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The Moyie Leader Jun 17, 1910

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 .t^fyi/^^O^^  zft   amspg  r  jj;Do yuur eyes boilu-r 3  Consult W.  11. Wilson,  of   Cranbrook   and  gel  satis/action.  c- niojcy by ,pi:rchus-  i'l;^ yonr  TIMEPIECE   from  Wilson, the Jeweler.  MOYIE;  B. C, FRIDAY, JUNE J7. I9T0.  $2-A VKAK  @  !��  49  41  �� *  Selfishness and Happiness    I  don^t flourish, on the .same stem. THINK. YOU %  that Alexander the Great was happy as he sat on ,the ��  the borders of the Nile shedding" crocodile tears, be- ��  cause he had to retire from busiuess'as there were' no ��  more worlds for, him  to   conquer?   A   great  deal   of   2  happiness can Ixi had by Lonhig up the "system with 2  *ame,of our fresh, fruits and vegetables. Scores of f|  people are, at' least satisfied everyday with their  pur-   $  . chases at<nir JUNKSA"LE-    '��       ". r.       ,��  Campbell's for Quality,      ���  ^^3��.$9d^999����������?S��9993����(��  %.       GENERAL FLOAT        *  *     " ���    *  Charles Biessel is again in  charge of'the Snowshoe mine at  Phoenix.  Preparing for Big Day  \V  LOCAL ASSAYS  (IS  ' Typesetting machines have juBt  been installed on the Medicine  Hat^ews and the paper, will be  issued as a daily. A  Hazel wood Ice, Cream  You will fiud your friends'nl .Gwyuue's where the  best  cream'tu town is to be had. "        .   \  '       ,     i      ' i ���  (i Wynne's Hazel wood Parlor  S.toek to the amount- of half a  million dollars has already (boen  subscribed for the Winuipeg exposition which will - be held" in  1914. '      0 "  Mackenzie & Mann have ordered  an additional 2,000 grain cars and  2.'J modern.locomotives in preparation for , the grain movement  this fall. , , ,     '  =^  ; Warrii Weather Coming  1 ,-? Lime Juice,   ls>oll)e '_:. _. 50c.  Grjipt Juice, bottle 1 ��� 35c.  ,    Raspberry Viucgar^boltAc - u 30c  We carry 'only No.  1  brands of  bottled  meats,  pickles, olives, 'etc..      �� '      ,'       '  ���   ,    "'' ''    ' ' ' *     '    .    "  .r    Get - the habit.      Go to     '"'*-.  CROWEBROS. & CO.  Thirty two persona lost' their  lives in the" Montreal Herald  building last Monday hy the falling of the water tank through the  building.' ''       ���  Another meeting of the Dominion   Day   celebration , promoters  was   held   Monday    evening.    It  was a large meeting and waa  full  of enthusiasm.   The finance co'm-  minittee  reported  having' raised  about $800'by public subscription.  The   program ' committee    got  busy and arranged'prizes for  the  different events.   Here are  some  of,, them;    Aquatic   sports,  $17o]  baseball, $130: football, *I50; Cal-j  edonian   sports,   $100;   children's  $100.    Arrangeinnts;have    been  made for   the   Cranbrook   band.  I!en' Evans ,has   been  appointed  marshallfor the day.  Another meeting will < be',held  this evening at 7:30 o'clock.  f    The Moyio school will  close  on  June 30 th.   ,  Miss Elsie  Schul/.e  left  yesterday for Spokane. > ,  Thomas   Nuttal   has  Vancouver,  r  There was   a   social   dance  Morley hall last evening.  W. E.  Edwards' and   wife  I Wednesday for Spokane.  Mrs.   Rrosseau    is  from a severe illness.  ,   Mrs. Samuel Potter and son are  over from Phoenix on a' visit.  gone    to j  left;  recovering  Good Values  Cases  iirBed Spreads,,  and table Linen  Pillow  Ham.  McCartney,   merchant  of  rahk, was in town Tuesday.  The hotel liquor license "in  Greenwood has been, raised to  $S00 a year, and- the number of  licenses reduced from 12 to live.  This is the highest! liquor license  in British Columbia. i-  May Stop Big ;Fighf  Governor Gillett of California  makes the 'emphatic declaration  thac the Jeffries-Johnson fight  scheduled for July, '"ith will be  stopped.   Mayor McCarthy of San  <A. L. Houston "left ,Suuday for  his home in ,the Lardeau country.  ,' Miss Tilly McKinnoii left last  Sunday for Nelson and Silvertou;  ',' Good progress is being made on  the government.road work" south  of town.  J  KSTIKI.ESICED   ISO?  , A large shipbuilding plant for  steel,vessels is to be established  at North-Vancouver, just east of  the first narrows.., It is said that  the plant will be ready for the  construction of additional ships  for- the Canadian navy. <> The  plant will have a smelter in "con-  uection and an equipment for  the manufacture of*steel rails.  A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.  n ��� ,,    ��� , Louis Macdonald" on   Wednesday.  Francisco is equally as u emphatic 1 Jun>e jJtbi        ,     '    ,      ,     , y'  in   his  declaration that  the  big    ' ' ' ���  mill will be pulled olf.     . He says    r^Iai'lT Coutts, for some  months  he is taking no" orders   from   gov- |clie��at cl.Je Central hotel, hab gone  ernor's, and that'the, big fight will  sure  go  on."     At  the  training  to be had during the next week.      White Iionevcomb  1 quilts in large sizes, soft quality and free from d'ress-  inS> regular,Si.'50 for-<��1.10.  t     Sheets, 72 by 90, plain and hemstiched in   extra  fine soft cotton, regular $2.50 for #'1.90.  ��� Pillow slips, 40 by 42 inch, made from circular"'  pillow,cotton and hemstiched, regular 25c' .and "30c/  values for 20c! and 25c. '      ' '<  ^    Table linens," full bleached; pure Irish linen hi a  wide range of patterns, regular 50c.  4��  as  ���tis  AS  ay  values for 25c,' 40c. and 65c  MacEachern  Bealfe tSe,^"ES1^7Vroll!  .INSURANCE   and MINING'.  and INVESTMENT BROKERS.  Head Office  CRANBR00K, B.C.  Ire  Yon Particular About Style, Fit and  Comfort ?  Tf so come in and see our stock of SHOES,   none   more  complete.  SPRING SHOES  A fine line to look over but a bad line to overlook.     50c.  reduction on regular price on all shoes.  J. W. FITCH  Thomas Deasy has assumed the  duties of Indian agent on Queen  Charlotte Inlands.^ Hecatneto  British .Columbia inl185$) with the  Royal liugineers, and for 14 years  was chief of the Victoria fire de-  partment, resigning that position  to accept a similar one at Nelsou  which he filled until about two  years ago.  1.0.0. F. Grand Lodge  camps of both Jeffries and Johnson considerable anxiety is felt as  to the outcome. If the fight,cannot take plaee'in Californiait will  probably go to Reno or Salt Lake,  and'even EI'Paso, Texas, has made  a bid for it. The advance sale of  seats has been so great that the  promoters could ^take"the .fight  anywhere and make money,  Gonzaga Team Coming  To give the Moyie fans the opportunity of witnessing some  classy baseball, the local team has  secured the well known Gonzaga  team of Spokane. The game will  be at Aldridge Sunday afternoon,  and will be called at 2:30 o'clock.  The Gonzaga boys are the ama-J  teur  champions   of   Spokane,   so  to JPhocnis  x.  Spzsfir. rfz s��* rfr-ri7 .rfufc-rizjfz. jfr_rfz_rfr JzH. .rt7_-rfr .vJr. rfr -rfz_rf2_si>��_rfz. .rft. .rfz. ife i^  ���a  l  '4  4  i  1  MOVIE'S   LEADING    HOTEL.  Hotel Kootenay  The best of accommodations  for  trie Traveling  Public,  f.��.rgc and Commodious Sample Roouia.  i  1  Billiard Iloomg.  McTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors.  ^ ^nys ^s-tjs: ^i-i^s-iyn^- ip t^ ^r^s z^r^js-AV--^" fr-S'-"'vS"'cvs'-'v�� '^���^"H-'P ��  For Ojc most fastidious dresser we have the  Nicest Assortment of Mens' Shoes  in the newest   American   lasts,  irom $4.50 to $5.     Sec our new  Buv one and be well dressed.  Oxford   shoes in   all colors  20th  CENTURY   SUITS.  E.   A.  mperia! Bank of Canada.  W. H. Laird, who represented  Wildey Lodge No 44 at the session of the Odd Fellows' grand  lodge held at Kamloops ,011 June S  and 9, returned home last 'Friday.  Mr. Laird was honored with a  grand lodge appointment, and at  the session next year in Cran-  biook will occupy the chaplain's  chair. Following ,is a list of the  new officers;  E.   L.   Webber���grand master,  New Westminster,  W. ,H,   Cullen���deputy    grand  master, Victoria.  W. A. Johnson���grand warden,  Vancouver.  Fred   Davey���grand   secretary.  C. A.  Chapmau���grand  tieasu-  rer.  II. T. Fultott���grand representative, Nanaimo.  W. H.   Laird���grand   chaplain,  Moyie.  K.   f>.   McKelvey���graud    mar-  shall, Vancouver.  W. A. Jackson���grand  conductor, Trail.  J. McDougall���graud   guardian,  Phoenix  that a nifty game can be looked  for. As the expense ?of bringiu g  this team to Moyie is high iZ is  to be hoped that thesuppart Will  be liberal. Booster badges are  being sold at 50 cents each, and  everybody should have one.  Kay Crisler was over' to Nelson  this week pitching for the' Nelson  ball' team. "        ,"s <  Mrs. Ileil of Creston was in town  for several days'. ,the guasc of" Mr.  and Mrs. J. P. 'Fan-ell. '  ' 1 1.  Wm. Reese,'master mechanic at  the St. Eugene, spent'several'days  at the Sullivan mine.  Mrs.vClaude Cobb left Wednesday for Kansas City, where she  will remain for some time.       '  -  C. C. Farrell, president of . the  Society" Girl Mining Company,  was in Granbrook Monday.*  If. White > collector  of  customs'  at Cranbrook,   was  in  Moyie on  official business Wednesday:  Mrs. Gensmere, cook'at the  International hotel, is taking  a   va- '  cation and is down at Cre&ton.  HOUSE    FOR    RENT ��� Four  Lake Regatta      Miners' Union Officers"  1 Special attention will be, devo-  voted to the water s-p'orts on Dominion Day.' The .committee' in  charge have decided on the following events! subject 1 to slight  revision: <Log'rol!ing contest, double canoe race, single canoe race,  double sculling race, single sculls,  ladies' single,, scull race, handicap  race for motor boats,,scratch race  for motor boats, slow race for nio-  tor( boats, .tiltiug contestJ in canoes swimming race, high diving  contest, tub race, and .prizes will  be given for the best decorated  launches. It is expected that  there will bo a spectacular display  of fireworks on the lake in the  evening.  Followiuglare the officers elected  by the Moyie   Miners.'   Union   for  the   coming   six' months,  ' made  complete by the second ballot  for ,  financial (secretary, taken last Sat-  'urday: President, Albert Gill; vice-  president, George  Turner; treatu-    ,  rerf Michael Regan; financial  secretary, James Roberts, re-elected; >  recording  secretary,  Alfred   13al-   ,.  dry:'- warden,  Angusj Mcdonald;  finance coniimfctee, David'.^ Porter,  S. McDongairand George Powell; ...  trustees, Warren Inuoss,  George  Turner, William Sullivan Arthur  Pitman and S. .McDougall.   James   '  Roberts was  elected delegite   to  the   W.  F. of   M.'  convention  Denver, Colo., on July IS.  at  Cranbrook Winners  rent at   a   very  ,    -^-PPly at thia  At Aldridge last Sunday the  Cranbrook football team and the  Cranbrook baseball teams won in  each case over the Moyie team,  lu the football match the score  was 2 to l'in favor of Craubrook,  and in the baseball game it was o'  to 3 in favor of Cranbrook. The  ball gamo at Cranbrook Monday  also resulted in a victory for the  Craubrook nine, the score beiug 7  to 3. In this game Dona Poulin,  Moyie's catcher, sprained his ankle, and will be unable to play for  (several weeks.  Obstruction is Removed  Development of Property  room house for  reasonable rate,  office.  Rev. Robert'Hughes, pastor of  the Cranbrook Methodist church  and editor of the Searchlight, was  in town Monday.  W. II. Swan, who is in charge  of the Imperial Bank here, is taking his vacation, and his place is  being filled temporarily by 11. II,  Bourne. '  Bruce Attwood   and  wife   were  dowu  from   Creston    this   week, j  They are  moviug  to Vancouver,  where they will make their  home  in future.  Mrs. Attwood and daughter,  Mrs. Ay res, have gone to Creston,  where they will spend a portion  of the summer on the Attwood  farm near that place.  Big Gold Strike.  I Football Players draw  News of a big gold strike comes j     T"e   Moyie  Football   club   wil'  from Stewart on Portland   Canal,   phiy'in the  series  of  games  this  A mammoth gold reef, unknown  iu extent, but traced for almost  20 miles right at Stewart's door  and according to mining men,  who, following the news of the  discovery rushed to the locatiou,  it is the'greatest free milling reef  ever discovered in. the north and,  perhaps iu the world.  Planning- for New Mill  0A meeting of the promoters of  the Aurora Mining it Milling  Company was held at Cranbrook  Wednesday to further discuss the  project of building a mill on the  property.       It   was   arranged   to  tm,�� f��,..��� ~f -u-     1 i.    seml   JI- **��� I^mock,   the  snperin-  Ihe town of \\ arduer is expect- L��� ,,,.., ,   ...      ...  ,.,        , . * tendent, through the  Slocau  and  ing  another   boom  shortly.    The!   ., .  .        f. ,.  r-    x. ,   /-,     ^    ,     ,. 1 other mining districts   to  inspect  rvooteuay'   Central    line    comes k,        -,.   ,   . .   . \   l  ���,     ^    ,. . ,   __,    (the mills being used   111  order   to  short   distance   of   the       ���    ���   P . ,       ,       ,   ,  gam information to be placed   before the  annual   meeting  of   the  Capital Autkoriaed-  Capital Subscribed-  Capital Paid Up���-  Reserve   FuntS-���  ..... $10,000,000.00  ���$5,575,000.00  ���5,330,000.00  .���5.830.000.00  BRANCHES   IN BEITISH COLUMBIA-  * Cranbioik, Arrowhead, Golden. Kamloops, Michel.    New   Miche1 2  I Fernie, Nelson, Kevelstoke. Victoria, and. Vancouver. g  | Drafts and Money Orders sold avaible in any |  I par/of the World |  I' Savings Bank Department.- 5  g Interest allowed on deposits from  date  of deposit. ��.  K MOYIE BRANCH.         H. W. SUPPLE, Manager. %  As soon as the attention of  Superintendent Uren'of this division of the C. P. R. was called to  the, sub merged pile heads under  the new bridge on the upper Moyie river he lost no time iu having  the obstructions removed. These  piles were a source of danger to  boats and laueb.es, so that the  prompt action of the divisional  superintendent is duly (appreciated. ���'''.���(:���'���.     .  L. W. Ilatvs of Newport. Wash.,  is here doing assessmeut work on  the Rock Hill property, which is  located just north of the mouth  of Lamb Creek and not far from  Moyie lake. Mr. Haws has six  men employed and is sinking an  iuclino shaft on the vein. lie will  have one year's assessment work  dona now, but will return in the  fall and.continue the work. It is  a galena proposition.  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will brace up the  nerves, banish sick headache, prevent despondency and invigorate  the whole system. Sold by the  -Moyie Drug & Stationery Co.  A Wise King  " Experience has shown that even  in the case of firms luivincr an established , reputation and world-wide  connections, attempts to discontinue  advertising- have usually been followed by a diminution in the' sales  effected, and it is not unreasonable  to assume that the neglect of .Great  Ilrituiu of one of the most important  forms ��� of national advertisement  would he equally detrimental to her  interests as a manufacturing country.  ���Kino Gi;oB'-K V.  Central  within a  town, and lots and other   real  estate arc on the upward move.  J     Ed. Nordman,  shiftboss  at   the  ,St. Eugene, has been given a   pro-  j motion.    The   Consolidated   Coin-  | pany has put him in charge of the  Eureka at Sandou.    lie will move  his family to .Sandou  about  July  1st.  Wm. Bird aud family left last  Saturday for their old home in  Duuville, Newfoundland, where  they will probably remain. Mr.  and Mrs. Bird were old residents  here arid leave a host -of friends  behind them.  shareholders to be^held  in  on .June 30th.  Moyie  season for the M utz cup.     In  the  drawing the other day the  result  was  as follow?.    It  may   be  explained that iu each case the game  will be played on the  grounds  of  the first named;  , Ballevue vs. Fernie,  Ilosmer vs. Coleman,  Michel vs. Coal Creek,  Moyie vs. Craubrook.    ���  Cranbrook Gets Grand Lodge  The grand lodge of the I. O. O.  E. of British Columbia will l,e  held at Cranbrook next year The  llebekah Assembly will also be  held there on the same date. Cranbrook will do the right thing aud  the members of the order will  have no causo to regret having  voted for briugiug the graud  lodge to the eastern end of tho  pioviuce.  At the Churches.  He Likes the Camp  II. F. W. Kehnsen, one of the  members of the provincial legislature, was in -Moyie Wednesday  and Thursday. While hete he inspected the Aurora mine and was'  greatly interested in the property.  CATiror./c   ciruiien  There will be no service Sunday  Colville Beat Nelson  New C. P. R. Divisions  Au entire reorganization of the  western lines of the G. P. R. is  now under way. The new distribution will be practically' according to the provinces aud the  names of these grand divisions  will probably be Manitoba, .Saskatchewan, Alberta and British  Columbia divisions,  Last'Wednesday at Nelson the  Colville baseball team defeated  the Nelsou team in a score of 11  to 3. Thursday's game was called off ou iiecomit of ruin.  ilETHODM    CIILTHCII  Morning service at II a. m. Sunday School, 2:30 p. m. Evening ser  vice, 7:30 p. m. A hearty welcome  exteuded 'to all.  REV. S. COOK.  (Pastor.  Juniors I to Play Bail  The junior ball teams of .Moyie  and Craubrook are making plans'  for a game at Aldridge next  Thursday evening at 0:30   o'clock.  rRKSIJYT'KKIA'N      rilUlilMI.  Morning Service 11 a. m. Sunday school and Bible class at 10  a.m. Evening. Service at 7:30 p.  m.    A hearty welcome to all.  REV. G'.'A. 'HACKNEY. 15. A.  (Pastor)  Tho K and II cigar has jumperl  tw prominence through the ex-  ellent flivjr of the t'.'b.tc o  of which it is-made.  km  iJrr  '��  O.lfc.  : I.  mmmrnrn^*' r- rvTip ��� jui'm^r r /xp-y*���  i TmMt-a��Kcr/ ji j r  THE IOIIE LEADER. r7nn*r^=w   'ever hclc. 1:1 Kast Kooieuav.  TJiK 1/KAT)VJ;. ^KlVfK. IJltfTlSII Cui/UMTCTA  A  ���wwiiu wwrt-fUtrtEXMi c^a  P-illithvl in thfiuif ri'Mo,' the I't'onlo  01 Al'i'.'H- ami E11-.I Jiouti n.iy.  The .executive 01  ihe   !)<���  II- !  J. SMVYJi  <$&'���$&*''��>  ii:-i:.  '>*  - I in ion Day celebration commit-'  jtee has wisely mode the   larg-  i est appropriation tow..idsaqua-  iie'sports.     By taking this ae-   =-]tion they have not only shouh  (good judgment  but   have   ex-  $2.00''   j pressed their desire to   udver-  ''     _ ._ I't'ise ihe"fact Hi at the towm hajf'  j a great asset iu Movie lake.'  I " "*"  ���^=~r.    .-- rx=rz===zzs=^===r^~-=- j     'J\vo g.,od mu\ es were made  Encourage Legitimate Bliiias     ! when the Dominion Dav ce!<  -'.'1 ,.i 1:11 'jo:.  One Tca^  i^liDAY, JL'SE 17, 1910.  The IVuple'-   <:>ir!mi;'i Sense   Medical 'Adiiser, in Plnin   W-**   /J ��?*W'SI  KtCIW*, o' W.ciloi-n; Simplified, hy R. V. l'iprce, M. '->-. {��PTS����^iS>  Chief CtiiiMilcmi' riiy-siVian to fl��e Ir-'allds* Hotel ami Sur- S&gS^&OzW  gical Intitule at Uuli'jio, a book o'  1008 lartfe pages uiid  over1 /DO illustration-,, 111 stroniJ jva|-~>r cover-., to any one sending 31  one-cent  stumps to cover cost of mailing only, or, in Fmncli Cloth binding lor 50 stamps.  Over OS!) ,03!) copies of this .-.oimili-l ��� Family Doctor Hook were sold in cloth  binding ::l rcgulur price of $1.5(1.     Afterward*, one and a half million copies  were given av.av as uhose.    A   new, up-to-date revised  edition is now ready  far snailing.     Butter send NOW, before nil are gone.     Address World's UiS-  1-i.NiAry Mroicvi Association, K. V. Pierce, M. D.J President,' Buffalo, N. Y.  '. UK. PIKKCIi'S   FAVORITE   PRESCMPTipN  THE ONgJUiMEOY for woman's peculiar nilments good enough  tliut its makers arc not   afraid   to pruit on   it* outside wrapper   its  .every ingredient.    No Secrets���No  Reception.  THK ONE REMEDY, for  women which   contains   no alcohol and  no habit-forming   drugs.     Made from native medicinal forest roots  of well c��itnblished cnrutjvo value. ' .   ��� '  LO.O. F.  Meet* Tuesday evenings   in   tljo  Minei-,' Union   hall.      Sojourning  Wdd Fellows eordiallyinvited.  Ri:j:j> Kuk. ''    _     ' . J-'.- J. Smyth.'  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" (  I W/ '     , . vv  " nraf.iuii   conniiittec   njopoiutru  It is .oilcu   :no.-���i  iKiticonb!..'.     ���'      ,  ,u ��� ,     '     -   ,  1    ,��� ���      <:: iiiiirshall, lirstlv   tuc   prace-  .���-i-L^j-^-Jiy-s'-iiiic :ncn arc" ron-'  ���; .       ���     1,"   ,   >    ,    .'  ���    ,    . . .  ',,       ni       uk'UL'aiici .second!v the choice.  uijuuNv hem'-1:11'Jed by rnlow-       <���        , . *      '     ��� ���  ".    ,        ,'Uii ,,'VifcJi  occusjons order  ;vnd  ��� mo; tlieutscjvcs to iv;   iikuwi-u I       -"  ' ; ' '.���  ,  ''"���". . .. .    '' .   .' ,   !.sv,st<>yi mean harmony una   Jii.'wlio   stnys   to seo  tho "concert"  to r.ivest 'in wild   cr.t   miuiiia ,��." "���      . ������ '   ���        "   "       '    ,   ���/ '     ,;.    '  , r      ,   .    , 1 \-Ali. ���   X)v_ll.     A. 1 JUb   ,.l    IIUlII    iula 1 ,  ventures, or wlii'en they  know  POSTAL    PHOTOS.  Our ideal of a true   ninri   of the  world jilwnv-, lia-j been the   liillow  littl  e   or  liothiii'r   and   j'roni  which   tliev   never  receive   a  cent    in ��� return,''those   same  loersons ne\tr ner.tei*Uiiu ' the  , idea of, buvin,,vV<t'.)ck in a e-jhi-  pa;iv that is, parrying,,o-;i lOc^i-  r itimafe iniijini1; to' profit.,   The  reason "for   this   is - simple.  vSomevi'Jiere m ��� the nciVhbor-  �� ]ioocl-=c>&4eii per citnt.  of   these,'  men have a natural adaptation  1 1  to sfamblhi'j', wliile'thc reiu'aiu-  cler' are too easily put oil ihehv  eiiarcl l^v.  the rosy, ,,<{-ct-rich-1  quick stories of the stock   iob-  ber.s.   . The ,fornier  are- satis-  Slecn assigned, to the dutV whoj   .a &ign in a raUroud officfj.'over  can be relied upon   to   fill, all |a ^'mv of-massive potatoes,  reads:  j "As served   in. our   diain��   c.irs."  ! JJut  the  potatoes ' are   raw. '   Wo  1 make a specialty of Pos-  tal Photo \\'6rk. Prices,. 4  lor ^0 cents, or $1.25 a dozen.  ''MISS "PXORA DKAGON.  >><-lkiil.  Miixlgt', Xo.Zirt  A. r. .'.' a. -11.  ^> Kcjrnlar    mectingH  b-^  on tho' first  "SVitd-  ncsdivy   1  of    each  month  K��  O F. DESALTA'IKR'.  hojie.the sign is wvo'up;  expectations.    Field I\I:?:v:hall  Ivvans sour.ds rather dignified.  but   then,     there's "'nothing     -,-.,,."   ,.t  ���   _      " ' Dear   Chinookor.-:   Speaking   of  ninall about the r.i'ar. v/JiO' will., bn,t Jeveloyers-1 know of a man  appear ill tli'at role. ��� /who drank a, whohi bottle ^b once  and tliB bust it.dcveloped get liim  in jail. "V/hitt do yuu know aboujb  thai?      '"    ' ' - MAX.  ''   One'more   instance   of. the  manner in which the   interior;  otth. province   is  afnhb-tolfr �� ���K<     |jffle    f^Jg  tne trout-is evidenced   by   the'  fact that-" both' .this year  and  VisitiijK brethren welcoi'nr.  ,   ^b Uiirtpman, \V, M.  ^r. "\\r." Ihirdetfc, Se<Tetnry.  Moyie   Miners'., Union: $  PUOAirT DELIVERY.  Queens'Ave.      MOYIE  . ���'"   No. 7\  W.T. of'M.  Meets in >li'nW 'Union' 3I;iH ovary Sntur'd,ny ovening.' Sojourn-  iiiff members are cordially 'invited1  to attend. .' . Y " ��� <���/ ��� ' ,'  Albert GiiI,  James Roberts  .SecretHrv  St.   Josepn's,  Convent.  ���     NELSON, B. C.  -  ,.     Westbound  next Craubrook, will   be 'hour ixo."213   Local  ored with grand lodge conyen,-1 No. 7     ' yoo-tiyokane  lions.   .  The  j\Ia.souic= p-rand! ���     'Eattbcimd  'bed to take   the (long   chancel  and are d;^irous^ol' beino'   iu  on K c^Mnibling.g-anie;  Ihit.the  ilod"-e"will assemble there next Xo.,21-i   Local  week while the Odd Fellows  will hold "their _ grand ,lodg-e  session iu tliat city next year.  fitter arc, wlieu tnev purchase! .   r �� ���  ,.   ���   ,     ,       -  ,    ���'".',.>,'.      i-'v feu- vears ago' the Coast cit-  tne stoqlc, ol the 'opm'iou   that;.    ,      "-    ���     . ,' ,  r.        '.    '. .   Iies were the. oiuv metropolises  tn'cy are to get fabulously .big  ',   .,,.,     , '       . ��� ,,  at which these   sessions, were  , dividends irom a'safe   invest- .      '        , .   .  .,���>������    -A  A, -'     -       held, and it is to a  large   cx-  , merit. huih   men- ��are  now       * ' '        *        . ,  ,     ,     ,   -,        r:  '    , :.   ' >    "j tent due 0to   the   enterprise   of  ��� rhrcwd.      It sucn investments!  .'. , ���   , ,  ���  '���' ' . ��. .     1 citizens .of that city that Cra.11-  'l:20 p. m.  1:10 p.in.  2:o2 p. m.  were as sound and as lucrative  as the stock jobberwould have  , ���.       . s ''        - '        I  jiis clients believeit u-ould not1  be necessary for him to travel,'  far before jar-sccing ���men would  'brook is being recognized., iVo  (better accommodation  can 'be  afforded anywhere in the prov-  No. S        Soo-Spokone     5.20 p. m:  1    Comitfg Events1 '"f  i M^onic, grandc lodge. 'Grim-  bi'onk.'.Tpne 2H.  U.ilg iry Exhibition, June VQ to  July 7.   -      _    ,'     r     ' '���   ,     Y  Ponyention' of We^ber'n Federation oE-Mii'ers, Denver.'July IS.  ' .Sir,"Wilfrid  LAurier  at Nelson,  August :Jil,    . i ���  Rovelstoke Fill I Fair,, September;  0 and 7.  New\DenvcrJ'>iut-I-tvir7'Oetr>ber  Harvey, , ,!mcCarter   &  .. "     Macdonald.'  ��jd b/.hi-t^rs ot fc>t. .li)*ci'ih, Nt'ls-on'.' _,.  b. o. , oomtiH-roirti   YmuiY Cranbrook,   -   -" 35. G.  .coupes a   ^[.L-cinhy. ' KxciillPiice' n;i:i !  '  ]     -'  swift  yrogrp^a   ('li>iiiipli-��iz<>"i.,i(-)) . Ht- 1'    ' , J     ,'   '  parunuiit.,   I'iipmiIh   should' write   Sci \ W".   F.   GrURD, ',''',,  p��rticij!;ir*.  'One mhhuIi   uhMir-s   ilii'i    '��� " '      <���  pnt.lip   of , the   thorough.*,..,   uf   \��, \       BA���sm' soucjtou, ktc. '  ijisleii' iiietliLnJd   Oi .n.':n.'liiii(;.    'l'uriusj  uohuiivIico January',   April  :ui<l   Sept | 9KA^TBR0t)K:.  Fupils are nduiitiuil duriau lero>- il r~ ~~"Tr^^r  B. C  STOF AT'THK  COSMOPOLITAN ' '"  WHEN IN     ' '  -CRANBROOK  purchase all liis<warcs.  ���..'���ihoulrl    these   persons  ihcir money fu company's that;  arc miniiig on a^ |niM'ncsh-liki.''^-':5  basis,    u:i'l   which   onl  capital b"> make them big divi  ince   than  in   Cranbrook. nor 4  will {lie grand lodge'be accor- I    Spqfenno lotoi'state   Fair,   Oct-[  n. ir. ssrAr.i., jMn��ai;i;r. ,  Good rooms, l'0(m1  tables and  bur  and firSjt classp^iupk? room?..  DR. F. E.-iSlLILBS  'Dentist,    ' _, *  Crah]DroVj]i,   " jb," C.  Greorge R Thompson,  ,  .Uaiikistkh.   'Solicitor^  * Notauv Fuur.u!, itc.  CRANHROOK,   '   Brini.sn Coi.i:,mria  . l3uYded   a   more   hearty' welcome!ober 3 t0 ��  invest; '  el.seH.'iere  .���' Jewel  '5-5 ~:$r?&-3'-3-2$'��$$zrSr��� $  i���.i-,X           TO THE  POINT  "'^rfl', ^_  Many a woman iias lo-tja   good  friend by marrying him'.  I'awnbroksr^ prefer people.wlio  hava no redeeming qualities.  dead   payers,   as ' is  the   case  \\ith the Aurora   ami "3 >_iety  Girl and various other   mines  throughout thu district, a different 'storv   would   he-  toid.-  c  These properties arc known to  ha\v extensive ore bodies, the; l,y  product   of    which    could    be |     A Yankee at the point of death  marketed to big profit.      Cqn- j whittled   thu  point   oil and  got  ,.... sccjuently the ...investor., would ; Y,, >' ,..>���   ���.,;.-.  __^   ..���,;-     .-���,:���  . .be safegiuvrdcdyby' 4he 'ass of  .���.���0;ot.-t:liVfpVop:c^  '���'���<:.; "'���'; ,-���'.'������������ ,''.' '������������������ w ..-"j    ���be^of her husband.   '���'���-: ���.'���..���.,���������.��� '  ���������:;,'auti Could -satisfy ;.''.iiim'sel,f..'of,j,i''. ������'������;���'''',:      '':";   ���[";.'" -;'   ,    ' , -.';; ;  , this/ fact': befbrc;- '���''������invcs.ti-n'f. I .-'rh�� tli,i.nga:'thaG.., come to  those  The Jtoyal Seal i-igai l)ac been '  before the ,-inoking public- for i\'\  dozen yeaisj. Iz is made in Xel-on j  and can 'bo bcr.ghc in nearly',  every mountain town. <��� \c  Express, and General Delivery Business. Iiiyery and  Feed Stable.  ���W. R.BEATTY '  ^      Eujbuhnur unci UiKlprliikor',     *  ] '        J  i'boneO. '      cRanliROOK '  \ty   P. O. BOX 810  T1^: QUIiSllO^ !i  ti)e, S-:'U>^ifMll|r'r'��..,'   '  ���Our Sauitftry BoltJing J  Ull ll��, oil! ,'),.j,  i'.,.���,������,  ���"au'r'"''lotlnrjH^h','.  v.y^y i:r t ,,���\��� ���..  y��--",!  a  , p, ,,���.,���..,t"  'Hint'-, wl.^.U-iK.  ���nay 'Bottihg "Coj  "' VilDXL  Cranbrook, "'.B. C  .  ,  kllayebe'eii instructed bv the Owners of the Mr,-,i:|  site to sell lots at the same prices as thev wcie !;i^'\cr  The bandmar-ter lVeuuently puts ii�� tl'ua tho wo,'ia over where  this I ^  on more airs than   the   lj.md , can    valuable remedy has   been   intm-f  :^Vith' additional  canitnl .'with  ������"���|;'wh<o wait are things ��� no  one   elye  '���wants.  '.wh-ich.  to   ]>Us!i   dcvelopiuent  and. urovide for tho /trealment]    A'-y a ^0,n(Ul'ri'i(,f!il "E oeon-1  "It cured me,�� or "U saved   the j WOOD       AND COAL  life of my httlo fluid, ; an> tlie-cx-l w*a.*w  pres=iont,   you   liear    every    tlayl     ' . For    Sale--  about Chnmberlain-s   Colie.   Chnl-| ItaVE Orders at  era and DiarrhoeaT.emedy.    This' GWynne's Store.  British Uoannbia  chiced. No other medicino in use  for diarrhoea pr bowel c-omplaints  has received Midi general approval. The tec-ret of the success of  Charabutlain's Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea re^nedy is that'.ib cures.  Sold'.by the Moyie Drug & Statib-  .nery .-Co.;' ������.������ r;.1: *'���'���:'... ���,;'. ��� -���;   ,;���,>,:���'���'   ���'..'���'���'..:��� '  T. T. Mt'Vii:it..c.l..,l>  I. .-,. II. V   I'/rkcr. '!  McVITTIE &' JPARKER  I'Kovis-cur. b\.\n Sci:vi;uxf.  IMIMWIT   ,t   J|IX|.M;'i:\(;i;;i;|.,!;i.vc  Estimates Furnished.  OFFJCKS  Fort Steele P. O. liox 23.  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.  Lot and three-room house ou.Tavistock street,'$1  ''��     House-and lot'ou'sbiith Tavistock street, iil;.  IS A "BARGAIN.'   r-      /,���      . ".       '     ^���   .,�����  Two lots and two-room house,' near depot.'Jf-'Ji1.  A on^-third interest iu   a   beautifully si'iu/u-r  land on v.-est side of jloyie lake, ?l,60i).     i-  1,  --t  UVY   YOUK  bmyis to cooic too iniicli iir orde  -.������ .... .....    ��� ������_ ,: ������,��������������� -pjiuj- laiiiTOOKwmiuiicn nr order  ot the--..ore:sr;siicyp-;.lc^3ti!nrite.j'^^  '.;vIce 'Cream "Parlor'  <;i NOWiOPEN-;v  ",V--If ypii;want'any.tiling in tlt'e  line Qf^clbthing;or men's 'fur-  tiishings,. tiy ������:'' ���.. ;:;. /.', ;  ooaccos  Fruit and  'OijfeGiiooer}  g^����'������������ mm��, ����@������������*1  M'ltojr  /��  ' t :-M'y Siewart  munng   eoui-pauy;  ; .only pay the  i-ii'.\-.t  stantialdiyiclciid by .'their .'more  '..'���.extensive operation,"but would  would- noti'-'y^Y ���.-../.:_'   ���'������_,.���:.': _  .or' a   sulY;'    "-���  Fight; E^ns Coming'  '" j Ort'iV.-y.liuidi'njc  ,h. \. n  "r::e,. l'n>}>.  The   ('anadbui-Australian .iiuer  ,.Marani'!i'"is on-'.its way  from   8yd-  MVlp to place; the   mining, in- !.noy. to ;; Vancjuver   and   lias   on  diislrv of"-'the ' pYvlnri:   rni-. n i 1;,0!U'�� ��^' bnnch'c.f  sporting celebrities, who are   coining   to   I'risco  ie   p.roy.Uict:/ on  -more stable basic..'  cflrtortr;; i'i&ies  to see the Jeffriijs-Jphnson' lijiht..  Anions them are, t;,,b Fit>^im-  inons and Tommy Burns.'.  id-iyu- l;.ts '.more .ni'p'br Lioritsi.   Jfyou   are,-. not  sa.tisfied   after  Thos.: Summers  Cigars,   'Candy,,-'.;; Fruit' and"'  "   ' '���-.     Confecf.ionery,  .-.,   TOYS,    NOTIUNS./'.KTC.  South ���-.Victoria. St.  Ci  ���Till  A- made by (ho pipopnt brf:wo?''i. 'nlmid'1 V  I, tholW lS  >   i  l.nan 'any town  the.fou tincut:  on  hns;;i^    t-ivo-th'irds   nt  'CiiHuiberlain'.-.; .Sconiacli ,-ind biver  .THE TAILORV    '  We, carry in stack the'goods'  to make',  an..-   up-to-date: suit     . '; jiksaulsikk   i-.khs.'i.,,,,,,  .inade ii'i, town,  Or we -can >rct! r,iiri;.e ���tia,"I,lt! JU,"ru  "'  cunuection ,'  you, a   special    ordered   suit I wiUl 1)0U8�� for commercial men. Ucst  made to your measure.  /,\Vre  have ready-to-wear Camp'bell's  .c.lq-thing,--'t'h.e   best   made' and  Htthig clcithiug in Canada..  Uudcr-wear,  shirts, : collar's,.]-  I��  I��  1 Ue^t f>uei in i^'f-t lvootcnay.    NVith i!k'  <ind the J'ur^t Sp-rlnp AVater it i- iinfJ'1'11'"  <|(!'dity.    In.-i'.t on haviiij.: Moyie bci-i.  BOTTLICI) AND "OI^AFT JJKKli-  ul  IG  I  i  6t incommodiUiori.'  , .'    TI(:i��(I(jiiiirtcra   for   Comi-  meroiul and jMiniiitrMon.  (IVEKSSAVK 3IO VIE, B. O.  of   furnishings   at  reasonable  ]"j.rice.s'  . ;��� inc C'.nnmi.v'LL'Cv, in charge  or the arraugcmcius 'for the  .1 'oniini(.>u ]-';r\'.C(:!L'!>r;:'tioii  to    '  lYs, helts,  sumuier .hats, and j SEND YOUK    WOKK. TO Till-;  bcarly everything'in., the line  MUELLER & HESSE,   PROFS.  �����  'nva:o"5rxHi, ���*=>���  te*z���?*T*rrttPKataK?zra.x\v.Kjvz2Zrtxx.TrJz^  wr*W*��*i  tU.'i'^J  an  l  :i(l  lion,   regiiUfcd. the   bowel.s.   Give I    ^VlS'f.itV  ......       ��� . them a trial and feet  Well. Sold  coiigr-tuiatld   [,,i    the !bv the Moyie  l-.ru-   >>���   Stationci-v  1,,.,,,,.,,    -a.0-ni,iL  -^'- "..'. ��� "  ���IT .  '���'.'Ilil,.il    III,  . .1" prcihn'.l-.   . ...,      , .���.,.,. ,  I      lii-.iii,;.|ricM;M:niii:,ir,,.;::,j. ,!;A:Jc!f)il?K nahil.-nlj  urn.. In,'.-. "I'l,.St iiu-.il.iy !,!��� :,t.,;:iI l]it,-.;;���;,.���M,  I'nlo.ilH   l.-n.-.'ii  ihf-iu-l,   .Mn.,11  A c,j. rect-lvc  Cp(--!,il ;r;fuv, v,:Ii',i,i:t chru-Ld, ia tin  Vb ���.-.  'A-OrK   liU:\  v!,-..l.      ,.  M  cen.,"!u  t ''���Vt'.Vill" C'5'l.'f." -a ���--'���-.!- f'lfjlmi mm  .�� -,:a.-...li*o>..'.iI'.!j a 1 .ii.r I lir,.-;. kimcriy.  -���..-..--.::-.:.:_:     }U\y it HOW.     U lli:.-,-t,.v- lilc,  ^f^^'J^'J!^^   "p-5Mirt-t'!ii(',^8!i   '  A   luiiilnoir.f.iy 'liiuslr.-il.f")  yti-Hiv    I in ���   ,.-r  .-u!:nii.M -hi   any   m-i.:>ii I Hi:    :;U!:i��.\.     T.T'ii'.i    1 ������  �����XX��gj::,�� --'���"'��� ;i---^ yi-":, <-m ..,  Lis/ ���      i   3L. e.'  ,   ^/(i >n <���'/"' iJ-v irn ;,'a ^- .   T" ^? ���! 3 .r> *"  KOOTjENAY  STEAM ������?,  LAUNDRY.  ���   N'liLSOX.  All -.White Labor.  11 iave work  ith the  &., B.   Bl'SW/l RT  I��  ov  IU  3  ��  S3  9  ���; *  ��f  iif.:ent ��� <*i  '�����  4,1  �����3waB9c��'*e*��sffi��sa88i��c��e��e��ji!(Sifi��ttoa��fflse��c<33C'c  I- .;;    .MOYiE HOTEL.  ,    P.:F:JOHNSTON, Prop  :C?G����*��i  !  i  This   hotel 'is   new   anc  well   fuTuisltt'-l-'  ."  " market  ^  filled  with  the- best-brands   oi   -"i1'"  tables arc supplied with'the I>est  The .liar  and cigars.  Headquarters for  ,   COMMERCIAL  AND MINING  MOYIE, - ���       Rricish Coh:"''  MEN  WA,i\-��i:e-^i!i6aa-M-S97iKS(i)<��iS9&^5(h^S<sa^&^��^^^ia&lg!;  i  'l.!f.-  '������*.���  SBffl ,%-M  ��'-fi  1   .*  '   I  &5 ffi^5Zffi^SS5SSE5H23aJIS^53^EK  W,;,i&Af$$>?���.MOtfR- 'BIIi;rJ5:^,'Y6l,T">j:E'fY  iEESHS&aKEIKE^  ^utSi'i^  ^7Jj7'7VTTTT)"'2' r* *  *>��* ���'r'K ��"*����.' ^ V'*l*aL"/'*v. .>w' ."^tv ."���*��.'.'te^ .lat^'i.'^s:!' .,i9v ���^ ��'��n. -"a*,  ��i ^ -4is��~- '���xiss*- <��ait^ <ai��j�� <3ki�� ���������� .^*��!*-,.,.*.;v~ -c^.!^**,^ ^*i- -..w,?^ .���^fv t���^*v.i..5?-  ���?*>-.���  .^'  ���        ��." "-"fv,���''Ov'.'^v ��� ���-���'ft^��� "��H.��� *>V ���"'i!iJ'''*5;''''t>. ."-Sk.-"���'���"-.-v ���-"**>. "'"TV. ���"*>'.���*: *'"'^..t'^^>*^oV,^v.;.T>> V'S*..   i'^i::>-'Jti.':'.-M; '���  '^��3Ena?3!BagsiB&a*^^ *,)Y'^^tti'''*T'.'^^ ��>";. 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'���'. thc'rc.f.o're';' ('aecirip<i^p'  V'���-��� ������ c'"iiieY'wci.t'o^: i.lyit; " as':'a?cfl.|i��iilci-aii,!c  v'.'-'''' ^inoiiijfc'5'of";^'.i'h'ij-";,!-.;'s?j3i,il3lio.".'���.,.i���ri>o'i'icy;^.was,'  :,,.    -Ji.-.-lji.Vif'-.!  ;c>��:iil!ic;*isli'a5ty:;-;!  jrarae'd sBiuli'vaii;;; ;<j*o}: tiad  ^ifr!i||o^M^M^i-! $ !T'?fet^*?CYY tS WW&  ppatiiJig'-'cxn'aii'si'p^J'-in!^^^  )ltiicvK:CIteis;^as^cs^Cp��i^  f'd'iiistpyr: as ySippqrv-iY'iaiat: .is-svpiu;:: .����� i.u,;| ^  iis^-iti-: fis.?:  ��� fijidifiR;;-its 'i;'waV:-" i;ito;'-i^itUfyl-;,iViii:.OEa'  ;:-vtrerts��ry-' forVrtY^Pn10"^''^^!;''\  .:; mi gii t:; Y Sw.l V ;i 'f Jan'�� v.dm-i na ti'6 a Y rt\  ���'���'.'^!i;(le:';prj.'(,h'e^VlJrpppfty:.|:>  ���^ioriY'X0"' :'pf:"Ufb&.cpnYwns}Y^c'l!''  'Y:;Y;���'fpiin'd ibcm-riir'������',as"'anyoiic?efee  <-nVviV...flrIil^tlicm ,who cares ;tp;:visit ;the  ^^(taYY-'.i^wY  ,;: 'VY'1^���'���{fiotCa'.H'..; station, dt Moyie  ::]:;i;',''ii;.!.e>;-iiiti^fac������ isv;.iatopiit;',a. thpiftarid  ^���:5;-;;iXa^y,:ra:!ifl:^-.;tKc^t;o^'^  ::,c- jiiett.'by? iueaiis.. d�����' a ;gasplinc;. laphcbv  :'.piu.:tii?.:;,.':s^  ���-���liie'-oVpinpres'spi '���-plant,--^iigcvspll^pjvt^  : Yrn,.'svippiynig, p6wc,r: 'fOT-rfivfe.^driU'S.-  - ^To''inpiiey .lias ''.been'- wastc-dYre.;    iu  ' claliorate mafcliiriery.'  Tho: plan  efii eion ti; ���;,������'. One. can' see, how-. clc  -jnqa-ns  arc."adapted; lp; the ;etu!s   : .inj.from  .vicV, at-,,;every turn, ' but. this  '. h<S.^expected',-   since ';���.-��� a  X6::;::;23tu^h61y.ab'pufc2i!0^ec^  fe'hTrcr6ssr'cuii'::.:;r!ino^^  so��WWM::��^:^MftS';^'1 Snmeat :y-rccd^izQS' vYe;YdrlYim- !|  ^praisc^roniv^thfc etpss-eu^.fiulin^.j^o, t-rt^e^  eat<i.h;;,-ttic:, pre- body, ,hp;;coh;tinuetl::;:hisi|'  '-'��� - ;   - '  ' '������'������-'���f  ilVKt-virt-ii^wiaiwly:-,.,-^  srtwitbout meet- v:;lt',',   ::'?.;-: ���-  ' -pecial : "cpnvnussior.  ^  i t  .-Iii;..  ���ti!05,^at||kci  .expif-nSfc'-Ji'.!. k , ^  .u:ri(leV-''tlid';1'ctiafgc|M;0  d;r,eetiph,::fpr,}  another,''256 .-Icet p:  iiii; aYYry;cncpurasiY;i:n(M^  .t*ndeU-��>Sys:l;cm;.;.^^  ��jcpilshV';^io;^.p-roi)prt^:.i,-v/&Hlh  ^^nbKrc^Mrt::9ji^te*drift:]fr^the: ^j^^p-r^i^Vaiid^pii'dhe-rb^mo'db'j,  xross-e'Y. but������ ruKinng.; i^a,W ^.^ gf". scwra:6feg .;tlicia ' ��� '���',into"''a-' commVr- i��  :thc/:i}orth!:;/pf -his -^W?^;W.!i!w YC 'ciallvYrofit'ablc?proa..et.r  .Only:;: ^thej |  body-v waS;^ncoiintered;after, .;;;^;pniy;,:6^e^;<!.v^^  nihY m.:W :^r W: ^r-FW-jWadd' V'siiaiifcpt- ^ff,ooo- -tovnc.'-' ap^!p  1tc��i'ti.tol'::i?:x^  -Uiat attends .mining,.,;:;YdViyan  sed' :a;'fQrtuuov; by ; less - than-ten; feet | ^^ :.-^g-<-^eCtive'-treatment;;oi t|  Th[i:,,Ytf6t;:or;::;mincralJ:Was^  west 'and jnorthvfor ^d;stan^ indus-||  [cct' '-ami"-:.; atftliali;.'.point,, the     '-"--���"  mi  ������v-r     -������.--.---,;��� 7; . ,-    ,, -    ... ^        .-. ������'���A tvv'^iS'-bound-  . ..   vliich was; met>with m;the .shaft :^^;! -z^;; tWiS::(|.^stibn :o��\successful :zihc  t    is ��� again Rencountered. ;and  the' ;ore ;again, ���):Jira|j6ii . tjlaf ���--,:; ^���'���'- �����  --���-'���'"���-  vcriy'fcut-'ofT;..';. ,Vt a'distarice. of \l(iO :: .iK".-^^^^:whereby: an .ed(  , :������   r_.    i.i,^" nvn��is.ni+. nt) ���'��� unr&ise    .was:   ���";...-.;���      ������������-.-.     .-_:,::-:,:.  up itio^siich'aiViextentjj  succi  itlVbd'.'iriii'st "be j  onomical  scpat  the, silver,' '  the. Gross-cut'an  upraise  mjght j startedd .h-;the ore; and '..carried'-  :cdnsi(icfablej t:hilous'iy'.in good  aYiint. of the.' development'has-beeii   o-f ninety;    feet,  done by practical' 'rnincrs. wiio-i- ,  i���-  7i, feet; in' widtu.,,,. ������}'>\}i''^. fs"; |"tilat'metbod .is^decided upon-,....... ,..T  their work,   sonie 500 tons pf ore,was .sloptd. pun,       ��   0j. events -. . cannot ���nririif;'.:,-.-,i'iS.|.t-S'  I rati on--'.can-be e!toctpd.:of , ^    '5^Y lead'and'sine.contents o��:-the Kopte-  valucs .; to,;a hevgbtj ..... -^ Ythout anv'-undue 'sacrificp  ���,v.bcr.e the. sbo'bt;-i..s  .,;At;; this' place!  nay  on  e ine'tal'!.; When  and the;  stead, of' Uking cash for. their work, some, yuu tons oi-oie.,��-=. ^i'\v r lori^ 01-, cvents ' cannot .pprir.it;, .t'S:,-;  .���w'ore'.'slaYlo accept stock; lit' '..'' Uie 'and a wery larsc .quantity left .'YY ,_ jag .post-poiienicnt':'-' the^incs .'.'.of.;.-'LB: j|  corapaiw, -which has been '���'capitalized, sstion, for mining:- .'the voui. -.. K-.W] ,c Vill dominate "the .markets :,of; tUojl  at     $1 'fiftO-non: tiic,"' presideiVt "is  will .-..average- ih feet.    , \Vc. .t-.ieiwi.yu ! ^.j., a]-(l properties 'dilce; the "AuroKa, \ |  a;.Y��; A.  Marvpv,  K.C;, .oC^Vaucou-i-ilSb^U^^ or, .82,000'. cubic;- fret,- .01, rWmiu1- ..lo-w-.'in silver.ami leakt, ��� ybut J ft  vcr,  (iirccUir of .the Hank ,.oE Vancou-..  '"ver; and associated  ��� -witli him ,as d'i-|-  'veelors'"���', of the'    .Aurora, are   J.  Wb |  Filrli,  P.'"���   V.      .Johnstpn,: -lames���'T). |  Alelliidf  aiut '   .lohn WcTavish:     The!  inaiiiicev     and.   mine' foreman rospi-c- j  livi-ly."'are ��� ���;-Harry  !!���    -IutoocU and ,  ���iMiclia-id��� T'orpy,  bolb ot  whoiir .. were  lor yr-ai's in  the St.  KuRcnc and    are  ���'tl'uis- thoivYhly familiar .with all .the  l.uciitiarities'-of   the   veins  and1 for ma-  ore in this slvpo.t  lieen explored.,: "  feet .to.    .'the'"..to'i-  as inr.as.it.    .has.   .    . .  ' i'^n Vniiii" higri Mi  ,c"   ���  "   ' - -rmanentf moneymakers .of the prov  /.me values,  PC    '    ' ' '"  ince.   ���i     '��� "��� ,',';  .".  -.-'   ������"',  .HeUiniing    -for.'a " n.iomcnt  analysis oi  the Aurora oi'p i  be   particularly  dangerous adultratits pi .'zinc, .namely  inangagese,.  catlunum     .and      coppc  are hot   present,   .While the iron co  tent is about the same as that ..   01  0 tin.;  should,  Hhat those-;  I !".!1  Ill  the  of  the  1  which the ore is found,  the.     compressor    plant  ;  lias  secured   fifty  acres  ('. lint land .ly-itiR. between  'the'hill, and the, waters  As the alible of- tlu'; liill v--.  :V' dw��>;i-ecs. from   the .horizontal'  realize how "Kravita(.i<Sn   can:  .'.oil  in each step of 'the. treat-1  the  ores from the Lucky ,;Ji'm, Slor.ii  Uut'h  and ,/TJ'ther zi'hc  shippers; j  I In;  tlu  will prove     th'i!  Allowinir  '        *"  eight ..cubic -feet is  the "usual- t'stiinate-Yeve- are  (i,2p0;  to:i:r'of' Ore blocked out and ;in, sight.  1-t must- be, borne in .mind that,;, this j  shoot  V.'as: not been. exploVed  at ������ all j  to'fne east-.cd the Sullivan eross-ciU.;  Reduced'' to ' fujlires';  we .have t;,!ir>0;  i-nnsUi the shoot, -2,000 on'the dump;  iUid  I'iiO tons'  .'sacked.;,,   makins ;S,;110;,  of an avcraRC value of SIS    per  Allow ing'$30.50 j S-lar  cost of  mininE.ioI. tliC-Slocau.   ���  l'"Wi:.. ..     , ,.t*'iim,. -��� freiK-ht  "ami!   AVbat, the /Aurora .iieeds iri. order  aiul'it cer-'make- large' profits  is.a. suitable eon-  iice���tlH're;oc'i)tr;iting plant. A mine ol     this  remains a prolit' of $'17.ai) per ,-.,-,.  tin'.'  ore  now  actually, is -somewhat alnu      to a  3,000 j property  without      a   sawmill  |; ���'���   j owners    have the'raw material,    for  ,   f (,     ihm-cIs  until  it,    This  quesumi  of zinc brings  us, -ati wealth-but,  for. the moment.   hu'k the  ered  from  the  tu-,..cls  untU  u,    ^J1'.^t   {()  Uw  ^^ f)f    Ulc 1)Usi.j ln;u'hinery      to     convert    tins  crude  situation   of   the  company.    The  product     of the mine, is .zinc;  iviul,  therefore,  it is from, this  ininer-  the     shareholdert.' n;r.st look  revenue.,..- There eon  be    no  ll,ii:  blinking of      the  fact       thai  ore exists in  the property.      ai'ul.  ion to      the ex!;-;it   of      the  dcvelopiir-'lil/'    tl.,0110   fret   of   driftin-g.  .|ir, .i.-ct of shaft, wii'.ze an.', uphusi-'i.  tons  {on; or '   S-I03,OSO.'  per   ton to .cover 1 be  uw'iiiiij;,   tr-ansporlation,  treat meat at- the'smelter-  Kiiniv is a geiu'i-ous  allowa.... , ... .     .  1        - ' 'o{ Si7.50 per ton;, or | character . without  such, an  etimpi/aeu.i.  $U7,.l".r>  on  available  whereot  big  to 1  timber I  rh<:;  ^Iy;yS  r'V;'.i;iJiantc:-j-:-'A-.';':'n.,;.Ma:^^^  ^���nh^Yi-^ekulnier'fY^.^^^^*1^  ";.ii)le,"r!enVEyiius,'1PvlF.. -Jp'l,i_as\i>a,; JJ.;,.'. 'iicr;  "^Tav.ish;-'-:K,yiJ.: c Stinsoiii ;''-:]V,'tay!or, M..  ;XSleXicoi amb:jX$."������-a%I-:'aclierii.-,;';..;;,'"';  ���''J" " ;ciiiicl'reiisV Spprts^CliarlesViVi ;3IacKa^"-  ' ���ahh>A..br-Mcrutyre. 'v,: >���";;; ���-.;', '��� * ' '..{���  : '-/ Ca!edOniaivSpbrts--;C. A'^Vo'bte.'.'Chas...-.  :.LH:inna 'and Harold :Chap3iiijn. ,;,,.;  ,i; :;  .'. ,'- CreU'sYvi^-ai;:GUl':i'".^0!lra<V"W a";  ."'������''Hi!i'er.'.-:''-���''". ' ":. : V.'.';.''. " ;.-';' ivi'.'-'''��� .."''':" 'V::'  ��������� ��� -Ady-erti^ing-t'..j. -Srai-.tlj; and Herberr ;,.  >j;ickSO��.-   .    .,-        ,'.'-/���   ...;-.    V '-. '",-....��� ���������'.������'���' -  '<��� ���   'Trailsportatioti-'-K..; A.' '.llill,     E. ; p.;,  ..' 'kaimn 'and A.?P.: Macilonakl.;    .      ; ;f  .' Ketresbiiieiits--Williaisi''; Reese,   I/. A.  "'IIornt;,AV. Sullivan, C.   A; FpOte.^HUe.  ; To'rpey-.'-.ivi D. StiivSon a^'u|;.JJuines Rob-  ...c-r'ts.-::- . , / ��� ",'      .'"'-."'      :.'.���������'���     -   ' .���"    .-���  'Liquid Re(reshinoiits--J. A\;.-Fiteli;.K.  ������"' A. Hill, J.'-'McLareiv,.' Vy". . A.   Camercn  ���   and Juir.es C-rbi.U..   .,���:.-.  ...  - lJaiieiu^-^leToi-pey, Vred K^c.J' ..I,.  ,'. llu'tt atici j. lf. Caire.':,���:.'...' .'      .."  '-.. Music-J.' U'olj'o'rts, .-6':. . A.   I'oote .ii'nd  V,'j:'-J?iiiyth.    .-..-.   -:  -'  ." "  . '  .'" Gnninds-A..   Ferris.   A.   Gil!   and  J:'  ,  ^Iel.arcn..' ���     ���.  ���������'. Aquatic. .Sports-R.     Campbell,      H.  '  C.tmble aud K. Carru'lhers.   , .,  . ;i!asi:1)al!-ir. Jackson,. R. Gamble  ami  '������{). CrnieUslmuk..; '    '���     .   ���; ...  - .   ' '  , ;i'OoUJal'!-l"rcil I'^e,   Albert   Gill   ami'  M'. JK-Nicol.  ' ���".''..  .J.;' .      .V ' ������ '       ���  ���aiiWooK  LV4  taliee.:;  a.' .  i-.n  If^rp;  ^A .  :'S  *t��� ft. mi i  ;Speciarirams andVReducedRateson��,&M  ���:ftt  ���ft:  rrY^  l lie ore  from . the,moiiu'iit it, tons  are zinc,  .i led on live, barges for trans-  ���ion across the  lake  to    the C  for shipment.' This mill, site  ��� be bettered and there is. an  iied supply of water, to be. had  ��� the. lake by ' pumping- it is  that il.ainb  creek  to  the ..'north  claims can be.  tapped'   with    a  ..This  question  a  uess  main  ami, ,1  al    that  for  their  I-'  t!  t !:;���  wealth  into  the  tangible  dollar.  An up-to-date plant of a eapaeit;  to treat titty tons of m\' p,.-r (!a:>  Would cost, creeled on Ihe .emiipany':  J;ronnd anil in operation, in flic nei^li-  .tin-  \ik'  am  1      the expenses  of pumping, in,pr  So  the  inucn  supl'lv  I hereby  eliminated,  lie tier  provided   that  ��iirr-ei.-iil.  i'-p   the  hillsidf,   north  i��f   th  Ihe  lie  t'l'tll-    '''  i  i-v.-rl  isaally   itir.  this    >.M'r  (plant; t it'.-..  ;o   i'evi."0ia:  t v 1  borb  oe.-i   of. t^v.HOl!.  Till;  l m i;' i  ]ieitd  il'iire   '   -wi-.iihl-  Teh  a se  so lis  ta.nl ial   sum-of  ?! IT.  7;">   in  dial  profit   now  hi  'ad  iii  i:i   !!  in'  su;iit.    in      ti.i  mine  iir.;!   t!  read  1,..;.;  ,-  for. t real men  0:1 the' dump,  1.  and  y,;..-  ���  Blaylock,-  Chairnarj  ..���rerrij:  V::2-cha?rm,in  I i \ V L! 'J,  IVOMi  S2  Kamm,'  irctzvy  I*/V'. .^,'- si?': :<?*'��� ^"~ *&** ���**' /&?��� <*y> ,<&���,,   -.. - >..-   .    ,~  .^7, A~tr.   ,->.'.  ,!���#''.  .-rjr.  u'^uJ JXil^rr^-.! wZj'i$��Z~ J ��*13��i3:  ��-.**���. <��*< ..*". .W^- s& ��� -C^' Jt?' .-**'��� ,<��f- ���  fl-ci.;����������.����3' *�������;'.-,��J!;a* -���$&������ ���������<��}>��� ?*.T& ������;���-  'Mi.r^-ti'V V.' V^" lV  \' "^l.-  isrssreKynjsasEEE  :<!.. /'':^..:��...<:t:  r??P:;::.:.,.-'i.-'-r  .i.I'.-.*j->.'.-.---.  ^���i"-i:r"i3v:  ^�����='. s&*.   -rf;r. jC.rf'. >-f-  ��� --vSiSil. -ii'*-    i��.iCv ; K*V- ;���<.*���  -���V^.- ^'   X;k>   "'<,- A��.1;  ^���^i-aaavi^ii'^Jir. i^a:.  ,fe..  mmmmm  ���&%sa'M��iiJ' ��� - i-  Y * -'  ��� ��������  r  ,  ''^  W   .IV-  i'c��"   f-t -_  ���:' ff|'  i*li  l-^'-#  j; ?"# '    -  '-    �����; �� < <  ������*��:.' -M-  s .,-���(?;'  .. w   i    ,   l-  tfff' ,  ssliivr'S  -��.$fe'  |V%,  bj>^*'  v,��  .''.-. 5,-'  '"-".��* " ���  z n. i    *at��iMc-i^>^. ��� r^ai ������i =caK?3ci-:  THE LEADER, MOVTE, BRITISH COLUMBIA".  r^ss^ytzsweszy^^ -.. r  -��ar;.T'*��STXr��. < �����, ..rxiK*'3^.*^i*.J>i��*iaByjJT<a*.''tf  TWFT^ ,c,"M,;f^'  ^5r ry-^ra^^^^*^^  /  E  But only once hi a lifetime will you have the opportunity to buv furniture and other  lines of merchandise at'the prices the QRANBROOK CO-OPERATIVE STORES are.  now offering their customers. "'  ' .'','-  NG  Our reftson for this ����rea{. reduction iu prices is that, we have an offer of. purchase of  our entire business provided we can, by July 35th,   reduce   our  stock   to  twenty   thousand  doll ^ 1"���* ;- '- -1-' c   -----  '---  ��� ;    -    ' ' -   -���-        '���-    .  jw  BIG CIRCULAR  1   Ssv/ing Machines  Standard Drop llcnds  Kldridge Cabinets  Standard (it-arid     '      ���   ,  Ten-y^ar   guarantee   from   the I  '- manufacturer with all   these-  machines and they wiil.dotho  work^  of any ether mtichine  * i       -_/     J J       '  ) .   ^.^.......^     Vca .Jt'^iv IU        l_lll_lll,_V lill/ll^StllllL  )llar.s.    'Our object now is to dispose of  our business, and   from   now  until  July 15   our  -ices will be our only argument.,     Here arc some to start; with/     WATCH   FOR   OUR  ?35 '  4i5  , Morris Chairs  One only, lap faded,' regular $9,  ' ..no\v$ItU��.        "   /,  ' '"-  No. 7TC,  green   cushion,   spring  seat, oak frame, regular $15,  now  SI 0.2.1 ' \  i i ,  rto.'dTl,  mission  frame,   velour  /cushion, regular'$20, no\v.'$13.7o.  We -have over  twenty designs  >' ,      '    ,"'o  , Mattresses  ,->o. :>, art tick, beaver grass fiH- -  ing, wool one side,  3  feet and '��  feet C inches, ouly )f2 75"and !|;3.'  "S7 rnattres"s, now, $5.2o,'  SO rn'attresi, now Si-10.  Our best.felfc, mattress,  regular'  S12.50, now,$0.25Y'"  Prices oji this  1  Cnin brook.  ptiekiuer.  __2^c]Kar^eJVn-  Our  jirices   XK\\\  J^ 'jh^jQ? ^^^w!*"--****  not permit of rcfiindsfor r.uj.  way fares, exception oilers  above glOQ." Shouldj/oii u-'a,^  anytliing in our /stock .^.-i  cannot come into Cnmbi-onl,?  send us the amount'vou v,-isli  to pay, and'we \vjll__s7iip the  goods subject to your approval.  Jf not satisfactory'when recw-  ved we will refund your luonev,  and you 'can return .tlie't?ofHk  in,.Morris, chairs,  with' the  price prices on'all  the  lines we carry  Iron Beds  Onr prices on this line have .always been lower than other stores  but we are-going ^till lower. AVe  cannot, for lack of space, give you  now where the entire stock should  ���sell. <    ,  Some   Other' Lines     That ' May  /Interest   You'  Union''wool   carpet   now 3bc,  .regular GOc. ' -        , ,    , <"  .     Union , wool  carpet   now 45c.,  regular 75p.  It should be enough when we say  that at this REDUCTION" SlLE  we are selling Iron Beds at S3.  Dresser and Stands  Princess design, quartered oak,  IS by '30 mirror, regular /l-l.OO,  now L'S.50.   . ,, ,    '  , No. 700,. dresser and stand. Mii--'-  ror bevel plate, 12 by 2-1. ltemcw-  ber, the two pieces, 10.50. ���      Y  <  Our range of.dressers i�� the hir-  gest'in  the, district.   '.Wott tliac,  the price is down to bed  rock it'  will pay you to send in your order:-  Rugs  Union liugs'  Tapestry  /���  Brussels  tiaatiaaaaaBaszagmi.MMfflMMMwi^  $ 4.75 to, $9  & 7 00 to H '  H50tol9*yftrd  O i f  ^Union   wool   carpet   now  C5e.F  regular.liOO.        Y ,  t ' Tapestry   carpet, all   1.00   and;  j 1.25 goods, selling at'Go and 75c. a.  e rseasur^ol Buying,  business locals;  <FOR SALiE��� Bedsteads and  springs. Six bedsteads v and four  springs.���Apply to'Taylor & Ron-  ner, International Hotel.  Mis3 L. M. Scott, trained nurse  of Rathwell  Hospital,   Winnipeg,  -��� is .realized when after many days you 'are ' still satisfied with  your purchase and the price,paid. ..'��� What gives this satisfaction? The knowledge that you have purchased the verv highest quality article at the lowest possible price        ���"'  ' '   -1 i * ���        , '.'     j"'"-""^''   ^xUOIJu,ttl,     ,vlUUipeg,  x in ougii our iMail Order Department we  offer   the   out-  is ready ior engagements of any  of-town bu_yer these satisfying essentials. I kiad- -    Maternity   a ' specialty.  From first to last our stock is   emphatically  high-grade, e  Mild being extensive manufacturers and importers, we are in  n position tP quote prices that cannot be equalled by another  firm in Western Canada.  _ Write for our catalogue and get in touch with us if wish,  mg to get good service/best quality goods and reasonable  prices.  i o  Henry Birks & Sons, Limited,  Jcwelery mail order house Geo.' E. Trorey^Man. Dir.  VANCOUVER, B.   C.  "The Mo*Cow-Moo"  Editor, Moyie .Leader:  AVith a view to settling an argument can you inform me as to  whether or not it is a fact that  in the case of a cow long eyelashes--  .create short sight while shorter  ones produce the more far-reaching vision? A fellow resident of  ^ioyie, having recently purchased  a milcli   cow,  claim*   ue  animal  STRAWBERRIES  Strawberries for preserving.  Shipments to start on June 21st.  Price, f.o.b.. Wyndell, B.   Q, $2.50.  J'iU your orders either direct or  with your local express>gent who  will post you on the arrival of the  goods.  Those who can afford it should  not neglect to put up a liberal  supply of the Queen of Fruit,  the  Adv.  - - -Singer Sewing ^Machines cost  very little more than cheap machines. Do the best work and  last a life, time, Sold on small  monthly payments ��by Geo. B.  Powell, Cranbrook. In Moyie on  10th of each month,  FOR SALE���About S3 chairs.  Suitable for hall or rooms in hotel.  ���Enquire at Leader office.       c  FOR SALE���Two lots and two  houses, on north Tavistock street.  One is a six roam house, completely furnished and with wsodshed  and icehouse attached. Good well  on place; also stable' and chicken  house. Also Mason & Ri^ch piano  almost new. For price and further particulars apply to Mrs.  J. R. McDonald.  Folding collapsible go-carts,  rubber tires, brown and black  finish, $7.00 each at the Cranbrook  Co-Oporative Stores, Cranbrook.  has difficulty in   finding   its  Way  home, aud it is for his  enlighten-,  meut that 1 sack th.j infornutiou. .iStmwberry' nnrl  wiieu  d��i"��    so  nut AM nouns.  Auswoi���At first sight would  ,1'udgc that the farther the cow  travelled tho harder it  would  be  FOR SALE OR RENT ���Large  five room house either for sale   or  rent:   Large cellar, chicken house,  woodshed  and  good well.    Close  to town.    Will be sold cheap. Ap-  tfet it from  the party who can de-  rjly to ^vs- ]1enry Giles, Moyie.  liver the berries at your door   the I     ROOMS WITH HOARD��� Two  same day as picked from field. nicely     furnished     rooms      with  And   there   is  only   one  party rboard.    Apply to Mrs. Lomer.    '  (Dr. H,E.HALi  . DENTIST  The Expert 'Crown and Bnijj  ' '       l  Worker.  Office over Mr. Shoit,;  Wall       Paper     Ston-  Armstrong; Ave,       Crank*!  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES'  of all descriptions, such  as   house  fittings,   lamps,   shades, or   motor  boat supplies,   spark   plug?,   cdite, j  batteries,'go to or write.  J. H. RINGROSE  Stanley St. .       Nelson, C. C  Zrf'-feS-  J  that can comply  with this   condi-  jand  that is  for it to see its  way  home.    The'tl,m (uul 'J'1 t]*'J ^"lll>trf   of   many,  time of day, and confluent   pei-'  iod of daylight or   daikness, may  liUo have its eiTect.    If you could  inform us as to the picsent hizo of  the cow's eyelashes we   would  be  enabled   to   >,ee  farther  into   tlu-  fcubject.���lid.  O. J. WIGKEN,  Wyndell, B. G.  L-ime shoulder is ulrnnst invariably canned by rlu-uiimati-ni of  the muscles aud yield.- quiekly to i  the free application of Chamber- i  ain's Liniment. This liniment is I  i-.ot only prompt and effectual, but '  in no way di.sagrueable to use.!  Hold by the Moyie ]>ug ' & yta.i.Vot21  tlHHery Uu, ' j .''^o, 8  C P. R. Time Table  FOR SALE���Four room house  and shack with, lot; both furnished, $150.. Apply, T. Summers,  Cigar Store.  MVSic   L12SSOXS-I am   pre-  | pared to give lessons on  piano  to  any pupils wishing   t-ame.    Apply  to F. II.   McMahon,1 International  Hotel.  No. 213  No. 7 ���  Westbound  Local   ���'  Soo-Spokano  EastoQund  Local     I  SoovSpcikune  l;20p.m.  1:10 p.m.  -:52 p. m  5.2'.t p. m'  The Royal Seal   cigai    |Uis been  before the smoking  public   for a  dozen year*.    Jc is made in Nelson  and    can    Lie    bought   iu   nearly j  every mountain town. ..'..'   I  .CaambSriatt.-s v^^^X  ft��vcrfai!>   ,Uu;/u ,ia\v.   -U Wi^ sav�� Uft,   '  Rudyard tupuna    Pbv"l> En>LU * '"��� U"C0"  Tho Greatest Living  English  Author  A small man, tanned and bronzml in -i ,.\n-,~ n,,,       ,  tolll, will, l,ro��,l rtoiiWtn, ta ?S l~\ ',��" '?,''., '"'"fir. mnaroly  dark n,uS[iK-[le amj 5quaH. ic,0]l,^ 1-i���,u^t ? itja,sht eyebrow, a thi.-k  Servlre College ut V/ohlwairi In \-n,I- ' u,") (tl,"^on I:�� '-'"tcr.-I il1P Vnitf.i  Tho atmosphere was n 1 u ry anil u tan T,,'"v'^'T V ,��"1 ,,"'U:, CllTu"^  Jr. coloring the mlrni ���r .hi bo^ who a^urH \^T 'If " "'"'^ f"lr,��  tlon than l;y diroct s-liidv.    It. js fuo tint I,n ^   .., J,* ,-*"'����s* ">i<�� ah-i'irj,  literature In a n.a.l0r-or- act J ���d ���V ��,�� i" 1 ' ' *"*"* '" K"1"-S'"  of tho plunder;   but ot!.WwS. ,,vM ^,' ��� %*^^>^ ��h��, e  At seven^nn l.c- wont to India to woilc on til ��� "CIvlI '..w   ����m.  at Lahore, where hl.s talent lj��ran to bo i.,w-,,.���/���       '      /''""y Oazcttf'  hy the ediior-ln-chlor.    51,^��;^ ���'" % 'j'1" P����oni*ms way  which gave him his first i^ica��\      JKJ IN ��� n f rro,n l!,,i M,,ls-" '���  ^k^coS-01-' to'���- "���- $ ?^o?^.B,r,!n?,K I  ��.taiuas while Alfred auz V     \   ,   ?,    r\Zi,r."^-.  ,,"!,,',"I,"a a7" i ti M  Piarantcod  to offend  no one.    The ' ,-a"   e   nV    a XA ^r"'1 ' '"'  "<  newflissie addrd to our llt-ratiup 'm .i,a,.iil,M���l    Jtcce ���.-no.ial"���a    Srll. ,���    ..       .,      .      ,  " Kipling is ,i,o nposde of U,e stmnuons- h, lovn, ,.���,������       ,      - ,    K1    * W��y,B   ')r"B   'V   Sta  ovc; he ii, thrilled l,y str���^lo. by powel, i,v <-on ,  ost       ,    ''   Pi"n,s il ^'����     Ll0��ery Co.  thermal instincts and p^slons. nuu.re u u:^r   '    .,     t/,'    fJ"s ni?"' ��Hh  brutality, fearless to the point or-frenzy, but aw- v" -V,���      ��U'l' hlun<- l��  when he lots the Oriental in his nature keep him fe   o?lft ?"'.a'Wi,,'s h  realed to the world as no other ^nBliah wrU,.r"laL eVe" !,'0'n(^"a hn M**  Jiutcrej MwMui to Ait of tho h.Miu������H. ufL-ilIin(1i. !���(;,,,.,��� lm, ,,y ,Y.c.-vtct Al t,���. l,    "  Motor   Boat Supplies  and  Gasoline Engines.  Wo have the largest and best assorted stock in the interior of R.  O. Anything used on a motor  boat wo have got it. "Wo are  agents for The Caille Perfection  Motor Co., and we keep in stock  a number of motors at all times  f-o before purchasing elsowhere  call and inspect them. They are  high in quality but low in pri^.  Write for ,catalogno  imd price list.  E. D. MESSENGER   Co.  J'.<>. I'.ox 172. Stanley SL  iVKLSON",   13. O  Shamrock Creamer)1 Butter  Shamrock Leaf Lard  Shamrock Hams  and  Imperator Bacon  For sale by   nil  fiist  grocers and  P. BURNS & CO*  '   'MOYIE, B.C.  MISS HELENA HARRISON  CerLifrcalwl GiailiiElo of TrrmitoCir'J  \alorv of MH--1I.*  P.O. Box 127 -   Cranbrook,&C|  Will be in Jroyiooiery Tim^'l  Certifk-ite of finprovcmenls  NOTICE  IMvM'\ l'R.KTIOV AN" CUN''  i-KAL'ilON  AIIXI-KAI/  O.M^ '  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy i,   ;,;V,,i,,I,^;,,t  EV1l,;;i^ " ^  ���sold on a  guarantee   that   if  you !    w,Illt. ,���,.���,,,: 0m i'a   c ,t   "''  are noc satisfied after using   tvvo-   T.<,��e, moi,.- i,..Ue.  thirds of a bottle according to the !    T.vki? xoT.'Civ ih.ii  directions, your money will b6 re  funded.    Jb is up   to   you   to try  S'.l����  ��� lid.  no. n  ,���M>l.liti-l Minn'-'  -1..   !���'*    ''  uyy be.jt  10  L��.Srt!ll..-|,l���r /.;;;V;;  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that any  person  having  in   his   possession  saw logs belonging to the   nudes-  signed is liable to prosecution:.  Siun'bij :  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  I TJI.i\ lot k. 1-'. M. C  1 -f. .it;i nt (or tilt   Csi  [ Sine llui'^   Co .    of   C.nii"'  Miiki-s CuiUliotU-No   H:i.''l-'.   "'|e  S1\IJ   r|.l\s  flolll   Ihod.iii   I'.Sl'-  to. the JI.ininjf Kecoivli-r. '"'   LVr"J|l"|j|f  'of iiii]:)[-ovftncrit for tin- purl11'*1-' "    ,  ���    ��� I    thr   ill"'  taming��� Crown  ' Ci.rinits   <��   '-'-.  ���cl:iiiiiy. ! ,   '    ���   ���    .|j(|..  And further  t.-ikc  iioliVc-- ill-**.-,l'-^  inider Secti,,n 37,   int-isl-  '"-��� ''"'".'"''i  .f'.MicIl  Ccrtil"-"  before the issii.ii.iee ���>  of IiDJirove'iuuii.  Diife.I tins IWh day of   AVrl1'  .1910. |  :Vl''


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