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Array c.  "C ���*  A M  ���' ,'i  i't1  ������ft-  *��.  ft  ". n  Fmt Abb tjjk Lathst j.\  JEWELRY, Bee  W, H. WILSON,  JEWELLER      .     CilANI.ROOK.  Wi_ Make a Specialty op  Correcting Eye Defects.       -WILSON",  OPTrCIAX CRANBROOK  VOL.12 NO. 9-  MOYIE,  B.C^ JUNE 5,   1909.  American,Pres^cut' Glass  Can't tell it,from the real thing.  A  nice assortment of pres-cut'glass.composed of cellery   trays,   table sets,A syrup'-  jugs,'; fruit   bowl.-.;   cake "plates; Vinegar-  crule, etc., just opened up.      . ', ,  These goods will 'easily take the ' place   of  genuine,cut glass  and. arc  less than  half  the- price:      ���   '   ��� '      '  '    ,     ' " '    , ���   ' ���   - \'  .   J'OIt .-C.UAI.1TV. ',  <_/  Ajt  !*  ���M >S3*_* _��33 _�� _J=-**"****2 _s_SSk3Si-��?���-ee.i.  S3 A  YEAR  GENERAL FLOAT  The.English army now has   11,-  000 total abstainers. ���  I,CMS. DIAMOND  IS DROWNED.  11      .,       '   The new Eagle building in  Nelson is ready to occupy.  ���'  The C.  P. R.   Ban It hotel has  opended lor the. summer. ,  The telephone business is picking up in,China. Poking has now  iy00 subscribers.  _��  _,  o ��  :__*  fi.i"a  E**K  ���-V  ���������jf  Irtl  ^  lil  SB'-.    4  g">*.*4  :Ai';EA'AGy;GWYNNE,;:V,  Cigars*   Tobaccos,   Confectionery  FRUIT. ETC:   '   - v  F (        _V. i  ' Tbe Canadian Bank of Com-  merce is opening, a branch at  Nakusp. ,    , , ;  The average  life of a piece of ..__,_   ...    l.    ���.   plate glass is 10   year?, as   shown J J.I;\ Diamond, a   brother .of the  Chas. Diamond,Was drowned  in  the narrows  above -town  Thursday    afternoon   about   _.  o'clock,  and up to  the time of  going  to  press his body  lias not  been  recovered.  '   Search ��� parties   'have  been at work almost continuously  dragging'for  the body,  and  the  use of dynamite 11%* been resorted  to without results.   ,TJie accident  occurred about?opposite the  sawmill  of   tiie   Porto   Rico Lumber  company," where  the water is 16  feet   deep   at the  'present   time  by plate glass insurance' records.  '. FAR.RET.J_ 3JLOOK  MOYIE  Rupert Bulmerdwill be the dele-  ', -  gate from Rossland union   to  the  annual convention of  the  W.  F.  M. at Denver.  HOOK- YOUR   TICKETS''-  "   .    througli    .. ���     "  BEALE   & ELWELL  ,  July 1st will  bo right  royally  celebrated at Fernie, according ,to  <**   ��� '  the plans outlined by  the  Fernie.  Athletic Association.'  'POT  THE  .OldCountry  Each American Fourth of July  costs approximately ' 500 lives,'  with injuries to 4000 other merry-makers. \'        _ '    ��� -",  Sule ageiits.for White.Star, Dominion,'.Red Star,   American' an'd  other   Trans-At-1-.   .During the last 17 years !A.meri  ��� ���A'-A. A," - _   _' .laiitic lines. �� .' '���'       '"   ' -    '���        -       '        ~   Ticket can i*e obtained from" Ivoolenay points to Uverpoo.,   Paris,.  Sweden, Italy  aud tiny Kuropc.ni port via Mbntreal/^m- York or Portland.'' *  .3��)��K__-Z_��___2-^  '      , ,,    .    -  '���' ',      '*'.<_      , * ..   <*  \ *     ��� p ****���>  '-,'. Now,is the time-to  rogSa&iSS  can coal mines" have killed 22,S10  men, made at least 10,000 widows  and upwards of -40,000 orphans.  buy  Fishing :R6^s;..f*Q'm,'j5c>to.Ji2  Av, , ��� '    . ',, '   '_   ����� A "(t ���   . '- '      ** -'.'*'  "' AV   .*   ' * * ,   .    '      ��       , - *i        "-'-'���, v '' ' - .    c  , ,. Will-be  sold at reduced prices for-.His week.-"',.  _-..,_,> -      ^ ���_..,. ' ',   .      '   -r- ,,.- V      -��      , '-I       ><,   ,   1      '  k.,   .      .    -.    J-. ... , "t-   1 1_     1 _,   .^     .   ,,,,j__,*rtH. i-      ��-._- '���_ ,".,, T   1       _.,  Tlie Mbyie Drug & Stationery Co. \  Over a million dollars "worth of  Prince Rupert lots were disposed  of,"atv tlie    sale'  in   'Vancouver,  whicli isj going  f_int town.' '  some for an in-  3��_&_S__S��:  i2^3^'-2i2^^'J��2^^*��:j��t  Try a sack of  Rev. Fortune, formerly ol Crau-  brook,' -is now superintendent of  the'temperance and moral reform  movement'in Alberta; , Ilis-sal.  iiry'is,$lS00-per-y-eaV and traveling expenses.   ' -  Robin Hood Flour  The best yet at  J. W. FITCH'S  COME AND SEE US  REGARDING PRICES  $ . ,   MOYIE'S    LEADING    HOTEL. ���'        J  l Hotel Kootenay   I  Bloomingtoh and Decatur of  the Three-! league broke the  world's professional record for  long baseball games iu a contest  that went 20 innings. Decatar  winning. 2 to 1. Decatur won in  the 20 th inning. The actual play-  iug time was four hours ,and 20  minutes. -   1 ' ,_  F. C. Long Builds.  F. Ci. Long, the shoemaker,'- has  bought  the    corner lot   opposite  the   Kootenay hotel,   and  is already excavating-for,the  foundation  of   a   new   building.     This  building will  be'SOx-10,  and  will  be one story for the present.    The  place  will   be   divided  into   two  store rooms.    One   side   will    be  occupied by himself as a boot and  shoe store, and the other  portion  will be for rent.  deceased, living - at Cashmere,  Wash., was "* notified, and has  wired' , that he would start at  once for here.a He will probably  arrive tiday.'d --',. ,      '','-'  Thursday   afternoon*  Diamond  and a  man  named  Dan   jMcLen-  'nan| a stranger in tke camp,   took  a boat  and  started   for   Muuroe  Like to have a  few days'  fisliing.  When they .were in  the narrows',  Diamond,, in  some   way lost his  balance and fell out of  the  boat.  JVTcLennan  does not se^ra   to   be  able.to tell just how it happened.'  A telephone1 message  from the  mill notified the,people' in  town,  and  immediately , a   search    was  begun.   _ J3ut , this   is    the .high  water season,  and it is doubtful  if the body i9 found for's ime time-  , Charlie," Diamond", was  a  landmark and a character   in- Moyie.  Everybody knew him' and  everybody liked him.  lHe was generous  to a' fault, 'and- the  dooiA of, his  cabin' was    never   locked:.    He  wonld cheerfully", divide hi3 last  twodbits or his'last bannock with  any.one ,who needed it.    He  came  to Moyie"before,4the,railroad   was  built,   and   followed   mining:  and  prospecting ever  since.     He  had  a good education and rvas  an  interesting   conversationalist.  '  ne  was about SO.years of age.   There  is   general  regret    over   his   sad  ending.  %        LOCAL ASSAYS  -./ _____  _f-5'_'$-*_._>=9_S-=J*:S'_._.-_*;i-"'3i*Jia5$_.$$-3i  Wm. McDougall  and  wife, left  for the east Tuesday.  R. A. Smith is getting his  stock lyi>  of goods in.  E.    G.    ('tvyimo   was   down to  Spokane this week. <  S. O  Biayloclc, was  at  Calgary  for se.veral days. '  The water in the lake  is( rising  epiite rapidly.  John Boyd came over from Eureka, Mont., Monday,  See   the   display of  shirts at Foote's     , ,  1.. A  ' Crowe  Brys  I {|���������������^^^-^^^^^^^^���ii$���,  1 ".  have their store open for busineosr. I' V?/  w  w  ������ '-���,  summer  &  Co., will soon  3n for busineos:  W. JJ. , Wilson, the  Cranbrook  jeweler, will be in 2doyie oh  June  10th. -. ' ���    "(  A'-daughter was.'bprn *to   -Mr. J  and-Mrs. Geo.'Turner 011 May  2S".  'Now i.s the-time to put on your  screen' doors. We are cojnpJete  iu'tli'i.s line and our jiricos witU-  in.the i-euclj of all.  We have in stock lQdoV. Extension Window screens'made io  fit auy windou*, ' ' '    ���  . n  ,1 1  .w  <_'  Dave Porter is in ,-the  hospital] t|>  at'Wallace, Idaho, suffering from  lung trouble  For the Celebration.  There is no lagging of interest  in the coming celebration at  Moyie on Dominion Day. Every  committee meeting ��is well attended, and everyone is 'working  with a vim. ��� There was a good  crowd out last" night. Another  $100 was given the' grounds committee, the senior  b.iseball   team  ���?  ii  Tke best of accommodations  for  the Traveling  Public.    ,  '' !  Large and Commodious Sample ltoonis. Billinrd Rcome.      \  . McTAVISH & CAMERON  Proprietor?. j  We  Men's  ������   Also  iave Received this  Week a   Fine Lot of  Suits to Retail at $10 to $20-  Payroll Is $48,000.  Tho payroll at the Sfc. Eugene  mine next Thursday, June 10th.  will be $10,000- The men will  get their cheques at the mine  office, as usual, and can get them  cashed as tho bank in town.  will have $125, and the junior  baseball team $25, Caledonian  sports $100, aquatic sports $75,  and the hose race $75. The  Cranbrook band of���17��� pieces has  been procured for   the  day.    The I  C: E. Vroman, representing A.  IS. ilcDei-mot pf Cranbrook. was  in town yesterday.  _    , *��� '-  There w*as a ,well attended  social dance in Moi ley hall Tuesday evening.        _ ���   *���_  / A daughter, was born to-Mr.  and Mrs. H, H. Dimock yesterday  morning.,   '   ,  *r-t  ' ���      *   ' ' >  "���  Ernest McQuade will soon have  the boat he is , building' ready to  launch. -   ���   - ,' '    * 1  Ben Evans shiftboss at the con-  concentrator, is out'at ^Spokane  taking^a holiday. -  , ,JMik a, Torpy,' Mike Bonner and  Geo. Kelly came home from Spokane last Saturday..'.  Mr. Alpine Cameron came up  from  Spokane dthe   first   of   the  truck.'. _.,..���,_..���,__  Judge Kyan was "up from Cranbrook last Saturday and cheld  small debts court. '"  H. G. Garrett, solicitor of' Cranbrook, was in Moyie Tuesday aud  Wednesday.  It is expected there will be a  picnic for the' Presbyterion Sunday school children next (Saturday.  Gold win Stewart, of the Moyie  Drug aud Stationery Co., was in  Cranbrook the first of the week.  Miss McQuado is up from Port-  laud, Oregon, and will remain  here for a couple of months visiting with her mother and  brother.  Hi  MacEaehem & Macdonald: J  Mining Companies   wilLMeet.  *V?.*-s.  I \, 1- , r S^SHp*3  .   Vi r'fr_E��tfi��_j  i-f_VE_;  .>,���"_' ai_S  I'  Dr. Hansen Visits   Moyie.  -The-generaPannual meeting of  the Society Girl ajim->g Co-,'"Limit-  ed, will,rbe held iu Morley hall  next-Monday, June 7tb,,at 1.30  o'clock. *       1  The annual ' meeting of the  Aurora Mining & Milling' Company, Limited, will be held in  McGregor hall on Tuesday,' Jime  8th, at 7 o'clock in the evening.  Both    are   the .regular, annual  meetings of  the  companies,   and  aro  for  the -purpose pf -electing  officers and transacting any other!  business  that   may 'come  before!  the meetings.  ''     i  .-Farewell /or,_Mr.,  Dr.   Sten"  Hansen,' , of Fargo  North Dakota,'is but in' this part'  of the country looking  after  his," *  various,  interests    and   visiting'  with his  brother, 'jY..Hansen   of A  of Wasa.    Dr,' Hansen is owner df ''  the Manhattan hotel, the Fia.iron  buil.dingand the  store  in  which'"  James Crosby  is  located.'    After'  Reaving here some.five, years  agoy  Mr. H-uisen" went  to  college  and" '"  Studied osteopathy.'' -When, he A  graduated he opened an  office ' in    '  Parga * and    now.   has  praticce.  week1  '-��'.  iH  _%��  Com.  He* was in  a  good  Moyie  this  j JVew* ��� 'Rooming House. <  Rev. li. E. Colli?, for a year pas-  '_< %*$Sr-  -.,.-^*_^sai��i_-,,_  1  *( l^7��i^"  b"**i��**��_s|  ��� *��� ������������-*- ;<r  I  tor of the Movie Methodist j Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Lee have their  church, left Wednesday for Ver-1 large rooming house completed,  non, where he will preach for a and have most of the rooms fur-  few months before'returning to nished. The building, stands im-  college at Toronto. Mr. Collis j mediately' opposite the Tnterna-  was given a rousing sendoff at the jtional hotel. It is a 12 room  Church  Tuesday evening  in  the  building and all of  the1 furniture  way of a social. There was a  large attendance, and all of the  chinches in town were represented.  Football Team's Suits Arrive.  Thet new   suits  for  the, Moyie  A. G. Monkhouse will leave  the  football team are here and can be  &  is absolutely new. The place is  now open, and there are no better  rooms in town.  *>'*--5.*?*&  . , :��� V 3-f"*-  , ,;<^_��s*r  ��� Mm  :*-i^#'  ^c.i*'is<j1  ' C*?��s  To Masonic  Grand   Lodge.  first of the week for Vancouver,  where he will attend the session  of the Odd Fellow's grand lodge.  Mrs. Gold win Stewart and sister left Wednesday for Calgary,  where    they    will    remain    the  booze booth  will   be  haudled  by  greater portion of the summer.  Bank Doing: Business.  big  '���'st'tick  of Cliildi'ohV.shoes, in  the  AMHERST   MAKE.  "Ei ^5l.  THI"'    PlTItN.ISH.tfR.  j    Imperial Bank of Canada.     8  I Capital A.uthori/.cd----r--$10.000,000.  Capital .Paid Up���--   5,000,000  A..-il.000.000  IlllANOIIKS   TS   Iti.in*-"   OOl.UMIilA,  ��� Arrtnvla-ft.l, (loi.lon. ICamlobjis, Micl.c.!, Nelson, Itrvt-Istnke. Victoriuiuul Vi.iico.uver  '.|-    Savings  Bank Deparinient.  Interest allowed on deposits at current rate from  date  of  deposit.  GRANBKOOK BRANCH.  J.F.. M   PINKHAM,  Manager.  The Imperial   Hank of Canada  opened for business  in .Moyie  on  Tuesday morning,  June  1st.    W.  R.    Grubbe, 'off'--' the   Cranbrook  bank, and C. ���]_..  S-wahnell,' a=re  cent arrival from  Nelsou,  are   iu  charge here.    The bank ha.*3 commodious quarters  in   the   Central  hotel     building.    The     Imperial  Bank has built up a large and  increasing business  in   this  district  aud   the  institution   had /a,-'good  business  in   Moyie    even    before  locating here.  the committee, and L. A. ,Horne  will look after the icecream and  soft driuks on that day. Another  meeting will be held next Friday,  June 11th, at 7:'i0 in the evening,  when the amounts for the football aud other events will be apportioned.  Following are the committees  Thos. Kelly, ex-secretary of the  Miners' union, has turned farmer.  He is now located on a piece of  land near Spokane.  Geo.    W,   Orchard  aud  family  seen iu the window of Roberts'  Messinger's store along with the  Kerrigan cup. which the team  won last year at Cranbrook. The  suits are maroon and white, aud  these hereafter will be the official  colors of the team.  R. B. Scott Sells   Place.  ' Selkirk Lodge, .17. D., A. F. -k A.  M,, Moyie, at their meeting Wednesday night elected ���G. T. McGregor, W. M., as a delegate to  the session of the grand lodge,  which convenes at Vancouver on  June 17 th. ���  1.  I if-   .   ~\K  .0.-" ".  1   ���."  Changing Wagon Road.  R. B. Scott has disposed   of his ,  residence property in  Moyie.  and  passed through .Moyie  Thursday \ wi*- 'eavo with his family for Van  on   their  way from  Spokane  to  New Oven  for Bakery.  eaaa **$**9?99&m*&&!r909it����*9�� i������<Mi*��e��eM>��**����ee����f e����#��  II. A. Deagon, of tlie Moyie  gj Bakery, this week j installed a  Hubbard portable oven.1 It has a  capacity of 100 loaves every 30  minutes, and cost $200 laid, down  here from Toronto. Ic is of the  sanitary system, with brick solo,  and is of tho latest pattern on  tho market, 1  Till.   C'OUMITTES.  Childrens'Sports���J. 11. Hawke,  Chas. A. MacKay.  .Caledonian   sports���D.   E.   McDonald, It. Lenox, ChaS. Hanna.  Aquatic  sports���:Johu   Cannon;,  Rowland    Gamble,   EA Nordman,  (Alex Cameron.'     , y  Hose race���Roy Clothier,  D. .A.  Ayres, Jack  Douohi.e.  Greasy  pig���M.   J. -Gill.   Philip  Conrad,.Thos. Miller.  Advertising���F. J. Smyth, W.  J. FelChain, II. Jackson.  Transportation���E. O. Kamhi,  A. P. Macdonald, E. A.fIIlll.  Lunch���J. II. Hawke, John Tay-  lar, L. A. Home, W. Sullivan, K.  D. Stiusou, ���A'. A. Foote. Jas.  Roberts.  Booze   booth��� W.  J.   Feltham,  John Cannon, Joe McLaren, K. D.  Stiusou, Ed A. Hill.,  Dancing���Fred   Ege,  M. Torpy.  Music- C. A. Foote, Jas. Roberts,.  'F...T. Smyth. ,  Grounds���A.   Ferris,    A.    Gill,  Jeo McLaren,  Alberta,  whore  they  will  spend  the summer.  Two new telephones were installed during the week. One iu  the Imperial B.vuk, No. 20. and  ouc in the office of the Telephone,  Campany.ANo. 30.  Fred Eggars, a cook by trade,  and an old timer in the Moyie  camp, came in Wednesday, from  Spokane. He is now cooking at  the Porto Rico mill.  D. C. Corbin Spokane's railroad  builder, had a look around Moyie  last Thursday. He was goiug  through to Spokane on a freight  which stopped at the station for  an hour or more while some goods  were being unloaded.  Catholic Social  June   10th.  [couver in about a mouth's time.  He sold his place to J. A. IV  Macdonald-  J. F. Armstrong, government  jageut, and John Reid, road overseer, were in Moyie Tuesdvy arranging for the buildiug of a new  and perm-ment road through tha  north end of town.  Extention on Tenders.  Will Repair the   Courthouse.  The courthouse is to undergo  considerable much needed repairing. The outside,aild ���Inside will  be painted, and the cells iu the  jail.portion will be whitewashed.  R. McClure will do the  work.  ���-HA  A$\  ���c��*.  . V  -��� ���*_>!  ^1  . -M'O  The committee iu charge of tho  building of the uew I. O. ' >. F.  hall and opera house have extended the time for receiving tenders 24 hours, making Tuesday at  noon, instead of Mondiy at noon  of next week.  THE DAY 'IiIGHT   STORE.  for RELIANCE BRAND CLOTHING  d^iA.y-!  ,,: ^.Vv.-yivv^v-if-'  ': .tat4;._.'4l.��-':  The ladies of the Catholic  church will serve icecream, strawberries and cream and cake at  ���Morley hall from .four o'clock and  all evening on Thursday, June 10.  Til  e   season, is now open for  TS  Serges  Many settlers arc' arriving from the  east and locating around' Arrow  Lakes. 'y  T W O    P I E C E    S U  We have ihem 'in  Grey   Flannels and   Blue  at popular price*-'.  ROBERTS '& MESSINGER  t ��� .  Conrad Block Moyie  .���.iB____italaK___ia_^  T&0  ' -V ' '������" A'.'  v_#f?lAAlJ  yyAyAAti fm
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K A. 11,1 id-
K.ll.um) S,
,/The,building of a   new   school |     IWe lean on'the" bar  thinking
■' ,                               !io will _-iii>port vou.
.for  Moyie   will not   be    §uch>   n ,     „- ,, .   *  ,        '                ,               ■ ,
•             ■J -                       '     Talking to --oine people, expect-
iliffieult'task as sonic' peojile   in iy
i       '
■a1*,   first     iiingine,    Tho     school
f/liw which i. now in vogup' hiukes
ample    piJovi.-ion    for    just such
in-ubleirir-as the  one  with   wliich
, CKioni the Cranbrook Herald.)
A .   great singer     had 'just Hnislie.1
to an ohlnr woman, who sat next to
her. "Yes," was the. u-plv, "and
the sent-int-iit to which itonoves   all
ing them to under-.(.and is like
pointing out rainbow.-* to a blind
man., '. .   , "   '" ,
The man who Mugs' in  h.'salooii
gc-ts'his pay   in'stale  Ctrl'--   when ! l^os,(>    Pi'0..1e     is' beautiful. ,  ,TI6w
.     ,  -     -•       '.    '  .        • _     -     imiK-h  happier  the  world would  be if
he trio, Hon the stage. even one had  as  much principle'    as
t'.io people of Movie now have toi,- Keeping, the ' bartenders ■ busy ' •<*c'"luiien'. ■ un ,thc subject, and foi-
contend, "...cording lo the'! don't hurt my feeling*. ■ " ' l^^tme^eXy^'^ ^ ' °'
SAhoolAdt the trustees  havo  the!  '.^"^ip's botilcs'm t; good   when i'      A„     c    . '___        '       »'     "y
' :,■    A     '-    "      \ ,,        I the'y tire full—that is   more  tlnin
pdwer 'to  borrow,   when   aulhor-
ised by tlie'selioolmee^on- '■mmipv I'' A" V*"'"'-' """uu ,",c1JU1,w"f   ,v"u   in^ seiap, and wc presume that    .he
p     ■  iivy  vqcii
Cigars
singing "iloinc" , Swi-ct riomc"'ran(i '.TT[r\K n nnf\C!
many ol the audience wero in  tcais. I   I,lilL?ClL-wUo
^jli's a'ljcatitiful     song," said a girl!'   .' p ■    '      •
Fruit and
Confectionery
m:.in omci:. tokonto
'-""I-UJI IMlln
1807
B. E. WALK1LR, Picsldcnt
ALEXAWDEK LAIRD-Geueial Manager
Paid-up Capital, $| o.oo0 on.
Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States
and England
,s«ikii*i>  i.iMitfo, I-- n.
A. I*.   .V   A. M.
0   J.ogulftr,    meetings
on the iil***t ".\rcd-
nosday      of,' ea'ch j
month. ,   j
visiting brcthern welcome
° G. T. McGregor, "W. M.
1). A, Ayio.-*,'-.ecrctary.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits' of $1 and upwards arc received and inU*.'or,* illo ■   1
rates.     Accounts   may   be opeped ii^ the n.ui c-. oi'u' '\CUrrer't
more  persons' and withdrawals made, |>v .,, .. ',   °f
' one of them or-by tlie 'Mirvivot.
CRANBROOK BRANCH.' '  ;  '     '      -., R.T.Br.YMNEyri
KllOM
;A.'^B,( Stewart
ll? .a,,lUOr:.|yoi, «My about rhe fellow whoiin"} ^?ple™|S weteZiXif0^
^(inc  moiiev     .      r.  ,, ,   . ■ . .  "* •SLial'? «1""  "v P'Cbunic that    ,he
J*    *'   -  ■ "■•>   get*, full emptying them. " knows belt .r ,,tliat>  wa do as to    the
,i'6r  the  pu'i.chaso  .tmd . imiv.nvo-,     Imping, your ~con-cienee-clean   ^^^nt. heiiV-,,a.timthtul one. From ,
' "•  „i,   -'     ;     „'   ,-    ,     ', ;    ...    ■ "       ,0- ":■,-,,   ,       Jlhe, bit of confusion we. have noticed   Th A      U/oiuq
nnieub of grounds, for   school   pur- , tvdl piy you better nitoi-ost   than j in   ,   approaching     these ",» masculine-; I'll £      TT dIY£
' "j-joses,. or    for   the' purelia--0  or "keopiiig1 your skin clean.     ' fe0"!"-     v,c   , iath?**      S/,SP^"V'   l]\c\        '     ''•"       ''';'■"''
1" , . .   ■ I     -r ... r 11   ,.,.'  1   •  "   • ■•       r"i    j!^n,f's    fire not     wide    of vlic marl:. \ j • n      r
; 'building of seliobl'-lioiise--*,   ov Jot i^.V^ l?U"n *\][°* msilin."/'L?d|,"I,;'ls ^'^^HL   .am«slns, .whon   one   lC6Cf£-lIlT~ 'I 3fl0r.-
Moj7ie '< Miners' 'Union
N0.7IW, F.oi M.
Meelf* in McGregor li.dl every Sajur-
ih-y evening.'- Jfojniirning n>omUcr_
iire coid-idly invileil to ntVt'nd. ■ '.
Malcolm->rcXeiIl     Janice Roberts
" l're_iile_Jt.       . ' Secretary
. '  ,.       . ,.   ' ''c   _-   ' '■ 1, it'*vi'I never   catch   up   with   the A'-"1-** •"- h'-tle leisure, , to approach     n
-ftfurmshing of   tiie   sanir:  and'.    .1 ,;    .   ,     -   ; .'■„,,,-.       ,       ptoiip of men  on  the -.Idbwalk.' - and
,.„,, „."..„,  sh..il   be   reiiiid  1 jv       .> , togetyt. ^U.,L  lo  th(,  convcisaUon  jlls't       to
ichninounc  fah.Ul   Oe   icpuci   ny?f    Buymg a di ink fot-a -bartender hear     how     eaielessly   A . profanity
-luaryCai'ly instalment-*, not 'ex-   it like navinjr.a cindnctni-'s  f;nr-    i ^hx^'in.'        This  inan   tears  oil an,
,    e-piaryoai'ly instalment-*, not 'ex-
f   'reading  twelve, or  sncli   gi oarer
1
„  iiumber of  yeirs  a.*- the  (' jinuil
t- of Public • lii-5'.ruc'ti-in    s'ljill'by
Alike paying.a conductor'_j fai e.   J iiii^cs^iii Ibis  man   tears
•  m 0 1   i.atn  and      that„one  lips-off 1:
1 ncro,are nioic men .coming'-in-  bad word-,   in    no time '    •   \
Drewry Building-..    '
"    ,. MRS. L. 'A.lIOJtXE^Ptop.
to Dm kin'-, feeling-bad an'd going I SU(l£l*'» i:-c l'ond laiiqli,cea-.es,and 'the
„..., c Ji-      ■       j • , ,    ,      ■ 1 most refined language tiie "ffrotuj" is
_      _...   _    '»"t fooling good 111 a shorlei-space ;(,apa,;ifi   0f   usinl \ Ws, its   place „ .,_....
f.    ,, .  , .       ot time than all   the 'hoFoitald   in I Goodness    what ,,-a. chanerc—and what • - >    -
speciuloi-ddt--allow, with  any  111-   (l.pot,lf'      ' ,      ■ 1 caused 'iP     O,  nothinir,' only a lady     «-isaxboook land ni_*riti0T, nt.-tnirr
-t-ero-t  accruiin,     to    bo   i-W-d 1      , '\    "    '-      .     « ^ aPP'P'^cd  them, and they have \os *™™™ ^'^mN east k-ooten-av,
,teie,C  ncciiung.   1,0    do   a.a.iuii    A     m-iii   tint    i^, looking   for \ a little more resinct' for her    .than!   taice xot,icb   timt  Robert   ci.-u.b-.l  of
upon tlio district, and  tlie   money ! trouble can find it <*-t „:,.,. Chin thel l,1omN(,1^s'-i-    Well/well, a l'adv'is   al1-"-"''0- B.c.omij.nti m\ Mc.-piimu. mw_i!_ to
-■    • , ■ - i ' ■ ', '   ' missionary'wherever she may Ic "   '   a",TV>'f°r.P.'*-'""'--''*'iii ioi>ureiinso tiiu i-oiio.vniif
so   bo-rowed   slnll   bj   a    Charge I m-in   -that.-.     trying   ;to   borrow ■      ' ,.    . - '    d^.'.-ibjd lands,:
-..        ..   ,   .' ,  '        ,   ~ ' 'innnpx-       ■   A '    ' -        ' '.'''',' -^       ',   -■"-'" I_e_rluniii'-'"iU rh'J.S. W. Corner»( Lot Xo. 2;.7,-|
upon tho di*_tncA and for  mo-iey    'gs^* ■   ,     "' "   .     '        ....-'    THE" .SMAL'L BOY.   '       '   , "«*"'• «w; the. cv w.»-st four ci._iUs' and il...
Barvey,   'McCarter   &
■* . ,'      "      r
..'  ' Macdon'aldl', ■   "
Barristers, .Solicitors; N6turic.0, Etc.,
„ 1 ■ '■r
Cranbrook,   - . -- B.y C._
w. f. gurd;
,  -J..V,IU_fSTl._'_, SOI.lCITOIt," tTO.
CRANBJIOOK.
B. C
L so borrowed  tJie'iljard   of   Trtu
tees  shall  hive    power ■ to    give!
certificates1 of indebted ties?
Tiiiiio is Jots y_.f, chin   music   in
front' of   the   bars in   my   three
,btorri=.    Toe beat'notes that I   get
from it I find in my cash registers
ALL HOME PRINT.
«   .,■ - . ., 1
'This    issue'' o_    the" T'._ader  i=
Regardinj   .Moyie'3   Library: -1
Xoi'iiiig^is better calculated to ruin
a .small     boy  than - for him  to have
two homes, to cither of-which he r- is
permitted  to go at will.      If mother'
repro-.es   or     chastizes'  him for his
:naughtiness,   he. takes, his/ hat and
goes over, to giandma's , dr auntie'-s
house.     There he   .is ieceivcd, cajol-
yi\, (peltod and permitted to remain • a.
•   'day 1 or    two,, -or   .perhaps  a  week.
'Then, because of some overt act.,, lie
;„   ,.„,.,.„ 1      '.1   1"     _._■-,__   ..      ...
*i.\- links ti.M''; tht-nuc Ni-rth-, Forty Clinlu.-
<-IO.; tliL-n'ce E i-t Twenty out- Cluili.s ('21) more
or less to eait ride af^I.-iie .J.akp, bcint. the
w-csrerii boundary 01* Lot No. 2375; thc'iice, fill-
lowing the1 ive-;e'rn boundary of lot Not 0174' Iu
,a contliijrlv dfrc-ctioii to'in'aco o""l.eKiiii_iug, con-
bi-tin,!,' of fifty 1. ,J) ncrc^rnyru or lvf,ij, '
DATED. April lOlh, 1S03.       •    ,'. " '    ". ,
I' .. ' ' AA    »   JtOUERrCAMl'EELI.
DR. F. B. 'MILES, *;,
Cranbrook', B;  C.
..  sTiie' -  UlHpr Leader:-With your per- 'l*^*?'^ $rA h-e P^s up_ his hat
t   oi.ne .....-■ o ■>u      tJI-y    and j>,ues olT 'home, where he is kindly
time wb have had this- change-in:jmi;Slon   '   takc   Uie  P"^lege   of" received ^..'(i',10 re
using -yonr   valuablo  piper'as   a 'f0Mn< v misconduct
niind,<bufc it is only now that   we [met]ilim     to
printed all   at  home.   *. h'ot-   o-jmc ; - ,       ,> -   —-0-— ' J "**■*' J-'^*.'- 'and rocs oil liome," where lie'is'kindly
■••*•-. •   -•--.■'--.      -   "  *     •-   .-: mission   i   take   the  privilege   of''received ^an'd'no reference made to "his
,In  this  way  lie
imo/ii,.,,,     f^     1   ; 1    r .1    (''s'pei mil ted to oscillate between two
;'      ,-„,','<; medll,I1»     to     bin?     bbf^o    Lhe'i,omc*< all the'time developing       his
.Ioit warranted to take t tho   .s.ep.   public ot Moyie ;i   mitcor  uf   iru--,disresard of 'the    icstraints of 'right-
•    '        ■   ■       i1*?1*^"^";,-^ .T,2e ™-"».^iUin^;i»; ^"^"SVp ;c7"r^-,^i.iniffa18^^
Ing patrois will   be   pleased   with > °r blui J ubhe J^ibriry ,an-l   J. ^ad- |'-.ard 'for the    lights or, wishes   '     of
r
Wo cru -t our rd.i 1 :vs and i-lv-crti.-
Ing patro is will
the improvement.
notice.   , _     *      . b   .,
OR \"NBIlOOK  T. \ND  DISTRICT, DISTRICT
ot" isa'st kooteka y. ,
TAKE noiicc'tiiat Cambunti" Allufiiff'company l.imiie-l with head oiripe at Mojic, I.. 0.
occwimtion Miiiuii; Cnrniiiuiy, iuR-mls to nppty
for ptrini'slon to purchase .'tho following (It-scribed Isnil.-. , *
ComiiHiiC'iiqatapo',!. jilnnterl on, 1^1's I.-ssl
Ijouudalrj of Lot 7G02, Orouj.d 1  Kootenay  I.is-
George R, Tiio'mpson/
' -■-'     ■ ^   "     ' '   '
"   BAi.r.rsTifK, *_-oLr;cnoi.,', ,
-1-    tary Pifuuo.Ac.       '■       :
ORANBROOIC;' -, BajTiaHCoLUiviniA.
W,'B,..'-BEATTY-
■ -   .     *      <■ .
i   . .,., _j. ,.   ., i
Embalmrr and Uiidprtakor,""
Phone 0.
^/'       Practical. Watchmaker'
\ ■,, and Jeweller.       ' - ■•
f-Scxf gcc..* in AVfilelics.'t !,„(•)<,•  j    ,
'     ,   nnd ^Iato. _ ]ppcc(ip,ji   j1ivjuj   -v<
,, '        A,,' , " '    ,
Je\.'ollvryu]X'i:.nrtnicui {THE DAYLIGHT STORe"
' ' ■'   MOYIE.        ', ■'All Ucpftitv-; (Itinrantifd.
**    '4*. ti. VT .   * '-'.,' r.    ,   ._.   ^_
- g^T--y. JAii_Ji____.rr>4i Wi i
,--'^,-_Njin-_r«, i j1*",    ,     iA*-''*^-'~i-„  *
f.?^_>'   ^'J',r-^#^CA   -''-'A
fiirrrt
:t^r*
Large. nssortino'nL.of' Gd-Cafts-ti,nC*Baby. Carriages,1
"' ^ ' ... ' i' A\
CRANBROOK
Moyie needs paint.
J ing itjom in the   .M.-Gretror    hill !oll,(MS.  an;1    lII-1'^s  some  remarkable   ^""'If,".» '-V1™"'2-0™"!'6 ! Kootenay1 ui*-
°        ,      .. .  .     '   fe(M  . n*ll,jnea!c of cracc interposes to check his   tr'u ' yy*-><^i whw desrecs 3j minnte.
;     Asa in it ter,   ot   lmrormation   J   wild eaiCei, he is pretty certain     to ' " "       rNo111- &«, conuT of sui<i lot
! miy state thit   tin   librarv    etc   , hmd in the'penitcntiarv. /"<;«■*•'i.^.c« .-onth "is deg.e..--.v; n.!,H.t..s ^.^
I . . '  l'11*'    OUC, j ,     - inous;het.iboi:in!ary of salil lot. 70n, U'.-.l   rwi;
was iustituted   about  four-years',
Watch our building boom.
Ago, the-Miners Union contributing $50.00, and' the pitolic goner-
ally    contributed   generously   to-
Every man knows a   lot of  fool ! w^'^ the fund.    Now   this   fundj11'/"10- .  T|lf,J-'c ?rc those who have r.o
I'hi-. l-t-.t-f._l •_.;.-w.-_. . i..,f . _.,.      i   't.      * i'1**-'*1 u!    tllC;   Pluasuics    that   concen-
hingi* he would do if ho   had   t]ie J u'ls lA«ccl sines that time; but   at  trat8    around,  that    w01d    "home."
Lha pteatnt    time   i-,   almost   ex-   Perhaps  .oui'eaily  abode was  shad
SAFKGLAMIDS  FOR YOUNG  _MEN.
Now, what ate the safeguards of
jotixig ii'ien.' The first saiegnard of
which we want to speak is a lo've   of
money.
. c_  *	
u * ted.       Therefoi e,   somothinK f°w«|  v'llh   ^ ^ or poverty.     Harsh
, .     .        . '      ■   "'"""f* I .\ords    anvl    peLulance    and  scowling
„       , ...        '"•->.       ,    l'nust    be   «oae    to   augraeuc the,may have destroyed    all th'e sanctitv
Popular mi meters avoid   tonuh- ; fim(jJjif the< ^ibra        ,md   Re.ul'olihat    spot.     ' Love, l.iiulness   and
ing the-sore spots of bhair congrc- 'ing ll join i* to contimiP     I - m-iv !s<f1t,-satn',cc' whlch liavc 1>ulJt    U»*t
, . ■* , °   ■ |.   h       UI" 1= lo concinue.    J     may (.ilt.ns    in     so    many    abodes,  weie
gations '      ' '        | say  that  the   IM iner..'   Union   ai e ^ti rtiigci s   in   your1   father's     house.
-  -.-— ! "■•'■""'-""-J- im* •*•»■* i" th., UA Sa'hoV V0S !i,S
T.,o K,,u^y3 „.,,, ^y^ZlJ^lJ'Z^Z ^A-y'^y ss SS_bs_U As
man at O.tawaAni • tho   person   of,   „ .    . ... . ~      ,    ■ lnui*'' hau' liU('11 a lowly ioof, but you
,- A, . port, I would  be  pleased,   as   tho'cannot,   think of it   now without      a
A. b. (Jjodeve.   , I preto it custodian of   tin-   library idasi- of     emotion.        You have seen
-    - ---        - L.    ,   ,   ■„ .   ., '     'nothing  on earth  that lias  so stifLC.l
I t0   ,**J*-*1*-t*   any   conti lbutiom   oi   VOUi houl.     A sti anger pass. nC aJ ,i.^
The divorce eourts   prove   that ■ ^ther books or en*-'], toward-   tl c ' Lll^t place might see nothing lcniaik- j
,-,.,;,]    ]-,'„ ,.„-;.,.     .,,,,1      ,.i ,i    ''able about it,   but oh!, how  much   it
even 'on   the  sea  oE   mitiimony     fd_ lima >'    a<ud,<   a'-^nou ledge , nica,l:.      lo }'uu'.       Fiesco on palace
tlieiifc Ku-t 3-,2 ft-et to ice liiifli waler ninrk of
lower Mojic lake llieuce fnllo-. i'iijj the hlyb
H-nter mail, of I.-wor M.iyle lake'ln a uurthsrly
■iiroclio.i u di.tniscu of -110 2 feet more or k--..
10 point of <:oii.iii<__ic___i_.i]t, eoutaminjj 1.73
acre- more or less
CAMUf'.IAN MINING COMPANY LIMITED
{sos-i'E._»o.v\i. i.i.mn.i'rY)
Clius. A. M.-ieKav, Agent
Date Mill  \pril, 10'J9.
H.   G;. GARRETT,
bOLiciTOR. Notary Puhlic, 'Etc.
CRANBROOK.   ,
■MVlces from'* So "in
Co-Ope rati ve •■•■.-Stonm
•e\ _y  \i       i   ir   ^
eer
At.aiOYIE, over TcitriTice, Tuesday afternoon .aud AVedneSday
morning every week.
0
6
tl
I
0
'","'-'- A
jAs made by.the present brewer it-- adinittuiiythe »
__|Ke*3fc ,Keer iu Eist kooteriny.   With lhe Ik'i-t Mult I
""jand tho'Purest Spi ing'Water it is uiu-X''ell«l for i
.fpiality.    lufjist on having Moyie Uccr.
BOrPLKD AND DTRAFT IJIOKR' , Si
6
warn, i o
Excursion Rates
there is  the  fool   who   rocks   the
i '
boat.
1 the same'lhrough the press.
wall  docs not   mean  so  much  to  you
''  '   ' " ' s
e
Tnauking vou fir tho spac.   al-   ab ," °"SU ,*jl"5h lu"'!*n liut<-'IS'      I'ark
,,.       , -        ," ,     ,,     y ami   howci.s  ot      Hces at  iashionabk
lowed in your   valuable   paper   1,   ..atenng  place  ot   countiy  seat     do
I am,  Yours Sinc-ertly, ; f.uj.t iiu-.in so      much to    you as thai,
lAMJ-IS    UOP.KJtTS
MOYIE
TO
Seattle
JULIUS   MUELLER, PROP. *
' I'i
__MZO-yi_H?, 23. C. gj
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"OYIE    HOTEL.
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r.-ra
fv *!?
it*
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Ui
h **-*
IC a nii-i would   only   l.bnr   as i '     [ \mi,*s "i'tiim'pt--; 'nioo:aliat tan  in     fioi.l "of the plain \
,       ,               .....            ,   "        ,•    j " * '      '               l'lll'-i idini house   and singula;     undir      tie
hird   over   Un   duly   L i-k   as   he j Secr'y M ineiV lA,iou   v.i-epnig  willows.       The ban ed  gate-i
'dies   over   tho  things ho doesn't ' -Moyie, M iy 2S. U...0. u,l>   "V""''     ?i,Cn   1:>  1'0lU'1    "' Il,:i '
° J_ (iusi, docs not mean so much  to   . oiil
li ivo to do, woik Would  bo  ex'-y.   i " ,1S that swing     gate, \oui  histci     on '
''                 ~      -                   ' Th= Joke Was   on Them. I'"-1' S'J'' of  ■'-■ a,ui >0" o:i t,,c ,,Uu'L' ''
on*,
! She,  gone    fifteen      w-a-s      ago  into
.gluiy1      That  siei-.c lonniig back     to
\ou  lb.lay ii-,      \nu    hwipi, bae!_waid
Moyie thi*-   week, and  both   were''   T.\ n    cipi-ieiou-.     young   1 id it-s   a,ul  foi w aid on  the gale,  singing  the
^e.y much on the bum       ,,,)bnL.; l>la»ne.i to lmc« fun   when a  ^^tho^0"^111^-the?'^^
_.- lhe town; alum; the Crow   lock   CCM't',in ,liil"   rdlt,i   to   'Vnd   tho  d«HI,i.E plate.       It is yout  adopted
evening    T.iey thought it   would ^ . J '-^J,^ »™<* '-^
, oo great .-p ii t   to   imitate   cveiy-   altai.       'lht-ie     ) oui   cliiKiicn     wne
-.,-.. I tiling ho did.   - W'lion   the   voung-0■■"**• '   hl thatAi"ooin. flapped the wing
r-iys the  future  of   the   negro   is   i,ls "osc, which each  of   the ■<-'irls :-*o he down and die.    There is   -only
d.vight.    'iAiere.yimst    be   a    fine j.P«-onMuly|.-.i,ui-i,t,:il.    Thinking   it'S ci^fJ L,a\£ ^^^,
'IAvo show conip mies pliyd   in
c-r-.-y to them.
]ioi.ilin;_r  rnto-, from
olhc-r poinls
P. F. JOIIJVSTOA
HEADQUARTERS   FOR COKMKKCIAL |
,«i:.M^l««'M«",%|
— *, c «
Tickcs on sale daily, May   29(h
to Oct.    14th-
Final return limit I •") days, bnt
not later than .Oct :. 1st.
V
LibOr.'tT-  Stopovers'  Allowed.
r-6-nect   fjt-   a 'b'uinno',.   ,,,;nn   , f : a lu'c'-,,i '?'■ incident the young man Amd lhat- word, is "home."     We-never.      ■    .  . y    :     ■   A   ,'■■'
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■,-. ■.■  . j I'.ith • gfi-ls   followed:   .   Then   he, given, over at   the  same time  to  any j.' *'*Ac'&n"-Plete-im formation apply
This Hotel is New and well Furnished TJe
S        Tables are Supplied with the Best the
Market affords. The Bar is Filled witfl
GENTLEMEN- 2        the£est Brands of Liquors and Cigars,
rf YOU w;mt u   stylish,   U|,
to date tailor nm/lo suil  rail I ' AND MINING MEN* -
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Prices Eight.
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|s*ti-ai-.'litt;ned his collar,    Tney didv.""'ss f<"ln   of     wickedness.     If you
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It anytliiiiL--em be   bo'doiio   to-| the same, ,-ind a lew   dimples, and ; i,,-. the     literary     society,  in' the ait
as-dist along the   I'nion' librti'ry   it! sm''os began to uiipear in-spite of saloon,  than you    do  in  these unpi.e-
,      , ,• '■-,■ '        , A li-h,',,,'       v ,,v   U   ,,',,'. .ii A tending., home  pleasures,  you  are     on
should      be      done. Se -rttai-y j Ul1,!,!"       AoW -ib.- mis . tnc  y»""g' the road to ruin.     Tliough you   may
7?.,li_.».f 'i'tf-,,.": .i   ■"'    A      "   ! man's fir.n,     ll.i  was. positive   ofl be cul, ol'i  froni vour early associates,
llobeityl   tte   ".^horcoliimn;,,. :„„,   „,„,   (^ ■ and  though     .ni may     be sep.ratci
explains the. situ ill.m itist as it i-j  i-i i^    '      i    ■    .'-A i from all .yoii-r-.Kui(lrcd.,-young man,  is-
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to Agents, m-   wi ito
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i (.an call your own? Though it be'llie
ll'oiir-ih siory- of'a ihinl.classj.'oard'.ng
ihoiif-ie, into' that room gather boo'.cs,
ipictiiies      and   a    harp. A    ]-Taiig  vour
tufitiie-r's por. rait over the maiitle.
id 'unholy   niirih-    stand   lack   from
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a.j'tho   taMng   over  of   the   Alic<-
nline at Crcston.    This will   be n
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h W y  i " '-  T  . t " ,  H  THE LT.ABK.1i, MOVIE, JMITiSII COM'MJilA.     "'  'fl-  Bonded Alice Mine.  A tUid ��f, great importance to  tliis district was put through  this week, says tho Creston J.e  xjew. The Alice mint, and, surrounding group of claims, and. the  concentrator have been bonded  Py the Consolidated Mining &  Smelting" Co., of Canada. This  mine has been lying dormant for  several years.  1   Tin- Alice mine was staked by a  mm locally known as  Jap  King.  iWho    made', tho   rich  discovery  whilst hunting with a Hiwash,  in'  l.S'JS, aud it was recorded   iu  the  iiiuuo  of    Capt.   Haywood,   who  afterwards sold,out to Ceo.  Alexander,  of, Kaslo.'"' Ha later  disposed of it to a Manchester, "Bug.,  syndicate,    known    as  tho   Y*oik  and Lancaster Mining Co.  ?>*%?&:       The Alice concentrator is  of a!  'capacity of 50 tons per* 21  hours.*  In hor day' she was- the  fcecondj J;  largest shipper in tho  Kootehays.  The ore is a splendid   flux and  i.  ifree from any trace of'zinc, which  id a rf.fac.tory metal in' concentration.    The mill is known   tcchui-  .  cally*ns a coarse .concentration  . 'plant.,  Tjiefo is a ' large ��� body, ��� of  ' ore blocked out- ready for exfcrac-  .tion.  _    ,���'' .     .        '    ,,     ','.      -   ,  y   T. G. Proctor, of Nelson, signed  the papers on behalf pf tho   __"o,rk  aiid Lancaster'AS-iiningOo.,  aud C  r_.owen.befg represented the. Alice  13 rough ton- Mining Co.\  This space   will he occupied by   '  , i -  Crowe Bros, & Co.  Moyie. ;  4  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  WHEN IX  CRANBROOK  K.,If. SJIAtt, Manngcr,  Good rooms, good lablte and Lar  and   fir3t class sample totis.  YOU    ARE   INVITED!  'Ah  ft*  -. i,  ������ ���"��  A-'  ' i,  $  <#  ^ ���^���S^B?-. S.^.S ^_��5*____-*-. S*iS.^-_^-____-<_��s/i/7.  ���<?��� ���'_s7-57'-^,2*v^^ ���^���/^Z^-'Z?,-^^^^^'^"'^''iJ~=f  en  Hose  m  W  VI,   .  ~Wa  The, Prince   Rupert  Sale.;  The sale of Prince Rupert lots  in Vancouver rounded the million  'dollar mark', and .the  event  vy.as  ,  signalized   by,  Mr/' C.  D.  Hand,-  agent    for  tho   government. ,and  tho Grand Truuk Pacific'railway;  , by presenting   ��100  to the  npin  whose purchase made  the  grand  , total. The crowd eheeted tho re-  cipient ofahe gift, and during fche  few moments'- i_uterrnL___ion there  were', .cheers, for,.'Mr. .Tland,  for  ,  Auctioneer Miller' and^ for Prince  '" y Victo't''Bianco, a,.-..resident.,,of  I'riti'ce Rupert,* was tho; man   who  . turned -the million i over,-'aud.  "while he was making .his deposit  " Auctioneer M ilier coaxed liim to  the platform  on, some pretence or  auother.aud when'he had a scien--  .        -> ���  fcificially . constructed stranglehold ou his" 'man Mr. Miller an  nounced to the puzzled crowd  Chat the captive one was the hero  who had capped, tho, financial  pyramid which Mr. Itaud has been  busily greeting for the past three  days.     ' ���_     __ '  Game   Laws Changed.  Wo can fit-you out properly-'   '-  , Several grades to choose from ���  Recommend   "ARMOR  GLAD" or "SERVICE;"  All Hose supplied with couplings.  " ���        L.      .      , ' '       *   ��� "    ' ''  / W.e hiiv.c aJinc line of Nozzles, Sprinklers  _ . , ���    .,,.< *  "   *    ������'.'-   a nil Reels too.  **J��  J Hardware,-   '-"-;':     CRANBBOOK,   B>.< C  ��_?  f  #  w  -$���  New Furnace: at Trail  The largest copper furnace iu  thb-Dominion 'of Canada, '42 incite .;(by 25 .feet, has > been blown  in by the Consolidated Mining,. &  Smelting Company    at its   Trail  smelter. .This gives the'company,  ir - . *  foiu" large copper furnaces with a  'capacity of-1S00 tons per day ,of  'Rossland.ore.-������ -,Y , ''     *.'     ' ,'  f Macbauical '.feeders ard"* being  installed'on the large;lead furnace. Tbis furnace has the distinction of smelting more ore-and  producing moro bullion' daily  than any other-lead furnace on  the ' American continent. It  makesas high as 9S tons of lead  bullion in 2-1 hours and the refiu-  eryis producing 7.7 tons of pure  lead daily.  St.   Joseph's" Convent.  2.El/50Xj n. c. ,  oxioarding and D.iy School  co^duct-  ejd hy llie Sis.ers of St. Joseph, Xelson  B.' C." Coiiiuiercinl .and businesp  courses a specialty. Excellence' and,  swift progress charactcsiize ench"de-  parlment,.'- Parents'"should 'write for  particulars. One month assures' .the  public ' ���the thoroughness oi the  Sisters' methods- of leaching. Terms'  cornm'.nce January, April and Sept  Pupils are admitted during tern1.  Several material changes have  been made in' the Game l/iw3 at  the recent' session of the Legi_-  latgre which apparently have  been overlooked by -sportsmen  and others, several conviction-,  having been made and   the  offen-  i >  dors fined for contravention of  the new law.  It ia now illegal to trap any  tpscies of bear, at any time, or  kill bear by any moans betweeu  ���Tuly 15fch and September 1st-. U  i- unlawful to shoot duck,' snipe  and other water fowl at any time.  Ono mountain ram may be  tiken in season instead of three  ��.��� formerly while three goats is  now tho limit instead of live.  A  New Biick Company.  ���Hard to Beat the. Yankee.  1 An Englishman fond'of boasting oE his aucestry ��� took a coin  from hia pbeket. and pointing to  the head engraved on it, said:  .My greatgrandfather was made  a lord by tli3 king wlioie picture,  you see on this shilling.  "What a .coincidence! said his  yankeccompauiou, who at once  produced another coin. My  great grandfather was, niad'o an  angel by tho Indian whose pic-  you see on this cent.���Chicago  World.    _,_   ' Coming  Events.  Win. Jewell  <       .  Express and Gehei  al    Delivery   Busi-  ,   ness.     Livery  and  Fee,d Stable.  WOOD    AND'  ,   For Sale  ,       ,   Leave Order.'- at  , G Wynne's Stci,e.  ,, ,  Moyie,  feEXD'"i'OL'li    WOUK   ��0  THE  KOOTENAY  " steam;"  LAUNDRY.  t i i j     *       <  NKi-soy  '   All'White" Labor  r_9avc work with the ' local agent  -A, B.  STEWART.  r  '.O. F. DKSAl'L'N'-IEIl      . ,  . ��� ���"���  DE.UER  IS*  -PEOMPT DELIVERY.  ^ '  ���aueeDs' Ave.     MOYIE  ?>: C. ,>Steain Laundry,  1 ",       CRAN-BP.OOK.        -y ���  (Vive oiir v�� otk a   trial   aud  woik   with  (I-'ioni th/. Cranliioolc Herald "I  "���        niitnlier    of    the    cnteipiisin*;  ' ��� ii/i-u.s of  Oianbrook ha\e  -oincil   in  I. O.  O.   V,   grand  lodge,  Vai.-  couver, Juno 0th.  ^Vostern Federation  ofyMinorf  conventiin.Ojavo.-, July 12th.  Spokano    Inter"stato   Fair,   September 20th to 2..th.  We^tmiustor h'-dr. O.'tober 12th  to  IGLh.  ....minion  I).��y. July 1st, Moyio,  Foruio v<i\d Nelson.  Xulson Fair. Hrpi. '--^. to 23th.  Fshibi'.ion,   Julv   5th  The Air Aristocratic  io what young men are keen for.  CJ Correct dress helps a lot to achieve  it.   '���  <J Well made clothes are sold  everywhere. "-  Cj Well Slyled^.loihes are as rare a?  White Blackbirds..  <$ Wc stake everything on  Style  '        Distinction  -    Good Form ���    ,  that's what makes Mail Attire Clothes  supreme in favor of the young men.  (J Tailoredjo orderjrom $12 lo $30.  Mi's. Sophie Sallstrom  Agent.  MOYIE, B. 0.  100 acres of land iu' the Moyie  river valley, between Ciirzon and  ICiiigsg-ate. $12 an acru. Tu'e'fiuest  kindoffiuit laud. Cood wagon  road through it.  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL. <<  i  t i  This hotel is now under new  management, and is Drst class  in every respect.  Lot north of> Mbyie 13 ikeiy  . with two buildings biiuging iu a  i rental of $17 a month.  Cj Money back for any reason-  S300  Lit    on    Victoria  Clandening building.  street near  B. E.  TAYLOE, Mgr  victoria Street.  i  ' S600  Football and Baseball Games  Cranbrook Band will be in attendance  COMMITTEE  Three   room  Good  location.  iMOYlK  payments.  hcu'sc,   furnished.^  Terms  given on  Thos. Summers  Cigars.   Tobacco.  Fruit  and  Confer, ionery.  TOYS,  South  NOTIONS    ETC.  Victoria   St.  $700  Thieo lot*.. Two cf them  under cultivation. Small dwelling.  A bargain.    Terms' given.  ��*>  <.  II,,    CVgary  '���ii' Dig.uu/ation of a company       for  ' >t' I'm pose of     niaiuifactuiiin*; liLi---k.  'Il">in. lliosc at   the head       of     tlie  -.'���"������ i-im-iil, air  Messis.   llal'oi,      13tll, ,  ������    A- -Kollins,     MeCallum, llatvey,; fc0  pith.        .-.-__     ._  A'"!, Heat tie'anil U.  A. Mabdonahl. j ���-��� ;"'"';  m     ,'jrt������  ���Hie   mfu-iiineiv-   was   installed      sonic:        Call    for     leilCieiS  r'V"  weeks  ago, - -ami   brie!,   i.s'lining; - -V-A - A  lHl'f-cil     out   ' twlay.      The ���loeatipa i '.,     '       ,      .'      ;; A>,.livl  ���V->'K *sr<:iirt.(i    from the Cranbrook is- j     S laled   -tenrtois-.-aie   c.mcci  .!'ll,,.i. "bout half  way: between   Cran-1   ,     building of a lodge  room   and  "wk ami the     Missibn, and experts'' .-'llC.. ��V      ���*      -vuiMev Lidge Nj.  '"'^���expressed  the  opinion  that   the  opera house b*.   N N Hitcy J^ugc. in j.  'I'l.'ilil  Plans   and .specif?-;  v be Seen   at  ii.   Camp-  >' of (he clav is the very best. A'-.j   f. (). (.)  .' "*' .'ii-inaiul fo.r briolc will be ine-reas'-i     '.     ai,-y  '",�� "j1 Oranijrooit     and the Kciitlemen ! cations i,u Mnn.lav  ��'��Ve invested    their nioi.ey     in j bellA store on and aftei   .Monday,  enterprise are to be��� cOngratiiLat-, ^ r  :.|sfc.     All   tenders   tor  the  !' \k must bo iu by Monday noon.  Ml  i his  Rossland-Trail   Road.  wot  ,Imie 7th.  'COM Ml'ITE I  Tli  >��oC,1..K, intends   to  "io road  -"hue] to r  improve  between   Rossland  and  1 unction  at   a considor-  alJlo expense 'during the next few  J��onths. The freight traffic i--"  I,e!-V3', owing to tho constant  j��;>9sage of ore trains and the  "_. shay engiuo is hard on tlio  * rack; owing to its side gear and  heavy woight.  clriii'-*.  l.!l'.'lhl-llN<?  S\L1--���No  <J   L'ooIc sfcove'  icat'ing   stove,   bed-  d   mattress, . four  tabic,   chairs' and  Apply     '���*'  1*0  almost new  stead, spring  an  7Sf?or&f Cfef&es  On sale by  W. FITCH  ! T, T. >U Villi,',0.i: .'        !��� I.  S.'II. V. I'HtlvCi, C I  IMcVITTIE & PARKER!  !       Pno\ inuial Li.vii Sui:vi:\ixi!^  11AII.WAV   &   MINI.***''     lCNGINl.KlUNO  | Eslimafcs Furnished.   -  Ol-'KICKS  'Fort Steele P. O. Box 25.  Cranbrook P.O. Box lt|  50   YEARS'*  EXPERIENCE  center  utensils.  Tkade Marks  Desigms  ccf-yf.ights &.c.  nnlHci" ifl'-i-rtiiln our oi.lnion f.-��e wlictlior an  ?���,,; ,mi. prolinljlr r-U'iif.-ililo- Comniunl'*n-  tkii5 ."trlcth-nnJifliloiil-l-'i'- Uimiltinok on r.ntcnla  rotlfiil!- Hilton  i.hr.MH-h Minm & Co. rcco.-.  !jv.fa'. notice, ���vllliout olinri:o. l�� tha  cookin  Ponder o\W^e.  ���'yC 111    SAW*-  and ten   shares  .stock.  Pi ice  Apply i�� F-  ���l'.leven    hundred  of  .Moyi"   NN'atei  ;U)   cents a . sln'ro  niivth  .���rif.-it elf  ,.         IVrniM. *;< i.  lia, tl.  H'J il liy-!ilI,n..->'��<loii!crj  A tinndsnitK-lj. Illiiflvatod wecnlv.  rillnllon of mis' KCloi>p/lo t'-��r,ml,;  y,.:,r    ,',,'ir iiioni-  mwIM0"-'-'--^!?/-  Cliamliel Iain's Cough Remedy  Cured Cold-*, Cron;* ami Wlioopin.ir Cough.  S. G. Blaylock,  A. J. Flood, '  C. A. Foote,  Cliairmari  Secretary  Treasu: er.  . - $m  'i /' ?;hm$  C *   {hi&^tll  -'    '   .   * "_^f��-",-jS  -,  ���    ; ;f0'-*5'.  ' .   i .u____> * -V  I     _"*-"-^*-*     -  ^ ^._ ,1.    A��  I-,VaV   M  AAs4\:$\  '   . "jr^-'S-.l  .'i^^l  .1"* *r"3ViJ  ��������� .- -y*$f.l  i\.';y,: '?f I  -, ��� -1a;M  ''���'AV^-f  -1 i'i.imi  '-.   '!.. ,\v��t^l  . ; a.-x^  ',     '",'���'*"-,;'-_..  *) -.-v.- '��� ���' i  All kinds  of  | Baby   Carriages,     C3*o-  Carts, English. Perambulators and  Coach Carts  WASNEEan'd FULTON  l.-Muii: t-o ���.-.nt-..      Vi-iy  -,\.ill   .ti.il   -.-<_-  Ot--ptH.il ll!>    -f'Oll   V.lll!<-'.  The ,.^11-U.k-<'I_ vrt-iCOl-:  K.i\>> \\'.ilKt i ���-,  M m -j eat   *-l v'l     licit   <> ir   \alnt.-.   il  vou t" ui      lirmy; .ilnni: \,*.ur !-:it,>;i _. ito-  1 i; i-     a-i 1      'e-    lI ���  i- .,.!.*��� i-e p"i *-'-      ^ e  nrry,GO'.i:p":)O.US  onlv.  I represent | three reliable Board companies. Will be pleased to  quote rates, and write  rour policy.  iURI  Limited.  MOYIE, B, C.  ���v  ���\  i  BOX 1  \J  V  T  MOYIK  r  .  V''  * i   j..  *'' A.  **   sf4.  - ���'���si  - f-'l  ' 'IS  A&M  A- A,.;yp:  "������ l': -.���'."��'.���.  vy-y-A-.. J )i.H .  lA.ll    i.  v>J,l   jlliLx.  MiMees on itiove. ; IN THE province. ;   At the Charches.   ; Hi8h waier Mak^ Trouble  '^%-aI  ��-__8��fs  _,-���,J��l^i  of  ���    Yaiicoinoi      has    jnst.tjtcd a cam  jiai^n L.i  ihuc milk.  The   piothicial  ,l-'ii,lu   the   (. luIlbK-l.k   Hii.ild   )  ii.u.ai.i  lunulas,  .s;i]_i-ii_iu ndent  11.e  N_ilio< ��.l l\i-Au at   li_.i.li,  was     i.,  ihe    u'.y  (.n     'J iic-oihu      en loute foi  ilJarfT      Mr.  Douglas has 311st return-  i.i Jiom .Mis.-.ula, .Montana,  ulit-ie he c_._ule|       ,.*iij(i      to  lu.l  K'i'ii a, .tieiintending  the  lo'iiitl-iiii -Mountaineering club.  ���1 if hi'n liuiiiheii  bulTalo that have le_n'    'leienth piuchavd Ly the Po_-*;nio*i' T, (. j,1)pmj] 1{,ink bUil.ling at Xrw '  *ovi;.._i._,-.i ami will- Le, shi.-.n-.l to yh0tlvl is'^tti<sllcJ a]u] rcadv "Ioi occ... i  the   lt'st'ne  auangt-d     fej-iciallj       f_>r ,)a^JOn ' |  Tliein   un     the    Gtand Tinnk Pacific, (   j  ia.I of Kdiiiontoe.      'J"Jus lc-fcive has      ,, , _'._,���.  .K      ,(    ancs    ani   the  ft-ir -.    "h"* orl��' ^ �����  *��A  SoiUh  *���'*  I  KILLED   AT  I-JROOKS.  (Kidiu  llie Cuiilm-i-l- IIculil.)  J. ('. Mi Clung, who has heen break-  cATiroj.ic    riirRC'ii  There ivi.'I be the regular morn-  llit- v..ii_n i-uns .-'nd  llie hot  sun o)    the     hi*',   lime    dm*-    hn\e tieaied  ing fur Conductor George Kvans met   I_.Ofid ij>'l/.>  i.a.oc v'.th    ihe uniiit-iihe banks     off with an accident at    Jhooks on Sun-  , . c.      ,        'si'ow     in lie mountains.       As a u*-   dav aftn noon    v.lmh    cost  him    his  and evening services   oimday,  -s,'c"     J" "** , ���..,.  I... -,,, ,.    f,,.,���i,i    .i,���..���.    nt  tlie  Astill      millets   lia\e   bet owe    cieeks, ��� lne.       1 lie    fu-ii;ht    stoppea    at mi  l,As ' .Motiiiiig    st.j-.'k.t.    iU>     10  o'clock  \IL.(.j.s j]<1Al. bctnine men* and  u\ers> j tank for wafer and a.-. i(  passed   the  latter being   station    JltDuiii:,  it   is thought,   at-  METAL   MARKET.  jSTEW* yortK  ttar   silver,  TO  Copper, 14$  London���Lead  113,    lis Vd  cts  cts  government  the    Jh-wlsuAi*; l<:v^,|j���<r  pervu  j Rev.    J-'ati.e.-  m i-h  ���   a'.   _  'In ieel  MO   o'clock,  f ormei ly  pi lest.  cuunc-n or  J'iviin.    Servi  iieeks hate bee nine  lagmg     (orients,   .the     1U....VH-  "-..i  7ilk.lv,uli *..iw lnn*- and an immense ', templed to boaid   the side of a car.  atncmi'T of heaw iluft wood. .lime Ue was seen falling between the tiain  ��� as a rule 1*- ite high water season alKi the station platform and by the  jni this <ieilion, and if the warm , (une a stop wag (,ffected the hotly hail  ,��eat hei u.1,1 nines   owing to the con- wangled by the wheels.  tinned clullv    weather  111 April     anu - y - .;.,,.  lAlai. tin*- j cm piomisi-s to be a    ie- Life    was extinct   when the remains  lllOU.S^Ji'iS  '.e,  ���S7.    '.it-  ���330 asked.  Julius  Xickious had  his  ankle  lad  le 111  ' the season and      the   p- crushed last -.vttek while mo\ing   a'  ate ,had   the.   opportunity   cf  planer   foi   the     Elk Kiver      Lumber,  There aie   fiom  men and hoises  engaged  111 the wore  . i  ipuii.iii'.d-iip the  buliakus, and     as  it is     late 111  buffalo  h  getting hi good     condition, the cow- company at Feime.  punchers aie Inning a most strenuous  time.'     In  faet  ' Mi.  Douglas stated'    Tht', cil''  oi Kcvclstoke has tiecided  ��� .  10  lane ovei   tlie ttas uroducmr nlaut  that it    was     neeess.uyt   to suspend ,,mithr     lllstaJjc|jtt0 |h��e   aKei     a  opcialicris  to seiuie fie.-h horses    as  thntv -days' 11111,  which piou-d satis-  those 111  use ate all wo; 11 out.     The factory.  l-o" c-irJiinnt is paving S.'.OO a hea'd for! '        Lhe biifialoes loaded on the cars. The|    On the 10th and     11th, oi _\Iay     1^ ,  mode of .shipment  of thpse animals is 'ha-hes of --.now fell at Coibin", U.  C,  mi     difie,ef   Pom   that of shipping jLV^cd'aKro^  C^.NCSl  <-at,Uc- and  hoiscs.   ;    I->ach  bufi_-.lo.is    fii\en a stall,_,-.  uscir.'and us'head i4 |��� Vi.p Noble Five mine, ii. the Sloean  tiedr '1 lose to the     floor by an inch will  .-.Iioiily  iesume operations  /ope ' '   ���''"'"'"'   io    r_   ..  K>-GLAND  The dceeased came  Mheie oner it was  $ 11*50,  South  A!-'1      J',v,nH    mrvwe    will     M   llelnIi,.".c;i.Usi;"'iit.il(,ic(l    'with.      Yes-  hn-e   horn    Virden,    Manitoba,    hist  ��� ui.-.fi snip is now listed t.n the. Van-   '"* er-v ilonU.iy .iti-.the.Pi-i.sb" terian jterdav afternoon tlu- St. Maiy'a lose dimmer, and was laid oil in the   fall  iu>ij-'  iapid!v,    so    that  by i:\eiuiig when the    force   was 1 educed for the  i-vt. ix- ;waiui wa..    liowing    over the i*as*lcin   winter. . lie had only just lice;n taken  llAiJJA>,     Aapprotuh ol  the Mission budge. j011 again, and, in fact, bad only been  (.hear.),    'I'brs loieiiuorr  when  t'hailes  raiker'otil   on  two tiips    when tbe accident  , ,  .and his \Mie     were driving over    the Jiappened.       The   lemains were sent  bridjie on   then,   way up  town,     an r to   \ u.len foi  interment on No. 2 on  lliutv-fivtj to  foilv if-"��or'.s'c?c'k t'xt',u"Kc at ,$3:0, ' 'an 11 i-lniieh nt S p.-in  rtUL'iP C.  Stock Quotations.  Fiinvniirii  Bi   ISKAI.Hi   V.LW1U.L.  ,       Bid  Aurora  C��ii"rf>li<bito(l .SmeltC-rs  Cim. OoUlfioIda    -  Crunbroob Kir-.1 Hrlck  Nurtli star  Society Uirl  77.00  .3 1-2  Asked  S'.'i  WOO  a.  ,1.10  12  ���a  Hi?  AreY^'Tiiijdij  of Buying .. n>  .METHOIjIST    CIIL'Rt'H  ber vices   will   be  hi Id "at  in1111e11seyam.1j.1c tue,   with biancliis j Monday 'evening.  .and, iGot.-.,"i.ui-i.  dashing down     and  7:30fS"tru'cl: one of,the pieis* of the budge,  , A   A.    A ". A   .., ,    '-.ivrng it such'a jai as to lift>       ine  o clock in tlte evening, arid will be, tind �� ^^.^    iUlhtA iLOta ifo piei,  SC.VLKlt*WIN'S   AOAI.NA  conducted  by   -Mr.   J.   YV7 Aldley  B. A. the new pastor.  i'kKsuy-i i'.iiiax   cnuncii.  Services on Sunday p,t  11   n.' m  and 7:30 p. m.    < -Mjrning subjeer, ImeiieJ  but it dropped back ir.(o'place again  There is    tear   that   this  bridge may  sufler   si-rimis    damage  01   be  washed  out enliiely.      ' '        '  At   Km"   Steele, on the Kootenay   'rivei,  the  watei  was eighteen  niches 'i)au.y at Lcthbiidge", and won hi the  deep this morning avtlie western ap-, eighth loupd.     Daley had once knock-  pi each to  the budge,  and the   latgcy.^ sealer out in fnui nuinds wlien the  . Lcvctt    garden     Uaet    entirely  Mill- latter' \\as just coming'to lhe front.  At Cranbrook Sealer had  (Fiom  the Cranbsoul. Herald.)  Jack Keams,      manager for 4��� I->j<1"  JSealei, said to a t'algaiv Herald re-  por ter:  "On   Friday     'Scaler     boxed Jack  C. S. KINRADB.  pibpeity was cine oi the big shippers1    '^ U3nS  'The-   Spirit     of    Contentment." j    On the L'lk liver many logs     have' Jack "iiennctt," aiid' won" ni"ll  "lounds.  -ubiett    "The Coimuoi-I _**?!_   IoMl  !lS U   w����  mtpossible     ioi   Kearns   says  he   .w.jnts a    match  '1 ins, nam with'Ps unusual 'freight J"  the e.uly days, and is owned  ^bv'l'iHCe   Life   Clonhed. ���-       -  will aiinc in     Cranb'took 111     about Lu'uteiiant-Goveriioi 'Diinsmiur. ' | bert  ihiee weeks and will  leinain heic be-1 , ���.���  ���n.eeu tinee,and four houis for     the'   The Diamond Vale'collierv   in   the  animals to -be fed and watered,     the .\Kola   Wflloy,  has been   closed n-de-  ��� h.ty lor feed     being earned on     thc./mitely.       Heccntly the     nun, hem-'  .special 'tiam.     Jt will be an .unusual two, months in ariears on their' nav" ��� ��� 1-     . .     .        *--     ���-��� ���- *���*����   ����.-  -     -       ��� '' '   5'     ' '        '"-"tenaj      Hunber   company's dams cithcr Laudcr or 1JQttSjWhicltever  1*  gnen way  but  no  damage     has  dinner of tonight's   bout, if he will  2:30  I  V '  sight foi the people 01 Cranbrook to walked out. ,Two tlavs later thev  witness that many bufialo in arbunch icceiv'id their cheques ,and were then  and   it  is  hartlly    nefcssaiy  to      add  told  that the mine was closed  "hat tiie   animals    will noi be taktns I - -         ^_- ��- ���  the c*ais ' ~" 'tii       '           -..,.' ,    A'       I' Thc tunnel designed    Lbv the Canadian  Pacific, railwav  to'obviate     the  four1 per cent gtade'on  thc big.   hill  between  Field         '  "  tuall'v  Painter and  Paper'Hang-er.  Esliniates given pnfall kinds  of .ybrk.    Can lie-fotilid,  , at -\loyic liotel.       '  .. "OUVER*  ,   F, J.,SMYTH,  Ag^nt  'Junior Bali Team.  out. of  East  Kootenay   io " be ��� Mapped.  "IIP]  POAKD  OF  'J-RADl'.' (JIOKS  GOOD PIKC'E  OF V.OKK.  '(From the (haiibrook llcitild.)  A  Kootenai  has  g  been done  of high -.-iter.  The    Cianbiook     Boaid   cf    Trade  . agitaie.'l  snnie    time  ago  thai. an"of-  I1e1.1I map of'    East* Kootenay should  be made  by , the    .Dominion  go\eminent.    S.   .'L  Sclioficld,  will/  i_e     in  charge  Of the woik.-       The following  letlt-i 'fiom  the geological  stuv.y  de1  j.aiimcnt  has been ticeived      hy    the  '.set-ieUtv Cf the Boaid of Tiade:  '    ,    "        O.ttawa} "May JSth, 11)09.  C.  ' 11.    A.llison,      Esq.,    Seeietaiy,  Board 01 Tiade,   Cianbtook", B.C.:  Deal   Sii,���The " H,on.   Mr.   '1 emple-  'lnan, has   tr<ui_,fcitc-d   to  mc  a     copy  ,'of the  icsolutioii ,pass-ed at  the lcgti-  'lai meeting of .yoiu  Bo.i'td oi Tiade.  t b^-g to say that in [ullillment oi the'  .piomi.be matluHo '. ou last summer" I  The  members "of   the    ,_Uoyie  Junior Baseball team are 'gettinc   ' As*", usually   the case in tin. sjec  Field   arid Laggan was "vir-       ..      -      ,' sr.,._���   ..... ���,._-,.. _.   !";tion, I12p.l1 water makes -all. kinds   , ofi  .   ..,      eomplefej;1 last     week,   when] acMx e and  !lom<., 3]:ud   P'f0^^"-?) Uouble    for   .  the     railways. Thc I  woiA.nien from both ends of the boro,i is being done.    A series of games ["nidge at Elko     was badlv damated'  met  in'the  center.    - The tunnel     is   (..m hn���i,,.0,i ��-! "    "'      '  five    thousand    feet    long,    and' cutO"   ���     1"),a,ied W1  down the grade to a little over   two ' and Fernie team  lhe King LuiiiLei company s null sa mc. weight, as thcj'-artj boxing to-'  at \ahk sustained no damage, but n,glll that 1S'JS5. pounds iljiesidc. 1  was foued  to close down on account, w.11 c.,.!.,_.      ���..,..   i ,.,,i��� ...... ���.  tr.^.-.  011 Scaler  nianA'   ,   .  that he^ can beat either  pet cent.     It cost a million and'  half dollars. - ..      - <  -  with the Oran brook faring it necessaiy for the (\ ,   , y , \\fA\*���% an 8x12 foot tiplc  j to  transfer,    passengeis and baggage  tl,c JOt)   f(*ot level of   the 1  as..  A  game   with (itQ_'a''u,ain   ' ,11m from .Fcniic to Elko   is a Po..w/ul.ptunp, inanufa  The authorities of the city of North  \aiicou.cr  have deter mined to    put a  a' the Cranbrook team ' will be  playe'd dh July l3t at Aldridge  paik.    feu i's   have   been   ordeied  The   Gianby . compariv is this, week  J installing an' Sxl2 fool tiplc pump on  **e mine.'-   It  ufactu'red bv  moyie; boat . hou.se  ��� ���> *���  "a  '', JJpats, for    liiro   by.   -  1 ' 1 r  '  ���the Hour,  Pay,-or' '  ���*  ���    1.    �� ��/ 1    11     '  '"'    Week at  reasonable  prices.  ���' ������   ,  oyer thc Great Xortliei'n,, aiwi in eon- tho Oould eprnpany.Aof Svi'-cca.-'N.'^.",  -fcqucnce the -tiam fiom,,tile cast -did aiK'' will--force water from the lower  not,arm.* nr Cranbiook las-t night,lcvc- oL the/mine to a tank some. 500  urit-,1 10,'iO,      The Spokane' Fiver ;wa. ��� fwl UP the. Granby "inliy       The tank  aiid' the   bov's ' e\n^��et   to'   niakp Aswitch'ed oi^ at'Fernie and went ' by'supplies water to the.compressor and  ana  cue  doj s    exp-cc   to    umke|lhe -v.ay of Ujo ^^ Xolthein     t^  other workings on lhe propertv. ,.At  0111  !1,1S season of,    the vcar water runs  j!'into the lowei levels very freely.  10 witness the games-and thc residents^ complained of annoyance,and  inusa.ue. r The acting, attoiney'-gcn-  eial has given authority for prosecution iindeL, the Lord's Dav Act and a  test case is being made. ���   ' '  ' ff* .       s- ,  Canoes, Peterborbug-lis  ���   and   Skiffs. ' ' ���  '��� GEO, R0UTH, Mgr.  ON THE^ FARM.  HOW NATURE pho^^^'I  Wm almost W^w���V*JJ??*��  lloju-ows that .^ .,; "1J,!'��t'i  w��p.   .iro'u-wt,lly,T^'��W*ai-  heallhy from con.,u���ts, (>a ft ��  whon work is Uo��r.. h/. Cnd-TSU*^'  Ing'sloop,   �����C|.  as only'a r^A  'remedies for fiumau ,|> Tl' .���'^  houachplds, tlir.suKl.oiu il��fami..^  trieu. Of 11^ UnJM a,if!St  value ot Dr. Ptera'sCoktea.vXJ  covery. Ii Is Xmirb^wA^M  hoalth^lvlnff ajfent-ifisd-; -t^t  ,u*> or;0lcohol.   It cpiiuin. m���t"J  ^jr^^A^^^i  both  Etst Kcotenay and no doubt Avill approachts of lhe Peud d'OnclIc, ,011  1 t     a.,.1 ��� Jt      ' the Spokane-International were wash-  capture most of;;the  prizes  they eij ou^ ��� > .  ��� Thi  savs'  Daily News,   of'Wcstminsici,  "President    .AlePae,    of    the  are otic {of this seasoD.'  t First Aid , For   Injured.  The local lailway authorities are  of the opinion, that if thc streams <io  not rise much'liigher 'there will lie jio  further danger and regular traffic will  be resumed.  "McConnell Made' Good."  (From the Cranbrook Herald.^  <  Francis 'McConnell is still "winning  Cream  j and  do  everything  to satisfy  titer:  Elk River on ' Rampage.  rili9 Eik liver is on the rar  A.      IV.    Van Valk-cnbiug   and     I113  luothci-in-law,   (,'haile.s   (.���ampbell,   01.  Xelson,     \\010     endeavoring to cross I  the Kootenay   liver near    "Elkmouth'  last Moiida-,      in  a cable fen v.      )t,l     -"-"'Mn-orisontue rampage n j     e -   -,-    1   .  seems    that ' they     had     prcl ,ouslv>ud  has   ovetflowetl    it.a     ,*J���\*>*>n m+da  tor   periodical   les.tm  ,     -,        ��� n ;���    T    ,fU      ,      MeUonnell    was .undoubtedly  and    dressings    for   .wounds. , In j the star peifoimcr and won' the 10U  order that train ' crews should |?"9r(Js r.vu -In iO 1-5 seconds, the 120  knowhowlo make use of these j s^dJ^OO^rtfr1^' InIn35 ��  material.-,     arrangements      have ,^������tjs an(1. the quarter mile in     50  near  A Vest   Feirne.  its  The  banks  (tossed   and  lauded   ]\lis.  VauValken-  buig and      hei      niece,      Miss  J.   B. I ""'    ���"==���*   ^-einie.     The    septic  ���Slicetci,  and letiimcd to  bnpg 0\ei'' la"k3 of the   l?cruie system   havt1"  some trunks, and while in nud-Mieani 1 beeu ^urronnfl^l witU "  the boat     swamped ,   and  both mea-'   ,      ,: U Wlth   water   a��d  weie dtowned.     A  con_.idcrabIe   sum  tlie  J,t)l'tne  rink 'is   flooded.    The  01 , money  and otlier  -.aluables     con-  "'titer is higher than 'ir   I,,,   k__  tamed  in the trunks ^eie lust      The-   p,��� t ,   * a3   been  bodies   ha\c  n'ot   been   reco.eied    and years and rf   weather-   con  piobablv    ne\ci      will    be       Cluules ditiuns   coutiuue   as   at  -v.ampbell leaves  a mother and      two1 mueh dami��r��� ...;n i',tt ^  sisteis at Gould CJitv, Mich. "  A., W | ciamage will be done,  A'anV'alhciil.uig letues  a wife and     a' " ~   lJ-iuonth-ol.'l daughtei,  who rcsmc at KOOTENAY  I-.lkiiioiuh.        His     parents    h\e   at    0&*r..*._? ;,��.������, ,C1C o������ ^rS^'sr-uzs-s* ��� s  piesent  CENTRAL   SURVEY.  lows, belonging 1o the Gould City  lodge of that older. Mrs. VauYal-  kenbuig will Ic-a\e for Gould Citv,  Mith., next Monday.  aio     limning a sui\ey  Ivoolenay Central rail-  TI1E METAL MINERS.  (.Prince Rupert  Etnpue.1)  twenty men,  line for the'  way. Last* Tuesday they " weVc  camped at Rocky Ford, a porlit about  one mile up the Kootenay from Port  The line will mn along   the  or instucDions for j-iiilway men.  Simpson Co. Moving  West.  Steele.  bank  of   the   Kootenay "between      the  town and the rher.     This suru-y has  t    and  a  ned.  The i'obert Himp'on company  of Toronto, it is said, are making  arrangements to build a big store  at Regiua, and have gone so far  as to buy a lot aud pay $25,000  for it. This is to head off the big  mail order business done by the  T. E tton company since moving  west co  Winnipeg.  seconds.- As Fiancis gets older he  seems to get better m athletics and  his many Cranbrook friends, the l.o\s  who grew up with him m this city,  will  be pleased  to hear of his     suc  cess  1 _ - e r ^^    1 *��. -'_<-- ���"���  No alum, no lime phosphates  ���4    ��� i> ' i  As every housekeeper ' can understand,  burnt alum and'sulphuric acid���the in-?  gredients of all' alum and alum-phosphate  powders���must carry to thc food acids  injurious to health. ..    '  Read {lie label.   Avoid the atom powders  An  Enterprising  Morley Hall Made' Safe.  S. h\   IMorley,   owner, of   Moily  (From the Cianbrook IJeraldA  -JIlKT   ^   ca"lcs down  to  plumbine  and sheet metal working there is 10  establishment in the. country t at^can  surpass Patmorc   Bros,  of5 thisi ci*v I  These gentlemen ha%e worked L      a'  large     and   ever-increasing    business!  i'fAiAr,^1"10"'   ,lh0 sen'0r  memberf  ?roq ��     .^ Camc t0 Cranbrook        in  ?lumb,";S!laried'Int0  lhC  tinsmith and  XIcUr,Lhm,BT/"th��"oP.;riidusuy  ^l^ ^ ^  ^ ^ct'  and��h Jj C'   ^^'. ��-uer   or   _uo, ly, ^ olSatmoS'iJro^LaSr Ui. y j  at  has      made     IUrtish    Columbia ^het!ic'1   !t- ��s  a  tnal line or  a loca-'hl"'   ls   complying   with   the  de-1 J c e joined by another broUier    1    r  '  mens.     Had it not been foi the dis-     ?,'.' ���sur^cy cannot be asccitamed.      ', m.inH . nf tl,o f*..r_ w���,���i���������   ......   .-..! l atmoie. '  ami  rum01s  afoat  mauds of the fire wardens  and is  I'l'cie  aie      stion"      ,���.,.,������   .,, ���,, ,  aiotind    Foit     St-^le aXcranbl eok 1 l^ki"��  ^   hall   safe  that the,    survey     -pdilv  what  I'lorn   wnat was a vr-iv urn-.ii     i  ���- , ,        ,        , A  double'piuilng their   busi^ L' devldoped I  ���   , ,      refeued to  door h is bqen   cijfc  on   the  souths-   1('a|1's a,ul hounds and  todav  x��n a ,s"d."::- ^zmv^��', I7y "J:uli"s lo "--*������ ^^   ^ ����''"��  ������"-'si-yyy^"��� ���.tt..',��rt..i!"!."", ,    _ _������ ,.������������  M  th  f,  comic-s of mines m Kootenai,  "i ale distncts between lsJo and  IbiTi, lintislt Cnlunibia todai would  lie a pio\uice peepli d bj a few sloek  ltiiseis and lumbeimen. The wotk-  uig of tbe iiiiues near Nelson and  Aii.swot'tli, the discovc-ms in the  Sloeaa, al Rossland, and 111 the  lSoiuiiUuy, in ought people to tb^  pniMiice. Thc-e ptopU weie not all  iiiineis. Some ut th< 111 weie hoiti on  la:ji._, and knew buw to work. Tlu-\  ��� le.ued   land,   planted   \egctabks  th.U  l'.'"''.   P\    \w   P'e.ent  piwio       peif.-itKui.      ,\(.xt       i[n.%    '"il.Steele     forms a pieltv i.tiiu.u  -r"*a     "-   "F"- j i"'��"-  in. v (,-,���  constim-f       1 .r,t  pKiniirl   r,���,t      m,,,     x]lAl   ,.,     1nm-,   Pinlih... lor the peop.e U> guess upo,,'   <'].<ai,ng      , j^l'"V"    . iSOtljAl  I��"tJtK��-.l  f, u,t   xh.M      w.,,,  ,,,,/ts     ...   '" ��',��"-'   ''^��t,  whctlu,   ,r be the ('  .     Th���   T,..,,n   m���n    ,        . ! Pants,     hot ' -}",     ���r...-.t.C?.n-'     hca1--nB  t^i.pttiuoii      with     fniu    triown   111  '*  J     "-    thc    G1e.1t,  .Nnithein     the. C��   Ij ,,lll>er   com-' Uim.-s   i|lat  wthei    lands 'J hc j   bi.ilt Aav. mills   1|,���!,.1('   U,)I   >>-'  Pleased  to  see  furlhei , l3any have P"t in a new boat pas-!slovcs   -"id  hat  m.,,1, I, ,,������.,  fl(1I1  tl,llbel       ,w.    "!^;^ 7��'( ^"<'t'on to assist ,���   the , satre near   th.. -Im..,! ���p   n...   !__ .1l'V.'>" ��"    Mock  1 ng -in dh_,..,iu that   looked  inaecess-  <,e-tl0',"K',,t".   ��f      the    wonderful  re-  ib)|:.,y.  1 hey'developed   water powers s(nnv��� of East-Kootenay  tliat are among  tiiclurgesc-   an     tlii "'"''       :'' "'"'"  of m.ikuig a coiine- tion .between the  Great Noithein nt ElU and Koote-  mtj Lake at Craw foid R,-lv The-e  two      theo.ies      ngaiduig   the powei  b.u-k of    the  steam  aii      furnaces  they   supply,  heaters     they  'world. - They  tiie   equal- of  'count ties.-  and  c-htirt-lics.  zens.'and  ent Jioptilation  did', not  built .cities    'that     are  ^ those' 0!    older-set tied  I'liey  built school-houses  They   wen":  ge-od  citi-.l  neeaiiie part .of .the perman-i  of- the  province.   Thev -'  .       eri.co.ir._ge the imniigration rt  Asiatics    and   they,   did    not employ  ;those;who were in the countrv    "   '"  Fink Returns   From    E  ast.  (From  lb-.-  tWy] pc   *it  . ti".. iS V-i)  |ni*ii*)g.   ���Fined ,.$103'.'for  Treafi  ia 7.  leading j  in   the,.I  1%  Itcosfi-J. 11. Clark of Montrose,  Colorado,'SlOij. t,0 treat a f 1 i .yd  to a chink of wl,*Hky the other  day- lA-vtractingaAltsk from |,j.s  pistol pocket ho presented it to  the ft-ieud on a street cornet-, and  was immediately' arreked and  fined $100. This is the first eon-  prohibition  regulation:, of the .April electioni. .'iimcr  11s  Craiibrookdllerald.)  'tSv0''   /'��� P'     Kink:   returned last  1   '^.j ay   from   - a���   extended   business  Urn     - -.     w    m'   l<'a"'l'ni "'arkcls and.   a  -    Columbia .P��^i,;u7il"ti:S|i^ ^  l.��avid    lMnk,:���ne,of the 1  l!,_.ii.:cr..   tn   that-   city. ' ,-\\  'south,   in '.-^mpaiiy. wi'tli''.-J,is   hrolher  he   tisilcfi   Southwest   (*it,v    Mo  ! nniM-r    hn,,!,-.,     which  .   he', left  some  I U   nv-ln  years a-o,  and had nev  ! ���,,' .,'!;K it S"K'C,���     l,(' "'so risited tne  "���u J'   ullage     of.Mcly,   wh(.rc  I mo,her   is   burievi,   a���(]   f(ll-   jh  j tone   since     1,,.    was' four years   "ti\l  h.'\   l.-r   grave. -   . while at  his     old  j'���"����; 1"',   met many people who     re-  ''^'"licred   liis "lather   very   wel  ,'als'i      had   a    r-eollA-l i.,n     ,  ���   -.- . ,(,ii.iu\al,le   tnp   through   Kaslern   Can-  VJf-tiou    under    the      lirohibition A'A\  ;i!-;l   the     Middle and    Southen,  A   train  some    510  load   of    Doukhoboi.-.'*,  iu|   number,     passed  ei.j through Moyie yesterday moi ning'  nis  011 their way to   West. Kootenay,!  first!'where.'they will settle. j  Assizes    at   Fernie.     I  '   K-y-.        ����������;"'���*���-���.,. which is rapirt-  ���'AA^A:y!~.^,7  .,-yyy:A,AAS;::���;''"-" -  IM-I'lyf���r,,,.nnl...si���n  t() ���,���.,.!,���       1  ,k'M'iil���..rl l���,],ls:  ('.'���nniiioiiclns  and  "litile  .State?.; .and      returned      feel  The. asijizas will op;*n  at  01 .June 10th.    There will'  ov,;r hh; re:_t iic.tu  ing much   cisofroin M0yi0.  iu:.uic-t_o. r  (���'ernie  be one  ��t 1. i.r.st. ,,I,oite,|   on   (|���  j.'>"'!..'t-'i'.v   of   i;���|.   N,,.   2!7-. tu..n������   v,n  jeli,,,,i,;,l���.n(.,, s.-,iul, rj,,'llft|-lls.  th(.1|(i(>  i clui.ii;. n-ir,i'.: or I..���(,'��� t��� n,���  s.mili   \-  |"f U.I'N..��-.'|-.-,.th(,M(.L.-N.(lrMl   |||(in���  I ,!nry���f l.���,   s,,. ii-' tr,;��l,ii.v. ���f       '  j coiiluliiinu .->0itc.(N ������������.,. ,���.  ,,.s  DATKU,.'Mny 31 si,  l:i(i'j.  iti>ui:ur c'a Mi-i:r-:i.i.  given'to this publlft tv Di. K.\ r*,,  founder of tho InvaiWn' Ho&l tiift-*'  leal -Institute, at 'n.i.<r.i!.i, x. y, yA  forty years ago, and has. since Ufa ug'  by druggists  In viv.r Incrcami n��.  titles. ' /���-       lHi  ,Dr.  Pierce  found, thai- th*- btrk^  thO'.IJljack Chi-ny.trve, :hc ri<.t of i'|  Xandrakn,   Slono   r.j,,t,  Q.w,n. na  Blo<Klrofat*aiid <.;o|.|<.._ f^-d root 3iii  Into a sck'ntifle, in,.K-nkolml_ct\(r��t!j  f he u<��> of jjlycerln-*-, mid,- thr duller  ,Uve'ftnd'bt0nlr,   Thc r. (r&hiK mSasti  ,of this extract is m onoo apparant te IS*  rocovoreil streiifrth of tho patieri-tlf  vital lire* of.?tho body burn brishntii'  their ine'reaaed 'activity khisdiks tii  tfsstto , rubbWi   vi Ij Ic h,  oilicmls. tn  iwlttiu tha ��.ys-tern." Tli!- al:i*ra'jiT-_i.  tonic extract ha* Uvn '��unil,�� aaj1-  &lono^iu_ a safe. invl|-.>ratl_ig t.nic,uS'!.|  ,docs ,nov, dcpenrl' O/l r^rul'il fn. tfte.   I  stlmu!.itFoi),.but \s ..Ye.MC'a 0truEfilfd  of,stn.n}itli(,vjlnir end ch-f-fi-hi. i_.-T_-'i|  tctn, Iftoniis up the stomactaciip-riM!"  tho blood In N5itii.-t.*<. own wj*-, 2iIs��cil~  knfown all over, the world ._ riUVm.^  Golden  Medical   Iii^coven, Tli. usi  was given to this vep'-tjola cob,w_4  bccatiM one of tho Imi-eflam ir;w/t��*  was OoliJoti f^-il n^s.  ' * '-Surliia  authority aa  Dr.. Ih.brU r.artho'i>.*-._(  Je/Torijoii Medical ("o!!e^'.sa;_iifCo!_ffl  i5cal root, ."very iifefiil us a sweai!"  tonic.   Cures catarrh cf tfie eiwrath ia  headache.. accotitjiaii<iii_: tli-'-JiM.' if.  OroVer .Coo.   In lib- l<-ok Organic >!ri"-  clnea, speaking of (*..>'din S-,-il root,.1!*  that "ius a liver ln\i_rnraior it h_s/(r  01x1011."   Further In- >���;*��� ��������� rin c'ronk-la-  flanimatlon of tht* l.,'a(J,!rrv.,*(f'--|itt*  of thc most rella'il-* air'*r tip.'cuff. As>  tonic In tho convjile-cir.c ^'.'R'lffewr*.  pneiunonia,  dvsg.uerj  ard ,-ilh'r i't!'  diseases HydrtiMi- (('olden Scaf iwb'  peeull.'irlv tipproprimt-"  Dr. Coo cotitiniK'-.; "*Vn w-ould tin  add that- our a\ji'nTic iin* Q"";  StnrtPd tho Hvclnu.tNcrt.-'.fdcaSsl.'*  to be a vAlu'ible n-nwdi in tror.-A  Inryn^Itlft, and other aH'ciions of J*  respiratory orgar.s " ��� ,. , _,.  Prof, llobart A. lUr?. M. n.lnlvfi<-.  of PpniwrlvanJa, mi)- of OcWon W1.  "Of service In chronic rti'arrh of W  stomach* and bowel.-- fo|l"��.ne aNW"  alcohol, a tonic altrr tnaUrlal |-irf  Has (i distinct,, tntl-m-il-iri-il }fwXf.  flood In all cauirrli.tl condlilou. ��  uterine' ciitnrrh, ]cu-*o_t1i'*s. cc. 1-;  curative   airent   in   chrnmc ��)-*l>p-?^ ,  Prof. John M. Scuddrr j*ii _ip.-ci.ic im  Icatlon ��ays of Golden S'-.il: 'll '.'i,'  lates the diRe.stI ve pro, e^-. and IncM*  tbo assimilation of f.xvl. IJy 11(,u'!'��  thc blond {* rnrichrti. and tin* ������iM WJJ  tho muscular system. I niniiioi U"  muscular svstern l*.-ci*ii.*-e 1 "^"A  lirst fools tbo Increru-'xl !">"('r'f^f  l��y tlio stimulation ef mrru����l t  tion. Thn consentient '"Wn""'"*:  tbp nervous and glandular &"& ,  batural results. , ��������,,..  "In relation to its r.-nernl off��*��  tho system, thnc Ia -'"- ��"l'"l';. , f.  nlmut which there i�� r-rh crnn   1 ^  Kiu-decl   as   thp   tonic   n*'-'"1 '" w  bllltlated stal.-s." .       ,.,,inn.v  Dr. Pierce's Favoril" I^-.'/'^^.^L  n--("r !l!("_  dl.stri's^lnK-AlniRuiiit;   ('"����  Iioeullur lo woiiu 11- '- .'i*'1 n ���".'  remedy that Is be.t l.',e>w  AVlth   Dr.   Pierre's   nv  chilly put up for V"1-",''*. ���' ,���|q,|,|-  niil-ri'*-  pr��iier.LVnrf'in"..tt"n ef l"-,l|l,''d'l.?[I.:il.  behiK printed on eii'-h -<T'irr' ire  wrapjier.    Thus    Invibd    *��� >" ',���,.,,  taken I11U1 Dr. Piem * f"1 ''!" ll'n-  Dr. Pierce's ureal '>'��", ".'I'",1'Vu��,r  trilled Coiinuoii S.-n ,- >I<.liei^ ',,,������.  .vll! bo sent free, pap'-i-l ���".","���. ,s.iii-i!4  coiitstami).., orelotli-li"U','! i"r ���  -- /  Address Dr. It, V, Pierce, Jiiil!**-'^''..  P FIN T IN 0  ���THAT'S OUR  BUSINESS-  Gvcry Order   placet!   wi"1 "5  means a salisficd cdsioinC'  Our Prices Are KigW  Rates 011 woik of n.ny tL'*'J  tiou or   quantity ��P'��te(I ��" "''  pi ication.  THEMOTIBI'BAP^  acw^gfgasw^

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