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The Moyie Leader Aug 28, 1909

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 \~��*  .>��< -&sCc*i, - i  ./>  '<^-A'    ��� . ,-,f^y  -<  A"  ���^aRki-L tub Latest" ix  '" J[SVSrrELRY She '  r, H. WILSON.  r.ER    ' CRANBROOK  Wi: Make a .^EcrALPY qr  '   Correcting Eye Defects.    WILSON, <  OPTICIAN*  CRANBROOK  MOYIE,  B. C,   AUGUST 2K, 1909.  ��2 A YEAR  E  is  2h�� 5  The  Last Week  t  (��� ��� t  of our special sale of Summer goods.  Prices are being slaughtered to clear  out the last remnants of   the summer  stock of drygoods.   Now is  the time/  to, buy goods, at your   own price at  Three Victories.  S-P-^iC  m  m  FOK (JOAMTV  A ��st,' AA,  Club Special Cigars.'''  ���e h'ave^iust received another case of. this well known  fakd'otcigars.and'will offer'them for sale-while they last  #tW"'followiiYg prices: 1,000.''lots $G5.00; boxes of 2o,  (jlSrliiialler'lots 10,3 for-25 cts.       ���-    , --        ,   ' . .  fj| (iWYNNE'S flAZEtWQOD^P\RLOR.^  Furnished House  ��� i '  1 q t i  .   FOB   SALpEU, . '-^������*���  Only $600."  Terms $75 cash.   ,. $25 per month  * BEALE & ELWELL,    Cranbrook,    B. C     ���  Wj,       ' "' ' , , '   ;.'iAs  3.  ���fl&ZE^&tfS&VEES^  .   '..", China Sale   .,   '   ��� /     , ;  ' ^  ��'or Sale of China. \  * - i ������ *��� it'1  l-Chinawiliibe'kilch'below'cqst.; This is'no 10    '  Ifcor 35 .per cent cut rate sale.'    This lino must -  l-ffe  sold so dbn't.miss this golden opportunity.  Lptlie Moyie Drug & Stationery Co. |  >b��gg�� -BagEaaBKa^aEt��aE>isas"iaq8ai  Robin Hood Flour  | Ask your neighbor how she likes ROBIN HOOD FLOUR.  I When you have once tried it you will  not want   any  other.    Remember.it can only be had at  B>  Wi FITCH'S     REGARDING PRICES  M  fr Shaves  ry$.Wsy  MOYIE'S    LEADING , HOTEL.  Hotel Kootenay  ij   The best of accommodations  ���I   for the Traveling Public.  Large and' Commodious Sample Rooms.  Billiard Rooms.  McTAVlSH & CAMERON  Proprietor?  i  I  I  f  At  Nelson, 'August   20���Score,  -Moyie 11, Nelson 7.  " At  Nelson,   August   21���Score,  Moyio 20, Nelson 3A A  At Rossland, August 22���Score.  Moyie, 18, llos-ilun'd 0.  Tlie ball teams of Nelson and  Rosslaud must have imagined  they were   hit  by  an   avalanche.  The   Moyie   boys   swept every-  ��� ,' ��� ,  thing before them in West Kootenay. The team wa.u made up of  the following: C. Kelly, Geo.  Battell; E. It. Seaton, J.' Ward,  H. Grady, Ray Crissler, E. O.  Kara in, Geo. Morrow, F. Dashbach  and V. Bdrleske. Crissler pitched  the  first  game   iu    Nelson,    and  i  Borleske the second    one   there.'  Crissler   pitched - the  7 Rossland  game.   Grady was catcher for  all  three games.  ,   The Nelson  News   says:  "It  is  only fair to  the   Moyie  team   to  . ,?' ,  say that^they play good ball. It  would take a good team playing  its game to beat' them.. , No team  playing the, wayr,Nelson'=did could  do so,= nor even make a good  showing against them. The Nelson team was .lamentably weak  in' practically every department."  This is what the Rossland  Miner lias^to say: "The .Rossland  baseball team met with the most,  ignomini6us defeat in its history  on Sunday afternoon" at the local  baseball park, being defeated by  the Moyie nine by a score of A?  to nil: The home aggregation  went completely to pieces when  the visitors' made two runs iu  the second and 11 in the, fourth^  in fact3,, the fourth!' made the  diamond;*a sort of a merry-go-  round, so ofceu were the' 'Moyie  boys making-, the round of the  bases, four of them making two  runs each in'this inning. Moyie  as a matter-of-fact ' did not try  very hard after the fourth to get  runs, and began to bunt the ball  and to play all sorts of evasive  tactics, so that thoy - would not  make too many runs. The home  team wants to practice more in  order to be in better shapa for  aggregations like the Moyi3 nine.  As a matter of fact it was no  preat discredit for the home  team to be defeated by so strong  an aggregation as the Moyie ball-  tossers, who are the most active,'  the best fielders, the swiftest base  runners, tho most expert base  stealers, the hardest hitters, and  generally the most skillful players  .that have been seen on tho local  diamond for many moons."  I        GENERAL FLOAT        *  The railway has reached H'��'dley.  '   Vancouver   lias   half -' a   dozen  millionaires.      '  A fair will  be held.in  Prince  Rupert this fall.  Spokane    is     to   have   a   new  theatre to, cost S200.0CO.  Girls,  are    now    employed   in  Portland, Oregon to run elevators.  New Fire Brigade.  &���  >s.->iv-^--h.- ^?>sr->fc:- -e.-.^7^T- f ^^C^nK^  Tn Rossland,���S'mith <k Grefti of  the Hoffman" house have bought  the Hotel Allen.        '     - ,  ���/ji-jjs '<vms~1^ *v*  Ia-s  A���  hi.  used StanfkWs Unshrinkable Ungear  tVlVO    lias    usx-ai   w- _ . mni-fi  -������   apiu^oiiB -wu-u   >^   ..r-_- . is  softer  ancl more  t W* ^1 ask for it again :'��� reason?,, thai- iy  j.*   ilonge,   Heavy woip.��n^ayfc-o;Aglator       ,.  A  3 tunc to get-.you-T size;        NYocarr^A        ....  ictus shoes and 20 Century Clothing-  ^The city of Trail' intends "installing ' an    independent', water  system.',    .0    ��� <     '  S; A. Scott, formerly of Moyie,  is now manager of a 30-day Shorthand College in San 'Francisco.  ,  ���  ' It, is annouueed that the railway commission will hold sittings  in Nelson on or about Nov. 1.    ,  The , Great Western Smelting  Co., with a capital of $o60.000' has  been,formed in 'Frisco to. operate  in this province.    ,         *'",. /  The Ladies' Home Journal receives $4,000 for a si'ngle^page advertisement, said to be the highest price �� charged, by any  magazine.      ^    ,  Pat Burns says that; -wheat is  crowding cattle out "of ,.Alberta,  and if it continues that 'province  will some day have .to (,import  some of its meat.   ,       I ������  ���The sixth annual convention, of  the Alberta'and Easteiyn B. C.  Press ^Association will be held  this,yearin Edmohtonl ou Sep'-  tember Oth and'lOth'.     ^ a  *  ��� ��� - '���--      --j. VHO-     ' ���'  A Masonic lodge was-regularly  instituted ' at Creston Thursday  uight. Up until now the lodge  has been working under dispensation.    It is No. n4-  Wells in Linej  W. C Wells of Nelsoi will be  the next lieutenant governor of  British Columbia, according to  authentic advices recei.-ed at Victoria. Hon. James Dunsmuir,  the present incumbent, ' asked  some two months ago to be relieved and it is likely, that his  [resignation will taki effect in  'about five weeks' time. Mr.  Wells was commission^' . of lands  and works in' the Dunsmuir and  Prior governments 'from 1901 to  1905. '  .  "^^^rl^PURNISHER  i    Imperial Bank of Canada.. .;  �� '      ���    . ���        "Ll       A ..4-l.r.i.ia.fid--: *      'P        A <U  A SiicFForger.  .A clever forger did a thriving  bttsiuess in Cranbrook and Moyie i  this week. A peculiar feature  was that he used the same name  and the same amount on each  cheque. Each .cheque was for  $07.40 aud was made payable to  '���Heo. Black." The name of A. E.  Watts was,quite cleverly forged.  "Black" raised over $300 in Cranbrook by his clever scheme, , but  worked off only' one ��� cheque in  Moyie, a hotel being the victim.  The man was dressed ; like a  lumberjack and in every, case  claimed the cheque was in payment for work. He has made his  get away and is probably over in  the United States long before this.  0.  J. Johnson Ii Home.  To Vote on  Capital  Authorized-  Capital Paid Up���--   $10,'   -5,000,000  Capital Pam up  ���.....-r,.000.000 ���  Rest- ; "~"~TTI,v    "'cranbrook-'   Arrowlie-id,            .   . |  BUHBUHIS  HKiriSH  CO U�� ��U elstoke. v(CIor.a,.ul Vancouver        ��� g  GC,Won. Kamloops Micihel, Nelson, lu-  S-ivines Bank Department. |  g           ���*.  ni-rurrent rate from  date  of |  Interest allowed on deposits at cuuer |  deposit.                                          ���n nflds of the World. ��  I     Drafts and Money Orders sold on all parts |  I                              .   '              ,       m   PlNKHAMp Manager. _%  The election for the new officers  in the Moyie Miners' Union will  be held next Saturday, September 4th. Nominations will be  closed at tonight's meeting. On  the day of the election a ballot  will also be I taken which will  settle the question as to whether  ot* not the union will build a hall.  This will leave the matter to a  popular vote of the members.  MacEachern & Macdonald are ���  still giving 25 per cent discount 1  in children's school ��h $*  After being away from Moyie  since last November, OP J. Johnson returned yesterday from his  trip through the southwestern  states. He spent most of his  time in California, Nevada, Colo-  ado and Arizona. A good portion of his time was spent in  prospecting, and he made several  locations in the last mentioned  state. Mr. Johnson is one of the  original owners of the Aurora  mine. ,,'    .    ,0 - a  G6=0p. Sale Is On.  A 10 daj''s: assignee sale is  going ou at the Moyie Co-Opera-  tive store. The sale started Wednesday and is being conducted  by H. Miller of Nelson, who is assisted by Ed. Bergland, the former manager. The ^tock is being  cleared out at a rapid rate, and  considerably over three-fourths  of it is gone already.  Haywood will Be Here.  It is now almost a. certainty  that former secretary Haywood  of the Western Federation of  Miners will be here on Sunday,  September 5th. He will address  the people in Morley hall, to  which an admission of. 25 cents  will be charged.  Harold Chapman���Chief. i  ' 1 1 v  H. A. Deagon���Assistant chief.n  ' Thos. Hare���Captain.  F. J. Smyth���Secretary.  J. P. Farrell���Treasurer.  The-e are the principal officers  in Moyie'a new volunteer fire brigade. t But over 50 persons jjlat;ed  their names on the li->t and  pledged themselves to -give their  best  support, to  the   cause.    The  * 1  number, who turned out last Sun-  day afternoon to reorganize the  brigade was a surprise to all.  The two fires in town within the  past week or two probably- had  its effect in stirring the people to  r r ,  action. " - ,   ���     �� ���   -  It  was   called'as ' a'.-boardr  of  1 '        ������  trade meeting, but this  was  soon  adjourned for the more important  ����� ��� ,   -',  wprk  that was    to   follow.     R.  Campbell tendered his resignation  as chief, saying that he wished to  be relieved of that responsibility.  Harold Chapman was  unanimously elected to fill the vacant  position. ��� Tuesday  evening   another  meeting was held in the   fire  hall'  aud considerable'1 more  work (was'  planned.     A  finance    committee  was    appointed  to  devise    ways  and means or raising  additional  funds.'   It ,was 1 decided  to   purchase at once three  more  lengths  hose, some lanterns,  buckets and  axes, and.to   put  the  fireball  iu  better   repair.. ��� Men , were ���. also  selected ;for the   different    positions. i.The   treasurer  has  $64.45  on hand,'but it is the inteution toi  give- some   entertainments , and  some dances during  the  fall  and  -winter months and add  considerably to this arnounc. . Tho,brigade  Starfcs onfc   -with    bright   pro-rpooM  and it is the duty of every property holder to be Johnny-pn-the-  spot when any assistance is required.  The brigade made two or three  trial runs last evening, and afterwards held a meeting in the hall.  It was then decided to order two  rubber suits for the nozzlemen, to  purchase lumber for repairing  the fire hall and to procure two  bras3 castings of the same thread  as used on the hose of the St.  Eugene company. This will  make it possible to use the company's hose in case of a big fire  and it is needed. The -Moyie  Electric Light company agreed to  install a light in the fire hall aud  furnish a light free of charge.  For the immediate raising of  funds a subscriptiou list will be  circulated among the business  men in town. The committe appointed to go around with this  list is composed of A  W  \\'l  THE7RADE OFTHE GREAT WEST  OVERALLS  NONE BETTER, ,  Guaranteed  to give  1 0  satisfactorv service-  f  S��  \\f    ��� M-"  JSS 2t^-S-^ifcSs'i  No   matter   what    overalls  you  liave been in the. habit of wear-  ing* or how, much  they cost, you  *���      ,��� ,  do   not know;   satisfaction  until  you wear ������      .    ��� ���       ' .  MIS   ~��   n��  K-Of R    Garments.  &  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa,  fa  fp  (h  fa  fa  fa'  fa  rfa  MacEachern & Macdonald.   fa  * a-        ��� ��� - '���.'.,���';������     fa  ������������^"^������j*rv -^-jy-^"-^:  Masons Install   Offices.  The newly elected officers of  Selkirk Lodge No. 55,' A. F. and  AlM., were installed' Wednesday  evening by District Deputy Grand  Master A. B. Fenwick of Fort  'Steele. , The officers installed are:  G. T. McGregor���W. M.  ���  1 Harold Chapman���S. W.  - Sdm Potter���J. W;  r D. A.( Ayres���Secretary^  R.  McDougall���Treas.  1   JI. O. L. Saifc-I.'.G.  ' J. H. llawke���Tyler. .    ,  Besides ,>' the district deputy  grand master there were several  other prominent visitors yfrom  outside Jodc" *-upfp thnt evenine.  among them being M. A.. Beale of  Cranbrook, W. J. Cook of Creston  arid G. G., Jewell of Fernie. ' Re-  freshments were served.  School Term Begins.  .I* ,    ,  The    Moyie  school  opened  for'p  the talbterm last Monday  morning.   There  were  20  children in,  the, senior'room ��� and  35  in  the  junior room.     Some  40  children  were turned away oti account "of  the   lack   of  school accouimoda- "  , ,   ,     , * '  tions. and theseowill be 'compelled  to run the streets until such' time  as^ the'  government  provides ( a  school room for them. '  Interesting Evening, Planned:  Police  Want Smith.  P.   Macdon-  The Police of Vernon have offered a reward of $250 for the arrest of Alex Smith, who is wanted  in connection with the burning of  the Okanagau hotel, at Vernon,  in which eleven lives were lost  Tt i3 said that Smith disappeared  from 1-Vernon immediately after  the (ire. ' He is 5 feet 6 inches in  height, smooth shaven, of daik  compjection; pale face, with a  hole on the left jaw, 35 years old.  slim build, and weight 160 pounds.  '   A. platform   meeting   will "be,  ! hold in  Morley  hall   next  Thnrs-,,  day evening at 8  o'clock.     There  will   be special  music and  songs  and four  smart  and -interestiag  addresses will be given by:  Rev. G. T. Chenoweth, B. A.,  of  Michel.  Rev. R. nughes, Craubrook.  Rev. J. F. .Rutherford,   B.   A.,  of Creston.  Rev. W. L. Hall,  B.  A.,  B.  D.,  of Fernie.  Rev. J. H. White, D." D., will   be   ^  chairman. Everyone     should  come out.     Every  citizen  of  the  town'cau't  afford  to  stay  away   '  for  the  subjects' will  be  of  the  greatest interest to Moyie people'.  Breaking Window  Glass.  Football is a delightful game,  a  healthful    exercise   and   a   good  ipasstime,    but    like   everything  aid, V. Desaulnier,  J.  P.  1?an'ell>! eise it should be kept in ics place.  H. A. Deagon, Frank Rausome  P. F. .Johnson, A, G. Moukhouse  and Sam Potter.  Moyie  Brewery   Sold.  The ownership of the Moyie  Brewery ..changed yesterday., It  is now in the hands of Andrew  Mueller of Spokane and Harry  Hesse of Coeur d'Alene . city.' Mr.  Mueller is a brother of Julius  Muellerpthe. former owner. The  new proprietors have had pleuty  experience in the business, and  there is' no question about the  prodncj of the brewery being  kept to its present high standard.  August Mueller will remain in the  Kootenays for several clays and  will return tn Regina, where his  parents reside.  Creston Labor Day.  Creston is offering big attractions for Labor Day. There will  be $500 in prizes. There will be  horse, pony and squaw races, and  all kinds of athletic sport*. The  Moyie baseball team will be there  to play Cranbrook. Special  brass band in attendance^ "Cheap  excursion rates.  Morley's New Building.  The game was never intended to  be played ou the , inain street of  a town with windows on all sides.  Within the past week or two  several windows were broken, aud j town  the window iu the  was ouo of them.  S. F. Morley has let the con- ,  tract for his new building in  Moyie to Messrs. 'Baker & Ban-  field, of Cranbrook. It will be  built just south of his present  building, and will be 25 1-2 x -10  feet iu size. It will be two stories in height, but the upper part  will not be finished for the  present. The. first floor will bo  divided into two stoves, and will  I be for rent. Mr, Morley was in  Thursday    arranging   for  Baseball   Tomorrow  Leader  office j iutu\jer and other material.  Conservative   M  jetmg  Called,  There will be a ball game tomorrow afternoon A at Aldridge  park, when the Hos.merjteam will  play the Moyie team,, ,ru" ""���"���  is.called for 2 o'clock.  The game  There will be a meeting of tho  Conservative club in the Leader  office next Monday evening ab.-S.  o'clock, and a 'full ���:attendance' of  the members of. the" party, is desired.  SSrS3��s  We. call attention*  to the fact that  we have received  some very stylish  suits of the  RELIANCE   BRAND  and before purchasing your fall suit you. would  do well to look over these goods.  THE DAY LIGHT  STORE.  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j have  both   done-good   work   as!       ^Xt  JaOUSrV     VOU   will    appreciate *MI.OS«
duels  of   Moyie s  volunteer  lire, * J i
fruits vou. aro now about to preserve.    To t'ullv apjpv-
There    has    been   considerable/bri^ide.     'J'hey 'worked without j   i inmo ,wii.iin; nmv iiuutiuu [JTOcrvo.      loiymv
■oppo-irion to Sunday  ba*?fball  in ,' remuneration ■ ami   they worked /   \ciate (htfln ,y,ou must Juive the best   '  MYouotC.
Fernie. .Ajiche'  and  Ilosmer,  and [faithfully. '   ,', , y , ."
'"on this  subject   the Fernie  Free I
°n the UnitC(| ?»
rlrTnnF^n?™* ^^ ^^ C0UnX^> bought and Sq!h "^
lU'gtilar'   nieptiiiRsi ■;
on the  tir.*-t   Wed- j
ni'-silaj'"    '<.»f    each i ,
inoutli. , i
Pre?s has- ,the'following to say
i   i
,A fellow, entered a grocery store I
m,        .",'», l • !the   other   day   and    asked   the
There id a large element in   any y
,  A,.,.     , ..    !,   ; ,. Ipropuetor if  he had  any   dates,
civilized com inanity that discouu-1 ,.   •
'    , , „ , , .  p        j -1-"e   proprietor   said  he  did  not
tenauces ganieb  of any land on , .      •.    '"
■ , „,,/.,-,        i "are any, as his wile had jnot  vet
Sunday.   CpHecliveiy,   rhe   chur- ^ -     -
p                        .    .       i gone on her summer vacation.
,ches are tue chief  representative.-., ,  o^_  "
oi; this class.   The temper of their ;     Seattle is making a  big ' success
.opinions    varies   from   .tyrannic Pof ■   her       a.-Y.-Pp    exposition.
bipotrjp, to   passive   disapproval, j Brit)-42l    .Columbia ' and'   Canada
^There is also, in every community, rnfenendly has done its  full  share
an   .element   that    regards   the j in makin-g it a- SUCCeS3.    Now'r\ve
Sabbath, witli  a 'less ,reverential .shall see'if settle and"the States
feeling and .they too vary  in de-!,vi],^   reciprocate * and'boost   for
ygree of thought  from the  frank j Winnipeg'a fair 1012.     W  ■>*
and   perhaps   defiant   scoll'er   of |   t ——-».—-—   ■
ySnuday observances   to   the   iu-.j     '■Therei   has "been  a ptv„onderfnI
.different, or  carele's?  citizen  who j falling of! in the  amount of  lead
readies, ,
Pt-,u*h Plums,
('.I'L-cii Giijje IMinn*
'Itajia;t, l'runo*!,.
I?ancy Laryi; Ulbcrtas,
„4 l^askt't orates, i
4    "   ,
No. 1 Weallhv's
JA-r I)ov
lvr ciittc"
!Vr     "   ,
lVr !.(i\
-P 15
2.25 '
.Visiting brt'thern A\elccme.
1 ' ])
M'e wlll'liave plenty—tlie very best-Quality—to take
,    ' care of all orders.
* . G-'et  the habit,        Go to
■' , . '  ,        **, ' '   >
ros& Co,.:
ti f
P T. .Mt'(irogor, W. M.      '.   ]1tc.4-   rVU \ n \r    ,,      ','
) A. Ayii*, Secretary,     i J "^L     1 liinK   i^Jg«lar' watcljus, .<r.Jc| -and ..„„,,„
'      for :} years by 400 of the hmVn^ .^velU-rsiu f.'an.-,
t      ■ 15 jewel 0 size, 25 year hunting case, '520.00° ""
15 jewel 16 size, opet face'20 year case! SI550
Our special men's watch at $io.OO is good value   '
Wo invite you to exuiriino our sioclc.
, Practical  Watchmaker- ancl Jeweller.
"Victoria St.; Bgutlil '    '     ( ,  'MOYIE
•Moyie  -Miners'   Union
;     ■   "No. 71   W. F. of Ma
, MPets in McGrcpor hull evrry Sattir-i
j diry'' oveniriu. Sojourning member* j
j tire o'onlisdlv invitc-tl to nt'.t-nd. ' ,   I
j Malcolm .Mc.Veill Jnmea '-Robert.i *
,       ■ Pri'M'tlwur Secretary |
s *
Rarvey,   , McCartei\ &
•   Ma'cdonaldi'
Biirrtetero, Soliciloxs, XolarieH, Etc.
J .Granhrooli,;
b. c;
Plain Proof.'
= i
k's  that individual  choice'is [produced"   in  -British    Columbia!".   "T'le mofcr01' cai' " fascsiipprsed-1 flOTpr
ing the horse/'   ■' ' fiv/Xl^lj,
the best arbiter.    We have all  of
athese'class.es in J'^ernie
jW. F. GURD,      '  ;
!'        BAKKlSTliK: SOLICITOll,  ETC:
since   1900.      In    that year' this
province '    produced „ .03,338,(521
I've no doubt of it..   1  found a
piece of rubberrttire   in  my  saus-
/0-3 pounds produced in 1908, or a J mu
falling   oif  to the,extent of''20,
Coming Events. :.„
-■-"-"•- * x- «_.,"■■••'.•"-"■•»-*, piece or ruooer"tire   in  my  saus
,  'l,t may be laid down as a, broad', pounds, as compared wioh -13,190,-1 age this morning."—'The    Pohem
general     principle   that    a  man   ■-'■■■ "«""'i-* ■"•—•'■-—>--  •"-""• ll,in' '    ■■
should   be   tit   liberty   to  spend
'  '   ' '        '       '• , ,    , ' ■
Sunday as he  pleases  as  long  as J 102;SSS pounds
his actions do not interfere in nor
'conllict,\yith the any rational 6b;
P*-crvanees of the  day by  others
•The davs of the "Blue Laws are
The  law/ with  regard  to
The pl-ize l;s'fc for Nelson's  seventh annual   Frutt   Fair   is '.'.out.
Thid 100 page booklet was printed
by the News Ftiblishing-CJompany,
Sunday as'Avith. regard   to   any, ?nd the ^ook. an'd covei' 'were  de-
thwg   else., "must   be   respectea.' slBned-and compiled by Geo; Jlors-
£>(lfc   When     it Lb    incei-\jiaonLiuii   Ol ■' tfiH.tl.ri-f ^olsnn ..-«'J^«  tv/ii-L-. \yonld
thelawisin   doubtpthere is  no; be a.'creai('' to many a  city'mueli
j-eoson why feeling should   be  en- J IarSer than Nelson. v      , ■
gendered between classes. * r, ■
A ihan is allowed to'go fishing!     T'JB     peoiJ,e'of    -^loyic have
^ I selected a new chief in the  person
on Sunday.    lie may amuse him-
self    privately  if  he  so   pleases.'.
Why men collectively should  not j W wichont P«-y anri is a thankless
I of -Mr. Harold 'Chapman.    The job
Spokane (>Interscate  Fair,  September 20th to '23.'    o     '   '" '   '
■ ^\"estminster';Fair, October 12th
to 10th. - y     '
Nelson Fair. Sept! 22, to 23th.
Cranbrook Agricultural  Society
. Fair, Sd'ptetnber 11th and'loth".
Wctoria's1* Annual    KxLibiciou
■September 20th to 23th.1
Labor D$y,—Creston,  Rossland
and Fernie.    .September 0th.
A^eeting. of   Forestry   Commission, Cranbrook,  beptember   14th
aud 15 oh.
 l.     i>
I      This hotel is    now under  new
management, and i.s first class
,in,every respect.
Victoria Street,, l
B. C
DR. F. B. MILES,    ,   '   |
"   ,- '
Cranbrook,   -     K B.C.!
T. T,. McViU.t*,C.li.; V L. S. II.' Y. 1'il'rl.er',' t
tion  is hard  to  understand,
they are  not  breaking  any  law I
nor    interfei ing"  with  others  in
! .,     -i      .    .       ■     ^ ! one at best
spend the day m inuocont reorea-1
[f, everyone to pull with  .Mr.   Chap
jmanand'reuderluiaand  his sub j
! ordinate    officers    every  possible
j.1   •      , ,,    , .      i assistance.
their  chosen   method  of  passing:  ... .
the day they have a right to free-,    A good  many pe0ule  are  now
dqm from iufcarference. | complaining about' their' children
As    above  stated,   professional j being sent home  from  school on
bill is out  of  the  question.     So ■ account of the lack of accommoda-
alrioare games at which  a^ fee  is | tions, vet when  it   comes   to  al-
, charged to spectators.     Rut ama- j tending  a  meeting  for  the  pur-
teur baseball, played without  ob- j pose of bettering these condition-.
trusivc noise or display is another J none    of    them    attend.      What
matter.   I 'ware do they expect then?
Watch outbuilding boom. !     .Tudge P,. S. Lindsey,   the   noted
_-. j "kid's judge"  and  reformer  from
The fall   fairs  will   soon   open j Colorado,    declares   that  Denver
Have an apple. . ,owea   itd    ,alvatioa   tij   woman.s
" "    " | suffrage.    Washington sulVragi-,t-
Look notupon the wine when it j have seized upou  this  -ta-cmen*
is red.    Take gin.     ^ 'and will   make  it   the  sloga,,   iu
itlieir  c-oming    campaign   for   the
Have you  thought  about  your ' ballot, in view of the many  H-an
fire insurance? ^ .'d.rls that have   ,ome   to  ]i„ht  iv '
A rt„, club JL;; will be  a ^ U^™™«» !
.ood thing.    Lefc  the   go.l ^m^J^^^Zl
Provincial Lixd Sorvkvlvo
'    ' Estimates Furnished,
I'^ortSteele P. O. Pox 23. i
Cranbrook P. O. Box'11.
__ i George R' Thompson; ^ I
I'rlp.r.T I , ' o     , c ''     M
I'AiiHisTKK,   SoLirn-ort
NOTAK.Y FV'13LK',.i-C-,
3RANBROOK,       Biutish' Cou.'iiniA I
Embalmer and Undertak-ur,        '  'i
Phone 9.  " CItANBIfOOK •
,   Why Pay; More
■*   i i
,         O l * ~ "
O ur stock ds-i t!i,e hardest in the district, and Ih:
>.   ' best .assorted.
' I I
1 '    C IJ v
i " v-
Our aitu hns'ahvny-? i>,ecli; to stock suc.'i ilh>i<t.
",     .    p vi-ry-<lny pt'opk'call'fwr rvojy-'tav. »'
'    ,   ' <■'<
Common Chairs
■ .>.';-
, Silling just now at 36 cents.'   Limited numbers to
1 o ' l
'   ' each   customer.
K-*i   JMy
Xmv   ifc   is   «I>   to   SFjNIJ YOL'lt    WOJIK   TO   thK| A,"e Y(jU T,,1'"kijl
All White Labor.
j of Buying ;i T,y]iewritor?
ftoufi 'IO)..  Notahv PunLIf,   J'Ac.
Cranbrook    Co-Operafive
L^ave work with the    local agent
Thos. Summers
C'Kaios   Tobacco,   lA-uit  and
V±=$4 A-^«^Jir.|m*/-5?t
• ••V' .
S»v5 'i» /^WiT^Ui^*^
At il OT IK, over Postoffice, Tttes-
jday afternoon and "SVedaesday
| morning every week.
oyie Beer-
I As made by the present brewer i.- ;iJinialii,'yi,V I
,Lie-t P.eei in Fast Kootenay.   With the Be-t Malt JI
and the^Pni-c-ft Spring "Water it i? iitu'Mcllnl te J.
Quality." Jii>ist on having-Moyio Bi-or. '    j
'^/ vy i
pfp,. '*,-'
TOVh,    XCVnONS    PTC.
South   Victoria   St.
... 30   YEARS'
and    that    they   knOw   how   to! "'^M'
.    Wliaf * the matter >ith   Mbyie."|'seriitcb. t]lQ 'ballofc/    In  fact,  ]ie i
asking, the C.   P.   R.yto  build   itb |'afctrib^es   his   .election    to   the
tptu-i-A.'hotel here? . ' .      Py! ben.c]l  to .women's  votes   almost
■"'•■'  -=-•- -•- -.'   ''■'   "..   ■'' j.Bnitirfy., Silking that'ho   hasal-
Cresfcon.    Fernie, and   Possland | ^^ been   °W0™d V "tbe  in-j
are celebrating L;lbor   Day.     i>ay I teresfa"in Denver. i, ]
your money and'take your choice.
$125.       EASY"    PAYMENTS.
Ag-eut        .-_.     Moyie,'    'ivouwnnt n si\li.~]
~ •~-:: -' : t0  d;ll(<   tailor  llilldc    Mli!,cn|
i;ui:1 '»^"-H o„r spring «,,„„
Tf.ade Marks
Copyrights */c.
nun* fi„,:. oi,i,istV.A",, . -,-,  ,l"""""'on fi'tonia
Ksalo's 'Payroll.-
_Kootenaian:;   Tl,e     public  and
|        A h«ri-!3..s>,.|y lllnslv,-;!,,.-!   IVO.Stiv.      I -A '('JZir
™f»P;,f «>'.«• mricn.i/lo J,...riml.    T ,'"rms%■) ,i
Kootenai an: , If   shouting   and;
yelling willget a   town   a. tourist f , 4 W_1U
hotel,.Nelson is entitled to a dozen ! bigh ^f;lloo,s    reopen   (igniti   next
of. them. j Monday.    Several years ago.Avhen
■— „ , j Hilly JicAdaias was   running  the
Parry K.   Thaw,   sent   bac-1---  to!Kandon'   ^ystrouk.   he   pre^u-ed;
. M,,#-..«„„.„ . , , an announcement of   the   i-f-onr,,,
;MuUeu*aua asylum, says he   will ; ilIg of the.Hehoo]s b    statir^  ^ i
^P  up   His   %ht   f„r     liberty.'Kaelo\vould3oonoL^^nvft
V» el/f doesn't tlmt show tbat he'y'ji-    payroll.    ..Il,nv    times   havo'J
t'o' jAJA -       , chanfjed
Muiiti & Co.s^B^-^y.-NfiSty'YnrSi
K-r.l,PhO„!t.,    .'-Si  i.^,W,^.;,„;;j«:|.l'y
Fruit.-• and V;';
A.--..B. Stewart
, , •      .  -  . J'. F. JOJIWSTOJf
"•lore oivlenn- ,,1M M ],,.,-,.      '
We   guarantee all
Our Work.
(Jean.nLp .   '•"pai,-i,is:;ui() |a     the jtsest Brands of Liquors and Cig^:i
■" ... . :.. y' ■■• ^ ■ p ■■■ , a .   |
Till^H°tel is New and well FurnisHed W
Tables are Supplied with the Best tw<
Market affords. The Bar is. Fille.d witfl.
■Prices' Right
"'■nrr^^     AI<;1'ch;i»t   TailQl
A .VI l
With  CO-oi'KKATIVK S-10-;.'.;s   fM
CllASIMOOK.li 0.
$4.00 Per Year.    Slngie Copy, 10 Cis.
Jssi;i:i) WKKKI.Y.
Sample 'Copy .Free.
ALUF.ttT,i. BOiaii,   •■       i'fi!l,irti;f.-|' ■ ''
. UKSAUi.N.iicit   iinos    i.
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|Urgo   .ample   room    itl -' co.u.o,,;,,,,
! with l.onMt  for-cn,,,,,,,.^]^, ;;)(,^  ];( ^
■, Of a-;c(ir/ii;)0,lut.ioii.
| J.It;i,iJfJi,J,,.ti,r,s   Ulf   (Uiu^
I. rnensiu! „„",) Mi,,„1L. lM(1|1-
General Con tractors, -Builders
and Repairers
Esiiiiiafcs Clit'crl'uily JAirMsliA
oyie, Be G.
, "'3H' >' _tff  '4  B*1 '��vigs  '    ' ;^.-.  i pa':1  TTIE LEADER, 3IOYJK UKITISTI CUi.l.^.j...  fr^-a^Wi ������tl.  gffTfMVaTWi JVawlft  History   of  Amber.  Apf  iff *^  % *, ^  Sbraj,  Though amber is an article ol  -veryday lf-o, its origin is still a  mystery. That it is thousands of  years since it was (ir-,t brought  to man's notice is proved by tlie  -fact that it was made  into  orua  rv vrtTzj\- .jJ..AJ-yjS>j-.-aLT-  Smiths Will Gather.  It your name Smith'- Ji" it i-\  you are .wanted at the Alaska-  Yukon-Pacific Exposition, September 2, to take part in the  Smith Family Day festivities-  From high and low, from near and  merits long   before   the   Christian I far the Smiths are going.    Seattle  -**ra.     Harvesting  amber was  an j boasts of several   thousand, ancl  occupation "iu   Nero's  time,   and  there are records which state that  kt  he sent an expediton to the Prussia amber-bed--, from which it re'  turned with thirteen' thousand  pounds of the substance.  That it is similar to the vegetable resins, and, in all probability  <lerived from various extinct  coniferous trees, is all that can be  said of its composition.  The people', who earn their  ���livelihood by gathering amber on  the shores of the Baltic Sea work  f in the roughest weather. When  �� .the wind blows -in from the f sea,  f| as it often does' with terrific vio-  jff lence, the boulders are tossed and  f^f-itumliled at the bottom,,and great  ^���^uantities of sea-wreck ^ are  ''^���twasheJ up on the beach. This te  ;'the harvest of the waders, for  hidden in the roots and' branches  Jaf the seawoetl" lumps of the  precious gum,may be fotud.  , j'JEc. other parts,of the coast divers go, crawling on the bottom of  the sea for the lumps of amber  bidden in seaweed and. under  rocks. , 1"c is believed that once a  great pine forest flourished here,  where the great biilows 'roll, and  that amber is "the gum. excluded  from the trees. *rJi v  y ,The .finds' are very variable;  ranging from lumps a- _big as a  man's head,to particles like grains  of sand. The larger 'piece*; are  found jammed in'rocks' or in  tangles of marine vegetation.  (���- Divers .work from four to five  |��-.' liours a day<in &U seasons-,, except  t$   v/keti the sea is blocked with ice.''  '    Archbishop    Dontenwill. ��� , '  the other cities of the northwest  are apparently as' strong in  Smiths in proportion,    ,  'Unique Smiths of all descriptions are at a premium aud if you  happen to be a Smith with some  particularity all of yOur own, you  may be able- to get special inducements. Prizes will be given  to the oldest Smith, the youngest  Smith, the prettiest young lady  Smith, the homeliest man Smith,  and so on through tho whole list'  of unusual members of tho family.  We can print for you  \fy>*  Archbishop Dontenwill, superior  general .'of the Oblate fathers  throughoutAhe world,.arrived in  New Westminster this week after  absence    of   many  months.  6--.au  ""sinee he was in British   Columbia  before" he  has    succeeded .to* his  1$ new   office   in    Home  and  lately  ^fe'lias    n���,.���'   irnA-oliiic    in   various'  '���"if  i*'s>.A..,  H  &��  office in  been traveling  parts of the United States,' visiting members of tlie Roman Catholic order of which''he is head.  This is-the fir*t visit of a superior-  general of the Oblates since 1 SO 1,  when Father faultier came to  l'.ritish Columbia.  The   visiting   cleric  announced  this morning that   no  permanent  appointments had yet been  made  of an archbishop  for Vancouver.  Various  reccommendatiotts   have  been made by  the  authorities  of  the church in  Canada and  until  .these aro   acted   upon   in  Home  IRev. Father Welch of  Vancouver  ���is acting head of the  archbishop-  Next week Archbishop Dontenwill will pay a visit to Vancouver.  While he is  iu  Westminster  the  Oblate fathers will hold  a  week's  retreat.      Members  of  tho order  from  all  over  the  province will  be present.     From British Columbia his grace  will  S��  to   Quebec,  where ho will spend a short  tune,  ancl   from   thero   will   travel    to  Mexico.    As priest'and   preacher  in   Vancouver  and  Westminster  lShis grace holds  a  ��"��>''��   PlftC0  1M  the hearts of the Catholic  people  of the two cities.      1-Ioceptio.w  ��>  hia honor will be arranged in both  cities within the next fortn.ght.-  Vanconver Province.  What the Circus Made.  Ringling Pros., ciicu.s showed  iiv Vancouver last week, and it is  estimated that thoy took ahont,  322,900 in hard cash out oE, the  <i\iy'. The circus came up across  ' the line one day and returned tlyP  ���"iinxti. The receipts from the Uo  performances brought in *2/.;����".  The Province thus deals with it.  Atingling Bros., in account with  Vancouver-To the city as fee lor  the privilege of lifting tho aforesaid *27,500, the generally admitted '-modest sum of  delicacies for tho actors, can  goods  for  the  laborers   and  hny  $:U)00:   tn  ,,rk.   *;,00:  work'  Letterheads, Envelopes, -Memo  "     '" Forms. '   ���  Bills of , Fare,  Invoices, 'Business  I *t L  o    ���  '     bards,'   .  livery thing in fact,  A  'As cheaply, neatly and quickly  I:  As anyone else.  Call us up by  telephone  and  wTe  will send around; or if you  prefer call on dis  The Aloyie Leader,  WHAT IS MOKE BEAirrTFUI,  THAN 3IOTID2K  LOVK?  A mother's worries tiro many. Sho  sometime*, for.icts lier own Lod.ly dis,-  comforts b"cu**.o of hor ovfrpoworiiij*;  love for the child. Shu becomes broken  down, sleepless, nervous, in liable and  fools' tirc-d from morning until night.  Many mothers of cviwrienoc can tell you  that at such a, time they ha\ e bo^n relieved, benefited and strengthened and  put into proper health by taking a prescription .which their mothers had told  theiri was tho only woman's tonic to br>  taken at such times. Dr. Tierce's Favorite 1'rescription has enjoyed an enviable reputation fur over a third of a. century. In all that timo it ha��, sold moro  largely in the United States than any  other tonic for woman's needs, and today its sales are greater than over.      '  In favor of Dr. Tierce'? medicines is the  frank, conlidinij, open, honest'statoment  of their full composition, giving every Ingredient in plain Eagll^i, without fear of  successful criticism and with confidence  that the good sense of the afflicted will  lead them to appreciate this honorable  manner of confiding to tbem what they  are taking into their stomachs when  making use of thorse medicines.  ALCOHOLIC TONICS.  A great many women feeling the need  of a itonrc take a cocktail, whisky, or  what is piit as had. some widely adver-  ti-ed compound, containing a large percentage of alcohol. Doctor Pierce's  medicines, aro guaranteed to he entirely  free from alcohol or narcotics���made of  roots which cannot harm the inosit deli-  eatq'system ,but have a wholesome, life-  giving, tonic-effect upon the svstem  Tonics made largely of alcohol interfere  with the digestion, of certain foods'and  as do��es increase the nlepho! absorbed gets ,  Int-o the blood and fjhnnk�� the red,btood  corpuscles. As the blood feeds the nerves  .the nerves get Improper nourishment and  the (mother becprnes' nervous. As tho  nerves'suiter so does'the skin.  Hotter stick to a health-giving tonic  ���that has in tho past third of a century  sold more widely than any other.    '  ,', opex as Tin: DAT.   ' * -   -  What Dr., Pierce's Favorite Prescription   is  made of.   Its  ingredients   are;  Golden  Scab roo't,  Lady's .Slipper'root,  [{lack Cohosh root,  Unicorn root, Bluo *  Cohosh root, Chemically Pure Glycerine.  Iloftart A. Hare, M: "D., University of  Pa.,.��ays'of (rolden Seal���''Good in all  catarrhal conditions, as uterine catarrh,  leticorrhuja, etc." Prof. John King in tho  'American Dispensatory says ,of I'.lack '  Cohosh root���at^athT "important ingredient in "Favorite Prescription-." "By Us  spe,cia! aflinity for the female organs, it is  an efficient agent jn suppression, tn dysmenorrhea it is surpatsxctl hy no other  dnuj, being of Greatest utility in irritative and congestivo, conditions of * tho  appendages, characterized by dragging  pa'ns, etc."  Prof. King says of Unicorn root, "havo  found this plant to R0*tcs*> a decidedly  benefical intluonce, in' cases of lassitude  with unalcne8*5'm* dull ppin in tho renal,  ' or lumbosacral Ismail of the hack) rp-jiQa.  It is ono of our mo^t-valuable1 agents,  J acting as a uterin^ tonic, and gradually  removins abnormal cotidp���:on.s, wliilo at  the same timo it imparts tone and vigor  to thcu-pprodnctivp organs. Hence, ,|t is  much usrd in Icucsrrhcca, amcnorrlum, ���  di/i/ncnor.'Via'rt.       ���' ���  a rAT.ri-ctn.^B niASE*  removed by -pis the irrita,bility and despondency "that often attends thciic troubles. In *hise cases in which there is  pelvico fullness, tho aching, boaring-  down organs feel ns if tliey vould full  ont of Vic body. Its action 'hero is very  decided."   ,  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets curo biliousness, sick and bilious headache, dizziness, costiveness, or constipation of tho  bowels, io^s of appetite, coated tongue,  sour, stomach, windy belchings, "heart- i  burn," pain and distress after eating,  and kindred derangements of the liver,  Jtomueh  and   linu-oK       r .  Persons subjected to any of these  troubles should never bo'without a vial  of tho "Pleasant Pellets" at hand. In  proof of thrir superior excellence it can  truthfully be said that they are always  adopted as a household remedy after tho  first trial.  One little "Pellet" is a ��axative, two  arc cathartic. They regulate, invigorate  and clenns.'the liver, stomach and bowels.  As a "dinner pill." to promote digestion.  tak<! one each day. To relieve the distress  arising from oveteating. nothing equals  onii of these little, "L'ellets."' They're  tinv. -iug.'r-coated. anti-bilious granules,  scarcely larger than mustard seeds. -  Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical  Advi-er will be sent free, paper bound, for  31 one-cent, stamp-., or cloth-bound for ',0  tt��m|K Over ld-JO paces and illustrated.  Addie^s Dr. II  V. Pierce, Uuflalo, N, Y��  oi -  i ii.  ���'I   Ai\  ,   I ,!1 '  !H)'|< '  ���/I-,',   1'.  A   I'' . l-IO.\,  t '.I t     \   i \  (    . 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'���n\.\-KU(i-"iic r \m>  iu-,-1 i>k t     ni-rm  I OK si)[   I if j:i:X |ll\ J-Kl.N, J-. \-i  liool i-1-  v.  I     Tiike uri... (.��� ilmt  \'il,,-it 1',1-i.li.inlt ,iT IJi .^.i   n  ' jH i . , rt lui.ilion, Hi-KPtr, iiU'iiIs lo n; j I ,-  j ! >r iiciiiil-'.Kiii |ii jiunlnin. lln. f.jlit.M. Hi.* ,'  } vi '-.li-,l lmuK,��� , ,  j ('���>'<i;.i>.im in-; nt n iiO'-t piaurc'l south ^Iili-  . C I' K !tv., sih.itil ' , n-l'i- ni in i-Mslerlv (I'i  j tlou' tro'ii Cui/,i,i 'siitii'in, tlici.i-c miiii i  j ehnlii- jI'I-ikc uv*,t l) i !ii.iii<., then o ii.ti i  j Hliinir sj c-]iai!i<- <ii t 1'. K. In: tin *.i,'<' lol',>�� -  , imf-fii,]  Ji v.,    10 iiinuik jn   nil   wisti-riy  iIim-  1 i iluii to poiiLi of i umiiifiit oineiit, and miitaiiii'i.  ! lit) (iLii.'-Ajl iiihil, uiiirc or lt'-v.  :    - , AI.iJI KT HARXUAniir  I DtiH-d I',iiie.<,r'i, l')0')   '  r: ������-J-I  j      < ��� A > I  ���' ��� \<<  >F  O  commencing Wednesday  9  < ' stiiirr. '  i  Oil WPP.OOK,    LANO   IH-fllK-T,   J^i-'I'M'   il  ij.' S H '111IUN- blVl-l'iN   P\S-J"  Ki|li!!\\V  Iiibi; nulico tln.t Paul Ions, n of i urjnii, tl  i   ,' .  o, i'"[,hi:,ih, Kinii'li,-!, ml, :,(!���. to iipnly  for  p, i-  mlsfiou to jmrciia-o   tin.  Julloiwiij:  iIlsuiiik ���!  lati(l>, ��� ' - '  '���oiii,tn��ni:ing lit a piT-fc nlnnteil nbo'it ),)  chnuis from Our/.oii iu a sontlii.-ily- ilndclicjii oif  north ,-nlo >>f Mo,.'iu ri\ filhfiico iou'lh 10r limn*;  tlion/'o ��,;y 70( iialns; tlii'iK-u .uorili. u'lmui -0  c.'!ii.:i^ to Moyio n.-yr, 1 hence fnliiyrM^ig .\fn\ln  ri\c-, in an eu-.lorlv (linclioii to"]ioi:i!, u(, eoin-  iiienceineiit mid e,|nunaiun' 1,,0 iic.es nf land  ��� mon- or It's-.  ij, ' PA I'I. .'ESSEN, '  L'Hted June Mh,- Jlfco. =  .A, "AAj  i i   * -  ... -    '  H-F  t  .1    v,   M -<~.��  '    '  '.    ."'���  *      ���*���* "jk"*.  , '���" f/' Fi  , *-     "'A  I-' t'<\  ���i ��'t.   ^ ,���  -    ;\   ' *-��� rV*.I  '/, 1  v, J?? .'v-  ...   ^p-S-.A?" I  p   .-i^r-.-^.'  ��� ������������'fP4,"s��."'.s^|  �� ���','%!��-P:c  ; P;-.-^,'P,-ff  ' " '.'#-. '^  A ' Few'" of Oiir   S ii a p s.  o  i"2 oz.  2 for.  Tapiocfl','' 'o lb's  Rice'  Baking Pdr._  Raisins and Currants  rerrins' Soda Biscuits  Spices  Snap soap  Lamo chimnevs n cents cacli  25 cents  I '  o  o  3 tins  <r  io  Cigarettes  TAB cut   '  tf  IMcDon'ald  lor  2 '���'  4 "  Golden West 'Soap"5 boxes  Graham Flour 10 lbs  Kdwardsburg Syrup  '"'    2 for  Cdrn M,eal   10 lbs  'UuWbe^s, all sizes.  Best'mixed biscuits 4 lbs for;  0 25 cents.  35    "  25    ki  si.oo  25 cents  1      '      ;   N/ini r    ������ ,   n  Cll XNBOOO'C LVNT)'iiI-TfilCT,   nr-n>K r  ok s )UTin:nN ui\ i-'iox i:At!' ico'orns'a> .  TAKi: NoTH'l'; Hint Alfrcil lee KIIImmi ui  i Trail, 1!. C uecupnlioii, leiiner.- mnn, liilvtid1- Io  j ap|il> for pennisblon io nurthu-c thc^iollo^iii^  ��� du-oiibed lauds:        ��� ,       '  '  Com menuins; f.l u po^l iilimt, (1 on fie toutli  sidc'"of Mnyie rivor in u noitli \\ o-tci I." direction, one mile It.i'a ICiii'jsqnte, H C, them o  suiu!i "20 cliuin-.; ttienco'we-l 2J cliun:-, ineiwo  npiili CO elinitis lo Mo> ie rn-e.i, ilieni e ,/olioi> ���  inc Mud tiver '2(1 ciitLins ui an eaMerlv dlref tioii  lonutulitl < dniniencCTrieiit ami coiilaiiuiij; tJ  awes, more or lets. '  ai.'.-ri:!) lki: i:rj.i.-ON,.    *'  (>.stent for; Allien  Hninhairtt.,  Dated Vugn-t lllii, 1'JOl.  50  2o  :vSaIe-B^.Order E B^:?lcDEpiD,,! Assignee.  t  /-  /  FRBSH   AND   CUBED'  A4|P V%  spf*' *%!  "';��,���      ! !j* .��  i*n AAiSI  ,�����?-*. y*"*  '^'V^l  -y-i ~- ";*>V'I  lye .-���;��� *M  *��V      "'fitfl  *   ' t ��?���    ~y ^ ���  i   I .V".  " ���ri��I  : p'-Pi, >'.:,tfi  dr "'li^l  'j'f- -'r4l  ,   y:i\  ; - !.t*Af'A#!  pO ������it&Pn.lplSfc  ,,ii^i.'.',,*i.j  ' ^,    7^1*^��I  .t -*-'.���,**-���  Our first aim is to sell real estate in Moyie.  We have unbounded confidence in the place,  and believe you will make no mistake in buying property here.  O. y.DTAAYriAsAL R  DE-UKR  IN  .f,   "I'-.t  ssses  X  ,     PROMPT  DELIVKRY.  Q,ueens' Ave.      MOYIE  : t -,    ''���  Fruit lands in the vicinity oi* Creston are proving a winner. The fruit grown on these lands  is the best possible evidence of the fertility of  the soil, I have maps and will be pleased to  quote prices.  $:*.00;   to  inert  ���and  liko   for   tbe   '/oo,  rental of  Recreation   pc  to advertising���tho advance     ^  of posting tho bills-porliNPS S..IM ���  ; to the   C.   P.   JA   for haulinR   th-  four trains from New   Wostn  The millstone is lack of  special banting. It holds  one man dowu to hard work  and small wajres while  others, properly trained, go  ahead. But every man and  woman who is laboring  under such a burden Can  easily rise to a better position and increased earnings  and can find out how for  the asking.  I To find out how, simply  write the LC. S., stating  the position you wish to  gain. In.return, an institution witli 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  risks to rutA No books to  buy! Isn't such, a chance  for advanceiHoU worth this  much to you?  INTERNATIONAL  CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS  Box 799, Scranton, Pa.  I am handling several tracts of land in, North  Vancouver Recently I made a personal inspection of these lots and can recommend.;;  them as represented/ Severalof these can be!  sold for 8250 each. First payment $25. bal-1  anceto be paid at $10 a month. A plan of-j  North Vancouver at tins office. |  ,in,-!j, W-BENNET'  p. O. Box 93,   Fernie, B. C!  i | The Air Aristocratic  i* what young men arc keen for.  SJ Correct dress helps a lot to achieve |  1] Well made clothes arc sold  every-  \piere. ,��� -  ^ Wc\\ Styled Clothes are as,rare as  White Blackbirds.;  <*% Wc slake cvcr>'thing on  '  ':.���   "Style  Distinction  ! Gcx)d Form  that's what makes Mail Attire Clothes \  supreme in favor of the young men.  ��J Tailored to order from $ 1 2 to $30.  ^ Money back for any reason.  Kff���4? t^Si ft* . E*|- j  -���lr';A:AA:/  ':' )W^0,  .,s:i^V^pA  . .'oliBj  tor and back, a  liko sum.  3-tfiOO.        Not    amount  ���$22.<J00.  rotii  qiftod'  .1  Calls   at Movie every mo-ntb.  Ucx "i:  M0Y1E  Piion'e J 4  Tat/aped. Gfof&e,  On sale by.     |. |  J..W. FITCti  ;   ���   A'  ::APvV-  ��� - ���.���'���.:'''.'vlsy', ���;���'  ; ,;}^��>PM  -i *'yy-,^A;p!f 1  ,,, y\,'.���..],[,i.i.,���i';:'.st',y'rj  .oV?.;io.V:..;i.. 'AsPp^pipOy.j ���YHK LKADER, MOV IK  jtflU'TlSH COLOKBIA  iCream  v*- .ssar  at&m9 -fio lime  As evc:-y housekeeper ' can understand,  burnt <>lum and sulphuric acid���the ingredients of all alurn and alum-phosphate  powders���must carry to the food acids  injurious to health.  Read lh$ label   Avoi<J Hie alum powders  * 7 j"    *'*"   I'M"--   '   "'  ��?f#i: ;-!ffJ -     Fernie Relief Fond.  if otel Improvements.  *�����  " I" w  I f * I  '*     I *       I'  t. i, ^-.i *.'  :Wjhen an appeal was, made for  ,the' fire   suiferers  of 'Fernie fim-  ��� mediately   after the big   conflagration last year a large aura was  "donated by, a generous  find  sym-  , pathetic public.   "The committee  Who had charge of  the  distribution of the fund thus raised,  considered that after  the immediate,   wants'of  the  stricken   eifcyy had (.scarcely  Several ofpMoyie's hor el" h��ve  been materially improved, and  improvements are sti     jotujir   on.  McTavish <& Cameron' have, had,  the   Hotel    Kooteuay  repainted/  and considerable rep.iir work done  on the inst'ie.  ' So   many   improvements   have  , , . (iicmjui.   jjiuiho   nuro  been made on the'International Kir-j i ��� " . ���  , . , ., ,,., j . ,, .,,,. . pveduesday evening.  hotel that the original building - is  [eOBrs I ' -August    Mueller,  | LOCAL. A,-��A\S> f  Mipers' JLTnion meeting tonight.  Chas. White is home from his  visit tp Winnipeg.  ��� The campers who were across  the lake have moved home again.  Mrs. Geo., Gunu and children  j have returned to their home in  j .Nelson.  Bruce Attwood and wife were  iu JNloyie from Creston the thsc. of  the week. *  C A. Foote's fall suitings are  beginning to arrive. Call and  inspect them.  Paul Jensen has moved up from  his ftriii in the 31oyie valley,' and  will spend tho winter in Aioyie.  Ed., Taylor 'and T. X>. Evans  are homo, from thuir trip to (the  A.-Y.-P. exposition at Seattle.  Jlrs lusher of liossland ,was  here for several days visiting  with Mr. aud Mrs. K. IP Stia��on  Chas. .Messinger and Elliott  Crowe were ���over ' to Nelsou and  liossla'udywith the Moyie ball  team. ���       ���      ���, ,'   .  . The; Epwprth League of the  Methodis��t church held a \~ery  pleasaut  picnic  across   the    lafie  recognizable.' ���  < Me:  been attended to the best ^disposi-j Taylor    <fc " Conner   are   making  tiou of the  money  would  be  in  the granting   of small   sums1 to  ���hid tyie 'residents or owners of  lot's ift rebuildiDg'their destroyed  buildings.'   In pursuance of this  decision ' amounts   ranging  from  ^225 to $300 were Riven  to  those  ���who in the  opinion  cf  the  committee could qualify for <-.he grant.  Kece9sarily ia such an emergency  there were many who were   over-  ( <- - t i * f ' �� '���'*'-���  looked, but whose claim, for  relief  was equally as great as/those- wjio  their house one of. the very   best  iu towu.    I , '       ,  <     ,.  Ransome cfe Campbell,, of the'  Cosmopolitan hotel*, intend having their r house thoroughly renovated and repaired throughout.  The , insurance adjustor was  here yesterday and, adjusted the  loss oii >the Moyie hotel,ui which  was caused by the fire.'of one  week ago. P. F*. Johnston, the  owner, will soon 'have his house  in better shape  than  ever.     Car-  ,had been recipients and the  com-  peuters     commenced   work  this  ���mictee    has  for some   time, been Laming  repairing   the  daawzed  working  .on  .a   plan   to  satisfy \povbiou3 ���f the buiIdIn    . .     *  everybody co'ncerued.     The   best'  f^V!(. .7  ��r^j  '(   i *  -fj  "f I  -;i 3 7,   '.     '  ** <-|i  ,< ��� *  . > ��� i ���i��.,.l��|j���tf^  '��� method suggesting itSelf was. the  t repaym,ent of a certain   amount  ��� cf       this. ,.o ��� money     "by ��� ���   the  original    recipients,1   the    money  Ah.u-3  collected, lo be  distributed  amongst    the    Liter * applicants:  .<)-.a endeavor has heen 'made, this  . ^��-.>����/. A. ���iJr���.-.,.���- ^.^^^^    hl>f.  with very poor res,ulfcs.p/rho corn- j  mittee owho have recently- been'  a  collecting this Auoney have now  'decided tliat the only, course left  open to them to compel the re"  payment is to enter suit in the  courts and action will be taken  within'the next few days to, recover the amounts from those  who are unwilling- to refund the  amount decided , upon by the  committee. As everybody who  received lumber and obuildi,ng  material signed an. agreement to  pay'back'"the   full 'Amount   ad  unuuco 0>vu.u  uavo   reotjiiuiy- oeen j         y*y   -^^���^"J1-'!*,    x\hv.   Dr.  ppomted  -'to   "c{��yise  means   of. WWte'     Kev-     w-    L*.         ���i scare*  "      " '    " Fei'"ie is chairman of the districcj El'IL���.  There will be in all some Hgi.rP ,,.  nine ministers iu aLton.-.u^.-  The principal item of liti-i,,:. ,.  the tsSLiiiia.'i.'itf nf inrt ;j;i ,!u..���  necessai-y co carry on the  Work.  August ���lUiieller, , manager of  the, Moyie Brewery,_iS'back from  his trip toliegina" \yhere he went  to see his parents.   -   * ���    ''  ' E. E. Thornley has purchased  the shoe shop from 1;. ��� A.' Smith,  and will hereafter conduct the  business.   ' A i  ; ���- Master Wm. Attwood is 'leaving today for Calgary, where he  will take a course in the Garbutt  business c-Ilege,        l     "  , WANTfiDl-Every woman to  know; the comfort apd the satisfaction which '��� Spirella coraots  give.    Apply, Mrs. Ben Brosseaii.  Business is picking tip with the  Moyie branch-'of the Imperial  Bank. A, new and more attractive sign now adorns, the build--  ing-     "  J  There was the -regular weekly  dance in Morley' hall Wednesday  evening. Bo.th Profs. Evans'And'  Wilson were on tlie sick list, and  tho rn'usic wns'f����<..��i-iV,tjC] lay,"Prof  Hall' ot\a��ZV���f* fT*"**���*���  pstarted     a    fire    below   the   St.  igene    powder house   Wedn^s-  y and jr w,i�� not long   in   gain  '<>���'/,     p.'r,,,J    |���. ,d*v,,y.       Tl|.-'  c -,.  ,' ' "V  f"    Ao-  "V  SI?  ^/  /fj\ Il��pi*oved, pai^tly improved ���* and unim. ^  jfji proved fruit lands in, blocks from 5 acres ite  /& UP for sale.,. Also one and five acre blocks Viy  jki in townsite. Town lots and houses and .-!-.  Wi0+q y   ,    ��� '       , V/  <��    :     ���'������". y-f/  For further particulars a'ppl}* to , thd  Creston, B.'cSfi'  F. J. DOWNER  Builder   &  Contractor  "Estimates given.  MOYIE,  B. C,  CANAD8AM  Excursion Rates  " MOYIE  ��� TO  Seattle  $25.00  0EELL���,T0UNG.& CO.'  >'�����*' ���        , v,  f  ; Or to   F, J. SMYTH, local agent.  i . vs������" �����=_: ^^- J?' ^* ���*&��� j^- M&- 'yiP' J!?' J^'  Clergymen  will Meet.'    ,. "  -,' "fl? important meeting of clergymen will be' held in Moyie next  Thursday. / All', the Methodist  miniscers" of   the E<ist Kootenay  :fliVi''if'S-W'ni *b?  ia  *0^n   'ae   ^ell   tno musit  ;ts the ^uperintendentbf Missions' 0/,��pittn .���'���'Salter T,  m   British   Columbia,    Rev  Corresponding rates from  other points   ,'  Tickets on sare.'daiJy,"Alay 29th  io Oct.. Hth.  i, '  ��� Final return limit 15 days, but  -   ,     not later than Oct 31st.' ���  M  W  i��  ao-To-as-iNc.  ��� o ���  ^iw����rmrii.n.vi-,i;HauajM^iL'ju icttibm.����m.ujul��i^ii | m , ��� ������  V.   ���'" ���'��� 1���niML.jutw... ���iiiibiiiiii  11 imi ���mini l.|    I  " LAJflNlyMDT/M'PIRB^XP'OSITldMI  '   EVERYTuff*,fcBM^-':   lmmLm^a,^  "400'; '  PEOPLE-^  JNTER  5TATEI  Liberal   Sfdpovers, AUowed.  For complete imfo'rmation apply  _     to Agents, or  write  y    . J. E' PROCTOR,  C & KINRADE.  Pai"��er.   Pape  H a n 9 e r and  DecoratOP  Estimates Given  ^oyie, - -.. ,b: c  MOYIE BOAT-HOUSE  ���    Boats  for   ]-iro ,���.     ,  1       t ti* < ���Vt>   t   *  the Hour, pay> 0I;  Week at reasonable  prices.   ���  Canoes/Peterboroughs  , and .Skiffs.  ' GEO. R0UTH,%.  '    STOr.AT.THE     '���    '   '  COSMOPOUTAN  hotel.  WHEN IN    '  '' '   '   '!, cranbrook:  K. II. BlIAtL, MunHcer. .  ' r ** i i  ,,Good rooni*,'so<#d tsblfce nnd bar  1)J.\ A.. Calgary ~-=rand first class1 gam pie'rooms  Fruit, Confectionery,, Smokers' Goods.  Pull,, Line   of  Stationery   and Fresh  '. ' ,      ' ,    Fimit in Season.0   /      v  Special  At ths Churches.  CATHOLIC     CHURCH  Tlifire will be the regular  morn-  ,  .:. ��� , ,nS and eveniug services   Sundav  vauced, it is confidently  expected   Horniug sarvices   at    10   o'clock."  Evening services  at 7,:30   o'clock.  that they  will   be   compelled   to  live up to their  obligations.  Canada, Holds the Key.  FATHER HpBSOK,  (Piiest.)  **" ',&���' .A,P  i'^-^;!?#'5i ������  R": !Ao -  It is only of late that our  neighbors liave begun to appreciate that they have" everything to  gain arid nothing to. Ipse1 by the  removal of duty on coal.' ��� Incidentally, they have diheovered  that Canada holds the key to the  cr al situation, with  her  immense  df-po-otsin the Crow's  Nest  Pass , ^  ���Vinrict of S nnliern  Alberta   and I ing, service,"  CntniCH  OF   r.N-GLAN-D.  Divine Service will be held  next Monday ia the Presbyterian  church at S p. m.  PHILIIpC. IIAYMAX,  (Vicar.)  METHODIST   CHURCH.  Morning service, u o'clock.  Sunday school,  3  o'clock,     Even-  P-ritish  rolumbia.     IE   the   truth  weie known, there is considerably  mcie  American,   capital  invested  iu    this  section than   British   or  Canadian, which face all the more  emphasizes the piinc that the Pacific Northwest   depends  largely  6a the ('row for its supply of coal.  Anew town, to be  called   Car-  l?ondale, o has  been platted, at a  .point ono the  railroad where  the  Al,c.3illWroy  Greek ,Ccal '.&' Coke  "ompany " are     iimtalliog    tli^i,-  lah.t, and hou��e^ will be buile for  the'employe'es on e.isy terms   by  the    townsite    company;      It   is  "such enterprises-as tlieso that are  gradually   attracting, the  attention of Ipcal.capital-.to   this   field,'  and deindnstrate the security and'  opportunity for ���unusual profit   in  Ao* eooX fields of the rich   western  province. '  7:30 o'clock. Morning subject, "Some ProVerbs of  Solomon" Evening subject', "What  ���"��� -y<   .   "I  > t   l   , | L  _ FOR SAlE -(Jotnplere 'biuiber  outfit at Ho^uit-r. Two hydraulic  chairs, large mirrors .marble wash  stands,, etc. Outfit cost ,8*100  Will -eH for $250. Apply to ��]  J. Smyth.  Doings in Cranbrook.,  (From the Cranbrook I'fcrald.)  *. -,    i v     ci  A Diam6ad.Point fountain frPun 'and; a   $1000 Accident.  , ���        -   JnstrronccPolie'y aJPfbr $2.50  Postoffice  Block  MOYIE.  Game law Changes.  town las-t.Tuesday.  Born���At Cranbrook, on Aiurn=t  21th, 1000, to Mr. and Mis. T. D.  Caven, a daughter.  K A. Hill, ono of the prominent  merchants of Moyie, was in tJie  city last Tuesday.  Mrs John Wolf left  today for  an extended visit with her daughter    at    Notth    Yakima,    Wash.  MrsAUolf'a health ha,, not   been1  good for the past few months and  is it to   be  a   Christian"'    ^,7"  ^ has 8o��e to a   milder climate  ,        . ^,u*->Ll}in*        cjtlec-   in iiop���� that her   cnn-lii-i^  onbyetioir,   "lluni,mber   Me, u| be ^proved. ^   ^  -Eighty  One."  Rev. J. W.MILLFP   Tl   a I <���t���ct  for  the  new h���-  MILLLA  B A.     penal   P.ank  of  Canada  building  lastor.)  has been let to  Geo.  R.  Leask  &  (Co.  and work will bo inaugurated  The killing of elk or wapiti is  prohibited iu thepolumbia, Cranbrook and,- Fernie districts until  August 31st, 10'llj  That the disabilities  as   to  the  shooting    of    du<jk3,    geese    and  J. P. FarreJl, of  Moyie,  wa3  in |sairjes shall be   removed from the  Wm. Jewell  1st day of September, 1909, to the  28th   day   of   February." 19L0.  That the disabilities ,as to the  shooting of deer on the mainland  shall be removed -from the 1st  day of September, to the 15th day  of December, 1909.  Not Precarious.  Physician���Your life hangs by  a thread.  Henpert���That's nothing;, T'vc  known a button to stay that way  -for years���Harper's JJazar.  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  Express and General Delivery Busi-  | ness. Livery and  !    Feed Stable.    >  WOOD   AND    COAL  For Sale  Leave Orders at  Owl-lint's Store.  Mbyte. British Co.*-���.bia!  ^-^^-^.^.^.^^.^.^.^.^:3;.^A^^^^-^^^^^i^.  P. 0. BOX 810  PHOXK.  St/  vt/  I East Kootenay Bottling Co.  JK " [Cranbrook^ B. C.  \t/  Manufacturers of all kinds of earbonalcd  beverages. We spaue no expense to havo1  our goods tlie best on' the market.  There are  others,  But! I  \!/  \\f  \fl  \\i  yi/  \\l  \\)  y��/  y!/  yl/  i��  %���  yl/  PKESBYTEIIIAN     OlIUUClI. '  A-  Services on Sunday-'at 11    am  and;7:30 p.m.      Moi-ning subject,  true    Repentance" Evening  subject, "The Divine   Gentleness."  Mr. J. Thorn  will- sing,  <*A  Clean  lileart.."     Sunday  school   at 2*30  p. m. ,      "  attend  within' a few days. The buildin*  willbe 3Px01 feet, two stories  h>gh with full concrete basement,  ihe foundation will be of sand-  atone and. the first story faced  with pressed brick, the second  storyto.be  of  brick  and  stucco  AlPare cordially invited to  The ^ story  will ,be '.used  for  T. S. PATON,  (Pastor.)  iff��*!  Bar Silver for China.  ���13  m'i.'I  AAy bars of silver bullion from  Trail smelter, con.iignM in  ���igliai were .went fn-.m jJ(.,.,.'/,-,  i '-.tturday uioi-ninir. '-'Ay ��� ],,  -.P.sf.oke Mail-Hemld. Each,  weighed 75 pounds. Tho t-ip '  "sodiii;''binHforcoinnL'e. ' '  MJ2TAL   MARKET.  ^RwVoHK--Uar   silver,-51    cts  ^ "'���*-��� 75 Copper, 13   cts*  ���LoxiioN--Lead  ��V2, 8s 9d  Stock Q,uotations.  11 v   rn--,/  f,'��ct  Ei.v/>:i.ri  liid  f'ui. Coiii/ifi.is  (���r.'iiilircnk r-'lro JJ.ici  N'nrl!) Slur  ��� 'ovil.-y U:,):  .77.00  : .3 1-2  ABki-rl  'it,  95. CO  05  2.10  :.I2  the bank  room  and  the   second  story for the bank- staff and   the  [solicitor's apartment.  Mqnkey's Owner Found.  .'I'- now turns out that tbo  monkey which was. captured last week  near    Curaon     junction    escaped  from     Sibley's     museum,    which  passed through there on   its   way  to Nelson.    Mr. Sibley will   limk0 !  '"' ' '"*'���'"*��� to-recover his   prr^iHrty,  but ho may  have   some   difficulty  ���in   doing   so.        The. .monkey '.is !  stuck on the salubrious-dhiiato'of,  thip Moyio volley. '  "  NELSON, B. O.  hoarding and Day.School conducted l-ywe SihUtm of St. Joseph, ti6]Mn  B. C. sOonimerci.il and biisinesB  courses a .specialty. Excell-inco and  swift prrtgrnsg characterize each (je-  partment; .ParentB. should write for  p.ir.Uculan.; ()au month asslI^s -^  P��b!ic tIl0   thoroughness   ol   the  Seers' methods  pf teaching..  Terms  commoner) ,1  The Waive  Icecream Parlor.  NOW   OPEN  Drewry Building.  M ItS. U A. IIORNK, Prop.  "tumry,   April   aiid' Sept  - "P'1^ *��� ad.n'itted during term.  WEW YORK  H. EH ALL  DENTIST  The Expert Crown  and   Bridge  18 THE QREATE8T  THEATRICAL * SHOW PAPER  *M THiS WORLD.  $4.00}Per-Year.    Single Copy, !0 CIs.  ISSUBD, WEEKLY.  Sample Copy Free.  '   "ANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Utn  ALBERT J. BOKJE. I't/KLrHUKKB  Worker.  ;   Office over iMr.  Wall   '   Paper  Armstrong Aye.,  Slab Wood  For Sale1  Short's  .Store  Craubrook  Vtla jRL2insrTJJk.T-*.  KELSON FRUIT FAIR  NELSON, B. C. September. 22nd, 23rd, 24th  BIGGER  AND BETTJKEi  ���*'���...:'���������. THpVN  EVER  ci  icap .relics: onAll trnnsportatioii linos.  HORSE  ITACES  SPORES  FREE ATTRACTIONS.  eri^t  Slabs, cut to  '$2.50 per load  delivered.  Porto, Rico Lumber Go.  f><> no fail to see the possibilities'- of Glorious Kootenay  C* W. ��USK, .1',-r/tt,  P. A. STARK)-;V, M.^r.  !


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