nelson....'  Lost Only Child  Kenneth John Poster Browning,  ithe 11 mouths' old son of Mr. and  Mrs. J. T- Browning, died last  Sunday 'morning, August 1-1 tli,  after an illness of some three  weeks. J' r. and Mrs. Bi-owa ing  loft Thursday with the body for  Eanfl", where burial will take  place. .    -���  , Cranbrook's Fall Fair this year  gives promise of being better than  ever. The bushipss men of Cranbrook have gone about the matter  right, aud have appointed a manager in tho person of A.'B. Smith.  Fruits, grainsf and vegetables from  all over the district will be repre-.  sented there, as well-as live stock  and poultry. 'The tair will run for  two'days,,September 2i and 22.  ,/HisV;Biggesf;Year  Chas. Stevens, of the East'Kootenay Eottling Co., Cranbrook, was  iu town Wednesday looking-.after  business. "Mr. Stevens says that  the output of his' plant' for the  months of Juno aud July was a  record breaker, and that the business of the past year has surpassed that of any , previous year  since the company was 'established.  and Victoria.      l*  i  Miss Laura, Grislier  and   mother1  left last Saturday for their  iu Spokane.   -'      '  Mrs. .Fn-.uk McMihon was np ^  from Craubrook during the' week' | ijlj)  visiting friends. , ' ,     j iftf  ���' Jack McTavish, "of the -Hotel j^)  Kootenay, was in Craubrook on |\}/  business Wednesday.  * ' i  , GoJdwin Stewart, tho' druggist,  was transacting business iu Cranbrook Wednesday.       ( ���  Dona Pouliuy who was catcher  for Moyie's ball team this  season, j  left Ui3t Saturday foi Spokane.      I  , ' , t  -    ��� ,      I  .   Ray ���Crisler .is  now holding a  position   as baggageman on  the  C. P. lt. running ont of Cranbrook.  ' Constable Andrew (Morris of  Michel-is doing.police duty in Moyie during the absence of Consta-  ble Browning.  Miss Zimmera, who was here' fo  a'week visiting with Mr. and Mrs.  It. -A.  Smith',' left yesterday , for  her home iu Spokane.  Maurice Quain of the Cranbrook  Telephone it Electric Light Company, was in Moyie Tuesday inspecting the lines of his company.  Masters Cyril and Sydney Wal-  c Tomorrow and next week we intend to make a  big clearance, in our wall papers. We have some of,  them now ou display iu our window. Our stock is  still larg-e and varied enough to make .choosing",  easy, and then, the price is within the reach of all.  as  'as  'as  av  a\.  ,as  I Gei AliYoiiNee'd-at This Clearance Sale f,  w ���"���>���". , '        ' '���&  W rs        " ' ' ��� ,        <-       ' ^ '  ^ Cretonnes m-all colors,' shades' and patterns, all'  aS  fy   bundled in1 oncpileeand'only,one price;  10c. a  vard.A^V'  iii      ,%   ��� ",..,/,,'        ''."      A      A,    ,���   ^  v|'' MaeEachern & Macdonald    $  ^^^^^^^���^C&^'ifci^ti^rfi&^-"^-'^-'^-'<'-*^-'^.'<v.-^.-��v.'vi-  ��� ^-^^**^-^.^^;^5^-^S:7^?^^r^r^r^^^-^-��v��ti^��fc��&<Ao:��?  i laurier at Cranbrook  Tlie committee on arrangements  at Cranbrook for, the reception of  Sir   Wilfrid   Laurier,    when" htf  ,, i -  ariives there on Tuesday, August  30th, have their work well out-  lined. .The premier's special train  from Kootenay Landing is due to  ��� Will Raise Faiids  ters are 'doiyn from Calgary  ou  a iah-ive'in Cranbrook  at  3   o'clock  They aro stay  Blackburn   and  Surprise for Mrs. Gilbert  The members of the Ladies Aid of  the Presbyterian church gathered  at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  W..B. &. Gilbert Wednesday evening and presented' Mrs. Gilbert  with a handsome piece of china.  The little surprise party was  cleverly planned by the ladies.  Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert are leaving  for Vancouver tomorrow.  Was a Quiet Wedding-  A quiet wedding took place in  the parlors of the Hotel Kootenay  last Monday, the contracting parties being John AV. Poison and  Miss Annie F. Jackson, both of  Nova Scotia. Rev. G. A. Hackney  was the officiating clergyman. Mr.  Poison is employed at the mill of  the Porto Rico Lumber Company.  two weeks' visit,  ing with John  family.'    ,   �����  ������The smoking concert that was  planned, by the Moyi'e, Football  Club to be held on the evening of  August 20th, has been postponed  for the'present.'  II. Burr, wli'6 played with the  Moyie ball team this summer, is  now playing with Brownlee's city  league in Spokane and is making  a great reputation.for himself.  E. A. Hill was confined tto his  home for several days suffering  from a severe attack of stomach  trouble, but is again able to be at  his store attending to business.  Newton Beers in Morley, hall  last Friday evening presented iu  mono-drama his fraternal play  David and Johnathau. Mr."1 Beers  is a fine impersonator, intelligent  aud impressive.  Miss Jewell left j'esterday for  her home ,in Rossland, and to  teach in the school there when it  opens on August 29 th. She spent  most of the summer in Moyie with  her cousin, Miss Gamble.  Mrs. Geo. MacAffeo and four  children of Vancouver and Miss  Mae Egingtou of Manchester,  England, are spending a few  weeks at'the Campbell camp on  the west sido of the lake.  Mrs. Geo. Topp and children of  Pincher Creek, -Mrs. Geo. Wallace  and children of Spoknne and Miss  Gertrude Oxley of Pincher Creek  left last. Saturday for their respective homes after spendiug an enjoyable   outing  at   tho  Campbell  in the afternoon. The distingui-  sh'ed "party will, be , conveyed tn  the skating rink, where, a public  meeting will be held and speeches  will be made by the premier and'  other members of-his party. ,At  Moyie. a car * will probably be  attached to the special to" carry  tb'e"people from boccfas the.regular afternoon train would be too  late in reaching.Cranbrook to permit of those wishing to attend  the meeting.  ,  At the meeting of the fire brigade held Monday.evening  it, was  decided to give a dance or concert,  for the purpose of  raising funds'  for the fii-e brigade.  >    Some new  hose and'a fire ladder  are  of  urgent uece-sity. -    Chief Lowes appointed John Taylor, J. P. Farrell,  C. A. Foote, A. O. Monkhouse and  Fd Hutt as (a committee on  arrangements.' (.lie also appointed H.  A. Deagonas assit-tant  chief'and  J., W.  Fitch .as  foreman  of  the'  brigade.    There will be a practice  .meeting at the flee" hall   tonight.  -New Fire'Wardens--  Some Game, laws  t Ct is illegal to take bear by  ti.aps at any time, and it is illegal  to shoot bear any time between  the 15th day of July and the :]lst  day of August.  Grouse of all kinds in the- Fernie aud Cranbrook electoral districts may be shot'ouly during  ftho month of October.  Prairie chicken may be shot  throughout the province during  the month of October.  Ducks, geese and s-ni'pe may   be  shot throughout the mainland and |  the islands adjacent  thereto,   between September 1st  aiul  February 2Sth, both day.- inclusive.  Ducks, geese and snipe may be  sold throughout the province during the months of October and  November only.  Last Tuesday an election of fire  wardens for Moyie was held, and  the following three were elected:  J. W. Fitch, Alexander Cameron  and Philip Conrad. These men  will hold office for one year from  the date of their appointments.  Plans Musical Future  ,In the Spokesman-Review fo  Suuday, August 7th, under the  heading of -Music and��� Musician1*  of Spokane) appears the photo of c-  Miss Elnore Bookwalter, a young  lady well known in East Kootenay. Miss Bookwalter is a tal-  lented pupil of Prof./l'oichert of  that city and intends to take up  music elaborately. She was recently graduated. The Review  s iy&: "This young woman show.-- a  decided talent aud deserves .the  encomium oE her teacher.*' Miss  13ookwalter lives with her parents  at Couer d'Aleue, Idaho.  Frank Guindon Makes Strike  Frank Guindon, the principal  owner in the Guindon Group ou  the west side of Moyio lake, has  made a, lucky strike wituin- the  last week.' He now has about IS  inches of ore in an open cut which  he is driving on one of the claims.  This ooen cut is iu about 25 feet.  Football August 28th  The Cranbrook . team did not  come up to Moyie last Sunday to  play the game for the Mut/. cup,  but they have promised to come  on Sunday, August 2Sth.  camp on Moyie lake.  Crippen Ready to Leave  TC your liver is sluggish and out  'j of tone, aud you feel dull billions,  constipated, take a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight befoie retiring and  you will feel all right in the morning. Sold by the Moyio Drug .v  Stationery Co  To Rebuild Freight Shed  The bridge aud building gang  of the C. P. R. will bo in Moyie in  a few days to rebuild tho freight  shed whicu was destroyed by fire  ,oiiie weeks ago. The debris has  been removed and everything is  in readiness for the new structure.  I  T  :K    i  m  *li!|  f!  Tho Iv and il cigar has jumped  to prominence through the ex-  ellent ll'ivor of the tobacco out  of which it is made.  Dr. Crippen and Miss Leneve  are ready to leave Quebec for  England on an.., hour's notice.  Jailer Moorih has bought Crippen  a cheap imitation leather bag to  hold t'lie underwear and small articles needed on the trip. He also  purchased, at the dentist's request, three, novels which "Dr."  Crippen expects to read on the  way over. The property found  in the cabin of the Montrose when  the pair wore arrested has been  packed in the big valise they used  iu common, and tho jpwelry discovered on Crippen has been sealed in nn envelope. The contents  of both valises and envelope will  bo introduced us evidence at the  trial.  The Cranbrook Co-operative Stores  IK  is sell in..  drcsSers  ���->���-  50;  and. stand . ��� at. $11;   iron . beds fat  spring, -SJ.^p; mattresses, $3.25 and. ..; .. p  Felt Mattresses,''���$9.7.5 ���  :  It will'pav-vou to'get in touch with them, when vou'want  =:"f '  |1  m i  * . -i  It' i  -J   ; )  . i  <*���   ;  '&  $1  CI  iNBROOK'' COOPERATIVE- STORES, LTD.,;'  ������ret"  ��[ j-! i  m  w  1*1  i��  o  11��  J  %  i i>  1 s  mtmmmssmsasm  "*',i#S_J r ,
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Published in the interest of the people       -^ 5 llJy  pf  jealous   di-posilion,
oLiMieandEist Kooicm-v,      says"an exchange,   su^sete-l thar
her husband \va« in the   habit' of
kis-slij-,' the liiied  gill.' and   losol-
ved   to   catch   him   in   tho   act.
After  watching for  a,  few   days
she   heard  him   come  home   orn->
evening mid pa--; quietly into the
kitchen.      The hired giil ,-vvns out
that evening dad the kiteiieu was
dark,     Hurling with, jea!ou--y the
wife took a   few  matches   in   her
hand and hastily placing :i r-hfivvl
on   Jiei   head   as  the  hired giil
often did, entered the'kitchen   by
the   back   door  and  immediately
•die was seized and kissed and embraced  jn   ziftl 'ardent    manner.
With a heart almost bursting the
! wife   prepared   to   administer   a
lenible, icbuke  to   tho  faithle^
spouse.      Tearing Iic.i--.elf f i oiu Ul"
fond embrace, she struck a m-i'tch
and stood face to fare  with—tlie
hired  'luun.      Her   bu-Ojuul
Nine-tenths ol all the >ickne-,s ot women is dire to some derangement or disease of the organs distinctly,feminine. Such sickness can be cured—ii cared
cvt-r_ day by
,vTE   or  s.i-ji-r.i:ii-Tios
Ona Year
.J-TITDAY, AUGUST 10, 1910.
Fads for Weak Women
"line-tenths ol all the r-ickne<,s ot women is dire to son
>se of the organs distinctly,feminine.    Such sickness c
ia-r_ day by
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
It Makes Weak Women Strong,
Sick Women Well.
It arts directly on tlie'crgim1; affected ind is ot the same time n general restorative tonic for the whole system, lt ourc* female complaint right ir the privacy
cf Iiome. It makes unnecessary the disagreeable (jMC&tioiiinf!, examinations, ond
local treatment so universally insisted upon by doctors, iu'd so flhhoirciit to
every modest woman. '
We shall not particularise here as to the symptoms of
those peculiar affection., incident to women, but those
wanting full information' as to their symptoms and
, means of positive cure are referred to the People's Common Sense Medical Adviser- 1008 p->.-{es, ne\vl> revised
nnd up-to-.date Edition, sent free on receipt of 31 one-
cent stamos to cover cost of mailing utily; or, in cloth
bmJini for 50 stamps.
Address Dr. U. V. I'iurcc.'Buffalo, N.T.   ,
Editorial Notes
A Model, Bat-—!
Cranbrook\s ball team, like
Napoleon's army, mowed down
cverythiuof before it.       ,
Eleven thousand tailors are
i t
id out ou, strike in New York.
The cut of their sahu-y did not
suit them.
I-make a  specialty  of'Po-v
his wife never treated him so well i Ke 1leV0J" bVPn Iot il .bi^er  shake
since tiio Ui-at  month' they . were ' a botc,e on his head*
married. .>      ■
I once knew a traveling man, and
(        htj wa'i-wondroii"* pond: ,        ..     .
His fellow-workers' naughty was s' tal    Photo   wcrk.       Prices.   4
■      he never understood. for 50"ceiUs   or $1.25 a dozen
Ho ue/erdiank u drop   of  booze,
ind, I have heard it said,
L O. O. F.
II II doy r.ortsro X».,4I.
-Mect-7 Tuesday evenings   in ,the
Alineis' Union   hull.   < Sojourning
Odd Fellows cordially invited.
.V. W. I'.uiiDK'n,        F. J. Smyth, ,
Noble Grand. Scsr'v.
hi. Kneel.<* J-uilj;e ;s.». t^J
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i,. w ,,f„| Meets cvFry Thursdnv
^fJ^£pJ}Jivi'niug in' JWcGrr^or,
^^^Try In.!!.-it 8  rtcUwk.   Vis-
itiiiR brethren wpl conio j xv
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\^We Make a Point     ■
\?7 -ft ahv.iis t< llni.; Ihe tnilij i-rn'l
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\$ ask»-d,lo.    'J'licrc-'s ",. ic,.-.,ju"
fto 'why
^ Soft DrinkslBoilJed Here
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i&f Wll>'    H's-bt-'oriist-   «^,   ]W1,,,A
"*. lll<* ar' <>f hpn ly b..it!e
K Soda and QAerDjinla
iA> ilwL lliey   rt-lain   Uu-ir  lifr-
'ami fiLsliri'L'-.s,
Alheut Gir.r,
Chiuifellor Com.
Solkii-k   1.<kIk<>, W(».
Ke^tilar    meetings
Ben Franklin'^* -Prpverbs
<  ' Uncle, Sam'.has made sjood'
use  of his'soldiers this'sum-
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mer. , He lias -nut thousands
of'theni^on t^e /'firing-line''
fis'litinsf forest fires.
If the sci'viug of wines and
liquors at   banquets' is   to   be
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'prohibited, a sad blow will, be
struck at after dinner oratory,
for in .iiuany cases ir' is the
vine that talks, not-the man.
■ ,  , . <»■«  .
liditor'Love of the Ifhoenix
Pioneer is plaj'ing- in , hard
luck.,- While taking a vacation and on his „way to .the
east he received the information that his newspaper plant
had been1 destroyed by fire.
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In Cranbrook >vastc paper
cans have been placed ajong
the main street .-at respectful
distances, aud  the  innovation
."\lany   words   will   not
bn-hel.     ■ .   ;      ;,    ,   '     ■
Ood helps them who help uhpiu- j
selves.  '        , , ,,
Do not scjuander   time;   time  i?
the stull'ithat life is made 'cf-
-The   sleeping  fox   catches    no
poultry.  '
'''Time enough,'', jilways  proves
little enough. •
, He that risetK  late  must  trot
all day aud shall scarce overtake
his busines-* at night.
" Laziness travels so slowly  that
poverty soon overtakes him.
JJriVe thy biibinessj let nc3t' tbj-
business drive thee.
a Early to bed and   early  to   rise
makes   a  man  healtliy,  wealthy
and wise.
He'iiever smoked; he nev.^r tshew
**d, he never poker played,
Ami never ti.iped a playful' wink'
= at a pretty chambermaid,
lie never told a little lie to <.ell  a
'.little bill,
And he nevej- worked the bellows
his expense account to till.
He neyei.' failed to go to.church in
a manner orthodox-,
.Ami he never dropped a button in
•the church'collection  box.
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East Koolenay Bottino-
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""•$&' month.
' isiting brethren welcome.
II. fliapmnii, AV. M.
X.,Mr. Hurdutt. Secretary.
St.. Joseph's, Convent
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Jinnriiinjr RtiiJ l>iy, l-'nliool   r-riniiur-t-
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And he never lee his  proper   feet ,_, u>r^;.- ,  A--A   , ,   ^ .
, ,      . I eel Dy f-iMerb ot i>r. Joioph, Nid-*on,
m wayward pathwaj-s roam, A.,   n      ,,, '   '     - 7,       , '-. '
r ' ' I Is.    O,      (.ouiTiK-rciiil i .liic<     i>tisin<.»i- j
Moyie   Miner's'   Union
No. 71, .W.'F. of M.
M,«*ets in .Miners' Union ifall, ey-
ery Satuidnj evening. o.Sojoui'h-
ing members are cordially invited
to attend. ,i        , ,;
James Hobert--
JLlXiTiry Hsi o^ gc/^r ,v,,js.
AiboVt Gill,.
J'n-nl. m.
Ovcy g 1,1)00 iii prizes,    .h.^-'
raciu:/'fo.;n   raciiiR,  ■iia^-!,*,]},
tenuis« tonrnaiV.c-nt. \.
And he never took an order—arfd
so they called him homo
(Section 19)
course,-' ii  -Jpeciiilr.v.'   Exr-t-lk-rici..  imi!
5Wlft   ;jin^if>«« .t-liiLiiictC'iizi,*   i-irllp   tip
.pastmnit.   'P.inTilfi'shoiild1 urm;   /m
^ lit
purlieu1 ir*.    Oiu' iriunili   a-.-ur.-.-.   tin
public   of , thu o thoroughncda   of   Uie
NOTICE ib herehv.^ven that, on  lheJ^te«',««8thodB   of t.-ach'ing.    Torm,
j   commence Janiury,   April   un<\   Sept
Pupils are admitted ilnriuti t-erm.
Harvey,     McCarter •■&
, Macdonald.
Barrislpr's, Solicitors, Nullities,-Em
'Cranbrook;   -   -    B'. C
vSriiifiw   tepee   races,
'horse races, etc.'
"A. Entries must be made  with
secretary.      Watcli   for , laV<?e-
pusLe-rjj.,     "    , '        ,
What Makes fche Difference
Winnipeg's summer -Sunday
evenings would be-rendered niucb
more bearable if there were occasional baud concerts in the park.
Have the Lord's'Day Alliance put
the kibosh oa this too? "We would
liko .somebody to define for us
what constitutes sacred music. A
man writes- a waltz ' and ' calls' it I
The .Jailor's lleturn. lint religious
20th day of .Au^ust( next, application Mill
be nude to the Superintefide'iit  of   Pro-
vir.rr.il "Police'for me grant of a  licence'
for the'sale of  liquor   by   -wholesale,, in
and upon the premises   known  av The
Moyie Brewery situate at' Moyie, E. C>,
upon the lands described <is Lots   4  and
5, Block 1, l\Io\ie townsite.        ■   "
Dated t'uis'16th day of August, 1910.
W.'F. GURD, <"■
cranurook'. /        'i
is baring a splendid, effect ,on | People won't allow it "to be played
the  appearance 'of  the  mam|ou a Jiuuday'     T1»en he set's ic to
. u„ .n     i .- '        r . -, - a hlovver tune- tlie same tune, but
thoioughlare of that city-       A (east in a more lU{fm.,ioas mould'~f
and labels it Jonah's Return from
few such receptacles for waste
paper and other rubbish could
be used to good advantage iii
the business section of Movie !
and the cost would' be verv
the Belly of the Whale. And that
is oratorio and therefore sacred.
What tt lot of humbugs we are!—
Eye Opener.
Time T
Xo. 213
Xo. 7
Xo. 211
Xo. S
Soo Spokane
1:20 p. m.
1:10 p. m<
2:~/2 p. m.
p. rn.
Coming Event
Again tlie Aloyie Fire Brig
ade appeals to the  public  for
assistance, and this assistance
should be generous. • The
several bad fires in Moyie recently plainly shows how-
necessary it is for the town to
have the proper equipment for'
its protection.  . Time aud use     A . ™If - ~ 7
1iiv»» hor!   4i    •        -v ^lIf,ld ^"rier  at Xel-on,
have had   tlicir   efiect  on   the August 20.
fire hose and a   l-..-gC   aniount
of it need:, replacing.     A new
ladder is also \t*-y neces^arv.
Ihit to get these   v. ill   .ciubx-'« am. ..
the raising of nioj:ev. j    Cranb.-nr.k J.'all l-"aii-, Septembc-i '
sss-r ~ |:'l nnd l'2. ' '
.     \'i.-:oiia J-'ai,. -,...j ff(,,,,-e sjjow.,'
j ^-.'litcirilrci- 27th to (letober J ^c.
qOSMOPOUTA^'  •"■"
''   WHEN. IN'   °     .   .
' i\ *
K. a. SfllAr.l., JI imager. .■•
Good rooms, good  tables and  bur
and first class' sample rooms.
,     DR. P, E., MILES
Dentist,    •'. •
Cranbrook, '   "       ±5/ C
a' "^uas^B*"
G-e.orge H. Thompson,
< ' ~- ' '"
. ; \ IJAriuisTEK, ' Solicitor    '. '
,     Notarv. J?uhl,[c, A-q.' ,
CRANBROOK,       BiinifH Coi.t-.vniA
EmbaJnitT nnd Undertiiker,
Express and General    Delivery   Business.     Livery   and ,
Feed Stable.
For  Sale
X. T. Mi'VJlli.-.C.-. ,1'  L S.    JI.   V. 1'nrl.cr, C  i:
I'liOM-vciAi. L.vxn SuuMiviNo
itAii.u'AV & ,-iiimng   i:xoim:'i',iux(.,
Estimates Furnished.
.OKI'ICKS    ^   '
Vovt Steele V. O. iiox 23.
Cranbrook P. U. Box 11.
W. So'Sfa'lilcri
i        i'  .    « " -  '
, jAs *ii(idoJJ>}-ftlip pre^fnt^bi-ewer is Bdiriitfpil'yib! I
j   pilloMb-Ueer in Jiusp KootKiiay.-   AVith the 13e-i Mali I
id-nd tho Pnre.it f>j)i-irig AV'ater ic is uiicxi'vlli-ri fuf
jijiinlity.    Jnsiofc ou Imviufi*"-Moyio Reer.
U Oi
Labor   I>..y  celebrations,   Ures-' 1
^inie and Ilodiner, -Monday,
ton. J"
September *"tli. ,
IteveKtoke l-'.-dl Fair, Soptembe.
^ In this man's day there was
little chance for tlie chap who
stfiitcd  out  in hfo as a workman witn no special tiainmi{.
He v.-.is  fo-c-'looiiiud   to  work
for  small  v.-a^cs   until   finally
di«-qu:ili'iocl by old ajje.    With
YOU it is tbilere-U.   If yon are
not crett>.i.]f aiic-ad as fast as you
.should i:i •>(>.':■ c:-,o--en occi-'pa-
tu.ii, the I  C  S  will iiolp jou.
A reor-l o; nv-.r Id yuais o£
rcmarkalile m-.ciC^s in training
thon^a:. : , oft arib!t:ors wnge
,  ca: iici -" f',r 1 cIIli positions and
J"Cr,...'-eil OM.ii'm enable-, ns
to st.xti- l ')Sit,'.ely  t'ot.t v, c can
i.oiii y>'i., no i .-Liter ht.w T.tnt
j our'...:-.!.   mriri-y, o: education
.n.'.v   be.    l.n.i't    'le^lctt    any
5'.^   u! ■ rli...-i   .  f ,r aiivano..-
'■..cn:.  Seat*, this coupon NOV.".
B... voc. iCEAr'ro-i. pa.
bc-nvi; Orders at
Gwytuif.'s Stoic.
I     li you want anything in Uie
i; line of clcthing or men's   fin-i
H'nishiugs, try
Made Rich by Happy Thought
7"* ^  fi
ju;y yolk,
gars .;    t -
Tobaccos1 ,
Fruit* and)
A. B. Stewart
1 i
MiOYIE, 33. C.
,'      T\ K. JOHNSTON, Prop-
This  hotel   i.s   new   and   well   furnished
tables are supplied with the best the market .
The bar is' filled  with the   best   brands* >ul
and cigars.
'    ,  .      Headqunrters for
A'lOYIE, - Bi-itissH Coluinl'i.i
. Th.-
I *»i&©oQ««!*a«N5«3«®<Bas««©ft©a9o»»a6®e«e»5Cj aoaw
Many a fortinio Im^ bee,, ]tlade !
by some sudden "happy thought";
or di-covei y. ' '•
A fallen lonf v.-n.- the fit-t «-,,w'     Si",ok''"10 Jntcr<-tatc    Fair,   Oct-
of a fortunrau invustmunt The ! °Ucl "' tr' ()
i'at'.or  ol  Hon.   JlllU(i,   r^.,,, Ilt.,
was a miner on Vancome. i-l,,,Ki ' tll(' fllKOi.tion i-, all   iiSht
One    d;iy    ]IH    Wl^     wii,r, f   tlio action oi Liu)  bowels   regnlm-,
tlipi-o is a natural craving and rel-
L-jcaJ Representative,
-V-Non..-,iIl^,,t,.nii1,r.sto-jo.iP-aBOX 30    -    FERNIE, BC.
Neiv Denver I'rnit 1'iir Ocro^ci-' ' ri-n.-«.tt,-1iii.«.iii.<.iitiu.t- .    mi. n„n„nn,,P,„, -
•**. ,   ^r v.lv/^j.  L   ,   *  ,  ,j,   j  . .„ t|. , 11    ,   r    ,   1   . £, r    • ,! ,rv   w <l   1,lv  t,.p    «
,   *  , ]-it  t » .',,    |l ,   I'i. n hi I,,,,   w> i   ^   ]   |, ,.     ,ii ,r«,  I X    .
^'1 W-.   l-l,,„rl.
a,-    .   ., wandui-j.-.L'
trough the .iv/io'ls whet,   his   ove
was _ attracted .by fa'  v,,Hy   ^
shining in the .sunlight.    Jif. i%'	
Ped.t0piekit:,p,wLn;'hi %    itlOSR
\<l rt ri*cr
S»» iw 1'irHVr      r
U in 1 >w   1 T   ii   i   r
(ivIS   nur I-v     (r,
0 ri u i H' I') si _;■ i t
\!* i ti tin il 1 K ire i r
'I, rl mi    (I Dr   1      i. n
1 irx'iiiu *. i y. nist
I I, u i-l J i mu
1   ],'( trlrj    'l
I    wi r ^! i i< n Sij,
\-cl     JJ--J sunn
*i  r k turil J n,'ini ei
^fr i    ur il U r ilf mu m
<    i "tt •   t A I'uiliitr
I c r<  i  m I'lii'i    tr
(    vl]   I£.|t m   * r
I    V   Ci n   trLi l n tv
Si  r     >f r
M ir   n ■ 1 n,;'niLr
I -
1 -     - ,     -
bt-_ n-.>i;r.i_iln:
lsh,foi- food. AVh'eu thi&W.hiekmp
von may know that   you   need   a
, dose of    Chamberlain'h :-Stomach
Uncovered a , iru'r "ff'rt ''"■" ] l T* U™™h*s. f   They streng-
and revpnlr,! '  K'"°"n'l l ,'1,ei1 tll,; dl^-^'ve organ.,-, improve
a -i;cvtai6cl a seam of coal. .   Mv \ "PPuti to and regulate, thu   boiveld.
J uiisraun-sai^,,,^,^,.^ b(|.      .        .S,,l(l by the   M6yie   Drug   '&   Sca-
^ to obtain aq,itartohi,y't;^ U',!,e^ Cf''
I'lndaudexjilait'i!,   I
[ Na.uc	
• Sl.-fe.No..
■ City	
.. '/
We earn- in ..lock the ^oods
to make nn ..p-U.-d.Ue <-xx\,
made in Invn, i.r ue can get
jou a special oidcixd suit
made to your va asure. \\'e
j  have ready-to-v. tar Campbell\s
• clothing, tlie   best   made   and
:  fitting cloUiin... in Canad.p
♦'      I'udeuvear,  shirts,
J , ties, belts',., suniiner   hats
♦ nearly 'everything'in'; tin...   imc
e< Jlars.
r>. ♦ ♦ ♦ -tr #'<;"*■
; of   fnrnisliings   at   jreasyuhble
to  him  swiftb
"I'tiiiiti ■came
'-V.   foi-   the   trr'tiiri..!
^aricU.mi,u;(,,cr)al       £       '" I
■the  o,uy  V:l]] -v,,      '"'t:
-H.*n<, „„„■ uici a- ,»iii,-«i,;;cm^7;
t'l'.r'in^h a l,.ar ;,, ,,     ,..,...    . ■"   -•"
■ "   "   " '    '    "l I'i'.iee.     !
Thos. Summers
Cipit'h',,   Candy,       T-'ruit   and
TOYS,    NOT-luxs    KTC.
SoiitiT   Victoria    St.
,      .   THE,WAIVE. '.'•'
Ice Cream Parlor
jwVw hPKM
l\'iJii   Oi Cvi
\.   II.,r;
prices.   ' '■ '
All our goods and work .jrii'ar-
anteed. Cleanirsg, 'pressing and
repairing done.
.  Prop
CiigmjJ8f!a\ji;s' fioi^lj Remedy
Merchant Tailo
i,' ir S3
l>i-s-vc:r„Mi:it    nuris.   i-.,,,,..
L:ir.i>   -.irnplo   room   in    cun.iecl.icii j
with bou-c for coinmerciul men. iJeai
of ii'icoiiiinodiitiiiii.
Jie.iclqu.il tr r-^  for   Commercial .ind Miiiinif M.....
(>i;i-.!._N^, avi. .M O", li:, ].. (j
SEND YOint    WO!!:'    TO   TDK
■ = "' STEAM ' -
All White Labor;
tl«  i
a r
Lifivo work' with tl
"-    l'"'a! ii;,'.-1',.; I
vTHB AEgQ^ANE (]&iGfffS
CHIEF JOSEPH and toe 'RATUE.P^ ; ■
".'. ;■■■■. iTHE CLEARWATER"       /
INFORMATION. ^^ ?ii»*. :Wik«-;&r';<;r.a&^
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.      * a M
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al! a'yfTh™, **°rvi.wliich is excellent in its cJiardctcrization.i
if'i.V^^^^^'^^"^^o/'^Aeiiscrics of:''Talcs iofitlie
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a-.p-trn(lafoiiii(laci\cli:i|inio tlintf,s!i^
ypa,lWirtlng:;Ontton<'pootls from . Choftip Pof pofnts'im^
f va^1.0^ •:^rVerI.<ntHl: thpf niostf.ftWQu^
:^.,,.stea'mer:.:lia"(l vrailctlffto ^iscoveraafsiiiglo fc:irtrirtse.f%rt(?r, tliiit .■'pwlii's/tp 'lilsTlroinnntlsirpho tvitsfiiiiahlpfto
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■ p^ith-;.rewer .TCli^Ing^antl  .trit-nln
piu: t^,;rivers :o^pi,lna.a.There ,wa!3.:n^
^rnpee.; ^A'-opbarlwr
P  hiS,V^   a:aaaa
..a ■'Portin^ieso-•ypsser',,vi*ero;'h,iatl6
atli(Mi-f:cv-twpC'l: tcHJyoit.■;\ve,i;ciiiVJe'nVri,;H6inet'liliis.-':ib'bu't".
-pftithei-s iiiHl/iiiotliors.'frp.ni thg berriyrlite<l..lreatlien;"a "':
aafa-Tliiit'spr-trt-.*' ;tn>:\vei-o(l Ualket^;' ••but.tlroy earrVrrh-e;'-.
• us cards atul';spiti,Ies.;in tiitirdermid rtrsqii and liutghbrA
';itig.baiii<.s:";;\\'e' liavq...pot to, (i'ndfth.-it- ainrrninttioii.., I'"
*';tliIri.lc;a."\yiinll;iw:.'.vU'Oiitiii,tiveci.'^riall^ n vpatisC.,:
.■-.■vt.lnit •i!u>an'wltlle we hail 'liettcr^stt'ca- down thefriveif
■fn".ilfflb'' way'.;so,as to, friiilileri.Uief oklprentlisinau into,
,-.. tl'liiikiiistiiat iftaliaiis^we/lirq riot QpniliijjJ'aeli.'* " v' -.'■''"
■.v:-S»' n<!::t, nioriiitj^. the "Wiiture.v without lioldirig.-'aiiy.
the Vivc^i-;toward tlio VolluwSe:i.a huttdretlftiiiles or. so..'":-.
?Two i.l;!.v:s'after this.thc Viiltm-p'return wl to' Kiting-, "'
.J-Totaiid, tlip-iiiaiidai-iir's boat, n stirtof! tr 1 ci r i l i ed. s n i ii I >':i n. '':
wit'li. a lacQuerc'd .ii.eiire -heiKl amta-gllded .sterni. put
with A\'u 'at; thehpheiul; pWu-feiipn' besp-u<:hta*,ytii-dlaw f
, to L-oiiiLV.b;;ee' itiore.to their frtther.V He.had,been ■ rer■:'"
neved:of:-all;palrr'.os .lprrtraasfthpamedipine'lasted anndp
 a, , ,...,  r ......._,.. -A*iOMpAL\V.l!.?».:'.'.l.!t«^
,iwrt  was-not-. under:^nrveillaii^
that she .slipped pyer( the bar at liislpn-^^
up:tlie river'and,did not conic down;iii)titit^w fiifdthoyc-ould  not bo; like'the b'e'witeUeili-'.'if,
.■woroi^a&fnnd hractidabi^ror-li(>r;jtof^
:,,',,ir„i „,;Ui.W„  ..'        ...     ii'",', i.    •     '"";■" ■■■.■'"-  '■,        ■<    ■" ' lanciea npt io i pi.tt.wt.i.so sieainci.,,   , ptho mandarin.   AVardlaw- wptit1 Pll'ain the boat.    Tis
nrrd.lle atanchpr, Itinocetitly dlsenar-gius cotrou goods v F. ;.tpwa?' n, chance' shot.! but fit  hit 'the 'bull's  eye.- tImi>:he"roi!ialtVd four licJiirs.; then Came back;_tibi!aniy
andtakliiKonftea and Qrecraeltprs. :   pH
f aHftlkettf pondered   these   tlim^s,: in, his..; mind '.'and    dlately "beini':r felirill .protest that alHio .know'pf: the
.fdeteraini-d.to catch the Portugueses
f and relied,sphicwhat'upoa \A*ardlawV^ bought thinprsf forf-wiilcii they
apMncso to find put thlris-s.   .,:;:, ":Va .. ,: .,"..',.;'•'• ;  afterwiird, refiisndf to pay.":; Offono thins: paly 'was he ,
■y .It was Into on a Sop'ember t,vnnin» when .thoaVnlt-" :eertafnAao:a.nmnn.ti(,ij i,i.rt been;iahdcd aRKIansr-IIo.
.■;nrOv,sfehn\(slj..lnto'tlid.lll:tio;;'.rontlst« ■'■''. So m'iicli: indeed/ did. V\"ahgitins-faiig denj- that Hill- '■
ftPwiT,of;KIang'-lTo..   Three .days, before: torpedo Ixiat'   i;0 tt-fi.lt the. same suspieionpii* him that-.Othello bx-.\
■Number Two' iiad. leftfaml it was: not'Vusnai, ia spito"'. ■ pressed—ho did protest; top much.    Ilalkeit, .'u-thun-
"1 sot itivU'put dC.hiin," he. said to Halkottpn;iiiak':'
lag his report. ■'- .'•Thpre's'i-ainepiiiiiifri and' Is lis "joints;'''
.began to1 tune up and the niedic-iuc wcis out. \1 gave,
iiiui; an. tilt iuiatti in—the.fliidiiig phic-cut' the ainmuni-
tlon or. rip ■ tner'p, oi' niy, ■■ jifii ud fa t. lier's " modiciiie.,. A t-
that Wu . burst into tears' and '■begged; the. oldinah in
.Chinese .'to 'tell.;',: So did the other sons. .Of eotirse the
Cat wag out of tho bag then.. ,   ' p'','■■ ..'■       ■-'■..,.'., '.„...  ,y
"The", old  titan  is. a■ noa-progt-esslve;  the-sons  arc';
wavering Iti-tho bahi'tiee. .'i'h'ey argued and shouted and''
^Sheti:;;anVI,:;;;\Vardlii\\; ^t'ios.el.vvJiirickciT/iiia'jt'VfrtiH
:hyaits 'ii-etliihe.'camoawIthintSiffhta&i'lk^
olIiCers';aIr(Vi(ly;kiteu-ainore;:tbput .thiViiclitiit i;P;isnnis:: •
tion aridiSii.iiafion1 cf: the; t(.vwer. thiirV.did
farig/awlio jiad;;fas a^mit'ttorPf^M
and paitKfori'f.   -,"f.f:-''"f.c!a ^yi'iiii ,;.-• " f: a   ';'.;./.'.,..-.■■■.•
.,.'■ By' t\v.cl'ye.;,p'(>lbelcf.'tlw^^^
boeii;; served, and- the .sailors; vi'Cnt :tb''wpifk.,a']i:il.f;o,i t y
.had 'rio hi ind. to' trust' n.-itive.pv'oi-kiiieii'.In iindiiig ii.f
f- box siVsniall that, it-iniglit be '■ciViH-,ciiled-'.Iii:.,tlip';,.'(slei>Vo'f.:
:: of, a. workman aiulfpasst'dafi-piiiahiiiid .lohiiri'lfiiii'til it;;
; phinded (lt'tlie birttbin; pfa ft lie river. ',fThe.^aii(;i-sp\vtt!i;a
; ropes ciiniiiiig) ^-'.knotted. !;s wit rtiipd all foyer ;(it('^-tpweip;
fahd with picks,irnd t-rj,.wbars began the tilwiiAtspvayf;
' of ,litidin'g" -the -hidden 'box by, takitigffdff 'the tiPrs of f.
a bricks-.at, tllp.-apcx. ■. .-;■.-.■:      a" a:,a '.;■■.'. yi , ,'af ',:''■..;■■ .a, aa, ■■■:   •
■fyfiii^y "/'ii:y'yyy: f Tricked-ff;f ff'-ff;>■ ■-f, ;f A,f fp' ,f. jaf
,'Vwofro 'reached, and; tlie aineti: w.eve :tit'(-d,,' wirii "tii.jir ii.
• 'iudrch'l'hfi-and; their wprk. As the'd'aydeciiuod. thpair ..
■grety chilh andAVa'rdbi wad vised Woiug-thig-fiiiigni go v^
" 'tqatheiieitrest'-viUagerana sPel-vtitiarli'i'SifiiraiHe'iiigbtv-
_The'pld man.. liowevpr.-.soeiiVeii-'jitiwiliit'i'g toftear.li.ini-.;.
■"self"-' a wiiyiffrotii the fsjiot;'- and oiilyf byf:llisason's ' e:i-
"trcatiesf^iiid fAVardlaw's. threat off'aching" joints:: the p
.^le^t.day.couUl.-be1 induced to ie.-tvp.   .;■';.';    ;.';.";•:
" \Vheh,supper was sen-oil LVftlie officers and rrioii. atiilff. iiaifdcfl his"p
'a!! prepared to sleep rol.led in their'bl.-tnk'et's. a'r<rtr,i:* a
'roaring- lire, Haikeit- was- wakeful and :watehed '.the
stai-s.cbniiug'oiit in the liltie iilack-.sky. Mis niind was
occtipieti.,invs(,-hemes of veirgeanc-e "on,\V;iiig-tingoing
■in ease he,had- really .-split- them on a fixiVsf errand.
,.■■"' P.othllaikett and \VardIa,w;1s!pciiir:g litfully, wak-cd
pft'e-ifduriug the, ii'ightf Again, as iiu-thefnig'ht,of their,
arrival'; at "fKlaiigrLlo: great ■ cold ;banks" .rose '.-tiid
iiitu-clied otit-e'nioi;c'.toward ,tlie /.enith like inoet''i,ig
nrtnies.-   The moon "and stars wori. obscured'and .the
''■:(£i'aifii.i;r(ier!'I^ ,[a
' give yoti;the .bfitMt.'.Vif -mCUIi-iiip and-";i!sii fii.w'-itiVii:. sp';
■ai'liii'f^-ciii c;iii,;seii,(!-t.i';(''i!!.:'ii<( itdtliii l-higiish';i;ii,rli(;ua|f5'a
;;,fliul",a-('t .tiii-siir iii^i iied iciirpyotirsr.llV^-a'av 'ia i-yd-i-y-.y-y
■'■•''■■:;;"i'li't.-'-will-.-I,.' i,-pst ;i greal pmiii t»r ■iiioiioj-?" .erit*<I.: tlio a=
■•'phipiluii.au-;['.*.".■ ii; li-iuisialVd I his,-.,- :i,ff- '--.  -af f      v,'"ff;','■', '■
: f^^ai'dhiAV fiiauii.ir'ii   s:uiii  >\-.hIyh   u-asM-Ypifvalent: tp -"
f(ii-|:,\-:rciM!|-s: - fTiiPn aii\"ii-siii.ti    ("irie-l  ;iiis; iw.vs   anil   >
klK-eli-.ii .■i|..i'.l. I. i.ss(>(l fire, bcltiMiti::' ..W'virill.-i fw's. Lroiiscrsa: f
.':.','. Vtl*ti-Sh.pn.'s,'-'(i'.:rrs..-.-i'r.,(I  wlpiiig. .if ..his'feipsPiiidf jfrpspp
li-,,ili(.ns:"oii: Ihe; ground  tm-licil   ilalkelts :hi...|rt.  as it -
d((I   \Vi>V<ll;i\V*^v   a;   pap, p.f f--a"fv. ./'■■V',:i.V .; ■■aip'p'-' ty'[ :AA-:
1 ■'•■fVp,'"'. lieasaidpf aH\'o  will do hot hi itg tli:it--t  frieMil, p
"ivilj; iiptfitii/nrovrded t' htv ui i ii iii u r r i i i«...i r he'ff.iti.iiU,'-. ■■;■■-.. a,:,;,
;,:,'Piii'ri"it.-ilijigri.'fViml   XViu.dfaiid iit'tU;  lfm-,1..'who  had   ■
heeti :nieasui'ing.plfri'iii'giir■••tii'eir  Vieiidsau.gPtiH-r  iiC 'ii" v
.point iibiatt  lea-yards'uAvaypatid 'Herbage; tiirued to■". f
llalkett and i-rii-d ini't:— ff ,   ■ ap;f   ::    f ,^ f"'"f „■   ,-f-'p'..,. ■
' '"Wofliil-tr.t- ii>(--attil tIiu, lioiit't uf departtire,;sir."    ,' ,;:f
dawn canie. wan -iind pale; with a-soft, delicate >vlii lo '.the r-'.iol'ics fwei-p l,:iim:
:. fiialicetfff not noticing whether ;it; wits siinrisp era
-V.-i-iiisuni'ii'i. bade lite uivr'jpt.-ik.u --tJioli'-'iiJirkij1'-..-!ml,--iilihs«,»jf-p:.
. seizing, oil e':0i;if'g:tii. (liggi'ti^:''.' fti r.ii hi <ly. ;Ail thi- otHi.-.ps, .
seeitigfthisf toll 6 wed liisfi-X;uii|f!ej; fHveryf.i'Viaiiwatireda
ftp be .NreViir.st."t"«J'Ht"dt>«"".ti.u»fti!i.i.tjiixi>.^":^."'.TJit-V"Uii^frj.t»iUfi.lr:'f.
ii.v I'or^Ii.-ilf,.-ni: iiiiii.-. "then -it sailor sliiillng. silyutly"
" k to llalkt'ttf" ■■■-;":"■::;;:-;-■■:-■,■■::: : ;;--;,, .-a:-::;-,
'There iht'y.ai'c. sir.'" -lie,said. .."Another stroke and f
it wjll'hij ihe toji.".,      '■•    ;-,''.'.fa",', ,f. ,p ,,  ..   p -' ;       ■ -..'iy >f
■ ilalketl iriVfdc ti'f.it; stroke arid it' -rattied tiporia tin.' f-
Theiiallfell ,to, w.-ii-k like mad. and in a. tV-wjulniifes a. ,
biu'atin i»i;:c was lifted our; and tdiere were-tiers andof
tiers of (itlii-r ;-iu'-b:i.-;os all :ir,imuVit. ;f     ■'■',■'■'..■
., It reiiuii-i-s  hi rU ...work  to ,dig' anil lift ■aniiiiunit'oii,
lioxes,  and   llalkett' i-onchi.le.i that" a-.couple nf  hini-",
.(hied coolies, .woiiltl-'ilo,'t|ie Job in- an . linu'r. ; Wardlaw
lliei.-i'!'oi-|.. with.' '.vv!, sujiors. Av.enft ol'f iii the fields whero,.'.
■ - ,■*,'
ii-kil t
rainfall, llke'a' liuislin -veil.
t-d shouted out'.that a wage.
, of fthe active patrol,that was kept, up, for.another yes-
I scl of war-ftp appear .quite.so soon.. Therefore, the
■Portuguese, vessel which I la llcett suspected was pence-
rulij--"l|j'lns-«t. anchor.. There was no foreigti shipping
In.the little harbor, although -.native craft and. junks
; and s.-iinpaiVs were numerous. .,,'■',
The- Vulture chose a berth close,'to "the" Portuguese.
.,'derlng tones that completely drownedf)Viiiig-thig-fang
rind Wti-Sheir, deuiairded to know tlio place where the,
, aiiimtialliori'was-coiicealed.       f  '
At the height of the three cornered'colloquy," which
wils carried' on In shouts, Wang-ting-fang lilayed the,
cai-d which every Chhtese ollicial has, up his sleeve.
Tea was brbtight in.    Jtistantly all business Subjects
^nK-W,U '■■, '!;,!,,!lirt'l1!i|t''r!,|?re ^ f" f <f™"\   tC        It is hard-to catch the.Chinese napping, and when
only iii-the .bottle, but in the suit of: red  tlamiel.  lie '   tj!iy'v-a.pyet ne'w the'head OfAVang-ting-faiig'^ retinue,
could   ■ %ri(h his palanquin' In the' middle.atid ."iVu-'Shoii's .•'rick-
. vessel., upon which nelose,watch wlis kept. Septernber    Avere dropped and the i.-onversatiou immediately, took-
lain typlioPuifnoiith and IJ.alkett's, glass iudicaled bad
weathor, altiiPitgh the niposi shiuie brightly in tlie-sky
and thi; stars were stealiii'g out into the Wire doino of
fheaveti. ■■'-.  :    ■ p   ■■■■.■ .',"•'■.'..-■
f ITalkctt was onthe bridge with Itoss, his oxecutlvq,
olllcer, wit telling the uprising ;of great banks of dtia-
colored.clouds on the horizon th.tt inarched like' .rtlp-
" Ktroying army steadily toward the zenith mid engulfed
the trenibiliig luoonand shuddering stars In the blackness of night. The l.-indf and the, water changed
.,t_iilt:I-ly'as If tlio furies of another world had suddenly
descended upon them to lash and harry them. The
vl-Iiid rose and roared from all quarters at once and
.gusts of rahi <*renehed and'whipped the fa-es -of ihe
watchers.. , f-      ■ '      '     ■
The Vulture had to stand off shore. 'The Portuguese
vessel, whose engines had only-half the power of the
Vulture's and of which the steam gauge wiis low. was
driven hither and thither, her 'lights bobbing about in
the gloom of the night nnd sometimes getting uncomfortably close to the Vnllure. Presently those light-
were- seen no more, and when the. night sky elenn-il
and the morning, blushing at its own glory atiil beauty, ■
appeared the Portuguese vessel was nowhere in sight.
The Prince of Darkness had saved iier once more.
Visits of ceremony are often ji.-il:! la China at sun-
fise, and Just as the river  and  squalid 'walled  towii
the usual nattering tone. Xo Chinese will discuss a
'.word of business .after the tea lias come, and it Is
.butting one's head against a stone wad to try to break
this rule of decorum and usage, established two thousand years ago.;      a
lialkett, iioWever, had a card tip ivfs sleeve also,
and . prolTeii-d the medical , services :of'.his surgeon.
\Viirdlau then got up and bowed profwindly and said
.iii: 1-higiish. which-'Was translated by W'u-Shcu. that
Ills luiuible services were at the .'command , of, the
hon'ornlilo and noble Wnng-Ung-iang- To.lhis Wu-.
Sheri :iilded:iii Chinese, without tauing the .trouble to
.turn it inio Knglish':-—,
"The fellow looks sensible'and these American physicianshave the best learning of the West."
' Jt.W/i's 'unrus.-esar'y to iriiiisl.-ite. however, as Ward-
law, without Winking an eyelash. kirCw pc-feciiy wed
what was being said. Wurd.huv-their began to make a
medical examination of Wang-ting-fang, can-led on in
tlie pr-i-sence of his sons, relatives and rer.-i'licrs.. The
siirgei.it's face grew solemn as he asked professional
questions aud then looked startled'at Wlug-ting-fnngP
ans-..ers. Fcwf men can stnr.il with calmness ihe.uti--'
fapu-'aole opinion of a physician, and a sli-i-l'v .r.r-lliir began In overspread Wang-ting-fang's Intelligent face.
The gloom'coiniuiinli-nted ilsclf lo his sons and s.-i-'
\ar.ls in.d wiieu, Wui-dlaw promised to return within
an hour, bringing a medicine which was the si.-,lu,
specilio for W.-ing-ling-faeg's,ailment, he was implored
(,.• v-oiiie back its quickly as possible.
'ince on (he Vulture In her litlle cabin with llalkett,
y»':iri.l.'.-i\\ riiuaUc;.. , 'I ■
also said he'.had hbai'd.tlm t the foreign:, devils
ripw telegraph, without wireSjOr poles, and could cut a
' man up and put hhn together again   without pain to.'
,thefiiatieiit; pWell. 1 sat'ihriingh It all;without w.ink-
.. irig.'aiid when  lea wa,s .brought and  finished, if rose,
with my. ten cent -bottle, ,.1' colclilcitnj. in my haiid..anil,'
said, I wanted to, know tlien and there, the,amount of■'
the.amiuunltion, sons to demand enough bullockcarls
■ to,■transport, it.'    That/laid  fheiii  out   ihit.  ' It never
seemed to occur to'them fliat i'knew Chinese.'.'
- At that Hiilk'ett r.We and clasped V.'ardlaw'to his.
bosom.   .      . '
"You ought to be in the line.".he said.' "Vou aref
thrown away on the stall.'. I hadn't thought of the
bullock carts ycpawhlle."      ;
■ •"So then tiie.olil man admitted, through Wu. that if
we go twelve miles, up i lie Kl.-ing.-up .iiiver. on, the
riii.i-.t bank, closppo tlie water's edge, a small lookout'
lower about twenty' Knglish feet high sta'iuls, aud
■■walled up in, that lower- will be found' an iron
box containing specific directions as to where the nui-
munilion may. be found. I tjilnk 'he;.1 'apiu-cciate tin;
dafnicer o.f sending lis on a wild goose chase. With,old
Wang il is a question u-fctliei-.io'slaiui by the'I'.o.vers
pr, withthe foreign devils.' Put Wu. being a young
;niaii of learning ami the biggest: coward i ever'saw
in niy life, inclines to us. The old man's rheuirrutisii'
canie' in the nick of lime." '■'.  , : (
"Voif ■shall go .with  us?" cried ITackolf. iri l-apturo.'
"Oil. yes." answered Wardlav.-; "I sii|i]iosei'l of course
you  would  lake hie along. , When, do we start?"
"To-morrow morning," said Hulked. "Wo might as
wolj allow a day to get tliere and some hours to locate
the ammunition. And when it. Is uncovered we can
tell whether it will take filly or a liuiui«>«i>u.lo'eIc
carts lo transport it." if .
Off to the Tower. ^
Xext morning a party of forty sailors headed uy
Tfalkelt, witli a couple of lieutenants. Herbage and
■Wood, and little I-'oril. the midshipman, and Wardlaw,
the; surgeon, went swinging through the, town across
the bridge to the right hpud side of the stream'.  Behind
iiiiw behind it, came Irundlinginto the camp.
The old man wore tin; shine 'mysterious 'smile.and
'ntado the .same Cheerful 'prediction that tlie l.ioxfwoul.1
be found. ' Halkett's reply to this was a dark innuendo
pthiit if  the  box was' n'bl 'found  Kiaiig-;lln  would  bi--
. come,very unboallhy for-some .persons iu the.ni-igi)-
' borhocil..   ' ''.-^ a G;
l-:.-irly in the gray, wet meaning tlie.sailors went to
work w.ith their usual sleady and Well directed energy
at the remiiini'ig tiers 'f brick, andasoon the spot was
•level'where the day-before the lower had sumd. The
no\ had not been found, but the foundations six i'eec
liL-l,,v.-'the surface might possibly hide it. 'tin's theory
-was strongly advanced by Waiig-liiig-fang. aud I.Itii-
kctt saw the necessity of getting every brick .ait. of
the structure in order to .determine whetla-i- I-.'«» had;
been trilled with, and It. Is a very'dangerous thing to
trille-'witli the commander of. a war ship.    ,■;...
Th'.; sailors worked'steadily digging ami poundiiig,
tlie Ollicers watching everything that. Was brought up
and occasionally taking a hand with a crowbar themselves; At. last, when nearly the whole foundation
had been excavuleil, liaikeil. who was watching intently, caught a glimpse of a sinail black object, lie'
sprawled down on his breast at'the edge of the opening and drew up a sinail iron box,about live inches
square. '
A shout went tip fnihi Wardlaw, and Iho, sailors,
who cheer' loudly i'i a fcrcigu country, upon' very slight
provocation.' threw down their pit-Its and cheered'.as
if every man had found a Kohinoor.
■llalkett borrowed a knife, from u sailor, worked out .
the four,screws that held the top of iln- box,'-look from
ltii large square thin sheet of impel-,with Chinese writing on it. lie had walked up close to the palanqi.ln.
mid' Wang-ting-fang was watching him 'with', half
closed, dancing eyes. So was U'u-Shoii griifniiig
broadly. The ollicers anil sailors gathered around and
Wu-Shcn's hand was extended for Uie paper. I I.-i'lcett,
however, coolly handed it to Wrirdlu-w. . w ho road it
off without di'lk-nlly, it-auslaling, .us he went, the
followii,^;:— ., .     ,
equivalent I:i ten cents. wituM lie ■paid for two hundred
ti.u-ir .--wiiii would hi- ready iho iiexl: inorqingto lift, out'
,-,r!n> ammunition, boxes and  load   ihisui  upon  the ■■ i-.nl-"'
■lock carts., p ;  ,..;f. f • ' ■'■ ■ :' p • . "' ■ '■■"
, , This liraligbt four, hundred in ,-in iiinihst iia.Mincelv-
' ah.ly short llnie and from | iiem. J'tufkelr selected two
.'■.hundred, of I he iihl,.: bod ieil.   ".\'..f u riniifi  loji.-d  sur-
pi-ised: every. ,<ne of tiiein Uuew 'what ■ wris buried ou.
thav  piece  of griumd.   but   lln-y  e.v|,ecled"u 'dilTeretrt-
crop io spring from such' a sci'dtiug.
That:  night   11,-iikett   and PVardhny slept  the   night
through witb.-u1-.ence wakiiig.
The next n,or.-.I-:ir by sunrise (he !tIn'boxes were-rVuf".
.and Ivlng on the ieroi and  | ht. c,„,|ie.s squatted.ru-oun.t .
waiting for the ari-'val. of (he bell „k i-iiris.    A runricr.'
,had  been-sent'out  aii.i  lir"iiiji:t  ba< k  t!jc   info; inat vat
tiiat the bullocks ■Wci'eVtrnlii.ig on tlieir- way. A liili,;
afli-r'suiirise .he long striPu o.f cans arrived and tlu>
loading begun.' ii'alkett disi-ribuivd .llie -equivaicir.-
of iwi.-uty .tuierican dollars iii siu.-'.'l ('*;iin.•>((.. coins to.,
tile laborers aud tlie procession staricd1 on its returti
to iviaug-ilu. ■ , .,'■."...■■
If was ■ii,'i.-ely' Iv.clv,. .>*i:l:-.,..'|c when ihe long l-iio nt'
buliccl. carps, (ii'i-wpup ,,n the sin,re ipul tl,,. aniuiuni-
li.ui b.iNes were iraii'sfei-icil i,, a siring of n.i(i\,., Juniis
Which Ihe Vulture's launch lowed n;i.i;_;s|i... 11,,. s:up'.' ,
■'■ As '-he sun was sinking ami a gr-at \iviu miv.n \C:'s
hung in ihe bea.-eiis rl.v Vm'tur.- i.i.'tejl lu-r a;,.e,v,,r. Iier
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'-^y_ 'V  I.  1-��  ���p.  -tft  Vv  Iff'  ���;/,'  ^ '  i 5-.^  \JSr_  ..��J3*,'.  Ji  '   Si  t  f  3  < *r~,  v\  THE LEADER, .MOVIK. JJKITJSIf COUnililS  *.XBi~nFja.inu* ^nwaawBirtA��MrtyJttmKaBMMUEfc3.wafclun.tfafJ-jfc  EMKSBeasZSSS  1  !  I ' '  aaSESBMHSiS e^-ggEagsraSE^^ iiiH^retffiMOTSS^^  ^A^V*VVV^VVWWVVt<V^��VV-.<V>^^  Non*Persona!  Liability  Registered Office:  MOYIE, B. C,  ���WWi  Second Annual Directors' Report  ��� ' June 7th, 1910       <      .  Pi-rrot" tV.o IdFt report ����< rendered Ki,fl feet of development  work li(r<- Vieen ilone, ul a <..<>M 01 511.!.-. ver fool. This work con-  vieit. of 25 tt'i't of mi'-nig, ���'*- feet 01 orc-miillus and "2SII ,feet ot  -.Iriili-rifi on tlie lem.u'iirli Inij. ru*nli��"ij In the opening <if a Jurpo  lioiU-or cnm-i-riL-rutiriL'or.-. Diiinij.' llu- pint >eur JP01.95 Mas e\-  ..l-w*>_ on tlie iiciv unvnii roa.I unit when tin; nnooniplcicl' ),i.r-  tipsof siinl reinl N i-iiniplCU-il l.v 1 lit- (.'(Merriment, ore ainy bo  iinn led froni.'iliomlrie nt about one-luilf 0/ the cost ol liauhui. over  flreclil 10111I, ,  Ahmrt W toi.�� of eru.lo ore, eorte.l from ll-croncrrrtrfitim; orp,  l' on tlie iiiipcrriumii, fiwfiitiinr i-l>>]imo>il, 11 nil tl-.-rel,. ������ i, lujiro  i|Hanliiv of ore on ill. upper dump. Mhicli iniiy l>u h)ll_i]>cd ).rofit- ,  nblv when liaiuliitt f.ielliue> are i in pro ted upon. .  The development ��orl: on ihe loupMiuuii-', has ni)t shown uji  tlie mine elrnruyier of ore n1- Ihnr (.uirirl in lit* upper uarkuiKh,  ���ttlnrh h'ailK un I.i helicvo iliHt wu linvfl 1101 yet iuiiiousitire.i tlio  main 010 1,0.11 ,  The u-nrt t.f ilevrlomnont hns not uho.rn Up onniinh crnilo  ore for Uie pni|iuitv iota keif .-.import! nit, ami the compi.u.v umiiiIh  Hi this flnl-urtli a ileilWl of fl.O-!',. niul In order If. e.intltimj II1.1  piop.-iu 11 :nii:>--Maii.uf block >inii��l be dispasvd of, ur a lonu  uei;utiiiu-il, - ,     ,  Organized"under the laws of British Colinnbiafjmie 1st, 3908, and specially lim'ited under, Secticm  56*of the Company's Act, 1S97.    Authorized capital'?! ,000,000, divided into 1,000,000 shares of ,the  <   ' .   ��    '  ,    ���        '      <.  ''���par value of $1.00 each:  < Fully paid and non-assessable.    515,021 shares remain in tlie treasury,'  BOARD-OF DIRECTORS;  C. C. Farrell  J,  Pi Farrell. .  D. A. Ayres  Philip Conrad  -    : o President  Secretary  Vice-President  i i '  Resolution  The directors .adopted the following  resolution on June 22nd,' 1910:  , Ou account of the existing "indebtedness and the plan of development to put i,_  a" raise from the lower workings to cornice1-  'with the winze ou the upper level thereby  facilitating the mine;, ventilation and develop the intervening gro.uud.- it is hereby'  ordered   that   50,000  shares ��of  treasurv  . i .  stock be offered lo shareholders at twelve  and a half (12 1-2) cents per,share, applications for said stock to bfc on fy]c ,jn rtjle  office"of the company within 3Q d:i\\s from  date.  \  1 i  ,   i  LOOK UP YOUR JEWELLERY WANTS IN  ���Offi!CATALOGUE - v.    ,-;  and you will readily see how 3-011 can save a large percentage  by sending 3*0111* orders to our mail department. '  Buy at BIRKS in Vancouver j  The finest croods manufactured iu the world.   ' All orders  Fine Racing Program  promptly attended to aud shipped prepaid.  if not entirely satisfactory. p  Money refunded  Henry Birks & Sons,  Limited.  Jeweler}* mail order house  Ceo. E. Trorey, Man. Dir.  VANCOUVER, B.   C.  ' The $20,000 offered by the Spokane lufcerscate Fair ruauagemeut  foe tho week' of October 3 to. 0 is  attracting wide attention in horse  circles. Interest centers tiu the  Spokane Derby, tho prize for  which is .$200.0. rin..b]e:.thnt.rofiany  previous Derby. The field will  probably be the largest in the  Pair's history.  New York���liar silver, (53 cts. <  Lead $4.50.       ."  '  -Eoxdo-v���Lead, '��12, Ss 9d.  Stock Quotations'.  J'l'HXtsilKD Br  liEALK.t   Kl.WELL.  ( '    UU Asked  Aurora   -* ��� 25  Coii^olMuted Smelters CO.OO "   72.00   ,  Cm!. Golilticlds '-I. -.'  North Slur .       '       c," 10  Soeit-ty Girl '2,;  BUSINESS    LOCALS.  May Change Time  j  There may be a change of time  - in the schedule of the Soo-Spokane  trains, both east and westbound.  From information gained the  wcitbound trains will pass  through .Moyio considerably earlier than at present and the east-  bound,will arrive at 9 p. m. instead oi" 5:'20.  At the Churches.  Rode with Dr. Crippen  (    catholic cncRCir  There will be the regular morning and evening services next  Sunday. Morning service at 10  o'clock,    benediction at 7;30 p. m.  REV. FATHER TAVLRNTER,  (Priest)  MICTIIODII-T    CHURCH  Morning service at 11 a. ra. . Sunday School, ,'i p in. Evening ��ar  vice. 7:::0 p. in. A hearty welcome  extended   to till.  REV. H. COOK,  (Pastor)  Misrf'L. Mf. Scott, trained nurse  of llat'uwell Hospital, "Winnipeg,  is ready for engagements of any  kjind. ., Maternity 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.  Powell, Cranbrook. In Moyie on  10th of each monthl  Certificate of Improvements  riM.'-i'Yniiti \.\   ciiL'itcii.  d;iy school and Itible clas��   at    10  a. in.    Evening Service at  7:30. p  m.    A hearty welcome to all.  REV. G. A.  HACKNEY, B. A  (Pastor)' f  "Walter Sorroll,  a  foniiet-  re--i-'  dent of Moyio, but now   living   in j  JSngland, was 11 passenger   on   tho j  same bout with I��r. Crippen when  Crippen   wa-   making   his   oacapo  ironi l.oiidoii to Paii��.  V'd sure   and   take   a  bottle   of  Chamberlain's Oolic, Choluni.  and  '.Diarrhoea Remedywitli you wlren  ' starting on your, trip 'this:summer.  .ft cannot  be ..obtained  on   boni-d ! - :_;'  the ti-ains or steamers.     'Ghrtiiges'i  of water and climate often cause I dysentery is a dangerous dis-  sivddtiii attacks, of diarrhoea aut] lR|lsc but can lie cured.' Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy lias been successfully  used in nine epidemics of dysentery. It has never been known  to fail. It is equally valuable for  children and adults, and when reduced with, water arid sweetened,  M-iriUY i jt iH pleasing to take, Hold by the  ���Moyie'Drug ik, Stationery Co,  NOTICE  Delta Fraction Mineral Claim, situated  in the Fort Steele JMiniiiH: Division of  Kast Kooti-ruy .District.  Where Located: On the Ea.st bide of  Lou er Moj re I.ake.  TAKI5 NOT1CK, that I, Sclu-yti G.  Ula>!oclpl' M. C. No. HM036, acting  as Ai,'ciil for the Consolidated Mining &  SinultiiiifCo., of Canada, Limited, l-'ri-e  Miners Certificate Xo. 1124012, intend,  si.\tv da;, sfrorn the date hereof, to ajijjlj  to the Mining Recorder for Certificate  of flinpioveineiit for the purpose of   oh-  LF IT'S JOB  PRINTING  .. oyie  Leader  Dr. H; E. f HALL  .' l      DENTIST  The Expert Crown  and  Bridge  Worker.  ��� Office over. Mvt Short's  ^ya^ L     Paper       Store  Armstrong Ave.,    * ' Cranbrook  CAN DO IT  This paper is in a position  to supply you with anything-  you may require in office stationery, private stationery,  dance programs, menus, dodgers, posters, stock certificates,  receipt books, .shipping tags  and in fact anything you need  And the price  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.  This hotel is now under new  management, and is first class  in every respect  TAYLOR &- BONNER,  prtoriiiBTOits.  Victoria Street. JIOYIK  FIRE  as  July and August are the two-mosij  dangerous months of the year.  Protect  MISS HELENA HARRISON  Certificated Graduate0of Toronto Conservatory of Music  P. 0. Box 127  -   Cranbrook, B. C.  Will be in Moyie every Thursday.  By taking- out an insurance po^j  in either of the following companies.  tairimj.    Crown     Grant   of   the    above   "j. this lillC  iMorniiiK Service^ 1  a.  m.  Stin-f    An,j fllrLiler ukc.  .lot.c��� Ulnl act;o.r. | will be satisfactory  under Seetion 37,��� must   be .commenced I ��� ���l  before.the issuance   of   such f Certificatel ' '   -.-'-. .''  of Irnprovernent.- .    f- J ' ���  ', Dated tin's 1st day of August,   A.    D,, -j  1.910.   -'.--���  it is, best to bo pre'rared,  A VANCOUV!'*-. l.'IXAXCIM. COR-  1'ORATION* Ol- I'.ooii S'l'A.VO.-xc, -a,  (ba.imn.-i of'appoiirUii..; an afrcnt or firi'ii  of.anent> for the v.il., ���f 'iAscnrvs-'R  i*i>RT Gicf.utciv ;..ik! r-oin-  l'V'-'Ol'KRTIIvS.'    H ���:, i-'.!. ,'ii   ,,  Xiiiy t ,��� b,  i'.. t:  In buying a congh mediciuc,  don't be afraid to get Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Thero is  nb danger from it, and relief is  sure to follow, lispecialiy recommended for cough?, -colds and.  \vlioo[jing cough. For sale by the j  Moyio Drug it Stationery Co.  IF-IT'S-JOB PRINTING:  oyie  FOR  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  of all descriptions, such a9 house  fittings, lamps, .shadea or motor  boat supplies, spark plugs, coils,  batteries-, go to or wrire.'  J. H. RINGROSE  Stanley St.  NELSON  Shamrock Creamery Butter  Shamrock Leaf Lard  Shamrock Hamsf  and  The llnyal Seal r-.igai has been i  before the smoking public for a j  do/.en years. It is made in Xelson j  and can be bought itVneaily,  every tuouutaiii t-owu.  For sale by  grocers and  Imperator Bacon  1 ��� first  cl'i  iSS  CAN   DO IT  -.    i.r>  yi.-\^-.A  All are reliable.  Agent  ,Ltd'i  -��b  MOYIE,  B, c.  jk-. .-"V'^k ��� *-'��>v-*��<V ���*��*���.. ��^*iv ���'"lc>fcv i!S*-f^ii&>;��*-,i'v?^^  ���jr'*r '**" 'Af ���*" ���  -^it��  -/*r'4>


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