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The Moyie Leader Jul 31, 1909

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 to?  'X3T  l-'^l  "���������v-'uV"'"  3sSf  ./  .���"���  Por  Au-  the Latest   in  JEWELRY See  W. H. WILSCXN.  rwELER CRANBROOK  Wk Maki: a rri'i i i.u." v ur  Correcting E-ye Defects.    WILSON,  OPTICIAN  CHAXliltOOK  [OL. 12 NO; J 7  MOYIE, B. Q.,  JULY 3I, I909.  ��2 A  YKAii  Starting on Monday,        |  August 2nd., S  We will put on a "special sale for  the purpose  of j  selling out, completely all our  summer' stock  at j  prices Avhich will surprise everybody.      '          '������ A  We,have two house-cleanings every year; this  is' J  one of them.,  Summer good must be  cleaned out J  to make room for others coming in.    Prices tell.' j  If you want, your $ to go   the  farthest,' then  at- |  I -tend this.special .reduction sale at Campbell's: j  Record Year.  ,       * ', FOK QUALITY. ��  f":--^j  ?'.-",  Club Special Cigars.  IJigVahaveijust received another -.case  of   this   well ' known  ���^aiid of cigars and will offer them for sale while they1 last  fcl'the  following prices:    1,000'lots ,$65.00;  boxes of 25,  1^5; smaller lots 10, 3, for 25.,     - ,.        t, '   ,  " GWYNNE'S HAZELWOOD PARLOR.  Furnished House    ;  d l; ',��� '   *!fob' sale. A '��. ���  .'  Only $600,;  Terms $75 cash..     $25( per/montli.  Apply.  BEALK & ELWELL, ."Cranbrook, B. C.  , WISHING dTACKLE.      ,:  , i.' Now is tlie time tcf'gel your summer supply.   ' ��� '  Our prices will'be cut belowcost untill the end of July!  During the yearended June .30  the Consolidated Mining it  Smelting company's    smelter   at Trail  produced metals,  including  gold,  silver, copper and lead to the  extent of  $5,500,000,  which  establishes a new, record for the  plant.  This return is all the more worthy  of note because of  the  fact  that  throughout the year metal valuos  have     been     exceptionally   low.  With prices   where  they  were a  a couple of year3 ago, and they  are now trending  that  way, the  smelter returns forcthe past year  would .have   been' much higher  even than' they are.    En, the  face  of   the  market conditions, however, the returns for the year, are  .$77,500 above  those  for. the previous year, the figures  for - which  were away ahead of those forany  other,year. .        ',_  Another and an important factor in the .bettering of the showing,-however, was the.fact that  during J tho first portion of, the  year many improvements were  made at the smelter,rnecesitating a  closedown of portions of the plant  at different times.' These betterments have included several  new  blast furnacGB muck larger than  those previously in use.���so- that  the capacity of the smelter is now  much greater than it was a year  ago. .The increase,in the capacity  of the smelter enabled-the com  pany, despite the shutdown,.foe  improvements, to treat a considerably larger tbuiiage than ever before. The total for the year was  347,000 tons as against 305,V)55f6r  tne previous year. A - '*  |        GENERAL FLOAT        |  There is0talk ot Slocan City reverting back to the government.  An elephant in captivity must  have an oil bath at least once a  year, i u '  , The Province of Alberta is 280  miles' wide and 700 miles long. 11  is the sinte of Great Britain.  Flies  Lines  &  that cost you 50c a tloz.  <����      ������''"- 25c each      f  "    '' 1.25c" '  Leaders     ".'    \  ",    3Sc,f. ' ,  Leader Boxes    '*    "    50c A _  is.,-Fly.'.     -,"   .-������ ��1.00'   ',-,.    ,  ���������-'' Rod's.'! " We'll, don't tail o tsee iliem!  Sale'price 35c,  " '-" 45c"  ^        "      75c.  -: ��� ".; - 15c.1*  '.' ;; ''��� . 30c.  "'       ";-'60c'  l*f  The Moyie Drug & Stationery Co.  Robin Hood Flour  Ask your neighbor how she likes ROBIN HOOD FLOUR.  When yon have once tried it you will not want any  other.    Remember it can only be had at  F. C. Stratford of Vancouver,  has been appointed a (Jdominiou  fisheries, protection officer.  .There' have',been in -Kagla'nd  11 cases of cancer arising from  working the x-rays/ ' ,'   *"  I ' , ' ��� 'u  In the prisons of Great Britain  thei-eai-eftlways,.1500i youths, between the ages of 10.and 21.  ���> n      t '     ' i  i    f. t ��� - ��� '  i. , ' ' <  *  Cre'ston   ,will  .celebrate'Labor  Day.and'Creston has the faculty  of doing things right. - ,  'The little king of Uganda is'-an  intelligent boy, LI years old, now  being    educated   byA'an'- English  tutor.       A       ������ A' (>  i. a  Jack London,'the-novelist, has  returned to Oakland, and will  probably settle down to ranch  life:     *��� ��� ������ ." i  Hill. ,  The Cup Remains.  \ ��� ��� - ��� ���   ��� - -' ���  -,      ������ f  The Moyie junior baseball team  agftin      defeated   .tlao'i'Cpaubrook  juuiors at the game played at  Aldridge park on Wednesday  night for the Smyth challenge  cup, the score being 3 to 2. This  makes two straighc"games that  the Moyie boys have already won  for the cup. The rules call for  three straights. The game was  the best so far ever  witnessed  in  The registration"! for lands in  the Flathead, Coeur d'Alene and  Spokane Indian reservations will  close on August'5th,   a<  The Black Hand' has made its  appearance c in Grand Foaks,  threatening the life of W,  Cochrane, police magistrate.  13  The lumber imported dast^ year  into Canada from the' State of  Washington- amounted in value to  over ijnr"jiul]ions <��Exu/il��rs^--"-^:  J; W. FITCH'S  COME AND SEfc; US  REGARDING PRICES  A. S. Potts, a Winnippg lawyer,  has filed a claim against- the C P.  R. for $20,000 for extra services  rendered in settling the strike  (.tst year. ,  The canals of Holland have a  total length of 5000 miles, and  they are much more important  Moyie. Ray Crissler umpired j than the country's railroads,  and both teams^ were satisfied I -which have & mileage of 2000.  with his  decisions.    Both   teams  V48  ���- -*-'  I  JtOYIE'S    LEADING    KOTEL.  Hotel Kootenay  The best of accommodations  for  the Traveling Public. -  Largo and Commodious Sample Booms. MK��d Rooms.  McTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors  ^ t5i-7^-7jtT5r ^STjncs^r <G- *& 'i*~Jys  ^wrw ^ vt�����* irwv*  t  t  'C"=l  s   '.ij-  -<' m  Just take note and you will find that;   the best  thines to wear come from our store.  Our softS are a blessing on a Hot  day;   our   sm  its a  necessary luxury to any young man  himsolfin being well drcsfed.  ho   prides  Wft handle the best goods from the best   houses  Call and be convinced.  and agen  cies in  Canada.  did excellent,work and not a dispute arose throughout the game.  The Cranbrook boys took their  defeat well. A returu cup game  will be played at Cranbrook iu  three weeks. Following is the  lineup of Moyie: E. Crowe,  catcher; Seaton, pitcher; L. Crowe,  first base; J". Ward, second base;  W. Attwood, third base; P. Conrad, short stop; B. B.irr, right  field; C. Nordman, left field; R.  Ilawke, center field; A. Crowe,  spare.  The Cranbrook lineup was as  follows: A. Danforth, catcher; S.  Boyle, pitcher; C. Kerr, first base:  II. McPeak, second base; C. Mc-  Cowan, third base; S. McDougall,  short stop; A. I3*thie, right field;  S. Elmer, center field; Abe Brown,  left field.   .  Watson-Miller.  teeeeae*****  Imperial Bank of Canada.  5,000,000  .5.000.000  rritil'"00*-'  Capital  Authorized  Capital Paid Up   BRANCHES  IN   BRITISH   CO I. ""{^.tokc! victoria  CoWeu.ICuii.loop.. Mlck*l.��ol��i...i��*��J  Savings Bank Department.  'interest allowed on deposits  deposit.  MOYIE BRANCH.  J. F.  Arrowhead,  and Vancouver  at current rate from  date  of  MMM09MMMM  M   PINKHAM, Manager.       1  Miss Agness Douglas Watson,  daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Watson, was uuited in marriage to  Mr. ThoK. Miller on Friday, July  23, at the home of her mother,  Rov. Main officiating. There  were a number of relatives and  t'nends'present and the occasion  was a most happy one. After  tho ceremony a most elaborate  repast was served and the rest  of the evening was devoted to  song and story. The bride has  been a resident of Craubrook and  Moyie for the past year and the  the groom is one of the sterling  young men of Moyie, and the  Herald joins with the many  friends of the happy couple in  wishing them a life of prosperity  and happiness.���Cranbrook lier-  ald.   Miners' Union meeting  tonight.  Boom for rent. Single or  double. Apply to Mr-,. Jiio^at-au  on Tavistock street  A, drilling contest takes place  at Cobalt, August" IS, 19 and  20 and is open to the world. The  following prizes are offered: first  prize. $1,000; second prize, $500;  third prize. $350; fouith prize $150  A. E. Ilaggen, editor of the  llevelstoke Observer, was arrested  latelj', charged with obtaining  money by false pretences in connection with an insurance premium paid him by the Muudy Lumber company. _  At the recent auction sale ol*  lauds in Lethbridge more than a  million and a half dollars were  realized. The average price was  $11.00 an acre, and the sale was  probably the greatest ever  known in the world.  Thomas Hay ward, one of the  six men who organised the  Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, and who served as the  first president of that organiza-  ir.ation, died at Mai shall, Michigan, recently, at the age of eighty-  seven years.   Although there are at present  00,000 idle freight cars in the  United States, Canada and Mexico, according to reports of the  American Railway association,  traffic tonnage has been increasing so rapidly lately that railroad  officials are taking steps to increase the car capacity.  Not niore thau one fourth of  the average crop of peaches and  that only one-third the average  crop ot apples will be gathered  this year in Pennsylvania, according to information received at the  state department of agriculture,  who estimate that the loss to the  apple growers this year will amount to one million dollars. The  pear crop will bo un I'ntiio f liluro  this ye:ir.  Caught on the Fly.  The   editor   of the Leader arrived   home  Tnuisday from  the  coast, where he was ,on a  mission  of   business    and, pleasure.     At  4Seattle the A-V-P.    was   visited.  The exposition as a whole is good.  The grounds are in perfect order,  with nice  concrete  walks,  green  lawns and   beds ��� of  flowers.     All  of the exhibits are interesting and  instructive,   and the attractions  along    the   Paystreak    are  of a  higher order thau usual.    Canada  is well represented in  a  building  all to itself.    On approaching this  building the eye catches  the two  mammoth chunks of ore from   the-  St, Eugene   mine, .    E^ch   chunk  weighs over two cons,   and  there  is not a better or   more   prominently displayed  piece of .mineral  on the grounds.    The name of the  minetand Moyie, 13.   C. "appear* in  bold letters.    Over 21,000 .people  pass through the exposition gates  every day,  and  the  total   attendance so far is considerably  over  the million mark.    ���  .Mr. and Mrs, S. Moore are still  at Nakusp and are prospering in  that thriving town.' Mr. Moore  had ju3t'returnedfrom attending  the teachers' convention' at Vic-  toria. ���  Miss ' Jessiet Nicholson, also a  former tsacher in the Moyie  school, has passed her examinations , and has been engaged at  Trail.      '  Mr. McCree, formerly of the  Moyie Presbyterian church, is as-'  sistant in one of the largest  churches in Vancouver. <' He intends taking a course in- McGill,,  college.   ; , -  ' J., A.' Harvey i3 \comfortably  settled in his new law office in  the ' Imperial Bank building in  Vancouver, and he and hi3 partner- S, S~T.>ozlr����*. are-doinK all Jtihe  business they can  well   take   care  of. '      .  ���'Hutch" of Cranbrook is running a moving picture show in  North Vancouver.  J. E. Angers, also well known in  Moyie and Cranbrook, i3 doing  well in the real estate business  in Vancouver:  . A. D. Drummond, a former constable here, is mating mouey. in  the real estate business in Vancouver, and Dr. S. K. Harvie is  said to be building up a" remunerative medical practice.  While we did not see Eube  Scott, we heard lie was doing  well. Tie recently paid0several  thousand dollars for a lot well iu  towards the center of Vancouver  and is putting up a building. IJe  will open a grocery store.  w  ��*���>��.���>*.��� -^���-Vfc-^^.'^^S? 5  earin  ' ;5ir:;S:��? ^S?^?:r^? ^^^5? SS/^S"^ .*, ��  Ob  fls  iHs  to  to  fa  ,a     45 pr. Ladies' Oxford   Shoes,  Regular $1.75, $2.00, $2.50  and $3.00  1 0  To clear at ���  per  Sizes "2  1-2,'to   7/     g  i i - i ,  12 pair Ladies' House  Slippers.  Regular $1.50.for $1.00,  | '.MacEachern '& Macdonald.  ^l-^^^'^^^ ^^b-'*^-^^;  ���ft  ft  ft)  ft  ft  ���is  .^i<..,^.'<^..,��^ ^f. ^s'.Sf^-  Conservatives Meet.  E. A Hill' was iu Cranbrook  Thursday night attending the  meeting of the district Conservative association. Mr. Hill reports a big meeting filled with  enthusiasm.. The newly . elected  officers for the district^ association  are:' T.'lT.;iMcVittie,< president,  O. T. Rogers, sscret'ary-treasurer,.  and from each local association a  man ^ya3 selected as a vice-pres-  ident.'   The vice presidents are   as  'Game:Was 7-to''3  ,' The Nelsbn ball team jjlayecl  the Cranbrook team at Cranbrook  last evening. The scoie was 7 to  to 3 ,in favor of Cranbrook.  k'  A Social Party.  A  There     was    a .Very  'pleasant  gatheiing at the home of,Mrs.,JI.S  II. Dimock Thursday afternoon in -  t        I , ��� T '  honor of Mrs.'J. Svvinnerton oD  Macleod. Mrs. Swinuerton lived  in Moyie several years ago,"when  follows:  Moyie, E. A. Hill.; Kingsgato,, j" ! her h^ba^d. conducted " the  Mail-  l7T.,'~Isit*oaouni\.i, i-uii,, r-�� jj���,'J Jiathitn hotol. t , Thnvf* jimspiit  Carbney; Watfcsburg, E. A. Watts;" J ���e*Mrs. Orb we, Mfcs Pike, Xis*  Kimberley, II. \Y. Drew: Wycliffe, I Crowe, Mrs. Stinson, -Miss Stiuson,  Ottis Staples: -Wardner, P. Limdj  Fort Steele, Al. Doyle; Wasa, N.  Hensen.   It was agreed to hold  a  Mrs. Keauey, Mrs. Iliwke. Miss  Hawke, Mrs. L^e, Mrs. Livesley,  Mrs. Fitch,   Mrs.  Hill,   Mrs.  Mac-  meeting of the executive at least Eachcrn, Mrs. Hutt, Mrs. Turner.  once    every * three     months   at  Cranbrook.  New Furnace.  Big Prizes for   Drillers.  Was Good Football.  Butte and Cobalt are hanging  up some nifty purees for reek  drilling contests. In each case  The British Columbia Copper j the fit-1 prize is $1,000: second  company are making preparations I P"��� $500 and third priza $250.  to increase its capacity by en- \ The Babte contest is ,ou August  larging one .of its furnaces, which, ;0ch. and that at Cobalt on A��7-  when completed, will be the largest copper furnace in the Dominion.  ��'mt ISch, 19th and  2t��fch.  Inspect Stock at  Rycker'.s.  Just One Girl.  A daughter  was   born   to   Mr.  and Mt-F. llobt. Aguew on   Krid-iy,  The Moyie football team played | uy J_  tho boys at Carbonado last B.itur-1  day. The game ended Z to 0 iu  favor of Moyie. (^oals were  scored by Kemp, 1; MeXieholI, 3;  Marshall, 2; Atkinson, 1. It was  a clean game, and a very friendly  feeling was noticeable throughout.  The coal miners know how to entertain, and nothing was too good  for their visitors. They wore entertained at the Western hotel,  which is conducted by Thws.  Rader, a former Moyie resident.  That evening a dance was got up  and the merriment was coutinued  until daylight the next morning.  Tho return match will be on  August 21ht, and both teams are  looking forward to an exciting  game.  ^_   Opening a Restaurant  Mr. Ilowtranimell will open a  restaurant next door to the post-  office on or about the 10th of August.   Working Alice Mine.  From 0 to 10 men  are  woikiug  at the Alice miue at Cre&ton.  Kyckerts, on the Kootenay  i Valley Hue below Orcstou, is now  a port of entry ^r stock. Heretofore it was ueccessary to bcii'.g  iu all stock by the way of King-.-  gate, which worked a hard-ship on  the people of Creston and the  residents in the valley to the  south.  Big reduction iu  shirtwaists   at  i Hill's.    -See window.  Miss Aunio Attwood is now  holding a position iu tho Moyie  postoftice.  Mis3 Pike is home from Victoria, where she was attending  the teachers' convention.  Dance at   Yahk.  J. K. Gibbon?, who runs the  hotel at Yahk, is giving a big  dance this evening. Prof. l'Atuis  lias gone down there to play for it.  It is claimed by the inventors  that derailment ia impossible on  a railroad lino of mono-r.iil construction.  *3��3E CfflRCSS!^CS5S3C3aK2BSE3B&i Sg-  Methodists Hold Picnic.  Mi-th- fl  A big crowd attended the  odist picnic across   tho  lake   yes  ti'uhiy afternoon.     K   w.->-?  l.v tho Sum! >\  -d".'i.'; child  in tho latest si}1cs  at  itisl   rtveivod  THE DAY LIGHT   STORE.  ROBERTS & MESSfNGER  !?ivou \4   Conrad Block  *&J^ *ilJ^, ^i-2kJa,5si  Moyie  '5 'a-,-'.'.- Ssi  ���     pv:A*  i  A #!i  i  A 1  i  . Y'A1  f . /   I.T-  }       ,.. "    ' f1  t    ��� : -%\  ' '4  "-', g%  i/,i.ii  -; ��� ��� ? $\  "�� *>aSi  v --'���.  ",-%i!  - .*  ,.' ���/���&& i  . ,n, i, -51 *  ���-SAI.  .'j;- Ad"1^"1  ,,, ..,��, .-j g-.P  .'" ;  '"!f  A,'  ., .._ Sri  '!�� ���'r����fr  i-^W&if  r-dd^m  L',,l: eSafe'  A :;*,##,.  to- ift      - /*Ml^  Afi  ,    11  ' �� -r  . A!1  ��� 'W:  'I' I  -IB.  'i ',*���  --,    v   .11-.  I", -IV  I. VAfi-- -. ,t,  �����:i?' -JiViil  - ���:.->-"- A?>51  'S'*-5rt   till  . .-v4 -V- E��l  i;i; MirtWtfew^?B  '���A'twi?l;^^|  l-i^-l-'feS^.T-V  "'.A5^i  i'Si"1- ' '"'I hi  '    '     ' yr . it'M  e-'       ,ftM  ��� < ivk^'dl  I'  ." -1  "    i'  : am\  '  I  t v I   ..  11  ��?*'���  ..i'->v';.  SAd  m*  '���������������V.  ./S.J.,-|  ���1*        ������* �����  ��Hp Plftfr"  ,jr^Li.-5s;f.*aKi.xrVi-  jlU's fSl* CUU'-vliliA.  Hi!  I'M MOYIE LfiADKE.  Heari-Rendhig  Caia-nily.  Just as the Lsader goes to press  l  '���',' ��ti-  . ��� I* .-.$���";-  ui   �� <j ��� ii  '    f    *    ���*- *i  --    i j ' i  !!,!, "!,  P ililis-ln-d in themterLst of the people   ^ are startled with the following  of Muyiu and li.isl K'K'.emiy. det'iils of a end event   which   will j  .. .    . T_. _       ' -���  .= , cast a Shallow of gloom over   this'  IA J. SMYTH, P' hu-^ii:i:.        | conimuni'y.    Fur the present, out'  ^        - '     -. - ������     of respect fjr   the   suii'ct ing  par-,  ^-gSSSiSg^^ i ents of the 1 idy, we   refrain   pub-'  ^UuToNTy^i laB"f-J> | .    , .'        . . -    ,,        ,' i  ^���<rV-^��h<P^ ltshing the naniciS  of  the   drama-1  -.     ��� ���    -������'���   Lis personac iu tlie scene   describ-J  K..I.: ...   -.i-ii-Li-.ii-.io.N Jed below: ' I  For the'last seven years theie!  has been in .Moyie an eminently1  respectable family,   the   pride'of ji  Woman's Power  Over Man  ���-I  Cite rear   a.    ...    $2.00  SATURDAY, J ULY 31, 1000.  u  K. j ft'/.*;  ?I'���.*���"  i , t ���" v -  **:.".,   ?'  '"ill.1'A -  'J. I,      -'  .j   -J     ���'* I  ' V      "���1  :4 rd  ��'    AA*.  ���1.1   ft  " 1 i  .. }���!  r,i "S ll;  '   MP  A* .''1  ,   Do a man  today  tomorrow.  he'il, do  yon  **i  "I  ��4  !>..,!       v  *��� !f   .��"/ *l     ��        rA  4SM��;!*��.*��&te.���&*,;! -A  whose household was a  ch.irming  daughter of "-evouteen.    She   was  Doe-Pa frog die when its creak*? t il3,beautiful as'the  ideal  of  the  'poet, and  as' remarkable   for   intelligence as'for surpassing 'loveliness.    Her uyes were like stars on  r ..   a Summer night,   and 'her    foim, I  : warmed    by   youthful,   vigorous i  j'Wainanhood,   was  as  graceful, as j  minds ! that of a  Grecian  goddess.     Ilei ,  hair   hung   in , graceful    ringlets- [  over   her   lovely    shouldeis   like  mblten     gold;   and     her   cherry  chcelr^/as soft as  velvet, looked {  j'like roses mingled-with snow.   As!  *      A'   i ' '  a natural result one would  exoect;  that a creature possessed of such '  V/oman's most i<!oriouS''endowment is the  power  to aw.iken and liold tlie pure and  honest loie of a,  v/orthy 111:111.    When she loses it and still lo>es on,  no one in the wide world can know thejheart agony  she endures.    Tlie woman who suffers from weakness and derangement of her special womanly or-  R'anism toon loses the power to sway the heart of  11 man.    Her general health suffers and she loses  her good looks, her attractivenessj her amiability  and her power and prestile as a woman. Dr. R.V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N.V., with  the assistjnee of his staff of able physicians, has prescribed for and cured many  tiiousands of women. He lias devised a successful remedy for woman's ailments. It is known as Dr. Pierce's Favorite.- Prescription. It is a positive  specific for the weaknesses and disorders peculiar to women. It purifies, reRU-  lates, strengthens and heals. Medicine dealers sell it. No honest dealer will  odvise you to accept a substitute in order to make a little larger profit.  , IT MAKES -WEAK WOMEN STRONG,  SICK WOMEN WELL.  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate aad strengthen Stomach, Liver nad Bowels.  ^r I. O. 0. F.  #35 V'/iGr*' :  IAMwL- T'n xi:'"1 cvi-iiing-s in Mr.Gn-noj t  ih,ll on V.ctdria -trect. Sojouiiii".}; I  I Oihl Fellows, coidi.ilh- invit* A. |  F. .I.Smvtu.    I  S^.'y.    I  THE CANADIAN BaS  OF COMMERCE  ucjid ori--ici:. Toronto  I.un-  Coi.i.iv.  Nohlo Granl.  MTlBUsurD  1807  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  R. of P.    j  Jil<tt-, ivk.v Tlmrdiiiiy j  'cvciniiK i�� McGregor]  Imll jit i> t'clock'l N'it���;  iling bit tin is invited. |  P. J, .Mr.-HriNK, ' V- A- jlu-1-,  OliiiKcellot Com. IC. K.��n    S. ,  Paid-up Capital,$loi0oQ 00  Reserve Fund, -   6,000)000  a  Many  a fine  cliic-kpii   has  tliu force of tho black hand.  Women    have    cleaner  than  men because  they    change  ^tlicm ofteuer.  Occasionally a woman spends a.  lot of,time looking for a .husband  ;ifter she gets one.  Nothing   Speci  Just ordinary, every,(lav pricc>'uf  BREAKFAST 'FOODS.  I-'o:oe ��  1 3 pkgs 25c. .       \  Mafia-Vita'        , <��2      "    2.Sr*.  'J'pa'ti-tl'coru flikes ' 1      "    25c.  Grape-nfils,         ' 3 ,    '.'    50c..  , -u   Cream of wheat      ' .       1   v "    25c. ' "  Ori.iker Oats 3      "    50c. ' ,  After   oiijoyln-f a:\> of lac ah;>ve e/e'ryboily slnuhl try a c ip of Kver\--bod\ 's  t U-a.     Goix!   eitonyh fur anybody. 35 cents a lb lur i\ en boil.' .  0 > Get  the habit.   '   "Go to  i  A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED AT ALL BRANCHES  DRAFTS  AND   MONEY  ORDERS sold, and money transferred b-  telegraph or letter. i- '  COLLECTIONS  made hi all parts of Canada and in for^tm   -'       ' i ���        , ' t-1b'i countries  FOREIGN   BUSINESS. "  Cheques and drafts on tlie Unitcd ^  Great Britain and-other foreign countries bought and ��,cld     ' '  ��� ��� R. T. BRYMNER  soiuin. ...I..C-. n..�� CRANBROOK BRANCH.  A. l-'i   A;   A- -'I- i  123  Kegnlar    meetings  on the', first Wed  nosday      of   each  .month.  Vi*5ting ��� brelhcrn ^ i lec iv.o.  ,  O.-T. Mi-Crpgor, W..M.    '  p. A. Ayi o--, Secretary. '  Practical Watchmaker  < ,   and Jeweller.  Ne,w goods in .Watches,  Clocks.   jttfej  and  Date.    Inspection 'invito,    *  "jMoyie   Miners'   Union;^^W Dop^Lmeiit   THE DAYLIGHT ST0HE.  i    ���        Wo   7I;W   F  M M. !' MOYIE. ->     ' '     "All'KGnnira (/t.!im���*.J  No.,71; W. F. of M.  \ Meets in McGregor hall every  Salur-, ,  jil.13' evening.     Sojourning   niembere  j ure cordially invited to nt'.cinl.,  i .Malcolm McNeill ���    Jamot. Roberts  'All*Kepnirs Guaranteed.  PrObiiUiH,  Secretary t  [���charms    of   ruiud.and form  audi  ���  "Manv a man starves his  family     ,       . ��� ��� r  juiuj it ,   , j fejlturo Avould awaken  the  grand I  in order to keep up the pre'miam^ \ l)a?sion '\h}- ,S(t,.ne   ma]1^   iJOSOm. j  on his life ,hisui ance policy.  '���      ' | Mich was  the'case.     Vqv  several;        ��� r, ;  ii . i  ,    1 ,.   , " , ! months past,-"a f-.iscinati;ig  young  No man knows jnst,.how  much  gontlemarii we.ll known  in' Moyie  religion he has-until he goes  Gsh-j_hjl3 been paying her tho must  de-  alcne- whcie   mct'quitos    ait; voted" attention.      lie,'too,' was  handsome ,'and  intelligent.     Jler  young lady friends ����� would   occas-'i  Moy'ie.  bu?jr.  A .rubber  neck   and a   tongue  irinally tease her about him,'an,d a  '  Flowery' Words.   '*   .'   ���  r " ' . t  rP.\\. O'i'dirrc-11. speaking of  ^British Columbia, says:1  ,, "It, has been 'apparent ',to ,inc  for a quarter -of a century that  iu'itish Columbia wonl.d .lake  rank in timo amongst, tho "greatest.nations of the world. It lias  beyond' peradventure the finest'  climate, the most supeib s,ceneiy  and tlie  most  fruitful  valleys' in1  that is  hung  in   the middle aiid ; (lood of co,lsci0lls  i)iHShes   would  ���ii1 i ' ii,  iiins, at both cuds are .responsible   irradiate her beautiful face at thf3  fcrto heap of trouble. ,       , ryJ .--.-.-..; - -.��� -,... ^   (a]] t]jc ^^    f^ mbu���tftiu&  nre  along |.'unn'cyconibod(iwith   vase  deposits  ��� very mention of his name E very   -*��� i ;.tlung ,  teemed     to    pass  .When  -a  couple Mgets   married , sni0oth]y&v aPn liile, when'all  of J of .gold' and'silver  ores   of lead  INTERNATIONAL  '  H0TEL.;; t     . \6  This liotel is    now under  new  i < *  managemet.it, and is first class  ''    in every re?oect.  TAYLOR, <��, BONNER  ITIOI'KIEI'OHS. . '  Victoria Street,. ' '      JfOYTK  ,,Harvey,   ...McOarte'r'/&  i  f- ' ���   Macdonald.  !    '  ., " ft     .  ]    Bama'crs, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  i ! i  jGranbrook,^  -   - . B. C.  tlipy form''a 'committee ,of    two j a sndden'she lost  heiv spirits  and  and zinc, of copper, coal and���iroiA  with discretionary powers-'Lo -iu- [ ^oie a looker mt-LinehoIy.     Her f'-fhe' energy  of   23.01)0,01)0  horses  ciea'ae their mimiw:?,  .Thos. Summss  Cigirs.  'Tobacco,  Vruit   and  Confer'ionerjd  '������DR. E. B.,MILES,-  '  j DENTIST.  | Cranbrook, ���.. .   n   B,  C  imiaical-lunghicr was hushed, and J can    Lo  ^^''^ssed    and   utilized  .'       '      , ,.. ... '    ,"' A   ���,! from its mnjoy-tic livers.    Tt�� lisli-  -f _    ...  -     -she seemed-like,  a - lily   that  had'  .. : �� .     .  t  ,- �� ' , it ��� cries .ire   ol 'unsurpassed, extent,!  .Some'people'are burn ugly-, and, .been   m ide   to  fade   by .burning-! anj    B_   q/ u   grater' in   extent  ��� some  make 'themselves  u��ly  ^>y , rays ot   a   Suminer's   sun.   ' Her j than    the    German    empiie   and  .   worrying (.bve'r    their  -than- neighbors' Mt'.iirs.  ., "A'   ". : .. i-    . I with tender soIicitndeA 'Although f laud and 1S2.000.000 acres   of for  The jieoplc s'hduld  immediately ; frequently questioned1 as ,to  the|ests.      Its  navigable, rivers   and  call mass meetings and draft   res-,'tja,ise of hsr '^pres.iou  and" sad- j lakes exceed those of  all   Europe,  A-    .-   .       .,-t, 'i,   -,   ,,      ucss, she made no reply except  in i and it is destined   to  become'the  olutions   imploring   'Teddy     the I l i  TOYS,    NOTJO.NAS   ETC.-;  South   Victoria   St.  'own.   and ' parents become;auxioiis about her! France combined^, and it  has ,00,-  ���~~-.i;hlnn ��n^,\������|.,.u���i    ���,-clA jiCJ.! 0fln,00O.nrii'��i:'>f���fclio n-irtliR^fc   fruit  George H Thompson  1    Barrister.   Sor^uiToitA  * Lt i o  XOT.VRV Pf3UC/��tc  W.aE: GTJRD,  ,  Jt'AKJCiSTKK. SOLICITOK,   ETC.  CRANBROOK.   <���  ii-go iisKorhiidnL (.f Go-Carts nn<l Baby  Carriages  ..   '�� ' (   Frirus from   S5 ui'i.'' ' .,,   '���  T. T. ^c-VJllif.C.T:   f  I.. S.  H. V. Parker, C  "     ,    ,   'CRANBROOK',  McyiTTIE -& "PARKER!    "'  Z^LA^lCranbrookA AGa-Operative : :S  I  "llN o'"����*��   "U|,,u" B   \ A Aau equivocal  kind' of style   that'home  of  a "race of   people  even  "Si' ''Trust    Dustei"   to  immediately; r(infjci.efi     confusion    worse   con-   more    vigorous   'more    stronuous  ISSWSfHBHJ��<l��t**  . H��  ,     I'lJOyiXynl., I..Un,Su��vA'.vivr          K.ULW.VV   &   MISISG    UNO ISKBISISO f   "���    ���"���    ���OiATTY  and as herioc as any that La." ever  yet lived."  Coming Events.  s&  Vf-fi  \  .V  #14  M4.  a*-"' .'   .��5'^ ��'  r��.jrk "iiy-Mj  5-ail'fo'r  home  if he   desires  that' founded.      Last   evening,   about  the'people shall notbc "busted" by  S.o'clock,  &heo was   missed   from  tlie trusts.���Miners' M.iga/dnc.        I hei' homf>. a"d�� the worst  fears   of   .���  ! her parents   were excited.     They  ,  ,     ,. ,   "���,���,���  sought high and low, but she was  The inquisitivness  which  some        n " '    ��"=��t-w��s  x '  . , |no-where to be found.     At length i  people display    oyer   gas   is    re , h(jr futhei.   rememboi.ed   t,]afc  of j '  markable.'   Out  of   curiousity a ; late"?he"had been in tho   habit  of'1  - sPf,ka"e    Interstate  Fair,   Sep-  maii set fire to  the  well  at P��ow ! sitting, sad, weeping and distract- I tember 20th lo 25fch  I=l-uid      Several members    of    a [ eel in a vine covered arbor  sitnat I     Westminster Pair, October 12th  Strafford family are  in  the bos. feci in the garded.     He'rushed   to! to 10th.  the arbor, and as  that distracted^     Nelson Fair. Sept. 22, to 23th.  nital because they  suspected   gas | ���    , , , L  1 ,        , rp,        .tatner gazed upon the scene  thatj     Cranbrook Agricultural Society  and l.t-a match to be sure,    ihere; mefc llLs vie^ renJfsred  more  dis.. ^.^ Sei)tember Hth and 3 ,)th.  -was gas all light. ' j mal by the  dim,   glitteiing  star- \      . __^  'E5tiinaf.es Furnished.  OFFICES -  Fort Steele P. O. Box 25.  Cranbrook P. O. Hox 11.  j Embalmcr at-.d Undorliilrer,     "    "f  ! Plione 9. "'     -  CRaN'BROOK  O. P. DESAULXiEll  IlEAIErt   INT  H.   G. GARRETT,  Sqlicitoi..' Notaiiv Puiii.ic, Err-.  CRANBROOK.  bd"#p  Ik S$ i  iJijj ���  ij,|i <  ��� -*������  I light,    Ins   blood   curdled 'in   his1,  It has practically  been   decided j veins, his cheeks turned pale, and , SRND  YOU'Pv.    WOTtK   TO   THE  to build a new   four  room  school J the heaving of his bosom  plainly1  hduPe in Moyie. ' The present one , fcokl that lt wa��r filled   with   deep-j  t , i i      ���iQL.c   ��� 'esfc  emotion      There   before   him |  is not largo enough and   unless   a  b . . was his beat if ul daughter, her tall i  faiger  one  is  built   the   e����>W��-en ;and graceful form arrayed in spot-!  cannot   be  properly  taken   care j ]0c,s v.'hite,  her  long   golden   hair!  of.    This is a necessity and every-.1, streaming   like'  a   flood   of   light!  body should "do all in their  power-'rd"wn to   her  waist, hanging���oh j  l think of it young men  and   maid-,  ] ens    and   parents���hanging with ,  ! her     arms ���around     her    lover's  ���,    . ,-       .- . ,,        ,      ,tieck   fU1(1   hct'  l��ead  pillowed   on   I7>avo woik with the    local a^eut  peace that brooded over the   close j llin lu.in]y iJrt,.lht h  of    the    fcu IT rage    convention   at ! '_ ' A,   B.   STEWART.  Seattle  somebody made  the    re- i  to help it along.  Omaha   Bee:���Speaking   of  the  KOOTENAY  STEAM  LAUNDRY.  NELSON  All White Labor.  M?M  if!  matk that the delegates had  buried' the hatchet. " A nicci  touch of realism and novelty  ��� would.have been iu crediting them  "Tvitli interment of,"the liat pin.  $50 Reward.  Hen  Crows  and  Lays.        '   | railroads in   tho United   States.  '   ;''   .   ' ,.- ; A " j The A'ailroad.-piircihasedArecentJy  A; . ���    .���   J in Japan a .shipment  of  cocobolo  .  A hen that has   the head   of  <>; and. Japanese oak, which iA bei���K  rooster and crows   like   one:   bu( j prepared for use near  lays eggs is the  freak  of   nature Avan.  that is attracting crowds d-iliy to      This  the liariiyard' of airs.   -Ton. Tiefeni lii.��hi..-*!������-,.,  *i��� a  J iC" i nignct tiiau  the  average   Amen-  thaler, the .owner, who -lives   nmr | ,,ln tic;    Tt u ^  t(j  ]je ��� e  Abordeen, Wash. The biul af j ,f 25 to W yeats wear and is so  fotds much nmu-ineut, partic-; hard an ordinary spike ean not be  nlauly by crowing liKe'a roris-tcr'.  and by cackling like the  ordinary  New Railway Tie.  Artangcments   are being   made       F;rfcv , ...ii.,,..   n   ~    ,    w.���   ,  i..r j.i;.i   1 ,,1 ��� ,r       ,        ,    ^ ! ubJ  J^onais.li-BWarilT-W ill   be  by the Atchison, topeka a- Saiita ! paid to the,' persona, making, a  Pee road for a series of; ex peri-! button hole ���guaranteed to neither  tnents with ties which, will, be j riPdtear or ravel that it will hold  watched with'keen interest by (Ul; ft button fro,n the start  to; finish  PROMPT  DELIVERY.  ���lueens'Ave.      MOYIE  FRESH   AND   CURED  feats,  d  , At MOYIE, over Postoffiee, Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday  morning every week.  AM)  A   CO  Limited.  MOYIE, B. C.  e  l  ;As nmdo by the prose.nl brewer ii ndmitlr.ilv the $  ^^^Pest Peei'in Kist Kootenny.   With the Rest Mali ���  .and the Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled for 9  Ifjim'liLy.    rnsidt'on having iloyie BeerA  botvlv:d and draft mmn  r  iNb. L  JULIUS   MUELLER, PROP.  A  2MCOTTXTEJr B- C. g  I of a shirt.      iNIouey   will  be  paid  upon the proof of the work.  ���   Signed ED.   CflESNUr-j-  d'reat Uend,  wood,   costs   $1.15  a  tie,  iiriven  bored  into  it.       Holes   will   be  r       .     . , norea     and    screw   spikes, used:  nen after laying an egg.    The h^n   When  laid   the cost  of  the  ties  was   raised  with .-a  bvno -fer, 1 mt 'will-be about $2 each,  fall, but' it w.is not 1      "  ~��^^     5�� YEARS'  0&g*y  EXPERIENCE  tiuil   vcH-jnily   mint contains about  The .ship  i"0,000.ties.  r.ADE Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c. ,  Anyone se!i<!li!2 n.sl-o:cli nntl :]osrrinUon roi-s  qii!i:k)y luicc.rtalii our opinion free whether ,ui  invf-iii.ti'in In probably p-ituiit.iil>lc. Coninmnk.-i.  tlons nt.rlct.ly nniitliieiiLtnl. IIniiill>ookon I'nti'iita  ECi-.t ficn. Oliioal nuoncj- i'r,r seourlnc fiiitenu.  1'm.niits tnkon Uiroui/h Sluiui u Co. rccel-c  Bycci.j! notice, wll.liout chnrua, in tlio  Scientific Jlfneiican.  A tinnilsomoly lllnst.rnted -weeRlv.   I,nrrc.��t elf.  ciilnlion of anycnieiitlllo }ourii(il.    Ti-nos. $.'t 11 ���  BUY   TOPR  Cigars  'baccosv'"'--.''  'uit .aiid; "���  n.ery'i.  I'TlOlf  ���A. B, Stewart:  GENTLEMEN���  Ji'you want a stylisli, Up  to date tailor made suit, call  and inspect our sj>riii<r ��oods  before ordering elsewhere  " * 1  We  guarantee all  Our Work.  Cleaning,       repairing and!  press.nig:dono.   ;'.       .-;, ,   :   d  Prices Right. i  J. F. JOJ1JVR'm.N  0YIE    HOTEL.  .l   p. f. jonnswji  ^i?^1 ls New and well Furnished The  i. ables are Supplied with the Best the  Market affords. The Bar is Filled with  the��est Brands of Liquors and Cigars  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEK ��� j  ART  PICTURES  ���", AND  PICTURE  BIH H ING  THfZPHOTOGf?APHER  5UCCE550R   TO  PR EST PHOTO  GO.  WE   c.l  SPECIALS  ALL      |  BRANCHES!  of  '���K-i  '1%  ��� 1  ���     ^g"  * 1  '   ^M  �� 1  9 1  .    i^<i  �� 1  ��� 1  1   Pi  ��� 1  '     s  0 1  -f  m  m  v%  ������*/.�� rii   1 yy j  ^ A^erchant Tailor.  MOYIE,  I cranbrook:  '"CI).   I>CS|  n j r .      ���     . _, ^..���������w.v��.  "��   t.t.j' r.,n.in,iin,  inuiuiii,      j ri iyft, ?.) ij  hJifriSha*' laira o    Pnnnli    OrtM^4.f y',fir: ^f>��r months, *L  av dbynJ] Tio*va<1fcalcrfi  .  R. II. DWYER,  PAvoUtTAIvKK      AND  Kmijaj.mkr  V.ilh CO.OI'KltAfME SlOIitS  CRANBllOOK, B. C.  B.  TOS.      I  ^1  Ik  ft  i'Ai  A  barge _e"n���,pi0; r00m   .���    ^^..^  Willi house forcommorciid n  of accommodation.  General Contractors, Builders  and Repairers  Estimates Cheerfully Furni.SjV'd,  lendqm.rtcra  for   Com-  mercinUnd Mining Mcn.  Qt.'KEXB   ATlij,'|:E,  Moyie, B. C.  9  9  0  9  fr  M^VIE,   ,1, p  0###^^^^. .if'-*  jTHEtf^^^  VI'-  ISc ^�� "       J8HL JBV JEL    wtt ma **- -���*"  <   ^JiBL ^e*. <&k. <$��&&��? i^asssar   '���grfy ignpi. /Tjki      -,.'���;. *  I --,     Xmerica's leadership:in the march of" progress "has now  ^become something more than a mere patriotic.belief.  v^ a; a  *   ***�� It has not only been conceded,,but has been proclaimed in trumpet  tones by a congress of the nations of the, world.      .    <.      ^v      -  ^^   .?       , ��������� ���   i r ^  o^���oi  ovnrpcqinn anr\ anoreciat  Cross of Honor  It has not only peen conceded,, out nasuccn F^iai^iw ^ ^^.^~. ;.-;,,^,,  by a congress of the nations of the. world.      .   -���       "*     ��� ���*��� .   V-^-:a  National pre-eminence has found equal expression and appreciation in int  .erriationa  a  preference for  4  fr  A*  r  .    4  , .. **M * **- ^bl^^^  stands conclusively proven by tncs .^ ^ ;t-stbry cf brewing.  trophiesof a competition which mar^ F    ^ ^ ^^d  them,tlie  Inter-  Bv  these  decora^-^  national Pure Food and H^e^cXxpo��ti^^  bc.'atsolutely. tkc-tiriest.pt the A A  properties and general excellence. ���      , .      ipr. t^atfamous American  ��� The true significance^ ^^^1^ - ��*  erthat successfully, withstood .   , . _ t   ^  ���      J.   they   changed  color;   or  lost their  taste.     Jr  Other beers   ^eriorated,   tta^ ^g^  ^ , ,ni   ttus  proved   itselr  ^-T���^ SSy the. one rea/"Beer of Quality.  .->?  ANVERS  mm  Tkis award is no surprise to tkose who know Pabst; tut it is worth  pondering  by  tkose wko drink otker beers, or none. <. J   ��.,  A        dTKe perfection of. Pahst Blu^Ribbon isthe logical ��sult of a hfeiime  devoted  to  tke attainment of perfection in'..brewing. A.     ,���'������' r    P A>���  Pabst Blue Ritbon is a nutritious beer because it contains all  of tbe   food'- poraon  ;       Pabsl Blue Ribbon Beer is an invigorating beer because ,it contains  tke  tomd prop-  ert'ies of tke ckoicest kops. -, . ,-> r   .,,_  Pabst Blue Ribbon is a pure beer because it is made under perfect Condons of eaic  and cleanliness. . ��� pi     ������-���  Pabst Blue Ribbon is tke ideal We  beverage;because,t contains a very small pel,  cental (3.V)  of alcokol.     If is  truly a temperate drink, invigorating and kealtkful.  and Bottled only at the Brewery  en anbrqok:b.- C  ,; ��������� ���' ���s.S.M&I'W*  ���'������ ; '%W'W?tf>MM  ���;-,'. dJatii3#  .-���; MiiiSii  :.,-.dAid|fM  d^virfiiiii  a;m^$  d.��|  A'#%?r  --.'j&aijy  A'rW^I  ���*'*ii' >Sb  '1?^--"S;|  ' -if? A^Vfl  ,lj*f,..','..II  -%.   ,'i-v. w|  ��'i J -r v'ul  ..if .-"K^ - 3.SW-I  i'^V- -'kl  -1 -j i.i'fe-^I  ''v4"W  * '' ^fe  .   - f.?d. ^ffl  ''       '    . 5 f A-'.V>V��  A-31  '��"rl  (&  Vj"  '!'  ���' l.^v'-Vri  -'���i.4v,|  '..   V.'d'Kl  A^^:t  i , '���  A*.  "K./  M  '.'���I  ��  ::;Adgf^  ;d  'vdA-ji.  AA-id:;',^ *%��% ^5?^?^ >^�� ^>*k- '^ ^*^" ^ '^ '^ '^ :*^S5.  4 '*  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA'.    *  sorrcK  CPASIUIOOK    IAN/1   DISTRICT,    niOTKICT  OF SOUTHKRK DIVISION  FAST KOOThNA^  Tale notice that Paol Jensen of Cuiron. II C  occ��i'��tlon, Rancher, Inu-ndi. to *P|.1>  for ja r  m'Jouto ���urcJ..^  the  ft.I!o��WB  desenbed  lamia:��� ,   ,    .     ,   1f>  Commencing   it a   post  planted   .bou    ��  uorthMdeof Mojl  ehalus from Ciirwu In a souther!) direct.��� on  ���erlvcrtlii-nce fcouth I'Jcuains,  70 clis  pylt? r  eastei  and i  more or less  Dated June 8th, 1909.  north side of MO) le nvci n" ��� -- -��� - ---  thcncoweMTOclialiis; Ihi-nce north   Khout  -0  chains to Moyie river, thence follow in*  Mo>i��-  rher.ln an easterly direction to point of commencement and  containing 100 acres of laud  PAW, JESSES.  Slip  Mtpdi,'   .'  Tragedy'  at Sham   Battle:    ' I ����^eee�������*����9��9��9����fg  * I OfiAL  ASSAYS   >" '    *  ''k'i?li,' .A*  |m< 0fj < '4  What was intended to be  mei -  cly''a"Bham   biltle  between  100'  'members of the Improved Order  -of   Uedmen   mid a' like number  ���'from <( in'an try   of  the' National  Guard of'the State of Waghingon.  !resulted i'ii'a tragedy iu the- Stadium at the  Alaska- Yukon-Pacific  - iExposition   grounds   last  Friday  'afternoon-" when   Joseph  Mohriu  iivay, n' Redman, ofrEvere'tt> fell to  lhe ground with a two-inch hole  torn in his 'right groin by the' er-  .plosiou  of   one   of' the', wa��', or  ,..papes wads which the  militiamen  1    -wereshooting ' from ' their   guns.  ,.A   John Mohrinway, a  brocher  of  the wounded man, also a Redman;  'was  in, the-" battle   and-saw. his  ' brother fall, but thought nothing  ��� i * ��  bf if/until, the coach drove"off .the  field.    He followed the vehicle, as  'ir  'did another-brother,   Guy,  and'a  sister, -Miss Ida; besides the father,  - Henry    Mohrinway, - the ! latter  threa being spectators.     At  the  hospital   the   seriousness, of  the  injury was learned.       v     ' ,  A ;Who fired the  shot which , en-  ded in the man's  death  probably  ���'���will .nevev.be known.     When  he  uropped,! mortally wounHed,' the  tsham battle had reached'a  hand-  ^n.JiMad  Bs-l.tls,^  r^^inh.   and   the>  fexplosions    were  coming ,so  * LOCAL ASSAYS 9  ,3: G. Drewry is expected   up   to  Moyie next week.'' ���  " Rev. T. S. Paton is   angling bfor  trout near'Kitchener.        i  Mrs. Harold Chapman is home  from her visit to Nelson.  Geo. JBattell's father and, mother  were here from Ilillyard, Wash.,  on a short visif/t .     ' '  "Oscar   .Tostad   returned' a  few  days ago'from  Sweden  with'his  b. ,      '        . . . 'r r,        '     "t  ride. ,  >. * .  Trof. Evans, teacher of pianoforte, is'resuming his lessons for  the autumn season.'  A specialmeetiug of the Miners'  Union is ���called for tomorrow  afternoon at i o'clock.  Profs. Wilson and' Evans gave  their regular weekly���b!ance in  the  '. hall Thursday night.  '���"G. T.  McGregor  is  home  from  Vancouver, and is  feeling ' better  than foi some time'-past. >  '  iF. J..Tanner, the jeweler, is now,  m'eely, located in his 'splendid new  quarters in the Long" block.  '   '  t  i The wife andchildren'''of. Geo.  Guhn of Nelson"  are'  here   on   a  visit.with Mr. and  Mrs.  Ohas. A.  MacKay. v '       .   < :���   . A  The baby of Mr. and Mrs. Sam  Potter died'in -Cranbrook Thursday, and the burial took- place  there.- ���   ���      '    .    ���    - *     ��   Improved, partly  improved and unim. A\  A\ PFove(^ fruit lands in blocks from 5 acres A-.  >!? up for sale. Also one and five acre blocks Jk  W in townsite.   Town lots and  houses and W  '^lots.     /.   ���    ". .    W  A\ SI?  juL For further particulars apply to ,    sk\  -iS.OZELL, T0UNG-& CO.-'    Crestoii, B.'C  ^oTI^K    .  - CBAXBOOOK LASI> DliTIUCT, DISTRICT  OI'" SOUTHEHS DIVISION' EAST KOOTJISA V.  TAKE NOTICE thai Kohort Ciirojihi-ll of  Mo\ie", 11. 0. pccupatlun, Mfi-hant, intends to  apply for permission lo purchase the following  deseu'hed lands: Q  CoinmencIn��nta post planted on the west  boundary of. Lot Xo. 2J75, thence veil 20  chains; thence-.outh JO chains; thence cam 20  chains uufre or h-ii to the South Weht corner  of Lot So 2173. iticiice Sortli along west houn  Jary of Lut So 2373 to place.of commeuceuieut,  coutaluInKil) acres more or less. ,  DATED, Maj 31 st,   1!,09.  110HEUT CAMPBELL  Or to   F. J. SMYTH, local agent.  W  W  SP  *��� j/?�� j&* -^S^ ^jn^r j&* ��Zi. -^?�� ^^r^r�� ^��'-^^' ^^* w-iJ^r^  ' P. J. DOWNER " ���  Builder ,&  Contractor  NOTICE.  CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT, DISTRICT  OF EAST KOOTKSAY.  TAKE HOtiCi- that Oambitun IJiniuc'cow-  paiiy Limited with lienil olllce at Moyie, Ji, O.  occupation Mining Company, Intends u�� appl>  fur jK-rmlssIoii to purchase the* following dus  rrlbcd lands.  Commencing at apost planted on thrt Knst  boundary of Lot 7C32, Groiipi- 1 Kootonuy Ilis-  Irlct. H, C. 232 fc-el Houlh 19 degrees l& inli-.mi-rt  vtvkt from tho tNorlh Kust corner, of said l<,��t  76(i2. rltduce fcoulh ]9 dogreca S3 niluutcs west  nloiiR Kast boultdary or tali! lot 7C0'i, 419.1 fc-et;  tliciu-c East 3W feet to" toe IiIkIi water uiartc of  lower Movie lake- thence following the hltrh  water murk of lower Moyie laku In a northerly  direction a distance of -11C2 feet more or less  to point of commencement, eontulniiin 1 7X  acre*, more or less.  CAM1UCIAX MINIXGC'OMI'AXY I.JM1TKO  (NON-I-EHSONAt, 1.1.4 1JILIT1 )  Chas. A. MacKay, Ageut  Date 30th April, 1!>09.  Estimated yiven,  NOTICE.  CRANBRpOK I.AXO .DISTRIC'K DISTRICT  OKSOUniERX DIVISION, EAS1' KOOTKNAY  Take notice that Alex John Cblwholin of  KlaKccAle, IJ. C��� oecup'ation. Collector of If.  M. Custom!', fntends to apply for permlssioli to  purchnso the IoIIouIub deseriU-d lamlh'-i  Coinnit-noidi; nt a |>oal pluutuii about a1 J mile*  from Cur7i)ti, H.C.in it i��oulljerly direction ��m  eas! M.lo of C, 1'. It, Ry., tln-nce wcm 20 clmiim;  tlK-iice south '40 chiilui'^ tlivnce ��'iivt about "  chains taC. 1'. It, Ky: thence followioc Kuld  Ry., II) chains northerly to point uf commence-  ineiii, and eoiitninSiiK io nurei of land more or  lew. AI.KX ANUKR JiillX CHI��HOI.M  t Jjatod JliUo7tli,itw.). ' i  I'atil Jt-!i��cii, Aec-nt.  MOYIE,  B, C,  iExcursibn^ Rates,  CREDITORS'    TRUST"  I    'ACT,   1901A  DEEDS  ���r "   ,  re-f <l '  Vmih  sTf; 'i'-I d  3R'..  personal property, .real estate,  credits ' and effects, . which may  be seized and sold under' execu-  tion, tO'Edward Blake McDerniid,  of the "City,-of Nelsou, in the  Province of ' British Columbia,  fasti    iUl'3, troitiwin ttfcewart and   chil- /Accountant,'for the general  bune-  ��� ,     -j. ,       , ^,    L /drcn have returned from CalirarV    flfc of ifcs creditors. ,  and   at   such    close   range   that  ���u0,.a f. .   ^       f��" v^ary, .      o  ? wiiere they spent a  good  portion      -^ meeting of the creditors   will  scarcely any feature of the  melee j df the summer. * {be held  at .the, offices of Uessers  NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to the Creditors' Trust  Deeds Act, 1901, and Amending  Acts' that the Moyie Rochdale  Co-Operative Association, Limited, of Moyie, British; Columbia,  merchants, by Indenture ,of  Assignment dated  the  19th' day  METAL   MARKET.  .New York���Bar   silver, 59  Lead $475      ���    Copper, 14g  ( London���Lead ��12, 10s  cts  cts  Stock - Q,uotatio'ns.  FuuNrsiiKD By DEALE A-   ELWELI..  '  Bid  ���Askod  Aurora  1  ��� 25"  Consolidated Smelters  77.00  95.'00,'  Can. Goldflclds  .3 1-2  .     05  Cranbrook Fire Brick  ���  1.10  North Star    v        J   '  ,''         .Slid'  12  Society Girl  '                .                                     ^      i  ,    25  .could be discerned  i" 'llie strt'ge- coaoh at that time  was a point of both aggression  and defense, with the Redmen  making the attack and.the.militia  "trying to repulse them. The men  on both sides were firing round  the coach, and some of them  could not have been more than  four or five feet apart. Morhiu-  way was a leader in the Hodmen's  charge at this stage of tho battle  and felL at the off wheel of the  coach. ;  New   Utopia.  Samuel Hill is going to establish .a new Utopia in eastern  ^Washington. He has acquired  6,000 ��� acres of land on tho Spokane, Portland and , Seattle rail-  way> where ho will locate a Quaker    colony.      It is in- Klickitat  Mrs.  Kemps ton,   wife   of , Constable James C.   Kemps ton,   left  last    Saturday   for  an   extended  visit to, Irelaud  J 31rs Lester Dignan and lister,  iliss Christina McKinnon, loft  Thursday for Silver-ton to remain  for a moeth' or more. i  The'sister of Dr. Asselstine and  Mrs. Clarke are stopping in Moyie  for a few d-iys. They are on  their way to Vancouver and  Seattle.  ' The families of J. S. MacEach-  ern, A. Ferris and K. D. Stinson  have a summer cottage on the  west side of the. lake aud are residing there during the hot spell.  At the Churches.  CATHOLIC     CHURCH  There, will' be the regular morn-  county, and   the    name   will   be  Maryhill, which  ha3 family    as- j ing and evening services   Sunday  sociations.  .Everything   is  to  be|Morning services   at^lO   o'clock  established along model lines  Although no dreamer, Mr. Hill believes tlittt perfection is possible  He has done more for the cause  of good roads thau any other  man. He is a son-in-law of J-. J.  Hill, tho veteran railway builder,  and a man of large means.   *  New   Engines.  mi  The Canadian Pacific, Grand  Trltnk ^Pacific and Canadian  Northern railway have been keeping the Montreal Locomotive '��fe.  Machine company busy lately iii  supplying the demand for engines  to move the  fall  crop..    The  en-  Evening services   at 7:30   o'clock.  PATHER:il. BECK,  (Priest.)  ciicncir or unolaxd.  Divine    Service    will    be  held  every Monday in the Presbyterian  church at 8 p; m.     '  ���  d      PHILIP C.HAYMAN,  .'��� .' V A (Vicar.)  .      METHODIST   CHURCH  Morning geWice. 11 o'clock.  Sunday school, 3 ovclock. Evening service, 7:30 o'clock. Morning subject, "Paul" at 'Corinth."  Evening subject,  "Thou  Art  Not  Harvey,' McCarter aud Maedon-  ald, Baker street, in the city of  pranbrook, in the said Province,  on the 2nd day of August' 1909,  at i o'clock' in the afternoon, for  the giving of directions with  reference to the disposal of the  estate.  AND NOTICE IS HEREBY  FURTHER-GIVEN that all creditors and others having claims  against the estate are required to  file the same with the assignee or  his solicitors, Messrs. Harvey,  McCarter & Macdonald,. on or  before, the 28th day of August,  1909, with full particulars of same  duly verified by affidavit, and the  nature of the securities, if any,  held by them.  AND NOTICE IS HEREBY  FURTHER GIVEN that after  the 28th day of August, 1909,  the Assignee will proceed to distribute the assets among the  creditors of whose claims he  shall then have received notice  and he will not be responsible for  the assets or "any part thereof so  distributed to any creditors of  Whose debt or claim he shall not  then have received notice.  Dated at  Cranbrook  this   19th  day of July, A, D. 1909.  ED WARD B. McDERMID,  Nelson, B: C, Assignee,  by his solicitors, Messrs. Harvey,  McCarter <fc Macdonald, . Cranbrook, BdCA .  :      A NOTICE       '      .���  TAKE NOTICE  that'I intend  to'apply  to "the  Superintendent  of Provincial Police, after  thirty  days from the,first appearance of  this notice, for "the  trahfer  from  niyrelf to Frances U. Taylor of the  licence to sell intoxicating liquors  at rthe" International    Hotel    in I  Moyie, B. C.  Dated this 22nd day of June, A  D. 1909. YTM.   KYDD.  Witness, A. B. Macdonald.  V   MOYIE^  1 <    f i  * h ��� '    ���  '      ' TO   '  : d, Seattle     .  $25.00  ."Corresponding i;ates from ���  other points  Tickets on sale daily, May 29th  -       to Oct.   I4th.  Final return limit 15 days, bulb  not later than Oct 31st.     v  .Liberal /Stopovers Allo.wed.  For complete'iniforination apply  to Agents, or   write  J. E PROCTOR, 0  ��� ' '     ( D.P. A., Calgary.  *  ������ , a "-*"jv.v.u,        J.UUU    ^  gines "supplied are of the! latest   I-'ar From tho Kingdom   of  God "  design    and   heaviest  class.     AI-   Duett; "Rooin for J^tis."  biwt.l/ll?      l.'l  tT.eady the C. P. R. has received 30,  the C, N; R. 10, and the G. T. P.  eight o��:these engines.  Higfins Wins Rock Drilling.  A:    ,     ,     i_^   At Hazelton on Dominion Day  P. J'. "Higgihs aDd> Amil Olson,  better known .as? ttio "Black  i^jvede," w,on thJ3 . rock ��� drilling  Bontest.'. .Boih uiinersf/ai:e well  known in the Kootehays. .. (!  Chamberlain's Cough flemedy  '   j "U'CuCclils, Croup ar.d \Vh'x>plng Covgh.   t  Rev. J. W. MILLER, B. A.  Pastor.)  PnESBYTEniAN'*   ci'lUHCH,  Services on Sunday at 11 a. m  and 7:30 p. m. Morning subject,  '"Better and Best.", Evening subject, "The Patience of Christ."  Sunday School at 2:30 p. m. T  Sowerbutts, will sing. AU are  cordially invited to attend.��  CKip   Off the   Old Block.  to  T.S. PATON,  "Say, paw," said little Sammy  Short, "Mr. Silverton told me today that I was a second 'edition  of you."  "That was very nice of him," rejoined old man Short. "How did  he come to say it?" .  "I struck him for a quarter."  answered Short Jr,"���Chicago  News.       '  Ma's First Husband.  For Sale.  Man or Woman. My South  African Veteran Bounty Land  Certificate issued by the department of the.( Interior, Ottawa,  good for 320 acres of any Dominion land open for entry in Alberto,' Saskatchewan or Manitoba.,  Any person over the age of 18  years, man or woman, can acquire  this land with this certificate,  For immediate sale $8.00.00. Wire  or write, L. E. Telford', 131 Shuter  street, Toronto, Ontario.  Teacher: 'Johnny, who was the  greatest man that ever lived?"'  Johnny: "I don't know for Sure;  but I thinki it- was ma's first  husband." - A     j     . :        . .A   .,  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.  The partnership heretofore carried on under the firm name aud  style of Taylor & Company has  this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The business hereafter will be carried Ion by Frances E. Taylor and Michael James  Bonner, who will assume all the  debts of the business.' All persons indebted to theAsaid late  firm of ATaylor & Company are  requested to make' payments to  thr firm of Taylor, A Bonner and  all claims against the said late  firm are to be presented to the  firm of Taylord& Bonner, who  will pay the same. '  Dated at Moyie, this 22nd day  of June, A. D.: 1909.  TAYLOR tfc CO.  FRANCES e.TAYLOR  MICHAEL J. BONNER  F. J. Smyth, Witness  Slab Wood  For Sale;  Slabs, cut to length,  '$2.50 per load  delivered.  ?orto Rico Lumber Qo,  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  .    XEUSO.V, B. C.  hoarding and D.ty School conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  B. C. Commercial and business  courses a specialty. Excellence and  swift progress * characterize eacli department. Parents should write for  particulars. One month assures the  public. tlie - thoroughness of tlie  Sisters' methods of teaching. Terms  commence January, A'pril' and Sept  Pupils are admitted durinc term.  Wm. Jewell  Express and General Delivery Business. Livery and  Feed Stable.  WOOD   AND    COAL  For Sale  Leave Orders at  Gwynne's Store.  Moyie,  British Cctimbia  The Waive  Icecream Parlor.  NOW   OPEN  Drewry Building.  MRS. L. A. HORNE, Prop.  Dr. HE   HALL  DENTIST  The Expert Crown  and  Bridge  Worker.  Office over Mr. Short's  Wall       p���pcr.     Storo  Armstrong Ave.,        Cranbrook  '   " NOTICE.  CR.ANrtROOK  i.,\ni>   nisxrucTv, DISTRICT  OK.SOUTHERN DIVISION, EAST KOOTKNAY  T��ifco notice tliat AJU-rt ll^rukardt ot Oartoh',  II. C , (H-cupatloD, li'miclicr,'liiU-ml* ti,) n|.j.ly  (or i>i-niilK4lou to purclAusc the followlug <���-  scribed lau��I<:-^-     ,,'   , (  Conimciiclng.Bt n po^t planted nouth. ^lile of  0, V. It. Rv., about J^ mlli) in no easterly direction from Cumin MmJoii, titcuctt noutli -JQ  ehiiin?; tiicnco west -10 c-lialtib: thca^e nonld  about i^ chains 10 C. I'. U. Ur;. tlic��ic<," following s��lti R>\, 4Q chains in' *n eattc-rly Ijlrec-'  tlon to point of ivoijiuienceineat, ajtiacoiitnlniiij;  110 acres of land, more or lew..       A  .      '   A1-  ���     AI.BEIST ��AUNHAIU,)T.1  Dated Juno 0th, 3909. /,  '" i     ' '  C- S. KINRADE.  P a ' n t e r.   P a p 0 r  H a n 9 e r and  D e c o r a i o r  E"l"��al,* Give,,.  ^oyie, --,.  B c  MOYIE BOAT " HOUSE  , J^oals   fur   }lir(; |jy "^  the ifour, Day, ur  "Week at reasonable  prices,  t  Canoes, Peterborough  and  Skiffs.  '���  STOP AT THE"  COSMOPOLITAN  WHEN IN   ,  .  '  ���',���      ORANEK00K  y I ^1  Good^rooms,'cood Ublt? and' hu  ' and   (irst-chus anmple rooiis.   ,  i If you want your  W O V A L O  roof to  last  put  ID    on firsfc.   ���  What is.  11       r t t  Wovaloidjs' a; Ready; Roofing that/is rcjarly to apply,  by simply using tho cement- and nails that. aro. .  ' snppliedMviih eacJi roll (these aro lo. l.eTound in  tlie centre of each roll.) . Whch. Wovaloid is a[h ���''  plied according to directions it is flic .strjjngwi, r  toughest ready"! roofing ever nraJe!' 'f-The wiijil, ,  rain', frosty ��noT>y or heat have no, effect on it..^ : *  ���   c"    \r.\ " ' ��-.  Write "us for prices;       ��� -   d'  J. D.  McBRlDE  Hardware  Gran brook,  K   C.  vi/  >3���  r. o. jjox sio  rilOXK. 71  East Kootenay Bottling Co,  Cranbroo!<,  B.  C.  \1/  \l/  (!/  VI  \P  \!/  \\i  \\i  9  i\ranufacturers of all kinds of carbonated ^  beverages. \\ro spare no expense lo have f  our goods the best on the market. \|/  There are  others,  But!! . ^  ^���'^���'^���'*>^,>fc-,^.-,^.--<*.--^--<c-<r.^.>jr.;s?^?>r:^^i-->fc-"s.-'>.'>fc'>->  Do Not Wait  Till Winter  Vou'11 Need The Fire Then.  JAyoii in tend having " lie.itin.tr ���Avslt'I"{  insta'.lw! for next winter,  Dp it now:     li lakes':�� lime .id  put in a heating sysicmriglit  jl'tit ivc only put'tlieiii tip l.ii'at, \vayV ���    TIjc   other   way:; makes .im".1^.  jalso .iron hlc.  ANTo trouble .with'our system. '  f A'H'RAVIM.-Is to >;ivc thccotiifort seeker the fullest souse of ��"!^  "rt with the least sense, of apparatus-Hie most ���satisfyiiiK results .it  |  he least expense of fuel and of labor-Avitii freedom from   repair*.' ��"'^  a tlurahility t-fpial to the life of Hie buildings in, which the lit.itui.��  [syslniesare   installed. '  Our Systems of Heating-   meets   these   requirements   exactly-        "^  J-t'-e the effieient., silent, rclicibk- servant of tlie houseowiurs-a" adj"'^  , whie'.i does more for the ch&er und. l.H-,i.l.<hfuliiess''of homc.life|ll':l11  ���" ���  o'li-r matirial feature, or decoration of the home.  ^  |2E  m  c  i  9.  ^i  i  <  -^  Y  9f  *1  i.  1  f  .��  "I  1  &3  ���A   ?U  fed'  \  CRANBROOK,  4  i^p^na^$!^��i


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