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Array /  '/'  ./  Do your eyes bother you?  Consult W., li, Wilson,  of    Cranbrook   aud  get  j ',' satisfaction.  S;up r..(,;!,_. },*,- purc-has-  in�� \oiir    ,  TIMEPIECE X.;oii;_  Wilson, the Jeweler.  VOL. 12 NO, 16.  - MOYIE,  B.  Co FRIDAY',  FKB,  18, I9T0.  m  ;&  <&  Our Special Cast Sales  have had a telling effect,on  the   business  conditions  of Moyie., '        ��� ,      \  Low cash prices have sold forcus iii the   last   six  daysT87, p&irs of Root's and shoes.  Low cash prices sold only four pairs ai thcregu-  ,lar('charge price. ->  ' '   ���     ' -" 'a  Low cash prices sell the  goods., ' Come in   and  get what you need before the special sale is over.'  l'OR QUALITY.  ft  9  ��  ��  Wi CARD AND^READINQ RfJOM  '   ������ '   ' is  very popular. - A ii ice place to <��� " ,  ���   ''   ���,   drop"into and spend1 v a few   mo-4 ,        "   .>,  ���   ��� -'   _'     meats, we' always   have 'a   nice ���  warm fire. ' ' ' "      \ ' '  E:   Q.   QW'YNNR  1  't ���* u.  r:  FISH  ^  Hockey Boys Return.  Bruised and crippled after 'a  week of ' strenuous playing,  Moyie's hockey boys came home  Tuesday tfrom Bossland, where  they were attending the winter  Carnival. In the seven days  away',they" played four games,  three at the carnival and one at  Nelson pn their wa> home.  On tho second day of. tho carnival Moyie defeated Rossland by  | a score of 7 to 0/ The first half  of tho game ended with a score  of three to one ia favor of Rossland.     The   second    half  'closed  with the score standing  six all   a tie'. Tt was agreed thao tlie tie  should be played oh" and in the  e.-cond five minutes Dimock, by a  good shot won the game,for  Moyie.  Thursday      Greenwood       and  Moyie played  in the open chal  ' ��2.A YKAR  i��������333����d��9������3-��'��-��3.'��a't-��34-��;-r  %',    GENERAL FLOAT        |  ?ie%��6���e'c6���e���-6��fe-ceeee���46��->-5��u  Crestou is to have a small debts  court.' '��� '"'  Strike at Butte.  Cranbrook's hotels (are full up  every night.  ArchbUhop   Doiitenwill-oia   revisiting" the coast,    "'���'  Next year'u   bonspiel  held at Cranbrook,  will   be  v Cranbrook will hold her annual  fair on September 23rd and 21th.  The   new  Edison   theatre  been opened in Revelstoke/  has  , Salmon  'tt   ,  '   ,   lib tins  ,    v ':.'l-2lb "(  Kippered Herring,  Lobster    '',      l-21b tin  Sardines, Norwegian  t.    'j'. '  Caiiadiau   ,  Acadia\Codfish 21b box ,  Codfish '   -'     ' 21b .block  t  IV'  ��� ,3'for 50c  '     2," 25c  per, tin .25c.  30c.''  3 for 50c.  3    " 25c.  ' ��    35c.  , �� 25c/  ,0     Get' tlie habit. -    Go to  CROWE BROS. & CO.  1H97��  INSURANCE: and MINING  and INVESTMENT BROKERS.  Head Office  CRANBROOK, B. O  Men's Shirts and Gloves  are the lines I find I have too mauy  of at this season. Will make substantial reductions to reduce stock.  J. W. FITCH  Ienge competition and the result  was a victory for .Greenwood, by  a score of -i to 1. No tallies were  made in the'first half, all scoring  being in the second. The <��� teams  were evenly matched and considerable rough .work was indulged  in. Kelley'of'Moyie^vas knocked  sonseless. Donohue of the sama  team was struck under, the eye  with a hockey stick aud Was put  out of bu3ine.S3 for a time. Dixon  also of Moyie had several 'teeth  knocked out by being struck with  'the puck and there were other  casualties which eloquently told  (.of the rough play. " '   ,  | , Friday- the open1 challenge  , hockey game between Nelson and  Moyie was evenly contested, first  one team was in the lead and  then the ."other. At thec call of  time both teams had scored six  goals, and , an-extra ten minutes  was.pl.ayed. during which Nelson  obtained the winning point,  ' At Nelson Monday night Moyie  played the Nelson team, and the  game ended in a tie of 5 to 5.  This is said to have been a splendid game���fast and clean.  At the carnival Nelson won the  championship of British Columbia, and Greenwood won the international championship.  Herewith is a list of the Moyie  players: narold Grady, Jack  Donohue, Harry Kelley, Al Keating, P. C.' McWba, "Scotty"  Dixon, It. Dimock, W. Sheiidan  and A." Mac-Kay.  W. Garland Poster is the mew  manager   of , the , Nelson    Daily  News. '     ''     ���   ���  '.   < ,  New Yorkwillverect a Phythian  home, co cost" upwards of $150;-  000. ,'.'"' '   '  The Waterworks company in  Oroville has declared a' dividend  of 10 per cent.  Jim Jeffries has closed his theatrical tour ' and has gone into  training at Sari Francisco.  E. Mallandaine and yife are  expected ��� back; from the old  country about the 20th<lnstannt. ���  W. H. Aldridge, managing director of the Consolidated' company, is on his way to Montreal.,  Rowland Machin, once a traveler for an English powder company, is now a prosperous rancher  in Alberta. \ .���   ,   '  There is a "mad dog scared in  Western Ontario, aud in ��� some  sections all dog's are required to  wear^muz/.les.   V  p  The strike situation in Butte  indicates prolonged suspension of  all big mines. J3y actual count  the squabble of 111 engineers  manning the big hoists with the  miners' union has caused OU00  men to, be forced into ��� idleness,  Tt is almost certain'��that within  five days the Amalgamated Cop-  pet; smelters at Great Falls and  Anaconda, employing about 5000,  men, will be forced to suspend.  A largo number of  men were  laid   oil at   both' plants.      The  smelting works' of Senator .Clark  in Butte, employing 500' men, will  shutdown.    Six of the big  mines  are operating but under, adverse  conditions, with engineers   work-i  split shifts.   The only , big mines  working in, Butte - are  the  Anaconda, ,St. Lawrence,    Mountain  Consolidated, Berkeley and Silver  Bow, employing about 900 men.   .  ��� The mine-owners  will  not permit new engineers  to  man    big  engines,, offers of second-class  engineers, affiliated with.the miners,  being used only to man pump3.'  ,  The trouble  is   one   purely   of  jurisdiction    between    the   engineers and the miners', union,   the  former     desiring ,to   pull   apart  from the Western Federation and  trying to  compel   the > companies  to recognize them.  Zz^Z-A ^iSi4'- si-''"'- j**~-4--.J  -��� -w f "*.-^-^��-*^..'>C-^f.^^  Only 17 boxes of'those choice       %  No. 1 Wagners and Ro=     .    %  man Beauties Apples ''���%  ,    left at $2.25.' ,f  Scud in 3'our orders at once as thev .    'Ai  .will  be all' sojd bv tomorrow nitrlit. .   /|V.  ?-. " ' '   %'  ^ A new lot of oranges to hand today. #:  f  ���     Juicy and sweet.   ' For tomorrow only    *  K*    i     f        ( i  'we will make a special'price ou these.  *       T   i ������ J '     ���  *��� i >' ^ j  1 Fresh Bananas and Celery  *  1    '   * ��� for'Sunday.'  MacEachern & Macdonald  On local Option.  The Private Secretary  ,   ^*-^   'j       *  , J. J. Atherton was in town  from Ceestbn yesterday arranging  for the production of "The Private Secretary" at Morley hall on  Friday evening, March -1th. The  play will be pub on by Creston's  Dramatic '- Club.      "The * Private  Hockey. Items.  Members of'the Local Option'  league of British Columbia have  waited on Premier McBride with  a request that the government introduce a bill at .the present session of the legislature to provide  for local option.     ,v    *  -���Premier McBride, in reply to  the remarks of the various speakers, stated Jtbat the government  had very fully considered the"  matter of local option, and it bad  been resolved not to   bring  down  the   lines  * Secretary"   is    a   farce  comedy,  ,���_n _.    ,     ,      .   ,   -  H. desBarres, formerly chief of *** is full of laughable situations, j ����T i?    , !��� 7  of police of Trail,  is now  a real Tue show comes  here under the |     �� ieeisIatlou alon��  auspices of the Moyie Fire Brigade. Tickets .will be 50 and  75 cents.  estate, timber aud mining   broker  iu Vancouver.  Uncle Saui won a victory-over'  John   Bull iasfc  Friday'night,at"  the rink when the sous of the two ,  nations1  came' *��� together. -   -Ben   -  Evans was goal for the-Americam   -  and Wm.  Reese  for the British.'.'5  Billy   Clilfe,    a ( Cauadian,    was '  referee. ,   ���  Last night, there was^another  game,'this time between the mill  and the rock house. The rock  house won by a score of 'G to 5.  After the game there was a, mile  dash between   Evans and   Reese,  There are two Pastuer institutes  �����o��� ."��r 3^LtlNew Cranbrook Firm.  only two resulting unfavorably.  SpzsSr. -rfi rf�� xirs��/ x/izjshL2Ai-&^-&L2?T-s->Ls��z^&z.j��z-siT jfaLrfr_rfz_rfi'jfii^r. rfz _v*s  ���^             MOYIE'S LEADING HOTEL. ��  ] Hotel Kootenay f  Tlie best of accommodations ' f  for  the Traveling  Public, ��  h                                                                                                ' i  ^        Largo and Commodious Sample Rooms.             Billiard Rooms. k  I                                              , |  |                   McTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors. ��  Don't forget to sec our new prints and ginghams.  We  are   now showing- a beautiful  range of. blouses sucl skirls for spring.  E.  A.   HILL. \  Locating   Near   Seattle.  Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Hill, of Seattle, were in Moyie for several  days, having come up to see .Mrs.  Manning Mrs. Kill's, mother, who  w.\s seriously ill. They left today  on the flyer for Seattle." A .$25,-  U00 hospital is iu course of erection at Iroudile, near Sjattle,  and Dr. Hill will bo the physiciau  iu charge when it is completed.    ,  For the last four years Vancouver's increase of population has  been at the rate of 1,000 a month.  It is not les3 than 110,000   today  Emil Johnson Killed.  I    Imperial Bank of Canada.  a -r!n-,i--.��'!'' .*..i.i r....-i *m nnn iinn on 5  James Rjbeits, secretary of the  Moyio miuer's union, received a  telegram Monday from Peter  Enoch at ITazelton statiug that  Etuil Johuson had been killed in a  mine near there on Friday, February the 11 th. Johnson lived  iu Moyio for several years and  worked at tho St.  Eugene.  Annual   Meeting   22nd.  The new C. P. R. boat for the  Arrow lakes will cost about S05,-  000. The machinery is being  built by the Poison Iron Works,  There are no licensed hotels in  province of Prince Edward's  Island., Anyone who cares to do  so can hang one his board and  keep hotel,  John Simpson, formerly principal of the Moyie school, but  more recently of the Boundary,  has gone east to visit his brother  iu Pennsylvania,'  drug firm of Beattie &  at Cranbrook.     The new firm  known    as  Tbe    Beattie-Murphy  Company  Limited.   The    officers-  are R. E. Beattie, president; F.   G.  Murphy,   secretary-treasurer;   W.  J. Atchison, Mis.  R.  E, - Beattie  and  Mrs.   D.  E.   Murphy,   shareholders.    This will make the business  larger   and    stronger    than |  ever, and it now stands as one  of  the   leading drug   firms  between  Wiunipeg and Vancouver.  suggested during the present ses- 20 laps of the rink being reckoned  sion. ,The premier informed the a mile. To this "Admiral" Evan*  deputation that   the government  came out with flying colors.  j Moyie has' several hotkey  teams, and a match cau be arranged any day on short notice.  They Moyie boys  aro  still   trying to arrange a game  with  son to be played here.  had brought down legislation  for  the better control  of  the liquor  ! traffic, and as the law  was  fcn   be    , very    strictly    administered,    he  A change has been made  iu" the  ^"S^- an<d hoP*d that it would  :uff firmof Beatti,*  Jfc   .lf/!M��,J���mucIlto.brin�� aboilfc   the  c����  Atchison \ ���,.,.  | ditious sought by the local option-  jists. He also stated that the  views of the deputation would be  by bim communicated to his colleagues, and they would receive  the most serious consideration  Ndl-  Kitchecer Iron Mines.  Says: "Am Feeling Fine."  Cooper Is Bankrupt.  Capital  Authorized���  Capital Paid TJp ���  Reserve- Fund-   $10,000,000.00   - 5,000,000.00  ........ -5.00,0.000.00  BRANCHES  IK BRITISH COLUMBIA-     ,  %       Cranbrook, Arrowhead, Golden. Kainloops, Michel,   New   Michel  g Ferine, Nelson, Revelstoke. Victoria, and Vancouver.  | Drafts and Money Orders sold avaible- .iii any ���  I part of the World  I Savings ..Bank .Depnrtnicnt..  p -,.'��� rnfcorcat allowed cm deposits  from   date  of deposit.  j^OYlE BRANCH.   ,..J.F;M    PIMKHAM,  Manager  . The regular annual meeting of  the Moyie Water Company wfll  be held next Tuesday afternoon,  February 22nd. The meeting  is called for 2 o'clock; J. A.  Harvey, tho president of the  company, will hot be here, and iu  his absenc3 A. P. Macdonald,  the vice president, will preside.  Engagement Is Announced,   j!  Ijaptaiivaiid'Mi*3. F. W. Roberts, of Vutiwniver, have announced tho.engi'Kcnient of. their  dauKhtcr, Miss -Mae Roberts, to  Kcimoth F. Oxloy of Kolowna.  Both parties vie well and  favor-  Tu Spokane the few Italian and  Austrian saloons give the police  more trouble than the balance of  the saloons combined. Au ordinance may bo passed to cancel  licences held by aliens.  Colfax, Wash., has a population  of 3,500 and the bank deposits  [show an average of $510 for every  man, woman and child in the  town. Colfax draws from a  strictly farming community and  has no manufacturing industries.  Vinter F. Cooper, the blind  phrenologist, has filed a petition  of bankruptcy with the district  court at Moscow, Idaho, and was  adjudged a bankrupt. His liabilities are $511 and his assets $720,  all of which are exempt. Mr.  Cooper has a farm near Coeur  d'Alene, Idaho, but spends mo3t  of his time traveling and Riving  lectures. He has been iu Moyie  upon several occasions, and has  many friends  here.  Tho editor of the Header has  received a post cird from F. E.  Simpson, who is at Avalon, Cat-  alina Island, California. Simpson  says "Am feeling fiue. Will go  back to Portland next week."  Mr.lSimpsonwiIl probably return  to Cranbrook within a short time  and go into the real estate business. His many friends in the  Kootenays will be pleased to  learn that ho is regaining ln.s  health so rapidly.  The iron mines at Kitchener,  some 30 miles west of Moyie, are  coming in for some fitvorable consideration just now. The 20  claims in the group were located  about twelve years ago by  "Chippy" Hill, aud a few years  later were sold to the C. P. If", foi'  $80,000. The claims have been  well developed, showing enormous ledges of hematite.  i.tm  FOR SALE���A No. 9 cook stove  almost now.   Apply ftt this office.  Grand Master Coming.  Xext Thursday evening,  runry 21th, the Masonic lodj  Moyio will receive an official vi-Jl  from Grand Master 11. N. Hid, c,f  Ladners.  F I-  J'Vh.  ,'  iii  FOR  machine.  SALE���Singer     *;t>\\iii^  Apply at tin.- cflici'.  That Big   Convention.  ' ����� ahlv known i" Moyie.  Dr. J. H. King, W. F. Gurd and  Al. A. Macdonald of Cranbrook  are in Montreal. They went east  as a delegation from the Cranbrook board of trade to confer  with Sir Thomas Shaughnessy regarding matters of local interest,  As a precaution against the  spread of disease germs, the New  York po&toflieo employes j have  begun delivering all postage  stamps face down on the counter.  Stamps when pushed accross the  counter with the adhesive side  down pick up germs which are  taken up by kue tougua when  tho mucilage is moistened for  affixing the stamp.  No more than twenty delegates  are to be chosen  by the .Conservative Association in each  riding,  in addition to  the   Conservatives  members of Parliament, to attend  the national   Convention   of the  Conservative party iu Ottawa  on  June 15 and  10.     This has  been  decided upon  by the  Committee  of   fifty which recently met at  the capitol to arrange for the convention.    Mr. R..L. Borden, leader  of. the opposition, has been  given  authority to invito   to   the   convention all Conservative ministers  of the Crown in the  various   provinces and such  other prominent  men  as    he'    might   think   best.  Delegates    will    bo    elected,   uot  later    than . March . 15th.--Lidy-  smith Chronicle.  OF  ladies Waists,  Underwear   and  AT  Ginghams  Wrapperettes  ��*--!  m  ml]  i   s-ii��  KNOCK DOWN PRICES  TO CLEAR  At the Daylight Store  ROBERTS & MESSINQER  ^.J  . K.f-r  '.,;.��������  7M  Si?  w j, p; ,'  1     1-9  .      "It  l-V'^7'  ,       l1"   '  T" 1  I ���*<_��*   rife  ��� s -  TTTE LEADED. MOYIE, TiTtTTISJT COLUMBIA.        J  TJIH MOIJE LEADER. i^,r.-;- ;,""r!,,:'  He   s-ivs  acLi\ i'.\ ,  I m  that  city.  th.'.t,  f iblished in Ihei.-iuritl oHhc |,coplP I people      :]]ihi.    rc-CO^'li/,'-'    that  of .viovic and ii.i>i Koutcnuy.      -j tills   condition   of    things    i*-'  -=  ephemeral, and   that  when   it'  Fads for Weak Women  F. J. SMYTH. l-V'-M-.U'i*  1    I. A TB    Ot'    f,'],s| ',1,11'lN  <9/itf rear   , .    .  .    A3.00  discontinues,   lhe   result   v. ill  be not,, dullness   but  absolute'  stagnation,       .generally,       oi[  pretty long-, continuance. '  wages, is   one  of   the  FFJ DAY," FEB.,   IS. 1010.  Moyie's hockey team   came  home a   little   disfigured,   but  Low  secrets of success, of the T. j  Eaton aud'other similar firms j  in the east thai are catcrhi" \  for Western trade. '  Yet ihcie'  Nine-tenths of all (he Mikness of women if. due to some derangement or din-  ease of the organs distinctly feminine. Such sickness can be cured���is cured  e\ery Jaj hy  Dr.-Pierce's Favorite Prescription  It Makes Weak Women Strong,  Sick Women Well.  It nets directly on the organs aiTected and is' nt the some time n general restorative tonic for tin*, wisule system. It cures female complaint right in tlie privacy  of home. It mak.es unnecessary the disa-Jieeahle questioning, exuminatiojis and  .ccsKt-.-catment so  universally insisted upon   by doctors,  and to abhorrent to  , every modest woman. ,  V'e shall not paiticularizc here as to the symptoms of  those peculiar nfieetions incident to women, but those  wantin-J full information as to their s\niptoms nnd  means of positi\e cure ure referred to the People's Common Sense Medical AeKiser���1008 pages, ne\*ly revised  ,and up-to-djte Edition, sent free on receipt of 31 one-  cent stamps to cover cojt'of- mailing onh: or, in cloth'  binding for 50 stamps. ,' ,      ',   A'jdreio Dr. I?, V. Pierce, BufWc*, N.Y.  I- O. O. F.  Hildey I.mlgo So. .ft.  Meets 'i UfS'lay evenings in McGregor  hull  on   Victoria  street.'   Sojourning  Od-J Fellows cordially invited.  Fiu:n Ecu:.     -        ,     F. J. Smyth,  Noble Grant!. Scc-r'y.  still iii the ring-.  are men who claim to be good %  -��$*-9^-3Sd-S995$ 54^3-S3-S9-?53>-^'-5 '  ''Mr. ' .Dooley reeoinincuds  "The Jungle" as a pa'reticu-  larly flue book to read during  Lent.  WORLD'S   DOINGS.  ��> "  aucl lovaJ union men   all   over * ,    *  the- west who arc sending east I    '  |  foi; their goods, even  to* their |    A d x[]y pap01'is boiuB P��bl��hed  .,    " i in Colville.  groceries.     The eastern hou.se  'Joe  Tasso  died   in   Victoria,    a  ��� jg-el.sj.he' cash  and  the home a short time ago'.   A* a maker, of  merchant   who ij? .ever, readv I ��igar3 he -to known all over 'the{*J^lSS FLORA DEACON  , " ! Dominion.             J          - '            '<itfT~^~~          ���  the!,.          '.  . ��   ht. Kiimni- l.(i<l|(v No, 37  l(^rA   K-��fP'  ���<i.'% sj,y]    ^JoQie cvtry Thursday  IihII nt S o'clock.   Vi��-  iting brothers invited.  K, D. S'jinso.v, E. A. Ifmr,  Chancellor Com."       K, It    <fc. ' S  POSTAL'   PHOTOS.  I make a  specialty   of Pos  tal' Photo  work.      Prices,   A"  for 50 cents, or,31.25 a dozen.  A knowledge ol mysic isn't to help   his   town    gets    the  necessary to   enable   a   pretty standoff,  woman'to play upon   a   man's  sympathies." ' "  ' .  Evidence of the progress   o,f  ;' cjvilation in'Japan   are  again  13 rto hand.     Two  officials  have  ' robbed1-the- government   <r of  $165,000.,-  doff Milliners.:  One real advantage'of  clos-  Women of Denver have started  a boycott against tho" millin��is.'  JVfr. Claude E. , Gi ifl\jy,- and' .Mrs.  ,Fdward 'L. Fi-entiss, two fof the  younger matrons in Denver  society hnvo announced that thc-V  I     An attempt is  being,made,, to  | form a uow.sfhte to bo called" Siskiyou,'out of Northern. California  and, Sjutheru Oregon.'   .  ,The Western  Canada  Bag,   En.-1  velo'pe &,Boxboard Oo. have.com-!  meuced  propauition  ou   the "side  for the erection of their extensive  plane a -Npw���Westminster.. - '  p  (> F. DESAULXlliR  i i i  Stillcirli Loclj^c, No.Jri5  A. 1'".   ��   A. SI.  llegulnr' meotings  on tho first  Wednesday   ( of    each  month.  Visiting rbrothern ^elotnir.  JisChnpman, W. Jil.      '  X.'W. iSurdott,' Secretary.'  OLIVER TYPE?  For Sale  ��� , For $125.00  Easy Pay^t  SMYTH.  MOYIE,    B.   C.  1'. O. ,J30X- 801  1'JiOxr,;,  Moyie   Miners'   Union! Sf '  Mr.     7 1    \M    C    ,.t 'KH   ' ,     W  | East Kootenav Butting e0  - Word lias  been- received  from  Sidney Xormau,"   editoi-    of  "the  .    PROMPT "'DELI VERY.    '  Q,ueeris; Ave. ', MOYIE  stand ready to start the 'bos-coti; ! - "    A       i     >>������  ��� '   -"  . f     , ,    "..Ye Inre  bean  imposed upon! ot't/r   P       T ^"f "^  ,"mg the post office ou   Sunday  1 mg  lenoush,".  the'   women  an- I ��?        ^   ^ lorm^y  edifc^'  ������������'���- "   ���     ' '        nounee, "and we are tired of paV  ^W*' ^    ^v'   is * ^^  ing $50 for a   hat  wo'once  could   1mUCa.^lVf. ln   teAQ   "ieK?"   , ���s,  bnv   fi,.   ��sin       Tt-   ��� u haPP��]y   .dispones    of ' the    story  ony  tor   ��>10.     Ifc  is   au   outrage  ���nlili��lipri   i,, * i,'���   \-      "  ,,.j ���, ..���        ,        . h   i puuiisneci .in the   \ ancouver   pa-  ana nmnp. aq nhcntvl   n&   �����,.   .,.,.~j-' ..',_.   r v .      -i^"-  is'1 that, it iDrevents your-receiving annoying bills for a  ivhole day: J '' (1  ���It   is   reported  that   Carrie ever' made.  -Nation has declined two offers      "7t i3 neai-i  and quite as absurd as  any  meat.  or  coal   trust  demand   that .was  or marriage within the past  ,mqnth. It'would1 have been  ��� well for her lo have' accepted  them both. Jt might be i^os-  sible for a couple of 'stalwart  allien lo hold-that hatchet quiet.  ng    summer,    any  way," said Mrs. Gi-iffdy, "and any  The Inland 'Herald, Spokane' s' new daily'^started ' ou t  i'n its first issue with 32 paees",  a circulation   of   15,000,   and  with over 130   coUims   of   ad7,  u^��� r   ���.'���!-    *i r-.  ,  ,  n   . ' . .-:      '     >>as Certainly Absent   Minded  vertising.     So ;l will  be 'seen  perd,that.Mi:riUca was blown to  pieces while operating1, a mine iu  Durango, Mexico.' ' ',-'      {  .-- -4--.-���J, ....��� tllJJ. The Kiogling Brothers.' domin-  womau with ' good-looking , hair (i"t in thVeircu-i arena, are'.re-  false or reA', looks well without! Ported in D.u-aboo, Wis., to have  a hat. ' v      -  "And '.hair!" c exclaimed Mrs.  Prentiss, , "why/, the Avaj ��� they  charge-us'for, hair1'is something  to marvel at. Bab'think of not  being able to get the simplest hat'  Tor leas than $25.' If, that Jsn'b ' a  holdup game, I'd' like to" .know  what it!" ��� a   *��� ,  "Tub men boycott paople "who  hold them up,"' put ia Mrs., Griffey. ",and why can't the   women?"  PIANO LESSORS  '   M. C. SALMON  ,' ' of Cranbrook  ���,,   (Phone 203.)"     . ' ,    ���  , ��   ,   '-  '   visits Moyie weekly.  ���Studio at Mrs. Gilbert ��� '  No. 71   VV, F, of'M  .Mt'cls in McGregor ball every  Salu'r-  (luy eveninc     Sojourning   mciiilicr��  tue cordiiillv invitotl lo attend.,  Albert Gill,' James Roberts  Prt-'bideht, 4 , ' ' ~ Secretary  Harvey,'   McOarter   &  ' Macdonald.  Barristers, Solicitors, Notnries, Etc  Cranbrook.   -   -    B.C.  W. F.GTJED, :  '      BAUItlSIEIl, KOL1CITOK, KToi  '���FV  ,,    Cnnbrook,-' B. C.  i'} ' ' /  n ,   ( f  .,'���'.      ,   -. >, ���  ..Manufacturers of all kind--; of carbo nalcd  beverages.    Wo spare uo ex'ponso.' lo liavo  'our goods tlio'best on the market"  i        ' > > j   ' l  i '< '      ' f' '     ' '  There are  others,  But!! ,.  ���  r--^^'^'^*"^*^^l?^-^.*C--^-^-c.$:^''5;-5'|  CR-VN-BJIOOK.  B. C  r^'V  St-' Joseph's  'Convent  *       ,  ,   NKl.Soft.B. C.   ',  xJoarding'and Day,School  conduct-   George H   Thompson,  DR. F. -B<* MILES, \  Cranbrook, B',  C.  thai   the    Spokesman-Review  dSaS; profit?-i'r^^'^  ^season M ^ So5o,000 ofe^ a^-' '����&?%  which represented the piofits of Uft Pro8rp-J,-ch.raolehi,e each de-  tho^u-num -fc L.uley show, aud parlhie.il.'-Parenls should write for  the b.ilauce the'  net  earuimzs  of        .-    i  * "   /-�� , <  ..    '   *  .Ifa.'   oc   [wrticulurs.,   One month-assures/the  piibhc' ' the thoroughness' \Ot the  Sitters' melhoils o( teaching. ^Terms  'commence Jnnunry, Apr.il and1 Sepi  Pupils are'admitted durinc (erm."      '  i* . ���      ,    .    r-   --'. -���  BAHnisTEii.1    Solicitor  aXOTAllY PUHUC, vtc. ''    '  CRANBROOK, .    British Coi.u.-viniA  mem* Uiiion  Witt do well at the1' beginning  of , the. year to  ��� pass^a resolution'as these three'people     ''  A  Canadian   farmer,  noted  for  lui-ts a very health}'competitor, jllia fll��SC4l-fc mindedness, went to   .,.         ' j town one da'y and traa.sacted   his  tm      ,i      "     ��� ��� ��� business  with   tlie   utmost   nt-pni  The doo-poisoner is g-ettmo  sinn      T7,    ,    .  ,   ucmo. jteci-  . , ^ -s-jSion.     lie   started   on    his    way  in his deadly   work   in   Cran-! home, however,   with ��� the   firm  brook.     Of course in all towns |convk'tion Ul*t bu ljad  forgotten  ���l,�� ^ i -ii , somethiog,   bub   what   ib   was   he  Iheie are dogs, aud then there could nob recall.     As  he nelred  tho Ilingliag Brothers" " sjiow.,  This yea'r the Adam Forepaugh-  Sells 'Brothers show will be ad-'  ded to the a'bove,' making the  record'circus combination in this  country,     p \ ���  Holds- an   Empire Record.  o  "\yhen Joseph Martin takes the  oath'as a-me-iiber of tho B.itish  rfou-;e of Gommous he will have  been a member of four British"  Parliaments. Probably no other  man in the Empire can boast of  that record.���J Crmilton Herald.  W. R. BEATTY : "  t Embalme.r and Undei taker,  Phone 9.,  ..CRANBROOK  ��   c  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  are dogs, but it is   a   safe   bet  that there was   some  justify  able reason for putting- a   ma  home the conviction increased,  aud three times he'stoppjd his  horse and went carefully thiough  his pocketbook in a vain endeavor'  Not Deceived.  jonty of those Cranbrook can-  Lo <-h*3cover what ho had forgot-  l-en. .   Jn   duo  course  lie   reached  ines out of the wav.  home,and was met by  bid   daugh  ter, who looked at him iu surprise,  aud exclaimed, "Why, father,'  where have you left mothej?"  Sober thinking- nieu now  realize that little was accomplished iu the discovery of the  north    pole    by    Commander    Pearv.     Il   has neither   mili-j    sweet Cliild:    "tt  Pa Was Strong-.  '���Xever in my life have I deceived my wifp/1  "Same here. Mine only Vve-  tends to believe the yarns 1  tell."  While it is often impossible to  prevent an accident, it is never  impossible to be prepared���it is J  not beyond any one's purse. Invest 23 cents in a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment and you are  prepared for sprains, bruises and  like injuries. Solcl by the Moyie  lih-ug & Stationery Go.  when; in  CRANBEOOK  T. T. McVntle.C.ET.V  ti. S.' ���     II. V., I'nrkor, C  kcVITTIE & PARKER,  ,   Phovi.vcial Laxd Suri,vi:yiJfo  P.AII.WAV   &   MINING    KNGlNr.KUTNO  Estimates Furnished.   l ���  OFJL'UCKS  Fort Steele' P. O'. Box 25.  Cranbrook P. O. Box II.  E. ir. S.1IAT.I., ainnaccr. '  Good rooms, good  tables and  bar  and first class sample rooms.  Nifty Spring  BUV   YOUR  gars  bacco's  '"���y,   pay   yon  t.try    or    naval    significance, I ,m--fc ,,Q 'i pretty strong man!"  and is absolutely of no   bene- |    l": "Rli,,I>'-co. my dear.   Why?"  m t��� lte 1-,,-tcd'suu., w c���i,���s;;x������^���t stuh-e?  C-i\ili/ut!on.       Pcm-y   slock   is ' Lhe "t!,e��'  "'fe'ht yon carried  the  verv much uu  the   wane     -,nd ! b,pci"st I,,ai1 ��r lUl>' "��an   he  evei  rigiaivso. ^nd;-'-vuith;utt;showi,,gitr  L--- �� ���-   TJi.'ic are no blank*, in   a box of  Xow it is learned dial  Mac-' K Ulul " L''^'lll"<-     'J'hcy all draw  ken/.ie   and   Mann   have    the  T "'* ,u\tiv0nw t,mt V"'���**]  uc     lnc   thooxone when .set on   lire.    It  is I  wv.ll kn-m-ii firm of J. J\  Mor. , ever a pleasure to   fullou   a   man |  ffaii -K: Co. as   financial   luck-   ^h" U b,llokinj? a K  "��d II cigar, j  Express and General Delivery Business. Livery and  Feed Stable.  F! WE NEW STOCK  of   the  nattiest, in Spring Suitings  from eastern and English  manufacturers ju?i received,  They are undoubtedly tlio  handsomest and ino.sl distinctive, fabrics that have  ivet been   offered   and   (hope  fiery  FBO-M  B. Stewart  have done.    T'hat before spending their mojicy elsewiics|  _ '   they will  examine aud enquire iiito the price of  ROCKERS  and   other lines of furnilure carried by the  CHANBROOK CO-0 PERATIVE STORES.  Stock Taking Season  will be here February J si, and for the next 30  days ��j ���  give  a very special price in all kinds of'ftiniiuirc,  Here is  a sample. ���  ���Bed, spring, mattress, dresser and stand  all for 324.50.  ���  Cranbrook   Co-Operative   -Ston  --_= &te&t  crs.  as   well   as  some   of   the  nio-,1 weillhy men in   the   old  country'.       Those   who    were  ' '''J" ono mul be eonvinced.  As in Trade.  ���For Sale  b'-.-vc Order�� at  CJw*, iinc'o Store.  WOOD   AND    C0ALl'v  who would   have   sviniethin�� I  .si'lcfl    in    a Suit for  spriuo-i  jshould     leave     their   order  early.    A fit guaranteed and  B.itisli CG.iimbia.iU a I'easonahlc price.  Thos. Summers  Cigars,   Tobacco.   Fruit  and  Confectionery.  TOYS,    NOT1U.WS   KTO.  South   Victoria   St.  'r^s^i*  As made by tho present brewer iVadniittcilly *  Best I'.eer in East Kootonay.   With the Best Val:|  jand the rurost .Spring A\'ater it is unexcellcJ (.<--  I�� |<nialil,y.    Insist on having .Moyio Beer.  IS nOTTl.KD AND DUAFT JiKKI  3  i��  ,' Moyie,  worn:ing   during   the    recent!    WAssL-taht: ' "How  do  you  campaign-about this   firm  UOf ' l,1'��"0"."C'6.'bi-.tterine:-'" '.  ���'.���  Singable to   carry  out   their IJ"^ "Tho ^ *?lk��� is  contract of building the Canadian Nprfhc-rV to,' the coast  .can now be at ease/  S^wi^NcS''  j ^essinff and Cleaning  Prices Right.  IllMADLMEI!     II1KI1,    l*<I1H.  lrfirgo nam pie room in connection  with house for commercial mc��. I5eal  of accommodation.  ircdcJip.inrlerK for   Coin's morcitil-and Mibiugiren/,     '  Qube^avk;.        ;   vAl'OYJ.I<VB..O..  O  u  MUELLER & HESSE,   PROPS.  A A'aiic  ,_,^���������/,���,,       ,     Copyrights &c.  icouvc-r  ">'.K1  *-; a note   of   warning  t-' n-,t  Bo you know that crdup can.be  pt-eventedV       Givo  Ohambei-hun'.s  i-ough   l.tjinedy   as   soon    as    tliH  child becomes hoarse or even after  ���        ' ,   j tho c,,n,Py; cough appciu,   and. it, V ^&&$$^^S��  ^���nik manager   will prevent   tlio   attaelc.       r'c   iJ ' ^'��"Vihi!l^4>< m^W^S?  n ! alr-0 a certain- cure for   croup .and i  ! I as never   b.-on    known   to   fail.'!  >';^-hl hy ihu ,m..,vj0   I>nig   it 'ata-j  ^./^^.VlM^-^^l-^  0 Cft 70  .Ji-t-u ;;i -that   c  Mmmk Jitmrkm.  r.'Hkly      T.,-.ri:,..-t   cir-  J..'U.-i:;il.     'j't',i.,,   j ,.���  ._  _  ." !kv;uM.    ..--,,Id  hy  fiSUNK 11 C0.S3!Sro^'��,y. S^CW Vnvh  jMerchnnt Tailor.  SEND| Y"OUlt    WOliK. TO TH]  v "K00TENA�� :���;-'.  ���'������ STEAM���'".'. :''���'���'������'���'  MOYIE,  B. C  p. F.'Jomvsrojv  lilt   IUIU  I Thiri Hotel is New and well Furnished' M  Tables are Supplied with the Best t}��|  Market affords. The Bar is Filled wit-1  the Best Brands of Liquors an'ti'-Cigaw  -8 ���    '  -,_ ,-      , ,        .    4i :w HEA-DQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  n-       i     ..,���������_ ��� | liiavo work with the    local at/ont 'S AND MlNlMr MPf  c.-^c���,.^^^       A, B,  STEWART;       'iMWfwmMtM^ewMWMM^^^  ]\'i;lsont  All White Labor. 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V;Xo rchlly co:iipcU*iit'..  ���    '   riZflU --AviM  ���ip'M'or'Clr ;, Jiiniiiy!,qf .hilli.li-t:.!!!!.'!* vvilhout .  ������'. -enirtt* !5|hvIjiIsiirojio-;.-*!'' snltcvl,; (o liis.���pro:-*i>e'i.-��lvt!,. vie-''  .fill's ,t(M.i!;���MMnH*nt,.*iiiiJ'coi:diliiiii *.vliivJi'' hclias ������uilik-  1 v'D.IiiHiy  l-*;n-lK*tl   lH*ru|-t*l>ai-,il.     liovv-Cs !, Art'.lliv'i-e  liiit  ���cleric.;  in ji,,,, ���,.,,.,(   nmij-s oilier. "ti.'Ik'ti, who ��� liiiiy-. tie  ��� . -.'lllllilo fl'i(.'||l!s U-lt.ll ,'IM'I "r,'lll'.HII,'<tilS<'iol!.siyr'(:llll.l|H-(l?  ;An* tlivu* ,���.( (.Vv,��� iliiiiH's! ics. who. I ii,Vu.^ii l.lii'.v; liv,;.  Ui'Iow.sljiirs. 'knou- mjl.'-hCf-vv'linl |r::n.s;',iri's' iiliovc'/'������  : .��� I l;non- ,-in tific.'iivi-ii,;. wilh llii.*' vvisdoni ofi!a> si.m--��� .  Jii'iil, ��� siihscrihi-M lo h ���.���.������iv.---:-���cil|,���.vii-i.' I.'iiri'.-iii. 'whh'.'i  f>''.:<ls him :i('vot!iil-s of all s;n:i!l :i,-<-l<M.*n;s or nciir no-  fii cms   nil hiu   his  i-;:<linssl'n,vi(!,(l, wilh  ihes-*   lio s  ��� fc.-Ulli's   foi-lh   vloiil.iiy   ;i|-iu,.il.     T!��'   .vJvujwf h:is   'hcoii   '  M'eUert  licfoi-i'liiuul.. . 'J-.lsr*  i-os*i,i!isil*l,',.L;ciil h'liinii   vvh'-i"  litis iilinost, li:Hl  sin iiiit.7:i.iul,ili. <-t.-iJi.--l(jii  l.hc* v\ t'i'I;..b,'-  J'liv liils h:u|  ���hu'iii,-|l:il.-iri|.v ol.' luim.-iii- .-i-iT:iIj-.s I'l'dULrlit.  ,.    J" ins i]u(jr ri'oni, so./<i -s|i��.-ik': l!u* u-o.rihv 'iiizc*!  wlio   .  '���).-. cyoii  slippoU. in  i|ii> siiovv iinil  f-hi'ii   his..ill   loo  ������        '-illll.'ill   jj^.sl,   SOIllCllliilJi   of,;   .shock      liMS   iH't'll   f'.-l;-('!]    In-.  I'lospw-is  ���f. (|U?.  (.d.nuil.  . 'J-lu.y .iii-c-   'irou-isliii;  suli-  ^cts for ihc, iiiililniil  H.wiii.  who |>rob;ii)Iv  rvap.s iu-  ��� ���...'' ���.!}...'.'* ���'i|'<|lhci- person vviih :i si-vflio. ,       '.  '  ^     J.lnlil-  vvliei-c your IVniiiiy-'vvoiiiil  Uavu It'o'en-if t'hiit  . ;-" i-.vm.-i-i   lw,,ln-t   imiiotl   .vojj   hii.-i;."'ooines   vvllh,v  i.il.h  lU-.-nniey   :>|   si!(-!i   :l  li-iif.    ..Sll(-;i,i.s   lilC  I'.'ililL* of  niciil'itti'ii iiifonnfiijini.    ,  Looks   Him   Over  Fast.  '   .   ..   .'"J'lieii'if I cmii," snid Hi!;- to nie.��� I look n limn over  Jjfforu I iiitcr-vTc-v hint,    i sii'neiir l.,ini ivheu lie cuts.  .V'lli  illi-euily   know    yon  eii.n, gel   ,���) >h^   line' oil   hiin,  Unit, w.-iy.    -j-i,,,,,  rnii-e.-Kly to send iiiy.tiain.O In."  ��� -^"l tlKMininnor of Oil* sendin^V  J lie incHivils. of ���.���iii'iiv.e,'.-'ii-...: us v.-irious .-is lhe men.  ���'lit hn.-kiny die  n.-iine of ii' friend-lo serve  r'oi1  iiirro-  ���hiclion die Crenlion of Cjnio.siiy /.-;' lhe meth.-d' most  ,     ���mx-'-Nsfnljy  oinployeil. ��� .  '"J'l'li lii'ln Iinil .Mr. \V. H I  "in, impressive vinpiuisis, n  '���Aiiinii!,- uj- mji-oitnesy  j-,'   .,..   .    ,  ,��tV'''^f^.'.^'*.*-'.i-v.'--^S?S ..  V&n��^K:H!>dfeii'e(V^^  V?1 V;V ^.' t;#-' S0;V!xV; ?V :�� Vfe^wv"4^ ^;:;* '^ ^ *���?'-"l^ ^ ^��:r-i V^!>'^f i^?.-^?^^*'^ '^^.J ^�� J^i^i l^l^ilMSfil  jpsi;!^'S|$^  ^irs-i^3.r.jvw'ft^  ..itp'&^fl^rc^ble;^  BsfeSliP^il^B.^1^^  l3;!sl#S|!sfs^|i^^l^  V'^$S1V$;^^^  Visiiy^y^^itiila^te.^      "   ' '''fiM^ricicillll  gP^^Vgh-K j  p|V*|;Sf4^3^J/*��,|^%^  s;,ffiws:i;|;|iV'Sg.;-^ce^  PIS|ISSliS|'pIl^fVJ;g^  '7mt:SiS'7s&7s7:}^  " '"'" sfi.VxP;V#Sl::tpV^ids  ^#"!^^w;^:;brpicpr^  V:;::A:VV>|:s:'*.,J,tkO';'piirc^  ;Shy'.;IinpJieiilioii.. i'T:h|* -siy:it;h:illi^ni;ly'tiirii' forth phiiif'  ���A;-!it,i*''|\'!?.ytvi)e.si(aitp��v-J^^ tiic>''\vl- tr.V  y. Tlowcyer,. Iii*  niity  lie <il;diii'i|i.��*'.oi; iliyroi���':ire':.-:.ofiiVp.:;  ':.:'W'^.''-?,l1!,.:.:*H^T<-!.!:.(.V^  i''Uit''in!tn--!>;,ir: youi-: lihsinosW-'iori'ii .^viioh you'iu-c^nii-.  rii.^hi-inK^ii^onKflet: ;;;VIoney;i:;iui^  thiids : t,h;.-.i ' yoiii-: ti-ne''ii^ent^ i-isesY.to- hi��',-.'ultiiaiitu :  ::iic(shr^-':;Viv'T.'..L^  '  s'Hrfe.ii on-TtIei-"HiUin:iU;ly ;p''i;*iin-il. .^rty Is n nnilteri  whiL-li.::\iK-;SjT-'iri'ilc-J-si.i.-. w.o'ntil ���'rit.*t,.;.->v:i.h:t ---.(ll��eilSise(i.->\-*itU'v'',  ���Illyhotly."- is :i 'piod.ruriosny :ivv;:ki'iuvr.- 'hndfiisii.-'.'ily.;  iili.dnion;je\v;saiiiiei-erV Ihoiii-h It, l:ilces:n .skilfulsmini . ,  ������AyaiiOcnfiil:Vfti-ft-S of thesprcstidi^iitatoiii-v ' Krpra  each  ono:.(ii''y,iii:ikb'f>\^r.i;o,-gro;>v; \ And..'rjpiitid tliuii- dovotcd-"  -li't'hils.tli4-^ briillaiicy. V;  ..'"Tricks V" said '.iiyfriciid'.; flic cotiihutiilc.'itive iii gent'.  ��� now..' ���: Xin-se; ,f he ;y oungj: ohos -.n'l.bhg. for'n few years;  and -.as .Uiey. ;.*jbt.-.;tiio ��� posltious: thVy'cari-yVtheiausur-  alicc.,- '$. always, vyo rlc;:'a; ilia n a Vfcyr'ycii rs; a head." It'  /t .. .  ...   .  , ,..      ...        .     .:, . . ,.. ;inay'takc njo ten years ..to'.get a.Tello'wf but'if I kooii"  ;yp,��;:;wil.adroitnesses. _n:icks,s::;We^ he donttnueaS "tots! " Keep n'mnir s tnrin '  ,1 ixitpan iin11:ro:;f that's.:what.youvhieaii, ihutafrijlniiin;s;Hli'""'" ":;      - ' ..-.-....,���, *....-. ,--,....  ...       ... .fa  were :,iv-wriier'syon' wotiidn-t~-cali"  :yoii:(-ii.iir���have htrh.^sigrriliijir,��� any: old fliliig.\ VVliv?  .;v,iJiroi)r|ctbrr;arid.;i;,w^  ''���������:;-not':haVe-:a;;t6^  :',-���' who .miiyj'hiiye^n^uuihb^  i.;.v^u.-yp;gpt;t^'set a'.niau;^  ',-'bought;' ^ ':,'v':'";...;:V'.s:: VvVv''.sVV.V.p,i'VV"V'V^V'v..VVV-,;''''^R  !'-; >An;aiigemcntsy':'h"|iyo( b^  '^cbpy,;6r'-eacU;ic:ort!ficatb"  ,:"it Is/publishcd;;hut tills.Is::'sIdT\-br;tiiaii tho .saitisuian V,'.'.  -i-iet!*od;;.aUliough:tclica,i)efc'u  s-I3tit i'V'theVrocp'm  ance.: person's;art;'the.: adjuster, mus:t;''not-GaVbtiiittvi[  "  -from :this, ron;of ^  re'preseht..- you^;as Aa-jaljist, the't'eompany ��� Viidjuster::, ��� V;  aSpnictinies ���he;Is.,a,;vbry: wil  -,"w'!!:V.eroi} yv-ait 'abont: Qre:.:stalions- seeking1 the:-crumbsJ4 '  :-P��v---??"'"^-;94-'^.s&!.9u:.''";.F.r9H'':.:M  ad'lress,pi'i;'the;;fir>ey.a^  ..(j'asli--. ai-.o'uiid--laiu|;;-gua^  others .to.getjthe fuHamou^  Uie adjuster max;<Ib mticli���-atfayperceiitage^ : j:   'v: . ;:";  ,';A-;caseoecurrcd; recently, howey^  call it.clovcrnes.?.','; He laugiied.  '������Vou ahn lo'got evei-yiiiiiiii^on ;Iiis\wc:il;. iK-iiit," lie :.  \v,eiu on'-q'. If, lie's ,iH*i-v6ii's;;y()ii show<: hi in- liow hescan  get his n*ohey;b:ick.\i;hcnever:;lic.,vrant-sJt.'i:lf4ie:s:got  M  ARMA^MEMATIEAWRPROBLEM^  0,1  PIGSi^,  about yotir dniuage,". he shrieked.'  ( (j N   I he  back   rocfii."  s:i i  ' - j7'i\Vf two children slnilyi  .alii  li:  .ll.ie liahl-lieaded' tiuin.  :' iiiiilnneiie..   ,They .'U-e.-;  , il.i'iiift .sums, in'iiniltipin'.'i'fi'.iii.    I.lniard (hnin'tlis-  .���.���.'.ini'tliijtf::.:i  iniiitite ago.-iiL'i.nit, sevc.n. limes nine.   .Their  chillier. |,.-ok i'jie I-.-u-k lo Die lirsl prohliviir in, nn:!tipii-  cnljoii   1, ri'iiietitber tr.v-lng io si,h-e.    '.,.������"      ". :���   ,,,''   ,  ���" "i' wit's'- very . Hille. I hen.     The  I'i'i.ne.-.was ; evening,  ���pretiy. stioii iifler slipper./ Inllie scene ;n  lirst . \v,.re  fiUher,,  inother''iiiid   I.'    l-nler.  just   .-iliont.   liedtiine;  came a .fiiiii'tli person, .a,, ni.-i n. I hiiilni'Ver seen. ' I'.nt.  father ami ni<-t!iei- know' hi in.-.  Thi'.v- .t-ii lleil -~]iiiii -/Cuii.'  I  ii.'ive no more idea  novy t'.i-.i'n, I  h.nl Ihi'nwho .".an  WHS,.   lie vv:'i,s,.I;!g. :v:id .reil wii!:-kerrd.    Ik'liiui a deep,  voice 'and  he shook  hands' w'lih n ;;:'i)' (liat  hurt.    I '  ilk!   nol   lii'.e  /an,  bin   my   i'allier ami   nioitier must  liave  I Jionghl   s-oinelliliig \,f hliii..   .Yiy',. f.alhox said:-^  "-liavi* v,:u, just eome lo lowu,"X.-iiiV  '  ���     '.''Z.-iii said lie h.-ul.        ' "',''-'  ��������������� 'Yi'h.v n: t slay al our liuu.si^.all. night?" stigges'ted,  my  iiioihci*..        ��� .'        ; ,'���  '���/an salii  lie would.' .'''���'  '      ���   ,'"  ".My inoilie:- ,'iuiule coflVe anil eyerybedy ticked.  T..i; and hy i; c.-iine .out. tii.-it Zan h.nl Jirougl.U liogs  to l,:\vn. .T!h'*,i-l; was i.-ne hog in��� pai-ili.-iilar Unit /.an  liked to. talk about. It��� welgheil I .loigei how ninny.  Ilili-dru! pi.liuds aiid /an exported li'.gel.-l don't know  how. inaiiy rents ii jiounil lor it. I'leseiill.y my .fat her  clni.eked ;n.v4 i-hin, and s.'iid:--  *---I'ore's scuiet.hiiig for you ( >'v.-o  -   ".-'I'lvenfy-fotir thoiisaiid, dnlm'i'-s,' saidj.;'    ���  ,',..'"To ihis day 1 can see 'tlie look of hopeful".lsTon'tel*-"  n:ent: that- irausMgured tlie fiicc.of' poor /aii, who, no  ke,  ���I'i'-^'tVl.^Tt'i'-il't.'^VV-lk'li-'^V-tvi'V'^^  : '':;���;-^   v, \ a''usi:fui:Vgifi>/   '.':,'0' ������'/.'-.  ���UK littlo "kindiiiig pcdler :iioist��t,,t'lio. li.?ri'vy bas-  1 ,froiii illio tail of lils lvagon and stagi.-or.eil tii>  the' Willi; to lhe basement, door, inakiugclii.'ndw;ty  with ditlic-liity ':i'guiii.*t thakeen, wlntl, pepiiei-cl With  .hail, .\fler In* li.-ul,. I.iken Ids burden into, tile l;llchen  he slaried out iigiiin. vvhi-u .Mrs. Ilrowf/'cililed hiin.  She held a Hi lie handle.' . s     ���-...���  ������Oh,'   /eke,"  slie s.-iid.    "Hole's n  Utile  Christmas'  reiiu'iiihr.-iiiec-fi'i-'y.-u." .'.     ���''���..'. .   ��� '-��� .   .. ;  '* ���'J'hi'mk you. ma'am."  "i t'sn real iiU-l* skirt. .��� It's.too'siniill for nic :iii(\ loo  big. for my diiiighlel'.'but it'ssti'll good. The I'olors In  thr'phild have i-.in t':get.l'.ei'-;s;oiue, Inif It's ipiilo hiiiiil-  i!iMid"d.  'It'll bo  r>nl  i'i'd  wishes lo see. hiin,  ���young man  Jf Ihis hog weighs -whatever mmiK'i- in' pounds it  iv:l,s-~aj:fl ijiin.gs���vylirttcver n'mnliei; of < <*uIs it vvns���  a -pound, 'how nincli inoiiey will /.an^'-i for it'.'-    -.  ��� ".My, nioihei-  had   less   f.iitlt   in' ia.i   ed;.v.:lional  ac-  i)uiie,;', ;',, ' ::���������:���  my, f.iihei'., ���     .  ���������lie liiii't  lign.'e Ilia:  ,;,;;.' ^!:-' said.  "  Ve.-i. ��� lie. e.-lii.'   .said'.-'iiiv  'fiili.'.'i'.     "vViiei-,.'s  slaleV - ���    ' '  ,  ������s,. ! got my wl-ile a::d p.etr-.i!; 1 :���>:'!  Ilia!  Ing 'weighed ami  i Iii' pW.-o ii I'  ligui-iii 'anil   I   figured.,   Oi-l-y   f*u'-  !:i  elu-il 'iil.d    niy 'OH I  lei;re.'     l-'aliiei; ai,,.l  solne. 'The botloin i> frayed, but'it ran be  The seams, are loose.' Out limy, can b'e sewed,  useful fi.r .vi;tir wife."  ������'J'hiiiik y<,i:; ma'am.    I :haven't any wife."  '���No'Wife?-,'   Well,  for your  sister,  then.".  "1 hiiven't i'.n.v sislei'." ������'.'���    ,.  "Your auiil 'oi- eoii'siu or .somebody." ���    "..  "1 h.iven't .-.uy." . ' ',v '-  ".\o vveiiien  relatives'?''  ���  "No ina'ani." . ���''.   \ ���  ���     .    . v w    \  "Well, them give it to somo friend who can ,i,5l, jt.  "I   h.r.en'l any.'''        .     .  '. doubt, ,-ha'd -nover, seen so.uiuch as twenty-foiir thou-'  SiiiuV cents at one rime.:        ,',-,   ,:  " s >   ."       './"'" -.'"'"' "'  ���-..���Tweiity-four thoil-������    Oli, I.brd!.';salil'lZan.-':  .,'���>'���'Why,'son,V'Siiltl my fntlioK    .   ,. .'.    ���.'���.",'.    '  ,  ���*',.!A\'Iia.t ilid 1 ,tell you V" s:iid my.motlier.  ,"I choked'buck a rising siiiflle iiiul gougcd'my eyes  .' ." fliat's the vyay if. Comes out,' said I. . i ,'  ���-���Try iigalh.'  tald   iny  fat lier. . 'There' inusr  be a -  little' niislako, soiiie.where. :, It couldn't bo, quite tlia'i-  mueii, you know.- ,������ ,-   , ...     ..'.".  -So.i tiled iigain. I nibbed out, figured sonic more  rubbed out and Uigured again, but ni,-)'-matter how I  twisted i hose -'pesky ilgvi res the 'answer 'was aiwuvs  the same���-twenty-four iliou.^.'ind dollars. ' s   '  " 'if only tiieni lis tiros, didn't lie,' said, /an'  fully.   - ��� ���   ��� '  "I cried outright then.    I  thought he  was cast I in:  some aspersion on niy -own��� Vcnu-iiy.--.    ���'������'-,..  ���'  ���������"���Never mind, son.- said my father."������yoiiVo'i 'll'lllo  shaver, yet.    Vou can't 'expect to get eve'rvtlilu" i-h-hr  off the reel.'   / ,    ,   ,.,'".���"���  1-'B',it  ��� pear   jaihe'r!-' Hon;   It. all  comes   bHck      t   d,nri:  l-iinw.what kind of sums those .voui|o>-t,.i-s i��� ||���,���  '  liguring on,  but  I'll 'bet ������  Imt .���,..,,l' | ;^  problem   im a   inodorn "Arithmetle   win,     ,  rt   interest  h:   it  as   that), problem' of j-j-ur ���  vvi.sr-  ������:'V?'!i  '���<���* 4<&;  ill  ��� .V.rotrvc  Iniil' ter- '. "iliitll.; i  riWe daiiiago;by'vyatcr.,Iiaveu-t,,you?",:;it was. doubt-..; - 'llllF--  'less  imfrirtnnate,:,but' the. tenant, hmV not..' The t wl i ���: jb|pi:'  i: bucket's;  had,;,failetl: ,to   penetrate, into-. thesoV lower"'' '^ ��lift  regions.'.;'���"���;���������;. ,,���.   ;._,,..v.,,/,.. ",'..'������   ..������-;'������'���"/:' ;.'. ���; ���'        .;.;    ;;^,;p|p-  Htit a small circumstauco of that sort vr'as-a feather'     Vf j}||  Jo our  Inventlye ;atljnstcr.,'. "Wet 'everything iii' tiki  place���wall-- and  everything,"  he  siild,  "and TSl-'seo'  'that you get insurance oil everything you've got."   N,>  sooner said 'than done.    The''tenant" labored iieruleai:./  andliiul npiiareiitly made a splendid job of it wlieii  t;Iio   InsuraiK-o .niitlioi-Ities  nrrlvod.', "Hut  where did  all  this, water come' from?"' said .'this  oilieia!,'���������liiysti-'  fied for.once.'   "I'-foin theilat above,:' said !he trWnt.'  stoutly;, but, 'alas.vwhcn tlie lus'nr.-uiee .repiv'seiitalivi'',-  looked  above  (he cellingwas   white' and'dry us mi-  iiit   liii'l  ���imm  room arc  .(iu-kle ;i  lunch ho  ^-'l.uuy i;  .tho. ail-,  the set-  :   I !.-i ;>.*;���  u  ill!.'  !     Veil   might   make   it   into   a   i.;iir   of  id  Jirs.   liro'.wu   dubiously.   "Uut  Uijl-o's,  h for  .,u.  Here il is,   /eke  uir  this res  lhe  le.-t.  il..  :.t.  an  i liekirg   of   (he   J  tborc  was i!e,-u!..s  slopla-d    la'kii',:;  throw ba  '    --'Weli  ,i, vvn ibe pounds  ���anil, ami l hen I  -  s,jiie.ikiug and  i-a.iil bre.-illiiiig  ma her and /an  i-!    I   'joI   jt.     I  my  liiad  said my,,!'-:  ������������Dear  ;rou.sv'i.s," .  no one lo.d  '���No ma'am." '     ���  "V\Y.'I, il's a  real nit'e Skirt.  ���     --'J'hanlc ,v on. nia'ii ni." ���     .  'The Mule'kimliing pcdler shutiled ilown file, wail;,  his .-si ,'i:!:.!'j."s-hunehrd agaiu.st (he sweep of I lie storin]  (oil in llie si reel 'ids .'���.���.���;���?,���'. gaunt, sliaip ribbed and'  p.-ill'i'iit, njooil u:;!i h'Vi.e-.yd hi.*;:d. Tho litllo pedior  looked at ihc animal a moment, then slowly uins.;:-.U  ihc skirl ami cieiuily tore it from hem'to wai'siimmi'  lie loss, il it ovor'.thc horse's back,'making it fn^t witli  siring.  -! 'l'.ii-i.'.,>t  Ijis scat.  ��� '   ,-        ��� :'   ���    POSSIBLY NOT. (     ' ��� 1-^.  ST a rei.'cnt ban'miet of the aluiimi of the Vii-inl'i  ..Milimry Instilutc, in New York, Harry St. (.;tsu-.'  i'lickci-. of Lexington,  Va., wiion.i the'gaiiaiu inei  touched    plaster   could    make   it.     "1-bc   le  , binitt.etl an  In'iporlaiit detail.     liut  itWas:i''  juster's  fault.  ,'������ \.',...'.. ���     ', .'';.'.  'Indeed,-tricks."of .the trade'are frequent a  tlemoiit   of  losses. ./The   gentleman   with   t  mill  profited  givatiy  when   his  able  adjiisler pointed  to   m.i:iy   reds   ofjiaper   which   were   uiikleueil   aa.l  ten  years old,   .'.'What's  that doing there  iiidign.-ini.'y.     lie   was   informed   that  it   was  "O.M.   is   it?"   siihl   he,   nuwiiufiug   it' ii)"-a   ia..*  ��� X   iho'lloor.    "Not at all; it's I;ov%.'."    Ain! s-., |r  ntl.v   was, lor the..''i>erson.insured ^m. :������'-���.:  ! i'::���'.'���  ten   per cent   v'viu..-ii  his  f.f, MP-1'  -''���li'- *mu  f ni-.."Mdq  l i'i!  .gallant' mun  of that State love to'call "(.lo'vci-iior" because he came,  within  liisiance  of. the   chair  shortly   before  hi  made   |  ���:).������  Ins:  a   bii   o  ,-.-1   ���.'.:  Btifll.V   I  m. Jennie." he said, as he uiountcd  ������;..!erry Christ,mis."  counted  Xhe .-  things a  wily sii;  some ba  noon  ot'  "I tell  thnsiasii  deii'wl vi  had it  vv:  "Vcs/:  "nnd   Ihel  eh?"  v.-;,.ieiit. of the .lame.siov.n Exposition, re-'  i slery Admiral Harrington (old to iiini,.'  imirai was Sho wing /President Koo.-eveit tlio  the Norfolk Navy.V-ird not marked hv patii-  s. v, hen Uiey eanie upon a view coinm'aiidiiig.  Me shijis lying'peacefully in. the hit,  in  Indian summer 'day.  yen, .Mr. President,-- said the Admiral Cii-  ally, "that if we had had all-of these won-  >,o;. .several   v o.-i'rs  ago   vve   would   Hot   h.ivo  in,  Jlttef-  V  vv i  ll .Spa  ���aid    lhe  tlieu   I  ��� I.  President,    lifting    tils    o  '.,'oll'd   iioi   h.iv e   been   !'  mst.-i,-I'i-,  per.   ,  w.ilei  'appar  'for  it���less.  of. course,   that  :i,-coni]i!is!ied ndjuster had so  well earned  Put  it  is not  alone in   tkLMlkrav  iusui-,|',.  that   lhe   htlle   lidroituesses   are 'practised.  humbler spheres-Ihey are'followed   too     K,i  it you  have.got good  friends who will  ...vi'ii   pay.a   pieiuitiui  or   two   vourself   if   v.-'  agent   until  your  commission   has  come  in'   :'  the   policy  unconscionably .lapse's.     "-|K,  )/������  ���child can  be insured until  p  be a  vear old  iv  many  ,,.   lhe  humbler  agents   to   the   <loor  i  lust day oi die second birl'hdav. i.-,���. p,<.,..|  lleinen. high or !,.v.-, neglocl no."bets or p'./j ',,���,  Tricks <d the trade, .-ill very terrih!,, ,���, ,],  seems most unfair to pillorv fhus'ihe v ,������  .Insurance, man. but he is ,,,.��� n���. ,/���,,. ,���,//,  sesses.,,,s si,,,,)/ a.iroi; mvises.: Have v',,u ,,', i  yiuir own.' 1 vyoiider. I  tlicm.  isla-,1  1   p.i-  '"I- ii"  should  like i,j  ni,:.  f-  ~ ~      .'**Eat ���;���*��  .,.'* ."#���  " i W' i-  ���fe  A1} -  '-���������� .��,-.; "  i^t-^i .-.mi-  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH: COLUMBIA.,  ���^='iS-���-'S-?'S-���'e55535-5  $-5 5-S.vS 53-55$  *l  * i  W i  \!/ i  LOCAL, ASSAYS  ���To]in Boyd is in Vancouver. '  Jock IVowu i.-, in Oj-anbrook        [  -"Miners' Union meets   tomorrow'  liigh't. , ,     '        !  , W. D. Hill was   up  from   Ci'au-'  '    brook f>ui.tl.iy. ' I  Oanstablij Dinsmore was several ' _���_1_  '    days at Kelson.  Greenhouse , lettuce and celeiy  PC, arriving daily at Crowe Bros.  , Miss Dudley of Fernie is up on  ft *.isit with Mr. and Mrs. V>. E.  Taylor.  Mike Bonner of   the   Interna -  tional   hotOl    was 'iii'  Cranbrook  , Monday.  C. K. Vroman, representing A.  L. McDermot of Cranbrook, was  iu town Monday.'  Walter Laing, is considering ,a  proposition to open a barber .shop  at Lethbridgo.  ,   There was only affair nttend-  , tendance at the Hockey club   ball  Monday night.  . , ', <  C. ,-A. Poote, the tailor, was  down to Pineher dtuiog the wot'k  to vJsit his pnrents.  The sociaj at  the" Piosbyterian j  obureh-Monday evening   ptovod  t; b j a Very pleasant affair.   ���  Jack Cavanaugh won the fancy  quilt that,''was raffled . at the  Moyie Hotel Monday eveniug.     "  For that COUGH that COLD and that SORE THROAT  VOU   SHQtHD   TAKE  r. Scott's Compound Symp of White Pine  .   WITH ENCALYPTOL AND HO^EY,  It immediately relieves all :nf.r��mma��iou of  tbe   throat    .  ^ttd lungs.    Put np for children as well' as   adults   bv  The MOYIE DEUG & STATIONERY CO^  At the Churches.  LIQUOR LICI3NCE   NOTICE  '   CA-rnor.io   cuui'yu.  There will bo   no   service   tomorrow.  METHODIST   CJIt'llo��  Morning service at 11 a. m.  day School, 8 p. m.'   livening ser  vice, 7:30  p.  m.     A   hearty   welcome  extended   to all.  ' lie v. J. W. MILLEK, B. A.  - ��� .   '' (Pastor.)  Take notice that I intend to  iapply to the Superintendent of  1 Provincial Po-ioi, after thirty I  |days from the fust appeiranco of i  j this notice, tor a renewal of ray  j licence to sell iutoxiciting liqu-  Sun-j��,s "udor the provisions ot the  statutes'in that behalf, in the  premises described as the Moyie  Hotel, Moyie, B. C- ,    '  PHIL.TP R JQUXSTOX  .Dated this 2Sth day of January,  A. 1\ l&io:     , "     o'  PHnaiiyruniAX   cnuncn. '  ' Morning Service 11 a, m. Sunday school and Bible class at 2:30  p.m. .Evening Service at "fdo p.  m. A hearty welcome to all.  P.BV. G. A. IIAOKNEY, B. A.  '     (Pastor:)  Second lather 'Burfeank.  A second Luther Burbank ' has  been discoved in the person of a  life convict in the,penal institute  at Stillwater,  Minn.'   A "member  , LIQIJQR LICENCE   NOTICE  W. T.,' MacFarla.no; V the Co-   % f'111,���'  ^ua;'   A "member  perative scores, Cranbrook'. is iu TT th�� Bft-cd��'n  board.�� wa3 one' of  Operative scores, Cranbrook', is iu  town today. ��� '  ���   "Angus D^vig, superintendent of  , pf  the Eureka  mine  at S.indou,  spent-Sunday in Moyie.  Get  the habit. ' Go  to   Crqwe  , Bros.' ,'      '   '  the guests at a 'recent dinner  given by, the warden, and commented'on ati immense lemon  weighing', threo pounds. ' The  'guests were much exited when  they learned that the creator of  the, monster lemon was a convict;  and  Take notir-o  that' I   intend   to  ,'apply to  the'Superintendent'  of  Provincial    Police, - after ' thirty  days from the first appearance of  this"notice for a. renewal  of my  licence,.to   sell intoxicating, liquors, under the provisions   of   the,  statutes  in   that   behalf, in  the  premises'described as the ( Cosmopolitan .Hotel, Moyie, B. C.  n       , ALEX. CAMPBELL''  Da,ted this 2Sth day of January,  A. D.'liUQ. ' ���   ���  ���     '  LIQUOR LICENCE   NOTICE.  Oeorcp rinrl^o,. l,.-'    ���.        j j.    ?"u   "R*cev   dinner    accompanied  v-'eoige Clothier has returned to  their- hr,at   ��� +���'   *i ~   "' ,  British'.Columbia,  and   was  seen ,?      t0.  the r �����enhonse,  at Rossland during the ca^n vaP     ^-T *h18.��?n1web ���3 Sl���oned  B  ,      ,        "''      and  explained to them  that    he  "Angel'Face,"  the mascot  for  had' grafted a tropical lemon'and  the;M.oyie hockey  team,  made  a  grapefruit and thus produced  the  safe  trip ,to Rjsslahd and  back   object 'of, their 'admiration.    He  with the team.  M. A'. Bealo, of  the  real  estate  find 'insurance, firm of   Bealo   &  , El well,  Cranbrook,  was in to,wu  last Saturday.    >      ���'        ���  .-r The Iv; and II cigar has jumped  into prominence througtpthe excellent .flavor of > the tob��acco "out  pf whicli it is zurtde'.  A full assortment" of Kootenay  Jams just received at Crowe Bros  Mrs, Manning's many friends  in Moyie will be pleased to learn  that she is making "rapid recovery  from her recent severe illness.  also showed them other graftings  producing rare fruits and''flowers.  His roses for, years hive captured  first honors. * His real name is'  Charles Price, and he was sent up  for life for killing a man with a  pick. .. A movement for his, pardon h^s been started.   - .' *  Doave Breckenridge- Dead. ���  David Breckenridge, foreman in  charge for the Crow's Nest Lumber company at'Wardner, and a  brother of John Breckenridge, the  prominent railway contractor,  died Sunday af cernoon under par-      ticulary    distressing   circumstan-  of Rithwcll hospital, Winnipeg, ces.' It appears that on Saturday  is: ready for on tjagements of any he became suddenly ill at one of  kind.      Maternity    a     specialty,   the company's camps,  about  two  ,Alo-yiQ- ' Adv.     '   Take notice that we intend to  apply to ��� the Superintendent of  Provincial 'Police after thirty  days from the first publication' of  this notice for a renewal of our  licence to sell intoxicating liquors  by retail in the premises' known  as the ' International hotel in  Moyie. ,      ,   ���    ��' '  TAYLOR & CONNER '  Dated this 28th day of January,  A. D. 1910.   " ' ���      ���  Miss L. M. Scott,   trained nur  t'se*  LIQUOR LIDENCE  NOTICE  Take notice "that -1, intend to  apply to' the''Superintendent of  Provincial Police after thirty  days from .the'first publication of  this notice for, a renewal -oi, my  licence to sell intoxicating liquors  by retail in the premises known  as'the Central Hotel in' Moyie. r  '      ' VICTOR   DESAULNIER  Dated this 2Sth, day of January,  A. D. 1910.  DRESSMAKING and plain sew-',  ing.    Apply to M rS J. ��. Wilson,  The Royal Seal r-igai has been  bsfot-o the'smoking public for a  do/.on years. TA is made iu Nelson  and cm bo bought in nearly  yvery mountain town.  ,   HOLLY  LEAF    '���>  Choice   Dairy    Butter,  SOcper lb.  On account of the heavy fall   of  s-iiow, wliich spoiled   the "rink for  tlie   cl.iy,    thero was  no  hockoy  game last Sunday  between   the  Xoyie aud Cranbrook team-;.  A man named Anthony nickey  died at Nelnon last week. It is,  presumed he is the same Anthony  Uickey who was sent from hero  l.i--t fall with Peter Creenie to  servo a short sentence for thefc.  There was no school in the  junior room of tho Moyie school  fur part of the week on account  of tbe illness of Mi^ Ry<JP1-, the  teacher. However, she :, now re-  c A-ering and thero will probably  ba -..���hoo] again .Monday.  miles below Port Steele.     Sunday  morning   Mrs.  Breckenridge  and    Arthur Lund   proceeded  to  takel^  him with tho fastest  team  avail-   rry   our  cli��PPe(i beef for th  able to the St. Eugene hospital at chickens,     a ' guaranteed   efr  Cranbrook,    his    .condition  then ' too  being so gravely critical that  the | Producer-  necessity    of  an   operation   had  gro^u imperative.   While ascend  i  iug the long hill noar Fort Steele  ho suddenly died in his wife's  arni3. The afflictod lady is said  not to have known that death  had occurred until within a mile  or two of Cranbrook.  P BURNS ���'& CO H  .MOYIE, B.  C.  May Repeat  Minstrel   Show.  There is talk of again putting  ou the minstrel show which, the  memburs of the hockey club gave  on Pebru iy 1th. The show took  well, and the boys have been requested to repeat itv  Change  Meeling   Night.  ^t.   K.gene  Lodge  TCiigJits   of   IMTERN ATTOM A T  Pythia, next week will hold their ' ^ A 11UJN AL  Dr. H. E.   HALL  DENTIST  The Expert Crown and  Bridge  Worker.  Office over Mr.  Wall       Paper  Armstrong Ave.,  Short's  Store  Cranbrook  ���iii,��� .n. .. * J <"��i hu.vl wcck wil   liolu  theii'  e Con. ervatn-e meeting  held  meeting on Wednesday night in    WOTST  .'tth,^idorofTi,e Monday night  stead of  Thursday  night     Tl,   e P1^^  was well i-piirosnntorl 1-i.r ,��n~i..._.  '   ,"kul'-     -^nere  was well represented by members  of the party. Resolutions were  prs=ed a-klag tin-government for  an appropriation for the streets  and for additional school aceom-  nioihitioni.  Singer Sewing .Macliinos co*,t  very little more than, cheap machines. Do the best work and  last.a life time, Sold on small  monthly .payments by Oeo. B.  Lowell, Cranbrook. In Moyie ou  30th of eachnjailu  will be work  on in  the  first  degree  An attack of tho  grip  jd   often  f.il.'owed   by   a ,pei-M-:teiit  cough.  v.-iii..-!. to  m my  'proves   a    great  tuinoyauc-e. ��� Chamberlain's' Cough  iL'invdy lias been extensively used  Tf trruMed with indigesLion,  cDnsti|.)atiou,-no appetite or feel  billions, give Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets a trial  and you \si!l be pleased with 4he  result. These tablets invigorate  the stomach and liver and streag.  then tlie digestion. Sold by the  Moyie Drug ,t Stationery Co.  Afew minutes d-lay in treating-  -some cases of Croup, even the  length of time it takes to go, for a  doctor often proves dangerous.  The safes-ii way is to  keep   Chara-  _ ( berlaiu's  Cough   Remedy   in   the  wirh-gond sik'ccw for tho'relief I house, at   the   first  indication   if  ,1- J'ffve' h^ ,Zt kft^an"   T? ^^ ^ * ^ I^9-  other remedies ii.'t.l   1'iiJed       S >l 1 ''" ;L>   'l"'1   alway��   <������a.  lO' tho Mjyje D,.,,g  &' Stationery j'Sold by fclje  Woj,ie-  Dri,g   lt' ii'^-  H0'        ' ' ' * j tionury Co.  This hotel is now under new  management, and is first class  in every respect  TAYLOR,   &   BONNER  rnorniETORs.  Victoria Street. MOYIE  L,  ,���.'''  The Best To>vn in the  Best Province of Canada.  Invest in Moyie.  Invest In Moyie.  in     ���     i ' \ "  Lots and Property in the  Section of the town for sale,  Invest  in  Fire Insurance  Collections  ecretary   �����* *���  MORLEY' HALL  March 4th.  Asrent  for  >e writer.  m  NaaBBaapg^Ba^u^^

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