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The Moyie Leader Jun 10, 1910

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 I  Do youreyes bother-von?  Coji.shJL'W.   Ha Wilson,  of    Cranbrook   and   <jet  ���   '    satisfaction.  ^s^'ive A_W  =^1  Zl"X Af"' v^c ^--^^^^J^^Ap" '"'" lJJJ  ., ���-, ...  Stive money bv i)tin;i:.'>  / ' i ,  rl ,�� ..r    ,.     i".'-i y��ur    -'  ^    TIMEPIECE from  Wilson, llie Jeweler.  ���vol. I'i,no: in.  MOYIE,  B. C., FRIDAY. JUNE JO. 1910.  S2 A YI.AU"  ���'  <_0  Our, special sale which starts 'today will, add zest"  to business activities. THE- RIGHT' PRICES'attract the people,' Tlie prices are rig-lit, ��� and past  experience convinces us,thab- this sale 'will < be pat-.  roijjzed fo an' even greater extent th an ever before.    '  Enthusiastic   Meeting   of ' Citizens Unanimously   Decides ," to   Honor  Canada's Natai Day inJFitting Manner���Officers Are  Elected and Committees Drafted. o  ���_*r'��6-5:c$-$--5:$'?'4��-=��'si'j*>:45-?53s^355dvt/   W^^.^i-^^i^-^-^'-^'-,  *��� vi i *^is?-^>c:;!i?-c->r-^'-::tr^r'*:  # LOCAL ASSAYS   ���      *!������$-  w    . I    "  "Billy" Bremner  is   down froin'\|JF  from Calgary. d , j^    Wall    PapCr  Father Deck' will   hold  service iw '       *;     ,  ac the Catholic church Sunday.        y/  Several    McGill     students'are  working iu the St. Eugene mine.  Jame3 1 larper is braking on the  Campbell's for Quality "���*''' ���  iHP*^  Hazelwood Ice Cream  ". '���   '    ,   "" c'  ''-' . '  A   Yqit^vill'fiud your friends at GWynne's  where  the  best  .cream in town is to be had.        , ; '! - ��� ,     .      'A ','"*-���,  ,,,���!> -   '      , ,       ,      " ' ,       O      '" ' " '  '',',, l" ' . ' '    ' ' 'l- -  '.';', u.wynne''S -' Hazelwood Parlor;J'  Ju-it as Solomon numbered every block ,iu liis'ten'ipled  the committee iu charge or the Domiuipu .Day,,celebration'  here which was finally drafted at a most enthusiastic meeting  of citizens held in Miners'-Union"'hall /Wednesday evenine.  httvc numbered everv detail'that will help to make the affair  interesting for���all who'attend, .aiid  wilh watch, these' points I    w. J! Feltham   left yesterday  |Soo-Spokaue run between'Kings  gate and Lethbridge.  _ i (  Misa McQuade i3 here from  Olympian Wash., on' a visit with  her mother and brother.     '' ' '  Fred Smith, ot Smith, Davidson  A Wriglit, Vancouver, was in  town Monday taking order.-.  aW  Just as closely.  4*  i.for, tho  .Sheep ' creek  , country,  h-.-v_-s^>w ^^?"5_::*3-'^55:^r 4__v  ft  ft  c "- ' 1,^  Wall Paper ��' ���  ���     -      r ���      ��� _ '     ��� ' )r\ '  ���     ",        '        ' '' /JN   '   '  , ' '      -V'  , ���> T     ,    ' '    '        ,ft  ,,    'Remember that we are clearing but..every roll, of  ft  wall paper in stock, 'which includes papers  of, hand-  ft    '  '' , some designs for cither parlor,, dining room, kitchen, 'ft' ���  ' or any room i;i the house, and clearing, them out' at   ;[A   - '-  less than   y.:i    cjiilid b.t/ th_iii if yj'.t w_;it to   th._'   /ft  factory>foi* them."      ��� ''���'<''      ft  -' ' ' I ' ' ' . "' ''.' ' ' ^ I  I    ' ' VH   ' ' '        '  ' /i\  ���'  " :This is Worth Looking Into ' ���   v^ ^  /r  ��_.  ������ -Dailj'Needs ���  <   Are Onr .  ��� *      -   '     ���.     i >      *  t       * �� i  * i e  Especial, Care  ^ i.  Get'the habit.   "' G-o-to'.  d;'-'CR-OWE'RROS;.-&:;C0.',,' '  sum_iiei\  Iji. O. .MePha.il, who came here  recently from New Westminster,  is "in charge" oi" ,the Pored Rico  Lumber Company. * ' '  C. K, Jo_liii has been awarded  tliev cOncracc of carrying the  mail  JJ  ~&  Ksr.iiti.iSKrco ts:)7"  ���:_3o_^l;o"!c_i? "__t_I^7croXX  INSURANCE , and MINING'  and INVESTMENT BROKERS.  The meeting was not only unanimously in favor of cele-l wJll'e ho iutends   syeudiuy   the  bratiug, btit,th'e conceu'sus of' opinion   among  those,.present  "  was'that this year t'li'e celebration should be "Carried   on   in   a  manner' that' will ...entirely   eclipsed*any  previous' effort.  'Consequently, a program is, being   prepared.-that^would  do  honor4.0 a towu of several times 'Moyie's si^e. '        '-   ^,  To be'brief the people of Moyie, and many of those,, from  between   the 'postofflcfe   and   the  vation iii  this -district.    Arrangements'are  b'eing  htacle  tojr^ilway *taCioii'  Irave the'Cranbrook city band in atte'ndance^vhilc land" audi, IL n' m<��ock>' 'Onager of the  ��� . '^-A'V, '    *     .   ���    ':���������::..,��� -.      'Aurora  mine, was  iu   Cranbrook  water sports of .practically every description; wnl form part, of j-Monday ou bl'13iaess ia "codu:eccion  the program. " A,, ,       ���    f,      ^ i with the property. -   '"  Following are the officers elected 'and committees drafted j K-i .Xordnniu, while trolling in'  at the meeting, the'first mentioned iu each'ca'se being chair-! tho upper -Moyie lake ��. few even-  man, and. the various chairmen to. constitute a"./committee 'of'ings ago, landed 'a. 20- inch clmr  tl p    d nie- .,'''","''       ,       ''   ,  ��� t;tmt  .tipped   the   scales   at',,five  '       ' .'.-.' ��� pounds.    ., c'  The fat meu and the kids had a  ball game Sunday au'd 'it   was  au  Iu the fifth   inning  the fats got'out of wind aud quit.  -.taster Claude Reese will 'attend the high school entrance examinations, whicli'will be held a'c  Crahbrobk on W.edhesday, Thursday aud Friday of next week'    , ���  <~ l-t.W;.GibsonlofT.ViefcoriaJ' president of the Beaver Lumber Com-  W, .        '   , . -,  " ��,' , ."    %  fy'  (|    The0same reductions  in other, lines still prevail'.    jj\  \l/   Visit our store and. get voursiipplv'. , ' ft  W  .     v ''-���"'     ��������� *r"     , .   .  .   ;\ft<<  W '-'-, .  '    -  ,     ' '''       i       ..   ".       .-ft>  Off       ' ' ' '   ��� "��� .       '       " .' V4V,  i�� ^ MacE&chern & Macdonald.. ,M -  W ,   ," '.,.'. '   '   -.4        e Civ  \1'/.''-,  ...    ����� .. ,    '   ,    r-       .-'���     ..   '     a'    .    . _.   ,,    ft.  v(/   - ''.'.-���  - -���';,*      -   "    .    -   . " ft.,  '*3P_P_P_Sf',X  Sl-I  X��.->k-^<w"rf��'-^>'-^' *S--**'-��r':ZFr^0-  :agii____-3fei  Presiilenf-S.' (d? Bla\ Jock,  yice-preshiciit ,-A. Ferris.  Seretary��� Iv. O. Kainui! '  Treasurer��� 1J. J. Simth. ,  / CQMMiTTHES.-,  I    ;     GENIERAL'FLOAT    "���    |!dtnu-ingone  7\ ee��_��� esfe$ g�����e s-eee ��-?s _ us-sai :���  ' Finance--J. A. B. Macilonahl, Dr.'Cof-  lyi.'V.-Ue-buli'iier, A. Ferris, ,11. G.iiii-  tjle* Ben'Kva'its, id F., 'Johnston, J. Mo-  Tavish, K. D. Ptinscn, j'. Taylor, "61.  ���_.c_Jicolancl J. S..MacKacl)cni;<.  .  r Clfil'dretik' SportfedCharle?AA.M"aC7CeLy   -  Variconver"'lias  moTe~"autorno-  anh,A.r, MciiiUre.     ���       < biles than fihe     dfc      of ifcs  Caledonian Sports'-C.. A. I oote, Uias, j   ; ���      -   _ i        J     t    %  i size outhe^eoutinent.  . NelsonJs Dominion Day, celebration will last-only one day this  year.   -,,  iz*.1~.*ul.i*-r'*-cut.'^Xtl   j. "-- ���_   _itr v  f Head Office  ...CRANBROOK, B. C-  Paint  Paint  Paint  Shareholders'' Meeting  .&  pati3^,   was   in  Movie  this   week  looking  over the   affairs  of    the,  Porto   Rico    Lumber     Company; j lfu'Se boc!y  of  conc-eutrar.iug .ore,  which is a'subsidiary' concern. | Idirin'g the year $90l.9.j was ex.-  , Tho ladies of Movie had a ball | p?"ded ��U "P-OTOmouts" to the  (game at Aldridge   yesterday, and I roa'1' aud vv,,Gn che Pr0.l"sed gov-  Hanna and Harold Chapman.  Greas\ Pijf-.M. Ciill P. Conr.ul .iiiil_I. j ',     ��� "7, o  Gj21_ ' '  "The steamei fare from .Vancou-  ,   Ailyerti-.ii'n;--F. J. Sin.v.th and Herbert ! uel- to Stewait   is   f?22. which   iu-  J.tckson,     t , ' chides berths and meals.  Tratisportatton-K.   A.    Hill,     K.    O.I"     , _J   KsunmamlA. P.Maecloiiald.     ' j    'Tende,3 are being called for the | ni.e   nlanuiug  for" another.     Thv.  j__f..-u���ic,,t,~W.ll,a...   K^c.   b  A.|��� ,. ,  .,���    ���    TJ     I{..    uGw|spol.ti���KedIcoroftliB__fJa,derwas!m^be,^ip^d/,,0,nthemi,ie   -'lC  'about one-half oF tbo jj-edeut co=t.  The regular annual meeting of  the shareholders' or' The Society  Girl   Miuiug ' Company;   "Limited.  o , i> ' i i  was held in "Morley^hall .Tuesdaj'  afternoon'. All the directors aud  a good number of the shareholders were present;. The report of  th'e dirnetors was accepted. The  report shows that during the past'  year   SCO, feet-oE"  .development  work has been'done at  a   cost 'of; the ci'tfy wiiere so many star tjlay-  ��111.SS per foot. ^ This  work  eon-  era come from.  _ fJ,'   ,      " ''   <  sists of 25-feec of raisiug, 005 4'eet    ' There will b-j  a  g'ime  at, Aid-  of    crosseutting-   and * 230    feat j ridge Suudiy afternoon' when, the  of   drifting   on'  the  vein,   which  has resulted iu the   opening   of  a  To Play Cranbrook  The Moyie ball ,team 'will   play  the Cranbrook team at Cranbrook '  "  this evening,  and, it  13 ���expected"' ,  that a good'.buuch of fans'will g >     ;  down from hore to tlie   capitol^of, '  the banana,belt to,root   for i-.heii"  home  team.    There  will   be   two  new-players 'in 'the   Moj-ie^ team  '  at tonight's  game.   Thfy  are   0.'  Galviu, piccher, and,II. Burr,'one-,-d  fielder.   13 /th are',, from   Spokane,'1''',  *._  jeriiiueiit  roid   is  completed,   ore  erection of the  Brighten tip your premises-with "STEPHEN'S READY  '.MIXED PAINTS,''"the best to be got-for any price. Linseed Qil, While Lead, Varnish, Stains, Boat Varnish, Putty,  ���Turpentine, etc.;etc., etc.     Full .supply, prices right.  J-frjOr. ri-t vS�� ���^.vC-7.-rt/_-.-^..-^-s-^..^--rfz_i-fi--v.vt..-  %>r jCxjrfz-rfr.v'h'. &.xCz.s&i -'  4  JIOY-E'S    LEADlXCf    HOTEL  |>  3  .1-'  .a  Lir?e mid Gominodiotis S.unplo Rooms  The best of accommodations  for tho Traveling  Public.  Billiard Rooms.  k  .,    v.,^��� w. v������ 0. r  Itornv, W. Sullivan, C.   A   Foote,   ih^tf, .  Torpcy, K. Ii. Sli-ixm ami   Jauu-s Rob- j toiinst hotel near  frocCOi;.  ens,    , 1  Liquid llefresliuieiits-J. AV. 1'itch, IA  A. IIill, J.   McLare'n,   W.   A.   Gum-rcn j wagon road from Oroscou   to   the  A survey is to   be   made   for  I  <P?r-  McTAVlSH & CAMERON Proprietors  ,���.,���.. , rrxmncmam>>wma^^i>^m��x^^ri^^ j  Kor the most fastidious dresser we have the  Nicest Assortment of Metis' Shoes  in the newest   American   Instr*.    Oxford   shoes in  all colors  Irom $-'1.50 to ?5.    See our new  "Buy one and iic well dressed.  20th  CENTURY   SUITS.  }������': Imperial Banfc: of Canada.    .|  ��� d       Capital  Authorized - ,--$10,000,000.00 .,  I       '   . Capital Paid Up ----���: -,;--:5..000,00p.QP ".  ��                 Afteserve   I?und ��� -----000, 000.00, }  I . ,    BRANCHES  IN BRITISH COLUMBIA- .������.;.'���, -|  I Cxanhrook;Arrowhr.ad, GoldcnAKamloops, Michel,   New   Michel    |  I Fernie, Kelson, Revelstoko. Victoria, and Vancouver. |  I .'   Drafts ind Money1 Orders sold avaiblc in any) |  I d             part of (he World ���  g A       .    3    Savings Bank Department.' -  �� Interest allowed on deposits from   date  of deposit.  1 MOYIE BRANCH.       ' H. W. SUPPLE, Manager.  and Jameb CcrbiU.        .        ,  Dancing--"-!. Torpcy, Fred K-fe, E   I..  lluttand J. 1-. Cane. '  Mt.sic--J. Robert-., 'C.   A., l-'ootc  anil  1?.' J. Sin\th.  'GiouikIs-A.   l-'crris.   A.   Gill" and  J.  Mrb.ireu.  Acquatir Kportb���R. Camphell, II.  Gmulilc Hint K. Carruthers.  )5<ir.clull-ir Jack-on. R.1-Gamble and  G. Ciuiclcshank.  rootlwll-Kied Kge, Albert Gill and  M. "McNicol.  At the preliminary meetins* on  Wednesday evening A. Penis  was voted to the chair, and Graham Crui-kshatik was elected acting secretary. Every interest in  the cauio Wits represented.  The next meeting will be held  Atotulty evening, June 13th, when  all parties interested are requested  to bo there Tho executive committee will meet sharp at 7 o'clock  and the general meeting will be  called promptly at S o'clock.  The members of tho finance  committee are busy soliciting:  funds for tho various prizes and  to defray the expenses of the celebration. These men should bo  given  every  encouragement, and  ll.iyonne mine,  a  distance   of  33  miles.  Sir Wilfrid Laurier 'will be iu  Xelson on Wednesday. August 31,  and will probably stop at Cranbrook the following day.  unable ,to iear'u the  score   of  yea-  cerdayVgame.  Charles Stevens, of the Kast  Kootenay Bottliug Cornpany,  Cranbrook, was in town Wednesday. 'Mr. Stevens is one of the  old timers of South l_.ist Kootenay  aud has builc up a splendid business, every town along the Crow  using his goods.  Mackenzie & Mann make tbe  prediction tlitc the main line of  the Canadian Northern will be  completed within four year3.  J. A. Harvey, formerly of Cranbrook but now of Vauconver, is  making a fciiy through the Ghe-  ch'tco vallley, locating land.-  Gomer .Tones, formerly with  the C. N". i\ Lumber company, at  Wardner, has accepted a position  with tho Xootenay Telephone  Linos, Limited, at Cranbrook, a-i  accountant and busmess mauager.  This is Payday  1 "���"  Today is the Sc. Eugene payday,  and the amount that will be di��-  bursed is $2S,000. The Impeiial  bank will be open until six o'clock  this evening.  Diamond Drill Co.  to  Incorporate  Moj-ie team will play either. Bju-  uers Ferry or Cranbrook.  Moyie has two games   arranged  with  Macleod:       They    will    bo  played on June 2S and ?.D at Miac-  leod. ���    ''  The Moyie boys, will play at  home on Domic-ion' Day, ami will  have a match with some oucsidu  team, probably Cranbrook.  Football  _        .   ,     ,_��� _ ' 000, and there will bii   no   ehang  Moyie s Mew Constablertho ,mme- Tho stock of Ll11  J '     company will bo   on'  tho   mark,  J. T. Browning   is   Moyie's  new  constable.     Mr. Drowning and his  wife   arrived     huro    Wednesday  it is  up  to   everyone   to  respond: from  \nnconver,      Constable   A.  liberally.  Methodists Buy Parsonage  The trustees of the Moyie 'Methodist' church have completed a  j deal for the purchase of the house  ! owned by A. P. Macdonald, facing  JQueeus avenue. The house will  j be used as a parsonage for the  ���Methodist minister.  g| Chamberlain's Stomach and Li-  gjver Tablets will brace up the  9 1 nerves, banish sick headache, pre-  ��� 1 vent despondency and invigorate  g'the whole system. Sold by the  Moyie Hrug & Stationery Co,  .Morris, who was here temporarily  since Constable Dinsmoro lefc, has  returned to Michel. Constable  Browning has had splendid training in the police service, beiug ��� 15  years with tlie Northwest .Mounted Police. When Bill Miner, the  notorious bandit and train robber,  was run to earth a few years ago  near Kamloops, he was in at the  capture and received $1,300 as  his share of the reward ottered by  theC. P. R.  O. L. Kuight it Company, diamond drill contractors, are miking" preparations to linve their  company incorporated. The company will be capitalized at $.*50,-  000, and there will be   no   change  the  t  within a' few weeks. There has  been such a demand for diamond  drill work lately that tho company is almost swamped, and it  has been necessary to turn down  several good drilling contracts.  The company will add four drills  to its present number in operation.   ''���'���'���.'���������  About -10 tons of ci tide ore. sorted  from the conceittiatiug ore, is on  the lower dump awaiting shipment, aud there is also a large  'inautity   of   ore   on'the   upper  dump, which may be -shipped The MQviaa*md Cranbrook foot-  prolicably when the shipping fa- ball teams will play at Aldridgu  cilitiies are improved upon. Sunday   afternoon    immediately  The old board of directors was j after the arrival of the passenger  re-elected unauimously. It con- j train from Cranbrook. In last  s-ists of C. C. Farrell, president; I Sunday's game Michel beat Mo.yit-.  D. A. 'Ayres, vice-president; ,1. P. j in a score of 1 to 0,  Farrell, secretary-treasurer; Phillip Conrad aud F. J. Smyth.   '  ��� The K aud II cigar has jumped  to prominence through the ex-  Uent flavor} of the tobacco out  of which it is made.  New Anglican Bishop  The Ilev. A. W. Depencier, rector of.St. Paul's church, Vancouver, has been elecced bishop of  Westminster as successor to thu  iate Right llev. John Dart.  Election Not Completed  The Royal Seal cigar has been  before the smoking public for a  dozen years. It is made in. Nelson  and can bo bought in nearly  every naoiintnin town.  The Miners' Union election was  not completed last Saturday, and  a second ballot will be taken ��� to.?--  morrow to decide who shall fill  the office of: financial secretary  and who shall bo the delegate to  the convention at Denver on ,Inly  IS. Tomorrow a ballot will be  taken 011 James 'Roberts and Wm.  Fleming for financial .secretary,  I and.on James Poberts nud Albert  Cill for delegate to  couytjutiou.  ^���'fou  m  nescU:  REV. J. W. MILLER, B. A.  Rev. driller was united in lnandape in' Nelson on  June S,|h, to Miss'Lucinda,Patrick of that citv.  a\  AVed  Mr.  Aliller and his bride are ou their wav to Eur  will spend the next four mouths, before  rope,   wiiere   tiie\*  to take up   their  Mm'ie .Methodist  resiueu'.  ehuuh.  e.  Kev.  11::  ;ii. O  ret in;  er   is  .1111 A'   to  rnsler  Mo  ���01  1  -dA. ih;  , '"A"  '..^;  **, "si J>  r*  "���  t *���,*  S' '-v.  A1" S  ���*$'  I' ft ���  AA  i % 0'  v. ' tr  "W1  ���   1^  .' X '  *~'Jr .' . ,  v.*i5 '  .J'; t --  di>��.  -"#  'i1 .'���'��>'���'  ��� -'���-I*-'?  ' ���*-*_���  '��k��?'  |'^_S  1#"?'-  AVfl;  !&*__  i^-ss a   '  ��     "*' "* &* I"      '  iA'1jirHl.v.,���<v,v  11 >'to��^S .4��lr.__  T >,'  IfEf&'iii'  Nv  �����' r|l  i'    <S_  i  ���m  TCV^J-r-c��� *�� r^-y  T1IK idAKADFvE, ->IOYI_*;, -iKJTJ^II COJ,LT^.rA.  ;��~9  *"��xiwi  ^��ae_saEy-**r_i_t_--*KMjj^_i--j-_c*-  r t���j"TT unu  ���gr^f:,r=r7_--sn_effii-~ssM-_k_-'  Tl MOYIE LEAEEH. K -���������*������ -���* A  r       . -      .     - .    .    .   __jsuch metropolises, -and   Cran-  Publisli.din tin, interest of the people! brook    and    Nelson   will   'un-i  ,,.-,...' t , i  j doubtedly be as up-to-date a;A  ,any other city iu this regard.1  A Poor Weak Woman  of .Movie ami K ist Kootenay.  F. J. tfMlTJJ, J' .;::asJ['  As- ;,no is termed, will i_o_-_r<.- hravely and pitienljv  a-j-inie, winch a sfro.-tf rr-..in ��oti!_ ghe ��� ly under'.  JI.e fact is wnn.cn are ���Vr_ o-ticnt Hun they outfit  toibc- urdar sucl, IroiiNc-i.  _ F\eii wyinian ou,*lif to know tii.it sha jjiuv o.it.i.n  Jn. rno-it e\-pcric:iced medic:-! advide >r��' of c',r,rin  u,-._  In ebsnlitf tot.fid.-ncr njui   prhacv by urilinj! to   T��� ���       , ,     | ���><��� WorlJ's,  DUpenvao-iMecJcij Asi'ooijt.on, 11. V.  ,,,, , . ,-    T - I i 1Cri-e' *L *?V } '���c*su-,'-nt. BufT-iio, N. Y.     Or. fierce  llie    appointment   Ol     Hoil.j      '��� 'as  h.een <���'��<���* con.,_|..���,; physician of,(hi- Invalids"  -r,   ; ,-,,,. , .      '       ���       .      I V.otel  'nJ Surj-icnl  Institute, of liulTiiIo,   N. V., for  Price   jblhson,    M. ,P. P    r���'      mA"v"'"" ''���- '-���      ���* -        .'.*���.���  tor  L O. 0. F.  IVIIlll'i   I.o,li-<- N���.   J I.  - Meets Tuesday evenings  in   the I  Alinei^' TJiiicm   hull.      SojoiiniiriK  I Odd I'VlIowh cor diallyinvited.  ! Fi!i:i) Kcik. F. .7. SmVth.    ,  Noble Gr.itid. Scoi'y.     j  ^  G/ie, y'eeir  -~---=-"/-'  ~---~���d^-jOkanagan.   to   the     portfolio  oi ���,rw..ii-,--4N      ,,       ;of  Minister  of   Finance   aud   $2.00  'jthat of W. R. Ross, M. P. p.  for Fernie,'io the   position, of���  FKJDAVs'J'-JKi- 10, 1010.  PAYDAY  .'When \(,a iftl your j.ay  As _��� iilx \,i!l io(',i\  An i ���.���lit j-ojue f'uuii fl/r ljil- -��iiin.-r,  "   *Ju-.t H<-t ii iiufu'lj ��� '  ������'A"iiiiI'jKilfi ��Mct .i l.mii-h   '   "        '  To';/,:)- u-liat mw ��m-i- llie printer. -    '  Miiuister of Lauds should meet1  with the approval of the  elec-j  torate at larq-e', irrespective of  politics.     Both   ministers   are  many years and Jim, hnd :i wider prac-tical evperience  Hif Z^yd-'"��r't      wo"1����'-'- dieses  than any other physician'in this'country.  Ui. medicines or. �� orld-fcrnous for their u.tonishin;, efficacy.  '       Jnl^'���"';,P';.rf15t   "o��oJy ever   devised  for weak and _.U-  ,      *.nte women ��, Or. n^rtt.. Favcrit. Prc-seription.  ( ' , IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STXQNG, , ,  ' '" ,���     SrCX WOMEN WELL.     '  f^^np,.a-ndr-'ar,i-eCi  .py"1Pt��n>s ���� woman's peculiar  ailments-   are fully set,  forth in Lain  Xinfth-h in the'People's  Medic-..I Adviser (100B pages), a nen-ly  roysed^and up-to-date Edition of which,  cloth-bound, will   be mailed frrr on  receipt ot all one-cent stamps to pay cost of mailing o.-rfr.     Address as above.  I iv.  11. b'-l lA'hO.V,,'  J Chnnecllur Com.  hi.    Jl'.l.^tl.l,    f.dll^'H   "Sll.    1.7  K. of P.  ii  | "Mortb rvny'Tljuisday  . tt'iiiii); in AlcUrc^oj  hull ui S r'oJ..(>k. ' Yir-  ting'bret'iren welcomo  ���E. A. liir  IC.   H .   &.    S.  1\&  -^=   .  "���'���ft*  , Stationery,,Cigars, Pipes, Tobaccos Choir  r   =ix��8  olatcs, and All  Kind^of   A_sori��_i  ? *fi *% isS  Fresh Fruit in Season and^'u^ $f&  special    " m  Full and Complete Slock t.f l-'ishiag ��� I'-icl- [e ',: >^  and See,Display in Window, j.,.,'. "^ ll ?,��&  m     LUCKY LLHF ICE CKL'AM PAR!.!,K   J  ^|  ?. A.,Smith'     = . ��� S-��-^^?ll  ,As Lowery Sees Ihings.  ' *' ���*���  POSTAL'   PHOTOS.  ��  V/anted--Mineral Exhibits  [meu' cap.ihle of doiud- -justice   I     T   '    i "A       i- ^      !  , '    ,    - ' _.        ,       ,     ,    i     Time may be money,   but   it  is      11 HMkC llo specinlty   or   Pos-'  jio their ne^r  offices   and   Lhe|no6 b0 ^     '  ' ,     !tAl( Photo  work." ���  Prices,   A  rMcBrjae.u*overuinc,ut,theelec- ���;,-���. -     "'for, 50 cents; or$1.25 a'do^eu.  ors and   the ��� mniisters   them-i    '>omo men   w,i0  p03e ns, KO"(1 J ' ���"  ^lvi.s-    -,1it-->     ���      ,'��            D    istorytfllers are   not  raueh   good,-     'jMISS  FLORA DHAG( )N.  St-Ut-s,  alike,  aiu to   be   eon-fnt aoythiug cl-e.      ��    .- j' >   ^���r.itulaU'd " on*  the,     choice  StllliiU   I.illl-;!.,  >o. Tit.  A. !���'.   tl A . M.  ;5 Regular    meetings  i. on tbe ' iii.se   \V7_ii-  _s_:a  .V%*^^i_K_^__:^<_i___��-_t_--)*--^'--^-^'. -..>�� ,_ ^  J_ -?:*_?*5F:..-C"'5S:>*E:5C:'Cr^: ���^^^T^^.^^i-ii-i.iv^.  of  This year the' uiana'_;cnicnt That ihV cAfSnv^<* ~,\iU ���. r, - 'l   'r,��l'*ster3 mn bniw il c>it>r ou ��  n     c"     ���      ' ^'   ���  .   I 1/.iaLVlt-t-,'ectoi:iL���oltneFc:r-;jeiserti wbil0 kuocker. ��ui   kill  a  uof the Spokta:e.Interstate Ftiir  proposes to r.nah;; the. ntmeral  ' i i.i  exhibits the feaf.ir'e"of the exhibition. 'This d'eton isprob-  -tbly'ttiken_on account of' the  increased .activity evinced in  mining-tm-oughout  the   west- g ,    ''     CHIMOOKERS ���     ���'��� ^llde drinking- whiskey thac is- npt  nie ���riding' will .sig'nih' its 'ap-j^il/^gain thn'fJai-den of Eden.  proval of the elevation fof, its'    * ,        7d v-m     "        i  x , . ��� :    An nrper*. snys -hat tiio   spread  member, to the cabinet   at   ihe (of cancor U largeJydiie to( eatiDg  by-election is bevoud question. !^"()e^ v��getables  this  are,   nut  ' "'  '      ' * "    '       ! nroperly washed-    *\Ve mighr/also  's '    ���''= ,; remark that the spread, of  delir-  ���iJ_'_;6��-'��S-��:'c��!&-?���?���_��:S-��s?-_��e:*,-<_'3���i_ | imn tremens i1-' largely due to peo-  0 V.LWKM'JjXlEn,  ' ' ' ui:.\Li:d  in"  n  #$*  ��� i  L��.*\  ii'.'-sday  , ^ month.  } i?itii4K  brethren vi-koine  ,    ^     Hi Chapman, "W. .)!.  ,  '   i\*. \\'.' lliudett, .Se<.-i'e,tary  eru States and British Coinmr ^-v5^39-^=9add***9999d*9.Ws6--*&w  bia.    Goocldist)laysr'represen-"        , '   tative'of   the   ore   deposits   of j    ."Chnntecler hats and chimtecler  *j properly watered.  Z <  r/Iade a Fr.istake  .-    ,   PJ^OilPT DELIVERY.      '   , '  Queen srA*s7e:'",.' MOYIE  Moyie   Miners*. Union  i,  . '', Wo. 71  W. F*; of M. ' '   -.  fleets in ."Minors'   Union, Hull   ��v-      -.  ery Saturday, eveniii}?.1   Snionrn-  A?*'  ��'"Tf     t(,     ,,..1     ,,,,  , S^i    ],     ���,   ,  qiiciu-n .i   i)iir,i   t<  tl?<! -Ult.-v\-ls.ii,,1!. ,,  -   ' l" ��� 11 (}l  Oor-Samuiy Boitl^J  tiitiiionurf, ,i,' ^.,(  huvtiiinL-.', uiarJe .-f -|,  ��"*;'" ami ollurijp^ij,".  ' I'-ycry iirM M,(rr ,ifi  ^���������tiri'iln.,1 ,,lrm u.(  That's what u'U        '-  'A the district'from  which  thev  are sent, have  always  proven  .,'   -a-ski.ost   valuable   aclvertisino,'  i i O  "feature.   '  'But on an occasion'  '   'Avhen mining  is  to ,ben made  -      the feature oi   an   Interstate  fair, such as   is  .suggested   at  Spokane this 3*ear, a good display would rdecive even more  , i -        i  ( prominence than ,usfual.  -Con-  -   scqueutly,   as   an -advertising  niediuui,' its  value  would,  be  " * ��� '���    ,A* ������   ' '  ��� ,cven greater." 4_\ot only is-this"  �� >=��� tlie case, 'but bigger prizes'are  -'* -awarded'and, iii tliis^va}*, more  inducement is   offered   to   the  exhibitors to spare pains and  trouble in "preparing   tlie   ex-  ,    hibit.'  The'Movie district Iris  veils, and all the rest, may come  and go," said Plain P,ei-son, "but  chautoclo- fricassee with clump-  liugs, will go on fotever."  ]Jear Ohinookerb���ft is gener'allj-  eonsitlered that since ,the  demise  of Grdver Cleveland'the  drinking  coltee from a saucer become, a lo-st  art,     It-i-j   with   much  pleasure,'  therefore,   .that   T  hasten   to   an-"  nouneo the discovery of ,a  i'tsllovr  guest at J^avenport's   today   who,  accomplished tue   feat   with   perfect  dexterity   aud .-without   the  loss of a drop.'    He seemed 'deter-  miije'd to hide his  personality 'in  the veil of   modesty  and   refused  to givt. his name 'for. publication.  lIIR-vftLlLOUBS. "  "f, guess I made a mistake,'!  wouldn't paint a doorstep for the  old ^en-ant." '' 'fc  "NV_U."  .' "And now IVe got tf> pa'iht  the  entire house for the'ntnv'' tenant."  y-r-r-?S��SS-S-'S-'-��SS-'*^se?$-'SC:S!S5.-  *r'<?'S'��:"����:5-���! fi.  WORLD'S   DOIIMGS'   ��� I  15 ' '     ' /j\  ^5.->3..*45a.-5.-$5.-5.-5.-5$5--*43^3.5*sa-$;>.-$/|\  .-, , ., ,.       ,.,.-, I    John \i. Rockefeller wearA a pa-  llie ore deposits and  'exhibits    ,        ,. c ..��� ��� ,   ,  l^.  -^   .wii..   (-.vniuu.-s  |,or vudfc foe warmtu m cool   days.  r  P.  ,R-. Time  ' Table  '           i '  ���Westbound ��  ���  ,  No.  fjio  Local  1:20 p. m.  No.  i  7 '  ir  Sbo-Spokane  ��� -7' Eastbound  1:-J0 p. m.  i'  No,  211  Local ,  2:52 p.m.  No.  S  '.Kbc-Spokane  5.29 p. m-  tttJ\ "Joseph's   C.bnvent'.  ,   , '-I  N'El.SON, n. c.  II n    ' i  J.Jr!rii"rrfin��r lyjil D'v- P��'lionl   on-iduci.  ed l.-yiSi-Cur-i'Vil' St., Jo-f ph,.Ne)'-;oii.  B.    U.       O'liiiiiii-ri'irtl      Mm'     '.ili.^iiici-.-  'coiir-Ob ii   f-peciuli v.    F..\o.i-!li'iii c ,*Hii'i  8u".rt  i>;irt ini-nt.     I'liri'-n-fi  piirli-iu,if��.     IJiiw  mutii.tv,, .<������inr----   i'ui   i  plilihc  ''���>'  Sifters'inctliods  of u-uching,   Tejnib  coniiiunce Januaryj/'April 'Mill   _ept  I'upilB1 are adinittecl duri-u term.'    >  ery Saturday, eveningA   Sojourn-  >W _, ' ' j  ;:K,;;;:;;rs"��c<,r-0,''ny'''vit:ii!| .East f(ootenay; Bottling Ci  JUbwtOtll,'.   ,     ��� Jamt���4UolAt��h!A)'���0-':l'���0-'t,1,?'���    ���-'",        -   ', ���'   .,���.���',: I  *Pri;.iiil(>nt  miijri-.|j -uliiijiu-'i^i.l/.t-  V'.'i'cn   (le  liolllll     vvrjl'i.    fru  Un�� miitii.ti,, .<������inr--  f 1^ '  llie   iliiiruijjj.iiii'M) 'uf    lilt,-  ���    i ito  KeorcUrV  ��� ll'  Harvey,'   McCarter* &  Macdonald.    ''   /  Barristers,'SplicitoradKoturieu, Etc  .Cranbrook, o. ��,_    B. C.  -H��--X..- -<u.- ^s.^-  Cranbfpok, ��� B.(.c".  -A'' ' - i  ^r,?r<?"C";:c':^" ^<?-S^-st$r^^*$*sg^;i/J  '*_���"�� J  ,."*t_^-j  W. P. GURD,  liAIiUISTKU. BOLICITOK,   UXO.  CRAXBROOi:.  sin* Eyehts  from this, camp at previous ex  positions iia\-c ahw-n-s been  most attractive. At the coining  exhibition in Spokane, however; .Moyie should not only be  , -well represented, but-a collective exhibit from tlie various  mines could well be prepared  and Movie may easily receive  the highest award.      If a ,-,-0bd  Tlie lead pencil maker-,  of Nur-  emberg, Germany, use about 700,-  OOU tons of American  cedar each  year.  King Edward's, 'funeral, -with  its attendaut expenses, cost  $1,500,000. which e.vpenso will be  defrayed from the public parte.  Masonic    grand     1 odge,   Cran-'  brook, June 23.  Calgary l_xhibition, June   30' .to  July 7. , ;'  Convention of "Western Fadera-  Aiou of Miners Denver] July XS.  Sir Wilfrid Laurier   at Nelson,  August :il. .  Kevelstoke Fall Fair, September  0 and 7., ���  '  New Denver Fruit Fair, October  ���Id.  Spokane Interstate   Fair,   October 3 to '.).  S'lOJ' AT THE  COSMOPOUTAH  WHEN IN<     '   <��� 1   ��   ;  / - .    , cp_anbi-06k  I, 4- " *       '  K. U. SSrAI.t,. Mniinc;<-r.  Good rooms, good  tahlee And' bur  and lies t elabbsample rooms.  B. C  DP,. F. E. MILES  V    .     Dentist, '     *���'  it  *        l r  5ranbrool_.'   ,.      u, c.  " I 'have heen instructed by tlie OM-ners of the-Moi;  site to sell lots at tlie same prices as they'were Lb', u  George H Thompson,  < -1 '  lUltlllSTKH,      'S'OLICITOH ',    '  ,->"'     Nqtaky Puuuc, ic.   ^  l  CKANBHOOK;   '  ' BlUTlSH'COl.C.MBIA  Wib. Jewell  ^���=E!___i��-  "It cured me,'" or "Ic saved   the j  life of my little child," are the ex-  Express and General Delivery ��� Business. Liyery and  Feed Stable.  WOOD   AND'   COAL  For  Sale  W. E. BEATTY  Einbnhuer and Undpri.iknr,  Phone 9. ', CKaNBKOOK  '���Lofs-'fo-r:  as  , ���<  The largest  herd  of  buffalo  in  tho woiid   is  owned   by   Canada. I pressions   you   hear    every    day  it is, kept in   the  park   at  ^\'"aiu-   'thout Chamberlain's 'Colic,   Choi  exhibit is to-be   sent   no   time I wiight, 12o miles ease of Edmou  ton.  should.be lo.A., as a few mouths'  time in which to select the  samples would ' greatl}- assist  the scheme. A man might well  A spring hanger'to  absorb   the  shock   that. is   so  destructivo   to  tungsten iucandesceut  lamp   CU-  meuts   has   been   placed   on   the  be appointed  to   have   charge   markut  of the collecting of the exhibit  and of attending to   it   at "the  fair.  Editorial Notes  era and Diarrhoea Jleinody. This  is true the world over where this  valuable remedy has been introduced. No other medicine in use  for diarrhoea or bowel complaints  has received such general approval. The secret of the success ot  Chamberlaiix's Colic, Cholera and  Diai rhoea remedy is that it cures.  The new king of England is   an , Sold by tho Moyio Drug <fc Statio-!  ardent lover of tho poetry of Ten-   nery Co.  nyson and   sometimes   smokes   a' ���=^====��_=====rt__  pipe over a copy of the   early   ly- !  rics of Swinburne. I THE  WAIVE  .Movie  Leave Orders at  Gwynru-'s Store.  Uritihh Co.umbia  T. 1. M>.Vi'ih-,C.!:,1' L _. U. \-    I'u-1.it, C  McVITTIE & PABKER  I-'uovixcial La.vd Sunvii^i.vr:  iKAJI.WAY   *   JIIMXd     K.VGIMJtUIMC  <���   Estimates Furnished.  OFFICE'S  Fort Steelo I'. O. Box 25.  Cianbrook F. O.Box 1J.  _5- .ana lib.  'I;ot and Ihree-rooin house on'/TaVistock street, 5:  -    House and lot'on, south Tavistock street, S4t;.  IS A'BARGAIN, o,.     ' ���*_-_."  Two lots anch two-room' house, 'near depot. ?6fA  A pne-third interest iu   a  Ijeatitifully .���.iwnl-.-d'  land ou west'side of Moyie lake, $1.50U.  C6  emen  i  .     r_!k up 'he Dominion Day Jfl^ JollIISOn'S C'dTm  celebration.  A��� c,,i,���  s,v   ,', ,.   - V\'l���.n Jolnw,,, dim!,,,   into   t,H. .  .-i. c.vcuai.g. .viv-, mat lv.o lU11K oi1 jll!y L it wiI, be R (U,je)    r^=.:___^^L  Ice Cream Parlor  NOW OPEN  If you want anything in the  line of.clothing or men's   fur-  trv  liliY   VOUH  Cigars  Tobaccos  Fruit and  Confectionery  OX  FROM  m-jlnngs  1/    V. II'imh', 1-rop.  C. A. F0  THE TAILOR  de  A. B. Stewart  I moyie iseer  ^  rallouo do not make  a  .sum- :e,lC ���Jonnson   ft-on:   thu  Htrapping  ew swallows or;"0B'-�� boy who beat hi- way into,  [f.v. arena in 1 lisco a lew yeais n^o '  to-see Jeflrios fight ltuhlin. The  coon , must be ''given credit for  Hgliting;his way up the pugilistic  ladder." lie is.wealthy"and owns  two automobiles and has a lot of  good property in Cliicag'o, and  just to think- that not so many  years ago lie couldn't raise enough I  ,,f ,1,, ,������,���          ,-,,..       .    j money to buy a glass of beer!   '      i  oi tlte west   and   will   join   mi ��������� -r- '"���'. I  mer,   but    ���   r  Seattle booze   ni.di:es, all   sea-  ���sons look  alike. "''  Every loyal citizen of. the  Dominion ;will bury, tlie political hatchet on the occasion  of Sir Wilfrid 'Laurier's   tour  Thos. Summers  Cigav-,   Candy,       Fnu_   and  Confectionery.  TOYS,, -nCTIOXS   FTC.  South   Victoria   St.  '"Canada's   Grand  Tlie .Premier will  welcoming  ���Old.Man.''  ���'jpeaK   in   Aelso'n'.ou  Atii/tist  31 and wili,   it   is   practically  certain.,'include Cnuibrook ���' in  his itiik-rary. .   All  of the  west   arc -ar  tlie  '.':.ii''-iiT/   t��  If you arc not fiitisGed after  using two-thirds of a bottle of  Chaiiiberlain'.H .Stomach and Liver  Tablets, accordingj to directions,  you can have your money back.  Tim tablets cleanse and invigorate  tho .stomach, improve- the dige.s-  citiesi tii-"1' t'^'dato the bowels. Give  them a trial and get well.        Sold  i,  -'I,'  cr min a rece'Hidn  Ttlr  .by thy Moyie  t.'o.  ^   .St  ationei'}';  Traok Marks  -OPVfiiciH rr; ���c.  An7ono UBiKllnfr n sltc.lch nnrl (lNcrl;-i.l<ir. i-n;-.  Illliildy lUHTrlniii our op.nio'ii fn'o ivlir-ll,r-i ni-  Inviuilinri l�� ;,|-i,bfi!.ly imt��nl,:iMo. ('onimni.ii-.-t  tiim��mrlctlywmuioiiiliil. lin'.IDBOOIt <>" !'��ii-nto  Blini. lion. Olfli'.n nwiicy fur flOfiunnif patoii.'H.  I'Hioiiis Lniiou ihr��ui.-li IMuiiu ft Co. rucolvo  tpcHdnollo; wliliuut chnruo, iu Uio "  $cie!i(sf ic Jf tnericM.'  A hlinflsomdls* tUtictraicfl -trpfkly. Lfi-f^r.t v'r<  <nil:ul'��ii t.t any f-dcnfiii-! jimrnji]. Tcrin** tur  ���j'ftitiiil.'i, ?'j.7r, ;i ycur, pohLah'u ;m.'i.;iia. '.sui.i i,y  flit :itnvM(luah:r��. '  MUNH & Co.36,8road^- New York  ���We carry in .stock thei>oods  to  make    an    ti]>to-date   suit  made in  town,  or  we can get  you    a    special t ordered   suit  made to your measure.       We  have reacH'-to-wear "Campbell's  clothing, -the  best 'made   and  fitting clothing in Canada. '  AUhdcrwear,  shirts;   collars,  ties, belts,  summer   hats  and  nearly everything in  the   line  of  furuish-iugs.dat   reasonable  prices. A  Alloiir goods and v/ork guaranteed. Cleaning, pressing and  repairing, done.  .eatra  TNh���  I  HCSAULNIKK     I'.JIOH,    r.iim.  Liir^e Hiimplo room in conned ion  with Iioupc for commercial men. JJC3t  ofaiccimmodation.  -.'��� Headquarters'lor,  Com- .  ������merciiil and MiningArcn.  Qukens AVE-.- AMCYIF.'B, (A  'A��. made by the present brewer i- nihuitti'1  licst J'.cei in Fast Kootenay.    With the HH  |j  ,'cind tho Forest Spring "Water it ii niiO-i'dl"'  hnality.    Insist on having Moyie Hi,'-'r.  BOTTLED AND DKAFT MKK'1  MUELLER & HESSE,   PROPS.  'IVI'OT1313':'3'  in WHJ-i'^zagssCTPfZBg aaageauuMJmaaaaaam  SEND YOUR    WOltk    TO   juk  KOOTENAY  STEAM  LAUNDRY.  NFLSON"  All White Labor.  I  .        ____4. . _ _ . ( ^ . .  "moyie h  P. K. JOHNSTON, Prop-  d     This   hotel   is   new   and   Well i-furiiisl'"1-_    '  tables are supplied with the best the market ;' {h  The bar, is filled with the   best   brands  .<->  ' liqi^i  Loaye. work vvith the    local agent!'  A, B, 5TEWA3E.T  and cigars. ' .(���'.'.���  A Headquartersfo'"       ..  COMMERCIAL  AND MINING Mti  ;li CblMn  MOYIE,  Bri tl:  ibis  ���e��<_ Q&��M9i^<��<w��&*w3&8��*&��9m&aw>&etlti09'l'S  !*�����"] Judife
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•' 'ic
r to,
fcV1* *Jf^t
' 'Jfc'Mi
at tha l)ottoin of the river,
iv   t
bodv and nol oili bothered them
lit k|
I 01V tlie Germans are loarnIug~thlnss     After,
baling stnu'd at home for 11 thousand yeirs
thoj aro going ubroid mid planting thomsol.es
hero and there on tlie face of llie globe mid
acquiring many la'Ung wajs from the lingllsh.p
" -whoie ways in foreign lauds, are _\tr<jwl} taking
Tho Germans take a piece of gr6nnd jn chilli anil
■fty the unwritten law It 13 nlvajs tosi squmc mills
Then  they  tal:c 3 neutral -zona of ten   squire  mill",
more, thus faithful'., eopvlng uu. nngiish   The noiiinil
7011c Insensibly eiolves itself Into a irrgo and hide!!-'
nlto  section of dpbtttible t.ind; ivlietner it be C. 1-
rnan or Chinese nobody knows, nor does anjbod} seem
liariieulflrly interested e.\cept the IJusllih
•Something of this soil h ipp( lied In the neighborhood
of Oliao-Chau, the Girman nni a' ttafclon On the Yellow
3ther. About thirty miles up tho Yel'cni Ith-or is a
l>Uee of Itr.id running out Into llie .ivcr, and It i->
railed "stickup Point Nothing, howc-veif Ftleks up t
Ihi'ie, find the point Itself is nothing but a "pit ord.md
(runnii'g Into thy rher On (',0 light of it Is a deep
bay, or ra.tl.er bight, euivitig Into the mud, and theie
Is 11 big liar, rock, at, the iuher curve, of the bight which
ihnws at low,valor, but a** it l^ in nobodi's wnj and
ratlin s'/'ives1 as a eoniori'loiKe it lies theie, calm and
UBdlslurbAd     . >
H>jwcver. once upon a time a Chinese ,unlc, towing a
long line of rafts luuled with bilck and Cement, lost "
Its toi\ o£f Kilc,Uup Point, and the r-.fts up>or. dumping all tbe brklts and cement into tbe rlvei    The cur-'
rent "ni'w,'_UuriBr  theie arid  the  water "was  nc/ub
tweiili-lhc feet deep witIsin inl? a ealile's length of
low lying ftllckiip Pdlnt   The biicUs and cement, however, made the water &hoal nbnit se^ en feet at tint
particular  point.  wnKli nobodj   minded at n'lfl  The
raits" loads wore rieant for use at Cbno-Cbnu. ub-io
the  Genririns  are  fortified,  and  as  thej-  were   In  a
great Imtiy to dot tho wiflc they merely sent alter'
new biK'lrs and oeinint and let the 1 lfts-' lo.ids remat.i
where they bothcied no-
" <,Ono   dav,   howeier    IT.   M    Seahorse,   third   chiis
rruNer, Commaiirlci li. II. V. ITjde comninndlnc  was
lonflug atKju'4 ihe Yellow nt\er not far troni Chao-
>    C'lnii—tht ic are alw lvs Utitisli cru'sers loafing 111 that
,    -neighborhood.   Comminder IJydc s-,w something go-
_  ing 1,11.111 SMcUiip I'olnt.   A \oung German na\ai ofli-
* lj    1       *
cci; l.ieutenaiit Count von Sticiiilh \J. wilh a coupln of
^assistants. was,(takli.g measurements and soundings.
The Pe.ihui.se,, immediately sent a lio-it asliore *^o Ijuv
■vegetables, and tlie ollker in niitrge 6f the boit was
not a midshlpir.nn i as might ha\e teen expected     Tt
was'T.ieuteiiaut I.angtou. e\ecuthe oflflfer of the Sea-
]ior<:p.   It look a long.n)ong time to buy some potatoes
and   canofs,  of -which  the  Seahoise   llready  had  n.
Mip'-itluln    bur I/ington took *inc-k wbli lilai a com-
modlty besides potato     and carrots   This commodity
1, •       m 1 i,'a ini<» inntlo'i
"The beg-rnrs are jte bnl'd 1 lightlur.ioe there." re-
.jioi ted r.anglon to H\de tn'ttie eihln of the Seanorse.
"Tlie\ si_\ ii K in tV- ri'Utia! /oih- iml lhat 11 U^ht-
'fiouse there would ho a pnblic -iti'It-, "' '
" V fleri^in unlit v Miuiiiein' lepHedll^de, '"Xett
flung theie will be a firmi'in fi'|i r\ o-»tal)Hslind then-,
then a foicc to piilitt the fictci.-\ and In a couptj
ol \"irs i Ci'i'.in colon.      111 11 wont do"
* How fin Mm lulu b-'"   "Ke.I I.iiigton
"" "\e\er mliid   im  brr,   ' daikli ,ms«,'i"(I llitlc.
"The   otli<er"   I ipgtou   lesumid    'who   his   been
m-'Mng tho soundings and me.i'-un meiits Is Von
Sii, ndlul. a cmh heuled fellow with .1 beard—looks
ITke I.ohengrla in the open 1 Ui.ew him well it
ICio' list 3ear I was do id gone on one ot the d uigh
tovs of the Amerlcin Admlitl and Von btieadhal wis
dr id gone on tho other His some brain'--, Von StU nd
I1.1l Goes back to Ohao Chau to nigin.—won't icturn
for a week "
"Gloo, glorv, glor.i'" cried Ilule, slapping Lang-
ton on the bick ,
ImimdlulelN tho Seahorse steamed down the rher
tow,nd Wei hit wei, appuenfh taking no further i 1-
teiest In the lighthouse on Sti< Imp Toint
Xow, the Realioise w hl< h w.'s of about thiee thousand tons was-one of a rouplu of freak nu'sers huili;
by the AdmlmlU to piclf\ one of the Admit ilti
Lords, who thought bq knew something about ships.
Iter lister ship hid in en made o\ ei Into sonic thing
practical, but (be Seihois" HM'inlned as she w is lo
woirj pierj thing tint c line neir he 1 or to whom she
came neai " She bad *m umisii ilh high shirp henlh
armoied bow. iciy wicked looking nnd with iearfnl
possibilities of rammi'ig Iu addition to this theie w is
a superstition thi't 111 tinning sin> dostuhed 1 tire lithe arc or w likh was about in e tiun s hci ow n length,
also, tha."- she wabblid b«ll\ in tiiinlng md seemed
looking S'or trouble all the tinie with lie 1 kiulellke
bow This was enough to 111 ike- liei \oi\ anpopul ir
is 1th her slsu 1 snips nul liimle'd as ),u as posslliti' 10
inimoeiines I Ikew No hei eoiiiin uidei i" is nlw.ixs
_ iunlor, as lhe men who t c/iilcl do better would not
take the -siashoie .11 ii'H pt let-
Alt these clrcunist lines were pilnfullv 1 envied to
Iljde ami his olbsei-. Tint ifteinoou w he .1 ni nlig
W'el hnl wel the\ nut the b'g Mi 1 unp.'s whicli boie
the broail peinmirt of a Vlfe \il 1111 tl md w is go'ng
out le>r lull priclhe The ^iihoise «.*giiiilled Hint
lier comm.'indii i\lslml to *-|ip k with Viee '.dnilili
Hiiboid md when llie Miswuln^, s|(-n il ( line b.u K
and the Stalioisn st< ii-uil iii.iui lhe 1 ipt tin of the
big ciulsir. st iiiiliin. oi the In id :i now lnl tliiutigh
tin- inegiplione im> l.il'uwli   , hisulilii- leii'iiU —
"lion t gi t too i lose to nie with th it el mi.ad ci ul
of jours 1 don't w mt a 1> >le slim i'i 1111 . is } ou dl t
In die Hoi }.•.■•
The unkind illusl m u-fiin'l to 1 nonpslii;. w hii h
liiiuioi mud like 1 liuMid ami v\liiih "is pi 1 pi 1-
u iJJ\ getting in lhe w i\ ol <iih 1 shl.is Mielnd wl*h
app'iiint dillbei iiioii md U 1. th ui_lii. Im upi d In'o
the Seihoise ill lie ig Km . 1M1I 1111I11 11 inn ilh the
S.-iihoir-v;   dv-t..i,d,a   K-.ls.lt    With   111 I    ll. .1,!. . .1 "d   hull-.1
ltdbout three-font deei'i in the lio'ngl.v.-Mo-wevw. as. the
"Mel'aihpa.s 'hud, nn n'niinr .belt ot t-hllled steel soine-
thlAg like nine IViclies In thickness, the Seahorse might
Inivo pecked nt/her unlil the day of Judgment without
milking Uu-slightest. inipri'SsioiiA,      .      -    .   .
Hvde. mindful Mint  lie .was addressing .n ,ling captain and thaAViee -Admiral Harhiii-d was ir. the.Melani-
and   listening  to every  word,  gave  buck  the soft
.t sinisf -md  I'  1,-inis milII
Gcr.i, i-is  all   the   lime   w li 1
In Ir thej Ih'ht a Ilgi't
tl n light, 'ind time f.ie
tt .'tl tint  Hgbt "
rinb- let mid Ids self po-si ss on. bur Ins heir/
desoendeil info hU boot-. His I ih,»i of U,\ e n getllng
tlie obstiiK tion 10 mn ,_'itiou out of ihe- w n it sink-
up Point Im' luen m i .1111 t'h 11 g r.i and the bile--
]>retei bowed tlKiesihts olT tin ,h p -njth imu Ii ,eie-
moiu, b'i<- left sonowful hearts In If de a-id r.nigion
and eiersboA m the Sealuasi, intlui'Ing tlie < 01,151,
in the gl!)ey '
r.angton, b<-i\r-itr in the (-o-m-f, „f m ]i,,nr r,| rw.i
reeoveied hi- ..phits aid, gojrg down nni, tlie cal'ii.
had 1 pih ite ro'jiirsHJon with Hide so prn ite tlii-
tlie J i|i ii.esc bov w!io was a sp, and v ho hid made
11 hole bet w em H'S jnihri net I'i' tablii. (oiild nor
undi island a woid Hut Il.ih-S s Ui<rs >-«i»»ed npld-
|v as tlie ste.ilj.nte t >ok l,er 11 av r'ovn the Ther .ibonj
ywentj uillcs'tii a nat.ie limp with 1 .umi i:uiop, n
-nlony engaged in" the inipoil ot agricultural iuiiiie-
trients 1.11J siip/yt iron, 1
The mnnairer of the wrpmouse, .AreOnnrlglr. wis a,
■subject nf King l.'dwnrd \ IU, hniiug been lime i.ud
re irwl in (he r-ifi pC Glasgow-, wIiKhAie rilled 'Glis-
gle " II\de, wiMi Mi.gton. went nslioie.«Ii was 1 'lot"
,TuIv day and the little bare oillte of tin- big vik-
housp -vmis like an 01 en,
Thrlr (-('nferenco w is Uf\fl. or raMiei ITule. In a
dulcit lolee gi\e certain dlsgnlsid md.-'s 'n All Mp-
(.unnigle ,ITjde wis tiilitj-two ion, o'd. but his
lie'iidh'ss faee made blm Utoic like n bo\ of twenn-
tv o. MeGHiinlglo. a tall, law bot.pd Smtdimiin wlin
a regnlu- kil' uisrt ace ont. llsteiu-d meekli. .\t lee
c,nd of this confabulation, it,being still ea-Iy In the
atteiuoon, the Seahoi-sp after her ..abbh ftsli'on
made for 1 small piei .ittnched To the warehouse 'ipon
iilncb lhe sheet iron and ngilenltui ii ImpIernenN weie'
unleaded Iminediiteh an lmpim ispii tear of nnn<
was stietched over the bow of the Mnp -md pir't of
tho piei nid Inside this tent went on some queer dork
mid work V track ^lo id or [,U>ugli~.i, ires -md ise
holies wis dumped on the pier and the engine run n
foice of the Seihorse. Iijcieased la 1 g-iif, hr hndv
vmen proceeded to secure onto tbe bow of the'Si lliorsp
j loughshaies and ,iw helns at e\en  pol-it
IrK a dlflleulr thing for ar am irenr 10 fisfr n things'
I   ng,
•\ho ud      J 1
ot'u r  mis
\    I r   w 1- ,
■*• 1 n    w "s   I 1   r',f    I ,n 1/  ,     i,
'h -•      n 1   I    Wis     II      f It  III ll 1
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l-d   f
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ill     ll|)UII    ,i lll| I
11 -i   s."e nil el
I   1  df    1
ii" 11  Iiiiii-
1  'i>i"I ii'  '
I ll' ll     .1   Is
• lid.
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M     1 '1   U     I  -- l^ji'ii
1110 M' ^   \oa   I |v
>w   Ten
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-r <f    f,   11 ,1    |.ls   f "I    "i I
bill „l  !<'   Ills   ll |.  ,|    TO    III      1 ,
no ' m    l, 1]  'ion 1 d  -•i.'ll.
'1    1111    I lell.i 'I ll(|   ( ■ imr
"1 f tin   1111)11 1 al < e- n- ui  \
• Clad in -(     -  ui        11,    r
\ 1 11  ,k-t ( ndh i"s  h i' d        In
11   -   it,, Im '      J11  1 •  ■   11 r '<   '' . , ,
l'ei)'ii in- < , e.- t i'i ^ib'idbii hninr 1
t ui1' rib '' .it t> r '"M'" mr 1 nn nib' 1 ,n d
w .1 I 1st oni it 1 « 1 ii - (f ('. 11 1 in !! en,' ,nd ,- '. r
\ iiisrlon i|u«ii, w.i't in I" nu i'i the-I le.-i ll
'•)e nw'iile .. (Iiisiik u-l iiiaM , _' 1 1. g I nwi i>
t' i  11^'ith in-e      e
'Ilon'r 1 v hi""i i)w t'i« K Ni-- In,1 it k'p|
i"lilli't 1 jol'i »ime we li 1 I -i'i'i r,'i •Mm 1 nn 11
'HI j'!i is ,.ur If'fii1 f'l" d in.'T'is r,i tin nni 11 11 >i
,' \dnni I*- Votlib " Ml.e ion 'I )iei line b«fli _•< z
in irt i( I since 11 i II, \' \\ is pi 1 111 il is' v 'n.s'aess for
M film ll is ,..,.,i| ,|N fill- |/l ^ii liobli'ri.' 1 ,-,( tin .1'
lloiiiiiv-llpi'riiini c hut we don t iiiita! il mgei 11 Ii 'i
we  lie in ln« I'. » 11 p Mfe " ' >
\ 111 .-sMi'i'il'i it h id In 1 n p ir^'i'l 1  d i-« d 'w  rlie p mi
Inisp. iu is ■ r I\n I   'nil 'he d iiu-iiio-s 1 j  ile   ye, r|' if
.Villi '!   nut  v ben I; i iMie 10 liijibiir i'n   ii^'utii.ux
rriimliid  nd   , rinipVnl oil Mmps ti.uibb i* '•)' lhe !lo  1 '
A mil  t'i<   pfipi ti i(<ir« of thu ontr u 1 tf', ibn' ig to b"
heiii.Mifi  nii'i.  ltiwns nuo" lli.m h" t-oii'd si inl   lie
11 plied' aftei 11 11 oineiii s letle. Tion   s ,i-i« n ,l)i- —
"Po ' ni ii"*- LuAtyLLLS-liioktiil!- 011 uu.r s1,, p.
"'O'i   h"     I IniT's ei ikP   e liiie I.Jed 1,11 »ti-n  * Pit Imp
to nil lint to the Pirst  I,',ril of the   ii'imi -'f-v     \!/h
o|d 'iu„ be Is and fond of ,t loke   i'\o |u i'„,nt;,- en one
til Ilbi Ma,iest.'s < misers     I|,i' 1,0'
,    'I  fudged  so.-   lepliKl  \on  stlein'li il  l,li'id,i. "Uv
the m ifi.it't   111  win. h rhe cruispi   11 1- st, 1 io| '•
- ' 1 I'lLlon ll id no iil.T-e time foi 11, m 1 , u loe -In r    ','1
ntli.'iMiOit   li mil   the   *senlioi-e   wis   ,nu.   ni u jsidcr ,
w lib in i'i ei h ii\si r nisi) v b'b h ill  11I.1/1     ',*_• 'un,    A
_ sin ll 1- w it. ker- ijsi« nmr'ue tiot nie rsf nni  ibond
ii'P ot  1111      TlicMlli-iKviiiiincil 'i'Imi,   pi    lull"
'   i
,,,,,, ,,    ,       ,    ,   „        ,  -      ,4     -      "iibnnigid ,i"il>. iniliii  1I1 ut li i|(.in 11 nn  fie Hir'ir
iilledstc-elseierillnohe^tlj! k 'In.r the/n tl'uers    bou.e ap|.e 11, d to hue I ,l,| r'nwii > .1 |.»   u .n-r r.11  .1-
11 ip    md' to  lire  been  (night  l-i   1  i,i,,'ir,   web nf
ship are ch'ier  iiifi ,ind  li 11 '  m-iirb 11
The Cruiser's Ugly Bow Stack tlie lighthouse, a. Staggering Bio a  Full Amidships
Ilrcle's-business, howcici. was with th" Aduilral.
and ho was presently spatfd it the cabin tible The
"Uolanip-is had no quirter- for an Adinii il. -md the
consequence wis thu f'nptil'i I.oid Pdimiiid Kerr
h 'd to tike tlie executiie othce1 s room while the
Admiral cooIH possessed lu.'iself oT the tapt ill''-'
qu irlers
'What is doing up the rli cr''-' asked '..iniiial Harbin ci
'• ^ new- lighthouse Is to be'built ■'•■ Sllckup Point."
answered Hide       I w is there two daii. "go"
"\\ hit'" blwled tbe   ulnilia!
Hide siiMieh  lepeited Ills ip-rark
Theie  Is   ilwiis something   nrrcf nb'o In b'ing  the
beatei   of  important   I u'01 mat Ion.  *-en  ii  It   be   un-
jileisnit, and  Hide re„li7ed rhK
"llullt bj   the Geirn-ins" be ^aiil   " i-lde of a fortnight     I w is up tin 11  two w i eks Hgo . - ,1 he ml that
1   big  suing of  ruts  lowpd   bj    1   a i'{e e Ju.ik  and
lo'ded  with bileUs aud cement li id uot u,i that  fir
ind   hid  e.ipsl/cd,  and   tlie   bricks   -o d ctenicnr   hue'
gone down 111 twontj-tiie feet  ot   wile'   right it   the
end of the point.. It nrikes  1 pietti  good foundation
foi  1 lighthouse, nnd the l.erni 'tis aie qiiletli  miki ig
suneis Willi a liew to putting up i light  out of pu-t.
phll uithropv.    No jocks   no eddies   good s md}   bot-(
loin and eighteen feet of w iter  it low   tide '
'Of couise     snorted the .Vdinli.it
'It has o'cur.ed  t«  me" ineekh  slid Iljde. "tint
there  mlglit   be some  nl 11 uitliiupi   01  0111   s|<u>    too
So I came do\ 11 to lisk nun  peimissiou  to blow   up
tint  pile of  lu'eks  and niinit.  will h  I  consider a
d mgei to n-ii Union  behvonli elglile -n feel of. w -iter
oiei   U  at low   w irei    as [   men turned     It might  bo
diuigei.nis to th" nitue nmks  md iitts"
Por niisiier 1 lie Admiral in unde'iioiistrith e mm,
lei nod .hi oss the t ible aad c night Iljde's hinds In
his   md shook It w 11 mil
'Ceit.'inli " he said •011I1 eighteen feet of inter
01 ei tint obsttiKtlou to niiiigilion on Silckup I'olnr,
i". icm s iv It was biidh nevessni foi 1011 to come
and isle ponnlssjon for tint How long will it take
j mi to get up theie  md do the iiml '"
"About twoehijs,"   uiswend  Hide'     •'Wlien I was
theie   dai   ln'Joie .icste-idiii   tlie lb 1 ni'ins weie h lining miteilils lor the lighthouse     Tluj   clilined rh.it
it would be a meie tempoiui   nlfal,   but the (.ennau
occup itlnti Isn't deslgmd to he tenipoi 11} "
" Vie tin le n 111  e.i una lis about theie ' '
"Sol iipenli   but lliei  time ii wai  of appeirtng In
dron     when j mi least 1 \pei t to see them     I under
st ind th ir tin- sniiejs and pi ins Ind oeen made and
the  liinus (iigigcel  to bilng up the slull  fiou. Chao-
'lhe   Vdmlinl took out Ills w itell and iciokrd :.t it.
• 1 in't ask joii in st ii to imu lieon " he said,  'tin re
Isn t   m\   time to lose   in  in ei 1 mil ol himianlti, such
is 1011 -n   engi_ed upon     Go up time and blow  the
bolioin out nl ihe1 rln-i il 1011 t in
1 ( 111 blow 1 big holi In lhe bottom now " -aid
Hide Using M ij I ask it ion line ill} fin I lit r In-
hillll tlo-is    '
'   1 ,'s1'
it r k
ai-iewvr w'-hieh is said lo 1 urn away wr.iili..  His reply,
likewise bellowed 'through ii megaphone, was tills:—
"All right; I am not coming any closer." ;,
His re 11111 i-U uiae'.e 10-.''anigton  was. lolally uuprltit-
Melanipas' couiniaudi-r. who
i-I Kerr and the younger son
li-Iuiik.liend-Ali -'nervinis litte.'
an Admiral in take care of
i<!ior.--e's-laiinclt had crossed
'tlio narrow slrlp of muddy and turbulent water between ihe little cruiser and the big "He. im(l lytic
.(.lumbered .aboard the "Mclainpiis. He greeted llie
captain with alTabillly and got a cool gn-etiiig hi ie-
j'iy. The Seahorse was still a U'iile too near the
-iJoIunnms, so her co.imnauder thought. ■
nbte. In at lie e'al.lcd the
was Cii|itiiiti Lord iabiiii
of « idnke', a nincompoop,
"Miss Nancy, who needed
tiim. ite,. i^'C. Ac.
In "a short while the Si
lid the Vdu I il. sel/ing 1 pen and dishing
oil 1 line upon 1 slu i t nl p ipt 1, si aim,' <i]dn ssmg h.
and banding 11 in lii.h-. ' v/j<eu tins n !,,.->> ... ,.,,ir lecu-
oiiing shows that' you are 'live-, miles froin Stickup
PoliiV."  •'    -    ': ''',■'   '.'■'-,' '-,,-..'■
Hyde put. -tils sealed ' Iiislrucfious ; In his. breast
pne-ket. made his nbetsance.s to .1 lie-Admiral and'went
out oil dock! IMlic'i's were ytaudiug ai'ouad. but Cap-'
■lain Lord Kdmund Kerr .still, like- Iloraiius. held the
bridge, and. uiegapluuA In liand. ' waurhe'd the Seahorse as she bobbed and swayed abour. in .the. siylfl
running current Iii ■ lli.e-.hrigii'l'light" of llie sumiiier
lnoriu'ug. "■'.•''
There was no doubt a limit if. the Seahorse appeared
to lie a ..perverse craft, and In' turning '.seemed uncertain for a while which way she -.would come around.
She finally concluded-lo turn In a way which, brought
her. .unpleasant', looking bow-about 'fifty yards nearer.,
the Melanipas, which -sheered off as a hippopotamus
shies away from an alligator. Finally.' however, lhe
Seahorse, having made up her mind which Way she
wished to go, accomplished It and went trolling up
the river at a good gait.
. . The ncxl: inoriiing-out one. at. daylight, found the
Seahorse neari'.ig Stli-kup Point. Pivos .miles from
it! Hyde opened his sealed orders. They read as follows:—
"Do as 1011 dinin please •    . v
T'nev were sinned In ihw ofiiciii form b
Ilnhoid. Vice   Vd-r'r-.I. coinmiii ding
'These nie th" r.rdc * I like." chuckled Hj'de. showing them- to Lme-reii   who was Just twent\-sK leais
'   old
' \nd I hope." sn'd *'.iit 1 ontig executive olker. "jou
will ghe me the '.".up kind of histi'ie-tnrns "
'>>oi n bit of It ' ih'swp'cJ Hide stuaK "i don't
belli ic In Oiirrusti^g junior oilieers with duties bejond
their jeirs "
Soi-n Hiev i T-.e v thin > ghr of the low Ii Ins StlrU.-
up Point Nothing was spel ,nt' tin Th" huts of the
nith es were hudd'ed together on the liler!i ground,
which like tlie low wi<- .ubjeet to 01 ei tlow attunes
Now, how ei ei tl'E spi ing t'des h id ah it( d leni ing behind the rich illinium, which means a goed bin est to
rhe.tireless woi ^eis a rich tiniest ni Chlni means
that nohodi stnries tnough mini go hungri There
was not a forelgnt-i in sight hat the.e was something
quite as mt"iestirig 10 be seen Pn oft up tlie rn er a
stro-g gliss showed 1 long stilng of 11 itiip junks ind
1 lUs ulth nulic o.iismen coming <slowlr dow'.i The
men were singing clieerfnlh. ind tiieh slirlll clioius.
lioine on the moinmg w li d, floated fir in ndi ance of
Tlie loner tow w is not heided hi a puffins German
mum h is it might hue beei, but Hide's strong eies.
with a srions gl iss, dlsceined ujion eieij ritt two or
tmec men in rhe unitorm of occ'dentil siliors jV
glim suspicion 11 ished into Hide's mind That greit
toil nieiiit mitiiiil ioi rhe lighthouse ITe was con-
i iuced ot tins when In s-pitc of the wind 'md tide
beli'g hi theh f 1101. the tow stopped about a mile up
tlie riiei without in ippareut lensoa, unless It was
llie pi est me of the soaii0]se
Mcinwhlle the fen horse cunc ten'ng up at full
•sliced, md in* the lime she was -nielioied two of hi r
boats weic out and hoveling mj stei lousli 01 er the
«prt 11 here file hid deposited the beginning of a
found itioii t'oi a I ghthouse L-ington was in the titst
boit and li lie .111 horn's quick woik did the business.
One bout went isiioie nnd luuled a do/en snllois who
scatteieel In all dliectlons gning w ui'ing to the n,.-
tli ^s, lu,t to ippi o u li w Ithm t ei rt lln ladius of Stick-
up P ill.t The boit with its coniinnioiis srnttled back
to the Seihoise. w tilth turned and went down the
ilier 1 mile Tin n at tlie tiling ot a gun these was
a snddi 11 eh ep rumb.Ing ind tlie bottom of the ilier at
Stlikrp Point snddenh lose In the air V gieat column of watei shone like a pillar ot tloinl In the dai.
holered for a mou'ont then lell nuk Into the 1 h 1 r,
11 lilcli went pi itldli on Its \\,ij as It nothing h id hap-
p, ned
As a inattei of fact. 11 here tlieie hid Ik en eighteen
fut of wiitei flu re was now a hole about foitj feet
deep anil luieks and cement weie gone
Then tlie Siatio'se's bluojukel- on shore swung
ilo'ig to a polat lidf a mile down the sliuie, wheie
the! iiere t iki 11 iboiid tlie Ilule tiulsLt, who the 1
tuinid hi 1  lids., downslie 1111
In il,e 1 ibln Hide iu (lie t\nbei nice of his feelings,
hugged I  I'lgloii w 11111I1
' \\ t li in dune tt 1 ' in." 1 i led L iiij.ton meii.higth'
Gcini.iu.    i Iu nu' ui   1 lig'iihiiiisi
"I ITojie so,"-said Hyde, "but 1 think they .will bear
watching. In my orders, don't you see 1 can do ns 1
damned please,' and. 1 please to go off, for a week or;
two'aiiiji make those German beggars think we have
gone to" Ciiefoo, and then.we will come, back and see'
what the .scoundrels--are up ' to." : ,
Hyde .was lis good as- his ..word, and tlie Seahorse
melted Into the .hoi'iv.on and was . seen, no more for '
eleven days. At the end of nine elays news hadcoine
fi'o.iu.'S.liekiip I'olnr. , A -natlyi.' liniglstrate, 'Chang Pu
by name, who loved to embroil' the, llritisli ami the'
Germans, made a journey.fifteen nilles down. the.river
aiiel went aboard the Seahorse, bringing wit.li I1I111 an
Interpreter.    Ills news was iis-'follows":—
"Tlie (Jermims did not mind- the hole In the river.
The}' weiit into the bight,of the bay. where there Is a'
Mat rock close io the shore,' and made square boxes of
wood and Iron, which the.v tilled full of cement and
laid 011 the rock. Then the.v put a brick wall and
more cemenl around it and made a square place above
wafer as solid as the rock-, aad this they did,'III six
da.vs, working day and night. They had timbers on
tlie ground and ihey put up a house, tlie boards fast-
-ne/l  iciih   'i*',n  "i" «    s,„i  U||  iriu<* ut  iliu  ion   and
undo her draw .1 foot moitj w itm Nei ei tlieless she
could sfill'do seientei'ii knots n 11 luindih pull'iilii-
h as liei bunkers cimed the ici-i In st grade of free
burning coil, and under fenced di.night slut could do
somi thing moie rli 111 spi enreeii knots
Wlien sliq iias f nnllv settled and heided up th»
iner Hide happj and peisplimg on the bridge, siid
to Langtcin .— ( , "
"We 11 divlt or burst "
This was Hide's ulaptition of a word he'hid
fieqnenth heard usefi i,v his1 rriend'Ilalki rt. of,the
United Stares .Vnj. the couect pioniricialion. htiv,-
cier. being ' bust " t
It was earli hi the mornl ig ,whpn the Stalioisvi begin Iiol pilgiimage back .to Stukep Point, iliut--
miles u{> tho u\er Ttiere d'd^not seen ro b" ifi- nir-''
tlcnl ir occ isiou for racing, but sho stntid otf t a
good clip ind ste Kill v imieas, d u. I'd rt en mile*
beton Stickup Point tho eucnies begin to I'm 1 met
tho Sim hoi se i.ieed 'held is it hei in 11 'md exceed-
J.'gii (ho'ueli how and-*-: e lonl of s-ci ip lion ift were
«i nijiii an s'ups loop.! slip wis using the fne
Infinlng co (I, w hii h McCn" i.i , lie c-liiei "ngb-eei ii-
gnided hi the light of geld I'd di mionds md w is
shoi oiling It Into 'lie stoke hoi - as t :t w ere .1 Lune'le
of old neii spiiipis ^
Hide Iil.nself. In w.11 of e-ice.'. lgbig the pnglre
room for e, went ii.ro rue Infeino ot the sld,, r iMng
tlie pipt-niition (f fust lemoiiiig ills blouse tro'isti,
and slioes 'lhe u'e n were wiiMng m tifrecn ii'iiiiite
shifts .md tne s.irucnn was on hind ah ing tliein milk
■mil liri-uli is tliei cime out of (he engui" '00111
Hide, taking 1 si>oi el did stokers woik fot t'ni minutes, the siicut pouring o'l him In streams The
stokets gimii men who siwl o ll'tle aad nor'ed like
demons gneliln 1 lousing eliee 1 tint r i"g nboi e th •
tierce throbbing and sobldng and gioin'ng of tile en-
^in(s i-d the wild wh'rll'ig of the s rew
Wlien Hide came out of the engine room irtei t iking Ills dose of milk md bnnili he looked as If he
hid been In swimming aid the (lotto: "on i tl hhn 10
imt on some dn clothes 1 his took e\ uth two minutes and Hide asmi, retu.iud to the budge
The Se lhorse Id e -i titles of lite 11 is forsbig
ahead md the low line of the en 1st w is 1 omliii.
neirer hi Jumps. "Vos, there In the pr.iple dusk of
tlie ei enlng shining high 01 er the striggling huts
rlin lined the blglit1 of tlie Im 11 as a light ii 1
squno building stuck out In the stream lbout forty
\-iids The light was not the sclc.ititic ineandes'ei.r
light of midtiii ('ijs, but .1 smil! ste.idi. Iixed llglit.
whicli time f-oin 1 couple ot big keiosene Imps,
tlctasion iil\ a shadow pissed liefoie tlie gl iss i-iel .1
quirtci of 1 mile iway Hide, through a sluing gl iss
disjoined tint these two dark llguies eildentli mho
not e.1 un mien, but Pnropeaiis Tbe Seahoiso wilhenit
sin kening sjieed ruined Into tlie -m ill deep bav As
It hi derision of the kerosene 1 imp., she turned a gre it
■so net.light full up'Mi tlie lighthouse It mule the men
within the g'iss top of the tower suddenli fill pione
on Ihelr faces to cover their c.ve s The Seahorse now
mil iu the little bin, was m ik'ng straight for the
mii ill light
Hide remained on tho bildge while Lington took
the deck mill g 11 l the order —
"Stand Uv to lower the I'luncb"
One of the men li ng ll U on Ills I u-p In tbe ilglit-
hotise wore the unlfoiin of a Geinnn otllcer. He w is
n In ne fellow but 'he br.11 est man is helpless in the
lull gl.ue of a s,. irclillght lie (-Minor open hU. e.ies,
Ioi II he does he would be blinded If le ■ j .jn( il if. -•"•'
b<> could sco nothing, foi rhe fe irfnl and demomic
gl ne of the w liltc llehf blolti d out nil (Ise
U w is lollceteil 'n the night ski, whlih lias crossed
wllh great bus of lleht, dheigtng as If the hem ens
hup at! ime iu a do/cn places lustend ot Hushing
across tlie zenith, is those retlectlons gene' nlj do,
I lu\ temalned li\id. foi (he Si iliorse was In nig a
sti nght ei in se ioi the lighthouse, and the gieit -J 1 -
Ing . ie "t the si iiehbght neiei 1 h inged Its dliet tlmi
'llie 11 It Ill's still lihuliig Iu the lields siopi'id 1
' niliiutei'or ,tw-'6 to. see iv.hat would hivpjieu. ' As the ,
Seahorse came within a lmndreil yurds of tin- light-,
"house "w'ith'out diverging a ''point' tlie people oil''land
ran down to the shore shrieking in advance for 1 lie
catastrophe that was coming. The space, of,a -hundred
yards was swallowed up in a nii'.iute and llie cruiser's
"ugly bow struck' the lighthouse a staggering blow lull
- amidships.   ..   .   '
The foundation of green cement travel way, like a,
cheese!,when the. knife is put into it. and ihe wooden
tower tumbled into the water and Heated like a great
tub. The launch was In the. water almost as .soon as
the lighthouse and steamed for it as fast as she.',con id
run. '...'■ .,    I ■ ■
Two men Within lhe wooden tower hud broken out
the glass sides. Within smoke and- flames were appearing. Tlie, two' lamps were upset and one h,ad
eniight lire. The inrush of water prevented a furl,ait
hla;:!'. but the lire. ivas. creeping .about wherever the
nil Was splashed. The lniine-h. as if prepared for tills1
culiitti-oplie. produced a lire hose which it immediately
began lo play on the lire, Incidentally drenching the
two men. who already were as wet ad u couple, of
•yali-i- "11 Is.
'  simp in   bill  11\"
■led   Vou  "sMP'-dli'fi
h ii e got   lsbore
t'osspss all rhe v It* in  the wild
hid i fi v in.,ins undo Ins ,uih blond h lb lie
1 'omprii l'feppd Hide's Inii-itl'u To ren tin ind
dl.u; I'i IA' ( ibl - '-'"(1 ei en s .!d |'nr lie lyould not >
ttnub'e (emu 'f'ei Hide to wid hi in is|ui" is it
vol Id lie pipnlti c tiiMiipnt fi 1 'dm to go down ro
AV'   h'lwei ,u'd  like He ti.iln link
Tins p'opps.'-lnii w iV lojtulli 'jreppTed bv{,Hid'
ind I 1 Ii ',te iiistiuctlonsc 11 oj 1 sent to tin. < ibln cco'c
t-> spue t',' finesf ('Inni'i r'l it the r'liretl lUMiries in
(lie eibiii |i-iiii would snp-'l- f t ii.steu Also wis
ujis.i,c rt to dm" In the (.linn 'lb. f « t Mm l.uport lot
thi irs wen '.i-i -_ il me while the (onvniidii md Irs
e\rt'itlie ofl, 11 neie eii]oi'ng 1 ten • miw dinin <*
11.1s (.ipi.ilat d ',1 ihi.titt tint ther' wie phnti of
conil-eti-it 11 -ii ■'. woik lepiiulng the sirglir dinige
wliitli the 'iN,. ros('. of rlu sioahoiso ii.nl suffered In
h"i   ("icon rl'i   with  the light house      ^ ,.
As -i m 'ire. of fur lie onli Inlmi "w 's rhe Krct-k-
illg of hi 1   nose   wliu'1  ii is   i'|   nti'iilil  reiniie
"Iw 'dii, sud \ on ^tleiKlli ll tlumgliltiil'i w Inm
the siciid bottle o! (hiirpisne w is opimd Uhi-
j on cnuiil not Moid ihe llghthoiis. 'llu- belit wit
1 ishilo if le isr Inlf .1 mile iw 11 mil w is In fJv mne,-
niosi in 1,. ci  rin   b r
We i'i 1 0.11 be-t npbid ITide e'ruesrh md
t rli (I 10 I ee|> 011, ot , tie b \ but fills ship hi. m>,i-
.I'lsneii d' liei In Im 1111 well md In 1 st(.(,pi_' gi 1-
i-ot i oinpii k '\ ,i,it 01 ci dn hisrAwo I umbo! iinlsr
hell lew 1 imini d tl.i li-hl house W e nv nr In eh'e
if 1 w'de '(irh but rh'M ,s i I.Ind of i'i [11 11 It 1 Fn
mmlniire things soneiinns md a shlii 1 lb mi'vo .1
toil of he.sci when 1011 le 1st e\pcct if Don't 1011
kn  w   it
"I ( moot s 1- tl it I hue ei ei s -en 1 i pss'el of tlie
n-ipeiiil (,ei nm 11 11 v in i^e such 1 foot of itself is
did Hie so ih»ts(i ceplUd V on Slleedhal, h okl.ig Hide
sti irl'li  In tl e 1" e
Hidi s impnlsc ins ro throw hit g'-ss of ch 1111-
pig-ie lull in \ on M erd'nl's t.ue b-it lie restrained
liluiselt Ho saw pioiiiolmii mil 1 big 1 0111111 md ilicad
ot him .-Mid these two things .ue iin^titi inetor., Iu
sell control
'low.nd  leu  oMnck  tint night the Keihorse  lippin
liei   letuin   iouiiiei   iloiin  Hi   I'n'i    toinrg th-i>  bglit-
bouse aftei   hf      Tin   I'de  w is  irimhig out 111  liny
and vas w hlpinsl  In   a  1 ittb-ig imi/f   and  thp Se 1-
boist si inch  io'cilH  woodiu j„^ towing isterri     Sho
might line  reicKil  Wei li 11 w^i i>j   da\li_hl.  but i"
steid  siie  s'uk.d  up   w iien  Hearing  Ihe  limbor nnd
•""I'll < mic  to  1 deid stop    it w is Mnelii  morning,
and at nine 0 ■ lii< k lhe ^iiiubii  11101 mug inspeetlou was
in id on nil the Pinish ships  md also on a 1 ei v smait
little   Viiieiua!   cuils. .    theAllctta   which had eomo
up to \\ e' h ll 111 1 to 111 ll e  i 1 ninll} e Id
It w is then tint II dc ile, ted to sti nn up to tho
am hoi ige 1 ikhig a mtth is close is he wis per-
mlttid to the .Mi 1 imp is He ii'spmided proaiptlj to
a lgiit! oideimg liln. to tome aboitd Lier-Ae.e
on emi s'i p li the huiior , is h\i.l on th <" Sid-
lioise wltli her 1 dd looking tow Iu the cilibi of tho
"Mel imp is Hide   ti Id his ston,  to the   Vduilril.
'V\e  liuuii'id   the   lighthouse,  sir   .milds'iips,  nnd
without   so  iisin i.  as  11   dented   ph.te.    We
alse bow  on the stenhorse"	
I'esii'ncd  ill  tei lm'i-il liuiguige  wbit hid
11   the  tic'011   pier at  the  Iltt'e town ou
f »
] ifif
pulled   ufl
-hini got   I
Then  hi
been  dom
tin   ll'. ei
Ut 'oii.se in knew tint nn iccldeiu might happen
to rhe in. ii li tin lighthouse so we hid the 1 iu'i h
.-ut with il se in.I t'li d'a sai eis re nil We ii niled
two a-01 out 01 t'n Pah-house nnd Inn e them silll
One of r(- ,n I , liter mr ( mi it ion Stb-iuPi il didn't
ask to hi -er is'inie but seemed more than willing
t*i conn dm n a ie u Ir'i us ife Is this moment smoking mi I'le poop o' the Viliorso"
o Jr.   1    1 11 illi " sild Admiral Harbord   "the fel-
I 11    u mild 'ii   (.   w h u we were g<iir)g to do about It
\\ nit    I   hid   iithei    It   wouldn't      N( 1 el tlieless   1011
1 iniiiiid   lhe  b'li luni  i    md  tow 1 d  It down  lieie   md
■captured, the ot'.icer and man in, charge,.    Of eoiirse-lt
.was an'accident.''an awful iiccldt-ut. you  know.", ■
■■- "Oh, yes." answered Hyde, licaiulns; "we wen- dum-
agei.l', yon  kiiow.1 sii-.'   It  took us three hours  to get
that -false i.iosc off the ship and  make her■ lonk "'ike.
she iiiii'.ii't lieen -iii a prh'.eilght and to dump the scrap-
iron ovci'iioaid  and gel'the tow all  right. ., It was :i ;i
acM.dent: t he kind, of an accident .that is likely to bap-
pea, \vhen   a  lighthouse  is ,put''inside  the  bight of a
bay." ,   .' ' . t
•'' To-llds tht'''Admiral stbrnly ivplleil:—■
"Thewhole thing, will  be Inves'lgaleit.     I shall  ip-
jioiiit 'a coiirl of ii.ii|iilr.i: to-d.ay and yi*u shall i'k'ivc tin;
best coiiiiiiiiud available as soon  as-possible."'
■Thai  night  there  wasrejoiciug In many  ward rooms
and cabins al  Wci-hui-wyi, which U a   l-lritlsli-uavit.'
Lieiiteiialir Count von istieiidlial..at *.'I:a"-('h.-iu. was
Justifying liimseli: to.his coniiiiandci- 'nr rctuniiiig to
Woi-iinl-woi. in  rhe Seahorse.   ,
"1 did ll." he slid, "my suspicions being aroused :.s
to the way I liis afioj.t-ri ae.-ideiit liappeiied. bu.l. I Point}
out only one thing.' which I knew, bcteic.,, Ae-ll, clottl
What.liars these I_ii„li»li are;"
Ml -
wsms^mm^5^ ���*?��_  T-1IF. f,K AD!__,'. ;.;0 iTF.. U]{fTf.STiT COLUMBIA,  \s^^^vrs^^^7vr^zmsss!iwissi ���*-_'***--_-3_____3ai__g^r^^  iA> . '  t.  1 'ft*-*.  __��_  .-��'L"S>  ^ <a  ���^__*3*_  4,    fl'T, t.W      &J1  m \f Ik I*  __________i__i_ ��� ^  ^    W* HP3   Sf^i  1  !-____  t't-V  But only once in. a lifetime will you have the upporiiinily to buv fnrmtiirc and. '-ther'  Iii..-of ji^rclia-i-disc at the prices  the  QKANBllOc}K CO-OPERA .'IV], STOi  now offer-i-icr their ciiS-Giucr*-.      , ' '   ,    '  >  ������ i *��� o  aie  ~\  a "^  \-J^^<j��$F$^^^-J-!.���bw^-"^ ���s-KTvd-* *r?sC  r^f^S  ,   ,Our re.'isqjpfor Lln'.s great reduction in prices i's that we diave an offer of purclia.se 'of  ���i(onr entire business provided we can, by July 15th,'* reduce   o.ur  stock   to  twenty   thousand  dollars.    Onr object'liow is to dispose of  our business   and   from   now ' until" July   15   our  prices will be our only, argument.     Here are'some to start with.      WATCH   FOR"'OUR  BIG CIRCULAR.      '1 <    '" ���     'f     .  ���    -    ., '       , '    ,  Prices on tliis- list  ni;.  Cranbrook.       ><0 c]j  /packing.      Our  *��� n. !).   ]��r,t  f,���  ___JBi_____^_ji_iJ3  not permit of rcfuiiaVfA,. r;,;L  vjjiy fares, exccpl^��J^,  above $100. ShotTlcTvoii ^  anything in our stocL and  .cannot come into Cranbrrv.t-  .send us-the amount yon j\-jsj,  to pay, nnd we', will sjij[t 1]h,  goods' subject'to your���amjrn--ni  If not'satisfn  ',"1  -f-o'"!*"  re*  Sewing' Machines  Standard J>roi�� Heads      '        J-.'},".  "KMridgu Cabineth . ,. '      ��� 20  Standtrd Giand "      4o  Ten-year guarantee from' the  manufacturer with all^.hcjse ma-  chinos aud they will do the" work  oi an j- other machine.'        '    ���  Morris Caairs  One only, lap'faded, regular $9.  riowifi !.:.(���. " ,  No. 77C, grocn^ciishioc, spring  peat, oak -tame, regular $13, now  $10 23.  No. 371,.,mission frame, ve'idur  cushion, regular 920, now $"1:1.75.  . We have ovei" twenty designs  in Morris chairs, with tho pi'ice  now where tbe entire stock should  .--011. '       "      ,   ���  ��>*�� ia ji tyffy *v����Kv-  Soms   Otiier   Lines     That     May  'Interest   You      '  Our prices on thin lino have .always been lower thau other stores  but we aro'going'still .lower. "We  cannot, for lack of space, give you  prices on all the lines we carry,  ft iyhould be enough when ice pay  fchat'-'at this REDUCTIONASALE  we'ar'o selling Iron Beds at S3.   ,'  '-     Mattresses  a     i  No. 5, art tick, heavengrass- nU-  iug, wool one side," 3 feet  aud  ��  feet 0 inches, only .'?2.75 and if'3.  A $7 mattress, now, $5.25,  ,  $0,mattress, now S_.40.- *  ,  ���  .^Our best felt mattress,  regular  $12.50, now $0.25.  Dreiser and Stands <   '  1 hP i * l J  rrincess design, quartered' oafcv ,  IS   by  30  mirror,   regular   44.CK-V  now 28.50.      ,   ���     ' d        d'*,  Xo. 700,"dresser aud staDd.'Mirror bevel plate, 12 by 24. 'Kemetu-  ber, the two pieces, 10.50.  Our range of dressers' is- the largest iu flip district. Now thtifc  the price is down' to' bed rock it  will pay you to send in your order.  '    Union   wool carpet' now .85c,  regular G0c'  Uuion   wool carpet   now' 45c.,  regular 75c.    ' ,,  '   ,  Union Kugs  Tapestry     d   ,    r'  Brussels      , '  ��     i             ���      <��� '     '  ai-f-__---i;_KBI-8--4_t3!_ig-_^^  I ) L ' i ( ,  Rugs  $ 4.75 to $9  , 7.00 to 14  ''14.50-to 19  Union wo'ol carpet now G5c,  regular, 1.00." ,   <  Tapestry carpet, all 1.00 and  1.25 gopds, selling att05 and 75c. a  yard.  (RANBRGOKCtOPERATiyESrORESH^  III I I ������������HII   ������ lllll--Ml III IW ��� I ���'��� I Wl���IH'illllB ���IIIBUI I  Jnne the Month of"Brides  ��� In anticipation of the numerous happy events, which will  be celebrated in British Columbia during- tlie month, we have  purchased in many markets both at home  aud   abroad, innumerable lines from which may be chosen suitable wcsdiiig- gifts  R. CAMPBELL  We direct your attention to our catalogue,   through   the  You wish to save money, you would not be human if you  did not.    .Write for our catalogue and save from 30 to 50 per  cent.     Prompt service rendered.  i ' , .  ' Henry Birks & Sons, - Limited.  Genera! Merchant  i J l o  P'. O. BC.X 62 t'   . PHONE ll  1 ' r-  -     ��� Moyie, B C.,'  ..    , ��� (     ..      Thc wisest boy tliat ever lived opened his eyes and saw the world't hirty hundred and  illustrations of which, is represented our1 extensive   stock   of i thirt)--three vear.s ago.'    Aftei- 58 :rhort years he   closed  his   eves   to   the   world.    He   had  high quality -/cods. <-. '    J-;1,01',0 business touches stored away' in his Royal   Skypiccc in 5-mihutes   than '"vYana.aaker,  t>��,��������" i %   ' ��� vii' ' r ^al'lan vStraus.s and J-Icnry vSiegel have in their whole iifotime.     He could    throw  awav   as  llemembei, our prices a:c exceedingly Iqw on account of :nncll immQy as Jolin D. RockuV.lcr| ). Picrpout ���Ior_.in and our   M ovic   business   friend's  the'enormous product handled yearly. . - arc all worth put together, and rot miss it'out of his pile. '      "  That Boy was King Solomon, and is regarded as the Author of the Book of Prove bs.  the Songs and Ecclcsiastes. These Books contain manv good business Mottoes, such ras:  Never feel above your business; Pride goeth before a fall.���Prov. XIII���20.  Drive thy business.      Let not thv business drive thee',  j to do, do it with thy might.���Keel,  IX���10.  f       .    .  Trnmriifnirr-nirMrtTH 11��� i n iiiimiujihii nauni i  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.     ���     ���  Tiiis hotel is    now  under   new1  i  .management, and islii-*t clas!,  i CI "���  in every re.-spc-ffc  TAYLOR^ &   BONNER,  I'Hoi'uiirroi.a.  Victoria Street.  MOV1K  DENTIST  The Expert Crown and !!���-.  ^ 'Worker.  'OfHco over .Mr. .Shurf.  Wall      Paper     Sta  Armsfron-j A^'C  Whatsoever thy hand findcth  Je\ieJerv mail order house Geo.' T\. Trorey, -NLm  VANOOUVBR, B.v C.  Dir  s New Cabinet Ministers!  BUSINESS   LOCALS.  I'O l_l_T--Tbreo furnished house-  Iseeping rooms     Apply [ntc-rnati-  Almost     definite     information   onal hotel,  comes fiom Victoria to tho  efl'ect I  tliat the provincial cabinet will I ''^ HATJ5 ��� Bedsteads and  shortly lie reorganized, robtoring j"pi'lu<Sk- Six bedsteads and four  its number to seven ministers as  before, tho last election. It is  understood that "W. [I. Rosf, c.f  Kernie, Conservative wiiij., will lit'  springs.���Apply to Taylor iVi  Hon  ner, International [foiol.  ^'.iha Ij. M. Seott,  ttained   nuise  of I! itliwell   Ho.s-pital,   ^Vilmipeg,  taken into tnu inner  ciieles   ivitli ! irf  ready   for engngenients r-f any  -   ',.       ' ���   OUR-JUNE SALE  !1 shov. the Purchasing Power-of the people of Moyie.       It starts ou Friday Morning  The"  and  \\j 11 include all Merchandise in our great stock, with the exception of Groceries.  CASH SALE PRICE  which will be plainly marked on all goods, will clearly demonstrate that our special summc  sale is intended to eclipse all previous efforts yet made and will continue to the   end   of   th  FOR '  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  of all descriptions, such as hoip-e  fitting'*, lamps, shades5or motor  boat supplier-, spark' pings coils,  batteries, go to or write.  J. JEI. RING-ROSE  Stanley St. Nelson, R G  Crd:  u. ~\t  Shamrock Creamery Buiiif  Shamrock Leaf Lard  Shamrock Hams  and  Imperator Bacon  month.  the   portfolio  of   lands,   and  Price J.iii-iin v. ill I.,, piorn-ii.'  the portfolio of ilii'iucj utul  cultiuc.  ���'I  PHJNK YOU tlie richest man of the moment, John D., is happv 'when  the lying journals tell you that it takes 3 doctors <o keen \ cracker on his .sLomaclP  Make yourself happy by visiting our store during this great sale and securing some of our  iiiinicu.se   bargains.  Yours for business,  R. CAMPBELL.  that i kind.        ^laternity    a  to  :*.i-  yhty-.c  ."���jivM-iaiiy  Adv.  Aloni  Singer Suv.-ing .Maciiiue-, cost  vi-ry little more thau cheajj uni-  idiiucs. do the best woik anil  last a life time.     Sold  lvitlaliQ     l/fllidS i'ninthly   payments   by  In Moyie' oh  d4t Stewart on Portland carial  .there are about, 1,000 people.'in'  the cair.p, but only about oOO au-  tually working. 31 iners draw $1 a  day, and the wage iW-ti, man and  team is'>l_ aday,     li;i  l-'owell, Cranbrook.  lOtli of eaeu' month.  FO.lt... SALE���About S5 cliairs  Suitable for; hall or rooms,in hotel  ���Enquire at Leader office.  I'Oll KALI. ���lour room house  and Jiar-lc witli lot; both furn-  ished, l*il.*;0. Apply, T. Summerb'  Cigar Store.  ML'Sifj LICSSflXS���I am ptc-  Oeo. ];. rPf-red to give lesson.s on piano to  any pupils wisliiuj; same. -Apply  to F- II. McMahon,, International  Hotel. ���     .    .   d   d   A'    ���  on   sum  Lame shoulder is almost invariably caused  by  rheuumatism   of  '"Oil SALE���Two Iota nnd twojtlie 'uuscley aud yields (iniekly   to  At the Churches.  CATHOLIC     CtHMil'II  There will be the regular  morning and evening sorviciA Sund;��y.  Morning services   at   10   o'clock.  Evening services   at  7:30   o'clock.  REV. PATH Kit   F.   i:i<'0K  - (Priest)  iesolution  i������ .,��i~  ,   .-.���(,     .      ���    }S,'^6  {l | houses, on nortli .Tavistock street. Ithe f'A'v a] .plication   of   Oh-.mber-  l.ou .1111.1 o;t,L:i-.������-.(1 ;}  tot!  ,'iV tlie   rin-. 1/.    i   ��� ��� , -      ' ���-.--.     T .    .  "���'   '    ' ,'"j"'i(!i.-.'ia\ room   house,   eornple-1 1L1U - ^mnneint.     litis linimcmt-.. is  '   tvAy f.iiriiislied. and wi.th wsodshed .1,:urj f,,1'y proni])t ami e{i"i:cciial,'but  ��i-ud ieohfiiise attaehed.''  Good well   ���'.''   "   u"'!'y   <.li.-:.">gree:..l)le  tn  uti place; alno stable  and   chicken  House.'   Also ;��I asp n it Kis'cli pianp  ,.���, ������--���--. !:i!tti'ost'tiew|.-'   For  price   andfiti-  .tlie   pro.vinpial  ioai  1.    Cai'{  icnit'L's  h-'lW  '���:'���"> :  UK l SO  a d  iy, and  board ,i.-  ��� ys.r  d .-1  ���week.  Frank,  V/here  Are  You  ?.  pOllCJ  meat liave ln;r;>l asiceii to makd  empiiries for-Frank frisk of :-;,,���-  thseii, Kul-ignd, who is sup|.io-;ed  toll a vea r r i v eel i n t h is p ro v i 11 e e  ���-���011.16 tin.i.o e.vrly, last ye:ir.  AA  A��  .it:  depai I- j ther   particulars    apply   to   Mrs.  J. J A Mcl./onald.  Folding     collapsible      go-carts,  ubber   tires,    brown   and   black  j finish, $7.00 each at theCranbrooi  j Ao-Oporative Stores. Ci'tiubrook,   "'���  Sold by the  tionery  Co.  Moyie  J;  rug  ���i,l.SO.  Sta-  METAL MARKET.  IdKW TuRii- Par silver,  r,:"J cts.  Lead  ���jil.-JO.  .MICTIIODIST    CIIUIICH  Morning seryice at 11 a,, m'. Sunday School, 2:30 p. m. Evening ser.  vice. l-:.',i) ii. in,' A hearty' welcome   extended   to all.  .      . '.Ill-7. S. COOK,  '(f*A3t01.  Lii-vn  -J..I.  0 .1.  I'lli'HI.iVTt'.IIIAN   A:ltUIH'II.  Iil'.irning Service 11 a. m. Sun  day school and Uiblo class nt 1(  a. in. I-A'cniiig Survice at 7:.',0  m.    A hearty welcome tnn!l,  l'-i;\A ('��� . A.    JIACKXI-A", j.:.  I  At a regular meeting of Moyie  Minora Union No. 71 tho following resolution was adopted:  Whereas," tt has pleased Almighty (,'ocl to remove from our  midst our esteemed . 'Brother .John  It. McDonald, thereby ' depriving  us of a good and faithful member  and his familyi of a loving husband and father, therefore, be it  Resolved,   That   we   nxtend   to  his relatives and friends our sympathy' and   condolence   in    this!  their hour of sorrow and afllietion J  and bo ifc further f  Resolved, That;   an  a   mark   of;  esteem   to   our' late   brother   our!  Motor   Boat Supplies  and  Gasoline Engines.  Wo have the largest and   bet as  sorted stock in tho  interior of   R.I  O.     Any tiling   used   on   a  motor j  boat  we    have  got   it.     We  are I  agents   for  The C'aillo   Perfection j  Motor Qo., and wo  keep  in   stock!  a number of motors  at  all   times-,  so    before   purchasing   elsewhere  call and inspect them.     They  are  high in Quality but   low   in   piivo.  Write for  catalogue  arid pi ice list.  ,E. D...MESSENGER   Ca  V- O. l'5���x 1.72. ,'" ��� Stanley St  .   -     NELSON,: B.' O  ,For .sale by  grocers and-  ait  '���1  J8!  MOYIE,  B.C  MISS HELENA HARRIS  .if  '4  *s  Ci i Hlii.vtL'1 Cradu.iti' "' "'  -..itoii  nf V '  P. 0. Box 127 -   Cn  W'ill be in .Movie evr  airook, I  iy  Tint.-  Certificate of Imprtv  '     NOTICE  cnicnti  ; IXIvI/I'A 'I'RACTO.N   \^  I'K ACTION  'MtN'KT:-'% A  PlinVvil-,.-...!.,:, ' A i    '   r-i�� ���!������'���   ! .'ite-in the 1'ort   glm-li- "'l  cnamoerlain s Oough Renie'lv is-   ���,. , ���      ,  , ���i j     ' ��� ��� .       -.���'���'       I ul J-.a:;t is.i.��..U:iiiiv .Ilistini  sold on a   guarantee   that   if  you A   v.-lu-'rVi.-H-atcl:'On -d'*-  are not satisfied after using  tivu-' j,mK- .Me-we l,;:ki'.  thirds of a- bottle-ae'cordirjg to the ! ��� TAia.C XOTi-CIv Ai.'1   '  directions, your money Will be refunded.    It is up  to  yon   to try.  ���Sold by the   Moyie   Drug  <Sc  Stationery Go.  liti  I Villi I"   '  | il n  NOTICE  eliarter be draped fcr a period   of!     Notice 'ia herebv given that any  !'0 days and a t-oj.y of this resolu'-j person   havdng  in  j,is   possession  tion bo sent to   his   relatives, and Asaw logs belonging to the   under-  to tho .Miners. Magazine   and   the | signed is liable to prosecution. .  ���Moyie Leader.fur public-i.tir.  Mgnetl  on.  COMAJriT!.:!-;.  Siii.M':  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  lilaylork; p. M. C. X'1    '  as a.:.-.i.'nl for.tin: Con-s;1'11'"  .SiiR'ltin'--   Co., AC A''1"1 "    '  "Miner's Crrlificite Xc 1'  ' "'  wxly.il.'iys-fi'fiin tlie ||-|U '' "  In the Miniii.i; Kecnnli"-'   '  dsf ���Iiiiprnvc-iiu.-iit /<.r tl"' I u  l.iinii:,!.',    Cruuii   .('.r.uit-   (l  claims.  And I-.u-.-ij-r  t!i!.-e.'   "d'     ,! '  iitidcr Ki-ctioii ���*;'.   i'"'"-'   '     '  licfnri; the -is:.ii.-iii('e  < '   ''    '  id Improvement..  ii.-'ted this   l'.Uli dny "I  U'|o.  'it


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