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 n  \j  $&$&]? Do yoi  ir^l-tj.lti WT^lF  W*.  6ti v' pi ?P  Si"' ' aS*- A  , j/i,iJF'v ��  vi'TS-'.-i-*:--':"  ?^^VOL. 12 NO, 40  - ' ,j'-m   Do your cyc-i bother you:  Consult W.  H, Wilson,  of    Cranbrook    aud  satisfaction.  ���HfS'0bm,  Morning Glory Eggs  ,r^^ ;  ' * Strictly. Fresh.  . flfjSwe have a few fozeu strictly fancy fresh eggs put up in  K^^cartoons especially, for family use; 50c per dozen, Saturday  |f|'$lSoiily.    One dozen to a customer. .      , ,   ��  EG.  QWYNNE,  ^  . We ask you to try a pound of our  fancy biscuits.     Tliey  are fresh,  and crisp just from the  factory.  , Remember that all goods sold  "by  us are guaranteed and. .sold' at a  moderate price, quality considered:  -* Get the habit,    f Go to,  GROWE bros. & ca  Prosperous Year.  We can offer you' some excellent investments^ in land ,for  - small-monthlyopayinents of $5.00 I.antl is the' best investment today; it is sure to increase-in value and is perfectly safe. Invest your .savings with us. ' .Write us - for  full  information.        ���  ' ,> ',, ,  BEALE & ELWELIi,  Cranbrook, B. XJ,  w -  '",       .,   ,      -I -  Two Winners<of;Trade are  ���*. ,, -v.    "���/"*'    ���'  -  ��� ' *���-     .-  *���  OldJ Cbiintry lea  y ' , .     " "������'-'   ��. and. ��� - �� i y  1 t.      ,   -^ I       I. _ 1 I *���    *��� *"-/*(-��������� *. ������ 1., *l       * (t  Men^dOvJaVaHGo^e;   ;  -     -, 1- ...J      J   c  ,-    I       V       , I ',*J*   A--',.'*-. *. '       *        I ,  None .Better, at any^Erice;;Anywhere.  c   - * ,*py i     ��, a  J. W. FITCH  MOVIE'S  LEADING  -HOTEL. ' �����  Hotel Kootenay  c *  The best of accommodations  for  the Traveling  Public.  Large and Commodious Sample Rooms.  Billiard Rooms.  McTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors. ', ' j}  ������^  *��� s" y?;-?* '!*��..  ,y .>;��*�����'  Stock Taking Sale.  and continuing  ,   Ic'.iVSji*  '"(,;_,%  " .**-* -^  ^*-y:f  *4 *-'"'.-.'  .*.*/>/  - 'Xj,  .V-i-'v  Beginning ^londaj-, the   lOtli,  for 10 days, we will sell  at   cost   250   pairs of  -.vonien'saud children's shoes.  ftegular $5.00  shoes for  3.50  2.25  $3.50  2.25,  1.75.  In    order   to   make   room for our new clothing  we  have 60 20th Century suits to sell at cost or  under.  Regular  $30.00   suits  now $23.00.  <��  . 28.00       " "     20.00.  " 25.00       " "      18.00.  Come earl^' and get 1st  choice.  B.   A.   HILL  The St. Eugene, which is owned  by the Consolidated ^Alining &,  Smelting Company, last year took  out 142,027 tons of ore, and produced 21,119 tons oE concentrates.  The gross value o�� this ore was  considerably over half a million  dollars, being, S70o,71-L80. All  this ,ore wa^ treated by' the' company's smelter and; refinery at  Trail. Tn development work .12,-  270 feet was done, and also some  9,078 feet * of;'diamond drilling.  Two tunnels extend into "the  mountain almost a mile each, and  the .Lake Shore ' shaft is ��� ��� down  808 feet. The mine and mill are  well equipped with'up to date  machinery, and both are' beinj?  worked to tlieir , full '��� capacity.  There are 350 men on the payroll,  which" last year amounted- to  about $10,000 a month. There is  a plentiful supply of ore .in sight,  and the mine seems destined to,  have many prosperous years  ahead of it..        '     %__.     ���    -,  Odd Fellows'.,. Ball.  f -      -^-r^*  * y '[  ' The dancings element in-Moyie  is looking forward-to the Odd Fellows' ball, which"will be held next  Wednesday pivening, 'January .12.  All arraugements are now practically "completed. "���The dance  will start promptly, at 9 o'elpck.  For music Messrs. * Chapman, "Salmon, and Kamm have, been 'engaged. Messrs. McTavish & Cam  eron, of the Kootenay hotel, will  serve0the supper.' The '.lodge ex-,  tends a��� cordial ��� invitation to  everyone tor'attend.-,' i,  The Black Horse:;  .'.. ��� ���* .. .' 'ly  i ->,,��� ���yi���~ , , At-  ' Tlie Black Horse "property in  the Coeur d'A Ienes is said to be in  excellent,.condition. ^Machinery  is now on the ground for "the concentrator, which the company  will erect at an early date. The  buildings are already under .way,  antl the work pi installing the  machinery will soon be started.  A large amount of ore is ready  for' the mill a3 soon as it is completed. ��� '  Curzon May fiet It.  It is reported that experimental farm which is to be established in the Kootenays will be  located in the Moyie valley, not  far from Curzon. The laud and  the climatic conditions there seem  ideal foi* such a farm.  |   -   GENERAL FLOAT       ,*  *Se���6e���feS���fe������efe���������ife<66*33^:  ' South African Script is quoted  at $700. i  Ltdysmitk ia to have an oil .refinery.  Hi      I*  'A dog> has lived thirty-nine  days without food.  I / ;      ,  There are several hundred idle  men iu Vancouver..  The Rossland carnival will be  held from,February 8th to 12fcb\  '- '"   '  ~yr-~'- '  ���'' *  <��� All,the liquor licences in Phoenix have   been   renewed  at' the  rate of $050 per annum.' '    ' ���  ii __j i,  The Dominion government will  expend $50,000 upon,a postoffice  and* customs building   in,'Prince  ��  i ',, -if        .  Rupertv '_,     '���",''���',  Harry Lauder\ carries an, orchestra of 15 pieces with,his company'. He will be in Spokane on  the 21st! -        '''���'.���* t-  '  f ���. - ��� ,  ��� Some , of the*.'skyscrapers in  New Y;ork' contain 'enough occupants   to   inhabit   a   good   sized  <- p i -' "    i'  town.' '���.'��������� "      '  4,< * -*        . *-" ,.  I       I.        'r    1- ,      ", t  vTheSa.lvation irmy grew out  of the Christian Mission established in the. East End'of London in  1803 by General Booth.";  Moyie the Winner.  s*cr^r^s?r^?^-^?i5?^?^?r;5*<",c-*����-'>*--^* %_  Prince ltupert' is to havo a  lightingl'��plant-' ��� The �� provincial  government is to lend $50,000 in  aid of its construction.  A'i      ,k "t "/��^,  Mighton & Cavariaugh have dis  posed of their brokerage business  Payday Next Monday.  Monday will be payday, and  $31,000, the amount of the St.  Fugeue . piyroll, will be disbursed at tlio rmperiar Bank. The  bank will be open that day until  G p. in., as is the usual custom on  payday.  Blown to Fragments.  Chas. E. Race, for several years  editor of the Nelson  Miuer,  aud  for January, 11 th, and will oe heid  in- Nelson- and_are  \_       , *   . *  *   * '   'T-yf f  Vancouver. * ,*, ���   c,i  opening   in  ���*<   "Kid"-Scaler,-weH'known in the  Kootenays and-Spokane,,fought a  20 round draw witj^ B-'1!??',,a_fc ^ac"  remento on New Year'a Day.  The Fernie Free Press says that  it is reported that the late King  Leopold was interested in a coal  property up the Elk river.  " Just to show that they could  play hockey and that, there ��� was  no hard feelings,, Moyie fairly  wiped up <the Fernie team at the  i-iuk Thursday night hy a score of  12 to 2. The 200 or more people  who gathered at the rink   wit-  nessed  tho   fastest ��� and cleanest  '    " i  game  they had seen ia  a    long  time. It was an ideal night, clear  and, frosty, 'and the 10 electric  lights made the rink as "bright as  day.' However, there .were t some  accidents. In the first half Kel-  Iey got a bad fall and was 'carried  off the ice, and in'the last^half (civ  Wright and Bearstoe, of the For- ���  nie team,,were injured/ The, latter was struck a glancing blow on  the forehead with the puck' cut-  ting a- gash which 'required* five  stitches. , Dr. CoQia' was on the  ground and renderd valiant service in patching up the injured.'  There were six and a half more  minutes'to play when (Bearstoe got  hurt, and Fernie having ��� no one  to take his place, the game was  called off., Gallon, spare man for  Fernie',\ had already taken  "Wrights place.-,' "Billy" ' Clilfe.  the referee, was fair in his decisions and gave the best of sat-  faction 'all round. Two Germans  were timekeepers���Kamm and  Doboremer.      Following   is , the  in  lineup; ���' ���      , ,*,  J        fei.xie. .,  i  i * 'i     l   '       ,  Todhuuter,   goal;,  Armstrong,  point; Wright, cover point; Bearstoe, right wing: Meagher, center;  Gates] rover; Smith", left wing.  Gallon, spare.. �� '  *,   ,-'      '    'movie. ',      t * . y  - Grady, goalf Donohue, ., point;  Kelley, cover point; Dimock, left  wing; Keating, center; Sheridan,  rover;' Dixon,.right-wing. cMeKay,  spare. ��� ������   �� ,  After. the , game there ywa^a  spread at.the Central liotel, and  both teams sat   down1   together  During the fiscal year over 25,-  000 people were .naturalized in  Canada. ' ', Over 9.000& of them  came from the United States.  A goose has been known to live  Gfty years, a swan one hundred  years, a sparrow forty years, a  hen ten years aud a robin twelve  years. *  The Miner's Union at .Michel  voted on a proposition to build 'a  hall and a stoie of their own. It  wao carried by upwards- of 500  majority.       ' >   ,  Thos. Russell, a homesteader  near Saskatoon, was frozen to  death ou January 3rd. He was  hauling coal from town aud lost  his way.  Winnipeg will be a billion dollar city in 1911 if the bank clearings increase during the next  two years at the same rate as  they have during the past year.  The annual general meeting of  the Mountain Lumber Manufacturers' association has been called  ���A "  Imperial Bank of Canada.  Capital Authorized $10,000,000.00  Capital Paid Up  5,000,000.00  Reserve   Fund  BRANCHES   IN BRITISH C0LUMBIA-  C ranbrook, Arrowhesid, Golden. Kamloops, Michel.   New   Michel  Fernie, Nelson, Revelstoke. Victoria, and Vancouver.  Drafts and Money Orders sold avaible in any  part of the World  Savings Bank Department.  Interest allowed on deposits from  date  of deposit.  JMOYIE BRANCH.      J. F. M.   PINKHAM, Manager-  ��e��<M*(>��4M99C��94K^����4^ee��9e&9ee9j^e��<3e��99��)9��e*)e����i''  later publisher of tho Rossland  Minor, was blown to fragments by  a premature explosion of a blast  in his mine at Duraugo, Mexico,  oue day last week. Deceased  loft British Columbia five years  ago for Mexico, and it was said  had accumulated considerable  wealth.   District No. 6  Meeting.  James Roberts and Joe McLaren wero elected at the meeting last Saturday evening as delegates to tho annual meeting of  District No. 0 of tho Western  Federation of Miners, which convenes at Trail on January 19th.  Cranbrook Rink   Open.  The Cranbrook skating rink i.s  open and has been in use for several days. Tt is receiving fxiIcu-  did patronage  at   Cranbrook.  In a recent freight train wreck  near Chicago it was discovered  that several cars consigned to  breakfast food concerns were  loaded with peanut shells from  the poanut buttor factories iu the  south,  The Inland Herald, Spokane's  new daily, will be supplied with  the United Press Association and  the Hearst News Service. The  Spokcsmau-Reviewand the Chronicle have the cinch on the American Press Association service.  The C. P. 11. t-teamer "Empress  of Indian1' which arrived at Vancouver from tho Orient last week,  brought among her cargo, 3,000  bales; of silk raw aud munufac-  tured. This was valued at $300 a  bale, the consignment being worth  approximately $1,500,000,  STOCK. TAKING'  /  Odds and ends, usually  show  up  at, tins  lime���too,long" in stock.-   Special prices  on'  these to clear them qiit.    We- are not  uam-r  i ���       ,i , ,  ing  any  stated reduction  or   usin^  drastic ,a  measures to reduce our stock.. - Wc find it '  ' none tod large for our monthly  turnover.  ��� 'Three Things We Don't.Do.  1*���We never mark up goods   in   anticipation t of  --reduction sales. '  , -    *��� *    i       ,       c       ���  .2���We never buy,' "jobs", or "seconds" to mix in.'f  * 3���We   never- go  < values. '���  through , and -, withdraw- best  MacEachern & Maedonald,  S?? $'$'$'$y^y^-?'-?'^,?"^'^^y*"<"'  Notified Hotel \Me'ny  and spent a pleasant hour.' There  was no ill feeling over the game.  It was well fought, and the Fernie boys*, were simply outclassed  by the homo team. '  HOCKEY   NOTES.  The next hockey game will be  played at Moyie ou the 11th between Coleman'and Moyie.  At Fernie New Year's Day,  Moyie was beaten by a score of  5 to 2, aud at Coleman on the 3rd,  Moyie was beaten 9 to 0.  Good News.  1 All indications now point that  the ledge at .the Aurora mine  has been struck, aud that a, big  body of ore will be uncovered.  Up until a day or two1 ago the  rock was very hard and progress  was slow but now the conditions  are changed. Everything looks  blight for the company and  bright for the camp. Those who  pinned their faith to the Aurora  are winners, and everybody is  glad to see them win.  Installed Officers.  Chief Constable Simpson of  Fernie was in' Moyie Wednesday'  and made a personal inspection of-  all fivehotels in town. In each  of'the hotels he rm.de certain 'recommendation's' for improvements  that will have to'be;ruade.' "All  five hotels were' granted, licences  for three" months only,'; with the  understanding, of1 course'; ��� that'  they will be mide but, forJ.the,Tfull  six months if the required improvements' are made. , These  three month licences, wiill expire  oh starch 31st. ���* ,  Provincial Legislature.  ��� The Trovincial legislature will  open on January 20ch. We understand that Thos. Caven, the  member for this riding, will come  to Moyie to enquire into the  needs of the town prior to going  to Victoria.      ,       , .  v i ' ,,     - '  New Mine Inspectors.  Robt.. Strachan, of  Moyie,  and >  Evan Evans, of Corbin, the, newly ,  appointed  mine  inspectors,    will "���,  enter upon the  duties , of ' their  office about February   1st.. ' Thos.  Morgan,- the  present  incumbent,  -will be'transferred,,, to Vancouver,'  Island, taking charge   of the.-Na- ..  naitno - district.'   The' Leader    is'  ���        -' A     *"' *      I A ,  pleased to see ,a\Moyie  man   get-.  "one-of-the"  appointments.     'Mr.  Strachan h* a thoroughly capable *  man, and U* thoroughly, versed iii  all conditions, of  mining.., Bi-fdro ,  coming to Moyie .heYYwas -.superin- '<*  tendent of   the'mines   at    Coal  Creek,    ne has worked at the St.  Eugene for over a year.    He will '  probably continue  to  make   his  home in Moyie.  To Be Married on the   12th.  J. Buchanan, of the assay office  of the smelter at Trail, loft on  Tuesday last foi* Danville, Que,,  at which place he will be married  to Miss Helen Riddle, formerly of  Trail, on January I2ch. Miss  Riddle is a sister of Mrs. S. G.  Blaylock, and is well and favorably known in Moyie.  Logging   on   Big  Scale.  The East Kootenay Lumber  Company are working about 10  men at their camp south of Aldridge. They are logging with  donkey engines.  ,' ,.A  "&i|  <?  Benefit Supper on 14th.  There will be a hot supper and  concert at the' Presbyterian  church next Friday, January 11,  the proceeds of which will bo  given Rev. II. White, who is iu  the hospital at Cranbrook Mr.  White was operated on a short  timo ago for appendicitis, and  although he is making favorable  progress it will be some time uu-  til'he is agaiu able to be around/'  The supper will be served from  5:30 to S, after which there will  be a short piogram, Tickets are,  50 cents.  To Select a   Leader.  ' Tlie Liberals -will hold a convention at Victoria to choose a  leader for the party in this province.           FOR. SALE:���Mantlo folding  bed and mattress. Pi ice $12,  Apply at this oflice.  Last Tuesday evening the new  officers of Wildey Lodge No. 41.  I. O. O. F., were duly installed in  office by W. H. L-iird, district  deputy grand master. Following  are those installed:  Louis Collin���P*st Grand,  Fred Ege���Noble Urand,  N. W. Burdett���Vico Grand,  F. J. Smyth���Secretary,  P. J. McAlpine���Treasurer,  Edward L.  Hutt���Warden,  Arthur Pitman ���Conductor,  Jas. McDougall���R- S. N. G.  Richard A. Webster���L. S. N. G.  Jas. Roberts���R S. V. G.  Wm. Johnston���L S. V. <>.  A. C Clark���Chaplain,  Oswall McDougall���I. G.  Wm. Flemiug���O. G.  Wm. Sunday��� R. R. ���**-.  Chas. Dawson���L S, S,  We are  Showing  sers  that will at once appear to men who  Appreciate Troaser Superiority.  a desii\il>le  as a tonic  suit.  A pair of gOOd  trousers is always  addition to a man's wardrobe.    They act  iu building up tho appearance of a man's  Price  $2.50 to $7.50.  Daylight Store.  ROBERTS &  MESSINGER <**2
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Spokane,    Nelson
! western  points    went   around!  StrOtig B€£&?)$ Woftietl
.Piblisbed in t,heintt-r<--st of the people   by     lic-vclslok'e    and    Golden
of Moyie and .Ksif-l ICoot;enny.
R .1. SMYTH, lAn-.ynr.r..
it vtt.   or   »rii<.i-i':i'iioN
phe, Year
SATURDAY,  .1AN.,,,S,   1010.
Here's hoping-   the   Kootenay Central-\vill lie built clur-
'   niir 1910.' '
-When the. university of Co^
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, .peuhageu turned down Dr.
.Cppk,,they were u.p to 'snuff.
Copenhagen snuff.
'■Here is a good' motto- for
-theiicw year: -Late'to bed,
,early to rise;' work like hell —
•and' advertise.
from   Golden   to   Tort   Steele
-', by stage, and ng"ain from Fort
J Steele to Moyie by .stage.     In j
"| those   davs   the   Spokesman-
| Review, was   frequentiv   three1
I - !
.[weeks old when it ..reached
here. Now it arrives ou the
evening-of the day on which
il i.s printed.
North   Vancouver
if a vtonifin. i.s strong nnd heiillliy ifi.a womanly way, motherhood iven-1*, to her but little suffering. The trouble iits
in the fact that the many women MifTer from iM.-nk.nets und
disea.*,e of the distinctly feminine lOrganisiii and are unfitted
for motherhood.    This caii be remedied. ,      '    '
On Pierce's Favorite,Prescription'
Cures the v.-enknc*,*,c's and disorders of women.
It nets directly ou,t.i«* dclicntc nnd impprtnnt
orgtiuu concerned in motherhood, inakin*' them
licallhy,    strong,    vigorous,   virile   and    clastic.
''Favorite Prescription" banishes the indispositions of the
period of expectancy and makes bnby's  advent easy and
almost painless.    It   quickens' and  vitalizes the   feminine
organs, and insures c healthy nnd robust   bt'by.    Thousands' of women  have
testified  to its  marvelous, merits.
It Makes Weak Women Strong.     "it Makes Sick Women Well.
-Honest druiS-Iists do pot offer substitutes, and urjjc them upon jou ns ''just
ns goody    Accept,no secret nostrum in pluci* ot"' tliis nov-scmt rcn-i-ch..   .It
co-it-iiiys'not a drop of  ulcohol and not.n jji.iin of tiuhit-fuf.iii.ij! or injuiiou-,
ri.-u^s.     Is u pure glyceric cvtrnct of healing, njtivc Americun toot**.
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Meets'J'uc&.i.iy e.enlngd in, McGrt-goi
hull  on  Victoria,  Mrri-t.    Sojourning
Odd Fellow-, corilisillv invittd.
Fiiv.u Km*. 1\ J. S.MVTJI.
Noble Grand. 'Scsr'y,  ■
,/y ,"2*s v>\      K.   Of  P..
tel' ,<b) V'l    '
,y r**^j' f. }A    Meets cvirjy Thursday
X&&&P*) j evening    in    AlcGrej,o;
1ml! nt, H  c"c!ock-.   Veiling bictliors invited.
P.'J. McAli-i.ni:,    -   ,       IU IJilIj
Cliancellor'Oom.     ,    ,K,U   &.    S.
A Happy New Year To All,
• I take the advantage of .this  joyous season'.,'
place myself 'in   closer touch   with   tlio.se w]
have favored me< with'their custom'  durin^ [},,
past'year and who have helped me   to  enrlotv
'the word SCCCLCSS.' ,
Uy  watchword 'for   1910 will b<_
','Con.plele Satisfaction to  My Customers."
He   Could   Do  It.
In a'certain church in Irohnitl a,
Here aro some 'of the scheme-
th it are advanced fur -North Vancouver,'as soon .as tho second
narrow;,',; bridge if, bijilt: A large j young priest took for liis text,
drydtick in which are interested ["Tlio Feeding of the Multitude."
several Vancouver and Spittle' I»ut ho said, "And they fed ten
people; a car m.-uuifaclui ing, plant! People with 10,000' loaves * and
which will build sleeping cars and | 10.000 fishes.''' Thereat an old
general  freight   cars,   which   in i Itishman said, "That^s no miracle,
teu'd-j'to have the biggest plant in   '  "    '
western ,Can:idii, -and''for   which
jj(v>i?oi: (i.ici;.vci3 notiuk,
-Jf a zinc   smelter   is   tc>  be .
.built iu the   Kootenavs,'  why
i.s not Aldridge the nio.ft suitable location for it?        <.       ; "
one thousand acres aro already
under option, and hist but ,not
Jeas,t a railway freight .terminus.
The latter is perhaps the most
important." Since , the Canadian
Northern   has-* dtJiided   tb   build
1 begorra, 1 could do that  myself,"
which tlie priest overheard. '.,The
next .Sundiy the priest auuounted
the f*ame tex.fc„but ho had "ifc different this time: '-And'-, they fed
'10,000 people, ron ,ten loaves of
bread and ten fishc-s." lie waited
a secoud arid th'cn leaned o^'er tho
Harper's Weekly: We have
cow "sheds  for  our cows  and
. • *      -j* .  , j
.wood  'sheds   for,' our   wood.
Why not have a place apart in
which to shed our tears?.
down to Kimloops and along   the'ipulpifc aud asked, "And could j-pn
route of tlie  6.'P.  11, the" Grand ! do that, i\lr.   SJurphy?"     Murphy
Notice is hereby given that one
month after date 1, Francos L.
Taylor, of -Moyie, l^riti&h Columbia intend to apply, to,the Superintendent*-of Provincial 1'olico for
a transfor from mys-elfto Meechcr
l'j, Taylor and .Michael J. , Bonner
of my hotel licence for fcho premises known and "de-cribed as "the
International llpiel, I.l,oyie, B. G,
Dated'this Ifith day of December,
A. D„ lOOOy
.   '     TRACES. L. TAYLOR     7
SoII'lrk  J.il'l-,-1-, N<J. J".5
A. I'.   *   A. Mi
$p Regular    meetings
A  ,ou the  firrtt \\red-
nes-day      oJE   each
month.       , '
'Visiting brothern' *»\ ck-c ino..
,  C. T. SlcGregor, W. M.     .
D. A, Ayi'Os, Secretary.   ,
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Postofiice   Blocl
-.   Ottawa I^ree Press:.  Que of
I   .     ' ' c
the fashion journals   says   the
J or, J ,
ladies will,not wear rats next
year. Pessimists will at once
decide that something equally
.abSurd will be woru. ,'
Trunk Pacific has changed the
route of its branch lino np.d'< a
suitable route '^through India'u
river aud down the Seymour   has
f fr */ r
been  found.      There] aro  several
other 'schemes     that   will'   ripen,
when -the'bridge- is .'constructed
and   th'ero', aro  many   influential
men interested in'these,. so   it   is
.    t **•*   .
sale to predict that tho next  few
years "will'be record ones  for ;the
■ There are two "'big expositions iu sight. One' at.; Win-
, -uipeg'iu 1912, ancl the Pan-
- ^ma-Pacific at San 'Francisco
• 3111915:- ,Moyie' ,will 'head
. 'both off by holding , her 'Do-
*. ..lliiuiou Day celebration iu 1910
Considerably    over    half   a
.juillipn'dollars'   worth   of  ore
' was   taken , out   of    the r St.
E.igeue   miiie   during    19Q9.
And there   is   enough   ore   in
'   sight  for    several'3'ears }-et.
The St.   Kugene   is   certaiuly
a wonderful producer.
" "Governor Iladley has 'of-
' fercd S1000 for a Missouri
.song to be written in two bars
and several rests. ' If the
thousand were paid in advance
they ought to be' able to , start
psomething in'the'nmsical line
Coming Events.'
© •
 .       Convection District No.   G,   ,W.
ambitious   city  across   the   inlet   l"1* of iM. at Trail, January   lOfch.
replied, "Sure, your reverence. J
could." J,,'Aud how could you dp
itW saicl tho priest: ."Sure,'- your
reverence, 1 could do ifc with what
was left over from last Sunday:"
which at last appears to   be com-'
ing iut,c its0owu
„ * Is'1 Now' a Ranch'ey.
.tDr. McTntnriT, a   former 'j-astor
of tbe First'."Methodist 'church  in
Spokane,aud,whp a few years ago
founded 'the   Alamo"   colony near'
Bonners Ferry, is' now '."ranching
it",down iu the Wilamefcfce valley
in.Oregon. . A   few   days ' ago,' a
Sook.ine man jvas   dining' at *a
lunch counter in.S.vlem, Ore.,  and.
perched on a  high  stool  opposite
him ho   recognised   the. rubicund
features of the Rev. .Mr. Mclutui if
The   i*rmor   Spokane, minister
was dreesed in high boots,  canvas
coat aud wore a peaked cap,   giv-   month.
Provincial legislature opens
January 20th.   p     ' '   ,.    b
ti Bonspiel at Nelson January 21.
Meeting "of "Associated IJaards
of Trade at Nelson, January 20fch.
Rossland Winter, * Carnival,
February'Sth'tg 12th.   '    ,'
Notice is hereby given,that one
monthafterdate"we, Ueeelier E'.'
Taylor and Michael J. TJonner -of
•Moyie, Vb. 0. inleaul tu apply to
theJSuperhitondonfc of Provincial
Police for a liquor licence for tlie
premises known and desciibed a%
the International 'jJotel, Moyie,
li. C. y     -  *    *   '
Dated this l.jfch day of December,
A. 1),,'1009.    '     13. li. TA'YLQR, %*
, .   , M.'U. BONNER.    ,
SToyie   Minei's',  Union
■ "     Wo. 71  W'.'F, of M.i   ,, '
.Meeta in McGregor hidl every Sjitui"-
dny t'veuintf.' Sojourning mcniberH
arc; cordially inviteil to atu-nd.
Jblui\Royd,     ',       James Roberts
l^A'eiilont. i Secrelary,
i . r*     f
ct '
For Sale'
i! ' ' I .
„    For $125.00.
]   A   '
Easy. Payments
Harney,'    McGarter  <S?
«        ( tt f  i
Macdonald.     •   •
Barristers, SoliehorSj Notaries, Etc  '
Cranbrook, . -   - ' *B., C.
MOYIE,■'■B;: C.
r * «       -     '        t
w. r; GURD,f'     •
t '       J
B. C
i>E:isr^E,x'stTi?. '    . ''
Cranbrook, B," C.
We have a few lots left "on the
beautiful Rowling Road, right
close to the River , Itoad, car line,
and commanding an unsurpassing
Prices,    $27o   and   $800 *• each.
Eastern   Canada
.George H Thompson,
JUiuusTr:,*,, * Solicitor
,      c '•
..       NOTARV RUIJUC, 4.O.
CRANnROOK,.'    Bkhish Coi.u&nnA
% ' L\-,0. ROX.S0I     ,"'*"\1     -,      I   "-"'   '">     <        ';'.„  '"   ','V
»•!>        <"•'*.,       "        . ,  -   rnoxE.73 .'
" ji* '."--,    1* ■ - }i
W * .' - -t'" *     y     , „   . ' '     ;  ■   ''      i
I East. Kootenay Bottinv"Co"'^
Terms $25 cash, balance   $10   per
ing him rather the appearance of
a sporty Mngli-ih squire., Tn conversation the doctor stated that
he had purchased a farm near
Salem a fow years ago. enjoyed
the life, was doing well aud had
every expectation of remaining a
farmer the rest of his life.
—Ctjf'onhMe. ■■
How Mark Got Even.
We  c-au   recommend   these   to
Low Eounil Trii> I.ul'>« to, '
1 .,       , *■    ■ ti
- Ontario,' Gluebecl and, ■
Maritime Provinces.
t (
Tickets on Sale Dec.'1 to Dec. '$1, uvr
elusive, good to return & within tluce
months.    Tickets issueil   in    connection
w, r.^beatty' ,'    ,
*_ JEmbahjier and Uudei taker,
,    '-* -
Phone 9-S •   .- CRaNBROOK
Cranbrook,,- B. C.
?■ **
^anufa6Uii-ors- of all/ kinds of carbo'n.iicl      !' 7*
:|?ovcrugest.;-2yo sphro no, expohsc  to have
our'-gooijs iho best 011 llio^narket.        "•" '-
There.are others, But!,! '
/**     V
' «. f   "*
«: J*i*»j-   i
g ' J-
- M"ark Twain once asked a neighbor if he might borrow a sefc of
his books. The neighbor ' replied
ungraciously that he was welcome
•<i , . to rend thorn iu  his   librarv.   but
wtthseveraH-est^utwobars.lKe^   a ,lllo   nevep   ^ ^ ^
books   leave   his"    house.      Some
weeks later   the   samo   neighbor
Rev. Ilug-hcs of Cranbrook
is undoubtedly a success as ' a
preacher, but in the field of
journalism1 he has been somewhat of a fizzle. In the
"Searchlight" he printed
news that came second and
third handed, aud -palmed off
mere gossip   as   gospel   truth
sent oyer to ask for   tht*   loan   of
.Mark Twain's lawnmower.
"Certainly,"' said .Mark, '''but
since 1 m-ike it a rule never to lot
ifc leave my Hwn-yoii will be,
obliged to ir-e ifc there."
Atlantic Steaiuslsip Uu.sii-css will   be   on
sale from November 21   And  limited   to
five months from date of issue.
iViiyUirjuipnient., Standard First   Cla*,,
1, • 1      j. 1, 1 aiid Tonri-t Hiei-piiitr Carb   and   ljiniu.'
bring good returns on tho  invest-   r-lrs n„ -.11 -n,-,,, 1,   -r   •     ' b ""        '"
yir.-* on all  J liMiutfli    Irains.    Coinparl-
ment'-, I merit-Library—Observation    *CV.rs     on!
Wo have also a nuraber'of good i,"']»ipenal    Linnu-d"    and'    Atlantic1
lotsiuLjhn \ alley, A'orfch , Van- i J-N*1"'ess." '  • ;
couvpr, on the newcir line. With
the early ennsbrucbion ■ of the
bridge across the Second Narrows
these lots will more than double
in value.
Price from 8250 up, on ' terms.
$2J cash and $10 per month.
COUVlii.. LTD.
Winch Dldg., ((!round Floor)
Hastings St., W.
Vancouver, 13. C,
P. O. Rox 120S.
•r. T..m<jViIiIij,C.I.,P L. S.    .   II.'Y. IMrlcer, C
■ PnovisciAL Laxu Survi:vixo
KAILIVAV   &   MINING    1*.N«1 l.NP.KKINt;
Eslimales Furnished.
Fort Steele P. 0. Box 25.
Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.    s'
^€-€€€€^€€€^^^€€^$^6^e ^
1 ,     '
Why Pay More
3--Through Express' Trains Daily-3 'CiO'at'C
lea\es U'iniiiijeg daily at 22.40,   making
connections nt_ Toi onto   fur   all  points
and   West. '   The   "IJMPKRI.U,
The Way   of It,
F.i;gli**h     C,'t.l_You     American
,,,,   .1, > • , ,-       t*rifls hav,-not Mich   healthy   com-
un   the    uiisusp,ct,ng   pulihc. f pie(.-tions a, ^e  have.     1   cannot
ft    uiighi.    l)rj    v.'cll    fur    Mr. junderatind   why    our   noblemen
Hughe-- to bear in   mind   that  Lako a tan"y Lo yor'1' wl:it0 f,ices-
(Vm?iic.ui     Girl-lfc     i*-M't   our
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
never disappoint those who use it
for obstinate coughs, colds and
irritations of the throat and lungs.
It stands unrivalled as a remedy
for nil throat and lung disease.
Sold by the Moyie Drug and Stationery Co.
JvIMrn-D" leaves Winnipeg dailv al
1S. 1 S, and tlie' * 'ATljAXTXC li-XPKJCSS"
;it S.00 flaily, making connections at
Montreal foi all points K.i.sl thereof.
Apply to the nearest O. P. R
agent for  full particulars.
Nifty   Fal
A. B. Stewart
Our stock  tho Largest in.(he   district,  and (lie
best assorted.
Our aim has always I>ecn lo stock such linos, as
cvery-day people call for overy-day.
Common Chairs
Spiling just  now at 36 cenfs.    Limilcd numbers (0
each  customer
Cranbrook    Co-Operative    Store
old  ;idr,r,c:    '"flic-   shoemaker
should .stick to his last." "
. , o ,
vihite f.ice-i that attract them, my
dear; its our greenbacks. .•., •;
A Consistent   Reason.
■Rrooks—So you're not taking
the-electrical treatment? "
Lye n—No; they charged me
too much.
Charles   Pinker   waited   a
hundred miles ' from' Fort
' George to Ouesucl  yith .the
s;cond issue of The Tribune,
.in order that th'e. paper   could
hy inaijed' earlier to its readers.      The bt,siesfc ancI mightiest "little
T\iA i-'-nmde' „r.  ', f '4.1'      j thing    that.-ever'  ■•was   made   is
j in.*, 1 *-ii 11 .'ids us   or   the   rin\"c*   <-<        1     1  •  •  v,
L-       u'l*>?   0iamberlatns Stomach and Liver
Tablets.    They do the work when
ever you requiro their aid.    These
tablets    change    weakness     into
| strength, list!essness into   onorgy-;
rence to walk or ride 60 miles j gloominess into, joyousness. Theii
I make a   specialty   of Pos-
1 tal   Photo   work.       Prices,   4
for 50 cents, or $1.25 a dozen.
Wm. Jewell
in Movie
along- in 1S9S' ]je_
lore ' ihe railway was built,
when it was.a common   occur-
to Ko.'-itenay Landing   to
letters and papers.
mail   jYn-    Mo We
action is so gentle one don't   rual-
j ize;they have taken   a   purgative.-
In   ihose Isold by The ^loyie  Drug   i   Sta-
froni ' *'-'»-ery c*!-     '
Express and General Delivery Business. Livery and
Feed Stable.
For Sale
Leave Orders nt
<J Wynne's Si ore,
Moyio, llritish Cc.umbia' MOYIE
1 tallies I     in   Full    Suitings
from    eastern    and  EnglM.
iiianufacUircrs jusl received,
rJ'hoy    aro   undoubleflly   ilu*
handsomest   and   niosl   di.—
tinclive'   fabrics,  that  have
yet been   offered,  and   those
who wOiultl- have   som'elhing
select Y in     a   Suit   for jail
should     leave    their    order
early.  . A fit guaranteed, and
at a, reason aide pri.ee. ,
Thos. Summers
Cigars,   Tobacco,  1'Yiufc   aud
South   Victoria   St.
D1MADLS1ER    i'.JtOS,    r'o|i«.
Large; saaiplo room in connection
with house for co'mrn'c'rcinl men. Bost
of aocoriinjodiition.
... Hcjulqunrtcrs for   Com-
mcrciiirand Mining i\rc-n,v .
Qokeks aVj..,y , MOYf E, li. G:
JAs mado by tho present brewer is admittedly the
.Ilio&L Ueor in East Kootenay. " \Vith the Ucst Mult ^^
~,and the JJurcst Spring AYatei' it is unexcelled (01 J /ft^
[quality.    IUhist on having .Moyio Beer.   '               ' v^'"-
.H-y i
Pressing- and Cleaning
Prices K-ig-ht.
a     I'I       |° 1 s' §
Merchant Tailor.
B, O
MUELLER & HESSE,   PROPS.        |
.    ., . 2VEiO"Sri3I!, 33-'Ci j
, nj-:lsont
All White Labor.
Thi^ Hotel is New and well Furnished  TJJ(
Tables are Supplied with the Best tjej
Market affords. The Bar is Pilled wiw
the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars
l.i9av<">. work with tlio   local agent!
1U-1TI91* ™>
A,B;  STEWART,        S^sas^^ia^sse^esetsssiBseseeeaottaefiw©©©®*®®®08
i Jf
*;   ,    -7»«
1  i i«.
Jf  1
y ¥'
«j<*lWfj(| e.'?'iiOT jt'.ri THE LEADER, HOTfE, BPTTJSIT COTJAWys
1 ^4%f|
Jf*— T3«=*-*
*» Tom's
•  8    I»ui j nh
I    o-ilin',", '
•econvr^. isw., u,• <•■** Np vorfc n^u, c«. a., mm, n^.,1 ^ Av,tlir.„( « n*„mc,tv hosltiii-ioP 0lf^piins ^ ,..„.,„.
4(1T l"u,'-'*S-> 5»h en s.t Join f.inyson's widdit to Ii.-r Myall", _,.,iuorn li.ui.l in 1,1s o**leud<*d p.,l,n ..ml his
*•»   B     mi,.,,,, up.inajbe.   Wto^otaeN fill tu th,    -h.sp  doW«l ovo.   it  ..,._.. .. frfta-dl,- warmth yhet v. ■>«
foremmi wared lilc hand toward tin* little A ft ,-r'that'it'l'waiiK- unite Uie iisunl tlif»is" for UKm to
• ,„„, ,.wu'a ',0U80 AUU1 t,w- >'«»>«»»<** 1„ font anJ m.,,,,1 ,t i(,u,„,u 0f, „„ Liir ortM? t.„c.., filing ,,, ;/«?
walked away. 'Ilie-iew ,iu„ipiomptlj turned I., the cot- c-,„si„« lho wenduM weather, the moonlight ,a.n,| the
taw nnd ne.* up to tho kitchen door, »l,w fame fcl„,„„,. „,.„. „,...- Mnvvi, shies Never before ha,-! Any
appcti/ ui;.otlo.s. lie paused a moment, watching the Cm, son icali-'ed quae nhat n bonutif,.] leehty the woiht
^.man'within lis she stepped lM,*k an,, forth .sot.ing a ,,,i„, i%m though hu life 1,3d been birgelj 'spent in jioclie '
long table for dinner.   S1k; saw him and tiiu.o to fhe <Ioor  ' Hi en nis oi w hut it might he  - ,
•iiiH(ii8|(.n H&whniit, lnniifriiip way.'      '     ,       lV      ,        « < •_ •„. t„0  ,](.v,..   „<,kfd        ,, o(,M...    )list(        m.iuV.I.
t'Im  lookm'  fer Tom  Ginjson'h  Widow," ■"■- * *      -        ■■■■■■ * -   ■■       •  ■
Ot    Toms A\id(.vv." ft.v.ing  „,ur 0veiy ,nmnont ,),.,( ,t
v, HSiUic story of Amy's oV. ,, |,ff,    j„ i,ri ,llllU ^    ,,,,,, „
■*»'^"-w Heiirei to tWit piuod tlmt he wanted to l„iiw!
The htepuy  uit thrilled  hnn.    He'relt  "
■sv.'is ,it ni.-ihU i piece.
I!(*l,'iniiui-,-  >\ah the
Miat Uie hooit.
w    ^,M-*t
the tiMinp
" fi.-jid, toiiehin*; his nlinbliy Imt. „ ' Y
''Tlmt'a me," jetiiMicd'the .\oi(ns u-omnn.     ,. « "
,o   /'Well, I ^et,t hiied ont to tin. Slnte loud foroafnn nn'
>° be'tolo me he -,-nehsed jou (..'ud put me up*" , '
,   "Whi-j-er—] enn hoiinl you, of course, hut-will you he
,«'itW!ird with (f cot iu tlie l-.unV7       ' -  ,'
r    "Shore!'1 i 0 , r     t
"Wfll^jon <-nn <*(inje'in.   If yflu w.-int to wish niHy-ou
enn pet n piiil of ��utiT fiom tho sinhj};.   Wlmt is, >oul-(
„ .nnnio,?"     , '       , ,
,       Alcrriwell," s:pil the man in a low Unxb, nnd .Uts. Gr.iy-
*< <Y
(,-il.iiiK fm- fc'ivmted (l(in li<*r iiuiuist.iioUjIe ctilturr- -n.is t]aaJ"
r-usnlt of -i-iidiij-,' nitlKi- thmi fiuy fiouiact «illi tlie Moild.
, timl Amy, «]jilc- iiinsiim.-il uitli n.-jlnr.il cuiiio'iijt, nut
deif,'iiii!K to iWjlc a «Jlhhelil i oi.lnh-iiO'. ' i
M>-iiihc11 ofn-u \(!i*. i)Vo\oliiiig arid i-ndo ih n<» Imue.st
bis boy \\tij   nnd soinrliiiHK Amv   «oi:lil  lioinme fn5ily
" Hpeerhless «li)i,iiiiHffiiiiti(,n* nevei Uielt-s*, .she j'ir Mot more
and nime of tln«( it senWl vvom.uilyk lo* o> of hci'sniituic,
not r"'ih>hi;-; nl (list Ihjt-niio v.-ml-idii'-; :t,ll hpi tiensiuert
on ii ship Hint would imss in the nC'ht.  <■ • i
' Oiw,e\. uiii^ h'.io >\:i<, ■•ojiii" over'ii p'jiPj of old m irii-'
i-inij-s thtit'n )i<'if;hbor hml t;i\lcn her nlion xinldenlj M^r-
ii« iH'*s fii<-e, youiK nn ! Jo^olH nnd pioud. looked up jit
her/ioni the iiriiiieil'iMiKi1.1 She ,Mnied-=pt it K.h-ntlv for
a inouient inul'tlieii bogui hmi,';i-iiyf to ri-.id it bout thp
•* foovbnll (i>;lit, yio he;o tli.-i/^lmd «<»n it for the
r , V-—   ■■-_—. —-   bii-tb of n KM child in the miiM
cfiluMir'j _n«d fair UwriR-t. !•; 1, d h.,r nnouj-h her fcUu ol
jl.tjT* fhc'.anpin je.u*. i\lna/,li(. wns «mioniuU'.l bj the
inimlrnl JHfluen.es tli,it dcflojied lu-i- pnssioli for the
W<nt mt« .-uid thi- Hweitmss .'md \iK\tt of lit.., until i in*
bad bPfomc a j.o, lu nh- ibsf n u|. a nmul full to th( inun
*.olh Uie uni(ii| M*,iimf4 mv)l du tuut    t
liiiin rniiio the MVift Wooingibji I>-nul-(,:np. «rrn>«l-f«i-
n-u'jfl't loin—Tom Oi.uil In-^v ih i-illi-l m the b,'i,«i*--Uic
JiiuiK-d in.uniiKi. .md lli„l)t to the little hiouu oott.if1" on
the ed-ic of jumlure X.*\i ,i pirtujc ul „'iv:> tone's uf tile
mis'd'nlile j«iis tlii't follo-M«l, ti1(. i9.„iiu,r ti<n\ti of lmpi/
iis)inalion, tin- slnutdit(>iiji',' of rury hovo'i tlie jtr.uiuu
in tJie mud of (nery tdenl, ti>o bittei .iwnl emu-,' of (\eiv
dienuii ^Jerriwdl fcluiddiied |.iinl tun.t-d pnic .n? he i<*id
ami he cuised the pnOe that had lit hi her li-ick fibnl
ai'J>eaI to tier own-to tlio- M.mjf wlute Ji.uumI «r,uul-
fjittif*. "«Iio had been l.itlioi' a ml luotiivi (o liei .siu'e lu r
,/r,iph-nied b.tbyiiqod, to tin- .utisl, un^le ^ hose adn' idle
hml been, or to any one^ofiiL i?i oiu of fiii.mls Hlwt.e joy
it h-pl beeJi to nervv Jier •
' Iii- read on to'N-.here (1-e r«*Klfss Tom iiad died in a
fientied dehiuic-h andrlitv tie'w'pt^nn c\ea ,tl eu 'i.nl
el.-( U-d totiind en tlie pnlli bin i,'iil)-,li,lir)et,pin.siblL* fi*i t
hall t,d*.en, Kilnilj 'detei nineJ to dree her am weiid to
Lb" uid.    ' f   ' '
Tina, siiihl'Vdj*.' tie* i.-rid)tr"-j.yi;)-ti! bet.uncf lens,•-*•• he him-
'f.e]f i\n,s-cunjuiji nito *lse *-tr*r,, 11" ie.il of his cut mute
into li',t life, (ho (iii,t tni'//l"d Jutci'-*,! lie h.id jdrniiKed. Ilin
'"iti'Mi*in th it'Jud buiiied Uvt iii.t-HyittiJn hei and of 'wli.th
f.be hud i.'i\i'i] no s.iiii. fi :ibei, the duff tje^uiuin^-s or
loV, the lol ^iug foi- ,i (nKih'i L hi{* band (jre'i if be Vyio
but n-vommo'* V-.iB,.bon<l, aiul th' i>, like ,■, (Iii. mlei'bolt, ti.e
<l!«co^iiy cf bis ideatin with the ^c.ill f.uuou-i nlJiUte
nnd hem. Meiiiuc-ll tltiillid ^Uiew >\itli the tnemdO'i of
<ltose stool fill d.ivH, hiW l-i^jt-nl on to tb.it \u.<-l niei'tm^,
\\hoi, v,il!i I.i r bilOWle'li,'- ot hnn fitsb ou hei inind, he
liidl (Kiu^bt her iu nn miln.lji eitibnu e ,Umt h.id teniiiC(l
und aiife'ererl {n-i. y 1   •• <
"Witloie.sentment nnd lino -.vuiiinR. she liad*tu!veii her
'. BY W..A. >POY,CR
(C'lpxrWit. »?8, 1,y tllff Viw Ti>rl   Ilrmlil Cn     \» f \-M* V.' vr\ct\)
AU'II   WII.SOV, the uenly ajpui't t iuun-l«er
(,if the t.-b^mph fomii-U)**-.   .\.*, si «t m h'u no-
im-l'ls Uf tlir inlclll <f 1>"J,0(«>   ,Jt inntnt dis'illss'll
"^   'U>(3 ii;t^l-.i<{.- ii  the hljoil ,„'i- v> ii    lis uVelMl.
i A    bright, "* (.noi Si tK    voting    tit  ,'L,iVibc-r.    his
lrienils ]i.n\ pi'-diLfd 't, *uece**-ful (^i'oi i f> 1 him v, lic.i I o
obtained the jiinli,i-,*u dlip ofijin n pu.tiit iillind nl5.
'^'lif f lilnU' indeed looked iiionli*-in^ to him if on pSwWel, Mimv
hit< n'jothor'-.vns, npd how pfoud of him, 1-- srcotho.ul,
AIioq' Arnold, as lit* l^ft i'onu- ji.st oiu* sli- t n.onth fi-^o to
assume his new po-.ithip    "
Ibi bad been in cha*-*"- of th» nfllee o-', ,i fov.* '1.1JS
'when lie r^'C-ehod ,ut •uA'Aiit tib^iun fi'''i(Jiis biothei
Ilaiold, in the W'v,st, M.itii.s it H hA . irt Keiumt
lrouDl(ft Mi'l n*skn»s him to teJeai-.tpb ft'V"' mimeiii.itely.
ty-ttih would ni-tktf-i.h)i'ist an;. **,tuilite f, < hi*, bl-r. m"i-
UnlwliiMilPdobrOtlier. v\n>\a be fii,h blnV >\ .tpd v-lmH-
only tul\ii\s Wa tb-it1!." was ofifun.ti ^'i ■ > Buivib-iu-j
At Italpb li.ul seyel-al beinbi d ib>lhii-)- ,inT (, t, it ui a btlilil-
im- a'ml Ipan u.ss/iciation it \\n-s liH iut'Jiy-i-ito loifi* *■>!*>
uuoiicy to Ilnroi'U Imt •}*• fri*. i-Wdhei rice bit -l4e moiiey nt
Arroifit, tbe», -.^n IV „.„,,, „<; |1w vnvc!(. (hat woubl
vjiu. TJmt .tin moil l{tl,,!i, ( liei •• nJu-iiilg all thu ainil-
ubti. c-.sh iqtf ipt*, of tjn ,| <•[„„),. llt. hadr-^JOO. %Vit U
this in bis poijo! he pioMi,),,. u> Uio pooiio'om' and •**=-■
(titnnid tint A, nd-, L tu« ,it led in the scc-ond r.icc.
It.ilpb b.ul inner phj, I {,„. -peimi," before, ns be considered jt a Jn/.u.tuis \. run.r but b<-* was dtHon ni
d(spnation, uul. )i\,. v „ , ( ,5(ff ,,„,, ,i,|j.ebili^ {it i
t vns  jcidy((tf,  .-i „„   „ j   fi.iil   hope  tlwl  B.tve
liiomisi; of S\i< i "1 , '
Tie fot.ml l! c i i il -ii( -,'i,« .ivemhiaxc gntliorod in tbo
pooiioom, nl! ,(,(t >ted It \)i, s ,i ,- ijiipul*,e—the passion
for ^'.nnl lii'^ 'n,e r'Ai lum' s,vi, s,k t,ido' liy^siitu with
l|ie po(" iSitisiiti, tl'e i il if Ii ii f ,n 11|u. hjnnlvC.r liobni)bbed|
V,itli  the  '.J ill»-si*il.oi ji.i  Ui'f     I,.!  tho  -tout,''  tbo fii-cnt
otitic «t f b-tiic. id it'iu' .il' , ,i i <pinn,nn phuie.   'f\ic ait
o-l\aS sU(i-lU',- V It l( tt\)bl\i'l' 1. I >rs      Allow'tllC'rlHlZ,! of COIi-f
\eis,iti<m foi hi y b"i,i,| n,i(,iii] i!>K 0_ {jm ude-n-nph in-
-trutVieiit  and  fhe idrunni^ u„ , hi$ tbe  Opetat'^r,  white
'fro'ui-in n ljoi|ri4r loom  et,|     tl,s, onc.tahin.U whir of' n
ionlitt'. vt'bocl in li'l} uln      > i      ,"
t y
    - Cfjanufii,* Ut tin   burl  Ki'jh f ny bv  (ho ticttina that'<
Imcl- Ttntpb tcleftiMplieil lunij tilt- lenvn-i-il Tt mount  froih ](cb id. o-,uif. th, f df.iit'M ,) I n,, t the't.dent did n'Jt nikC'j
the fuilds'oC the tileijt'i.pll comp:\iiV i\M'\ dii'i? to i«-pl-icc UimU), to   Vviub.ir.   'j;h.'i «\ irJ. t iIj, themj-ht be butt it slim, f
tho smite y.l\cn l.c diiw -tUi.il- was duo ( ui from  ih.,* ,yKance of Mli.u^ifc, ns tj e o-iik >iunst lum'wqro 2(i to l1". \%\
nsf,ooint(OJ^    , ' 'Xevoithehvs*, It.i.'ph dt-oi!t 1 trntitke the ebnuoe ami plac'cit   ii
What waj; Lit dismay,,liowev-- *° '"•"•iru ihjll tlit-^lonn 5,1^1 otj Anobrt'o wm    II   -mod to win S2,|J0Q if Acio-     '   *,"
■    yy-t'
At %^r.
I I       ii A     «* '       <i lV ir
ROiUBnvc him n softly lenreiiin.j look nnd w.-tejieddiim'ns
lie »«,fuig up jhe pnth to^tbo spiiii^, „  fiicc'nml fi^urft
1 tlintjiulRlit lmvc e-uised iif.m.bunilij.,'., ;uuon-,' tho ti.uli-
.tioiml Gieekjs<$s •* "•' 4  A "       v,"      )    !   1,  '
-Sny, ifjjt'audl (tlic' sfiic to you, Mi.*r" hiajson,' IM just
relieves vyu wouldn't aieut'lnn nij name hofjie the ft*I-f
lux. Jc-m* citll me 'liey' pr'*,u,' y^l.now. ipuii fmtlier no~
tice," iiejiiuUereil-ns be s<*t the ]ir||J doita.1" y, J- J i
Ihe womitii save n lonjr, .straight look into Id*, mottlei'
gtaj* Krcmi tacsi. I
"Wlmt luiM' ^gn done?"* -siw ask,.,!.    He (,-avc bet- back
nh ite.idy a look.       * ^     r '
i     "Nothiir to be ashamed of, but 1 ain't t ikin* them feline
jnto my confidence as Iv Ii.-im—jou:-' <i
.\fis.  <i;ra.\f.ou  IliiiJied   .slightly and  Iield  out hei  )..,nd
iiii])ul*ji\ely. ■     ,' <
"Thanit jou," t,be mtiimin-cil,oiiiid (lien as Ihe men c-.Miie
troopuiK ii|) the pnth she .lis ippemod mlo Hie ji inti.v, fiom '
»\hich she1emei'.'e.l pie.sen/lj.- w ^,ui 011 the table nilh
perfe.-t ons-j nnd etlleieney. The new man was m'-nle the
Mibjoet of .hi imtiiitint? hie* of uoss-iiuostioiunc and jokes
which be took 111 -rood *mt, pnri_.ii.,; and tluustiii*; with
the best of tliOin, but rhe men! nn*, aoon ijj/,-1- and the
joimj; widow left ivlone to'f har ana. the nietk-ifje.
"This sho did'with hei blow-* knit 111 i>u//.Ied thought.
"Areniwcll, the li.iiup:   It soivjcb. well.'" >,li/. mmmuicj
rjiioastnully . e r
A.i,*:   t.kajson,    lie n.ud, nidi clnlioi.i^o hplaitude, . .  -     .   *
"1 itait* notliin-; ff tie si.il.-^ho liloited      , (
•tf>?   Win I     ■        - ■ -
t: n,
of tleme.tnri-'-''*
is the'reason for your uuvsaal chilH-
'''If jou nii-st kMnv-r. £ gdt the bliH3."
."I?ut win V'-r •* .  . '     1
..iS an" opi'orttniHy to r.uso jMuaigli ni"ne.*, lo
covered. It was at flrat*u<-nccted that the force was ' soo.l hlb hhoit&go. The temptation nas too -Unu;
olpc.iic.bnt It iyW^v- ftftiA-crtalu that I{ Ss notUias     si^ ^^^ i0^- a <W' '" *hbat' «*** ""  ^
mqrc not leas than pressuie everted by'tiio sun's r.ivs.tof "u^llllbK*    .
pose     Keioi
need to.Cl _ , ,
1    nrofit. but not s.ot  E-uIbue-nt to* realize the,sum bo  rc-
e-funds of t;be telcKiaiiii''copip,iiiy Jor, tliat<pur-
„.„„.  ,,.,,.„ „    L „„ 1W™     iefoie  tbetm.'irkrt  (losedHlut rd.iy  it  bad   ad-
aiiat irflrlit.esor;?- .1 pressure \\ns flist. discqveroa"1:'^nceJ t0iC1    rv,,tIl,u folt J,it0,^ ,U'he already bad In
mathematically,*, but the delicatcjastrumoiits iatcruVed • " profitj but not }ct Mllbui>in 'to'
by  I.ebcdav,  a liussian e^cnnienter, sppn  show «V >-\lVny „_ y , ' 'V »   '   ,    lv
that tiiei,ev.calcuLttioiiS;^e.evcou-ect".    This pt-essn-e,      1 Upon., the' f6HowiD!; day *,rin|.t  openodint COVs.-ittieii
! *.^>l\l
I AA -*
y tho
i foi
f wy
■i ".   t«fil>
vns bi'sj- all Ihe afteinooil (Kin,; up eoinfoit.ible
•sleeping tjuarter.s iu the bain, making a clean, tosej m*st
that would not bine (!isKuued a p, hire—e-pec i illj if he
i i-eie (r.iielhn,; incognito, she tl-ouslit inHe!iieM.u«itt She
was Ion-united bj the idia that *.|,, had tnet the tramp before when he was not a ti imp, hut after s(. uchm^ Ju-r
iiii-inorj \ainij for ,some tlnj s and eo\eith stn.lyni.' the
innn whciunor opiioi tunitj otlci,>d slie com bided that. 1111-
neinntion had been pl*j in^iior f ilse: -till hei lnte'iestdid
not lessen.
Her du\s weio hlled wilh iloiuestic deluK _l,.,r lLft hei-
ro timo fot idle ioniaii(in„-, bet ,f hei tliouidtts 1.111 not
when, after tbe dnj \ woik was done, she sat on be.- tlooi-
•step witli folded liiinds, tlie liniitlsoni" bobo h:ul 110 reason
to sue^s it.
)t was ne.Aily a mouth bofoie he \entuieil n fiicndlv
cQiinnoiit on the weather He had 11 tinned fiom nis ja,.*
Willi the loid K.inK, and. nytu-in-; the Iiujelv lifjuie 0.1 I 12
,>vaj  to his fiunrteis, be bad paustil tciilntlrely.
"UA n. piotrj  coiinlrj   uuinil here,'" lie said
"Yes, but one UU> tired of it,'* retmned Mis   Gun son
"IM be 11—a tiamp if I d md "
■"Humph!    Yoti'ie talknij; foolishness."
"A wouinn's pimlej.-i.!'
"Well, don't ovei step and t.ijk Joo lunch d,.i»n foolishness:"
"You foiRit j oiu self *
"Not ut all; jou iu-.i  noise than  that thiee times a
d iy."
"Not one of tKse <*oii*e. iuiioiun)
flussed mc w.Ui sur'i union**, and
tu silated.
"And I?'
"You   know   biftn;   it   is   di bbei i(e
jou!" sho (inisiied in a low   tunc, foi  a
she was more Kiieiod tli.m md
on the step -uid llun^ .iw.ij   1 1
1'')'"»  Jo? 4  Much good may  it d\>  \oti'.   "It  is jonr
ti-ill'blis, imt mine,'that we aie <lit.et s«jiiig now.    What is
i| jou want"'" . .'   ,
Amy,sprang up and faced hnn inj ji st then the moon
mlr-11-jr..d to dilli'se a pale hjil.t lluoie-h the .vnokc. He
could see let ijes -tle.imih   luinlh
"I'll tell \0u nh'it 1 >want." she ctieil "I want my
liiitliii-tut—the he,u ties of life. 1 w.u t daintj food, .-nil
jaitpli*. and line linen' I want hooks and''picti tes ,111,1
mrsic; I \\,111' tbt* fiienil-liip end !o\eof pints anil aith'ts,
Midi -is is ui.v n^ht bj- buth-nnd uco npb**hmei)t! ^fts',
and Mm e j ou ask me, I'll tell jou all! I want the line
of a inAn— a inastei who c.ui to.u h me the sdiMiij..., wor-
deiful thimrs I bnve ne\ver U'lrius!'"
"t-'ood heiveiis. Amj '   Come down to eaitli'." *
Sho (lens him. a disdainful look v-ui'i be 1 uipbt in
r sjiite of the dim li-rhr. aud it bioi xhl iimi to he.- .side.
'Come dow n to enrth ..'nil— me!' be niilspeied with his
nuns about her. .-.lie 1 used ,111 1 hml and slu.ck hnn a
fieiee blow on tbe Cheek,rand';ho with .111 ti£ij* Luisrii
held hei lu'pless 111 1 \.s^hko ts.i.) while he passed Ins
ill's 011 lids jn a long l.ii**, that left ber funtms in liis
aims n-
Theu l'O b t b< 1   !! ).
"You eouaid! I 1 ale jou'." t*lie (lieil is she mn into tlie
liouse .uul slim.noi1 the dooi, and ll.cn hhe he ml bin
wb-silie- -Ai..'., ft1 w'ii, .ou'io 01, lj foolin'," as le
.snunleiid to Ins tU  111 ihe barn ,
The nc-Tl d ij these u.is something of a commotion when
the Iiunjij l'boieis diM.o'cit.1 tluj nein uu:ius n \ eu_
Itood cook. ]!out\ei, a hi i'Ij Ceini 111 of th ■ mOtlej- j;ni„'
Was pie*sed r.lo bil\i(e bcfoie thi'j staiM. 1 A seauh
H.M'.iled plentj of eat itiles Inked n,j, plenty of pio-
m'suuia lcadi- (o uo1*, bi ( no joiuu; and ntti.i*.ti.e widow*!
Jreuiuell wns lIcis^-Ij m esUneei1, but ta no purpose
He w is ewdelitly 11a ini-ch inj^Iru-d i.s auj  one ail.l pi 1-
unter sin face of a body, w borons its \tqlj.lit depends
ou, its entire mass J * '
When a body isvi-edncod in size.tho nms diminishes
uiueli faster tinn the smtace. For instance, if v\e
' hive two similar apples, one of winch is half as thick
a--, the otbet, tbe s.na'lu- will b.tto 0110-fouitb tbe siu--
faie ot, the i.ugei' but only 0110-eiijlitli the weisbt.
Ileuce tbe smnllei tbe bodj- tlie neaier the pressiue
on the surfuce will come to balancing tbe weight, nntl
die p-u-ticlos in comet's tails aio so S cry'sum 11 that
the li.irht piessure overbalances tbe fnn\ itation Inw-
,-iul tbo sun, aud hence times tbe thin, \aioious -*ub-
btance aw.ij      "      v       , ' „
In the latest comqr, the Moieliouso, which was
-iKiole uvoni;ij, the t nl tuiderv.cut a ctuious sc-iles of
ebmmes, which is not nn unu.3u.1I thing" 'J'hcse aio
fat fiom beins fully expl.-Inetl. but tt is supposed
tli.it tbe tails i<).\y be (cinpc&ed of pnrlU'les 0f ditfoi-
enf si/is, wbhh aro thus le.iolied with aifluient \c-
lccitics, foiiiiliig bi.uuUiea in cliiTcient ducctious. '
*-     A Bait for Alligators .
PINTO Indian ot Hasten. Tabasco adopted a
110. cl method of catching .lllijadois The Indian's
weapons weie a h.upoon, a stout club and a coil
of tailed luibits t'oi a bait bo used n sucking piur,
a box iu something w hiJi s 1*1101 led olfon&n oly autl
seM'i.-tl (hunks of half roasted nie.it
bobvlniir .1*1 otoihiiigim,' tivuntb about six -yauls
fiom (he wateCs uli,o Ihe Irdian snipped off ltd
ie.nes and suspended f-oni fie folk the,squealing pig
'that was tbe bait foi the <sj es and eais of the alli-
yMu r ,
'•Orlj- a normal reaction," ci-in!ideu,tly assei ted
know in,. sp6culitors. "You'll see wheat SO «P again,
und wlen it does, it av ill gc*; with ti rush." But these
predictions fi-led of AerihCation Plow J j bet sri-elv, day
after day, wheat steadily declined until it had diopped
t lo 00. And day nftei d-ij Itiilph was compelled to ire
all the telegiaph lecc-ipts to meet the broker's demandi
for in.ugiii But be d.ued not witlubaw now. He iiad
gone too It He bad binned his budges behind him.
There must he a le.iction soon, wheat cannot go down
foreier, lie leasoned!
I l.'inally oao memorable dn,v—it all seemed a horiibie
mgl.tm ire to Itnipb—one o£ those inexplicable panics oc-
er.rted in the gmn market, eiusing an awful slump in
wiieit 1. tlpli put margin after maigui, o%on fi uitic-llj'
ii sliiii„' to the bmk ntnl drnwnij; out Aie'last doil.u- di.-
po-jited theie tn the companj's c-iedit. tp pioloct ins bold-
II g-, but .ill to no .-nail     Ihe piico of wheat tumbled to    in ful intelbgoiico'iia&lied'th'ioiiglT'lus
i~ .-.nd It ilph found  himself wiped  out     With a prion 11    '" ' ~   ""•" " "
pf nrsruish lie IiSft the biokei's oillce a ruined man, 11 de-
f.uiltel nidi lued to the ULgtaph compauj- to tlie extent
of in-iilv S_> (it>0 a 1
, "The bijr dealeis aie just t.jing to shako off the little
ones pioiantoiy to a bull moieinent," e*cplamed tbe spec-
ul ltoi who bail cousistentjy borght wlieut nt each decline.
But of ionise he hid amide funds.    But not so with pool
Italph     In the p.ii'.incc t>t cbe "street." it was n case of
"fic-e/e out" for 1 nn. v
_T!ie linpidcssiitss of despait seized Ralph as bo resumed
his dut'cs it the otl.ee the ne\t morning and learned that
tlie auditor bail \i-ited. a neathj city and might drop in
on him am moment, lie 1 new that theie was not the u-
mctett cn nice of l.using .M. 000 in a sbpit time     t-lant-iii
telegraph instrument that would mean ruin 01 s-ih atioi
to mm.
' B-o-n-n-ii-z-a wins by a neck, Reliance second, Rene-,
giile tiind "    v , '
Aeiobat iiad not even been one, two, tin on
rr1 ,In1'' I:lsC h,?vc, t'mu'! Lll*c tllc' i*1"')' of doom tho
vtul intelligence Hashed tbiough h:s biain IR. w uted
0 bear no moie, not e-vc-n the otliciul cqnhim itin 1 A\ ah
ghastly t*ice mid trembling bmbs be totteied fiom the
10..U1. J.ike one d lzed ho made his w.n to the bligi.tph
?-', J,' "1°' ',0° r°01" tI,tlot "til1 clutciutel in lus neneless
M ,sp. Liilocking a diawet in bis desk bo dtow out v
tided rerohcf, and slipping n 111 bis pocket he left the
lumsidf ;Tlodf.rin1 a,,nIc,stiI.v .about he evonfu.-lh   found
ie    o,r n    ry? V:ul' :im1 ^'^"." *i  **eeb.,V,l ., ,t
had hi
at the iMHi'im; p .pei he saw that wheat bad declined just    "lid"sweet'
fat  oiiin^h  to wipe him out and had  (hen lalbed ami
closed 1*1111     If lie could hate only ht Id on for a fia.tion
'en so sweet to hitu ic was liaid to .1.,-
111 the d.uke.st bom of his dcf*p ,,r bo Vicn  r " 0
Swim,' !rr^w.y):«K* ^t^yy^
l'.ut ev ,*n
I t nt  It-
t'j   iu
-*iy.    With il   ,.
cot   Vl.ec*   W,?T,n !,t0 U-S Lh)1 ulot,K•'    h'-* l"«-tl.et
lAlhl p^t f^rlli wli^H-\*«.\" oh c, t
itiphli:.'^'^,^1^.0^^"^ tvn
lal oil is cvei
J hi-j on"	
|i,it .nam <
'i,--i t 11111   1
ui'kindni s*t   fiom
.   1 111:1 ((11  til   tut
rTHMit      Ale-uivvell sit ilouji
ei-reu tie
"Mis   Crajson, I bog j out P-idon, but I do lute to s(e
jou pegging .nvnj  for tliat gin,;,    I n isii jou would tin 11
everj dallied one of (hem o'l.t, 111. too'"
"But I must live'"
"Well, take 111 diessmaking 01 s niilbin ;     It 1 uo woik
for a decent woman, cookm-,- foi   • dutj  uuil gnu "
Mis   (iiajsoii tinned 011 linn   njjulv
'"ion   nre   going   too   fai,   Mi-    Men-will      As   I   s,„j
tiefoie, not one* ol tlieni Iu»« licted me with the nitlem-s
(lint jou hav e show n1"
'The man cluit kit tl softlv |
"Not one of Hum?    \\ol|, jail see bow rude I am. anil
I am one of lbenl!"'
"You are not." she retorted icily. "Whatever
motive may be for upeaking dialect you imiy as
l.nnw that you don't deceive mc!".
"Now, that's iliscouragins!   1. thought 1 was doin-
Tw o nt
feu pi 1111
ss   111   the
well—hut.  .Airs.  Crajson,  1
for being rude."   !
iL so
do  want you to forgive me
hope ol  lin.liiu- some 1 lew  tn lu-i tb
tin00 wm 11 iIhsm ^ 1,1 -tg m (),,. tun
1 mb'l„-i uni uis   I.i,,    111   l.itnhi   scented
omeiu th iui is
One tiiv 1,( 1,1ml 1 I 11,t. hoi.l. 11. i.l' f.on n lipping
I' '!" i an 1 till, ,| with pnnibke win tin n i-e Tho.i^h 1 \
no im. ,11s uit bind lo poitn he 1 ul 11 iluoigh, lit In
I' t ninvilluij m the swot tins, of ih, won.nlj tliotighf.
101 tiiitness ul thi (bstuaive bncii. a'd g 111 at ihe
ti icit   longing ,in,l ]i issiou nl the hue 1  piicK
At Inst be hid thought tint Ann had u j'td the tlnn.s
f 1 0111 I 1 ,iKs .uul iu v'i/1111 s hut is he u il Un nun u lion
w is fiuted oa I.11.J Ihi't lilt j \Mi> t'*t iluHiei ot lu 1
<n " fut% He sit ,iiid slued r the 111 1111 *« 1 ipt in
wondei When* hul the gi) I, unci lo will 1,1.0 tint.'
*\l(iite thtt tin. .111l-t ttiiuh t'ul t.iltl imt .iliuie of
gt mils bin of ti.lining md 1 »pei ciao in tin midst ol
lilt .'
Hi spt ul 1.1 ni\ hoi'is in poiiui; ovt 1 the pup. is As lie
11 -"l 1 e till ] 1 us, ][ di.iw 11 ig niviie. te ti 1 i' , |i les.less
be.iit of du wouiiii \l nn m'ltts in the w ihb 1 1111 sn
of liei winds I,might isvt.mg ilunls [1011 w.tbui
i mi until h, Kill/, ,1 t.. thv till whit his t'niigUkss
fi'ueliv hul hi en to tut -enstv-, un' ipv .ml ot In 1
lie pied the tlooi 111 'ig. nv \\ 1 ut bid lit* d ne-11 hei?
Yv .it ie--\v here 111 the world might he lind her.'
Cue Un.v in uiidwinlei-'11,1'nis.sing lieigbbor left 11 package for hint. l| u-;,s markeil ."i-'or tlie man Hint byes ut
lirnyson's, nn the t*>laie road." .Mo-ni well n;.ei!ed if
apathetieally. It vvas a'.book bt.-u I il'elly bound ami
opideiit iii tinted"' ill-ustratioliK. A'card within said:—
"Rend iffor -Amy's sake."
'The  handwriting  was   her own!    Merriwell  sank  into
11 chiiiYcud with his head ou tl-.e table unblietl aloud.
Aftei' a time he opene.l  the hue!; and'be_r.ui ti;-.* i;to;'j-
will ni 'ke bun mou.it the tiai.eea'   (b.iucide)
Sti.mil 111. g 1 ie p.g with a kick th it caused it to
sipiea! It r llic- lit vi tin nuiuiks, tlie Indian waited in
ambits') h.upoOn 111 b u-d Oue cud ol a l,n-g lnii<
V,.is listined to It nil tbe othet to a toue,;i elisttc
si|ling 'J lie sun hid s. t aid H vvn> glow me; (i.uk
w Iimi 11 tbulc olnett vv„s soon to use slow!, fiom tile
viator ,'id ciiwl vp the dam 1 he hist chunk of
mast  li ul v as -.ebbbd '
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i-rssa-at-aKiis^cs^jrrKFSSS^S . ?.&l  ^ '.. i.  A   i      'A  m"  -St  y  '    I J  ���1.  a t.  -. 1    1  1  '..ti  "t  "y.  'V'  *  (    (  ^     �� ,.  r  v V^i'  (    ���*"  '.''il ,  ".y  <������  AA'  Yd n  V  ")-;,'  *"-',  '  Y~S"i  ".'���i!,y.lji.,.yi'"K1''  ..jfi...V-��_7. <��. _����� ., s i.l  ��� jw,"*     _.HU��gjS_a,  ��� ���fsi "^^-igS-lffSS* &=  lr,<-;^>5|i'4���� ..  . :, ���> ''.:i,-'(.sT*l! '<  ��� ���*-.   r:'5..-rJ,f  *-���   s    ��� 7-K  *y S'i  '[fl  f !  ��� i  11  -si  b>.  THE LEADED. MOYIE, TVKTTISTI COLUMBIA.  >��S-*r������*r 53-5rSr=5:-5*:-5S5-s.-$3:55^-5��s  LOCAL ASSAYS  vi/  W- ,    - ^  7>^3*5$d35353Sd$d$$a^Sf3S!S9ia*  Mineis* Union meets tonight.  ,   A. ii. Koberts is home, from  his  'trip to the coast,  Rein. Ti. Campbell's  big   recluc-  ti in bile adv.  J". K. Hurry, the <~re$lon dairy-  nmn, was.in town Wednesday,  "lionnie lJriar J.ushV at   Morley  Jiall next Saturday evening.  , ,   *'  '    Barney -Wilson,    tlie- violinist,  ,.     , '���*.,,   i    *    ,    ,   .  has Kone to Fernie; . -  Mi.<-*3'T-.illie Larson has  returne.d  '1 , *sj.(.. -' ,  to college at Edmonton.      '    ���  ���    -  r n t *       '    v * ��  ^Superintendent   Dlnylock    and  wife leturned, from  Nelson    the  first of the -tyeelc. "     '  f i r.  Ju-unk Guindon Jias built a ,(?ot-  tngo on the west side of tbo lake  nnd is now living there."  Harry  Dimpcjc,  s.ujierinfcondent  ��� cf the Aurora, was  cast  to  Mae-  ' leod ancl palgary,during the week.  A. L. Wilson,  the .barber, was  In Cjranbrook Thursday.  y ..*_.,     f  The Hockey''club" will' probably  give a minstrel  show some  time  ���  next month.' ' y,  ���  ,   AVY 'II. Sb'ir'a  is''oyer -at .Wasa  '   working on his claims.  A son was born to Air. and  Mrs.  Chas. Hanna on New Year's  Day.  * ," Hilly" Cliffe'was'[down to Fer-  .nie und  Coleman    with   Moyie's  , ��� liockey team .in ,the capacity of  manager.   , '    ',  v. Use''Purity flour, your bread  will be better. Croivo'Bros, .sell it.  ''   Get the-habit."   Go  to  Crowe'  . *-Bro's.     "' '"  ''   '��� '  t     -  '   A. ��� G.   ifonkhouse    and   Herb  Ldwpk will be' the  iloor managers  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy  is not a common,-eyery-day cough  mixture. H is'-a meritorious  lemedy for' till the 'troublesome  ���uul dangerous" complications' resulting from cold in the head,  throat, chest or htngs. .Sold by  The Moyie IV" S & SrationeiiyCo.  1       n  Singer Sewjng Machines cost  very little move tlj.au cheap machines. Do tlie best work and  last a life time. Sold on, small  monthly payments by ,Geo. Ti.  j.'owell, qranbrook. In Moyie 'on  10th of each month.  At the Churches,  CATHOLIC.     CHURCH.,  There will, be no ' service  morrow.  to-  ,      , MimiODI.iT, C1JURC1I    ,       *  1 i Imion service iu Presbyterian  church at 11 a.'m. Sunday School,  "3'p. ni. Kvening Service, 7:30 p*  m. Subject, "Why Men , Fail."  1 Rev. J. W. MILLER, B. A.  (Pastor.)  "  ,Y,   I-1.USBYXBKIAM     CHURCH:  Union Service 11a. m. ,. Sunday  school' and IJible .class at 2-30 p. m.  livening Service at 7-30 p. m., -A  hearty welcome' to all.  ' -'-REV. G. '1; HACKNEY, B. A.'  -  ' (Pastor.)  ,. at   the' Odd   Fellows'   dance  on  the 12th.      '       '  ' ', ���     y  There'is money in ifc for you to  .visit Campbell's. big sale "next  week. '  ���!     *- ' 1 *  ���The,cold weather has done^very  little damage to the ,,waterworks  ,so far this'winter, and few' frozen  pipes are reported. "   *   , ���   '  Mrs.'Lennox and children left  Tuesday for Phoenix to' join her  husband, who has a good position  at the Snowshoe mine.,__,  . Ed Bergland, who is now iu the  real     estate    business,     arrived  homo yesterday.   He was in several of the towns east of here,  t , �����  Chas. Hanna, shiflboss at the  St. Eugene, is iii the hospital  .with an attack of grippe, but is  expected home in a few days.  Fi. C. Henry,- a mining man of  Phicago, has been stopping at the  Hotel Kootenay for several days,  lie has beau inspecting some of  the mining propositions in* the  camp.  If you want to replenish your  wardrobc, dou'b overlook Campbell's special sale.  The Moyio hockey boys   havo a  mascot that is a seven time   winner.    The canine  answers   to  the  .name of  "Angelface,"  and   is  ail  his name implies.  A New Constable.  A transfer of constables for  Moyie has been made. James C.  Kempston is to be moved to Midway, aud I. A. Hinsmore is to be  stationed here. Mr. Dinsraore aril iyed hero yesterday from Grand  Forks a-nd. as sein as the necessary papers ci".,-.. he will take  charge.    Mr. Kernpaton will leave  ���jjneafew days  for  his  new   field.  VMrs. Kempston is expected here  shortly from Ireland, where she  lias been fur j,oino time visiting  with relative.**.  Christmas Tree Statement.  The finance committee of the  ^Christmas tree and eutortaiument  have handed in a statement of  ��� their receipts and disbursements  for publication: ' Briefly, the  'amount collected was $156.45,  ancl' the amount paid out for  present's" for the Y child ran, hall  rent, music, etc,,1 was $155.00.  Leaving a balance on hand of  Sti cents. i  ' Why, Are,' We Here.  1 ���Yv e are here t because there  is' still enough jnulligan^ ,to 'go  around    ���     '     c  2���We are here "because there  has not been" a fatal accident in  the mines during 1009. ,  - 3_We are here bccatl3e the  bank is building here. ' " ���  1 1���We nre here because Moyie  is up and doing when incomes to  playing hockey/ - ,,' '  f, 5__We are ��� hero'r beause we  want to see the men who are'plugging away at the Auroraand the  Society Girl strike it rich.' ' .  ' 0���We are here because "Doc"  Coffin is busy welcoming' new ar-(  rivals these da3rs. * '\  7 ���Wc "are -here' because -1 we  waut to attend tho Oddfellow's  dance on the l'A  -  S���We are here'because -we  want to see a new school built.  , 0���We are, here because there  is good skating, boating and fishing.  10���We  aro here becouse  haye better protection   now  case of fire. ,        '  11���We are here because  have no budget squabble  bother us.  12���We aro here because  don't care a hang whether Cqok  or Peary found tho north pole as  long as the miners find lots of  pay-dirt here.  13���Ancl last but not least, -we  are here because wc won't bo here  very long after you get next to  the guy vvho wrote this. *  BECAUSE.  we  iu  we  to  wo  Chamberlain's Cough Uemedyi-*  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  A- Stationery Co.        ��>  Have you a weak throat? If  so, you cannot bo too careful. Yon  cannot begin treatment too early.  Each colil makes'yon more liable  to'another and tlie last is always  tho harder to cure. If yon will  take Chamborlain's Cough Remedy at tho outset you will bo  saved much trouble., Sold by The  Moyie Drug ^ Stationery Cq.      ,  St.  Joseph's   Convent.  ',   NELSON, B. C.   '  jioanluig and Day School conducted by Sisters of St: Joseph,Nelson,  B.' C. ��� Commercial; and ' business  courses a tpecialty. ��� Excellence and  ewift progrosB churactebizo each de-  ptirlment. Barents should write for  particular?. One month assures the  public        the   thoroughness ' of  the  Sisters' methods   of teaching.  Terms  , t , ���  'commvn.ee January,  April aud  Sept  Pupils are adiiiitte'd duriatr term. ,  ,         _ ���- (  ;  METAL'" MARKET.  .,   ,  New York���Bar   silver, 52   cts  Load $-175 Copper,'-13   cts -  .London*"���Lead��13, 12s- Od   >  Stocli Quotations.   ,  f       i -  i    KbliNIsitEU IIV  BE.VJjE <fc   EL-WELL,  (                             , 'V       Bid Anted  Aurora 2S  Cou-olidateil Smelters S2 .00 -     90.00  Cuu. Goldflelfls           , 4.'l-2 C  Urmibrook FIro Brick ��       '    ' 1.10,  North Star ,         V t>\i  Soolety''Q^r,    , , "    25  ���   ,, ' A t, '  Turkeys, "  Geese:  Ducks, *      '"'  Chickens,   pi  , Fowl,  Oysters,     >r'  v Miric.e Meat'.  BURNS i  MOYIE,  Ltd1  B. C.  Dr. H. E.   HALL  !     DENTIST  The Expert Crown  and  Bridge  Worker.  Office over Mr. Short's  Wair  * Paper       Store  t-   <  Armstrong Ave.,        Cranbrook  A Splendid Edition.  Teeming%ith bright and well  written articles, and valuable  stastistic3 ancl information, the  annual number of the Nelson  Daily News made its appearance  Wednesday. There is a faithful  resume of tho past year's development by Mr. E. Jacobs, the  well known miningi engineer,  and in fact every industry in tbe  Kootenays is well covered. Tho  issue involed an immense amount  of labor, and it reflects credit on  the Nelson Daily News in undertaking such a task.  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.  , This hotel is now under new  management, and is first class  in every respect.  TAYLOK,   &   BONNER  rnopitiETOKS.  Victoria Street. ,      MOYIE  A-.,  Big Fellows Coming   West.  Had  Hilarious Time.  Jim Jeffries, with Frank   Gotch,  .���-���'.    i. ���  Jim Corbett,; Dr. Holler and the  rest of his entourage, will probably bo in 'Spoka.no January 27.1  These star?, in their athletic- !  .vaudeville performance, are head- I  ed to the coisfc o:i thoir tour of:  phe country. i  There was a real old fashioned  New Year's dance at Brenton's  camp near Aldridge New Year's'  night. Mr. Brenton aud L. A.  Horne were the promoters.  There was swell music by Al,  Slater, and Dan Goupil especially  distinguished himself as floor  manager. Aliss Shoroffavored the  guests with a 3word dance.  There was a bountiful supply of  supper and other refreshments,  and there were many words of  praise for Mrs. Brenton and Mrs.  Weir. The dance being on Saturday 'night, the festivities  ceased about midnight. So the  Sabbath was xiot brp.ken���only  bent a little.  O P. DESAULNTER  di*aim:r  PROMPT DELIVERY.  QueeDS' Ave.     MOYIE  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  WHEN IN  CRANBROOK  E. n. saijlZX, Manager.  Good rooms, good  tables nnd bnr  and first class sample rooms.  PIANO LESSONS  H.C.SALMON  pf Cranbrook  i (Phono 203.) .  visits Moyie weekly.  Studio, at M rs, G.ilberb  IMMENSE  Goods  reduction; sale  "      ' r  to   be .''Slaughtered. ~  i  t!  Our busing has far exceeded'our expectations during'thc past year.        To show tl,c;public�� oiir appreci,  tion   of   their   liberal'patronage -and   to   reduce   our immense' .slock  ,we liave decided  , to    put , on ���  ear s  that  will eclipse anvthing- known,in this town.-' Every line pf ...  Drygp'ods, Men's Furnishings, Boots and Shoes/ Rub-   -   ,        ���   ..  hers,  House Eurnishin'gs,. Oreckery  and, Hardware   ,<  ��� - .'''t i f ' '     ,  In, many instances the"price  will be subjected to a price cutting operation that will establish a record  will be cut'���in two without regard to what the article cost: " ^ ���.  ������    We simply are overloaded willi^oods and to-havc a place for, the spring,goods, 'which will soon be iu,  ,r we must sell.   *r ,",.,,��� ���    ' "���   ,    " 4,''��� ��� '    ,* -.   ' : ', ���  *' "  "This is a cash sale aud, we'propose to save you money by paying cash. - No entry will bemade in ; tlie  ' books for anything bought at sale prices'.-. ���    - - '. " , -  *     *,  , ,^,,y,    .   " "-'     ,      ,'  ", ���','.'-    '���  'Sale staris on ^'[onda'v'thclOth., and "will continue for-ten days.   .Store will be open rill eight-o'clock  during'the sale.    .We cannot enumerate every article aud specify the fprmcr.price,,and,j the, present sale  ' n'rice but iust ffive a few to form all idea of what.it means to,thc-purchaser. ,  *���    .   ' ,      , ,   .        ���        . ,;,        ��� , ���     ��� y ' *         i      '"   ' �� ; ''  Men's Pen-Angle' fine'hose,',"  ,2 pairs for 25 cents.  Men's fine black0  Cashmeer  hose,-',, extra   qtialit}'.       Sale  "price 25 cents. v -        r  lien's all ,wool working sox.  1 Regular   priGe    35c. ,   " Sale  price, 5 pairs for $1.00.  .  Men's working sox' "cotton  mixture'/ Sale, price 2 pairs  for 25 'cents.*5  \ l'Boys'.- 'lieavy   ribbed ' hose.,  Sale price 25 cents,  b  ' Misses'., fine  ribbed   hose.  'Special  quality.      Sale  price  25 cents.  IMisses' Princess-Rib , hose  in green, blue, red aud black,  20' cents per pair.  Ladies' black Cashmcer  hose, seamless feet. Sale  price 30  cents.  UNDERWEAR.  Ladies', all wool vests,  "Watson's ' Unshrinkable."  Regular price $1.00. Sale  price 50 ceuts.  * Men's all wool   underwear,  regular price   per   suit   $2.00'  Sale'price $1.00:  Men's all wool rii ibed underwear, regular price $1.50  per  'garment.    Now 40 cents.  *  Men's yery fine lamb'sSvool  .unshrinkable' underwear,* regular'��� price'   $4.00, per   suitt  ���Sale price !$2!90. '  *   '   ,  ' ^  Men's black, sateen ,shirts,  .regular   price   ��1.25.      Sale  - price 75c.    ��� .  \ Others,   the  regular .price  of which is $1.50, will,' be sold,  for $1.00.   '������  Glen's'  black,   ribbed 'drill  shirts,-,' regular   price  $1.25'.f  '".Sale price 75c.        < ,   '  ,    Regular price $1.50. v   Sale  price $1.00 ���'  HUSKY  SHIRTS    for  hard,work. Printed guaran-  ' tee to wear for.one year. Reg-,  itlar price $6.50 per pair, will  , be sold on the   10th  only,   at  $4.75 per pair.    If you  want  this immense bargain you  . must get them on the 10th of  January.  Men's bib overalls, regular  price $1.25.    Sale price 85c.   ,  Men's,, women's aud   children's   rubbers  and  overshoes  will  be   cleared right  out  at  ' cost.  Boots and shoes will receive  their share in this great  slaughter.  Ladies' Dress Skirts.  Regular price $4.75.  Sale  price $2.90.  ',"   ,   5.50."  -t i    -.  ,(  ,  '3.40."  "     ��� "      .5.50.  %         M  ,"      '3.55.  '      "   ,    "     ,,6.50.  ',       it j  3.90.  " '     7.50.  (f  "��� " l5-10r,.  ,'"-*','���    8.50'  ��(  "      6.15.  'Fancy Art Muslin' 36 inches wide, sale '.price 5 cents  per yard. ���'      ,",,      "..  ,       t       ...     -  - i  i  The,"Chic" 'hair, pin," the,  /���most   useful   ever,-invented:  'Regular,price1 10   cents,, sale  ,*        y        *     <���      ' A '  price 5 cents. ���     ���   -���'-**   '   v  **i      , .     .      ...     .      ,      i   ,.,  Common \pins  for 5 cents. <  2" packages  On our celebrated "Crown  Plate Silverwear" the' prices  will be cut in two. All crockery -will be sold at less thau  cost price. Now is your  chance to buy fancy China at  your own1 price.  Rugs .-and Mats , of. which  wc have an immense stock,  will tie slaughtered without  regard to original prices. .   " ~  The price on our Mattresses  aud Blankets will be put-  within the reach of everybody.  Everything will.be marked  in plain figures. ,  It would require the services of the whole of this paper in order to give  a  doing the next .ten days but  fair   idea  of   what   we   arc  Come and Share in the Bargains,  hundreds of which would be difficult to advertise.  '     fb; T.Kj��:  '<���';���$*'  ��� y.4^  '���Aky$y  .'(-���'"��� y'ibif!  ,''    <; ,A*y-  '    1 .'."    ' *'Jlj!  ,yp.fy  \:rA^4ml-  b ;*&%��?'*  Zl    **"  1- r   -   rSg  V.'-C   . r 1V4W.C        ..l,fl.  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