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The Moyie Leader Jun 12, 1909

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 V yf  '-���>x  ���' ������&  *���#  V  "*-.  M  w  Ti/it  AIX  THF.   LATES-\IN  JEWELRY .See  W. H. WILSON.  !^VJ-LK1- ORANBllOOK  s>'  y'  6;- ^ju-r^=  We   Make a Speciat.tv o.  CouRECTrxo Eye Defects.       WILSON,  OPTICIAN- CRANBROOK  :\fOL. 12 NO, JO.  MOYIE,  B. C, JUNE , 12 1909.  American Pres=cut Glass  'it ,'      i    (  Can't tell it from the real thing.  A nice .assortment of"pres-cut,glass com- '  posed of cellery  trays,   table  sots, syrup' ���  jugs,'' friiit bowls,   cake  plates,  vinegar',  crute, etc., just opened up. '  ,  These goods will easily take the  place   of,  genuine cut glass and are  less than  half  the price.,'- ��� '       '      ; '   y  m  ��2A' YEAR  m  ism  VOK'QV^XJTY.  ��������������������������������������**������������������������������--�����  G_ GWYNNE,  Tobaccos,   Gonfectionery  '������\rRtriT;'ETO.:   'r ���' V *; \  Companies Meet.  The regular anna*t] meetings of  j the Society Girl Mining Company,  Limited, and the, Aurora  Mining  & Milling Company, Limited, were  held in Moyie this week. ���  The Society Girl. company  elected the following as its'' board  of directors: C. C. Farrell, D. A.:  Ayres, J. P.' Farrell, Philip Conrad, Milton Moser; all of Moyie.  The, company is driving a tunnel,'  which is now in 600 feet, and it is  expected a good body of ore will  be struck at 900 feet.  ' The following .coiastitutes the  board of directors for the, Aurora  company: JA A. Harvey, ,K. C.,' of  %        GENERAL FLOAT        f  is .J  Pope Pius was 74  years old  on  June 2nd.  <A government agency has been  established at Fernie.  No Trace of Diamond. |���������������*  ' There  is  yet  no   trace  of the  Jack London; the novelist, is in  Honolulu, and is said to be a very  sick man. He underwent two  operations lately.' .  ' ''���-'���"--���*-  Booker T. Washington arid the  negro race generally^are -much  elated over Jack Johnson's victory in Australia over OUiiien.  A Rossland woman,has been  in  court with nine different charges  Cranbrook; J.y D. McBride, ' of gainst her for stealing flowers  Cranbrook; J. "W.'Fitch,' John Mc-1frora residences and the cemetery.  Tavist   and  ?ARRELL BLOCK'  MOYIE  BOOK  .YOUR ' TICKETS  wBEALE   & ELWELL  JSOId'  Gouritf  ���J"L  Sic agents for White Star,..Dominion, Red Star,   Aiiierican' and   other   Traiis-At-  m       "��� ' ��� > -^ .antic lines.     A . ,    '"Wd,  Ickcta can be'obtain eel from Kootenay points to Liverpool, . Taris, . Sweden, Italy  _- ��� srSfiii'anv European port via Montreal, Ke'w York or Portland.       ��� ,, ��� >V,  fc .�������--���. ,   '    ' i '��� '       ' ������������������ .  .*i<  ari*jm>spstt^  " *   ,   Now is the time'to  "buy ��. .   '   J  Fishing Rods from 15c to $12  ��� -   -. . . '    ''     i , ,  ���      I-  l , ^     n,    '' \ i ' . - - ,   ' < ,.\     "  ��� Will. be -. sold at reduced .prices, f on tins' week.   " \  The Moyie I)fng & Stationery Co.  * d   ������'.  __^_y__^��^__^_^^  L I  ( ' '  .       J ' ' '  Try a sack of.  * CI*  Robin Hood Flour  V?F. Johnston,' of  Moyie, Some 300,000 shares of  stock were - .'represented; ��� , The  management of the'.'mine 'has  changed: W. J. Feltham has re;  sighed and H- H. Dim'ock was, appointed to take,his' place.'' ��� The  mine 'has a promising outlook  and will soon b^'shipping ore. ''  A Good Payday.  ��� .-Thursday was payday at the St.  Eugene mine, and business about  town was much brisker1 than  usual. The stores were open until late in the "evening., and the  people were busy squaring up  their" monthly accounts. The  bank was, very''accommodating  and.-'' remained . open ' until six  o'elock.'so that all the miners and'  others had ah opportunity f to get  their    cheques'    cashed.    '   /The  amount paid was'$-0,000. "  . * ^      o    '   The Odd. Fellows' Building.,  The Vancouver-Seattle steamship rate war has been ended after'the rival companies lost,half a  million dollars. -   ,��  An $'8,000 gold brick was recently taken from the Nugget mine'on  Sheep creek. It repiesented a 20  day run at the mill.     .���  ,  Tha synod of the Church of England for the diocese of Kootenay  metdat Nelsou-on Wednesday and  Thursday, June 0th and 10ch..  is  yet  no  body of Chas. Diamond, who  was  drowned   in   the    narrows near  u i  town a week ago Thursday, although a steady search has been  kept up ever since. , Over 200  pounds of dynamite ,have been  used in an effort to raise the body,  and the water in that vicinity  has been thoroughly dragged.  The water is high and there is , a  swift current, which make3 ,the  task a difficult one. It ia presumed,the body has been carried  a considerable .distance below  where it fell in.  \<' ��� . ' ,*  J. F. Diamond;'a, brother of the  deceased;- ' of , Cashmere, Wash.,  was here' for several days, but returned, to his home Thursday. ' lb  was 18 years ago that he last saw,  his brother.    He says Charles was  ' . i i  49 years of age, arid was   born  in  Houston 'county,. Minnesota. ��� The  two brothers were ,last' .together  up on the.main line of  the'   C.   P,  R. during its construction.,  ��� J.  F.  Diamond    is    now  a   prosperous  rancher in the Wenatchee valley.  Finest Kind   of Ballast.  The best yet at  W. FITCH'S  COME AND SEE US  REGARDING PRICES  ,- Thebuildiusrcon-mlt-eefor the  Odd Fellows'hall aud opera house  will not. give out the ' contract  until after next Tuesday's meeting. There are some little matters that are yet to be settled.  A good attendance is desired at  next'Tuesday's meeting, and it is  the duty of all members of the  lodge to be there. There will be  a social session and icecream and  other refreshments will be served  after the regular business of -the  meeting is transacted.  , Ex-Mayor Tuttle of, ,'Ferfnie is  having a piece of land hear Spokane  platted   to   be   put on the  n ' .'rt, 1      , .  market in five arid ten acre tracts.  The mayor of Centralis, Wash.,  has*caused the chagrin?.- of scores  of small boys and girls by putting  a ban on'confetti throwing at the  carnival to*be held there. *    ,. ��*  /Chinese' laborers irifthe can-  neries at Vancouver have formed  a union and may go oh;strike for,  higher .wages and , the redress of  other grievances, real and .fancied.  About four carloads  of  ballast  ����� i ,   ���, , i  are. saved each' day  at  the  St.  Eugene concentrator., The steel  cars are run in on a siding back  of the old slime null. An elevated flume carries the tailings ,over  from the - mill, > and a series of,  spnuts runs' the water and particles of rock into the cars. The  water ' percolate, through the  cracks and ,the rock, remains, in  the 'cars. This ballast is then  hauled out alongn the road arid  distributed Ic'is the' liriesb kind  of ballast' and it is *- a wonder it  was,not thought of long ago.        '���'  "Sw*"' A',".���; ;���~ ;   Moyie Leads Them, AH.  " A Mason's sheepskin apron - believed to be a thousand^ years old  was brought to Tacorna by a  sailor ,th'e other - day. It was  found on a mummy in foreign  lauds.    ���So complete has been the wreck  of bridges  on  the  llosebery and  Sandon line by the recent  floods  , ��� ,-,,.,.  ',,.,_. ,   , ... . .      -,,   i_     known to peddle hot  air  that it is conceded that ic will  be r c  at'least three months before  railway connection can be  restorted.  I  I  sb  if  'Now is "the time1 to put on jour  screen doors. .We are complete  in this line and our prices \vithin the-reach of alL ' ��� w '  We have m stock lOdoj. 'Extension Window screens ,inade to  ���fit any window,      - y  ;     '  /���%  *������.  ft.  ft  t  .*  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft,  ft  m  ft  ft  J'ft *  ft  ft  ft"  ft  ft  ft  ft  MacEachern & Macdonald  Committees at Work, j Another Store Opens  Challenge Cup for Juniors.  MOY.E'S    LEADING    HOTEL. $  Hotel Kootenay |  - I!   The best of accommodations *  for the Traveling  Public. I  b.irp> and Comnio<Jiou- Sample Roome.  Billiard Roomu,  McTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietor*.  Wc Have Received this Week a Fine Lot of  Men's Suits to Retail at $10 to $20.  Also  '.bit; stockAof Children's- shoes .in  AMHERST   MAKE.  the  "THE ���'pUHNISUElt  - F. J. Smyth   is   putting ,up   a  challenge cup to be played for  by  the junior baseball teams of Moyie  and Cranbrook.     The  first  game  of the  series  will  be  played  on  Domhiion  Day   at   Moyie.'     The  rules  governing the  contest  for  the cup have not as yet been   arranged, but it will probably  be  awarded   to   the   team   winning'  three straight  games.     The  cup I  is of silver and  stands   10  inches  high, and   will   be   suitably   engraved.    It was ordered  through  W.     H".   Wihon,   the   Cranbrook  jeweler, and will be here  and   on  exhibition   by   the  20th   of   the  month.   Baseball Today.  , Although longing to withdraw  from public life, Sir Wilfred  Llurier is said to have acceded to  the^wishes of the ^Liberal party  and will remain as their - leader  until the next general elections  in 1912.  ��� o  They are putting the lid down  tighter than ever in Eevelstoke.  It is proposed on Sundays to have  all the blinds aud screens on barrooms removed, so there will be  no show to carry' on business |  under cover.  F. B Hawthorne, traveling representative of the Hudson's Bay  company "and the( Kootenay Cigar  company, ha��. no hesitancy in saying that Moyie is tlie best camp  for its size iu the Kootenays today,     Mr.   Hawthorne  has   been  but he  wasin a serious and sincere mood  wkett he made the above statement.  There was  another  meeting, of  the celebracion 'committees .last  i . ' *���  night. The grounds' committee  reported their part of the work  almost completed, and the booths  arid dancing pav.llion will be  ready iu ample time. There, will  be some good prizes to beacon-  tested for. There is $150 for, tiie  football game, $125 for, the baseball game, $100,for the caledouian  sports,, and' $75,'for -the aquatic  sports.' But these" are only a few,  There are dozens of others. The  junior ^baseball teams ''will play  for a'��25" prize  and' the Smyth  challenge cup."   There   will   be  al   ���  . . /  -i  special   Vra.ln'frotzi^Omzibroak'atl  "       -" . '     ���  S in the morning 'and will leave} CVestou Review: Rev. 'Scott ia  Aldridtfe for Cranbrook at 9' in [circulating l a petition opposing1  the evening. .This train will  aL.ojthe appll'cation   fo'r  a  wholesale  .Crowe B.'os. and  Oj.,   who  are  located in the Conrad building  on-  south Victoria sfcree^opened their  store 'to   the ��� public ''this   week.  The store room   has   bien   thoroughly, renovated,  new  shelving  and cdunters.put in and all  their  goods are fresh and'up   to  data"  The firm starts out with excellent  prospects, and .there  is ,no  question about them making a'succes's  of the busine...'. ' "���__i,  Ask for  Preacher's ' Rermval-.  Marcus Martin   Married.  make two special trips between  Aid ridge and the town to carry  the people. There will be another'  meeting next-Monday evening at  7:30 o'clock.  Was Well Patronized.  The following is taken from the  Nelson Daily News of June'  10th:  A quiet wedding was solemnized yesterday by Rev, J. T.  Ferguson at Sc. Paul's manse  when Marcus Martin of Moyie  was married to Mrs. Margaret  Vicenfc of Phoenix. The happy  couple leave for their home at  Moyie this morning.  Imperial Bank of Canada.  Capital  Authorized.------------$10.0()0'000-  Capital Paid Up-���- - ^>m  There promises to be an interesting ball game in Cranbrook  this evening between' the Moyie  and Cranbrook teams., A^crowd  will go down to Cranbrook on the  (Iyer this evening at 5:10 o'clock,  and will arrange to get back tonight some time. ;  New Office for  Aurora.  Mrs. Florence Maybrick, who  seived a term in a British prison  for the murder of her husband,  and Mrs. Emma Goldman, the  woman anarchist, were fellow  guests ' at a recent ' reception of  the descendants of the Mayflower  pilgrims,   Gifted Writer Visits Moyie.  Train Time Changes.  liquor license by P. It. Godfrey.'  This is a straight legal business  that" is countenanced in every  city of growing importance in  Western Canada, and the circulation of'this petition, is, to out-  way of thinking, a malicious at-  The icecream aud strawberry tempt to put somebody out' of  social given Thursday in Morley business in a pin-headed manner,  hall by the Catholic ladies re- Mr. Godfrey represents a reputed  ceived generous patronage, and a ' house of wholesalers and it is his  substantial sum for the church 'intention, if successful in secur-  was realized. Mrs. Therriau won j i��g a license, to locate in tho  the paiuting, which was given- by 'Mercantile, Block. A counter  Mrs. J. P. Farrell, and which  was \ petition has been circulated, pray-  her own work.  New Bank  Manager.  ing for the immediate removal  of  the Rev. S_ott to the coal district.  Woman  Speaker   Coming.  C. W. Re.ide will be the manager of the newly established  branch of the Imperial Bank of  Cauada iu Moyie. He came from  Golden, where he'was mauager of  a branch of the same institution.  IIIUnCHE-  IN   BRITISH   COL-MMA,  , .-..ooo.ooo  CMtilirook-    Arrowlicnd,  Wo'ilen, Ka,nloops, Michel, Nelson, Revcl-tokc.  Vlctorlaautl Vancouver  Arrangements have been made  with W. L. Heid to take the secretaryship of the Aurora Mining  it -Milling company, and the office  of the company will hereatter be  in Mr. Reid's office.  Savings Bank Department. .-.  Intorest allowed on deposits at current rato from date o  deposit.  moyie branch.  J, F, M. PINKHAM, Manager  Premier McBride   Is Coming.  The   word   is   given   out that  Mr. E.Jacobs, the  British  Columbia-correspondent for  Engineering and Mining Journal of  New  York, the Mining Journal of London,    England, and secretary of  the western  branch of  the  Canadian    Mining  Institute, dwas  in  Moyie the fi rst of. the week looking through the St.  Eugene  mill  and mine procuring data for. the  publications  he  represents.     Mr.  Jacobs is an interesting and  ac  curate writer on mining  matters,  and his articles are always  eagerly read.      Vy"hile   in   Moyie  Mr.  Jacobs was the guest of   Mr,  and  Mrs. W. H. Laird.  The schedule for the local trains  was changed on the Och. The  westbound passenger now reaches  Moyie at 12:07, and the eastbound  at 2:28. The Spokane International trains now run only as far  as Bonuers Ferry, and express for  Moyie and other points now comes  on the ilyer.  Co-Op. Manager's New Residence.  Edisto Bergland. manager of  the Co-Operative store, has  started work on his new residence  on north Victoria street. It is  21x2.. with a veranda.  Elizabeth Gurley oFlynn, &  woman lecturer of Newark, New  Jersey, is billed to appear at Morley hall Tuesday evening, July  29th, under the auspis-S of tha  Miners' uniou. She i.s said to be  a student and a speaker of ability.  Her subject will be "The Advent  of Women Into Industry.  Assizes   Again   Postponed.  A Credit to the  Town.  E. G. Gwynne has new fixtures  in his store, and opened this week  with the place thoroughly renovated.. He has a swell place, and  one that is a credit in every way  to the town. He is the Moyie  agent for the Hazelwood icecream, :   |  Home From the   East.  Work on   Long   Building.  Work on F. G. Long's new  building opposite the Kootenay  hotel was commenced this   week.  The assizes to be held at Fernie  have again been postponed. They  were to have been held on the  10th of June, and now they havo  been postponed to the 15th..  This is on account of the serious  illness of Mr..Justice Martin.  Children Have a Picnic  I    The Sunday school children of  A. P. Macdonald and wife returned yesterday from the east  where they visited Ottawa, Toronto, Montreal and Moncton.  Safe   tor Bank.  A four ton safe came yesterday  Premier McBride will pay a visit! ,   "v   "    "''.      "     -   .      " -      A tour ton sate came yesterday  :',!,�� interior of the  province the Presbytermn church are hav- for the imperial Bank of Canada.  to  the iuterior of the  province)  some biuie this month,  ing a picnic at Aldndge today.       and was installed.  Just Arrived  - a   new  line of  TELESCOPES,   SUIT CASES  and TRUNKS    i  If you are going to the 'fair.come-arid see.us.  THE DAY LIGHT  STORE.  ROBERTS & MESS1NQER  Conrad Block Moyie  ''.',' 1*  /  " ���tTM  ' . '."A - I  '-'   Ac  , * ,' a . WaII  __. ,".V-4,I  ,?W^|  -    dA.'dfJI  >Av i ��& i,  -   >\:-Jfl&8  "v'-'tfeifl  \H  ,    1      *  ;-!  .4,  .5' ���  !E'M����iiS_:il  mm  'VtitetAll  .   r'Wli^fi^l  a w _���*m|  ���;v" ��3*k<m  *  .v!_|__P-||  dluJ��||  '.-,'' r^A\#l  ���^ yi��|i  - C, ' *l *V*?**T^_Sl- ���  a      yd^ijf  , ;   .      '..y-.v-> .fi  ,     '-;:trtA',|[  '   v, a'^WI'I  ���    "l{   's^Jf-l  1 ; Al;-lyjj  ..Wvcwl  ".^'>-!-:'5?l  . S^W-'i'-'V'?!  * ' w-dv-  I        -r ���,-(,��,':'*'.,  C I ' ,   ,   >."t4>t\f{^  '    '����� -rJti-----  ~     - w-'f  'jy. *���**���%,,  if J   J    r^?   lj  1        -1   ,     '���'"h ** I  -,     ��-Afr.^A  i i a-1--, A  AAA .'���';. i  y-   " "'V-  f'wi:  i          *���*  \m  Aggjpd  -.;:^is-AA;:U  " * :---'df :--d-".vr'i  AAAdyys ' 1  -  ��?  ���m  ���-j-*-!.?  TliK LEADE1.. ^loYJK. I.KJTJSl-T COLUMBIA.  Tl  BOy.D  ,��o,t.,...-,s ,������- lute,, o, t���e, Welcome Words to Women  -.toLk   e--cli4ing05 at  $o>0.     T.-ey !  weie once s.lling at  close "to  $1,-'|  P ib.i-l^'d in the interest of thp people*   000  oJ Movie ami ...M l.outer.n v. "T'  '    /.iere are sevjral in arreats   foi  | -ub-ciintion     to      the      L-adei.  i       ���   ��� <  I Ins ir, a gentle reminder that   v,i  . would appieciatj it very much   il  hey would ' dig up-"' ' Piper  nn-i  F. J.  .S."\lVm.   (\;ii:,I'mIi;i:  <" 1N!0^ i��-TLabF'  ���v "-Cx^fc���������  , ur.'ntcrt-* ink both cost monty.  1 Ml.    OP    M lit llil'llON  8m  (?/-*0  Year ..'..-..  SATL'RDAY', J17XT., 12; 19C9  i     Two    mining   companies    hehl  ���Ji -. (/'/    their annual   Hirelings   in   Moyie  A Till 0?  H3TP0CRITE.  I "his week.    IJoth had go. d  meat  I nigs    and    outlined   co lsidei-.-ble  woik for the future.    Moyie is be-  ���' .-oining a mining center.  Women who suffer with disorders peculiar to their  set should write to Dr. Pierce and receive free the  advice of a physL-ian of over 40 years' experience ,  ���a skilled and successful specialist ,in the diseases  of women.    Jivery letter of this sort has the most  1  careful   consideration   and   is regarded' as  sacredly  confidential.     Many sensitively modest women write  fully to Dr.  Pierce what  they would   shrink   from'  telling to their local physician.    The local physician  is   pretty sure to   say that   he cannot   do anything  without "an examination.���'-' TDr.  Pierce .holds   thai  these distasteful   cvaminations   ore   generally' needless,   and   that   no woman,   except   in   rare   cases,  should   submit   to   them.'  Dr. Pi=i-cc*s treatment will cure you right in the privacy of  your own home. His f"'JFavorite Prescription" jni- cured  hundreds   of   thousands, some of them   the worst of   cases.  It is the only medicine of its kind that is the product of a regularly graduated'  physician. .The only one good enough that its makers dare to print its every  ingredient on its outside wrapper. There's no secrecy. It will bear examine  lion. No alcohol and no habit-forming drugs are found in 'r. Some unscrupulous medicine dealers may offer you a subs.i.utc. Don'- take it. Don't trifle  with your health. Write to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.  V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y.,���take the advice received and be well.  I. O. O. F.  Meets T_p*diiy evenings in  McGregor  hull   on   Victoria   street.    Sojourning  Odd Fullows- cordially invited.  Ojas. J.,Wl'U>- F- J- Svv'-'ll.  Noble Grand.  THE CANADIAN BANK  ���OF COMMERCE  nr.Ar> orrrcr. toroxto  1-STAUU.SI'H)  18n7  Scsr'y.     j  u. e. -WALKER. President  : j /.ALEXANDER XAII.D, General Slanazer  'Paid-up Capital, SI0.000 oon  Reserve Fund  -   fi nnn ��  K.  Of P.      i   Brandies througliout.Canada, and in lhe United Slates an. I'm,  . "r;"'^1 savings bank Department-  lii.ll.nt> 8  f'-hick.   Yit-    n�����..o?i_.���r<:i  i' d.,i  ._--..    .       ' ^ *  liiill-nt'S  fVd.'ick.   W--  i'ing hiollx i-* invited.  B. ']..  Tavi-oh, Id A. Ii.iiJ-  Ohnr.eellor Com. "_K. H.fliV' ?,  " ���������t mrrcnt  Deposits of $1 and upward, are received and interest allow  rates.     Accounts   may  be  opened in the names of )-,.  ji.ore  persons and withdrawals nj'ade   by im.--"  ono of them or by A\}ft .survivor.  i ���J i  Gems of Thought.  Thb Mojde L.ader "works   week1    The Miner,' ,um'o;i   at   Phoenix,  'in and we'ekoi'it for   tiic lipbnild- ! have   purchased  o"j  lots    in    the , ���  mtr of   M->vie,' and   alm^t  every,' '-'f J = cemetery fir the ir. o.vn use.      A Uud. "o"'is often more agree-  *   ��� ..,..��� ���, .   ,     An...   ' '. '..-.,   ,.__   _A_    .A...    'Ialjle than a gruff "j-cs." '     ,  WiJm     is ppent iii,rh^ herein town.  iXlH'    diierchanl",    the     hotel, man,  dollai-aiiac tlie publisher   receives ; TllB    money  paid   by  the   unijn  The j Wi^ be expended on improve-   _ ,     , the I nien'ts in the, cemetery. .This retailor,    th,.   water  compiny  the J,f"i(lsu-* that Moyie had a deal   on  tolei-hone and "electric light  com- ; xt nne time fpr a hotter cemetery.  ������ ��� -*'1   ���..       ..���._���. ,l ,..*���'���     '      ���"���--   A neat folder has recently been  BUY   YOUR  Cigars  tobaccos  ���pany all get their  share,  aud  il j  n.  sub?c!'ii tion   i.s   circulated   the  I, :.ider <��� office' is1 s.ldom   if  evei j"  'o."er!ookeci." > ." '  Yet when a circular comes fi;om  ,/>oiiie men     belons; to evcrv society} ,   ,  in   the neighborhood, but   tbe society- \ r��\ ��� ." - S  of their home. ".   ,        '*   ^fUll      a_lU  Woman  is,' gentle,      tlependent  loving   when     protected,'    lmt .lar  danfter "by hood,' fire, or battle,.'to aid  'turned   out  in   Cranbrook 'under Ilicr    ^"ti.v "or    protect     her loved  (did  a'usp'ices    of Atho    T-oaid of  Trade   of  thrt  town.      There  is  l ones.  fflffiH     At"       '       ���'���"*-      <������'      ' re  ������    .'-"ome general   infjrmafcion   show-  mmlf     a AWnn.ioeg punting hrm offering,i.   ....,,*  Wit     ^A,��'n-i'u,iA ���,:'''�����'. .id.."...l"'* t,,e  ^PPortuniby  there  is  in  .t'for  settlers ,-and''the  1 D'is from   the' Her-  is��P a        ,      " '' ' '     ���"��� ���   s    1 nig   nie    op  mm to do wjilc a liLtle  cheaper' than')  P��M? i     '.'           "     ' .             ���'<���   ; ���   '       ,       thisdistiic  WfHt' Amu   pos.iblv   be, done 'in   M ivie   .  J$W< '      v        "     ', ' ''investment.        ��� iiir.        ,  , ��� -  KJ.'^aT pome of t/ie.so' same   firms  almost I                  ���'                  ,                                 and' kind  to each  other as 'they ar  IF$-*' i  "'   i   Ar'- '      "T     I   "   ��� "    *v   \    ll    Pvesse:>> -."'id    the    work   is do strangers,- "-what a1 difference     'i  fMt 'break  then-   necks   to   give   th* 'aice,       '         ' .           ,      , ...     ,        would make     ?n  ..che   aorae almos-  MM "\Yinnipcg firm Itheir trade.'     This j       r V      ."'������'"    -         . /             ���'. P''crc.      y    ���         ,'         ���"���...*  SH^tja'   .   xVinn'113'"'        fi>'m     nornr    'enpnh     n  !        ri'i'i' .. <-    .      *' '!��,.'.. .....       . '  The'sweet and'gracious little flower of courtesy'is one that should  bloom steadily in every home. No  tare exotic can send forth such sweet  perfume nor lend such'grace, , and  beauty to a, home.,'"If all the members of.'a family -were as courteous  and' kind to each other as ,'they are  _* '.what a1 difference     'it  -es Confectionery  > aid r'.        ' -    4     >/  FKO..I  '"'    '  A. B, Siewart  Sc-ll(iik' I4��(1K��','II. I>- '  ���    A. 1\   -v   A. .11.  I.egular meetings  'on the first Wednesday of each  month, a '    '  visiting bretLern vveleom e  ,    ��� O. T. McGregor, W. M.  P-A. Ayu>s, Secretary.  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  ji. -'���_,  .*<  Moyie   Mineris'   Union j  ' 'No. 71  W. F, ofM:  Meets in McGregor hull 'every  Stilur-  diiy eve nine.     Sf'jonrning   member-.'  | are cordially ihvite'a to nttend., '  j Malcolm McNeill     Janus Roberts  'PreHiltTit,       . '       Secre'tarv  Practical Watchmaker  and Jeweller.  .Vow iroods in  \Valchos,   OlnH.;-. j,!M.fci  .uici   Pljito.'.   Inspection   Ii-Yj-..^   ^  t i  Jewellery bc'pairljuoiH   THE' DAYBIGHT STORg ���  MOYIE.   ; '  '," '���        All K- ,aiM guara,.^,,]'.     '  S      - ��� '    ' ���' -i^'     , - ��  i>, '    '    x       Cfe /-   ��*f ��� -���   '      % 1'        **  ff    y* ��� ^ *��j "w/ -^t/^^4 ��� .- J����g��5><,  ��>-       t-  f     -vAl'  '^-Lffi-    *d .W-^      *'r '^^Sf^! ��� i<"-  pajOTB      ������-"Aip3gi   firm   never, 'spent   a       'pj,^'  H     d,llar'hi'd,Ioyic   nor   never,   will. Seattle has-been bu.y ^apprehend-J'tneir.  Jives     fo." their   wives  i known,    men     who .would  lay down  a,lmos't",hAV-  W&&    "~'7  *"'"? " 7""-;'   "'"''  .'-"", ui- me pi��- .vveel..    la  one   day," i i't:s oi apopie.vv over a button off   'a  SH:**!8m '   ��.v r.ij^i-. i/. ii,-ri,f. i,;u   ;ic.'�����-,'���1/m,_ol     , .   ;** ' .   .   . ��� "    i shirt oi  a mi..Iaid nnncr.     There are  polic-    deparbmen.  ������ of'!   IL is'the ��� little fores that destroy  ! the, vines in-    h'ome life.   '    We have  and  Tlie Waive       "''  Icecream: Parlor.  >      'now: open  Drewry Building-'. '  MliS. L.*_l. IIORXE, Prop.  Harvey,,    McCarter ,&  ��� Macdonald. ���  ��� Barristers, Solieitoi's.'Xolariee,' Etc.;  Cranbrook,   - ,-  'B. G.  W. F.. GURD; i    -  ' ' *     i  _      BAHItlSTKK/'.OtlCITQIE,  t*TC.  f      ,i   ���    ,"",  ������---- ���- at ^c stake I   cn'.vxuoooK i.i\d niaTRrn-  n'.  for their husbands,  but who'bavc an { of souniKK.v divis.on'kas.?Ku&i  .ihi-nc-*-.   iiiu.n,iorin,,<.'i,oi,;i ,���r,;. :__l        , "... uinaitutAsi  MJUJ  Mi ��o vcr bought  a meal   nor  a  suit ���' persons who had  paid   fees   rani?- I ft!r Uieir husbands,  but who'bavc an  *&P Ur diAn ������ ��� ' ''ii,1   ���,  "      "               ���    d        l '                       ,   A    ,                    h .  almost  unconscious 'habit 'of '.laccin-'  m ofclolh9SV1y,,,^1C'   ��r   ncver   ^ I ing from   $1.00   to  $.'300   for   jobs J-'thc   po,or man,      from    morriin^.nT  Il ^cPied a  duj>r  in  an   enterprise j 6hftt    were  no v^r  received.     'Bv|mg,U-    '^"f g��' '"^ it?  fel- .t���tH;'^"1,:1 >"e(-t" fhQ   'tb"'"'I mean.; of aHunog advertisement i     ",n     ���/'     f,     ,    ,] ���<'���'  fip npvoV h,lp,d to build 'a .'siJe^alk    , dozen ^eaeies   seem    .o  have IrI?.. St ST't^^ ?.St�� hSd'J  f?��' pr put up a dollar   for   a  eelebra-   been doini.'a ' land nfTin'��   h,U;naeB !^5^l crn'cuddlh ih9 Httlc ones  '    .NOTICE* ' )     I i  u '   ������ /    r  ��K   I.AKD   UISTRICT,_pr-..I.ICTJ:  CRXSBROOK.  B. C  IP  KJ-'K     or put up a dollar   for  a  eelebra-  ; lion, never "paid   a  month'.s office  it��    rent or r-rmtribated a dollar  to  a  , '_ .       ,,     ' *       i  c1i\iit*-ble.-purpose.     Jb  cares not'  whether Moyie1 is irf'Easb   Ivoote-  hPP'i dnino. n ' T..,.ri need   i   ' ��� .&ins<, "ia, can'cuddle the little ones  pee j doing a   laud office   business * nitft best,     to - mamma, 'and 'smooth  out the tangles in the dom'ertic skein  among"..-, -vcomers.  Coming Events.  fwh?n  thiiiRs get twisted; 'd;ii-ls    that  I father takes    comfort in for   r some  li&l ItlCT}  1TKVAY. I    *-' ,'      '    ; ^  TAKE NOTICE ,tl.al    Hobert   Ciimi.hi'll   -of j DR. . E."  Bd   MILES  ��IOvi.Ii4.c.oc(:ii1.atIoii,Mcrcli.l.il.   lilted, lo' " ' *"'  Hpply.i'or pernnssion to uurchus. tl.e f )llo��'iiiK  licscnbc-d lauds:     '   ' <   ��� '  Commoii'ciii-n�� a post j/liinled 'on thc'dvcsi  douiidary of Lot No. 2:7,1, th_ii.'_ -.ve.ud,, 20  t-lmlns;-tli.iice soiitli -10 ��'i_!us:ictli;.nt\- .ea..t 20  cliain- more or ,U----s to tie South We-1. corner  of Lot fs'-.2^70. tliiMibe North' .ilonj' .reS. boiin'  dury of L��t No.'2375,to place of coiiiii:fiic;eui_m,  -Outniui-j,5-u_re_"!no.. or lt-i-,  Cranbrook, , B,  C.  S&    nvy, in the   Klondvke  of   in  hell-     ��� . ���;���  'slffi'   -. A  <     v   . --."  PW'. - J"st f-o long as lb  can   get  a  few'     Westm-ii l^derf  (convention, Djiver.'JAilv p'sh        ,.      --   ---.-   -���  -   ���*    ���        "       '    "    ''     i mg machines, and their mothers  ri'.^.l-.-s,,,,..-.^..-  ���' MJ,. l      i-  brothers arc proud  of for. something;   a^ r''-n. .May.31 st, iho..   >  thing .better  than   .beauty,  and"   big^     ' A '      . KfitntTcuiriiEiL  ''  that, outranks  the abilitv to  leadine,  ���   .'  a dude.,       '   ,      '  W     " .  $'&&'  .   ' '.  ?*._-   " oi'ders from  here.  Greorg-e H "Thompson, ���'"  ".    Uaukistki.,   Solicitor  'iVOTAKY PuklC���i.C.y  CRA-NTfROOK,"  6    '���-  ation   of, Miners!'. I'fnw'  many    c.'nklrcn ."'know   .heir     ''     <      A     ,   *V0T;CE,'.,  ,.     s  ! fathers bnlv ^as anxious,' monev-mak-   -ttRA"_3itooi. '.r;..xn iustrtut. Di-.T*^Tr-r 1   " as    Ol'l...-. rKOOTEEAY.      'A       '     ''      ' "   W.   R.w BE ATT Y'  TAKK'uoilee (lint    Lliirnbiion   M|UInS  com  'JPitmsH Columbia,  Xargft (portmoiiL" .,( Go-Carts im'jd' Baby Carriages.  : ,,lricc3 Troni/So up. /    ���    ;  , CorOperalive   f Stores  j��:  Em'laliner and Undertaker,  n ibic- a,o coupons clip,*? from \    C,^ry ' E^ibUbn",'   Jtdl ^h i^^olh^ i^ajt^^^li-  the bond? of matrimony. ; t .   lKh. ; va,|,  ^VIJ-h other     girl'  brothers, too,  ,'  ' T".      "' !     ir'lsonic prt-aud   lodge',   V-mcon  He   who    dieMfc    had    other-, j ver, Juuc> 17th.  ���soci-ilii  h\rdly   ever   sojuil   him- i   - _.  seU-  ,!._. ' ! Seattle Fair Is Popular.  A mm   reap,   win1-    ]10    sow.-;  bub   tli3   woaiati 'sevV:  rip-*.  wli.ib   she  The  Al.-i-ka-Vtil.on-p.u-iiic   E_-  she is in company, for ihe sham is  easily detected. " She must be pleasant and "bon comrade," as the  Kicnch say, all the time, then the  other boys-will want to find'out for  Inemselvcs why her brothers like to  he with her.  .__ ��� -rtn.^.ei     ��/o      111 I I. in tj  ���v. .-t from thu Nnrlh  Kl.sl corner of s.u'd  1.,  f? .  ,        , . '    , .     ,Go-i! thencu' vjnth  11ik-(-ieeR.-   minutes ��.---  gill     Who     IS   a   favorite  with   -��lo��*t Kast boundi.r}  r.f^..l.otTW'   il'M   fm'1  tlicn.'C Kasl :��j feu. to ���.t. hlKll ������,,;,. 7Vlnrk  ���/  .���,   4,    ,     .        <-: .",- '.   -",    luwer Movie   lake  IIilik.  follo.Mi,^  ihe J,|..i,  but theie is no use in a Kirl tryme; to   ��*'*��<-r "i^k of lower u.nie i.,��� ��� ���i a u..ri',,.ri ���'  he nice with .her brothers lust    when  '��-e-tkm,. dwtauc.of i.u_. fP.tA,,���ro or i_��s  .CRajV BROOK  oyie  ���  H.   G. GARRETT,  SOLIG'ITOfl.   KOTAHY   PUBLIC,   E'l C.  CRANBROOK. .  -position ha- jumped i���bo popular- j    '        . THE WORD  "WIFE "  cj oyleip3 and bounds from   the1    Wiat    'Io .you   . thing the beautiful  1-      ���       .,, , moment the gates   onened   f-o   fli��r,vonl     "w'ifc"    comes     from?.  ,\Yife  ��K^ '-erniewill sp nul $10,00) in  im-   (,,;bilc1,ip    *       .   ��pen;(l   to, tlie means "weaver." You    must     be  ffl%���l     ��n^.,-       1 . ���     _      , . P'io.1- the   morning   of   June    1.  cither    -housewives      or housennths  m$  ��� {>r?V,nB ^ 8trpeta   tbl5   -ummer- !'r^ first day'., count showed that! "omembcr that,  in     t��ho S seise,"  fef    '^--i^alwiysp.o.ro.-ive. , -nore than   Linety   thousand   per- !and ^S^\^? T'icS^^  I ,ons      l��*'d     piF.sed   through   the ' ancl  1,nnH: t,hcrri ^o  decay.     AVhevevc  ranbrook has!'-?itos.    S.nce the op��nine'the   at  ^ iUU\ Vlfc COn"lcs' , homc is ahv^'  r,��^.,,w     1        1 A ��� at"Airound  her.      The stars may be ovc  J. D. Mcn.idedE ('  1  ft* 111 .      1 ���             ', '                                             f���\^,.       1        ,            ,.            ���         at"Airound  her.      The stars may be ov.  i-W employ  ono   of   the   nnst   cLncanee has been   far  above   all her   head,   the glov.'-worm     in     tl  idf (Jrigiualad. writers in   Cnnad.-    ' I <:'Xp 'cULioi1c:* or   o.timites   made klfl'yf,^85 "-ay Ve lhc,fil? !  0W '                     -���..._   _                      I'^y. exposition    1 speits   based  on                 '                 C 1S       cre shc is'  WM r: ���.������,-,..,./" ..        . |Llie P^U'dation ofds.-at le and  the '    -Wherever  . s  may be over  the  at  . ....     ...,4.v;    \ji      JU-J.  o point of o-unmeneemuit,   coumluUig   1.73  acre, tuoie or I__s. -��� *  'CAMBISIAN  MIXING CO-WAXY LIM1TKD  .     (NON I'KllaONxr. LKkii.ity)  OI:as. A. MucKav, Asent  Uute33tli April, 1909.  Excursion Rates  'As made by (lie 'present lirowor i.s admitfcdlv tho i  _ ��r6t IJeei 'in Mast Kootenay.' \Viih the Best Malt $  jniul the Purest a pi ing Water it ia unoxcellwl  for ��  j'luality.    Insist on having .Moyie Beer.  BOTTLED AND DRA'FT BEER  9  AtAlOYlT., over P i stbflice, Tues  day afternoon   and"   Wednesday |  morning every week. .  ^y.il.u  r\  fd  I  L/ w i  ,.       ���-,-.,. ! Uie P0iJ"hiLion of .S.-at le and  the  limni.e U.irkin say.   tl ab   buy    surrouiuling c mnt ry. 1    Although  housekeeping   and     home-   :  making  are  the  most  important     of  W-dl    1VU.  U  J     - ;��" things   yet they are sought   after  Well    IVl*._ched. ,111c very   least.        Girls get mamod  -vr.... ,     ,w    .,               ���., Awh?   ''",    ��">t   know bow   to make a  Ai_iul��� Do i b    vou    tliml.- i.u^,.   loai  of  bread  or boil  a potato,  ing  a   di'nik   for  a  ba>-binder  i  like paying a conductor's fate.  The ('. 1  dnry    a  - -                              j,r.,nl     iw,   '.-                .,-   , ',     -    V.    "ot   "now liow   to make a  ,,>-..       ,.     ���                ,Mc.ul-Do,b    you    think they   >����ai  of  bread  or boil  a potato      cv-  . I., l*- giving the Bonn-!; aro wvil m adiedj1. J)_cimg  somehow  that  these     things  S inday     train    service.'     -Mary ���It i ther        JI./o    ,. .      ���   'Ad'"takf' ,    <-a,re   of   themselves,   and  ***  feU     Should have h v.d it. long ago.  -_5��r .. ���'  IV'1  f It his baen sii.I that  "th-.  man !  toiian and shed, a gm��s uid iw.  XEIGIlUOItS.  lis ignorance, knowing too that the  yieait   and  stomach    of   man  arc     bo  niendlv' lliat they cannot be separal-  M'd.      I<r���0iance cannot  be'made fdiss  in  housekeeping,  and   theie is no sur  MOYIE  TO  Seattle  $25.00  :'.a��  n  ��:  liP�� *  SV**  I  i  'feJtfS47At-  id  !Afi.  "��             ������"�����mi- Lauiiou ne maue tiiiss  \vh->  died   and    Idt    Ids    fanrlv '    "      s"fl    "t-ighhor is alwav.     fi.n   '"  lHH,sc'k('c,l)1I1K. -'">d  theie is no sur-  b    ">"'-    desiialile    of     |)('S.'��L "' ,va"  (,) loi(i   the icspcct of a luis-  Ljuiothinj.,   did    nob    die.    lis    ab-   t�� oufth   n,    some   cases   'tiV,. ? KA, f ,   lja"J  lhan  lo  sI1oil  Ida  dinner.       II,,  Hse-ukd." " ':;1,1;;:; ''- ����'hr-csl���n���e,��.     What con-  ^ "L  U,MV(J lonS <"> purely a love  |_gi&_. ---   -.-     -- ytitnies a  good   neighbor is  also   fie-  ���^ .qtui.Mj- n,is,.,.,stu,e,l,   although      the    in il   ne-vsp-pM'    philoso  \';:!,:1'11 ;'rdi('V''',tlo,,r('f ^ ^rm 1Si the    .UhrM   ^c ]^<     about us and con-  ii) girl   U  han'.V wii'h "I i.i"''^d whcAlsd fJ',cn(J!>" without  be-  s'der'i,IC  happiness   that' exists,    the  ii-ippy   with;   yg..^'1'oiis,   helpful     without   -tdng ��� families .   that have ' come tovgricf-  Mu.-.Kio   t:>   love   aiKl!,'!i"1.Wil;;j!>AsO-and  finally,  one who ,S0I,1(: f'"om  misfortune,;    some     from  to u^p     '������    ' ���'������ww,;^^  e" !'i^ who-die-voting,  before  ".-���*���-:.-:-    . -       ' " t ; S.r ���     -yC,r-���    ��� -'"' "'1  lay comes'    when they   -no  I'lcku. kefq ai'Al,,,-,- ; ��������    im     'ii,, AW" V      -n!" shl,or    is not always  IonSr'r r"Ki  Pleasure in  their children  nckp.  kefs.ue.b..,y ui ^oiltle. :    '���   UM'f!;l  neighbor,  yet'each  in    her-^'X'  the    only    ones     who  die  happy'  W<-     woi,UA Hd.vi-o   .������!��� -MoyioA,r   Jv^f>K^1,   ���,.".,fl11"-',ic.��,s' to exert  (<>uhl Abe  mother  who  fondly, clasps  ?.      ,    ^     ,         A          . ^      -d,:,   V'l!,Av    lK,'f''f,CI;M.   conscarenccs.  ,lr'' infnnt in her arms,   the idol   : of  friend, to   hang, o itry thomse'lves ,A ���''", a "'i'^Uu-tic  ru-igii/nori is-also     a   '"''"  h��'art,  and   ohject of  her  lendcr-  When fikincr ,-��� -fh��� p  ���   ��� U"P'"ai. one -.hut. she. has to cxrrcise (-sl; devotion, ' while shc    p.favs with-  Wicn taking ,in .th-.. f���r. ;    , ,t..,,u���us' tact, ' lest her solacing in-  out erasing for     ,)iH life to^iVsJared   .  , ."���;nr-e rimy   occasion-. 11 v" ] e overdone .th;it,lie   may   continue   a   consolation  Thpv ��.'p nlron i���        ��� t.- 4!    .    '                 "'  at "n,-"ncly periods.    Tlie   ,0  her  ami prop-    for  old  ace  could  Uk.j aienhealy   ge'tmg their .������.".p-'i-silMn ncigbho,- is ;i,\v;,ys ;t rtrnaf,  she foresee the' .future or.that'S  hosiii-aA in  slinpe   add   prep u���_���_��� ! ���,?���',';,���'���?!A��'^  w,,IV'A<he reach of her vihi^h     is so    wisely     hid from her!  I   ipumj. 1 i��|iii.'j live cuiiosify, .;as she -docs not t-bula she see him or her overburden  '_J 1  i  JULIUS   MUELLER, PROP.  MOYIE, DE3. O,  GENTLEMEN���  if vou want  a   .stylish,   up  to dale tailor mafic suit, call  and inspect our spring goods'  liuiore ordering elsewhere.  We  guarantee all  Our Work.  Tickes on sale daily, May   29th      Gleaning,.       repairing and  I MOYIE    HOTEL 1  | P. F. J 017 ^S TO A' , *  | This Hotel is New and well Furnished   The I  I      . Tables are Supplied with the Best the f  S        fT^rice\a50rds- The Bar is Pilled with I  g        thei^est Brands of Liquors and Gigais  |      '        HEADQUARTERS   FOR  COKMKRCIAL '  I  Mi.i.ic _        AND MINING MEN ,  �� * ~ ~' IWtJTIIII cnn ^IIIM   #  *��r����e3������� ��coc ec��c ��c���� es��c &������ m�� �� 99C ��ecc <_�������. ������������: ����������  Corresponding rak>;5 froin  other points  ^  Oct.   I4th.  Final return limit 15 days, but  d not later than Oct 31st.  Liberal   Stopovers: Allowed  ������������a*   lur a ''.-.if,- an-1   sane"    Fourth  J11I3' ia the' (.Ai.itei'l  Sratis.  Prenii  r   .M.-ihddi  i.s  ' i o  11..,,,.. i.���    , ���''.������ " v.v.i.-,  ,Hib - "... ��v.i4 linn  (j_  jit-j.  uvuLnuracn-  >!'A',-,-    A (?,���,.      ,'  ,a"y    1Iltuiilv��  respect  ��I or disgraced, poverty stricken and,  ....  jfoi     othPis--   feehriiis    ns recards   the ��� friendless,'     uhe  or  insane,   a Avortli- d  plm-I.M.nr-c of -personal  aHairs  to'   -an h-.ss vagalmnd,  or    a debauched  , mil-  i   "n,   ''.';,,   i . . ���    ���    '���'    li("!air(d   way flown in the dregs -of  vi-P '-.ll     ,.i'-i 1'   '   a,"    mos-t rosP,,cfc��-     of society,  or a    way     up in  tbe scum,  yi,. 1,   .1    ,���.1PIhors.   however,   is     the    one   would   not a ehar.Kc  come  o'er    -the  I'-t-K-oterny   i-o-nei 'time    this:,',''      'l^yi\ s/K'aI,r;  ^���11  of  every-  spirit-nr her <!renms,'Awould shc not  ,     A/'W   v.,10   denies  the. Invest share  more  fully - realize  that  life  is.     only  (l  Iier Kviinatlnes  to'her own pnairs.   yal'-ahle   as  it      is   well   siient       atul  is  ehiiry  of  adinuMsfennir  unsolicited   while, she  i.s pravinp;  for life to last  .���'dviee,   a a, I   v.Ikj   always   waits   imt'l  nrnv also with greater fervency " for'  '  "������-  ���- Ai/'i",   sodiil.jnid    useful  capacities  are liis    protection      from  the    soul.'des-  I'Jio N-.-iLh    -..'Vica-i   u-'ii.  ��.,iui   r,''."'��!^l.  ��'k!    never   renders  herself   troying  things of the world:   '  ��� '''i-n   -v.i.ui!)   uai   FCii.pt. fib'���.mis even-in her most .s-fiinr,iin,. f.f_;. ,   :    ���  ''���"���is al   ['.iu--. ing   to l;e a good. neiv_;ii-      The  KovhI  Hank !i;:.s  let ��  contract  'td.' . '...''���   -'.'f*-.!' a nc.v  building in  Grand Forks..  ���Vov complete imfurmation apply  to Ajfents. or   wiite  J-!'. I'llOCTOIl,  ' " n- J>- A., Calgary.  pressing done.  Prices Right.  CI FOOTE  Merchant Tailor.  MOYIE, B. C  ART 1  PICTURES  AND  PICTURE  ifRAMINGj  THE PHOTOGRAPHER  SUCCESSOR   TO  PREST PHOTO  CD.  r   WE    ,  SPECIALIZE;  BRANCHES  Ifflo&ptnl  CRANBROOK  -WfHI.���  11  .ear  111 nith.    It is td !.���(' hrijiud   J)C   u'ili   '.  not a,'ain pass up ."\ioyu  ���' at pen].lo went .lnig�� over a  i' iy  |''i,'����y^>^W*ti^^��^f;yj*^^'-.��  LWYER,  AM)  -rAKKK  :i:ii  l.'4-yri VE SIOIUCS  ��1S8ADI.NIKI-     nuos.    ,-,,,���.  hurgo Aample 'room i��� connection  wHhliou.sc for coimnerci,,] men. ,-(Jb|  of aocommodation.  Haiulriunrtere   for   Com-.  "���erciiilan.lAlinn.j.^,,.^;  Q'lKE.VI.   AVKNirK,  General Contractors, Builders  and Repairers  J-'-liinale.A Cheerfully .Funiiwliyd,'  Moyie, B. C.  _ �� 5 �� �� @��-i A ������ <f 6 C  a..:  ���Jf ��������'w.  ihrJ *W*  never  "vltiuld  '."jf31"3  " gather  I'tfwa-  f il a  ���*���-,  f\   ��ountr  .W.K'nj  ^periile  "Kfe th  tWcnt**  *^s  the inn  '���-���:  not hn  ���Br"-1! to  V.-_ow  luz/.'.m  gave it  ir,  n-  cat 1 ie-'  War t  the --nl  while  fcr (i���  o el(\ k  -Uinpr-,  Woik-1  flu eye  '> mot  ft'i 11111  t'mtin:  Ma  sri  Wjuk'  , j-F11'   1"  H' *'  %1glllU  ���;)      Cop j  y hi\t  iioiin i  4  k <fo,.nd  Ml 111,  j,,,  *to I,,,,  iltsp ,|-  ^ft S|||(1,  \tllp I-  J'Uk  5|y ov  ��tMi)jjt  '^tl)|U  I MO     ���  s      I Oil  ' ff"n Ht  4    *-itf atl, .  v <li 1 ,  4.4  ?ifoiikiii ii m ■rj^jrwa^
-.i'l^-En-ed by A« r. Sigafoo.<, of Denver, j "*»«««able prja-v   A few of our ''j'e.-rl^s Idlers
"     "' * " ■ ,llakC" "10rC br''a<i' '""• ^"^ »"-eart than any other notion the markt-t; Victoria
Elf New Rock Driller.
_K"^.A*__L|(1 (j(Jioi'ftcl  there    i.  consider
>----»_ftble talk over a new r0-.-k drilling
f^SSfegarbiiio.   This  machine  was
" War
&,^0Di,' a-'-'O'da-ted with many eastern
|&j^a,"i,i*..ctur'er.s nntii late, when he
'" '""ri'ed hi*> mind, and labor to
^-t'^-fflrd-i vresterd mining fields. Mr.
i.'^igfgaf^os built his first model three
fc-Sffijxv^ ago and until the present
A"-j^clty h' i** on exhibition in his"
■-V-H^Sic''-. J.ven this little working
-sjl-S-bdel, barely two' feet  long,  has
'4Wtf'" l"'11"0"*?'*1 S0,i<1 g™n»te ,0'iite
*''.wi*a-ily  and  determined.y  as  a'
ywngry earth worm,
im.irlyih  January  of  this year
J-jfe   firbfc    regular-s.Ked   machine,
*|,, constructed in the  East  and]
Ipped complete to  Georgetown,
|l., where the first contract was j
.and    its    bahaviour   eagerly j
St'dic'l.      The,   utmost' secretly
Is observed  for  the ,/irst  trial,
ad    the  reporter 'was extremely
rtuniito inbeing alfoived towit-
Sjs-, the tost.,.   In  every  instance
rotary proved ,ita  valne and
wpe up to the highupt ,expecta'-„
5ns.    Sir. Sigafoo's stand,  ready
take     contracts  , with     hi.s,;
-chine in any and all, rock,  and
-' ,    '    .     '   j *      '' ' ■
111 guarantee.to cut'five feet an
tight', twenty-four hours a day.-'
?iie\ ^machine  complete,   ready
.work, weighs1,29 ton?,   and   its
jgth is slightly in   excess  of. 18
5t.   .This huge frame' .holds  ten
ishiiig  lieads,  each  carried   on
el inch   horizontal , shaft .and
Srking on tha same principle  as
stamp mill, with   the  exception j
it the blows a'regiven with tlio j
"of springs instead of 'force .of
ivity.' The entire"fore "part of
machine  revolves, as-itcuts,
ji-,  cutting  a   full,  clean  bore,
the muck   being   flushed,^ from
It'iunel by means  of a' 3-inch
- -pun , IC
vsf|<?'un of water,   carried   directly
i I
i |
.'    t™ Vtfi
\   J    „A"_-L
j Shore -ul.hiw    Vk t. havt. ou hami a ffesh stof>fe of 11JM)eiM.dWe V(;rch;ln(fise„ "al
are; J'uriiv   flOur, guai ran _(__._
 ....4, v.- u,,-a.,, «,,„ IK-uer J.rearl than auv othc
eross coffee- an. teas; J»wrl,.ss Brand canned «o»ds; Sue-hard's cocoa-a .d chocolate
IKudc|iiarlcrs for fre.h d lirj  products, fruit and vegetables, etc.   ,
^wiiJU-r that our lJiabg,a)jetfotM,Si   reasonable   prices,   efficient   ser. ice
pioiiun de-.ivery, together with „„r giinnitce of'all article-; sol.L will wrclv    1,
i ldiieeinciii f<
ir you to leave .soar or.len, with
Crowe Bros. & Co.
Good roornp, good tables and bar
aud   <ir3t class sample roo-ns.
A .
*  t
Wm. Jewell
, Express and General Delivery Business. :; Livery and
Feed Stable.
Tor Sale
Mr.- Printer :—•  ,   ' • , * '''',.,
.,,; „ *» ' u ' , ' ' ^^^0 clip the above'fro.m last
.week'sissue of, tlie Leader, and in .this respect wi-.li W
to sfiyilia(. if you vrill tell your readers (his week .^
that,wo carry a large slock of' paint allVr-eady •fo'r"'"^
tJiO/jGrvish and -that we will 'mail a 'color card 'oii.'f
.request;."why— well—j't migbtcihelp. some.      . •, •.  '
Leave Orders at
dGwynne'd Store.'
BiUish C-.u'i-ibia
D. McBride
Hardware „
I-^^-fe^:'^^^* ^J?*-^* ^<_
SEXD.YOUJt    -.VOliK   TO.'JHJ-
LAtiNDRY.   ' ;
r .
, ■   '     .     ■   NELSoif   '      *      "
1      " '   ' i
, 'All-White Labor."    .
r 'In Alberta   •
'i '        '
. JS3 acres of land,, three and ln
half miles from Pinchor -Station.-
Two room house,and a, log stable
on land. _0 acres under cultivation. 1(50 acres ;fenced"and cross
fencedd ' > , < ■
y - '    .*;$i5d ',
Lot on Tavistock street, near
Flatiron building/, Gootl"business
or re'sident'ialri3foperty.
Rev. Alex Dunn.;
l-ough    theft  machine  under
nd- |
.."-'mail nOBKle-?.'
P.ev. Alex Dunn, the-first; Pres-
, .    , .  .   it        ,,  . byterian • minister'   in  "Moyie.  is
nd_ pressure and fed  .through,!  i r c "     I        ,:„ji:„„ -
1       - - v--    y • now professor of western .civiliza
..... 4l_ _ .
lie Needle's Eye,
lia*    IjCowo -'. almost  beggared1
■•L'lf'. before"    he    discovered
£,  '*,wj_ero tire" eye offcho  needle  of a
y.''"ee|'ing machine should'be located.
Fiji original  idea   was   to  follow
1 lb* m
tion,\ in .the, college of Indore,
Cndia- .After,' leaving here, and
"before "' going, to India, he was
stationed at Fernie for several
years.."Iua letter, tq.'ntho.'>editor
of the 'F.i'niq'liVoe IVess ho says:'''
."Jiidia   i^,Aat 'great' big ' p itient
St.d Joseph's   Convent.
^KBLSOS, B. C. '    , ,
.boarding arid Day. School, coaduct-
cilhy tlie^Siat'ers of.St. Josoph, Nelson
' .      «      « .      f '      . "
B.   C.     Commercial    and    bu-iaesf'
'     '       *. ',
courses a  specialty.' Excellence  and
swilt  progrns-  charactenize  each  de-_
partmertt'.    Parent's   should   write''' for
particulars.   One month  assures  the
public,     ■   th-Athoroughnc-s, of   the
Sisters' methods   of teaching.    Terms
Loave work with the    local agent
,   A, B.. STEWART .
•"   '    .$850
.'    * ' m '
Corner, lot on 'Victoria ' street
| and Queen's avenue, Ksat busi-
J.ness cornfe-' in town.
0. F.' Dl-SAULX'JEJt
country,,  very   much  apparently   commence'Januarv.   April   and.Sert
likeits  own   cows.     The   land   is \ „ , i<_.._-.i _,._^.__._ »'      "    '
full of mystery'. ' Id's full  of god.
odel of the ordinary  needle-j a;mi Godkins bub we don't'tinder-
f ,aii& have tho eye^t the  heel.     Itjatadd   that either.    , It's ' full/of
fupils^.-irG adinittcd dunac term.
never    occurred    to  biiu  that  it ("palaces and terup.e3.    Tfc's  full 'of
Queens. Ave..'   'MOYIE
:5\'fj. Steam Laundry
CRAXBllOOK.'    ' *
$300 .-'-
Lot between P. Burns -and
ward Lee's rooming, house.
celient'location.   "' * ,
^'        '
;VS ''   r
. ^i
- ,y3\
■  , r   • ,1f
It w'ni'he tlio 'Orcatc-sJ. Cul-.'bia,!.ioK
■<i\av lield in Uk* KootonavB."'
$1,250   . a
Pifty„seven acres of .land  n'pac
town,,1 considerable , good  timber
on it.
lt "   $1,920
100 acres of fand   ia
IN -PRIZESd\". $i#00'
tho   Moyie j
"j'-Cmld be y-aeed   near tho   poiut,
j"   and he might   havo' failed   alto-
Bather if he had not dreamed that
I'BAva-* building.a,sawing machine
hovels built of suudried mud. ' i&'b
fall of scholars whose  philosophy
h\s < taught    all    the Germ in  is1
i!unons for aud ic's full of  snivel-
fjr.1 savage king iu a strange jj:ng snpsrstitions. Tho Indian
ti «a_ntry. Just as in his actual im-lud is full of« tha idea of the
.w'M.ing experience be was rath.r absolute and that it, is all aud
rperplexed about tho needle's eye. yet under ev-erj'green tree stands
Kb thiuugh theo king gave" him a uightmire compelling stone 01
tiventy-f.iur hours to .complete wooden god sma.ared with red
the nifichine'and make it sow, Itjnaint. Tiio'laud is full of slaves
not linbhed in   that  time,  death i fol. nerer alOO years pvssed   that
Gif-ourwoik a  trial  and
woik   with
.   . r   I river valley, between Curzoii'and
' j fvingsgate. $12 an aeiv. The finest
kiudoffiuit laud.     Good  wagon
> they, weren't ground uudir ch->
heel of some foreigner and yet
the laud is simply hobbling with
Indians carrying their bombs and
trembling with eagerness to
thereby give the Sihib a rapid
rocket course to Hell. Tne few
Europeans who f-ll about   among
■'Wi.-' In bo the punishment,
*'Howe worjeed aud worked and
luz/.'ml tuur pli-///.led and finallj"*
Kivcitu'p. Then ho thought he
*n.s taken out to be executed.
*r s lnticed that the warriors
canied spears thifc were pierced
Mar tlu-  head.'     Instantly   came
tbe -.'ilu-ion oE the difficulty, aud'j the dusky -i'W million hate to d-is
w»ik' the inventor was begging I testation to live here yet tin-
'<--• tim,_. jlc awoke. It was four [ "white - man's l urd n" holo
°d(\k in Lhe morning. He j them here. They hope, they long,
-Umpr-.l out of bed, ran to his.'to graft the shoot of western
*nk-hoji. and by fl a needlo with j civilization .upon the, stem of
fll ''>•■• at the point had been rude-! iudiau life and ouo d iy thoy feel
'> mnd.'h-ii. After that it was j assured of ultimite success and
„/lsJ'. Idiih is jLhe_ true story of! t)l0 next tiiey express their dis
ft' iii'li'irtant incident   in   tho   in ! oour.iguinent."
^'iiliini of the sewing machine.
"Isrit Twain on    Advertising.
11    l'ty.-.   to    advertise,"   p lid
Two   Ladies Walked Out.
fdvain at an   advertisement
, .vfi'ii:'i-s- banquet. • v      '
X{f> ^lH'ii.1 .xya.   editing, the Vir-
$ .igmiii    City.   Enterprise,   'writing
ri  ' ' COpy      (,no      da}r    an(1     m-nillg    tho
: f-'^d -j. tried to   force'   this   truth
uoiiiu ;,
mg wi
"l can not holy but  sympathiz-
i-k the men in the  audience
sitting   behind   high   hits,"  said
II.. S:   Tonipletou as. he
services    in  the
?   ".A
"    i A
i many ways. ,    •
supei'stitiij'.i*     subscriber
wro.to.   and   said    he  -liad
the Rqv.
was- beginning
Presbyterian church at Vancjuvi r
last Sunday. . "LAitil the style
clruigo?, I will ask the ladies to
their hats. The
largo  that  they
kindly   remove,
hats arc now
^W'l'l a spider in/h'U paper. Was inf.m.fero with the vision of the
-^':.^od or baa luck?- 1 replied | "lfcUtc "-,..,„,, bellin 1 them," he
yf I'"1' ,il1 ™." 'Answers (o Cor- Pei'3onrf s LlW-X™ h ,niimber
-Vc: indents'   column as follows:       continued, then gave the  »"
'»!(    Siil^-,.,.iU,...     '<:i._    ni- . ._  „.r    -ff       ..;    l.vrn.n       WUC'll     Was      bUOp.
"ftQ -i Su,JS(,|'iher—The finding of
ftc "'• ''' in your c°l'y of the K.i-
. .ii .'"'!• Wft'"",Uiithe1, good nor bad
' *.j   -^-. ' ho spider was merely look-
\-hJ)V(!r  0*r   l'xKe's   to   find   o.it
<4.'d1' 'U'indi'mt   w.is" nob  adver-
'»' that   it  could   spin   its
of    a   hymn,   which   was   sung
When ho  again   stood, yearly   to
he said:    "there
audience   hid
'tj-:       -••".■■.-.I-    w.is   not  ativer-
d'w'.h     S°  that   ifc  could   siiin   its
"fM.'o IU',,(V"S llia  dooi'<   ,ll>d   lead   a
Ttfii.wIU   ,  ""disturbed  existence!
»'    '',()|>' SALK
! -"mint i
y <li,i -
I C!("
No  <l   cook  stove,
heating   stove,   bed-
l-'diig  and 'nivttress,   fmr
tiliair.H. and
Apply     at
^^tn,;.-1"' co,lfcur''t^io,
elll -e.
begin his sermon
aro tM-o in en in t'10 .
by.orioiia-,b«.Bif they   de_.ro   to
move they m:iy." ■
'idies, wearing mon-
...„,.,-v   wi.lowi-,"   aecom-
Vheii'  s'vvains,  got   up
-fl "fL ^^StVimu that   thi.
when   it   come..
(hat   they   arc
uliboni,"      'JOU""
iHi-t«r, and then
,i!n   ""dn   "i
Two young
The Air Aristocratic
i    f
is Avhat young men arc keen for.
Q Correct dress helps a lot to achieve
<! Well made clothes are sold  everywhere.
<J Well Styled Clothes arc as rare as
White Blackbirds.
ty We stake everything on
Good Form
that's what makes Mail Attire Clothes
supreme in favor of the young men.
.J Tailored to order from $ 1 2 to $30.
*$ Money back for any reason.
*      TsiiQiyed CiotAes.
On sale by
Mrs: Sophie  Sallstrom
d Agent.
<    MOYIE, B. C.
This hotel is now under new
management, and is first- cia-ss
in every t-espect.
B. E.   TAYLOR, Mgr.
Victoria Street. AIOYIF.
road through it.
T  ¥0U1
Lot north of JNLoyie Bakery
with two buildings bringing in a
rental of $17 a month.
Lot   ou    Victoria
Clandeniug building.
street near
Football and Baseball'Games
Cranbrook Band will be in attendance
Three room
Good location,
house,  furnished.
Teians  given on
Thos. Summers
Cigar?,   Tobacco,   Fruit  and
Confectioi ery.
Victoria   St.
Three lots. Two of them
under cultivation. Small dwelling.
A bargain.   Terms given.
50   YEARS'
T. T. MeVIUto.O.K.,        V U S. H. Y. l'mkcr, C
ritovixcui. Land Survevixo^)
lt.Vir.WAY   «   -iriXING    KXGINEEItING
Estimates Furnished.
■ ■'      OFFICES    A
Fort Steele P. O. Box"25.^
Cranbrook P. P. Box 11.
S. G. Blaylock,
A. J. Flocd,
C. A. Eocte,
"Thu i
has occunt'd.n"1'
to- that  it show:
exceptionally     •*
tinned the in
gan his •■ senium
Tfyibe Marks
Ccpvricwts <tc.
Anyone sending n nks:i-li mul afwcriptlon mny
nul.-k.y iisccrtaiii our opinion./roc whether nn
liivoiilion l» prfilinhly r'>tJnt.'iAI«. ConnnunlPn.
tlonn strictlycoiilliionilal. HHiirtJ^»*:«iP'<iteiits
sent f10.5. OI.ln.it nironm for•.ociirln>rp«t«»M^-.
l'nt.'Mtfl (nkun -hrouifl. Slunii & Co. cc£«-v>
sj'rria! notice,  without c-lmree, In tlio
A Imnilsomi'lr Illustrate!! *vn«.lv-.    Ijirtes-t clr
MllNf. & Co.3BIBrD-*f?»- New Yor)
All kinds   o:
Baby   Oarria^ps,'    Go-
Carts, English Perambulators and
Coach Carts
foldtiit; go cuts.       \ <_•!-.   -v.t'Il
ooptiini.illy '<(iod v.ilu.'.
Tlie crtnnu.cC.I. \St-CdK l'.i'>> Walki'is.
11 in ^:/o .it ^1 50     Ht'.it   oui    \.i1ul-   if
you can!     Uring along your Eiil/ou   cato-
juc    and   ' let ■   us
cotn'par'e pricts. ■   We
carry GOOD (AoODS ■
cnlv. .
Chamberlain's Ooiigh Remedy
I represent three reliable Board eoinpan-
ies. Will be pleased tc
quote rates, and write
yojur policy.
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■'•-?•&■?* «v;V'
"'■ft Aii7,
'ydviAAAjfj sr
Protect the Forest.
(Ki'om ilio Cranbrook Herald.)
The iloii.    F.   .J.,Fulton", Chief Com-
ilii-sionii,   Victoria,   13.   C.': ' '
: 'Wai drier, U   L\. May 20. 1909.
.J>car Sir—We are now rapidly    ap-dnsteatl of a  barren  waste and
being nothing to hold the snow or
moistuic that nature had intended
for the purpose of providing evaporation and • distribution of moisture
during "the summer. Now that a j
wise . Providence has' provided a new j
timber     giowlh   for    us, let us take]
■caie «->Mt and improve it, and   'also j ^j|w
encourage    and      improve   the  condi- j r^3
tions that has made it ppssible     to j y*w
giow feity bushels of wheat p<?r„a.re /■"
ip   thu..province  of  Alberta  annually,    'Ji?
.|j   .pioacbing the  lime of the year when ^  - ccmditions     mentlonod   appIv!/|\v
ihe entile    province,   will    be under rquallr     to     ti;e    beautiful'" valley's-{'•"•,
gicaftfangei  of being  burnt over by nestling between      .'he   -mountainous
bush tires.'     ' Dui'ing the months     of, ranges in the interior of firitish Co- |
-fulv,    Aueust arid ''September,     the-.iiu'll}!a;. '
r *■ '       -   ]    Trusting
f&f/r ^-^yfr '^r-Af?**? -^
•^•^ i£_^^ £_£ A • i
that a     question of  as
Vealli-er as usually veiy favorable~for
•bush fues,     and it is
these months t-hat the
•destruction , of timber and other ,'ceive, at the '"'hands of our goverri-
•property .takes place.a The govern- < nient, the consideration that is merlt-
Imcnt must iiiiit sonie adequate means ed.
i_ uiuiduit^ui grcat an imp0rtance to'the peop'lerpf , ^iv
3 usually -during British Columbia ; arid our prairie LriS
_ annual wanton, provinces of Western Canada will to-I'Saw
■i* ''
.-'61 •• _*tS'j
Yours ■•very .truly,
P. Lund.
 ♦ ■
for preventing these ' tires .being
-.t-irt-d, .and some moic aggiesshe
Sand ef-cctive methods mutt be
.adopted in connection with -stopping
ithem'aftei they have'been started
.and are undei way. An increased
'number of fire wardens must be pro-
.tided     dining 'the months of     July,
August-and     September     each year. I   The   Ludgate»  syndicate will spend
the   Crows Nest {$200,000    on-   Deadman's    Island im-
ootenay  river    in' provements.
.Koo.enay'Land-1 <     	
tenay. ,  Along ^tlicj    T]ie Masonic order of' Grand .Forks
should be experienced
'Ut.sln.K-ii and lire fighters, and not
"CrH-iiary'- government ollicials. In
addition to these men, it,would," of
course, be     necessary to station fire
r.v'?^1re,awaid.PB<!i!s ,?rPctin,6 a handsome and substan-
h\c lire v aniens. lia| temple, in that city
The     provincial     govemfnent   will
supply wire fencing material to     rc-
■ wardens at     different ■   points in the ft1*00 'ii** ""I*7 ™ilcs-^"V?1    ,in
Tn.,n»'    icniar'^H     ir.r.nmtoc     onri,  oCitIlc tece.it calamitous     bush'fire be-'
opened late in the fall.
It ,will be
more isolated localities, such as1
Wasa, Windermere, and one south of
'the Crows ,A"est Pass on Gold Cicek,
Wei," the Yahk rivers. ' In 'addition,, to
■fT-iesc 'firo -' wardens, every'provhicial
j})6lice-_*hould take, some responsibility
in connection witli 'this matter.1 • o,
I    Avould     consider it     wise that
twce,n Endcrby and Mara.
The body of.Henry Richard Brown,
a Cariboo, hunter, was found lying in
the snow a mile and a half from his
home with a gunshot wound entering
        -      at',the side of his breast "and leaving
every person,'or persons, entering l/ho the body at the neck.     As ,the dead
.timber   areas of     J_.ri-.sh', Columbia j man's 'snowshoes were on his feet an
.   during these hot'summer'months for (accidental death is> certain io explain
' vany purpose, whether it'is a cruising,'the case. - c  ^  ",
'party,   prospector  .fislicrtnan,' '.limt.cr [,. ' ■■ "      ,       '   '
oi p'ieas-r.  ' seeker,    they should bet    a fine of $5 was imposed on A. J.'
«orn'pel.lcd to     obtain a permit from I Picton-Warlow,, of  North "Vancouver,
handed   them,-    and v the precautions
Lord's Day Act.     The ratepayers of
.the city refused to"take a plebiscite
v6te as to whether Sunday baseball
should be continued or not.
_» *« *   t *
necessary, thorougtriy explained
«   A s vigorous .campaign of    education
undertaken by the government, aside
fiom the arrangements ' already inen-
noned, is the only means by    which
, -bush fires will    be eliminated in   the     Th?b   -Armour &    Co.    -the great
interior"and mountainous districts! of y*™ packers, with headquarters at
.Briti-V Columbia, iluring this season |AVh,^aE0' intend _ investing and estab-
of• the year. ' <■ '    ushing     offices in   British Colunibia,
i'Every man','woman and child living. is. indicated by the fact that their
in this - province must bctaught, representative is in this province.. W.
-first, -the absolute necessity of pre- '4-'u,.Uef. has. Just completed a tour
-i eating the   .timber giowth" of     the
\Ve    now   -have
one of the .largest stock of  fur-
niture in   South
Eastern B. C.
,We     guarantee
every        article]u
that we sell and will exchang- goods
aw  or refund money Ayhen satisfaction^ is   not" given.  .4^
■!P1I; '. •.' ^   ' '„.        " .  w
/aV        i«vite you to write or call at our. big store  in ^av
/ftS Cranbrook, and inspect  the stock   and,  compare C|V
^price, "__'.,-;•■";''   "A- *  :''-'^
wtt'-t'A  -Rn,txr'\-i.p.nni'MTti'r'W
_iMT 1 '_m~      ^^»     __#  ¥&"
"^.•>^.'>e!_'' >*_•>»_
Take notice that Paul Jensen of Curi-ou, II. C,
otfcapntlon, K_.noJi-r, nitoiKlB t'i«]i|>ly f_C I"-*r*
mission to -lurcl-ftse tho follovrins tl.«crit)ed
lands:— , c 1,        •
Commencing- at « post planted about 30
cliains from Cur/OJ In a eoutlierl.v Oinction on
nortli ude ofMoyierliertljciice south lOehaiiis:
IlieiiCH ivefct "Oi'liftsns; tlit'lice north iihont 20
chain*, to Movie river, tho-nce lollou'Ing' Mojic
river, iu an easterly direction to -mini of commencement and containing ICO acres 0/ laud
more or les--.
Dated June 8th, 1609.
Iuke notice that Albert Ilarn'liardtor Curzou,
II. C.,/«eou(,ntiyn, liauoher,' inten.ts to apply
for puruilMlou.iu purchase the folly»'in_; described laud,'—  '
Commencing at a post planted south aide of
C. P. It. Hv., ttbjul tjinlle in un easteily direction frjm Curr.on hUIioii, thence Euuth 40
chains;1 theucu iu-.t ii chaius; thence tionli
about ^ chaiiis, lo C. 1'. K. Kv; thence following-»aid I-.v, 40 elialiiR In an easterly cllrec-
tiau to point of coinineuccnieiit, aiideoulttl:Jlnj{
110 iic.'C- of luud, more or less.  ' '   ,      '
I'aUidJuue 9th, 1909.
Tal-e notice   that Alex  John  Chlaholm  of
KliiKCKate, B. C, oecupatiou,   Collector', of  If.-
if. Customs, Inletids to apph for perml>-.<r)ou  to
piireliaso thelolloMiilf desi-rlbud laiid-j.—   '•
,   CommeucJnpttta fM)ati>iariU'(i about _'_ mile*
from Curzou, B, C, in a soii.herJy dlrectDu  on
oust side of 0. J', fi. Ry., thence ivest-0 irhaJins:
thence south -10 chahm,. theiico ca»t about'7
chains toe. p, R. Ry; thence followlus, said,
Ry., 40 chains northerly :o point of coinmence
ment, and coulululng 10 acres of land more  Or
less.' ALEXANDER J.Of/N C*llfa_fOLif..
Dated June 7th,,1909.      '    .
New York—liar   silver, 50
Load $175 Copper, U'i
Loxdo-t—Lead £1«,    2s 0.1
Stock Quotations,
Consolidated Smellers
Caii'. (Joldflelils
.3 1-2
Cniuhrook Kiro Ilrlck,
Sorlh St.tr
- 8J.
Sooieiy OJrl   ,                t
iiii:;'.:■„*i. '- -
Arc You Thinki
of Buvin_r q T\,,
,faul Jensen, Agenty
I    ,   LOCAL  ASSAYS    -     |
1 r
r,,.'*j>-.?' *
1 , • t.** *<■ ■!,
'country fiom . being destroyed 'by
fires; _ second,■ the disastrous and unfortunate results that is §u.-P %o occur" 4i[ destruction of t\ie 'timber
■growth" of, the" country by'fires, is not
i. 1 might cite one .instance, which, it
giv.en the proper',study and attention,
will 'alone be conclusive evidence '' oi
1 the absolute necessity'in takina; ev>
through, the interior, and has-prepared a report on the conditions prevailing which1 he will send to his employers,	
Black, Horse Mine. 4
The first carload of ore has been
.prccautionary'ine,as'iuc   towards    -the 1 shipped •-from    tho 'Black  Horse
preservation of the  tim'bcr growth-ip \m;„„;„ *-ua ' r>.„        ,,,, '
mountainous districts ot British j mme ln the   Coei,r   d-Alenes.-over
Un UI a  fcw<= vears
ago I the new rati way, which hair just
I_rfti_.li CoJumbia was known only as been completed. The ore, it-i.
-I'/zimcral and mining-country.      The |     .. , '
•■intirtior "of the piovince at that time saicJ- rnns about 80 per cent  lead.
was oven un     by    people who   were  Considerable Black Horse stock is
looking     for mineral.     There     were'
thousands  of
through     the
for   a period     of    fifteen or twenty i ^e director*
.-oars.     The province was then hcav-  *ae aiiecwi-
prospectors -scattered\held    around    ^loyie,   and  John
mountains every year j Daly, formerly of Moyie, is one of
The office, of 'the
ily'tin.b_.-d throughout. In order
that the work ot these prospectoTS
might he facilitated,-arid that the" nature of the ground would be more
seadily ascertained, hush fires weie
evidently stalled in many places' for
this purpose,,and the high regions,
.where  theie  was not sufficient• mois,-
company has been moved recently
from Mullan to-"Wallace.
 — .3  ,
.     Drive Logs on Elk River.
Fernie    Free    Press:
The  Elk
! W'
line to give adequate protection,.the' T,,mi.0. a     .       ,
timber was entirely destroyed.     It is J-*umt,er ^°., bas been  conside
i; VrC-jl known fact, that following up ! the feasibility of taking a drive ot
•the     period     mentioned,    disastrous  ]osa   f..om    piu    i);„p.     „•„   tUa
frbshets took'place caily each spiing,   ;g\lLOm    ljIk    ll"er'    via   the
and the mountain snows were melted
during tlie first, hot days in the
.spring, and all the moisture in the
country -ian off in two or three
weeks  time,  after which the country
P" _•* ¥- V^lf' sW
t*:.*5!-{'  'we''
Kootenay   to   Nelson.       If   their
plan  i.   put  into   operation  and
proves successful it will  overcome
.   the great bugbear of driving  the
experienced droughts which prevented  p-M-  t|,D»„„;,0i„„0ui,   „j     ■,     c
•the giowlh of ordinary vegetation.     I J-lk' the aanual waste hundreds of
I am   infoiiiH-d    by stockmen     and; thousands of feet of logs that get
ranchcis, that for a'number of vears
of these gieat flics, theie was sc'aice-
ly suflicicnt moisture during the
summer months to produce vegetation)
necessary to keep the game and
'oomestic animals from starvation.
> In lat-ci years we find that' In the
inlciior of Biitish Columbia, in the
foimcr burnt and denuded districts,
-brie is a'fresh growth of jack pine,
Which has, grown very rapidly, and 1
_t'ands very thickly upon the ground
■and has now   reached the height
away during spring freshets.
•Have you Done your  Work?
The time for carrying  out  the
instructions    of   the    Moyie fire
wardens    expires  on   June   loth.
Now   the  question is,  have  you
ot j done what they told you   to   do?
Kn^tJ-1^1-   iJJJ.S.StUVl"^ 3:ou havo only   thiee   days
which       causes •   the
annual spung jin which to get busy. There is a
ircHiicts to come on later each vear.' nenaltv of ftiO iimn n™vint;n„
For example, ten or twelve years ago ' P A?      * T P conMCtion
the \yatcr in the Kootcnays were at! beto'o a .l»stice of   the   peace  foi
these   instruction".
vSf v '
li*"tf_5 -v4/ -*•(
TO v
|kf'^r^ lj
its highest between the 33th day    of! not carryin_r
•Vy arid   the HI dav'of June. During1
later ycais  these   stre.tms liavc been
at their highest between  the 1st day
of .June     and the 15th day of  June.
iu Ife sPritl'g 0{ IMS', we experienced
the highest water.mark in the Koo-
4en-ay -river' on  the 7th dav of  July,
k'act -as conditions are at present,
g&nvers are well, filled all summer,
is the timber growth increases,
vident that additional moisture
l'Tetaifie-,'1,     .and that excessive
fs in the. njiring of .the year will
ally  bo. prevented,  excepting in
fxtrcrne pases, and that the flow from
our. mountain     streams will be uniform   and     normal   throughout    'the
summer months,     whicli cannot-:   but
have     a    'desirable    effect   upon "the
country and its people.
■■ We have  frequently  heard   tlie     old
■.•ettiers find    cattle ranchers in     the
province of Alberta, proclaim  that it
would    be..impossible to     make that
province '    "
ing to
been experienced'by them in the early
days and for a number of years the
Jakes and streams had become entirely exhausted during the summer, and
that such' intense drouths had been
fxperirnced that great cracks'or fissures had been made ih the earth,
owing to lack of moisture, and during that period it was necessary fori
the limited number of     cattlemen lc-y
A   Ghost   Is   Seen.
A real live ghost has been seen
nightly; on the St.A Eugene flume
south of tiie mill. A man who
was looking after, the flume has
thrown up his job, and says he
would not work there for .f 1,000.
a-d.iy. He says ho is certain it
either a.'ghost or thedcievil.    -
Calders Are Busy.
er   Bros,  started ■ work  on
ce an agricultural district, ow-  two    new  buildings   thi.'    week
xSiS,fc^SSi^e^ ^hey are putting up a   22x21   co^
For Mr. Wells in the Farrell ad
dition.and aro putting an addi
tioh to A. Camerou'-- new house.
—  : 1   n-'
Wisaes to Thank the People.
Mrs. Lucas was down to Michel
' , , <.
the first of the week.,
The   Miners'.  "Union   meets  to-
night. ' ' - . ""
Don't forget the Miners'   Union
meeting;'tonight."     l       „
'*■         •'*■■,.        , '"   <•
. SeeFoote for up to ,date clothing and men's'furnishings. a ,<
Mrs.' Webb came over from Sil-
verton yesterday. .   ,
' , ■>* ' ( *
Lloyd Crowe was over to Wasa
the first of the week.
Rev. s.Fafcb<*r Beck tvill hold
services at Creston tomorrow."
Spuds right from the "Island"
are now being sold in' Moyie.
Wm Cliffe came over from the
Slocan this week.
Mrs.' Kempston is visiting
with friends in Cranbrook.
Mrs. Jilsmore came home yesterday from the Slocan, where
she was on a short visit.
Joe Spahr left yesterday for
Freeman, Wash., where he will
make his home.
W. II. Laird and family have
moved into their new residence
on Tavistock street,
The svater in the lake has" fallen several feet iu the last few
Julius Dietrich, an experienced
brewer of Milwaukee, has accepted a position with tbe Moyie
nugh Weir, who had bis foot
crushed quite badly several days
ago, returned from the hospital
Dr. Man- was up from Corbin
for a couple of days, and spent
most of the time with his friend,
Dr. A.sel-tine
A. L. IUrnhardt and Paul Jen-
con, prominent rancher3 in the
lower Moyie valley, were in Moyie
this week. Everything is fiourishr
iug io the valley, they   say;,
J. D, McBride was up from
Cranbrook Tuesday attending the
Aurora annual meeting, and represented several other Cranbrook
parties who are interested in the
compiny. ■ j:
The Misses Olga and E.ter
Erickson and Master Carl Eriek-
sori came,over from J.-ssland' last
week and are staying with their
father. Miss Lillie Peterson is
also here from Rossland visiting
with;; the Erickson family.
At the Churches.
There will "be  nd   services,-tomorrow.,   '      '■' •
,    C-iui.c-r'',oF ex-gland'.
Divine    Service . will    be   held
every.Monday in the Presbyterian
church at'8 p.  m.    '
.,   PHILIP C. uJLyaian,
°.   - (Vicar.)
Dr. H. E.   HALL
'     ■ ' ° j 1
,    DENTIST,    J
'    • ■ .. ' ..   ' *
The Expert Crown  and' Bridge
.    "_   Worker,   ; ,;
Office over * AUv Short's    •
.      , 4 I ' , ,
Wall - Paper'     "StoroA   ■
Armstrong Ave.1,  "    Cranbrook
Painter and
, 1
Paper Hanger.
Estimates given' on all, kinds
,   of .vorlc.    Chin be found *
at" Moyie" hotel.
y ' - " A--    A       v'   '   ,
■ , Boats "for:  hire   by    "■
■  ', - ��     1       -
'   the Hour,  Day;   or ■'
, Week ,at "reasonable',.'  J '
, prices.       "    ;        .,!  \
Canoes, Peterboroii^hs
and Skiffs, y, ' \
'* ,"     - ■     ,'  ' i j~
' GEO, ROUTH, Mgr.
'    -_ ""■ j*.
Morning Sacvico 11 a.,m. . Subject: "Letting one's Light Shine."
-Evading Service 7:30 p. ■«_. Subject: ''Why Study the Bible and
How." Sabbath school 3 p. m.
Make, yourself acquainted with
the new pastor.
•      Rev. J. W. M.LLER, B. A.
/atcd in     Alberta at that time,     to
tfilve tbeir     flocks from one district Ai,
4o. another. ;in     order    to keep them A         ,, .    - -	
f-om s'arvfn/;.     '-:'" ---;•--- ■---- ■-+«)-. kindly - assLsted^ iJu  the -jscarch"]to ',oint of ceran.en__nu.11t. and
riiis  cannot  but   he  taken   as a  (li- ' f,„. f l'1fi hnrKdr.f t,.A U,'.~tl-A-    r>i        j "0ae'rt-a 0/ land,  rjioi--_'or less.. —
niiho ,i,.t.«.r,.^.!«„ ,.i   1"   rul t^-Q ooay ot hi, brother,  Cha?. . -.      r-ir.Ri-i.-T.^vnx-
J. P.   Diamond   wishes  through
ie Leader to thankaJlthose who
cranjirook land distriot.    district
ok southern ">i vision east kootenay.
Take notice that Albert Banvhg.dt of Cur-
zon, B. C, occupation, RancU.'r, intends 10
at'plj' for permiBslou to p_.ch_3c tbe following
descrilj..'d lands :-
Coinmnncinff al a post planted south si.lo of
C. IJ. R. Ry., about \4 nillfe.n all easterly direction lroin Curzou Klation, thence south 0
chains, thence west 40 chains; thcuce r|.irth
ubput-.1 chains to C. I'.'R.Ky, thence follow--
IngBaid Ry.-lOcbaliis in nn  tasterly   dirufition
Services on Sunday at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.' Morning subject,
"Tbe Ideal Christian." Evening
subject "Holy Boldness."' Mr.
J. Thorn will sing. Sunday school
at 2:30.—Everybody invited.
The Men .in Charge.
So that all who are on committees for the Dominion Day cele7
bration may know which committees they are on, the Leader
will keep the list set and standing
for the next week or two.
Childrens' Sports—J. H. Ilawke,
Chas. A. MacKay.
Caledonian sports D. "IS. McDonald, R. Lenox, Chas. Hanna.
Aquatic sports—John Cannon:
Rowland Oamble, E. Nordman,
Alex Cameron.
Hose race—Roy Clothier, D. A.
Ayresj Jack  Donohue.
Greasy Pig—M. J. Gill,■•.Philip
Conrad, Thos. Miller. A
Advertising-F.JA Smyth, Wi
J. Feltham, If. Jackson.
Transportation—E. O. Kamm,
A. P. Macdonald, E. A. IIJJ1, S. g!
Lunch-J. II. Ilawke, John Tay-
lar,L. A. Home, W. Sullivan, K
P. Stinson, C. A. Foote. Jas.
Booze   booth—W.  J
No alum, no lime phosphates
As   every housekeeper   can, understand,'
burnt alum and sulphuric acid—the in-      ;
gredients of all alum and alum-phosphate
powders—must carry' to the food acids
t injurious to health.
Read the label.   Avoid the alum powders
John Cannon, Joe McLaren, K. D.
Stinson, E. A. Hill.
Dancing—Fred   Ege, M. Torpy,
Ed Hufct and W_a..._jullivan.
Musie-C. A.  Foote,  Jas.   Roberts, F. J. Smyth.
Grounds-A. Ferris, A.  Gil), Joe
McLaren. C. A. Foote.
Road  Work   to   Begin.
Are Your
Hands Tied?
. Does lack of traiiiinc prc-
'vent you from advancing
thousands of others have
gained better positions and
increased earnings through
the I.e. S., and there is no
reason why YOU should not
ao   the  same.    No
how    poor
$125.      -EASY, PAY.M*:xlx~
. '    F, J. SMYTH,
Agent        - - - -    Moyie
"4 A  mother's worries aro   many. ,Sho
somoiltiosnfor_rs-3 hor, own   U_!!y, i;5.
'comforts. fiecauao 0/  hor ovi rwv. __;U ,
love for ,tho child.   Sho becmn-.s trokon
,down, sleepless,  nervous,  .r^iuw. and
fcclr,   tired 'from   inoruirn;  mail  night,
-tfrmy mothers of cxpener.cCri-ink'Ji'jo.
t-1-.t at such a time- tti.y havo Iwnrc-
Ifovod, benefited and  stremrthencd and
put into proper hc..ltt- by i,.l:in? s pra.
scrip-Ion which thoir mothrjs had toi_ •
'them| wasAtho'only womaD*<J'tonlc to-bo
taknri at such times.   Dr. .J'lrrwV Ta-''
vorjto'Prescription has enjojt- an env.-
ablo reputation for over a third of a c(;a-
turyv  In all that t!mo It haMsoM more 7
largely ',In tho United Stat.-- than any
other tonic for woman'.'' nr-eds, and today its sales aro greater than ever, ,
In favor of Dr. Ptcrco'i- mi_li.incs'l-th_
frank, confiding, open, hou'ist statement
,of their fall composition, giving fcvtryln-'
grcdiont In plain Erujlibli, without (oar of
successful criticism and with confidence
that tha good sense of this aniicM mil
load thorn, to appreciate tills honorabl* ■
manner of confiding to them what th^y
'are taking into thplr stomach-- when
making use of these m^dlclnt-s.
.   , ",   0   _-LCOI.6r.IC T0.\*IC3.
- , A.GTfat many wromon foi;line tho n<vd
• Ofa-tonlcrtako. a, cocktail. \w.._'s7. cr
what'Is Just'as ba_, some ^-idf-iv adver-
tlsod compound, contalntna; a larufl pcr-
centaso of i alcohol.' ' noo-orAPltrre'i
medicines aro jruarantwd to'bo entirely-
free' from alcohol or narcotic*—made of
rooU which cannot harm the most di-II-
cato,'system but have, a wh_.i-s_mc lifc-
glvlng, .tonlc-ofliv-t. ujxin tho <.j_t.ni
.Tonics made'largely of alcohol fntcrftn*
with tho digestion of ceruiln. fowls, and-
us doaes Increoso the alcohol absorbed cfi_
IntO'lho biood-'and shrink, thp rod blood
corpascles.; As tho blood feeds thn iinrvfts
the riervci. get_mproi>cr -.otirWimont and ,,
tho mother, .bocontf-i" nervous. •■ As th.
norv-os isuffer so dtK'-s the skin. "
- 'IJetter stick" to h, hwilth-glvtrA' tonic
that has"in the past third of a c_-Uc_7
sold more widely than any other.
opex A8,Tinr. DAI". ,    '
What Dr. Plorco'.. Favorite Prescription   Is   made  of.   rts  lngn-dl.au aro.
Golden   Seal root,  Lady's Kllpr-v nv^t.
Black Cohosh root, .Unicorn n/ud-HiM   ■
Cohosh root, Chemically Pure C.h'(-fi-.W4
Hobart A. Hare, M. D., University of
Pa..' says of Golden Seal—"G.^l In all
catarrhal conditions, ns utorir;" catarrii,
loucorrhcea, etc."  Prof. John Klnfr In tho
American   T)Ispcnsatory savs  if   W?-A<
Cohosh ' root—ar-oiher  Import-mt lni:n*-
dlent In "Favorite Prescription:'' 'Urn
special affinity for the fcinalo on-ani.it Is
an efficient agent in suppn-ssi'«, Indys-
-nonorrhoca It Is sitrpttssrtl by nn M>cr
drug, being of greatest utility in irriu-
tivo  and   congestivo  condition-- of 'bu
appondages, characteriicd   by drawling
pains,, cte."
Prof. King says of Unicorn ront, "!'ivo
found this plant to powess a d.'i-.Mi-i'/
benoflcal Influenco In cases of b'-mi(i<.'
■ivlth woaliness or dull pain In tho ical.
or lumbo-sacr.il (small pf tlio hn-v"/r.v""'!
It. is ono of our most valiriM • «■•' *>.!;'•
acting as a titcTino tonic, an.1 i;r.i'Tn»v
removing 'abnormal conditions, «iiilf* al
tho samo time It Imparl. ton<\«n(- Ul!C;r
to the reproductive organs. JI- nee. U »
much used in leucorrhtxa, ai)nnorrh<m,
dysmenorrhea. \  i. .
a p4_HTict7i.A.n rnA.'B
removed by ft is tho Irrital-lliiv and <J-'-
apondency that often atU'iid-- tli'"-" trrsub-
les. . In those cases In ivhli'h l^cr'' W
pelvlc/i fullness, tho acliiii!;, lM,arins-
down organs foci «-. if tlicv would ft'fi
out 0/ the body. Its.action hero is vcty
decided."        > ' ,.
Dr. Pfcrce's Pleasant rellnt-i nirc b. >-
ousness, sick and MIIol"* li'-adru'lii', <!,-•
illness, costiveness, or <-nijstI[i:itl('M of Ui''
bowols, loss of appetite, roautl t-»ni(r»'*.
sour stomnch, windy helchinc'. "!»'-""''
burn." patn and distress aft''** ca.uw.
and kindred dorangements of thu U\er,
stomach and  bowels. ,
Persons siilijcctofl to any of tn1""
troubles slioultf never bo vndi.iut a m-»
of tho "Pleasant Pellfls" at U ''>;'• '
pro<jf of their superior ovrfllfnc' \l t:i"
truthfully bo said that tln-y •*ir,';"h';V,,
iido|)ted 11s a household remcly -*1't,'r '"• >
Iir.--t trial. .      Ml..
Ono llttlo "Pollot" ii .1 Invativ'1. .«o
aro cathartic.   They regulalc, l-',\ii:'rr'!|
and cleanse the liver, sfoinacli ai!'1 •' "''.""
As a "dinner pill." to promote.li 'A\"'vd
take one f.arli day.   To n'lleve t h" '''-'^
arising from overeating, nolhinc_'*,l''•?
ono  of   the*,   llttlo   ■IVllfts."   T"''',™
tiny, sugar-coated, antl-billou** granui'"'.
scarcely larger than imistsinl seixK        .
Or.   Pierce's   Common Soii-'o   •M","f;il
Adviser will be sent free. j>!i[kt t*"'n."'_1-.,
31 one-cont. stamps, or elotli-l"";"'1 "'[ ,
stamps.   Over loo, pagr. and I'll'-1';A.*
Address Dr. 11. V. Vlcrco, JJulUl'J. ">• >••
stances ,are, we can help you
to    gain., ■advancement    in
A force  of  men  are  here  and
nit result, of-tho destruction 0/ tim- '--       '   •
fx;r £rp.v..i_j in  the     niotin.taijis. tJicrc   "umond.
Dated June*)!!!., IW.
»a i_B_.i;7'j;ifA kxua nbr.
containii.p  are ready to  begin   work on
government"'road     which
J through the north end of to
your  spa      limej  at  gm
co.t    and   on   easy   terms.
No    books    to    buy.     Wc
S,« alId°,   «'<»   leading
trades   including   tliose   of
Correspondence Schools
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Moy,c cvory monlI  • '
Every Order   placed
,  means a satisfied customer.
Our Prices Are BigM
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