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 OUR SHOWING OF  XMAS  . goods was never better.  Call and let us  show  tbem  to you.  Wilson, the Jeweler.  If you want a large 'variety  to choose   from  don't  fail to  look over our  line of XMAS   Rifts, y  W.   H. Wilson, Jeweler.  VOL. 12 NO. 38*  MOYIE,    B. C.,  PECj.2f, 1909.  T-  YULE TIDE  GREETINGS  ..,_    ��� ,    TO   -ALL.    '  "ins is the season when Peac^ and Goodwill should  reign, and we try to forget our {roubles1; our little  petty differences and   grudges against our neighbors.  Tonight, Saint Nicholas will h6ld high rcverly  around the chimney tops. With well filled stockings may all spend a Very Merry Christmas.  ,    -   .' '���   '      Koit owi/nr. '  1>  CHRISTMAS MENU  ��  GRACE  CQXSCIKNCK   CI.ttARv  Thanking-you, oue and all, /for. your liberal patronage  ���'flirough theyea: justpast;'and :trustiug I ma}'' be of better  .service the coming year, I wish 'you all the happiest .returns  -of the. season. - ,        ��� \ ...���',.,<     "  -y ..... :'E'G/:'G WYNNE: iy i .  KINDNESS*  QOOD   CHEER  Sullivan to Work.  TENDER   MEMORIES  . '    '    '.'  , t , 1  CHARITY,   STUFFED   WITH   DISCRETION    ,,  1 i  PEACE . '  LOVE "   TRUTH  ft < V  long'-"life, stuffed, with  'usefulness-  heart, fond and true  V  c '  i *y  * BEST  WISHES   FOR   ABSENT    FRIENDS'  tr  ^  SWEET   THOUGHTS,  t i  - MIZPAII ,  <���  .41  December, 25th  ' ' I ' ! ' * ' 1 1  'is thc.day we have*been looking forward ,to *.  ��� with' pleasure,'"for sometime.',    We  ask .  ,;        ' our ^customers ] to "accept'* our  . <, '-'.       Xmas Greetings and Good -Wishes. ','  At the,same"time we believe il'will 'pay"you to  i -     i ,.' ������ . l . i*        * t  ! 1 . If ^ I >  Get  tlie habit. ,    Gro to   '  CROWE BROS. ���& CO.  i  yj  4\  Odd Fellows' Ball.  We ram offer Vou some excellc:it,*iiivestiiieuts>in, la  small, mpuUily.j>iuatt!Wits��ai**&Ji3^^  land  for  *U.t_ULa��  vestment   toilay,   it   Is sure lo, increase in value and is per-  'fectlysafe:   Invest your 'savings with  us.      V/iile   us   for.  full   information. ��� .    .  BEAJLE <fe EL WELL,  Cranbrook, B. C.  MERRY  Placards announcing  the  tenth  annual ball of Wildey Lodge -No'.  >  , i     ' .       # ,.  ���i-1 will soon ba printed and distributed, as will also tbe'tickets  which will be placed on sale.  The ball will be held, on Wedues-  day evening, January.. 12fch.  Chas. 'White, F. J., Smyth,' Ed-  Ilufct, A. .G. " Monkhouse, and  James Roberts-will have  charge  ���Cc . r  of the arrangements.- There will'  be a ��� three- piece 'orchestra and  supper'will be served afcrthe Kootenay hotel. Tickets will be $2'.00 .  li'    -GENERAL FLOAT        f  <f> >> '   ���       9>  71 SS$���6$e���������?���������������������������.*SSi$Si.t-  i* - . .  A Revelstoke store rhas" an  electric elevator. '        .     '.A  "Work is to be  resumed  on  the  Slocan Star near Saudon.  Work Is Delayed.  JCaslo has given its fire, brigade  $300 for services "rendered during  the 3reaiv,      ��� '\  <*"' The.abolition of the .pigtail is  being , adybcateci by Chinese in  "America.'      "      ' ,  rG. R. Northey - of.. Creston will  go'into, the real,estate business  in Vancouver. '  m  L Father5,tBeck  Remembered.  Harry L.audc^th.e-S'fqtch singer  aircrcowgaTaVt; wTH-be' in "Spokane  January 21st.  J  -Jj ' MOYIE'5    LEADING    HOTEL. ��  Cold weather is retarding work  on tbe new building ot the Imperial Bauk in Moyie, and it is  doubtful if tbe place will be;  ready to occupy before the begin- j  ning of the new year. Tbe carpenters are finishing the inside,  and will soon begin putting in the  fixtures. The building is very  attractive iu appearance, and commands a splendid site iu the heart  of the business section of the  town.  Isn't it high time the government sent out an expedition to  find Dr. Cook?    '  *0. L. Knight &; Co., * the diamond drill contractors, are boring  for gas at Tabor, Alta.  Hotel Kootenay  The best of accommodations  for  the Traveling Public.  Large anil Commodious Sample Rooms.  Billiard Rooms.  McTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors.  i  I*  i  ft ��� .������������������  To all  my  patrons.  THE    FURNISH FAl  Hockey  Christmas.  There will be a stirring game of  hockey Christmas Day , when  Harry Gamble will line his team  from the mine up against Ben  Evans' team from the mill. The  game will be called at 3 o'clock,  and it promises to be a warm one.  Tlie winning team will challenge  the winner- of tbe Crow's Nest  League cbamsionsbip games.  ! Both Gamble and Evans will tend  goal i'or their respective sides.  Hockey Club Dance.  The . Moyie Hockey .Club will  give a big dance in Morley. hall  on .Now.-Year's-'Eye'., December  3lst. Profs. Chapman aud. Salmon and *E, O. Kamm will supply  the music. Tickets will be $1.  Everybody'.invited.  The Rico  Group.  ttaeeoe&BososoGeesaoo��1  A condensed milk factory, capable of handling 50,000 pounds of  milk daily, may be established iu  Chilliwack.       The Guggenheims have abandoned at least 25 of the claims in  Cariboo. The Guggenheims have  spent over $350,000 on plant and  equipment.        . .  E. IMallaudame, chief timber  ranger and district laud agent for  the C. P. R., has been granted a  well-earned holiday of two  months. Mr. and Mrs. Mallan-  dnine are away on a trip to the  old country.  Contracts for six new street cars  have been awarded by the Calgary commissioners. The cars  will be secured froiu'easteru firms.  The extention of tho system and  rapidly increasing business de-  maud additional  accommodations  The news of the* lease and bond  which the Consolidated Mining &  Smelting' Company of Canada  have taken oh the Sullivan property at Kimberly was made  known this week. The deal does  not include the smelter afc Mary3-  vill, so that all ore taken out * will  be shipped direct' to Trail r for  treatment.  The mine will'be operated from  the oflice of the company afc  Moyie., Jonn Cannon will be immediately in' charge, lind L. H^  Cole of Rossland will be the en-"  giiieer and -assayer. Chas. White  and W. B. Higging,', both of  Moyie,  will  be the  engineer's  to  run the compressor.'.   Operations ���  will commence at  once,   and  between 20 and 30 men will   be  put  to work.     The    mine   will ��� ship  from 50 to .00 tons a day.   -  The'terms upon which the  Consolidated   company    secures    tbe  property'' are a long  terin   lease  with an option  to  purchase  con-'  trol of the Sullivan Group  Mining  company limited, which is0hold by  the Federal Mining and Smelting  company, limited, which is in turn  a   subsidiary^ company   of    the  American Smelting  ond  Refiuing  company,   limitcJ. u  The deal between  the   Consolidated company and  the   Federal  cotnpanj-in'respecfc  to the  property was closed  at Spokane,, on  Friday last, by  AV. ' II.; Aldridge,  managing, director for, the former.  ."The ore deposit is large, but. of  low grade; running from 17   to  20  per  cent lead,  and  sis, to\ 'nine  ounces of silver  to   the , tori".    Ib  carries an unusual amount of iron,  a fact which has made the smelb-  ..? _ *j '-   A ^ ,jl'ji'�� J i .^....i- __, '. ,.*..��� ��� _-!,.  separately. Ib is of a'characfcei'r  though, which should make ifc  easy of treatment in connection  with ore from St. Eugene .and  other properties carrying an excess 'of silica. By a judicious  mixing of the ores, however, both  kinds can be handled to  a  better  ft i  advantage.   ''  The securing of the Sullivan  Group property by, the Consolidated company will nofc only  mean a greater tonnage for the  Trail smelter, but also an increased output from the reliuery  in connection with it, the daily  capacity' of which is being increased from 70 to 120 tons of refined lead.  The reopening of tho Sullivan  group will be welcomed by, the  mining interests not only of  East  Kootenay,   but  of  this    country      Monday   morning    found    the  generally, and the  successful  op-  l��*ver Moyie lake almost   entirely  MacEacherii..;& Macdonald.  �� O I i  j*>-^-^^*gV_^*_^-;^'^-*^��>.*:g��..'^. i ���  4un  '�����*"��� v��*".  :w*  -*; A���&���*&&%  y-y ^tuMfJ  .'*. ���     -r J4i5i?l  in Us: i  ' .*^;'*:$���$& I  '     f 'i    i J Url    ���'IfflftAl  '.   ���'������ 'i> ,/���*��!  <e i* -.I *��� '*'*jy5^ I  y:. v*X-vt<fM  . *- ' '-I'yx mf,  ... . >\'~xxwb  The people of < the Catholic  church presented Father Beck  with an address and purse in the  vestry oh Saturday ' evening.  Father Beck replied, in, an interesting balk on his pastorate ih  Moyie,,; and. thanked the people  for their kindly consideration and  hearty co-operation im. the 'affairs  of the church during his charge.  Father Beck, will be permanently  stationed at,the iUission, but may  Xqr���a tjme_yi'sifc'Moyiev 'His  sue  J'ife  . Cook- an'lmposteiv|��/%^  'c"e"e3or;"\vh;aiia's'iV51". ytyn-<--xmevr:  pointed, .-will havo charge  Moyie and Ci-'esfcon.  of  The University of   Copenhage';St':;..  in its report  shatters   completeb-fj^y  Dr. Cook's title,tb  the. discover;,'A'j*  of .the north i pole.    Almost  ever' ���'*,;''/ --  explorer^ and   scientist   has   los  faith in Cook's honesty."  Ib is  be  lieved that Cook  has   cleaned  ��'  ijetween   '$SO,000,   and  "II  ���,r -^im  f xyAmm  ,��.;-.,. ^x?X$if  -.', -"^^^1  Is ���i.Y-ci-v,**!  4   ii-S\Jt  r&:  >&5  .litK' l��, r ,%  ��..5tl' t ,<_!  ^ipo.oo;^-',.-..^^^!  from the sale of his   narrative    ' ''" ' "    '     f'b" *"***  em',  First League Game.  The first game of the Crow's  Nesfc Hockey league 'will be  played afc Pernio on New Year's  Day, when Moyie will ������ play Fernie. The Moyie boys will then  go to Coleman and play on the  3rd, and then to Lethbridge and  play on the -ith. The Moyie team  will probably be made up of the  following: Grady, Kelley, Dixon,  Keating, MacKay,' Sheridan and  Donohue.  newspapers ih this   country  abroad febtn his lcctwroa. vShouXi  rOCTSl?'^CleSir�����TK?^^��!rptMlTTMi:wix^---v.��;.-.-i  rest of his days in  retirement  h 4J"'  never would want for'comfort;.  ' A'  . ^. .-f-'w^I  "' --.'J'i,^HB  ,K'y^w>  Pair of Queens.  ,Born, at Aldridge, on* .Tuesday  December 2lst, to Mr. and Mrs  Peter Molander a daughter.  Born, to Mr. aud Mrs. Arthu:  Pitman on Wednesday", Decern  ber 22nd, a daughter.  Suicide at   Kitchener.  *�����  v 'Ml  ..<-' *Ji.a|  y'i  yM  ,tXl~A   ^f|  ,v*\.l  '.Vtl  ��� 1 tf'I  Lake Frozen  Over:  eration of the property "will be  another evidence of the fact that  the industry is every day getting  onto a more stable basis in the interior of British .Columbia.  Midnight Mass.  At the Catholic church at midnight tonight (Friday) High Mass  will be celebrated, aud au appropriate sermon on the Festival will  be preached by. Rovi Father Nestor of Spokane. This mass will be  immediately followed by .a second  mass, and the third mass .will be  said afc 10 a. m. Saturday. All  are cordially invited.  Fire Bell Hung.  The fire bell which was donated  to tho town by Chas. Stagg is now  hung'in the tower at the fireball.  The bell, weighs1 1S5 pounds. The  tone is clear and can be heard distinctly in all parts of the; town.  frozen "over, and by . evening  skaters were going back and  forth and all over the broad expanse of ice. List year the lake  did not freeze over until tbe 29fch  of December.  John Wiren, a C. P. R. bridgi  watchmen, committed suicide a  Kitchener a fevy nights ago b3  shooting himself wibh a 'rifle. JL  was commonly known as '-Big  John."  aud   had  Avorked  arounc  Kitchener  for  some    time,  had been drinking heavily.  Hi  ��� 5 SI  Lack of Evidence.  New Pastor  Arrives.  Imperial Bank of Canada  ~. rVv ���;���_.*,._:.,>.���,��  - -sio.ooo.ooo.oo  Capital Authorized-���������  .Capital'Paid Up-  Reserve   Fund-  ���$10,000,000.00  ���r.,ooo,ooo.oo  ���  .'. The Rico   group  just  town is   looking,  better  some time,  some assay  north  of  than  for  Mr. Cosavello has had  mado  recently   that  BRANCHES   IN  BRITISH. COLUMBIA-  Cranbrook. Arrowhead, Golrton. Kamloops, Michel,    .New   Michel  Fernie, Nolson, Revelstoke. Victoria, and Vancouver.  | Drafts and Money Orders sold avaibl.c in any  I part of'the; World  | Savings  Bank.Department.  I   '.'    Interest allowed on deposits from  date  of deposit.  ImOYIE BRANCH.       J. F* M."  PINKHAM,  Manager-  j arc surprisingly  good."  The  sam-  ! I pics assayi;d_high in gold.  ! ' ���        ���  ! At the Sullivan.  Christmas P. 0. Hours.  Christmas Day the general delivery wicket at the Moyio post-  office will bei open between the  hoiii'S of ���! and 5 in tho afternoon.  Ahead of   Time.  cos������?  : S. !'������ 'Uliiylock, superintendent I  I of   the  'St. ��� Kugeno,   and   F.   O. j  ICiimin, head ai-couhtant, wero up j  'to the Sullivan   mine,   near |  1 bcrloy, during lho week un-aiigiiig i that, the oi'lico staff may  celebrate  for the I'oupcniiig o�� the property  Tho Leado'r is issued   this  Avcek  Kim-j on   Friday   instead  of  Saturday,  that, the of.  'Christina's.  Rev. G. A. Hackney, B. A., of  Pembroke, Ont.. arrived in Moyie  the first of the week, with his  wife. Mr. Hackney is the new  pastor of the Presbyteriauchuroh,  and will have charge of the services Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.  Hackney have taken up their  residence in the Bergland cottage  on north Victoria street. Rev.  Mr. White has been transferred  to Coal Creek, near Terhie.  Fernie's Payroll.  Fernie has the largest payroll of  any town along the Crow. " Last  Saturday the town had a $1.70,:  000 payday.  Magistrate'Ryan of Cranbrook  was in Fernie Tuesday, and triec  several cases in connection wifcl  the recent provincial election  The evidence was not sufii'ient  in any uf the cases to convict oi:  the charges, and all those whe  were summoned before the court  were acquitted.  ���'<���** I  ��� '���'sill  Ross Wins'Launch.  Hugh Ross won tho   Frnie   Mc  Qnado  launch  which  was   rallied,  Wednesday ovening.    No. 11   was'  the winning number, and was the!  first uumber  drawn  We take advantage of this issue  to thank oi;r many" patrons- and  wish one and all a  erry Atnas.  Daylight  Store.  OBERTS & MESSINGER -*W*A*f.ITS63-*  A*^��  swa&isJirA l��b%iv.*   ***���'  r'i'.MS MOYIE LEADER. ���s,o*s-���* ��"m fi��d a">;thi^   . ^_*from   a  hatchet   to   split   the  ik-d'in thi-interest of th<* people* -kindling" wood to the complete  riTK I-KABEK: MOTTO. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  outfit  for  an   exploring  pedition. ,  ex-  t&Tf-Ml    ���     f '"v!  mm  T heard tbe bell*- on Chrisma**- day  Their old, familiar carols play,  And wild amiisweefc  The words repeat  Of peace on, earth,  good   will   to  men!���Long kei.i.ow.  Merry Christmas.  Even the Irish never' insist  on a Q-re'cn Christmas.  ,/*"*��'     *i^  ���   ',     �� ?*  -;~ ** 1  .Third    and    last' call'' for  Oi ristmas' shopping'.^-  1,000 Successful Men.  T have on ray d 3ak a list of 1000  Micccj-sfnl men of this nation. By  "'successful" I do uot mean men*,  money maker-;, butniPn who have  given us new, conceptions of  steam, electricity, construction  work, education, art, etc, These  are the men who infi'i9iice our  moral as well as physic il lives.  They*" construct for bjtter  thing-?.  ,IIo\v these men stir ted in work  is interesting. Their firsb fojt-  hold in work i-~ a fino study.  Three hundred started as farmers'  SOUP. ' *���  JT\vo hundred started as ma3sen-  -.'     * *���  ger boys. '   <  T*vo hundred were nswslnys. .  ���O.iejnjudred were printers'  apprentices. , ,    "  , One hundred were  apprenticed  in manufactories. *  Fifty begau at ��he bottom of  railway woik.  Fifty���only fifty���had   wealthy  Welcome Words to Women  Women who suffer with disorders peculiar to their  tux should writcto Dr. Pierce and  receive free thc  <    advice of a -physician of over 40 years'  experience   a skilled and successful specialist in the diseases  of women'.    Every letter of this sort has the most  careful   consideration   and   is (regarded  as  sacredly  Confidential.    Many sensitively modest women write  fully to  Dr.  Pierce what   they would   shrink   from  telling to their local physician.     The local physician  is* pretty sure to   say that   he cannot   do anything  without "an examination."    Dr.  Pieroe holds  that  these distasteful   examinations   are' generally need- ^^  less,   and   that   no woman,   except   in   rare  cases,   should   submit   to   tbeo.  Dr. Pierce's treatment will cure you right in tho privacy of  your own home. ' His , ** Farorite Prescription" bos cured  hundreds   of   thousands, some of  them   the -worst  of   cases*  It is the only medicine of its' kind that is the product of a regularly gradutte-J  physician. The only one good enough that its makers dare to print its every  ingredient on its outside wrapper. Tliere'i no secrecy. It will bear examina-  tion., No alcohol and no habit-forming drugs are found in h. Some unscrupulous medicine dealers may offer you a substitute. Don't take it. Don'ttnm**  with your health. Write to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr, R.  V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y.,���take the advice reocived and be wyll.  L 0. O. F.  Meets Tuesday evenings in McGregor  hull  on  Victoria  street.    Sojourning  Odd fellowu cordially invilni.  Louis Cou-ix. F. J. Smyth.  Noble'Grand. Scor'y.  bt. KURtiic Lodge >'��. 37  K. of P.  Meets every Thursday  evening in McGregor  hull at 8 <'clock. Visiting brothers invited.  i P. J, McAu'ine, E. A. lln.i.  iChancellor Con.   *"      K. 11   &.   S.  Ths Inland Herald.  y '* '���;  ��� i ,-*;,���-  n  I .    ,!     ,    ���  t? L '.'  iv ',       11 '  If '"A*.  r'4.:  If* * i' *  V*1' *f-ji jl'-i-'-'j"  'J-ll' t. 11    Hi'  ! ;}J * >!���  I It'   'y  ?; f 1* v \*   i  $i$ ��� it s ?  ���Wi.*1***: *���" Ioi y,i  ��$sii���&'.( '3' Pf  'Only, one week, more of  1909. Frame up those good  resolutions.   , -- '  parents to give   them   a   start.���  Juvenile Court Record  About twelve carloads of machinery and material are now on  the way to Spokane* for the new  Inland Herald plant. Construction work will begin .within the  next ten days, and the plant will  be completed and re\dy *for operation by the middle of January  and will be one of the best' equipped publishing plants iu the  Northwest, fully k'dequate to the  reqiiiements of a large daily newspaper. <<      ��� /   ' "��� l    t l i  Hats Off to   William.  LIQUOR LI EXCE'NOTICE,  Our   Oldest   Journalist.  'The turkey that escaped  'Thanksgiving ,is facing an-  other-sliarp crisis. "*������,,  The oldest working journalist  in Canada is Sir Mackenzie Bowel],  of. the Belleville Iutelligencer.  A way back   in   1S-31   he   walked  Old Bill Miner is a hard proposi-  to get ahead of.    When  he holds  Notice is hereby given that one  month after date 'I, Frances L.  Taylor, of Moyie, British Columbia intend, to apply to tho Superintendent of Provincial Police for  a transfer from myself to lieecher  E. Taylor and Michael, J. Bonner  of my hotel licence for the premises knowu and described as the  International Hotel, Moyie, B. C.  Dated this lath day of' December,  A. D., 1909. ' ' ,  ,    '   FffcAXES*L. TAYLOR]  Selkirk I.oilge, No. 05  A. 1*.  .1 A. -ir.  Regular meetings  on the first Wednesday of each  month.  Visiting brethern welcciue.  ,       '       G. T. McGregor, W. M.  DI A. Ay res, Secretar3r.  LIQUOR LICENCE NOTICE.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  ' No. 71   W. F. of M.   r    ,  Meets in McGregor hall every Satur-  ilrfy,evening. Sojourning mouibora  are cordially invited lo attend.     >  John Boyd, '��� ' James Roberts  President.    ��� Secretary  SOME SNAPS  , i  New house for sale.    S/.e 24x24.    Has four rooms    V  9JO.   ��� Terms. ���     '       .      _' ' '   iric'e  Boarding and Lodging house with 12   rooms.     Eith.   -  sale or rent.    If sale is made, good tehus can be given     ^  Four room house 'on Campbell street.    Price' $450   ��� ^n  dowu, and good time for'balance.    '   .' *  Several houses for rent, at $16 per .month and up.  For sale���Mantel folding bed and   mattress.  <,]?      A��� i  at this office. J  Notice is hereby given thaty 011'e  ,    .     ,,   ..,���      ���        ��� rr���  mouth afterdate we,   Beecher  E.  up a train that's going some.    Hei * ���     ,  ' Taylor and Michael J. Bonner   of  escaped from rthe penitentiary  and successfully ' stays escaped,  pretty good work, too. But when  be  succeeds  in  doing   a, British  into that office and   askeil   for   a  Columbia lawyer out of  his  fees,  job.   lit got   it.      He   "was ""then  onlytwelve years old.     For seventy-five years Sir Mackenzie, has  . .        "" ' I been actively identified with The  *   'Hamilton   Spectator-    "If   I Intelligencer,'   and   today, /when  had "a 'name"   like .Socialist ,P-����amont is not in session,  you  """  '     '.' can always find him at his desk iu  Hawt,hoiuth,waite of Nauanuo, Ihiahoine city.    He is never idle  j and can pen as able and argumentative an editorial   today   as   he  everyone must'take off his hat   to  William.���Calgary Herald, '  ��� Victoria's   Oversight.  I'd use a ri'p saw 011 it.  1 t-'X'  :b>f,  Kxplorer Cook-must be -sur*  If1*-'!!.*.11, *i  S'wiv it'll  B\v-^l-,'lV-4HlV.<r,  ' 'prised "to find so'many   people  Br^'iiF   i-\\ 4**l'!e   ' *" r  ���wi-.*a*s..,'u  hity-x���from-Missouri,.-\yheu_ the *en-  Intelligencer,  Ijp      - .tjre population of that- state "is ^^^jajiroe^  less thai^45000,000.  8511  i n  1 -; - s-  : i  1 ih'  Speaking of George Wash*  ingtcn, 1:0 anecdotes are forth  coming     as    to   Dr  youthful'  performances   with  "hatchet's aud cherry trees.  I'  mm  hi  fU. Vy  *'.' r  *v * 'i r  S  c  y  &  If an experimental farm is  established in the Kootenays  we do not know of a" better  place for it than Creston.  Here's hoping she gets  it.  '.sA Sr-u i -W 1  ?.-M.-' J  -j.-'' ���'IT   1 X :.  Mfflhii  k?:; .1  Greenwood    Ledge: Fort  George is probably the onty  town in America that has a  newspaper and no white  woman. The editor does not  have to write up tea meetings  -or run a fashion column iu  liis frontier ioumal.  could half a century  ago.     From  "devil'.' he climbed not only to the  1     v  - 1      i  editorship,and ownership  of The  but    also   to' the'  onaauitr:���-jeero���few-  eran knight  even  j-et,  sets  type  occasionally by way of diversion."  A good story,   which  Sir  Mackenzie loves to tell, is that,  when  Minister of Customs in the admin-  istration of Sir John  A.  Macdon-  Cook s a\d> j^ W��l3 on a   horseback   tour  through   the   west    visiting   the  Crow's     Nesb      Pass      country.  Roughly    atti ed    for   the  long  journey, when  he   got  to  Revel-  stoke he sauntered  leisurely  into  a printing office and  asked  for  a  job, telling   the   proprietor,  who  did  not  recognize   him,  that  he  was a tramp printer  and   wanted  to get a little money  to  ro  east,  The boss sizel him  up  and said  rather regretfully that he had  no  position    vacant.      The    Cabinet  Miuister thanked   him   and   left.  Ib was only a few hours after that  the newspaper man learnod of the  identity of his caller.    He hunted  him ui), and the tivo had a hearty  laugh over the episode.  Victoria wants a theatre. ' It is  a very serious oversight that Mr.  McBrida was not asked to guarantee the bonds for it before election. It is too late now.���Montreal Herald." *������ ' ' '  Moj-ie, B. C. intend to apply to  the Superintendent of.. Provincial  Police for a liquor licence for the  premises known ancl described as  the International Hotel, Moyie,  B.C.     '   - , ���        ���   ' .     *  Dated this loth day of .December;  A. I)., 1909.     "   B. E. TAYLOR,  ,   ' .M. J. BONNER.  Martin May ^Return.  ,Josoph Msirtin, K. t Xj.yriu.h'V--t-a-  nions Canadian politician, may return to British Columbia to try  to form a party in opposition . to  the government; in event of hia  defeat in the general elections in  Britain. He has been nominated  for a London constituency.  Two Opinions.  M  �����:i.  .-���I  ��� 1 - ���  'it  \t  m  y \  Wc heard a man the other  <day kicking for a chance to  work. That man was a  false alarm. No man who  wants work these days need  be out of employment ten  hours. There i.s all kinds of  work in this district and good  wages can be secured by, good  an211.���Michel Reporter.'  Don't Watch the   Clock.  The editor of the Leader  is  311  roc e i pt  of   a ���. clieq ue   from  Fred Roo  of, Elko for/ "One  Year's Good Luck   and   Happiness and a Million  Dollars.  The cheque is   drawn   on   the  Elko Branch of the   Universal  Bank   of   Prosperity,      It    is  payable at.par at   any   brauch  ,of the bank, and is uot  traus-  . ferrable.      Fred  Roo   is    the  president.    Roo is a character  and has made Elko and   Roos-  yille    almost    world    famous  through his   unique   advertising.  Sh' Thomas Lipton offers the  following good advice to young  men:  "The young fellow who wants  to get along in the world aud is  particular about his hour-j of  labor is on the wronf track. l Employers don't like the man who is  always watching the clock���who  is always looking for 5 or 0 so  that he can get away. Rich or  poor he stands little show to  succeed. Id's wonderful���the confidence it inspires in an employer  when he realizes that his employe  i*" pulling at the same end of the  rope that he is pulling at in the  way of making a success of the  business."  Vegetarian���'-Don't you know  that the strongest animals are all  vegetarians, the elephant being  the most powerful?"  Carnivorous Friend���"That'*? all  right. If they weren't so strong  they never .would be able to  stand a vegetable diet."  The ^peculiar properties of  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy  have been thoroughly tested during epidemics of influenza, and  when it was taken in time we  havo not heard of a single case  of pneumonia. Sold by the  Moyie Drug and Stationery Co,  Ready for   Business.  Speaking of   Worms.  A woman recently went into a  Spokane music '��� store and asked  for the "Hook Worm" song. The  music dealer, turning a mental  handspring, gave her a copy of  tha "Glow. Worm."'  The Latest.  "Poor Reginald has gone to  the  hospital."  "Appendicis?"  "Mercy,   no!       Raggie   doesn't  i belong to  the   old fashioned   set.  He runs stores  at   Elko i The doctors think  it  is  pellagra,  We are already for business  and shall be glad to serve you.  We have a large number of sound  investments in Vancouver city  and suburban properties which  offer great opportunities to investors.  We have a special department  for country clients, and all enquiries receive prompt attention.  When in Vancouver, let us show  you what we have to offer before  going elsewhere. Our listing de-,;  partinent ensures quick sales.  We have several good subdivisions on the market which it  will pay you to investigate.  THE DOMINION STOCK &  BOND CORPORATION OF VANCOUVER. LTD.  Winch Bldg., (Ground Floor)  Hastings. St., W.Vancouver, B. C.  P. O./Box 1208.  C^^OBA&f'  ftrJwi  '   '    '        ' ASKBAL,    * *  . Eastern   Canada  ,'EXCIJRS.QNS"  -*-- ? "'.~~T:���'"^'���w-.V'-'       -S,  , Low 3Coufl<*��. >;.-.p-. ^.\.^.\i. ,���    i  V ^   - ,* / -  ���' Ontario]-Quebec and  Maritime Provinces.  Tickets 011 Sale'Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, inclusive, good to return within' three  months. Tickets issued in, connection  Atlantic Steamship Business will be on  sale from November 21 and limited to  five months from date of issue.  Finest Equipment, Standard First Class  and Tourist Sleeping Cars and Dining  Cars on all .Through Trains. Compart-  ment-Ivibrary���Observation Cars on'  "Imperial Limited*' and Atlantic  Express."  3-Through Express Trains Daily���3  THE "TORONTO EXPRESS"  leaves Winnipeg daily at 22.40, making  connections at Toronto for all points  East and .West. The "IMPERIAL  LIMITFD" leaves Winnipeg dailv at  18.15, and the "ATLANTIC EXPRESS"  at 8.00 daily, making connections at  Montreal for all points East thereof.  A pply to the nearest C. P. R  agent for  full particulars.  Nifty   Fall  SUITINGS  aud   Roosville,   anil, at   Ihcs  complicated with hook-worm."  The greatest danger from influenza is,of its resulting in pneumonia. This can be obviated by  using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, as it not only cures influenza,  but counteracts any tendency of  the disease towards pneumonia.  Sold by Moyie Drug and Stationery Co.  FI NE NEW STOCK of the  nattiest in Fall Suitings  from eastern and English  manufacturers just received.  They are undoubtedly the  handsomest and* most distinctive fabrics that have  yet been pffered 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.  Pressing and Cleaning  Done  Prices Right.  C. A. FOOT  Merchant Tailor.  MOYIE, tf. C  Haryey,     McCarter, &  < Macdonald.  ��  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc  Cranbrook,   -   -    B��� C.  W. F; GTTRD,  ���  BAKRISTEK, SOLICITOR, ETC  cranbrook:.''''**   "���  B. C  DR. t. B. MILES,  iDEs^NTTisrr...  Cranbrook," B, C.  George H Tbbmpsoh,  , ^��l~^AIili^TEiii.'*-Sor.icuroR���   ,  A   y    . NotAnY-PUiTijcr^rc".'"'���''*-*   '  1  CRANBROOK'; ���     British Cou;mbia  W, R. BEATTY  Embalmer and Undertaker,  pbone 9. CRANBROOK  Xmas Suggestions  A nice' assortment, of Hand-  Painted China,  Fancy   Guilt  , and Maitfie, Glocks,    .Silver  'o ,'  ' Plate" aira^TDrc^tissoi-tinent ,     '    '  -    _   of   Ivadiesl Shopping', Bags '   ���  ���'' .     ',     . and. Parses.' ���   Lockets   and  <"    necklets and  rings'iu  great '',  ' ' ' p i i      '    ' '' '        X   '   '       ' '    "  ��� variety,'at'       ',     ���;,   - ���    ,  ��� \ip*m - ir,. -.T^Nisr'EaEL'  Practical Watchmaker and'Jeweller,  '   '        "'A,    "'       ���        f        X- ���      '��-.,       .  Victoria_St., South:      .    a ,      .,    , ,  MOYIE.  ��� 'V, Why Pay More] ,../������  i    n      * ��� ��* , , t      "    i  <��� , *    i   i '   < t  l[       " I* 4  For Furjniture?  *       *��� *'   .        i  Our. stoclc is the Largest in the district, and , fhe  ,,   best ��� assorted.' N    '        e>'' '  '      l '       > .    I,'    '    i> ,    V      ., .���.'*��  Our* aim has ahva3Ts been, to stock s'nch lines, as  ** ev'ery-day people call for every-day..  '    i *v0 ���,        - 'r     i ,'   v ' '*���  ^i   ,Goniniori Chairs  j    "      '. * ���'     ',  Selling-Just 'now at 36 cents.    Limited numbers to  ". _ each  customer  Cranbrook    Co-Operative    Stores  Moyie  T. T. McVUlle.C.E..P L. S.        ri. Y. Parker, C  McVITTIE & PARKER  Puovi^ciai. Land Surveying  RAILWAY   &   MINING    KNOINKKKING  Estimates Furnished.  OFFICES  Forfc Steele P. O. Box 25.  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.  As made by the pre9ent brewer is admittedly the 9  Beat J3eer in East Kootenay.   With the Best Mnlfc ��  and the Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled  for 9  quality.    Insist on having Moyie Beer. ���  BOTTLED AND DRAFT BEER  K  r\  U  ry ���  BUY   YOUR  ugars  Tobaccos  .'    ���     A      .      j,-   . ���'.:'���������  Fruit and  MUELLER & HESSE,.  PROPS,  MOYIE, IO. O.  ���  $  9  9  9  9  \ MOYIE    HOTEL,  P. F. JOEJVSTOJV  FROM,  sia  mSfis^s^S!SS!SSSS^!S:Sz  A. B. Siewart  Thos. Summers  CiKars,   Tobacco.  Fi-mt and  Confectionery.  ' -  TOYS,    NOTIONS   ETC.  South   Victoria   St.  Chamberlain's uVJr%���\��^m ���?<��  Ncv?r fails,   Buy it uow!   It may -^-m^'  ! This Hotel is New and well Furnished The J  Tables are Supplied witH the Best tne i  Market affords. The Bar is Pilled witn |  the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars. i  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEK yvtA  ���THI^  Seniral  DESAULNIKK     IlltOS,    r��>l>#.  Largo eamplo room in j connection  with bouse for commercial men. Best  of accommodation.  Heudqunrtera  for   Commercial and MiniugMen.  SEND YOUll,   WORK  KOOTENAY  STEAM  LAUNDRY.  'nelson'  All White Labor.  10 TUB.  e Uf?."        QUEliNS AAENUJ-  MOYIEjR. 0  L9ave work with the  A, B. STEWART  local ��g'  eiifc y-,'5  i X  rn-rrw t tti vrnjn    a r,r\xirTT.-i   "ni>TrpTCjTT r'ATTiArnTA'  ,, 1  X  CIRjCUMHANTIAL  EVIDENCE ?  >#��  LI  A      THUE  aside and struck with Ids heavy flat against the pan-  5TOKY  daughter of the'boarder, was staying,  nnd  bpjrlsM. 1W��, liy Hie New Voik I lor" M Co. All  nitfhti Riwvtil.)  AB.TIN   W.   LITTLETON, formerly As-  I sistant' Prosecuting- Attorney In Parker  ,  ���    And Dallas counties, Texas, and Asslfct-^,  'nut District Attorney of Kings county, says:���  "Just about twice as much reliability can  bo   placed   upon1./circumstantial   evidence   as  ,upon direct evidence supplied,by the average  witness,    I'll take my   chances  with   circumstantial   evidence -If    some  beneficent  power - '  ���will tako care of the lying witness.   It is my   ,  .belief   that  ihe  only   Innocent men,   if any.  ' convicted nowadays owe it to deliberately false    ��  testimony.     j        ,   X > '    ���   ���' ,  "Circumstantial    evidence    is    the    only  ���weapon   left'(to   an   innocent defendant with.  which to  combat  an  Incriminating Ue.,   It i<5  the'object  of  the   defence In'such a  case to  place the Uo ,ln relation with-ihe-true circumstances and thus'reveal,its falsity.        ''���<���'     :  ' '' ' "The great rule for all jurors to bear constantly in-mind is tbis-.-Circumstantial evi- o  dence   consists   of   a   chain of circumstances,  each' one'consistent with tho other and lead-y  ing   on the whole, to  a conclusion which* ex-  "*eludes   every   other' reasonable hypothesis or  supposition than that of the guilt of  the de-  fe'ndan't." , " ,'  color upon   tlio .situation.    lie announced  that  tbey  must break in the deer im mediately.   Several of tho,su  who lived lu the nearest houses were -sent for crowbars. ��� ' i I      .  ' During tho few minutes that elapsed before thoir  return   the   constable   followed   Ills   first   instinctive  impulse  In   the  possible   presence   of  a   crime    and  ' quietly made keen scrutiny of lho faces, words ami1   swift inspection  actions among the member*! of the group, noUn the  absolute hope of'discovering traces of guIk.-!��!-,*��  .watch   for  suggestions  or  for  indications ,of a   possible trend of suspicion.    Johnson,  the most obscure  of   Lccoqs,   was  a   man   of   remarkable  shrewdness  antl  'penetration   for   one   In   his   position  polntmciit as constable   had  been  ���collection  to' his muscular devolopment than lo the  oiling. There was no sound from within. Johnson  tried the latch, found that the door was not locked,  and threw it'wlde, hls'light held above his head.  On thc* floor, half wrapped.in the coverings that  had slipped with It from t he bed/ lay the body of W        Armstrongs a  >���,-   the   boarder.' '   The   stab   wounds  in   the  right     alarm that tb  M)I1,       v..���        ---  breast showed the manner of his taking off. The  constable ordered back tlie band of horrified villagers  thai   crowded   in  tbe  doorway  and   proceeded  to  n  Tiie body was not yet cold.    Wilson had not been  he  thought.    The .window was Hung  had returned to tlie farm about ten o'clock. Letting herself in she had gone to her own room. About fifteen minutes later she had heard the creaking of  the side door. Her, first thought had been that tlie  had returned, but she remembered with  ey were not expected for several days.  Slie had 'quietly extinguished her light and locked  the door���when she henrd persons* lightly ascending  the stair's. She thought tjierc were two. The footsteps of one' hnd' been plainer than those of the  otlier.     A   moment  later   her. door   had   b-ien  tried.  he had had the assistance of hi--" wife. The trial soon  came on and v. as rapidly pushed. The defence contented itself with a severe cross-examination of Mary  Strugnell, but made little head way. The prisoner-  were found guilty and sentenced to die ou Monday  three weeks off. '        __^_  ��� *���   ���     ��� ��� * ��� *     _i.  The Logic of Johnson.     ''  Constable Johnson was a peculiar genius. Tie had  added new lam els to his record, had displayed a  clever grasp of the ways of criminals and had brought  about two important convictions.    But, as he sat by  hi ".-If on the Friday before the execution nnd  looked back over the succession of n�����at.W l^���-  stances he bad so securely bound about th. Aim-  strong, he was forced, as a man with a passion lor  fa?no's, to admit himself dissatisfied. This /eelmg  had been growing upon him.' and became more acute  as tin- time drew near, when mistakes could not be  "Johnson  had no knowledge of the law beyond a  few primitive precepts.    He had* hnd "thing  more  -      -     -     *  r-Mtlnn. and tho subtleties or  if  lew   wriimiive*     'ivn-|..,-.     -.-        ���--������- ,,,-,,_���  ���#  than"a board school education, and tho subtleties of  the  courts'were  beyond   him.      Hut  as   a   man  of  the whole series was worthless. Ho felt, rather than  understood, that to convict justly on circumstance--  alone it was necessary that*every point must fan."1  dead 'an ,hour.  There had been a movement along the  hall toward    niltlira71y witli every other 1>��*" 1i>,^��V^,L.����"^ 1 ^^"^^^.^ ���  Ills   ap-  iiiade  rather  as  a  more'rightful claim upon police service tliat Ills natural   qualities, of  a  first, class  detective  gave   Mm  Ills experience'had Included  several small crlmhial  lay several bundles, which, as he rapidly assured himself, contained clothes, jewelry, plate and other .valuables as if the murderer had been Interrupted and  hnd not succeeded in making off with his booty. - A  wardrobe, a' bureau and a writing desk had been  forced by an unpractised band, as the mangled locks  testified. 'r ,  rows  of  the   noise.  T  wns an  ominous thunder that  echoed  through  the sleeping stree.s of the hamlet of Wnllingfcn of  nchl    December midnight,   A hollow tattoo sound-  !ro.n  the .plain  beyo./d deepened  In note and  volume to a hoarse rumble that woke the good , U-  _  f.ngers with a choking f.nr^.pon^^nnd^ct them  1S trembling where they lay. bed clothes about their ,  I ^   "S  lit��rn.Utcd..onlT  to .��*��*��  ngain,  and con-.  f tinned at Intervals .with startling violence. ��� -   .  "The loss timid-of them, undeterred by the whls-  r, cd warnings-of their wives, clothed themselves  1,1th what came handiqst In no great haste and *, ensured to their'front, doors or windows, where anx-  lurcci . lh(j.unnatural nlarmhin\gjit���  ;:;;;r;Sdn\i: ;;iu, to mouth*. *��.����*  fluted  and  hung back upon  blj own thresh-  dd until  a  point oft light,  swinging  uipldly   up  tli.  road, restore them to good <���f; .       ,������.  ���������Tis Ilenrv Johnson,  the constable,     cried  neuu  TKir to'neighbor, "and now wo shall soon  know  tin  S"S��guard.an  of  the  peace of Wal.lngfen.  carry-  |���g  his  lantern,  passed   along between   the  ootfices    striding   toward   thc   source  W   h    heir natural  protector. Incidentally one^ or ine  s ro  gest   men   in   the   North   of   England,   to   lead  S��    tic' townsmen   followed   In   his   wake,   stung  .Hereto  bv  a   word   or -two  that   Henry  Johnson   let  fall as he" moved on to hls.investlgntlo:i.  '  ii e way led past the last house of tiie hamlc   and  over a cropped, field (oward a low, sprawling struct  nre tha   l.ilUl black and mysterious at the end of a  ,r    \enue of overhanging trees. , As ����*<���^  on ,��� sl.ence a sharp wind plucked at   hem. a.^d f -  the  vagnelv detl.K-d dw.-lling ahead  the  hollow   ioai  *    s Juin-ateningly and stopped with a suddenness  (hot miule them catch their breaths.    Reno beg- .to  lag behind, nor was the spirit of any one  ^^  hv.the thought of the plice which they were to Uslt.  Crook Kuril, bore no smiling reputallo...  ,      i-*or a  moment the advance wav.-red. hu    Joh^on  ,ia,le them think  shame of themselves,  and sin c ho  did not slacken his pace they pre*sou on ��\*>J^q  ,NVhen  another booming rattle  had   fn-lei      -\     ^��  M.ence they had entered the avenue     At     -     "   ^  ,t the constable bore around to the right   ��     re ����  the   side  en.ra,K*e.  and   whence   the  no   o_hnrt   co,nj  With   staring   eyes   the   villagers   look d   os   r  ���shoulder,   fearful   at   what   they   might   fin,.    I"  yellow splash of light, whore Johnson < Unto  back the shadows  from the steps and   mass  slood two figures  which every  member o   tl  recognl-/.cd   with  a  sigh  of relief.    The  full  Johnson challenged them.  "Now,   then,   Farmer   Armitvnng  with you  and  the  mistress, that  you  your own house and  wake the parish  ���ilght'i"'  The, neighbors jcr.pwf.-.'d  In  ,   fear  forgotten.   Init   a- mighty  Arm-sbong was standing  his   hand,   and   as   they  ,   mimic   thunder   thai   l-,-.,1   nmus  clear when he turned to slmwev  door, which vibrated like tlie s  Johnson   questioned   more ��� sharply  gave a hurried explanation of how he  Uig the Insistent visitor on his own doorstep.  The Crime Revealed. ',���*���'   ,'���  'He and his  wife  had  been away f von, VVJ  bi^u  forupward of a ^ok.   They had retunu'd--  but half an hour before, and. finding    .�� ^^ .  had since been trying to arouse either M>..i     ���     ���    ^  Mr. Wilson, or the boarder's servant. .Mary *>     -  It might well be, he added, that Mary btr P> -'>  gone of a nlghfs visit to the adjoining to* V of ^ ��  Cove,   nut he was pulled lo account for the fa;ct   h  :     Wilson,  a  man  not yet  forty  years  oh 1. m^    -  sleeper, had fallcdthus far to answer the summon.  though he had pounded this half hour- fl  Discussion   of   the   problem   was   luteinrp u  . Bhout from a lad who had stolen along with h*       *  unobserved nnd had hoc. eying the UPP��' >    "    ;.!  house,  where  the 'lantern's glow  picked  surfaces and angles.    IK* pointed ^ !1 vU1 ,  Becondfioor.   Over the sill there hung a st. IP oLw    -.  evidently a sheet or other covering. ���v,���..��� i.iiU  i   Johnson .already had seen enough to conMnce hiiu  crawled .under the bed In the extremity of her fear  and had not stirred until dragged out by thc constable, r       - , '  Johnson leaped to the point of thc matter as she  finished. ,He,-suddenIy thrust tiie dripping knife,  which he had held concealed, before'the face'of Mary  Strugnell. L ,  < "Do vou know whose this Is?" he demanded. The  woman* screamed and{, fell back a step, staring at  the "weapon. '   '   ' ' '  "Know- it?" she cried; "I' have seen It a thousand  times.    It is Farmer, Armstrong's."  - "Be  careful, Mary  Strugnell,"  said  thc constable  sternlj;; "this may mean life or death, to an honest  man."       , ' , '  "Indeed and I know It Is, his," said the woman  earnestly, "though 'tis like he was not the one used it.",  -The butcher of the village shouldered through the  group and asked to seerthe kire. Hc looked at it closely and declared tliat he would know It among a thou-  s'and for'Armstrong's.   It had originally been his, he  sat bv his fireside. ��� Ho was a kindly man.    He had a,  fundamental.horror of the taking of human life. ,��iid  now that life was to be taken through his clients: lie.  found  hlmscir confronted  with  a  crimson   question  "'For there was a single fact that.he could not explain, that,hnd no .connection with, no probable bear- ���  ing upon,  tlie  supposition  of the  guilt  o��  the   An.i-  stroups.    In   Wilson's room, under  a  chair,   he  had  found a stiff, shlhy hat *of odd design,,too small fo. <  the boarder,,still  smaller  for the  farmers   masslvo  >CIt 'would have been easy for him to have overlooked this hat. He had mentioned It to counsel for  the defence, who had, In turn, mentioned It mcirt,  and nothing had come of It.^jiv bother?    It. yrob-  ���'     ,     ',?  1    T  ~y>\  j  r  /. %  <           l          J                -      *���!  ,.  " .    --.    ,fe  \            '  0                              >    '             />  '.rw,  !  '      *     'L*    '^*'  f<    '  ' \ ��� ,-w*  *   t  ,%      '; " ,' %  I  ' ,   ' ',      * #  '        '               ,,'ir     r,i;-,  ''         ���&$  y  . ,      . ^n.  i ' X)i  ~  i     -   >����"+  j    .  '"   ttK%;+i  '      r  -' *     X"V^".\  Jj  u                                'f^,J  ,",  %      I  "v<. ', -,r.m\  , *       '���<  ,..-. 3��',  JJr.  ".  a sMy  ?! *  ,% '% .'.'St  C     h  i ���>  y  ���  ' .<��� / -ri-#'i  " - h*rjm  .    i    ,,'4&  '-   ' i-^rSI  V'- i  , i    ���'"'L'./ii-'i  , .' -,'-AM  r,x-,  It could not f  As the keen  nblv meant nothing.    But It was there  be argued  away.    Who  had worn  it?  foi  stabl  .that nere was one mm"- ... >* <-��"���"��� ���������     , .     . ,_  led elsewhere.   If such were the case it would be la  dutv to pursue it as loyally and pcrsevoriuSIy,asrbo  hanethtookhthe hat. wrappeel himself in his ^co^  hired a horse and light road cai^ and ��e   out^folved  ,,t,,     ',,      ^vi^mt  i.A,' '"  ,. Ayy.M\  y ��,X"a -i^i&ffii  1 '<��     ''X '.X   ' t{"*W!|  i.y -. .   ^ j- ,vi'*^|Pi |-  I   <"     '    - '.       j;f.*iS.J-iB  I, "* j - -*,' .-J^aal  ti..- ---.'. isvi^aSI  V      .'   . ' - "     ��?(  yrJffl  lj"~j  llowec-upoii the trail of circumstances the con-  able" could not drive from himself the suspicIon  at here was one mark in a contradi 0 toaj  trn.rth at  iy c -,yy$   a norse iinu njsi.11. l��..^  --_���������, n,,i, nc  said  but the farmer liad purchased it from him a year ,       n n fiiml cflort either to smash'the flaweu nnu oc  before and hc had since sharpened it ou his stone for  Armstrong.  ...  *j.**.i  Johnson'felt justified In arresting the couple on the  strength of these,statement*. With the Armstrongs  safe in the village jail and Crook House secured  against the entrance of any but the proper authorities,  he then proceeded with his investigation     ,  The facts concerning the household he knew In outline The farm, consisting of a hundred acres,.had  beeii sold to Armstrong,three years before at the conclusion of a.long course of litigation, during'which the  house had stood empty." The Armstrongs were chlld-  ^iTd^^wiak, discomforting-ride was that made  b/constable Johnson In the cause of jusUee, th ough  I'X  "/"tv v'' yy$L  Xr-    - ���* Vl:i  y < i. ���; xym  ���<.���)!��� ,yy::.vSM  ym  elusion  less and had ample room iu the great, rambling dwell-  a wi.'.dy January night.' Nor had he a due regard to  the value of sleep through a countryside, foi at  everv 1111'along bis road he stopped and raised a  c amor until mine 'host, blinking and protesting, unbarred the door to the person of the law. , And when  the sleepy man had looked upon a queer, stiff, shiny  hat a. d had sworn by all he knew that he had never  'seen Us like upon any one the disturber passed on o  the next.    The constable made,seven Inns dm; ng tho  -I--,* ^^yf%%.  :-      ',        , I i.i    ''i'.'jTLl'it-f  hy ;-������> $$j$.  - yT'     j       y *~l .ir'frM  ���.-yffi-   -    +.:��j"*.j*ffi|  .less ana naa amine ��~.u .�� ^ *.^.v ���--�� - ��� -        night,'in a. circle about Wallin'gfen and South Cave  Ine for Mr. Wilson, who had applied for.quarters.soon     ^ aavnThe 'rested for n few houis. obtained a fiesh  after they Came. They were industrious, reserved  folk who seldom left their place except for marke.,  cti.a   1..  -��   *j.ii.-.��i4��njinx{o   n\nintnlne.d   a .morose. ,un-  ffW^o'ndhSS^d an en^ma shice hisariWl.  ^'^���Mr'same���"������  He had placed His daughter in a school at South Ca^. e.  but seldom saw her. It was understood that he pos  Less -d considerable property. ' ^rmf ^"S,^"?, '"a"  auentlv absent for a week or more, and it was bel ej, ed  m��i he -acted as agent for his boarder lu managing  aff ir- aud an estate at some distant point. The prisoner admitted Ihat. with bis wife, he had been on such  a trip during his recent absence. ,"  Tracing the Clews.  On examining Wilson's room tlie constable became  convinced  thattte 'abandoned bundles on  the    a We  did not represent all the property missing from  the  horse, and continued In a widening range.  It was three o'clock of Monday morning, the day of  -^iUvMuitiruK that Johnson avoided tbe mistress of  an^ifrecifieytchyUt->-^r...."~~--���-.^^.a.-  *^~  villago.' ne showed the hat and .asked  nliMtlon with the same feeble degree of hope that  Sad backed Its utterance since Friday at a score of  places.   The woman looked and "nodded.       ,. ^    ,  Testing the Link. * ' '���'  "I hive seen a man who wore ��uch o one," she said.  "He 5-asastrange Utile fellow of the'name of rearce,  and, now I think of it. he forgot his portmanteau oir  the dav he left me. a month gone by.        ,.,,,_ .-  Johnson explained who he was and what his er-  rind and the woman brought thc portmanteau, assuring him that It had remal.ied_unopened_s.nce the  '�������'  departure of the owner.  The constable examined tho  ����� r KST   Under  soine  garments at the  bottom ja,  boarder ����" ���:atcb> wUh chain and seals bearing the initial  id while ��B? hc recognized these articles as the property of  ^desn^hiiT bee^ wrenched open'this, flimsy ^wn���Cntl��.ed by several witness��;.    They  nad  drawer was found locked.    The key to it was in the be(jn mIssod, but it was supposed that Armstrong nan  .,�����. Pocket of Wiison's coat, and when^the^ bn-estl- hidden thorn successfully ^ ^^ ^    nnIf an  receptacles "tTiat"had  been   forced.  *   There  Ivou^ha^been1^'lo^ef h�� Sn^ wh^    W" He^BAtaed���he��Trticie. as the property  v      _ -      .   �����   j'-jajSni-'  -' yx!i%4  "    '*        :    *jT-*|  .'. * ' '- -". ', i/'lg  o      >.i; '.   j'4|  AMI  "' ykl  ��� : *��� yrm  .     ' <*2?r  ������ 000. WAS-��"����.���� �����W  .X ���� HIS U-T ��U,'*~V��  ntl* had    the   opportunity   to  larger community his  HEAD.  The care that  TOUND   TH  cases,   lu   which   he   hi  yyst rxyyyy�� sr =  from .childhood  lining  in a corner lay a stained knife. He wasij  "J  Uils,  comuient  that he held  the = ��      **  Wilson had been killed, when 0ne of those 1 _  ground broke in  with a question  as to  one had seen Mary Rtrugiiolh ^ ^^  Thc words around Ara.bt.on, ^  contemplation  of the  s.:ene,  at   w Inch  hu,  X1 or onened the drawer it was empty.   TU ^...j. "-:-        xtie execuuou   ����o ^t ^  ���,=��� - -_--  . .I.],  the imroder Had taken  In rtffmlnlng from prying it    hour bcfore the tlme a trembling, lathered.horse, wlcU  oncn aroused  1 presumption In his mind that the real t   f        t barncss Qapping loosely ��bout hlm^zUt  robberv    .ul been committed here, and that the key . t0 tlle WaUlngfen Inn. at which tl e, prosecut  -  *    Wilson's coar ro throw InvestI- , ,^0&   ^Z^s$o?f���  '^told/and wilh the consent of the an    ormes he  had been returned to  gut ion from the track  Ho instituted  an inquiry among the neighbors  as toU1   ana wlLll luc ^..^^ -- ;--- v"n-   ,..     t_,al  \rmstrong's li.ianclal standing."   The reports were ht out tUe judge who had presided at the trial  most all to the effect that the farmer seemed well    aA(, wflSf by fortunate coincidence, lu the same nous-.  to  almo  but he found a man  In South  Johnson   was  door is locked," said  upon  him   In  a  he  whom  had   known ,  be 'saw   no  d ro\ 0  what Is wrong  stand without  In the dead of  about the couple..their  'curiosity 'in. Its'Place;  with a  thick  blackthorn  ���watched   the  i,y them  eon pie   were  compat.itUe   Mi.u'.o**  ,,* they h-uldwUt but  three j-ars   a  ;,!:b.e  did   nut   know-   thrlr  Hv��   a.ul   tl,'  .... .11.1  11.,w<> <.f the oiheis.  Ui   the  and  the con-  ir  thoughts  staring wide eyed.  "She is not at home yet; her  tlie  farmer  absently  fl!lsl1- ^ mow so much about it?'  "How come  you  to  know   so  m . d  asked, snapping the question out smupb-  you know her door, is locU'd? . ��,UJWOStion   of  irmstroi'i"-   answered   with  ��   i*11,1"   SUi~';  "Whh h I- her room?  -The next to cl.l^ ^ ^ ^ nm,  t,,od  tlic  -- had  With some reluctance and-only after earnest Pleading  Y -   - stable, an order upon the Shcutr  Johnson  <ic-  through   tho  ed for the evenc  ere about to ba  '*>*���  . .*<vl  '-    * fi  ^SS he was short of cash. The man swore,  moreover at A>mstrong had said something con-  cirXg a mortgage that was pressing insistently upon  hllTniu*mnn sou-ht thc notary on learning of this, biit    s'0~n ajfel.  ,���i.,nlw1  Oue of the first discoveries of the renewed Inquiry  ai-d one w-1 Ich was most favorable to the Armstrongs  was the VacV that Mary Strugnell had disappeared  was the  i.c. ,UKi could not be found.   Johnson   '-and followed  cloncedlv for weeks,    lie uuaiiy muuu ..or dying: hi a  uui,i.iiiiiy��   .    ,   ^    rUi^ ���n-������f���  ���r   an  accident  in  He ob-  %'".iv,r" which he found locked, as Armstrong  "Uh    l".^kcd and called upon the woman to open  it if she wins there  a*  he did  thos��  l.mtern   light   he  the  11  ;ln  source.. of  the  was   made  heavy blows on the  of a titanic driuii-  nnd   the   fanner  ;. came to be. plfiy-  of the  V.ul   In   th  face of the woman the  terror.    Mrs- Armstrong was c  U The  man  made no  louslv   ho noted tlmt the vapor  "slmrpaiul'iuM*-    He set  re.*ognlr��d   upon  drawn and whitened cast of  hing her husband ��  slcn.    But   as  ������lutel  arm  for support.  Johnson eyed'them curl  of ,bc farmer's breatl. jamp^ ^ ^ ^^  but gained no response.  . .V* with friends at South Cave over  "S1" "T".        d   V    tt L, with some assurance.  ^h1' ^ J wio lS -nlccd the sheet at the win-  his short stature to good-advnn-  had been listening, and had *  ve to the keyhole.., He now broke upon  tarttlng ahiiouucement.  ��� he cried.  there was 11 -,ory  cii-mi"- box was closed  wltn .1 -  bad lo smash, si.uo he could not find the key.  The,same  tlow ha"d..beeii usln  tape while the constable  applied.his e.  tbe situation with his seconds  heuw lock,  which he   i find"  one of his distincti\e chat'  .���  circumstance   alone  woul<  led. another, man. to absolute conviction of  the  actorish' ^ WhU^th^^cunistaiuie   alone  -would  colic  eu  It down for reference  ���^'"^���'^���''���^Whtto-acloHe  by the ar-  1U1(1 ,���, iimiiedla.e. attack aViis  which resisted stubbornly foi ���>  iloxen   men,   ex-  rushed   in.  but  t outside through pro-  iiivc  way  a  could  have  told   what.  His rolled ions  were  rival'of the crowbars,  made upon the door,  time   When   the   lock  pect lug  none  Ibe constable pjm^d a. women  fessioiial caution,   a  Irritated by Suggestion.  ' 1 m' 111st ahead of him. nnd  The Armstrongs passu   lu.      ���    ;,���,,., sllouUler.  ll0 si,w the woman eate    ^>^omethll��� ur.etly. Into  tol.lm and wl.ispii . aud ,,.  -... _    1,1  ..ni- understaiHi  n**-  hl.-  jutllng  ,vlndow on the  loan close u> "'         - ,  (11, ,l(.(io  He could  not uudeist.ina  ua  ...h.,,,.... ,1,... nyx:?y:y*  ���-l,lcl. .v......."'* B'"1"*"*1'    '1  W,Ml U,�� qHM[���;:^"J; with Johnson  "mstlcs up tbe stairway.  into the hull, pa  t;h the group.  stairs, and  let's get done    chair while  he  Armstrong  led the crowd ol'  ���Ug the landln  the door of the room  slept, and tapped lightly  turned  in  which, he -said.  The Constable  at  bis side.  On reach-'  L.d on  to  ^1,-.  Wilson  pushed him  "T  c 1-cv Is in the lock on the Inside." he cricci.  yxx^y^^y^y^"1'  ���y��xxkx^zx:yi^-  ue ,    ,     .'.,.. ,,1.n,1.rht  under   control   again,     lie  she had at the outer door. ^^  The  Woman s   Story.  ' "Mrs -^tn.gnell. are you there?" shouted  the,con-,  Mi*,. StuiML   . ^ mc c!uno a m0!lll  ,t���UIQ. once moie.    In^.u ^ f ^ ^  ���a,,d J�� Sent  K seemed as  If. the wind  about the  l    1    Plaved   then,   a, prank,   but   Johnson  .,.  ���       (1. e  of �� skirt under  the bed.    Willing  r1Uf    nfied^he  wonian  out   and  placed   her  in   a  ,,am1*  ' "simple restoratives were applied       t ap-  Poarcd   tliat^slm   had   fainted   from   fright,   but   had  suffered "o^J"^-     n    ft        fo      wnk. Johllson   ob-  A���  soon   as   ^.   * statement.     She  had  1111,1011  JTtown    n    rafternoon,  attending  chapel  't nt the school at which Miss Wilson, the  thl"!;,nrio��� UiderTrug belbre the hearth he found  ,,ros^"V,��hloed It was upon Crook House, for the  sum of ttooS%<! it was tile property of Wilson, the  murdered imnu ^ the case thc cou?table  had''cS"sibn'oi.o"rta"v to visit the jailer for an inveii  otf Ue ar leles found upon the prisoners. He  0L  l  c sibilllies of this point, and  he  For  a  cornices  tory  ina ut lle'iu���re  (ban half expected  what  One of fhe keys fitted the  tion,  tho far ih. house.  be now was able to prove.  strong box in  the  farmer's room    'Another was  the  key to the side, door.    Armstrong had aroused tl.e *. II-  lagelwith   pounding   upon   au  entrance  key  vlsilcd  and callli  cealed his loot, hung the sheet from the window as  ^ blind and returned to the outside tomnke iyP-  pcar that he had just returned.    In this, they held,  The truth of the matter was as follows:���  Vr," 'ong nd his wife were sent by Wilson to  ilect some rents for him at Hull. Keturn..ig tbey  itered bv the side door and tbe farmer wont u to  !Uson-s room t0 hand over tho hundred and fifty  pounds W had collected. He found Wilson murdered.  Who the two had recovered somewhat from the r  Sl-ht thev'determined to profit by the deathof,their  boiTide. Thev found the key to the inner drawer of  the w-rl'tlne desk -aud- took therefrom the mortgage  deed the hiding place of which they had discovered.  Then lev concealed the rent money in, their strongbox and 'the deed under a rug. went out, locked tho  d0S,riS l��dnK' committed by Pen.rce, the  lover of Marv Strugnell, with her assistance. /She had  met tl c n an' hi Hull and her relations with.him wero  not 1-nowi. in the community. He came down on ro-  eh- - word ' from her that the Armstrongs were  away stopped at the unfrequented, iun fifteen miles  from'the village and arrived at Crook House about  .fen o'clock tluu night. He was admitted by Mary  Strn^n-ll armed himself with a kntte from the  kffin. sh'ito Wilson's door, waited until he was  sure the boarder was .asleep and then ki led lnm.  Ti," conspirators'were-disturbed. In their pans for  csci.no toge lier by the unexpected return-of tho Arm-  str . '*s l'estrce had only time to slip the watch and  seals into his pocket, fasten the sheet to tiie shutter  ^n     d ��� the  ground,  while -Mary  Strugnell  hid  I..  self under the bod in her room.    Certain that l.e  - s  ie : g   tmrsucd.   I'earce   found   the  portmanteau  a,  encumbrance and left it behind him at the Inn.   As  he  ' imbed over the sill In Wilson's room he had lost  Is I it. which had rolled back beyond his reach.  hi:  And 'thus Henry Johnson saved two Uvea by testing  a lhik.      ��� ...... 1......  - . -*���   - 1"  if:  m>y  feWs*" ���  V-  ] ���' P iblislJed' ���  !, of Mm  F. J:  - h  ii >:  i���ii  tO tie tfi  'SATL|  W>'|  Ij  "I   if  11  v. ,  T heard'  Their  And wi  Tho -  Of p'oixe  '     tat  Mei  i* *"  ..,..-������ j.M ^ J-*  Sir 'ih1- r  i an��  v�� ���* -. -  I'1'    -I  "  ,'..'i.4.t  I'     ���' ' " 'til  fill I , Ir-  Sj~ i i'1'  ���?(!��� f M v*  :     * r-;  'h ' ���* f r& -i  ij;-. I j* .il.  I * Jf  ( .:  1 i'> > '��-'  [���  ��>.  THE TJ'.ADi^c- MOl'IK, KKITISTT CO]J'.ArRT.V.  Ai lhe Cfiarcks.  H'J'OI' AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  WHEN IN  -METiIOllPsr   nUTM'H  Christmas S.ind iy. Union Service in Presbyterian church  11  a.  m.   Siind.i\r  Sjhool,-J p. in.  j Kvening Service, 7:oJ p. in. Subject: "We Would See Jes/a?."  I        .   Eav. J. W- -MILLER, 13. A.    I  (P.-lStOl*.) I K. if. SWAM., M-iuaccr.  I I    '  .     Good rooms, good  tables and   bar  and first eLiss sample rooms.  CKANBRCOK  i,.iK?iivn::ij.v.v, r.'irjiii'H.  Union Service 11 a. in.     Smidiy  jphool and bible class at 2-aO ,��. .��. jQ K f>ESArj-,XIKK  livening Service  afc  7-I5J p. in.    A  lysnrly   wulcjinj to all.  REV, G. A.  IJACKNEY, B. A.  ,       (Pastor.)  18  Hi  >i>  LOCAL ASSAYS"  ^ Dan McDonald left Tuesday, for  Vancouver, aud will probably  re-  . ��?&**99*9&**9*��9**9^l���1? ?er�� f,��r fMl9 time'  Ha in  ' ^  tend.s to study law  ��� Miners' .Umon meets tonight:        ,' }f.  McNicol, .local   manager of I fj   -a-  R.Campbell was in  Cranbrook   the p��rto ilicS Lumber company,   KeraedJ it should not  be allowed  lis sn��iiii!i-.n.   ni...;.,*. _   _._.^_.  ..   I to run on until it becomes trouble  Many person?, ibid themselves  affected with a .persistent cough  after an attack of influenza. As  this cough be promptly cured by  the use of  Chamberlain's   Cough  luiM.nt  )Ynh Jeweff   ���**&-  Express and General Delivery Business. Livery and  Feed Stable.  WOOD   AND    COAL  For Sale  Leave'Orders at  Gft*yujig's Store.  Moyie, British Gc.iimbm  Happy New YeaJ  PKOilPT DELIVERY.   ,:  QiUeens'Avo.      MOYIE  ,    ��� ty-"'jt  isspandiug   Christmas   with' his  ! brother at JModieine lint  some.   Sold by the  -Moyie   Drug  and Stationery go. ���  Wednesday  Fred S. Merrill  has  epened   his  bating rink: - /   _, J     ^.^  0hapma).   Umry  ^^   Tnere ls  good  skating  on the J*rames Thorn and   .lohn    Carfra '    "  1,lk��'     ���'                       '"                   ,    "'Cfo down   to 'Creston  Thursday ,  {riVftrlflV     ^mpUfiT  Timro was a  danco iu  MorloyJeveniuR on a visit to the. Masouit* '         O    1U1W    ^JIIWlW-j  lodge of thattplaco. ���       '   ; ��� '       -     '      "  Singer*'Sewing  Alachineg   cost aT  ,     r   ,       '    A     '      '  ii'vlittlo in*a  *i,..���   ^i    ...     I Jnles Liabartho, manager of -the  hall Wednesday eveniug.  -Don't forget  tho  TJockey  Club  spending  Tan-  danco New Year's Eve'.  ,   <    31 rs.   . McQuade     is- '  Christm'as in Hos&land.  * Skates sharpened at R  J,  per's. ' ''     y  \ ' "       . '  Ray OrisIeir'and  Jl.irold Grady  are'in Spokane.      . ���   '  Lxst Tuesday was  the  shortest  , day of the year,  Master /.Tames    Batfc     arrived  Jiere from Michel Tuesday  110th of each month.  very little mb're  than  chonp  ina- L        ,?JLaba  chines.    Do  the   best   work   and ,ldated'     Mmp3 .   Smelting  last a life; time, -Sold on , small I ompan1>r afr�� T�����." tho largest  monthly' piyments by Geo B |smelterin Canada, aud "oue of  1,'owelJ, Cranbrook. ' In Moyie on j?�� foromosfc 'iu, fche   world,  has  I been' in southern Nevada for some  days as,consulting expert in "the  matter of construction of a contemplated smelter by eastern and  Pacific coast capitalists interested  in the Mason Valley mining prop-  er ties'of that state.   '  In consultation'with this promi  nent mill man i-j   Mr., Guuu,   rep  Sktting Ifpurs.  t i     n      * '   ' I    ^le following, are the hours for  John Cannon is  back from  his skatii^at the rink of S    ���  trip to Spokane and  Butte.     -        Hook^ Club     R^1        ^T^" 7 a" "   ^r., Guun,   rep-  n   T   i?i  '      ���    ,     , M-iocKey oiub.    llink will be open  resenting, it   is'  undergtinrT  fho  D- J-  hlmer  u  back to  Cran-   every day from 2' to  o.and from  gigantic buggenhe mS- S.V^  ' to   Winnipeg   7 to��10,-> Out of these In,,���   *l, Jwlm if. ,-= '  ,-5S 1     ^X - mfcei'e^.  (     (' (  Turkeys, '  Geese.  Ducks,. , /���     ,  i,  Chickqris, ' -  ' Fowl, J ���'.  ���' '    ' . *  .Oysters, \    ���  ,  Mince Meat.      . '  "  BURNS & CO^  MOYIJE,* ' , " B. C.  Dr. H. E.   HALL  DENTIST,  Tlie Expcrl Cro\vn  and   Bridge  Worker.,  Ofllco ovor. Mr. Sliort's   .  Wall      Pajier       Store '  Armstrong Ave.,      ' Cranbrook  INTERNATIONAL ,  HOTEL, -"���   "���  This hotel,is    now under  now  ,   management, and is first class,  ; . "��� in' every respect.      '    ���"���..  TAYLOR,, &   BONNER  ( C i,  rnoi'iiiKTOits.   >.  Victoria Street. '       M'oYJK  Tliankiug_alj   for'  by just dealing-  to ju'erit'?-^'^ a^l  in tlie future.  a c  share  0!  Postoffice  Block  BeiWIse   In' time  I am glad 'some of my f rienck ,. ,  vantage of the golden opportunities th*       '  selves in CaJgary, Keal Estate. at '*'n^  ,   You can buy ou WSy Unas alM- my oftw, .  pletwl your payment*., Now 'is the time m V * m'Ll '''���  railways; goo, watCr( .electric Hghu  te J,, hc w> '5'^:  an up-to-date ciiy.    Other, -creiipf^ p^H ,W'^^r J  Ulai.cc in 3 ^-8 months.     '*        ' al*"�� ��'=   f--i  Two lots in Orcseui Uci^hU at ^ * The'totilC',,if>, .tf,.  Box 1815  '^WALTERS &; ,THOMPS0\(  .Cafe  St.  ���   ���***   "���*<-*.  uu   vji-aa-ij"c'j'uitj'ii'om2 c<  fcrotik from his tnp to  Winnipeg   7 toaO,V Que of these honrs  the j who it is ^^^^^5  The'-JJonny IJrJar  Bosh*" "comJ Rowing hours will'ba  reserved the control" of' e^yf n^f^l  ���pany will  be  ��,t  Morley  hall' on   foL' hockey practice:  l_ January 15th.       , -   .* '  .       '      Monday, / to S,'  * ?;S uidy;- Pameron, of the Motel I    Tufls��?ay, 9 to 10,  KoLteuay, spent most of tho^eek/ ' lyeddle5C^y,.7 to 8,  ���at AVJfon., '   '  0?ae business at 'ther.post office  this year is-well up'with , that of  Jast year  .A.- S., Roberts,  of tho  firm   offtoTo  PIANO  LESSONS  O      v      1 ���     I  H. C. SALMON  tor a ten day's trip to the coast-'  , - There will be. another raffle  for  tarkeys at,the -Aloyie^ Hotel   this  oveniripr.   "       >  Mr-. E. O. Evans and children  Jeffc Sunday for Cobalt to join  Hr. Evans,  A. L. Mdntyre, principal of. the  ���   Moyie school, is  spending   Christmas in Nelson.  Miss Maud Bolen has returned  from Spokane and is again working in the pobtoffice.  Wm. Jewell and Felix Desaul-  mer, Mayie's woDd and coal kings,  were in Cranbrook Monday.  Coasting down the hills in  Movie is one of .the favorite pastimes for the young people.  Moyie's enterprising merchants  have their store windows artisti-  P-dly decorated for. tlie  holid tys.  Master William Attwood, who  has been attending, college'at  Calgary, is home to spend the  holidays with his parents  ^liss  Annie  Cock burn  properties'in. that-section  of the  state. '  -ft   i3   understood   from. those  T,.    ,.   -��� - claiming tp know that this   smel-  S^;!?40'     '     ' ''P^^iP^^^oUneJy  ',    /';     ' * '  r half-mi,,ion dollars  when-ihor-  Saturday 9 to 10. ���      oughly.equipped,according to the'  bunday. 9:30 p. ��. to 10:30 p. m.  pxtensive plans contemplated, and  Snnday skating, 2. to',5,'and  7 M bo one of the greatest in   ex  ��� ' istence.     -    ;. '.' ^'       ... .  I* P.      _ -Frt 1-PAu. 1_1_ I a Al   ^!nA     Ll       .     I       t   \1  Joseph's', Convent;  ; '       A XELSONtB. C. *'       '  <  hoarding and Day School conducted by Sisters of St. Jpsopb^Nelsoa,  B. C. Commercial 'and." bnsinvM  courses^ specialty. ErcoJIcnco arid  swift "progress c'liaracteiiize ca'oh clo-  partment.    Pareuts  should   wri '  ���particulars. 'One month  assures  thc  j public   '    the   IboroughncBs   of   Ihc  Sisters* methods" of, teaching-.   Tornw  commuioo January,  April  and'.Sept.  [ Pupils are admitted during.(cnn-     ',  Have you any Calgary properly for tf  of Cfawbrook  (Phone 203.-)     - -  t n  visits Aloyie -weekly.  Studio?atMrsvC;|bert'" ��� I  , P.OsESTiSoTOs"  "li  clo-     *>'      �����--' i , i '      '  :df East Ko:otena> Botthig  Off For New Zealand.  Graham Cruckshank will  spend  the  next'three  mouths  in   New-  Zealand.    Wednesday he left'for  the antipodes by way of 'Vancouver,     from    ' which     port     he  will sail next week.     Mr.  Cruckshank   has    been    foreman      of  the St.'Eugene .concentrator  for  almost a year.    While he is away  Ben Evans will be foreman of the  mill and A. G.  Monkhouse    will  take  Mr. Evan's'place   as    shift  boss.     ' ,  To Be Sold At -Cost.  .    ' b-      ���= ~d visors  mako a report.-favorable-to im'-  mediate action  el ties that he will sell aV cost.  V    ���'' X      - . -"       '   ,  imakeii spec^iky of ^Vos-  tal^.Photo ^vork:. ' "Prices 4  n>r 5Ucents;-or ^1:25 aWci.  .MISS''FLORA DB'AGON.  ���A   ...'    '       -���'..���' ' Cranbrook!   B. C'  i(  *��� .' '��� ." . .  - ���   ' -  0r'  *   ' ^unufactu^rsidf'all kinds.of carle]  ^  '-   'beverages,, Vo sparfa no expense t��  !>'��� 1 -r    our ggods,the.best,on. llicvinarket.  7    *\-.    x       *       *    4   '' ��� ������'    "  % '.*?*'.'.' ;T^ro 'are ',others/But!,'j  Fired The" Cook.  Ile.e is the latest foreign item:  lhe ..Lniveisity of Copenhagen  has fired its Cook.  VANCOUVER INVESTMENTS.  FOR SALE:-Mmtle folding  bed and mattress. Pace $12,  Apply at this office.  'A sprained ankle will usually  doable the injured person for  three or four weeks.t This is due  to lack of treatment. When  hi-n berlain's Liniment is applied  a cure may be   effected  ing Christmas wL Sr   and "��"   !m ^ *"* m��St  remark-  0. A. Foote. 1S> I a,ble Proi^rations in use.    Sold by  the Aloyie Drug and Stationery Co.  K\c:i if Christmas i.s ovc-r vhcn   vou   read tli is  *<- Y^ '* -^11 to come.      l.:,L.n   if -New Vw    ^  overw  cnyulaln���kof it, it ,,��� carrics   {Q    ^ai     s  10 iM\c v,il.ji 3-011 at anv   tine      t,   �����.   _  " -   ^  u.��.K -> w ��� hmA ;,ien yo��� IS, VX'te  ..1.yrcaSo���rlJilt!KiilJS)llolid;,v,]man. ^  Our .iKMl order service brings  the ,store   to".  one.    Itg.ve.syo.u theadvameges   of shoppi,,^  meet   ���l\S 1"        "��U"h ^t-.coimtry .and   city.  Si^ in��dCr;r -eth^-f  doing  busi-'ci  JA".sicacl.ed the Ing-hest state of .perfection.'*  :   .^you have notour  catalogt1C) send for one today..  ^ e have a few lots left  on  the  beautiful    Rowling   Road,   light  close to the If,ver  tioad  car  line  and commanding an unsurpassii g  view. "  THces $275 and .$300 each,  ^oi-ins y2o cash, balance $10 per  month. l  We can recommend these to  bnng good returns on the investment.  We have also a*number of good  lotsmLvnn Valley, North Vancouver, on the new car line. With  fche early construction of the  bridge across the Second Narrows  these lots will more than double  m value.  Price from 9250 up,   ���n   terms.  *2j cash and .$10 per month     '  THE     DO.MlXfOX  STOCK   &  BOND COJtPORATlOX OF VAN  COUVKR, LTD. V AJS"  Wincli JJIdg., (firound Floor)  Hastings St., \V.  Vancouver, IJ. 0  I'. O. Uox 1208.  With all its Festivities and hospitalities  If you intend to observe tlie dav rirf.'t    u, 1   ���        '  to   be careful  m' the selcclioM r,r ��� ��� ���  1CUl0a of >'0U1" lilies and'liquors.  Henry  C'CO. IC. ���j"rorev  Man.  DirccLcir  Mrks.. & .Sons, lk.  Vancouver, B. C,  Miscellaneous.  Nicely furnished room to let  suitable for two. .'Apply to W  Chamberlain, Campbell-street.   '  ^ Souvenir silk  handkerchiefs at  Hill s.,,  Nicely furnished  heated ��� rooms  to rent.    Mrs, Ben Brosseau.  ;, If you are  suffering   from   biliousness constipation, indigestion,  chronic headache, invest one  cent  m a postal card, send to'Chamber-  Iain-   Medioinc  Co., . JJes  Moines  Iowa, with your   name   and   ad'  dress  plainly   OI1   the  back,  and  they   will   forward .y0l,   a   free  sample 0f Chamberlain's  Sfcomicli  and Liver Tablets.     ft0],l   by  the  MoyioDrug aud .Stationery   Co  Get j-our siipply'fi-om mc and you will ahvavs  Insure of the Purity and Excellence (.HIk-  ]i(l"ors you offer your guests.  I liavc a large .stock and complete assortment oi  Scoich, Irish aud Canadian whiskies.  'r]ic   finest   stock  tver imported.  of   old   ports   and sherries  C%ary beer and   porter,   Lake's   rile,/;' Gniu-  'J,c.ss'stout :i,Kl';"Pabst beer. ���  $  ���<*&  1  Wnolesale Wine and Spirit Merchant.  OjRANBROQK, ;;B, C.  4  Phone


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