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The Moyie Leader Jan 15, 1910

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 K  STtX%-Ti'-*  Stanionery Sale.  We have a nice lot. of  stationery  in  fancy ^  ,   '. boxes which we .will sell  Saturday Only at 25c a box.   'tone, box to a customer.  ' "''e.-q. qwynne.'- .:;  ..���'Vegetable's. ���*'  Carrots, .Cabbage/Turnips, Beets,-Parsnips:  ���/Fruits., :"' .: ���  '���    -Apples, Oranges, Dales, Grapes,' etc'   r ,  ���  .'   'All fresh goods. \ No'frozen'stock. (.  ,'-','.',     ,       '' *   <���''    '  '���- ���,Get tlie habit.    - Goto ,  CROWE BROS; &  ' We can offer vou some excellent investments  in   land  for  Lall iiiouUiH- pay.ne.Us of  $5.00 ' 'I-nd, ��J *^��  Vestment  today,   it   is sure lo mcrcase m value a��d is per  ���fteUysife.'  Invest your  savings, witn   us. ,^Vnte   us   for  full: iufoi-uiatioii.      ,    i ''',*'    ���>' ,<a  BE&-LE & ELWEL.L, f  Cranbrook,' B. C.  Two Winners of Trade are -  Old Coiuntry'Tea  v;"/v;-',:'; '.f* v  ^������;,  .    .    -   , ,,r. and  *  * r, ' % "' * "*. *��� '������'"'  Meiriado .Java"; Gppe.  ���Better-at any Price Anywhere.  ' at!  /^*|p  d o  ?*#* iJ ���'. 'MOYIE'S    LEADING    HOTEL. ��  W��i*$����, "A ��� '  2*  i W^*����,  I  ������1  '3  I  ' The best of accommodations     .  for- the Traveling'Public.  Billiard Booms.  Large and Commodious Sample Rooms.  McTAVJSH & CAMERON  Proprietors.  % K  ,-r-zj-r^^ ^^jr^^v /jx 4* i*^ r^-^-A-^r <gr ^"5"5��J9��9��5�� ^ f  I  i  '-r  ?  _'��h^\ **.  Beginning- Monday, the 10th, aud continuing  for* 0 days, wc will sell at cost '250 pairs of  .women's and children's shoes.  Kegular $5.00  3.50  3.25  shoes  for  $3.50  2.25.  1.75.  Took, an Overdose,  ' Geo, Hedley, who took an overdose of poison, believed to' be  cocaine, yesterday; died this morning about two o'clock. ,Hedley  hud been washing dishes at tbe  Central botel - for'' about two  months, lle^was about 32 'years  of age', and, had been out from  England about six years. (  Moving Picturp Show.  - Moyie is to' have a moving picture show every evening1 commencing next week, probably  Monday. Arrangements,for 'tliis  are now under,way, arid;the show  ,will be' opened in the store formerly occupied as the Conservative, .'committee ' rooms. The  theatre will bo under ��� the management of V.. Chapman, formerly, -of NelsoniJ ,    ',  ��� Attending Brother's, Funeral. '^  ,i       ' ���~���**��� * .*  ' P. J. Smyth receivedV message  last Sunday, from Walla Walla,  Washington^'to .the .effect tbat  ��is brother, E. A. Smyth, had  dieil suddenly, and left the following day for that' city to attend  the funeral. Tlie .'following is  from the" Walla Walla Bulletin  of January 10th: .    -  "Edward ,' A. Smyth, pioneer  ���rancher-and saloon man, of this  city, died in a'local "hospital yesterday noon of pneumonia. Death  was sudden', Mr.'-Jsinyth. having  been sick but three ?'days. 'Mr.  Smyth camet'o Walla Walla oyer  twenty years ago.1, During  ,the first few years after coming here he ranched , on ' an extensive scale' in the'' Snake' river  'country.. Edfc' later"he ' entered  the saloon business in this city.  A'.ftjw years ago he,' retired from  active business. While here he  owned and managed three saloons, the' Enterprise, Progressive  and the Paragon. IIo, was a  native' of" Canada, 53 years old,  and is extensively known  here."  Mayors Elected.  NELSON���Harold Selous -reelected by 11 majority over J.  Irving and 126 over G. Hale.  ltOSSLAND��� John Martin elected by 29 majority over J". W.  Gregory.  KASLO-J. W. Power, mayor,  by acclamation.  T11A.IL��� G. F. Weir, re-elected  by acclamation.  REVELS rOKE���Dr.' Hamilton,  elected by 112 majority.  VANCOUVER��� L* D. Taylor,  editor of the World, elected by a  large majority over Mayor O.  Douglas.  VI CTOR.IA���.T. A. Morley was  elected mayor by a plurality of S  over the second candidate, John  A. Turner. Morley polled 1-497  votes, Turner HS9, Oliver 1031  and Henderson  2S1.   Board of   Trade Meeting.  |     ���   GENERAL" FLOAT        |  sjee��6eee���*eee��eeeee6��*6e-9��aai*  The population of Medicine Hat  is 5,000.    ' ' ���  Alex. Sproat is now a   resident  of'Victoria.  Spokane capitalists will start  a  baukiu Orient.  ' Lord Kitchener wiffvisib B.  next summer.  C.  TJruco  White -is  mine in Republic. ���  managing., a  ���   Over bnek,<thousaud'IIiudus are  out of work in Vancouver. ,  France has established a  high-  school for, aeronauts.     '  A roller" skating  rink is  to be  started in Prince Rupert.*'  At Ivelowua. the- Royal  has been refused a licence.  . hotel  ,M. K. Rogers is developing the  Hidden   Creek, mines' near    Port  r,.U     -    ���*> '.      , I  Simpson. .','-.  ^.mm.^m r  I '     -.* I     '  It takes 50" cars of eggs a year,  to suppy the miners in the Coeur  d'Alenes*"- *      *    ��* ���  K. S. Garrett will  printing office' in  shortly.  opeu  a job  Cranbrook  King Edward's string, of racehorses earned $100,720 for him last  s* * > i fl.  year.,     ��   ,    ��� "      .   "!  .A sturgeon weighing two, hundred pounds will give forty  pounds of Russian caviar...,  . Nearly , sevetf million/ person!  attended ��� tlie Paris' Exposition  Umversellc'of 18P7. ,   '    /   ''   ,"  In   order   to   make   room for our new clothing  wc  have 60 20th Century suits to sell at cost or  under.  jEtegular   $30.00  suits  now $23.00.  28.00       " "     20.00.  25.00      .".--..      "      18.00.  Come earlv,and get 1st  choice. -��� ������-..  %r .'i  <*o  >1  imperial Ban!  ' Capital  Aiitliori/.ed---   Capital lvaid Up������   Reserve   Fund-  Canada.  -$10,000,000.00  ,.���5,000,000.00  ���-5i000.000.00  A meeting of the Moyie Board  of Trado will bo held in the Leader office next Monday night at  8 o'clock sharp. Election of officers aud other very important  business will come before the  board. All who have an interest  iu tho town should bo   present.  Harry Steuart Sells Farm.  '" '-������/"���-"���' .' ���:  Harry Steuart has disposed of  his farm noai* llolbrqok, Oregon,  and he and his family aro now  living in Spokane temporarily.  Mr. Steuart was for several years  foreman of the St. Eugene mill.  Taking a Vacation.  ��� Canada receives three hundred  and fifty thousand dollars, a year  from her canals.  At Christmas time ifc took 223  people' to handle the posfcoffite  business in Winnipeg.  David Warfleld, the most profitable star 611 the stage today,  is said to make $250,000 a  season,  Moyie Wins.  f   -  _  An enthusiastic crowd of hookey  lovers greeted the contending  teams of Coleman and Moyie puck  chasers at the rink here last Tuesday January 11, and, because both  weii3 flushed with recent victories a hot game was anticipated.  This was certainly realized,as the  ���work wa= fast and furious, so  much so, that there* were . several  players on both sides pent tu . the  fence for breach oE the rules.  At the close of tho first half the  score stood > to 2 and the very  air'.was tense ,w,ith excitement,  butto the "disgust and disappointment of practically all the spectator*? the'- game; was a't an'end.  One of Coleman's' players who  had notj been feeling - well,'found  that he' was in no "condition to  continue arid the wearers of yellow and black' wanted' Moyie to  drop of a man and play eix men  'only. This was declined although Moyie expressed" willingness' to allow Hogan, Coleman's  spare man,-to play instead of  White, who was sick./ The Cole:  man boys would riot' agree; with  this and Moyie would not'.consent  to drop a player. After waiting  the required time the Moyie ,boys  put the puck between'"the undefended posts arid' obtained the  necessary goal to claim the game  One of the arguments advanced  by the' Coleman team was tliat a  judge of play should "have  been appointed but as-,this had  not been done during Rny of- the  preceeding games, not do the rules  call,for one, it was deemed out of  order.,  "   The' action    of ,-the   Coleman  players ftench    to" decrease  the  popularity of*the "game, and from  the  spectators  point  of  view  it,  was regretable. '        '* :  After the game a spr.ead was  given at' the Kootenay \ hotel  at which both teams spent a few  pleasant hours. ���  Referee, ,Wm. Oliffe. Timekeepers, Kamui of Moyie and  Mclntyre of Coleman. '  Lvlfc/ llO 6 0  w  \1'l  *>ft "��>V'*����V''^*-S:-^-2fc2  Warm wool grey olankctSj 7 lbs to pair,^ 60x80 -_  inches, blue borders, .nicely'finished. '   A   little/"  heavy on .this   linelor   lime ofr year.      Special'  , prices for a few. 6days   to   reduce, the   quantity..  ''*'-'. , , ' < \ c.is  Flannelette Blanket- Sheets in grey and while 10-4, ;1M> ^  ���''      *��� -   .      - * ^ ( - ,' j.:  Warm wadded comforts of eyery sort and price.'    ', h\ !  0/ ��� " 1 ��! *���*-  '        '    ' ,      ' ��� ���' "     '     ���       '���" fk\  t** (      . ' , .    r-*-*      r  ., ,.     -        .�����  ��>���-  ���.:   - ���,'     -   ���     ..     '     ,   "    #v  ��� '���   '    ������,. ," '��� .'-'���   ���    ���      - - ,' , ,; '^v  '&'  MacEachern & Macdonald.  Of two hundred arid four thousand post-office employeesju England, forty-four thousand ace  females.  The missing Dr. Cook is now  in Germany perfecting plans for  an expedition to the Arctic re-  gious next year.  Chas. II. Moyer, president of  the. Western Federation of Minors,  brands the I. W. AV. movement  "an absolute ftuluec."  nogs are worth something in  the Palouse country. A hog that  weighed 7i0 pounds recently  brought its owner $01.10.  Between Jaunuary and June  oue hundred and fifty thousand  live cattle were landed in England from the United States.  BRANCHES   IN  BRITISH COLUMBIA-  C ranbrook, Arrowhead. Golden. Kmioops, Michel.   New   Michel  Fernie, Nelson, Revelstoke. Victoria, and Vancouver.  Drafts and Money  Orders sotd  avaible in any  part of the World  i    Savings Bank Department.  Interest allowed ou deposits from  date   of deposit.  |mOYIF/BRANCH.       J. F. M.   PIMKHAM.   Manager-  J.    C.   .Kemp,    surveyor     aud  draughtsman at   the  St.  Eugene,  left last Sunday for London, Eng-  lland on a three mouths' visit.  Will go to Rossland.  Nat Goodwill, actor-broker has  been hard hit of late by Wall  Street. "Nat" is dabbling in  mining stocks, and the bears took  a big bit out of him.  When James J. Jeffries ends his  preseat tour of 10 weeks of exhibitions, the amount' of money  he will be enriched, according  to conservative estimates, is  $54,000.   ���������'.- ���- /.     '.-'..  In all probability two hockey  teams, a senior and intermediates  will cjo to   the   Rossland  carnival  ���hi..:h v  ill bo keiii nes-i; month,  There is nearly a, famine ,in  eggs in New York. So few strick-  ly fresh eggs are coming into the  market and that it is almost impossible to get them at any price.  The top retail price for the best  eggs ranged from GO to 70 cents a  dozen.  The police of Spokane have  stopped music iu Pfister's beer  garden. A lady orchestra ot  eight pieces played there and  light lunches were served.  Pfister claimed hia place was a  restaurant, but the police declared itla beer hall, aud cut out  the music,  .Fink Elected.  J. P. Fink by a substantial majority has again beeu sustained  in the niayoralifcy. He will have  with him as councillors, Dr. F. W.  Green, Jos. P Campbell, P. De-  Vere Hunt, D. J. Johnson. Jos,  Jackson, and G. W. Patmore,  George Johnson being the' only  one of last years councillors seeking re-election who was defeated,  polling 14 votes less than G. W.  Patmore, the only candidato not  on the Fink ticket ' to ��� secure  election. The outcome showed,  however, that the electors of  Cranbrook city were'" pretty  strongly disposed to stand by  Mayor Pink and his ticket, iivo  out of six oE the member of his  ticket being sustained, the sixth  man being defeated by a few  votes by the one candidate on  the Fiulay ticket, who was generally conceded to stand a fair-  chance of election.���Cranbrook  Herald.  Buys at Edmonton.  i     .,.��������i^ i- , ,-  That the'Canadiau, Pacific railway-has secured by purchase a  large area in the north-west corner of the Hudson's B.iy com-  pany',-3 reserve at Edmonton is the  authorative information that has  been received from an. unquestionable > source.. The property  purchased by the Canadian Pacific railway is to be used for. yards  and workshops in connection with  their lines into the.northern country. , Tlie purchase will insure to  Edmonton a large railway' popu-  latiou in connection with this rail-  cway and will increase the prestige  of Edmonton as the railway center of the vast west. Trie reserve  is assessed at a"valuatiou of $1,000  an acre, and &s this portion is  we?l above the average in price,  there is little doubt but the figure  is largely in excess of.that price.  Winter Carnival.  Preparations are being made  for tho big winter carnival which  Rossland. will hold ou February  8 to 12. Some of tlie features are  hockey championship of 13 C, ski  jumping, championship of Canada,  skatiug, champiouship of the  province. There will also he  tobogganing, , curling bonspiel,  horse races and other  events.    t i *       ^  I r      *  . Enterprising Firm.   :  ' . , '   "  One of the best known  business  men in the   Kootenays   is, A.,   K   '  Watts ' of  Wattsburp,   president  of the Watts Manufacturing co'nir,  pany, with P mills   and   plant, at-.  Wattsburg in E ist Kootenay aud   ,  at   Proctor    iu  We3t  Kootenay. ���".'  While primarily  engaged in'1, tho  lumber business, the Watt-i ;.jcom-  panymakes'a  specialty  of   wire- ;  wound wooden/pipp., *�� The   manufacture of this/has beeu  carried-  on for some years- at Wrvtts-sburg  and the  product  of  the  factory  has met with   such  a  ready 'salt*  that the   company  has   been   un-'  able'to keep upwith the demand,  The increased demand for pi pin p.  has led the company to undertake  the installation of a pipe phuit, in  connection with its mill  at  Proctor, taken over a few months  ago  from   the Proctor   Lumber * coin-  piuyl,   This pipe-making plant  is  almost  ready  for  operation and���  will be in evety  respect as  complete as it can  be   made,  so   that  the company hopes from   now on  to be able to more fully cope with  all orders which may bo sent to it.  Tenth Annual Ball.  About 00 couples attended the  dance of the Odd Fellows'' Wednesday night and- everyone enjoyed themselves to the, fullest.  The hall was artistically decorated  and the music was the best that  could be procured. The commit-'  tee on arrangements presented all  members of tha order with a  neatly printed;' badge. Messrs.  McTavish and Cameron, of the  Kootenay hotel, served a splendid  supper. The musicians, Prof*?.  Chapman and Salmon aud Mr.  Kamm gave excellent service.  ' Never Such a Crowd.  Mr. Pugh���"Never  saw. such   a  crowd at our church before."  Mrs. Pugh���"New miuistei?"  ���MrJ   Pugh���"No;  it   was   burnt  ���flown last night."  Burns' Anniversary.  What's the matter with the  Scotchmen this yeai? Only a  few days are left .before the an-  nireisary of "Bjbbie" Hums and  nothing has yet been done to  honor the occasion which is January 2a th.  Extra large bntth-s of   Rowat.i*  pickles 30 cents, at Crowe Eros.  'Dry"   Burns.  Fire broke out in the "dry" at  the Josie mine iu Rossland, tho  property of the Lelloy No. '-i  company, early S-itunLiy morning. The building was gutted.  Tn the "dry" or change room,  were the working clothes of the  morning and afternoon.shift- and  the clothes of the men at work a:  the time. The d.uuvge Lo Liu  company's property i�� covered by  insurance. The cause of tho lire  is not known.  FOR SALE:���Mantle folding  bed and mattress. l\ici- $12.  Apply at this office. '<  Stock Taking Sale of  ���';���.* Ladies' Underwear.  In order to clear in these lines   we   will  sell   at the following- low prices.  '    $.1.90,  1.50.  Suits  ii.  $2.75  2.00  1.50.  now  23  1.00.  '-.-95.  These prices are special for one week  so don't fail to take advantage of these snaj  only.  us.  Daylight  Store.,  ROBERTS & ME5S1NGER  j5gjg*��33**J��'"KM*=^-^^  B^��5SgS5SV*pla��,5  -h^SSsT'' r��>'  ��\      i- i  i ;  ���/���*      "'  ���:  Tii K_ l -KAO-iiK, MO\i J'^ 1ji{ J        ^^L=��*---~*^^  r���'�����'>-J1^*��-'-"*  ,-==-=. -ir^r ^s-���-'-'���-*���  '111* Mj|| V     H if      N  -���  Llicl.cd in iln'interi'tst ol ihi i-eojiU  of \Lnvii- .iimI Ens'. KiuMen.iy.  1>\ J. SMYTH,  V'Ji.L is-,  ���3:11.1..  .IkiL v.. '-1< 1 y gowned, in the  '"���a'rb of '.ho grey rums, are now  ' on their way to resume work '  'anon';'ihe Indians al Isle la  . Cross-.-. ,i00 miles north of  jFy.v.u; Al  I Albert  j�� "' Do You Feel Tcis wayr  11 MIC v_j4i,jL/_i^ C>  rm   or  sL-i: *ri.i."ii.'.N  ��� 0V'������;'  \lb_rt.      Prom "Prince  they   have    to'   make  'their w-iv over'the .prairie and  ��� stream -. 'iu the primitive niari-  [ ner of the pioneers, sleeping in  ���&2.Q0    ! the open, till' their long, jour-  ne\ is   accomplished.      When  -.= f\  SATl^lll^^IA^I^KHO^^^^   dcstilialioir^s    refichcd,     J^  ' ��� .i there, *-ul off from the rest  of  ���--Tius "is ll;e season' of ^^^ 1 i_lif--\v<r*rkl, they \y.ill give then-  year w^hen "Moyie, cnls  s0-"-10''[k-'sl ' c nergics.   perhaps   their  , i  ice. . 1  f~~\'14   make you a ditterent inaivmusi.    it. �����" ���-������ .���*---      ,- ,  \\ E woric. It will set things right* in your sto.i aoU, anil  / |\ your appetite will come back. It will purify ��"f nIO��*'  / /�� If there i, any tendency in your family toward con*u���Ptwn,  I -.it will keep that dread deUroyer a��ny.    liven alter con  '      ' umption has almost gained  n foothold, in the form   o    a  linicrinS cough, bronchitis, or bluing at' the lungs, it w,H brnS about a  cure ip W per cent, of all cases. ��� It is a remedy prepared by Or. ��� >�����"������.;  ���'orBu'iTaiJ, M. Y., whose advice is given free to all who wis.i to *-rile Jim.  frcQt .ucces. has come from Ms wide experience and variedP���f>��. substi.  %on!t be wheedled by a penny-grabbing dea ler-into taking -"�������� ubgr.  \utes for Or. Pierced medicines, ^�����^<^>eve^Sn"e^ printed  1'ierc.***, medicines are on known composition.   Their e*.cry in re i  .... ThVir wrappers.     Made   from 'roots without alcohol.    ���~on,u'" n*��-  for-n inj d ugs.    World's Dispensary Medical Associate, BuflUo^N^V.   .  Meets TuP9d.iy evening in -M0);"*''  hall  on   Victoria  utroel..   St-jouniiiil,  Oihl Fellows, oonlinllv invited.  ,,*,.,,��� K(:1,. .K J. Smyth.,  Noble Grand.    " Sc-jr'y.  &  .rlj**-  ,   I'  I i'1   *  ,;  'I.*,,,    ���  .-������. ja-4 i-h  j*"j.,/i</*^M-f.;;�� -i  l.,vi*        .   (,   ' I <flj      t,  1^-    ',--18-  ..Af.  <-���   1%,  'I.'  fe1-'-'^'        r,-  ****$.-.t..-r-.-;    ' ^*a  ���jS,"JffiJ^SjJ  ���-. w -.  ���   ^       lives, to the work1 of civilizing  \ -.r-     ---'-' 1,.*.*  1-.-r.11 Khe Indians.    M'ay success at-  A Missouri   man   has   liccn;1 . ,, .     _  *  ',   '    -''-i-rc        .   ,..-. ci Itcaid    their   cJTorts.,--Calgary  engaged���to six difleivnL, gra.v,; *-*-JKl     ���'      r ��� . ' ��  N^dows. "Does he keep a;la\vu!Heral('-       ��� .���  ��� ,     r  . ���  mowciY      '   . f  ____ ��� < *  Lumbermen'on    the   e<,>ast ��3^2 "GOOi!   EllOUgll,  sav'that one KrinduCariodiau'  As^Lrvvvey Sees.Things  '  (Gicevvood Ledge.)      ,  ElQUOn LUEXCK .NQT1CE,  hi. !��� UK* ����-'  ,, (t(.<* No. :r?  K. of P.  Meets' tvi-ry Thuiadny  l^rllillg, in AIcOre.j,or  Imll ��t 8 f'clock. Yit-  iiing In oil" rs inviled.  (]\' J^rc-ALIMNK,  ,       '"        13. A.  Illl-I-  Chancellor Cum. K-'l?    jt*   S"  -������is worth two Hindus.   Docsn'.t  seem ciioag'.i.  ���= ' Coleman Miner:  IToyiehab  a gentlemanly   lot -of   hockey  ���'players'which is a good advertisement for a town." -..,-.  Jameii      Thielman,      head  \Vaue-i\at Delminoc's for many  ' yearns, died,lately, le:ivinff,hn  esta'-c^'oitli $500,000.     Tips  tightlv treasured.  * The average woman coin-  ", uiences    to ��� 'think    seriously  wheu.o'.her women say nice  J things about her husbaiicl.  >\ Texas novv p'roudly annouu-  ces   the   marriage ^ of    'Miss  ' Maude- Cue "' and' 'M"r. Alex  -Cuir-ber.   .After which Cupid  Miai-l*diolera morbus.   V '  A. petrified    man    was   recently' flag    up   in    Arizona.,  He was prob.ibly a relative   of  ���   the merchant  who  thinks   he  (,can elo  business   without   advertising.  .  .S'jmii time ago one of the Hearst  papers sti'ongly ad vacated tho t\n-  iir-xviion uf'CmaiU'to Uie'TJIiited  State-. The CliarlpUeLov.-n Gimrd-  iui ulsqueutly rises   to the occasion with the following:      ;  -   "AVhy shoi'ild'\vo secede to join  ��� \x  republic    of-ninety* millions?  We now 'rule oat. our *own  sweet  \vill from   oiu*' federal' eapithl  at  Ottawa, the grevtcr northern half  of thi-   continent.,    Wny   should  wo h.iud over that   control   to " a  ."overnmpufc   at " Waslun'gto'n,   in  'which   we   would  'have?   ho  moie  ���eprese'htation.'or  influence   than  "the t-iuglu'State of  Pennsylvania?  The Rreat iuxs3   of 'the   Cauadian  pcoploipre,fur our   institutions   to  thoioof the R -public, p,u*tly  because they aro   more   Democratic  and p'xrtly because they give better "results.   lAVe can  tu'rn1 out "a  bad government any   day , by ' a  vote of   the  Ilouse.  of  Common?.  We -iliink   w'e, hrtvo   a more law-  abiding community than our genial neighbor.    AVe have no lynching0,    no  npgro  problem,   vastly  less of murder  and serious*  crime  The big mitt   sometimes-1 covers  i\ small lining " ���       -   .   .��'      , *'  ��� Man5' people become poorer by  beinc in too'great  hasto  to0get'  rich.   ���  ''  In different pirts of ..America  Greenwood is a favorite name 'for  cemeteries.   _   -   < '  -A sweet sfnilo-iand a' cheerful  voice will win many ft dollar iu  this selfish world.    ���' ���" *    -  The woman' who tries to conceal her age Ai -generally old  enough to know better.,  , It ris unlawful t now in'the  United States to give a cliccjuo for  a Usi 'amount than one dollar.  The off-mclcr Ai pnuishablo^ by a  lino of S.300 or six, months J n Jul  A. better law than that? would be  to lino the follow who m v.ls a,  cheque to an editor withoub add-  ���iug tlie exchange. We have lost  a fortune by tricks of thi 1 kind.  ���Thc corelos3 apple,' the horseless  'carriage, tha wireless telegraph,  the heartless girl and.miny other  things li'ave been discovered in  recent year', but no genius has  yet arisen who c.ui'takc the sting  o'ut'of a W, or make anybody  win in'a piker game. The .man,  who can accomplish those 'two'  things has a"fortune ready to batt  him in tlm upper stope*     ,  , - ^ .  .  *      ,   r*  VANCOUVER INVESTMENTS."  Notice'is hereby given that one  month after date '1, Frances hi  Taylor, of .Movie, Eritish Colum-  biaintend-to apply .to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for  a transfer from "myself to Heechor  E. Taylor and Michael J. ^Jonner  of my hotel'licence for the .premises known and dc-ciibed as ^the  International IIotel.'Moyit?, E. C.  Dated t^Is 13th day; of December,  Ia. D., 1000.        ' ���'    '  .���  F11.VXJC3 L. TAYLOR  ! LTQUOR 'LlCENQE' NOTICE.,  ,s��iia<i. i.iMice, n<>. r��r��  A. I'.   A.' A. M.  'm  1 tegular' meetings  f' on tl'10  first  Wed-  r* -nesday '    of   each  W^jjf    '    -month.  Visiting bretheru \\c-k-cmp.  ,C*.,T. McGregor, W. M. '  Y). A. Ayics, Secretary.  Moyie, Miners'   Union  ' No. 71 W. F. of M.    ,'  Meets in McGregor hall every  Snlur-  ,l.iy evonintf.     Sojourning   meniWSH  "me cordially invilei! 10 attend.  Jolin'Eoyd,'      '   '   James Roberts  a   Prceiden't. , .   ,    '    Secrelnry  OLIVER TYPEWRITER  For Sale   ,  For $136.00:'  Easy Payments,  SMYTH;' '���'  MOYIE,    B.   C. ,  ,       >���.,   rSHfcS.f!  -,- ,,.%v<  '.  ',P''r^^  1 "&?��  "��� /<>'.*���  V.-' ;'-&\  , , :,����������:�� j  " r'-f-'^'-S  ���*���   A TSt  ��� - 'n-ie  ,    1..  i   i*Xgf  J, ,rik  ���,' ',%'-$  n, - r      rT.��i T=  ��. .      Jo ?W'':  '���'     ,   ''.-'���i.'f*  ,'r!   '     C"r4f'.  '"il'}  :&���  ^^^���^^���^^^^^p*-^-^'^-^^^ <-^< *��'���-*--- ���^^s^  M>    , '    * '���  ', '   - ���     '       \'/  ^    I>. Q. I.OX80I , ', , VHONJi. 73   .^  1 ,f^  "  '.   ��  ��� ���>    j l   J1  "���  < ... i:?��r>  '. 'J'MW-k  ', ' .V*'.���'?--&  1 ���!���'  i:   !y.& j'ffi ���.  I t.  Notice isvhereby given that ono  month after date we. vBt-echer ' 15.  Taylor and Michael J. Bonner of  Moyiei E. Contend to apply, to.  the Supeiintondent of Provincial  Police for a liquor lirenco for the  premises known and described as  the International Hotel, Moyie,  IJ'. C. ' *-  Dated this lStliVlay of December,  A. D*., 1000.       - E.E. TAYLOR,  .'v    ~"      '       M.'.J. B5NNER.   ,  Harvey", , HcCarter '&  '��� '   Macdonald.   \ ���  Barristers, Solicilore, Nolttrics, Eliv  Cranoropl^.   -"'-    B., C.  �� East Kootenay Botting Co  \f' i' '        V , ,,,,'.,' ,,,  \V     > ,;'���'���    'l   ;; " -. '     ,     ( ,  \\)     > ', Cranbrook,.tB, C.   '���  ^   , ',;-'"       "-'���',   n     -   , <  $ '     ' ManuEaclrtvers  of 'all kinds; of-cavboualod  W 'bevoragos.    V/c spare no expense  to-liave  \i> "        - *    ,     .   , ��-,;*       ',,     , '  fy  ' '   our goods the berft on the market.     ���  x�� "        ' '---'   -*      '��� r- - -   *  \&     ;     t, - Tnere are  others* .-But!! -  ^���^-^-^-^.^���^^���^"^-^-^-^���^^-���^���^������^������'^���^���^���^ 'v'^-v \ ".;;'$$  W,T,;GURD,'/"    ������'  "   itAitnisTisic. soLiciroit, uto.  CRANBROOK.1  ,*���?  DR. F. B. MILES,  ���      'X>333Nr'rE:XSST.  . We have a lew lots left   on  the  beautiful    It iwling ' Road,   right  loss or muruer  anu aui-iuu.-  uriim.-. ul"*1 ..  - ,. * dose to the River Road  cu-  line  than thev and ono divorce in pro-   H"-5*3 L,u     ^  11 - ,      .,  1   n���.v.,*,,.n,     nrr  nn    llll-.ll fnaSSlllt  who  iinn   wlio   uses   a   tack  hammer is caned a "knacker"  portion to population to ten ac  cro^s tho border. Most of u-;  think our own tar riff, to high, and  Uncle S mi's is many storeys  higher.  ,,"We might (givo a score of other  facts in the same line, but lot  these sufli-e.    And if  Mr   Hearst  -11  would  seaich   the  pages'   of    his  history hu would fail to  find 'any  lout the nnn    who    swings    a j pi eccdent for seven millions of the  ; .   -, ��� ��� -1      ,     ��� 1       ���   ��� 1 trepst people  on    earth,   with  so  ���sled.ee    is     snd     to   have -a  ' ,       . ,     ,     ., t,  Canadian people posess, voluntarily syekiug to change their flig  and 'their illegience to become ab  absord into a neighbor nation.  Mr. Hearst djos riot merni to  insult tho Canadian people, but  wore he a Canadian, and living in  free and happy Canada, he would  feel that this annexation talk  hordeis pretty 'closely upbn insult.  Canadian*, at least are not llat-  tereil by it.  strong  influence.''      Moral:  Get a p'.le driver,  o    _  "'"        '     '  Merc's   anoLhcr   proof   that  love is blind. Between the  excitement of a honeymoon  -'trip and the rush of Christmas shopping", a Saskatchewan f.Tm jr and his bride visit-  " ins; V:el( ria mistook a fire-  alarm 1> >x for a  letter box.  and commanding an unsurpassing  view.  . Prices, $273' and $390 each.  Terms $25 cash, balanco $10 per  month.  We cm recommend these to  bring good returns on the investment.       ,   ���  We have also a number of good  lots in Lynn' "\ alley, North Vancouver, on tho new cir line. With  the early construction of the  bridge acro-ss the Second Narrows  these lots will more thau double  in value. o  Price from $250 up, on terms.  $25 cash and $10 per month.  THE DOMINION" STOCK &  BOND CORPORATION OF VANCOUVER, LTD.  Winch B!dg., (Grouud Floor)  listings St., W.  '    Vancouver, 13. C.  [\ O. Box 120S.  ; ,.\^���^VAlJ       ,   . ,   ,  ',--'- ', r  -Eastern ' Canada  ' -EXCURSIONS.  '   I.t>\y IIjouikI Trii> Jlutci lo  , Ontario,.Quebec and  , f 1  Maritime Province's.  Tickets on Sale Dec. I to   Bee    31,   in  elusive,    good   to   rtsturn    wi.lhin Uirix.-  moiillis.*   Tickets issued   in    connection  Cranbrook,  'B,0.  .George H Thompson; '  P.ARU1STKH.     Soi-lcntMC , r  NOTAUY'ruillitC, .Ac.  CEANBRU.OK,   '��� British Columbia  ���t A    ' Jl<*"5'  ' % %m  Will do well at the 'beginning  i)f  the .year lo  /  ' "'.pass a resolution as these three 'people  ^';^,*?"SJ*Mts  The Genuine Article.  Ilalv is rep >rted as about lo ,  the  send a new .tmbis-*.idor to  1.11 iled Suite--, i  Maniu'*;  Cii.sani-Couf.dieiiei i. [tint  l     Custom'1!  Chamberlain's    Cough   Remedy  never di&jippoint those who use it  for   obstinate  coughs,   colds  and  ,,   ,1 irritations of the throat and lungs.  Aie you   sure   that!. , .___,,   ,        _    ���_.,.  ll:i\f ihe Itali ins v.o regard al  all for the  uew^pipjr men  Am.  1 ^ ! It stand** unrivalled ay a   romecly  lll1u..,,lwl   orlN!,,-,'!,('-l':-!"11 l?'  a- -.    ���    ! for all throat  and   lung   diseases,  nuii.  pv.ir-0.1   ot \-ijMiwitncd     ^ oimg    As-3is- A.     .    ��� ,   ,,  ! .��,/*.,.     S )kl by the Moyie Drug aud   Sta-  C.'i t.iuily Mr.    .Mr. Ceylon s  name i- un every package.  j f ionery Co.  W, K. 'BEATTY  1 -  - - ^        ,t    '      - *  Embiilmer and Underlalccr,  ,  Phone 9*"' ORaNUROOIC  >^___J_^^^^^^^^^J^^^^^^^(>^^|^^^^^^^^���^^���i^*^^^^.^CT^i^^^���^^^^^^^^^^^^������^���^^l^^^^^^^"*^  T. T. McVltile.C.K ,V L S- ^    *-��� V. I'lirker, C  McVITTIE & PARKER  ���    PitOVINCIAl. LAKH  SUHVKYlSti  Atlantic Ste.imsliip IUiiiiies's will   l>c   on ] ,.Air^*iVA V  &  MINING   escsinei:kin<">  Side from Xovenilx-r 21 and li-.niled to  five mouths Jfi/1111 cl-ile of i*-s.ie.  l-'int-bt Uquipinent, Standard I:ir.*.L Class  and Tourist Sleeping Car.*,. and Dining  Cars on all Through . Trains. ' Compart-  meiit���Library���-Observation Cars on  "Iiiiperidl Limited" a-iii Atlantic  Kxpress."     .       t  J*��SiJif*f  ��� l-Tci?  ^��m$&M.  3-Through Express Trains DaiIy-3  Estimates Furnished.  OFFICES  Fort Steele P. O. Box 25.  Cranbrook P. O. P��ox 11.  BUY   YOUR  Cigars  Tobaccos  1 THE -TORONTO EX1- RESS'  leaves Wininpeir daily at 22.40,   making  connections at   Toronto   for   all   points | ��-^ ��� i "    J  1-asl    and   AVest.      The    "l.MPKRIAL    j"1 J" tilt       3110  LJAIITF.D" leaves, Winnipeg daily al  18.15, anclthe " ATLANTIC MX PRKSS"  at y.00 dail\r, , making connections .it,  .Montreal'for all point*. Kast thereof.  Apply to the nearest C. P.   [X  agent for  full particulars.  Confetionery  FROM  A. B. Stewart  have Jcvae.    That before spending- their money elsewl  they will  examine and_eiiqu(irc into^llw price of _   rJ  .   ... ro'ck-eTsT- ' ���'  i      ��� ��� .  ��� x t  nnd   other  lines , of furniture carried by the  >      CRANBROOK CO-OPERATIVE. STOKES.  Stock Taking Season  will be here February'1st, and for the next 30  days we ��-  give   a very special price iu all kinds of furniture.'.  { i  Here is  a sample.  * i r l \  Bed, spring, mattress, dresser and stand  all for 824.50.    '  Cranbrook   Go-Operative  *. ������'���jsp'-H-^- -J  . v..'>*y-*'-c **,^  .... .,, ��..  -!.?* "A.  ���* Sf'\, i,-,  _ -I r. *���y' ��$:*���  > i*. -  - ^*=*s;  Nifty   Fall  of i  C".J  they c \]ie  Coming Events.  How  an earth  do  them  to   crowd   a  name lite that into a headline^ |    Convci tion Dl-.ttict No.   0,  '' 1^. ol'.M. at Trail, January   liloh  I  W  "A tri:  \va'i. arrested- i n New  Yorkhci-anse slie tried to  be'';,'  ' ,s:)u:ethin^ at ' the house ' of  Iloek.:fe ler in   orderd'to   luiy  ' Chr'.'-linas presents for her  re'a't'.ve ;.   .John D. wa".  Provincial     Iegiilature      opens  January 20th. ���       '      '"       . -  'lioiiPliiiil at Nelson January'21.  Meeting   of -Associated. .Mjard*3  of Trade, at Nt-l-joii, January. 2(it.h.  R-ii-Jand *   AVinter      Carnival,  Keb.ruary.8th to 12th'.-  Tho buaiesit and mightiest little  thing    tlimt   over    -was ' Hiade   is  prcbJ-  ably not aware of   this   Chris-  tia:.i a.-t in'(!he face  of  Christ-  i - r  ill   S, but if he is s'nci're iu his i Chamberlain'.*- .Stomach and Liver  '      '���; J Tablet.?,    'i'hpy do the work when  noise a* ul c nueh in liters he ; .     .-,   ���     ., i ,,,, uuu  |evcr you require their am..   J hese  cold-blooded j tablet-*    change    -weakness    into  POSTAL    PHOTOS.  ���w'll  fi  ..f th'  fire     the  llj'li V  who C ' '.!  ':(>���:>;  lit  ���'< o t ie  ��� -''in.  change  arret i strcngtli. li.stlcs.?iiess into   energy,  ;��� i glooniincs.-i into ijoyousne?-*. Thcii  ���.ctio:i i-i r.n gi-iitlo one. don't   real-  i  FI NE NEW STOCK of tlie  nattiest in .'"all Suitings  from' easluni and English  manufacturers just received.  They    arc   undoubtedly  tbe  I make a   specialty   of Pos- , *, , .,    ,*  ��� - handsomest   and   most   did  tab  Photo   work..,-   Prices,   4 .. .  for 50 cents,.or ;$i.25 a dozen;, j tiftctivp'. 'fabrics , that, have  MISS FLORA DEA.GON.' -yet-.been   offered  and   those  who would   have   something  select    in   .a   Buit 'for,   fall  should     leave    tlieir   order  early.   -A fit guaranteed and  at a reasonable price.  Pressing- and Cleaning  Done  Prices Riglst.  Win. Jewell  Thos. Summers  Cigars,   Tobacco,  Fruit  and  Confectionery.  TOYS,  -NOTIONS   ETC.  South   Victoria   St.  ���^ ���!-���(���������-J^-�� j ���  ���Tf?|  - *-;;&&  '*   *&  f*4     ��s^* J"    " *.  fi ,.j*1^,'-'"  '."���'���^Vjii-*,  ���*���   "\       ^       Jl^"  j'V " c ���  *w-  I'  ir.tr t-ii*  Ik'.v  t'lkf.'M   a   pur  t',-|('      .'.Jl'IlL'      i  Express and General Delivery Business. Livery and  Feed Stable.     .]  WOOD   AND    COAL  Tor Sale  ��� l.i'iive O-der.s at  ''I i'���''���������! (iwvniK-'ri Plcic,  ���Si..--. ; :  :  '���(r--.'5'->. . :U i'ti.-*].i     - ''������>���'���'- ��� >>:)  A, FOOTE  DKSADLNIKK     ItllOS.    I'i.|i��.  Liir^e sample room in connection  with house for commercial men. Best  of accommodation.   ������������������     ���  Heudquarters  for   Commercial and Miunig'Mcn.  QukkKS AVE., ;   jVIOYJE, B. C.  SEND YOUU-   WOltK   TO  THE  KOOTENAY  STEAM  LAUNDRY.  NELSON  All White Labor.  K  | As made by tho pro-junt browar N n(lni,t'l'(.\|..it I  Best Beer in East Kootouay.   With the J*;-1   ^ (  ": and the Purost Spi ing AVater it is miexco.i^ |  j.juality.    lnVtbt on having Moyio Hcer. j  BOTTLED AND DRAFT .HKKK [  MUELLj^K &  HESSE,   PROPS, j   <i^J  ��^@*3����^f@@#f^^f^gggg?i  'tin  ] *{i  I\l;irc-bant' Tailor.  M01tv  ���y-r-  B. C  ,'ft Ir  i\  F..F. JOHMSTOM   :;. ..  Thirf Hotel is New and well.Fur^nisbed t  Tables are Supplied ^t^.J^^d ^  1*  \ *-1  i��     t,   *  Ijoavc woik with the   local agpnt  Market affords. The Bar is f^cig^5   1 ��  theEest Brands of Liquors and ws      j ^  HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMKRCIAI'  AND MINING TirlEK  ���HOVI1C  1-IS1T-S  II Wl  tft��*D��5^��e��?.-*-B��^^����*��s*����-����e����-^  *���"  Lfe, W''i.!  - -       ���  (      r *��� ���.>  1       ,.,       J,"    ��   *  ���   ���*',' j^  ��' ,li "   '   -  .  i  TIIF, T.EADKB. MOYIK, HKITISTT COl.rMl'.T \.  R  -    *, St*- i*1  1 "M- j'  ts ���"+   *< ft - ���   Mfl   Came  Not   to   Judge  the   World"  'St:&^"~' BYt ELIZABETH A. HYDE    "___'  -  '   ' -<*'*.', ���*. _       . ..   ._  ���._,^ ^    ihiimmHiuiwiI    ' .,,,,s,<-    r.l'e.i  t!,<, littlr.  room .111*1  floated  out of  (lie  liny  -S "f' (popyristit. 30011. by tbe Niir lort IKi-nld Co.   All Ills'its Itcuiud  i'''' "'/��� f S~-\ BUMS hko I cun licur slueiii'."  *S.3j; "��*��fLJ     The boy stored, mil laid a attaining hand  -tin,-'       ^^k ou *1,a crmpai.ion's mm.  ���,"?".**!.'      k     B    "Listen ti minute," 1 c- *-**ul-  The Old ai.ui stmed iostksslv.  reckon St'*-. Jest the buds," ho inutloicd  ' 'T.ini't  f'jtotliiii' f be nfuiid of, '*��! oi t i eie "  ./"No" lcplied the biy.    "I v.im't afi.uJ     Tt sounded  - , ^'''like aliynin.    There It comes a?,im     Must be ,(, dmifh  ,>���  >���>% tvVyoinlBi in tho ���,���,00(1'., n.iomi tint icd io.nl -onion hl'i. s '  > \-J&i\*,;< Tlie boy spoke lusuiillj.    The old iii.ui gl mud ��i bun  )      *��   .."ISI.-r!;,    ���. .      ,    ..  .    .    \!/  \\(  \\!  \y  M/  ��/  \l/  !''  I ^  ill     **tfJ#*i  ���r;  s *->#>r  .*>  >\fJ I thought >e v.as ufra'.il of that" ft  Tho lioj'S face i-iiirisiii.'il.  ' music, CHi'<l the little room and floated out of (he liny  window!-.. 1 lie'white Ii.n-il*. tmjioi] the 1i.im-> a'"1 1L'-  mmi (1 the slips ono bj  (<ne.  -'Ii inj in op]-*, uIkIi me call-d bj mi n line, shall  humble thoi i-olus and Pl.il and -*>'i'k mi f '<-* "'1 t,,u'  fiom then �� u i.n. then will 1 hi-l f"��'l beaicn  und will foigm lh( U sin mid mil ���'-���'��� *������< �� l'M"1 '  ������'Hlrssod l* lie v-ho*-.* ti uiskk-*iini )-. fmsnen. w 1iom>  Mil   *(l)imil.   Iiuk.i.i\\le<!,!*'!i.!  *���"! iililo TI ami mine  liii.riit..-s li.no I not. hid i"'-.--'- ' ��'H e��'-f">*> '��> 11'1"^  Ki(s,ioiir, iililo lie I.oid, and '1 iiou fuii.'.neht tho iiiminU'  of mi Sin '  "Tor T'ihii. r.oid, nit s'*o.l mid trnili io foi en e. .ml  pk-nt'ois in moiij  unto -vll thorn tlnl e.ili n|,o,i  l'h< e '  - -Anl if ho h.iu* tonlmitud bins tlioj  ali.ill be foivin-ii  liliii '  ��� 'If wc r..)i,fosi>otir (.in*, lie is f uthfiil ,intl J'wt Jo r��i'  L-no n-.'toiir ims iin.l to dem.se ns fn-.i, nil Mii.rShrLOi *>-  n r  A ��\om in iiioiintod tho stc ps and s*-u"d hesit.itin',' by  tin* ilooi 'Ihe ou.HIMi.il of the buk pev lok* to m i!*o  nioin fpi  hoi    "  'I he pro.'., heijs Ibble clcisid sr<l-Ici)lj 'on tlie one'r.-m lin-  .iiK blip, tlui-e^in hi*, li.-nd III tteied to the plilf.nni   . IJ"  ������Ijoii'J"  1--  f ml      "Vr.'l  hnvon't ti'iii       It's   'ill 1 -'"it"  Ihe" Co i-t. U.1 ��lo��.. the k.i.1 Jin .ll��' '���> )f'<*  hi-rh.tcnU-lusol.s.tlH-l.o*'   ���.ti'''"'.'1'   '���������   "J"   J  ���lie pioiuher lo-entoo.)  U.e <lim  Ii  �� i i.t n*. rSose the si i\n.       he ...no . ., .  'Iho ww foio" ��] 1'ii.J mi J S...W.I th<:ns.l-.-(s n hen  f\ v.io qm't IK pieiuhet U^Ud h,s lillle coivt��i-  ^:;mV.V\o^JTou,,.M.o,o/MS...     ��������f.tto.n..lo  Mn...    "t    ..!�����    SM     .hit    1   ,....1111    CM.tU     ylMt     '    V;'.,-1   ,;  ���)<)������/ r-dl <-m- of MJK Mill ifiiwiii in this noii-o 111) the  !.", ,,f tht sorM.e. ,ii��l if un on. <>' } oil tins to t. ice  ���l"   i mi ....' wlir   h.\.  Ji-t lift is. lluu tiMJ   Ood h.ivc  ,,V:^.odil^tohu!o'o.,...-*r,.n.l ,1k- ,.l.w I thi .,p. ,...-���  Inis of the nsu.il hi "in Hi*- 1��U " hi r Ion. 'I i.u <r  ';,M..h  on  the .c.d.,���' desl*. h.-�� v. u. h op- li  bcfoie hun  "'jh,;1 "o'llfnshnB tho fi��.! ��l.o.us ;,hc-. I \<"^~\  looUt.i t.p ir smpri- Du.) urn .id -"j ���;>';',, ' '' '  i,..i   fir.   ll.ioiliii   the   wood-,,   e.u...-   the   v\ln*.t.e  of   t.ie  li ��i'i ,   .,  riie piotflnr sinilod. '.  .      ,  T��o n.milo-,  l..(e  ' he ��*"-l   ",llm..no sure tr. bo  hi  ti,,ie"    Tin. ii ho Mit if bed oi tin*  h Mills'  ������ 'Iho l.o.fl bit*-, tllee *i"'�� '*"'.' ��!��< "' I'01'1 '" '^  In*, f m t" -fhtne upon tl < <��� u*d In ^i i'mils m I" thee tlio  1 uid lilt UP Jiis lolintcii.uico upon tin . ami S" *- me  pi .ho'"   Men Who HaveOpened  Their Hearts to Me.  A T     G R  c  PURPOSES  5Y FLORENCE DE FOREST  V-T---S  "-*.  (r-finTr'clit  ti  ^C^*   -i <rrK.  ll'l-ill ("  'pm  Vt .im ��.   'l'��' t  *l  i  ���'i".  OIK  ,\(l  '.   1-  -.iliini   '  -,;   i,.i-i   : )���  IK  t,  '. v . io ' ol to *������>  tool    lie -,\ is H.i 1 I.-!  �� 'i i!   I   .. i i .      1  ��� i 1 u  ���hii.U  t  l'i(')  -J D\V.  K      me      I ������������������� ���' -���'���  ~*J ^ l,i,  I  h im-    I"  ^    in l.oi.i nnd *ol>  if  SJid   leni, ���-l.HH .114 l'l> ���"'" *'"'  *ioii   .'( n   stupid,   iu��   Kisou  v ii t -..'(   to ..itiifeie-.mUi ibis lUl.IUld.rll-. pm.  I    III.,'   U Mill lUUOU. '  IL �� s ii.t nt nil prob.iblo th it Tom wpi I.I  nt.if.in-: ��ith ai'!iliii.B' !-��� "1 -11)-"1 *������"'��� ''- ,u"  Uiouj-ht ll.e other ixrf.tt Ho h.i bn .1 mur..*' .  i,.,n inn] fm them the '"'* 1IIJ|-" !l ���*- r jt ,l1 1> ���'~* '  As 111. lis .u�� ttulj n love mill, h, to tlit.n in\lo\. s i,j  WW. tootish onoi-.i-li *o quiru) -tull, the} ioi''.1 ^t  ill'dt'iul iii.I siifh .1 s'lti itin'i  ���"lomn*. isii (. it dioidti.l il'0<:t I-iii and Hun l'��i.',  tl.lu iiiisuml.'ist.tndiiir! ���' '      K  ���\Vi,s. th-t won't amount tp "iiijtli'iiK, di.d.    In tut,  ] l-iwjit it b.-id blue, n oiu  b.f.'U' ibis"  '      ���J 1, ,t .s jt.sl the point- ���! lusn't   Hia." with t M,"'   '��''  bin!.,  or !.( i IicikJ, "-1* JJoit'n- to '  ���'^liew, ' biid Tom,' "tUt sounds HKi bi-ui<* **  thos, (��'��� ihild-en k'inv "her- ll'*v >m-io ��.-P m," t'..*"d  n ike up lafuie l on took them m h ui.l V >u s<-< , I ..u>\.  fui I'm1 I" (ii there "  rouiniN   W.i ri on. art. n't j ou .lslinim d of i< nrs-if.  "I -nomlor what ki'id of i 1oo\i'v fh i-l Tom ind Bottr j  i uc ,vlutil(l toi l.<n IVn'i ��Iiuil�� 1 m *.|,'t.ible, ch? I  \\ ,11,'m.nbe 1 m lift. Unt-1-..ll, I'd like to hive a look '  nt the fellow who .s "      '  Uc- (.IiiKOi* il.'�� �� il'e roid "Ceo -.li|/" he e.-vclalracd. (  ���1-eio coims s'liio on- io'V It's lit- it isnt-jcs*, it I��V  U s I,o��'. I c.m"t urn *-le v.oi'l,' s, .* ����� . I ci n't take  . >o tl.e woods foi t'li'ie :.io not ui\ within 'i inile." At  i> - i out in his solilo.*! *- 'f loo!'! -ip in the tieo���n  -Wilt stir,,, hii.i 'Ml.-.. U. he sud The In.inches!  '���. ii-' low it ���.*-.*** e.isj of .i.'.s*, ..ml-no sooner Bind  M.iiiMl.i-ie- 'Ion w/.supiit' utwe. hif.lyontof aisl>��  >,ofoie   I.oi  so  si .it-d  I.n self on   the M'no  ho   lmd just  \ iV'-ttd '  SI' * s  -he.1     TI rn she tool* oi t In r tin . pieee.  'Tin minute, ..ft. *- '-:*. it.- - ,..1 il. ...I < I suppose  h-* will 1- lue ciiif ^" ��''>"'- li .s Mity nn\loua to  m��. ono tf thv ���lein.st./.ili* Ml ;>.-' '. f >r .ou,,Toin rrnJ  1 toll i W..IK-.1 I Inn* i!15n���.tt f^ii!" .V pituse.  ������Well, Kl bittei  lie x>uA     I don't ' io.v wlmtc\cr pos-  t ��  i ,*r-"^  ���fihsS.  "fheio Ir. a Ponntai'n*    I'm sine i on  ,i:  w r.o 1 -,  "Tjet us sii'K  know   t!i: t." ,  The little tom-iedition rose and snip with "pint AVlion  the (iis-l loise lias w. II, st.uK .1 the pre uhei ^supped  fiom ihe pl.ilfoun nnd \poke to a n.nnll 'ii.tn siltiii.- h*  the oigin I5e stood lit Hi ecu hnn an'l llic |'Co] le, .I'll  M.oke Mil Hi Hill llt0 1>*'*nl ' TT1'0" T1,*? sl,lnJ  man tout lied hi*, toat potkel and smi'ed ��  "I h.ii" to bt pit pared " 1 o s-nd i  The pi.-ith. l ici'ioi'iilail the pliCorm and joined 1" the  bii*Kii�� 'Jheotlei ni.in rose and walked qmetl} ��ui io  fi  frionp U" one of thf   winli'is  "If nioth.r fiil-nan will had es- we will have oi-r e'os-  ii-rpnncr. nnd thin out i.senl i-nti. ���.-h*.mi. wi-1 ei.d H*  ij-t^r  ���s->.**-r    f  v^-^i  '��*\  V Vi  W 1 '  ' tO.i'.llll  t  *' ��'](&%  ������w  - >tey*v  .    . -*-ta,j)sa,  ��� *"SV*vf  -���*     ni > tI  ^ A *T  1     SiT'r^l i*\  ���'��     ���->4-*V*f  , ** ^-^  f*4     ��s^* J" L  HE REMOVED IHS CAP 1K70LUN fARIl V,  fJIe remoicd his cap   iiivolaiiMi"*lr  Tin- old ..Kin stood and -vailed. He w.*s -oni fo- the  l,o>; and tm hmi-elf. too. �� l.i:_o Thole 1.-..1 Ikcu *<  time -not .so veiy Ioi-r a0'o-t:Sec !���''. **--*, 1 -'" r;*lt  lie cl.okid bid* the miJI L��l- ��>f f��"'��i. '"��'���������'��  nt his fiet ��i.b thKl* ����th fna- iU" l1,uw 'tR,,us '" "  vhl, hu fcucK .nd .i'simI K-SU M-iMi. inl��B ���������� ��  think. It w at, in t unplons ir.t ��c��liK thou- m ihe w a  iuu.h.uo.'fllm huUe wa, P:��&vnJ. Li.-tme W; -  a!i ins n ol.ii.fc inwlh} ,��.f ipxts -"."���,- >- ' -1 " l \  ,��� hi the ,ll It looked -'I** ^���� �����������"�����;'. ��>���"  -.^.iV-rdow..: like-Ta wo ,,.,.' s .l.r* ire ^��� ���' <-��'l  HUit e.fi>tliris leifind Un *���<". m Ile V  tPo woods. iMl'. a hhaio oip..*** J�� "f l'i'"lo .-    ,  'If jou  t-,.Vt>a.e,   I>.-1,  IM   te mUft   ���."�� M��  S��  *--,l  the  boi. rfentll      M\(- . .��.'V*   .'�� " 1U'^,t   lU  Pnd     '1 I.U do.i-t s.���k that- in HI f  t en.  ���Ihoi   slai'.d  M0.M1   .'..���� tho �����������  I"-5   *"'       "   ",  T'u-ie  K-s no di-s,    m.U .,!.  it  ivas  . .1' e.   <  t-u.       1.  ,o..l  h.d  b.en  iiuUlj   nt  thi��J- t '   �� "  ^"r'K      ''   \  il       l*i r     \lllls   tll'ts   Will'    II  C.o.l it.'.s mitoiMlKvl     Li r  Al in  ��...'.   .-ion ... fet-1 ..UnM.-ao.i.Pof woktsfu..t  uhl man s o.m*. ,  ���s5ho   M.ed   vi his,"   he   s ���d      "D*e  'n.<-nl. i.   *;-''  the be*,   supped foi a i.iU 'flic l-s H*  tiP is      V.o div. i  1 .on " ,  ���I.ad. .lieiii'.ons.H.kiioiisied.l.t  Hi J.  reckon -s'lok.oi.slhafswhuo il ����� �� " -    ��   1   .  cu.eco*.ofio..i. an' the hi'..kits,   letUbl.i    ...  Viippe.  p..' all''    A-'- (h.--h.. i ��������� '  ���,     ,     .not. son     r.it-l<le��   ��,��*    . .  .,  l.ei Ci! 'J  .1 ii s.iedid     Sh<  v*'1- -I*  i. ii-r.it i'ou ii iiuef.-..-. d >-��� r>>'*-  "t3 ";"  :A,;'':,.lfuanui.l.i   tiioh.,��l.ed.l*..lus       M.  "Oi* mi honoi, I'll n"it KuldiiiJi  iiifr lo w) ith } on rt fen od '  I^iii'-iii ���' his question. s].<_. wont on     "You see, I mil  haio a t'liiiioi   paiti   a  week   fiom to ni0'!it, b-.t nocoi e  M ill   (UIIL " ' ' ...  ' W-u-i. hut,' st.iinmei.'d 1'oin "Vi hat do i oe moan*'"  "]>o nut he^.il.iimed ' si o u tni.'id l.msfhiii,; 'I in ��� m  if thoi do eo'nif at all tiny mil not ho ptnnli il . 1 l'"  in.tli n the iiiMl.itioi s. and 1 mil K id tl I'lWu ion This  one is u'jns !o Lou althoi-K'i it litems I'ear Ifiiii'--  icti see. Ton., I know lain will linish 'uadii s, it ..mi it  'nil' ri.ilic hoi think���think haul, too ���,  " 'The Nest  "'Dear   Hair>:���Will   ion   take  dinnei   with   us   i o\fc  WtiiiiesdfcJ   at  half after  e t  vj  SHE WAS ENDEAVORING  TO  GEV H'.CHER   WHEN   A  SAULL BRANCH CAUGHT HLR HMR     .  i i  sossed me lo come tin* io*'l ^ h..> but I notild' like to  sto the umI tiiej  think J. si.it iblu tot Ilnni."  fl  Mie stopied ..'id botened      '  'Cfooilne *, X bolioio 1 lit.--* hoists' fiet. and I iiouliln t  b.ii'o Bun see mc I.oie fo-. woild-'    1 II climb tin*, tree-  co oiu, will oi or s.o mo if I'm up llieio"  - -lir.  ai  f - om  1 tiitn   the  em**  oi  ,.>    r<  fioin nlieu  P'm*  lllt'll'-  n lute  It in -cut in ike  ilui  i'i  fLi   I'U,  don!    'I'I ������  i ii st   1  rilll   *  tllllllltll   is W O " . ,  "     ;,o      Ls  , �����, nt s silence, b.ol c��� M  the sound  footstep    infcsie     .Htno.ioflleloi-.d-iouLsiii,  ',f'll'!..l -.i e il o.ld fowl e one ...Kith, roil ti-s.nsse*. we  v . i I I hen ��>���'' ie.hu sbi'luiss, f.i ���, iioaieable  1,. I tl.oI.u..lt.. of su.M   "id smut in at  IH   f ot t   .l������  S'lE Lr.T ME KLli'  Tlih LOCK OF HMR  i -   'u .'il i< r out  11 ei i  lioo '  ', ii i d  *,\ip an'  > i ��  i<t i   i P u so  time  -.ecus  in  ..r  .lot...  ���"i  ��� {  >K*'  r.f  "Mtblo its lett.r fo. is   as   m- M ���  ji.o, nd torn ni iiuso,...*'  npli-U'.el-oi  ��� Moie'n  a  it u.   ml   >��       lf  \v  1'ke   like wed missid hei ni-n*  ���jle .o.d   U-iiad il-i. ..II-   to  He ^      -     ,',,/���������  fu,|U-i   .,10.5 i>.is the. hud',*.  S"\1"iii,/U  1 lo s'nttuie    in  til-  t   >l��e oX a  ''It nil--,          ' ~^^{"--r'':;;:  the in.].,    ->L " , Ul\���v*   soiiu  liisiil-  A do/en -nt., lo,..' '   l.-ill        t '��...!  ^ on  nnd some oi t     'II*. tW<" *-"' ��'  u "' l      ',  iho  i. ill   li    Iho  't'ls    iinouiud   that   ...  iVukei    of  Mi.ii.i.  *U..UI co.id.Ht  leunl   suuees  ii-.  du.icli ft i lhue d ,.i��*  ������ot ml ..-I- ���j.,u-,..��cd.,..icu,..u..sr.ti.oi-  ^'itsnll i,,-..l,'i*.M lleim...    '���\..��..Mf-P��<��J   ,J'^  Ail' he's a pit. ' 1 e.   a'.M.oii     It s  ,U . B.t  'Ihoj   s'niti. I   i.iiU'i   'I to  Ihe  bi"*  1>�� " *  P(   U.(    ,,���'���,sdi.s���rt.,   the in mn   andlhepu iditt  puih.s  ..Id,.-     'lli.ici.^.tc.-li  ,-1,1 ipMsd  lus    s.(t.  f,ce. but   the  th....  fi.   u..,l,.n,  io,*,  in--  K...1  "Si ',���,' Rm,   tipu.'h   iseinontl.isnio.iii.  irrm   "tl.    .. tl.   l<   tl ���.'.���������.. <h.��-  B,ie  th. ii   iin'li"     i"'1   '   *sl'1   '",",  ino-o'    Ho urn h  'i   H u   fin'"1-       ' ..  ..en.ui.be.     tin   .     ** "    > "    "��'        X''  lust UK   I    .1*1.11-'.   ''.i ���' on.   no,,   ''"P" of sihauoi*  ,un ihepo.-s'elh   t   M.o.1 m'l '1'^u  �� - tion on.  -1Iu. s.it.t loi.e 'Mieied ...H.ole '1 ht I oi ... the  l.ul. siut sobbed aidbh Tie in in h.sak h.M. 1.. 1 a  t*.. nlil'i���-  hull' a-Tt-1 oiute'i   u.i  luo ���*'. i hi t  M.lUili sr.iii.tlii..-' (...hi s.uppol o, tin m st I.e  I ,hk( 1 . I,. 1. ilf (1 ./ed 'J ho boi -*f ted to las u. t Liu i  wtu hi.u,^ i.iled hi . K.oup of hii.i -' '-' 1'*'*- f-nuelr?  _.���.l elos.' IhsiIo thuii the -Ulicite fa.-us still it iho  l..,i.iuffs u sthepu iv'hoi lie ninto l.iued m -ntiiint-d  1,,i. in I  tl en,  Tout l,t us inli-uipt i n. Hi. the. Cilmiii*. ' st.d ll.e  , ui'.lu. in his smooth - o te ' We sh .11 be hi t a mo  i ii nt   '  "1  do ntt rail, islinl. sir    Those men whom '���� soi/e  -.ue wt)lf.l*ip|)ii���'  .nth  n-   it   tne thu i e of on   lli.utu'i  1    11 oi.     Si nil   ths is no  t mo foi���foi   thu      1  do  not  i i di imml    \\ ill urn ( .nl ii��"''  'I 1 e 1 oaetifi 1 f ite u. a porploicd in.l tioubltd the low  i du e loso in iIisipp.oi.il  A  bull  i nn tn   the door liu^l ed hush v.  'It   suns, i* hi siness   luothei.' be slid      'These  men  line bun diiil,'iU4 the lm   of Vu^-iiiu   foi  oiu   i   lei.  The pii icln i   l.ie.luous   i'i   ihoi t   un    \\ t'le l.'i-kj   to  bo  tin* on. s |r> pi 11 'em in "  'The p.o .Vim   mn sn '    V, is he the .  stu-iloi of this  be  el  il .  " l.e  I 111   1   u ill   fo  ,    then   - 'is   ' "  w, 1  s(,    it-   fi 'I  .,,-'���      Ho   t.ine.I    uid   fio 1   tin-  lO.'f.-  ���Ait not tlniii   ilsio.M  of His d stlph s-'  (li s'nd    tin ii   I e  pilul    is  i-'iil leuli     ind  as it lo ii nd oT      b'o \      J be old man *.  n  ml   the   bo;  st'  -���t tt, n  ,    1   s.i  (iod   foi  b  n.eni.ii.  'I     ml  what n kloiK'i s proim  i-l tint' Mi fhum's  Theie .no h ti! thnv  i ul it i st .1  i m ill i  t i  mi   l '   fi"  ; st ,11    Id lei  I   I'I  ] O     11 (   .1     sll 1 '  i.l  Ihe V. '* It  II  1 il   of  ho   ui'l   I   I   '   "  M\*f  iv  iinlr,uent, but Chnst his pio ,iism!  t' it  &.em-'omo,e    1!  n-<>- - '�� ;��" ', '^^\\'  n,r lutth.ui'    Is ih..-   so ...il .������:��������������' '   '       ,      , ,,  dny and  ...���'l.t. sonitllmv ion   ��o.,l.l  /..����� "��     '"  bjot otitr   Then repent, and Ckri-'t will remeniber ,.,...  '"We hnve;.,ot lime ^  read.youafeivp.,T,rof,Se,-u;U::ea:^  I'oiitlei- them, friend:*, for tliei   ..u I-"--*'"-'.  nil in trouble." .  Tho man'and the bey inAho back Seat -xyern l.st.-...|.t,  Vlthim to,  tense  faces.,   Tho>a,.,o tho,iKl.t iei,s  ...���   l.e  ralnd of-eacht^YI.at u-eei, .po-.ver bad led Ihen.   o ��  place  micro: the. wonderful siory.of  fors.* e��,ess  < f  m��  wa.-being repOated; it seemed    for .then, alone..       '';'���  it be that she was with them, after all. ami had 1, ou,h  them there for comfort?    The boy's chin quivered.    I it.  put up his hand to steady it. ..  i    ���  ,.. ,  j  The preacher  lifted  l.U; small  Bible.    Mlp�� of  whue  'paper ��� fringofl its top.'  ��� "I have sheeted a few verses and will read tl-.em ���'*-  they are/-ho finid. "Some are in the Master's words;  Others In those oMIis disciples.";-' '  'ilia smooth. you-e, with its slight  accent of. Soiitliciii  iMsnlr  to oi i  I  man steinli  'I ho iiio.'i hi i  j,i t un 1 is inn  look s jfun 1  I !'0   ,: "i .'    it   the   (1 jo;     n  111   the  h in h 1 lit d  t >���-. tin i. st nil d  doi. li  (' .  ' Como  hu 1 ' '  'I 1-e pu   i In I s i on e I I II- '    '  ''  "We  ! in  ,1  do  tl is 11 l. ���'      I   I  id   f'  ���-    e i.u '    i it t'  * ..un ,'���      1 '1 tl .1"  'I'I e 'n di   in   u I .. -'1 ul n.-iiii  ' Wi i l'lisnu, u.il li* pl'-i I'' >rvi ' It in u  I ,ui . on,, it I . i lit iiiine imt 'I ' �� '"* ' '"*' ' I I' 1 l'*'  tie lL.n.,1, it loa like, bit I anil .*'"'" ���" !�����*���!��� I*1 "  icii 11 il  'II. pie i. In i s tin e si fluid to s���,l md his ous  I 1   /< d    Hi   i I s. d  i    In ih-  - h ui'l   il'��  i  1  s 1 . id  ' I'.i.k 1 i.s.omb ' 1. sud st, idli li ,!('���>" Hi " I'l-  oi.l im i t u.s 'if i on Ui i hind ...i tl- '( �����>������ I "' I  , l is.   un i   s<��� 1     I   in'! < i 1*1   ioi i  sol 1 te 1 ( M  The men  fell baol,. invo.l. horror s.nt-k. ...  -,   Th.*- raised arm  fo" nerveless, aud  thopri-iwhe.  his   haiiil/'iieiviss.  hi- eyes   ill   a   ilai-eti   iv,-i.v;     He  lievoiid' thi- nicii. into 1 bo woods.: '  ' '    'A  eould  ,:.-ver preiK 1. a-iin." -   Tin- ivoids were almost,  a   ivhisoi-r.     "1   .-..r.l.l   never  pray.     My  siilva'.o.i   is  at  stake.     And yours -���sill of you.    We e-in....*' ���'" ��.�������� ."'"'S-  it  M-rld be horrible.    Cod   forgive i^' . .     /���'  Then, .after a  pause. "The key. t'olom ���  The little null, slepi-ed 'forward  I....1 ���releas.-d   ,ae  .......  aw I  boy.    No one else moved:  no, on.; *=l -'-���  The   prea,-her  dreiv  .,��..�����>��� -fmn.   h��*��  l-*-'"-^  "���'���'   ��������"���*  ' several liilhr in  the. man. ..     ..,..;,  "Vou will follow this rod road to the ,..��.���. ho s. ,1  ������Thesta,i,,,,-isal,.v.lh,,-,.-i,ire,il,s'iv;!k,;.i-h.-r.i,lon..  Vest l,ovo,..l tlio Lis red bar.'." Me l.��^-'l 1-- ^-itt.l..  "The t-.-ip.-es:. U> ,l.o W. st U du- in el'-venn,mutes. .V.i.  can j,-sf. n.alie it if ion <i*d.!i 1"^' .����>' l,:"tf- ('��'. -l"-1  And Cod hi'-*  s-.idi'k.  b.i.1 t!  lia.ssod  looked  "I foLtflit in the tml vi. una mi-- v.rtru'ul (1 got  ,*n in oi ot as tolouel in tint) -uhI w*t=> bJipb'il ln.ii>'  ,!,,. -'.in. wis m���un . ttw .,,,10- of t-tn tow". .i"J  nn l.tiut v.is .Kid 'i.n.meil,*-, nn 11 s O'-l-���1  theie ul* l --.'I iln-'.e-in the toiM. t-l>0 '���"' '".'-  !"i ���M. I.l i(*.kt,f bih.,,1 Well t-e Mm^';  iMOilul 1 is ue.l UK .Ibis iieio 1.1 ei II r  in, the.-i.oil loi.idu s.lt-ln -idi^ ���'- I -> < >��� ����  t-o, , miss i.f m's n.il its .i'il vteck.ii-e lln  Mil*, k-j-e w is in  <-u-       ul li" w.is-.il.ie *���  The ..'.1 mu\ mi >.. ifol'^ --1*1 i'*'^11 l��-l'l'e lKU-  lit  l.eiiVil I j   f. '   !' s 1 I'd w i    tvi.ieii''-  , *s , Mnied-huh . ,lpbicinu'l!.l.l-e t ���������"�����;-  iMl be,,ul ti** t-k.l H... It i-l- imut. j hopeless ftl."��� to ti, to _-e, the iM-eik.-'e <>. - " t i .'  And il.o fl.uiH*s--.,s if tl.ei w ei c t.l uim*il i'i '��o 1-  thoi iie.o lust ke,,'.'*'" ..n-JU-t ���*-*"'"'.- "lc ��'ol,-h  to 1 e airoi'i'ii1 In  them  1 (u. ii to t.ii'i an n but tt ��oei.ic,l to we tl.it The  tiule of Miliums lue .ummrt tint muu v.is .uo.uul  me as p.t.lossi. and .mpellii.pl,- Aiul Uioi. ho  " e.unetl ..s.������ fo, .lea.l, antl w ���'*l.o*'ii;U���-'(; Sj  ,h.t be 1 uul uk     Hu  ,, ���, u is free   "    '��� ' ">���*  ri  the Millet 1-. O.e 1....-.1 that l.o ,1 ko 111.   I    1.  mil lie just stieKlHi! it out aud �� ..d, '1��>��   W W'  "' "Tstoeil like stone me Instant more, looking Into  t���o lo.K In hu ei.s-thit looh-(rO,l - then      moi oil.  1, soeniul io in.* i".l   1  �� i-^Ut and n��es -low    a  that   1  nioie.l like ii le-r anil w is fa.    f.u  ���'"'";.bV'  he    sn   it m i- all done befoie tb-i   h.-ew   it  m '- to  lo (lone      I -.H^iM -��i ���'������*' 1|(,��' '' ^Il'tUlM "*   ,UI<1 'U,Ll  sp. .!���-'  up  on   a   li.unlni: t,e   and   mi tin-'  the  .i\e���  ant1 tint  ei (led tint  ii��'h '  \tt.r a i.l.ik* he m��t on ���' No ot.c told "er tl at  ,t w is I \.ln> il.il u     --li* " '- izi.nefol���ie-  .-1.110I11I--  !���T (li���i ,���,. know ... ��i.��..i  I'.nt'i��' '"^^��;;  ,1���. |���sl .'inl'i ue aid  kl-s, shout.!  me  "'���'���   ' �����   ' \1'  I., Itll  lm, tli.u   I  uiil.'m ni'litl   bet   mi'i  .hat  ho  MWt " id" 1.1 Mil nn   un,- ��hei. I tol.l lu-r. li-d I i eniein-  lu-i    lie i    tio-b   (,1111(10(1���*. es.   sl.nildei oil -tut K  l,.���n me   as .1 it   K'��'l 1>>  '-ell .u >1 felt Uself I lie h��i  ,<���       .'.o tiiu!   tnul I'i n   li lor ueek-. but w iie'iou-,  1 |���u< hu. be. tint si u.i l.i i.������t-rs���     .-she lit n,o   e,*p  ,.,,.   ),',     ,1   l,|tl      'll'lljl       .Ulll   till!   l\,.ll*'>l   .'111   "I*    t'ls  ""Ihn-rw'bl'^'nu,,        irem-alh   .,   v-,,,n   foi   a  nu-is ,ust Iimi: moil   it hu ' .ues. lei > I     I line,.i-  ,,,1,1,111. - u ii ui mi  >'.< uiud "I   1"U '���" '��� ������"w" " '���'"  in  .in.l  I'll tile f'H "''"<" >'��� -i '"ii"11'-  l"l'(> ; "*lw>1,  I,,)      Ink   I >."..l  n-   i �����!.. ..' In I'I   mi  job-.M.l  ,T,ii.tL>-  on-"'  ^   '"I'V fi"-'"1  '*'  ,lM,t    ' ,,,1'  o,s���.st ,1,11,--. f. r I'm*.,nil  one toil t'liiij.   ����l��   ��';1  ,\     ,- U. "iVtl.it  I ue -.�� m������'��!> f>'�� ������������-��� ' "! I"1'  !',',        I   <   ,., t   stu.d  tb.lliM        I   Milt  stll.ltlllt  shllll-  ,Ki      *s��� win *i  I in not  "i'il,UK-' 1  ilimk  I'r.t    t.lonil      I uiul in ���ui.i-'e.'Ki't    'Mh.lt about  i mil  1 uurhti . ' . ,   .        ,  ���   "   Tlo'liiiiKlu-il'tlien.-   "I was born iluit ,*>....>. .  i *, s.u.i.  -1 VI   e Tine "I' b'osl. resistant*...'��� Ami  the., tt lR-lns-*-.  - to lu--p uivav the face H'O-an.l, Ibat's a,l   1 can   ook  ' r r   1 U.ess,'till.the .-nd comes. , Tl.o.i-1 - womlor.  A-.'Life Sentzenci  '.((f~\  XK.'uii'i'ienf,   tui  (J  tmor.    "If I  os!i  ��� mi-  II  r��*i  let mi  The .Ilidj.'je  nietiilated.  ������What  is the t-.-'iiu:i<'-i:*U'-i'." he  if-ke'1-  -  -Weil.'why arc the amateur writers ivh  to   Ihe   IIei-i.ili'1's   prize  story  ooutest  like  1. ti, 7. 0. IV  ������Well'.-" snid the .lud.iro.  nor,"  pleaded   tbo pris-  ,-,  (���oiiuiitlrtun.  will  you  hoiti'.i over airni'-i.  the ui  in tried I*  eh,  ed hii  "T.et-ause."    cn; lihieil  -1 an-*,-,  he!   h'-:-  ���-";>;  ������j,',,,,.-i--..;-ed  lor  !Ue.[-  . contribute  the   figures  anxiously,  the    ch-linq-K-iit.  nre.  after   1<i.7"<"|."  tUuiu'.ert-a tUe  Ma-istrute.  bait-past si\ LUidei the liy oak down tl.e road  "'Tom and I will be so ilia.ippointcl it i on do not  como.     Verj  Sinn ii lj  lOius,  ������KLIZAuKTIf I.i:n WAItREX'  "N'ow thu i*. the letter lT.uiy mil teceiic, and be 11 read  it to the liiusti-jou klc if he ihx*,u t ���  " 'The Xest  " Oly Deir I.oiiuo-���We would so enjoy h.nii.K ion  dme null i's ni"-*-t Widntsl.j m='ht at h llf-p ist tovoi'  In fat t. l,ou. I know all about the qu.iirel .ion and Il.i'ii  hue li t I in I 1 told Toi.i not loin: apo tint it n >s n y  opinion It Is tf people  tie uot suited to eich othei  " 'I hni e i n ite.l a fi ii ml of Tom s to be heie 'Wcdue'-d ' i  ui^l r Ue ,s a\. tull.i' into and I do hope you mil like  e uli mlu  ��� Wc aie soil's fm o diiio in the afternoon and w 11  mett loo .1 Ii.'f p.i-t sn, under the bi^ oak don ii the  to id  ' 'Weu in.. white niiisbii and be sine to look jour  pioltiest   dt   i       Uuais loMii-'li, H1V1'T\  "Toninii sud Iletti. b. icl.lli, "I haio an idea Haul'  n.li be M'ldi i  lint blissed oak!'  * v v **. * '  * * '  The lott--is note .lull ieteiie.1 hi the poisons toi n I om  thev wt-ie intei'deil,  illhoigh ncillici goossotl that f.ut  Whin I.tuiiso s-ii 'Dun Hani" she resolutely folded  it   in" put it bid* in the em elope.  "It toil mill i- Ih-tli's wiitmg," she mused. "I won-  dei n hit she had to s ij to Him., Now. it' it had bteu  fiom 'roia it would I* no been diffoient" Then in a  minute ��� '.M.ibe it i-,u t fiovi llotti at all: it mai be  fion \0'nt>'���xlie chokid lust a btilo���"'soino gld" She  sijilu d '1 dont tine " Two minutes pisstd 'It 't  is,i t fion. 1'ttti I i ondei who it is fit.m " Tiio uiin-  it.s i.io-e "A ell. 1 will lino to tike it out of this  uiiilopo mi n ai to .eiiost- ,t ' 1 lion as the thoiulit  slntk hu (.'unlness, he'll think it is i lot tot fom  mo'    lion diuidtiil' ���   Apusi     ��� Hi II nt i oi know   ml  I will ji si pool, it tho sgnilmo" Vthoioupui si u  slowli pioi.-uhl to utiitt the lot ti i onto nioio fio-n  Us coui'iu I'11 >n>- '>'" i-]'"11' "' hue muled one  of the d. ..est ^liU to dine with us, and 1  want jou to  nn 11 hi i r  Afiu   i1 <t  she u'd  the biter from biginnii.i; to e'i 1  a,*.!  then    is id it   i,-i.ll  , v t �� �� * *  'J 1 {> simo mill 1, ' r-'ht Hun 'i lot toi also. As l.o  opt nod 1 is In sin "\\t u >i>ui- n lilt * ui.islin nnd bo sine  io look   uui  puiti.st, dt II       Alii l.ls loi.ngli.  '���hi:ti'Y "  **"Finil* i   ' ^'isp.d  Hull, "libit  the deuce i*, she  t liking   iboi i '* *  ][t   tin, i |  the pipoi  ihoi, and ��lieu ho saw IjOi.isl's  II line be --,u    l low   whistle  "I li, n I .     , l 1 the ��1 >'le It tn i  ���Well    1  . ill  t'i't   piitli   uork''  ho pM.liu.ied      'I    il  WL.is   tl.."-' I   'loin    uul   I'*, tt'    lino   slii-.h   fnonds  of  milie, aiul he-.-e they; are trying'to lind a man for I.ou so  quickly ir laUon aivny uiy  breath."  .S.i.liloidv lie tlireii- the letter doivn mid sat up straight,'  "(iec w-iiil'likiiis'." lie exi-lfi.iuied. "1. can't address this to  l'.ou!    Why, r.he'ivoul.1  think it was. a letter from' nil,'!''  Wednesday 'afternoon ciuiie. It was ii porfeo't day in  eiirlv 'Mii'iliit. Ua,'l".v had. been in the olliee all day and  -.who'll at hist hls'i'ivorlt .was ei,'led he decidt-d to-take, a  ivallc in tho'su'rroiiiiVTnig t-ountry. l'or days the contents  of tl'iat letter had bee" 'uppermost, in his mind, but it is  certain had he been asked, why at six o'clock ho-chanced  to bo in the vicinity of ihe big oak 1|0 would doubtless  have said that U was purely accident:..,. ,  .-    _  He thi need at his watch for the tenth time within the  last sixty f.iine.te  supi"  .'had  She looki..! I'p'iiiuckh.  ������Hni , I moan Mi   CumniMigs, ni.ij I ask nhit jou  aie duimr In io'  ���C-itainlj, M.-s llicluiuls I was just, nli-ier.din^  I kit ,nn "  T .see ion bolieie in following iu join ai-eestois' foot-  sttps. Mi   Cui.-imiiigs " '  ."And mai I ask hov, i ou came to be here'.' Did i on  come io nut t ti lends''"  "Yis-that is   i*o    I w is taking n walk and '   "kndLil hi diaibnig a tiee.'"  Tl ui no; loot mil thev t *.me d.'iigeiousli neu smiling,,  but .us i id she frou md at hnn "Ham Ciu.imu.gs.  1 think ion aie the ifij meanest man 1 line tur nut  I w >i.t ion to 4ft light down and go awa} O'n, pudoii-  n,o. us i thought came to hei, "1 forgot ion wort eipe. t-  nig t'ltiuls to iiKcl ion hue."  'I think thtre is, some mistake, Mi-s Rich.uds. and it  is mu uho n'eto united to meet one of Tom Wuiens  fimids Hi tbo ii.il," lie sud, ghmuii-- at hot ^u^.  ������ion did not .*   arioiii white muslin as leq'iistid" ,  ���I teilimll lo not k ion- n bat i on aie t I'kmg '.bout  I hue not ho a askeu to wear any palticul.u goiui thi*.  ntttinooii, Jlfi   t'umiui.i'i**"  You wore, toi  1 have"    He was going to s n   Io  hid i 'eltei b longing to her in his pocket, when it sud*  doiih dinned on him that he would lime to contiss to  not onli witlhold.ng it. but, what lias far housl. to  baling I eld .t  '���l'lio Hutu is, I haio a loiter tliattnas sent to mc t>l*  i iul ike, un I 1 ought to liai e reposted it to i ou, but ll'e  I h t is I didn I "  ' Will,    she sud, "I ub-o lutvo n lettei mo tut to ���  and if I eioi  get out of this predicament I'll   ' I'I 1- un t a piedicament���it s a tioc."  ' I don t cue whit jou call it, its all the sime "  ���*M iibo 1 tan get  doim if I t.j,"  he sug->   U.I  Ho soon siood ou the opposite brondi to In r, und  disuit nig., d hu hair f.om the ting thur i.us m< (  \\   so i it sti in���o that t'-etti  could ban* o, uh* siith .1  iu st .ki '. ' si , asked.  ' \\y imi th uk it was a laislake, dcarV      ��� ,.  1 W hi, doii'l  i ou /"  Whin thu note di teir.i faun onto n-on (1>1 >>'''������  p ,.. d h tit ' s  "11 nn  (.'i.u    i.ngs, it s a put i-p job- it s tui .-,-  n i  aftu   the tit. t-   .ppomt  d  toi   (bite piople  to  nut  i��i>  and not o. t  his. o.i o "  ' 11 no Ihej not ?" 1 i asked "I think two ol l' ���" ' "  li. io "  ' Do jou un in lo sii"   ' I in" ���i to * ii   notl inc. but I loaii.-o I  mi cot   11>  i '* l  fuuid of'loin s and 1 int mill  Ihnikjoti  ue  u> > f ui  di U(st ^ rls '    Come on and let's see if Hit.J -   ' '"'  '  ls  it nil   '  ' J 0 1,  is lio  that  "I  "so 1  ever, he se.I  she Will he,here in half an lioiu*." he muse.],  ���tier hurry." Contrary to his decision, hewed hinisoll: ou':: large bowlder under tlie U-oe.  Motor  Acquaintar.ccs  \',j KS. Cr.lMr.KIt had enjoyed so many an:"  j p,v rides, ivitii , vnriou-S higoiiious excuse-  ��� slvebad conniletely mastered tho un-uu-ing voeab-  ularlv and oven t'clt a souse .of'possession In. the 1'"'-  rowed'cars.' Duringf-i' call on a less fortunate ni'ig-le  hor one. day she was cularjriug oil the beauties of In**'  i"U*. , ' '    ,, ^.,,  -Yon shou'hl do some motoring, by all means,    s  ran on.    "I couldn't live without-'If.    I. am so accustomed to our Hightly Cllppiuger that I simply :''""_"  i-.iale horses.    l$y the way, what Is the make of .yom  niai-htueV" ���      '   ' .     ' n t >r  "Oh. mine is a light ritnuiiig lpckstitcli." ���"���''-'!   "  friend, sweetly, "with' hemmer, tucker and butlouuoia  iitia't-hniout." ��� ., -.. '���. .-  *u^'*-J*t*SrH-*^sr'W^'--.��-w%��5. *-f^*,  ��1^##^'"'rftf"-:  n- .-*-tnr**S!�� v^r  '.VJ>^%  \t]' ���  Til  '���"iM  ,,��*!��� rife t  ',!���**<  il* ,*  is"'*r 'f  r6*E/*f-'W  -J    3|j$f(nt--*- JefK  B        -<s 'SV*-*^J'*|�� I  .1-      -'.      "s       'Il   f  ; r*i,  {-it,"  .ft  ?Jfl  ' " ;3t * '  if  ���4*  THE TJEADEE, MOYTE, B1UTISII COLUMBIA  S'   itf'A  i'/'  . % LOCAL ASSAYS  7* 5-5-5$ 5-i-5-$.5-5-5-5 5-5*5-5 ^-SS-S-S-S-SCi--  .Aliueis' Union meets tonight.  Ilev. J. YV". Miller spent part  of-  alie week in  Nelson.  J/ll.   iraw.tUorno,   of    Nelson,  ���was in town this week.   ,  ilorn -January 10th, to -Mr.  .unci Mrs. John Kenny, a son.  Tlie Imperial TJ.iuk is beiup;  ,moved iuto its'new quarters.  "Dr. P.' "W. Lees has been up  from Cranbrook for a few days*.  Mrs;. Ed. B.irr was 'removed  ye->-  '   terday to the'Cranbrook hospital.  Mrs. J. 0. Kempston returned  'Thursday from her trip to Ireland.  There'will be the .regular ser-.  .vices at the Catholic church to-  morrow.  ,  They do allrighfc, who , buy at  ��� Campbell's'during his \big > sale.  Adv. ���     ' ,,     '        '       ��� ',  Prof. Salmon was up from  ,Cranbrook on his weekly visit  '"Wednesday.  ' *"        I1 '  ���Mrs. I. Whitehead and daugh-  ���-ter, Jsaboll, spent last Monday in'.  ���Cranbrook. c  ' ' ."Mis. E. A. H 11 and'childuen "arc,  visiting with' rel.itives at Lelk-  ' bridge.     '   /     ' ,     ,      ',  "/Get   your,eye   ,on    CanipbelT=*  store before the'sale-closes. ���Adv.  Mrs.   (Dr1.)   C.   Aselcstino   camo,  ,upr from Fernie',' -."Wednesday   to  , .attend tho Odd Fellows' -ball.       "  ;  M the Churches.  catuolic   cuunou.  There will be the regular morning and evening ser vises Sunday.  Morning services at ]0 o'clock.  Evening services at 7:30   o'clock.  METHODIST   'CJ-TCRCH  i Morning service at 11 a. m,  J day f-Vnool,  vice, 7:30   r.  Suu-  p. m. Evening serin.     A  hearty wel  come extended to all.   -  llev. J. W. XLILLEK. B. A'.  - '     ,      ' (I'astoi.)  rnnsnyiuKiAN   i-iiuitcn.  Vuiou Service 11 a. m.     Sunday  school and nible class at 2-30 p. in.'  Evening Service at .7-30 p.'in. -A  liearty  welcome to all.  HEV. O. a! -HACKNEY, B. A.'  ,   " -   (Pastor.)  Chamberlain's Cough, llemedy  is nbt a common','qvery-day cough  mixture. It is a meritorious  remedy for all the troublesome  and' dangerous complications rebuking,from cold "in the head,  throat, chest or lungs, ^okl by  Tho Moyie Drug <Sc Srationery Co. ���  McGregor Building Sold.  This week* G. T. JNlcCregor sold  his building on Victoria," street  to  Desaulnier  Bros.,' owners   of  the  Campbell don't'advertise with- I Central hotel.     -We   understand  .Chamberlain's Cough llemcdy is  a' very valuable medicine for  throat and lung troubles*, quickly  relieves and cures painful breathing and, a dangerously sounding  cough which indicates .congested  lungs. Sold by The Moyie Drug  tt Stationery,Co.  Have you a weak throat? Tf  so, you cannot be too careful. You  cannot begin treatment-too, eai-l3r-  Each cold makes you  more liable  i "        i  to another and the last is always  the lianler to cure. If yon will  take Chamborlnin's Cough liem-  "edy at the outset yon will be;  saved much ti-buble. Sold by'The  Moyie Dn.g.*>  Stationery Co.   ,  St., JosepiTs   Convent.  NELSON, B.C. ,    *        '  I. 1  lioarding ant|, Day School conducted by Sisters of Sr\ Joseph, Nelson;  B. C Commercial , and business  .c'oursee a 'specialty. Excellence ''tint!  swift progress .cliftrnctei.izo each ^department. Parents should .write rfor  particulars. .One month :assures the  public tho'"tlioroughne*jB   of- the  Sisters' methods of teaching. Terms  commence January, April arid Sept  Pupils are'adinitted dtiriuc t.orm, .  ''   ,     METAL   MARKET. ,���  'eBBESffiaMBassss-,'  H  ENSE' REDUCTION- SALE. ,  M Goods   to   be   Slaughtered.  ���,'  - ��      ' , '��� ��,  ( i '.  '     ,y i '9a( Kh  Our business lias far exceeded our expectations during the past year. ���  *   To showtlic public our .ipprocia-  tit.ii   of,'tlieir   liberal  .patronage .and   to  .reduce  'our immense stock"' we have, decided    to    put   on   a  N  "' ��� 7><vf lit  "' ;  ' /',-0-V  V' 7 :[%^  L"C'^co  ' r ��� i *  ���   that  will eclipse anything known' in this town.    15very line of  Prygoods, Men's Furnishings,-Boots and" Shoes, E.uo-  bers,, House Furnishings,  Orccltery  and  Hardware^  ���out lie has the . goods at   a price  ,  which sells.���Adv.      '        ,  J. W. Bennett,- of the Iuterna-  .tioual Correspondence Schools,  was iu town during the week.  ���Wni.   Attwood   left Thursday  for Calgary' where he   will,, again  resume his studies at the business  cqUege. . '   '.  A lady's neck far   wis   left in  'j\Xorley' hall'  last,   evening     aud  * .brought   to , .this     office.      The  .owner can call'and  get'property.  r" A big sale of Victoria Cross tea  -and coffee is   reported  by  Crowe  ���-Bros. ', r'V  Jn'all probability there will ,be i  '���a' hockey game   some   time   next  .week   between'tho    Nelson   and'  'l-Moyie teams at the rink here.  All members of the-local lodge  K. of P , aro requested to attend  Jhe meeting next Thursday night  as the installation of officers will  .take place.  It is believed that,Joseph Cosa-  ���vello-Jia*, ouo of the*best mining  propositions ever struck in the  JNloyie camp. Ke has had some  excellent gold assays. * His prop  erty, is within a mile of town.  'dinger Sewing .Machines cost  -very little more than cheap machines. Do the best work and  last a life time, Sold on small  .monthly payments by Geo. B.  'Powell, Cranbrook. ��� In Moyie on  10th of each month.  The benefit supper''and concert  .at ;lhe' Presbytorian church last  evening was very liberally attended, aud, we understand a  .substantial amount was' raised  for Mi\ "White, who was recently  .operated on for appendicitis.  Mr. White is now out of the  hospital and is miking rapid  progress towards recovery.  Wants   Carnival,  the djal was a spot cash proposition. E., A. Hill occupies*'the  lower portion a3',a store, and the  hall upstairs is 'rented, by the,  Miners' Union. . The building is  one of the,'best paying .investments in the town. ,  ���'    '  Engagement   Cancelled.  NewYoiik���Bar .silver; 52    cts  Lead $-175 Copper,''13   cts"  LoNijox--Loa'd��iG, 12s   Od '" '  Stock, Quotations. ���  ruii-NisHKD By BEALE It  1LVWWLL.  'Aurora  Coiisolidfitcrl Smelters  Can. Golilfields  Crniibrrjol: Fire Brick  North Star     ���     <    '   '  Society Gir'  II Id  S2.00  ,   J. 1-2  Askcil  ���   ,2!-  P0.00  M  1.10  si-;  '   25,  " The "Bonnie "Briar Bush Company, which was -to'have played,  hero tonight, has cancelled its engagement on account of losing  time caused by delayed trains.  Nearest Point.  May, IS ( ILilley's ' Comet ' will  have reached its nearest point to  the earth, I2i" million miles. It  will then he a 'splendid object in  the morning sky, before it' is  abscured bsr the rising sun.  It will not be visible in the ,even-  iug or night, < , ,  Turkeys,'  rGeese.,;    * '        ,  Due s;, "'   ,  Chickens, ,,r ������   -  .Fowl,,        Oysters, <    -      *',,'/  Mince Meat],      ,t .���  BURNS -iCfl'^  MOYIE, ,B. C.  will, be subjected to a pr,ice cutting operation that will establish a record'. '     In many instances th'e price  will be cut in two without, regard, to what the article cost: (        >   ' ,���  ' '    '" ,'--''.    '  Wesimply are overloaded with goods and to have a place for the .spring goods,' which will soon be'in,  1 we must sell.       '       " .i-- ,     ' K '" ���  ' "  .    ' "''.      *    /*'    <*',''        ���   -".!:.   .,   *        �� -���  .'  '    This is a cash sale and we propose to*save you money'by paying.cash.   -.No .entry'will be.made iii   the-  books for anything'bought at sale prices.  . '',     '.'     ''.,'..      ,    ���"���      '"-'-.     ���''.:���  Sale, started on Monday the 10th.,  and" continues -for teiivdaW.������._Store will be open till eight o'clock ��.  ;> during the sale.    -We cannot enumerate every article'and specify the former price and , the  present sale  /price bxit just give a few to form an idea of, what it nieans to,the purchaser,    ,.   r    -..  ,        ( "  ,���  ���*' '-'ife  -���3rjH*J  i,'  Men's Pen-Angle.fine hose,  2 pairs for 25^61113. ,  Men's fine' black   Caslniieer  hose,     extra   quality.      Sale  ' price; 25 cents.       "  Men's all wool working sox.  Regular _' price i 35c. ' , Sale  price, 5 pairs for $1.00.  c   Men's working'sox,1  cotton  ."mixture. ' Sale price  'for 25 cents.  2 pairs  Spokane's New Daily.  'At the close of business on Friday, January 7, 7;S31 subscriptions  had been booked for The Inland  Herald, Spokane's new daily.  The subscriptions and advertising  that have beeu^ obtained for the  uew daily has made it necessary  to purchase two more linotype  machmeij.  There is some talk of Nelson  'holding a carnival about the  middlo of February. By the way  .the idea has giiined ground there  is no tiiie-.ti.iu about ifc popularity-  One of tho features suggc-ted is  the annual tournament for the  senior hockey championship of  Briti.-h Columbia. Jn previous  yoat -a thi-, tournament has been  held at 11 inland, but this year,  it is 'stated, Rosshiud L- nut of  senior hockey and the best it 'will,  have will bo in ter mediate.' Vancouver is affcer.the championship,  and there are other cities and  ���towns with no less keen interest.  Thirteenth Annual  Winter Carnival.  r. tt. E.. HALL  DENTIST  The Expert Crown  and  Bridge  Worker.  Office over Mr. Short's  Wall       Taper      Store  Armstrong Ave.,        Cranbrook  February 8 to 12,  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL,  This hotel is now under new  management, and is first class  in every respect  TAYLOS,,   &   BONNER  PROPIUKTOKS.  Victoria Street. MOYIE  Juvenile Courts.  Juvenile ; courts for British  .Cilumbia are likely to bncomoan  accomplished fact after the next  -se-itnon of tlie IjigUlature, the attorney-general having given out  ���that'!t svas the intention of the  .government to proceed in. .the  ���n mtier pi'ovided for by the Do-  M-inion Act of 19'JS, which left, it  uvith tho provincial legislatures  to supplement the Dominion law  with the local enactment bringing  I'!!':   i ' .Hllillil.|!   lllVv   !.'   (-)!'':y  II)   'JfU'll  HOCKtV,  Ch'impiou.ship of B. C.  aufl International ChaiM-  pionship.  SIvl JUMPING.  Championship of Canada.  SKATING.  Championship,     of  tnc  Province.  O V. DESAULMEIl  di:ai.i:u  ritOMPT DELIVERY.  Q,U8ensy Ave.     MOYIE  Boys'./heavy ribbedahose.  Said price 25 cents.    *   *  ���   / '  Misses' flue ribbed hose'.  Special quality. <, Sale price  25 cents.  Misses'   Princess-Rib   hose,  5n green, blue, red and black,  20 cents per pair.  i i.  Ladies' black Cashmcer  hose, seamless i'eet. Sale  price 30  cents. "  ,   UNDERWEAR..  L/adics' all wool vests,  ' 'Watson's Unshrinkable.!'  Regular price $1.00. -Sale  2*ricc 50 cents.  ' Men's very fine lamb's wool  uushrinkable'underwear,   reg-  ; ular   price    $4.00   per   suit.  Sale"price $2.90.     a   '.  - <���   i  ,    ,; L____  Men's black sateen  shirts/  regular   price-  $1.25v'    Sale  1 price 75c. '   \  , .    . .,  Others,*; the  regnlnij-price:  Men's    Fine   Negligee  Shirts by the best makers,  iu the latest patterns. Regular prices from $1.50 to $2.00.  Sale price  $1.00.  of which-is $1.50, will 'be sold  for'$1.00.    '    " '    '."'"''    <  1 l   <- i  -������ i  . * ,       o*1        ���?  ���, Men's',', black ''���ribbed' drill .  shirts, regular, price'$1.25._  Sale"priceT75c.     .' , ",'',  .- ��� i    . *  Regular price $1.50. "''Sale'  price $1.00 '   ��   ���  -Eoys' Sweaters.  An immense variety of pat-  terns bunched in a heap.  Prices ranging from 75c to  $1.50. You will find them  with a red ticket on., Sale  price A 6c.  Men's bib overalls, regular  price $1.25.    Sale price '85c.  Men's, women's and children's rubbers and overshoes  will be cleared right out at  cost.  Children s White Bear  Coats in '/'Buster Brown"  and other styles'.<-   'All" sizes.,.  Splendid values at ,$4.00  "    "      "      "   3.50  . "'    '"5.S0*  "    .   ,   !���     ."   3.75  "     ,,"    ", coo  . "       '  *"     ."   -1.75  iioVv  $2.15  1.75  3.30  3.55  3.85  '  2:35.  The' reason, for  the   above  rkffis-ypriees    is   the > fact   that  these goods must, be sold while  winter is here.  Boots and shoes will receive  their share iu this great  slaughter.  i *;  ",,' Fancy' Art Muslin '36 fn-,  I. ^      *  ches wide, sale price '5   cents  per yard. ������   <<   . ** ^ '  ,Thc "Chic" hair  piiV,   the'  most   uscfnl   ever    invented.  Regular price ��� 10   cents,   sale'  price 5 cents.   Common pins 2 packages  for 5 cents.  On our celebrated ."Crown  Plate Silvcrwcar" the. prices  will be cut in two. All crockery will be sold at less than  cost price. ��� Now is your  chance, to buy fancy China at  your own price.  Rugs and Mats of which  we have an .immense stock,  will be slaughtered without  regard to original prices.  The price on our Mattresses  aud Blankets will be ' put  within the reach of everybody.  Even-thing will be   marked  in plain figures.  filled nr  STOP AT THE  Tobogganing  Curling Bonspiel  Horse Racing  And Other Events.  Masquerade and Dance  A  Grand   programme from  Tuesday    night   until  ,��at-  1 ur.day night.  Reduced Transportation Rates.  P. Til'NT,  ������!����-  If.   P  t.'.f.-t'.  McCRANEV,  Weci'et.'.iry.  /..-��� '.'WHEN .IN  CRANBROOK  J5. Bt. BMAT,Ii, Msuiiiccr.  Good rooms, good  tables and  bar  , and first-class sample'rooms.  ��� All men's underwear selling at '10c and 50c per garment has been sold and   now   wc have   the   tabic  with other high grade underwear.    Sale-price 75c and $1.2.5.  Although our store has been crowded with buyers every day during the sale until late iu the evening, \vc "  endeavored to give efficient service. The goods are so displayed and marked in plain figures that makes it pov-ibt*-  the purchaser to pick out just what they want without the .services of a salesman.  It would require the services of the whole of this paper in order to give  a  fair   idea  of  what  we are  doing the next ten days but  Come and Share in the Bargains,  .   ���   -;^ -,.'',-���' hundreds of which would be difficult to advertise. '���'.., ' ���>.-.������',  -;.'Three;'Ihings:'We:I)o.; . .:  '���������������" ,; l~We do���give a special every year.  2���We do���mind our own business.  3-We do���all right.  ' *>.'��,-!i-:.v1i-.  *^t? " ' lVi*i*uv,  '^/^���tlfc-  ^.'. >V'K*sSk"  V'hi. ���*?-i'fi#;  ���i''*i.��j.',i-,\A  , T *���>���&������'J*V  ',-**��<.>..,.  ,  -'.wVS'^-i,  '���* Tv^i-\,--  .    �����.%..'&*.'  ��� -1 --��r-c��^;  ��� '4%5  .  ..  -  ,  *-, .  piano lessons  h:c. salmon  ���of Cranbrook '  (I'hone 2(53.) ''  visits Movie Aveeklv.  .-studio ot Mr-*-, ''ilbert  �� il   a"   ,     *~    "**      t   ���*, w   P.~". 71 V*    v-ii---    <*���<���       y�����,  (r-  =^  TWO DOLURS IN GOODS  FOR ONE DOLLAR IN CASH  ^  Jf  Remember this sale lasts only   10 days.  *N rX*-- ^ * HfO**: s^���-  t-i*J?r>  !iV \  ��� ���>  f��i-*f  ���l; ��t\  ���\ v  "it  1 ,


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