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The Moyie Leader Feb 24, 1911

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 (4  \$\  P -    M/\3 1   1  WCTORIA,  "W"<fcV  --��*'  G-  '/  t? Oar *  WATCH  BEPAIRIMG   .  satisfies t^^eXaCtlnfl-  *  Wilson, the Jeweler.        <  $    If you want to sc'e and read with  <: cbmfort get a pair of  WILSON'S GLASSES ', %  yV. H. Wilson, jeweler, optician.-,  CRAN   B   R   0  0   K|  * ,-*  MOYIE, B: C,   FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24,1911.  ��2 A YEAR  WATCHES BY MAIL  /���   a," , ;     '  ." nCCd a watch'that is thoroughly reliable, and you are  If y��U our list of "customers, write for our catalogue at once.  ����l 0" flic in the highest grade American and Swiss _ watches.  n'? tr .ich movements are tested, and, proved,  thus ' assuring  r bilitv and  satisfaction/,    We4sell at right prices, cand  der'careful service. 'Send for- oiir catalogue now. -   /  |'.      GENERAL FLOAT      , J  *���*c���*ce���*6����ee6:*��fe���������66ee-��5a3li:  Ottawa   has  opidomic  a   typhoid   fever  rcu  Henry Birks & Sons, Limited,  |Jfl,e���ry mail ordcri.oust-. -., ;';" V too. E. Trorcy.'Min. Di'r]  '      ,'"- -V TANCO^V^ B.' C.'- .   '���..;.-     /  Sk^tihjM/asVNeyer Better..  ",   - We 'carry >a line of Skates,Hockey  ,     ', .Stifcks;*'Pucks;>nkle-Supports,  *     '>,  ' ' w-~ TTSkate Straps. ��;   , .,'  ,.'    ,/   ,"���*   K.,''  i & Ji  .H5.,'~C3r>  Chi*>f Wand of. tho Cranbrook  fire department has, resigned. tj,_  /London's    Hebrew   population  numbers about 11)0,000.        '*       '  There will be��a big masquerade  ball at Crestou on March  17th.  JB��TAIll.IdHi'l>  head Office  /..INSURANCE   and,MINING, f''  \  and.INVESTMENT BROKERS.    -  T  -.'"'',   *,�� "   ' cranbrook;'.b.  ' Judge.Ben Lindsey,Fays women  are just fifty times'as'honest as  men. , ���       -���>.��� <  f   ''   '     A���   -\  The largest rug in tho -world is  said to be hiiC, Masonic lodge in  Manhattan.  ������ ,,  * '  The nii&mobileV-industry' provide s ' a ,livlihood( "for 1,000,000  persona.'        -  *  - >��� - '' *  "   '  > ,, O    '    ti i < ,  The work of the provincial legislature at Victoria will probably  be completed about'next Wednesday: ��� . .   . / ��� -A\ J   '-    ���    .  The ministers who preached'to  the late King George had a' limit  placed, oil them, of .10 minutes.  King,, George)-' however, -likes  longer sermons!   .     a    , ,..  Andy Ostfoni Killed  Yesterday- 'afternoon death  came, to the relief of Andrew  Ostrom, who was blasted at ' the  St.' Eugene mine last .Monday  morning shortly after going' on  shift. Taking' into.consideration  the seriousness of, his 'injuries it  \vas a , puzzle to his attending  physicians how he lived as long  .after the accident ai he did. ��� His  skull was badly "'fractured, both'  evf.3 were blown out and hi-? right  -S      i     ���    "    /'JMOY��E'3*. LEADING    HOTEL.       ,-, '   \   ,   ,*'  S>  If  '' ':-' Hj\U'-The.lj'eat'of-accommodations .V!,;   '��  ' ���    . -A^SiS 'J-forl' tne-Traveling' Puplic: 1JC J.. *./;jj  ���-   * .: r rll*-,.  "v "-;',   '." -  . - - ���'���.���-��� -a i  fA,��^dldonm-d��0���� Sun^le Wna.'.''^ ^ Billiard Boomj'.^  ���  ;.������-.,:-' a- .,.**   -'   ^ -. ��� *��� ",   t  "McTAYlSH & CAMERON Proprietors.    k, |  .There is an agitatiou.ou fopt at  Crestou tohave a local physician  appointed to look' after the -Indians on the reservation ' near  th'eie.' ~        ' ���' ,   ' ,    ���,  arm'was io^shattered thac4it was  necessary   to amputate'it.    ,Os-  from    had    been' -.working  'only  about an hour Monday whe%�� the  accident happened. ^ lie waa  preparing'to soo'np,hi6'Kffichiuo  and  was   picking ''^way, *-bme   loose  rock when ,'lje���struckVthe 'powder.'  lie was    blown   back, about   six  feet'and 'jtlien,    fell,  down   two  floors, probably a ^distance of 20  feet.'   He was taketf.to'  Dr.,   Coffin's oillce where'"eyofy'thing  pos-'  siLle was'donerfoc; him,"and' the"  doctor'"accolnpaljied,',.him to  the  St. Eugene hosrpita'l afct Graiibroolc  on thtj afternoon "train.;  *  .     -    J  'Odtrom was about'25   years of  age.   , Jte  wast. of* steady habits  and was well   liked; by   iUl 'who  knew'him. .He was a naember  of  the Mpyi8 Miners'  Uaion   and  of  tlie Scandinavian1, Aid   and  .Fel;  lowship*. Rjciety.   , Ha'Uias   two  brothers'" living,   in    '^liilnesoca.  .These . have   been' rco'mmunicated  -witli, and   the   fuueral   will   not  ti seee e-sss 5^^5 55^=5 s ***33-5^'J'  |        LOCAL ASSAYS  il 559^5,55^ 555:$ 53.333 *33-si^->3m  the  Ed Taylor left Sunday for  Sheep Creek district.  Philip   Conrad    was   in   Cran  brook Wednesday., '    "  11.   Campbell'  was,r'transactiug  business in Cranbrook Monday."  <     t '  Rev G. A. Hackney and w.ife,  returned to Moyie Wedhehday.'  r  Don't forget the   St.  .Patrick's  Day concert on March 17 th.  t t.        i  For P.ent-���T*vo room House,  furnished, $5 a month. "Apnly to  Mrs. K. K. Wallace.  Mr?. Brosteau was qmloserions*  Iy ill during the first of the week,  but is now, convalescent.',"  1 C. II. McDougall and John Cannon wete over to Trail Monday attending the'"Aldridge b.xnrpiet,'  5- ...*...''..  1 ,  Tom .Summers, received   ^yor.cl  last Tuesday of the ,de ith  of  his  sister at her noma'in Nova Scotia.  Mrs. Allen Bottomley and two  sons arrived in -^loyie yesterday  from-^Dgland. '  ,rThe Allen Pi-iycrs will be at'the  'Cranbrook op'e'fa house next 'Monday, Februiuy 27^13..,   '<    '  Harry 'Gamble, * superintendent  at the, Sullivan, was' down U>  Moyie the first of the week.  'Tom Summer?, .merchant of  K'imberley. was in Moyie Tuesday.  Biissinftsn in Kimberley*he sjys is  very good.      ^     ���  ^     t '      \  James  Roberts  returned  home  A Few Good  Things      |  '-   '.'3-  Wagstafi's Marmalade,  .   71b tin  ..$1.25  Cliiver's jMarmalade,  Bottle  30c  Kootenay Jam, '  Bottle,  1        ^  30c  Red Cro.:s Sweet Pickles,   ;  Pollle  35c  Spanish Queen Olives,      '   ,  Bottle  30c  '"     Get the Habit.  Co to  a  '-?$'  1 , ,_...., s  I.-  ,, ��� ' '     ' when  ;'V  \. .Stanfield^s'Underwear" *���  is appreciated, being "all ' wool,'   well* sHrunk  .   ",       well mads; and very.-warrn.^       ,   .^  ��� .''Full Line of 'Boy's Suits, etc/"'.  '������ '��� '  ' '-    ���  Prices'.-Right  .   >���   ",."     ,   .:, r.     ,.   i,    /      .   .with, and   the   fuueral   win   not  ,   ja,5.^s  Roberts  returned  home  The   printing ' plant;   and  .the  t-ake piace'unt,Ll Cthey*'-arc   heard Jyesterday from Lothbi'Idg.,1 wliere  goodj'wiitdf the Spokane  Inland :f-o^n_     -^ jj *       ���    ne WlS afct9udill-g the  convention  Herald-was bought,in- at  auction,]   ���-.     (      ,,,.      -_     ,-,    ..- nf thP. tlnited MiiieWoikers. *-   "  Putting Up. Ice  MOYIE   BEER  As ,���ado by ^'present brewer is admittedly tho B��t ��� ^ East  Kootenay.    With the Best Malt and   ho Purest Spung ^ ater  unexcelled for ..uality. .Iuslst on havmg Moyie Beer.  , BOTTLED    ASD    l'��A��   ��EbU  MOYIE  BREWING CO.  MTTELL^ & =ESSE3k|>^I|;>  33. G.  The Cranbrook Co-operative Stores.  h Mfertog Very Attractive PricM On All.Their  Cloth Upholstered Furniture  \ l  ! 25 per  discount will be given off everypiece for the next month  . Here Is Your Chance.  CRANBROOK CO-OPERATIVE STORES, LTD.  last Saturday for $10,000.- .Ic was  bought by the former backers, of"  ',, " ���" '   . ,   "       L **��� ',     -    -    '  the-.paper.   ���   * <, \- ' ,  ,-       s       ���.. i   ^ -   <      ,.'  ^"   L*i3 ^K. .        '^ ^ �� .1  ..    r*^u.i  !��� *^j....^ ' vt  Capt. J- C. Gore, superintendent  of the C P.! 11. British'Columbia  lake'ftnd river service has announced that he was authorized  to guarantee a burge service 011  Kootenay hike;, for moyjng' the  berry' crop, t for the seasons ' of  1911 and 1912, on the same lines  as the last two seasons.  That the Sanitarium at Tran-  quilie shall be named the Kiug  Edward sanitarium, in,'recognition of the late sovereign's interest in the fight waged against  tuberculosis, was decided upon  last Friday evening at the annual  meeting of tho board of directors  Lield at Victoria.  * For some time both the whites  and the Indians have been using  the Kootenay Valley railway /between Crestou and Port Hill as a  public highway. One day* last  week an Indian and his family  were going to Port Hill when a  train came along aud threw the  party into the ditch. Fortunately neither the occupants of tho  sleigh or the horses were seriously  injured.   i  Water Company Meeting  The   grnnd  sloops   this  the grand lodge,  lodge' TTSrelf uS^vu-���  year in  May. *   '    , ,  tf  W. 11. Se'ave;'-', representing the  ilu/.elwood Company of. Spokane,  was in  town Tuesday  arranging  _}Irvand Mrs. J/T. Browning,, J1.] for    the  ' "The receuFcoIdJ'"snapJ-h'as 'had  the effect of making good ice on  jtfoyie lake. < In places where' the.  suow'was scraped off it * i3 from  15 to IS inches in thickness and is  of excellent quality. The harvest has already begun,'and the  local'hotels are'losing no time in  getting up their supply for next  summer- Some out of, town orders will1 ali,o be tilled.' O. F.  Ddsaulnier will ship three carloads to the Creston hotel at Ores-.  ton, and one to the Canyon City  Lumber Company, near the ...same  place. " Tony Ilepner is putting  up_two carloads for P. Burns at  Creston.and one cirload for Ben  Kiley'who is runniug the Yahk  hotel at 'Yahk.  W. McKee-and "'Mike Torp'y at  teudedthe Trainmen's' dance ;at  Cranbrook Wednesday night.  - Lloyd Crowe.aud Chas. ,-N'oi'd-  tnan returued from Ttossla'nd last  Monday where they were attending the carnival.   '  Only within the las-t day * or  two has the ice,on Moyie lake become strong enough for teams fco  venture on ifc^  Thero will be a debate iu the  Miners' hall this evening, when  the woman suffrage question ,wLll  be discussed pro and eon.  The annual'  dance   of   the   Sfc  renewal  , of  customers.  contracts  "E      G  Masaaerade  Garnival  h 1        ������    .  i Tho first inarq'uerade. carnival  of the season was held ab .the  skating link Wednesday evening  in     which"    about'', 50   masquers  Uazelwood'goods this season.  'Mission Iniprovements (SS  with    his    customers.     ,  ii>      ^. .���^^������rt. '    Characters  of  every  Gwynne  will'  again* handle   the I ^3^.5pUon weiciu evidence.   -'      ���  J" "' " J The first   Chinaman"-that   has  put "in an appearance in Moyie fo'r;  several years peemed to be the  victim the bandits were  looking for, and several attempts  to assassinate him were made by  the heavy bearded fellows. , One  lone Jew wandered aibout looking  for the man who invented interest. 'The colored men from the  south caine in largo-numbers.    As  ltav. Father Bjck has some extensive improvements planned  for the'Sb. Kugeno   Mission.      As  soouasspiing   opens   a   sawmill    ^ _  will be built and lumber will be j ftll tbe Tndian braves were out on  cut for several new buildings that [ the war pxth the 'squaws there  will be erected. . A hall] and  dor-1 did the war dance.     lhe   Scotch  The annual   dance   of   the   St.      . iU be builb  for   the   Tu-   Highlanders cime too, but   with-  Eugene Lodge Xo. 37, Knights of      '   /    d bha matiy amftll   cabins | ont the bxg-pipes.      Milk   maids,  Pythias,     will     be     hei*  about       -    ��� vm\*<*& by   sub- j tluwer    girls,     gypsies,    witches  Dr. Coffin Leaving  Dr. Coffin is leaving today for  Rossland, where ho willJook after  the practice of Ur. J. M- .English  who will be away to tho coast for  several weeks. .There is a'proba-  bility that the doctor will not be  back to Moyio. This is .to bo  regretted, as Dr.X'pffin is ono of  the best physicians who ever  struck the KoOtenays and is a  good live man in the  community.  3FVJV..S.  ���'':-Triinarfjii---lJaiik'.  Capital Authorized������������  Capital Subscribed��� ~  Capital Paid Up���--"""  Reserve   F.nnd-  -$10,000,000.00  _*..$5,00u,000.00'.  .....5,575,000.00  .....-,.575.000.00  Cranbrook, Arrowhead, Golden   Knmloo V�����**',     d chase.  Fernie, Nelson, Revelstok^ Victoria; 7^ ^ ^   any  Drafts and Money Orders sold -avaiblc in any  part of the World  Savings'Bank Departmenl  i Interest allowed on deposits from  date  ot J6''08^    w<jr<    J  1    MOYIE BRANCH. KVTjm&J���;^  I  The annual meeting of the  Moyie Water Company was held  last Wednesday with a good  representation ofthe shareholders  present. The affairs of the company are reported to bo in good  shape. Tho following officers  and directors wero elected: P. F.  Johnston, president; J. P. Fariell,  secretary; V. De=auluier treasurer; A. P- Macdonald and Philip  Conrad.    Sedentary habits, lack of outdoor exorcise, insullicieut mastication of food, constipation, a  torpid liver, worry and anxiety,  are the most common causes of  stomach troubles. Correct your  habits and take Chamberlain's  Stomachand Liver Tablets and  you will soon be well again. F6r  sale by all dealers. ,.������  How to cure a cold is a question  in which many are interested  ��� ust UOn. -.Chamberlain's" Cough  Remedy has won its groat reputation and immense sale by 'its re-  m.u-kablecureoE. col.l^. ; Tt can  always be. depended iqion. For)  sale by all dealers.  Ladies'  .ockey Gaoie  There will be a ladies' hockey  game at the rink Saturday night.  The teams will be known as tho  "Stars" and the "Crescents."  From all accounts thero will be  "some ela-.s" to the game.  Annual Meeting   Called  The general annual meeting of  the Moyio Telephone i Electric  Light Company will be held in  Moyio on Monday, the 20th day of  March. The meeting will open at  1:30, p. m. '; /���  Moyie, 5.    Cranbrook, 0  Wednesday evening." March   ?.0bh  "Dick" Dimmick returned   from  Vancouver this week after an   ab- j  sence of several, month^   lie says J  there aro a great number   of  nien  in the coast city out   of   employment.. , '  Tlierer is a position open in  Moyie to some woman who wishes  to do light jiinitor work. * Kot  over one hour's work each day.  Salary $15 a month. Apply at  Leader office.  Miss Cockbum aud Miss Watts,  of Wattsburg, were in Moyie last  Mouday. Miss Watts is a candidate iu tho Nelson Daily News  contest for a trip around the'  world, and stands a good show of  winning it.  A. G. Monkhousc has been elected by St. Eugene Lodge Knights  of   Pythias   as   representative  to  and huts will be replaced by  sub- j tluwer    girls,    gypsies,    witches  stantial  buildings '  The  Mission | sailors,    mingled    together,   and  farm is being  stocked 'with   good  breeds of horses aud cattle.  '    Houston Memorial   Fund  The following are the contributors in Moyie to date to the  John Houston memorial fund: J-  P. Farrell, $1; F- J- Smyth. $1; A.  Ferris, SI.  A  piecocof   flannel   dampened  i with Chamberlain's Liniment and  I bound on to the affected  pirts   is  1 superior to   any   plaster.      When  troubled with lame back or   pains  in the   side   or   chest   give   is   a  trial and you aie   certain   to   be  more     than     plen-ed    vtith the  prompt  telicf    which  it   affords.  S )ld by all dealer-.  even the maid from far off Japan  found her way there. Several  nurses from the Red C"Oss c >rp  cvme in case of emergency. Fallowing is a list of the prize win-  nets:  Bast couple, fancy; Mr.'and  Mrs. H. McKenzie���Scotch Highlanders,  Bjsfc' couple, original; A. W,  Lutneraud.l.  L.   Crowe���I tali m  B uidits. '  "  Comic Lady, Mi^s Lois. G.vmblo -  Squaw with papoose.  Gjiuic G-jut, tJ. Mulion/.ie-���  Chinese Washerman.    .  Original U-jnt. W. Attwood.Je v.  Original Lady, Miss Campbell-  Mother Goose.  Childrens* prize*: Comic, l\tt  Thonian���Little gii-K  O.-iirinal,   Geo. Feroglia���Sailor.,  The Cranbrook Intermediates  met with ignominious defeat at  the rink last night when they  played tho Moyie Intermediate?.  Not a goal did the, visitors score,  iwhileMoyie ran tip 5 goals.  _, ,' ���     .   .    r,   Colic.      Chambenam b i,i,.i;rhoe.i Rcmcn-.  Kev��r f��i!s.   Uuy H now..   It may wvt .lie.  PGFS  ->���     -  for hot biscuit, hoi breads and cake.  Made from Pure Grape Cream of Tartar. ;  AiW  ��� L k,  I   'i .  '" ,F'  >ii  3-1  <<i  ; i  St*   (  H   H'  :���-#  rm  \m  :!�� '  ���71 ������(?  1   .'.  ���;;. is  ��� .t-sy-'i ji  s!:'./;   -Si  frC7A:i-  E'i.'sH    S THE   MOYIE    LEADER  Provincial Revenue  And  horticulture  handed  down   to  us like   old  tiees, fruit one inch in diameter,  main   other   relics,   1" '�����  ta'-eii as n Ipuoily coloied ami     badly  welled in  Expenditure  Tliroiigli some carelessness at Victoria or ddav" in tbe mails 11k* official estimates foi J 'JJ1-12 have not  jet come to hand, altlKJiii.Ii last Isa-  tuida>'s Victona Colonist' contained  1 lie follow ing snniniaues of revemus  and expenditures. _ lt is impossible,  theicfoie,    to    discuss at   am   leng".!.  ilu* piescnt status of tht piownua]  finances, but j glance at tlie follow-  ln. figuics show "that funiiu l.i.iv  speaking all's well with 13 " and  that in the matter, oi appropriations  foi public wolUs. the government  have made hbcial provision. From  siich   liguies as   -we .have, it appeal >  REVENUE  AND   RECEIPTS.  was  without   investigation  into  mer-  . its-, causes oi  uiiiiefoies  \     It   is an  outgiovvth i>r neglect latli-  ci      than a   'development,  <>f thought  ai*d"comos through sin li  reasoning-as...color,  but    poorly developed,  this.    If Oregon hi     and Washington   welted. ,  pine ha\c,giown to such si/e on these Plot A ��� Iieii f Davis variety, old  lands witiioi.it culune, win shouldn't ] clover field, trees fourteen to fifteen  fruit 1roes do  the    same''     The diir-,J\cars of age,    frurts two inches     ������*  harvesting time.  plot 2���Hen Davis uinetv, but irr  grass and weed plot; frinl one and  one-half inches     in    dram'eter, of fan  not  when* the lues an* less vigorous and feqtiippid plant Ulan before  the  foliage moie  or   less  yellow,       a  iiiLiogcii-stoiing <-rop, such as Canada  peas.   vetch      en   ciovci,   shoilld        be  used.    ' '  ,   thai ihc goveininent propose to expend the accumulated sin pluses "V ie-  iH'H'Ji? during the ensuing IwcHi*.  months on public work's. Fiom vuv- erences aie thai nature takes hund-  afc sources wi* ha\e been ad used-! iwls of veais _ aud millions of trees  thai      the    appropi rations for  Cian- | lo produce a few big tiees, while man  takes a few veais  brook district will exceed JlOO.uUd ly  a substantial amount  uid a handful '   of  r> j  .'linher. Lauds  "i'i    i  '   , -J ' *���  . 1  ���<J.  i   ^   ��'*  lis rials  *   ,    -  1   ,  S* i-Jfii *  8#4N  *   ,  ff-^s   .  ���*. 1., "  ���< I**  f In  ���  - ^  i. v  '!  rV[  I    T.  )y<  I  n  ut  *V2^  i f  ;;fr  1 ,  i  '    .   ��"-  /���!���*���  �����  1,    i^S  ���        l     .  *ll  '            \  j*  '          **     "J  t  *  !*.��  if    _*1*  1"  ���   -. *  JL A*"  L        *  ,~Zi'S  *  Dominion of Canada   [.and Sales   Land Re\eiiuc .'.  Survey Fees   Rents  (exclusive of dand)       Timber Leases,   Timber Licenses      . .     Timbei  Royalties        ...   .'.    ,  Kiee MineiS;' Certificates .'   ....  Mining  Receipts,  tfeneial   .  .'  Licenses, Trade dnd Liquor   .''.��� .   ..  Licenses, Came '  ... ....  Fines and Fees of Court ..  ...   ..  Probate Fees . ....'      .o   ,  Succession Duty '���        .... ,,.  Law Stamps   .. . ., . ,   Sale of Government Propcity .    ".  Registry Fees   ... . .., ;..  Marriage Licenses -   Revenue Tat    .   .    '.   Real'Piopeity Tax   ,     .  Personal <Piopoily "Ta\   . .   .  Land Taxes���Wild Land, 'Coa'^ and  Income Ta-c ( . ��� ���' '���   "Dvkmg Vissessihent Act,  iriq.V*   (bitciesi on hxc(Lcapital)  (Mincial Tax'... ......    ,.     .. *:      ��  Tav on   Cnwoiked  Ciown Or anted rMmcral Cla.rns '  Registered Taxes, ((all denominations) '   Tax Sale Deeds  . ." ;������;   Revenue Service' Refunds '  ...      r. .,     ..  ..'. i    '������ ���   Piinting Office   ' . .; '   .*..!...   Hureau of Mines- A .  . . i   7 '....- .,    Hospital fo'r  the Insane . ...     .    '.    .-��������� -   ���������  Provincial Homo' ' .    ..'   ���������' ���   ������_���  ������������   ���'��� ������  Ro\altj   and Tax on  Coal      .     ". q  ...   .-.   ...'......   Tiaflic Tolls  (New  Westminster.  Diidge)   Reimbursements for Keep of Pnsoneis    .'   jj.  Inleiest on Irnestment of Sinking Funds  "...   .  Interest,, Miscellaneous       '       . ..'   *         ��� l ������   Chinese    Restriction A*'t (Act 1881, Dominion Statutes) .. t  Fishciy and  Canneiy. Licenses ,. .....'... ..'.  Log Sealing Fees     t :    .....'   Doilei Inspection and Kxainination Fees   .'. ?.  V.  Miscellaneous Receipts .' .    ,    . .   .  . * ;���-���   SUMMARY OF KXPKNDITU.ltlCl   .        i  In (the suminar\. of the main estimates/if expendituic, tlicconipaiativp showing is:  Fstnnate'  Estimate  11110-H  lflll-12  ��� S   532,07C.CC,  .?   (180,151.00  .   1,500,000 00  '      2,o(io',ooo.ofr  l."j0,000,0p  200,000.00  .   '. 3J.000.00  15,000.00  100.00  '    -    100 00  75,000.00  85,000 00  i,000,000.00 '  1,800,000 00  275,000 no  .-100,000 00  .50,000.00  ^           B0,0OO 00  80,000 00  ���  ;   <io,ooo.op.  '      00,000 00  t  t      (.0,000.00,  ,   io,oo6 oo  '            8,000 00  ,��      20,000.00  ��'                        25,000.00  ,    3,000.00  '   15,000.00  ?        50,000.00  100,000.00  20,000.00  1   ' *               , 25,000.00  j.,ooo:oo  1,000^.00  250,000.00  "     r          "   350,000.00  J 1,000.00 '  '. r      A'    15,000.00  225,000 00  ' 250,000.00  ���      300,000 00,  ��� ,-   '          325,00(1.00,  'lOO'.OOO 00  100,000.00  ,2^5,000 00  '25(1,000.00  .    ' 3 50,000 00  "  -                      170,000.00  ,      27,250 00,'  s     *     ,      '   27,250.00,  ,    100,000 00   ,  > . u      ioo,ooo.ool  -10,000.00  '    r   10,000.00  300.00  ,100.00  500.00  500.00  .. -     1,000 o'o  ,    1,000 00  . oo.ooq.oo (  L-          *       80'000.00  1,000.00'  ���    '     '               1,000 00  '   25,000.00  �����     '25,00.0.00  1,000.00'  1,000.00'  1 50,0'00.00"  200,000.00  25,000-00  22,000.00,  'J,000.00'  , 1,000.00  GO,000.00  05,000.00 "  3 50,000 00  *"   o   200,000.00  200.000.00  '     ,      ^OO.OOfl.00,-  25,000 00  ..''*���      ' 30,000.00 .  25,000,00    '  "'..      25,000.00  18,000.00  ���.           '   '    "20^100.00  '-'    20,000^00 l  1 B  ,   ,         10.OOjO.00  S7,000,020 00 '  1   S8,l!)2,l0l.0fi  I.  Public Debt     * '���.<   �� .  ..'.!  Civil Clovmnment  (Salaues^   Administration of  .Instice  (Sa.anes)  Legislution ... . ... ... '  Public*Institutions  (Maintenance)  liv  jj * 1  fflt   ,7i  fi"} r ,  Hospitals and Charities  Administration of .Justice  (other ilia  kducatiori .  ,  Tianspoit  Itcvcrnic Services    .  Public Works-  Miscellaneous  Total  t  ii salanes)  ...:...    , '1010-11     <��� '   t *'521,710.UV  ... .V-    '''I i��,142 0u -         ] 111,130.00  . .   ..     * (.5,020.00  .     .      ?5I,003 00  ...'     S {3,100 00        201,550.00  715,7-12 00    ,  .. . .   ,     17,000 00  ...   '     15,000.00  .   .    l,25'fi,805 00  1(      J. 10,450.00   r���  . ...1,7,738,257 11  .small switches to develop,an oichanl  j We cannot affoid to pattern after nature,, but    must  assist     hei  by const-rung  inoislun*,  making  plant food  ,*a\ailabl<* and  reinoung the offendeis,  'whethci     they    be'     weeds"   oj' other  tices.      ,    ' i  j    Kveiyone ,   who' has     studied * the  problem   'iecogni/(s  ' that tho glass  mulch system f has met its foi certain  conditions, and , while tt Ls occasionally aobd, is a much abused practice  /J'his abuse in d\u  state shows'most  strongly on the west side of the Cascades, but is n6t     wholly' lacking on  the cast   ; ��� Unftei  various conditions  the     grass   muldi '  s\stem takes on  vaued  modifications  ,SomeSgi6M-cis per mil .weeds     and  glass to grow al will in the orchard  all summer    ,long.only to be rnaikcd  down  in'   spring    with lianow,  light,  '.5?'.0-?"?? .' 'disk'and. clod maiihei, The only '   le-  lnaikablc  feat'uie about   these       oi-  ehards is that some of them aie giving fair (.etuins   ,_ The probable "reaj  sons for   flic returns    aie" that, avail-  on  se  1  show later;- it . would be an absolute  failure.     " '* - 'j-    * '      ���'���  r   Anothei    group    of growers permit  this    mulch  to' glow until mid-sum-  mei,  when ut. is mowed  down   .  and  i-placed aiound the ,tiees"to^ act as^-a'  mulch .in  Uhe tine sense lO'conscive.'.  moistuie, ameliorate,the soil and add  plant food.     The j;iass mulch'systcm  as  piactised ��11  this mannei^ on rich,  dcep.^moist soil'will prove ai success  in orchard woik, providing the trees'  aie fanlV well established b'efoie ihe^  svstem 'is put  into'    operation.    Rc-  iiK'nibpr again',     howevei, that      .the  moisture 1 pioblem is'  taken^care'of  by  plenty "of  lain 01   tiequent, nnga-t  tron.     ,    ''     , '    %   .     >     '. . .'  '^A.thii.d giotip of groweis cut the  mulch anil,' ', use it'for hay .foi woise  still,,, pasture the /oichanl, without^  pi'aetising fcitili/.ci ictuins" A friend  of" mine* rec-cutly .sold Toul "tons "of^  'alfalfa hay,- ?l,20p'i\vorth of apples,r  pastui,ed''a coV.iatid 50'chickens *   tor-  JI......      ��.\...lw.       *   4 Y.X.. ������ f..ll    -����   -nntl     FrAm  jn(i,ouo.uu      al)lt. plant faod and moisture aie on;  170,000.00 .,   ,     sw.ondai'yyconsideiation5^ir.' these  27,250.00,   1      1Su f   On'Sthct soils,'as" I    ^.shall  ���inn-i2'.  ~T;~527,8G0.n  <  01 1,'7.52.00  '  '      31,220'00u  71,070.00  l')l,'100-00  '10-7,350 00  23.LS50.00  8l8,9'J6.00  (13,000.00  '   '15,000.00  5,507,y00.00  2,102,002.Ot  $11,035,380.75  The supplemental y votes ot this session  agglegate <.l,0f,8,207 11. as  compaied  with     .1,281,302.40  voted by  the house last session, while lhe detail  Public Works vote contiasts with that oi 1010-11 thus.  Works and Buildings    Govei anient House    ...      . .    Roads,  St 1 eels.   Budges and Whaives  Subsidies   to Steamboats, Femes and Budges  Sim evs and  lmpicnemeut of Lands .      ...  Contingencies      . . . ,.v ...  Supplemental ics  Total*.  ... . ....   '   ..  ,10J0-H  .. A.% 080,50O.no  5,000 00  .. .  2,820,005 0(1  .  .. 10,100.00  .  . 325,000.0   '  100.000 00  25,190 02   11-1,281,005 02  lflll-12 .  $1,(133,220.00.  3,702,300.00  .   17,380.00  125,000.'00  10,200 25  $5,518,100.25  Practical Management of  Orchard Land -  hears  then   farm  land  is  uchci  than ieis aie ahead;  in it, and so for tins  (By  Pull-  iwIilii tliej fit si staited, while otns  igiadually but suicly giows poc-iei,  'and instead of building up we toi-  sakr 111 seauh of new uigin soil to  again go tluough the same loutine  'Some oicluuds heic in the west -while  not  \ et     twent\     \cais     old aie al-  Piofessoi \\ S Tlioinbei  man, Wash )  PiobabU no phase ot agiuultuu  has been moie wideK ihsuissed dining tlie p.isi h\e vc.us, and ui I  feel thele is rriuili to ieain, espeu.ilh  of  nitelist   to      planuls  and   giowi'is  m the l'aci'lu   NoilhweM ,"1U  *"'    "Hlinai.   01   Uieon U< al  I would not h.n. v.,u leil lllal 1 |".ultuie lo a prat I real 01 sperial  intKisi otii genual nu thods ol cul | >" a'"' ' "uu ln' 1"��K enough to  ture and m*i 1 wan ou. Jmn men M''' '* lall�� Pt'iunl.ige of 1 lu-se now  to meet tin pioliltr.i r.u > lo l.ue f" valuable pioducli.i 01 (hauls 011-  now, ratlu-r than Hi.tt ��,.ui sons ..ml ,'��� uiiinanis of then loimei sel\es  ilau.hteis in fifU veais fiom in,.*. ' ''" l'*lsU'it, giowei ha- solved the  should nod it n.'(,ssai\ !., abandon I>i''l>lun o\ei and ou 1 again, and \el  the old    onbai.l and   (hi   faun  hoiin , lllkl   ���lM>  I'lohlcin  that  is iiifliw mid In  liki   tho'isand*-  01  oui   ...sie nils, 'so11   ���Ul*1  cn\ 11 oi.menlal  (ondit n ns,  it  because tin feitiliu ol lhe soil iMS , is consianih coming up foi rc-onsid-  betii uu'dkssh and w.mtoi.h wast- I' iatn>nc���Twenl\ u-aisagoil was  t.,j I'In    .il'nosi   uni\cisal   opinion   ol    the  The thoii.'ht ,,1 ,,.1 vn.ilion is nisi ''.istein Finn giowri that lhe oithaul  now uie e\ei\whue W ( h.-ai 1.1 ',"1 al)()111 *'s "lU without till.rgi on  (onseiMiig      on-   u.al  fields,  out   tnn-l,lls     sm!  'IS   ll  ,ll(l   ulUl   ^m !l  <'lhw  hei   lands  and   0111   wain   u-Jils    luU,'-^1'1     ",,lll(l  g'^i   ".  ���"   sud. was  lauh do we l.ai rauiest, stiong Uicia>i*, ^hal was Uu* use of t ul  plids lor the pusenation ol the li>..t nig ^' long as 'hue wen no  ffi 11I11 \ of 0111 ni i-i and ..Hh.iMl wifl1* l<> P"tl* his uiiisi ienc* Toihn  lands, and \et tluough tins, M>um s ">���"'* a'1' considei ing the minis and  guatei lnsse, an taking pl���u an 'hineiiis of the glass iii'ildi svstem  i.iually and every year than we'have "f orchard .tillage and not a few*, are  ever'known through forest'-fires and heirig won over to a rational method  lhe timberman's   axe and saw..    One   "f tilh'ge.  loss we sec arid    [(.t.]  now,  the other 1    If'then* are sev'en stages or .periods  ������we" do not    sec because     it    ��� ipiickly   in' orchard     work,   as      llii'ti*, ..are  in  takes  its  way   10  the   Pacific, and  its   nmst. other    things,' and   the seventh  absence     will    be 'lie.m      measured  in   period .is'a period  of ���rest,' their'many  fifty sen-  sixty     years   from   now   by   oi  the  eastern     fellows are .in.it,  and  eomparing   Uie   size,   color   and   i|iial-   sonic  of    the      western, growers    are  ity   of  our oishunl  fruits as  well    as' looking for it. *  'our   grain      crops'with   those   v.,-  arc 7    The   Pacific  Northwest,  is   now clos-  now   harvesting , ,iiTlf,   ilK-f,rsl  decade   of orchard  work.  No     agriculture  js      pradiea]  that  land  with  the    close.of the decade we  leaves  the soil pou.cr each year,' ami 'see  evidence  of  decay  in  practice      if  this  is. where  we go down in  agricui- jnot   in  truth.      Some  or our  growers  lure  before  our     Kiimpcnn  brothers, j are    approaching    the'  shadow of  After  farming  lands   I'm   hundreds-'(.if j doubt   of good    cultivation,   and otli-  ' ��� )  siason, if no other, I dcsne to com-  { mend a firm stand and caution  j against vaganes and fads  j The past season t with its long  ���per rods of drv weather has been one  , of the most living to the cultivator,  ; and at the same time one of the.  iead\ showing maikui evidences of most interesting to the student of  Ilus      phase, and      unless    we dlange . hoi t iculluie    that  the  west  has   cvei  ag- i expeueiiced.      The   winter  hiokc   eai-  011c . Ij   and     left the soil satiuatcd  wrth  moistuie I nusualh   heaw   spung  lams came, packing the soil to buck  baldness,   badh   washing  it  in   mativ  I places and     senously    gulljing  it in  olheis These  tains weie followed  thiee* months ,' this'fall "on 'and from  one.acic of "orchaid. ., lie,, said that  the soil 'was tbe riches1!  hc^ever saw  CLOVER'  VLRST7S  MULCIL  ALFALFA  discussion  has  arisen  lately     relatne'to  bv diving winds and baking suns, and  ih(si in turn hy an almost absolule-  lv du summei Soils that weie  not piopetly handled became stnk-  niglv .sterile, o.chaids that were well  aiwl piopiilv tilled produced icmaik-  ablc (iops of high-colored, good-  (|iialitv     funis fl    was a season  whole skill and science told to the  (���\liiine, while luute strength availed  but  little  I classify methods of oichaid tillage into thiee distinit gioups 01  (lasses Mv   classification  is  based  entiielv upon the mannei of handling  the soil and shows at once a. practical grouping-of practically all of our  growers as well as their orchards  into these classes:   ;  .1. Grass, clover, weeds or alfalfa  mulclr. ���.'','',���     '       -, -jj"  2. Absolutely clean  tillage.;  3. Karly thorough tillage, followed  with cover crops.  In this grouping I recognize that  soil .conditions, methods of the planting or . certain past tenures of the  orchard may influence one or the other, but will willingly let, each answer  For  itself.  .The grass, clover, weed or alfalfa  .mulch  system  is a  relic of primitive.  Considerable  the comparative  merits and dements of the two  plants, alfalfa and clover, that aie  most commonly-used as grass mulch  plants, hei e in the west Each has a  stion. following from our best ftuit-  gioweis and consequently must have  mcuts of, note under faunable conditions.  Those championing clover attribute  the 'following advantages ' to its  growth. ,  1. Being a comparatively shallow-  lootcd plant, its roots do not feed in  the same plane as the roots of bear-'  1 rig ticcs  .2 'It adds more fibie and plant  food to the liiJit eighteen inches of  the soil '  3 That it is an easy plant as  compaied with alfalfa lo destroy  when the lime comes lo icmovc the  mulch. ^     '  While those championing the use of  alfalfa contend r'vthat it is best because it has the following thaiactcr-  islics:  1 Being.a natuially deep-rooted  plant it goes below the apple tree  root plane  I. While it adds a small amount,  of fibei, its ioots woik deep into the  soil and thcicby .extend the feeding  aiea, especial!) in hard, impenetrable  sod  U fl is a gwalei tonnage piodueci  iimlei   irugation   than  the clover  Mv ovtn pcisonal evpeiiences, while  lonlmed to a few fields, have been  veiv much 111 fa*.01 of (Unci so fai  as lemoung the mulch and lice  giowth was concerned, but favorable  to alfalfa as fai as lonnage and  subdividing arid prcpanng the soil  for orchaid pin poses I would not  seed alfalfa 01 clover To: that mat-  Id, il I seeded at all, dosei than  foil 1 leel fiom the voung Ixe, and  then piesene thoiough tillage be-  tvwen alfalfa and Lhe tiees \s the  tiees giow old( 1 I should extind tin*  cullivalable aiea fiom one to two  feel each vein, until the whole was  lereiv.ng clean  tillage  ML.LCII     LESSON'S      FROM     THE  . SEASON OF  1010.  ������' Between April 15 and September  15 we had less than one-half inch of  rainfall in Eastern Washington- The  weather otherwise,, 'while dry,..1 was  not seriously h'bt, and ! very few  strong winds. .In the grass mulch  experiments we had a great, number  of the more common varieties- of apples. But 'inasmuch as the Bi-n  Davis is probably  111  diametci, well colored, fairly good  texture and farr Crop, only small  *, Plot' L���Ben Davis, eleven ycai old  tiees,'given'fust-class care, dean tillage, fruit three and one-half tier,  well coloied and good tevturc As  good' a crop as'one could desire  While tins-little expeument proves  much for Easterm Washington it does  not settle tlie problem for! other'  parts of the .Northwest*,'yet it docs  show that wheic summer moistuie is  the mam factor,"wc must practice almost,' ir not entiiely, nothing less  than clean culture. , " '  Aftei visrting hundreds of oichaids  last'year in West-era Washington during 'the dry season, I'am convinced  that ���' oui problems of ftuit cultiiie  aie identical so far'as'cultivation-is  concerned,'and yet thcic aa* conditions under which it -is >advisable to  use"a grass mulch of , some sort 1*1  othci,-and '. 1-would enumerate as  possible1 conditions Dip,following; j  1.' Where.'the soil, is" so rich as to  cause . he trce^ to produce wood at  the expense of the Iniil ��� Pears,  cherries. . '.   t        ,.'    '  , 2. Where' the soil is' too. wet at. a  season of the ( year that the mulch  wi'l'l quickly take up'the suiplus.moi'j-  ture.      '''" ' ���*"(;���-        ���"���''       '  '���3. Irr 'loose', shifting' "soils'that,  must be held down to prevent blow-  mg. '     ��- % j-   * '-     ' ��   ���       *  l. On.iocky soil that can't be cul-  Uvated any way.n'T     i"    ���       V  "  5.   Any finally,' when, Die owner' is"r  loo lazy to cultivate and want;,    : .a  feasible reason, ior not'doing so.'.'  ABSOLUTELY   CLEAN   TILLAGE.  Tins is .the dncct lc-action of no  tillage, and comes, as all refoyns do,  at, the swing 6( the pendulum lo^ the-  opposite pole? ' It is very valuable  in'certain soils wh.ie. everything is  saciificcd 'for">moisture, but needsr  careful guaiding, as it is more liable  to' injure, the sqil-* "-than any other  method oof tillage.1'.' '        \.  "The, constant"owqrking of the, soily  and never pcrmrtti'ng anyilimg1 to,  grow,'upon it'���xwhile * valuable for the  consideration pf .moistuie, materially'^  fines���it,.thereby making it wash and  gully on" sloping land, and<tevp'osinVa  bare surface ' to'' ^h'c jhbt summer sun  wlnch^ destroys ' theA' humus, '-causing  the soil to cement" and'puddle much  more * readily J' \han ; 'it1- normally  should.       ^ .��� ' - ^      "(*'   ' I   [  The loss of the- oiganic content of  soil 1 affects, the soil in four distinct  ways; -   >'       ���       ^ - ( '  1. Destroys granulation 01 fliability. ^ ' .  2. ' Lessens waler-holding capacity.  Ji    Loweis    the   tcmperaluie       in  spring arid raises rt'"In the summer.  1     Makes it impossible Tor the air  to pcrnicatc the soil,  thereby hindeis,  nitufic'ation  and   pi even Is   the escape  of carbon dioxide '     l  Treatment of this kind injuies   the  soil both    chemically and    physically  and can never'be clashed as practical  agncultuic  . 1 .  The   evil       effects upon      orchards  planted on shallow soil and tieated  in this manner is still more perceptible to the trained 'eye than mos_��  other crops. We have,learned that  by repeatedly cutting off the surface  ioots of young bearing trees, as is  done by the cultivator on soil that is  undeilaid with haidpan, we produce a  yellow starved giowth similaL to,  if not' ,the same as is co'mnipnly  known as, wintei desiccation 01 fruit  tree rosette.  clean, early tillage, with  Clover crops later.  Clean, early tillage, with covei  crops later, is the. type of tillage  that we hold out as the practical  progressive tillage It has all the  advantages of the abundantly clean  cultuic and the glass mulch systems  and none of the undesirable featuies  rt conserves the eailv spring moisture al a season when it is plentiful,  picpaies and makes available the  plant food when the Uee most needs  it, causes early development of leaf  and fruit buds, theiehy hardening the  tree for winter, and biings the fnnl  to a good si/c early rn the season in  order that it may have a longer time  to coloi and put on the finish Many  of oui orchards do not stait cultuic  early enough in the spung, theieby  causing a check in the giowth <>'. tl*.'  ft nit 01 twigs when then* should he  no      check The giow ing peuod  of  most beaiing tiees is decidedly shod  as compaied with annual plants, and  iccognition of this fact should be  taken into consideial ion in the woik-  ing out! of, oiir''culture scheme.   ���   <  The thorough .tillage of' the early-  spring and summer months .. should  cease as soon as the fruit has attained sufficient size' to insure good,  marketable specimens by fall. The  exact time cannot be stated, but it,  varies from August,' 1 to September  1. At this time some form of a  cover crop should be sown, at       least,  Too inucir emphasis' (aiunir'liF'l.iiil  upon tbe use of unci crops in 0111  oichaids 'fhey   will   do  mine   to  wards keeping the orchaid up to  high standard than a in' other single  Hung that we inn use Most of us  aie familiar with then benefits and  1 shall not repeat them, but sullrce  it lo say that I considei the use of  cover crops in, orchards 'the highest  type of orchard ,milage possible'here  in  the Pacific   Voithvvest. This is  good aguCulliiio and will nevei.wcai  out a soil, ami ' when those glowers  who > practrce it are through, using  Iherr < land' the soil will be better  physically, chemically and 111 evc-iy  way'than it v.as when they( started,  even though liroy have takciiji big  crop oil every year, '  ;The practical questions of when  and how to till can best be.^olved  upon each faim However, the samp  .generaL scheme can profitably he'car-  tied out in all districts '     .      ;  .Just1; as soon as the surface of'the  soil 1. dry enough t'o woik without  slicking or sticking, tfie distf' or cutaway'harrow should bcf,iuii over the  siTifare, lo pievcnt crushing and heavy  (oss of moistuie _ vThis.can 'be followed by deeper'1 disking'or plowing,  as the Case, may be, but ^indoi no*  ciicuiiistance.s should the surface r be  permitted'to'crusty arid bake.'      '_   ���,  Where, no coyer<,ciop is used, fall  plowing may he nractiscdJ to. advantage, providing the; plowing is shallow  close' to* tlie tiet*S'iiindi,deep' between  "ihpiii, mid the soil is left'roughu ..to  wintei .catch and hold as, niuch snow  and rain, as possible. . Jt will , ' require' a mirn'inum amount of labor in  spring to put*this soil in lirst-clas's  condition^ and keep it that way dui-  ing_ the year. V-* - -( ^ . y ' ^^ti;'-.  ��� The (imc to> plow that pail of the  01 chard seeded to coveiSrrop must be  governed1' almost ' entirely'by the.  amoiiirl of " moisture ojit'ainable after"  May ,1 of each" year.' ' It theie is an  abundance,,lo.be depended upon, ner-  init.rthe' crop to grow as tall - as1  possible., without becoming ,\voody,  and then t'arn ithunder. -If there "ris  danger,'as"tl)eie i.^^'in^aH npn-niigat-f  ed',;Scctions pf a shortage, leave 'as  late as consistent' with" safety and  then plow*. "in either "case, the  plowing ' must be ? fhllo'wpdjby.ihor-,  oughh working \ down , ^the ' surface  with disk 'or-similar "tool to 6hop up  (he crop and "pack the- soil\ down'-,to  prose 1 ve the riioisture, j Tlie'*job 'will  nearly. r always;, look ?iough, at-?this,  stage, hut*-'plenty;'!of team ,wprlf*v.*ill'  soon" niakV, it show_ up( iirnicc shape  Continue, the suiface'-'ttUage.-��from  now on until'August,1 tand'seed again'  to co\er ci'op if ncccssaiy >' . .1 ,  , The depth ' at winch the sin face  working tool should fun has been'  carefully tested out both1' iri the lab-  oiatoiy and, in the, orchaid As a  lcsult of these tests wc find that  from three and' a half to foin inches  of dtist oichaid mulch is as effective  to conserve 'moisture as ten 01  twelve inches, and anything less than  three inches loses watci in proportion to its depth. Four'inches is  good, but nine is no better, so why  waste energy and labor in producing  a deep mulch���rt being assured, of  course, that the orchard "was plowed  01 disked eailie.'i in the season dcep-  ei   than the mulch  In conclusion, I wish to again caution against grass a'nd weed mulches  as a general practice on ono side,  and absolutely clean tillagV* always  on the othei Ij Strike the happy  medium���build up lathei than destroy the fertility and possibilities of  the soil, and then 111 the futuie, if  the market shall become ovei-stocked  with common or pool giades of fruit,  you will be able fo produce something a giade bettei than the aNcr-  age, and the m.nket will nevei be  ovei-slocked with fust-class flints.  Pioneer Lumber Company of  Crow's Nest Pass  ,hree years out Of live. The nature  belter known than ! of this crop will be governed entirely  any other variety I desire to use it by the! condition of .the trees. On  as the illustrating example. Kindly soil' where trees are vigorous and  remember that the soil was uniform bave dark green foliage a non-iiitro-  and  that no irrigation was .used. gen gathering crop,    such as Tall rye  Plot 1.���Old     alfalfa plot, 11-year-   or wheat, may be used; while on soil  Among the many lumbering con-  reins which have made theii maik in  the progressive mdustiial lusloiy of  the inteuoi of Hulish Columbia, The  East Kootenay Lumbci Company,  Limited, stands out prominently as  the, oldest of the pioneei funis on the  "Ciow," and a buei outline of the  lu.stoiy.ma), perhaps, possess a  moie than passing intciesl lo the  leadcis o[ the Wcstein Lumbeiman,  to many of whom, no doubt, tlie, personnel of its dnectoiate and management aie known  StaLtmg operations in 1807, with a  small mill al Cianbiook, 1! c , under  the name and slyJc of The Cianlnook  Lumbei Coinpam, Limited, with the  late Mi Archibald Leilch, a lumbei-  man of wide and vaiied e\peiieiiee, as  managci, the null capacity and winking force at. their comnland, .were  soon taxed to the utmost, to ineel  the ever increasing demand for. the  'manufactured- product of the practically virgin forest,- ot .'which they  held a large, aiid well timbered area  in close proximity to their saw .mill.  Iu 18!)!)! a severe blow was sustained by the, loss of the mill and entire  plant at .Cranbrook by fire. Nothing daunted, however, and with his  'characteristic 'energy, Mr.; Li-itch,  hardly waiting for the embers of the  fire, to cool, at.once made'arrangements For'the erection of a new mill,  aud within a few weeks sawing was  resumed     with     a larger and better  purpose and such 'eneigv did <ju  agemeiit exei I      theinsi ]*,, s, tililt ' '  the    com st*     of a Tew   _m.u , 7,   ' "'  tempoiaiy     mills     had "in,,, ,,',|,1i1,Jl  large and   valuable' trai is of   ,���,,,',!'  acM'uired,  and   t,hc ojieiadcis   ,.   j"',  corrtpany increased to smh ,,n ,\(, '!.  as to    necessitate ic-orK,Uii .Ui, ��� ���  a laiger Scale )t In 1 .02 tins \,,,, ,/  fectui hy   the    founation ,,f \\h. lM  sent company, with Mr   Lukj, <t^\n  at the helm *      .Sawmills, vviib u)(���  attendant holdings  _   weie ptmiu^j  'at, Moyie and Jaftiay, and m I'mi ,,���  additional'sawmill was eiccled        (  Ryan, tltirty-frvc miles wesf (11 c.u,  brook.'     In  1!)07 fire again iwmwiw.i  the plant at     Cranbrook, (|u. 0|[���(s  and staff ,being     tiansfeiud to .J,u  fray,' at     which point' the he-ariipi.'u,  t'ers of the company have suite     r,.  mained.    'A small'mill was pui m A.  Loco,.about six1 miles oyt o[ ��� i','Wl  brook, to cleat up���thp tunln-i icnum  ing in that district. ' ,  The' p^ant at Jaflray  consi*(s    'c;  one t ^double   cutting band   m.-il ;un|  planjiig  'mill,    with    a   eaj.nui;. r���  00,000 i.et,,per day, s��tu.xle<i mi 'i],(/  margin   of"a~   small    mifuinl    'UiVc  Vhich serves, lhe' purpose or, |iund.n���  faluv logs*,   which   are hrnnglit by .],,/  glng tiam   fiom a distance .,(      (,n(.  ti)_fivt'   miles.        Tin'1 ciinni.iiiy i.*.,i,,  and opeiates about  twelve nuK-s,   (,|  Ipgg"1.*; railwav;   with its eipnpmuu  of engines, cars, and othei fanimu,  a special chattel  being held foi  thm  undei the'name o(t��   The East Ki.ni'c  iiay Logging ��� Railway Company .  �� .  'Tl,ie,miil -it Loco is'a lot.'uv","wiU  a daily capacity of"'10,0(10'eel   Tlii-ri  arc no storage' facilities fur the bm.  ber','' which     is shipped   as-.asi'as *  manufactured.       , .'  " The Kyau    plant is, also nnnposul  of a lotary mill,.'with a.upai-iu of r  fi0|000 feet , perday. -  This null    is  also kept busy dining the' season    .ij  filling   orders - frtr tiiuhei ami .i'!'i��r  lines, of plumber   which aie lonslaulli  pouring in Trom   .raihvay rompaiuc.,,  'provincial governments, nn��s anil individuals.,' v"Excellent dining facilities are available Jieie by tlio Muuc,  livery on-which this null is Mtuuli*.!  Ueingt located on  the main line     i.f  Che .Crows .Nest branch 111 each ca-ic,  with 'excellent natuial aiHantat'cs nn  addition lo^good trackage, .there    .���,  .every prospqet for a bright future n>,  enCouiagV tlie" admiiiislralicii!  The. picsent holding of tlie '011-  pa'ny. comprise',, ���abmitaone lmmirul  thousand' aeres, , wit-h an c'.tima'.i'i  tbta"l ' of'l,00b,000,000 fi'et r-f.-s.iu  limber, all'of wjuch'isvot cisv muss  to' suitable>, streams or 'i.uhvav ac  conrmodation. ' *f lluring/tlii'snwin;  'ioason'tho'daily.output.for len hours  of th'e I th\;ecJ. mills now i;i operatinn  is '150,000.'feet, aud.'ih'e cou,iuin*:in'  conleihplating the election of .1 Upland up-to-date mill and pla'il i-'i '���>"  banks ot'the Kootenay mci 1 h-1  miles west of Jaffray  During the sawing season ,1 l.��r'i' ������!  some five lnindrciLmen is m.uii'a'i.cil  with an averages monthh p.ivu.11 fl  $30,000.<* The winter season nnuhi*  an almost similar outhn, wl.oi. >%���  ging_ crews are sent into llie "��� <"'ds  anil contiactors engaged to uct ',111  the nee'essary logs Tor the faUnv-in*;  season's cut," thus lepdenii'* tins  concern an important medium 01 '>r  dilation 111 the territory covnnl 1��  its operations. ' *  A huge and'well assorted sli-ck m  high class pine   and laich liimbM  evcellent, shipping condrtroi   piled,out at the .laffiay iwll  planing mill, which has bnn lemi'c-  arily closed for repairs, will stunu*"  be put mto service, again , wlin' ���  busk< movement of this1 slink win  take;place towards the piamc p1'^  inces in icsponse to the orders wind,  arc aheady being placed to meet tic  heavy demand that is aniinpatid h-  building material dunug the <<>"������"  season.  The managcmlnt ot the Pas' K"  Icnay Lumber companv, Linn'"1. ^  at piesent undei the dnectiou  Malcolm Leitch, ot Oak L.iki  as picsident; A. K Leilch, ,1 so" '"  the late Aiclubald Leitch, of < 'n"  brook, as managci, while  Home, "of JalTiay, II C , still  the position of secietatv, am:  has chaige of the sales depart'" '  11.  'I ln-  Mai'  hulils  ..!.������  ��CURLINj  On    Saturday     last a badh   n-j >'  was waged on the nnl-' at  \Vil.i'i.  '"  tween      the  lo< a!      cut lei s      W'1^1  sent   up    a mils     tnmposid "t ���'  McLccid,      A      S    Moot.*.   U  with  10     Tuniiaclille skip  I" "'  elusions   with     the   lnigation  pain's team,    skipped  bv   ti  iietf,  who   played      C.  Tav loi and V .  II    Ch land  ing" lo "St..el      talk"  ii->ll'"��-       "  defeat  was 111 ii"t  '" ilu      ,  who,   as  M   an.i��""  (,r liitm-' ''"I"  things ..11 '.I'"1  ot 1  i   iu'  11.1   u'i  .1.1  I lllll  \    Hi"  Mivu    '[    ''  Uu'l'l  I  1.1  lit lei  gat ion  boys  tinned      out,  insleai  Iesslv beaten,     had  own. wav  right from  the -sl'n1'  ing out victors with a score oi ���  fi.      fen:    ends'   were play" *"<[^  the credit of      the town  team,  without 'stalwart Fred Stalk"'  George Starke,   it 111ust.be sum  majority     were     holly   eon  '     j  spite or .the      runaway 'lIMH"  .score.     The all   round  livd>  . t.      ���  taken in curling in  thi^jH--;'��'��;t J,.,,,  the  really good ^lotW:-.'^ .'" "      ,.  horf sc.'is  y  next tt'Hil'1.  that  ���oiit'll  nnl  ili>*  shown-during the  promise of     great, games  and   Uiere  is 'no  douhf  what''"  the   rinks sentjfrom' Wiln"1''.  "  pete  in      neighboring     U"*^:  prove very formidable opP'""1'  Mil THE   MOYIE   LEADER  WORKf  or  RAHN  _z___2^  ?.  ,'H  Buffer, am? &rpe,  WHEN, the   fields'are   ilb<= ^iu*t  co~rn and , yoj < fool" inclined   to  entertaln'Mn  an   uii. Hut.r and'  .njoyable  Way. there. Is  nolUiuf? that. _'  deserves your, favor, more limn a corn '  roast.    Indeed,Jt   is'surpiialnt.   that  'comparatively few people know of t|ta (  'dellRlus   of this   open-alr   ent.eriu.ln-    ,  meat;  but   on'-e   enjoved.   Uiere   Is   ��1-  wa>n   the ' delfrrmlnuj'ion    to jKhe   a  ����cund  "performance        ,  ,y.rit of all. lhe'ears must be' picked  *Veii   tender'and    WWri " .ullleleiitly  f c_eap   to   insu're' a   bountiful ^s.ippK.  'or,  take  the"li(rit 'from  Clio  Who  has ,  ,  lUln.decl nrnny roasts,  llio a. . o.lIte Is  , appalling-'   and   the   fun   as  unlimited, '  eo the  supply. ' . (<  Mg:ht ls  the  bust  time   io ��<"* *>i&  "ptrl/,'there;. Is  ft*Jm<jtMnR 'inUescrib-     ^  able  in ,the  llKht  of tho   ili*.wiiid   the  <   Wis,  and   whether  on, the, sailda (-if  the sea or In a clearing til the woods,  ,  the  Joy  Is  ijreat  because^ ol  lhe   do-     ,  parture - f i om Vhe  comentlonul   foun   ,  .   of-entertftlnmcnC. <  .,     Invitations,may he made. ** homo  I-rum cardboard, 'thin enoURli to .bo  folded at the Yvase of the ear In  the diagram, <>ou will cu* iho form  of the car���of corn :.fo-r ti.ii.liii*; lhe  outline Riven, bv ni'.vti*- of emboli  i pape. from the pf-S' to'le* white  , toiud Color the o*.h*t U.if hreon  him the kernels >e-liow, ����d th.n t.ir.i  buck tho cover and write m.ui little  ncTte  on   the   white   Inside   leaf   .-  There are alvvt.vfc '."���- ,!uieioui  hearted scuts who in v .."i',r l" <"'" 'bo  ��oik, and. icmembei, th.- ��"' -ts should  t.�� allowed lo e-i.ierluli .J.'i ��� ll" ' l*tt  iome collect the km,**' .i"'1 "-*"-1" - r'"  i!*e oven, which should Ik mi.li .In u  few minutes brlns sine id ailow il *  lovve. portion to he K**-> -..imp.n l. "��  order to gl*.c a drauf.li. u> iho Ion i.ie  !n��lde The stovi* of the ' u I'l" ' ' >���' ''��������  open After buildln. fl nwil hi'- ''"-'  ears of corn,should bi piev>u,! VX'lh  the husks fcllll on, i ovv'i ei.llK.v_ v lib  mud Put It .ill at mind IK* **>l ''���' <M  not be nfi ml to put leo >' 1. <" "s  sjon a�� the ease Is, cs-+fnp!eie.l i*i se In  lhe tlie. which bv th,- u > 1*''* * ' * ' c  booming   k Purj    the  sit    In   t> <���    '   '���   '  sS.  V  V  \^\  MthMudL  Trie f/mkho/zl  * The Iceman's Card  ���A  ''     ��� , .,    .i^,,ln   has   tome i��  LnlinK omtlct  '   Only'don i'foi net  *r.  '        T n'n.^r -paflo    tl ^0.   hind   or re *>���od��� ��� the t, - re, lorn . .. - ���y   '  1      o       onSu      will,   which   to   ��*- ""*- l��.*- -ki.I, lhl..|.  ��-P;""  _     eveir np s ent�� u.   ini-nt     Not ^ o u.��� ���    ^^ but i  ��� ,  .an   ,ln_   or  l^A��UZ    eMln Aiae.  ana  nation,   onlv  .    ln^.u..ieni    ��ril    eno  t '    to    en li uin ^  pfo, 'e sene.fll'y. but rve.v One c.u.  uv. ,   , .,  lie   iCeiimil   S  Uai U ,.f u, .e _������� ol'y. ^   r*��'* ;����    ;��� coon'.let,* s le*.ce fur afl the- i.,.  HOl'SCWlFKwlthndel'eatebabv       ,0.,,e Uttlc   -stunt     to *ei  people Uut.i . __    . .  to cue  for vves mui 1  trouble bv      !n.    vvhen^ a .dull    monl.nt    seem,    to TW^g.  T  opg   CoUarS  fie   l"jd   cull   of   the   I email,   the       lh cten. ' , ULJ U1��^   i-*CtCC   V.U1 CIJ.O  -------    -"-.'--���>- -����''"��� rTnf(    ,afe     cullJr,    rtn.     jah, i-  .1*.  bait of the tbe. whe.e It en I'-"*1-  .lowlv .end Vt ..��i��W* ,il"r�� '" "  , en��H! '<���"-'.*�� f nine to be ipte- ' "*"  c!r timt) minutes ��H1 * "��"-��.��� "i >n".sl  eis.-s, b��i perauii.il in��po. lli.ii ����' I"*1'  io I'le anxious whether .��m.*.i���h Un��  hJit been allow, il  The h��ido.ed mi'd orVMv !*��� .��-''���  mo'ven ..nl itmovcU. then the 1 u-^  , ,u-l bo luined b,-ck- und lh" n.l's .'J-.  ���,JI!1S, of vL.ii. butter.d V br-iah h .'ur.it  it .uv 1-i'i't -tuit- imd boiled th-. '- *':1  v\^lH*:U��rv foi the bmterii.rf pimo -  V bowl (.1 .in*'U"l I'"'"' "," ���"'' " ,  peppri on the -I.'.' m<* nece^-.u v. .*ud  Hie enjovin el Is issitted  v It is -o mial. l)SUti than pink lAh.t.  , ,i i.,r'i'.iiti .i'id I" it-alUv nnisb W -  uoibic Yiur tnenN will i<-�� '"'" s" lf  ���1 t e It tl v l��".l dotilil I" voi* mind  Of cuf-.* He .nleipiMiiB one- vi.l  ^.,^-e-l ...h.'i bikes md ioast-, but the  , r:,Lil, t. ��� l���:e Hum wtmh .veil v \n  . . ,, ���.t.i ..til.i Pdlli' of er.Lcitulnnient  mm iv vilv.nIiiR ai'd pli.is.anI  J>E727ZZZE7Ei  77E7ZZZ&.  ..... - tlle'luei'   s-'reti h'm*-   wtlljii"   v.ni  c'b'-'ilnr tlie mollies   thought of leiMng t,r   t,ll,the   asbembled   tompanv   tha--     -uu.���  tliere  H  ..   ,,,^0 ..i.ilin *  of  py -  a e*rd ou the feiiec    Novv.eveij   main- \on can guets.any  tune they will drum       u_   ^ f(M%   |,olu^   t>iu,  idL1. will  l-.> <>'i v.  !  -"=ite   lacks   up   with   ifntinttaok"   h WUn their ftngers on the lloor   and after      ar<)   qij  j,,,,',,,,,,   as   |��   f,rtHi>-   li n . >l.  ..ud.beailn^.uch l���,��i,.ton,  ai   ' U*.*. o^^Jhem,*"}" ^ ��,"?. wj Sfi-A* ^WHh'.ot   nnv   of   th.^W*.-   "*   -on-  ,  none,  n.|lk   one  pint-  n*jh.  It  v'ns Im-v e^ f='v,,^'0"e,                                 ,                     .   , ��ln^  late  '..,v  '  salmon      Com;   utuinrd   to   front \Laln,  trv  a descriptive  piece ,an tho     ���     ,., r    ,a|0    *,a,��lUer.*lii�� fs     itio    \vim  -   t    'tve-   trouble    Insure,   quiet   and, P .*  ��t a ^orAhl.    S��"��'h���� kJ^ 0P};T,M       w,.uV.    tl .*  ma, ���>.     ^V,',,,^"". ."7  gve-the'babv   aVMnietosVep    Alto- .X',^. ania^ \tf.hK-  l.lll, and.v, nml.le,     ...    l;   io   ; U ^;-   ���V,! s'1'<l,"���l,\'' ; .e  ..1'ier   It U a W.1 hint fo.  suburban .,���,, ;'"n����..ce   q ��� I. uN ^^       llllIllIler   ,,.<*    ,.tl<"��ls.*   ,��M  ��1  K  h  Lr,-*^--  !'JJ  1  fe-s?r  ^^)��^  J*_>*%s.v*i*i''  MADE FROM PIECES OF'RIB  r. voi-i,,vepiemv nf^^ ^.^.^-r:���vur^'^''-  j    ' Of   llllbO  i        '1   tin    V  and <>!>��� w.ii.deilng vvlal  . oi_..l vou will do vv *h tl*L '  ,., s at the diavvlngs oi.t,.re vou lh u  rei.>e-ell *.Jl a lew oi the p^s-.ll'.ls-  ���' f i   oitue- uf i ibl.on ofter to in 1 isti ijih  a sMilbHCd and keep- the' -klrl u i-  vvr.nk'ed, .'md s. enied wuli the owner.,  t ivi.iue pi-rlmiie  Kibbon that i" >i comhh'.itlon ..f canvas, and s>ilk tan be woven over and  mi di r foi   a scvIlvable  ptlh.w      S-*vv   nn  <r>V����  #*~s  -* */  FABRIC-COVERED JEWELRY  ABOCT throe month- ir" I'*"1  wild  over  whit vva*> ..iliul  Jewelry . live is lli'.V        I"-'  I'.ni    v .   I  I i nine  t  liAtplns    biacclel   via i   ,   '" ll   ���'  ���R���� In  the lonn of   v ii u  " al.  at   "i  '  maclo   of    platlnui'i    win      *>IiumP    " '!  lii'��-oill>ablv   odd and   mnullN'  V.u.t!et vailalloi I- t>�� "'-11 ' "',  IU||.��� Un. v. I... the I.KO Is u.i "  ...mini the U.....O.U.-I1 -.uoo'h'v in.  and   Hi"  tni"    lh.w-.r->   ut   im i  uoik will love to iii t'se one of the  ,���*.* haipi.i- > ���?��- ���' "xtpin with a  1,01 ���   hv. ��    >-oi  ���-'   >h*.    l-c-   uveii    it  ,, ,t Ll.11'1 I UU 1"' "��������' "*��� t,U t0''  '(,    ,       ���     V    is    dolll      I"    I'"-'    '�������>'      '"-  .......    a,..'   Hi-  u.u.    Il..��tr��   ,n      h . -.���11,m���   ctil.l li,  ,... I  , ,,,v'.d   in   b.ivk   .'1   Mloi-ti   1"   ^,'1"-  a vou i-.if'i     \'"��!l"   ���>'"'" ';"���;       <&5��Xi_D^S?5  ���.v  .    ,M,o.   -1."-   "I*"--   l'"    '""l  in,v.Li- .   ���' -li '"  ib' "'-11  llu   .lamoiul sh.p.d   hatpin   is   -Im*  '     lllW1..i   .III.   ih.wsi.d   .ivt.nne  ,.   11*    It-iv   "I"'   '^    *(,''(""    "'  ," .���     .I.MMll,...���    'HVJ.     hU'W"  '��wcl��      Soon  "tliG     fls'iotn.>b      ��.- k  tiled   of   tlili.   md   I'u.ii    ."U>   <" '     "  th�� brlllluni Idea ol   . ��   ��� 'I "���   '   " ,l  k-"1  P��ndant   with   1 .,i       .*���..' 1-llri1 '"   /   l"  th��  renult   that   -oon   l i. .. ms   ')U''C^>.  nil sorts ol  Jcw.miv    tin'   Ireli'iH  tn'ttti  thn   B.imo   vv iv        \-tiilv*   i-  '" " l"-' *  tinn brought oui I).In v..mini ni >'J' Is I"  ���upplv    the  place nl   ".    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' "-J     N '     n%   '''"     '  1-   t<<t    '  r  .'u     , v - ��� ii-    'I    >v"  .   ,-PlOJI  1   f 1 in I i.  "''   will     i      .v.      '    .  I I I-      with     'vi"       >1      I'"   '      b" * '  vv     ,| pe^l     linn Id    I!       md    '111        .'  mul. l    ll    lll.b" 1      I-    *"l    '"    ' i'r '1 '*'    **'r  f ,     d.iv    won, ill  il��� it    uie    >    'K'l     w iv-     >' ,t    I    ' V    t >  "it ilbbo'i o.   the   .on,, ..nt Lo^ u id  K , I  ot, .   i  j th  1,    IS     , ,lhI    e      ,   ���',  , e ,     I  1    VV  <    11'    w   . I  1  V      t    .    I    , 1  I I   \    1  ,e       '    -1   >     's THT3 LEADER, MOYTE, BRTTTSII COLTTMTftA.  -1  T3rrrvrrji,a��,iAt^c.,m-aK*��,j>* ���cj'^KTj^T;-^-r'j^uifcsa��iS3W��;*jaKaiw^a^  wz��aj!3*cr**T~iar"JMm7eKMa  ruM-r^c^rr^s-rM-vy-A ��.>**�������  TBE I0YIB LBABE  JP.iblrslred in the interest of the people  of'.Movie and Er.st Kootcnayl  F. J. SMYTH, F'Ji'i^ni'T-.  Dow,  Fraser & Co ,  Ltd  In     another     column    "will   be  Sure,   You Have Read Theai  '.<UNION fjg/T��_AB��L>  .        iiati.*  or  siuistuii'Tiojt  Pne Year' . '.    .  .    ��2.00  FRIDAY',   FR .RUTHS'-, 2*1. 3011  It seems an anomally to g'o  to a "blind pig-"   for   an   eye  " -> ( I -v  .opener. ' ���  ,   -    ���.���rr. _  'Lowcvy i,ay.? that < Collins  has,saved many a man's life  jin the early jnorning hours.  Mark Twain declared that a  man should do 'one tiring  pach day that hc doesn't want.  Might start in washing-dishes.  I.ast year over .80 per cent  p'f  tli��  iie\v, plays   put  upon  I ( '0tv       " I i.   r s  the .'.stage  were  failures,   but  i       * ���CJ*** - - ��� /        ^ i i   f  ,''Hamiet,,:    '.'East    Lyune"  'and   "Uncle   Tom's" Cabin"  *   '>    , ,  are still al/lc to do-business.*  fjuud     the      advertisement  (Messrs. Dow, Fraser r��fc  Co.,  Ltd.,  of   Vancouver,   General   Financial  Agent?.    Dow,  Fraser  &���   Co.   are  on old established company,  having been doing   business" in   Vancouver for the  last  olevca   years.  They handle trust funds in  largo  or  small aiuounts 'With   absolute  security to tho investor.    On savings deposits  interest J3  allowed  at   4. per  cent  credited  monthly  and miy be   withdrawn   at   auj*  time by  cheque.    ' Five 'per  cent  interest i-< paid on   time  deposits.  Their safety deposit}   boxes  provide absolute safety for valuable?  and  securities.      The   latest   annual   financial ' statement   of the  company show's assets over   liabil-  ities to the public of $S;>,381..t7.<  i  4  '^'  fmy^\  ' The Noiseless   Typewriter  The 'noiseless typewriter .has  made its ^appearance, and where  once a babel of click's and clacks  resbuuded through an office all is  as quiet and-fcranqnil.as a church.  It took a long time for" Samuel P.  Kidder, ah American,' to perfect a  noiseless . typewriter machiuej  and'longer 'for the' invention- to  reach Canada. Now the demand  for them is so great that it is im  possible for the factory at Middle-  town, Connecticut, to��supply ,half  the required number. To one of  a mecLia'nicaLseturn pf ; mind1' the  noiseless machine is of .great 'interest for the tranquility it brings  FSver   read    the    story,ia   the  0f, magazine   adyertisenje*st��.       Is'��  interesting and instructive.    ITu-st  take the heading-:  "Plan    Y"our    Spring   Pah?tiug  Now." ' -     -  , "What Shall X 15**?;,  "Lablaehe Face Powder.   Hasn't  Scratched Yet." ' 9    '  "Have   Von   a' Little  Fairy  in  Vour llomsV"  "Ask the Man .Wlio"Owns  One  He Never Had a Chance."  "No ��� More - Sleepless" 'Nights  'Winchester!"  "CronkedJ.pines*Made Straight.  Ju-st Like New, the l-.cd.ik 'W��y.''  ."Vaseline! Won    Its'' 'Favor  Through ?ts Flayor." ;  "Xow I can J^ear,  His  Masters  Voice."   ,        '    '      {-    '* '*  "Who^sYonr Tailoi?"  "Reduce Your Flush. .There's a  Reason. A Perfect Figure, Built,  Not Stuffed, Catches the' Eye." ���'  '"Let the-Gold JV.nb T.vins Do  Your Work. =., They work While  You Sleep/' - ^}l  Gee   Whizz.  ,Th'e,pervicaeious opinicestry of  the ' Reciprocity, 'philosophasters  will result in the detumescence" of  the hortulan industry and op-'  pigneration by thp operopolists.���  Creston Echo.  When,, Not to  Smoke  By'exho.u-jt.ing bhe salivary se-  scetion smoking before meals, pro-  vent's the physiological action1 of  the ,'saliva on starchy''foods.  Smoking just before going to bed  often is followed by insomnia; be-  causo    the   stomach,   contains   a  i-.i  I. .*:.*.  t'  ' '    'J'C  '  |:  Br  A fanner down J in  Oregon  has made  the'discovery  that  fhe root of alfalfa  is  a  palat-  ' able and very nourishing dish.  ��� -The' -fanner , tried the dish  pn the hired man Msnth gratifying   success.     , It, .will,  be  seen .froin, this that   the hired  *? '      ���  ���man qn 'a farm   is'  useful , in  "more ways   than, one. *   Not  only'is  he1 a' general, utility, ...      P ,   ,.    ,   . .  v    i ; * (quantity of   unnentralized.i juice  man, but, at times  lie'' can sbelwliich irritates  the'mucosa aind  '    'used as an experimental' plant Sives ris�� to ����� s'etisation of hunger.  >  <   "                           . --     - , ^     'IThis distressing consequence may  i'.   "?,^y?- ���"   '\ ^s��� _'     "'    . ���'     be averted by .taking either some  ���'"'';.       '        ' : lfghfc food or a little bicarbonate  ,   ,   Tom Caven is a member  of of sod   b f fc. .     t fc   .  , s. t*  the railway conductors . unionr order to neutralize the   secretion.  aud in years past has frecJeuu-^-Loudoa L'vncefc- -  jTly been   appointed   on   some  committee to meet officials  of  the railway to adjust diffcrer-  ences. It is told of Caven  that he seldom failed to gain  any cousessions he -weut after.  jCaven iu tlie legislature at  ��� Victoria appears to be lceep-  jug tip his record. The .appropriation   for   this ' district  * amounts to $130,000. Mr.  Caven is certainly "worthy of  .congratulation for his excellent work during the session  just drawing to a close.  No Man is Stronger  Than His Stomach  A. strong man is strong alt over.    No, man  can   be  strong- who is suffering from weak stomach with its  consequent indigestion, or fron? some other disease  of the stomach and its associated organs, which im-  , pairs digestion and nutrition.    For when the stomach  is weak or diseased' there is a less of 'the nutrition  contained in food, which is ths source of all physical  strength.    When   a   man "doesn't feel just right,"  when he doesn't sleep we'l, has   an   uncomfortable  ,    feeling in the stomach after eating, is languid, nervous, irritable and despond-  eat, he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength. ,  Such' ��  man should as a   Dp.   Pierce's   Golden Mcdlcsl  Discovery.   Jt cures  disease's ot the stomach and  other  ��� 'organs ot digestion and nutrition.  'It enriches the blood,  invigorates  the liver, strengthens the kidneys, nourishes  the nerves, nnd so GIVES UET.I.TH SAID STRENGTH TO  THE WHOLE BODY.  You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for  this nonalcoholic medicine op 'known composition, not even thou .!����� the urgent dealer  muy thereby make a little bigger profit. , Ingredients printed on wrapper.     ,  ,k*/V^AAAAB^AA'v'y���vV'���'^^  The Wonderful Cure  .Onto Their .Yobs  There seems tcp, be an ingrained  d'esiro on .the part of a pood many  men in this vicinity to "Lick a  Swede.". Judging from, the way  these events always, terminate it  ,w6vtld be wise to give it, up.' The  Swedes seem to be fairly-handy  men.���Hazelton Herald. ,    ,  : BUSINESS. -LG'CALS.  '   '   % '"���..   ' - ,  ���/FOR, SA1JK OR i5RENT���Good  house. Will rent for S>8 a/month.  Apply to Louis 1. A. Macdonald,  Mrs. L.-Macdonald, North "Tavistock street, is prepared ' to   trim j  i and, remodel   hats,  also  fur   and j  I velvet toques.'        _     ���   ' ''   , '   I  1 - jVT'iss L. M. Scott, trained nurse  tof Richwell Hospital', Winnipeg,  is' ready, for ongiigemeats of, any  kind. Maternity., n specialty  Moyie.    ,       ���<��� ' ,  ���> At4:- the Churches;"*'  How Mr.,DobIey Works  ,,.   .   .     .   ���   -i       -'  .   ,',-       ...." , .,.,'-,���  .,-   ;. ���    -   < ���/,;  ������(Finley Peter Dunne in his roii'  tine working .'hour.-, bit. iii an  offico on the top 'oE a well-grown  Now .York' office building 'over-j  looking Unioii - Sipinre, , holpii-g  edit th'e Amerjcan jnigazind' aiidj  coining new Dooleyssms.      Uuring  the. summer -iri'iiillft   ho    wjrk6,  .      ....      .    * ,   ^       .  swims aucPgolfs dowu in M due.  LO. O. F.  '" ->S ~->*S���j��WIl<lqy l.odee No.  **5 x VtfL^uT^  iMeets'Tuesday evenings  in the  nets' Union   hall!      Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  E. L.' Ilurr,      '  ;  F. J. Smyth,  ,   Npble Grand. Sccv'y.  fit. Jingo.,.: r.o(l_c Sn. 37  K. of P.  '���' - ,   '  r      *  >  MeelB evsry Thursday  eycnJDg , in " McGro_cJr  l.all a I S <; 'clock. Vesting brethren welcome'  e ,, . , ,., <        r  ,17. G. Macdoxald;, '    C.',A. Foote.  Chancellor'Com.        K." R.'  &. > S-  Dr. Elnhell's Specific: or "COS" is tlie pnly ��pL.Ciflt.  ever tliseovued locure Wood iwiioti qulqkly <n,,! Sn..  L-tfS5fully. Wc- h'ave secured this remai kalilc hpc'cil i-  "606," '\vhich 1ms been fully test .d ^ml pi.^ed it, he .1  rOilTlVK,cure for the terrihin*jf specific; ]>\<,.,,\ ll!S  ease. "606" is jrow in u-re in our laboratory.' 'KeiritiM.  ber, V6Q6" lias cured thousaiuls of men in lutrt,] ^  most ojf them were cured after first tre .ltnent. -\\\. ,,!t  experienced niedical doctors and know how lo diagnose  your ca^e, using Vou Duiigeni's Blood Test.  * r. ,f  < ' J ^', - i  Write for information.  '   Special treatment for'all other diseases of men:  Nervous Weakness, Varicose Veins, Hydrocele, Blood  ��� and Skin Disorders,-Sores, Ulcers, Kidney, Bladder and  Rectai Disorders, clc, and Contracted Ailments.',  Best Anatomical Museum .In the' Nort'hwest.    '  ''!'',/.'��� h_       " ., |V'-,_,  Or, * Keller's   Museum,  ''      ,, ���, * -    ���',  ��� ,       2L0.ilowiird-St"B (t      /   'F  ,    .-SFOKANE/WaJ,'  "   ,   |  C. P. R. Raises   Wages  As a- result of, negotiations at  Winnipeg lasting six weeks, the  Canadian Pacific railway, has announced a wage increase to employes amounting to more than  51,000,000 a year. The employes  principally affected ai'e the passenger and freight conductors  and brakemen. '  Mr. Aldrifee's Plans  ill  At the banquet in his honor   at  Trail last Monday night   Mr.   Al-  dridgo gave out some inforrnatic n  as to  his   plans   for   tho   1'utuie.  lie says he is going   to   join   two  of his very good ffiends.   William  li. Thompson and George E. (lunn,  who had   moio   of   tins   world's  goods than   his   Sjirialibt   friends  believed was good for* them.    Tlie  three of  them   were   "broke"    together a few   years   ago   and   Ik  was enough of  a   bocialUt  to   b>*  ready to divide with   them.      Mi.  ^ldridge  described    his   visit   tc  Mexico    to   some   famous   in in.",  and also to the   Inspiration   mine,  of the   Guhn-T qnips-va. .company  in Nevada, where 22,000,000   ton.*-  of ore was already developed a��  i-  star.ieiyand of which hn had bo-1!  sleeted  mmagiug   director...   T,  anothar t)unn-Thornp?on.property  there wore'15,006,000 tons   of  or'  in sight eo'iitaming more   than'   2  per cont copper.  Suiag for   Libel  Vou are probably aware' that  uneumonia always results from  i cold,but you never heard of a  2old resulting in'pneumonia when  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy  was u-ed. Why take the risk  when this remedy,may be had for  i trifle.  eFor sale by all dealers.'  "When her child is in danger a.  woman will risk her life to pro"  tect it. No great act of heroism  or risk of life is necessary to pro-  i-ect a child from croup. Give  ChamheiIain's Cough Remedy and  ill danger is avoided. For sale  by all dealers.  r  So.  So.  P.  .513  R. Time Table  Westbound  No, :]1 I  So s  Local  Kjo-Spokane  Easlbound  Local  Soo-S[K)knno  a-        ' catholic: church      , v  ' _ j ~- ,., " ,'��� *i  ���-First  Fridays!' ^ ^.Morning * pra-'  yer, communion at G a. m: Mass"  and 'instruction at '8:30' a.' m.  Rosary, instruction and 'benediction of tho blessed sacrament at  7;30 p. m. ' >   ' ��� l  x Third Sundays. Mass and sermon 10 a. m. Sunday school-'at  2:30 p. m. Roaary, sermon and  benediction of the blessed sacrament 7:30 p. in.  REV. FATHER JOHN".  o     ' " (Priest.)  PllESBYTEUl'.VN     OIlUUCII.  Sunday school and Bible class at  2.30 p. m.    Evening Service at 7:30  p. m.   A hearty welcome to all.  REV. G. A.   HACKNEY, B.. A.  (Pastor)  f, '   -     Land "Act    '    i   o   '  CRANBROOK LAND' ''DISTIlfrT,  dis rurcT of east jcoot'enay  SolKIilf    r.'bilKi-,   N��, 3��  A. V.   X" A,, ,M. " ,.'  Regular .meetings  7m'' (he "fiisfc, ,Wed-  ���nft-dfly 'of/' each  m fm th.'  Visiting ��� b'reth ren .jveleorup. '  \\-   J.).,A.. Xyres, W. Jr.   ���  '    '  Amos, Potter,,,Secretary ."  IJHSACI.NIKJt   >UltUS. il*pii��.iM--i_  [,iir;61' sample room" ip * counoction  ���.villi house for cornmerci*il(mca. Besl  of u'jcomniodiitioii.    ..v  j \v.,   -        ,  _  i      ''*' -,      f    *    -**,    *  HiHulquiirters 'Jor   Com-  -  . *'     .1 ,'       i-  '   r f  '   -,  ��� i     ��� merciitl and-ftliiiingMcii, i'  QUBKNS AVE A   - .   ' '    TyiOYfE  1 TAICI*; XOTIC1?' thiit^ CInrence, II.  McDougall, oc.vcupaii'Mt riinin.. Tiagir  neer,'acinic; as agent for (ihe Consolidated , Mining ' & - diiR-lling ' Co., 'of  Canada, I.lil.,"intends, to^apply'for permission to purchase the following' de-  scribed land:���'<���> - , ' -'  \ Comiiieircing'at a post planted at the,  S. W. corner of lot 4419,' tlrencei West  10 chains," thence; South' to lot 4416,  thence Nortli" along the West ^boundrics  p�� lot? 4416, 4415 arid-���4049 toMot 44-19,'  thence West to point 'of comnjencement,  arid containing 20 acres, more'or less. .  ' c Signed,* '" *  CONSOLIDATED MIKING & SMELTING CO.       ' '    -" '   ,*     ''      '      '  By C. H. MeDOUGAIyly, (Agent.)  Dated this ISth. dav of February, 1911.  METHODIST   CHURCH  , Sunday school at 3 p. re.,   Eveniug   service    at'     7:30.      Subject  '.'A Friend Loveth at AU Times."  'REV. J. W. MILLER, B. A.  (Pastoi)  cents a day ���  buys an  Moyie   Miners'   U'.iifoii  '    .'.No. 71  w, Ffoi'M.  ,���  ' i , <'       ��� /,  greets in iMinei's''' Union ,11 ill' ey-  cry Satur'day -eveiribg.-' Spjoiirn  i'ng membei's are coi dially invited  to attend..-..., ' '* y1  1   ��� ...-   ��'  ,' - ,-   .      i    >.  > ".. i ... ' o..      ...  Joe "McLaren'        " -James Roberts  "    President.    -  - **>,     C*' Secretary  "Rarvey,"'.V .BlcCiartei:K&.  ''  *'���;. I Macdonald. ^ .'*  v Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries,.Etc  Cranbrook.'  -   -*   B. C.  W. P. GTJRD,,  ^   ' V '  "BARRlgiEIt, SOUC1TOH, ETC.  CR.VNBROOK.' ' B.  ST5XD*YOU'li   -WOH1&'TO  THE  -*: .-KOOTENAV -)\'  )   STEAM''f \-[\.A  -' laundr^;:,: .;  v '  ��� r      ���   4'  *  '"'"   '���   -KEL'SONc . ;. ,-  ,-     -  ,'AU White Labor1.''   ,."���  BUY  YOUR  Cigars  Tobaccos' < ,  Ff���git;-and ���;  '��s" '"# '"*' *  Confectionery  prom  Ai % Stewart  fi3ave woik with"*the"*Ideal-agent  -   - - . ' "' -' :\ ���"   , ���'���;- "       ,-  ' ��� ���. a.'B;.stewarT'V'-  1 , * f ti     .     ���C��(��il  f J      ��� *<lj   "     ' . 1 \,      *  c  DR. ��. E. MILES  i> - i* '  '^Dentist,  Cranbrook, jb, C.  George H Thompson,  -^ Barrister,    Soi^icitor,  - Notarv Public, &q.  CRANBROOK,       BuitISR Columbia  W. K,. BEATTY-  Embalmer and Undertaker,        ,  Phone 9.        - CltAiNBJUJGK  1:20 p. m.  ^:."JSp.m|  2:r,8p. m  5):30 p. m  METAL   MARKET.  Xnw York ���Uar silver,  T>2 et=.  Lend $-1.50.  London-���Lead, ��13  ���'^%$$$drg OVER ('5 YEARS'  ^S^f^pi^l^. EXPERIENCE  Harry   Howard,    who   recently  'lost his licence for (.lis   <'.,!SM!-,po![.  tan hotel   nt  Ulairrnorc:.   !rH   on  tered suit against   the* . U]a;,.,���,,,.,.  fiii-terprise   1'ji-   $1."i,')'i0   d.  jfjr libel,  nn i;.;..s  '^^f  Des;gn3  Anyone nontlir.ff c Rhcirli nnd f*eflcrInMf>n may  qiiiVV:ly .���^���'���'.'rl.ii.li' (tur *��;��iiiIoti- free Trhuthor jim  Invt'iti i��:i tti iiro.iriMy i>rn<;tn.nhlo. Coniinuntrji-  tiuiif HirlcMyr'mMdonHrJj JJANOBOGK on i'air-nto  eont- lrf.}, (iMcuj jiL-c;icy f .'ur eot-.j-iuer natynu.  i*)iic!it.9 tub on titifjcL*lli Jlunii *i. Co. r'jculvo  Biirrizl notice^ wiiliont clmrwOi tatuo  Scleinific Bntricatto:  A lirj-jflavrnciy !Ututra1.v\ wrditly. T.ari*i*r.t o,\i.  t'.'l'.'vlton OI any t-'-i nt I'll* ]"i:rii:;l. Ttiu;** !�����������  <:.i'i;ui.t, "Bi'i.Tri ;l ycur, j-oetaKc j.-upni:!.    .*^oUt liy  a-i n*.".Vhiit-.i!i v��.  fflliNN h\ Co.3fi-BreaiiwaV'Hew York  'iriiucU yillco. 03J if BU, WrsIiIokiou. I). C.   '  V ' VfeHnfis^^l  i \ ! -5-1. ���">/" J I'wi^-^iV^ " ^,  i:\yn    Ui;  small, payment down  and easy, installments  for balance.    Sao  .-. -F. J. S'lBYTH'-V-  T.ocul Agent, -'MOYIE  drewallir cheque &*  | on time Deposits of-  i Spmon^ltshover.*  % \k invest raorxf for clients  j in. ursT. mtTrtga^cs 5 fo a  !| (-SencrdliTnaiicialksmesa.  WewfirilTSarsamssGcciil ||  /p*,  �� ifpu are not saviu^ -   M.  f-|   syaTcmaVically, - * ��� -  ^   Commerce HOW WflhUS. *&  Deposits \jy mail ^^T��   v|  + ->������*��� easily "ha ntrleS ���   >jf  ���Youaiiisea9 "b^Draft, O  pyat (9(fice ���*��� Caress   ^  Letrer & withdrawals   hi  can be madT^-* -*- ^ + ^v  * * BXVf A^ YOU A��IS11.  Wear? Re^onsible  ReferW+**'^ ���+���*���  Duns^radstreeTs,  or To aEyone iti-*-  VMGOUVER;;;  Write, no about it to-^a/  ���Do-itiw!!!'!!  321 ^mjmBtmt,  .^Var\co\iver B.G.s\  X. T. McVllUu.0.i:,l��  1^3.    It.   V. 1'urker, (.:  K  McVITTIE & PARKER  Provixcial Land Survevint,  RAILWAY   &   MIXING   OCINKKKIXO  Esiimafes Furnished.  OFFICES  Fort Steele P. O. Llox 2.5.  Cranbrook P.O. I3ux 11.  ', Shamrock_ Creaaaery'Butter "'.'  Saamrock Leaf Lard ���  ' -  Shamrock Hams /.  and    ,  Imperator Bacon        ,< .'  1(    a   ' ' '  For sale hy  all   first  class  grocers and.'  BURNS'& CO. lM  moyie;       B. g.  A,\   '.xDENTIST  The Expert Crown-and  Bridge  "..  -.-    .*' Wcrksr.-  i   t ��� ���  v/pffiqo over Mv. Short's ������'���  "' Wall, rJ?aper   -', Store    <  Armstrong,Ave.V   - 'Cranbrook,  " ;   * -:-"(ST01v;\T,THE-  COSMOPOLITAN  1   '        WHEN IN  ,    .     CRANBROOK  E. H. SMALL, Manac'cr.   .  Oood rooms, food  tables and  bur  n'ud firsb class sample rooms.  , ^Ve' Are Agents   for     s  THE P1TNER LIGUT1NC CO.;  .' of Chicago, aud have a  complete   stock    of  Gasoline   Chandeliers,  Arc     Lamps,  Mantles, etc!  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  Section  49.  Notice is heieby Riven, tlmfc on  (.he 23ul day of March next, application -will bo made to tho  Superintendent of Provincial  Polico for the tiansfer of (lie  licence for tho sale of lir-uor by  retail in and upon the promis-cb  known as, the Kootenay Hotel,  -liLuate ab Moyie, Uritish c> I i m-  bia, from McTavis-h it Cameron, to  Alexander D, Cameron of Ikitis'li  Colnnibin.  M^ited this 9th day of February,  191,1. ','  ���'McTAVTSII-.it CAMERON, !'  Hold er of Licence.  ALEXANDER, D. CAMERON,  .���''.. Applicant for Transfer.  Por Sale  . ������ ,|,  ,   *  A few l.lritish Columbia horae-  nteads oi 100 acres each at ^7.50  per acre. One dollar per acre  cash, balanco over three., years.  Hero is your opportunity���write  at once for particulars to P. O.  Box 1750, Vancouver, P.. C.  The  cheapest  and  best 'light on  the mai ket.       * ,.       '   .  J.  H. RINGROSE  Sole agents for Southern I-. C.  P.O. Box, 155: NELSON  O p. DESAULNIER.  JJKAtEIt   IX  wi m i a.  ;,-     "PEOMrT DELIVERY.  Q,ueeDs'Ave.      MOYIE  St.. Joseph's   Convent  ^ ' . NELSOK*, B. C.      f  jioarcling and Djij* School concluded by Sisters of Sfc. Joseph, Nels-on,  11. C. Comniorciul and biisiue-H  courses n special Ly. Kxcellence mi'l  swift progress chiiractei.ize each ill'  piirlmont. l'urc?iita slionld writ*' ft''*  purticuliirs. Oiic nionlli asauri'H '1"'  public of the thoroughness of '>*i  Sisterti' mullio-Js of teaching. Term**  coium.aco Jununr.y, April and t*11 '-  Pupils are ndmiited during tl.c  term.    ���  loyie Hotel  P. F. JOHNSTON Prop.  Thi.s hot'.l i', new and well finished.  Tin* tallies am supplied with lhe  !,i.*'-l Ihc- m.ukut .tlToids. 'i'lic b.-ir  i^ filled uitli tlie besl brands of  liquors and cigars.  ir<*:id([uarlcrs for  Commercial and Mining Men  Mo.yiii- : '-,--'.-'.-. -:   b. C  entlemen  If you want anything' in die  line of clothing- or men's ir-i-  nishing-s, trv  INTERNATIONAL    :  .HOTEL,'- ���'  This hotel is    now under A new  ' riiiiTingement, and is first class  in every respect ���   ,  ,  M. J.   BONNER, .v'  I'lJiiPIMKTOn    .-      '  ���  ��� ,1  Yivtoria Street. J.UOYIF.  THE TAILOR  ���.   We carry in stock; the goods  to;'make   an. up-to-date   stnt  .made in town,  or ire can  g<4  ���a.iit  We  yon a special .ordered  in ad c to your measure,  have ready-to-wear Cauipl"-1 i -j  c-othiiig, "the best made ^d  fitting, clothing in Canada-  Cf


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