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The Moyie Leader Jun 26, 1909

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 ��-*!���.���>���.!. ��L"    ���'    ..II    ��i*i.|i.  IM-    ���    *l     ����V.  f   -^"  1    ���*���*  ���I       J*  if! J .ii;   Ai-i-   Tin-:   Latest   ix  ;.'S JEWELRY riuE  .grf       W, H. WILSON.  % .n-^rKLBtt ' CRANJiJtOOJC  r>*sJs   'hi*��hiii-��. u>ii,i.inn.. lj|ii-��.yip|Wii.��.i.j��iiijrivijr),��'u.i'uil>M>liP��iiM'i-..��*l ��i'|l��*''.W*,f*vIf���*WWi*''  //  :.>( .^x^/^^AsS^^- f  ^  V  Wk  Hake a Si-ectvltv  of  Couukctj-scj ii-ye De- ���  , fects. ���    WILSON",  OPTICIAN CRANBROOK  $ VOL. 12 NO, 12-  MOYIE, B. C, JUNE. 20,,1909.  S2 A YEAR  Fastest Yet  A car, of fresh groceries arrived from the "east  this week and covered  the distance in  ' ;3STme Days.    ', 9-   �� ';'  .WAGSTAFF'S-jams, jellies &  marmalades, ''  fresh,   a|id direct from the factory.    Tins is, * '  the-bnl^t store iti tlie town tliat-buys 'tlicao    ,    '  '" ccods  direct  and- you, can.  always, rely on        \  them being fresh.'. '     . '     ���   ��� '     ,r'*  ',',,, Fresh Today .   ,    ,  ���ojnatoes; Cucumbers, Lettuce, Asparagus, Onions,   i  Strawberries-, l-ifmh^rb.-sto. , .   ]  ���      ' ,.->,'        i'OIl QOA1.1TI'.       .   .'     ���      r       - - '    '   ' (  Hotel Kooteuay Sold.  , , " in ��� " .  HAZELWOOD CREATvl  picnics  You can get  cream 'inr;-any- quantity.. for  ��� ,.of''parlies  on short' notice7 at ��� ...'  GWYNNE'S HAZELWOOD PARLOR.  A deal of more than ordinary  importance was made rthis week  by ' the, change of ownership of  the Hotel Ivootena'y.- The purchasers are Messrs." nfcTavish '6c  Cameron; who havo had the place  under lease for a little,.over two  years, The Hotel Kootenay. was  built in 1S9S by McMahon Bros,,  and was enlarged'-!"n 1901. A good  portion of tho material for, the  first building waa hauled in on  ideighs from Kootenay Landing,1 a  distance of 00 miles. At that  time it1 was. the 'finest hotel 'in  TCast- Kooteuay, and oven ^today  there are few that are .better.  The price,paid   for   it  I        GENERAL FLOAT      ,,��  *s-5-ee<?$t5e6-se����*����������-?e6s-j-i-5��l  The little town  of Nakusp  an active board of, trade,  has  Dominion Day Plans.  Vegetables    are  being shipped  from Grestou'tb Saskatoon.  The strawberry harvest' has  commenced on the'Kooteuay lakes  and at Creston.  The Fernie miners' union will  hold their celebrationis jjlko' on  the First.-.   , Cr      '  M. . A. Beale of Cranbrook is  east iu Chicago and' Minneapolis  on a land deal.  'The Italian band of Fernie sent  this  week ' *�� *taly tor 35 instruments, ��� and  On Dominion Day the special  from Cranbrook is duetto ariive  here at about 9 o'clock, when it  will proceed to Aldridge park.  In the ev-eniog it ,'will leave the  grounds for Moyie and Craubrook  at'9 o'clock.  Everything is ia shipshape at'  the grounds. The last'work' was  the erecting of a llagpole. There  will be many improvements over  last year" for handling the crowd.  The ladies of the, Methodist and  Presbyterian churche.-* will serve  lunch,and supper, and'will charge  pQ cents'for adults and 25 cents  for children under 12.      .'  was probably between '$10,000 and  $12*000 bub it is' known that it  cost; more, than 'this amount to  build.it.,   M c^avish <fe  Cameron  the  Mi  '   .'BOtiK  YOUR /fICKETS  '  ,* '    ,       '     through  ,       Y    ���' \f>  .   'BEALE ���&' ELWELL   '  ���*0ld Country  anil   oilier   Trail:-  51  ' ?o'k agtnU forWhtte Star; Dominion, Red Star,   American  .   t,                 t            ''  r<                     lantic, iines^       *                . ���>    v  Tickets can'he ohlaiiicd from Kootenay points to Liverpool,   I'arii,, Sweden, Italy  and ��.!���> Kuro-le.ln'port via Sldnlre-al, Nm* York or Portland���* ;   ^     '    ���  and  have made a,.uig success of  hotel since taking hold of it',,  tlie fact that they have now  bought it shows the unbounded  fair.h, they have in the camp.'  m  ���J wMmtL'S  ffl'HAMMOCKS.;-"-.   .".">.���  .        < -   ���*   -��� i\   .���<���-.  ' 'Forthe baby    ; .and ���  ''   v. '; ."^."From  $2.25 ; :"io  ' -We" have .a juice Yiskoi Imenl. ������" "Dont  "   , *.���',    y r"; t Ins-qiifuicc, to gel a' nice-,  f "*���-,- '/  ^  'r- HAMMOCKS |  For thegroM'ffitis-     g  :$7,75,; s. \l'\'\ '  overlook' -'  She, Moyie Drag & Stationery Co.  they arrived just the other day.  . 'Billy pool's, mine, the Nugget,  on Sheep ereek, turns out $8,000  in gold every twenty days with-a*  four*:Stamp mi)}.  - Canada' now ships more fish  than (auj- 'other1 country. The  fisheries yield' three millions of  dollars more a year than lumbering.    *   ' .     .  That ' the -population of Van:  couver has raached 100,000, is the  assertion of' James Henderson,1  compiler    of    that    city's     1909  1 ' V > '* .  directory. , f  j ���  -* ������" ' t    t  if  Ranchers around Grand Forks  add to the menu of the editors by  contributing green" peas, strawberries aud othei dehcacies of the-  season.'' ' ' /'  ���'<:     ~    j .      . -  'Ninety per cent-of the sawmills1  in, the interior oE , British,- Columbia are now'.in operation,' and the',  demandfor luinber;is very, heavy  east of the Rockies.*.,   Y  Ti^y. a sack of  J. A. Harvey, K.C.  who has opened an office in Vancouver with S. ��. Taylor, K." C, of  Nelson. ,      '  ,  Junior Baseball   Cup.  The "best yet at  Tlie Smj'th challenge cup, which I  is to be played for by  the  Moyie  and    Craubrook-   juuior, baseball  teams,   is   on   exhibition   in   the J  wiudow of the store of  Itoberts -.t  ���Messinger.   The first game for the  . An average oO twenty-five  thousand 'visitors 'it'day have gone  through the turnstiles of the Alaska Yukon Pacific 'Exposition  since the opening day on , Juno  flrsfc.'    F. II. Sherman has^resigned the  position of president of district IS,  Western Federation of Miners, ou  account of ill health. The' resignation' is to take effect upon the  election of a successor.  Was a Fast Game.  ,Tho Moyie football boys "didn't j  do a v thing" ..to the Cranbrook  team at Aldridge park las't Sunday afternoon, beating the visiting team by a" score of 0- to 3.'  People flocked to see , the game,  some going by foot/ by" boat and  by train. It was a fast game,'  and the drenching rain during  the second, half only caused the  players , to grit "their .teeth aiid  dig in with,more vim than ever.'  The local; boys wore their new  suits for the first'time, and, they*  looked winners from the start.  On account of au'injury to his  knee, Perkins, ' .the Moyie goal,  laid'off, ifevd Atkinson taking his  place.    ' , ,  '.Hillary, Marshall, Chamberlain  and Kemp played a ��� fine game.  Chamberlain scored 3 r goals; B.^  Marshall 2,. aiid Kemp 1, For_  Cranbrook, 'Lumsdeiil'scored'v.2 and  Clark 1." ���,-''.      '   - .,  .>The.Moyie team want to.thank  the public for their generous support, the collection amounting  to  $237057    Also tlio ownewuf  who kindly gave their services.  f  %,  M/  m ���  v..  w p  w<  ���^���^.^ ZZ^Sr-*G'&i5?i$ -$-$^^-$*$: $^^ *S*$^ ������.-���^:'���*  Another Important Announcement      ^  ilore  pruning of prices, and ajrain the ' -fl\  reductions are on staples, and   will   mean        '/a  a saving'to you'on every meaJ. '      h\  .No. 1 ^.ncjior Tomatoes        loe per tin, 7 'for ��1.00  Sweet wrinkled Peas  Golden, wax and refugee Beans  Sugar aiid cream' cured, Cora  These are not inferior, brands.    They,, are  the best goods thai are packed in Canada.  2 tiiis for 2dc  2 tins for 25c  _ i ���*  ' 2 tins for 25c  .'Sughr  . 20 lb sacks  100,.'f-      '"  $1.20  ��0.00  Get our prices on1 these lines and  give us  '*   your orders. We will save you: money, "���  MacEachern & ���MacdonaidL'  Closing of School.  Cambrian Meeting.  Next Wednesday will - be the  end of che school term. The examinations have 'been in progress  since Thursday and they will be  completed by next Tuesday. l The  closing', .exercises' will - be held  Wednesday.  '        '      ���-*  Work   on' Kiagsgate Claims.  Gus Kallman has finished, doiug  assessment work on three claims  ,nea'r'Kingsgate, which4are  owned  .A,meeting of the shareholders  of the Cambrian Mining Company  is called to be held at Jfoyie oii'  Tuesd-iy, July 1.3fch. Ac this meet-'  ing it will* bo  decided what  the  future plans of che company shall  i   ' ' -***���-' .  be.   ,.. .     " ���      i        ���  Back From   Cobalt.'  .' "Billy" 'Whitehead  Tuesday from Colbalt,  .went,    with   a1 bunch  .returned'  where  ho  -of   other  by himself aud -Taa.   L.'? Gibbons.,|^I(jyie Voys a m��ftth or .two  ago  There is an-enermous iron capping l1Ie was  U0L.  very , favorably  im-  and the prospects are good  for  boata-j mine- -  i pressed with the camp,  and1  was  | glad to come wesfc  ngnta.-    'There  Big Strike; Reported.  Damage Estimated   at $75,000.  i  i"  MOVIE'S    LRADTNG    HOTEL. ' ^  Hotel Kootenay   \  Tho; best of accommodations tJ  for  the Traveling  ?���lic' i  LarW'and Commodious Sample Eooma. Billiard Boom.. ^    J  ,     The riichmond-Iiureka at Sin-  [ don shipped -151   tons   of   silver-  lead ore to Trail last  mouth,  and  I the ileco 30 cons of zinc   to   Bart-  ,.       .    ,    . jlesville, QKla.    The letter  praper-  n-.le**:  governing the contest: ...... ��� ,  -.     ��      ,        ,       ,   r,      , ,,      ty holds the distinction  or  send-  Ci-.p   to be  played  for  by the. ^     ___t   v,_   ....���,���..    ,_^   ���.  junior  baseball   teams of  Moyie j    h  and Cranbrook.  C0A1E AND   SEfc' US,'trophy will  be  played  at  M jyie ���  REGARDING  PRICES | oil'dominion Day.     Here  are the  ,'Tt is estimated that it will  $7o,000 to repiir the damage done  Ib is. rumored  that  a  strike  of j by the high water to the 0. P.   R. ���  more than usual  importance  was j road'along    tlie   Slocan  .branch.}  made iu the St. 'Eugene mine this   So much of the  grade  has  been  week, and that one of-the  largest   washed away that ib will take  ab  bodies of ore  ever found  in  the  least three  months to  pub' it  in  mine was opened up. - ' shape again.  fare many idle men, and they ai\*  j coming aud going on every  tvnia.  I However, most of those who went  |from   .Moyie   are     workinq-'  anil  cost J doiug well.  Mas  onic  Picnic.  The  Premier May    Come.  to be awarded to the  winning three straight  and cup will then ' he ab-  property  oE   the   ivinning  M  cTAVISH & CAMERON  Proprietor  ������������.-7;-*. zji -ij-r tyz-iyriyr-izs: />*.  *.-7^-*.   7< ���-  *^  ,-^rv v ^ ��r��r * -��"*"���� '^  Cup  team  game?,  solute  t-ea m.  Tne winners of each game shail  take tho cup,-and it shall remain  iu their possession until -vou by  the opposing team.  There shall be no limit to tho  number of games played for the  cup during any one year.  out  ore ever  Slocan.  the   riche*  mined     ii  fc   carload   of  the   Silvery  Creston Minister   Objects.  JusTtakT^ote and you wi^ find tha*Jie ^^  things to wear come from qurstoie*  Pursuit shirts are a blessing on a  hoi  d:iv:   our   suit*-; a  si!  - A  Yl  vt  ? *  '    necessary luxury to any young W; ^o- pride.   .   ;  '   ���"'- ?-'���     himself in- \ie-ing well ci respect,;-       ,..*...,, ,.  We^handio the best goods from the best  houses, and agen-  Oall and ho convinced. ������  .,.,-,  cies in Canada.  Anotlier Hotel Deal.  Mike I!jnner has purchased the  iii teres ts of "Wm. Kydd and , 'Patrick .'Head in the International  ���hp't'el.and is iio^w a partner in the  J^usiuess'vrith Ji. E. Taylor, under  the firm name of Taylor <k Bonneiv  Several improvements are to be  made on the hotel.  There will be an opening at. the  hotel tins afternoon and  evening.  ��-*>@-*->93$e&$99  5  it  ��  Br  ��  an  .$10,000,000  .1���5,000,000  mperiai ban  Capital '"Authorized- ----  Capital Paid Up  Rest������; ;-  ���BKAnCUKS iK-. mtiriaii  Cul.UMlUA  Oiil.loii. kamloops, Mlehoi, Kelson. Ki-vo  Bank DepartnH.  itsaicun-ciYrn  d(>)iosit,'  MOYIE BRANCH.  ;HAM," Mahager  Jam Factory at Nelson.  Cr'.i li'.:  ���|si;.k.., Vi<   ........ -,.000.000  il;.    Airi.��lionil, '  iiiimiivl \'iiin.-."iiivcr  .-111. ���  ,,,,.,-,���,.., ....e from  dato  interest allowed on deposit  Savings  of  The Kootenay jam factory was  opened at Nelson Wednesday.  Special attention will be given to  putting up strawberries. Its  capacity is M00 tins per day.  New Launch for   Lake.  Some  weeks ago    the  Creston  Review criticised  the   action    of  jllev. I). W. Scott,   the  Methodist  j minister of that place, for oppos-  I ing the  granting  of  a  wholesale  liquor  licence for    Creston.    The  article was copied in  the  Leader,'  and due credit was   given  to  the  Orerton Ueview, the  paper from  which it  was   taken.    Yesterday  this   paper    received    a    lengthy  letter from   Mr. Scott  and some  other matter ou  the  subject  for  publication.  The articles are not. published  for tho reason, that the  Leader,-. -.'has no desire to be  involved in a matter in which it  lias no concern. Rev. Scott must  look to his home paper to adjust  any grievance which he may-  have.  An effort will be made to iu-  duce Premier MeBride aud Hon.  Thos. Taylor, minister of public  works, to visit Moyie when they  come to South East Kootenay  They will be in Cranbrook Tuesday, aud the premier is to speak  at Fernie on Dominion D.iy.  The two gentlemen may be induced to  come  here  "Wednesday  Borden   Goes   to London.  ' non. Ii. L. Djrden, leader of  the Conservative party of Canada,  has sailed for England-and will  deliver che Dominion Day address  in London on July 1st. -  Bought Land on Lemon Creek.  The members of -Selkiik  Masonic Lodge No, 53, of Moyie,  will hold a picnic at Swansea on  Thursday, July Sth. Tbe boats  will leave town at 9 o'clock in the'  morning. There will be a program  of sports, and plenty , of refreshments. The picnic will be only  for M isons and their wives andt  children.  .  Ornamenting  Church Windows..  and remain until evening, when also of fchafc fccnva' liave Purchased  they can take the flyer for Fernie. Shocks 0 and Q respectively of the  There    is    the   proposed    school  A coating of fancy glazed piper  has been put on   the  windows  of  Nelson News:���Harry Brown, J. jthe Presbyterian church,  making  P., of Moyie, aud Thomas Elsmore,' a greatly   improved   appearance.  The work was done, by C. S.   Kin-  rade.  building and some' other  to be looked into  here.  matters  Editor Remembers   Editor.  Chapman subdivision at L3mon  creek. The blocks contain 11.20  and ll.SS acres respectively, and  will be put into orchard.  Novel Contest  Building Tram   at Aurora*  A.   tramway   is   being  built   at  was   ovident  *^ie ^Ul'9l'a to carry the oro   from  The fraternal feeling which oue  newspaper man has for another  of the same  calling  yesterday when the editor of the thQ tunuo1 domj fco the Jakt3 that  Leader received from tho editor ifc can be brought across to the  of the Creston Review a token of ���ilway and shipped. It will be  goodfellowship in the shape of a-1 a ^al" trai^ and-will be .operated  half a crate of Creston gr.o'wii  strawberries.      Tho berries  were  Cleanup Day Monday,  grown on the O. J, Wigen -.'place,  and were the first bf; the season.  It is'needless to say the gift avus  appreciated thoroughly.  I with a, windlass.'   The  ore  chute  'in the raise has widened considerably witluu   the   last   few; days.  A Special prize is being  bffereif  by  11.   Campbell  to  the  boy   or  girl under 11   years   who  cau   fly  nis or her Kite the highest at  tho  grounds ou   Dominion   Day,    The  prize   will   be a   21   inch   barrell  nickel plated  repeating Air  Hiflo.  capable of carrying 1000.'shots  alt.  one time, automatic leaver action,  front and'fear sights  and   weight".  3 pounds.    The judges wilL be, the-,  committee  of the childreus sports.  Moyie-Fernie   Game.  ���It  A team, out of tho Crow's  Nest  is   proposed  to   make next Goal Co's office at Fernie will meet  2SS&S3E-S3K  J. F, M.  piNKr  ��  The latest addition to   tho   fleet  on Moyie lake is  the  ?>����.. '���'���-.' ^n�����^-**��-i.^vj>*5vt>e5>����-se-��?fs��e����  now  launch I everyone  to  which Teddy Wright had shipped j haue the   town  here from Nelson. II Dominion Day.  Monday a general cleaning day,  If the people will clean up in  front of their places and rake the  loose stones and dirt in a pile,  Mr, Wade, who is looking after  the road work here, has kindly  consented to have his teams haul  the stuff away. Nov*,, it is up to  do their share to  cleaned   up   for  the Moyie team ou the diamond  at Aldridge tomorrow afternoon  at 2 o'clock. The game will be a  warm one.  House Boat for Lake.  Calder Bros, have 11. Campbell's  house boat almost finished, and already he havS several, applications  for it.  Just received, any s-t-yle,. shape, color or size of  Summer    felt,   or    straw    hats  ^    rannBtniMWiiiii      ���i-nmriMii   w-n**mrm- r-nrTm      fi mi       iii-��i    > -|   nmm ��������� ��� im    pii���ii  Latest on the Market J.  5:rTl*T "��*"*  THE DAY LIGHT  STORE.  |  ROBERTS & MESSINGER.  Conra.3 Block Moyie  ]������ ���   -'Y4  - (  x&  J  '''fi  1 ,*?���  : / y\  ;V'  ���J/.J,'  1   r   -i   J^jr 1��*  XXAi  "A-'AMt  ''A'OSS  ->*' i**��i  Y.i,'i -^IW^CT  i ''i^M^'Mm  s X'k&Wf&l  ��. ���i-'s^.-'afei  - i,!Y'tf��  ,     ' *, 'rf*W*Jfv->AB  m  xm  ��...  ,,;vjrTv-,  ,      1 '^.^Yj  -     .,Y*rtY'J  ���   - pxvij ~A  -' * ixv-  i     A&i.  < .A,A-'i.i I  '���i-.'.f.'.Vf,'  $ ' AAi\  .'   ;"Y-.^ =  >"t   '  '<---'(.<l I  ? '<<xml  . ",-Y'5f-  PH^jIk  Y A W-,  ���tjvtf  ppxx  ! .. i    '.-   :'ii  ', **. \ ...j  *.        "        ,*    "��� .  ''���  r'v " .     ;'*i-i   "���,1  i ���.?^rn|  vY -  " - y|  1.    V,        ,  ^ ,     "    ' r,-t  -VI  ,(*  vYsS  ..'.'YYjY  ^:;i)t;S*.'��5|  .;���-.������ A',  *��-  $&#* ax\  xXXxXH 3t?'  ms\  M  r'WX  ,-.p' ���'  Ufa''  //��'  S;;*?|rp%|k-;  t _���*���-.������/ #"^g���-(��� "���**���**.���* r*, >.  if'-.!**'* cJ;    -JK? '  Hi mi-!  ���wirf-Ms}.-,  ���-T-H-K -T.K A DF-R M<'^ ! L~i'  ,Hrri.lM u\.\  WWx\.  MB M07I6 LEADER.  ^Z;LZie:Z.?lo^ ShongHems) Women  .  .    ,. public ilion and was inn i iT  on   a .  F iblielnd in the 11*.icre**t <d ili< people   Wa-hington  hand pi-c-*-*. the -"aiin-'  ol Movie iiul frJ.i*-'. ICootemiy.  R .!. SMVni.  i'i i5!.ii=j-ii;i:.  <PJhTc^��Xi l/-j  - L l.<*liO  IIO-v  i- i*. u-ed in tin? -L ader   office  ai '  , die pre-eot time.    -Yi   June   J(>111  hepipi'i   i-v-nel   an   annivorsarv  |. liiii-n-if PJ iiij;.-���, and  Lhe   issm  i '- a gem from every point of view  ���  1 K-w     eitie-.     have,   made    iii'ril,  -.'i ides with Sjiokane   dining  tin j  {  jo i-*t qtru ter oi a century. |  SP.QO  ',? -  \%mx  THfc-  One 3 \((i'   ,  .  . -  SATURDAY, .JUNSv2C: 1019  ',MoyL>  en   bn-.:-  of it?   witer'  ��� up ply.  i;Y\\ mpiiiiiH.iiili   K isL  Koote-  :i ly    have   been   more  siiceo-is-fii1  .than' J.  A.  il irvey,' K.( <\,   who,  ictt this week  for   Yanouver   to!  ., . Voluntarv   rAe.l-iencc     in tlie home  '>P'-n a Un* ofhee with   ."*.   i-\   Taj*: jan.l not coinRulsion,' is what js want-  i ...   i.'   /���    .,c   vi 1T   ' ��� . Yd;    and    the    parents   ' that       .art-  loi.K. <., oi   .V-Non.     lie   h   not ;M^lcmpc..cd>     not' harslror unjust,  St*Qi  If a woman is strong and healthy in a womanly wn>, mnln-  crhood mean? to her hut liltlc suflVrirsg. Tlie trouble lies  in the fact Ch'at the many women .suffer from weakness, an��*  disease of thc distinctly feminine organism and are unfitted  for motherhood.     This ecn be remedied.  Dl Pierce's Favorite Prescription "  Curc<*> tlie weaknesses nnd disorders of women.  It act* directly* ou tho delicate nnd important  organs concerned in motherhood, making them  healthy,    ctronjj,    vigorous,   virile   nnd   ,ekjsti<*.  ''Favorite Prescription'' banishes the indispositions 'il Mie  period of cvpc-ct-xticy and makes  baby's  advent cr--".  -"~.d  nlmost painless.    Jl   quickens   and vitalizes  thc   ft-i,lining  or->jn-i, and insures a healthy and robust   baby.    Thousands   of women   hnvc  testified to its  marvelous merits.   '  ft Makes Weak Women Sirong. ' ' It Makes Skic Women  ���������?'{���,.  Honest druggists do not offer' substitute**, and urtfe them upon  you <��'> '  Ju^  us* fiouJ."    Accept no secret nostrum  iii% place of  this nor-ienel relnc-dy.    It  contain*; not n drop of  alcohol  aiid not n jjraifi of  habit-forming or injurious  dr***;-,.    1-, a pure gl>eerie e\tract of healing, native American roots  ^.    7o.o.,   ; THE CANADIAN BAN?  ^^ '"~.r".t        OF COMMERCE  , UeeUT >j.'-*��1.ij evening in M>'(iM-��i.r  I h-ill on Victoiin stt'-L't. .-fSojouniiiij;  i Odd Fellows, coriliidh inviUil.  -t���,    k'nAH. J. Wim'h F* J. Km-th.  ,m| . ; iNt-blt* liiiiiwl. Si*.*r'y.  -<jt3��->Sif��"     ]                " i  ftl. J*, iibi-iio 1.<>��������?'* >'���'��� ���'-'������ !  IIHAD   OI'J'ICI'.. TOKONTO  i-S'i \m is.,,,  _. ,_ ,  " *'    lhfl7  B. P. WALKliR, President,  AJ.EXAKDER LAIRD,General Slana-jer  Paid-up Capital, Sio.oooonn  Reserve Fund, ���   6 0oJ^  K. of P.  i;  i--yr-,y\    Jlu-li* rvs-ry ThursMny  '<J<i&��&/'lii.ll :ii  H   t'clock*.    Vi*.-*-  .^fCpy    iu'i,-* lnMliirs. iiivnoil.  H.   K  Tam.ok,' KA.  Un.i.  ;i ar.ccllnr Com,  K. Jf.'fl!!'1 >',  Tho boat  rocftur 'm   one   vhose j ;|..ly�� BO��,.l   hiwyer.   but  a   Rood J a,yoaclunMhis -lesson ���^^<^ ,  Lead ou^lit to ha KO.'tkid.      - j. .,  i.. i.  I-: "J" '                   J'M'^'x i.it��.c*.iuu ... m,o.s5   oi   uie^s-a lnn d(.I1Ei0lnc  thing  to .rn'iny      to  ,   7F;ivc    j'o'ti    n jf.it'v'd tho   d.iys ,/,,..,,//,If, entfrpvi-e^ in tho di��(rict. ''*l'a*- t^t- t-hildion iht: way they should  ,.'.-- ,            i ..     .,   .       ,                     ,   -    .           ' i^o,. for    it is    vuv     necessary that  yfuwiny bliOrli".*'      ������ ,   Ah*. il.u*v��.\ ,   suc-coss   lay   in   the f u-nt-nts    follow     the same path;  we  ,.'   '"''--- i 'fict U.at, ho h.'urTuiBoinirleii faith  vaii;L_i|,_rcaclumy"more_'-  .   'Kjimn.-5 h:\-s tinoLhei' holler   com  Ing.    This time itM-i  i'or h.'ivvedt '  ���    ]$ry   VQVR  Cigars  ���fully.       fA iiiotiier and tatlic-L"      max. i ��� f  iiirinciei- as we!1, iu.<[ nuw lis fiiidi* Ihavc not U-arned self-control, are not;->| ^ B*�� rj nh f\c  ��� li-usvlf inte.cled in most   of   tl.e1^��!f1^..��L.^H0l\1.?��Cl,i,,l^       "'   * VU,Cl^LUS'  Fruit aiid  f iet tl.nt.ho htinmWSunaed faith ^'^lirtnnoS1"0^^'^!;   U^  Branches throughout Canada, and in the IJnitcd States ard  ,X i ngiand  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Deposits of $1 and upwards are recc-iv-id and iniuro-t -.|i  rates, o Accounts   mny  he  opened in tiie r,:,'���-,-,������.  moi e   pferson-j :��nd withdnnvals n;:id..-   1  . < one of Ihem or by the .survivor.  IT   t.'o  haml-i.  ��� * *    ���i���  m    tlto-' i* inntry,   and   manv ��� in- " Iii 1*1 "draws Ins ideas     lake place in i  A '' A ,       . ���  '- liliu    home���no   ', teacher, no minister  '(.iiK'e-i - ea.i: bo   cited   U'lieio   lioj-.au.   do the    parent's   woik.'    your  l.������-���iii.il    lnonr.--    'o'.-i.j    <���,,,-^.   ..r-r-v-  ichild     lias a J)0.3v,    mind and heart,  l.-aiu-l    moviey    ft.id,gv\e   u&ms-- \m ,���   .;������. ucepiw; if vou do    your  W. IX my-void Imp  f.nmd   cij.'    uuice to iiwjilti th i-, would nob be !,����1'*     v.ell,    when life s fitful, fever  '        ���       ,   ���      i .    '. , , 'Shall have,     passed, for "you,  llicmc-  nrotte.    smuking,    ai,i'     cxjirns-ive  eouiitennnc'i d     by     the      banks-. , nu/iy ol  youi Tluldrcn will ko     back  - i__ _!!.. '   j��L.,vcy ha- been a good f.iend to\?J��\'7l^.t B.���.Vi"d��'K X  Confectionery  KltOM  k' B;, Stewart  Si'lMrK   ..ixlgrv, I*. 1>.  ,\ . l*.   .V   A . JI.  Regular ' meetings  on tlio fii.st Wed-  notiday 'of/ eaeli  month.    '       -, '  o  vUiiivi-,   brt-Ll;* iji ,vjlcomi��. ��  ' �� (!. T.'Mct.'rpgor, W. M.'  1). A. Ayie-, Secretarjr.  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  or  ;;.���  J___^R: T. GFYKKEF. K|  j'riXAii'V.  Y .    I-Moyie,  and   the ' people hei'e  aii-1^11'"!  bf-dic-s,  cultivated minds,  A new-name lia.- been given the n       ' .        ���-��� - '* linue l-carts.-  11-��� will  m iko good  - ��� . ��� ,,3   .... ��� i pi-eelate him  V.iy^iviiU at the SenU13 Yui*.     '���.',, ���       ,  ,       ,   .v     ,   .,    ,���        *     ���   ,,'.,   da VaiK'onver, .Yir -he   is ���"builo of  has been dubbed, the "Joy I'.itli,    -i  '   , ��� ',        ���' ��� ' /'   '       '     i   '       i the ri-jlic m iterial  M-ril   out  ia-the    woild with  and  r i Vi,itois will not regret cqminp- ;  to Moyie ,on <JJ.jujiiiiioii Day. A i  yoc-d d.iy'n'fiin i-i isi "-tore.   J  fiam'c    A"?    ^TJi-^-"^.-^^ '   ��|t*'hildie.i,,lo vour  Ac  U&llb    Oi    "iflOKfillf, hH,��nwr docs you s  O ,'C-UUltCSV,   .    liOW       ST  ,''��R .COURTEOUS" ,AT  IIvYUE.   '  .       \Vhr,i*ot  'be     polite?    ,lIo,yv much  , 'jflocs "ii eost  to say,  "1 thank you?"  f Uhv uo^, jnv.ctice it at Jiomc���to" your  iliushrind, ' ^o  your -   wife,   to    'your  eiiildien,  to vour  domestics?    ' , I��   'a  sonic little,, act   of  "���"���-ecffc   thc    smiling  aciviKiwledcment:       If  --vour--- husband  ���or wife, ah' "it's a matter of .course1."  ,A.Idii.lpo ]>aik i-i F.i-S  bpcominc '    The pallri* Casv that is pivud'ii ith   9r WIfe' T XuP s,a "?aS,er 0VC0ur?c*  -      - .* .        Jove, '    " " '. ~n0 n.cw* of thanks.     Should a visi-  'n.   pnpulii-     place   of   ro^roiLion...        ' , , {tor or    -acquaintance    tread on your  '���lioss���your best-,     very; best���and -by  CItAKBOOQK r. \N"H   DIjSTIUCT. DIsTRICT  OF SOUTHERN lUVlalOX K.ldr KOOTKNA V.'   C BANG-SO OK  TA ICE XtiTlOK    l!i*t    Itolwrt   C��i:Uibi'll   of     '  .,      .    -     ...   . 3IOVJI*, n. C. oecii|iiiionv.,Mercili.in(,   hiti-uds io  , j        -���  --- A cements y win nap-; ���|>])lv for ,,orra,,.;,,-;,. t0 ,;urch��*-e the following  To err is human.     In a Toronto,'    -V man and' wile when irritatiid-will', )!CiY   '  ".a husband does_ it, he gets, ^utibc(l i!ludb  lYoyie has long needed ju-*t-5iieh a )   lu-Uir sweetness in thc heart'than  aeci-lent tear it, how'profuse you are  .    -'���       '���..,'            '       jirii-ati-eso m the mind.                              j with, ���   vour  "Never    min'ds."   "Don't  r r , |.. > ! .. . .     - '  t-laco  .jtliin'*:     of it,"  The Waive,  Icecream Parlor...  v . o  ,,   NOW   OPEN    ;*  DreWVy Building.  ' y.  ''   '31KS. L. A. JIOR.YE, Pi op.',  Moyie   Miners'   Uriipn j  No. 7i"w. F. of M.  -    ��� j  Alrels in McUrpgOr ball cvbry   fc'atur--  .  ���Jiiy���i*venin-.'.'    tioji'iiriung   members!  ,*re Pordiiillv invitcii lo at'.enfh    ' J  Mali-ohii-^^N-ei!-!     'Jtmus Koberts {  Tret-ideal. ,. '      Secretsry  Harvey;    McOa'rter , &  Macdonald.  Barristers, Solicitors, NotnrieP, Etc^>  Cranbrook,   -   -    B,, C,  ,  Practical Watchmaker  and,Jeweller  New goo<i=i'in \Vak'lK'~!,   t'li.-'^   j,., ��� ���  niid I'lato. ' Iiispi-etj./j,   li1v:i,,'1[V'''r-'-  J'owoll6r,v Doparlnicnt' THE DAYLIGHT STORE  ���     MOYIE.''-,-     ���   . A1! 'i^uiaiiY *;,;,.,.,..;.,'/  <fc /5 vf  ���      .-'���-. ������     1  f    ,V Jil <^~*7V'#B>S  i^< If  r'&ipk��M\  i'  .NOTICR  W. ,F. GURD,    ,  i    r i, i  '*"   Jt.VKKiSTKK. SOMCITOK,  ETC.  '1,  v    - , 'oil en ��ia\   Huiim   .to caiii"ol.*er"   for 'Jl  fK?vn;   i[ a   ,.?KHd'j1 ib. Punis5icd*  police coiu-r, la-it week", a milkinui Yi.-cli if,*..-,- ail- soirv,il>e ...i-xt, m-un :^,l!  tl)OSP am lltllc 1,h"i;">Y'iy,>V,l>',  " " *      *.*->���      ���"���" '-They all    tell     nnirhtiiy t-.jt.ii ; , the  "Cornmeuctngnt a i.ost plniitc]' on  flio west  lio*ji"ltlr.v , of   I^it  No.  2:7,'), tlu-ijv.**  lib!    a)  B. C,  DR.F. B. MILES,      y  I>32I\rTXS'37 :  anbrook," , B,. C.  George R .Thompson,  1        . !  --v-l  ?>-"?���  SS  L  n bi-'ght j'ntiuc for -M tyic?  words   sound,     "Many      thanks,"   or ��� ���iie**--c- iinsi ,��.j n-oi to tcc.ingh wmer nmrk 6/  I'-Vou au* veiy kind'"     DouLly, yes, i"0"l*'r ���>�����>�����- )dkl-' ihv.*ni-<* foiio.iiii- ihe ������*!;i*  IwjpSBaS} "'-5?,'  ,-Mfm-vl.  89��  . m^" :..'���'.'������ '���'.  ar^o,assortment  o^Go-QartS'and' Eaby Carriages'  ;      "''.���",'"; '-, ' Unci's from  ��0 u{>.  Gr.3nVd:okv/;Cq^0pefaiife - .Stores.  H.   G. GARRETT,   .  .Hoi.icri-on. XoTAitv'Pcmi.ic, Ktc.  ,      CRANBROOK.  lis    li\e   -i>']'     h -r  ,uu' s-stx!f>-  1]<> amiable,  be courteous!  '-   * X   ',-, .,       amoim: vouisel-.es ar.d your servants,  to   nan   olhei -   - :  m.  IleialJ.  Coming Events.  ANYstern Federation   of  Miners  mw  ���jvouhl     b3    am ui";'   tlie   mininij   ',"1'' t(' l.eeomc  ,'     . -      .,. ... -la.'g!-ter.s_aie     lei       ..    _   broUvii*-*       of       J jronto.���  .i'ijii-y ,l.ur.>(.s    wiih    uilenessandiziioiai.ee.'  Llut      iheie    aie no     sueh daughteis,  a*.w ;,* 01:1 households.  -*  1      .  At    la.it    J-Yank    .'���'iei m vn   ha**,    ���:,1<ii"1 >3 naturally a home-levin-*; ani-  , ci,.,.,       , ."'al II1  f*ict-   ln0'^'      animals  arc  r-.eppi'l out ot-the limelight,   hnv- ,h(,ine-lo\i:ig.      A:.d  when  a man as\s  ia^re.i^neaa-   pe.M.nt   of   I Ms    'L.^X^X?  Jh*iaX}11* Me'   "iy, j?  0 " L ,'K.ivvlU  lalen as a gentle hint *    that1 _ T  .     ���n ,  triefc No.  IS  of   tlie   I'nited   Mine   Lu waiit.s hei      to nia'.:c him  a home  convention Dj iver,    July 12th.  -,.-    -i .n. - ��� ,       th    ai"-'   la'i('  a soil oi  general   o-c'.si.rht i     0     , T   ,        .    .      .^,  .       c  Horkci-.    Inei-e   is-a   wiJe   diE-   ,.-; 1,1-, ar^ns aud -i special oversight;     Sp'^'^ne    Interstate   ban*,   Sep  forcnee of opinijn a, to  S'li-rman,'0.1 himself      tic li!as to know-    thai'tember 20th to 2oth. "    .     *  she docs things  foi    him    -  just    for ' !  i'-nd fe>;v men in the 'district   have', the l'-ason that she loves him,    and is      "VYe-trninstev K-iir, Oetcbel* 12th  ,.-    .    r .      .    -      1   1 *t4.     'uiteicsted  ni  hi in  ar.,1  his well-heini?.'��� ��-n  iftii,  asmvay   Lvst   Criend-j   and   bitter   He-  lo\es  Ins home rnuie  if  there      ?s    : ���  i-neniie?. '     ' M.ma iinpu-ss ol her vevsouahu upon       n.-m/inlhn Day. July 1st, Moyie,   .  - ' t.      He  hives hest the meal she pre-   ���       . *  x. , ,,-...,,  'pares U,x  him.        Of eouise, he says herme, ,Nel-son and hurt Steele.  .    The C. r. 11.  h-ivo   n    pxtch    of   \e.*y    lrttu���peihaps nothing���of     all   - ,- , ...     ^     .���,,���_,  .              .               'Lis, heme a man. ;     Aolson I'dU-. Sept. 22, to 2oth.  j?round back nt   liven-   M -\ ie   st;v-   \  ilon that could be m.vde ,in   ,,,-na-      No U.v. ���,,     ts�� 11. can ever come 10   ,   ^ ^ll'y    -i:-^^"ion,   Julv   ntl.  ..e   bin My   bad   who   remtmheis   only   Lo   'J'tli.  t     ,,     , ,- ,-���     -,   ,      a��-f. uli.l  v. ith father and mothr-r in        ^'iiniipe'? exhibition, .inly   lOtli  tion to the travel mi' public 1   tlsu  ��� < ��� ,\. .,,..��� *,,���,/���. , *,   ;- 1  fe L '-���' in'.--viiu" h(in,e.      (live ihem  m.m-   to 1 , ib.  Excursion Rates  MOYIE .  TO  Seattle  $25.00  c*  inent to the   to.vn   and 'a   icvel.i-   l(i\c nn'il tendeiness and swiftness as  tion to the traveling public ii' the  eompany   "wonId   only   take   hold  ���^onrt'sjioiifliii" niton from  oih<?v [loints  (iive litem  maii-  A   ai, 1   woma.ly  ixample,   gi-.e    thc-.n  ,. ., , ti.ii.Mii,-,    ���>  (.���    thuii    the  inspii.iiion  and impiovi- it.    H-jre i-> a   chasiee   'f   ili-.i.i.l    Im-.,,      p...    thepi   tl esc  fura.ail.vay    .-.impanyV   Ka,den '^ \P ^ i^,. >*u���    ���\  I  t'Niiert to (!'���-.������1 iy Iii-  AV. li   I! ���--, i,r*in')ei  fin1  iYrnie.  lias    In e-i     (1 ,\n^   fjin,  ���vVvii k fv)r Lis l -.\n       'J  lu-nt     \\iil    Ij.iild    11  ��*��  to wh. Uu-r \ou  are     ac--1 Mmn:.  , 111.in l.tl j g    ii.oi.vr,  .so  that  > on    tan  '"|: vmm:.. 11< r.\Ni*  Di-riiicr.    -oiviunr  = lickcs on saledasly^ May  29lh  to Oct.    H(h.  '���'' <���    till]    a   foi t l.|,(...  We leally  he-  "! "���'" ' "i i:v'hvi-Lin  i: v- i- kmoti.vw.  ih.-M*   tiivit      thi-    (lianfcs  aie  ay;ain.-,L      lllk" ll"11"- ,h"'   Mi'iit  I'nrninrdi of (���������������-  I1-..1   Li/I..-;   a   l.ie.slllg   for  a   ;uv"    lllit   ''"',  "    l'"  "< '-o i<.il!<>*i,   Itaiulu-r,   i.ihikN  io  l.-a-..'  Un m ,m auimn'l.ilcd i*oi*iune of  '',i;>is '"' |H' " sVp|" : ''' p ���"''''"-������ "|'- W.i-Hiir,-  ex-  <l" si li!,. .1 ' mils  Final return limit lo day?, but  not later than Oct olsc.  -I'lerd d ' " l"1"'   flll(*   "i.spiiaUOiis   and  *'               t.implis  ,,n,l   lmpts,  so  Ih.vt  they     au- ' ���""������"���"���"'' 'i1"-1"*' i-i-nif 'l -.oiiiii r-i.ic of [  .ie   I'lvcni-   ii>h      in   Iii.hii ai,d     he ait and soi.f '''''��� " ll> .��'""'-��� "'- '" '"' <-n-i-.-ii>  dine 1  riu-ii 1: "Mia happi.j to lea\e them      a ""    lr"m   c "r-"'"   tlall"��. i'"-n<o *-ouHi /11 >                          . ^   l-.e.V     CJill't     l.ni.i.v'  l,. ~1.I1 s,  if  t!ic\   have  all  these ' Kl "'"���  " "c'��  u'^;   '''   '   ";"     llmi-o m.rtli   I  ul,...,   '-'���������  foii-iu-   -Aih  Ll- shorn  of  its pos- ������'"--���" i'��''>'���".   '������ r-  i:>. ih,..,o f���ii���u  ' r -i      . 1     ^                   _  U"   ''   ���il.ilili.s  (1   ,.,,],  P.r,d   ���,n   ilf ec.mfJ  an",-!",,n:i   ""^""'  l��*''���   .lim i.��i. , J"!,|)C''��--     ��^t^j)<>VG]^    All:)\V0(l.  At MOYIE, over PostofTice, Tlies- [  dayi afdf-inoon and AYedneschi)-]  morning every week.  -.-,-  jA.-*. rnade'by tho present brewer >.-��� ndmitt. .?;,v tlie  .jpcac l'��eei iii,Hist,Kootenftj'.   AVith the H.'*>t,ll.ilt  |und thf Piii-cst Si'iing \\Jrt(pr ifc is unexe. Ilcl for  |(juali(y.    Iti-'ist 011 having Moyie Jk-er.  lKriTLKD AND DKAfcT 15KKK  r'  uu  'i  >,> -.v i  JULIUS   MUELLER, PROP. ���  ,MOYIE,B. C,  ��&*��3����v��e��sc�����8<ss����-a-a��c������������j>s<5���<&������s>-scs����: ��sae e������e��w  ,P., /*'. JOIlPh'STOJY-  i| rhl^Hotel is tfew and well Funfished  Tiie 5  ;S        4    i^are SuPP]ied with the Eesttieg  ,|L      Market affords. The Bar is Tilled with* -|  >;��        thei:est Brands of Liquors and Cigars |  GENTLEMEN-  HEADQUARTERS   FOR COKKKRCIAL  AND MINING MEN'  9  e  0  1  i  lilil-l i>.!i < 01 1 Mi:'1 I  liou-e tlicie tbat   wil!   i  >-t  lini-heil ami f-.u ni-heil  o, < i* Sid:',-   i,:-.i ��� umi i.l  of i.i-h", lai.vi" iioiJle"i"i;"ioj!   I'.'Y""1 ;'[ "_'������>���' .-m   ����i u-ni-iiim* - j  th).).     'J he eoutraet. (..ill.-, l'.-r u cu;i  crete    -f.nirii.l i.ti in,  JiriLi--!j  and  uinbia  brief-:  A,-, r.i    J in-ic:. *i (��f I11.nl    UK*!,. ,.r 1-  After all   that  has  h.vn  said  aboutr.o^^'^^'-"'1  BAU*S*,��A,S1'T-  copper (-oj-iiice.*-.  A  iririn .'n-i'meil  ., XO'I 101-A  'tsslf'*-*"-  waif-   .''ue  lrf,;lsii;'PS' ��' art and nature that  .'.���     '-.may  h-n;l  a in act ion to  a home    and  rooTin-j ,i_l-K ..siirroiiii.-li,*iu;.s-,  it remains  that, the;  . ia ires t    iion-.e    oriiani'ents. are  bright,!  jujvo.us laces; and������   where-these    are. ci:,\ni*!;,,oic   l.vsij. [.>i.sti;ict,  nisnan-  u-aniiiHr, ;   all    else   .jroes   for  little.   "F --' ''"in i.kx niyrsioN y.\ar .icootknav  'l.'.rijilit  and   joyous  faces  ahvavs      ae- '���    T"1;l- is'iiii-.j 111���-.��' I'iinUen-s.-n.of i:\irxnu, li. c.  one'and   one , company   v.arm :   and   -loving hearts ' '���������.���������[..ni.'.-,. i.T.iw-iivr. iniL-mis. io ���V!,\y f���r \Xr-  raaiiH'd Woi-il- met-   on   tin-   -ir,-..-   v,l!'ril  ;i"   true     hornc-makers"     must   ������'���*-���"-o |.iir--i.-.s<-  ihu  ruiiowiu^'.i...Sc-iik-<i  '   ��� ������'    '       l"--:L ll-cV: possess.      llonce alt-who  intend  mak~Y*>"--:-- ... (  recenUy, and t.hcy stopped   lor   i\'P'"�� h'omes-slioiild   look carefully  into'    l'."��"'.' m-iir,'   m  ��   -.est  i.IhuIc.i- ���������������������,31  70  -���,v,,,���,,����� t,    ,.-   *' -j* , ! thei.r "Lv.'ii hearts;, for onlv v.-hen  these   (:,'i,il:* fi'."i,'''iirz,i,-i in a sniiihcri.v��� diixcii.m on  1,1 rnion.��� 1.0 .1, \( .'mi.-'-- tt l'-w c-lieef--;ar,. njflit. ean tliey cxpecl their home*-   "rli: yi,k' "' M"-'''���' '���^���l-'-11"-'"--- s"��i'i< Mciiiiiiis:  j'ul   views,   wlio:i   :i   wo-nm   j-,.:  ., ' l!!-'1;:!-,'K  >" P^'v'- Katisfaetoi y.    Warm  !':'"("-vm Ta.-n,,!,,-: i:,v,k..- n,,nii  ���,:���,.��� i ���>���>.  y '���.:������.. ���  '   , heal is    inake      hriKlit    and      clucrful   ���'������������"*��� '!�� :i1":. '<��� ''.'��� <.-r. *.li.-ii--i.- foil., whig  M,,yi(.  ' particularly'   'nYi.-cable     slit-.-uh   ' hcarlh:-.. hin- the. Wannest hearth, can-  ''''���'''���'" ���'" ' ���'"������' r!>' ,!ir' (:;i"n. "������;'"'"' <>f cnni;  Vin- complete im formation apply  -.   -  to Agents.'or   -vyr   it e .  J'.*-  PltOOTOU,,^  ��� -1. 1'. A., Calgary.  If  Jf .you want a   stylish,   up �� MOVII  1��0 dale tailur mado   .Stilt, C.i\ 11 ,^9^CCMCCme*9999tt90^99Bt999t999Sm99���Wt9iW��tC^  and inppccL our spring good..  Iicforo ordoriiig eli-vwlicn*.  We  guarantee all  Our Work.  Cleaning,  pressing done.  Prices Right.  C. A. FOOT!  .Merchant Tailor.  MOYIE,   ���-���  rej)airing and  *@  CjRANBROoK  ,w  % A  1 T-k  ���:�����  -"-5^ :U(>  '^sSUie  ���r-*.'��� una  .. ,  fS   .,'0  y^JS'l)if*  ''ve  go ven     pas.-ed.        :-.'ninl(..:iiieoii-.ly  AArt;od     turned     l )    S:o;i  In rued     ti      YV.-.mI:     -tiien'     bo:!  .Vii-JL'd to rub'jj-.  i,ol   Ihav.   the. icy  heart.      Love  the   jueat' lnimc-inaker,   tliat      makes  m -ll.:.-i.i.-n: :i:i'l    c.  v. . .-ven   the  drnd^e'rv  of -hoiisekeepiiiE;     a  ���^ ���'���'���<���'  j.liasiire, and        home life a foretaste ���'���'1''"-''J'1"*  n!   the   i.iiss  of  heaven.'..'   f)nc  cannot  r.ct   i.iio   iiiK'-li   love  into  one's  i.:.:':i:ijr.   hiit-  'T."-.!!','   '.:,.'.>  little.  -in, 1! (;���.  iaiii-.-   li'.'j  ;ic<-fs  ,,r Imj,|  1'Al'l, JKN'.-KX,  alder  m$t&  St    >f  1 *im  ���I  ,-i  i  vrfV  Y  R. H. DWYER,  t'.N-i/KK-l'AKKlt     AM.  K.MIiAI.MK'R-  IVilh  <<)-Ol-I'It..\Ti VK S'lOItES  OiiANBltOOK, B. C.  10mc"I'Ghaniberlain's tough .Hemetfy j  Cwcv, 'Col'A'j, Crui:i> ai"'d ^'hoopUr/ Cou^h.        ��  nESAUI.NIKit     IlllOH,.  I-,,,,. . ���;.  ,, Large   sample   room'   in    cornmolion j (  with house forcommerdal :m ��.  ]{',.,,[ !|  j.l of accommodation. 1  IleniiqiinrtciH   f0r   (-;,������., - ; '  mereial ami .Vimne, Sl.*��  (^0'EK.S.S   /VKni.-j.;,  General Contractors, JBuildcrs  and Repairers  ���I'XI i.in.'tlo.s CJ-iecrftil^y. .'[''uri-iisli'-d,  > ���  0  ���"-"���viic, i;. r.  ie.  . C.  w$&  m  ***?*<  it  ceac  tmti'  v-lftC*.  K in-'  iintl  J no  ITl.lll  i'rac  i . I'.  at S  -M,  p\vai  .iiiry  peifi  1/ini  a 1 oi  : i-ir  oner  1 -un  (u  Xi nt.  and  >il o  ?mP1  Ileal  "-oun  -.null let-  to. t  '-uel'i  A>  11st.  an c  hMlh  ajfi ei  l/eal  1 u,.,  .;���!���,,  <��� rati  '���tai-l  ��'l-0j-,:  ���die ;  It  had  .10 1  tlien  any  I'r /  i'oi-f(  tliei  lefus  ivwaa>M-wi-g^-3��i***M I'S  u J    ��..J�����. J  ���^m���j.i, ^uiw,���lli.oH^u.. ..'t.^TMiiixi J,' *Mi ���.uliJ!4,i"*iu^al^HL.|*i.Jt>l."*ll-HIJ.i-ff.' wniij-lf-.  -a^wCi-^Wiy-ita  :,r-! r-'���  ��,���:  ��.  New Drinking Cup.  * s  p.,  ���c-  "a  Another now  step' in   the  nni-  M-r-al  fight   against di.sea.se  has  )k.(li>   ni ado  in   the   adoption   by  tli ��� biirei'J of   charities   of   Now  York of the   individual prinking  (iip machine, a device which does  ,'ivwiy with the  old-time com high  di inking cup, so often a means  of  <|i-ea--�� communication.  The danger from, lhe drinking  cup handed from   hand   to' hand  -and used by scores  of  persons  in  n single day long   ban . been   lec-  ��� ogni/.ed by physicians and  health  J$ !inthoritie3      ' throughout    '   the  $| enuutryY   Tests   made, at  public  di inking     fountain's     in   yaiiou**  "hies .��how  that the  possibilities*-  fjf public cups as -disease .carrier-,  ���iften  is  appalling.       Jn  one  in-  itnnc'c a glass  that  had   been   in'  R use for, nine  day-3 .was found   to  '.$����� ��� on tain 20,000 human cells o.r bit?*  >f dead akin, and as many  as . 150  Ci-ms   of   one   or 'more  disease-  were soen clinging to a sirigle.eelL  Votone  of  the .-.drinking  veaseJi*  �� xairiined was found free of bacilli, and the fatal   tubercular germ  )     ,     '   il '' 1 ,  -������ 'as prevalent.-',. ,  The    individua-l   drinking   cup  '       ' , v>*  ���machine    guards ,' against   these  t'vils by presenting ,caeh   drinker  ^"���ith'a brand new,, white  paraffin  spapor cup.     The , device  is  auto-  "Ki���� out (he old,"  "Bring in the new."  "~\A~  STOl' AT THE  We can s.ijj fin your 0],3(J]>. fol.tJlC,>]f| V(^Ulh]vHj  ���     win I* wo latvi, u,  J'iiv* ��sr;or(mc'nt  of Hie  ni-w and j'������,...]���. Sl,(.]. as ���ew ca,._  ,    voir, beets, Inrni])>*:,' M-  ..    ' iuX, rsidj-slie-:,   to-  SiniLoes. eucunibci-.s.  Get  the habit.        Go to  I COSMOPOLITAN  hotel.  WHEN IN  CRANBROOK  ��� II. S-lAl.I., Manager. j  Guod roome'^ood taltiee and  bai     1  ind   first ".la-j-a sample no-Ob.  Few  Moyie.  Wm. Jewell  #  |niatic and may bo equipped ,wit'*  |a'coin operating adjunct if de-  Isired.' In some places!' fountains  ���.have been established where fpr  la,v cent dropped in the blot'one  5'may obtain a clean, cup1 filled=-=to  |.tho brim with ice eold water. The  inachino is niade of whi.te etiRmel  with a bottle of water inverted  "in tiie top like an ordinary cooler. \'$$ft  ,   ' ~- ;      ,.    \%  "Coffin Nails" .and  Suicide.       1 #  The  Best  in  RractiCal, Use,  because '  convenient,    coriv  p.ict   in- size; \iso -smallofl amount of ice  iiiKl^iill, run easily,   freeze  quickly, .pro-  ' diHiO'suuooUily frozen ^ream's or dcHsei'ts,  '���willi little, both ov and '-less work.  Tbe pails have   electric-welded , wire   hoops  guaranteed not tojjrca'k or   fall   ,<-ff:  ^lij  cans are   made" of "hpuvv,, tin plate'with  drawn steel  boffoms -that'are   guaranteed '  n-Q,t to fajl put or break   and'do not  leak,  tlie  strongest' an-da i-no-Mr   durable'freezer '  can m a-de.    A receipt' book with complete  dicections for makijig oyer 100 ic-o cream?,  ^w-dcr'iecs,' sherbets   and   other, de-.-s-JCvta '  jwicivkixl in eacli freezer ���  W  W  Express and General "Delivery Business.' Livery, and  Feed Stable.  WOOD   AND  "., '.   '   For., Sale  IJsare Onion, at  Gwynnc'*- Store.  Moyie,    , -     ,  uys  _J  COAL  Worth  Looking  After  '       In Alberta;,  '.  IS) acres of l.ind,   thiee'and  a  j half mites from  Pincher   Station.  , # # ' 1 T.vo room ho��se and a  log stable  British, Go.wmbiajon iand.    46 acres  under eultiva-  W  w  ��� ^  Hardware  J..D.   McBRIDE   .,  CRANBBOOK,  B. C.  ^  "l)amn  you!'! *~  This was*found scrawled on an  empty cigarette,box in tho pocket  of a. boy' suicidOv in MeKeesport,,  1'a*., last Sunday.', Jt id as'short  autf di-Amatie an arrain^nnnt of  the cigarebte evilv v a-* cin ha  imagined.Y ..-.It \ cond-inses ,iho  flgouy'oJT fcivo' yeard���their ..regret,  1ll,>. '        v,      1 '  their remoi-.se���into 'two-word*.  ILvymbnd - Walthour"'was'lS.-p- ,    ,    1 ,. ,  i noticed that. goods   wero   ai--ap-  SEND rOUJiJ   WOKK   TO  THE  : KOOTENAY -���':,  ''.[,STEAM 'J: , . ���/ "  *  LAUNDRY. S  -  ''���   ' NELSOX      '      '   \  ' .'All White Labor. '  tion.    100,acres .fenced and cross-  fenced.    , .  !    ,        $150,  - '     ' ' r  i-Lot on Tavistock street, ueai  Flatiron b*nid��ing. Good businesF  or residential property.  .$11200 In Prize Mbney "will be offered  competitors in Football', Baseball, and  Caledonian Sports ot'allpkinds:  Ihis' will be a Uala Day for 'frioyie so  lay your plans so as to be with "us on  this day.    ,   .  \���  t?850  J-^ave woik, with the.  lotai agent  , A,: B.  S.TEWART.  * '  O. F. DESltJLXIEK  UEA1EK  IV  ing Criminals: Ist; J^^'s convent.  A    Toronto    merchant   lias   a  driver -who  does   his-work  well  I Us horse- is   always   wpll -cared  for, and the1 wagon-always clean..  j, ,1 Hut spmo tirab ago   the ��� merchant  ?'vcr since liis 16th   ye-Af'h-e  had  l)6oh the1 slave, of ."coffin   nail?."  Otherwise he was   a 'proper   lad.  Ho went to Suud.iy school in   the  afternoon.,    .i-n    the   evening  he  started for chrrch.    (>a   the   way  he was seen to   stop  and swollow  something. ,- Ib was   carbolic acid,  1 1 * tu  pearing mj'steriousl.v.     A  detective   m.xdo   a  ipiite   investigation  j " \ {��� NKC.S0N, B. C��  jioafding ancJ D.iy School  conclucl-  cil hy th<? Skiers of St. Joseph,'Nelson  ��� ,    .       f ',.���>.  IJ. i'C      Commercial    and;   business  '' '' . , -,���*-'���*  courses a  speonUly.   Excellence and  sft-ift progress  charactc-j.ize   bach   de-  parlment. ( Parent a   should   write  for  pitrliculare.   ,Ono  month   aeeurcsr   llio  Corner lot .on Victoiia street  and Queen's avenue,- J>.-isb busi  ness coruev in town. ��� ���     *  Cranbrook .Band "in" Attendance'  '$300   '"  ]lx>t between P. R-iu ��s and   J-M-  ward Lee's rooming   house.    ( Rx  cellent locatiou.  PROMPT DELIVERY  .���Q.ueen's' Axre.  ' Fifty seven acres of  land,, near  .MOYTE I town,'   considerable   good  timber  *G*n      .  and    he   died  before  help, could (  reach him.���Cleveland Leader.        f  ' Sewed  Up Gauzs in Wound.  and found   that   this   particular; P,"1j->c l!ie��� tiioroughness   of   tlie  driver  Avas   systematical^'-   steal- i Sisters' methods   of-teaching.   Terms',  ing.    The    merchant    called    the! comnnice J.i'iiHary,  April  and   Sept  offender  into   the   office,   showed f pupila !lre ����l��nitLccI durine term,  him "the detecfivers    report,   and i ���  1 '  en said:  believe   that  you;  Mm3  T-* il a frequeiifc occurrence Tur  t)iititjnbs to be sent from a hospital  after au opci'Atiou with sponges,  U m/.e rolls ml* other foreign  muter **"ewed np in their bodies-?  "J'.'iu ipiestiou i*-. 'being as-ked by  wiiny who have followed the mal  practice cas-Jvbro'ughfc against Pr.  >'. I'.Thomas in tho superior court  at Spokane last week.  -Mr. and Mrs. I-eslie Lamb were  awarded $8S0.00 damages by a  jury becu-ise Dr. Thomap, after  I km funning an operation  0*1   Mrs.  can be a trustworthy man  and   a!  good citizen.    Therefore I   inteudi  to keep you ab work and  to  raise'  your wage.*-* by a hundred u dollars '  a year."    The driver went out   of  the otlice a new man.,     bmco that  memorable oco&mou he has wqiked  like a. hero, lias   squared   himself  away   fiom     his- unworthy  past,  and bids fair to  justify   the   confidence reposed in him.  A IVbnsier   Locomotive.  H. C. Steam Laundry  ', ''   CRANBROOiv.' . _  Giveonr woifc n,   trial   and^JeavfV  work  with  Mrs. Sophie Sallstroni  i  Agent,. j  MOYIE, B. C. A  0 j  $1,920 --"    ".  C     , I * '       .I'  1(50 acr-es of land  in  tho-M-oj-te  river valley, between Curzon  and  /viiig-.rsro.to. $.12 nn n<->i-.,..   Tlie finest  kindoffruib land.   oGood wagon  road through ib.  COMJMIlTJiJb'  vS^OO  S. (x. BlaylockY  A. J. Flood,  C. A. Foots,  Chairman  Secretary  Treasurer*  Limb, sewed up the wound  with j tive K"  The Canadian raeifie is just  complecting tlio biggest -loeomo-  tivo that has ever been built iu  Canada. This monster locomc-  70 ft-i'b   from   cud   to   end,  mm  1  Y^  &���     v'v1  a mi! of surgical gau/.e remaining  ..'l-idc. This necessated another  "in.ration ' a year liter. ,The  L'uiili- asked for $2.">.000.  In his defence Ur. Thomas con-  ^"ti'il that tho leaving of sponges  '"ni gau/.o rolls in a patient after  :>u operation was something that  ?"M'P'��iied in tho lifetime of prav- j }]1 oV��.S^  tiuilly every surgeon and wn-"  J*i>uu>tlvi���K that could not be  -'-��� u-'led against in every case.  ���"������ brought a number of surgeo-n-  t"��� tfetiFy to tho frequency ,of  s,"'li a situation.  At St. Luke's hos])rtal in Aug-  "Y.'l.OOU, 1)^. Thomas performed  *"��������� operation .on Mrs. Lamb for  Hiillstories'.* She was discharged  a|i-uriHl, but the wound did not  "'"���i, a second operatiou, in. Wal-  ���y11'', disclosing the roll .of gauze.  '������'.'i'.o undergoing a second op-  <!'Mt-ion;. M,-R> Lamb had been  st:��rl,lod [by noticing a raveling  Piotiuiing from tho wound, which  s,���� was unable to extract.  'fc was shown that   tlio  tiunbs  md with the loaded tender weighs i  *i00 tons.     The  engine  is  of   the j  Mallet    articulated    type,  and  is'  nractically    two    engines    under  one big boik-r.     It   will   be  tried  out fchN week and tlu'ii sent  weib  foi-us.0 on   the   heavy   grade?   in  the     llocky     inyuntains  If  it,  i <-ii've^-* a number of similar si^o will bo built. ,  j 1  !    Dubbed Theiit Cheap   Skates,    j  i -- i  ir-ornio   I.odgei:-O.io     of     the  icheapest^liings we have heard oi'  !this    vear  happened   during   the;  !\veek    when    a  bunch, of   cheap,  Uk-vtes from the Fernio club  went  to a hotel ia  the city  and after  bringh^ i" ^l'iMt  bottle  of beer  in each of their pockets asked   the,  attendant to  supply gl^es.-aud '  The Air Aristocratic  is what young men are keen for.  G[ Correct dress helps a lot to achieve  '**'  CJ Well made clothes are sold" every-  wherc  <| Well Styled Clolhet are as rare as  White Blackbirds.  ^ Wc stake eveiytliing on  Style  Distinction  Good Form  that's what makes Mail Attire Clothes  supreme in favor of the young men.  ���{J Tailored to order from $1 2 to $30.  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.  This hotel is    now under  new  management, and" is first class  i_ ,  , iu every respect-  Lob north of M.oyie li.ikery  with two buildings bringing iu a  re��tr.l of $17 u mocrth..  S300  Lot    ou    Victoria  Clandeuiug building.  v,U*eefc  near  B. E.  TAYLOR, Mgr.  Victoria Street.  I $600  Three  room    house,^ fui-uhihed  MOYj-p,Good  location.     Terms  given on ���  Thos, Summers  Cigars,   Tobacco,   Fruit  and  *   Coufee-ionery.  ' payments.  yy  ���flf Money back for any reason.  [ttire  On sale by  J. W. FITCH  TOYS,    NOTH>XS   ETC.  South   Victoria   St.  T. T. McViUic,C.V.,l*  L S.        lt. Y. rarivcr, C  McVITTIE & PARKER  ritOMXCt.W. L.\.Y1>   SuHVKVIXlY  K.Vll.WAV   .V:   MINING    ENGINEElllNG  J Estimates Furnished.  j OFFICES  ���ly ���   ' ; ^       .     - '     t,.-        ,       ���,  Fort Steele P.O. Box 2-5.  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.  $70O  Three lots- Two cf them  under cultivation. .Small dwelling.  A bargain.    Terms given.  ow  olienors .t*;  they  wished   to   take  had  ho  tl  written Dr. Thomas and   that  the boo.o with thinr lunch. And  the hotdmeh pay a lagl. Ucernio  to tlie city.       ,   ,        '_.,  $50 Reward.  50   YEARS*  EXPERIENCE  -il*-  "Hi   offered , to   settle* with!     Kif-y  ll'ni f<-i- $100,   while^  disclaiming i paid   �����'>.. th"   *  Vxy '���osponsibility in   tho   mattler.' button huh: gi  "''���    Mowery   of    W���llncof'   who | rip, l��tr("'ran  J'^'fonncti the operation in which ! a button  ''������<- roll of gair/.o was   found,   had i oi a .-���������'������  ������"f'wed to surrender the gau/.o tojuium ��"' I"'"1"  "������ainb's for use as au exhibit     '  Siirii'-'-  lollar-- K-oward���Will  be  ,(,...���,hks    making   a  ���arantced* to neither  I 'that it will hold  0I��� tlie.-itart   to 'finish  Money   will  be   paid  - ol' thc woik.  i,m-. ciu&svrT.I  Tf.ade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  ��� Anyono Honillnw n sko.'rli und dcft-rtptlon mi.-  Cnilclc'iv juxiort.jiin our opiiiKiii v*r��.-v- -.vnctlier an  lilvoiit-ii.i�� (h prolmhly v-.loulal.lo. C'oninumir-i.  tioiListrlctlvcoiitlileiilliil. ltiui-Jbookon Patents  nentfico. OLlost iil-oiioj* for-.ocurin-r patents.  1-nl.Miis taken  i.linHik'h  Mulin .t Co. rcee*--C  tpcciulnotice. -vllliout flinrgc. In tlio  FRESH   AND   CURED  nsuraoce  A.VB  A !ian.ls.*.moly illnslraff*.'! wocKlr. I.n:-iV0flt cir,  rul'iili'ii of uny cnleniUlc Journal. Terms, $3 u  year ��� four iiiimthd, f[.  Si/ U by nil tio^sdcnlorn  (yiUfs'N & Go.3S'B^/sNew YorJf  luaucli Of.1ci;  *lij f S-l�������-f-*i'T'i''.*.n. I>. &  URN  Limited.  MOYIE, B. C.  GO  I represent three reliable Board companies. Will be pleased to  quote rates, and write  your policy.  ... 'i  <j  WE  WANT  EVERY FATHER AND MOTHER  | To come to our <* to re this week.      \Ye want   to  show   them  how they cm pros ide the right kind of cxereu-e fov  baby \\ iili  Glascock's Baby Walker  JIoiv it will itisure  biby'*- hiwug -Lrnight  legs and a -"ttong back.  All danger to baby ot  bow leg-- can bo done  away with,by the use1 of  this' wo. d I'ful little .invention. A baby can sic  X the Walker when tired.  -Can:i, walk, or jump: no  i u-, no .danger of upset-  I:iir- ' ������ .   '' ������ ���  Keeps baby from harm,  ''out of Kih-chit-r," off the floor away from pins and dirt, etc. j  Saves .the mother worry.' Vome. in' and  see for yourself��� |  That's all we at-k.    Cune in for tho baby's s.ike.  B. C.  UOX 1  MO Y III  P  <\  M1  i  t  ���AS  i'T  1  ' At  -.  *���%  '/ 7  / ���  v .-  ���    /^  \      t  'X  1 .1 \  .f*V  , vK" ���  ?  ?."!  .-- * 3%  V     *|  <-" ���   "it  ' A  .v.    *        ,*   AX>.\  r.Y  <    ^1^-AV'Sft.B  r X'Ml  [ fc*.*-f3w-i-ml  AA*$mt  \-.> T."4i��i?l  X$r  ,'i'p'Ai  -������*. JK-Si- .  r'.H*i,4-tl3j.m,,  ���   s^iEifi3t,:"i  ,?��  i-fe.ps  *A$��fit  ir-'t$$m\  mipM  &,.*.�� tut  >.*?'.  -VVf-**-.**:!  ,* *.y*v*&\rj|  A IfrmsM  '<>-.iV'#T*-;*MS  '    -i'*r'iS.5i��'<,i'SB  i PX��tm  .-rt.f.-.-  ���51  - r^A.  . .if"* * -.,-.1  V.Y'-Yi r  ,i    <'r.     -'v*,J.  ' . ." A*V l-l  i-'(XU^r\  * ) ���   *    V   -V  '    * J**"  I 'J*     -'S'Hjl  i  '/.ri-.'S"!  rf:'X0  : ��� {&��  j    \X<AP  1 t i'- l\i  .:  ,'- t) W  ���   -t-'  - i>  '    >S*I  -M  'S..?-Vi:-Y'Y'S|  AXAi  ���Y'i.fei  '���A-X  AX\.  ���*"^fe%'  mfPXXX'P ��� P^X-MaPP; Xi?M W. -Jt s     ���� * I   1  (Kii-ni  lhe C;��uj|jioi,k liiiahi )  fi'i ii     hn.f.     Dodo,  ' I- Want \Miat     1  tt^'it" in a inanii��*i  nciu vciualle-d in i  "K.rliKiok  b\   eiilnr puifi-ssional     oil  amuu-ui        It   was  a   (lowmight   fine ' ^tf��i"  ������]<���(.<- <>f  sinajing    and  thc accompaui-j ->0  'lu-n-v. v,es *.>oithy  of it       Ed.   til 1*7611 ! J��k  ics-dcd -ii   tin- piano foi that, pong-   j f S%  Mini*;  about     four  in   1hc  nioininix I Jf'C  , ., ������,-,,   Pivi'i'iSlI COLUMBIA.  On ll.*.- ni.!;1  *-ht '.i FsSdav,  lvSlh inst.,itll(' k,sj  ^---'sl was on, 'tlics board. It  . , ."   . ,        -      .--Yas t!m<5    to co ho:nc.     "God Save  %����'���  . iv -. J$- j  ii..- olJ-tm.c and laiei  ,;ay friends of,'(],���-. k,^,:  .J. A. Ha-Yi-y, K.iJ , gaUieied at   tin* ,j<.,*Jy  banquet  ('laiibuo-v      lii'til,  lLv.m  Foit  fcjt-ccle,  Wa..**a,      WaUsbiug,      Kl��o,     -Fen.ie,  Waldo,    N'vl&on,    Creston- -and lilaces  cwii   failhei   alirlii,   to  c-ntert-ain  lnin  io a  banquet,  the nicmoiy of     which  will radio Ci for many a cuy.     As    is  gi*r.rrally      Well    kji^***:!','Mi. Harv��y  luis cnU-ied      into     pai tiiciship  with  S.  S. Ta>lor,  K ('.,  or Nil-5-u, with  a view lo transfcrun;.; tile held of  their  piofessional y-rcluluess  to   Yan***  coinvi   ai..i  the coast.      The occasion  cf Mr.     llaivey's near (icpanure (he  will '  piol.��i!,ly     have left Cranbrook  It   was a lipping good,  Ai the Churches  catholic;   c-Hrj'cii  No sor*. ices toividt row.  bv U;e t*:ne \\ns issiu  will reach the  public),   was  sei/cd   r-pon  .is  a  happy   chin eh at Z *p. us  .Curacii or EycLAXi*.     ,  i)i��.  -i>      > <-   >... <���     .\ j!)    ',i,  I        ll.  '..   ri>   -       ' ';      'Axt -l.Vlv  in*  01  tlliWcl  l-.'lil  il  .M.'iTXIOMlST   (Ut UCil  -���lorning service, '11 o'clock.  ���Sunday fchool, 3 o'clock. ���Even-  mg service, 7:30 o'clock. Eveu-  ng   subject, (  "In   the,flour   of  i  t> p  oppcit'Jnnv to mail;, even very  .i.iv-q-vut^l-'", the public appreciation of  Mi,  liar1 ey's seiVices to  the dist-rici  .is .a   p.il.he  mail,  Ills  worth     as     a  (iti/eii      .-nd    his      high  piofcssional  ' <li<ii-*,(.-id.  '"     \Mr<tt   added   \ery   e osiJerably,     to  'Hie distinction of  i j** 'funetio'*.     was  lhe \i-:>   wek-(itiK*-p,ii*-eriCC of .Arthur  ,.S.  poode*ve    M.P.,  for Yie Kootenay  (INtnii.       .One  *-*.o',"l<l ha\c   thought  ' iJint-after his la.'Va* -dm mi; the     last  t'.vaitiiig  seski" ii  oi   the  house     th .t [Temptation."  .��' v.f-ul.1 shew     hor.u- signs, ot      \U'.\ ' , .  ��� we-y. :ui.l teai   oi   public     life.    Far! Rev. J.V, . -NlILLhU, B. Aa  iiom ii.    He nevei looked heller .u.d * '.Pastor.)  never uas m  liner form.     llis   \isil        ''  n.vd  no      political    significance  vhat-  v\*Ji, but beiiiu; in     t)if; locality      he  , atcepu,,!  an imitation to be piesent.4,  A    jew   , ���mmiU's      liehfie   1(1'p.m.  '.Midic-w    McCov."aii,   late piper  majoi  of tliL- Hl.uk  Watch, .sdumled an     as-  -.sei.ibly"oii thc    luvtional     instiuine.iit  f Gle'nuanv,   that  showed  Uic  woild  <1  1  ['lij'.-.-RV'ir.'UA.V     C'lltMIOU.    ,  . Sorviec-j* on Sunday at 11 ai m  and 7:'Ju p.'in. ' ^l-'oi-ning biibject,  "Kvidenees of Xew Jjifo." ; Eveiling subject, "Carry Your Corner  ^ j For Dominion Day.  '     TIII��  UAV'S I'KOGJ-tAM.  '    CUII-UKK"**''*- SHOUT-*.  T.mv-, '�� "i{t  .������ i��  1 Hoi.-,' i.ii.e, 16 to 1\ N  J Bow- Lice-, It to lb, -  ,i l'.i.j-,' lace, 11 lo 1?, -  ���J Hv> "*-' i ace,    �� lo 11, 1 .  5 I%.'>\ -> unilei   S,   , 1  6 CnrW 1-lag 1>nl1, .ill aire-, h-1  7 ]Ui\ A potato rac.*,'b to 1-',, 1  S JJoyb' pot it-* lace,  I ini<U*rvS,        1  ,   y   C.iil*,' hall ihrowin.ir,  old 12.        1  11J    (.ir].-,' ImII thio-vMim,     '  uiiih-r 1-',        1  lioy s' three l<.i;j;--.*U'  i.ue. lit lo 14,  ; .NOriGK.  i '  l 1..VSBKO0K   I.AXU    r*IST��I0r.    IlJSTKlCl  IO!   -Ot'TllKKN i'I\ 1-lO.S",   EA-*1*- KOOlliNAY  i  Tiikc notice    tlml  Alex   John   Clusholin   Of  Klii-WHitf".'. M. C., oeciir'.it!on<   Cullictor   of   U  M. ('ii*.(^m��. Intends tu uiiply foi f.ermi.j'.ioii  to  l.lin luicc  tlnj It-Hull 111)* .It seril-O'l luitil*.   -  I    Ournirivjucliifriit u lw-st pltintc'I iiboui :*J j miloi  j i.oni (."ilrzon, ���!. C , lu ii KillII-I'll*,  dir<.-i-.tlC)ii  on  I t-iii-l side of l*   1'. I<  K\., llii-nci* �� ��hl "0 cliitlnn;  liluiH-e Mjinli   10 c-'jftlus  Uii'tieo' casi about  7  jflii'in- toC.  1'.  1!    Jly; tliuncu following *3uhl  j H\ , -10 <'huiii!> iiurllicrly l-o-itoiiit of eoimncucu  , iiu-iit, and containing -10 m-res of land more  or  Y. I )i--s. AI.KJiAMlICl: JODXCIIISIIOI.M.  v' I l)utv.-.l JuucTUi, 11-01*.  METAL   rviAHKET  Xew Yokic��� I'm-  MlVf-,,   -,j  Ct*  I'uul Jon-iv-i, A(;enJ.  .50 I  .50 '  .50 KOTICK.  '-RAXBROOlv   T,Al4l>'WtSTRlCT.     DISTR1RT  OFhOUTilEltN lllVlalOX, KA*-r ICOOi'KNAY  *���' , ,   TuLe i;otlf-c Hint Alhrrt Hanilmrilt of Carrob,  U. C��� oeeii-.iitl.j-j,    Kiiiu-Iit-'r,   luivnil;' Ip -apply  .50 J d>r j-crinl'.sloii lo i>urtjhe.��^  tlm follow Ins    (*���  , sciilji'il lmiJs:���  ComiiK-iu-iiiir at n post plnnU'il south  stdc   of  1  r-p~- ^SS-^.j&j   j *-:gM   j3    Gnl-"' eK-<.!*.ii(l -1-K--011  w  ihat we sell, and will cvc'liango goods W.  yI��T or refund money when satisfaction i*-; not" given. ����-.  /AV We invite you to Avrife or call at  our, big store, in J*jA%  jftik Cranbrook   and  i.nsppcl.   the stock, and   compare v��>  ^prices".-,    i i "���'     "'     .���   '    " .'^  ���V��^   . , i     < '" i Alr.  as  tlieic    ^as     something   out of.     the, Nlio.d  ,_A(la     S.uidwith    will   sine  .Tcrniuon  on  foot  at  the   Hotel   Cian- ��y[>jle Volunteer Orcani-*.- "      Km-.  Jnook.      'At ten, preciselv,  sevcatv-1 ,xne ,   U1,nr, ^ ��� A   h ���'  ��,,"��  fno, iiul.coiintins the guest', of   the "dayfc hool at.2:30 ,.p.   in., All  are'  WH  cordially invited to attend,  T\,S. PATOX,;  '     (Pastor.)  Buiiiuingtof   Hali   Postponed.  TJie  Moyie  ;Odd  Fellows  have  uo-tpomd   the  building  of  thc-ii  (.���vCifiiift,     ^...L     douz    uo ��� n hatiquet  v. hi'^i,'1    aifurdnlg io     Jli.  Goodi-\c,  ���   lould  not,    hi- Miipasscd.in the     pei-  furlum ot its  Mciiids, its seivice,      oi  jt--   'wines,  b'y any hotel  in Ottawa.  ,i",y  ihe    xiine the' ,niomitain nout���  .Yd     l!iey     uc-ii;    gvnuine KootQnay  l loiintain tiouv���had Lrcoinc .mcrelv a  J i'ldiirny and a swfrc-t  t(.-collection, the  . iio'.'J-j "iciuglitei   of-    Woet ic Shaiulon  l.vLvl.--lYrfehcd thc coclvlcs of the heaits  or lhe ciowd  and the, laughter      al- j ���e"v hall a'bfl .OI,ei.a tiouee fo���   lhe  iin*.->i   ,iiowned  the splendid n\usi(    u '   , "-       ���  Ali'c  Cuinbronk    cit-,   or driest La, **i*,d- r >pre-=entf       However,  , they  havt*  tin* con.luctoialiip of ?.1k" I*1. E. CY>ii'i-/puj'c-liased two lots in 'a   good   lo*  son.      JIo\\e\or,   hi most  ,lc��wl  silonoc-1       . .     ...    .    ,"      .   c>  . Y-ll h'Ikii Ml. JUiili-i pla5edY"n.e '"tion, and will hoid them, as a  . Fliglit of-A^es," most beautifully as -ite for whenever t-hqy 4 decide to'  v n loi not solo,    , bnilei  All throu-di the feast the messenger   "���**--���  l>..\s  v.'crp, busy   dclnfiiiin   telegram**,  to'the rhaiLinan, f  vludge"p.  K.   VV> 1���  ,'i*.oiiJ     When lhe, coflee had heen Leached he, had oil haiul a .seK-ctiou   fio'm  Kn<g'-�� Fiv, ai,l,    Ex-P.ie-or'cnt. 'Iloose-  \elt, winch latLt'L came. ficn.. Xairoln  Y'i,*.   Mombasa,   I\>st  Afiu-a, -'John  n  UoLUrielU'i,   Audtew  Carnet,!'1,   SnnUi  4  0K-ANBK-0O*H  n I  r.ire, o>cr 10, 51. 7.x*ts., 50ots , 25cii>  14 Girls' (-Lj.i*; ai\w *-)X)<->u  i i are, under 10, ' 51., 75cl--.., 50cl->.. 25  ���.> B.ilaiiee of money -.'rit*--. toward,* coti-,  solauou prizes and cundy /oi Lhe very  \ouii!^ one-*. '    ' *    , '  J  II. Hawke,,Chab. A.   Aia\*Kny,   G-m-  tniitec-.''  j C 1*. It. Uv., iiImjuI 'j j-'ilirli- fiii'ciislerly tlirec-  , t on from Cur/in ht-Uinn, itii'ncu eoiuli -10  c !tiin��, ihijiu't* vi st 4J clniins; ilie;.oe uorlh  ii-joiii ii i-lititiiK to <*-, v. n Ri:' tln-iii,<* fullon-  ju;-.uld Uv , -10 cliHlutl'lil uu efrit"->r!-* illri.-c-  l-pu lo point of (.oinint-Dci-uiutit, aiid'comulnlng  -110 ncrvsol lMid, inoru or It-st. , ,  ALnhKT BARNHARUT.'-  lnitv.tl June'Jib, I9t��9.        ,    '    < ' ���    ,  ,���   ,    >    i*ooTn.u.r. GAitn,.  Time. 10 30 ii, mr  ,-Mv; ie vs. Cranbiook,       -   True $150.00  fre*tttt*a**^*****>��*��$  '   F;-cd"fI,^n,  Chas.  Ilanna   and  ft  Big   AiLeiHlaiice,'   at .Dance.  Tho attendance at the - dance  in Morley h.iU Thnrsda,y evening  \vas- niiioli  larger AhiiLi   ,at    any  ' (.'.urns, Came Dam 1\aiiQn aiul oUicl . .-ocial d-itice   for  some   time,   and  itotabiliiu-s,   vilV clciilonnii   Lhe  depar-1 ,.,������,.'���, "'i,'! ���,���, ^ i   ����� ' -r    i-.  tine.of Mr, liai���y iiom lhe huh    cti ^cnoue.bud a.gpod   time., J.   V.  ,llie��� Kooti'-nays.        fine1   cx-pusi'lcnt i Cuiie   aud  ,J.tO*k   Ilobiuson  ,\veie  f       ' LOCAb ASSAYS V ,     |  The wild roses'arc in bloom.    -  James t*>ardon has gone to woik  -it the North. Star. ,     , ,.   .  Ben Pi.lej' has retiune'd from  Lethbiidge-       '       - c , '    Y  Mayor rink cif- Cianbrook was  in town Tuc>-d.iy".     ,  J. P.."Parrt-ll was, in. Cranbrook  che Drat of the week.   ���  D. J. Elmer 'and ' -wife weie np,  from Cranbrook Sunday.V  11 r  -CAi.irnoN-rAK skokts.  Time 12:30 p. ml'    '  1    Hundred jaid-fLiah, " $10 $5  i   Three legi*ed laee,, S 4  3 .S;Lck: race,                * ' 4'' > 2  4 StaudiiiL,-- broad'jump, '4 . 2  5���  Ruiiniiit. liigh jiuiipj '-) 2  6 Hop, >-lei> jinl juii'ii", '   4  I                        -"      < ���!������  7 ljtg siMiai* conti.-st,  '- 4  .. . i .    ��� ���   i  5 Log- choppiHj- contest,      -4        2-  9    Mnieru'rac'c" ' , 10        5"  Miners' race open only to'men'over 25  ���.ear*, ofaj^e, and workinjcf under jj-rounrl.  t If." S. Gamble;, IS. K ^UJorialil,. K.  D.'Stinwiib \. J.    I.eiiox,'c .Coniruiltet.*.  i 2  Mr.'McDougall were, up on JMat-  thew, creek above Marysville fco  insjiect a 'graphite property  owned by ITazeuand R. E. Peattie.  I^OS'I'���Lady's figured golden-  brown belt with daik buckle..  Finder will please leave same at f.Mo\ie v*, ciaubiook  this office.   > '  . . J;-Fr DOWNER   '  Builder   ��&  Contractor  -   ICstiniates eiven.      < -  r,' r 1     t  MOYIE,' ,--,-    B. d,...  irSfiXrOR   BASIiBAI.I.    CUIIJ.  nnc. 2:3>Qt  Dr. H. E   HALL  ',..-. .DENTIST   '],    ''���  (     a t f l  O 1  The Expert Crown  and  Bridge  Worker        ���   ' '  - q V  1 '   ��  *- ' ���     '     0  OflicG over,Mr. Short's-  , t . ���' <> ..  '    Wall     [1/aper1 .   Store    '  Armstrong Ave.,   ,    Cranbrook  Load $475 Ull,lJ( r ���  i.ONDO.V-Jjtwl   lr,     ',     ^   ^  >    -*> bd  Stock Quotations,  l-V'tWIUKI)   It*,    J(I  Aurora  Consolidati-.] Huieltcrs  Cau. (iol.lfivl.1s  Ciiinl.ruoV. Klr.'IiOct  Xortli ri;ur  iii>e)el) Oirl  *  I "AM j I  I'.i  "'Al  .". I 2  An,, j r  '���'.-.I  irfj  C S. KINRADE  Painter and  Paper Hanger.  Estimates given on all khi(j^  ' ^of woi-k..   Can by found  '    '     at- JMoyiy hyirt, ���   -:  MOYIE , BOAT' HOUSE-  -       "T       ' '    '  Bohts, for   hire ri-y  tho Hour, Dar, or  G   ' '     '    X *  �� , "Week at reasonable,-,  "  , ' prices.  :  -A       i -_    b    *        ,       .     ',  i' '  Canoes, Peterborougia'  ; and,Skiffs."*  L   V        '  '���',' ��� '  '" GEO. ROL'tH.Mjr.  Vi\.-v, <-125.0fi.  R.   Dudley   returned  to  Feraio Monday..  , L0:5T���A'^gold    broohli_. Avith  ilowcr,design last .Sunday "after  noon.      -Suitable 'reward  offered.  Finder , please return: to  Leader  offi-je.      -  r \  i       i ,    , i, -.    ^  ���jot your hcitiiag   systera ' "installed  noir. ��   Do ' not  waitT till  ua.iUd loLiWwii-l.euiuH.ivinlwn iu;fc'.e  p.Gmotei.s'    jrU;ie .was. pup  hm  ��<i& keeping fur Jus  *,jn*i!.oJ* sIkj-jI-/ l-1-ltJd uy I / u/*--.  \\ iJ.-on .aiul IS vans, i  ing. ('ill 110 >7atl011,        slrait^Irl v, , '    . I      -A.   P.     M-.^-l.inol,/  I'/ior/p/i? iqci��P6i��.   -;rl  piL-scnt,  to  set'      . r-vrJi,* \ I'-p mr TinvT^Tv Craub,*ook Tue--d:iv  then facps a^ai/ist drnrJ-:.     ilui olJcl       -     i->-ui..iUi,> UJ;   110A.t,b1\. j ' - . ,  was     ohi-yL-d     zi^hf lyjall/      Km.-hJ ,"���,-< I "���   Winer?' Lrnit-n iiK*etirg  tonight, jo"    4 atmore Bro?., Ci*anbrooIf..  t'licifull}'. ������- '     "  .���.ftcr  the  i(*a��t  i,f Tiie  Kini*;  wintei^    you'll"  need^flre'-then.,  -��=   ,.*-.   /'.���o��^ tVTo'   are   e.Tpertseou  'zbonm,   hoi,  water, hot air heating and plumb  v    (i 'AifUATrC    Sl'OJLTP.  Time, 4:3U._ ���  Ga-"6iine boats,   ''   -1st, *?2d,      2nd,',$30.  JJcmble scuil, i   *���     io,       ������_        ^%  Single  sr^uil,     , ,     "'".10,    ,   "      ' 5.-  Swimmiiij. rac-j,    '   ','.   ' V--1, "     " S.',  John Cannon,    Rowland   Gambit*,   K.  Kordman, Alex Canieron:J      Cbmuyllce.  (X'i. ^Iv-L^ll-itid is over from hid  ranch on the tile can livei. , -  of  m  ji to F. J. .Smyth.  he     $11 \\ ill buy   a two piece     suit  'James "Whitehead and J as.   McNeill have been making mariy im-  Tn-o 100m house toorenr.' Ap]*!y!\31'��Vements   un   tbeir   farm   near  ' Alandgc, on the west side  of the  a0ain,   that  ::,  a  pubho  speaker      he   ^I5,.* feU'"!, 3? ho i^Vf    ,  bad  not    ins  Mipei'im   m   iniish   Co-1 .^ ^     '    I  \^   /01   -1    lhc V'nt' for the Ci-b at Hill'  iii.it lie v.as in j\1i.  Laurie s employ    L(Jt luc nish >11- Lilu  jirmbia.    ;   "Iinpciialism,"   baid      he,  in  back  jiiiiiuici. jiii k iicuisiu,      taiu       ne,    \f,r),   i,,_              .      ,     ���, j --���.��� ���  'once     coi.vc-.i-il,    the    idea    of    the vM ,i ,    n,i-,??  tC\hlS   lld"13Y ' :  Kind tov.ards lhe colonic-*.      ii in     a U^   ��   ,.W m��n i    v n      t        ,-   ,no'  v,a",   suqScbtcJ     that     ���...al  nlims,u- v,      CnXT)'^'']"���1?.'0?-  ....: i.i..?.�� ,         ,       ., _ Aii-    tfcoige Laimc,     h.sq., Creston.  (ondition,   Xhd jnevalence      (I  IJicJuininara'.pai yjpL   ���    ["nose  hi. d. Gvvynnfe is installing a  -soila foutitain in his  place.  -Mm. "Wood.- and ton were in  Oi anbi ook Thursday.  li1  "g,f;jSv.;-5j'i  tnoit   cviid   well   dtsavcl  ihe S.r.e��utv  a'S "V0U Ca,?X,���  ,���.������������!������,-,-  cheer,  and  c- iu;rat.ulaUons  he 16.W ^ours  "Rp^l.l7>n   c.  .                        *'         .                                | INlaitin  O. Rinnei.  , *;,,.   -,.���,,. ,.           ,     _    ,.         .i n.smoncl,  North Dakota,  U.S.A.  1 -dr.  liaivey was most efTectne     in i '                           '  Ins spci'di  of  Ui.inlvs  io his     Iticn'ls.l 1"  He p:..n>i*-cd  that  though he v-.as fio- -  iiig to "h', coast still he wouUl keen a I *          ,     /MAKiu.aHj.  w,um c-ortiorin      his heai t foL tho.,o' ^l's. shc '*s V0111" ^ile-that woman  CA rCniXOi GKKASHrt' no.  Time, 6 p. in.  n \*.  , John   llakke   over   at   fc-andou   a  I fe.v day-* ago.  JNIrs. C'eorge Y\'-rigbb came home  he saw about him, and that, he would'��� ,ho 1,I,CS1(1,?S oVor ^  do'mestic'at-  l^b week  from   Montana,   wheie  evci  mvuntain Ins mtcie-si m the     at-   i_a_*is���legally  so,   at  least;   for   . you  she was visiting  fans  of  Lhe  distiict.  i\ as ti ii", hande  hu  lie      hail       it  WGU-     "lamed  in      strict  accordance  no        lieu,       IV, ,    ���i,���lv.,,���    ,    . _ ___      ._���  ., ��� .....VV. oM-i   his hiiainess'tu   %vl11- ^ hat'the civil  law  lcimires     in j     Mra..Lecl��dr and children    have  h\r,.'.Li\neil"lbvrt   he  would  n-,er  en-  s,U(h ^a&es;  but  inoially you can     be; go:ie to Batte to join 'Mr.    Leclair  Uulv  s..\ei   lift  'ulatioi-s   wiln   Vi.xr.-P^X^\.huthPdmi }�� \lF,r.uuly 1.n      C.^c , ?.,���,,-* l-nD ti(in���  ,u���..��� '  hi ook.  \ou lo\e hci.     In othei  won!-*   while' wJlO has a position there.  ,Y an   outvanl      compliance   with       the.  A.r ,,W. LiUner and Russell  Hauke will sell '-.Voy'ie Booster'  badges on Dominion Day, The  badges aro in red, white and  green, the Moyie colors.  P. O. Routh is still in the hospital ac Cranbrook, and it may be  some week-sbtfoic he is ablo to  leave His    ankle,   vy-hici*.   was  broken some time ago is  mending  in town for a da^or two. j slowly.  A son was born to Mr. and-Mrs. Mr. Roy, an extensive property holder and capitalist ofvllali-  fax, N. S., was here during the  M*.-ek looking over the country.  He was the guest of .Mr. and Mrs.  A. P. Macdonald while in town.  We are oiTet ing certain lines of  baby carriages and go carts at a  big reduction for a few days, andean give you absolutely the best  value obtainable. Patinore Uros.,  Yranbrook.  H..h.*ri   S.    l.eniue,  oi  Nelson,    *js   'Yu  U'AL1      compliance   wan       inc. K. 0   K,l2nm  ���nd     j)    A      .    ro���  happv  m   ik.  last dc^ue  m his     ie- s-^tute  makes maiuafie legal, nothn-r " u ��� ,v'uum ���;"��    u-   A-   Ayre-,  M'oi-Y  to    the    tf-a-,1   oi  '-The  l'io-.-  l'A1- n,a"-lJ ll hi-.\y in  the Loid's si-.'.lit were     Liansactnig     business      in  nue"         He      hi 1-411,1     with    happy   sine   Lhc  mutual   and   u-i lpiocal      ai- (Ji.mbi ook M ^nd . v  ptia.-.f. m,w,l pent, and, ,1 one .-an bo  \XX'n   XXUj)*   bctw<e"   Ulu  Paituss. "     "')"  said io  bustli:      with  e.is-'- hwl qu. t   ' Il<*1 --> the lust leason win   it is so S! i< ��� r   Invictus   slioes   at   SO 00       c* ^*   Vroman    i-o.-., n-a��� ���;   ,  dimmv.     his    was the i hum to such  ����essary Jm   huMia. U to  hue   then ��� ,.    .     ,.                                        *J-UU   r    Vfl-          ���'  ' epr centiug   .  disuuction.                                                X\J;<Y il��>l (hi.*,, of (o.iu-r., ,nakcs   IL ''   *  -x- ll...                                            i.. -.UcDcrmot  oL  Cranbrook,  w,  SumniPrs   has   purchased 'U)    trnvn    -Monday  rin   to.i*,t   of '"ll.e Ciu" could   not   **'1">'1^   i.nc-saiy  foi   v.ius to     lo\e       Tom  l-(   in ii. ,lu  hinds ili,,n  ih-.T   nf    lhe   husbands. i  f il\   S.iicun,   (i    11    'll,..i]i|....ii    ll,-      Li ri.foKiji-;  the    (bin   of lmshandly   ",t'i>-lI��   -I cl'oilman   i,iope��.>   on  v.*-! .ill    il.ue with  lhe guod.s. ^.i o> l-  toiv  Al r    I  t  we l, i.iaik, fu ,t,  that tins ]o\.  0 io a\* mi.  A.  as  The   J��ttbafc  beer, for winch Mr.   McDermot  is  agent,   i-*   steadilv  : ..npuhuity   in Aloyi-j  mere-using   in  i*>  di.e  to    ll-o    will.-   because of     the  .M.Lil.iri.i.iiiic-  r .,J..  a     i.iost   ti''*.!  she icpu^s in bun.  an.l in \iew       rJ"lie last meeting of the e^Iebra-.  '���""-    l),,lf'i      "i  l'.'-s  n-ph   i-i      Uu-   i'f  ^.h.it  she  -rii.s  ip in  older to tic   Hon commir i,.,. -.viillw. h.A.C \\,      I     -A'"f^achern -5c Macdonald ni-iko  ".--'   ..f  '  Hi.-   M.in   ..nd   N,,u "   He <"usuniinalioji   nf   th,i.   w< KUd  ixist- commitUc wul be heid   Mon- imnfll.f������-. ,lkp  ���nd   .  <\   did in  i.,.,,! cmis. i**, down  "'<'������      Did urn c\ll   think  wbtl      it   day night. ,'       _"-'I'oi tanc    announcement   in  Llieir  advertising   column   today,  fif-i2ffl*��-S*S  Sl��*.-*Sv5^i  ���sK*  :ft��#  Mrs. P.   J.  ]Iipginp,   ~Mr��.   Vi.   O.  , of a reduction of   12   per   cent  my  'Ak'HP   !4!  *4y|*CY|, /-?  111  .i!i'..l    f'i",ti.ii  oi   uj)  in   tie  sa-wiu'c "leans   when an   jnr.oc, nt.   aheel'ionale  '���"hi, m  I'UK-oi    bin  he limuiiht it -^:'  ^'-c  In i self   to   a      man,   ,���  .: ii.    .'ii (\ul',>i,i    l.ie.i if       the hi'-, "rilv his, foi bettei oi  worse, t-i; Patterson and Mi-- Lucy    KeenevYn       ������"���">'������"������   ������-   per   cent on  il. ������!<   mi   f ,.,...,1.1  wmid  lu-   urn.- ol >I(��iMi  'ball  sepr.iate  llicn,'     Talk oi .. .���,., 0,.... ,*,f>ln -,��..    ,...., \i,���, i ,/ '      ,netI v'egc^ables,   and   a   half   a  ������     ",, fiMe   (. 1,-ns  ci   Hi-   1 unMsh a K-.i.i in 11-ic- daik'      TA\ of iimi,!,v C Uom Uo��-''l���� Mondiy  '.*>>     ad    i. ,e    tin m      ;,-.      11 ..lninj; a i is!.'   'i alk , f s.n i A.u es'      llUr *(,ii        Mr=. Tlio.--.. L'Mulian wa�� up from ' sii'r-ii-  .'.    ti.*    (oast  fin   li.i   liisliui- iui\i'    an    iri-taii'e      uf 1 h( sc    inn'-, ^      i ,i* 1,1-.,.       '      fa  in    0.11      wiiii,!- Mlo   s in      1.11. wli-'i 1.1s l ii-.  .-, t,.,,r,ii.-i ... ..n ,1?.. Yx-k.-.--*-' tins week  to   lock   alter  ���cent     ])er   pound   on   granulated  ,1  1   < -  ivbei:  \ (llllj|r  1.1' ..1  v, .11 .an  A rcbie  in       the   w I i''1 '.is 1 H\   a p.iial!,'!  in ;,U tin  Jl-NIOR    I3ASKJ1.U-U   fiAMIi.  Time,   7  o'clock.  Mo\ie vs. Cranbrook, I'ri/.e,   $25.00  and Smyth chalh-ugc cup  ?  Foi; Sale.  SI?  f  r.O.BOX-filo"    ft   ,;  ',       ,      '    'V ''     '     Y'I!UX):.73  1  ���  ���' ��� -,- - ���     '   ' w  - '���     '��� "     , '       '-..*'        ���,    -���        f I  ', -      .      .    - -       :������...  A    *  Eaist Kootenay. Bottling Co. t  '"   *   " '   r ���.'.-���;��� ���;M  Cranbrook,   B. C.  J\Eanufttctui'ors of all kinds of 6nrl)onat��M  beverages. ' 'Wc spa ite 110'expcnse to have  our goods tlio best on thO market:  ' There are   otliers,   But!!  (u '  ,w  .IV  -IT  Man or AYoiuan. ' My South |  African Veteran l<mnty Land !���  Certificate issued .by the department of the Interior,, Ottawa,  good for 320 acres of any Dominion laud open for entry in Alberto, S.iskatc.hewan or Manitoba.  Any 'person over the age of is  years, man or woman, can acquire  this land with this certificate.  Por immediate sale ijJSOO.OO. "Wire  or wite,' k,. -Ii Telford, Pit Shuter  street, Toronto, Ontario.  ��� *5?:**?^-^?--3?*!S* ^^-ST* >? ^����- ^-vx*"  NOTICE  TAKE SOTLCE that I intend  to apply to the' Superintendent  of Provincial Police, after thirty  days fiom the first appearance of  this notice, Cor tho tranfer from  myself to Prances L. Taylor of the  licence to sell intoxicating liquors  at the International Hotel in !  -Moyie, U. V.        '  Dated this 22nd day of June, A  D. 1909. AVAL   KYPI).  Witness, A. 13. -Macdonald.  PRINTING  LOOK!  The Moyio Football (Jluhfhavc engnird al au* enormous  cost  JACK JOHNSON  The black follow who cannot be beat.    V-."1  WILL ARRIVE'  :U Aldrid-Y in time to liave all the fun of tin-l"*1'1  ^���Er-ssBrKasanasaa-asaK1.  " -il   i   'I   li in' in   (!   vnlioii.       'j 1 ,  Mil  en en can.e 10 reply. l:y.y ;i .���.':������--.'ik.-.-    !t   lias' licca hers from  t.'i  t lie, must   of   1!il'  vi.silor.s  lie  took  L-.jjiVllm.,,!.     '.She has    knov.'ji sea reel v  ii.'iiafrr. (.-/     the occasion   10     pre-  a.'i'ihin-**    hut,  liajipines-;. ������ there.      A  -dine   proicrly     inteie-it*-   which r  .-lie'luis hei'<.-.' '���'.'.  August .Mueller, manager of the  m  s-r^'i ^*  "sf  ���?.r:t\    Mr.      Harvey with a' 'beautiful   near,  nrceio'i;;    linme it is.  "sanctifi'".-!   m      ���    i> ���     n       1 .  ���...���l-u.v  i^lil-nio-iinleil  ua)kinS  eane-  on ��� "��"  ��'�� fatlu-i.*,'s nuthoritr and  hallowed   '"yl�� 1"'evve,T-�� waw ln Craubrook  ���  l.'ehi'.lf   'oi  a  few    of    Mr.    Harvey's ��� hy a  mnthrr's , love.    "That     is one  the first  of   the   week .drumming  ..mon,  intimate'old friends.    . thini:  she  irives  up.      The lioinpYpcr-i ,,n bu-iues*-    ' ;  ��� 1.. P.   Melihrle   left,   iiolhii:-   to      be.eiianee,    v.ill   .still  exi.st.;   but  it.    will ; " >'     A    ' - .    ��� ."  desin-d  hi  his  resporlse' to   * "IJiti    Ol-il ���not  he  he is  any   longer, in  tho sense:      Andy Johnston has goiie  to   his  ���T'X    Maedonaid,  ,pea.kin'v     for   ' an" S/" in"   sudl'as'.'that maTSi J'���01?, "����r Tabor, Albe. ta,   where | been'secretly   pardoned, but *tl,i��  Ilu- 1 n.f.-ssionsY  was eahn even  to   pr.ivide. ... j he will .spend tlio greater   portion I ;c ��� DmnL���( ;,.^n..    i     ���   ,     ���,  the judieial   ralmness,  made  lots       of      Kathe,,,  and      mothrr  mast   likewise ' of thY  -, ,���,.,1P- -- ������ | is.  emphatically    domed     by    thc  l.'ood  points and   was ciieereri to    the   Ik-. I'.iwn .up.     In. fact, Die  -zii-l's life'i " " *" |! warden. ������-.-���.  echo. ,     |; irom. that innnu-nt,  will'  present      ;in ' '    Hobert's   k  ".Mevsinger    made   -1 ' ��� ' : .���      ���'  I'Vlier     Lund   niade  about   the    inosfc--'"-v,'.''''lv   ditTerrnt    desi<:n.       FoiTnerlv  : i.i���     V   .   -i     ,* c       1    ".-  ���       I t-,     ,     ,���, ,.,  .>..,*! ivr  soeiTh   r.f  lhc  eve.ii���K  in   .Y   H..- parents were in  (],, foregroumj of       g    d.,,.. i!,u t ion     o[    ,-ul vertismir / Don't   Waste     Water.  ���."!���.-.- to the call (jf "Commercial In-       e .���������h-l .oc;  now     these Yre're! c^a tod   ��� ;l p- this w.-dc, and every   b(;y   in i    '.-������'!:i<-.s."   '        . '"   the' !-ark,i!.i-oun-,l,   ;Uid   her  hus'hai.ii,  * The      Ladies  found   a .most   persua     '    =?ivr. champion in   .1.  ]{.   Kohinson. '"':  ��� Vo:;n:' ,\h.   DeivoJII j^ave an atliletic   a..       ,.. ,,,   ,,.,���,,,,,  Harry Orchard Makes   Sheos.  Harry Qr-chard is still in the  Idaho penitentiary and is employed in the shoe department.  Home time ago" tho Appeal to  Reason   Paid  that    Orchard    had  'y-J.vi'.s the lirsl. place. Kor Hie n.a!-'  e n-h-lion, we .must renicrnlir-r, '  ���.ipe:ior  eve:;   \o  lhe   l\'Xi;,l   i-eljificn  <i-.vn \\'.-',  made liaj.  <ek  I     The water in tho dam   is  a  lit-  ic'i'iiv;..!., I'. ]���'. Johnston, j tie low at present and. persons  ������eif-lnicri of the Pa'acc <,f the .S.-ven in ' '���!������ .'-'ci ip; iiral v,!,-v,* (..f ti,c. P( as(.'," -'��� v-* -'i."<ii .'���>���! .II. J I. I h'niock I usii^g water aro requosted to  Veils  that   l-rouidd. the house riown.       In   facji,  weddinp   bonds  are   the'most   weio   in    C'r.-w.bro-.k    .M ij*., ..*. v   mi ��� waste as little as nosidble and   thc I  Mr.   U.  T.  Jlryinner,  of the Bank  of   '.in-ir*"..  in   which   hnman   bcinrv    can   hu.ioe-.   r-   1 Mceii'.n   :viil',   (I,,. e . r ' -   - ,* .   )  Co;ii!i:c.-ff; saiiif ihe great biifTo"  soi.i:   be held. * .  . ,',",t- '    V'   '-"-x-tLivjii . ,Mlh   tin   use   of   water   for    sp,inkling   is f  A-. ' " >uir��ia mine. ' i-proliihited. Cor the the presCnt.  ���THAT'S OUR  BUSINESS���"  Every Order    placed   with' us  means a satisfied* customer.  O^.r Prices Are Eight  Ration work of any   desbrip-  tion or  quantity  quoted   on  ap  pi ic ition  u.bidij show.on fho.-.Groiindt;.  Cari boost of licking this black, soyalJ come and (XQU<  THE MOTZIE L^ADE-P  I        Jil'toi- th.o-football JinUch,..10.30 Ji-- ��'���'  OPEN'   TO    ALL    COMERS"  i2��r2.*&iX&. ifa-** A" *i0MtW)w^-��K��i>*��*i  ���WWniia mitana m. ��� nt ��� ni������i


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