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Array .l^U--.-IJfW��M|llH.l.i'JU  'i-,  "VWI.  B C.  *����*��  Co. \i>  \'i  a/  ���If  d >!ii6  I  I  I'lllitl'-lS  ,,,(* o.fn  .-11  '"'I  ���ss  Fou   Aix   the Latest   l\  JEWELRY See  W, H. WILSON.  JEWELER CJIANBROQK  m  ttiti?,  k:  7n|  fi.;��  4  ���2  'I  ffi7'  VOL. 12 NCU5-  MOYIE,  B. C,  JULY 17, 1900.  f   t    1  1  1  y:%  ��� - ,*  J^  d  -��� I  v 1  /]  1  V  *  ���'/$  ��� = ;>  , -    n  ��'"���  -     *     2  Wj: >*Jak->: .��� ^i:.cia:.vy yf  j  i  Cnrronjiv*i, Isyo'Cc-  i  -"r-T  fects.    WILSON",  jiy  OPTICIAN"'                CHANPROOK  i -  1 -  Jl'' '-v!'  d'^d  " '                                                                                            M                                           -            ,                      '   d^di  S'SA  VKAK  ��  No other canned goods compare  in purity    '     @  _       and 'flavor  witli ��?  Tartan Brand-    I  No other brand has reached so  near perfection. ' ��  No higher grade canned-goods on the  market. ��  No other store carries them in  Moyie but O  .     . $  R. Campbell cV|  o'.l'OK-QUALITY."        ' '   ''    . tf  HAZELWOOD   BUTTERMILK  '  , , -     < <- , - ,'���  ,/\     '    ,",    Try a glass, it's ice cold. , ���'.   1(  GWYNNE'S' HAZELWOOD PARiOR.  Co=9p. Store Closes.  Last- Thursday the doors of  the  store of the Moyie  Rochdale  Co-  Opera tire       Association   ��� were  closed,  by  the   trustees    pending  the action   of   the., shareholders.  A' shareholders' meeting was held  last night, but the attendance was  not'    thought    large   enough    to  justify    taking     definite   action.  Another  meeting   is    calied ' for  tomorrow afternoonat 'i  o'clock..  For some time tho store, has been  a losing venture.    It  was  opened  ou February 18th, 190S, and supported  by   the  working  men  ol  the camp.    IL Cross was the first!  manager. ,   -  '*        GENERAL FLOAT        ||  V  * ' <*i  3Se������e��e���?���������6*e<~���e6���3:93��;-f '.  The population of Calgary    is  25,000.   ' '____  There is an epidemic of  whooping cough at,. Kaslo.  Cambrian  .Meeting, jf���������^^          ��� 'S��'  A hunter has been arrested  for  trapping beaver near Golden,  August 1st   will   mirk   the  anniversary of the Pernio fire."  The attendance a.t  ilia  Seattle  fair'has passed the million mark.  Tho Bluebell" 'shipped 100   tons  of concentrates to Trail  on  JJon-  I day last.        '      ' , ���    '  Furnished House  ''   " '   FOB   SALE. ' r ,; '  ^       Only $600.  Terms $75 cash..      $25; per, 'month.  Apply. '  BE ALB & ELWELL,    Cranbrook,'B. C.      ,   '  -���^d^a^'J^SE^^'^^a^^  FISHING  TACKLE; "������,,-  '   - -   ,  i   - ' .      Xovv is 'the time to get your  summer supply.  Our prices will,be cut below cost mitill Ihe end of July.  Flies    -    that cost! vou 50c a doz. ,' Sale price , 3:jc.  I^ines       *   "      "'"    25c each   . .....      15c>       '  ������- -1- '6     "��� " 1 25c " "     ' "  " 75c. '  Leaders      "      "    "     35o " '    -    - _..'.'*   15c\  .Leader Boxes    'J.   '"   iqc'r-      ,       ry *  '''       "     30c.  jply> - -      fl.00 . -       ���",;'*   60c.  ,   -   v     -  Oiods!!    Well, don't fail o tsee them. ���  ���     ���        <* , i  The Moyie Drug & Stationery Co.  I v -     l  Robin Hood Flour  Ask your neighbor how she likes ROBIN HOOD FLOUR.  When you have once tried it you will not' want any  other.  ' Remember it can only be had at  i *- i  Building New Flume.'  1 J. F. Armstrong, government  agent, was iu Moyie yesterday ar-"  ranging for the right of way for  the flume" which will b^e built to  carry off the water from ;Camp-  bell creek. This flume' wiil leave  Queen's avenue a' shor.fc distance  above Tavistock, street and will  follow the old channel of the creek  north-west to the C. Id Bdculvert.  Men are now,at work grading and  preparing to build the Hume.  The Wall street .Tourual says  that tlio Greenwood smelter is one  of the best managed in .America.  Two Games in Sight.  The Moyie ball team will play,  at Cranbrook.this evening and in  all probability ' tho ' Cranbrook  team will play tho -Moyie boys a  return match at Aldridge park tomorrow, afternoon.   .  Gone to .West   Kootenay.  'Bob Edwards'' will in future  publish the Eye Opener at (Port  Arthur, Out.   - -.'       - '  '   .      <*        :    \  On July lst'the two ferry boats  between  Vancouver   and    North  0  Vancouver  collected over '20,000  fares. - -  ; The strawberry jam turned out  by tho Kootenay Jam Company of  kelson is,said to bo the finest iu  the country.,' -i    v  Eight millsdin Aberdeen are  closed down, aud, at this writing  thirty-five thousaud. inon (ire  thrown out-of work''owing to a  strike in the mill yard. '  At   the    annual    shareholders'  meeting of the .Cambrian  .Alining  Company,'held hero ou   tho   VKh.  ���Tamos K. Hyde, of Kansas, Hiram  B. Miller, also of Kansas, William  j Spurck, of Seattle, ��� A.   B.  Cooper.  [of Nelson, And   Charles  A. 'Mac-  Kay, of Moyie,  were  ejected  directors of tho company for the' ensuing  year. -  The   directors   then  elected   the   ' following     officers:  James K. Hyde,   president;   A.  li.,  Copper,  vice-president aud   treasurer; Charles A, MacKay,  secret-  ' Provision was made' by tho issue to present shareholders of  a, largo ^ block of treasury stock  for {sinking the new' steele-con-  crete shaft to ybodvock, and its  continuance'down   into  vf/  vi/  vf/  vp  SOAP. PR  bedrock \ii)  250    foot,   and  'drifting" ' on-   the  veins 1,000 feet  .-This   work "will  bo started in   the  very  near  fu-  ,t��r-e.  ^>  /iS  /{>  t  as  <*>  <*>  /<>  '             Lauu  dry,   .  i  ���                    i  f  j  Uoldcu AVost -  0 bars  25 '  [ j White Swan  .1 bai"i  "    20. '  1 j Hoyal Crown  5 bars  25.'  |. Sunny Monday  ,, 10 bars  flO  ,' !  J1 l"\>Is Xnjitha  10 bars  So j  i. Sunlight  i bars  23.! j  ! '             Toilets,  ..'1  IXjots Mechanic  2 vakes  25. ��� 1  Snap  ���'J cake?  nod'  ' <*-W. (iliepi'luo tin  1 oakea  1 vol y  ���'i cakc-4  23,'  j La V.orgo Castile  0 cnkcH  25., i  j t>*,tmoxl etc  0 en kes  ��� r  25.   !  \V*i? o.'irry thos(3 jina'niany o<Ii��m- linos in  .slock at(oll times and .\ru'guarunloo; our  pi'scei?.'       ���..,���'. , ,    .  That   Baseball "Game.  Tho Moyie juniors met with a  a defeat , when thoy wont up  against the Cranbrook, juniors at  Cranbrook last fl- \\"ednesday.  Somo good playing ,was ckmo by  both sides aud somo very punk  playing. Tho Moyie boys had  their opponents going sumo up to  the iOth inning, when al/that timo  Nordman's arm gaVo but. Aftor  that, .well, it's a slruiio to  tell how the game did ,go. And  great commoner of tin* United-'the score, ho, no, ft boys 'we  States.yis to visit-Calgary iu Oct- w'on't nieutiou it. lc was a good  ober to deliver, an'address -under  clean game aud our boyn took tlio  \V"illiam    .lennings. Bryan,   tho  the auspices of the V. M. C. A.  . ,     - , -       , Tho   construction  of   n   70,000  After a residence, in Moyio ot b\lahfll elevfttor has been corn-  over three years, Mr. and Mrs. meu<v>d nb -v^McouVer 't,, i.o���,i|���  E. Patrequin left last Wednesday tho' expected ' westdrn ' dlow of  for   West   Kootenay,    and'   will  Alberta wheat this fall.'  probably again locate  at   Silvei- ,   '   ton, -where they lived,'prior 'to 'Florence Roberts, tlio actress,  coming here. Both wilfbe missed J had a close call for hor life wliito  here. Mrs. Fatrequin was 'the in ��.m Francisco recently. She  mainstay of many an un'dertak-1 w-as sulTering from inflimod  iug   in   the   way  of   getting    up  throat and stomach, bub alio is no.v  dofeat as    choorfully- as though  they had won.  -d      - '    ���    '  'The   Cranbrook   boys  are  real  j aport3 when it cooioa to ontortaiu-  showed  tho  Moyio  boya  a  good  jul](;   jj  timok     EUtor    Simpson    of   tlio  Herald   showed   his. kinduesj   by  MacEachern & Maedonald.  i       , i ��� r        i  s"    '���'SB.  -' -Vt^l  r   ,   s -ail  ," *.',#  1    < ��� S/  -'' k|?  , d.'ifS  '(-7f#i  .���!,��  *.. rftjLJ  74--''."\M I  >/.'.7,ws|  r'r- J + *-|��a|  Epworth League    Formed.  Wednesday ovouiug a 'Vo'nng  IVoplo's Sociely'was organixod at  ���the ^Iothodist chm;,ch, known nR  fcho Kpworth, League., Tho society has four departments,'  Christian lindoa'vcr, Literary,  Missiouaryfand Social One night  a mouth will bo glvou to each do-  partment. i The following - exoou-  tiws was elected:       '   v ,''.,'  iron.Trou'idont; "Nov. ,|. W, Ajn.  ler, 1>. A; President', MV. Cotton;  Secretary,' Mr., Oxley;r Tio'iauror,  Mr. \Vyld��; C. E,"   \rice  President,  Wanted Insurance.  HUM  wf^'VP-yi,'  '.'^Ad'^  ���Lyvk,.>;-,a8  h 'i  ���: 1 S  ii"' -. i  I'  ,   I .  , ���J�� ' ' i"ti'  "4|ldk^  l-.*j/f i.:-.i*  m  ir...  1\'*A1���  With an iugeuious mechanical  device,"Dako and Helmoiild pirt-  tier's in a jowolory l^uiiuoss at E:i-  dot by, started Mm 'incendiary lire  in their store early on tho morning of July 2, according to a con-  fop-ion mado by Hjluiotit. ' When  tho b to ro was biirnod the police  upde nn'iuvoPtigaUoti whicli ro-  aultod iu Bolmont'a arrosb. ll.ia  confession cawio'poon aEtorward' . iUli$zM%  and D.iko  has  einco  been'' appro-     //^t^^i  ���   1--! ^JJilityi. *, jvsS  bonded.  ,   P>jlinoiib Bnya   Unit .ii^.,.  ;/  out of danger.  concerts and entertainments that  would have been impossible without her assistance. Her aid was j 1-V-cd Jones. 19, was playing  never refused to any musical j baseball at Purple Spring**, Alba,  program iu the interest of any of on  Sunday, ' whou   a  bright  sun  showing tho boys through  Ids big  p'riuting'plant. ' " j isl, Mrs. D. Caliler:   Assistant  Or  U. Caldor; Miwftiiiary lft,ld J''vko rl^ecf ">-' a't n'nri"  Vice/, President.-JMiss L. Crowe:\clock in p,,ch " ^"'"H11 1vb"!d  Social. Miss A.  Attwood:  Organ-  J. W. FITCH'S  COME AND SEtf US  REGARDING PRICES  A gnmo for tho Smyth cJial-  longo cup, which has boon won  onco by MiyhvwiM ho played at  Aidridgo park on tho 2Sl-!i of tliit  mouth(botweou tho two teams.  c.iusod him to misjudgo a swift  ball, which struck liim on tho  temple and killed him instantly.'  ���^ MOYIE'S   .LEADING    HOTEL. ��  Hotel Kootenay  I  4  The best of accommodations  for  the Traveling Public.  L.irgc HEd Comtttodiotts Sample Rooms. Billiard Room?.  McTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors.  ^ ^ ^- ^ ^r^-A'A K= V ^'^ ^'^ ^'^- "^  ; tv-zjs-7ji-Ajr /^.v-7^r-/^i-y^.r  r  c  l  the churches or the public welfare. The Altar Society, of which  she was treasurer, presented her  with  a silver,   gold    lined,    card  tiay as a slight tokon of their ' Thero will be no moro Sunday  appreciation of her services in f���nora]s i��� Denver. This was do  tbe choir and in tho general eidod rocontlv whon an agreomonl.  church work. Mr. and Mrs., Put- was Bjgned by �� ministers, 21  reqniu take with them tho best undertakers and tho two princi-  and kindliest wishes of a host of; pal c6raoterics of the city,  friends in Moyio and they will be  given a warm welcome should  they evee decide to return.  Roasted the Pig.  Just take note and you will find that, the  best  things to wear come from our store.  -Chvr soft shirts arc a blessing on a  hot   day; . our   suits a  necessary luxurv W any young-man  who. prides   :   ..  -...' himself in being.well dros^od,.    ,�� ,y.  We handle the bestrgoods- from the best - .houses'   and agen-  :        ���     Ciesiii  Canada.    Call and be, convinced, y  1���  j^-  List Sunday the Moyio football  team and their .supporters had a  blowout that will go down in  history. The pig that Herb Jackson won on Dominion Day was  killed and roasted, and the boys  had the feed of their lives  Speeches were made hy Kemp,  j Perkins, Ag'nue and Gill. Hen  i Evans ate so   much   that   he  was  Working Two Shifts.  Football Boys Arc  Busy.  Two shifte are now working  on  Tlio football club have received  replies to chnllongos from Car-  boundu ami ^ulsou, and aro likely  to play a return cup match with  Cranbrook on tho 21st. Thoy go  to Carbonado on tho 21th. Tho  date uot being fixed for Nelson,  tho boys would liko vety, much  to play thoro when tho local b,'i.=<j-  ball team arranges a match  so that each team would have  rooters from their home town,  Tho bc��ys up ou lha hill are  Jlkoly to bring   a   toniu   down' to  ganisf. Mrs, Gobfon.  A Labor Saving   Device,  For, some ,timo   past"   at  Pini'Itor  of   the Cbusolid-ited  at Trail,   a   mnohauicil   feed  tho    lead    furnace    has   boon  the  Co.  for  in  (urn nit emery wheel. The con-  epiracere for iusumuce money  tbeii placed mulches agaiu?fc' th.o  wheel nnd uuderuealh* the=e  scattered shnvinga saturated  with oik----Xke alunu was set I'oi'  l;:t0 on tho mnriiiug of July 2. lb  went o(T on schedule time, Udl-  luotib aud Diike wont to the nearby town of Armstrong and   listen--  l.    !'  <r    I  m  <".''dk  i  ,i  *.    ii.i  \\V  *iS-1 ���  ^  oource of iastallation.     On   Sit-   ed to the lire alarm whittle, eight  unlay it wa1.   pub   into   operation \ mile? awny.   -Then they .returned  Lo the  eeeiin  of  the   blaze.     'J7ho  "Luck wag iusui'sd for SJ.5fJ0.  y$\  Tor tho v first time. ��� This dote  away wiLh��� Lho wOrk of tw��Ivp  men and caupo? a saving nf, at  loa^b $12,000 a yenr. iiuiirovo-  mont�� coutinuo Lo be made from  Lime Lo timo so ��g Lo, keep Lho  plant up Lo date in ovury partic-,  ulnr.  Creston  Fruit   Lands.  O'Kell. Voun.K   &   (J.����� of   Ci��q.  Aidridgo  -Sunday,  ns   they    am-' bwi>. It ivo appointed  l'"    J.   Smyth  tho Aurora   driving   tho   tunnol   sider tlioy can   lick   Lho   Kerrigan - t'-'eir Muyin agonc lo soil   (!i"*^L'it  which was started lately. Another ore car wiw taken over to  the mine thi��  week.  Telephone Hours.  FURNISHER  New telephone   hours   aro   now  in vogue.    They are  now   from   8  too full for utterance. . A vote  of J  thanks was  passed ��� to-the   ladies/  for their   kindness   and ..'trouble.' j ��V m- fco ;S   P"  my    'On   Saturdays  Everyone wished there was a pig   and payday?)  tho  service .will   bo  cup holders.  The Long Building.  .town   property   and   Iruil   I vn'l-  friberuUriK invn^lbfi ����� should c.^ll  Jab JiU office and a *i nnp aud g^L  1 prices.  Anna  Cauld"  Is  Moth  er.  to be had every day..  Fire Destroys   Residence.  on until 10 o'clock in the evening.  ��� . --.  About the Way   of   It.  F. d.   Long'-i   new   building on;  tlio corner of Victoria stroob   and; *   Moyio avonuo i-* Hiilslied, nnd Mr. j A son w.n<* l, >rn ya^tarfhy in  Long is already occupying tho Carts Lo Pn'ri'-pa^ do Hurir, who  south half for his sh|30 .shop aiud wfts Mi.,3 Ann.a frould . of New  store. F. J. Tanner, Lho jeweler,! Yovk. /.'tVinee Hellie .' da -.Sagan  will occupy tho north half, aiidff,n(j.. Alirie. Oould were mHrried  will moyo thoro as soon as his July 7, 1008, after her divorce  fixtures arrive. from Ooutib Jlani de Castellane.  Mission'*. Band   Concert.  ���,_-.   On Wednesday evening. 2l={,  an eutoi'tniniuoub will be given u>  th" I'resbyLo! ian church bv tlio  ���.'hildren of tho mission bind  S >lu=, rpeibation=�� and dtill' -will  bo given. I'.jor'j op��n at- T-.:i0 p.  m, Ptogram comiiienee? at 8 p,  in. prompt. Icecream will be  "orvfld nb the flo--?. Admission  ii"�� 'ynN,  Anolber  launch  for- Lake.  Ifmry ''.imbl^, foreman at thf>.  ^fc. K'l^ertf, and fi. O. Kamm. head  'U-f,o,jiifcan/-i, purc-haspd a launeh  ���it .VeNon and had ic shipped over  to Moyie fche firsc of the week.  The launch is 20 feet iu length,  and has a four and a half lioi'se  power engine'' It is' fitted with  electric lights, and i.s a good comfortable boat,  *��*Q 90** 8����3 9999  Imperial Bank of Canada  Capital  Authorised���:������ '    ���  The    home    of  Lester  Ditfhan,  I which was located nor;th  of-tr��wh,  'was totally destroyed'by fire last  I Monday    night    between   twelve  and one o'clock.   The  house  and !�� crate of strawberries  : _ y 5,000,000    .3.000.000  Cm nb:  ipital  Capital Paid Up������  Rest _"-.!,. c-.�� .,!,-.-..:��. '  \^---.vhu*a.l.  BUANtiH-ES   IK   BKtrisff   <:'J\X ",.!,,',.;, r.-d:. ;V i.-rori.i -i:--l '.'aucotiTCi:  Gol-It-mKamlo-j;..-.. Micly.-I, >"'-!s'-';'-- '*'"','  Savings  BankJA'P  Interest allowed on depoaita at cm  deposit. || j  ���     MOYIE BRANCH. , !  | j   F. M   PINKHAM, Manager.  Ledge:���The.editor of bho Cre*-  i bon Its view recenbly 3ent the  I editor of the   Moyie  Leader  half  if they  School Meeting Called jgp  3CJF3tSS^SSK3S  artni'MiL.  rreafc rate from   date  ���of  everything in it went up in smoke. ��� lived in. the same   town   ib  might  Mr. and Mrs. Dignan;  Mrs.   Webb.'hja.ve been a crate of brick's.,.,  and the McKinnon sisters, the cell cupanta, got out with- only what  1' clothes they could grab:   All were  in bed and asleep when the fire  y broke one. There ia no acconnt-  | ing for how the fire started. ���  Roy Clothier Heard   From,  I    Wlw:n wr are dead .the vdl of char-  ; it,y    is    thrown   over  our faults, and  only  our    virtues    are     remembcrei!.  Would  to God  that, the world   would  be so merciful wlii.le yet wc live.,  v Roy Clothier, who has bden  visiting friends in Ladysmith,  left on Thursday. morning for  Vancouver, from which, point he  will start in a few days for Nevada.���Ladysmith Chronicle.  The Moyio school trustees have  called a meeting bo take place at  the school house Wednesday evening, July 21st. At this meeting  the quesbion of larger aud better  accommodations will be gone into,  and also providiug for.a third  teacher. As these matters are of  vital importance to the whole  community, the meeting should  be well attended. I  Man,     like the1   fire, is apt to to;:-j  ment women by going out at night.  A step taken tor mother is a p-arl  dropped into your future diadem.  ��� ���������and i  Plead Guilty  to selling the best overalls on the mailud..  7    LEATHER   LABEL  lias-proved a winner.'    Get them at  THE DAY LIGHT   STORE.  :"; ROBERTS ^-MESSINQER  Conrad Block ' Moyie  .y-lgl^i  .���'yidSyK-s  ya;i|s;;7  ' k;^l^  ;,.:7iyi  ,k,r��)  y .y;-^��fVk,;.L  ;���*'���' :Ci;-ri:"��:iy'ifl  dd||i||7||  y'-j-y;kfist;jS;Sj?'.?yJ  7i,9yikg?siK;|iS"-���������" m  f��$y 'ix
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nlirm for Movie':* lis e h.ii!'/
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c.-er tnat chc-ip  meaninglesf ana
pa^d-mate reading    No, they
not   iiLH-e-s u-ily   the   untidy  and
flovimly girls who are after them
It i.-= the   -girl*   in   well-bred  and
well to-do  f imilie-5.    By  f,ir   the
l/;i eater number of th'^e book-?  fo
to    the    ghl-;.    J   have   w:i_tejied
; the-e irii!-.   particularly."   oiitiii-
- tied .A.i:-^ iNd-cm, who wfis former-
I ly a s-chool   teacher,   "and   inv.ir-
i ibly they come in alone, and half ,
idt."   th-em.h'ave  a  mouth   full    of
chewing  gum   and   thar,
It was one of these experiment..-! i.iTwcr*,.
spectacles 0:1 liis con and fed her sha
was that it didn't matter what the cov
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Aidridgo park f-houlu be   looked
upoii as   a   permanent   fixture  to
Moyie.    A gr.inddtaud is tho next
'"improvement riquued.
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don't- want to read anything thai,
is good aud substantial. They
read such as 'A JJaautiful Fiend'
and 'Love Letters of a Worldly
Women,' and 'TJie hV.fc.il "Wedding,'and all that sort of stuff,,
which was written for old- r
people, if-for
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spectacles 0:1 liis con and led her sh.a'. mf,'*-      'J*     '    ,-e
was tliat it didn't matter what the cow .ill* *-° '* "- '    .7 ,
was fed.    The questions of digeHio:* end ii«uri*.l.n.Mu .....
-1 not entered into hi*, calculations. ,
W It's   only a  "tenderfoot"  farmer   !l:ar_ «'.uld   rr>  *"-"
nn experimtnt with a cow.    Hut mam J Urr.icr lew*. _■ ^
self regardless of digestion and nutrition.     He might almost 11* «<i ' *-'•'   * '"  ■
ings fo'r all  the ^ood he ^ets out of his food.   'The result- is t;".it the Mo. "°
f*roivs "»eak" the action of the organs of digestion nnd nutrition are import
end ihe man saffc.-s ihe misierfeS rtf-<)yspepsia and the agonies of ner\oiiMitf»».
' To strengthen the stomach, restore the activity of ffte '""'
Hans ol' digestion nnd nutrition and br.icc u:> tho nerves.
' use Dr. Pierce's Gofden Medical Discovery,   it '"a *•" ""'
r.iif:nx remedy, and has the confidence oi physicians ns
well as the praise of\ thousands healed by its use.
Tn ihe Mriclcst sense "Golden Medical  Discovery" is a temperance medicine,     it contains r.either intoxicants nor narcotics, and it as free from aiconol
t.-; from opium, cocaine and other dangerous drugs.    All ingredients- printed on
its Outside \» rapper. ' "...
IXVn't let n denier delude you for his own profit.    There is no medicine lor
stomach, liver and blood "just as gofid" as "Golden Medical Discovery
 . — , yfM   m, . 	
I   O. O. F.
11 xl'lry   I.i"lK«* >'"■   4 ••
Mtrt.*- i'!.^i;i\ fu-nirs-in   McfJn-Kor
iimli  on   Vit'toriii   .-ucet.    .Suj-aumii^
I Odd Fellow.- ccidi'dlv invited.
!l<h;is Oim.iv. 1<\J. Smyth. •
XohU- (Irand. Scar'y.
or
1st. i;ust«.«- I,o<l(jt* N<>. 37.
1£:\\ ,  K. of P.
j-   (   ^J^  y\    Jbf 1.-i*.n\ Thurfl'i«y
' - 'O'^-r'^W* MMiinj.'   iii   Mi'ibn.™
; 'V '<X>^/ hull »i   K   < ', ',- 1 X.    \ !•-
'^cTt'^y  inn.. }.{it'li.i.- invii*ei
!•:, A. Hir.L
K. K.hii" !■*,
nn-
'r. J, M Ai.i'lsK,
1
j 1 ,hiii.( t'lli.r 1 "fin.
an1
That Noisy Ufa:
The I'liifced .^:.'it(^ has lived-to j
'be 133 years <*ld,  and''that    not-j ____, ;_
'Aithstandiag'tho conalaiit iu'i3  of' Klitor  -Sl.iyie  J.oaJei:—1   iufei*
-wLi>koy ,and tobr. c-o.
•■-•■ ^ *   -e— — -*—
j from your c,ommention tho Fourth
'lot' July celebration iu ^f.'iyie,  thac
ttinp-  uo-t-) ' y°u (-*0 n*>t approve of sueh  dem-
•' ,.;,-.    ,    rr ' .•   nnut„ Ui^.,d : onatrationa on liriciisli f-oil.'   I con-
da td.    lode Tom a Caum played i -.
< ,0-, ■        , ,,     'car wit,!: you m this view, and  as
thero    TlmivJiy    nigat, and t«^ |a nr;cUh snbjoe{;  ro,(.nb  ^  ajJ
fclie forvoi'   of  J-Jritiih   pitriotism
'thih     uoc.ilh'd   fvjr     rej jic-ing   in:
,There i; no b'xnn on   in,-MoyiV. ! nritis-'h'-d'-lViit.
but- there    i-'
'hoalthy -"growth
i -
'iliat causes-to.vu^  to  g
cilie?. ' ,
Bonucri Ferry is ge
jieopl'e went wild over i'fc.
about  Avliprc to leave your order for tlu' h->\ '-^
anythiiiir and 'evervtbins; in the lirocerv.iir.e
( (
Cease, Your Doub(i:ig
' i if
Get  the Iiabit.        Go to
SV
WOW
■ivlklrk l.iiJst*/ Xo. S3
A. r.   *   A. M.
1'egulur    meetinK*)
on tlio fiist Wed
rifsday      of   eacli
nionth.
Vi-iting huthijrn wekeme.
,     -C. T.Me(JreKor, W. M.
1). A. Aj'ios Secretary.
Moyie   Miners'   Union
.'. No. 71  VV. F. of M.
Meets in Mctlrt'gor hull Q\\-iy Katur-r
.i.iy evening. ' bV'ji.iirniit" 'irteuiberu
«re cur J i.illy invited to nt'.cnd.
Malcolm ik-Xeill    ' JamiJs HoberU
J'reniilc'iil,     .    '       ■      Si'cretaiv
*'-v
Jitux BANK
OF COMMERCE
MEAT)   OrriCE. TORONl'O
I-S-IAIS! IS||j»,
B. E. WALKER, President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, Geueial Manager
" 1R'1>
Paid-up Capital, SIO.000.ooa
Ke^c-vo Fund, .   8j0, «|
Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and r oi,
SAVINGS BANKDEPARTMENT
Deposits of $1 'and upwards arc received'and ii:is-,-,- i j,;*,„t   ,
rates:     Accounts   may  be  opened in the n'.un,      f   """■J"tM
more  persons nnd withdrawals i)i,ud' \>v -.,,
( . one of them or by tho suniwr.
CRANBROOK BRANCH.   ' , R.T.BFYW
124
' ° .    Practical,,Watchmaker
'    ,    '      and. Jeweller.
Xo\v'goods in  W'jiU-hcs., C;iu<-I:s. ,[,Yy?„
o.''nnd   riule.   'InHpwliijji   Jiuhhi'*"*'
Jowellery Department   THE DAYLIGHT STOBJE'
:   !   MOYIE.   ' '        "Ail  Impairs '(iuanuuen!   '''
P
•G-
go >].    ste.idy. 1
I ,'ini a Canadian, proud of Can-
u?t   the    hind^^'1. ail'dfL!iiti5]iiu-:ticntioiis, yet, J
.   .    | honor  and  respect that great Hi-
!"   ! public.    ''The" United   States' of
America."   I have   lived/in  that
' ,., ,        , .,   '        1   „     „r   l^spublie, know something of  its
Jircrv little  while   we  hear   of- '7
j history, admire its position and
tho fiu'thur enhu'giiig of thejapij.,eci,ue the greatness' of its
sm'3lcer at Tra',1. Tiiis'is tha bd.st , pi*estigo ai:d its power, but yet
po5?iblo,ovi'jenro tint,lho  mining \.l hive net lost sight   of' the  fact
j that    the    independence   of /the
•Sfcites was the result of u.  succes-
Lobsters in Transit.
induscrv in the iiroviucj  is  pro
pering,
The coi'i'eob pipe is essentially
ri producj of .Mi->so!i:'i. , di 1005
'\U.ss )iiri  31'erpc'iP.-nu,"    ti'1 the-
t
value of '$l'll,'SiO   were    mule   in
chat f-tate.    hdvan ficyoi-k'3 v.yoik
-tho ye ivt roua 1, inikim; these pipes".
sion  of  iJ.'ii-isIi  rovei-sc-,  and  in
view of iliis fact  J   a=-k- \\liy  do
wo Canadians, permit  demonsti'a-
tio
an
tieipa,to in such   outrages  against  dcr'not reproduce
theBi'if.ifch (J-ip.r        ' ■>
1 believe,- sir, the better element
of ihe American people    are 1 ur
■ An express car full of -trays   of
live lobster^, surrounded with   sea
waiter and  ice,   has  -been   transported'from Ilalifax'to tha Pacific
coast.    They stood the  tiip   well,
very few di'ing ou tiie  way.     In
all    about   -17;s500   lobsters   were
taken over and placed  in  an  eu-
closed ocean pond 'on  Vancouver
Island, near  Nanaimo. '  Xlifcherbo
the Pacific, coa«t has had  no  lobsters, but there  uie  greatahopes
of tiie  new  colony,  not   unmixed
INTERNATIONAL
HOTEL.
Har„vey,   .McCarter   &
. '        ' "*
Macdonald.,   . <
Barridters, Solicitor", Notaries ^^c.
■        1 1 *
Cranbrook.   -" -    B. C.
«*■    ■^%'-4j  -k
a ****- *</"«  *£rf.*'        ifi r*i#*H-   **
w ^<j^^hjy-j. t \?--^^. T-y&%&i'\r^-
' ■:p-.y\ \w-*m$ K^';
W. E. GUE-D;
This hotel is now under new
management, and is first class
iu every respect.
T'AYLOR, &■ BONlJERlCRAyBROQg
-  '       r rnoi'iiiETOES.- !
Victoria Sfcreec.
BAUKlSTlilC, SOLICITOR, KTC.
B.   C
WOYIF.
, Tiros. Summers.'
icms on the 4th in  thi,  eouatrr,' IT     «°       h   ^" T^'f'^^p11    '   C,ffaW'   To!5aCC0'   Frwb  ^^
nd why  do  wo  Canadians   «;   f«-om.the .Atlantic 0to  the .Pacifle •       Confectionery.
\*uy   Liu   nu  v.ai..iuiti.i3  P-u-, grow to maturitv over   there   but . - k    "
A Tricky  Problem.
BR.JrT. B. MILES,
Cranbrook, B,- C.
TOYS,    NOTIONS   ETC.
South'' Victoria' "St.
--  Ask   your  friends if  they   can   t. t. McViiue.c.E'.,i» l. s.
write  down Jive   od.l   figures   to
.7 j
ml 'ui il\"zj   i"uuc toon'.
rn, . -, •       .....   , and    reasonable    enough   to i iin
-     The pointers   union label  is  in=*    . . . ,'   • '
» ' I Willi   me   in    condemmmg    such
v*0 \!}J]°ir}y ?0D cities and  coivns^^^^.^^j oa jj,/^^ ,.oiJ     ,
/n c/10 L-uifcert States and, Camidj,/     Thanking  you  iu   ad ra'ae- 'for I"'"t1 "^ ,, .■   . ,.
K\. ■ •   ... k , \   ,],„  ■   ,-   , ,'    ' -    ,'       It    is    rodliy   astonishing  how
,Auiyr   mi.,u,J,!],Ci03  ana  several   the valuioiospice you will doubt    angP03'3ed ,mJifc  pi0p,e  ^       tf
.states rcq tire  nil  printing  to   be j 'ess allow this article and wishing |.,n(j   'j107V    mnri],
djnein k-i'ji offij-'s and  to   bear-|.tIia Le-ld;-'1' every  proper  success, l^end ovo>'
11 am, sir, youis etc..
"PATJilOT."
Sd Eugene Bill.'July 12th., 1000.
tho trademark of the  union.
"Whan     miners     carry     bank
books it is tira:* E.ir hotel   men   to
get   out of   the   country."     Thi?
statement v*'a»  m-ide  by  a  man
v,dio was oneo in   the  liotcl  b'usi-
Lost $1500 to Save a Nickel.
The lack of a nickel to drop into
a telephone slot, aud the ob = tiu-
aucy of  an ex-.-huigo    girl,   cost;
o w.
ne»s iu thi' district.    But stnnge  ,-> ,,  ,,.
,, . .iO-fcii-K.Niedtof  IVonfcoa,   N.  J.,
co say,  tne miners  are carrying - it trio  „.i,r.„ 1 •   1 1   \
J n t>1°;u? when hn barn was destroyed by fire one night recently,.says
the >."<?w York World.
Xiedt's  barn  caught  fire about
L0 o'clock at night aud he hastened
books and tho hotelo are
still doing business at thj old
■-tiiia.
to  a  telepoone  in   the   neighborhood to   suinmo.i   a   fi.-e   engine-
IMoyio   '-honld'  have   a  eivilau
li.'le club:   Vde uad-ir-tand it is an
ouy'  matter    to   get  ns3Ut.v.ieol "l81"8 ^\to f9  *  "^   Lut°
tuo   s-lofc lie    discovered- he   had
iromtiiegnverameiiDit   tho   pro-1 tlone     ]Io   bj.fl   fchy   ^.^   fchife   .fc
j-ict is- goue about ii tbo light | was a case of life aud d-jath, but
way. A very suitable rifle raugi'jsbe insisted tliat fire hsadipiar-
cDuVd bo made at Aldiidge, and jter3 could not ba cade I up with-
"thero should be no trouble in pro-,onfc UlQ Pl'°Pei' charge being paid
curing the necessary 10   membei s.
11. Y. I'arker, C
." j.jVToVi-Trira & .PARKER
Pl'OVIXCl.Ar. L.VXD   SUHVBY1X«  ■     H
.,,     RAILWAY   &   MINING    nci.VEEHI.Vu'
mucli  time 'thev   will    l
tiii-.,   at' £Mb'sight,' Estimates Furnished.
simple problem.    Tho  qu'esiioner, j OFFICMS  ■
however, must be   careful  to  siy JForfc gfcee]o r_ Q  ^ ,__
Cranbrook P. 0. Pox 11.    '
George R .Thompson,,
Bauiustkr,   .Solicitor "    ,
■Notakv PlJHLIC, itc. '    '
i) _ ,  " ■
CRANBROOIC,       Banisii Columbia
/Ig-ures, not number
Here is tbe answar
11
1
'l
1
11
yjl
by   the Parade Disbanded.
Th'.*:-e members are furuUhcd
with ritl *- an 1 a c^;-tai-i amount
o"
"What broke up that suffrag-.
ette, parade?"'
'•A department store hung out
■a sign announcing $2 silks at
$1.0'.)." — Birmingham Age-Herald.
0 F. DESAULS1FAI
DEAIER   TN
PROMrT  DELIVERY.
Q,ueens' Ave'.      MOYIE
Coming Events.
Spokane    Intei state  Fair,   September 20th to £dtb.
Westminster h'tiir, Ootcber l°t.h
to  Pith.
Niedb begged, pleaded and
threatened in vain. The exchange
girl refusod to notify the   liro   de-
pa'tmeiit     and     Niedb     fi-jcl    to!     ^'^on Fair. Sept. 22, to 2oth.
vm-iiumiioa    by   tbo   give.'a- j another pKco   liodly   sanding   in j     Cranbrook Agiic-uUnrol Society
ment,   and   tho   government   £1], , [••>-,i alartm     J t w.n   lm tl.iu*.   i<>v \i Fair, September 1-Jth and loth
bears   the   expense    in   fixiiir'   ud'^''1"11     tac     t,:iK'"'-o •     -     -
- pla-e the   b irn   and
FRESH    AND    CURED
n
AND
W. R: BEATTYV-
Embalmer ami L'nderlaker,
Phone 9.
CRaNBROOK
K.   G. GARRETT,
SoLiciroi:. Notaiiy  Pvuliu,  E'lc.
CRANBROOK.
.La
i-go assortment  o'f Go-Car ts and' labf Cm if £68 j
*.     , -l   ,_ - Prices fro hi  §5 up.' ]'
'Crangrook: : Co-Operaf/ve'  Stores
At AIOYIE, over Postoffice, Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday
morning every week.
oyie
}As mndo bjy tlie'preMnt brewer is admitw-dlv the I
_. Best I«eoi in ihst Kootenay.    With the Jhvi'.MuSt $
[and Uie Purest Spring Water it is iinexteHe-! for I
,'iu-ility.    Insist on having ^loyio Boer. 8
BOTTLED AND DRAFT BKKll   ; I
Mill BREWING
w \J I
JULIUS   MUELLER, PROP,
3;BB®mm<&m&zy$m-
!<£fcz
C"
|*e®*o«oo«>*o«©c«c«««f«««©«#^ee««««»*B»«»a«»*»M«»««f   m_
the ra'T'e.
ii'ii
■-'l.j in a**l:e«.
s-faciicd   the
its   contents
lu  ainrJyM'  c ilumn   ajipoars   ;i
djtter  '■ig'.so 1 ' Pa-i j7" cimi-nent
,v* *-.-*f.
Day.
iug   on. tiie..,noisy
imonstratioi'. !    -7,
m
kJOyic at-.niid.'iig-ht  on--the. b
ginning of the '!.-"
JUl'Lll.-
• T> .
i'-s pr->b.'ibi.y a Utile ..strong   in
imo'day  will 'end   the   weary 'j
I'oad,   somo   iUy    ive'-'l   drop ''the J
itiinV'j heavy ioad, and rest bonoith   tiie'
Fdc-nunciation of tlus   tittle  prank
th
•f   Oi.
rif the Ameridin %v:iile  a vc,Uh,n.,\ ^kward'
su.'nset tree, and wait to cros-s  the I
dlent sea.  ' And then we'll take   a !
glanc--,    and' wonder]
hy we used tc. prance,   and  fill '
sidvi) vorit   WOI5K   TO Till-:
KOOTENAY
STEAM
LAUNDRY.
.    .NELSON
■All White.'-Labor.';
Limited":
MOYIE, B. G.
■P. f: joi/jvstojv ->
This Hotel is New and well Furnished Tiie
J-abies are Supplied with the Best the J
Market affords. The Bar is Filled with |
tne £est Brands of Liquors aud Cigars.
GENTLEMEN—
|f
If you waul a   ^tvlisli    up'f HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL
to date tailor inaclo'suit.'cnll.l-v,.        _       AND MINING MEN ^ |iiu„M1_
«Jid insjxjcl our sjirinjr good. ^s°5c**G!2ftf-^^««ao3«««»®^®©©»©®^«e*«es*ff8^^*^
owllcir.
t
oi, Uannda.  .It''is    uart    o'f    hi-d... - ,
,.■••■    , ...      ■..."■•■ ' ■': '-•fi.(-' a"" with iMuauings' sliriJJdo'pr
nature, to c^hrnte tho Fourth   of d:;Very picayunidi UF '
July;yvt-n v/hde  in   Canada,' just j -icross   the   fields
tiii
io same  as;, the   Chinaman   qele-
7bri'itc.-s :Ids    Chinese    Xe,v    Year
ev.-iy Ft-b-'iviry,     I h  y, uot ])U  ;n_
.tsiiti-jn 't.o.'b-e  in-.]) iti-iotie,    even
thoug'i   it   ;,iay   appear   Sy {,,-,
3 >y; I J'hiti li Mibj-'i-v. ' i
(J.ii-iS road niore t.Msliy n--,\-(.
th i;i b.)}■-.-,' is. th i cjndu.i i
I'Oa-me.'i by tho h-ja.l by-;k kuJIv
in   J.dm W.   (.b\ihiki7   f:f;oi'e     '
fbmo day,
of spac'-V we'll
took 'behind and try to   trace   the
sdgxag   • journey    that    We made
.'.cross   tliis   wodd   of  light- and
sbiidr*, and wondar wliy we didn't
take the straightest path that we
a; could make.    Smiodiy,   perhaps,
■•when   we're at   rest,   among   tlu*
i.Islands oi the Ildsiy   we'd    ydve   a
;... thought to that dead day,  .wheir
; 7.ve.i.iiir.-:'.'."d fiur (h.-vious wny,  a>ul
' : woialcr w!
Liave work with the    local agent
A, B.  STEWART
Cigas
Tobaccos
ait and
^ 'r 5-k.&='-V? ^..,
SO   YEARS'
and
\vt! finned aiid'fougJit!
y 'things   f.ji'got. !
in
, .    mo da|d we'll know that love is
.okank.   "\'es,'g?rl,-.fivmi.l-j   f o j i;„dst, av.d v.-ii.-re it jives   there   is''
'v.- ■'>■■■  ,■"■?■..:..   ■ • r ■ -i' ■       ... ' -. -. •.--).'
\   :   'I-
!.\ ,-•(.»
Anyone s,*mIl.,K ;i vky.t-h r;,K\.x.-*crlj,U»n j»nf
":;' •-,';^lc'/1V,!''!-:,1,''-'''M,l,-'.T,,t'»1^«'*onPctfcrita     !
r-y;:.•,;'■ V -;'d;1 •;';-"',":-',"T.-s"(-'l"'i!'i'j'""*i<t«'.     :
,'. l.;iii,],<r,,r:o:y l'.h:sii-i1o:i ttwkIv. I.,tI...c..;t ,..,.
rii.iit".-ii uf any i-...i..:i.:\t\-.\ J .i.irn,.I. 'rm\n, s:i «
ic«-»'.',"."'.!lJ°iil"a*?1-  lvt lib>''iil no-vtiik-nloir,
mm &p^y^®whr!i' !S
eccionery
F.HOM
A. B. Stewart
R.H.DWYER
IdVliEIlTAKKII       AND ,
■,   "IkMilAI.MKIl
WilliCO.<i|'I!i:,',T!Vf3 STOicKS
CRANIJltOOK, B. C.
I'lCSAUI.NHCn     J'.KOH
'•«'«o damplc   room    i„    coni.oHi,,,j
S   With hoi.:,o  for (■(.!,!,„,,,.-■;,! ;iu-„
of aocoiiirnoilalion
lh,;i<lf1Miirt(.;s   for    Co,,,
nifrcial ami Mil,,,,., :,j
Cj ;1':!-..V.S   AVK.srr;;,
Ul'Bl
< i;.
";'VI!C,   u.0
' ^
SSSBSHB5!
K^.*w?W(auffiacratf«aj«gH]5H8Mi»^
General Contractors, Builders
and Repairers
'   Kslima'tcs Cheerfully Fii.rMi.fli',dJ
Moyie-,
§
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», .'.^4
^1
-71
k!
if
^
if
10
s>%
il**^pwnaj^»w^w« '4  f  ki  ica s  ie .march of progress 'has now-  .._ something' more than a mere patriotic belief, d  It has not only been conceded, hut has been proclaimed in trumpet  by a congress of the nations of the world. -: -       -:  National pre-eminence has found equal expression and appreciatio  preference for  Cross of Honor  t ���"���  >n in international  1  \i  ���*9  V-1  ���o'i     1     1 "'������'^1 '^/.-'nTifl'ibroaJ kave indicated tkis preference':before; but today it  , Sales botk at kome.^^ ^   anJ   meLlS   illustrated   on   tkis  page-  fcropkies of a competition whicli mari r -id -it  '-~        ,      "������,������' /������'������   ^A   W  tke   diploma   wkick   accompanied  them,  the  Inter-  .      B      tW fpon^^g^^ ^^ ^^  pa��t Blue  Ribbon.to  national Pure Food and.^^ni^      P ^^^^  ���    cr   of    y Ws  m  pu���^ nutntive  be absolutely tke finest ot the won  properties and general excellence. ^ -     -  _, .     .r nC fU;s award lies not alone in tke fact that famous American  ;   Tke true aigmlicance ol th.  -        com^tition; tut tW pabst Blue Ribbon Avas tke  J ��, u^a^c vxrfre entertu-      ���  . ���.,   ,.   *. mi....  an  European ^^^^^uJod'a// tke prescribed tests  . on/y beer tkat succes  . , .-       ��� ������.   J.   tkey  ckanged dolor;   or   lost tkeir   taste.     Pabst  Blue  Otker beers   deteriorated,  ***_  ^n*raA   ���   ^Xof:.^,    and   tW>  croved   itself  v^  /^���.ANVERSM     19.07      %  a      .-.I     taJ A. f^-  KJbbon alone skowed a perfect score,  and'- 'thus  proved   itsel  r��ritably tke one real "Beer of Quality.  JLV,  .ed only at  Tkis award is no surprise to tkose wko know Pabst; but it is wb-rth pondering  by  tkose wko drink otker beers,dor none, k  '-���'���*   Tke perfection of Pabst Blue Ribbon is tke logical .result of a lifetime  devoted to  tke attainment of perfection in brewing.  Pabst Blue Ribbon' is a nutritious beer because it contains  all  of tke   food   portion  of the barley grain���a result of tke Pabst eigkt day natural malting process.  Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer is an invigorating beer because it contains  tke  tonic properties of tke ckoicest hops.  Pabst Blue Ribbon is a pure beer because it is made under perfect conditions of care  and cleanliness. !   ' -  Pabst Blue Ribbon is tke ideal kome  beverage because it contains a very small percentage "(.3io#) of alcokol.     It  is  truly a temperate drink, invigorating and kealtkml.  Lilwaiu  Jrewery  \%  "m  ' --ui| r  . -vfei  v ''il  ���   ', -.'Si  T'      1*  *   '���-*$! I  ' "VJ  i ���i -,��i  ''d'iiSI  ,, Ai-fAl.  :y d%  '.!,' ''  $|h  ..d|%c  dPl'felR'i  k  ,.. ..>W-  , ^ py ..-a  '"' ' i&Sr i  d^.<>p|  >'dS^J  c-tl.  $�����  ., ���, a **��"'*��; l  '    ��� Hi.I'.AC*' ��11  'i*V^',SfiP  !ti'*SSi''"-'  S'-fr'-'^'A  J^ii'/t'J-'^'-i,  �� .'*-* "��  ''ft-  *3*3/^  tlt'i'dV'SI  rw?f -s  i - V-t'"- s-;y  " \A*'A M  -' .-ifi- cy^'s  ('7;: -,--- ;,-?  ins*' -*- ft  "���74*..,-*-=5  -' rMtd-H  ,���f., l^-ffljite  d i ' [*' -I-v*w  i ><-4-  -     ��-S'   ���>���  *\|  " d"*l  -di  ���*   k'^1  .7'' V��  d"'*:i  '   I /   .!  . 7'^k-  ���I .-id =.  i  n  1 i ������>  ' t k  vykt-yyv>  ':.������'���>/&  i-..**  77Ki;1- bffiK.  I  k'cp-'SSj./  H& i��i'V',       -  Kflf'S'tf rfrj* 'iJ,T-��''  ��� -   mfcw *,  ���Bel'lfl y.1-   I'S7  l__?f��?iii| --few i  s^tisTwfi- H -'   ,  bK��f'tVJ3 ' *   -ft ��'      '  i^��  l'-r;  >~tf--d\  J^'iSfl    ���'  '���*?'���  ��l|!i<>i  li;'l]'!��'  &'#   7  bit;  k i  g$  ��-H  ���L'H,1 ',  Tip*f.* ,i       y I  F-.y >�� ^*ij      j.  [iifmi^  THE  .^rr-n    PRTTrSH COLUMBIA  5 LEADER, MOYIE, J3J<ii^ia_. __  A Scramble for Land.  LOCAL ASSAYS  There   will     be     a    doiperate  scramble for Unci   iu   the   Indian  'reservations abVut 'to   bathiKivu  'open in   Washington,  Idaho  and  'Montana.   Tn Coeur ddUene  City  'hotel-, lodging houses; and  vacint  'rooms     and     houses   have   made  'every   effort  to  prepare  for'the  'rush'.      LiVro     storerooms     hav-c-  'boeri fitted up with beds for sleep-  'in��   'quarters.   '  Lunch   Counter1.  'restaurants and hamburger stands  ''are prepared with extra help,  ac  " 'coiumodation? and supplies.  '     Toilets have bec*u  erected   with-  '- .sanitary;   connections   'in, variou*  '"parts    of   the'  business   district.  'Prinking fountains with cups  at-  tacded are  placed  in  convenient  \nd  prooiinent   places.      fe'averai  secret and special policemen have Icon tractor, is   building  a   section  "been added to the force, besides a j house" at Kitchener.  United States,' marshal."   'i'ho slier  ���vizi*. - a,  tt* ^^.^.^S- i-^^Sr J^ Jfc-^^-J*..>-J* A>-J** J J-O J* J*-^jvj/  Norman  Smith,  the  carpenter,  has gone to,Vancouver.  Mrs.   I.    Whitehead'  is'in   the  *���      > -  hospital at Cranbrook.  Wru. Carlin, of Fort Steele, was j  la 'to wii yes te rd a j'.  Joe McT-'ireu left last fditurdiy  for "Winnipeg.  Willis Lucas is away on a ten  di\y trip to M'ontaua and    Idaho.  The, regular weekly hop was  given in Morle}' hall last evening.  The fixtures for E. G. Givyune'a  soda fountain arrived yesterday.  II. White, customs collector' of  Cranbrook, was in town  Monday.  Mr. and   Mrs.   -Martin    Morrell-!-^  are vistiug in Rossland.  D. J.' Johnston,  tho  Cranbrook  J&. >��8r. ^. >*��'. ^J^^g^ ��5fe: ����.&>& '<*  'riff's /oreo will cooperate.  !    It 13 estimated 'from* 100,000  to  ' 125,000 peoplj will register, ,while,  :others,place it as high as liO.00'0.,  ' '    Each notary has secured sever-  '  fil clerks to assist in the work'and  'lias    arranged his  ofiice  so  that  'tile applicants may  enter at, one  door and pass out another.  *    After  'the   registration    closes  August.5 the drawing  will ,oeciJ.r  ' , "in a'public place' on a*platform  in,  'view of the thousands-who   will  attend.     '        ' '  Three  little   girls   have ' been  < selected for the  work  of  picking j  'up the letters'containing the  reg-1  'trations,vthe one'for the'  Cbeur  d'Aleue reservation  being, Helen  Hamilton,  niece of Mayor  Bnyd  "Hamilton and  daughter of  Ortis  'Hamilton.  About    3000    letters "' will-'   be  drawn, froni which the successful  -'applicants  will  be taken  in "the  'order drawn.'  '    ilfter the drawing, is  ended   on'  the   local   reservation"   those   .of,  'Flathead and Spokane will follow  'in the game manner.  - < -  '���Sandy V Cameron, of the Hotel  Kootenay, was in Cranbrook' during the week.     '      ,", -  Mrs. Fred 'Per.kir.9 ,io ,in .Louisville, Wetaskewin, visiting with  relatives.    - ,  "-a&.  - #.  NOTICE  CHAKBROOK LAND OISTRICJ\."'!."��y  0FS0UTHKKSD1VIS1UN  FASr KOOIK.NA1  Take notice tliftll'aulJfi.*.. ii ofi'ui/". B <-'������  tvci|.tttion, lUi.clKT, liilL-nJi. loai-i-ly for per-  mlbslonio ��.urcl��iu.o   lue  follow nig  di-.'nbod  '"���omnH-nc-iuu at fl post i-luntea about 30  clihiui trwn Cuirou in tt southerly <�� r�� tlou ou  uortli side ofMojlerlvorlhi-wo soiuli IO/.'1"11"'';  thfnci'��o.��.t:0(-lia!iis; tlicncu nonh nl-oiu -0  c-littiu*. to Mo>lo river, tlK-nec follow li'S Moyli.  river lu au cuitcrly dlroctloi* to j.olnt ol com-  peiiceuieutitua  conlaluliiB 300 acres of luu.i  inore or lps-*. .���..t..-v-  . l'AUL JENSEN,  ' Dated June S'ti, 19W. ,  $50 Reward.  Fifty Hollar-* Reward���TVill be  paid to tho psivons' making a  button hole guaranteed to neither  rip, tear or ravel' that it will hold  a button from the btar'fc to finish  of a shirt. Money will bo paid  upon tho proof of the work.  Signed, -    .Ell  CJIESNUTT.  arrived -  from  Miss Flynn will' Leclure.  On Tuesday nest, July 20th, the',  people of Moyie will have the  op-.  'portunity of heariug Miss  Ipliza-;  ,    jbefch Gurley Flj'rin,   a' lecturer  of  "is said 'to be a fluent speaker,   and  lias made  a   remarkable   impression wherever she has been.     The  'Spokesman-P.eview says of her:  ��� '   She is only a slip of a  girl,   tall,  palo  and   slender,    but   she   has  stiong convictions and  a   will   to  stick to a purpose.  Taking the lecture platform before she was Id years  old,   at  the  completion,   of   her   high  school  'course in New York city, she  has  'followed   her  'work persistently  for more than throe years  and  i.-  regarded as one" of   the  effective  iipostles'of the organization. ,  '    She    has    appeared   in   nearly  svery city in the country.  Sho sat for nearly an "hour last  night telling of her work and its  purpose.  Thero was nc bitterness iu her  ���words as she spoke of industrial,  conditions'as she sees them,-in  Tact, ehe smiled several times and  lier eye-5 sparkled with' kindly  light.      "  Thero was no denunciation, no  ���venom, only regret"-that thring-  lire not better than thoy are.  'T will devote my life to the  cause of the downtrodden wage-  'uavner.  "My father Was a victim of the  m-vbter class and my brothers-  Hud sisters and myself have felt  the pinch of poverty as the result  of industrial tyranny aud I am in  the fight to a finish.  '���My sole aim in life is to do  what lies in my power to right  the wrongs'and lighten the burdens of of the laboring class." '  The- wife  of Ui Gibs  here the first' of 'the  weel  Cornwall, England.  Put up your fruit in' Mason  Jars, All sixe3,at Crowe Bros.  & Co.    ' - ' '     '   ,     .  ' "S.mdy"  Arnold,  an   old ' time'  teamster at the Sfc , Eugene   mine.*  returned to town Tuesday.     " '' >  !    Chas." F.i'rrell    killed ' a    good  sized bear  near  the  Society,,Girl  one day recently.  ' Nelson News:���Mrs. ', Harold  Chapmamof Moyie is tho guest of  her sister, Mrs., George '"M. Gunn,  Mill  street:'. \      '        '   .      " ���  J. M Tnrubull, M. ,E, with the'  Consolidated Company, was liere  most of the week looking through  the Sfc. Eugene niihe. '  ��� FOR RE.VT���Ttvo nicely furnished rooms, with, or 'without  board. Mr'?.' Crooks, back of,  Plill's store*      ' "    " v   -  Mike Campbell is on his way' to'  Ireland for ajioliday and business  crip, and  will" be  away   two.   or  three months'."       ���   ,'���  ��� ^ '     t-    . -    ���  J O.  L    Knight,    was   dowu,  to  Uellvue  the    first ��� of   the    week-  closing a   con tract  Fo'r some   diamond arm worfi.'' ' ���  .' i i '  Mrs. a P. Reil of Cresfcon, who  was spending a week with Mr.  and 'Mrs. J. P. Farrell, left for  her,home today. '  II.   G.   Garrett,    solicitor    and J  notary of 'Cranbrook,   was    here  last Tuesday andW'ednesday,   his  regular days in Moyie.  P.   F.   Johnston   and  wife,  and  MissLillie  Schulze  left  Wednesday for  Seattle  to  take  in   the'  fnir.    They expect to be away for  almost a month.  J. J. Lane  W  W  j�� ImpjL-oyed,  partly  impro.ved and unira. A-.  proved fruit lands in blocks .from 5 acres ���*.  up for sale. Also one arid five acre blocks ^-  ^  in townsite.  lots-  4S  Town lots and houses, and' W  ���For furtlier particulars apply to 0 sk-j  OKELL','YOUNG & CO.   ' Creston, B%- C S^.  . 7 '' . . ;' ^  . ^^.^  _____   . xg>>^��j*' ��J��*  Or to , E. J". SMYrH, lo.ca:! agent.  Excursion Rates'  moyie;  ; '    to"-  ���  Seattle  $25.00    "'  ' LJ . '  '   '  Corresponding rales from  other .points     ' ��   ���  Tickes on sale daily, Jttay  * '      to Oct.   14th.   ���  29 th  it'the. Churches.'  -METAL -MARKET/  CATrrouc   church  ���n '   ���  ,, * '  .  There will be the regular morning and evening services Sunday.  Morning services at 1,0 o'clock.  Evening services at 7:30 o'clock.  >   J   FATHER H. BECK,  ' ,   " ' "    -       (-Priest.;,  New Yokk���l->ar   silver, 57  Lead. $475 Copper,' 14'>  ,   London-���Lead ��13, lis Cd  cts  cts  Final return limit 15 days, but  not later' than Oct"3Ist.  , Stock Quotations. '���.  -    CHURCH OF^NOLAND.  Divine Service w-ill be, held  every Monday in the Presbyterian  church at S p. m. ' -  '  PHILIP C.'U'AYMAN, . <  ,      ' - t,     (VicarJ  ^lETHODIST ^CllimCU      .  Morniug service., II o'clock.  Sunday school, 3 o'clock.* Even-  ing service, 7:30 o'clock. Morning subject "Paul in Macedonia."  E ve ni n ;r sub j eet; ~ ''Olie~b~y"'Oaer'  Mrs. Walters will sing a solo.   '  Hev. J. TV". MILLER, B. A.  1 Pastor.)  'X-u&XLsl'rD Bv  IiEAr.E  A   KLWELL.  ,             --          *.- -  -Bid   L  ��� Asked  Aurora                   '  '    ?��  CousoliiJuted Smelters  37.00,  Orf.OO  Caii. Goliiflcldi^  .3 1-2  ' ,  05  Craubrook Fin* Briek  ,   '  .  l.W"  North Slar -  *   s]2'  -12  Societvr fllrl  ,:  .     23  Liberal   Stopovers  Allowed.  for  months:,-.      ��  employed   as  cook  at  the  Liter-   ^venInS  sub3cet.    'The    Key   io  Success.      Mr.   Paton   will   sing,  "The Handwriting on the  Wall."  Sunday school at 2;30 p.  m.     All  are cordially invited to attend. '  T. S. PATON,  (Pastor.)  several  International hotel, has gone to -Winnipeg. It is rumored that he  will be married to a Winnipeg  girl on the 2lst.  D. J. Elmer was in Moyie selling David Ilarum cigars and displaying a "lr.llikJn Kid" which he  brought from Spokane recently.  Oav*> and the BiUiken. aro winners.  Wednesday evening at 8  o'clock thii Young People's So-  iety will have three papers on  "The Orientals in British Columbia." All are welcome to attend  these Wednesday night meetings.  O'Farrell Is   Slow Pay.  ritESBYTERIAN     CIIUI!C1I.   '  Services on Sunday at 11 a. m  and 7:30 p. m. - Morning subject,  "Lo, I   am   With   You   Always."  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.  ind..of-World, Sept.  15.  The Iluly ; Ghost".Suaio'ty ofi  M;iine pferfie'ts'tl-at tne' end 'of  the worJdyWilli corns on Ssptom-'  ber loth at 10:'fJQ.B m. When it  comes they espe.c6 to see ,the-'-sky  go to smash, the earth being con  ���smned.by fire and the sun trembling'somewhere, while tiiey- themselves : are, tiansport*!' into a  realm of bliss and all others 'destroyed. '���'���'.���  It is nice to be' handsome   but it i=*  ayg<.'o<l deal liaridsonier to be nice.  The partnership heretofore carried on under the firm name and  style of Taylor &. Company has  this day been dissolved by mutual consent. ' The business hero-  after will be carried ;ou by Frances E. Taylor and Michael James  ] Bonner, nho will assume all the  j debts   of the   business.    All'per-    |Kons  indebted   to  tho   said    late  jfi,m o�� Taylor & Company are  An action is begun in the super- ^quested to make payments to  tor court at Spokane by James tljr firm of Taylor A Bonner and  iJreen, mining man, against P. A.|aU elairaa against the said late  O'Farrell to recover, $2.i,U0O on j fiim are , to be  two notes alleged to have been  given the State Savings  bank   at  ..utte, Moat., by .O'Farrell. jjoth  notes are dated October 11, IQOQ  one bein* for $10,000, the' other  rlo.OOQ.    Both'aro payable on  de  mand.  . Getting    up.in   |,,e morninE and  ��� n the world  both require, more  , ....��� ...^ , Uw w presented to the  firm of Taylor & Bonner, who  will pay the samel'    ���  l^ated at Moyie, this  2?nd   day  of June, 4- I). 1009.  '.TAYLOR'& CO.  FRANCES E; TAYLOR  MXCnAEL J. BONNER  F. J. Smyth, Witness " ,-  "c - NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE- that I intend  tn nvyty fc0 ^.tbe. Superintendent  of Provincial Police, afcer tlu'rty  days from the first appearance of  this notice, for the traufcr from  myself to Frances L. Taylor of the  licence to sell intoxicating liquors  ftt- the International Hotel in  Moyie, B.'C.  Dated this 22nd day of��June, A.  D. 1909. WM.   KYDD.  Witness, A. B. Macdonald.  l*or complete lmformation apply  -       , . '      " *>  to Agents, or  write '  f  ���     '<    J. E��� PROCTOP,  ,D.P.UA.; Calgary.  .  J , r  . t ' '  ���  Are You Thinking  * d & '  of Buying--a Typewriter? ,  CKANBKOOK LAND DISTRICT, DISTRICT  OF EAST KOOXKKAY. 1  TAKK notice tliat Cutnbtlan Mluiug oom-  I>auy Limited with heud olllee at Mdyle, B. C.  occupiillon Mmlritf Coinpuu)-, intend!) to apjlly  for permission to purchase the following described Inn-Is.  Coanincuciuic at a.post planted on the Kant  boundary of Lot 7002, Croupe 1 Kootenay District. �����0. 2.12 feet Routli 19 deureo* 03 inltmic-u  west from the North Kant corner of wild lot  TiiCl'i thuueo bonth 19 degrees o3 miuuten weit  uloiic Kast boundary uf hald lot 7C02, ��ly,i foci;  thenee East 362 fecit to tee hluh water mark oi  lover Jloyie lake lucnce followlug tbe JiIeIi  water juaik of lo\v��r Moyio Uke In�� northerly  dlrectiovi a dUtanceuf 416 2 Utst laoru or less  lo point of commencement, coutaltllue 1.73  acrct, more or le��s.  CAMimiAN .MINING COMl'ANV LIMtTKD  '' (SOX-rEK��,t)NAl. LIAIIII.ITV)  Chas. A. MncKuy. Agent  D��t��n0lli April, 1909.  NOTICE.  CRANDUOOK LAND DISTUICr. DISTRICT  OF SOUTHERN DIVISION,- KAS1" KOOTKN'AY  Take notice that Alex John CliMiolia of  Kinges'ttti,'., B. C, occuiiatfuin". Collector of H  M. Cuktomn, liitemU to apply for perlnUiion Jt>  purchuso thelolloMlng deM.-ritk,d Iniidit:���'  - CoinuK-uclnj; at�� \h>H plnnted about 3J; miles  from Currou. 1J. C, In ft hout|icrly dirccllon on  east side of C- V.'it. Hy., thence ivcbi'20 cIisJum  tlicucu south -10 clmiiiii, theneei east about "  clmlni* to Oi" P. R, Ry: thence following si.14  lty,. HI chains uor(!it>ily lo ]>o[tFt of cohiidoiicc  meut, Hud eoutuliiliiB 10 acre of Isiu! more 'or  |i*m.  "   ALEXANDER JOUN C'Hl-fMOLM  �� 71 li    1-VI-i  c s. mmi  Painter,   p  H  D  a ng eP  Pep  and  eco'Patop  Estimates GiYtlli  Moyie, ...  B-C.  MOYIE ,B0AT  Dtvtod JUae7Ui, lDOy.  l'uul Jensen, A cent.  Is'OTrCK.      '    .n  CRAXnitOOK'   LAND   DISTRICT.'    DISTRICT  OKSOt'TllKKN DU'ISION, EAST JCQorK.VA V  Trike tsolie-,- Ihat Albert Ilariihonlt of Curzoti,  B. C, occupation, Haocher, luu>ndj( to npply  for pOrml-vlon to purchuae thu foljutviiiK <*.  scribed iuucJr'-^     ,  , ' - - ,  ("oii)mcncli3{r al u f,o*t fUtithd Mttlh l,nJ<Jp, of  C-1V It. H>\, alioul Ijf jelle In an cBiterly direi;-  llon from- Curzon *tatlon, thenee nomU 40  chain*; tbrnco vest 40 chaiua; thcnctt ��ostli  about 25 chains to C. 1\ K. Rv; thence follow,  uili Mild Ry'.'; 40 rliAtim In nn .tsAsttrJy dlrec-  llou to point of coriuavncemetit, and(-4)utiLfri|rig  HO notes of land, more or leu's.    '  .,     ' A I.B B111" DA RNIIA RDT.  Onted June 9tb,lW��. ,        '      T<       k   ,   .  For Sale.  Man or "Woman. My South  African Veteran Rounty Land  Certificate" issued by the department of tho Interior, Qttawa",  good for 320 acres of any Dominion land open for entry in Alberto, Saskatchewan or Manitoba.  Any person over the age of IS  years, man or woman, can acquire  this land with this certificate.  For immediate sale $SO0.00. Wire  or write, L. 33. Telford, 131 Shuter  street, Toronto, Ontario.  NOTICK  CR'ANnOOOIC LAND DISTRICT, DISTRICT  OF SOUTHERN DIVISION EASTKOQTKNAV.  TAKENOTICK, thnt ' Robert Campbell of  siovK R. C. occuj.��tlflii, Merchant. Jnleud* lo  apply for j.6rnilM��on to purchase the followlnir  tleicr.'lKd lands:  U-imroencInjrtttB post plalj'tcd on th<- w*i'  boundary of I.ot-.No. 217.-., thenco wm M  chnlns: thence x.yutb i'6 elmiux; t.hencc, cut 20  thftlus more or !cm to (he Son lb \\ e��t corner  ofUlNo237.Vth,;iicc^ortb alontj wvYl bouo  ���laryof I>n No 2375 to place of coinmeuce'iacui.  containing io acresi more or lea*. /  'DATED, May 31 st,'1509.-'' ,  . RORERTp.VMRIiKU,  P. J. DOWNER " :���  Builder   &   Contractor  ' ;d" Ka'tinYalcs givQji.'   ,     ���  MOYIE,    -   -     B.  C,  Boats -for  tiie Hour,  , Week .at  prices.  Jure ijV  1)(>v, or  reasonable  Canoes, Peterson*  and Skiffs.  c- i   ' 1 '  ' QE0-RPUTfu;r  d   ' STOr'AT TIIE  COSMOPOUTAN'  Hotel,  ���  j   J;        '    WHEN IX *  '  .   "l    '  ;-CRANBBCOr|  K.Il. 3SrAM.. '.Manacer.  Good rbonid, gfxj'd {^ and k  .     aud 'Gratolasasaoii'-leroni,  Dr. H. E.  ' ��   DENTIST  - i :���������''    'i.  <��� '-  The Expert Cro.\vn;and Bridge  ���   k    d   Worker      ' ���'  Ofliee oVc-r'^Ir/Slivris  Wall,     Paper  Armstrong Ave.,  store  CranW  "OLIVER"  $u  :o.  EASY   PAYMENTS.  F. J. SMYTH,  Agent             Moyie  ess self-denial.  wru-i!! y0Uri h?.pefuI  thouSlits   to    the  woiId, your   (liscoiirage.Ticnts   to    the:  pfiamterlaifl's Cough Remedy !i.I  ; Ci.T'-s Colds, Croujiand V.'liuojiiiy: Cougli.     .   niim  Lord.  _____ k  tlicy  cany   loo  many frowns lu-. their  of "ours    S bC bol'llered  with   any  , strict attention lo business sclf-  ''ultiire, and an eye to the future, are  tlic l��.-y notes lo    success in life,   and  lieilioovi's every young man     if    he!        !  Kct.on to     hear   this    in   PortO   ElCO Lumber   Go.  Slab Wood  For Sale;  .-���"������' .y__   . .  SlaVs, cut to length,  $2.59 per load  delivered.  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  NEA.S0N, B. C  hoarding and I>,iy School coaduct-  eilj.'y u,c Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  B. 07 Commercial and businebH  courses a ejpoc��.i]ty. Excellence and  swift progress charaotcaiao euclt do-  imtmetit. Parents should write for  particulars. One month assures the  public the   thoroughness   of   the  Sisters'methods.or leaching. Terms  commence January, April and Set��t  Pupils are ad mi tied duiiuc  \v  Vf/  Vf/  M>  vf>  V. O. BOX S10  nioNi:,  East Kootenay Bottling Co.  Cranbrook,   B. C.  i * }  ' Manufacturers   of'.ill kinds ofenrhonatcil'  beverages.    A\'e spare no expense  io have  the best on the market.  our good  There are  others,  But!!  Uf  ���ii  V  ^^^^.^.^.^.^^^^^f^^'^^^^^^l^i^rV  ltJI    to"  Full and comp'ete slock,  Send for a color card, then  you will  send   for   paint. ,'  J. D. McBRIDE  Hardware,       CI{AN'I'.fMK��K, it. (!.  Win. Jewell  Express and General P:e)iyery Business. Liyery and  Feed Stable.  WOOD (AND    COAL  For Sala  Leave Orders at  , .  C?Wynne's'Store.  Moyie,  British .Ccumbi  The Waive  Icecream Parlor.  NOW   OPEN  Drewry Building-���  A"^- �����: A. HOHNMd'.v,^  put in a heading system riglii  iiioniy'  C-cMIl-  hkitweqiih- put then, up that vvnv.      The   other   <v��v   ���"��'*��  ' OUR AW-.Js-to pive^tlie comfort syeker' ihe   fulU-sL   sense  of  ��>r.t with the least .sense   of   apparatu.s-tl.e   mostdsatisfvi'iij? results n|  .'"= least expense pf fuel and ot labor-with free.Ioin froiii-'.r^wir'- a��' I  -"Uuabilily eqnalto the life  of   the   buil,lh.Ws   in .which   tk'  ^"'"���;  ���''J-s.teijjs are installed.        ������-.'. '. '    '  Our Systems of ircalii,^   meets   thes<j   rcq'uireniciitis   csacth:  , _Wl  ���'"C the cfliciei.t, silent,, reliable serwiit'of the houseowi.Lrs-i>�� ^\  winch- does more for lhc dlecr .������, !u,lUIlfu,nc;iS o[ Uonie-Mc llm' ^  ���lh  or matii-ial feature, or decoration of the home.  ro$<  CRANBROOK,  3. a.  <$ W  */J |Vl  4 *>  'it  \      '  li^i^Sfi^sisnmwi^i^ts:^^

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