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 J--_^���^���^-_^^^^^  "-r*a  "I'M  Do your, eyes bother you?  Consult W. H. Wilson,  of   Cranbrook   and .get  ,'     satisfaction.  , ^-..-...tii/e /-.^^  .L ,   . JZZ ~fi~m  TIMEPIECE from  I Wilson, Ihe Jeweler.  VOL. 13 NO, 16.  J Brusli   -   Brush   -   Brushes I  FRIDAY, JULY 22. 1910.  ���  0  , Yes, we* have more  than  one'kind  of  brush.  ''    Hair brush, tooth brush, nail brush,;cloth, hat,'  bonuett and comb brush.      , ''  Jf Military Brashes in Sets and ia Cases  Barbers'   diist  brushes   and   whisks,   large and  small.    Shaving brushes from 25 cents [to  $5   each.  Windsor Newtou paint brushes  and  camel  hair  brushes, any size, at      " ,    ', . ?_ ��� *  Moyie Drug &   Stationery > Company  %���       GENERAL FLOAT        ���  teachers are scarce in  School  Ontario.  Hazel wood Ice Cream  ��   _      A-        . -        r ^ ' " )'    **    i If  ,' , ,You will find your friends at Gwymie's where die ybest  ,'cveam in town is to be had. *    ,-'."', d  QWynne's Hazelwood Parlor  Next year the census of Canada  I will be taken. -  The Blne'Bell mine will,soon resume operations. ' '    '  , A printers'board,of trade for  the Boundary and the Kootenays  was organized nt'Nelson on July'  18th.  F. E. Simpson,, late proprietor  of the.Cranbrook Herald, will open  his wholesale' and retail tobacco  .store at Knmloops about the  first of August."   -'        '7  Never was a shower of'rain more  welcome than that which fell ,'ast  night and drenched the terrible  forest flre9 that have been  playing havoc  around'Moyie for the  past week or more.    Up until the  rain started to fall the town  of  Moyie was in imminent danger of  being1 wiped off tbe map.  r Yesterday   afternoon,   revived  by a strong wind, the Are took on  new, life and did considerable further   damage while  it   had    its  sway. - A spark lighting on  the  roof of the upper terminal of  the  gravity tram  of the  Sb." Eugene  soon had that structure in.a mass  of flames and  within an hour it'  was"* reduced? ton   pile of   ashes.  From there ,'it' spread * north  and  ��2 A  vkarI  -I  M. A. Beale and wife were up  from Cranbrook last Friday.  , Richard   Macken  went out to  Spokane the first of the week.  Mrs. P. P.'Johnston ha9boen on  the sick list for several days,  ���*    < >  Government Agent Armstrong  of Cranbrook was in Moyio last  Monday. *  r Roland Gamble and his mother  left Tuesday for their old home  in Michigan. , r  II. II. Dimock, manager of the  Aurora property, was ��� down to  Fernie and JafTroy. '-'  * i   i ' ' i  Mr. and Mrs.  Chamberlain left  ti-:.---.-  ������aft:  ^  We Will Be,  Pleased To  Serve, You  ��� v     ':������' ��� '.  Try-Os; ". '  " ���- ��������� "���'^^kmt u' X  Get the. habit,    . Go to  CROWE BROS. & CO.  i. u  -J)  \    W. P. Tierney,  of' Nelson\  h_Ss  been awarded a contract for the  construction of a ten mile  section  of the Canadian Northern railway,  east of.Mission.   '  "    ~   .'     ������     ,','.'*  The Beattie-Murphy Co.," Ltd.,  of Cranbrook", have1 leased' the  BleasJell store'in Fort Steele and  will put in a complete stock of  drugs, and stationery to that  point. ,  What is ��� expected to prove an  important ..exploratory undertaking: in the history of the Granby  mines was commenced a few days  ago, when a d's-tuond drill started  dUafflaged oy hre   |   local assays    fl^^^^^^^^^^^^^^.  i. -id in oleums  * ,  i.L-inoJeums  W,.C��01 "|lSu,"Iner'^ni1 *����� ^nler,' cW-all   the \  ,3 ear  round  and   wears  everlastingly.    For  offices*  1-Ils and kitchens it is exactly what L wanted. .  Saturday brings a b'arg-ain'price on these   goods  and SU    eighty pattenis'to choose from.   . ������.  B quality, 45c.,sq. yard; C quality, 40c. sq. yard"  "y   White Bed Spreads      j  "       Still too niaiiy hanging around,'  2 1-2' yards' iii '  1-gth'by 2 yards wide./-   These a^staple,^ , ��j  t   c?'?5^1'-   -'JusMhc same Ihey're gLS i a '  \t/   Saturday bargain, each 95c '      '     ' g  W   .       y    ,..���_,'����� i.    ���        __  W    ������"������'"    *    ����� MacEachern & Macdohald  ������;���  ���,'."   '"  ~f ��-��"  ��"  last Sunday for Spokane and ro  ivas making headway with all  its \ turned Wednesday.  Mrs. A. G. Monkhouse and Mrs.  If. J. Lowes were out to Spokane  fury when, checked by the  rain  that started to   fall' about, 10,  o'clock. '   This morning the fire is'  smouldering, and there seems   to  be little fear of another outbreak.  The weather is still - cloudy   and'  more rain is almost certain.     The  dense   -and    almost    suffocating  smoke has ��. been'   cleared away.  List Saturday the fire encircled  Aldridge park aud licked up   the  refreshment booths,   the- dancing  pavilion  and  other buildings  on  ,the    grounds and   then ^started  up north-east in the' direction  ot  the' upper  workings  of the   St.  E"i?ene mine and the Society Girl  mine, j A strong gale was blowing  during the week.  A son was born'to Mr. and Mrs.  Thomas ��� Elsmore on <��� Thursday  morning', July 21st.  u There is a bad lire near Kifcch- .....  ene'r and another near ihe tunnel I iH/f  onthe upper Moyie lake.. \\.fjf  ���*e��i "oi �� uauiuuu arm starcea -��� ;, �� �����*������ '*.��^ "'u��"i|,  operations on the 100-foot level of |ftnd b^ Sunday nooa it had passed  the big producer to bore  of onethousaud feet.  a  depth k��fcween ami beyond these prop-  They Had a Picnic  KST VltLISIIKU   1807  '.'   I  R Bl  Head Office  Bealerfj isiWell  ;   dINSURANCE; and: MINING-     / ;  and INVJESTMEISTT BROKERS.  CRANBROOK, B. C  The Sunday1 school children of  the ��� Methodist church, together  with  their, parents   and  friends.  erties. It passed close to thebuil  dings of the I&ttet* property and  only.'the back "firing of' Charles  Farrell and his meu. saved them.  Alfred Itraginton's place, which  lay in the path of the fire, was  untouched, but some -90 cords of  wood belonging to Felix Desaul-  j nier that was piled along the outskirts of his place  were burned  i    i     j i-  i ��p i    ���    ���        -^    ,     ;. oB.ii i.a ui nts  piace  wero  onrned.  had a delightful picnic party-last1 rpi'.���        ,                    >;���,���         ,   -  irr   i       i        r       '    '         .          .    |This, makes , over   300���cords    of  Wednesday afternoon,   when  theI    ������,, ,:.��� ,,    ���_.���.,__ . ��� .  im:  Another consignment of the  "PASTIME" Washing  Machine  Guaranteed to wash clothes quicker and cleaner and  operate easier than any other washer made.   For sale bv  J. W. FITCH  to  PR!)  ���% MOYIJS'S    LEADING    HOTEL- (f  I  i  Hotel Kootenay  The l)est of accommodations *  for  the Traveling, Public.  Large and Commodious Sample Rooms.. Billiard Rooms.  McTAVISH 4 CAMERON Proprietors.  I  "r  I  For the most fastidious dresser we have the  Nicest Assortment of Mens' Shoes  fit the newest American lasts. Oxford shoes in all colors  from $4.50 to #5. See our new 20th CENTURY SUITS.  Buy one and be well pressed.  K.  A.   HILL.  Wednesday afternoon  officers and  teachers carried out  their arrangements in   fine  style.  Tue children met at the church  at 1:30.    After  marching  to   the  lake(they found E. A.  Hill and  l.jn.  Evans   with   two   launches  and a barge' to convey the, p.u-ty  to the grounds of the Porto  Rico  Lumber   company  on   the   west  of   the  narrows  north of town.  The children were very soon enjoying   themselves' with-   swimming, .swinging and other  games,  and there was a very interesting  baseball game by  the grownups,  chiefly composed of ladies.  " ,One  side, was   championed   by   .Ben.  Evans and  tho  opposite side by  Rev. S.  Cook,   the pastor.    The  pastoiys   toim   was   the   winner.  Ample reirestiments were provided for all by  tho ladies  of  the  school  and friends.   About  nine  o'clock,in the evening a return for  home was made, a very tired  but  happy crowd singing  and   chear-  iug along the route.     The crowd  was brought ,back to town in   the  launches   of    Messrs.    Hill    and  Campbell   who   also   towed    the  scow and another boat.       Everyone seemingly enjoyed themselves  and there was cheer after  cheer  for the launch owners and for all  all who helped to make tho picnic  a success.  wood that Mr. Desaulnier has lost  by fire this summer.   ��  The heaviest \ losses  have been  entailed by the  Consolidated  Mi-  mng^hmelting.compan'y, despite illJorrow  nnd   will   remain  the desperate fight put up by its  Thursday of next week.  emDlovensi at tha Sfc. T^iio-^no mine  Patrick Head, formerly  of  The, bartenders of Moyie and  Cranbrook are.planniug foi* a ball  game at Fort SteeleOshortly,  The' Moyie baseball team 'will^  probably playrthe Nelson team  in that city about August 15th.  Charles Stevens,   of. the   East  Kootenay Bottling    .Works   at  Cranbrook, was in Moyie Wednes  day. , , '���"' ' _  The Spokane Chrouicle is now  issuing a morning edition. R. A.  Smith is the Moyie agent for the  paper. ,  d  D. G. McPhail, manager of the  Porto Rico Lumber Company, was  over, to,. Nelson on business the  first of the week. s     ��� '   '' ,  -, Miss Jessie "A. Stewart of Grand  ^���"orks,has .accepted tlio position  as teacher of tho primary division  of the Moyie school.  D. Wadds, of Wadds Bros., photographers, will be  in   Moyie   tb-  iiutil  ^^���^4-  &&&*&&&&&l&&&&&$&&&^&~\  Sanitary  Regulations  Constable Browning, has , had  notices posted notifying the people of Moyie that in future" all  refuse, garbage, etcd shall be  hauled and deposited at tho spot  marked by 'a flag' as a dumping  ground north of town, and no ref-r  use shall be dumped within 150  feet of the main road.- - 'No;' garbage, tin cans or refuse will be al-  Imperial Bank of Canada,    j  Capital  Authorized���������  Capital Subscribed   $10,000,000.00 t  ���--���.-$5,575,000.00  -5,330,000.00,   ���-5.330.000.00  Capital Paid Up-  Reserve   Fund������~  BRANCHES   IN BRITISH COLUMBIA  Cranbrook, Arrowhead, Golden. Kamloops, Michel,   New  ���-..., ~*......���~, ��.r. r.���r-t ���   �����"���   Miche'  Fernie; Nelson, Rerelstoke. Victoria, and Vancouver.  1 Drafts and Money Orders sold avaibie in any  f part of the World  m : Savings Bank Department  f Interest allowed on deposits from  date of deposit. S  MOYIE BRANCH. H. W. SUPPLE, Manager,   f  Cambrian Meeting  The regular annual meetiug of  the directors of the Cambrian Mining- Company, Limited, was held  at the resilience of Charles A.  MacKay iai Moyio on the 20th.  The board of directors for the ensuing year is as follows:  President���James IC. Hyde, of  Reading, Kaumis.  Vice Piesident and Treasurer���'���  A. B.Cooper, of Spokane.  Secretary���Charles A. MacKay,  of Moyie.  W. W. Miller, of Ossago City,  Kansas.  William gpurcks, of Seattle.  The K and II cigar has jumped  to prominence through the ex*  ellent flavor of the tobacco out  of which it is made.  employees at the St. Eugene mine  to save its property.', Over three  miles of flumes has been destroyed, iu addition to a considerable  quantity of mine pole3 and timber, manufactured for use in the  St. Eugene mine. The loss to the  company will probably total $10,-  000 or $50,000.  In Moyie for several days there  was a keen feeling   of   anxiety.  Property holders looked up  their  insurance policies,  and in  many  case3 increased   the  amounts  of  them.   In   several  homes  everything was packed and tho  people  were ready to flee for  their lives  at a  moment's   notice.     At the  fire hall everything was in   readi-  nessin ease any of  the   buildings  in town caught.  But the bulk of the fire fighting was done by the Consolidated  Company, they having had some  30 men employed' continuously  from the start. They had an extra pipe line laid and kopt their  buildings and the surrounding  grounds' well wet down. The  company made a good fight for  the protection of their proyerty  and the town. The C. P. R. firo  rrngen-s and those in the employ  of the government must also be  given credit for doing good work,  ��Ithough handicapped by a lack  of men.  Moyie, aud Miss Bride Driscotfc were  married at Rosslaud on the' 20th.  They will live at Rossland.  ;, Mrs. U. A. Ayres was taken to  the hospital at Cranbrook last  Sunday and on Mouday was operated on for appendicitis.    ,  The raffle of the Edison  phonograph  and records   of Mrs.   Mc-  lowed to l^ accumulate l< arouud  buildings or stables any,longer  than is necessary to* have same  collected and hauled to th'e nuisance ground. Any person*found  depositing garbage or other .refuse in,any other place than specified will be prosecuted. Constable "Browning says be has been  around town and has noticed  some bad places, and that unless j  these are cleaned up prosecutions j  will follow,  Western Federation  The annual  convention  of  Western Federation of   Minen  now in  session   at   Denver.'    '  report of the",executive  com.!  tee, while pointing out some  dl  gers threatening the orgauizatf  was' optimistic in its general te.{  It stated thai last year' had   bf  one'of the mpst prospermia in  annals of the, federation, and $  during the year $250,000' ,was ��  pende'd for the'relief striking  ners.     The" executive ' commi'.j  strongly   approved  the   six-li  law in  Kevada,   where  exces  heat made short hours impera'  to the health of,the man. '  f  Ifv--  II ft  fit*'  a fit  mffl  9%V  lv/'  JArtj  Moying to Spokaai  Mine Rescue Stations  Three Years the Penalty  It appears that there has been  considerable, '-swiping" of sawlogs  dorio on Moyie lake, and many of  the guilty parties -do-not Seem, to  realize the seriousness of the offence. The penalty is three years  imprisonment, and it.matters not  where these logs are picked up,  whether iu a boom, drifting in  the water or on shore.  Donald, will take place on Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the  Miners' Union hall.    -  M; W, Elley of Fernie, agent for  Heintzman & Co.   pianos,   was   i  town a few days ago  aud  made  arrangements for the sale  of  ouo  of his high class instruments.  ���  V. Desaulnier, who was operated on a short time ago for appendicitis,- is getting along very  nicely at the Cranbrook hospital,  and will probably be home Sunday or Mouday.  A.t the meeting of the Knights  of Pythias of Moyie to be held  next Thursday evening tho officers for the ensuing term will be  installed. A social session will  follow aud icecream will be served.  Fred Chipman, who has been  employed as a' machinist at tho  concentrator of the St. Eugene  mine for the past year, i.s now  filling a similar position with the  Neison Iron Works.  The officers and teachers of tho  Methodist Sunday school desire to  express , their thanks to all the  friends who in any way helped  to make the picnic such a success  on Wednesday of this week.  The mines department of B. C,  of which Premier Mclii-ide is head,  has placed orders with   the  Drae-  ger Oxygen Apparatus   company  of   Pittsburg,--Pa.,   for   complete  mine   rescue apparatus   for   the  equipment of  three  mine  rescue  stations in the coal   mining  areas  ,. . of British Columbia.      One of the  n I stations   will   bo  located   ou   the  Crow.    It is expected   that   these  statious will be e-tabllshed before  the close of the present year.  Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Stinson *  their   two children  left  Monf  for Spokane, and will make   t||  home on  their recently  acqul^  placerat Greenacres.    Last FrilBI  evening   ,at     the     Presbyte-J  church, Mrs. Stinson was  p^e  ted with a  cut  glass  cream' \j  sugar set by  the  Ladies'  AicJ  the   church   and   the  choir.   i|5^..  Stinson will reb irn-to Moyie f fPfIi[>  short   time,  but  will eventu'"^l|-"  make his home on his  -'���  new pi  High School ��ntracce Results  Syduey Elmer, who was   raised  in   Moyie,     was     one ��� of     the  eight .successful candidates from  Cranbrook    to     pass    tho    high  school entrance examinations held  in   that  city  recently.    The one  candidate  from   Moyie   failed   to  pass.     All seven candidates from  Fernie   passed,  and  five   out   of  seven from Cro-iton passed.     Cap  itola Hickey of Erickson, a former  resident of Moyie, wa3 ono of the  two candidates from   that  school  to pass.  C. N. R. Branch for OkaoagifM  ���       ' w  A   dispatch   from     VtlUcot M  states that next year  the  Ct Mr,  dian Northern will .build a bra ^f**f-  line from KamIoop3  through   ���?��'  Okanagan district.    A   reconn ;|y  sauce   survey   of   the  route   |]rfl'fj  been   made.     Generally  this   jM".  lows the old stage road traver f1'"'3  Grand Prairie  district. Camp,',  creek aud the upper S.ylinon j- j'  valley. i:  N  i  Building Road to  A   force of 20  m m   are   d   ii  construction work ou   the   wa [f  road    to   the   Sxiety   Girl    n  t!  There are about two miles of i fy.  to be built. ���(  Soreness of the muscles, whether iuduced by violent exercise or  injury, is quickly relieved by the  application of Chamberlain's Liniment. The liniment is equally  valuable for muscular rheumatism  and always affords quick relief.  Sold by Moyie Drug <fc Stationery  Co.  Game Was Galled Off  The football match between Mo  yie and Cranbrook which was  billed for last Sunday at Aldridge  was called oft oh account of the  fire that was so dangerously close  to the grounds. Au effort will be  made to have the ganio a week  from Sunday.. Albert Gill will go  to Pernio tomorrow to attend a  mooting of the association.  - FURNITURE -  =div   . 7 ���:���;������-. :-1. ���   '   '������.��� :���  Two new carloads to select from at the  ^ANBRQ0K(0:OPfRAriVESQRE$  LTD.  Cranbrook  ��� *  [:,?��&"<���'  i  ;y?*w  ::?$���  ...        V  ���vt. yVi>  <-.-j  hm& >  - '  )?^|'     ''   -  ���^"tV1  r  TTTK IdEADlv.".. MOVIK. IJS4ITISTT COIdfdMMTA.  JilE MOYIE LEADER.  Pablitlieu in the interest oi thg.yicop.o  of Mirrie aiul East K_ootenny.  F. J.'SMYTH, P"i:*.isin-J.'.  ' One Year  M'll^Ll.ll HON  .   . .   82.00  K1UDAY, JOLY'22, 1910.  liijuoi merchant advcrti-.es a  blend unknown on this side of  the water. Id is evidently a  mixed drink.  Jack Johnson may be elected an alderman iu, Chicago.  Is that a step up or down for  a prize fighter?  y\\��  O. O.  It take.*, a judge to be funny.  One iu Berlin lias told a plaintiff that lie must go out and  find Dr. Cook as ;i witness.  Isn't that about" the biggest  iob in-history?  Despair andDespondeticy \g^g^^> ���,*>��� ...  dail> ..urdui of iH-'.eulti. old puin K-cuisl- oi ilrorde.s >i��-l  erj.i^cmcnts of the _k-l��cate J.nl imiiortr.it oi^jn*. llvi. ..r-  Unnctly fcm.-.iinc.     Thc tortures so br.ively endured com-  IS  despai  n  d  d    -      ...  ..-. -.     .. ���   ....  pleti'Ij. upset the nerves Jf ion;! ont.n-joi.. _  Dr.-fierce'.   Favorite   1'rc.rriptioii   !*���   ���<   PomHyc   ci:n*   ljr  weakness end disease of the fe.n'i'ii'.; or&im-.i*'.  ' ' IT MAKES WEAK WOJnEN STRONG,'  ' SICK   WOMEN   WELL.  It allays 'nflamnuition, licals uleeratiftn end soothes pnin.  It tones and builds up (he ner\es. It 1U-* for wifi-lioud  nnd motherhood. Honest medicine dealers sell it, and  hn\e nothing to 'urge upon >ou as "just ns flood.  It is non-iecret, non-alcoholic nnd has a record of (orty >ears of cures.  Ask  Voun NniomioKS.    They probably know of some of it's many cures.  If you want a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to cure  them at home, send 31 one-cent stamps to Dr. fierce to pjv cost of innilinij  only, nnd he -will send you a free copy of his tfrcut lhousuiid-pu{!e illusuuled  Common Sense Medienl Adviser���revised, up-to dale cdifion, in paper covers.  In handsome cloth-binding, 50 stamps.    Address Dr. II.V. Pierce, Hull**..., -\.l .  ^  .Minei.s' Union   hull.  ,   S.-j'-iu n\u\i ,  Odd J'Vll'>v.-�� coidially inviud. j  N. W. r.i-iii-KTi,        F. .I..^..ii'r.'i,     J  Koble Grnn'l. S*.-i'y     -\  M. Jt'i,fciJ.i'  i I'M   -*,.,.  K. of P.  - *���'���?' ���/-1   N*���'*-'��� fc c vf iy Tin*is-f.r \  >:-,' JrOo'l .'/-. rpiimV       Ul      flJcU-0{,0!  v'A'^^yfivcnin'K    i"    A-'i-  V^X^ijy liiill-iit S1 < 'c.ocl;.   Yi-  ~v'    itiiiRbret',rtn'.Vi.,Icon3i  ' K.d\.JI'ii.i.  K.   J..   &.   S.  K, D, .S'jj.n.sox,  Chni col lor Com.  &>  Stationery, Cigars, Pipes, Tobaccos- Ch...r  r    "** -�������!��  olDtcs. and All Kinds of   AsSdI 7V^ i   rf&m  ,     I-resh Frail in Season and sin 0^ ' - *' &*C"'  SPECIAL '   ;'  Full and Complete Slock of Fishing Tackle  and See Display in Wiiiclofv.   Ju;-. 0"     '  ,     LUCKY LG*\F ICU CREAM I>AR|.UI<  R. A. Smith'"'  =   "n p-o.bioci,  ' . ' Alov'/e,!' c  , tTIio Catholic; church and convent nt Namiituo wker,e destroyed  by iiro recently.  The C. P. 1!. .telegraphers in  15.'C. have been grinned 'a Foveu  per cent, a'dvance in siihn ios.  one.  Ic i-s only* a mittor of a few  liours before the i\i>t sod -on ihe  Kotlle valley,,mil way ''will Jiave  been ttii-iie_.l and the dirt will be  flying. .   ' .  Those Forest Fires  Surely   some  plan  can ' be  ,i\*orked   out  whereby the clc-j  '.structiou of  so  much   timber  find otlicr  properly   by  forest  fires will be k-s.sened.     It is a  safe estimate that this year already 'between    Fernie     and  Kootenay Landing" thc  forest  fires     have    .caused     losses  no-greg-ating-    5100,000,     aud  probably   $J-50,000   would   be  " nearer the mark.  'The    present    system     of  fighting fires as carried on   by  'the government and the C. P.  ��� R.    seems   next   toi useless.  No    doubt _, it   is    all     right  in its way.but it  is  not snffi-  cientl}*   thorough.     It   is   al-,  ways too. great  a  length    of  ^ ^ -   ���. .  fi  lmic from when tiie fire starts*  ���uutil it is discovered, and when  found it has' had  too  great   a  start to  be   coped with,, by  'a  small force of men.  -'   There seems to be onlv one  t ,        1     v- *        r  "feasible plan aud that is, to  place men on beats, say of  ' 10 ..miles " each, during the  months of July* and August,  and furnish.each' man' with a  .speeder, so' that on 'the railroad lie can cover thc distance  quickh'.      In   this   way  fires  would    be    discovered    before j champions almost a cinch  on   the  they had gained ain*   headway j trophy, so  far  as  this  series  of  games is concerned". The second  game will be played tomorrow and  it is not afc all likely that Montreal can win by more than ~six  goals, supposing that team should  be victorious.' I'temier McBride  faced oil'the ball at last, week's  game,  �����-��*��9s**9WW**&a<**��*666    .POSTAL    PHOTOS.  t   ' ���    TO THE POINT,        {&      ' ���      ;   SjIUI   ,fl.   ��.��.'lB<-, >'<������  |      WORLD'S   DOINGS       |  m <e>  (V  'Tho fun   of   traveling   to   most  people    i$.   how  much  money  it  coo.s.  c  When they aro yours  they nio  nerve?;    when homebody     else's I  I make a   specially  tal   Photo   work.   ' . Prices,   4  for 50, cents! or $1.25 a dozen.  Ml SS v LOR A DEA G ON.  v*"W^   -��� ftJi.ti   ,f J��   i<��-��iK��'��  ���*>*����� *'*��  ["OS.    *. %?4mihp.     ,A.r. ��A?ai.   ,  '       I -5* ^Sffi  \^\yJ^\ '  I -^vw^^p? ltcgulur   mei'tiiijj-*  r 7-.,,  I ^"HmJ^Wt 'on the   Oihb AVed-  mm  temper. .   , ,  Al-.iny questions arc unasked bo-  cniiso of fear b�� the unswor.  ' A poor imitation of" good   manners is butter than none utall.  High grndo l_itumi.io.i-. conl haf-!    The m|in who takfJS victory as,a  been'found at Midway. ' One ��e.tm \ nmUep fjf ^^^ lnakc>3   the   most  ��V����rocoiitlyiuicovoredau��l1pros.;ejccUiSOgi11 d'efeftti ,     y       '  pec tors are at work  on  ii  seecud    '. r���   .    ���    ,       , , .,  Tf tho fool and his money  were  inseparable,    there  would   be  no  get-iich quick sjehemes.  Tho best argument is one's own  conviction. .  Any settled policy is bound to  ,meet more or less   opposition. >'  '  A man starts oui" expecting to  get rich and ends up thinking" he  is lucky to keep out of tho ' poor-  house; y   . ���" ���   ���  Ifc is difficult to arou-e a , man's  enthuoiastu by showing him'a  photograph of himself'when n  baby.  O >7,D1.:SAL*JA*1KU.  in: u.i:ri  jn  .tff  i<*5il;iy  '..of    each , jvtV  l��'-"-^rr.   *       niontli. .' M'j  VU'iiitjg brelliron wc-homo,        '    \\i)  ,/      Jf.'Chnpmiin, \V.���:.!.'   ���       ,   ! [\\)  N. "W. Jiuniott, Secretnry.     I \jj/  ���*��������-���^���������f���        11��� ��� i ii m m iiiiiihii   mm in m il nn f \*r  Moyie' .Miners' ' Union!'|j  , T^ Qun&TioN i  No.'71, W, F, of M.  w  ��� " ruoMPT dl':'ljVhr"*i'  Q,ueeiis' A*i7e.r  .Moots in Miners,' l'nion' Ih\ 11 cv- [' W  j ery Snturdnj- evening. , S-journ-' W  J ing members aro cotdiully im itcd i \\)'  ; \t?   V'.p, BOX H10  .lame*- Uobt-rt*.' w      i,  Srrri'liM ,'vf_  mIh re   l<j  I*-!-   *�����.u.  inKf,'I  Our Sanitary Botf|_oB %  tuniMHUrni, (K.mfiJr.   '  ij*u oiiif.es' n,;..li; ,/   ,,  ���'<ilc> niul (,U,,-r ;,,',.J. \ l"  f-U-ry   tin  oi.It |d. 4  trccrt.1 -a   Vit,^:i,,, -J:  'Jim.'-. v.K.ii..|,.  to ^atioiul.  MOYJEI Albert Gill,  J'f.'t-i.l. iii  ."East "Kooienay Bolting "C  ,    Cr��nbrcolc,' B.C.,  0,  I'JHttE-  Recently Vancouver . had n  cleaning 'uii'day and' about '400  wagon loads of dirt wero .scraped  together .and .carted out of the  city'.       ' >'    .' '' '     '  ���During tho month of, June the  Crow's Nest .Pass Coal Company's  mii;.sat Michel and Coal Creek  produced 110,-117 tons, the' largett  monthly output in tho,history of  these collieries.    , *    Q  t -  The'establishment "of a paper  mill at Wardner is a' project that  is being discussed by mtny, business men of .East Ivootenay. r -The  prospects for the success of- bucli  a plant are very bright.  P.eforo 10,000 .spectators, the  iS-owyWestminster lacrosse team  defeated the Montreals by a score  of 10 to 1, giving  the 'Miuto cup  C'Pe' R; Time'Table  Joseph's -Convent.  ��� i  -> ' Ni-i-so.*, n. a.  ,   i ��� - '-  iJo.irdinEf and I'-iv  f*clici>l   rni<:i;cl7,  ed b/SistcrsXif Wr. Jo-cpl;,>7'Lon,  li.    O.    ' Coiiimeri'i.i,!    ,111:1!     !>iini:n>''  couise-.il f-pcci.i -: vr ' 17\-ci 11' nee   .intij  'swiTt   jirogrt-fj ��i'lijiini",c-,i;if   1-icli   tie '  IMiln'u-nl.    l'liri'iHj,   tin.ul.I   ywile   fyi  p.tri i<-u'..iri=.    Oiiu'iiviiiii   .*.-'��11 n *>   Ilu*  pulfiic 1 of   tl'-t-   tl!.)io'"j;l>iJt'.-.-  ,'.)f   llie  ,SisLt.i��' iiitittio.U   ol  Leii.liuig.    Tetnis  oomin.nco Jiiiuitiry,   April   suid {Ser--  ''unils me aduiiiU'd duriut: term, y  Harvey,'  McOartdi' ,& ] %   Macdonald.  13 .rri'd, r,, So'.ii-i'on., Xol.,.-*c.s Eu     ) \% ( E--3 \T ' Alfl HP'   1\TU ^V ^ I  Westbound  Nor 213    Local r  No. 7,       Sjo Spokane  Eastbound  No) 2M   Local  No. S��     SSoo-Spokone     3.20 p. m  1:20'p. m.  , 1:10 p.m.  2:.j2 4D. 'm.  and would be easily extinguished. Say, for instance, during the months of July and  August 30 men were employed  to patrol the Crow line from  Fernie to Kootenay Landing,  their wages foi* the two months  Knt $4 a day would approximately 'be ,$7,200. This  would be a mere bagatelle as  compared with the present big  losses bv fire.   -  Coming Events  Editorial Notes  Fires   to 'the   right   of  fires to the left of us.  us.  One thing the Americans  can claim for Jack Johnson���  he is a "nathe soud'  Hot weather will turn cream,  hut it can't sour your disposition unless you agree Lo it.  Laying all jokes aside, this-  forest fire, proposition i.s a.  burning question:'7 7  Sir Wilfrid  Laurier afc Nelson,  August 20.  Kevo.stoke Fall Fair, September  G and 7.  New Denver Fruit Fair, October  1.  Spokane Intorstato   Fair,   October 3 to 9.  The Royal Seal   cigai    lias been  before tho smoking  public  for a  dozen years.    It ia made in Nelson )  and    can    bo    bought   in  nearly \  every mountain town. j  STUl' .AT 'J Ji*-  COSMOPOLITAN "..''  L    ,  /'HQsT'FlI..'i1'  1 1 -  '      *  .     . -WHEN IN  "   "     CRANBKCOK  K. II.. S.1IAI.I., Bl8iim.-cr. >  Good rooms, good * talilop nnd   bur  and first class samule room?'.  Cr  ������T--J  W..F. GURD,  , ', L  '    JiAititiaxKit. sf>i.iciToit,.'KTc  CRANBROOJC.  B.  ds. f: e. miles *.  ��� t Dentist,  S ��� o.'  ! Cranbrook,        '    15,  C  George K Thompson', .  liAiunsTER,    Solicitor  ,  \- ���      ,r' ' *> '   ,  '<.'.     Notaiiv Punuc, itc.  (JKANUlloblv,   '"��� BKi-n.su Coll'mii'ia  ��n  The meanest ��� inau is the  one who would sneeze in his  .wife's gauie of solitaire.  ''     ''Holy smoke!'' A common  exdaination    in,   .Moyie    this  week. I1'.", ' - ''���-, 7  Movie's noble armv of fire  fighters are heroes of tiie hi<.-h-  est type.  Thos. Summers  Cigars,   Candy,      Fruit   and  Confectionery.  TOYS,    NOTIONS    IvTC.  South   Victoria   St.  &  In this man's day Uiero wns  little chance for the chap who  started out in life as a workman with no special ti.-iininjj.  He was foiedoomed to woik  for .small waives until tinally  disri-.ialifiec. by okl aj;e. Wi.h  YOU it is diffident. If 3011 ate  not veiling ahead as fast as you  .should in your chosen occupation, Uie I. C. S. will help you.  A rccoic] ot over 30 yerus of  remarkable success in tiaminj*  tlioiisands of ainhiiious wage  earner, for better positions aiid '  increased oai nines' enables us  to state positively that wc can  help \ou, no matter how >cant  your lime, money, 01 education  may be. Don't neglect any  pos-lble chances fur t.dv.i;*. e-  men_. Send this coupon NOW.  Jewell  Express and General ��� Delivery Business. ' Livery and  Feed Stable.  WOOD'   AND    C0AI  For   Sale  W. R: BEATTY   \    '  1  J-i-itn.lii."i nnd UnJeiliil:r*r,  Phone 9.    ,  Money'invested around Crestoi'dis safe as in the L-i  ; Ivn'gland.    The growing of fruit there.is no longer:  . j meut-- the fruit speaks for itself.  t.-r. ih \-;u;f.,( .],,!���  C��.vN*DRO0K  ==rr=rr-= j A large tract*of this land has been placed ii  5.  11. v. i',,.i.", v u ' *-�� dispose,of in Moyie. at '  l^lcVITTIS'& PARKER 1 i��^  ' -    Phomnci \i. Fja.nt. Sur-M-vixii       |  I It MI.'.V \Y   .'.   MIMSC    IINGIMXIIIX. S  1 ^ !  i Eslin..;_es Furnished.  j Ol-'Mfl.'S  **' i-'oit S.ec-k* P. O. l.v.x 2.*5.  Cr.inbiool- P. 0. I}..* tl. '  1 nil  $/5 per acre, by the block.  i  j   ,      This is not a wildcat town lot, p'roposilion, brl:  1 legitimate investment.    Vou can see ' what  vou .�� ;���'  ��� Come iu and k-t i\s talk it over.  Li'uvo Oiilt i*-- :il  Uw\ ni-.c'h fc'K-iie.  J Moyie  l.titii-li  (jw.umbin  m<y*   VOLK  ! Cigars  ti  ���tut  .0  accos  Fruit  *na  a-  Coofecli -I)  j  , If you want auvtliing in the  line of clothing or men\s fi:r-  nishings, tiy  C, A,  Tl s~^  IE  "Finest  old    Scotch  key,   made  iu   Du  and  is th  e wav  w Ins-  Win, Ivng-  a  Japanese  Motor    Boat Supplies  ..and.     'y  Gasoline Fngines.  We havo the largest and   best  as-.  sorted stock in tbe  interior of 13.  CJ.     Anything   used   on   a   motor  boat  vvo   have  got  it.   .Wo'are  ngents Tor   The Oaille  Perfection 1 '  ���Motor Co., and we keep'in  stock.!*  a number of motors  at alp times. | *  so ' before  pnrehasii  call aud inspect thom.7 They  arc-  high in quality but  low  in   price.  Write -for  catalogue  f and price li_sfc.  Thomas Sargent  .     INTE-iriMIO.Al CORSESPONDEKC. SCilOGlS  Dax V91I. SCRANTON. r*A.  GEORGE, C. EGG,  Local Representative,  P. 0. BOX 39   -    FERNIE, B. C  ��� I'le.iSff cxpt;iin, without lut-rncr ohti^.iiion on mypnrf    -  ��� lioiv  I c;i'n  <1u.-1.ifv f-jr   a   Iarycrl sHl.-try atiij  .vlvanc.'  *  ��� mon: to tin: |Kiihi<i;i before wbic'i   I  Ikivc niMrkcl X,  ���  A-l Writer  S-iuw-Card XVtMei  Window Trln.ni.T  Civil Scivk-e H\.nr  OrnninrnlfilJ )csii;  Mechanical Kn;;lt  Mrc!t.itiU'ntDri.t:s  !-"or'i.-iN.-,n M-tcliini'  nii:ctrk.ll linj'iii'.-  Klculrlci.in  1,:r.vL-r-S:.itli.*n Sup  Architect  A.cty.  I-)iyi(ts:mn  St/uctiuiil Kniclneer  birt:t:tural Draftsman  C>ntrnt-t(>r ft llull.-hr  -Virciirvn Plum'.cr    .  Civil  Eiiyiac'cr  U.K.. Ci:n ittULt'a En;,'  SiiTV(,'v(/-r-  Miniri); Hr.��;'acer  CNr-mist  U.iokkrr|.cr  ���  ���SUrnogr.iphcr,  ��^r elsewhere ; ���   '���  ���  CMv   T '<������   C    O- C   -��  THE TAILOR  We carry in stock the goods  to m-iki* an up-to-date suit  made iu town, or wc can get  you a. special ordered suit  made to your measure. .We  have reacly-to-wear:Canipbe11 's  .clothing^the best made and  fitting clothing in Canada. y  ;, .Underwear,,, shirts, collars,  j ties,'belts, summer hats and  ������ nearly evtrything-in'.the line  I of  furnishings   at.   reasonable  * prices. ,   ,     ���  l-\    A!!..our goods and work giiar-  ��� auteed.   Cleaning- pressing and  Jrcp.airi.ij.. done.'  I'PvOM  A. B. Sleyyari  oyie  ��@��%@%m8>% e@��,@@@@��sf <3  eer  l>i:.��AUI.Mi:il      ItKOS,    !',.,,���.  f..��r,e   sMmple   luuni    in    cuiueclioii I *3  witlrhouse for oonmyerciui men. Best  Of uicomnioilalion.  'As madc'by the pi cent lirowcr i** ailinitl11''-''!  Ci-t P-eci in Id.st Kofileimy.   Willi Hi"!'1"- ''  ,uid tho I-iiicst Sjjiing Wiiloi it i- inn"1'"''1'''  Mii-ility.    riiM��t.ou ha\ing .Moyie Jlt-ei.  lurrn.Ki) and dkaft ijkkk  ^7  Hoiiilqiiiirtcra   f6r   Commercial .md iMi.!'iic,'*\..:n.  QUKEX.SAVK1  U  id.i  m-  T*-'I7    l'*A:'f',*  IC(  r  P.O. 15 ��172. .  8.a,)!..y  ot-  ^trean^.i'anpr  i'\V ti   ��� \yi ivil  Di-s.-v.-i-v i:-.::-i;  1.   il'.-MH.-.   I  |-f>J>.  SEND YOUR    WO'HK   TO   THE  KOOTENAY  ��� "' STEAM"  LAUNDRY.  . " '.'���     nklsox  Air White Labor.      !  MUELL^E, &  HESSE,   PK0PS.  _ \ ���*���'���    :,'3MCo'sri5ry33'_  S MOYIE  <.���"���  SJ*  a*  ��  i  .lave woik with  tho    local n^n't  A.B.  STEWAiRT  .-���.      ;"_ P. ldj.OI-INS,TON,Fi-oP  This  hptiel   is   new, and   well- fnrni  tallies are supplied'with the.best thc markc  The bar is filled !with the   best   brands  and cigars. y  .I-jTe.-a.'clqLif.-irters I'of  COMMERCIAL A.ND.-MINING'Mt.M  ,',hccl.   f  led .iff��'-  Iklii11  J    MOYIE,' .      - B-rUisIiColtii^  fr 44X);��e����<ra��4��9��;����<�� ���������� 0����99f>^ ����������� ��������c' ***** :iicc Choc.t; -
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JE7?iT /s 7Vc/ /« Ft///, for the First Time,
V^the Story of "Bill" Pickett's Life and
Death  Straggle in  a  Mexican Arena,  Bombarded the While 'with Missiles   Thrown by>
Hostile Spectators   ,   <
'BILL" PICKETT
Oklahoma Half-Breed Cowboy
BY W. C. .THOMPSON.
<Convrf»-li!. 1910. In- liio S-cw .orlt lli-ril.l Co   All rl^lits re*or.eil 1
IT  -\\ Ul  come ns  ti  surprl-p by the people ot  tills
couiUrv lo learn tlmt nn Ameiloun l> <4-t* only nun
1,1. Ss lljt 11.   ikl'l 'I   1 III'   (I 111 I I . 1  I   ■      I '  J   II    I   , I -!    '.  .1
! .i.hI   giudj,i'igli   leiuhnl   ll...   pui_iiss.on   ;»i'i
til", illy suci.ii il i* s bebne.
,      Tin-   l.ull   th g   ui.i'i ir'-i-.   mm h   ii'  •' <• 1   nt
' **«.( ape I rum Hie -in 'viia'd 1" Ml in ii In v, I, it ll ll,ei :
1 the imcli es, ,il'"ii>p'id   t> it,!!)!])*!.   ,1'in nun   tin
<cIl.*,tion   .mil   d'-inls-   Ilu*   -;p . 1:01-    lint   Mi    Aill-
".i'i _-i i.fKjicd him! n ady i. Ill id in dm,* c iaeiu St -, uomil
not ngioe .        '
'•Tim (in* din'ir Ins fnila.h'i-* "1 Kit! Ir^ I'^-l i'.n-
Jillu,1' lit- ahnimd ipiii Mr. "Int m-i hive i'iIh bull-*
just a-, savage l'l kill wiil unit .-ini o, _.• ul iln-iii
j on phk "
A new license v> is In oni li.ii"-, befoie ilie i.en-
plu-sed liiioip-ai lo .ni'l pies ili'tiii* could li.liiii' niiitr
evf-u-.cs,, and uhil" tliu \i.,'ll in. ui'''t* A: iciK.in uonion coiupl k pnilv < nntri itul.ilpd I ii.'i'l vi-h (■-. !i Una
homo-, x*»c-ij.ii,*tton-a. for Hi.' m.i'l .-tiiygle iit'it! oi
ft.'.UP-.
As a <,ubs(lln|p bull M. TJ,!-, t*io i ilpuUfcil rnjnll
pii.ipnt.i    .little   .'.can )    lmh   :1s;   ; .Id,    vi   iv    .*n«_
Vilckcd  .1  C.'l'll'lllp   "IS   lilllltO,  Hill   fi V, ,1 l.iiJl?   l!.s  ''ill   |o
ccui-b.it. xn   I.I   Toi<*o  si JI-..    Tho   bull   was   bud   m
tin*     famous    T( pPI  llltl lll'D     f,l. II Kill   .1.        Ill-     Miii*-,
thick, ))o\\pifnl iii1,!. ii .1, ii. ir in1! (. llin to the r-\\x'-
i fenced liniJiONiiiiu p.uii nnie i»iii).l.v th in Uoi'.lto, for
It would bo Hiioi'i the :,cok fi".lllui:i- Hut I'i<kitt
would e.-ccit Ills -tioiiglh to t'iroii IJk* bust ll eiei ii"
suite, did in jelling ;i hold, t
Meanwhile an unfair ai.v i-',i.x;.r> of lis wis lulu,;
taken  III   the  nrcu.l.     A   t>icnli   !i-..t   bo'tid   was  dis-
Pl.l.llll     bl'JOIP     111.'     pti/Q    l*f     till?     p.lltlsll!     NjlPCLitvil >
|.(>.iiln« iu Spanish tl)i> ,ii]iir„iii'cii>(*iil -"I'.v ii-ijtipst
Ilunilo li.i-- bi-on \vti|i...'.ivin Anil .-un'iliii 1*1.11 sul,^ i-
(I7( '<!." 'J'Iip linj lit .liini., «t ionise, m.h Hi ,t ii.
1)1(1 lllfKlp tlio lt*fllH"t ill foilI" (if I-n'iilo's pi !«(>.>
'J'iic (loud 1ka\ led iii i.i^i> jiikI i'.i'i Niuji, i\ b.'. li n .Is J.t
Ui* 'Insii-i;;<-(1 ^licn lie <]l»f niicn*! tiie en] osilion .-rd
l'dMed ,i v'tnnd buMi'dn null llu> ciMi'li.il*, d.» 1 n,il..iii
tluiL liv oidcr of tin* •iiU.i<iini"s n nUv i,"iwl|t..,l
iiJ'lM'.'ii, aii'l tli.it the bull ill)*,' li) ,.;'*s..ii,) 1: ul silr.ud
J'YIJnli Clll'illlttl-lls <juite ,,s miii i!i.' a i ouili it.lnt.
Wo bad nliinueil to (ircsPiit »ui refill u- ' '-i 'is l.mi--
nfinieiii a-i f:t {iiilnitli-iiiy to tit iluUL i.eliieeii in<m
Jintl bull, but liio ticnii'i doiw Jiiidli-m'.' <nii!' noi I'-iits
it so. 'J'bcy cicmn'idi'd "111 feui/ lunoni.*'!'} ni'trc ..J
OKI.'iliuiii.i!" Tbp mail ';i-t f.u bull 'in jr bluod" :u d
li.'ttlJo, (nine lo tliem (liro.iuli m;iii'I-.iIioi)s \\.i-- 11,11111
tliom. Sootdtlioir .U'titurte bci.u a- iiicn.icii.t; .nil mu
delisted   1 '
.A mobr of (irojitr-Cio tlious.inl fio-'/io-l, l.nsirc
llftMC 111s, many in* ibci'i n:oiiio,i^r[;lc j'coii^, U not .1
foroo (o Vi'ttniel,. n 11 t.ijri.n.^1* ^\'r• ioLiLpiI I,i*'|.,h1 tie
b.m-lai-.s nnd tlio "Ur.ui li-liclu iT lurjn.i-Uuui.iu.i' 11 is
jiniiDunied.      ' "  ''     '
1 lici'O is no doubt (hit l'*.i.kcit li-ul ti'idpicstinnlrd
tbe :i-\\fnl d.in^i'i- of Ins unilciu'iiug'. II.s v!< toriPs in
tin* VinuiJimi Soulbuysl Ji.ul imido biiu 01-iucninidi^iit
of bis ptoMpss ITe b.id iicvpr even s>qen .1 Sj'-misl!
fi^hfin'.' bull, 1 nn! told, nnd .-1 li.s mind !i ul bkcciJ
(lie bl" bclloiii'ijr inons/ei-;, Qiiiioinifir nirn lift' :i:*J
sliPi|-.'tli nnd i.if,ro, unto the 1 Idoiis ToA.i- su-er-, ulilc i:
lie Ii.kI so oftpn roncjupi'id. Frijoll Cbiiiuif'i'i* sii-o .:nd
ji'ocln itlcs moic .W mocli like In*! b'jil.ii' Aincripiiu
inotliiis" .'is ;i wildc.it Is lil.c a cliipnin'ilc. And w lulu
tbo cowboy 5111s s.idrt.mK his liuisi; and ipooii in?r fiom
ti- m01 thicks <;iisRCsnons ns lo tho t.io'c'- to employ
linff n do/cii Uli'l'oruo - iiriupios ncrc ton) pntiuj; ,ii.il
toiliiriii? Ilir* bull in the cll'mt to arouse '.Jim to the
e\.tie-iie pltili of man luting fuiy.
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111 * 1   -Ih ".ii. 11 mind h .d foni'h   p'li-
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•uiii mwlli   ii*i|i.i*--ij i|     ^, iN b ipp, uui'.'     'J Ik   dn..-idi-il
I iiM u 1- li    uiii HI\ ( --ui^. In- lien!  h nil .ill bU ^'i<- it
*tnii-_i*i.     1 i'll/iii m^-    di.     1 ihc    ami     bev, ildci incit '
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I I   1 I.,11,11  ll c vol 1    -|inl t ■ 1   hud li_ Hin r      Hon   III) 111
d1.' Die »!i< !i_l'.   h . 1 i I 1 j.]-.t  Hi ■ -il lit. lion   1 pi bl.- 1 In
'iiii.i^c  ol   lb*-  .iifilnl   tne idol-  in'<'oi,ti|i.i, 1 011   i*il 1
thp ( * hi,.'lion 1 1 ,11 :   r. 1 11 in  t his h Hi d -li in^'pr fin,
Ih    l)u  lb'    A -Iioiii 1 I .t.i^ii  at (lie Ifrnoinhiioii. -j^iit
*.. p pi  th.( n^h ' he m i.s .11 <i so:i'c ni> • ( rn il In ^pi'-
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ti'ssc, II i,ji|'i*'" t 1 l!,.'i v t-p Irn i', li1-. .uit'ii..)iil-t, Imr
'tin* i.;nliiy .Kl'i "j lui1 thpi ii<M-t toil'itn^ en lu j
feci 'i'h" b nv!;r , 'i.'t^'i he "d 11 is t-1 nt leinh'f
lliCili'.e (-".li'd i.;i'i;i the li iriis b. the s-vii'it.1 -"
111 in '1 i.P hoid 1. I-. I'klii'U's fiioi.c ltd npiri ( -
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V HI I'll ln'i'll, .1 llllml i|llp>l|ill A (ll.fl I'll-llii li.
(liin'iii 1 Jib ( ctiicilp .!■< 1 ,ind I.iiV'n.'lit. struct, ll! .'
t'ltl il>    III' I       ■     \ t,ic it < limn- ol   ippt.lv |l .Hid   llll-l
I u.p ol   tils-; ;-n i- i'ii.s,|p<. folli)u i ,l      I'i  i i ll b	
(ji'ilr* .is I hsi   1! i!.,';; the 7ho'V< r .is s u u>^ linn-  I:
fioiil Ihi   I id   -. -ii i.-i ei uliillo:)-.
'4 in* s.pin' o'ip slui'd  1 -tin -»      It  ll|l  (lie lin Mc--'  'l '
■11  id mi" en the 1 ht i'i.   11 id di pit .1 stip \nt of bin. ,
It 11 ( iu -„l t' 1 ,1 ,1- unci,   ji p-.tti 111 tb ' -p,.|- Iipi i'i ,
..1   piitisl|  i'iit   111   lhp ri'ii> 'ih 1' hh 111 1 fid   pin. 1 ■ die,.-
I'i ibi. In ttl"s. 1 nit-., ,i'id pi pii muhicd l;un ps fi 11 up  11
Hip In .11 c 1 in* I) *i   11 lin 11,1s li.i 111 i .sir i'o:  h.- I Sip, -in .' *
J. iin'id, ny   1'.,! 1,1m1 Ijiiii^r.v bu'l     .Not cni. j»-n..  1
in ful .'ip,U liosiilp (,11 _ii-i- lifted hand m  1 oh (• in pi
ii "' 1,1 di Hi,, f.   1 .ui) liiil.i *. \:A> l.ltil.fr   The   iipiiihi*
bi <'ikrt v,,i_ ■„( ,ip,-.is . '1 Uf ,\!i'\ii in Iipi mil. m >.l ui   ,1
publi-'nd  ,i  ,i'i*'i.,i.i|ili OI   Ihe dp ulli   llller   ni'il p,.   1
iLe m-X.tut.iui on- Philip Pi  KI letpaicuil 'the l,'.>'''H
i'ii nt   oiitin,   pl.in I.i   e'ii.miiI   the   i.ll is,h ,   ,»   Hi  •.
■Cl)"\sf ' . 1
y, n , in ,ii> )<jtic (] -> 1.' Iplpss 1.1 *.'ii of u- h 1'idfnl ■_
A i'ii: i' .'11-, Ut .Mi|.-.Iirl li.i. l.i ill.- '•) 1 l.p pnl c
'Jhpi 1,111^'iid 111 oi'i fi' us I'i.'.elt's 1 011 l.o*- flip".1"
lilctuil 11 lib Mi S.llUi fur liru's-hu to utilii .
ullh AiiU'i .< .ui 1 HiTiMlj-i's. lilt the iiurli.'iin forb i' ■
Ifc and tne 11 i-pi I,p;il-, Knew one 11 hole-lie iMpiii
I'l.iln'ii UMiId li ll e fi I'ou pi I (Jill hits hpjC ii'p.M,!.-
ultli i".j)p> loi.ilkm** funn tljp nionlhs of 'flic Iiiini.ii.
Iliutes 01 pi our liiMils ibnvc 1 lip b.n 1 icr I'liltplt 11,1-
lui loiiiti v on (lie olii'iisi.e ai<l u cil.tniui: f.ist. i.
soonied inci it.ible Hi it his Iuupii. v.ouil tike pl.H'j
in Mpmio .if ■<- f fill a- C'C'ii enld.i b.id piomlsp.,
(lino Ins bold ipl.iMd ilu- fm mils Ine w"nuld luie I1I1.1
at his itieicy .",'il tri i^bim to de.ilh.
In ,ih  1I1.1t .infill  btdl.i.ii .Top   iIIIIpi- 'iloiii*  kept  hi-   1
lilts      He le.ilbcd  ill it snonci-oi   l.llei' 1'ul.elt  iiould
be ilespii.ilili   11 ouiiiiiil In  .1 ini-silc ,tnd that  In*, pii'l
noiikl come Mill, skuildci.iig bUdclehuesb unices suiui-
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Elttliil   the   bo.islcd    proiipss, ot   eiciy   i-rofc-sion.i
toreador  niid.tlul   bis  ni hleipincnl   ii.K7iic.uly  cost
blm his life sit the linnds ot the mob.
Hut'In spile? of all the picc.iuiioiis. Iiil by bit the
r-kn-y has slflcd Into Alncina. ll'fc ami tbcic .1 plit-
Mrc or a hint of the niuii/liij.' cnntt»it Ii.k appe.itPil,
Xiut the full tale In ail Its spleiiilhl Iioitut iu*i cr bcfoie
li.is been told cmicUi   i-* It oicnriwl.
The niiiiullvc Is- due In all Its details. If you bcpk
conoboralion I cotmiieud the |UK('s of I.I Inip.iri-hil,
KI Dlarlo, KI Tieiupo, KI llei.ildo or any and nil Mexican ncM-spapers up to and liuludlnn Dcii'inber 21,
I'.W.l. After that date they k'Ii e no Inkling of the ei cut
1'iat for dajs bad been their conspicuous i-en-.itlon.
Ot liitvrrogalc Hip bull fiKht deiotecs even as far north
ns the Juarez'or Laredo arenas The}"II -li.iki* their
tjsts and hiss theli- abomination of the 11 m.<- of I'ii kelt
And all the national shame it tec ills. Question one of
Ihe forty thousand American lesldents ot the Citi of
_iIp.\tco'and tlio {tlorlous inomoiy of It n 111 momentarily
*,ubiupiKP eicn the runnipipspiit, all pen .idliiK dread
■of a l-ciolution ami JI*. possible potiseiiiiences to,.the
colony. And thalS '.oiiip emotion, for I don't lelieie
theip's one of thctn -who has neglected secict nrian^e-
inents foi sale and .muled Iliyiht If the dic.idi.il clash
of amis Is hc.uy.
rickctt Is n strapplnj* con boy, ivhoso mother nas
n full IjIoikI Chut t a iv Indian and father .1 niKtuie of
the white, Iiidlnn and Afilcau i.vccs. He's commonly
Icnouii in the Soul Invest ft. "ihe dusky demon." On
ihe .Vow Mexico, IVmis and Oklahonia rani lies tlicy
xieier tiie of the stories of his iecl-le=s daii"*. vvlth
tilld horses mid tattle. Npipi has he failed to ic-
fcpond with Biinninp nlilcniy lo the cli'illenye of the
roush and icndv WpsU'itipi who vowed he could
never subdue this man killing I101-0 or .nestle and
-.blow that inuulcious sttei. Ome they pitted Idm
at the Ki I'aso fair aRalu-t a fi.iious elk, 11UI1 a tremendous sueep of sun*'}-, bl.lded hems and stton.,'
«uoui;I' in Its fi.tcfeet to have killid him vvlth n
ttiiiKle slioko. I'ick-ftt thioiv the iicatuie on its bat Is
in less than ten infinite-, and cniei^pd fiom the combat unsealhed. Tlien the Southwest decided that
the fom footea herbivorous bca> l who could beat the
man in a stand up tij-'hl didn't exi-t. nnd it via- vvlth
this conviction tint  we peu-'U iled Mi'j.Jio.
ricketri, cvhlbltlon of daieilei iltiy ullti Ihe lent
fchow Hint had ininilcd Mexico coi.slsnd of a niad
Mauipcr, a hoisc, iu chase of a 'I e.\ i- -iwr, a midair
leap from the saddle of tin* •.-allopin^' hcise to the
lioins of thu slill hci'iiii. iiuai'ii and .1 smukbIc '"*
*.upipiii:icv which inoiitabi} pudcd in J lie ovi'ituinlin;
»if the steel. The fc.it is not an iiinoiiii'.uii one lit
Jiialilc f;atlii-tlnf.'s, but It was 1.1 vv to Hie MpnIciiik,. U
ivas the onlv AnipilPin achlciPin.'iil the} had eiei
f.ppn that had am tiling at all in miinnnii, uvi'ii v .i-.-'.t-
li. iv lib Iheh oudi beloved hull nulitln-.'. Ow allpr-
muin the bull li^hti'is ciiinc in a bed} to iiatth.    1 iw}
I uiTkcd lonteiuptui.tisl.v ,
.bv M.llcl. one of tiuet lilutlieis who own Ihe UU.
301 itaneh Of Oklahoma, hippiiud to also 01111 li 11
<.f Hip show. Tint niKht he via- at the I afc ( olon,
the lendc/iou- of the bull lif-hlPi-*. innoun. Ins is
lii'llpf thai for lun or money iinin* nl Ihe lnucinii.
would d.iiep..rfo..u the (ink l.leiiv enld i, famous foi
Ills pip and stiokp. as cuniiiu-,1} (IpMprous tiud d.'a'l 1
;>i matador as Spain nr McxUo ei pi pimlncecl .k*(p Hid
the , hallPiiRP He would be at Ihe scene it Ion o 1 b 1-
thp fnllimliiK nioiu.ni: and U"' HipboaMliiK    "«  ''
II less,,,,  In  K,-a,P. cohi.ikp .m<l ^i"  •'"* ''JM'U'-'l "'  «l.
Mil) lujr.it ion of  the  boi ine spun-       «*pi or   bonis   1.
< 011.  .   of Hie M.-Ucin Ileial.l. was the lulu picti 1  •'
the uiU'i'i lew, and the details 11 pip dulj thi-onich d   I
nt'M moinbiK In that publication and in toe nalh e (1 n-
luiipoiai Ips. .. ,,, ,vP „.
Well, nieuvenlila dldu*t show up ?vo v■',"<* or "v
■ jihinatloii or apolopy came from- Iilm. 1 ' > ^"-*-'^
kRiiests wiiited and wmvlorcd. \' *-" ."'g: ; "";■',,,.".'
. nu*ssenKer  to   bis   hotel.       There   IoIIpiI   K-c-i»*-<■ ' !|.
rather shame faced a'nd l.inpiindly re^rcl "' t','\\ !l. ','..
Jjeen forbidden by the bull rlnf.iiiithoj-illes in.du tui.a
handed and unaided, aj«tlii*.t the "moat blood luinjriy,
man hatliij,', fishfiuj,- In.'.I the rei/iibll..' cou'd prov ide.
Incidcntali:,, I may uifullbh thai ho hadn't eve. ton-
&iiltcd,rii..eU .11 tire uuttci!
* 'J'bc apiiaicnt suppilatJic folly of Hie piopot-illon
and why 10 the'.Me*.! an mind It- execution mi-an:
the frin-p", spcid.i and -hUenbig death of the l.ickle-s.
man iujj not be obvious to the Amci lean unfaniiliar
vvlth the bull iii!-. and its pi.'clices.    I'll p\pl.ini.
\ou see, In the toiiibaU a.s ]iiofe-*sioJ'.-.i)v ptovidfd
for flic ciitPJ-lainnu'tit of the public the bell Utrhtcr
idles upon his cpiicl.iii_.s of eve and foot. lie evades
tho mud lushes of his antajronlst. never t,iapples.
Tiie |ij_lit has been des-iibed a*, a tii'jrpd.i In lliiee.
acts. The picadmc-, mounted on vioithless, bllnil-
toiilc.l hoibi's, (list rccelie the cliara* 01 the bull
with lances. Whenever a hoist* is wounded the lider
bet ikos lnnisplf to tli-rht,'and when elthei this hup-
pi ns 01 a 1'itador is thiy^vu thc duilo- rush In and
nlli.ul ilu* animal .'loin his prry by their red cloaks,
sauiij: thom-.'lvcs, if need be, by Jo.iplng ov t*i the
palls.uie which em loses the arena.
When thc bull has. been u*.v.scd to fipiizUxl fury1 by
the liroddlii'.'s the pitadoiis ait icplaccd by the
chulos, who Inlng wiih tin 11 tlio biiMinllts, baibed
daits which ihey diiie .nto the bi'.ist-5 shoulder
Tlien the maladei elites to complete Hie trajrie business. The bull is ileal, fiom loss of blind and bewildered, but i-till tieite and active, lu his il-rht
hand till- chiet combatant hoi N a naked swoid, in
his left the muleta, a btick with a pioic of t,culct silk
ait.tehed. As soon as the bull's ei es catth Ihe niulcta
he uishe- lilli'dly at it, Hie 1 latador dedjres nimbly,
dp.Mciotisl,- plunLe.s the swoui mlo the t-pinc and thc
aiiluul diops dead at h.t feet.
The'bull ii^rhlcis tuu*. }ou will I'udeistand, pcr-
tiii.u their ileiidh woik- at a distui.e fiom thc four
footed foe. Aciei would one of them due to eicn
lav hands on a bull They sue theii precious bic-
liv- tholr lemaikable as.ilit.1 in c\ndin< the .uimiil's
tuiious as-iults. Moreover, the blandished ikth,
the color of which the bull has been tau_lit tioui la-
laiicv to detest, is the ingot of .ittatk. not the man
w ho'llom ishes li and spiings .i-s-dc. A bull, too, pIiisp.h
his eie- when he .hiir.es. A j-tcpi doe-:i t. Tew not
uillni.iti'li   finnliii- with  ho-. 111c  haims  know  tins
To 11 tii'in lo Joe Miller anil hi- con L*a}. I'a kctt. the
"ii Mexican 1ap1t.il was liunii diatcli .u»g with the
Ctoii'ol the auilacioiis thallente. 'J he bull hahteis
l.-mirfiid upioailousli. 'J lie Mexban niuspappi- and
the Mev'can publlt ileniai'dcd Hut (he Ameuc.liis
make jtood It I'hkctt wanted lo -KiIIim* hlm-clf
upon the alt ir of Ann rli.in eiroii-111 let I1.111 du !!__
would tin 11 out in fm.e to uuiii'ss thp "11m,"
pioinlspd, foi- hiiinan de 1U1 In the bull llnjr
onl.v    heieiiilai}    aiiiuscin".U   to   ttic   i.ilioiis
"t-pfini- Klvpin, InipiP-iii.- of l'.J Xoie.-i, the l»-r new
stpil and lonuele bull 11117.'. proinptl.i jrive pel nils-ion
to hold the eiiioiinle- Hipic m«l M' Ml'hi i'ili;,"tei
Iilm In -eiei t thp aniiiul a^'iiii-t 11 In. ll Hie i.nibni
should be piled He lrinii d limine, ij-n il lieu i>. 1 " il
l)l..< U bull, 11 ho had oik e bppii loosi il in I ip in 111 nil)
hul killid (wo men ami half a do/pn hm .'-, an I nil 1
hid boi n spiitd the death Hi. list up in "1 ■ ..i«u ilu - o I
(hi* spiil.iloi- Sotiiiip ind*tiiuv 1 lull thi'i uld,
should not -unit- 'in In-'l.'i ion- i'imI'i 'I ie ml'Up
was oiip pud not nunc ll. in 01.. " 01 1111 e hi bn 1 .1
sinic In the I1I-I..11 ot llivn m bull h.i Imr Hon.I '
11 >s lcli'in. d Io Ih.' (-*n il- arid Hiptp li 1. minis I 1
this d i\ I tun-, I'ip ,'ioui'd (pi- lc--l\ mil billov
111^ hi- uii'ibitul loiit-in-r lo lu'll   11 d ki'l
Ilu- then, nil- tin Ii'mIiIi'm* iie-ituie siloibd lo
gulp the Aniei '. an to di ith md II 11- tin '.'ili—l dill innip'i mill In Hip 111 A 1.111 ..It . noo'i ^ 1'ill 11 1111-
nipiit, Mexico tilt i- .'ii.'1-ei'il. llicm cnul.i an ileiaied
public anticipation bv publishinjr over his sujtuatiiro tn.
the i:pwspaper.l "KI enlierro dp cstc* l'li-Uett sera p,
sidun.In aclo de este drama." whose free, translation
finuM-yl   will  folio iv  Uis ■fi..:.r.i::i-diiiL*s_;.
j.   U 1 - t     r3 0
Pickett Became
Quite as Busy
Dodging the
Shower of Missiles as Saving
Kimself from the
Bull's Savage
Evolutions j!S*
They
till'}-
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of   the
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Photograph Published: in thc
Mexican Record of Some of
the Deadly Litter Thrown at
Pickett
How- much efiect the dire predlcl'on h'ld upon thc
"diisU.i deni .11" mi} be iTiiucd fiom lho f it t Hut vi p
ppisuiili'd I111.1 with diliiculti from attendimr a dance
tlio nu-ht l,i fine thc battle which would have
kept In 111 awake until dijlueal. Instead, vie duelled
hi- ti'IiKtaiil -tops to the Hotel St. l'taiKis and saw to
it tint he was. spdiiel}   locki il In a loom tot tin  nlj;ht.
The lucp-l iioiul ei.''  assembled In  1.1 Tcieo v as
the.0  to  1 Icil   the  spn_tae!e     rijuni-.  showpd  an  attend, net* ot  moie th 111 tweiity-tue tlmu-ind   pel sons,
and pi ob 1 bl 1   not one hoped 01  c\ pet led  Hut I'.iki'll
would have thu aieni able     Kvctv  v l-itoi  to Mexico
know-   Hut  tin*   name  ha-  no  live   i.u-  Anicn^aiis
Adilid   to   this   ppii.idiiijr   ^(iii'ial    hosiillti    l'l-   the
ki.nihi'.e  lb it   l'ul.p'ls  sunis-fi.l   .Kiompli-h'ni i.t
ol   hi-  li   nil  to  hoi n  i.i'i'bit  wiiu'I  slum'  the ilnu:-
ot pi i 1 \   [.'li idol       We  Ainiili  111   (bill-  1 eople, sov-
11 il 11 nn'ml -".if i - 01 It d I'i. kill to t ia- bin] 1 |..jr
^i ton    l.iiui      leipi   - 11 in.   .I'd    Send    liiiu*    I H   1
diute    lei.iiid   'is      I'   Hi   line   (.'n'm-li    ,ip,.iki*n-
-i\p     'Ibe.   1 .'•! 11- •'''.   iw.iiil ill * 1  i''p*   h d  I.U ie
(an, tli it   i'i  \.M   in'i   '   '< si   nun   _c   11  le.   li-t  no
,, 1 .t     , d  11 nisi   lo 1 h ii 1 e hi-  lid      li' r  I'ii   1 on b >
Iv   s 1 1,  11.   1 on in 1 . '    .   d   1 *„i 1    1 ni   I 11    li 11      \i 1 1 1
diil   miii  . 1  I,i'i 11—   1  1    with  the  viittie  ot  phi-u U
t. 01 1. p .11 il a 1 mill mpi »t ih ,tb
'11111 vv hi'c Hi 11 "id vi as |ii.iiiinn' ii.ln tin cuius
di' i'iIiip fie -' -- 1! - iiw- ll"t lie (.on. 1.in of
t ip li del ll di-ti a t I .It'll <V< 11 Hi ' blttle. A (I. !c-
t itii.'i i f   \mi*i 11 1 1 won t 11   u-iili' :- ( t  He   tn*    li id
viaiiid upon him   it  'ii   'i.il ]... u-.ul  n tin   'uu.e o-
Ii 11 mil ni; y, arguing 'that-, the .iu'ilcon'ie "i.'J-,llie alTair
uo'.ild iiievi!:ibly iio Hip death of. the. brave but rash
Oklanoiiinn. ■ They had earlier cnlist'cd Ihe iiidupnce
11 ud as.tst.anct> of iiovvi-.rful Ainori.-iii: .,.'i;ri:..!.s and ba.>-
vv nn
p  in
.1.1 ei/
ll'" 11.
Piekitt's enhance inlo tho cm In .me ip eived i"i .-
pled In—es and iIippi-, then a wild tumuli ot .u.'ilii
as a j. He w is ihiow n open and l'l.ioii (,'hniu.t 1 d 1 hid
upon the si pup, sighted I'ukotl mil in lib" li-i hiniviiii
the poviei and -pc-'d oi. a tuii'vi.1.1 lo, un.oiiip 'the
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7;^p^«S^iaiiE»5^: I j '  n   11)  & I" V-,  ' ,' A-  ft  T'  '..'IT,"   .  'W   '  .-ratf.' ..  7'*r,$j  :4* ���  ,7'f >  ?.'>;*?  '  i wrii  |~"SS  i      ._,.  --'li''  --,!'?,-  -  I ��� -Tt .  ^S*_,  j ��jM  t- ' -if  *''-I" " ���''  $'4��f?'. <  IF.5"*.     -  X" .-!  j-it. 7-.  !a\M'' 1.  ��������- *v5?.  It'--  i��7#  ���"'-'*?��  li:    ���  $UK*.'{-4'I  f-'^t*Mj-Hswl-  ���3.  '' H  ill'  f  74  4  '3  <> r  ; ��1  I  "; ;df-.'i.^.;  ��� 'lit  'y'dyd  "V-  ��*' THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA'.  '*-*  *'lMiniifffK'-'agregr^CTejyfc5ap^w  om  Registered Office:  B.C.  Non=Personal  Liability  t,ir 11 .       ' .'    ��� ii j  Orgaiii^cninder'thclau-.s of British Columbia June, 1st, 1908, and specially 'limited under Section  06 of the Company's Act, 1897, Authorized capital $1,000,000, divided into 1,000,000 shares of the  par value of $1.00 each.    Fully-paid and non-assessable.,   515,021 shares, remain in the treasury.'  BOARD OF DIRECTORS:  1 . 1 ' t 1 O  ..''"'.  *** ,, - r 1 '   ' . " '  President  , *V ' 1* *  "  , ,- ��� ��     " Secretary  1 *    ���'���*-��� Vice-President  C. G, Farrell  J.  P. Farrell  I D. A. Ayres  Philip Gonrad  ^ F. J. Smyth  > 1  Resolution  - The directors-adopted a,/,.  .resolution ou June 22nd, 1910.  -Ou account of the exish*,,'    ���  ness and the plan of developH]entt9^  ,  ^^se:frointhelower,workii1&;iocoR  ' with the winze on the upper lCvel ^  facilitating the niiue veadlj-^ ' *  1   wl��P *c mtqrveiiiug'gTOtt^ .t     '  '   ordered   that' "50,000 shares" of ^  I 'stock be offered to.shareholders ^  and a half (12 1-2) cents per sin   ''"  cations for said-stock to b2 on fyl, ���.;���  ���"office of "the company \viUnn'3Qd;,.J." *  ���' date. , ,    " '"  SHARES 'ARE NDW  ^;s^;'?H0I^;Be^DH*.-ro:  ' ' '   '* ,' I, ' '- c I    -  .Your '.Jewellery-.'; House;! B0sl^'!l_LobAL8'  and the iewe.lprv.liAnco nt ��,nv., - _..j .*..    -       -     d . .*���. \.    -i\.r.a���.T ' n o   ..    d  .  Jaiid the jewellery'house of every man and woman   in  British  Columbia who wishes to escape high* prices. '.      "    ''**.*  Our Mail Order System opens the way to the finest <?f-��rV  of DIAMONDS/, JEWELLERY, WATCHES St  SZDYERWARE and LEATHER GOODSft   CANADA  with Ys^AU OU*iUnSt���tcd CataIo^��e a��<- open an  account  with us.     All goods sent at our expense and risk. -    No firm  irivneTer  ^ ^  "T^  S��  -^ ' and ��� obliging  Henry Birks & Sons, Limited.  Jewcleiy mail order house . Geo. E. Trorey, Man. Dir.  VANCOUVER, B.   C.  At the ChurchesTT~K^H^^  CATHotru chub'cii  Thero will bo the regular morn  ing   and   evening   services   next  Sunday.   Morning   service  at   10  o'elockd' Benediction at 7;30 p. m.  REV". FATHER TA.VERNIER,  1 (Priest.)  METHODIST   CHURCH     '  Morning service at 11 a. ni. Sunday School, 3 p. m. Evening ser  vice, 7:30 p. m. A hearty welcome  extended   to all.  REV. S. COOK,    (Pastor)  rnK.snvn-it.AN   cnuncn.  Morning Service 11  a.   m.  Sun-  dny school and Hible clasp   at    10  a. m.    Evening Service at 7;:J0   p.  in.    A hearty welcome to all.  REV. G. A.   HACKNEY, B. A.  ���    '     '     .   . (Pastor)  The Royal Seal cigar has been  before the smoking public ,'for.a  dosen years. It is made in Nelson  and can bo . bought in nearly  every mountain town.  Teething children have more or  less diarrhoea, which can be controlled   by giving  Chamberlain's  Scarcely a portion of the Koot  enays has escaped the terrible  forest fires thac havo been raging  lately., So far the only loss of life I War..l<.    n,,.  -ported was at  the  Lucky  j^Wadd * Bos   t^*"^*���    ��f  mine   last   Saturday   when   W ?/        ',       WellinOWn(i���  menS���fT^,J L   y .        \ four  ��f  P^tORraphers,   who   will   be  Miss'L. M. Scott, trained ..nurae  oERathwell  Hospital,   Winnipeg,'  is  ready for engagements of any  kjnd.       Maternity    a    specialty  Uoyie' "      ���' ' ,Adv,  ' Wadds Eros.' photographic portraiture has  been   the   tan dard  of excellence in British  Columbia,  for the past eighteen years.   Look  tarough your collection of photographs and you will find that h e  best examples of the photographic  art are from Wadds Bros.' studio  ^e   specimens  of our    work   in  sepia platinum.  Singer   Sewing Machines  cost  very little more than  cheap machines,   jjo  the  best   work  and'  last a life time,     Sold   on   small!  I monthly   payments'  by,  Geo    B  J Powell Cranbrook.    In Moyie on  J.uth of each month.  "If   you   require    photographic  work   of   any   kind   call   on   D  Wadds,   the    representative    of  j^MOUS PEOPLE1  men suffocated, in a tunnel into  which they crawled to get away  from the fire, and a fifth has since  died. McGuigan and Whitewater  have been wiped out, the sawmill  at J,ig Eddy near Revelstoke and  considerable C. P. R. track are  Rone, and there have been big  fires in the Slocan and around Michel and Fernie. These are aside  from tho fires iu the immediate  vicinity of Moyie  Fernie's Big Payroll  More than $200,000 was *again  pa!d by the Crow's Nest Pass Coal  company to its employees at the  different mines in the district last  Payday. ^lost of the-output  ot the company's collieries  goes to the Great Northern railway, a small percentage now be  ing converted into coke.  here on Saturday. See samples" of  work and be convinced that your  opportunity is here, and now  FOR SALE-Four   room li0��se  and shack with   lot;   both furn.  fished, $450.    Apply, t.  Summers  Cigar Store, '  F0R   ^NT-Three   furnished  rooms   in   the   J.   R.   McDonald  house   Apply to C. F. liothamley  or at Leader office.  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL. 7  This hotel is now",under new  management, and is first class,  in every respect ~ '  X A1 xjkjjk, &   -BONNER,  rRorniE'ron'.  ,   ���  Victoria Street. '       iiOYIp.  IF'IT'S JOB.  CAN DO  '     FOR  .  ELECTRICAL SUPPUES  of all descriptions, such as  house,  fittings,  lamps,  shades or motor       ---i-��  j  i boat supplies,  spark  plugs,' coils,! to supply you wffi  batteries. D-r> fd^_. _���..- I  This paper isi_|  P*��o. to ruou. TjjU  Wadds Bros., photographers,  will be m Moyie from Saturday  July 23,-d, until Thursday, JuIy'  28th, inclusive. They are prepared to do all kinds of nhoto-  graphic work. See specimens of  work by latest processes. Note  dates, and- make your appointments early. Prices reasonable,  oatislaction assured.  Colic, Choi^and DiarrbZS" ^ W V * St�������h ����� U-  ody. All that is nece���a^��t li^ei anfbowld'^ SfcimU,ftt�� tbe  give tho preeoi-ibed dose af4- lach   ous   matte,   ^ 6XPGl   POiSOn-  operation of the bowels moie Z^ & ^^^^^1^  natural and then cantor oil . to I aebe. Sold[ by Mojta DrS 4 s��'  eleau,e the system,    it is saf, ilm] j tlolle!*y Co. Y     JCU*>     ,ita-  .B'-ire.    Sjld by  Sta.t'l-inp'ry. Co  th  Muyie  Dnii  Cfiamberlainls Coi/eh RemF/fw rfkeaad��  .   ^Vhen the stomach fails to per  form its functions, the bowels bo  come derange,d,'tiie liver and  the  kidneys congeHted easing niimer.  ous disease^:    The stomach and li.  ver must be restored to a henlthv  condition and Chamberlain's.  .S��-0"  maeh and Liver   Tablets   can   lJ0  depened upon to do it.       Eusy to  take and most e/Teciive.    Sold   by  i-^'^^.^-vUwwy Xl:\  Madame curje  All tho known radium \r,     "ISC0vcrcrs   of  Radium  StftSSj;; E�����'"�� 2W2 ..c.0Sb,:,n^^���" ,'?"��-�������?  ;u ztt^'xt^^ikri f^srz ^0ws;ft*  '^���ssj^viS^r^skss^ �����&��&&&  and eliminated    Not hi.,-^ g <-hut the other cbmni*  t���       n��athematic8.  'she entered a mun?c.n?iB 1'���** ^"S-- to enter SnW ft��� We,re PcHpsed*-  and  It look: ?o?lr yl- ,"r!' c*��I-fle'^-    Shedh-ew I,or IvIk.  "?s-��-crccl worth-  saii.1' times iu w5 i    gGt ��n0"Kh ^�� of t  fs ,���o^ri1 "!l�� the ������*  batteries, go to or write.  J- H. RINGROSE  Stanley St. .       " NELSON.  Shamrock Creamery Butter  Shamrock Leaf Lard  Shamrock Hams  and  Imperator Bacon,  For sale by  all   first  class  grocers and  \P BUfiNS & CO m  MOYIE, B. G  The   world's   most    successful  medicine for bowel  complaints  is  Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and  "|Diarrhoea Remedy.;   Tt has relie-  ive^moaepain and suffering, a���d  |^rmorelives than any  other  child  ,.     .��� ���*" q. mi  the Moyie Drug & Stationery o  1 ,Jxy*  S* ��� '.iS  ���"�����s  ui&  EJl-'  1'dv  m  3"OU may require!"  tioiier)*, private '  dance programs, r_.  g-crs, posters, stockt;  receipt  books, sliifi  and in fict anythc' Ej.,-v^  in tli i.s line.     A*  will be satisfacton'.  ! IF IT'S JOB PR.,.>  The  K1- '������.�����  ���>-JI  1  it  ?,'  rl  .v��u more l.ves than any  cither   ========  fOjljcmo in use.    Invaluabble for   T\ ~     H     F  uldren  and  adult s.  7       jabyi^^'- * ������   ^'  DENTIST  MISS HELENA HARRISON     (The'Expert Crown  .*fl  ��� ���_��.  ..���������  .i  i  ��� m  7*-C"  t'tJ  ���'""."'^.li-rl^-jar,.  Certiticaiecl Graduate of Toronto Conservatory 0/ Music  P.O. Box 127 d Cranbrook, B. C.  Will boin Moyio eve,.y Thursday)  Worker.  '        ���'  'Oflicpoyfcr ^r'!  Wall-     ��,!'I,t'r '  ^^i��Jat��>n"sl���neA��,  Clio  Sf'kw'Mj  _jpl  s.  w  i��i

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