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 e'fo]|( b$  ? iodt f Vga  e,ntt9f &*$&  stocoi "*- "  ��i and  'tis It  J- tie.  s 'at u  hare, a,  >'H', in  ��*m*J  I'M  '\  Ail  JOB F|  y||i|dd;  u will I  i,,,��"'--33  /  ^  AUG 3- W&  / <>  V  i^  'tr/j^-^y.  IJDo your eyes bother you?  Coiisu'H W. ,H. Wilson,  of.  Cranbrook   and  get  ' .satisfaction.  cy  t.\c money by purclm.'*-  mg yoy.r  TIMEPIECE fnm  *��� "i  Wilson, Hie Jeweler.  VOL. 1"�� NO, 17  MOYIE,  B. C, FRIDAY, JULY 29. iOfO.  g 'Qrii'sh.   =   Brush   =   Brushes &  ���9 Yes,  we have more  than  one   kind  of brush'. ��  ^ Han* brush��� loot]] brush, hail brush, cloth, hat, ;**  a& bonuctt and comb brush. g  $J Military Brushes in Sets and m Cases ' fj  Barbers'  dust   brushes   and  whisks,   large and ��  small.    Shaving- brushes'from 25 cents iio  S5>each. 2  ' ;'    .   ' " * 0  Windsor "Newton paint, brushes  and   camel   hair ti  brushes, any sue, at   .        ' , $  ���i^^-i $^9-5 ���*s^5$ 355353:555 "s^^Stl  |        GENERAL FLOAT        |  Q> rt,  *SSg&���5:���'sic.$��S:SS:^���:S66ic$-5355t-  Vancouver is, to nave 'ti piano  factory. ~  *2 A VKAK  Freight Shed Burned \\  SS-e:e.S:c.S-cS5555555555-5-es=:v��=.,i/    ��.., ���  ���. _.       ~~  !        LOCAL ASSAYS J,^^���^  il555555^555.5-35->553S-3555^5/i\, **$? i  5^���^������6:-Stg���$6  There is. talk   of a  newspaper  being started at',l?orfc Steele.      * ''  $>  ���>   Cranbrook will lipid a fall fair  from .September 21sfc to 2.'lrd.  , , i . .{ ran  Moyie Drag &  Stationery  Company ��  An  industrial   school  is  to  be  built ufa tbo St. Eugene mission.  Fire reduced the C. p ]{. freight]  shed iri AIoyio'*to a pile of ashes j  in quick order last Sunday after-1  noon. The fire started almost  immediately after a freight train  pulled out of tbe station "shortly j  after ." o'clock. When J. Attwood,  Thos. Sowerbutt** of  Cranbrook ! VJ/  is in town. ' .iiji  C. M. Cox came homo from   tlio1'  j hospital Alonday.  j     F. (J. Long, shoemaker of Moyie, ��� .-^  was in Cranbrook Monday.      '    '   ' V  ,    -ij ' '^  A. 1.   AUcdonahl   wa->   over  *   <:��>  ,    ' AS  . ,<iv  i   ,'W  Hazelwood Ice Cream   /*  ,     -     i i -   ��  .You will find your friends ai Gwynnc's  where thc  best  ream iu town is to be had. - ������',.'  i i ��� t '  i    ''  Q Wynne's, tiazejwodd; Parlor'  'Hob   Fitzsimnions   still  his title as  champion horseshoer  of the world.  J. ,      r  'Orders for thousands ,q�� barrels  to!t$r   r ��� -:'<-- clearance  of  men'.*-!   neckwear, conip--i.sii*o-  tho agent, noticed tho lire it had | ^f0" ^ ^ * the webk'   '     '#   a" extensive choice of handsome ties.       Seldom doe.  quite alBood start; on   the nortli | bulln^^ Jri cv Ilu,���  r^T^ > JK*. "^^    " T,,e)vr"re. !^ ''�� tomorrow aud tomor-  i Olivines.-) in Cmnbrook Tuesilny'      ! VJ^ ._.'..  On account  of  tlie  rlry   seasonl^  the hacklober'ry crop is a  fnihu'o" I ^  end of tlie freight ��h��d. ITe gave  retains !tlle aKrm and it wm only a short  time before tlie volunteer lire brigade had two otrfenms playing on  the flames.    *���* Uut before'tho bri-  ro\v e\cuiupr.    ,Re;;i!,-  a]'l go at lhe clearance  ' .1 .>���.'.,, 50c... aiid  irice of 25c." cacli.  oc. -values"  |Hpf?  1��  c  ^  1  We Wil! Be  Pleased To  Serve .You ,  r I no  ��� / *���     ' '  Try Us ;.'..''���  ��� -Get t]ie.ha"bit.      Go to,  CROWE., BROS/ & CO.; .  'Ah: amV:,h-s. J.   li^tudd   came J  up from-JJellevue, Arber"ta,'rye>.ter- i W.   ^ ���, . gade got out Mr. Attwond was'do-1da^* ' - |M  of Hour are pouring into  Paget ing good  seWice *witil   a .garden       The bartenders  of  Wie and|J��  sound millers from, the Orient. hose by keeping tlie roof and sides | Cranbrook will play ball  L   Fort! S>  of the station  wet. .   A 'terrific j Steele a week���froi,i .Sunday. '^   different shapes, all good staple   lines' and' all   sizes  ffl.  waiited.  ��� Thprc wiil be"a scrambl<  W: A. ^lacdonald, K. C, formerly of Nelson, recently refused the  position of solicitor of Vancouver  at a salary of'^O.'OOO annually!  Changes are being made in the  plans tfor tho new,.0. B. Ill hotel  at Balfour, 'arid it. will not be  available for  this year's  tourist  travel.  i. ?  The Slavonians in the Pass are  to have a newspaper published ^iu  their own language. 'Its name is  ttlavokd'anadic, and ,the office is  at Coleman. - '  i , L J '      n **   '  ,A11 men's 'linen'collars   W G R makes, in' six  Wind was blowing and live spiii-ks ,'    iinpn udp    ���  '  ���   '-, <���   * , ,-,      ���        L      >   I     Jjorij. au Lrreonacre=  and  embers   were  being   carried I July ^^ ^ _-  all over town      A���bucket,brigade j. Steuart a d        ^    l'"U^  on the Kootenay,,hotel  roof did! "*"*,��"!���  faithful work in' pvotectiug  that,  building which really was'the key  to the other buildings in th��e busi-'! Ch<; oeC!1'ettu'y itt Leader office.  "U"a��h.,   on  , Two reliable men  can. gee  free  room at' the  /ire  hall.    Apply  to  Hid  J>'  FredericVilliers is the.Iates'fc'fco  succumb lo the charms of iJtitish  Columbia. The noted war correspondent will take up his residence  in Victoria.    *  ness. section. After a .time the  wind took a ' lull and the two  streams of wafer had the fire  pretty well under control. lint  the freight shad 'and everything  stored iudfc was gone, the,, station,  building was badly score-hod, and  the fire had extended nearly the  whole length of the J platform,  burning the planking so that a  new platform will require to'be  built. i.i  While fighting tho fire William  There are still some small 'forest  fires around .Moyie, but they are  all pretty well under control.  Mrs. Hill, wife of Dr. R\ c. Hill  of Irondale, "Wash., left .Sunday  for her home via tho C. P. H.  A. J. Madili; B. A., of Orillia,  One; is'in Moyie for a few days  the gue&t of Air. andyMrs. C. A.  Foote.'' " ' '  .   Mr.- and Airs,. Patrick Head,' who  were   married   at -Rossland-  last  <���#. wanted.  . Thprc will be a scramble iu this section 'so  W ��"ct- vpurs before sizes gel broken.    Regular \1c  |/ 25c. lines. " Clearance7price of 10c. each!'    "'  \i? c        ��� <       .   , ' '-'   '     ��� r ���'  '"* '      ���     ^   XSSTrVKUSKi:i>   tsn? -  " l    '  n.     ���   y    '    s   ���-   ^      ���*** (J    .1-     �����      ->������<.   T     "*rt*^ (���' ' ,      ���-  ""'""' ';*" Beale' ��fe "FBI ���^xr&T 1  INSURANCE   and;MINING  ���     and INVESTMENT BROKERS.  Head Office -        CRANBROOK, B.  ' Aftur lhe fight at Reno Jack  Johnson invested several thousand dollars in the Good Luck  mine' .near Grangev-ille, Idaho.  Tho mine  is'owned by  a   negro  named Parks. '  ���      * ���.  The   Buck   Stove   and   'Range  Staples got dangerously close and i week, were the'recipients or* many  bad his arm quite badly,scorched, f1 valuable wedding, presents.   ' ' ���  ^  s;  MacEachern-'& Macdonald   .|  Another coiisig-umenl of'the  E" Washim  aud he will be uuable to use it loV  some,time. "   ���  i , *   * ���  . At the time of the fire there  was an exceptionally small amount  cf freight in.-the ��,hed. -* yf'ho com-'  pany's loss is probably $2,000. A  new freight shed "and platform  will be built at once. Mr. ,Att-  wood and his family lost considerable winter clothing, blankets aud  ,-,1-1,��.. ��ce,���,y ..!._.. _ _ ..    .     I  Thomas Cavep,>member for'this  district iii the < provincial hoiiao,  is expected 'home from* Victoria  today.  %        * ���    ���   - i  Goo. J. Schmidt, representative  of the Gacbutt business college of  Lethbridge aud Calgary, was in  Moyie yesterday.  Airs- A.  E  Co., which was responsible for the, able winter clothing, blamceta and j Airs- A. E. Auchampaueh' ind I  jail terms agiinst Gompers, Alit- other effects that wero scored in I son left yesterday fuv Cliieairo I  ehell  and Alprrisou,   admits* that the freight shed.    Willing friends  They  will   later  - WeredA.ll Fi;oin Arnprior  cw ��� v  -     f I  ���T- S. Mackio.and* family of  Cranbrook, and James Buckley,  wfie and > daughter, of Brandon,  were in Aloyie this week and were  the guests of Air. and Mrs. McTav-  ish at "tho Hotel Kootenay.. Mr.  ALickie is manager of the. North  Star Lumber Company, and Air.  Buckley is aC.'P..R. conductor,  lbth" gentlemen'were raised jit  Arnprior, Ont.,'and .this wa.*, also'  the birthplace of Jack* McTavisii,  so that it was to exchange boyhood reminiscences that the mes*t-  i!igciu Aloyie was arranged. It was  17 years sinco the three were toge  ther. '"    ,     '     -  its five-year battle .against  union  labor is lost.  .Guaranteed to wash cjothes quicker and cleaner  and   lo  ���opcrate-easier Lhau any other washer made.    For sale by  Because he refused to leave a  ���i>3.o0 a day job for a day to fight  forest fires, when called upon by  a deputy state fire warden, Chas.  ���Simon is serving ten days in the  county jail at Bonner's Ferry.  carried    out    dishes,    glassware,  .Michigan, to reside.  go    to    Ddtrait,:  At the Campbell Camp  Jjftsfcr. v?r rf�� rf/.-rf? .rfi^A.^zjsfejrfrjftL^rj-.V.^Li^r.vOz. rf? ^Lrfz_rfz_s-^.,rf-'.jrfz..-rfz y&  MOVIE'S    LEADING'   HOTEL.  At. W. Elley, district manager  of the lleintzmau Piano company  at Fernie and formerly principal  of the public school at Rossland,  died at Fernie suddenly Alouday  morning of peritonitis.    ^        %  books, pictures and other house  hold goods and they were returned after the firo in good order.  Air. and Airs* Attwood wish to  thank the people for their kindness.  Chief Harold Chapman and his  little band of fire fighters deserve  abouc Al'Sl,iC lso and  will  camp  to be congratulated  on   the   wav ! f��1' * fe-w weeks ou tbo  west   side  -   -   - y I of the lake.  Bev. Air.   AEeDermid,  a  former  pastor of the Presbyterian church  Billy Biemner received word  from Oalgaiy last Aloudny tbat  hi-, father was seriously ill, aud he  left for that city-the same day.  A'party from Fernie headed by  A. <J. Liphart will come to Moyie  about A  they handled the situation from  start to finish. They kept the  fire confined to the one building,  when if it had ever got away from  them the whole town would have  m Aloyie, was in Aloyie this  week  with   his   wife.       He   has   been  The best of accommodations  for  the Traveling Public.  Billiard Rooms.  f.argo nnd Commodious Sample Rooms.  McTAVlSH & CAMERON  Proprietors.  J. K. Johnson, manager of the  Creston Review, will leave the  | first week in August for the  coast. He may also visit Prince  Uupert. .Before returning homo  he will visit Calgary, llegiua aud  Winnipeg.  gone.    In thiscomicctiou it is not I Poaching at Aggasix and Alission  amiss to  state   that   tho   C. P. I,lJ since be loft heie.  was   saved   hundreds   of   dollars |    A. A. Perrier of Nelson   was   in  worth of property  by  this   same  3Ioyie a few d-iys ago lookiiv   af-  The guests at the camp of Arr.  and Mrs. B. Campbell on the we\t  shore of the narrows this'wqek  were: George Topp, Mrs. Toppaud  three children of Piuelier Creek:  Rev. and Alr=.'McDermid of Alission; Airs. Wallace and three children of Spokane; Aliss Jessie Nicholson and grandmother, Airs.  Clark, of Trail; Aliss Gertrude Ox-  ley of Pincher Creek and Miss  Djvio of���Lethbridge.  New liquor Act  The   new   liquor    license    act  which goes into effect on   August  1st is very stringent in' many  in-  stances. ' All bars "must be securely locked from ' 11   o'clock-' each.  Saturday   night   until   5   o,L-k>c:l:  Monday  morning;  andt must 'afford an open view to   the   public/  No   liquors *may   be, adulterated,  rebottled or  refilled, and  ofiic.-i-,'  may at anytime take samples for  analysis.    No gaming will be permitted on any  licensed  premise-", '  nor wiil slot machines bo allowed.  "This law is made for enforcement," says the Attorney General, "and it will be enforced impartially and thoroughly."   >  Saw the Aurora  Had Audience With Pope  K. of P. Installation  brigade aud that now would h  an opportune time for the railway  company to show its appreciation  aud mako a  liberal  donation   for ] time past by AIi;s. Loinei  the purchase of some new hose  and a nozzle, both of which nio  urgently needed. ,  t._ I     Last evening the following ofli  i, leers were installed by the St.   Bu-  f  ���ori  4  ;ST  For tlie uio*-l fastidious dresser we have thc  Nicest Assortment of Mens' Shoes  ���*r  t  geno Lodge No. .'17, Knights of  Pythias. Harvey AlcKenzie, district deputy grand , chancellor,  was thc installing officer,  Albert Gill���C. C  T. Iludgeou���V. 0. C. ,  A. McKay��� Prelate.  Wm; Turiibull���M. at A.  E. A. Hill���K. of R. and S.  C. A. Foote���AI. of E..     .    '��� .  A. G. Alonkhouse���AL of F.  Iv. D. Stiason���M. of W.   '   ,  ���;���:~. .���-.--   ��� .--   - ������- -������----.-      ;���- ;      ���  -      After the installation   icecream ]  ?) ���.������'.��� ���   ��.   -���   �� #,>*���' i' ' Si   ���  Moyie Holds the Cbo;^  'ago.  Rev. T*. Hughes of ���Cmnbrook a  few days ago received a post card  Irom Rev. J. W. Aliller of Moyie,  who is touring Europe with his  biide and is now in Rome. Rev.  -Miller had an audieuco with thc  I'opo,   probvbly   the   first  Aloyie  Desaulnier'came  home from ' ^de'lC C�� be aCC0,"dL,d  thiVfc   pli'  the   ho>pital   at   Cianbrouk   last   ^ ��'  j Saturday,  and  has   almost   Tully  recovered from the elVeets of  the  cer his property. He ib owner of  thu residence on Campbell street  that has been occupied  fur  some  V  Football August 14  in the licwcsty Aihe.rican''' lasts,  iron*.$4.50 to' $5. . See,our/new  Buy one and be well dressed.  y   y  -y-& :;A.:  Oxford   shoes in  all colors  20tlT".GENT.URY   SUITS..  HILL.  lu the ball  gaino  between   tho,  intermediate^ of Moyio and   those i  of   Cianbrook   played   hero   lastj  Tuesday ovening, Aloyie came out  on top by"a,score of 5  to   1.    The  ganie was for the Smyth  cup.    It  is now the property of the   Aloyie  team.until next  season,   when  it  will again be competed for.    Only  seven innings were played in   this  last game on nccouut  of  the. ,ap-  I operation for appendicitis   which ���    '''hi * P����tpnned   fintliall    game  derwentL about   two   weeks i !)C6We,!l1 .ft[,,y,��   :uuI    Cl*'l'>!,1*n()l<  ,,0 vvt-CKj-{h.ispriH'ticany  been   ai ranged   u>  j bo plajvd at Aldridge   pirk   Sim-  government I c,'l-v* ���Vugu.-t 1 Ith,  bounty, ( V'0   fi"st   ��r   Eho  .J  I  ������it  ial Bank of Canada.  Capital Authorized���-  Capital Subscribed-  -$10,000,000.00  ���-S5,57;"5,000.00  Capital Paid Up    Reserve'   Fund    --ij,:i3o,ooo.oo  ��� ;1.330.000.00  ,2*"S  BRANCHES   IN BRITISH C0LUMBIA-  Cranbrook, Arrowhead, Golden. Kamloops, Michel,   New   Michel  Fernie; Nelson, Revelstoke. Victoria, and Vancouver.  Drafts and Money Orders sold avaiblc in any  part.of the World  :      Savings Bank Dc]>arlment.  InterestalloAved on deposits from  date  oT deposit.  OT    MOYIE BRANCH. H; W. SUPPLE, Manager. .!  w��ae s��3i�� j����(f���� s, setaoe ��smso t> e>��&��&$>&iii$-w3��$ ��**.������ ff*��a��?-0'StB��<pa>  Moonlight Excursion  proaching darkness. Alurray was  the pitcher aud Cocho the catcher  for the Moyie team.  e>  35  w  ���s  Annual Fire Meeting  The members of the congregation of the Alethodist church at  Cranbrook are planning to run an  excursion to Moyie soon, probably The annual meeting of the AI"o-  uext Wednesday, August 3rd. | yie t^ire Brigade will be held next  The special train would leave') Monday eveuiug at S" o'clock at  'Cranbrook at Ci in the evening and j the fire hah. New officers will be  returning would leave Moyie'elected aud general ' routine busi-  about II. This would givo the iness will be transacted.     Uis the  (���'. O. Ruclianan  dibtributor of tho lead  was in Aloyio yesterday chucking  up the books at the St. Liigone!  Air. Iliichanan returned rocently  froni a trip to Fort deorgc. . He  predicts that town will have a  population of. 5,000 within two  years' time, y \. i' y  George  Dempsey, an   employee  of the  Porto  Kieo   Luiube-.-  com  pany,  Int/. cup.  Tin*- will  be  scries   lor    the  Last   Sunday   a    party    from  Cranbrook   comprised   of    A.   O.  Smith,   A.   O.    l5owiiiis��,    George  Lensk, AV. li, AFacFarlane, Chii-lo-  Ward, Raworth Bros., H.   Cunp  bell, John Reid, Wm. Stewart,  K.  BrowD, D. J-  Ivlraer,  John   lihner  and  Arthur  Wind   m.ulo  an   inspection of tho  Aurora  property  on   the    west  side  of  the    lake.  Those of tlie party spoken co after  their return to  town   were   much  enthused   over   what  they    had  seen and were of the opinion tliat  the mine had a bright future.  Sir Wilfrid's Itinerary  The Herald has received a   revised itinerary of Sir Wilfrid L'lur-  jiurd tour in B  C.     Ile i-, timed to  I roach   Cranbrook   at   4   p. in.   on  ' August -'10th and to leave again ;ir,  ���"i o'clock, reaching r'ernin  at   T.-J."  p. in., leaving th-jre I'm* U-thbi idj-w  at S:l.*i.���Oianbi-ook Ifi-rald.  This MDrnTng's Blaze    I    'A building b.u-k of the  homo nf  The K mid 11 cigar lias jumped j M,-. 1 AVhitehe-ul, om-e u-ed h,  to prom itieneo through the ox-ja dry. but' unoccupied -for somo  client ihivor of tliir tobacco out time, was. destroyed by lire this  of which it is made.    , .1 morning .about 7 o'clock.  cut   Jiis  right 'foot   qui to';,',. c-.lld, --di,.,' .,.,' i      .      i  ir���i���ay���   ...  .   .       ',.,    i.s-���selling dressers   and   stand  The Cranbfpok Cooperative StoresV  party several hours  to   spsiid  \<.oyio l.*ike, '  on   duty of all irittu'estcd to  . ent.  spring-, $3,25; mattresses, $3.2.5 and  d       Felt Mattresses, $9,75  It will pay'you to get in touch with them  uc*   pros-  badly AYednesday afternoon while  working in thecamp of the company ou Lamb creek. He was  chopping when the axe glanced.  Dempsey was brought to town  aud Dr. Coffin dressed his wound.j  and sent him to the hospital ou  the evening train, (,,  Soreness of the  muscles,   whether induced by violent exercise or  i';i"^at;dr1^,:,':s^Ld^s^,CR7iNgR00i( co-operative  incur.,     Tlio   liniineiit  is   equally! '  valuable for muscular rhi'iitiiatism ^  mi*. I always  nlTords   quick   relief I '  - .       /  'Suldby.Mnyiyl��n,K:t.S:,rum,,-yl   . '   VlSill'O  Co.  :it   $11;   iron   beds ���' at  $3.50;  when vou want  S  im  '&* CB ^9 -|^i  lik'Kj  %  MM,  mm  mm  i  *fe,*.s:  Hi  11  l'l  'KI .  .!.��     ���  ���mfJiJ- Ml  ki   J *  \:    id  ft-  dsV  VK".  ���fife  ���vj1  "A  ���':Jy  * 'I?'  I  -^?  '���ii.3    ���  .-- -Art  Vfi'ft��      J<1  5J| ,'  B  -..��/  l*d%'-'  WW  f    "��� ,j*vtl  i-r.*  ,'fS  'ii  ��.   1.5-  ��� 111 v  i-.i. ��pi  ���    3t.  A     i A'3  * .     .' &i\  3  tt  7^  yyy-d'f  yySU -si  :yid|S  .���1 y  ���if-  THE LE^DEK, MOVIE, BRITISH COTJTMBldY.  'i't  u  i LEADER.  Published in tbui uteresto! tbepeople  11     of -Moyie an,il E.ist Kootenay.  F. J. SAIYTH. r'.;ii.Ubi^.-ii.  (unjon"^?) la bel>  hatt.   of  Miiiicmriiox  fine Ypar  . . ,,  .' '$2.00  'i  Fit [DAY, JULY 20, 191Q.  individual Liberty  Rev.  Dr.   Spencer and his  associates are making-   air ��� ef-  r ,  ���fort to, induce the provincial  government to ^ prohibit the  exhibition ,in British Columbia of the moving- pictures of  ,lhc TefTries-Johhsbn fight.  In' Ontario   the   friends  of  ���these iicritators have-been suc-  '   ccssful iu having' the pictures  interdicted.    The Leader ,con-  ,,- "i      ���     '-      '���      t  ���  lends, however, that this-',fact  should in no way assist ��� theut  in '. robbing- that element of  humanity, to -whom the, witnessing of these pictures would  be 3. source (of great jjlgasurcj  pi their privilege to see them  ii*. .this province.   In' the pros-  1 '''".* 1       ��� "'a       -    ���  perity at present prevalent in  British Columbia sufficient evi-  ' deuce is adduced to prove conclusively that British Columbians do.not-.have to look elsewhere, "and more especially do  Ontario, to ascertain, what  steps they shall take 'in such  matters.    , K   ,, '       '"  1 . l      1 ���    i" f  ".   The Leader is not   desirous,  , . --   <      <-. ��� ���,.,        ���  v/of taking part   in' the   contro-'  vers3'<as to whether or not 'the  'lectures should be allowed   to  be exhibited in British Colum  i  bia.   In fact, it has no concern  iudividualit\-. If   it     were  within their power they would  control the distribution of the  air   we breathe.    'They never  give consideration to the   fact  that different people are  fitted  to*  different' callings.,   Something-that would'almost, take  them off tlieir feet with enthusiasm would probably not even  interest others.     What would  prove, so interesting to  others  would'probably not .appeal   to  them at all.'   Even in thc case  of   trades   ,t.his     is      proven.  Many artisans excel   in' J.heir;  respective    callings     because  they have'a'natural  adaptation to that particular line   of  The Tenderfoot Farmer  It was one o�� these evpcrirncrital farmers, "'ho put j?rccn  fcpectucle,), on his cow mid fed her sli.ivin;is. Hii, theory  was that it didn't matter uhat the cow ate s>o long ns she  was fed. The questions of digestion mid nourishment had  SSTff&n^-jl "ut e*ltered ��nto his calculations.'        ' '  \J*IS��aj/ It's   only a "tenderfoot" farmer  that  would   try such  w an experiment with a cow.    Uut many a farir.t-r feeds him  self .regardless of digestion'and nutrition.    He might almost as well cat  shaving^ for all the good he gets out of his food.    The result is that thc stomach  ,   grows "weak" the action of the organs of digestion nnd nutrition arc impaired  and Uie man suffers the miseries,of dyspepsia nnd the 'agonies oi nervousness.  To strengthen the stomach, restore the activity of the oiv  jgans ot digestion and nutrition and brace up the nerves,  use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It is an un.  failing remedy, and has the confidence of physicians as  ,Kctl as the praise of thousands healed by its use. ,  In thc strictest sense "Golden Medical Discovery" is a temperance medicine It contains neither intoxicants nor narcotics, und is at fre-c from alcohol  ns from opium, coccine and other dangerous ilrugs. All ingredients printed on  its outside wrapper.1 ' ? , ,  Don't let a dealer delude you for his own profit. There \i'n,o medicine for  stomach, liver and blood ,"jusc as"good'' us "Goldcri Medical Discover}-.**    ���  "Meets Tuesday evenings  in the  Alineis' Union   hall.'    Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.    '  N. W. RuiiUBrr,        R.I. Smvth, ��  jVohle Grand. Scsr'y.  K. of P.  ���W' -* I. rist    ^cc,fi every Thnrsdn^  1 \'^J^y^J^'levening,   in    .McGregor  V'^^^/hiilliU--S  r 'clock-.   Vi*_  yJAjS  iting brethren welcome  ,K. 1). Stinson, E. A.'Itn.i.  Chancellor t'om.'   ,  K.   lt.   &.   S.  =3   f :  AsLowery Sess Things  .   (Oi eon wood Lede>e.)  POSTAL    PHOTOS.  i<  jvork.      Others,  .equally    as;I1,ado 1,ub,ic'�� ���������  bright . generally    ^speaking-,'"!    Sarah  Iternhardt  is  something  cannot even make good on ac-!'ike ]lrtl,tiy>:J' ��omet.   Sho' is spe  1 A    .     .      ���-, ' *"  ,    ���      ,? .    to return.     Jt must be near] j- 100  coputqf   the   fact 'thai . theiriyenra si���cb wo-iirsfc s' w Sai,lh;  trades and theisiselves nj'e'/cn- imdnow &ho is CQuiL"r  back^Ioj:  tirely mis^t. f  The Intercolonial railway nn*de ,1 make a specialty of Pos  money.this year. How tha ncci-jtal PhotOkM'ork-. Prices/ ^1  dent happened has] nob yet 'beeii|f01- 50 cents, or'$l.'25-fl dozen  MISS, I?XORA DEACON.  O F  Editorial Note?  one more farewell tour..", It is co  ho hoped that'she will como pften  {'01- an nctress is different than 'a  urizo,fighter. '  . j  Professor Karl I-Iarrics' of  the .University of "Kiel has  discovered, after , many years  experiment, that rubber is  dimetbylenjcilooctadien. " ��� It  certainly smells like that when  a piece of 'it gets 'on a hot  stove. ��� .   '.  The St.'. Eugene mine'-is  producing about 65 per cent  of the lead produced iu Can-  ada,' aud from all indications  .tliis big tonnage from Mo_-  yie's.'fanions ��� propert}* ^will  continue for years to come.  - In ,the days of- Jesse , Tames  and, the Dal tons, every", robbery that,took place was laid  at, their doors, .whether they  were guilty or noti', So it is  with these forest fires. J Every  fire;is started by "a spark from  - Jack Johnson, the black, giant  of'the fistic'areua, is good to his'  mother, ��� arid that , quality 'alone  will cover a multitude os" sins, 'lie  is also good to'his friends, and it  is' a safe bof*thut he wiji be broke:  1- r ,  in a year or two.' The publiq,will  give hiai the glad handy and load  the dice* when thec crap ��� game  comes up. SVbiiO his money lasts  Johnson will be peoted like a  poodle dog in a lady's seminary,  but when it is gorie0he will loom  up like a'dark de.uce in a cent belt,  poker game.      ��� ,  DESAULXIUR.    '  ,"      di:'.vij:i!' in ,  ? W��M��.W   ll  ' '   PKOMPT DELI VERY  Queens' A*7e, d, %LQYTE  Sijkirk   I.��<!g<-, No. 05  A. 1'.   As   A.'M.   1  ltegulnr    meetings  on the  first  Wednesday      of     each  __ mouth.  Visitin'g .brethren welcome.  11. Chapinaii, XV. My  K. A\r. ilui'dett.'Secretary.  <d  Stationery, Cigars, Pipes, Tobaccos Ch  oJatcs, and AH Kinds of   AssorL  r    lk  1    . Presh Fruit in Season anTsifl^  SPECIAL  FuM and Complete Stock of Fisi,jng Tacf.,  '  \and Sec Display in Window. .. jus( - ft "   ���C-  LUCKY LEAF ICE CREAM PARI OR  R. A. Smith''=* =���' ��� ])^u fe  St.   Joseph's /Convent-  ���< *��� -      y .  NEl.SON.II. o.        ,  iio-nvlin/ niul D'M-.f'pli.'Hil   (*r>tl'hK'l-  Moyie - Miners' /Union  ,   No/71 w. F. of M. '  -Meet's in Miners' Union' Hair every Saturday evening. "Sojourning members are cordially invited  to(attet;.d. - ,     ,.,.',  Albert Gill,' ,    James llobert<.'  '   IV^illi-nt.   ';        ' ��� **���   iSppreiHiv  Thos., Summers' < ^  Cigars,   Candy, , Fruit  and  ��� .   Confenfionefy.  '  TOTS, ..NOTIONS   ETC.  /South  'Victoria1   St.  Harvey,-  /McCarter   &  Macjdonald.-'-'*-*  ed bV,Hirfr,ors of .St. Jo-euli', X��;l,-*i>ii, I '*n     . .       ���    ,. ."  B'.   C.     "Comin.niial    and    ..���mi/��^ j ' ^"r'^ tenors, No.ariev Etc"  court's, a   op,m-l.illy.    Kxci-lldjei.'   imii I CranbrOOk.,  swift   ;ir'igrc-(,   clnij'icit*.ii/t*   t-.iclt   de-  p.irlrnciit.    I'r.ri'iiis   should   wrim   fur  puMii-nliir'"*.    One monili   ni-Miri-i-   tlu*  public��������of   ilie 'tlioroughiiesb   of   tiiu  yiaters' iiirethoils   of toaul-ing.   Terms  coniniJnce Janini'ry,  April  und   Sep1.,  Pupils are ndiniUeci tliiriuir^terip-       9  STOP AT THE  la passing engine,", regardless  whether or not thev are shown Lf      ,   ,,   ,, L    ,,    .   ,  ,.���,.-"' oi:   ",'hat   the   actual; eircnm-  anywhere.    This paper, how- Lf���*  1  1    ' j stances w>  ever, .is firmly of tbe  opinion  Wm. Jewe  rere.  'that if the majority of the people of the province are desir-  ous of seeing the pictures the  privilege should be ' theirs,  praphic   newspaper  accounts  The annual report' of the  minister of mines for the year  ending December 31st, is out.  The work- which was compiled  by Prof. W. F. Robertson,  of this pugilistic, encounterfprovincial, mineralogist, is  Avere published Avorld Avide, very thorough' and the mining operations of the province are covered faithfully.  Some seven pages are devoted  to the Aloyie camp alone.  many of 'which almost pictured  every round of the ring battle.  The Leader 'did not hear   of  Dr.  Spencer  trying   to   stop  this.      The newspaper  must  cater   to ,its   readers.    Those      The Cranbrook Herald very  3,000   correspondents   at   lhe j properly asks why a   site   has  ringside   Ayere   there   because not yet been selected  in   East  they   Avere   instructed   to   be. j Kootenay for a provincial dem-  They   were  instructed   to   be jonslration farm.     Presumably '  there because the   newspapers ; some tei-hnicalily is responsible |  had to cater to   their  readers.' for the delay.      In view of the '  Jfit   is   right  that   ihe  press'fact that   other districts   have  should give the public detailed ! been favored with these farm's,  accounts,   why  should   it   not ,'u-hich   cannot    fail    to   prove  be right for the public   to  see; highly educational to the fruit  the  encounter   reproduced   in grower,  it   is  hoped   that the, P. 0. BOX 30  pictures?    The camera cannot j selection   of   a   site    in   East  lie.       Therefore, it must givei Kootenay will   be made   with':  COSMOPOLITAN dd '  ���*" ��� Jsic?'T,33Ij  -' ' .-     , "���   '   i y   ���'���  , '    " ,   when in   ,     y  ���  CRANBROOK  E.TO.'-sar.a.i.L, aiBuacer.' ' '���..  }-r.   ��� ���  - ��� -  '   Good rooms, 'good tnblee and   bur  and first class sapiple rooms.  W.'E. GURD,      "  llAKItrsTKiC. SOLICrTOK, TJTO.  1 l l        ' 'l  CRANBROOK.      ' ?      .'  \ '' ��� Dentist,  Cranbrook/ .  ^WeMakeaPoint  W        ��,( givnitf a rtM',on   ^hy   wju.���,  ^      ' n|.ke.'l to. ' Tlicrc'.s "a r^son" ���  ^ySofl Drinks Bottled Here  yjjjp        pra "superior, to'  most   ollicrs.  ikj        w)i>?   U't.lH.-cavis��dwc.  kl|pw ;  ll>'        t-1,c/,rt "'llQW tolir>ttJe ���'  JJSod-j and Othei-Drinks ;   .  /  M        �������� t'|at Uicy   retain   tjicir  life-  I   East Kootenay Botting  ���\i>   p; O. BOX 810 ,      "'   ' >''-'���- '  /    d.HOv���,  a" Cranbrook,   B. C.     ���        "   -  ajiil frtislmess,  Co,  G-eofg-e H, Thompson,.  *- ��       ���. L 1  ��� H'Aituisjiiu,    Solicitor,     "  ' Notary I-uhlic, A-c. . *"���    '  .  '     '��� "'       V < 1'  CRANBROOK,       Bumsn CoLusimA  W. R. BEATTY  .Embulnier and Undertaker,  PHoneO.     ' CRANBROOK  Express and. General * Delivery Business. Livery and  Feed Stable.  r. T. MeVitm..C.E,l'  LS,    11.   V. I'urler,'���  E,  McVITTIB & PARKER  j       I'liovixcui-, r.A.vn Suuvj.-vixo     ,  JKAfl.lV.W   A;   JUMM     i:.NOINKi;itINO  ! Estimates Furnished.  ,  WOOD -AMD'   COAlLvs      m"I"'c":s'  Sale  Een\e Oidfift nl  Hw) line's i*torc.  I  Steele P. ii. Hox 2*"  j Cranbiook P. O. Box if,  Money invested around'Cres'toujis safe as in tlie Ihi  England. - The growing- of fruit'there is no longer a::erf  mcnl���ihe fruit speajes for-itself.  , 4 large trac't'of ihis laud has been1 placed i'i n;yl'  to dispose of hi Mo}*ie_at  $75 per acre, by the block.  Thi.s is-not a Avildcat town lot proposition, but *;J  legitimate inveietiucnt. You can see* what you are f\  Come in and let us talk it over.  Uiitisli  Ou.j-mbia  BUY- VOl-'H  4-  coupon NOW.  *...*...*... + ...*.....,  InTER-UTIO-IAL CaRRESPOXDcKCE SCHOOLS  Do-. 703. SCHA.NTON. PA.  IE  Local Representative,  FERNIE, B. C.  * T'li-lfC explain.nllh(\u'lurtnrr (itiiiiririnn na mypirt,  ,  ��� liuw  | cm  quiltlt  (or   -1   lir^'i r   *�� il irv  mil   lrivincc-  ���  11 (.nt to Mi.* imsltiiin l-L'kirr whicli  I   hiv<- imrkcil  X.  *  If you waul anything in thc  line of clothing ur men's furnishings, try  C- A, FOOTE   ���  TME TAILOR  Tobaccos  I Fruit  and  hiery  FltOM  B. Stewart  -THK-  j m stock th.e goods  Wc carrj  to  make    an    up-to-dalc  made in  town,  or  Cfifllral Hold.  suit 1  we can tret! r      ,,,!W,"flj:i!' ,,,i,,H  von    a   special    ordered    suit'    "'i  "'",'   ""   '"   ���ctio��  made to vein -        "'     ' ^ h"l"�� for ~-' ��� ����.,  the people a straight t,ccouut.  The fear of race   riots   is   a  feature that is entirely eliminated here.    There is  nothing |  to compel those who, take   ob '  as little ,lei ay as possible.  Coming Events  A ', Writer  Arrrn  DriltMiiifi  S-iiiw Cml W  I'��*r  StrtjLliir il I mjliic*f  WmwIow T rltn  iiLr  Sin ctur 4!  [inliMum  tutl S- r��KP  'xmi^  Ln'itr ittor A HiiUlcr  Ornii'iciii il r  ���sftMit r  1 'ir   nnn I'I 1- ilu r  'lrr'nrinl ll  rif'lrri,T  ' H!    11   ��fj  <"hll  l.nKfrrvr  Mtch Mii< il I>  K  K   Cm struct'/iEii,;  I on mi in M ���"���  I \trt tu il I.n  'Inft r  ���Inline Knf'lnetr  I l.c'tft nn  C'n inKt  F'owrr S-vlun  Sup:,  It' oJ-krrper  Architcrt  Slin^r t|j[j ;r  son,  jection.to   the .nature ' of   the   .'Sil''-Wilfrid Lauder at Nels  'pictures, from   stlving   au-av^T3'2"'    '  from the halls or   theatres   ii Ul        ^^ ���1^'^^  * Sl.ANo..  ��   Cllyj .  and 7  which    they  .'arc.1, exhibited, i    Cranbrook Fall F  It takes all kinds'of   people 2l to 2:'-  to make a worU.    .The   Creator knew ihis:    These prof^s- -i.  sional      agitatoii-,      however, ]. ; Spokane Tntorqfate  air, September  Nelson-Pair, .September 2.8 to 30.  have no   regard   whatever for oljur :i to <J-  Now Denver FrqitFjtir, October  Fair,   Q-Jt-  THE WAIVE  Ice Cream Parlor  ueasure.       *\\'c  ��� 'have ready-to-wear Campbellds  t  clothing, the   bust   made   and  I  fitting clothing in Canada.  :       Underwear,  shirts,   collars,  I  ties, belts,   .summer   hats  and  I neai-ly.,e.vcrything in   the '-.Hue j  : .of furnishings, atdreasonable  prices. ' '��� '   ,     :.''''���  Ail our goods and work guaranteed. Cleaning, pressing and  repairing done.  01 .I'jcomriioiliitjon.  I lIcnil'iiMrters   (or   Com-  | nicrei.il unci Mini 111;Men.  [Qi-ki-xsavi;        -    .MOV/K, R C  Drewry IJiiidinj,'    .    h./\, i[unic, J'roji.  ���      J.   a.*  fBZtirar������?Jia!2S!ZB?tt.^iSm-TmBm^ I  SI'dVD  VOLTl.. \VOJ!K    TO   THE  KOOTENAY  STEAM f  LAIINDR^  NELSO.Y  All White Labor.  ^^^^.^^^if Merchant Taifor',Jmvpworkw5thth0 ,ocaIueent  . -   -,-.-- .i,0p:W.c,,Rb.    , A. B. STEWART  1 wmawasrawacra^araawK^^  I A" made by tbo'present brewef i- ndniittui!)U  .;l)est lloer in Fast Ivootenny. With til." J^t *  i-md the Purest SprinR Water it i" i"l|,ufl1' '  ,'ijnalitj'.    ln.sist on Imvinp Moyie Hi'Ui'-  BOTTLED AND DRAFT HIM  ��  MUELLER & HESSE,   PROPS.  ft 2  MOYIE HOTEL  F>. R. JOMNSTON, prop.'  This   hotel   is   new'and   well   fll,;i,1'sllC(I'rJit,,  tables are supplied with the .best the market, ��  ��� ' ��� ,  i,q,ioiS  r  The bar is filled with  the; best   brands   ol  and cigars.  Headquarters for  COMMER  K'lGYlE,  ��*����� #^����������fo����1��'������'*������������������  eadquarters for .     J,  CIAL  AND MINING MEN  - British Cola^j  _..!(��� !���   "V_    ^  MYSTERIOUS  SAVES  FROM  EATH  TO#X of the-Patient with the  Oddly Vibrant Voice arid of the  Sudden Peril That Flashed Into, a Doctor's Tranquil Life ?$ y.  Co,'  HOSE B  /-  thnt had disturbed me before, but ignored 1113- question.  ANOETl thnt^Js ponderable, danger tlint  consists In appreciable risk. Ui a common    'Vou'think I do not know,' he said, shifting dil.s 'gaze  T  '"1  fet.'-^;  fc1'"*���  tlicfc  W'-'v  r a:: or j  K: '*%  tt" ~"."^  a '���9S  ( 1  ��     ' 'ji!  :"')' '1  B���    * . i  c     - ll,  e ' *.y  p.        *J  ck.  t -4  F-   - M  K       *)  Er.   *-v  1  K* *�����  'iii�� j  BT * to  re f\  S fc ���ttH  Y!  'ly the I  t M  ,lf  ���oj��  ^enough matter to ihe medical profession,",,  ,sild Dr. Carleton pinion recently, ';as It la  , - * ' '   ^1 *. -,  (*- '  i,     to many othelvcnlllngs.   N,o man reekrtho  > '   1    ,1     * 1 1    1     ' '    '   J  Blinrp thrlll'Of terror; &t, such danger.   It Is the threat  tliat leaps suddenly- from the dark. Hint,has an clement .of surprise or mj-Stery or'tho abnormal In  It.  which brings the real clutch of fear and which one  1 y ' ,     ���        .k '  remembers as a real peril.  from 'his brother to me and bnck again.    'Ah, you  '     ,      ft ^  -think I cannot* watch.    Just now, outside' the door  there, he told of the .things that I sec, ot my great  trouble.    And he'told you that I .was wrong, blind,  stupid.    I.tell you the things are' real,, not from my  .Imagination.' ,.        ' ���>   ' ' , ' '  " 'What are these things?' I askod.  '"I nm followed, 1 have enemies,' lie n'nswered.  7lUi  ���I suppose tlmt 1'havc been nearer lo (Wil: In-tlie   ,nn ,CIDIltatl- gesture.  /My brother is either a fool or"  course of my duties .than 1 ever lnuc been  through'   hc Is wUh lhc,n to lnJuro mo-   'Tlle-V nr0 behind me,    ��  Hut there'Was n moment In'dny lffe-during   ievery :ill"ule- e*'er'*. nilnute.    They saw me come Im  i1 violence.  which I fought single handed and alone'.igalnst the1  inut'derous purpose of a' madman, which I recall inevitably   when   the   questionq of��� personal   danger   Is  rulstd.      '. ,' " '   �� - ' ''.  ;   .'     "X  was  seated' in   my  inner office  one  afternoon  .whillng nn idle hour with .1 book when the bell rang  ;���   and my.servant Informed mc' that two men wore In"  , . r' -��� n'rt  '���   the reception room.    I was In tin* midst of-.i chapter  ,      'i j   ' ��� -y . 1 t i'i  .and I did not care,to break the thread of the treutise.  1 must hnve kept the, .men waiting for some ten minutes. ���   ' ' 1'       ,     >  "Toward'the end of-tlint time I became- a\rnr����*In  Fplte of mv absorption-in* the book, of a subtle'but'  Insistent annoyance.^ I looked up and listened.    Tin*  two men -were talking, 'but it was not the mere sound,,  <i of voices In conversation -that llifd MTcctcd 'me. * 1 have v  , the faculty of throwing 'off small distractions of the  ,    kind.    Rut I foil! somehow, a strange, vibrant quality  in one of the two voices*tlint played upon my nerves  like 11 jagged edgo.'somcthhig th:it'hold<a~vaguo. slnls-   ��  ter suggestion "of evil md unenniiiuoss.  "if Is dltlleult ���  11     . , *'  10 describe how Hint peculiar timbre affected me, but  l.know that (r finally drove me io relinquish my book  and to hurry into the reception room.,  "As. I opened the door I heard the voices more  ��� plainly*, rapid, high In tone and rising toward anger.  The language was Italian. I entered and approached  <he ttwo men, who fell silent at my appearance. One  .of them was well sot up, carefully dressed nnd with  all'the air of a prosperous and respectable business  man. The other bore a striking resemblance to the  ���first, but with n twist of indefinite caricature. Ills  figure was coarser, his lean, dark fnce sharper In  feature, his clothes hung about him In bags and  wrinkles. What drew me most of nil wns hi^ o.*ics.  ���which ronmed tbe room, moving qulcklj from side lo  side, nnd which met mine only to turn furtively aside.  Instinctively I associated him -with the unpleasant  voice whicli had so jarred upon me. ,  "I bowed and led the way back into my ofiice. holding the door open for them. My well groomed visitor  manoeuvred tho other before him Into the Inner room  and made mi a quick sign that he wished to speak to  mc alone.,, I closed the door on the slouchy ono for a  moment while his companion talked rapidly. ITo  /showed me his card, which bore-the name of a larg(��  wine Importing house, nnd introduced himself as tho  head of the firm.  "'I have brought you my brother for observation,*  ho snld with scarcely a trace of accent, 't-'or some  time his family has been greatly worried by Mi  actions. ' He believes himself to be the victim of a persecution, and nt times he hns been violent. Wo wish  to hnve your advice."  Thc Two Men.  "I nodded nnd we passed Into the oflloc. The  brother, whom wo might call I'lelro, was sitting In  the full light of the window, nnd ns I busied myself  nt my deskywlth a proscription paid I observed hlni  nairowly. but with seeming carelessness. lie repaid  study. He wns n handsome man, nnd not o\ en the  strange, ropollant veil of ltnbblncss that seemed to  hnve settled upon Iilm ns n mental and a physical  quality could lake nw:iy the moulded strength of his  noso and chin 01 quite dull the charm of hK brilliant  eyes. He wns of medium height nnd broad shoal-  tiered and. what harmonized not nt all with his appearance of bodily health, hc was in a state of constant  nervous ajjltatlon.  "The closing of thc door seemed to have nroiised him  to a 'point where he could scarce hold himself together.  His swift, roving eyes returned to It constantly, In unmistakable fear, and left It'only to gliinco at his brother  -and myself with a gleam of Suspicion ami hate. Ills  ; hands, which were strong and sensitive; were clasped  'tightly, so tightly that the skin had gone white and  hloodless under the pressure. I tiled to relieve tlie  tension under which lie labored, 7  " 'It appears that you are not feeling well of late,' I  fi.aid,.soothingly.    'Yon'must take things more easily,  ������"/i-'ell ivie, do yon get enough sleep?'  ���"Ue /jroke tuto speech, with the sumo jarring note  11' a  *���"  hei;e.    Thoy are watching that door. *-rXhey creep Into    I  r ' I , '   '"  iny room nt night.   I see them near me in the street.'  "Five days later, as I ushered a patient out of my  inner oMce, I saw l'lctro in the reception room. He  was tbe only one waiting and 1 lin Itcd him to cuter.  It The Shaking Hands.  :' "li thought at flr'at glance that the man had Improved somewhat. Ills t:jes .were not so wild and  they dwelt upon me fixedly. Ills hands still shook,  however, and he could scarce direct the cigarette he  held between'his yellowed fingers to his lips. "When  ho'spoke It was in the same unpleasant high, qnl\er-  ing note that I had associated with him, and again  it wrougjit upon 'iny nerves.  "'Doctor,  you  told iny  brother  that I ,was crazy,  H.-iij held ine lui-l;. I ln-g.in to fe'-l tint he hid lenibli*  resources of stieuglh hi his madness, ami lit 110 tliim  would he lm\t* been a -ligM opponent, i did 1,01 crv  out, nut only Jieciusc I needed every ounce of 'poww  L111L bucuii'-e I felt th.lt' to do so would ���iroilse lilin 11/  the most (Icspct.itc oll'orts. As the bust expedient I  adopted a ������ouii.o w bleb has since < uused ine lo wonder  at myself, >  "I i began to tnllyto film a�� wo wrestled about lhe  room. 1 controlled the pivssuie of mi, lungs so I lint  iny \oice was 1mU1r.il and calm. AVe might hnve been  sifting amicably over a smoke tor all a person In an  adjoining' apartment would Inn e known. It required  no .small physical e.\oitlniiM', achieve such .1 result 'it  such a  time, and. If nothing'cl.se, iny nitctiilou  u.ts  djdn't you"-' ho began rapidly,   'i'ou need not deny; \\t    s-|l��1,tIi* dlslr.u-teil from all'.iirs of oidlmu-y coiuei,u  told me himself, though he did uot menu to.    1. wm  afraid   you   would   Join   the   conspiracy di gainst   m.i  wheli   lie .brought   me  here.     Now. you   aro  ono  of>:  flieiu.    Vou mean to lock me up.    But I,wP.l not g;>.  Do'you 'understand?.1 '        ,       " '       ,  " '.My dear fellow,' I said lightly, 'you make the case  altogether too serious. All X told your brother was  that you needed rest nnd tliat1 you have allowed your  affairs tn excite 3-011. Jiiat let me innke out a little  prescription.. You require something to'cnlm you.'  "���Tlien you did not (ell him 1 wns crazyf In* persisted. t>tlll eying uie closely.  ��� "'Absurd.' I said, turning easily .to my desk and  taking up ray pad. This move brougl'it m'y back to  him, but I was reassured by hi.s Improved appearance  and it did not occur,, tb me that I had best keep :'  watch upon him. I continued to-talk while 1 wrote  the prescription. 'What I told him was that you have  been working too-hard. Many men bring trouble upon  themselves that .way. You "see, a man oive-i it to  himself;-^���-       '   ~ * "'    '  "I was rattling on in this manner, to keep bis attention, when something made me drop my pci and sit'  liack. ,lt was no sound, for I heard none, but it *vas  lion.  "We spun across to the wall, where rietro br-ie>��t  and hung nil bis weight on (lie arui by which I  Kept  , the Vllelln awny.    '.\W, foully."  I  s.ild, /Ihis  isii t  nice of * ou.'   ��� , j  The Maniac's Collapse.  "I  whlrlid  hlni aw'.-iy, from  the , wall* and tried to  crook in.\  knee back of bN own,  Tin quite (ll-iippoiiil-  .  ed In you.' I said.    'Iliiv.e 1 been nrntig, then.'mid aiv-  youje-illy tiast-"/   J shyuld be sorry lo'thlnk si..^  "lie evaded my nliempt to tlirnw him and tried hi ,  "Jam  me back  over the desk,��� saying nt-ver a   wuid,0  though   I .could   hear the  wind   whistle  b(-tweeu   liN  teeth.    'Now. don't do this; don't do this,' | said.  "I .nn  ���  your friend,    If you w'iuild only treat1 me ptoperl.? I  would  be ^lajli to help j��>u lu your troubles.    I  linn  no designs upon you./ l'eihnps 1  might own aid Joud  to throw .\otir persceutois olf the track.' ; '  "Suddenly his muscles went I'nip. his grip about'my   ''  body rola.Ned.    You  may be sure  I seized the opportunity' to loosen tjie stlletlo from hi.s grasp.    -Vou���you   ,  will?' lie said   eagerly.    'You will help meV" r  ' 'Certainly," I said, while 1 locked up the stlletiu.   '  'I.et us  .see what  we can do.  .First lei   us'give y(,u  something to make >011 ���well."    It was over.    All  the    ,  ���a siiddeirwavo of tho repugnance and tlie^mpressloii    1Ik1'u Wl!> out of ,,,���/_ ^ ^^  Dx. CARLETON SIMON  Photo Toy Marion  '    ���%&    ���&,'���  , ,vv*:. >''��*   , gp  '-,�������,       1*|.S?'?C( *  >   - -/^i     l ji Jf' ,  ���'-'���*--,  '    *l-2      '���      ':  rftfi.'  of a sinister influence that the man had mado me feel'  throughout. As I pushed back from the desk a weight  fell upon my shoulders nnd a descending arm struck  j pnst'me with a flash of light. I started up, grappling  with the man. who had fluDg upon me,'and Iidtincthe-  I:�� a> breath 1 saw a long.  a In a Breath I Saw a Long,  ��� Glittering    Stillctto,   Buried  Deep  in  trie  Writing   Pad.  and the Desk.  nave taken no surer ��r  moi-e certulii meiiiis of overcoming his mania" ih in'by '  plajlng up to it without forcing liini to extremes..    lie.  .sank Into a chair, while I liumedly mixed a soothing  draught. ���>')"-,        1     ' '  ' "'.Vow, r'-letro.' I said, 'the ne.v.r thing is for you 10,  go home and lest." Ile drank the u'ledlc-iid quietly  and left the house when 1 led hlni to the door. ,\\"Iien ,  1'got buck into my ollice, 1 had ,1,Utile re.iytloinof my  own and I needed ''sumethlng almost us badlv as  I'ietro.' ' , ' '    ' *   ''  "A.s  soon as  I   was  able  I did   some  telephoning.  Within   the Jiour  Vietro   whs   in   a   strut.in.' net   anil '  on  his  way 10 an  ius.iue as.Mum.  wbere  he died sW  months later. ' ��� '  ' "Thnt. I think, was my greatest itionient of peril: .it  lenst^ it was the one .whicli-m.-iile the sharpest linpres-  sion upon nle, which,Is the only way 1 can judge.' I  was in the llaailngs r.illro.-i'd wreck "and lu the Windsor Hotel lire, two of'the grenu'st disasters ot the last  twenty .vears. but nothing that lias happened 10 me  lias ever.given to mc such .111 .uiile sense ot (binger a��*  did Pietro":ind bis vibrant v.i.iee." ' .  _THB.\]LSGHT^BR SfDE  Awakensd In Time.        '       "'     /  COf.OXKr, ^rAUUOX I'.OVICI.V. who keeps thr��  only hotel at I'lilmetto Cioss Ho;uls. South Cnnt-  3 . Una. is a p.inigon.of leal old Southern hospit.ilil.v,  and wli.tt IliO pl.ice'may lack iii'niodein coiivenieiici-s  Is made up by the sympathetic, pa rem a I way In which  lhe yoloiiel iir-ats liis fileuds. l-'or years be h.is in.nle  il a rule to gn e always .1 ��� little mote than they .-t-l;��-i!  for. That "1.1s established his reputation ;.unnig trav-,,  elling men and a .Vew Vorkei-'vvho had he.ud it and  who wns stopping nt lhe phn-e for the fu-at time.  ���"Why   do   juti   always   give   extra   me.tsuie?"   he  asked.  "In the relations that obtain between gentlemen,  suh," an.-wcicd the'Colonel, "it is always, proper to  bo extra .iceoinmodating."  '���Will you Join me?" asked the New Yorker, nodding  toward the b.ir.  ,      "Charmed, suh;"  The .Northerner ordered .1 pony glass of brandy, but  the barkeeper at a sign lrom tlie Colonel f.ud there  were 110 glasses sq s��i.ill in the phue, and put out .i*u  ordinary whiskey *gl.issl with the comment:���"That'll  hold moro." *       ��� <���  After  the  Northerner had oaten  a very' satisfying  dinner and  enjoyed  a  Mnoke   he  left a  call  for sit-  in the morning, so as to catch nn early train, jocularly,  remarking to Ihe Colonel.  "Now   don't forget to still'  be 'extra accommodating.' "  "I promise you I won't, sur," replied the Colonel.  So tlio New Yorker went to sleep with tho serene assurance that he would be aroused at the proper hour.  "I seemed liaidly to have fallen into a sound .slumber," s.nd be la telling of the Instance recently, "when  \ heard a terrilie pounoi:ig at '��* dour. 1 Bp. .ng u|>.  w l.le awake.  "What's  the  matter?"  I  called out.  "Four  o'clock:   four  o'clock:"   came   the   landlord's  voice  frmii  the other  side ot  tlie  door.    "Two  muie  hours to sleep'."  TU  " 'Surely you have nothing to fear from any one,* 1  said. " ���'  "The Idea seemed to strike hiin. 'Nothing to fear,  no,'   lie  echoed;  then,   with  sudden  fury,   "For  they  had  better look out.    The first one I eat eh'-     A  spasm passed across his face nnd lie clenched Ills  hands before hlni.' I'vveht on talking to distract his  mind from its brooding ami'gave him some ordinary  advice as to his care of himself. Under cover of this,  as I ushered them out, 1 drew the sane brother apart  for ai) 'ns-taiiL ���...;������       ',. .  " 'The man Is dangerous,' I-tvhlspcred. 'lie is unbalanced aud.nuty be about to commit some violence  upon himself' or others. You had best get him liito  ��� aii asylum iat. once.'  ."Rut he. could not entertain'my view of it. :'Oh, I  think you must be'mistaken,'.he protested. '1'letro Is  not so bad as' that. We could not bear to see I1I111 confined.   Will you not make a further examination?'  "'If you  like you .may send  iilm  to mc'In  a  few  days,' 1 answered.    'But .the'ease. Is* one for careful  .treatment' and re.oose.    lean do nothing for him.'   . ���    .  glltlcrlii�� stiletto buried deep In the writing pad and  the desk beneath, where the blow had driven it.  filet ro had not relaxed his gra'S'p of tlie weapon, but  by the time hc bad wrenched it loose,I bad caught,his  wrist. With my other .arm I held him about the body,  'alid.we began to struggle!   1 had no time to be afraid.  '���'or tlie instant before'lie made-..his leap 1 suppose 1  knew what real terror was, under the pressure uf.tliat  strange, mysterious, warning which his voice hnd first  .ji.. 11 me, but I had no .oppressive' sense'-of danger  while we fought.  "I  had  him  off  his balance  for a   moment,  but  lie  throw 'himself  ii;.;:iiilst   me  in   rage ��� nod ���". rather   moie  It Was the Teacher.  I^IIi:  school  li.nl   the reputation  nf  being  the  most  tuibiilcilt hi lhe distik-t and lor s.iiut.ii-y purposes  the  now siipci-inieui^'iit   was a  massive,  muscular  man with the strength of a giant and a habit of Mid-  don, declshe lulh'ii.     lie bud .-.1st arrived in his new-  ollice aiid   was busy examining a mass of data  when  nn upionr arose lu the room no*-l to him.    Jt ceiiM'd.  tlien It hioke our anew  and  with inure Intensity,     lc  was  inure than  lie could stand.    He k oUed  01 er tho  glass   part Dion   into   the   iipioarlniis   room   and   unv  among lhe noisy I,ids  issomhlcd then* a tall chap   u ho  , seemed to be making more'of a; row than all the rest  combined.     I'osldeyh'nisolf   with   rage,   the   superln-..',  lOiident seized the ralbh'iy by; the collar, draggeir'iiim  over,the [larlillon-and banged hliir'd'vvu into a chair  beside liis desk, y.  "Now.", be said, "sit still .lucre and don't open jim.'  lips ti!!  :��� give you ttie word."  y 'Then   he'bent  (A'er  his  papers  and   hi   the  ensuing  quietude     worked'    away    busily.. y Fifteen     ininiiles  passed.  ".I'lieii the head of'a sninH boy'peered, iiiui.lly.  over.tlu* |i:iri,i!iiiii ai'.d a  nice!;, little ��'oici' said: -  ���J'.lease, sir, ycu'-. >��� got ci:i' liarlicr."  M  M  m  1    p- -'w y  ^.''-ytlWj,  id*  M  id   nv.  m  H1^ :,  nay  te.l'i ���  ill>*!'  Mi  W  ��rs  m  ti -H  �� -<T  ,'';  &..<��� fV *  flrVi  'd$  ���! .:��;r'.  ���S^Wi-r*'?!   .     >'  ��ll,'  *  i||f�� -  if y "*  tip  ^r-"  ���������'*.  v-  ,\ j  l   C^^VKhintJ-ak^Bk.MbtaM  >���"���*�� iMir,oi/j  Cf i  '.TITK,T ,E ADTCft. .MOV\V\, MM1TISTI,CpLITMUTA.  *"i  a^flf?WEg����PwaBgr^^  ^513J1^  �����ii!  No'n-Personal'  ���Registered Office: f1  MOYIE,    B.C. *  Secood  Annua,!  Directors' Report  ' - June 7th, 1910    '     "   '   "  .  Miiei*lt)C bin ri j.riit nm ren.Jc-f.l S(0   r. ot t,f   iWolonmom  . i i.'s.if,. '   ii it or r.iM;i;-, ns lei t ol (Tusieiiltjiilr nji,l '.'.lo  fidt   of  b, I  i.���..n |le  Hl-M.l'ii!.'!,,, l,!|..,| iii tile n,,'      ig of  ,  / ��� ".  l��,iHi.l!i���.,liMiiti:i,,1i:,.     1,,.,n,..- I)���.,���e, -, tll', ;.J j1* - V,is   >!-  !.?,i , i*V'    r-V." ' "���'���"���I'h-lf'I'l*   Un-  ^ivoriiinvrii,  ire   Mm-   l.u  {ke i'ill n.IiT       '""' '"��� '','"l!lo,"-,"ll_ ' "t '!����� w.'i oUH'tttmsuvtr  '     ' About 10 (omorcrilile ni.., sn-te.,1   f-om llivV'iincciMrntiii^'nn'.  fi ni   l,o iim er liiiilip. iiv.iiii.hb ilu,,.,), ���,. ,>mi ,)���.��� ,�� ���|M ��� i,d'  ���I'lMitb) of me on t i; i���������T .liun,,   w illt.|, ,.,���v bo VliJ)  ied i,:,,!*!-'  al.!�� nil (u l.iiuiJiu Int-Uliies iu<. hn.,rnv..rl in,v,i '<     *  Tliv Uoielupiiiei.t  worse on iliulnr.crtiuiiK-l'linsiint <lioivn en  lhe <.u;u-elmrm.|. reforeiis tint   (omi.l Id    ic,,",\��X\ lis  ^'oS'iT "rWla'V�� U'Ht ,rC hHIU uo'   yl,. i~V"^ "^  . aiicwnl;1.!! ilnvclonnie.it  l-i.i uui  sbfiwn  id  fi.biit'i   id,,],,  ;od;V"V"r ','W,":\!,,l!t' '���';l'">l'i'Ol<'"'.rP*u<lll|<'Voripiii|i ^tuniN  J,*,-.."''   ','  '.' ''��� ''c I"*" "f sIolJ.- inii-t hy rf!*;.oscd sif. oi   j. Hiau  <��  '���  Orguimed uudei Lhe laws of'British .Columbia June 1st, 190S, and specially limited under Section "  56 of thc Company's.Act, 1897.'    Authorized capital $1,000,000, divided into 1,000,000 shares of  the'  par value of ,-U.OO'ca'ch..   Fully paid 'aud nonassessable. .; '.515,02 l-shaft-*; remain in the treasury.   ' ' '  ��� ' '  , ' ��� '��� i , ���      ���' i  ;    :;   BOARD OF DIRECTORS���    ,  ,  ������ '- ���      .President  * 11  Secretary  Vice-President  Resolution  The directory adopted 'the/fuJIou-iijp  > -  - 'v    ' ���������?.' L      "'  ;, ivv^^<^^A;<yv^<lvv^^A^lA^A/^^vw^/^<^^^^  ,':'! G.C. Farreli .  &.i Ji- P. Farreii  | D.v A. , Ay res  f f.PNi ip.Cbnrad  3�� i  resolution on June 22nd,.1910  ,        On account df the existing ' in^h(^  ucss 'aijd the plan of development to put j,-    j, $  ' a raise fron.i the lower ut)rkinjrSl0C(m  with the winze on the aippe'r level, thereby  facilitating- the mine ventilation  and 'dtl'  velop'tlic interveuingVound, it i.s |���,^,u.  ordered   that,.5u,000 shares ' of" [^1  stocl; be offered'id shareholder's* at twe!\-fd  and a half (l2'1-2,U-cntS per sliaro, api.li-  cations-for.said.slo-.'k'to'b&'oii' fyl- ',*;,, n,C0  office of the company jLviLhiii 3() dav^ fr)im ���  date.'  *Y*r**^*<**d'  -lr  ' \\] -AH"'the"World'fcoyes" Fine'-Sflyerw&re;  " [ " ���:Adinires Neat Jewel/dry,  Appreciates hlkhk .batches  u  BUSINESS' ;L Ock L s!  rviiss L. Al..Scott, trained  nurse  of Iliithwell Hospital;1 Winnipeg,  r ,    , , , ,. , Iis  ready for engagements of any  From o^r.uatalug-uc you may   choose   tlie  world's  best. \kiad-      paternity   %��� 'specialty.  ournamc isnot on ourmailinp-lisf ^dfd'nQ Wi   ���^   ;���  M��yie-     '    "   l   J.     idv;y   ���  Singer    Sowing  ilachines   cost  ^^^p^h'^p^^.  It your name is not on our mailing- list write''ns 'and get in  touch with tlie- largest Jewellery Mail Order House in the  world. \\ c communicate v.-itli every point inT3ritish Col uinbia.  * '    1 ��� r i  * -  ' 'Jlenry Birks & Sons, Limited.  .'*  Jewelcry mail order house    ' Geo. E. Trorey, M^n. Dir.  ' ���       ,v    VANCOUVER, B.   C.     "       '���."'"  Harold Nelson Comipg  llarokl Nelson, the. actor, will  2n*ikc a tour of the K-ioteuays in'  .September, and has engaged Mor-  .leyh'Ul iu .Moyie i'oi- the evening  ;oE the (Jcli. JIo and hi-i company  'are playing '-Pioiro of tlie Flaiu.-."  ��� At the CliurclieSc  very little more th'au cheap'ma  chines. 'Do tlio best work''a'nd  last it-life ^time, .Sold on siiiall  monthly payments 'by U-eo." 13.  Powell, Cranbrook. In Moyie on  lOth'of each month. ''  FOTt SALE��� Four room house  aud shack Vith lol; both furnished, $450. Apply, T.' Summers,  Cigar Store.  IFJT'S JOH iibXTiV  The  >  e  , , July and August are the two most  dangerous months of the year.    '  * * _ i >    * ��� <  V       J.     ��>        IT  *~ / '     '^S" Store.    ��� ,'.-.. ) AV  aoats for Kaoteuav ' :vor ^^-^ee f^ediX  '. i-ooma   iu, tire   J,   H.   McDonald, *"<!*,  Miciiionwr t ni-Kc-n  A shipment of 20 pure bredf  milch-goats will.be made at once  bv tho 0 J*. Jt. from England*' to  the Kootoiuy district}.. ' There is  iiopts that thi-y will arrive in Nelson in time for exhibition at the  fair, which will he held from September -JStli to i-Jth. The goats,  which are of the Anglo-Xubiau  breed, bred speci-illy for their  milking (jualitie.-, art* expected   to  ( house. Apply to C. F. Bothamley, I  or at Leader ofiice,  INTERNATIONAL'  HOTEL,  o  '"��� * <  , This hotel is 'now under new  management, and is Gist class  in every respect \ \Ji  ~ V"r | s\  TAYLOSl &   BONNER, d*"^^  "^1 Leader  ��� CAN IX) IT  iToriiiu-i-oits.  Victoria Street.  i\ioy  METAL MARKET.  New York���"Jar silver, 51 cts.  Lead JgLfiO.  i.o.vi)0.v!-Lead, J212,   Os.Sd.  Stock Q,uotations.  '    FOR  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES     y  of all descriptions, such as house  fittings, lamps, shades or motor  boat supplies, spark plugs, coils,'  batteries.'go to or write.  J- H. RltfGROSE  Moniiny^ivtcaLJla  m     c,.n , -''^1'^'.^-. are expected   to  U��y ' S."���,ol, 3   ,,, i,::;;^  th\milk  ����-��W����>   f-   the  J"ci-.s-Nj:rr)  Mv JiUU-EA   i:i.Wi:T.f..  A   hearty,  v.el  'Oine   extended    to a I!  lil'.V. S. COOK,  (I "a*-tor;  '-���o-l.    'I lie oi igin.il   quoted   figure  ' ��'��� ������'���H'li.-wi  .'oftl^.^at.lauldcw,,   ul   Xel-on ' ^"liZi  ��� war, b./l, and it  is  expected   that  tin* liuaj price to the i.-iuclior will  mil di.'ler initei tally from Lhat.  w.uo  i.  i uaH*MaaBBuma^^ M  By talring: out an insurance policy  i> in either'of tbe following companies:  'Stanley St.  NKLHOAr.  I  '���un-  d'iy-cho-il and I.iLlc clas-    ;ifc    jo  a.m.     Kveninfj Service at  7-:"0   p..  iu.    A hearty welc.ime to all.  .      ItKV. w. A.  IIACKN'.V, P, a.  ���.���,,; , n.'astn.;') . .1  Morley Appointed  !'r.-,.^i,*, n un*,    t iirit( it.  Mm-ninp; S'civicc li   a.   m.   >M,n-, i      r       v    t ���  Joe rercgha Injured  S. R .Morley, barri--ter of  Gran  brook and   owner   of  tho   Morley  l.T*t >iinday vv-ord reached   Mo-  block and hall in Moyie, has  been  _ yiu that Joe Feroglia, son   of   il.r. '.appointed miniiiR recorder in   tho  ���7     ~~-     T". |!u,d -M''S. .Tohn Feroglia,   had   met [fjovernment   ol'uee  at  Cranbrook  ^   The Jl-iyai Seal   r-igat    !;.as been ; w'"h a serious accident iu Tacomajto succeed S. Il/'Ho.skitis   who was  osforo the smoking   piibli...,-'C()l. .,. ! Huddny before by being run   ovei'j recently transferred to*Nelson'. '���'  ���do--.su years.    Ic is made in Xelimi, ij>r ih   street  car   and   having . his ! ' '' '  . a.nd   can    be    bought  every mountain .town.  l!���'" >-edk.  in   ne:iViy j'^bt loK badly,crushed,   an.ipufa-d   AVi        *-'      .'  : tion' of tho leg being probably I f ^ hp Stpm,icl1 faih to P-01"  Tp.,. ;.��� ���- d ! ..ecessaryy Mrs. Fel,]gHa lflfc fcn.! fo''"* '^ '"���'^���-.Pi.s. the bowels be-  Ie ...In' g.child,-,.,, nave more or j Tacoma on Sunday's tmin     ��� ^^ ��',w,,ft.����. d������ th" ,iv��'* a��d   the  es1-diarrhoea, which can  |���, ! '���   ;  . _k       ��� --  trolleirby giving Cli.uiib.H,;^ I Chambe.-lai.rdsto.nach and Li-  ' a,(;,uai,,if,lll,Tll%|l|uii]]. ver Tablets gently stimulate tlie  -���ui-  .   Ad fiiat is unces.s'irj   ��� ���...���������-..  peration of.tiii- |)f,Wl  "���irul and    then   c-  kidiifj-.s congested causing numer-  ous disciisey..   The snoniach and li-,   ..  kim-   vei-V-iUIuta gently stimulate   tilt- j Vt!I' "1"~L- U,: ���*towl to,,. Wlrliy | $^  Mverand bnu'ids to expe!   poison-  .,*oll<lilif>" ������"'  tUiarubt-rUin'.s   St..  ��� ' niuelt  ami   Jjiver   Tablets   can   '  to  -'ive th.j.pt^erih,,! dos��al*t..���. ,,l(;!l   o���s   ���m,t_,., ,'',-a,���e  the   system  "uire t.i,:,���.. (-un! i..'i..ihi ip-ition  ;lm|   sj(.;c " ],,...,rj.  ���I-,.  ~r-"1'   "il    (,o  ��� jre,  .iijuiin-i-'y  S.ilJby' th-.������?.;  -item.  11,  k. i-  -;,ife an  Mr:: -  .'M-lic,  t.i'jMi-ry ( 'ii  S -Id by .Muyiti'Mrtig- &. Sta-  {]harri!3erl3E?i's .Cough Remedy  lyre; C-:!^-:. c.-ci:p aaC- Wliwjiln-j; Cous'r.    ,  depeiiod upon to do ic.        Ivtsy to   /��<  tiiko and ni'ist efl'.-ctive.     .Sold   bv !  the A/oyio I bug i'-r Stationery  (Jt.  Chamberlain's Cougn Hemsdy  Cu-tu ';cld��� Tioci, .'.-.���c'. '.Vla-i.r.ir.E Cou^ll.     .  Shamrock Creamery Butter  Shamrock Leaf Lard     ,  Shamrock Hams  and       <  Imperator Bacon  ill   first,   class  I^rir sale  wc'i-.s anc  Uv  , ,,���Tliis paper is in a pc^ii' I  j to supply you with amili'-l  l\*ou mny require in ofiice *-  j.tionci*}*, private^ sIhu'oik'  dance,pro.^ranis, iiieiuis iC\  ffcrs, posteis, stock ccdifcf I  receipt hooks, sliippiii.'! '���''  laud in fact .���uiytliiiis* ynii r*"1  in this Hue. , .And llit*:  will be s.-itisfaclnry.  IV ITS JOIJ PRIXTIX''  ie  Ltd  MOYIE,  B. C.  The   world's    most    successful  '"-ledicine for bowel  complaints  is  ^'aniberlniu's Colic,   Cholera  and  di.airhoea Ile.nedy.     It has relieved mo.,0 li;lii, anddsttftoring, and  saved moro lives .than   any   othei  medicine in use.    l.ivaluabble for  children   and   adults. '      Sold, by  L)Je Moyi0 Drug & Stationery   o.  *>  DENTIST  The Expert Crown and ��"*'  Worker.  OlUce ovvs Mr- ^1",rl  MISS HELENA HARRISON  jOi-tiCi,.;:;,,! C.niilui.U-nf T���n���ll(, Const r-  vatr.ry  vl Music  P.O. Box 127   -   Cranbrook, B, C.,  Wii! be in >Ioyio every Thnrsdny. j Al*WSlrOMg' Ave,  ('.(' o\'*'i  Wall,   .  J'.'il"'  .Ci'��nL*


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