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Array UIS<-  SHOWING OF  XMAS  |ods was never better.  I and let us show them  to yon.    ���  r'ilson, the Jeweler.  ,  If you want a large variety  to choose   from  ,don't- fail to  look over'our  line of XMAS  gifts.   ,  W.  H. Wilson, Jeweler.  __k-  0K.12 NO, 36.  MOYIE,   B. C,  DEC. II, 1909.  I8.A YEAR  Cold Days Are  Coming. '���" '  i ��        i   '  Get prepared with warm reliable imdervtear  ,        / for, the . winter.     .       , <Ar  .   ' ' b   ��� '  '��� ,       '  ^e have boughtyery heavy and are offering a- very  jecial Hue in mens' heavy underwear at $2 per suit.  *<    .      . ,'  ' ''  Watson's Unshrinkable."  ���   ���    >'   ,   *' ��� "i  ,    , -I'bn yoAniTV. <>  ',  Conservatives Meet.  O li c> o ola te *s-��  re beeii handling- tliese-jjoods iu MOYIE'for the   la*t'<FIVE   YEARS "and  ''yet not found anything in their class pilt   up  by   other,   manufacturers ' in  -' Our ..Christmas' order   (Which is just-ilpuble,the amount of last year)  .'arrived.   'See. them before you buy, they cost no more than poorer grades  tolates,    When buying chocolates see,that you'fjet G. BPs.   <���'  '��� ��� ���       .     '  ) ip.       . .   ;<      ���  r  EG,  OWYNNE.  t\  he BEST  Is none too good  for you.       �������� a  .We,Sell Tne Presliest And  ,   Purest Of  Groceries.  40c.  95c.'  30c  Pure Maple Syrup in tins or bottles each,  Kootenay Brand Jam in"5 lb' tins,,'-'  ;, . ' ���"    ''���;,< ;'V-   '".������'u,i,<-'glass;'*     ���"  Faiicy.Mixed Bicuitsp - ��� .p \\"t' '' 2 lbs'for 45c  i ��� '      v , ���  ,i _     ���,    ' 11   i    '('   h ��  c  '<>     '      -   . *-        1..     ���-  * *-   " ��� ,  '"'��� ,,   p  Get'tlie ptiabit.. ^Gro,,to. \  '������"cRQW^BRO^.^-'Ga^','  _��_aj��_^.  J''  icllent investments  We can ofler you "some excellent investments   in  small monthly jS^SSiB'of TSToO���najia-is-tne-  lanil'" for  neat-4 m���  small monthly pay , ...  vestment  today, <-it,  is sure to increase in value and is per  fectly safe.    Invest your  full  information.  savings with   us.1     Write  us   for  Over 100 delegates from all over  the province' are in atte'ndanco at  the Conservative convention at  Kamloopa. Noticeable' anion gat  those present is Capti. R. Tatlow,  ex-minister ^of finance. It. F.  Green of Victoria will be offered  tho presidency and will accept.  Coast centres'a re well represented  as also is Kootenay. ��� A monster  banquet and smoker is to be held  at which it is expected that 500  will be present.  Anniversary, Supperl  The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian church will-give their anniversary supper and entertainment at their , church in , Moyie  next Monday evening, December  13th. It will be' a hot supper and  will be ready to'serve at 5 o'clock.  The pricer of tickets for the sup-  per'and,:,entertain,ment is 50 cents,  and an invitation is extended to  everyone.   A    '' ,       '' .  1        GENERAL FLOAT       |  ���ae������ee���*s'���ee��see������������6���es��:��*  '   The Hotel   Casey   at   Bonners  Ferry has changed hands.  The skating and curling rink at  Fernie has been opened.  fowii Christmas Tree  All'.persons interested in getting up a* town Christmas tiree  are requested to meet ,at the  Union hall next, Tuesday after-  noon at four o'clock. . ,The question will then be-.thoronghly considered and' discussed, and the  various committees appointed if it  is decided to go ahead in tliis way.  Dphpldfel; "Red^Flag  1AJLE & EL WELL,  Cranbrook, B. C.  Qet Your  FALL -SHOES Now  1 and keep your, feet warm and ��� dry.  Rubbers of all descriptions  'and  '     prices  right.  ���1  ������I  pi- if  <L W. FITCH'S  COME AND SEti US  REGARDING PRICES  }>'t tf r. \<t str-'sfr-rtr  "^^^^^^-^-^^^���^I^^^rfi^^  moyie's  leading  hotel.  <i  .'1  Hotel Kootenay  ~ !!   The best of accommodations  for  tho Traveling  Public.  Large and Commodious Sample Rooms.  Billiard Rooms.  v McTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors.  V ������/. iy. /^v-xjv ;^7^y-jjr /$s. /,W /jJn-y* 7^rTy. US-ip cj* f? ^ A''* v  For Men  and Boys  , .   -We  have: the finest creation of CAPS over .seen hi Lhe west,.  the product of the Eastern Cap   Manufacturing  ,      Ladies' dress patterns, coats, underwear  ,    y ^Don't forget our 20 Genlur>b01othing and  1:-Stanfield's .Underwear. /  Co;,,- Truro.  hose, etc.  "''ErizabetE^aurley'^'riyTinr-Tia-  tional organizer of the Industrial  Workers of the World and upholder of the "red" flag was found  guilty of conspiracy to incite men  to break tho laws of the cicy of  Spokane.and was sentenced to  spend three months iu the county  jail. Miss Fiynu was billed to  speak in Moyie last, summer, but  failded to appear on the date  set.  At Morley Hall.  The English Grand Opera Singers and Symphony orchestra will  be at Morley hall this evening.  Reserved seat tickets on sale at  the Moyie Drug store.  Making Fraternal Visit.  Premier MeBride'Is'39 years of  age, but looks much "older.   -  Bank Going Up.  For lack ' of railway ' cars tho  coal industry at Coleman is' being  crippled.-  Billy Williamson," formerly of  Moyie, is president of the Miners  Union at Mullan, Idaho.   ���    ,  ,The Oddc'Mlo.wof'New Westminster have opened their hand-  some new hall.       ' , , ,  A stationiis being .built by the  C.P�����? atyWattsbtirg, and an  operator and agent will be located  there.'  ' V.'< A �����   ��� -���  ,'A rich strike has been made at  i -��   , i -  '- t'  the Highland'mine, at'-Ainsworth,  where  a   twenty-foot   ledge   of  solid ore has been uncovered.--,-.  It is said that all tea deteriorates with age, "and after it  is eighteen .months or two years  old it should not be druuk,  A compressor and power plant  is ���to be put in ait the Dundee  mine, near Ymir; The ' property  is.ownedby'Rand1 Bros., of Vancouver.' \ ��������� '  Maxey Crow, formerly of Ross-'  land, 13" now owner of three cigar  and tobacco stores in "V ancouver,  besides/-being, agent for a large  eastern factorjj.y p        -   . ,   ���   ,"  The first issue of Spokane's new-  daily will*appear about" January  --1Li^jfcJi,^j:/v-jL^JLblo_��^.J��i^*-"-'r^:-"-���-��w*.  Sunday morning publication! and  will �� be printed by ' the Allan  Haynes Publishing Co.  The members of Wildey Lodge  No. it, I. O.O. F.. will pay the  Odd Fellows' lodge ac Cranbrook  a fraternal visit next Monday  evening- The degree team will  go "long, and exemplify work in  the first; degree.  J". P. McConnell, publisher of  the Saturday Sunset, claims his  paper has a circulation of S,000  copies weekly. The Sunset will  soon be in its new building and  have a printing, plant of its own.  _ r  Itosslahd Miner:���The infant  sou of Mr. and. Mrs. Martin Mor-  rell died on Tuesday and the funeral'took place on Wednesday  morning. The sympathy of the  community is extended to the  bereaved parents.  i;��<2a��6��������s>3  Imperial Bank of Canada.  _    r   .    .     .      .     .[��� A-m nnri 000.00  e  !  \  a  Kew-; Michel  anyl  Capital  Authorized!;--" $10,000,000.00  Capital Paid Up--��� -:-5'000'^  Reserve   Fund���: ....---..5.000000.00  BRANCHES   IN  BRITISH COLUMBIA^  Cranbrook, Arrowhoad. Golden. Knmloops, Mic ci,   ��e  Fernie, Nelson, Revolstoke, Victoria, and Vancouv or-  Drafts and Money  Orders sold avaiblc in an  part of the World  ';    Savings  Bank Deptirtment.  g Interest allowed on deposits from  date  of deposi ���,  SIVTOYIE BRANCH.      J. F. M.   PINKHAM, Manager-  Cranbrook  Items.  (Kiom tl.e tianbrook Iltrald.)  Tlio first curling game of the  season took place Tuesday evening on tlie curling rink between  rink, skipped by Cxeorge lloggarth  and Win. Cameron.  J. F. AM.  riukham, manager   of  the'locid branch  of the Imperial  bank is a patient at  the St  gone tipspitai;  suffering   "  attack of 'peritpnitia.  well and'should  be   Avithiua'fewdays.  The It"Viil Hank will shortly bo  removed'-'from its present quarters the premises recently va-  Cranbrook Drug <��  The transfer  soon as the  from Nelson.  Eii-  from   an  He is doing  about again  .cated by the  Book   company  will bo made just as  now.fixtures arrive  KIwell aro now  arra.ug-  .,i-.~ioii to .Moyie on Sat-  for. the   purpose  w famous  Aurora  arrival    of   the  boats  will  he  l'.eale A'  ing an exc  in-day  nioriiu.H'  of seeing th" ��"  mine.     On    tho  Movie,  "regular" at  iu  readiness  ilii-eet  to the       .���������.-     .  guidance of Manager Dunock.  to  take  mine  tho   party  under    the  M iyor Speer of Denver has issued a manifesto against the practice of city employes givingv their  bosses Christmas presnts. City  employes are forbidden to make  contributions for gifts to others  who receive a higher salary than  themselves.  ' Nelson is booming Harry  Wright for a cabinet position,  aud the people in the I'niir district are doing the same for J. R.  Sehofield. U is the general opinion that the Minister of Mines  should be n man from the  lvootenays.  Hon. W. U Gushing, premier of  Alberta, will interview Premier  McBrido to dienss terminal facilities at Vancouver for Alberta  gi-aiu. (V steamship Co., subsidized by the Dominion government wishes to build elevators,' at  Vancouver. ���  Frank Phillips had a close call  from being killed in kelson Thursday. Joe "SVason aimed at him,  pulled the trigger of his revolver  twice, but in each case the gun  missed fire. Wason is believed  to be either insane, or has a real  greivance. against Phillips.  William AVhytey second vice  president of the Canadian Pacific  railroad, has approved of Balfour,  opposite Proctor, as the site of  the proposed Canadian Pacific  tourist hotel in Kootenay. It is  understood that the hotel will be  ready to accomodate tourist  travel of 1011, and possibly may  be partially available some time  next season.  The new Imperial Bank building is well under way. The work  is in charge of S. A. Spencer of  Macleod, who is employed by the  Standard House ' Building * and  Contracting Company of Vancouver. <��� The building will bo ready  to occupy about Christmas.  ^5?"w ^^^ ^P^T^P ^^?>C t? ^?^  Big Ball on ML,  , - 1  The usual success will no doubt  attend the tenth , annual ��� ball*' of  the Moyie Miners',Union that  has  "  ' i  attended    their    former,  dances.  Every year since the union , was  iJ" t o     i  organized," with one or two exceptions, a grand^ball has been'.given  on or about the 12th of December.  (This year'the 12fch' falls .on Sun-'  day, so that the date, selected - is  Wednesday..the ��� .15th. "'Supper  will be served at the Hotel Kootenay, and the music will bo 'supplied by Profs. Chapman and Salmon and Mr. E. O. Kamm. - Tickets including .supper $2. . Ladie3  free.    '���,,"* ' ,    .   ,  Skates and   Skating  Shoes for Everybody  cr  :\/T  =D  We are read}''for lhe.greatest of all  winter sport's with, a complete stock  of  -skates      aud   .skating-    shoes.  Skates ranging in price from $1.50 to $4.50.  $3.50  to  Men's Shoes,  Women's Shoes,  Boys' and Misses' Shoes,  c  "^Cr  y These ' shoes are made from the best ''' ,  calf and'inuleliide reinforced at points '���>   ,  where the strain'is most "felt.    Madev''      *  ;    '; v for  comfort  as  well   as   durability.   ' '  ��� ..>   ' n.i       i ' < * ���">  MacBachern & Macdonald,  1 7.     '" ��,, Af . ..  ' lib ' ,  ^���^|^.^.^.^.^.^.jy.^.^.^A.^.2*^'^..'^>..'v..,^..'>  2f��4Zi^.-jr-*?���JfT-*�����*r���*?���*? fr  for  (US  fo  fo  fo ���  fo  '���&  fo  fo  fo  fo  fo  fo  fo  1 fo x'\  fo f  71V  *'.  foA  , forth*  ..fo>*  Ay  ' fo- \  . fo-:  -fo  ''fo.-.  fo  ��^&  ���i.'i  '$4.50  $3.50  $2.50  B  bd  m  W  >-*  Q  o  p  a  fed.  w  A - Coal Famine.    Patterson- Appointed.  - Moyie is threatened with a coal  famine, and those who have a  supply on hand are fortunate.  The two local dealers, Felix De-  saulnier and Wni. "Jewell, are ex-,  pectmg a supply- every ,'dayp but  for the present there is practically  none iu town. These men, placed  their orders last September.  However,' wood is plentiful, so  that there ismofc likely to be any  jjnfferioK *"frbtri ,a -fuel shortage.  A - carload'' .of   briquettes"  -Were  Jewell on the 7 th.  Hockey  Items.  The rink of the' Moyie Hockey  (Jlub will be ready for use within  a day or two. '   ���  The Cranbrook hockey players  have formed a city league, and  will not affiliate with outside  leagues this season. There will  be three or four teams in the city  league representing the C. P., II.,  the bankers and the commercial  interests.  Changes at Bank.  , W. H. Swan, formerly of the  branch of the Imperial Bank at  Arrowhead, is now in charge of  the Moyie branch. C. W. Keade  has returned to Golden, where he  was stationed prior to coming to  Moyie.  Good Payday.  Yesterda5r was payday at the  St. Eugene, aud $31,000 was the  amount disbursed. Business in  all lines was good and the holiday  trade was started.  The ' resignation of Lieutenant-  Governor , ' Duusmuir of British  Columbia has been accepted and  Thomas -W. Patterson of i Victoria  appointed to fill the vacaucy.   '   -  MivPatterson is a son-in-law of  Senator^Riley and''- a-^ native, of  Bruce county,,going jvest 25 years  ago. ,The Lieutenant-Governor-  elect is a retired railway contractor'and formerly a membeivof the  British Columbia' legislature. A He  isft-wellkaowu  and' popular' fig-  ' UtB-lU-l)nt*'UUSlUO�� luxe IUSIH.UWU.  ver island and the province generally. 'He possesses large timber  aiid lumber interests. Mr. Patter-  sou sat as member for the Islands  in the looal legislature from 1903  to 1907, when he was defeated by  Mr. A. E. McPhillips, the present  member-elect for the same con  stituency. ' He is Liberal in politics. [     '  Systematic and   Scientific.  The Coming Treat.,  "viA '  V'"p I'  ' '',"$'-'  Aj ';  rrp  :A fs i��  ��� Ai ''  ���' AA\ ,  .'���y*   ���  ",.'-< i'i  AvVl  , A&'i  -A'-;  - ^  ' <|iVJ  f>-|  -'   b  ���A .  A,! i  'M ���  <:&A  *A%''\  P. S. Partridge, who was formerly day operator at Coleman for  the C. P. It. and latterly at Bur-  mis, was arrested last week at  Burmis and taken to Macleod.  He was' charged with trying to  defraud the company ou several  counts and was sent up for trial.  The accused would write on the  stub of a ticket the name of a  place many miles short of the  place disignated on the ticket aud  pocket the difference. People  who came for freight, were  charged higher than the regular  tarriff and the balauco neatly  "cached" in his pocket.  Overwork.  That   Mining   Convention.  Although the zinc question was  responsible for bringing the coming mimug convention into being.  It is increasingly evident that  the gathering in Nelson on Dec.  15 will be a general mining convention, which will he prepared  to take action not only regarding  the zinc industry, but also to take  up the varied assortment of general : mining questions.���Nelson  ���News. ' . ���   '   '  ���   An Honest Man.  Ladysmith Chronicle:���Mr. D. J.  Thomas lost his election deposit,  but that didn't prevent him from  paying his printing expenses  promptly and in due order.  R. li. Jamieson, formerly of  Cranbrook, has been re-elected  mayor of Calgary by acclamation.  He was an undertaker,  Worked to beat the Dutch,  The Reaper got him���folks all say  Ho undertook too much.  ,   Those' wishing to  procure   tick; '  ets for ,the  Bengough  entertaia- ,  1       .        '* .'  montnext^Tuesday  eveniiig,  De-.,'  cember 14th, should not delay, .as''1'1.  the advance sale has  been  better  than for any yshow that has" beeii /  here for a long  time. .   The'price1 -.,  "   .       ���    <       ���-. V., Zrj'   ' ���  has, been placed within the .reach.- ,,..  of'allb General, admission is\ 50 '*.  cents,-aud reserved seats-75 centa-p  Herald'has to say of- the Ban-, '  gough concert given there last '  week. ' .  The entertainment provided by  Mr. Baugough the well known  Canadian cartoonist and humorist' ���'  on Wednesday and Thursday at  the opera house was a pleasing  change from the usual run of dramatic productions that have  visited this city., Mr. Bengough's  personality, and versatile manner  of attracting his audience has  placed him foremost ,.amoug the  entertainers and his programme  ou Waduesdiy evening was brim  full of humorous anecdotes, amusing monologues, mimicry aud  jokes, while tha several recitations of a pathetic interest  showed that Mr. Bangougli.. can  adapt himself to auy circumstance. Ht3 versatility m.\ke3  him in sympathy with his audience and his whale entertainment  never draggod or weaiied. Mr.  Bengough is a keen student of i  nature and can portray its every  form with subtle skill and all the  while he has tho power of keop-  iug tho closo attention of his  audience. His skill as a cartoonist is I'oiuarkable ^the pictures  bciing produced rapidly and  firmly in a style that can bo said  to bo unique,  New Sensations For The Next Fif=  teen Days At The Daylight Store.  ier ee  off every suit,and overcoat.       Our   entire   stock   of  clothing' inustpg'o.        ,.        ,,  $2A suit now $.TS.OO $20 suit now $15.00.  $1S overcoat How $13.50.  Quick action  is   imperative   if   3-011   mean, to   secure  your pick  of'patterns.  Coupons with every purchase.  Daylight  Store,  ROBERTS & MESS1NGER  sA-  ,   /  r   '"  "  b  (      ,-  - ^    y A  I"             l  --?/  w ..,���, .  .       ->  *   . ,  fr I' ���.;��������  ��f*K''::A' '  H-i lb*,"'    J b   '  ?', >>' ��',   I  - 'VV';    i  * - S '>"  ���} *r '  . b*- .(::'-.  ���   N+tT 'Mr <* '.^  THE  ;~s!-*e- s=c-ar=>:  E TRADER, MOYIK BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ���fcAV>  I:  ill'  A  *4\  !  if-  r  m 10m LfiABBt  Popless Bottles.  i. (  &&?Vf-'p? >   '*? <  i*"*>  ^'feO i>';  $$8$i* Silt  I* ilili-hed in the interest of the people  ,,,-    - , ���    ,,, !     An  inn  vation whh-h has  be n  of ixoyie and jpJasl kootenay. -   .   A        ,     A    ,      tI       ,       "   ,  ���* ^ it trod need at the Hocel   Woleott.  r      ~        -----------d==^==r===.=.-^-=���_= j accoiding    to   an. announcement!  F. J. SMYTH. Pvijt.i3u;:ii.       j niade by lhe management will not;  ~==r^z==z=^^===^====r===^ of that  class   of  1 citizens to whom the buying of  [champagne menus "I'm one for a  I hot old rime, Hoopla! Hang the  ' expense!"  The sad news is that champagne  will be served at the hotel  hence-'  forth minus the   resounding   pop.  t of the   -liberated   cord.      As   an!  'habitue of the Great White  Way}  expressed it:  "Who wants to b.uy joy .water  if the cork isn't going to,.pop any  more? 'Why, the pop,is as inde-  spcnsable as" the bubbles. ' If your  ears aren't going to be treated  ��vibhnUie squeak of  the  cork f.rd  A Poor Weak Woman  KATE    OF    SUJi*-CItH*TIO.S ,  QaeVear . . .    .- .,   $2.00  RA'.U .PAY,  DEC, 31,   1939.  . Again we urge you iiqI to  .pospone your Christmas shopping.   \      ���      '    ���  As ihe is termed, will endure bravely and patiently  agonies nhtch n strong man would give way under.  The fact is women are more Dfltient than they ought  ,,      to be under such troubles.  Every vromaji ought to know that she may obtain  the aiost experienced   medical advice free of charge  and in absolute confidence and   privacy by writing to  .the World's Dispensary Medical Association, R. V.  Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y,    Dr. Pierce  has been chief consulting physician of  the Invalids'  Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y., lor  many years and has had a wider practical experience      '  in the treatment of women's diseases than any Other physician io this country.  His medicines aro -world-famous for their astonishing efficacy.  The most  perfect   remedy ever   devised   for weak sad deS*  cate -women is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. *   '-'  IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG, -:^\  SICK WOMEN WELL." ^ _f*&  -Tbe many and varied   symptoms of woman's peculiar  ailments   are fully'***)"]  forth in Plain'English in the People's Medical Adricer (JOOS pa��es), s ocwiy   1  - revised and up-to-date Edition of which, clotb-boand, will be mailed frt* car.    1  receipt of SO one-cent stamps to pay obst of mailing tmfy.    Adibwa u cbora. l.%|  I. 0. 0. F.  ��^6'^3��s:**fe5CJ ivinicy i,in>(�� >". ����  Meets Tuesday evenings in McGregor  lull on Victoria ctm*t. Sojourning  Odd Fellowfl cordially invited. ,  Louis Coluna RJ.Smvtu.  Noble Grand. Scsr'y.   r^  ._  fet. ��nj;*i'He JL��<!j;e No. ^7  K. of P.  Merlf cvtry Thursday  evening    in    McGregor  Jiall nt sS ( 'clock.   Vis-  iiiug.brothers invited.  P. J, McAtpr.vB, 12, A. IIiu.  Chancellor Com. K. R" &.' S  SOME SNAPS  Sze2'lx2J.    jj.,  ���I'p.  rodir  Kew house for sale  900.    Term's.  "  Boarding and Lodging house with v> ���,K  sale or rent.   , If sale is made, good tcr��,s7a',u  Four room house on Campbell ^ir,,.,    .i,1 ���      -  "   - ' ���"''      >��� 'ICu   <4?n  ft,r,  b*,it  - **  Failed To  Show Up.  Ic is reported that.Canada's official linnj?tnan may have his of-  A   Fine  Calendar.  We have   received ,'a ,copy   of  "The Gospel, Text Calendar,"  for  " Golem aYr^ivi mer-'^-rThe li en s  iiround Coleman must all, be-  long -to the   union.  -l)y the eggs they lay they must !>'��'1 V*y for a .quart of fiizz.,"���  ,'r      ���'<.< r     /'.A      -'    i ��� New York Herald- ' '  -be out for'a closed shop. I     -   '-���  thenVs gUci cryL It bu��L f^l^41 h*d Cttt ?tt   ~  ��'������It of  1910, published by II. ^.   Ilalhnan  tyuy carbonated ���cider.  ,J c^Rt the pqp of'iiie"cork,if  worth  judgingj.Uxmt three quarters of the  price  'A  , .  .               ���, Not   Miserly. '  jjcntleluau    in    Owen ' : ,  Sound gets  a   millioii' dollars!    The, following beautiful "senti-  lioldincrs. ' menfc " 'fl'oal   the   pen "of ,'that  to  dor     3 lis  "cement  the bottle, yon'might just as well |his uon^PPearance at North Bay  I figure'fl*evr c?a5rs aj^�� -^or t^36 hanging of  Ian Italian. J.'D. Radcliff of 5-1  Fern avenue,'Toronto, is paid S700  a year by ^he ' Dominion government for the filling'of this position,' and ho is supposed to either'  officiate at the public executions  or Vend word to the sheriff of the  countj* if he will/be unable to be  present on account of sickness��� "or,,  for'other reasons.-   In  the, North  gifted editor and present,  United  ^.hq^S P��th���g>]lkc-}}*vmg states   Senator''from   Tennessee,  <o ' your wdlh 'in conrcte form.--- H��b Taylor;  .    i ,     I     <��i m�����u A.ii     on  Montreal Herald.  of Borliuj Out. It contains thir  teen "large sheets, beautifully  printed in colors, suspended from  a silk-cord'.' K.vch sheet except  the cover contains a design of n  Bible witli,a'Bible text for each  day in the month, and" at the  lower end of the sheet a calendar  for the month iu large "figures.  Tlie publisher desires' an active  agent in e^ch county or'city^ to  sell the calendar.   Price 25  cents  ^.olklrk boUsc, No. 50  a. r. * a. jap  Regular meetings  on the first "Wednesday of * eaeb  mouth'.0"  Visiting brethern welccme;     '  ���   ��       O. T. McGregor, "W. Mp  D. A. Ayros, Secretary.,"'  down and good time for balance.  Several houses for rent,' at $U) per n;<;nih':ui(1 ���'  ���    For sale-,-Mautel folding bed and i��:i{K.... '^  at this office.   ' ���    . ^ -]-i,  m  Bay case Itidcliir sent no excuse enchj samplei copy" and prices^ to  nor was'the sheriff able to locate | age'uts 15,'centsA Send for a copx.  him, and was forced- in the   euier-  to H. S. Hallfuan, -Berlin, Ont.-  J  . ",l would  rather  fill ,my "purse I gency to hire a stranger   tn'-'exe-  p (| with money aud   keep   its gatos   c"*e the Italian, ,-At the, depart-'     ���,"     "��� .    L   ,-;.    '      ,   -    ,.  L,-���,.*.l ,. . ,       ... I .A   _P A    ..       ..    u    A   *     ,,   -The greatest', danger'from  in  ..,__., ajar to niy happy, girls while  yet j nieut  of   justice   it  was  learned  Phoenix Pioneer:    A ' Win- ! ^&7 lm%ev "ader' m"y roof th.in to'I cliat-tlie Minister of Justice' was  ''.    ,r>   ,       ,      .       .    l\      'lcluilCh it with a miser's hand'' UQ-! Poking into the maefcer'and that  jnpcg judge   recenily   decided jtii alI  the harp3fcL,iuffj ���f youfch  official   action  'would   be',taken  that, a .cigar' smoked   after ajai'e broken and all its music for  jncal, was a food, and' .a  Tor-\e?, ^rfd>   -1 w��uld vat^er spend  .   A   :    '   '   ���'        r my last nickel fjr a   bag ,oE   mar-  pnto maojstrate   has  come   to bles'tdgladdbn the hearts  of piny  within'the next ��qw  days.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  '  I No. 71 w. F. of M: ,, ���  .Ueeta in McGregor hull every'Saturday evening.' pSojourning   members  nre'cortliully invited lo attend!   ',  John Boydj v        ,���   James Boberts  - eoM tunl euar  ' President.  > Secretary  Ready * for ., Business.  the conclusion that tobacco'  is! barefooted ' boys   than   to   denv K ' ' "     '�����"..���'  ' a dnjg.   , It is now up'to' -some !,Chem ^ ch,iJdish P.^asures and    - Je   ^   ah^>' '.Jfor''business  .       .      .      -- ���    ' ���   leave fcheni a ba^ of,gold tor^uar-j^aud sh^" b.e  K!a,d   to,, servevyou.  fluenza is of its resulting in pneu-1  monia. ' This"can��be obviated by  using Chamberlain's Cough -'Rem-  edy, as ifc'notonly cures influenza,  rbut counteracts any tendency of  the disease towards pneumonia'.  Sold by -\ioyie Drug 'aud Stationery Go. p.  ,  Harvey, 1 McCarterJ T&  ,'tl  Macdbnald: J ; ;  Barriaiers, Solicitors, Notaries/ .Etc  ��� ���' p  i   ' ���'.   .A        '  Cranbrook//,-   -    B. Q.  {       i ' ft ,       r     ir      1  w. p.!: gtjrd; , !f > ��� -;\  BAJtKISTlSlt, SOtiIOITOIt,ETO.  'crInbeook:.*    b,    ,   '      b. o  JtlSt ;Thillk;;''-^gular Avatclu,:, cv,, ;ilil,  ��  '       '        'i        ^j   , ."      , ' ' '���>-   ���       r ��� cu<1,'"iitaj |  , / for 3-yqare .by^OOof'thoMeading j-v,'i;lk^ia ivh.'1-  .    (   "15, jewel 0 s|zc,;25' year hunting qse, $20.00  -    ^*, o l 15 j[ewel,:l6 sirc,;:open face'20 year ca<c', SI5^50  r 'V; ft. Our^special men's watch'at- SlO.tfb is ^od"va!ue  '" ,/ -.   ; :; We iiVyiLqyou W examine .our .stock  ';  '''    "    -'''  ''   '       'l '      A      A; .. ' " b'3'' "�����>' ��� .     "  ,- ��� Er^cti'cal1: iWatchmalcer and Jeweller.  0'::yictoria"St:'; ISo'utb.'^''"'"'  m  Ai  MOYIE, ;  *i, '<r i  n /'  bra 1113.' justice or tlie ;pea,ce   to,! rel over when I ain dead.'. I- ab-   .^Ve ^av,e,a, larSd nnmber of sound  -1i.cnnv.-r   that'   a   cigarette , is I hor fc5ie P't^ess hawk that  circles jVestr^eats~  ^'  'Vancouver 'tcity  discover  '' ' t      .c/        ���  tbe real elixir of life.,  u>  !    f>  ,"/  S'bi.MKf-^1   if * bi  '--> v --CrcstonlUias-JaL^^^uch,   a  prosperous _year tliat the boara*  1 . "v j .  ' of trade of that town is talking  ''    '.    ��� ���     .       ��� ���' '  ' .seriously of holding a banquet  about the end  of  the month.  This they consider  will1  b^   a  fitting     termination    of �� the  year's business.    Bv the wav,  what has   become   of Moyie's  board of trade?  in   the'air  only   to^swoop' down land' Sltbl?rbau   properties. wEich!  and strangle the son^  of the .lin-' ��^?r E^eaC opportunities to inves-  nefc,or biiry ifc3 talons in the heart'  of the dove/,' I' despise" the  soul-  pels him to strangle the^augti^r1'  and song of his oivn familv."  ?kkj'Vf t  fbi'ljir  ?-fef ?b'"'  ^ss; t&:il  fo/M; ' %> p  While saving seldom leads  to immense wealth, thrift is a  safe and'excellent habit, savs  the-New West Trade. Without it there are always, quick-  saiids which apj^ear in the  road at the most inopportune  moments. ' With it, there is  always a reserve on which to  L lean in cases of embarrass-  ment. Philip D. Armour has  said: "I lay it down as a safe  proposition that the fellow  who, every little while, has to  break into the baby's bank  for carfare, isn't going to  ��.'olve into a Baron Roth  child.  D  own     in     Spokane - Miss  The Local Option   Vote:  1 l ��� \ f  It is evident that the people of  British, Columbia do not want  Local Option says,'the Fernie Free  Press. ��� Il is still more evident  chat no' one in particular is  anxious p that a majority vote'  should, have been past for the  measure in Fernie. After all the  noise that has been made by Local Prohibitionists not a solitary  man or wpraau appeared at the  polling places to instruct the  voters how to cast , their ballots  on this question. Hundreds of  voters knew nothing of nlebiscite  and when offered the ballots did  uot know what to do with it.  One single Local Option scrutineer on the outside could have  secured at least 200 more-votes in  Fernie for the introduction of the  measure. The count'showed there  was a "live one" in Cranbrook.  Loafers and Street   Corners.  Charlie i3 waiting for Mabelle.  Pete wonders when Dill will arrive. Hubby is pacing up * and  down the walk, each moment expecting the arrival of his wife.  Susie and Hessie have a date with  ttro young fellows.  They all meet ou a half dozen  of tho busied corners of the   city  tors.  We have a .special^department  for country;,clients,   ahd'-nU in-'  TOrW^r,-"^ri,ww'nroic" Ptlattentipn.  When in Vancouver, let us 'snow  ypu;wliat we have 'to offer before  going elsewhere. Our,, listing department ensures quick sales. ",-' "���  "-���We'have several 'good subdivisions ou the market which it  will pay you to investigate. ���  , TnE DOMINION STOCK &  BOND CORPORATION OF VANCOUVER. LTD.  Winch. Bldg., (Ground Floor)'  Hastings St., W.     ,  ,    Vancouver, B. C.  P. O. Box 1208.  Fall  r. -y  s  DR. P. B. MILES,  '-''''    A,, p.     ���  Cranbrook,    "  ��� ; B^'C,  -At , I' 'r>\-  -'     ,      t  fc   v  Whyi'-PaypMore  iture?  i  ' <: '    ,       a a   , ' . <  ./ A���  Our slocMs the Largest in, the district, dd lhe/'"  ,      . V      * fl    I ��� !*. ��      1 U  /��     * /  best assorted/  J      .' i  "^ il  ja.*  (      ' Stole the Nest Egg.'   '  Crestoh Review:--\Vill the  "honest'.' person who stole the  eggs out of. my chicken coop,  kindly return the china nest egg,  if he has not already eaten it. and  oblige?���Arthur Okell.  Fl NE NEVV'stouk-o^uTg  nattiest >iir 'Fall   'Suitings  from  ^eastern' 'and English  manufa'cturers just received,  They   are  undoubtedly .the  handsomest'  and' most  distinctive    fabrics- that  have  yet heen  offered  and, those  who would  have  something  select ,in    a' Suit  for "fall  should    leave    their   order  early.    A fit guaranteed and  at a reasonable price.  George; H^Thompson '  '"   ; ^AnjR'kSTER.'rp'SollCi;TOK''  f o,  CBANBROOK-,  BRmsu CoLUMnu.  W, R. BEATTY  Embalmer and Undertaker,  ��� \   '     CRANBROOK  Phone 9.  Our-ainViias ahvays'Ueen Id slock such lines) a?  ovory-day pe'ople cai 1 Tor ewry-day.      . f I  i^b.'tU   ������ ;,   v,  ',-j  ,".'?- y, *'.P p *. " u>5|  A?-*,."/^ A ���.;*-��� l\'"����\^> -:<- ':<     ;   ��� c.--";l  "T  f   ,'U  l6jQmrn ot&Cb a irs  Selling Just. ,now at 36 'cents.'' Limited numbers lo* ^|  ;  ','   '     ,,    each  customer  Cranbrook-���"..���Co-operative  Material   Facts.  . "Tommy," said the teacher of  the juvenile class, "when water  becomes ice what is the great  change that takes place?"  "The change in  price,"  replied  Tommy.  Pressing and Cleaning  Done  Prices Right.  C. A. FOOTE  R. H. DWYER,  Undertakeh    and  r Emimlmkr      ''   ,  With CO-OPKKATIV'E STORES  ..CRANBROOK, B. C.  ������T��@��$<  jVlerehant Tailor.  MOYIE,  B. C  Olivia Dahl, lIic famous  Nor    '^."P*11 fcho mailable space on  -   ^01   I the .sKbwalk and  crowd into the  wo^ian soloist,   lias  opened   a  itmlid, and she has also   been  -Pj"billed vocal teaelier at the  Cheney   normal   school.      In  hu-  nati\e   land    ^liss   ,Dahl  Ii.as suno before Kinq- Haakon  And Queen-Maud   of  Norway,  This reminds   us   that   a few  years, ago !\liss Dahl  was  billed  to.   sing   in Morley  hall,  ^o)dc:.. There was, however'  a'comuer attraction in.the way  of a dog: and  pony show,   and  'only three people went to hear  tlie famous s'ing-er..  It is needless to say- that Miss Dahl did  not warble that   evening,  and  i'i  entrances of stores. As a result the  predc-,train who is anxious to go  about hh own business is compelled to shoulder his way through  the throng while the merchants  lose trade, tlio busy people preferring to 6l10p where access to  the pinco is gained with less of a  struggle. Howard and Riverside  ranks first as the loafing place for  Spokane, says the Inland Observer  A   Pair  of Toasts.  Coming to Moyie  Tuesday, December 14th.  MORLEY  HALL  T.T.McVitt��e.C.B..p'L.8.        H. v. P���fcer, C  McVITTIE & PARKER  Provincial Land Surveyiyg  KAIK.WAV   *   ��tIN,NG    ENOIXEBIcnfO  Estimates Furnished.  OFFICES  Fort Steele P. O. Uox 2.7.  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.  As made by the present brewer i.- admittedly &  . Best Jieer in .East Kootenay. , With the Best &&  and.the Purest Spriug Water it is nnL-xcelleii for  quality.   Insist on having Mqyu? I^eer,  BOTTLED AND DRA1T WM  U'LU,  MUELLER & HESSE,   PEOPS,  /~y*  The were lined up in front'��� of  the wet goods : counter���the' old  bachelor and the benedick.  "Here's to woman," said' the.  benedict, "the morning star''of  our infancy;the day star of our  manhood and.the evening star of  our old age."  .       ��� Here's to our   stars."-   rejoined  t:ree    people,    got    their j|th�� bachelor, "iind  may   tbey, always be kept afc a   telescope   dis-  f-nnfn,", " '     '   ���  '        ' '   ��.  "'"'in' line  Gartoonist and  Entertainer.  On  His. Farewell Tour,  e  *1&  BUY   YOUR  tigars  Tobaccos  Fruit and  Confetionery  FROM  A. B, Stewart  Thos. Summers  Cigars, , Tobacco,  Fruit  and  Confectionery!  TOYS,   NOTIONS   ETC.  South   Victoria   St.  ��� ���������     c;  MOYIE    HOTEL.  P. F. JOEMSTOJt  This Hotel is tfew and well Furnished m  Tables are Supplied with the Best m  Market affords The Bar is Filjed 3  the Best Brands of Liquors and WJ  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEN  .rS���coi^  MOVIE  ItKlTlS  -THE���  ���\i--'  ��,��/j q ��-i" vbo v .y f^i /,    ..  _ . .-���.-���'!r.r.;'A-'^"y,lD'".l'^s-iiifi   ,>.\\,,,.'  "   ^ ,...,.:.- .^  Chamberlain s ��� fv"c-, cl>oier.-. ann  - '"airlmca Kcmcdy.  Il may save life.  ���Never fails.;  Buy U J10^,a{,r'1^�� ^'^dy.  DJESADI.NIER     UKOS,    Pop*.  Large sample room in connection  with houao /or commercial men. Best  of accommodation.  Hoadqunrtera for   Commercial and Mini'ngMcn.  SEND rOIJK  KOOTENAY  STEAM  laundky.  All White I*W*I  QU��B.VS    AVENUE  MOVIE,n. 0  Loavo work with t^0  :ioc��*"i  A,BaSTE  WA^�� ��� *��~r(  'fl*v\ *~"Z-T  \.' y <��� v-r.  r     THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.   *g  ptrht    1003,   by  Helen 'Greon.      Book' Enfl  Dramatic   IttcMa  P*   ' ��� Itebcrted.)  HE Hd was officially down on gambling In  New York.   That dou't mean that 1 uud nil  the rest couldu't( have kept our' houses open  ' and gathered big money, but during thc.se  perlctJa ��� the slip-me squads made it too cx-  ilve.   Y��u couJd keep opeu' if you obeyed the hint  gee the captain" of the district.   After Win came  aen, nnd don't ever think they were pikers!   They  |d every night, and as pooii ns one pair were sup-,  Jy staked permanently they switched the cut'on  Sid a fresh brace* appeared.   That's why so many  cs close���not because of laws or district attorneys,  Jjbecnnso tho bulls have to get theirs and request  frequently.    -     * , , , ,  |bo samo sort of "reform" was agitating New Jor-  Thoy had' soaked the Long1 Branch crowd- so  that Daly closed, up his big Pennsylvania Club.  little flah, stood tor, rnids and shakedowns until  |tom dwindled, because a man of reputation whs  jld to play In a house where n pinch was.llnlile to  iio.off ouy tnlinito.'   1 bud a partncipcalled Vukon  irln.,   He >wna only abbut thirty, ,but' he'd turned  K early and began by bankrolling r the sure-,thing  irs over tho old traJl between Skagway uiid Daw--  j, and wbcrn,ra,checIiaco���the'name'given to "vls-  Ss rto the'North, who haven't spent a*whiter in  isk'a���came along and  wouldn't - wa'nn, op to any  ^Yukon's,,pickets   he'd  do'the'guy  tbo. honor of  Breading for hini in person, i > P   '���    ,  |Ho'd wb'rked ��6r mo ft. good while.' He could slide  mo evening fclolhes and entertain a party,"by gassing,.  i>out" literature and  art,  owned  an'' artless, 'boyish -  |ugb  that, kidded  many' a  tightwad  Into  shooting  ray'a'jtbouBanrt.where'hc bad meant, to risk a etm-,  ify'fhotc', and* always left the mark feeling pleasant.  I^the best system.   I've had' the'same men comliig ,  ackffor more year after year, and ready'to fight hie-  Sr the,chance to get^ktnnedl' A.''A, "��� '-.   -,.  , ���  jl sent Yukon toL nose around tbo watering places  par town.land- lie dug up a' joint that listened 'like  iVney to me." > , ���   .  _     . A    '  It_was. at^Shelter .Bay, not'far from fjong Rranch.  Jrokers-nnd bankers rkcpt summer home's there, and  It was within easy automobile or "power boat ride of  vo other,Yc'sorts. rT,     A '' " , r, - <���   '- ,'  ||\' "TUcre's" a flossy'Inn on the water-front," reported  JTukonp "all = ready' to go in��o.v It's furnished,'small  testanraut, "big grOiinds,''boathou'se and landing. and  [[for; lease,at ?350 a month., It's small., tiur." we ain't  frenUn'' rooms. If ,i��oii ,cnp drag tlie play s there'it's  Must tho.place.  .Owner's 109 111 to run It."  Starting',the Game. t <  -A   '"  W   To cut" the details, 1 rented Shelter Inn and sent,  Ldown my crew' from,, the , Ne<jv York- house. 'The,  1; builder.-had designed "a long dancing hall,;, which ex-"  i'teiidcd'out'Oyer ihe*w.iter,-cpnneeting with tin* second ;  ;floor'of 'the hotel by oblong passage.', A flight of sfeps '  n gave entrance from the fioa tr The other ijoor was at ,  ", the eud of,, tbo passage. ''.Underneath tho hall was a *'  X ' * jr 3   **"it r X i.  'storehouse for boats.  '_' pb'-p  <��� 'jlt;;*">.i'-'*J*   i- ������- ���:  ���  ?'"  JW hen 'I had sumptuously ftmil^hed the,; ball'I put-,  iA.in.f.��hn_faraIai-cnL.a roulette*, wjbe-jjl. a.craqsJtable ,nud.,-.  " made'provision for'n.stud cameMf.iim:i)ne^w^ite<l_H:ui'  It was'a swell "snared,, arid better than  soimTor "myT  mllllonnaire customers bad at' home. A My black cook1  cifinb to boss the kitchen, aud tYukon "provided  two  waiters  who  had   worked   In such an establishment  before and knew bow to forget whatever they' saw.  Y.'lien we were all sot for business, with the 'phono  going and my automobile ready for service, I not Hied '  various  persons Hint  there 'wns something doing at  Shelter liny.   -My "dub house*" was so arranged that  iu case of a raid I could''hold the fort until the evidence was stowed away.  I  was eating breakfast with Yukon  one morning  when -he< clipped an advertisement'.from tbe paper.'  "Hero's   another   Shelter   Inn,"   he   said.     "Pipe!  'Shelter Inn,  Long Brunch. offers superb board, ?10  'n week.   Hoating, tennis, every convenience and pleasure.   Quests met at station.'"        - 1    ,  "Well, that's not at Shelter Day," I said.    "What  of It?" ,   '  "Be funny if they got some of our folks by mistake, that's nil." said he.   V1 pnsscd it yesterday  awful joint!" - ,     '  I wasn't interested, nnd said so  was golng-.to mix.tbe two.  Ten minutes later Scott, my black steward, called  ' mc to. the telephone.   There was .vmmiM squawking  Into lt��� evidently tbo central, but I couldn't hear anything.    Finally  I   caught, part of  It.    She  asked  If  Jesse.  Hamlin  could got  a  room 'for $10.   To  make  sure I repented tho question.    "Yes," she answered.  ��� The long distance was acting prankish, and it wus  rill I could do to make hor hear me.  "Why, tell him to come down and be my guest'." 1  bawled.' "Whnf? nab>s>? Any rale he wants. 1  don't care'. What? Well, ton If he Insists, then; only  ,aiul I'M send the mne'iinc. To-duy?  -the three oVloc'i b��ai frei" N'"1"''  Uoom for two?    Twenty, If  Sturgis Opens for Business at Shelter Bay and Unex-  ��        pectedly Finds, a Wife  �� ,   ,        BY  HELE^T  GREEN , ,     '  and ,Tr.s<;ic came back with the simple tnle of her own  brief life. "One w.-el; out of a jo.ir to rest." It was  in my mind as she talked, and il stayed i:i.ere,all day  ai.d'part of the night, until the sudden arrival of the  male Jesse IJamlin diwe other tb.ngs away. I didn't  men 1 ion my odd mistake. Ho Explained that he.wps  going on a* wedding trip to Thibet a:<d wanted a flyer  or two first. ' , '  Long Way from Broadway. A^_  "Win out expenses, you know," he laughed.  To Thibet, eh? It was'a long jaunt from Broadway, and it would bo well to ' tabe" Mr. Hamlin,'aud  take him quick.   ��� ' <���  He liked any-form of gambling; but the dice best. ���  "A craps gome's speedy nctlon.'; he obyerved.i "I  pot fond of it In California." He began t?> flay, about  nine. '      '  He probably wouldn't care so much for it later, for  I fancied that the sagacious Willetts h-id a few pa!r=>  of dice that hi'urht bc'new to'him. He dropped three  hundred at the trapr. tabli ind wandered o>er to the  roulette wheel. Thli move p'eased mo, and I bonoreil'  Iliiiuliu bv taking the operator's place.  jfv customer had s|int awry n chunk in bouses ot  chance, but he, h!:o uiIIiIodh of'others, m'sht'havo  ' gambled for fortv years and uovor cut bis eye tu'ltli.  5I�� cbnsidnrs himself a "sport," and Uphfs en^ tlio  Bvuonym for sport was "sueicer." N��^ orie but a fool  smears hlwbebi.ii!! over tbe beJlrd. Fortnnntely, Ham-  'Tin was on't, bo btt,-dribLled t\>> nty dollar cho'ks from  the several stacks which he had bought on the num-*  bcrs," the double and'single "0," and the col-r. 1 en-  cournged'Mm witb gov t-^llie.s.        , *���  "Ob, I'll bear you yet," he pbouted. ^'Hep! Bring  1,me another drink, 55cott. please."    ' '",',,���  ', Then  be   chCnged  what  he   proudjy described   ns  bis "system"  and quartered ?'!\n on four n.ymbprs. -  He lost each bet.' Finally   he w,on.a few small bets,  which reddened'his face and brichlcned, his eye  Five'' hundred dollars .on red followed, and black,  ���won.- On-? thousand doHars on the black was hi? iipt  effort The ball clicked, and redrc:��mo_up. I rallied  him merrily, and he quartered $1,000 on a new- s,yt  'of numbers hp fancied. Tha .ball Uireatr-uc;d for an  Instant to die on'one of' Ws 'numbers, but t ��ol)-(  bled,- and rolled Anally Into a 27 hole, ou which Hum-  llii hud played In ?100 the previous spni. 1 Iwflonbte  "0" fascinated him and he continually pushed ?100 on  it. 'When he did Uie,,Httlc silve" sphere dodged nhe  "00" in the 'wheel as if It were alive.   Single   0     ��,.;.  V _     _ _ . ..         ..'..v.^      tVl^L     .llMllklp (J'  bunch  on the ���'  F ....^.. v����-  , ��� - - -    ���  ' S^!^r3w the'cause'of'Hamlin's'111 luck.    There  ;   wasn't any hick to it. for it w.as a cinch, but not for  -  "Sown though the centre-of the-wheel ran a wire  so line that had it dangled before him   he,'raislibnot  I   have seen it. 'It ran through tbe tabic leg, under, (lie,  '   thick   velvet   rug   and   through' it   again   m 'a  spot  ���   whh-h my foot covered.,   A pressure 01 my toe ns I  '   smiled amlab'ly at the fool regulated,the speed ol the  '   spinning wheel and settled the fate of the .bad.    Ai  1   the bets are made before, the wheel spins   the answer .  '   was easy.,   When be won It was because ,1  had to  ���   case^lUm   along.    Xauiraily  he  cashed  mighty   few v  bets   and watched'the big ones raked In by, the man  who u-ni'nllr rolled the wheel, uow acting as-croupier. ,  It was six A. M.' when Hamlin r.urned a dull eye  on me.   and'thlckly said that would be, plenty.-    He  was.prcttv well boozed   and. very ugly.    I, bad h.s-  ���-Vchcck for 533,700, 'a good-night's business.  t    ' Yvkon escorted him to a room, .and when he lad        ��� ,,,-  '   flung himself upon the  bed-he  muttered, something      ., ��-.  ' about" "stopping-that, check.".   That's tisually  their,    . ;,_.���"  first 'ttioti^lit     '     *��� *���* ** *'        ' u  '   '    1-. ~  There was'only one early boat forNew.^ork I wns , ���. )  ' aboard when it left the pier. AVbcn I got bac-s to ^04;.'  IBhelter'Bav 'Burlce met me with the maclilne. ,      -_   (<  "We've Hiad a  hot  time  at .the-house,"  said  hc^  ," '  ?A\ '  '' rii  .'- Av-  a 'r'Pf ''  >  1    Afl  ,  -&,,,  AAL  ���   ���   bf A -  'V .r ���'-J&.Tc'       *  ��A,->��.'i  0(1 ',  ��� *      1  ���\^rl  'P'f  b^'H  1   '*"  i  :^* >  ;il  V-  1-, '  . , 1 ,   **,  ',   ' JMi'p'  -���"  ,''-A-  An  Vb.-p:. b.    _ j VAS TpYlNG TO, QUIET KI.M   WHEN  friend.   Cni the last step I baited, for a woman's voice  '.sounded from the veranda.  Oh, but I got sore!    Had that mutt brou'^t fome  doll���his wife Or some one's else���It was all the same,  for a skirt can spoil your bu.-biess quicker than anything eloe.    I was thinking of lhat when Scott soitly  , came up to mc.  "Mist, Frank," said he, grlnnimr. "so we get lart.es  vonh  an' vo' done folipot 10 tell me bote fhcln' flowahs  Ml.sf Yukon:    Cyant he  to?    ltcckon he'd  MISS HAMLIN  BLOWS UP TO US, GAVE A SCREAM AND THEN SHE TORE INTO HIM.  "l was horrified. We broke nil tbe speed laws getting home. "Where's that mutt?" I whispered to  Yukon.   He laughed cheerfully^ -. ���  "Vr first," said be, "I was going to lick tho lifo  half out of him, but I knew your policy���eaution. I  was trviug to quiet him when Miss Hamlin b ows up  ������"�� -. . . (..wn     Inlrt     Will ..  tel!  her t�� hike up here.    I-can't get  No one but an ass  fob de tabic. , Jus' listen at  talk sof;  an'  low .when  be wants,  make a liit in any comn'ny."  "But   curse it. tbe\  must have stopped to get out  of the rain. S"<Ub" 1 ^!d: "Hiafs all.    There are no  MOinen cproti-B ^ro. -It's Mr. Hamlhband a fr-end  t   moxrd   to lb-  wjiidow.  whore.  ����!.indliiir  in   the  cterj-iblng   on   the -electric  was-   earnestly   addresslug  shadow, "1   could   view  lighted   \orsuda.     YuKr-n  two gtii��.  "But  we Uiue tn  be  quite p'-.re.  cw.i'.nn-s. ��H.i locked l-o 11 couple of  ,,j,l ren n week, and that's  ;] ��e ran aftord.   And \-h;it  said  the smaller  Yukon  about  till mc his train  Yes. If he hurries  York.    All right.    Kb?  you like.   Ooodby."  I uiii all iu when I dropped the revolver  ���,mh pleasantly e.volted, for Josko Hamlin was  M ilpe a live one as ever hung on l V line A cc.up.e  of my do.-.lors wore, slnlllng around In lb" ^r- J"!l',v"-  ing over the papers. There was (V* b-i\ to *���"'!'���'' ';'���  but they preferred n shower b.-ilh l> their pm-iih.  Country life bored them. A kiiv who works all  and sleeps all,day ain't strong for ruial pastimes,  nin hurts bis eyes.  "Well, hoy*?,  we'll  have a  little  trad  laid,   "and   besides   Hamlin   (here's   tbe   V. ill   -''trt'et  bunch from I.oirg Branch." .  While  I  expected  no. revenue  from  the reouj-p  l'i'aiulln feit.llke paying be should havotjic. privllygc.  'The  restaurant  and  bur   were  expected  to bring   u-  '���enough to run' tbe plaoo,. . '  There was a vouhg man in town who had just go  mitts on a trust fund created for bis bcnetU  ,'iiul ,lf 1 biivd  Of   tWO   btl'.  Isniocnt  k'.d-5' '"ho ���"''  (wordv1 Cor two, ard if:  ....  1M vou mean by a-bi'-g if 1 w.i�� **��� ^^' w,fc'  That �� a. lhe db ..n-��l spouse of my craps  1 h..Mt of tipping the police to  raid on  W.I!-'ll��-' empKner when-  f ,l|.d  ;-> "I'P '">r t,;e  ��!il!U-'n-v'    A  ���vu'   b. *- t'-'l   ":'c.   irul  Vukon,  , .... .���.i,���M.. 'wa- a! a n-.e;!^ strange females  l,,K"*  ' ��� >M ,>d. gnl) about?  ,;,, s  the ten   iuJiidi*  the  b -1   , 1,'  I know  denier, ni.d she had  come and  make  ever the   former  lillle   ii..'-i:  a  \ 11      \,  -,\lrb wi'-.  with dn'Ki.   But  "And   ��b.;t   1   m'-i'ii   Is  moiiK,   too?     I'lea-e   I'i':  -I, at least    oh. .ie>-' '  dear lad\. be -h<  .1 11.  iil��ht  .   The  bunk  off  laugli  o.  to-night,  only we  -Do?    M..'  then fonie down and el  Vukon eiuncMly.  ib-  birred  that  t-ii.t the stuff was  ������lluli:  I  don't see  why  <;!!,1 jiu* brown ou-ri ore.  ard tlu-5 gvnllema" v ill c 1-I'  IieI-o nskuiK.s".l>  M'b'sli-i-  rtu'iniy."'sald. Yukon,.'-He  bug a foot', ar.d  'around'  the  ve  - 1 "heard the siairs  for a��l.b'ir aga.n.  'nt shall we rlo''"  to your i-eoui and  li.tlc dinner," said  liN  on,  and  after  Anne."  keys?    Well.  14. opeu." '  Thej' Like the Place.  ���  I'went to {be -A'lr- and listened after' Yukon had  roared  th,��  from above.   ,He   was answered  by the  occupant of No. 14.  "Damn  it'  I'm, taking my balb is  why  you cant,  get'iuto my room!"  Fine ' The urn died voice of V^ilietts Indicated that  he was ready to 1. pet boarders. Yukon was profusely begging Ids pardon. Tbe girls were giggling.  Then 1* heard:��� <  "Anne, did you M?e all those men,-and no women at  ail?" Good heavens, suppose���something seems wrong  to me.   This man can't lie the clerk."  The girls were talklug together as Yukon .hunted  the hou��=ckoei*?r. -who was asleep, as usual.  ������If*x a maguliieent place, dear���but his face Is too  kind for him not to be all right. Aud do remember  how we read those ads till our heads buzzed _ YU> U  -tay hero and have one glorious weck, with no awful  office.    One week, then another year of horror.    I'm  not afraid."  r.mke's  euess \.a-  Ro they had one w ee  for a white woman.  Ue'd. murder .1  man  buffi.vcd.  The housekeeper  order- from Yukon,  1 broke In my*cK. .  '���I'll send up n bottle o   wme.    1 cabed.  T1..1. I bn.il it. foeb : like h fe��-l. And yet I wa=  ntber pleased      bik"i  -nine bl-.s-.i ing. down.  "in-' ,1,1 p,l." he s  ���l.   "ut 10 >,,y song 01 woe  ,.;,-,YY,n   hop"   I    >-ined   l.im    "l.Ht   m.w   what?  T'M**-'ll lino th" who ��� inn upside down.  1 "V "���,��� fry o��� Ab .'.reel. Mt�� to.l   Saturd-,y," said  l.o   niislum:.    "li's  <-!  "ip I-:  l.u-1.*  :��� day to H.i'obn.     I nc  per   week.  "How about a little trip In the launch just for a  breather?"'Yukon was suggesting.  I leaned over the rail. .,,.., T r-niri  "Don't forget that you go1 to work at eight,    1 o.-iia  sharply. l . .      ', . ��rri,���+-c  "What, at night?" they were asmng him.      mats  a  funny time to go to work." ������,,������_  "But I'm the night watchman," said Yukon cheerfully. "  Wall Street Arrives.  Thev laughed incredulously.    He had switched to  evenlug  cibthes and  looked  a   pretty classy  watch-  ,'So -  to us gave a scream, aud then' she tore Into hiim ,,S  Sturgis is vour gentleman friend," says he, 'thats it  You've  <-ot a nice  side  partner.    He's  a crook and  Injuu s.^-  .  bound.    What do you make ot it?  I was all up in the air.    Hamlin  vas capable of  making"a"beef' to"the'iiuthortties; all of onr sportive  rich are Then I bad to square him. 1 always had  an ace in the hole on my customers, for it was neces-  if thev got nasty, to come back at em in a  I had the goods on this one. for bis mother  sary  hurry.  Did He Cash It?  "Well, old man," I shouted jovially, "bow are you  It was a bnsv  night,  but  the  total clean-up was  onlv ordinary.    At five o'clock I< went to bed. awafc-  ingan bour'later.    I was fidgety and couldn't sleep.,   _  I rang for a drink of booze, which I never touched in    i^Jj*-- ho nished  up  to me, and shoplc  istness hours, and the bar fcoy fetched it.  ^       ^    ^t?iA      ��"*!��� ���    .  I nodded.  b��.  ; elirrect.    They  had  ns mlved.  ;, free out of a vour?   Grand life  X,}w  I  know what ailed Yukon.  nut  kids and  women  had hioi  l-'id   been   found.     There   were  a.I lhe women gabbing at once.  The ladles are up," said he, "I was dpzln' in the  b-u- ���������'��� 'hey cr.me a-walking' lu, wonderln what  ti'uie breakfast was.   So I said to wait awhile au' I'd  ��What the devil did any'one want to get up In'the  middle of the night for? Why didn't they sleep? - I  pandered n moment. The cook bad been up flxlng  the crew's supper at four-thirty. He wouldn t feel  much like piling out.  "Can vou cook?" I asked. t  "Hully gee, no.    But 111  I    it  hands.  "Did you cash it?" he cried.    _  ���Thank the Lord there was enough to mec it, he  sighed "I ^as afraid there wasn't, and Garvin said  vour telephone was out of order so I couldn't arrange*  ".. with tbe bank. You seo, my mother's down ou  mo already and any trouble"       ���  I shook'hands again, and gave him a fond glance.  It was all right. He left on tho next boat, and  ml'-iitv subdued was h-- demeanor. .Now I must interview ibo ladv who bi.-l so strangely calmed niy  mark She WS3 on the side veranda, nnd as Twip-  proa'vl.ed   i frffl some   hard  thinking.  "Me?" said the barkeep. ^     t  ..._  go after it 111b rake a ehancc."- nro'ivhed   i frffl some   hard  thinking.     It   would,he  "Oh, curso it!"  I breathed and arose;   'they must }JoI^vonic ^cn that weeli of hers was gone.    V, ould  eat."         -                                                             -,- ,       1 elm ho sorrv to leave?  '  Some one prdd.d along the ball.    It was Yukon In ���-^ ^g a ^..^j. ,Mrt of suy<  nna  thc  way  to  find  bath robe .usd slippers.    He stopped at (nv door.     ��� ^^ f(, |1(lk ,,,,._ oE courri0.   xow, j\\ known plenty  "Watch me get that grub," be yawned.       I 111 the W011.,,��� ,,f all kinds, but the s-ex didn't, make much  old camp wok.    boon's 1 K^t, n,.y.���,i!lll\rI���'Ll V��-��" ,!.m    0? a hit "with "me.    They were well enough In leisure  thev Won't   know,   because   Mac   here  will,   , , r3   ,���,L (0 have one forever meddling in your af-    *--  " "' -��l. that i��r u_1ipii_T looked up and saw the  Ids eager 11  and  held until  his twentyAlfih year, .  ������ blui to. my cosey.retreat andgophtm loosened "^^^  linew 1 could, I'd,.be even for all summer; .A.few i"H-  1:0ns while luitoiuoblUng would slop and order '"A  or a drink. In these cases;.tboy ��� were served. l,l,: "  a pretty stoop price. Still', they: got the cream ot !.:������  market, and no one cared If (hey came back or noi.  .in'fact, ,i.   hoped   tiioy   wouldn't,   for  gossip  tr.'be s  fiusb nnd Shelter lini could'stand a lot'of .silence.  "Ladies" a Curse.  I sent Yukon In the machine to meet lhe boat ti.i^t-  It began to rain, .ami at. live o'clock w;is unite oil' v.  I heard IImjI car roiling up the ror.cl. ;b t into a dmne.  Jacket and' prerarcd  to  welcome  the  mark   and  w,���-r��� fussing so,  ������!��� 1 , ks just loM'iy to me.  -, quite n-de IT we  ; and o-, or."  most  i'lirred It.    I  klekhig the swine.    He  pirili   nnd "in. through  e:e::k-  1U1,-(1,  rushing Into  I:.     Well,  jolt  said   ten  sill I bought yon meant   ^.r?:s^  it   Id, n't got '-.-.:_ s;���cp at all.    Women  g���t lr prel.y umvh   nU.'l Jho^?" ^^ ^ ^ hniik_  Job   and      serve It.   He can be a waiter for once.  We made the cook and Scoti sbiy up after that.  Ome I stuck around aud fed  with 'cm. and  I never  iv r.iom that a man who came  hcmm-  'em .irouiA  "Oh  shut up."  1 said sonrlj :  licri  the  the  his  stay  "LA  fflt like stic  b-d 't!-.eni  side door.  b.rorpfS.HrBj.ako!"   I   *m-Jr(>, MrpIIaniIln?" ,  ���,,_ ;.wl;ores....mke..    \\^ ��� ^ ^ grjn_  llurlio,. the clnuneub un^< ^ ^ ^ ft r:lct>  ..t���.iy the Indies come. .,-��� ' ^ >[r_ Gal.v,u.  b,.ss. i.tbink tuey got-iM v," >-ii-'i!(;i;t.-s_..;) .^ts h..n  L^jmnlln: H.at pent ^^^1'^ Vau<c' she  sumpia'. ':hl,iS:!yS,,!.:;';.,;!hl-, :,n'intbeyalMgU."'  ���Pboii'-d.  ,Ther, l^ehAi r.l��i uitnl,���r  ������vtlll-re sure Hamlin was...t ^ p^^ngerH,"  y were km ���< * ��� "' '' -'  ���d. "and 1 !��.'::;-  ded that "'hen  ,1 got ,d->wn to  ,-n this tlbog.  Scot!!    W'ie"a'  -limne   :l   mil'i       Thej  re  ���U L'r  two little   ten   spots,  and  you can  Ivnik  lhe day  they ro leav  invay,. from  me.  ard   thev'U   stay,  roll   gimme   a   piw       ' ���"-' *c   '" "-  We'll   take   their  two  nuili  op for ���mii al  p..  Ing.    Only keep 'em both  1S^ a7ntcrh!,t^b..in �� corner and bur  Mb     v.rod k-ott to keep our menus out of sight,  r r*h.'.h,   u 1  eggs at $1.25 and  peaches irnd cream  r.,i   ham ..n;..i A\hp .wIt��� ���onI.d nt. f 10,11 week.   Mikon  1H* kept It up- uni'i! x wiuiicd  Thcii. he declared, that  he.  biit It waved him off  (lie same dldn t  .stuck around,.0C coiprst  him  to  ...[..  l.'.-.ve -.'fin   alone.  was onlvtrving to'inak.' it  cheerful  I   was 'talking'�����">'   Willetls  on  lb  boj':  veranda after  I   remarked.    "The  "n!.1l'��;,dy   ^'ant   ";L,^in Aoing.-  This'll be a gold  and   I  think I've squared  pikers  must   keep  1  .if ihey  let  u?  done  w.  1   cb;b  .a'.d  ���'������  .10U  up  'ii  t  :i'ii..-!ig  tnem.  ,,,'ilt not lug cha'f.V.".'--  In   we'd  that.  1'  ad  tl.-or  .���iisi-ltccj."  iu-.a.i  with the  heard me?  1 hoped not.  realized until 1 got to my  to breakfast In evening clothes must sure sp.-m dlppj.  Hut thev were g.une. After .1 look of surprise neither  ciacked" about it., I gave 'em credit, reflecting on It  ilf uTwelve that night I left the club room nnd hurried down the con .dor to g"t some blank checks  which a loser -vas to fill out for me. 1'ass.lng the girls  door their voices reached me  "I have heard automobiles and carriage wheels for  three   nights,   but   I   wouldn't   wake   you,"   soared  ,   ",".���      1.1-oiiirh U.t: transom.    "Just now I. stole.out and al-.  1 d0Ht ' IffiJn into three nien who. were going toward what  Mr. Onrvln said was only a storehouse. One said, 1  lofct twelve hundred Tuesday, and seven'hundrou tonight is stronger than I can. go. Is bis game square r  The other one wild. 'Ob, sure it Is; He's.one square  man   Is Sturgis."   Jessie, we're in a den. .   A  "We loiv-n't bs^on hurt.", said tlie other sleepily...  "Tt i�� not 'i den! You're dreaming- Mr. Sturgis is a  fmemaii. 'l know what the autos are, ; bong Branch  is a'prohibition town, and lho men come here, .to  drink     Mr.'Marvin told me." ��� '  "Do vou know, then, that.what he said was cham-  Pflgno cider served to all the guests, and.tha w-e had  at U nob and .UimtT. was real champagne, in ss _  ���You've got n ,i��ash on liim, you .idiot," gigged  .Tes'Slc "Vuy one could see that. I only wish Mr.  Sturgis would worry about me n little."  It seemed  about  time  for  me  to  be on   my waj  She got her wish next day.    I didn't go to bed at all.  ad -1 took 'en, for a. twenty mile ride m the launch  I spin  some  expurgated  yarns  of  different  pluco*,  0.. 1-^ T '/���'l  little glrb'lt was a'l off with me. She could butt  In on my affairs or do vb.ui.ver suited her. My  heait was pumping like mad.  "Mr Sturgis!" &ho said softly, "please come up  here I must tell you something���I must! That mau  Hamlin who quarrelled with Mr. G irvln while you  were awny���he was ouc<* my husband. I married  him while" we were both at college, but I had to  leave him. 1 divorced him, and refused any alimony,  and that's why I work as I do. as I have told you.  I prefer to work, because���anyway, he threatened  you, and I earned him he'd regret it If be tried to  harm vou."  She vi-is crying.    I climbed over the veranda rail.  Never mind what m>-..next' move was.   .1 asked why'  fihe. had loft him, though one look at him was as"f- -  lb-ientbuisweib   ������ . '" '���' ' '  ���������Women,-drink,-'.and���gambling,"- she sobbed.  Gambling? Hum. I'd never scon any reason to  feel ashamed of my profess'iou. I wasn't then, .but  believe me. 1 was some worried.  "< bubbling?" I .said'; "oh,, yoii wpuldu't stand-fir  gambling,':"  She- blushed.  winging- .j ' A ��� b  '     -.  '���' '  "Oh, it|depends on who does It, she said. "J<;  it true that you are a gamble!".' 'Anne aud I As  sure of it." ������:.���'���    ,t  "   "Yes, but I'm n good one, girl," I told her." 03 y;>  that-miike a'difference W  ��� She must have thought so from what she answw  Yukon . and   I   went  to . toy.'ii   next  day,   and. b- ...  diiur.bnds with I-Lamlln's liioney for a  weddlnj.    :.  ent.   That pink has always been a joke iu my.,',-  There, you've got my romance.        .....    A  1   breathed   hard,   for  she   had '    ��� a a -.rb ^7���  1    I  �� tl  /THE l^f  LF,A-D1��R, MOYTK. BRITISH COLUMBIA  <Greani  At t!ie Clmrcks.  CATHOLIC     CHURCH.  There will be no   service    tomorrow.  *   i  �� atom, no lime pli^spliaies  - ' " " %*    ,* ���;  - .r  -\ .J* '   - -   -  As  every housekeeper/ .can   understand,  burrtf ?lum and 'sulphuric acid���tne in-; '  '  '   '        gredierits of all alum "and afum-plidsphate  i��<C    Powders���iatist carry to tjie food acids  '    - -    injurious to health.   .���,-���*-<       , ���     /  ;R�����d *e .faM-   Avoid the alum powders  Opera  Sat., Dec. 18th.  METironrsT cuVkcij  Union Service in, Presbyterian  church at 11 a. in. Sunday School,  . 3 p. m.     Evening Service ~7:3Q p-  - m.     Subject    "Religion,   Creeds I  and Ceremony.'/        "  Rev. J. W. MILLER, B. A.  ' ' (Pastor.)  C. P. Walker presents  THfc  ENGLISH  PLAYERS  House  | Win. Jewell  Express and General Delivery Business. Livery and  Feed Stable.  WOOD   AND    COAL  j  For Sale,  Leave Orders afc*-    ( [  GWynne's Store.  British Go.uinbia  \'.v    '', ���     A*'eeeeeeeeadms-Mas^maas 1  'T '.     ~  ���''-���*-. ,    --    ' "  '    ' ?ibI? clas!a  ] 4"'* I,    /      .f^'ioAAl    A��AV��5 $L McTavish     and.   Goldie Service  at'7-  J,  '   A-VMl. /\&5>AY& X[Stewart were   down    to,  Fernie  "The Art  of  b     ��    i'   '?       ^^f^^r^^^SSas&S&sses^ Thursday   as   witnesses on     the J "Praise  Ye t  .'���.   ,(    ���    i"   r   (i"/Minflpii''fTninn maofo *n��!ni,*"      i Quintard case.  ���*   A  ���  1,1 1   ��<  A     >f  .Miners5' Union meets tonight."   ,*   Qain tard case.  ml  4  f    A. Mu'tz of the fernie 'Brewery  was in town ^"Wednesday. J i '" b  * M rs. John 'Blackburn is "in t the  .Cranbrook hospital "  f     A    f  mesuvteuiax   onuucir.  Special Anniversary Bcrvice?  niorniug and evening. Union Ser  vice at 1JL a.' m. 4 Subject, "Stead-  fall Church," Sunday school and  Bible class at 2-30 p. in'. Evening  o���'��� *7.30 ��    m      Subject,  f Living."     Anthem,  __   _.. the'Lord."   Solo by  Mrs. Innes.    .A.1,hearty welcome  | '*��  ��� ,���.���; ,Mrs.John;Blackburn"isin,the   J������* ^ their stock, and are of-j  [' *    a; rt; .Cranbrook hospital." '  w   A   - ���   V^& it at yer^ low,/prices   dur-  ' '   '  >) i. f   ���;/,!,"' ' I.i," ,,.       ,'t^ .     J the Christmas season.     "  ;���     \t,   r r, -Don't forget 'the Joiners' Union]*    ���  ^   '" pp% ,,-    .  ,  ;j! "   ;' ,'   dance on;December 15th. p /   <    J  Shakespeare's Greatest Comedy.  j|;[,   , \ ' ' " .Ther'e (wns fi ���s?eia,   dance'   in/; ,  " A.   '  , "fTr1- '   \    "'"V  ''!'[   jV(;\t" Morley hall'last evening.' _     * To alL- lovers  'of tthe   best 'in  -,'i i.    i!!'/-%There'is cood^sleichinp- nn  flio .drama it will'indeed'be'a wfllcnmn J  t       j i    *i  UacEachern & Macdonald have|*oaI1-   ' ^.      "..'V,  added an",extensive line of fur-   .      ''   '        REV. H. "WHITE,    /'  ni tu re to their stock, and are of-j, -.'" \T^   "  ''"(Pastor.)*  Ving it at yer^ low,/price's   dur-j   .''     '    -   -��� [j. ^ ,.    -'      '    A  the Christmas season.     *���>      ''        J    Many personsbfind themselves  affected with1 ap'piBrsistent oough  AN ElABORATE SCENIC PRODUCTION  Prices--SX.00( 75c, 30c��       (  fi  ^ t J   - "  -v<   |     /*   -.<    *r<;-' A      vt.      ,      -  np, I"   ''   v ' "' Skates 'sharpened  4',        ���' l  Anerls-    <   r   '��  Seat sale; for subscribers open  ���       A  Thursday, l , -December", 16th  and for'the'.public on' Friday.'  , *���  ���     a      <       - "-"  December, 17th  at G.  Stew-  art's-Driig-.Sfore. Y.',      r'"   "  f,  J    ''<    >rlf  W*l  "H    f ' c  v p 75-1 -   .- - ���    ��� ���   v  ':, 'Miscellaneous;  ii-,  Dr.H,;fi.  HALL  DENTIST A A   '  The Expert i Crown .and Bridge  ,    ' Worker.�� *. i  ' i      P A'.' 'ii       ,i  ���: Office dver iliVShorl's ^  'I / '      �� i- i , V  Wal 1,';"��� Paper- - , Store''" '  Armstrong'Ayc.r^ ' Cranbrook  '        ���* , - ' (. J, j  ^t_, ' ._'"' ���  INTERNATIONAL- "^  HO'TEL.^f .'. ^'^'VA.;  i r      * '     *       ',.,   '   i.,1  A    '     i      * ii ' ~  '. i        -    *4v. ii-. 'i  (j This hotel is - now' under "new  J,    nianagementi and is first V^j'ass  V Ai  �����  "   ,'        li   ?, '    v. .>  r   -s *  ���     in every respect.,'. ,v ,? ^ j;' p. �����  i A       .'     1.1"      '    A <,?K       lAP' '-AJ  TAYLOR;, & -, BONNER  ^^���rias Special Sale  Chnstm'as.cards,'; local views aud a���"      ' _  ���: ^kets obchocolates.,-Up t0 date        <��>  tlonery and smokers goods. . **  Come, .Early ,^d Avoid the Rush ,  rl  ' l/'l  t!  , 1  j_ r   ^\*Ai��  Postoffice ^ Block  Rt^AllMITH  A*  MOYIE. *|  1 ' ~A~  US'  r ^:'"^^j^   >*v-'.'v,wJrri bA,^i���   - ti    ,  ,'-.���; A, - \c ;' i^^^iHfK^"^/*" ��� XI?ie.  A       "��� . '   *       b>        b,    1  r',i   ',,b',i  3*',     i    d'  A. -I am* glad some' otmy<|.friends>m' Movie   ^ , 1 ���      4  yanjagei.of tlie.goldenfopportlmitMS- that are onwrnf    i i*  selv��ii..Cd^;.Riif;E.-&tir AAfc     ''      prcset"��!S"l>��f  /  ���XOU Can bav OU eaSV tt^rtn< anri'-L-^.rWa'..  Kit'  6 i.-Al"    i t ,  Ksxttnu c ,1 'i - ���  re! .i'i  'Bros:      'A-               -.,   ���   ->v scribers on Thursday, > Dec.  16th  Remember Bengough-the m'an *n-df��r ^e  P^��c,  Friday, Dec.  who "draws," at Morley hall,   I)e- llth; at th:e M��yie DruS stora  cember    14th."     Admission' fifty     " "J   cents, reserved seats   seventy-five ce *s ^ormiug.  'cents'              '         \  Tae bell for the   fire  hail   has  arrived, and will   soon  be' placed  in the tower.   Tne bell is  a eon  tribution by Ohas. Stagg,  v  Ice   has   formed'1 on the, lower  part of Moyie lake,  and most of  the bays are   frozen   over.     For  seven al clays'there was good skat-  On December   Ut-   *fc��    \r    ���    iDg in  th^   'arg-e  b*y  norfch   ��f  M^SSLi JS, S T��! ^b Teztih '"ke. *-  p_ a.-,.,   x.   ...   i   uxnaKI?g calces pvn* on the   night   of  December  rpj^jf'  If Jr    : ^  "ftn! { : ���*'"'  ,. for the Christnius trade. Those  fishing cakes should get their  orders in as'early' as possible/     '"  Three pounds of cranberries  for 50 cents" at Crowe Bros.  ? *?  �����    '  A kitchen comfort will make a  nice Christmas present for your  wife/ Get at MacEachern & Mac-  donald's. * '  A. C. Nelson, assessor of Cranbrook, was in town this week' sizing up the town and seeing how  prosperous the "people " look.  When you get your'next dua "for  taxes you will know the decision  he arrived at.  29 ch.  ��� Don't faij to seec Bengough  the great ^cartoonist and entertainer, when he is in Moyie on  Tuesday, December 1-ith.           i '  L ^  y  A sprained ankle'will usually  disable the iujured v person for  three or four weeks'. This is due  t'o lack of treatment. "When  Chamberlain's Liniment is applied  a cure may be effected in three  or four days. This liniment is  ono of the best and most remarkable preparations in use. Sold by  th*e Moyie Drug and Stationery Co.  A7", Zt���"7"�� ^V"?-, ������.i6ernoon, of-  the day^ on = which  he^died.Vand  that;;, in all   probabilityv' it^';; was  close to half past "f our'^wfien' he  fell in the snow.   The train'passed  shortly .before  5 o'clock' and  on  reaching Frank the conductor   reported seeing the body of'a man  lying in^the^ow at ,the side  of  of the track near the Maple Leaf  mine.    Three hours' elapsed between the time of the report  and  at which the relief party -reached  the scene.     The    jury   believed  fron^the evidence submitted that  the man had not been dead more  than an hour when the body was  recovered as * there    was     still  warmth in it when" examined/by  Dr. Malcolmson 'in Frank'  considerably over three hours after the  discovery.*  * The name of the conductor has  not been disclosed by the railway  people aud^his identity i3 not as  yet known to the police. ' Whether, any steps will be taken m  conformity with the'verdict of  the coroner's jury, the local head  of the department w^s unable to  say. , *  m&M:M&imi^  ,,   *,  Eastern   Canada"  EXCURSIONS  Low Round Trip Kate^ to    '- -  ,Ontario,;auebec in&  Maritiiiie Provinces.  ���;'.alarge cons^inentYof;';/   p^x;^f^f^^^��^^^^|:  --  Ali  ' S  b��'v^-      i- *VI% ,Vp/Q   BOX'RflT'   ''   bi'5 ��-"���>"�����*    Ai.vb'? -*    <���   ' V  ���i;Easif'.jfCd^^j;^ftng',Co   ?l  , including'  Tickets on Sale pec* lti   Dec.   31,   hj.    Kippered' BfeXTinfi*  elusive,   good   to Return   within  ihree   tj.-       A'* b    "        ^^t^S  Smoked Halibut.  P burns: & CO ^  elusive,   good   to Return   within  three I in ���       A * b    ^.  months.    Tickets;issued'in   connection    -FlIlIllEill   HaddieS  Atlantic SteainsHp Business will be on  gale from November 21 and .limited , to  five months from udate oi issue/  Finest Equipment/Standard First Class  and-Tourist Sleeping Cars' and Dining  Cars on all Through Trains.' Compart  mem-:I;ibrary...observation Cars on  Impenal limited" and Atlantic  Express.;'  \<-"'A ^^   *---,  n_  11' a :- v praribfook/" B.C.'l  s   r       ji  *,    * ,    "*���    ���?  3-Tarougb: Express Trains DaiJy-3  ^fe^fc'A;  iti^-i* * Ai L A imi  .  Make these  two   words   sync^y. ���  ;���'   AAind   ,:���    , ���        >P��s in:y6ur mind, for the store'  " '  RISK        ;       v i^crpstands for  perfect1'ser-.  ,'JLPiJflii^:    Av    /pyvice^  Ailltlie^year;,roundp'c^^  , jus1::at.;tliis tini^ when- thci strain is the greatest.;     A'  :^ng.    ^^atferwhereyoul^^^  '    ;tl^ smallest trinket or th^nQst: expense articles  of'  pers^aladoniment, can  be (purchased with perfect': ���"  satisfaction without ^ .     ���  .-..���-.: ' .'- ' .        ',. "   ��� )j  The peculiar properties of  Chamberlain's Cough ' Remedy  have been thoroughly tested during epidemics of influenza, and  ffe;;&W taken in: time W  ^y^heardofyX 'single/case  ^���'.^���^';/-"'SQja\^by;^  Moyie Drug and Stationery":pb;^i:  lv"^ ftmber  Advances,    a  p^^^.-fiWI ';  ffeary Birfe i Sons, Ltd.  {        Vancouver, {B. C.  ftoH^umber has advanced $1  PW-foow��** all over "V^esterri  Canada., Mills are calling in traveling salesmen because of the rush  of orders! Export mills in British  Columbia" report a largely increased business in the XTnited  States, this being one cause for  the; advance. Another advance  w,n *9-ke Pjace before spring/       '  THE "TORONTO EXPRESS  leaves Winnipeg daily at 22.40," makinZ  co��necUons at Toronto   for   all   po;,^  Sm- T leaVCS Wfnj��Peg daily at  at S��00n i ^ ''A?^TIC EXPRESS' ���  v��� ; 1 ?y' maki"S con^ctions at  Montreal for all points East thereof.  Apply-..*P the nearest C. P. R >  ''    %?* ^fe"jfajj PartJ6uIar*3. i :  MOYIE,        , b. C.  .W   ^Manufacturerr'of��;air.ki��ds of carbonated  Coverages:; 'We'spareMao'expense to have  (ipur goods tho best'on theipiarket:  ' ~i* // ,l  A'~    v'a���'a '  .X  There are others, But!!  t9^ T'^ > ^ ^ !^:,��:^^^?5?^?^:-*5?^^p^5r^r^^'^'^,,:*  STOP AT THE    *  Jv,  COSMOPOUTAN  PHOTOS.  WHEN IN  CRANBROOK  Good roomaj good tablea and bar  and first class sample rooms.  Coming to Moyie  Tuesday, December 14th.  MORLEY HALL  \ ��� >  /finale* 3 , specialty  of Pds-      a  ���tal^M<>^P'"'iivoi:lc;     ^Prices ' f  fQr 50 cents, or.Jl.2S a dd^ ^"  '"Sl^#g^io P. BESAULNIER  . ��� )I��EALElt  Geo. B. Trorey,  Maii^ '.Director'  ^^sJ*"^--'.''''.:-:A-��-bi.',- '������'-'-'^.i-.,^.'.-'.''A;    ���:.'--,_,���   ':���''..������   '    ���      A-  '    '   '��� "'   ' ���  *��;-���:     ������_p....:iip.bXb7'p' ''��a"T,vicn;tivtt-'jflSA;.-.^i--';--:.^-- r-- -    ���-' ..y-.  If you are suffering   from   biliousness, constipation, indigestion  chronic headache, invest one cent  in a postal card, send to Chamberlain    Medicine Co.,  .ties Homes,  Iowa, with your   name   and   address  plainly   on  the  back,  and  they,   will   forward 'you   a   free  sample of Chamberlain's ' Stomach  and Liver Tablets.     Sold by the  .^:>yie D,JuS ail   Stationery 06^  ^w.Q l-poras,  Two rooms.,  ^hree roq^is,  Spur rQems.,  #10 a mouth.  $1Q, ?i inonth.  $12 at month.  $15 ^i wonth.  All are ready to. iiioye into  . i   ^      i..iifcMiii��. JJj.^*.pjr-._M]fcLa'MWjj-'|*- -j.    ��  PROMPT DELIVERY.  Q.uee23a, Aire.     MOYIE  BIAN0 LESSONS  !h- c. salmon  of Cranbrook  (Phone, ��03.)  : , visits Moyie weekly. '"���  StlVIio at M>"8.'��� Gilbert'  Gartoonist and  Entertainer.  On pHis Farewell Tour.  The Greatest  of His Cla^s,  9  to  9  8  0  sasE  si&ft��'-"tai  ;tjA^v:ijVaigag��iJi&..^^


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