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 fep  :^��,?!.iu.,sKiiW-^��'��vis  ' 'IJDo your eyes bother j'ou?  Consult W.  H. Wilson,  of   .Cranbrook   and- get  satisfaction.  S'vt  pioiir-y Ly ���M-rdi;--;-  in/.- your    ,   \  |       Wilson, the Jeweler.  *i  ������-���:   =.0  VOL. 13 NQ,l;5.  MOYIE,  B. C, FRIDAY, JULY 15, (910.  $2 A VKAR  f Brush   =   Brush   =   Brushes f  ���   ��. Yes, wc liave more-than   one. kind * of  brush.    @  ���IgL ,       ,Hair brush, tooth brush, nail brush', cloth, hnt, ' S  a  bonnett and comb brush.      , "'    '  ,'     ',    ' ��*g  @t'  '.��� c .Military'Brushes in Set's and ie Cases, ���' ��  '2- Barbers', dust  brushes  and 'wliisks,.  large and  I*   small.    Shaving brushes' from 25rccuts  to  $5, each.  ',,��   ���'  '   Windsor Newton paint brushes   and  camel   hair'  '-^'"brushes, any sue, at ;  �� ' -.  ads.    " , ,'.(���" , '  Moyie Drug &   Stationery, Company  | . "   GENERAL FLOAT |  The Le'Roi   mine   at Kopfiland  has closed down.  The Knights of Pythias will  build a handsome castle at Leth-  bridge,,,  Guy Lowenburg has been appointed deputy , mining recorder  at Oreston,   , ��  The   streamer   Kaslo" lias been  1180  dock at Kaslo  Aftor a closedown of, a few-  weeks, work has beon rosuuicd at'  the Society Girl Mine, winch lies  about two miles e'afct of Moyie and  adjoins the St: Utigene property.  The intentions ,of the company  arc best tolil by J. 1\ Farroll, the  secretary of the company;  "Our present plan of devolop  meat," ho says, "will be to raise on  some crude shipping ore we havo  in the No.'2  tunnel  and  connect  i, with the winze on the upper level.  , -n��� ���    ,, - .      ' ...  Resuming., Operations |    local assays    ilf^^^^^^^^^^^^^e^^^^^^^c^l  <95-59-&-��-59-5->395>*S3-S*5?S9->53-=5=��   W  ;HazeIwood Ice Cream  c,, . ' ���" ,' "        <    '��� I .   > '    " -, '        '   .  ,      '      r-   ,'' '    , , , ... ' <  You"will'find your friends at Gwynne's' where, the 'best  cream in town is to,bc had" ��.     '    ,   , '      l   ',',/��� ,    '    ''  fiwynne's Hazelwood Parlor  successrully' raised and is' now  iu \Z      tJl<5 Wlnz? on th  dock at Kaslo."        ������      - -        |To catri''on tiie.work outlined and  I to pay off tho  existing-, indebtedness, we'have placed-.on'the  mar-  Tne Rossland Miners' -Union  will hold its Kifcb. annual celebration tomorrow.  ,i    i  t  'The';'EcQhoriiyt  'is the best yet for -preserving.fruits, and vegetables.  rBit��top, no rubber rings Lo'rot'aud   it ''is 'impossible  ,  for .the preserves'to spoil.  - ���       ��� 'V'  n '  ���      ���''<"'< * ���    '"  - jar m all sizes. .   .  ������ GetJ tiie hal5ib.,     Go" to  tj '  Wc also liave the Mason.,'"  ���il  CROWE BROS: & Cp7  v=  T^he Conservatives carried the  Manitoba elections'by 23 to 11  with four seats in doubt.  ,,The peoijlo of'Vancouver ,are  getting ready for their first great  fair to be held in August.  ��� 'About- 100 men' are regularly  employed at tho. Van Rbi mine  and mill, on I'our mile ereekj near  Silverton.     .- ...      '   ' '  - Geo. Garden has returned  from  Cobalt., ,  ��� Frank   Feroglia  is  homo from  Taeoma.'  f'rof.  Chapman^ left  yosterday  For ,Edmonton. '    ' ',   ���  V. D. ITawtliornq' wns, in  town  yesterday.    '     ,, ' ->",  Claude Cobb left yesterday  for  Foster, Mi&souril ,  ���'  , Miss Pearl ITiliier has gono  to  Calgary^ to attend college.  ,   Mis. Kd. Hutt iefbTucid-iy  for  Portland on a visit.  '   Jack,Douohuo has gone  to  the  ���Sullivan mine to work. '   ',  . -      '       i ,, I,  K. U. Stinson this week .sold his  hoixso to James Whitehead.    -  ^ The payroll at the  Sfc.  Eugene,  mine last Monday ,was'-$27,000.  'W. IL' Wilson, Cranbrook*?  leading jeweler, was in town Monday.   I(i ,' '     ' , '     '      ,-     '* ,-  . Tomorrow will be payday at the  mill of the Porto Jtio'b Lumber Co.  fi\>  =^  The Orangemen of Eist' Kootenay celebrated the''220th anniversary1 of the-'llattle of the Boyne at  Ci;a'nbrook on tho' 12th',  i   ' ^ l       L     1 *���  INSUK^NCE   'and MININCr  .-and INVESTMENT BROKERS.  Several light fausfrom England  reached ltenb.the day:after the  fight. Thoy expressed themselves  as being "jolly well sore."  Moving pictures of the Laurier  demonstration in Xelson will be  Aiado aud exhibited throughout  Canada, the JJuited (states and  Great Uritain.  'Head "Office  CRANBROOK, B. C,  Are  You Particular About Style, Fit and  Comfort?  , If so come'in and see our stock o��  SHOES,   none  more  complete.  SPRING SHOES     ;  A fine line to look over but a bad line to overlook, - 50c  reduction on regular price on all shoes. , t  J. W. FITCH  That old faithful bird the sboi-k  did hot favor either side'of tiie  population question' during the  mouth of June, bringing to Spokane 0!) gu-Is aud 99 boys.        .    '  ket' 50,000 shares of treasury'stock  a^ *,2 1-2,;���eents per share,' being  .firmly o�� 'the opinion that it is for  ���the best interest of all concerned.  , "Xovr that the <" government  grant' is ^ available io 'build the  w-gen . road up_, the mountain,  same will be-pushed vigorously."  In thi*- connection io is a source of  gratification to  acknowledge  tho  moral support given, by. the  ��eo-  ,,-'     pm-  -.    '   f    / wie,.peu   j mm or cue J'orto Ki  pie of Moyie who have persistant-'      rr      ,,,,",  ly urged upbn.the government the -   I��a���-��>rady has quit the' Nel-.  necessityof this road, and to ��oiir|p��n   ,      team'ilnd ^ now,Hying in  local member, Mr., Caven, for Ms ��r00k-     ',     * '   ���     '   ',  cordial co-operation!'    ��� ,      | ' T^% 9' -P> K-   telegraph  depart  "J, am sincerely of'the qpinion  that our propp'sition has superior  merit aud is destined to -bo tho  'Hercules'of Moyie., .���, '  ,. "Tliat right.iai-m' work will be  done which will preclude the possibility of grass 'being permitted  to grow on the wagon road when  completed, aud 'that our people  will make"the bunch' of money  of  I'OUR PRICES HAVE'CAUSED gj  |J .empty shelve.? to show'up. ' Wc have marked'all oi'f  W merchandise'in this great-clearing out, sale in -plain  ^   figures at cost, and, many Yuiqh below cost " ���      '  w.    -'���      , ,,''���'  w-     ,���; ,'���',,'   ,   �����    "'  .   ' -   .  ������"  ��� 1 he man or womai'- wli i buys without first' look-,  mg at the vahids that this store offers ��is refusing- f>,  save dollars on their piuvhatc.'     ��    ,   v ������'���.'  We are bound to rid' ourselves of -the whole slock  and our prices'cannot fail lo accomplish our purpose ;  f - , .       ���      ,  <$l ,   ���    Be on hand Saturday.'   Prices and sale continues  W   until everything^ sold.. ,,       '     '  r- '"...'.  Vf>      '   >.    ��� '���--,,"���'       "-     "   ,'  their lives, is alscmy opinion.'  '���Ves," Mr. Karrell says", "obis is  the last call for dinner in the din-,  iug.car.  wire  ..<!  -Is Bat Bash .Eire  its   oi  A bush fire which  had  igin, it is contended, from a spark  from a locomotive, south  of  Aid  merit is stringing  a. cqppor  Xrdm'.Calgary to'.Xelsou".  The Moyie school trustees havo  re-engaged A. f. Mclntyr'e ' as  principal of ��he Moyie school.-. .,'  ft The water in' the lake' is npw  sufiiciently warm for batliing and  many are taking advantage of ' it.  A  daughter  -was, born  to Mr.  ,      - -���-- ..0,  aud Mrg. J6Q  McLaren "last  Sun-f^ as yet small, but hope3 are", ex  r, July 10th.   '      ' '   ;���' pressed " that   the   (con'fl!igratioi  MacEachern, & Macdoriatd  Bush Fire! in Control  \ bush fire some six miles south  of hero, about half way between  Mo'yio and l'abk,- lias given-reei-  deu'ts here no little concern during  the past few days.      The'dainage  day, July  '���' C-A-. Foote and wife are moving into the Armstrong cottage on  ,Queen"s. avenue,formerly occupied  by Ed. Nordma'u. '   ���  ��� ,,     -  -W. J. Payne aud wife and' Mrs.  Jam'es Roberta and dw.v-.gUtea- "tvre  leaving today for England.     '  Sam Potter, master mechanic at  the Smowslioe'near  Phoenix-,'  was  .   ., -.      ,    -   .t'on  will.be'- -speedily rand' effectively  extinguished. The fire is confined  to the timber'on'both sides of "the  C. P.,It. track, and 'has" destroyed  much, staudiug timber. , Today  the lire"hag somewhat deadened,  however, and it ii said that little  difficulty will now be found io  keeping ifc in control. ' Thus, tho  services of Moyle's noble army* of  Honor Roll at:��� School  '    '    ,,.    -��� ';^' :���  / 'ji  Junior   division:    For"  deport-'  meut, R,vy Irtne;  for  i-egularity.i,  Kathleen'dLome;" for  proficiency  Hazel-1 >imock, ,       ,  ,     ��  ' Senior0 division;. -For   , 'deport,  meut, Jessie McDonald; for  regul,'  arity,' Oscar lUirch and John Ferojjj  glia;"    for   ''proficiency, 7 ' Claude"  eeso.     '   , , - "     ,       ,., -  -  rassUisfc���From'A. B.-C. class t  first- primer: .Matthew   MarshallJL  June'LTorn-;, Frauk Stinson, Willi-|;,|  Harris/George  Smith',   Dominic^  Feroglia,   Maude   McDonald  ant-  'Agnes McCoach.   ' - ' i  primer: Hazel Dimock, llay  Lane  Harry "W. Falconer, of the stnff  of the Nelson Daily News, has  been elected a delegate from Nelson union No. -310, to the convention of the International Typographical Union to be held at  Minneapolis, August C 1:3.  Jules Labarthe was tendered a  complimentary bauquet'at Trail a  few days ago, 'Mr.' Labarthe is  leaving for Mason, Nevada, where  bo will tuke charge of the construction aud operation of a smelter.  3^-W. *0/ rf' ifiTiti .0/j;'S/-,i-fc__-cAj. rf/^feiO/.v.^ ^-���rti.rfz rfr-^.rfs.rCi.rfz .2z -J*, rty \<g  *i  Ji  i  '-j  J,!  "I  ^  MOVlE'd" LKADtXG    HOTEIy.  otel Kootenay  The best of accommodations  for  the Traveling Public!  Lirge ,inJ Cornmo-liou3 S.imple Iiooms.  ,v        Uilli.inl lUionii.  McTAViSH & CAMERON.  Proprietors.  :���>  No less' than' $15,000 will be  .������pent at once in advertising lands  in Fire vullf^. A Vancouver syndicate recently acquired 0,000  acres in   the   district,   which   has  jj. ! been subdivided into 10 aero fruit  <  and family homeless, and destroyed their buildit-g'3 and stables and had cremated 100 chickens and four pigs. List night  the fire was rapidly climbing' the  ridges on the east, aud west  sides of IJi-idge creek, but the rain  early this mornit-g had a' tendency to check its progress.- List  night'the nieu afc^ the mine and  the government road men were  outfighting the fire, and it appeals to be now pretty well under control.  Xoxfc Tuesday evening nt the  Odd Fellows' lodgo there will be  work on in the initiatory degree,  and icecream and cake will be  served after the meeting  Mrs. B. Nordman and children  ieffc yesterday for Saudou, where  they will make their home in future. Mr. Nordman is employed  at the Eureka mine.  tracts.  ! iji-iji ^--.-J^- *jr-jjv-^\-/jr/j\ -,v--.^ -"-������  r tj\ JfL- /p. /tfv 'J"1 'v- *v^ 'J' "v5 .-*  Walt    JF.vson,      wlioso     pithy  rhymes  are  so   popular all   over  'the   country,   was   onco  a   heavy  boozdr, but took the   Keeley  cure  -tome years  ago.     lie   writes   his  'short verses  with ease,   and   they  jgive him a comfortable   income.  lost Their Fingers  ...-J-J'��� !     Chester Kilward-, w)io published  T'or the most fastidious dresser wc have the  '- . - j njH-ii -if y.- in '^(^lAttiit-, -juij  mi-\v    ii  Nicest Assortment of Mens' Shoes^^Jl"*:!^  -^    "     '      * '      a]]  colors' that Jack Johnson sat on between  the -Sunday Hun during   tho   wid  jopon diiys in -Spokane, but now   a  landed  111 the newest American lasts,  from 3-1.50 to $5. See our new  Buy one aud be well dressed.  Oxford   shoes in  20th  CENTURY   SUITS.  B.  A.   HILL.  ����<*���*-*?  6  tlio rounds of the tight. Everything about the ring was carried  away as souvenirs.  Within a week two accidents  occurred at the mill of the Porto  Rico Lumber Company. ListFri- MacKay,  day while William liartou was  cutting slabs on the cutolf .��aw ho  lost thre<- fingers of the left hand,  and last Monday G. M. Cox lost  some   fingers   on   tho   left   hind  James Itoberts left Tuesday lor  Denver, Colorado, to attend tho  < convention of the Western Federation of Minors. James hemmon  is acting secretary of the Miners'  L'nion daring his absence.  Mr. Spurck is here fiom Seattle  and will remain to attend the annual meeting of the Cambrian  Mining Company, which mcet*-  next Tuesday. M r. Spurck is the  guest of Mr. and Mrs..   Cnarles  A.  spring by the Consolidated company to entirely eliminate dinger  of its contents being affected by  forest fires. Hence, lack of sleep  from this, reason is unnecessary.  Clouds of smoke bang over the  valley,.bufc it is practically certain  that this remnant of tho conflagration will be all that will reach  Moyie. c ' '  School Election  der: Yally Botbamly, Agues   Lutj  uer; Cbailotte Meliachern,' Katb'JS  leen   Iiorne,   Molly Ewing, IIarri|S  Oeagon; Laura ("-ill,   Homer   Dirn'MP'  ock,   Helen   Campbell,     Ilirriet^  Collin and J. .Mueller.  From   second   to   third   readei'i  Wilfrid Collin.  ���'  From   third   to   fourth'  readei  Clara Whitehead, Dorothy  i-'Onti^^jiffilj.'.  There was more interest than  u=ual taken at the annual school  election la^b Friday. J. A. R  Macdonald was elected   to 'succed  while ivoi king around the planers.  Uoth men are in the ho-pitvl nfc  Cranbrot-k.  Mi--s Nellie Ilaggarty,   who   has.  been employed as waitress at   the-  Hume hotel  at   Nelson   for  muiio'  time, is   in   Moyie   taking   a   well  earned vacation.     She is stop rung  at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. H, H.  j Ninety-eight votes were cast.  ,ead for Japan  Dimock.  NOTrcr:  AH p?rsons using water of the  Moyie Waterworks are requested  to stop all street, garden and  lawn sprinkling,, and' also to repair all  leaky  faucets,   otherwise  Baseball  , ���  ���Vincent. Harry Crowe  and  O'CP.SrarjSjr'  Uiu-ch. 1'MIi  itj ;A\ im 1  Perfect attendance: Oscar Burc hM m \   f  and John Feroglia.  L.'A. If'irne as trustee, and  Cha��,      Class   leaders:   Wilftid    Colli* fist^ijp  A. MacKny   wa-  elected   auditor.  James Robertson,  Jessie   Mi-D.'/jfift^fti'  \in-lt.v-eiirhf. vnti-s wpi-p   r-nol- ulii    nl.-milo [?,>r>j<-> ,. ���rl  ir,...,l   II-,. K^tFtli  rk.  nld, Claude R-jc-*c and Htzel  Din'R^sBf!  ml  Game for Matz Cup'lj  Tlio Cranbrook and  Moyie Foo  vi  ���" , p-t ..in   ittiiivy    iau  .Lord Sliolto Douglas ^^^^p^y^nbomo^  ���    .--,��� -O. for the  reason   thr  mperiai Bank of Canada.  Capital   Autliorized���-������-- $10,000,000.00  3  2  to  til  4  c  Capital Subscribed���  (japital Paid Up���-.-  . Jteserve   Fund���-  $5,573,000,00  ,.���1:10,000.00.  ��� 5.:j;��o. 000.00  !1  vrj      .a'-h*i-l*  ,  BRANCHES   IN. BRITISH COLUMBIA- ('  Cranbrook, Arrowhead, Golden. Kamlocp.--, Michel,    New   Kiche1  Fernie, Nelson, aevelstokcVictoria, and Vancouver.  ''���'.-. Drafts and Money! Orders sold  avaiblc .in any  part of the World  Savings  Bank .Department.  Intevowt allowed on deposit;)  from   date   of deposit.  MOYIE BRANCH. H. W. SUPPLE,  Manager.  j Vowing ho lias spent his fortuup  on his wife, Lord Shblto Douglas  left Spokane recently to woik  with a Canadian Pacific railway  crew for 12 a day.- .Lord Sholto  is a brother of (lie present Alar-  -jiiis of Qneensberiy and cousin of  tho .Atarquis  through   the  rules. L'H'd Sluilio married Aliss  Margaret Alooncy, known 011 the  .rioty   stage   as   Helen   Addis  that the present  hot jweather has reduced the supply in the dam, and thero is now  only enough; for-���'domestic purposes and for fire protection.  MOYIE WATER COAIPANY  who   gained   fame  (���ode   of   pugilistic  H��-^�� ->&?Q **9<3M�� ��e-i��������9-a��-W*> 9 9R9J) S9SS��������!i93����e-5rt����TK99S9����e9��  Soreness of tiie, muscles', whether induced by violent exercise or  injury, is .quickly relieved by the  application of Chamberlain's Liniment. The Jiniment is equally  valuable for muscular rheumatism  .. ..   _    and  always  affords . quick  relief.  ���,, ���   wife  have lived Sold by Moyie Drug <fc Stationery  af at Ci-estou for several years. Co. ,' '  o ! va  %.Douglas and bis  In a six inning game played  hero i-nnid-iy Moyie defeated Nelson by a score of l.'l to 0. Nehon \  fell down in tho first inning, allowing'thoir. opponents to score  1-1 runs After this they held  Moyie down, tho latter team adding only two runs in the remainder, of the game.  The bartenders of Aloyie and  the bartenders of Cranbipok put  up an exciting game at Aldridge  park last Sunday, which ended in  a victory of .0 to 4 in ftivor of tiie  homo team. "Davio" Robinson  was umpi|-e, and tho way bo  hauded out liis' decisions wasn't  slow.  Moyie's   juvenile     ball     team  played   the  Cranbrook   juveniles  at Cranbrook  last  Alonday.     The  score.was U to ,-1   in   Cranbrook'.-i  vjr. ������'..',',  A car of Ijad was shipped'from  ���tho Trail .smelter during tho week,      _.   .,  consigned over tho ('rcafc North- I hall teams will play at Akliid^rJ1  tern for Kiobe, .Inpan. L*-*ail is be-1 next .Sunday. This wiil be 01 ij'  1 ginning   to    move   now   and   thi* ] of the Mutx cup florie".    The gin* H  carload will be followed bj- othei". lis called fin- 2o'clock.  Mi  11-  it-  -.f'.v-t  ���  Two new carloads to select from at t-1  ire  (RANBRQOKCO-OPfRATlVESTQRES  11  I!1  l-h-  r?1 *  i"--'t -  ���f  1  ���- *5*TS��...  -.:i';;<i*5v^  H  "i.c  !���  M  ^Mmmml  fas* PV.  ' -"'>--,  u. J i.  I* *P-  ft-1 "*��'"��� a  r i   <��  ������  T.rr.E LEADED. MOVfE. BRfTISTT coLtttnuA.  THE M0IIH LEADER.  Published in thcinteresl of the people  1   ���   of-Moyie ami East Kootenay.    "  F. J, SMYTH. 1" ii!,isiii:ii.  U N tON T 4^TC AU Ire  -���^vi_T*i.">^ -  i:\Tir   or  ai/ii-ckm-ii'in  One Tear  . .    .  . "'$3.Q0  Fill DAY, .lUI/Y lo, 1910.  talked uf "-'evernl months a.go?  As near as - can be learned  .scared-,: a nioye lias vet been  made. The j?5O,00'O have  beiiii appropriated, the experimental    plant   at   Nclsqu ' is  i - ,  [practically ready, so. why this  idelav?  O. O. F.  Bo You Feel This ^y?';^^^^,,;^^:,.  might as well put a stop to *.our misery. You can do it if  3 you will. Dr. Pierce'*. C'oMcn- Medical Discovery w ill  'jl   ainke >ou n different individual.    It will set your lazy -Uer  i. ;  '     Meets Tuesday evenings  in   ll",'  'j.Mi'neii' I'liionMiall.      iaojoui niiig _|  | Odd Fellows cordially invitid.  .V. W. !.rni>i-:rr.        F. J. Kuvrii,  Noble Grand. i-  Scci'y.  <S*~  The Scott Act  It'is well known that James  Wall discovered the principle  of the steam cnoine bv watch-  ing the contents of a teakettle,'  boil.   'Tins  reminds  ns  that!  -.helateMr.   iMilimr.n   discov-  Uf ' to 'KPr-'*;��� ll w��'l s-cl liiins's rif-Iit in your stomach, and  your appetite -yill tome back. It wili purify jour ijiood.  If there is nny tendency in your family toward co-'S.u-nption,  it will keep that dread destroyer away. Even after consumption lias almost gained a foothold in the form of a  lingering ��0111111, bronchitis, or bleeding nt the lungs, it wiil bring' about-a  extra in 98 per cent, of alt cases. ' It is a remedy prepared by Dr. R. V. Pierce,  of Buffalo, N. Y., whose advice is given free to all who wish to write him. His  great success has come from his wide experience and varied practice.-  IJon't be wheedled by a penny-grabbing   dealer into taking  inferior substi-'  lure for Dr.  Pierce's medicines,   recommenced   to be Mjus-:  r.s good."    Dr.  I'ierce's medicine:, are 01* known composition.    Their every ingredient printed  on   their wrappers.     Made   from   'roots without  alcohol.     Contain  no habit-  forming drugs.     World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. V.  *>", JCns<jif 4.��>(l|;<- N��. pi  K. of P.  L > T .f>,|    Meets e\i-ry Tln-isilnv  '^''���^Sy'li-vcning    in' HcCnvi'  ' V^^^/hidl-il 8  f'clock.'   Vi.'-r  iting bret'iren weTcouif.  j K, I). Sri,v.eo.v, ,     , K. A. llu.%  I CJiHi cellor Coin.      ' K.   li.  &.    5.  Stationery, Cigars, Pipes, Tobacco* fi���-'  olafes, and All Kinds of   As"oid   ?^  '    Frtel. Fruit in Season m^^  m  Villi ami Complete Slock of Fishing Jackie t  , ; and See Display in Whitlow',   j,,^ 0ri,nnlCal1 f ,&B  ,      .   LUCKYI.^PICi:CRl:AMPA[Ji^nC��    [ ''&  A. Smith  I *5-35-5��-55-5-5->-5-5$>-5-3-?-; -5-5-5 C-:*r-=--f.  orcd .the principle of the sleep- \ |          T(v ,TH�� po ! NT     '     J  ',Rev. 'Dr. Spencer,  sup,erin--j���? c;n- ix.rt], wj,jle ^ a circusl2&s,��**ai��.c.*6a.��.*-lSc-*et?-*-&��l  tcudeut   of 'the Local   Option jv-htehing a coulo.'lionisL  don-!   ' ,           -    -  ���* o    ,<    a;-., \   ..���,���.-,.,.�����-,,    ,',, !, i    1 ��� .   '   1,-   , ' '''   ,       . ��� O-lanv a   man   is  proud   c.l   hi  (_or  vbcoit AciJ   campaign   m j ]j]e hnhselJ: through a hoop  Bi-itish Columbia' seems to be.  POSTAL    PHOTOS.  1 past-���because it ii yiiit. -  peculiarly unfortunate in  his!     Cranbrook\s board'of trAdej    Folitenoss pnys enoimyitis  divi-  ',.     '' .  .  '    . <���     -r       .-.    i-i     -         \i< <jrrn-*n<;^ l li   lirJrl o    mr,���i ,*,,,'_: dends on tho in vestment,  disposition to regard   all   con- jlh -^"Pposcj.! to Hold a   mcctinc-, ^    sLiuu'ed authority as dishone^L jon *--\e -~1-'sl-' TuoV/iay  of   each I    There never was a' worn in who  ti       ~    ui        i i ,   i,���' 'month   but tlii^   uin-nih   ibt-n-*  eouldn'b muho  s?oi-io man, sic ���u|3  Or dishonorable when  he   has i;iwuul- u.ll, un.*,   mouin   ii-*-*��-, -j ,     .- , .,    -   ,,     l  iind take1 notice if &I10 so desired.  wa,s no meeting owiiu'   to   the |     ^���,   '      '   lack  of'��� a    qiioruni.      '    It    is1    ^ woman whose  stocking  does  lrit wrinkle i-j said to  be  a  good  hoii'-ek--(-per:'bufc   then,   how ��� can  I make a   specialty  of Tos-  jial   Jmoio' work.       Prices,   'I  for 50 cents, pr $1.25 a dozen.  , MJ.SS FLORA DKAGON.  ��SV  ;*.p  'dealings with it.    Latterly he  .    Jias been to��uriug the. country  condemning Premier McBride1  '    and;, his*  Government ,iu  all  .��� their works. .Now he is heard  " irom in Prince Rupert', where  f t  'at the.last'ineetiug of the city  There is a mile of wire in a good  piano,    i,, > _      'c  A ton of steel   makes  a  million  aud a half pens. ���' ���- .   '  is conineiljd to vote in Au&cii-i.  There are 1,000 automobiles in  iSrictsh-Columbia and1 two more  are bought every dayl   '  ��� council a letter from him war] .'���, ,-���,��� '% ' ^^^  '"read,  stating  that  the   Scott 14  t* ' i  - Act  is   to. be' attempted   in  ��� '.Prince   Rupert   at 'aii   early  'date, selliug.forth the  advan-  tages \\l^ich he claims for this  measure discredited  bv 'those  ��� .' r     '. o  ���\vho have had experience wiih  its workings in, Kastern Can-  If^a; and expressing,the ''hope  thai 119 obstacle will^be placed  in the way of'a free expression  pf 'opinion by the people of the  city.'"'     In" moving ;tUal   the  , letter" be .'received' an'd 'filed,  Aid. Hilciitch "���warmly' resen-  ' 4ed the phrase quoted as   con-  stitutihg "a gratuitous  insult  ioiLr-.coimr.il "     The. majority of the  board  preferred   lo  ,   ignore the discourtesy in "charity-lo the perpetrator.        It is  significant- thai the 'Scott Act  campaign   in 'Prince 'Rupert  has the .support  of  no  fewer  than  four  of the'''blind pig'J  ' proprietors who recently have  been   convicted   and   heavily  fined through the activities   of  the Provincial police. ���   -  J strange, ' but a fact jicvertlie.  less, Ihat the busincs:; meh uf - you' teJJ?  all small cities and towns   are I       , .       ~;��� -'.',.'  '    ' . ,-  1 '   1  ���     ���    '        ' ��� TJiero are lets of admir-able peo-,  so ueglectlul when it concerns, plo in the ,vorW ���bo a-^.0l. lmvo  their most, useful,organizatioji. jlearried,,hov/to cut a  long  story  -5hoi t. ,'","'  0 F..DESAl'LXlFR.  Vi:.\i.i:h   i>r  '     PROMPT DELIVERY  I .'w'osld-s -doTngV"' I MOYljE'S IDEAL -LAKE  (Fiom the Cranhrook-Ilprald.)  ntc  truth   of    the    okl  aphorism  "Distance lends'enchantment;  to    the  vi-riv," is forcibly emphasized by the  comparative      neglect    ot    two  such  ir.r^,.',/*.?^., .^.,      ,.ii    i .. "   i' .ideal,beauty spots as'the Elko river  , livery person entitled to  do so1'  Queens'. Ave.;  ,S<-lKlr]c   I.tHlf;r,  So. fifr  A. }'.   .V   ,\. SI.  Ke^ular    meetings  011 tho  first  AVed-  n ostlay       or    each  luonthl     '   ' '  Visit ink bretlneii wc-lccmp.  Jb Chapman, W.^'l. '      '   '  N. AV. Liurdotfc. Secretary.  Moyie   Miners'' .Union  ^      Wo. 71 w.'F. of m"1    ���'  -Meets in Miners'   Union  TI.-ill   ev-,  ery Saturday  eveiiiii-j.,  S ijottm-  itig members are cordially invited  to attend.        .       '  t^=���^-  Mnyicir^   t��  ftj  4  '���iv**-- ���**���**' ^���t*5:-  St  * if:  M.OYTEJAlbert CiH, r  llJri'fiili ill,-  names Robeits  Sporctim  "THE QWiSTlOMs  w>'����-- t��  m ��,������.,,���  'il'dirh .,   U.HM    ,.". -",  "��� >Yiluy H-Hi.tt b  ���������  Oui--Sanilary Bolltnj'^  ��T"H��'<t Olll. ti��� ,���'..,.  1w''-V:'����|<'tl!tr.]|.iri,V,..'S  ��� Kv.in   firW  ,.,;,r )(i. ,  ���'t'l-Utt'd   ji    j v. -   ���       ',"''1'.  'Il> it's vlitl !i!!  I v-j i-;. ii-iit  nt  I 'East-Kooienay Bolting'o  aarvey,-,    McCarter   &!-���  ��� - ��� .- IVIaccio.nald.    ',    ��� I  Ihirrist'r^, S-''lii i'tore, Notairps, Etc ' j 1|>  St.   Joseph's .Convene.  .NKl.SOX, n.' c.     '     '' ' '  .rioanli-jg nn'tl I) ly School co-i^pci.-,  ed'by's:.Jiiei3 of ^-r.',To=r.]!]-, >;< :s6n,  B.   (X      Coiiinieicial     juit! , .l-ii^iiie^*- ] l_,  cuursca a  tjjeci.iliy.    E.*:ct-lii-neo   ��n;i 1 ^-'T'clllUr'OQ.rt,,.    -  s\v 1 ft  p,ro^rfi!��a.-cliiiiufichii.����  each   ile \ ssii���^-    - ;���  parlsv.' nt.    I'jnnts   shouUl, wriic   h-i-;  pirlii-n'iir'.-   One niotiih i ,ibsiiri>s   Uu-',-,W'.   3?   oGrUJ&J)  public   (1   tliti   thorO'igj-iic-o1'uf   tin  Sisteih', ineihovls   of ic.iehin*;.   Tcinib  coinra.iice January,   Ajiril  and   Sept  I'upil*: are ailniiltod duruvu tertn.       r  W P. o. uox'f-u'o  Cranbrook,   (3. 0<  s: c  ;:l WH Y NOT-  falls and i\Ioyic lake* by-residents'  b?    Cranbrook.     Here \ye 1ia-,e practical-  Stewart is to'have  a  fifty toiJ',y al 0lil"  smelter. ���,   . ��� ��  ��ai:i{isTi5is, sor.iciTOi:,lncTb.  CltANBRO'OK. ,-       ���' ,      jl. c  STUJ' AT TliE  This year, the Dominion government' has refused co give anymore aid to tlio Alpine club,     -c  - The cLief-of the fire depaitmeut  iu D-i-vson has a salary of $300  a  month'. The firemen are paid i?loO iany,midday and leach Mojie  a    month, ��� _'.-..  nera ^e na-,& praciic.-.i-; *- .p.^,,^  ��rJ&����2F% ��� CQSIOPOUTAN  scenic    spot  practically- speaking, Cranbrook -re  sidents take no interest in cither' oi  them., ' Sometime1" ago we drew attention J.0 the charms of the' Igllro  river      falls,     easily    .reached    from  Editorial Notes'  "Grubstake      me,  saiq  "and  ng 'Events  ^ Convention of Western Federation of Miners,, Denver, July IS.  Sir AVilfrid   Laurier  at Nelson,  August 2l>.  ltevelsfcoke Fall Fair, September  0 and 7. *   .  New Denver Fruit Fair, October  l.  Spokane Interstate-    Fair,   October 3 to 0.  Christopher Columbus,  I   will   discover     America."  And only   a   woman   believed  him.  The constant use of the telephone is said lo have a tendency to cause dullness o.  hearing. The "hello-ear" will  furnish artists with a new subject for special study.  No more is heard of that  fabulously rich ��old slnke at  Stewart on the Portland Canal.  Surely a ledge of almost solid  gold 20 miles in length aud  three miles iu width has not  pinched out so soon.  CP.fi. Time'TaJHe  Westbound  Xo. 213    Local'  No. ?        Soo Spokane  taslbound  Xo. 211   Local  Xo. S        Soo-Spokane  Cranbrook e%-cry day'in, the -,v,eck. A  visit to [tMovic on Dc-ininioii Day  brought, home "to us Very forcibly the  unc'cn'fallcd charms of Moyie lake,1 particularly from life Cranbrook resident's point of -.ic-w,1 owing to the  lack of anything of. the sort in our  midst.       One   can  , lea-c Cranlnoo'.c  lake  within an hour, spend three or' loin  rronrs  boating ' on   the Jake -and       -be !  bade in town by dinner time.    Moyie |  lake is a    beautiful sheet     of water, L  some seven    miles Jong, affording unequalled'opportunities  for boating of!  every description..      Already a large!  number of Movie peoplu have- purchas,-}  ed motor    boats,vand _   tiie surprising  thing    is        that    none'  of  our  own  townspeople  ha\c  so   far done    likewise.    More surprising still    is    'the'  fact that   no boat club exists citbeij  a,I     Mo-ie  or in' Cianbiook.      V,:itli!  such a'splendid sheet of wafer available it is hardly to be credited    that  neither Movie  nor  Cranbrook has  as  yet    enleied   crews    lor     the Noi th  ,r    .  Pacific Amateur Aq-.iatie"association'*-i       yl��  legattas.      There is  no  rcafon    why'  Mo-ie and    Cianbiook, sevcially     ori  conjointly  should not enter cicws  to  j compete  in  these annual events,      in  | the same way  as  is done by   Kelson.  Kootenay lake, offers no better training giound for  oarsmen  than      docs',   ^_,  Moyie, lake.'    This is  a  matter that1 fZr  1:10 p.m. j might  well  leceive   the attention    oil J   '"'  local sportsmen.  '��� t .'  . .   - ' '  ���    '    , WIIEX'!7.!    '     .      ,  ,. '/cranbrook  K.-n. S.-I1AI.I., iaaiiiii;c-r.        . .        ,  '     ,       ���*-���-������-'���.-       ., ' <        '  ,Gooil,iocin-i, good, tables uud   bar  and Crst class sample rooms.  )hii. Jewell  *:    PR'. F. E. MILES J  .     ' Dentist/ ������  .- -' "'-'-  ���  Cranbrook,      ,      is,  C.  George R Thbrnp'son, ",  '    s     I.AItRlSTKR.-     Sbr.IClTOK       I- ,  -i     *    Notary Puiiiac, itc. ��� '.   (  GRAND ROOK,       Banisu Columbia  W. ,R- BEATTY-  Embaliner anil'Undei taker,  Phone 9. CRANBROOK  Express and General    Delivery   Eusi-  T. T. Mi-Vitiii..,(-.K ',[���  I.  3.        n. V.'r.ti'k^  ,  c  JTcVITTIE & PARKER  PltOVIXCI.W. L,1XJ)   SUKVi;\i\r;  Sale  Le.ive Urdrr.i at  G\\\. niifc'!- Stote. ,  1 ne'ss. ,  Livery   and    i';--iM'-vi -i'ix^�� i^oiM-uJuxti  Feed Stable.  ��/00D    AND    COAL  Fer  Esliniafes Furnished.  OKJ'TCKS '  l-'ort Steele V. (). liox 2J.  Cl-anbrook P. 0, Box \l.  b-  Iiiitish Oo.uinbia  HVY   YOUR  1:20 p. m.  2:  p. m.  ">.'J.{) p. m  Thos. Summers  Cigars,   Gundy,      l-'rtut   and  Confectionery.  The Royal Seal cig.u has been  before tho poking pnblfc for a  doxen yeais.' It is made in Nc-lion  and (.an. bo bottgbt in nearly  every mountain tou-n.  JlMKS^Br EXPERIENCE  TOi  Noi'iD.vs   i;tc  South   Victoria   St.  Cigars  accos  am  Confecti nery  ^     Moi 3 ey in vested around CrestonS'^ safc.as in'the I.  Rutland.    ,Th'c, growing of iVnit there is no longer aae|  iiiciit-r-thc fruit spc���ki. for itself. '       \t '���     '  ,'   A large tract of tliis land has been placed in ik':|  to dispose of in Moyie at " - '  $75 per acre, by ihe block.  ^ This js not n wildcat town lot proposition, h;i! :  legitimate investment. Vou can see what vou arc f  Come in and let us talk, it over. -  "  ma  mm  Inn  If, you want nuythin.cf in the  i-inc of clothing' or men's fur-  nii-hings, tiy  c. a/ foote  ' THE TAILOR |  \\ '��� carry in stock the goods i  j io  make    an    up-lo-djU-   ,-i.iit.  FKO.M  A. B. Stewarl  Motor   Boat Supplies  ^H^M^      ���        De9I0��3  ^FffVV^"' Cf>fY>-:r.HT!3 &c.  /.-��� -.-.nwrirttni; !���. !i*c''r*i mi'J t'c^crlptlm, nn -  Jl.ll, '--,r r.irLrin'ii r.ur ��rpm->,,i  'ruu �� Ik I hor ai\  &   ;iii.i,le ill  town,  or we can cfet  JS.lAP.KS.  anc-,  Gasoline engines.  We have the largest and  'best  as-  "it was a-g-racc-hilact ui   the Ported stock in the  interior of  B.  part of Premier McBride'to in-! fJ-; VA"ytl;i"r -u;.'ed, on  !V ra'Ptor  ' -.;    c,:   ,,,nc-;,-T       '���' ''       ljo'lb:w"' -,laV{?  fe'ot.it- ,   Weihre  ���yite feir.-AV.]lfricl Launerto   a  agents for  Tlio Caille' .Perfection  public '.���entertainment in. 'Vic- J ^otol-,_c��-> ��>id we keep  in stock  toria,   and.  Mr. '.3\IeBride: enhanced   in'public ��� esteem   bv  -. -.  doing sb.    But why comment?  Ur. M"eBn'de always docs ' tbc  right thing at the right  time.  .      lim   (Tin Is pr- \i'ib\y p lU-n'-Jtl-    ('��� .,, i-ry  ���loinnr,   .lyrci-illd? ,:i .1. ltHNSIBOX <>���' r..lti La  Bi-rt iice.M)',K   t. ii^-uik , fir .-  . ir.i-K pnt..ii-w.  1 ittoi-14 lul'.t I   I'lrn.ii'li   Mm ,1 J�� Co. rctdl-F  t;if;(iil notice, \\ i' Ikiuj oli..ri;u, in tlio  Scietttiffc* Etmim*  \ lm:)ri3r>*meiy iUnMTatetl weekly.    Ijirwst dr  ��'iit;itioa  of  an?   f. ionillle " joui u.il.     Tunns   i<.-  iO^lcUU36'^^. New York  .    liraneli Mlco; 02i 1" St., Waslilin.-u,!,, u.".  Ill'SACLNlBH      Ill-OS,    |-��|,H  i.vcu   a   special    ordered    suit   ^! h,l,,,,;,a   l0om   '?   Con";ctif>"  i n.��le lo your measure.       Wc'      I ������1 men. Bob,  I, J x v *-1 Of aieommo-l.ition.  I have rcad\-to-v,ear Campbell's ���    .  , 1   ,i ��� ,ii , ' Jle.ulf-uartert-   for   Com-  clollimg, the   besf   made   and, -,      , ,,.  !r,' V    i-        ���    .- niercialantlMinnit-Mrn  1 fitting clothing in Canada.        '  What   about   those   experiments on zinc ores   that' were  a ntimber oT motors at all tune?,  so before pitrohasing elsewhere  etill and ins-peet them. They are  Iiigh -iniinalifcy.bufc 'low in price.  -   Write for   catalog no 'j  and price-list.  , |  ���������������Thomas Sargent   !  P.O.      lie x 172. Stanl  ���N'Kf^pN,  ]'{. o.  THE   WAIVE ���  ice Cream l^rlor  . N#W OPEN   .  I Irt^vrv II li it 1 i:  ley St j  \.   II.-..1-IU-,   l-Ii:;,. j   ^tf O  _    _.. 1 taBSS-a5!SS��S33  -.'.  IJiiderwear,  shirts,, collars,  ties, bells, summer  hats and  nearly 'everytiling- in   the. line  of  furnishings   at "reasonable  prices.;'- - '    ','���''.  J    All our goods and work gi'ia'r-  |an(ccd.    Cleaning, pressing and  j repairing done.  Q-mEx.s avi-.  A-made by thejircsrnt hre-.\or i- ;iilmiU<<l'> '-"j  . licst Meet in |.;,lS(, Kooleimy. Villi llif H*'"1 '(!J  "j.ind the Purest Spring Water it i? iineM't'Il"1 ��� j  ,ijt��;dity.    Insist on havim: Moyie Deer-  mriTLKD AND D-KAKT UKKI-l  lw  MUELLJLE & HESSE,   PROPS.  ^KrriH, ii. o  ^i  SEND YOUK    WOllK   TO  TJIK  KOOTENAY  ������f'.'STEAM-���,'.���'���'  LAUNDRY.  ,    NELSOX  All White Labor.  |��&�� 9Q��e *��e<$��8��ao-*j��co��eea ^jee'e ��e���� sb ests *#��'  estta**  ���nt.  ]f]anil]Bfiain1s Coiifti! Remedy  C"-i't.-s<:ol.U. C,-oiii>;i!i,l \'.!.'^.,i.ini. . ..,i���|i.  nerchM&i  mm  li-iavo w'oik witlr the    1  .^ ��   i.��.SSV.-!rl     ���  oeal ���agent  A.B.STEWART        |  T3. F.JOHNSTON.Frop.  This' hotel is new and well furnished- __  tables are supjib'ed wifli the best the mai'-;cl ;' "'^  The bar is i1rted; with the- best '-hraiicls o'f lu)11"  and eig*ars. '���  H;eadqt.iartersfc1'  COMMERCIAL  AND MINING .MEN^  MOYIE;     -    - BricisliColi^r,%  &&*><*mam&QQ&Qs>9'&@Qe96m*a9*QQe9��GQ9i>wt!>cttii999  y& ���f  -���-���  r. :  11  ON 15  ���J.v,     f  [  Mlj [  *' - M. }l"  .���.-���- r  ���J'.U, [  "'   "<��  Co,  l.'OXE  '-if 5����  "  ��u \N**  R  ���Vv  LI  k  -*ir  ���4%B  -CK.  iVB  ���II1  d1) i-'i  t.i f  ! I  I  10'-  p  pi  By Foxcroft Davis  L  IBUTEX.VNT HALKKTT. In command of I be  United    Stales   torpedo   bpal   Gadfly,   In   tho  linrbor of Hon-? Kong, h,is bound upon n lory  tU-llente   liiteniniiomil   mi-sion   up   the   Pearl  ;    ,      Itlvcr aif.d .-.-as recehing his  i;.st  instruction:;  .from Admiral Cotr-svvorili In the cabin of (fie llni'ship.  ,')   The Admiini. a slioit, fiery man, was apt aveisc tu  collisions;. In fnel, ho com lei] lliem.  "Here,"  Mild   tin-   Admiral.   handing  to  Halkelt   .i  Jnrge ofilelnl envelope, ".ire your ollh lal liislnielioii-s.  They will do to show.  'ibide island'/"      Tho Adnilr.il-  wliiked.* '        , ,  ( "Yew," replied  ITalkclt. who could n.it wlnkir/il nn  'Adnilitil,,but could  nod  inteillgoiill-..  "Sow," continued the Admiral, "} on arc dlrc-Metl  ,ln those instruct lomr (o ninke �� thpioi'igh InVcstl^a-  llon Into (hc-iillet-cddairying off by foivp lioiri the  ftroiind of the British Consulate nt Hwang-ICwo of  John , Mncllenii. a Scotch engineer,'- by tlio lltln.,  >.iiciii3 Qulntlus Curtlus Gowdy. Amciiea.i Vice C'en-  gul ul IIwnng-Kwo, and lo'rcpr.il to me, Vou tiro  especially dlreeled to act tu concert with 'he local iu-  tliorltles nnd the British Cc*n--ul. It's n t>'elty seilous  limitless to get Into a row with n British, lepresci'iln-  ,tlve Jn tlio Hnsr, .is you know, and It /.how- lli.it  Gowdy, the Aincrlcnn Vice Consul, knew about,:is  much concerning his-business n.s a horse kno.vs about'  playing the liddlo. Damn the whole lot-of 'em, I  say." ��� , i       ,  To tbts ITalkctt AVQddc-d a s-Slent approval    ' %  1 "Wli-fit you really have to-do," the'Admiral kept  ,on with an Impressive forefim*ci\ "Is to earn for  yourself nn official repim-nixl fur ovon/onl. I'll ��eo  to'ltQthnt It Is .taken orf your rceoid at the Navy Up-  rjfirtment.  .The   fact   H,   Gowih   and    Mad'can   sot  'irlunt, grabbed Macl-Soan .ind dragged blm across the  imhllc square into-tho Anieiltnn Vice Coiwul.ile, /.tifl  MncBenii iiasn'l been teen since, The Billish (Vm-  Util,, Mr. George Frederiel-'llpgin.ild Lasce'des. saw It  till from his bedroom wimlov, and befd Mvl'.cin  yelling for help. The Couiul '.v,i�� sh.ivi: g, and be/ore  lie1 could .wipe the lather off, his r v e and pet down  stairs Macl'ean'liad dK.-'iipi.in-d into the American  s (tr!ce Consulate  ' "Mr. r.ascelles went over lo tijo .*, merl.ai^ Vice Cen-  KUlnlo and denian,ded an e\pl in-itlon Gowdy wis  lnipudent nnd refused to give any evpj i?*nll.��n of hi-.  th.it I e\pc-f !ej a ii itn c ii;ui-,iiig .md de-.nod ,'i Cnitid  Stales vessel sent her.- .mil ,i nu.ii.l foi  t'u- \ ir e <"��/i  sul.ne,    M^eanwliilo I Ii.id a pcilectly -:nl-f,K t-n .  in-  ter\Iew with Mac.    I went In and told hiui \.hn 1 bjil  done."  "And   ulnt   was   M->--I*ein   cloli-g   all   (hi,   tlr^V  asked JI.ilU.-tl tn wonder.  -. "Oil, f.oid! Mac was a,s ifitiK :i�� -.on ple-ise He *,.is  safe from Mrs. MacXab and he had.a good e.i^o lor  f.iKe liiiprisoninciU against ii.c. and w.i-> ike'j to  make money all aiouud. I Ji.ul made liini go(,d -mil  comfoidible Iu flic dungeon, with plenty of first cl.i^.-,  whlikey, newspaper^, and a In n n ,b<-qj- and a lii'iie  lo tcad, aud \m was com.foit.iMy waiting for the tli-nt;  to blow over I went In after [ hid ici-lkd tu U-o  lli-itlsh Consul and had n heait to "beau yi'd nose to  nose talk with Mae. I toll blm that I would ^ive  Iibn ��2 of good I^nj-lish monej for every d iv I I.- pt  him there, and that I would smuggle blm ofr on tb->  vessel I e\-pectod, an'd would g!v<- lain ��J0 In IMj/l.^U  numey at Hong Kong, and lie could simply disap, car  nnd get another job on one of the Yniig-t-.e boil- ,'i'id  lio need ^e^er bee IIwnng-Kwo or Ihe MinjN.ib wointn  again r  "Mac has a sound Sculdi head on li.m.   He ^,ii" the  A-      mil   1-      .0 u ������   ',(J1   Ui! i.|     ���'il  I'll   On'-l,   u    <  -.inld* n'\ f mi 11 - l I < i ' ii-H ,< .^ i-.i ,,[ ;|��� in mil _'i -  :-/IK(l ilo\ ii i - i ,ii ,i, i m,ii;i ',.ii t (I i \\'i-,i  she i '.ic lied 11 c < i ii i mi i in ,1 c i 11 1h,i itjlu'ti: K ������ -  'l'l- ���slci.iid . ..r, 'in, ..u i n i~ ^ii,i --g Iim_u".  -ii.'I in- nig -;, ��� ,! ,' m-,1 v.i-i',- Hie Mult' i-nil,, u-,i  *--lili|i���ti- i.t t! . n -t m>^ Ul( ^ 11,-J. i- . ������ li < -'1 I ' C'l'i i ��.���  nu- ins "I'-iei- bo ,li;, " K n< i ,ii, ,_ jsliici 'Iv h > t bit  Hi.ii Ji f.i-iiiil 'i, til" ( i'l'ie- -��� v li -:i o-ie ul tue.ii,  ���-hi, h w -s ri'i,i'.\ i .reil f r the two bum en, \, i,"'  slgi,.iIlMl h\ the (,*(1MV . ml si(.||ii,,l ��)..(., tlietu; ..In  l.i.il's si,i(. (IJimIij/1 a |,i.i.(iii in Chines,, cii-'nnie' b ic  or r'.iiuiw ,n, r.'iiuns    jM i,,, bu-.-i-t pi,i \e; mjio-,-.!  a ni-.lc.iu t.f niig.'isli ,so\f reigns. f���t Ml .M.u-Jh'iii u ,.i  pomledl- de'iiiiiil .������ dr.ifr. flits k. or note f.um h.^  foi-ner f, mid .nu] |,, i t,r. \']{(, <������ ,s,,i <;���niu.  Uitiun  .in   b  in-    Mr ,(!i,iulv   li ul   lidded   and   h ,d  lie   lli-p-i! lunt    vt   Wis'iiiuton   I,-.,  \ H>-   Couslll   H   ][^  !���,;.. Kvo c  -em   i ijpl.ei despit, b i in 1,1 d   -pi'v, 4rf.  -woi III t.,,.i i b-im ���t  advantages of the propcs.il at once.    So I   u-ide It a t    culsiJi  f.ib-ed   lo  tl-e  le-vi- itinii ,  Il.il'cetl nl,  and pciwin.ii" finm Adiiiii.il C<  bis in Hie N n-\  Uepiiiiui'ut      Tl-f <!,)].( r i ,ui U,us-_  "(let  the-. Stale   I^'p n In ��nt< to  (.'!,���   i- <_( pl.n-i e  -'  f:ii\Ml\'s iis|��i��.,ti ,,i, n!|,.|ttKP tliei" \-\ill be (1,,- di.\ i|  <o 'li-   nil  lit io   \.ith  the  P.ut.sh  Constj!  at  l]i,,i, .-���'  ICw n."  'J h-:i H-ilKett iwi-t ii"'I. ti> bU binruli in nidi'i ii  re; fir*- in ||-c '.\diu,i d on the fl.igship I.iir Just iln-n  tin ll-igsii'p u i^ gvlng outs'iIi> for I,uircr pricln'e f.->-  a f-llfib of d^- sfi UilU-'elt's oti! in \l-it 1 i ihe .-d-  liiil.il - -l-  in- ��� ���njh  ,,. sij'oui <]     The flagship -t ".ul  ll II s   Iii-Kmi]   of   (^ 0  Tl-ilke't h i I   n��� iiiw'ule get a   letlei   from   lilrili'i)  Cures,-enli -.-uijfliri voii'd sei.d 'to the (i.idtl.i   u lieu <  he  v I-   , i*. i!-   t-i reiiw  her coiiiiii.iuder     'I li'i-iefiu ���  Jfilklll  w.-i'tid rrit.,-'u[n   unlll in*-.l miuni-ig.  v bee  M ���  reithul   lit-  ube   rueun.ig  mill   im.it   -inntlu-i   in 1\ * * .���  l"Wi-t- illi of tinir bun ,to rep r( on tbe tl.igslnp i'(t k i  o'drwk. 'Jlus in* did and found Ailiuli.il ,CoU".wou'.i  faini Ii-g rtnd (itbii'iair. . -      ,,   ,  '���i:\eiuhlug wni bed to i c'lMbi " si!d( the A dun I il.  Into a  row-M.i the gtouuds or ihe r,rbi-h '���ons���i..u> '      Tl,c   '''>'   man. _Lucius -Qulntius   Gurtlus, Gowdy, \\V'J,m  nboiit-'t-be T.o.d  knows" what.    tiovd\.   w lio  Is  from     rc-.'o��jnI/.Uig the uniforms ,of his Msltois, lose to  his '%/jm  tlic,bad lands down .on the Arkansis River and \i i     fc'uL ftnd ������'lei'lwl Ul0m coiainlly nb HalfefcU intioduced f /^^     ���T&^���*s&fo-Tmmv.r?s&gai    *��/   '^l^l^l^^  out in willing and be signed II. and I did. too    i gave  blm  the  two J'ngJMi syxcif-Igns c",ci.v   d,i>   I'm. J,.-/]  him h1cki.-d up     Wou'd you likii, to tee bi-iiV" ''  "Certainly" I bhould," said H.sii'ott. '  Mr, Gowdy rose and, opening n see'.et comp-u-tmoiit  In  bis desk,  took' out t'hice-l-jigc  keis'and   lid  tlio  -    party, Iiltiel-'oid bringing up the icar, Into a n.i'now'  I-aesngp? at  the  end  of  which   wis  a   '-irge.   he." y    "Oowd.v sent ,in bu i-'-ign iti-m and (lie Sf.ite I)i-|,ai  Iron  fitudded  door 'hvitlt   three   pidlocks     Tlio   Vice    ni,>'1(   ���',c,t'1   ��"   l"^'ile   Jnfnrm iimii   an-l   h-id   m-i-i.  . Consu.  unlocked (he p-.d.cCks nnd  the paity eiiteied    sT.I^K.H^Vm'oT M,c rjw "bTi ic-s'lhe h^-"'!'  the room.    It was Indeed a stone dungeon, but wi'h    I-d fi(ii,i Adiul.i-I JI.iib-Md i;ii the s-ibir-fl     If.ibo-d  four windows b'gh up against  Ibe low stone telling ,.'"  know, i- a  reguMr md ,ti-e,v. -In,l   1   think  v.e--.-'  , ,find barred-with lion.    At a table In the middle of the  ' "�����_'''-''i did fa bunion g linn .if d he knows it, but-c.iVr  'Doormat Mr'Maenpmi  In a  Urge  American  locking     U','1"llp,,'^,,,;ilIl'1|   ���,. ,Vl,   n^.[t   ^m,^   ��� ^  u',ch-ilr.    Mr. Gowdy intioduced the party and Mi-  Mac-,!e!lti-  whiliu-id   ��� f >n ,v ;���_  Bean "giecled them affably. ' "\ i''P  '-diniial II.n bd-d piespiits ljN en,i-in'iieents to  "It's   all   fi\-ei1, 'Mac," "sild   Mr.   Gowdv.   *"T   shall    j!ciu    ul(1 " -! C'.-teswi.j'.i. :u.(\ !lf.us to e,iV  hi. -iMi��i-  make a',,-ofbcul  rc.ucst of Mr.  Ha.fcclt'to  lake  me    ��-�� *> 'j"' ^^% fi�� ^y^ ^L  and itiy Chiuose sonant on  board'the Gadfly, and  it  < Qumtuis  Cuit'is  Go*\d*.-.   \'!ce  Consul  uf  tiie  r-uidl  hliiiseit' and liis. aid  , "01.id lo see'yoji, Mr.,'ir.ilkptt," he said "There  ain't enough ,Amcne:Li2 utilfoi ris' seen aic-und lioie.  Let nio introduce jou to the T.ut.io of llii- district.  vUe has-ii't got the-yellow jacket and the-peacock's  fcillic'r .\et, but lie ought to'liave "em." "  'Don't miu believe what Mr Go\-)'dy Is "saying," said  tbe alleged Tullao, lising and offeiiiig bis, li-tnd ind  smiling n bip.ul Hiberiilm smll.* "I'm K.itlui' Slat-  tf'i'.\, of the inlssitmai-j station Jictc.rrborti ruid hi-e-l  in I-'.UI IMier. Mass. and sent out hero to pre ich*'.he  Gospel to the heatln-n,and (ho cou&ulu."  At this little Foul's pj es ncaily jumped out of \.m  conduct or w-hat had'beeome. of M.iclleai.   .l.Welloi     ���0.l(1   L)���( 1MMU ui,o"knew the mR-  -flirt the only thing possible^���repo) Jed it to the.Consul  General nt Tloi'g Kong.   The ciu'iser Drj ���id was J' s.t  ��� Jibout going up to^IIwaiig-Kwo���r.iillsli (raiser, am  nlw.ays In t,he act of-going (o plates wheie they may  ' lie useful.    So the P.illlsh -Consul Gcneial 'Is sendlii^'  .i ,      ,     i ,  _ii limn up there on the Ory.u! to Investigate the mat-'  Jer.    Meanwhile Gowdy folcg'Mphs privately.' asking  -fyr a torpedo boat or something lo coma-up, as th(,re ,  lire s-igns of a native upiising���I think c-eiylliing Is  iis quiet as n Scotch Sunday.  ."So >ou nic to go up ihi'ie, and get there at least sl*c  Injurs In advance of the lirv.id, a:*d gi.t Gowdy out of  Clio hole as best you cm.    lie pui ticul.ir nol to hiM-sti-  sion.iry -usff/iii  of wealing n.uU t;,divss, was not nt all -yiipilsod, and  he shook the reveierd gentleman's hand with great  coidi iltty. - ',    ' '',  '"You see," coiitlnucd L'tbe Vice Consul fi.inkly,  "we've been having a hell oft n time here Tho muddle  all c.une about tills wav:���You see, all Ihcsleiimets  Jn tills pat I of the world liave Scotch engineers It's  peifectly safe"-to call  down  tl-.p engine  room  hatf.h,  OVEP THE TORPEDO BOAT'S SIDE CLIMBED A PERSON  IN CHIISLaE COSTUAIE BUT OF CALEDONIAN rLAiURES.  on tho square I conducted the diawing myself, putting-tho envelopes iii mv bat, as I've'seen tliem do il  at'churcli fairs In Arkansas. , And Mrs. Mac-N.ib, the  widow thai kept the betiding house, got tlie Pinolc.yu'  with Mac's phologiaph lu it. I' won't say anything  about'Mrs 'M.icNab'is appoamncc, ought 1, Kat'ier  TimV" - c ,  "Well," said Mr. Gowdv, pom Ing some, more wh!-koy  !>i a gi.iss ainl w.it,eib'g it f.-mtly, "I'll admit M.w  looked veiy chopfalien One of the spinsters however, the riistct of a German ,mcichant hero, spoke up  and   b.nd   she  didn't   b-licve-the  di.iwing   was   fair.  ,'IJillo, ,Mae!' aud  the  whole engine  loom  foice ,vv II,    Mae,'seeing  a ^chance   to, escape,   at'once   proposed     said.,  will  he  easy enough  (o dress  jou   up as  a  Chinese  ' cairvlng piy baggage and smuggle jou on bo.'ud, too "  J'Thank yoil -very much," sai'd Mr  Macllean, leaning  back in  his locking chair nnd .speaking with a snide.  ' "but I don't piopose to leave.    I'm gelling mj" lion id  'and ��2 n day as long as I'm the guest of (bo,Amci lean  ��� Y.cc  Consul,  and   I   piopose  to  stay  on   Indefinitely.  ' AVe have nn agreement in wilting tli.it when I uct lo  ���ITong Koiig I'm to be paid ��20 and.'to disappear, but  'there is nothing In Hint paper that specifies  when   I  am lo leave Ilwang-ICvvo, so I propose to slay on heie  and continue ibis rest cure I'm taking." '  ,,  !    At  this   a   silence  fell   unon   all   present   and   Mr.  ' o ( *- ,  Go-iidv looked thoroughly discocerlod.  ,   "Come, now, Mac," he said,-"you didn't net squnie  with the widow, but you've got to act s-TTkU'o with, me.  Tliis'is my only.chance to getout of a devil of, a fi"*, '  and I think you ought, for thcsake,o��fricndshlp, stand '  by inc." ~ " ,       r   .  <   Ilalkctt then felt It his dulv to ofl'er a solution. .  i r    "Tho  G a Ally  is  a  very  comfortable  vessel  of  her  class,- and   it  is  a   pleasant  run   down- the   liver   to  ' ITong Kong, and Hong Kong is cort.ui.ly moie ."siep-  1 able than biding shut nip as you are lu this place," bo  conio tumbling up the hatch Well, Mac-Hemi and 1  were gocd fi lends���he's a fine judge of wbi~ke.v, is  M.arTlean. lie (old me that the l'rpsbv teiian pre.uh-  cr.s In Glasgow-, his native town, used often jn Sunday  'ptiilc .anything, but jost i,U,e Govvd.v's woid Cor cveiy- (0 |)10,,cll against diunkon, men si.vmg 'drunk -mies-i  tiling and Maud pat. Avoid seeing the British Consul I!f,y je,d ,0 yUc, ])iH M.K.|U,ln u sober, for :i  tf you can. Bring Gowdy down heie ar-d I II tvv to ��<(0'-c|,���,���,,, nil(i. strange lo say, vci.v thriftv. lie w is  persuade him to ask for a s'\ uuiiiths' leave of absence c.]|Iv.f ,.���,_',.,���.,,,. 0��� OI10 0f the big mer lio-ils tint got  fiom tbe ncpailmo-i-t of State, and I will cable pi I- i,in..H,,i up iJS- moiith. and vv'iilc- waiting for anotner  yiitcly Unit Gowdv is niak.ng tiouble and cin-lit to be ,isui���ll steamer to lie sent ont to t.ako her nlaee l.c  recalled, so his retpiest  vv'ill pr������li'iblO"o >-ri mtid. pol "a liolidij.    So be came lo riwaiig-Kwo  "When j ou come li.uk ii'id the low be'-ouies general        "John  got to w yrrv ing because lie  wasn't  making  you   can   be   rcpiini.ii'Oid,   vou   knew,   <\>r vov er/<nl      but half vv ages for a wliole monlii, so I said to him,; ne  hint's  a   Httle  trick   we   ii.ue- learned     It   is   vvli.it    night, vw lien the wniskey got iow. 'Win don't yon l.if-     sriv e up fJOO to Mr>   MacXab to be let oft" Horn tbe  SWibbs, Uie quarteimaster, calls an abomination into    (1c j0urse!f orf among all these women  heie, John'/'     baigiu-i  Lhc I.oid and a v erv  present help in time of liniin'c     Xovv, n %ery remarkable ��ta(e o�� a'f.ilts, Mr. Halkelt, "Well, then (heie was. of course, n racket.    In fact  "Now be of! !    I've known an oflV-cr ;o leiehe.m, e\!sts  in   the  Kuropean  colony  at   Ilvv.ing-Kwo.    In     .vounevei be.i'id such a noise m your life.    It was like  another drawing to satisfy eyeijhody, but Mrs. Mac-  A'.ib teCused to'enteit.ilii tbe idea, and asked mc-if,!  Ihouglit tbe diawing hail been f.-.ir. I was bound to  t--ll her it had been. Then she lcached over, .snapped  up the, ��200 -Mill'one band aud caught Mac with the  othej. and was about (o march him oft'. Then ocemted  n mii-icle���a miracle, sir. , i  "Iletheit Spencer siid (here were no such tilings ns  mhncles, and so did Ihe late Dr Temple. Archbishop  of Canteibury, as s>tt*v>boin an agnostic as ever I hea -d  of, and so says Pr, ("oldwln Smith, of Toronto, Canada, but I denv it, sir I snv a mii.icle with my own  evis     I saw John M.icBean. a Scotchman, piopose to  But I'm getting ��2 a day while I'm -0ml up heie  and keeping quiet." icspondod ^^r   MacBea-i.  Theie was nothing for It bur (o leave blm, vv bloli  (hey did, Mr. Gowdy iockius^iH three padlocks care  fully--but with a downcast air Thev retui'**-*d to the  otlire and again seated them-elves around the table  Il.ilkett iciiiained silent .and meditative, while iittlo  Fcid looked (hoiougbl.v fiighlencd.  "As I see It," s.ild Pather Tim dolefully, "tho  American government w ���'! be e.ilbd upo-i not onli ti  jn.v a he ivy Indemnity, w hit h it cm stand, to M i<\  but nlso to make a formal npol.igy for the actiris of  its rep-esent itive and to ic.-c.all Mr Gowdj .It Is all  cas.v enough, but I don't tike tbe notion of the St Ue  Department at Washington making any foi ni.il  .apologies to the Briton. It would be nn awful blow-  to  the Ameiican  Consuls  in  China,  and   (lie natives  Sf.i|y>s at riii.ing Kmi. ir-idc upt.-i (liekM -mids of r"i�����  JSlills'l Co'lslil.llp at n-.v,ii,'g=.'\'vvi) -md in -'-rhr r,J  il M 'S Ci'-'-ul' Mi- ���<���. -(.isi- I'ied(��i'(k Keglu.i'd r.'ls  c lies,,.'! pe,-,(,n -I l't it 1; unon i>,| ��� M )f Be.i-i |.I!iiII-'i  su'.iji (t Ariel Ivi'iug Mid"., M- 'he Ai'kii'iii V't ���  Consul di !_������,{(l nJin atitss tlu- |,u! !lj .sip..iii* .end inln  the A-ii'Mi- mi \ it e Cr "sr.i.iin ,,  "���Mi I.isf'llis -it oi<-e n. uie a de-nund m wii.ltm  upon Mi- Gowdi-fei -!-i e\pl i-i ii--.;i - f fie aff j. I r 'I h s  Ml Gowd, ,-nii-fuslfi I., ,i letter, wii'fb -Ml l-i-Jdh's i,  (���(impel''d (o {.uis,hi ni-.viiM*t il ti i i-i's." .11,(1 do( I i i-d  he k".-\, iiitinug of M ��� 1'. a-i',, win l,i limiiN ltepie-  se-.t'it ,v ps ( (i'ii ei "li g this p,n i (,f (.),,. fo-ni oyei ~\ b r. e  been made I i II I". M 's Consul Geeei tl al Hong Kong,  fit -,. bf v,e\.-,, Ie lined th it the Anient an \ \< <��� r'nt-snl  kept Mm Be.-n ni dt-i duress for f , e dus Me.n-w hi'e  on llu*' I wentielh tlit*'' \iiiei n-.iii toipodo ho it (>a '.pv*  came up io Ilw ing'-Kwo and Ik r comni-.nd<'i* Lieutenant ILilU-it. v isiinl and was hi C'-yifironcc vvnh tiie  Ann. i-ic.i'i Vice Consul *^       . -   '  "The tiovt moiu.,ig. Pie fourteei.Ti-. sbriidv bef-r*  d.ivbu'ik. Lieutenant Ilalkelt v\!th a gum] nt -it  s lilois aji; ,- iu ,i  U the li k ', euL.ui' e .if I be  \mei k an  . Vue C\.n -lite ������i*sl i"tm:i(d to the GiiKU- Wi,',i il*.*  Amcii-*an V'e ''.uisiii i K <isi(ipi i',<ie iiiuu-it nt lug-  fi.g.* and a pe.sou m (,l'.,.[.s.< ecst-.iiup. vv nun II   \l>-y  ^Consul, L-stelies. lias leison to belli v6 uw.is,'\l-c-'  Be ui , - - j ,  "At eight ��� clock on (lie s.inu* men,lug il M *-���  rirv.1,1. comirg i,p the I'ea-,-1 ltiv.*r. n,iet the G.ii'tlv  biruiid i i she s-inie dnettbn   .imi piofe^-ihg t-i 'i�� i';i  "dlfiitultics The Jliv.u! ofretid .issi,-.Uice. which w ,s  detluiid ,an(1 p.ocfcdcd 'i.kui hei w iv The G.dll.-  then tun.fd about and ni.idb fm Ilnni. Kong nun i it  leirbed nbout 1:0011 on the miu- div Sint-e tliei  untiling has been seen ot eltlid tb, A mer Itim \ i,-  CoiisMl m M,n Be.in \*i e Adniu.il Il.iiboid .it|!i. s,s  L'c-i Idniti-.il Cotesuoit'i to ftuwiid blm a'nv i.ifo -  mil ion v.-ln h Lieutenant II.ii���( tt mi, be able rn  pive on  ihe alleged  t ucuius; i-ieos  ' \;ice Ad,uii il li.rlmid "invevs lu^ best wishes  fi l  the health of lien  At'mh.i, CoteMvorl h "  Vdll'.l  II    (.'litt-U filth    gut;   ;t    ,1U>U    of    slUsf ictlon  aud ( ( ntiiiiied ���  "I   sent    i   iepl.    ,af   oiit e    suing   f/nt   Lietitpii nit  fl.'lkt It's   sli.ue   in   (lie   m.itfei    would   be  elosetv   ,i,-  vpsiigit,d   md i lie iepi.it fm w aided to Vice Admit-tl  Hub')!,'     Meanwlnle   if Lieiilen u,| Ifnlkett h itl b-rn  guiln    ot     m\    I npinpiletv-    ^Ice    Admn.il    Urn bind  would  le  mi,ii -ned  (f  tiie dis- Ijiii-ic to  w hn Ii  Iaeu  tenant   U.ilke r   would ���he  sublet ted.    Xovv  help   is  ii -  secoi-d letttt  1 ve piepirt-d and sent old Hit bout ���  Heir Ail mu.il Otcswoi th begs to mf u in \ ire Art-  oP-lclal icprlmnnd from Ills flag olhcci one d.u a.-nl be    c^co (l(I)el. u;l,0pean colony In China theie are moie     Killinu' plfrs     But Mis   MacN.iirstood her ground nnd     wl],  ���pl  ^-IKi'of  lt nn<\  i,0  twice  ns  saucy  ns  tlmy    mil'11  u '"h-id ul   the full .wing fu-ts coiuernliig tlio  recommended   for  promotion  ihe  no\t���all  for  over-  KC-al."  ','L'II Ivy my best lo earn ihat lepiini'inil." said II.d-  defrit, smiling, aud then bowed himself out of the cabin.  men than women, moie biclielois than spinsters, but  heie there is a regular famine of bachelors. All (he  Kuropean men are mi'uictl and tbe.v al! have old maid  sisters ami &piiislei cUiigntei-s     Vo^i never saw  any-  Xen minutes later be was aboud the O.adliv.  ��l��lch    thing like It.  v-ms snorting and pulling for her dash up the liver. "'IIkh  as to mciry w idov  theie nio so many of  had the ��2i 0 The ma tier,* I saw, had got far bevond  uiv, so I e\cused mvself on important public business  and went to the Cnlnese theatre, in tho native town  wlieic there was a play going on tlrat toot-, twelve  hours to act.  "When I returned, late that night, to the Vice Con-  were before.    It will Impair Atneiican prestige In a I!  this pint of the coui.ti.v."  "That of course must net occur," said Ilalkctt.  "To moirow- moiutr-c at dnbtcak. Mr Gowdy. I will  be lieio at the back of the iiicmM with a file af  s-illois, ai'd pel haps Mr   MacBcan can  be persuaded  leient visit oi [be I" S torpedo boat G idilv. LI,!ei;-  tenant Il.ilkett coium.iiidiiig, to II w ang K -vo Mr  T.in uis Ijuuiihis (minis Gowdv. lite Aiuerlt.ui \ ice  Ciisiii it IIu lug lOvo lelivi iphed on Sundn. tne-  seventh suing that theie weie fc.iis of a nailve up,  using .md leipu'stmg an Anion,an vessel of wm -(>  be sen!. ;,, ii wing Kwo m t.idei to piotect the Vi -e  Consul .io it^ net es-arv  llir best at present, but the Gadfly, o�� tlw vei-   last of piU)cr) 0n w hlcb be had made out a piospeetus.    Ho     Hie mo    ^  liatch of toipedo boats, could leg it at a  Iwcntv-livc pr0poscii   to offer himself  to bo  i.iflled  off  at  ��20 a     Ko*ig to t-1  Knot gait under forced draught and without legnd to ch,,11C(, ,,nti ten clmnces     The ladv that got him would  ' nlso gel the iliOO in isood round Lnglisli soveicigns, and  C She started  off, bowever,  quite  leisurely, and  not ho asked me if 1  would gu.u-uitce h.s  respectability  it nt 11 she was a good three tulles from the eyes of the cn(l Monk1 supci Intend  Ihe din\vi>\,* for li'.m.    1 told  1>! v-ul JIJ she biiddeiily slioot ahead and go tenting up -,-,��� jL*s, I would do it vv itli ple.is.iio.  (hbivnl Bher liken rabbit miming fiom the hunters. ..-^.n, John suit out bis piospcctiiscs, nnd   If jcu  t1witi---Kwo N cvactlv KUi miles from Hong Kong, ^ m  K-bev e  me,   ten   women   weie  loimd   \. ho  w -ie  ��,1 iust".L si-, o'clock, in (he sortesl ho... of Ihe glow- w mlll, tn   ,,���,   lip   (hat  ��20 for  tlio clnnee  at  l.,n  !..�� nfteinoon   the Gadfl.v, still bie.itbl'.i, bard. <"--^ There were ,i  got d  t.nn.v   moie thm  ten   v. io  vv.i-  l!r nnebor oveiboaicl in the h.ubor of Hwang Kvvo. villl.�� to i.folate, but Mac stood pat on tho t-0, a���l  As   the  cubic  shot  out  the  l.iun. b  dropped   Into   the tb.il (llscoui.iged all but ten  wilier and, will, Halkelt and a midshipman In It. i.m  cut as fast as she couW to the landing. I-'oid, the m.d-  Mil-imnn, n pink and while boy on his two .veil,  cruise, looko.l and felt eMiemelv  iiupo. t.u.l.  JCol n war ship was v Isible cn, opt (be ti.i.UU. �� il��-��  uncle Il'ilkeifs .vo.Khful Ue.nl 3����"P c"r 3"*'- --'J1,;.1  <U.��.ii Ih.gsialfs rose from houses iu tbe s������,.e 11ns  tlc'lioted consulates. The hours of work being.-.-.-i..  nrilio of these MagstalTs but one showed a IL-ig.    liom  ..����.. bluest aiidtaiiest of Ihem tloiiled ��� slill a - huge  ^iii.Tlcau I lag-as big a�� the mainsail of an ����.|^1*:  iiincd' frigate.' This, Halkelt knew, .-v.i.i .tli��.-nUuVlu-,  illil.-e of'tho Hon. Lueius Qulntius Curlius C.owd-,  Yjcc Consul of the United��� feiates of. America.  'flic Vice Consulafe, however, was by no means a >  imposing   building,   being   a   one   story   house, -wit i  hni-rcd   windows   and   the  general- aspect   of  a   J;11 '���  Jvcvei-thele-ss  Ilalkctt,  with his iiiidslilpiur.n aid, tell    my _  li)* an admiral going to pay his otliciiil call iH><>" ��'��    t:!llll>  fiinliussiuloiv  (        ''.','  '��� Tlio. door of the Vice Co-.-.sulate stood wide open,  and as Halkelt entered he discerned a six  f"t tluve  ���i-I'liit,-sitting in his shirt .sleeves and. ��� conversin--  pivii-ibly with .iu. Individual in Chinese dre'^'..  Tiie Biln-li Consul, L-i.-ccIIes oi e of (he n-o.l  l-.d.vlike men I ev ei knew in my lite, got bold of tin  sthenic and c.illid upo i Mm for an e\pl mi iiion,  tbteltening hbn Willi pi -ect ding- for (l.i'id. but Mi-c  convinced i.iin that th io wis no law or logulillon  an.vwliero tliat could liold liin, hecuisc theie wa, i,o  fi mil attempted. He w is ri id.\ lo J,iv o ���: v ilu ib'c  coiis-loer.illoii���that io U say, hun.solf��� a:id I'M': to t'.i*  liicky''i'wJiiner.---S--   Mr. ,LasceiIe.s' coultlirt   block  tin-  proceedings.- ��� (��  "In about n fortnlgUt the iehauces on -Mac were a..  taken, 'nnd Mite was lu-iv; a'li-shaved tipa'nd dressed ���  spick and span. I was .dressed up, too. anil M>c-��'U0  in gold''sovereigns was piled up on my desk. Ab->-e  the building Honied I bo biggest American .t'.ag. oir'-hc:  tiillosl!llagstnfi'- suiilh ofjlloiig Kcug.  "Welk the-l:id-ie.s lined up, ten of 'them. I nuisl a-.^y  in-art sunk for John SlacBeau. '. Tliey. were err-���  the huiiieliest t-r.-vvd 1 ever sivm-li. and *i.4ht  of tliem were widows ai.id the other two 'vcre spinster*, and exlremely shopworn'at that. I made then*..  n speech eulogizing Mnc'uud 'telling l.h.-m' that the  Uuiti'd States (lag riving t'.vrr (.lieir lieatls. v. as a gu.ir-  n:net- that evcrythin-- won) I be cb.-u-;. on ihe level a::d  'No vi u don't,' says I. 'I pledged my  vveid and I nl*-o pieiUcd tbe honor of the Ameiictui  (lag tb.it you would at t squ.ue in tins deal, and you are  actlm,* like a thiei ai-d a '-ct-uiidrel.' 'I'll sue vou for  Hhei,' s,,vs M ic, g- ilbig while about tin* <lup��. 'Certainly vou i*i.ij,' sivs I, 'and 1'il prove (ho libel, but  .vou t an sue me foi .issiuit and battery, too, for I mean  to give vou now tlio biggest licking"   Here Mr Gowd.v inteiiupted tbe p,oeeedings (o finish di inking Ills w 'ii-k,v, I, Ir!, n Jitt'c vrntcr in It.  ".Nj.-.c u-sistiil, lmt I could hive got him with one  hind tied lu bind mv luck*. J didn't want to be iuter-  niplid b* a 'v ot ihi'-c pcplo at tlio I-niti-li Coii.ul.ite,  ^,, [ di l td M ir iciest Ibe sipiaie and linisiml up tiie  lit km-- 1-t ic ."'-I tlu "i 1 it kt d hi in up In the dun'-.eon."  "V\ h il! ' is, ,d ll.il',clt in soipiise, w lule little I'-ud  j, no .'   in.up "t   i a /eiiiei t.  '���in   tiie   dun-ion "   coolls    leilei'ltd   Mr.   (biwdy,  "utl  1 vc got bin] t'liie now      lie b s !(.cn theie for  ftmdivs     'J bo Bi i'i h Li Usui    i lit uvei a loin, il ,'e-  niand iu writing for tin e*cplamil]cm of-my conduct in'  'he proceeding's, a'nti I replied in .writing, saying that i  had licked the said. .lol.in.'Miicr.eaii.'iii the grounds ,ot-  the British Consulate, knowing him  lo.be a-British  subject,  and .then  .and ���there, bad   kicked,  culTcd  and  otherwise  lambasted   '.dm   and  called   him   a   thief,  a  rogilc.n lla.r antl'-'a sciindrel: bad dragged; him across -  tiie square and -had'wiih ,malice afore! hou-ibt; administered six iindy blows. :ir,(V an. upper cut on the person  of the'said -b'hu  Mm.-Benin, bad 'puiiched   him  iu  foe  solar plexus arid bad slapped liis face and tweaked liis  uesc ;:v.(\ ���pulleV!. liis t-ar.-i and lilacketl his rye. and.had  then .kicked hi;'-i off tiie i,iiviilise.s of tiie I'uited Slates  \'iee Ceiisii'hi'e. and didn't 'know whore the said John'  MacBi.'an was, and ili.cSn't. givi* a damn, eitbei'.    Then -  ��'l iclcgraphc'tl-to Admiral Ciiteswcrlb,, at  Hong Kong,  softly toward tlio pier. Ri-c sulors bended bv Ileli.elt  nnd little Koid tumbled out'and *��Upptd up to the  Ameile.in Consulate, not by Uie broad midiiu slreet.  in which the 1 interns si;n fiiekeicd, but up -.li uni-  w hidings and turnings until they reached the back  on tt nice of tiie Amcilem Vice Consul ite Mr.  Gowdv, his bcloiiglucs packed in sev e: il gilo bK\>,  w is waiting v*ith a gleeful ctueteiiai.ee  "He ^avs he'll go all ngnl," whispered Mr Gi wdv to  Halkelt. "He's tUes��ed Iu Chinese tl-ihes, and ,iu  he will be as quiet as a limb I (old linn II was Ci.it  or being giivod and ci.nied down l-.v  the s.iilm^ "  Mr Gowdy went out of tiie loom (or a moment mil  then Pinie back with M.. MacBcan. dies t ,1 ui c.m,ie-.e  cok-tun-i'.  "I1.U,"' said Mr Gov,,lv, "is mv I biiipse s,i\n't.  Ma Liang, winch i-ieuis in f'blnise V-iii~ i(.i,*i.s  bean r ot buideiis ' He is delighU-1 it tin. < p|. i ,e ,' v  Of gob g Willi u.o t-> Hung Kmig. but it would be re t  as v.tl! lo put Id.n in tilt nildd'e ot the ploii . n.i  This II ilke't did  Diybietk v, m r.d t'nll, was at ]< i ,d \, i i* l''C  Gatiii;,' tlliued b( : ni/ai- .ib.mt ,��;i.l ,\, .. I.t s .. .1.1-. i i...-t  down'the l.'eari liivr.. A bright b--!v-"lt was kept fm'  the Mryad.'wliieh would be visilile to tbe .G.idsly long  befol-o'the Gadily .would" be. si-en by Hie ln-ya-l. .1.1  was nearly eight o'clock when, under a -dull sky .ami  upon the leaden water, the 1 iryiul. was dis.erned coming up the river. As soon as the British cruiser was  sighted the Gadfly turned within her uwn_ length ami ���  went back upon her tracks at iv six knot gait.  ;   ,  Soon the bulky.'enilsor-Vi'ew  large-astern ������an,!  then ,  came abeam, the'Gadily.    The Uryad. was making. h..r.  fourteen   knots   wvy   oonifn'rlabl.v   with   tiie   tide   ruii-  ning  out.    She   signalled   p.oiilely . to   the .lame .-duck  llyi'ng . Ihe ��� Ame'-ictiu-   flag,   "Is   ihcro   aiiyili;:^    itia  iiiii(t<-i'-.'"  To   ibis   Ihe   signal    went back,    "l'ropelier   blade  loose;  no Mss'isnuiee  nee-leil. 'i'ha oks.'-'  ;ml the   littie   t;���;������,-!,;��� ,lo   boat  tlai til.'.-   ) ������rvad   \ve-:t   stt:.:.:i-  ���'V  i-id si\ s i'| >i^ |(, i, inspci [ s ,. j.  i s.il - ngiit \Vlsh hi Mke with hi.ii pi >.  '.'iU'"it in \ite ' i iisnl iii> 'I b-ie vv .*i (>  Ch i*c-o s( n pit Mx-I.I nig  *n   'u-s i-,e o-i  boai tl  ol  .is (lu   \ i, e i ���  ei edi,! t v tlv-  ti u  d  \'t    i i v.i'i     i  I  his  ai.d  I 'ie\   v.ne t  ct i u-1   w k'i  the i.  " So f ,��� ii nt. i Mil Tl il\t., [', , , | c," t i,ip u , a -ft.  I il mil n-s,, i il I.- V\ ,i'i ,, ,i d l-i Mi ��� n-eor tig vv it i  He Live- an i i n- . iu_; bis hum. Iti'-i Adin i \l  Cite-. i,n i-nis'is.' :iiM I I u'.oi-.i it Hiiketls  sfiiiii-i,- ,i, lot vvi-llv s i |,t,u turv .iii.l li,. .,,,  '"���-' I     (-���I''.    I '.('l-l     (el     lliis    II       \llll-il  |l    I (iliMlnitli  !��� d in.* n , i ' i .     >.i   .ed t-i the Sei ntiii  t-r tin* -N ii v  al   \\  is,i,   _,, ,     i     s    \  ' *A�� I-' tb Mill,, -, -1 a, it fen i, g ('ie i; ulili I (or,,  ei.!. i,- - ibe ii li I- -I ol Hon., ICin-g ( n ulen i it Ifi-|!.,'it  .'I'M I - I - be 1 . "ii less, i> is i, h ud|,v piol, ible ln> b i,|  a. v s | , 1, ihilthi* ai in in qui sin,') w.ls.i ii.i.is";  sub i, i I   .)   ! ,   M      J'-  in bv   i- i mi  ' \,. I. t    ,1.1 ,i    ' ., li  ��� 1        t    II *P,( it's    ,1, i   ,-     ,|    llle  P.      I    I'll    1>   i   -     - ,i   ,     i I    M ,,,,    ,,    \\   ,,;,| ,^t,,,,     [j     ^_  \      v\   ,'    i    I       ll   |,  i -i|    i '11'I II       11 I'V i \ ( i     li, li   : il,' I,.,i ,  Ml   (��� ivn!.   ol  'I       v. m    .   i i   \ i e (',,i s}|   i ^  is:'  ,3|l|,t  t '      li   I- 'I    ��� i i ' ' efie ,lu- , ,   ii  -   i -  '      ill!    'l    vdii. u il  ' ie  .s  . .., ^. .,>,.>,-��� [ii<.,.-.i.ik.,.M .\d uii.d:  ���::blcil:-th" Stale I lepat I -\a-nt U\  towdy's I'.es-giiatinn unlii-iii's al-  i-re i;-.v.e>-.',i:s-;nt it,  esvvori-.b siiu-eyeiy '."iv-'Ve's ' l*e ;i:-.--  i"pes Ihat  1,1-e repi-iaia.Md (o I.it'u-  Theii tin  liowed and  ing fast up ���tbe river  ing   i-rtii-i'er  aid  gooiiby,  I  .i'.i i     :  Wis.,     i  ,  K il   bv   i  I ' in t    i-   1 i l-i, i   ' d  v.....:,.   . Il .,\..,.���l .-.a,,.  (���iifpswerth   t-i  liave  i  'a wall  net l.-n mi. 3!:v(  leaad .'.i-'tiiiinit-Jli.-'.es.. w  ���' 'I'.i'.u- .v.di'i'.ivai '-'-���.;  ��� l'orl'.iiiate a.;'���';,ir '  ienant Halke'tt f'-r ills in.-\p!i���-:���.i'.K- n-mlmt wiih ;lio  J.iryail will l.-.y isceei'ted as a tiisclnimer c-r any apparent.  dlsei-iuiMes,-.- of II. .\l. S,-J.iryad. . . '���-.'-.  "���Ailmlral  C-r.-sw-eV.-h  cxiends   !,is  best   wishes  .'���.���������  G-o'henJlh of Vice .'.(hi'iiral  il.-irlaiarii.'    '.-.'���  "go .vou see." eiaitii-uc'd Adii.iifai Cole.-vvurt !i. with a  colossal !Jri;i. "i; Is all selt!..d. As-.-i fiiriliar rebuke to  y--.il, I shall reiiiuve you tn-i,,ii-rriiw..fr,n'!i. tire i-oiiiiii.-iikI  oi' the Gudliy. but the desp.iicli l-.rt'.l Seagu!-*. I vv i-.-e a;  big :r!.d forty lin.ii-s.as d.-sira b'e. is ;ii Ilia Liiilippiues  ���Il i-i-iui.i l li-1 i.  g;!:i   wlii.-li   r;  -.oil yen  v. ill be ai;.-;  ll,i!!:i-:t.   wilii  a  ���id so,���.'-.:. g.  r in a foi I night.".  !������(! iiie Ad.-nii-r'  ���r.:i ,;iv with th.i  I* 5.3}  fan  T&saga  i  :smi ���T3LTE LEADER, MOYJE, BRITISH COLUMBIA!.  ���"������*���-*-������1-���m ii  ��*a?*gfea--��*3-^^  '1/  n't  -.,'fl  ff  y  '. v.-  -rr* ���  ,",'F  M4 ' ���  y?>  ��� ���  i,,  1   "i'S"   ,'      r  i*| - *"  i'*  (h v-'-siTf    .    -  ��iij  ?'.*Ve;.  ii"-* .   ,    '  i o rffeS  ,'fcl  ^-���M*i*-.-.-(-1,  fllv'   ;'   <a*'  i       -j  V ������>( ��K  "* :fc  ,��� ��� is  f,J *,*ri  i .<���(  .i    a-  y%  ym  lt��5  '       [ft  - m-  - -   Ws  (,1-!  i     .'*1  .)  5  1  a  I  "2  <^v v!vvvvyv-v*vv^A'vvv^/v^��^A'v*���^^ %  Non=Personal  .  iy  .Second Annuai  Directors* Report:  June 7trV 1910  Mncr tl'e ln-i rorolt was rcndcic-U i,i0 "Ji.et or dcvoloomcnt  vroik 1 -i-> bicn done, nt /i COM of }li.��s ncr/ool. This work con-  M-ts of L'">(> ft-cl of lai-lug, O'h foi'l o.'crowiitlliiir duJ W feet of  f'thttv^en tlio vciinwhu-li huoivsultvil iu th�� o>ientu(j uC a lurgo  bi-nv ef tofcoiieiiuSii,, on-, ' nuiJnj,' ijie past venr tt'01 9,'i vvas ex-  l-cmtecl on ilio new vi uoa rfiii-t slid w lieu tlio uuroiii-ili-ted portion or -mid reti I Is oinn'iL'led In Uie government, oro may be/  , linnlL'rt ftorj.'tJi'j 'nine ut about oiic-lialf of the cost 0/ Inuiliag over  ���lipoid road, -      ,  About io ton, of cruito ore, fo-ied   from thcoencf-ntrfitlnp ore,  i�� on l!ie iii-per rtiutip, fivif.ttiiijt ^liIjiiiifuI, and llicrels alsoa largo  qnnimij of i-re ou tli, iii-pcr dump, viliicli may be sliliiwd profit- '  ubl.v vvli on linul'tiif faelliticK arc Ini|iiovt>il n; on.  Tiie development work on (he lower :iiu��uMiiis not shown up  tlio ��Hjn.cil-,ara.-lur of ore as Unit  found  lu    he   upper vvorkliiKs,  whitli lea is us u> liuhovo Hint wuliafu not    vet   eucouutercd.  tliD ���  ..ui.iii ii u!,(,(!'., ' .   ,      -"-  ,-  "ilia vioik of ricvclcp-ueat  his nit pI.omu   im  oii<tui;h   crihlu  , ore for ihe propi.ilv  tolic MOfMiiiixuti-.i^, auti'lliu coinpmiy btands  '  r.l |!us .I s'c with n <lutla!i of }l,l-3. nuil in order lo couilnuu   tho  "  l-ruperl}  a   largc block of mock  mini tie (liM-Otud oi. or   a loan  iie-f.iti"''.'(l.  '     -. ������' ��� ���  :.*��������� ���   '., .       -\  Registered Office:  VS!3,B.C.  Organized under'the laws of British Columbia June lst,'190S. and specially limited 'under Section  56 of,the Company's,Act, 1897.    Authorized capital ��1,000,000, divided into 1,000,000 shares of  the  ���'i ' - , ���' -  par value of 51.00 each.    Fully paid'and nou-a.ssess-ible.  ' 515,021 shares remain iu the treasury.  BOARD OF DIRECTORS: .  ���    - '       . ' -'    ' '<,'.< ' 'r' ' " ,  I . ' ' ' ' ', r  CCFarreH     ,   - ��                 -         President,  J, P. Farrel!' v\;*. ^     '       : . - ; ,           , Secretary  D. ,A. ;Ayres( ;    ;;. .        ,    ���               Vice-President  Philip Gonrad      \ ,.   ,  ;.'-'���'"''       ' ' '       , ��� ��� '���   '"       ','-.'-'  ?   ,   J. *- O!  Resolution  -���   The directors adopted the l0\\^  resolution on'Juue'22ud, 1910: '  -On account of the existing ^^  ness and the plan of development to���.-..  a raise froin 'the lower .workings t0 counj  with, the winze ou the u])pe'r level, tliCK-,'.  .   facilitating-,the mine veniilatioii' -and 4.  ' velop.thc intervening ground'/it i^  - ordered-��tliat 'sp.'OOO'shares of tr^  ���   stock be'offered to shsireliolcicrs at ���.n.i.'  and a half .(12 1-2), cents pw'share, apaj.  .cations for said stojk'to.bu'oi: fylc i,, '^  office of the coinpauy witliin, 30 days mi  dafe.' '���-'",        ��� ,    �����   ���  Pj () A ( * y  "I ��� . '��� -���:'"   ',/'''.''-    .    ' y  FPERE  APPLICATIONS-BOR-.STQeK SHOUL'D'BE MADE TO  .True. Worths  The da_y when the mail order store was descried- is gone  forever, because the consumer realized that through a channel  ���so direct from the producer, the very best goods could be 'purchased conveniently at lower prices than thev would otherwise  iiave to pay. -,  vSnicc the establishment of our mail order system its development has been marvelous, which is the proof positive  that the system 'is giving perfect satisfaction to our patrons  in all parts of the Province.  Through this well systematized medium we give you, as  fine service as if .voir were privileged to visit qui- storp  personally. ' ��  Write for our catalogue.  1 Henry Birks S Sons5  'J'ewdcry mail order house  business locals;1  FOll    SALE'��� Bedsteads * and  springs.    Six bedsteads and  four  tiinited.  Geo. Iv. Ti'orey,-Man. Dir.  VANCOUVER, B.   O.  At  the Churches.  METAL   MARKET.  jii Tr!')iii*-i   cii!.'i:(.'ii ,  Murii;iiy nm-vicu tit I I ti. m.    Sim  diy   .S.jlionl, .'J   p. id.    J'Jvcr.in-.; bei-'  vi-ir*, 7:".0   p.   111.      A   lienrty    wel  -jjiuc   o-Uiidviil   to rJl.  JLI.V   N. COOK,  Ciiiloi)  j Nk'.v Yohi;.���JJ'ir silver, .ji cfcs.  I/O id $-150.  I     Lo--jk-x--.Lcc1.lI, ,��12, 11&. '.:���!.  Stock Quotations.  I-LIIM--:'! u    11 >-   ISLAM  1 Aurdrii  ] (Jin-. i,i,l,lii, id,  ] V->r;I   ^;,u  ��� -.J-',, 'j   :,irl  ^.Hk..  ia.WKi.1..  15 .J A'kid  3,11.' ;. ikj  1.     ,  i tu  r.i' -.'������/<m iv   i-jii-ii. ii.  Mjr.-jin;; .Service II   11.   m.  ~iin- j  Tl:u I\ and  II cig.'it  haj jumped  jliiysc-liO'.lsui.M'.il.Ic.cI.i-,-.    11L    10 ( to   promiuenen   through    tlio   ox  11.111.     i.--.ji,ii!K>os'vico at  7::lo   p. , eJIont f} ivor   of   the.   tobacco   out  in.    A  licj-irly v.-flfoiiKi  to >ii!. ��� 0f wiiich it is niiido  i:i')V. (I. A.   IIACKXI-.',-, \). A. I      (P-ist-oi), ' \~~J~r'-���T~~' -===    ���      . ..--���  ���TeefctUn^Hionl^ein.t'e'br'!-1    ;:  ^aHding^Jo Mine,.  loss diarrho.fti, vvii-.-h can be   eon-; ������ ���  trolleil by ylviujj Clia.ii.-ibarlain'a i ,'l'>un Rjid,.govcni'.iiont road su,  Polio, Chqle'pi, and Diarrhoea Item-1 nonntond.ent, was in tovvn .Morir  ���O'Jy.' ' All that h ' luionssnry'- is to! dtxy *nsP(-f:ting tho work on tiie  give -ho i>res(!;riij'jdd;jr:(*aftei'"p.'i'.'li ' tvunk wfl-jon' road' and also 'nia-  oparatinu of the; bowi-I^s tnoro than > k'"f" '"���������ni!��P'Tient3 for the .build-  natural'iinil    then   ea:-tor   oil   to.;'"   0*���-''��   road   tn   the  Society  ���If] niitu*.      'Work on the road to  spriu-t-s.���Apply to Taylor 6c i!ou-'i  ner,' International Hotel.  1 Miss L. M. Scott, trained nurse  of Rath well Hospical, Winnipeg,  i-s ready for eugiigcmeiits of any  hind. ' Maternity a specialty.  Moyie. , �� Adv.   ' '  Singer Sewing Machines cost  very little more than cheap machines. Do the beat work- aud  last a life time, Sold on small  monthly payments by Geo. 13.  Powell, Cranbrook. In Moyie-on  10th of each month'.  Folding , cjlUpiibla' g-i-cavb3 ,  rubber - tires, brown and black  finish, $7.00 each at the Cranbrojk  Go-Operative Stores, Cranbrook.  FOR SALE OR RENT ���Large  five room house either for salo or  rent. Larg-e cellar, chicken hou=e,  woodhU'ed and good well. Close  to town: Will be sold cheap. Apply to Mrs. J tern y Oiles, Moyie.  FOR ' REXT-Large house, all  furnished, suitable for one or two  familis*,. Apply to Mrs. J. it. Mo-  I'onaU. j  VQil BALI':-Four room hou-e I  and shack with' Jot: both furn-1  isbcil.-jiljO. Apply, T. 'Summers, j  Cigar ytore.  Anderson-Crawford  f^AMOUS PEOPLE  BY pANNlF.  M.LOTHROP     *^^  INTERNATIONAL   "  HOTEL.    ,  i i il  This hotel is   "no\v_ under  new  ni'iuagemoiit, and is firafc class  1    in every respect  TAYLOR  &   BONNER,  - ��� i-iioriuisTOiiis.  Victoria Street, iMO\  'IFIT'S'.fOB ?}$$  T'h^-'  P  v  �� Leader  FOR  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  of all descriptions, such aa house  .fittings, lamps, shades or motor  .boat supplies, spark plugs, coils,  batteries, go to or write.  J-  H.. RINGROSE'  CAN i"j;  ��f'  ���" 'A  ���Stanley St.  NF.L.SON.  c^-^-'r '���  Tho Cranbrook |)aily Entertainer of July l'Jth Jititionnces the  iiitvriiagi in that .city of James  Anderson of Vancouver and Miss  S.tdie Crawford. They will make  their home in Winnipeg.  ���������'uaii.si-* the sy.-:lciij.    .1 c'h .-riP-i'-ai.-d j  (siu'c.    S i!d l;y'th(3 M-iyia   Drug '(',- i ^--c ]11V"- -s '-n'v tinder way  ;;:iUi-in('i-;;- t'o. - . ��� . 1 1/ "      "'��� '"     C:lmmbe--laii,"ri Stomacli and Liv  yer.'i'.-ibii'ts gf-iii.lv stimulate .-the  iivf';.;indi).nvcU| (,, (��.\ \*A p. .;.-,...n-  ���r\~ mat trr. c!,.;,.,^, ',),,, sv,--.i, ���.:-!.  (������.I;-,* f-a-i-i i,..,, i ,., ,,���,] -i��.k "rM.,id':  ;'��� ���-!'���. ..*'��� -Id by M ,yii' |),H,i;.v >' .t-  ���* |..ii.-.-t-y   '.'..-.  Old Firm Selling Out  ,   M.10F, ich-'i-n &   M-iolonald,   olie.  <:: t-!:f*.,-,l.!..-t 'fit-my-   in   Moyie,   -ire  liavi.-ig    a   cl-isin^   out   sain.    The'.  vi~ IVro--.' of-  When the stomach fails to perform its functions, the bowels'become deranged, the liver and t'lio  kidnf-ys Conges ted, can--ing nnmt.-r-  ous dN'otLse.*-. Tlio -stomach and ii--  ver musit be restore,! Con h*-..i if.'iy J  ,'!.*)ti<liiio'.i and CJriiiibei Iain's S,-o-  n:i-.ch and |,iver. .T.-'iblets i.-au be  :ii penod upon to do it.. |.;,HVl(l  t.itki* and.'.il isl c!i'.(.live. ,S,|,| |n.  the Moyie jJ-ng.A; HDai ionei y  Co.  LADY HENRY. SOMERSET'  w��� iirA ^-aJ�� "i British   Phtlaathropic' "Wotlc^  a��S����ly Jnflienco for wodUnd hnKS bocI-iI reform work, Is q  service of humanity. Sho' wm born ?r,"pSSinVYT* f ^\ h��r J?!*-"��� to tha  for thirty years a member oTtSo ?toSse o�����%l VnS a m^T ��f Elr,1 S0,mET3'  tor, who cared llttlo for society, but SDcnt hU1 fim�� in ?. ��,r no^�� charac'  research. Ruskin Garibaldi and M,,,ini ������ . ,�� ln lravcl and sc entiflc  lovo with the lady who becamo hjJ' w.fn tf0 hIa,closc3t "-iends. He fell In  hibited in London It anpeSod to him n�� ^T"^1 a P��.trait 1)y Watt-'! cx"  had;  ho sought tho orig ial  and: a 5S n rom��nT!nS ��r .P'^Urotf WOniaD cver  Lady Isabel, later Lady Somors t Wm born <* M��A ?' niar.''!c'1 her-  of her girlhood found in social nuesiimia?a thomnnSi and,eron in tho (Ja-'3  greatly intluencea by tho "worl�� ol Jo-in' SUiwt Mill If ?'ffCSt and wa9  'at.Court sho was ca��Bht la tho soda? Si aSd for yews^TW^-  fashion and pleasure, from wh:ch tbfv nro-,1 i ��7 l y ,,8j. was a la(,y of  thusia'stic: worker for l.umaniiy ^T ovK, tnCa/,,nCS ' ^^"5 and en-  lns and unhappinoss Ih^TiKtt?^^ S       "^ ^'  seconlltn o^he^uKKf^ ^^f      ^ ^ ^��^  ried life- turned her mind to I^ gher thinj- Z h'l0,0/,1" unft-,rtll^te m^ .  and waa.an anwl of .raorcy andI   nsniritfon sl'0(i���hclI,��',(1(,0SO wll�� n��"��l 't ���  criticism, rtnd in themazo'ofd sS'and ^nM^ Y" 1>ntcrosted  '" Biblical  Shamrock Creamery Butter  Shamrock Leaf Lard  Shamrock Hams   ���  and  Imperator Bacon  For sale by  all   first  class  grocers ami  P BUHNS & GO ���  MOYIE, B. 0..  This paper ii i:i:ffii_"*."?3  to supply yon \\:fc m.   i  K* ~y>V  you may requiie tn"  tioncry,    private '-Br.^jri,  dance prajrraiii'i, ��!ci  ! g ers, poster.-*, .sto(-A (tl  receipt books s'-'f:  ttucl in fact nnylliiii;  ���<���*-!  An:  in this line  will be s.itiM.ttKv'  IF IT'S I0B PR0|  The   woi Id's   moat    successful  mocHcino for bowol   complaints   is  I Chamberlain's Colic,   Cholera,   and  diarrhoea Itemody.      It has relieved mp.io pain   aiul  svilloring, -'nil  saved more lives than ' any   other  ���imdioiiio in v-o".     rhvaluabblo..for  children   and   adults.       . S\>ld   by  the Moyie Drug &���'Stationery c:0.  j  vie  0/  l_vv  CAN  DO *  ..^.,.   ^.;-, .^v-'.nuii^  in 1110  Miiiai-ci-rooni   of  llm r--.cn���    ������ ���   ., *-"��icr  sic  v.nse n,h_worl. Jor good that has literal'y encla-led ^0 tortd u   'i0^-" an  and in.spirrition.                                           J      *-----|--a 1110 vv01 id in its inilucnca  l-'itMtJrtrujrdli.s-o.UtoriUI'.rllanitnK.IC.nid., I, il,. r���r l����, |,. yr c w   v'   , .,    ���    '  ���������������Ui'.. is in f-h.-tr,-c of  Ohsmberiajn's Goueir RfjinRrjv  Cl-r-:C-'tlv (.'.���.-..;; .-:,:,: .vrv.V!...;.!,,;.^;;,,^,^  I     MISS HELENA HARRISON     |  j Cciliiic.-ilc-cl Cni(lu;il(..(,f Toi(,iitci Const-r- I  j v.-Uory (..fjMunic I  [P.O. Box 127  -   Cranbrook, B. C, ]  WU{   bi,;���  M.)yi() i,V0|.y  Tlnu-Hday j  Dr/fi E.Jj  ���' DJ33STTIST  rhc fcperi Crofffl **  WtJi'l^''  .- Mr.'1  O/li'cc ov��i -"' ,  -.-Willi    ���i,;,i",r"'.  ���I*  7  if  1  i  i  I  Chamberlain's Coiigri Hemedy ; Ar.-istrtM^ a^.-  <-.- ���-..'...;.!.-.. -.rr-ups,.;) Wlicopillj.. Crjujjl,. j

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