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 I     ;rp"   \.  ;Y^  '!  ?  ���;   ' A'-  ��� ?*������  .   A j i,  'j. in; lyA-j1;: r   i.v  JSWELRY '8ek  W. H. WILSON.  WIILKR CJlANIiKO(#J\  MB  I,    '  ,��� , m  ,X?3      *�����      ^ft ^  M  . I  N  \ 'Pj-iy :aitv of  Coj:i;rcxr.  v. Eye jDo-  fecis.  WILSON,  o:  'Tician  GllANWio'oK  ^OL. 12 jS'O, 11  *____ ^.....  . :   jMOYIK,  ii.  j l;  , Iw. 1901).  t��j  l^?!5i d  ,g^<*  <S?<  ', Fastest -Yet  >��i  82 A  YEAR  -�����:!  A car of fresh groceries arrived  frgm tho   east  this week-und covered the distance in    '  Nine Days.  WAGSTAVF'S jams, jellies &   marmalades,  'fresh; and .direct'from Ihe factory.    TJu'd is  the   only store,in,tho "town -that buys- those     ���  ��Ood?i  direct   ,'ind .you can  always   rely on     '  them beiria? fresh. , ''  ��� ��� o   ;��� Fresh Today . ���'  Tomatoes, (Juoumbors,'Jjettuco, Asparagus, Onions.  ^ivawbemcSj, llhuharb'et.e, <..'"'  1.0/ 0, Fs Grand lodge |  GENERAL  FLOAT  \7  \v  \!/  =\U|  ���Wan  h -^��,�� -t^^-��(J(t, -  ���^���^���?���^#6���:���������$������*&'  The Odd "Fellows'  grand dodge j  Lumber is '$J J   a  thousand,   at j     Tne celebration  eommitto   will  ���Sam Spaersis putting up a new  building at Creston. ,  ���Several    Chinamen,   hive  been  arretted in'Trail for  gambling;.  Tho Nickel Plate mine at Iledley  made $'300,00(5- lastr year.  J'Olt  OU.U.1TV.  m  of British Columbia wag in f-c-  session in Vancouver on June 9th  and 10th. (*\Vildey Lotlge, No. -11  was represented liy A <Y -Monl;-  house. W. 11. Laird was appoiut-  od district deputy for this' lodg����.,  Next yours' Sse-ssion of the grand  lodge will bo 'bold at Kamloops..  The dew grand'lodge, ofiiceis .are:  'Irand ma^Ler, Wallace Law, Van- f  couver: deputy grand master, J\\ the iioflman house nfc Elko  I j. Webber, New ,- AVe?t minster:  " lyi'and warden, W- H. Culliu, Vic-  tot ia: grand secretary. R Davey,  Victoria; grand treasurer, }V. A'.  J/jbn^on', Vuiicoitvei'; grhiid re'pre-  f-eiitative to" the sovciieig'u grand  lodge. Thor\ Jooibleton, liosslund.'  tbe eoafct.  hold only one moi'o meeting be ��� ,  tween now and Dominion 'Day, iW  and that w III be on .Monday.' tl:oI/j��  2<Stb, Those interested feel that J l^  everything is'in peifeet order. | ^  Xever wm a celebration in'Moyie I \'/  better arranged for.   Tho grounds j w  Pigars,'. Tobaccos,;'  Confectionery  tTARKETAj ULOfllj:  MOYIE'  will be in   perfect  condition,   thei>ff  Chug. Klingen&iniih lias  Ijought! booths aie 'all lini-hed,   the  danc-'1}!^  ling 'paviliion    is up, the   posters   --  < During ihe next few wee!-:-* we will'make a  '  ��      dpecia'lfy of,    '  STRAWBERRIES  )Ya Jiaye arrantr<-'d to   Jiar.d.'e tWG' hundred  Crates   rrum Wk  n'-*,    J.'oo !'���=   iu d Sevan's  Every ' day the cqal mine��  around Cnlehian do not work  means a lo.ss of $12,000.   '    .     .  \%  are out-, the   band    has   been    on-'JV  iW  w  '"     .        '   '     'BOOK' YOUR   TICKETS  ,''"<.,      A       ���  ���'    ,."        through >h ' _ ,  '     ,'���/,    ' BliALE   & ELWELL *   ,  '  ' -        .     .  ���'.*���'"'   ;���:()Id Cotintry ...    -.'.'....  ale .lgwils fcf White Star,, Doiuhiion, Red Stor,   American   au.cl other   Trans-At-  .     ��� ' '     '"��� ' " ,       lantic lines. ,'_ ' |  Hiktlj can .he qhlainei^ from Kooteuay points to'Liverpool j   Taris',   Sweden, Italy  anj Kitropean Rort via Jfo>jtrcal, New York or PortJinid.  t*._>_.  For the baby ~ . akf.. ' For the grown folks  ;       -; - From  $2.25' ,. <0"  $7,75    ( .      '- -<���-  'YY.q havp'a nice assortment.,.   Don't  overlook  ���'   \ .    ;  this chan'ce tos>got a nice ";���     ' r  '  s  ".������.������''���;" ."HAMMOCK"- .-"''. ''  r v i x t      '  the Moyie Drug ;& Stationery Co.  To JJuilil a House Boat^ '  - *        ^ '      , '.  . R, Campbelr^'is ' planning tbe  building of,a house boat to put  on Moyie lake tlm summer for  rental to camping parties. The  boat will be 12'feofc wide and -27  'feet in'length, and will 'be fitted  up.with comfortable living 'quarters', " It can be towed to. any  'part of the lake, and will be just  "the tiling for those ^wishing to  have an outing.. The bouse boat  will fill a long feifc 'want, and  there shauld be a demand for at  least'.two or three" cf them on  Moyio lake".  '  All ' scv3u saloons in Diyfcon,  Wa?h., have been put out of buiii-  ne&s bythe ,city council.      ���'   ,  There    are   about'forty    O.ld  �� < i i  Fellows in .Prince 'Rupert, and a  movement is on'foot to-oig.iniz3 a  lodge.    0i    r -   \ '  Montreal QKuiglics o��"Pybhia=  have organized a company and  will secure a permanent; home for  themselVe?. '  Tho Rocky Mountain News and  Times at-Denver aie tOabe housed  in .a new twelve-story, $.300,000  home, built oh tho present Se^  site i ' i ,  fe'J^SK^  t2��&23> WZSZSSSlk 2S  Football Tomorrow,  Try a sack of  There wilt be a tobtballp match  tomorrow at Aldridge- between  tbe 'M'oyie and Cranbrook i/team's.  It will be one of a series of games  for tbe Kerrigan cup. '��� The kick-  off will be ati'J. o'clock. ,'   '  The" line-up of the M'oyie teatS'  is as 'follows: F. Perkins, goal;  W. Chamberlain, A. Gill,' backs;  M. Marshall, A. Potter, A. Wilson,  half-backs; -M. McN'ichoI. M^ike  Uilliary, R. Mi-irakall, A.. (To a in-  berlain, J. C. Kemp, forwards.  T. Evaus, reserve.  Andrew II. Thompson, the ferry-,  man at Trail >was drowned the  day 'before yesterday- while cros-'  sing tlie river.  M". 1\. Rogers * has ' secured an  option y saj-s - a- Spokane paper,  'upon tbe Nickel Tlate. at Hedley  for a tsum running into several  millions.    . ' o.  'A million dollars iu gold .dust,  nuggets and brick?, all'in 'one  great pan; is probably- th& richesc,  exhibit at, the Saafctle fair,  all Alaska gold.      l   !    ,  16   is  gaged, and now only tbe   weather i  mani- to  bo  reckoned with. "If|  the weatlaer   U   fine,, th'e   crowd [ >!?  hero on tho P'ir&t'will be  a record   v/  breaker.    Cranbrook and Oregon vV/  especially will send   Jarge^delega-' W"  tion.e.     ' yj  -Tlie football game aiid tbe two jf<  baseball- games will be big'at-'w  tractions, as will al^o be the aqua I w  tic and Caledonian, sports.' 'And j W'  for fun,catching the greased .'pigjw  and   the  Sally   Ann   -'���'- '----<������,%*'  linir  'ill!  Whrtii n's  ^    '  'i!  .iicrrit's,  borriorf  on   the  rujH'Iio-'.    ' \\A   tii't'   Hi.  toduY,  tho first   ho?uc  market.  Everybody wiil-preserve   strawberries,, (his year. ^  Tlic-i'y will 'be- n bu��>. \>'\i\ cro;i and prices wilhin *"  '���'                   ���                  ''   ��� . ?t\  , the riu'i^ of all,'          '         ,                  ���        <  '   Y y^  Oivp us v'our ovacTri.    We ��� guarantee   the  best ' ^'  ...'���'''.'''              '         -       �� /���'  li'uit grown.. Willi rock bottom prices.    ' -        ' /iy  '���/< A    ��� ' '      '...'���'���''" '      ���   ft  MacEac&ern & Mac&onald.(��� f  1 ���   " ��.. :' "-   ���������''- /ft  uinuersbf all prizes will   be  paid ^^^^^^^^S^^^.^f^^^^^^^^^C^^  their..money om the    gronnd   aud  on the spot-where they are1.  i  1 < ,t "' ii.^sSI  '���,'r A-MS I  furnish plenty amusement  hows   will   \*7  The-Kf;  ' -  - j'- itW'Wm  ,rniv D.W'ri PROQllAlil.  CoIoveuo Miners   Reconinensadl  A  Cipr.DRKN'S SVORi."-.  t        TiuiL-, 9:30   a. 'n.  J. Tl   Ilawke, Chus. A  nr.Uoo,  UcKav, , Cowi-  ���    E-OOXiSAT.T,   CA.Vr-;,  ,,  "   Xi ni c,, J U: -.-'J a. m.'  Moyii v;. Cianbro^i., Pr^.-.  L50.r-->  Cigar' Drummers   Change Firms.  The "best yet at  COAtE AND SEt' US  REGARDING PRICES  Nat Darling is no longer traveling for the Mainland and British  Lion cigars. J. W, Peters is now  the representative of this firm.  Darling is now on" tho road for  the B. G. Cigar Company of Xew  Westniiuster.  The labor market in the' Yukon  is overstocked, aud men seeking  employment are requested to keep  away from Dawson and other  northern camps.  A large number of the miners  at Ballevue are very anxious that  an all Ciuadinn muieiY union be  formed. Tais favor has aUo  reached  Coleiruu.  C4r,F.r.oxiA:,* sp.on'Xb.  ' -' Tiiiio 12^B0  p.-m.  i  1-  frun^rejl yard il:i��0i.       i-10  2 - Tlirec lc^vjed race,  .3    Sack rac^,   .    ^ u  4    Slaiiding- broasl jtiaip,  ;5 w "Rittirifuy liigrli /nuip,  6 IIoj.>, sti.';j and jump,  7 heg '.a-vunj,- coiii:e-t,  S Lo.^ choppir.j, contort,  9 JIi:iers,'i.ive.  t ?.3il!crs,' race opon 0:11.'  \v.iis of a-jo, and \l jr's.n ^'iiud'j. uir,>  It  S   (;j.-,!li!r, I).   V,    M Mi.-iUl.  D. Sii'ison, !<-   J.   Lii'O--:.      C_>.ii;:u  S  4  4  0  4  2  41  c  2  <  4  -! '  T  2  2  If  5  to  lilO.l  Ol <-  The _ different Minors' Unions  have received advices i'rnni the  hoa'donarters ' o��r the Western  Federations of Miners iu ,Denver,  Col,, that the 'state of Colorado,  .has voted $150,000 to tlfe Western  Feduiation for damages done -to  tho property, of the Fe leration  dining the'strike q�� the hiiucL's'of  Ciipplc creek. Dating the ad-'  ministration of Governor 'Pea,-  body tlie state . militia destroyed  halls, ~ co-operati-ve stores and  j other property of the Federation  {to't!he value of S>'\000 and 'the  I appropf iaitioii- is to recompense it  for that Ios^".  Another 'Gold Rush./'  A Boom on Bull River.  There is another goldTnsITUoWrF15  in Nevada 'recalling   the   excitement of  a few  3'ears  ago.   ��� The  new cami) is'in the Allendale  dis- -.  trict, about'30  miles  from  Ton-.>'  pih.    Towndots were put, on  the  market'aud a morning uewspape'r    '  was started.   A report'Erom Gold-  held says thit ��� fae,-, city  .was ��� al- '  mo-t depopulated by the   rush. 6E' ��� ,  goldscekors to 'the Silspuryi.was''.].  strike1-in  the   Klleud.vle   disbricfc, .  where .fabulous 'surfaca   values"-  / are reported.    Aubomobiles, wagons, ani'iinff&��,'horses   nacl   burros  jammed the road to the new cxmp  md   every   wheeled     vehicle  in  town   was' pressed   into   service.,  ,  ,. < ; ������"'.t'ESsfegi  ��� ���,'\i&$gm  ,- liP'^jMSlt. At  i  <��� W..J. Riltliam .returned Thurs- Tlie CDuntry about the strike for  day from a prospecliag trip iu thei v'diatauce of 10 miles is included  viciuitv of  iJ.dl   river  fall*.  i \:AA  :*'A|  I33fcweeu one 'and two million  feet of log^ belongiug to the Patrick Lumber compauy, on the  Slocau river; were washed aivay  by the recent high water.        '      0  SENIOR  BA.SrHAl.T,  Time, _':5'J.  .\.:o\-ic' v*. C-imbro.>'���:, 1  oa:.  MOVIE'S    LEADING    HOTEL. $���  Guests of Honor at   Fair.  Bi.  '����?  ��a&*-=  The best of accommodations  for   the Traveling  Public.  irsjAiuid Comuiodiuus Sample tiooins. Billiaid Kooms.  McTAVISH & CAMERON  Proprietor?.  : /:- /^v^^^^^Tji w .-j-..-. w v ^ ^ '^^ -v--'-:"^  if.  Is.  Dr. Lewis ll-ill and wife of Vic  toria were guests of honor at the J  opening oE the Seattle fiir. Pi-  Lewis II ill is a brother of Dr. R.  K. Hall of Cranbrook. He is  mayor of Victoria.  Government Agent Visits   Coast.  1\.   J.   McPhee,   a   well kuown  mining'mau  in   the  Sloean,  died  recently in Spokauu.    ILe was for  several    years    manager   of  the  'Ottawa mine near Slocau  city.  ill'  Ol  ^V" Have .Received tliirf  Wi-ek ;  Men's Suits to Retail at; $10. io W  in the  i  Als  ^o  'bi�� stock-���df'CJltiltlivn'S-slioei  " AMHERST   MAKE.  THE    FIJIt-Nl^I  9903890 ����OS B������ ����.���� ����*�� &&&B S&PQ'  J. F. Armstrong, gowrnincnt  ai^ent for South Ki-fc Ivootenny.  is away from Cranbrook, and  'will beiu Victoiii and Vancouver  until the 2-VJi. A. C. NYlvm,  a--e.-- ir, is acting government  .igont.        Long-. Building'Progressing;  George AV. Hughes, the well-  kuowu mining man is in East  Spokane under charge of a nurse.  He is completely helpless, having  had althogether: over: six strokes  of paralysis.  AQUATIC    .SPOR'jN.  Ti'ne, 'r.^u  Gasoluie boats, 1st,  .'-'-'O,       2  Double scull, "      lO,  Siuffle   scull, '"���    10,  Suiminiiig race, "'      10, '  Jolm Cdiiuon,    Rowlan.l   Gambl-c,    J;.  Xoicliiian. Alex. Cameron.       Committee.  -^  i L'idthaia    siys    a    towusite  " j bc-jn located aud there is (tuite  a  ihtiron.    A   man uam��d   ILuider-  { son is harnessing the fills and  i.-  buiUl.ug; a   10.000     horse    powei  plant, and   will  soon  be  able   to  Eiu-nisrh power and   light  for   the  greater portion of the towns  and  | mines  in   Smth.  1��I ist  Kootenaj'i  ^lu-' Tiie townsito and falls  are  about  2,1 v. | with  monuments and   pi.-^ts  and'  l:il&   there is    mi   a   foot   of   vacant.  .  .!��.���>-Sir  ���'   iC ,'-'1 i  ,T, .;* 5-'  i2.Ul.'  '���11 miles from YS'ardner aud lies-  5-' between two ranges of the Rocky  5  ] mountain-*.      Tuei e    is    a   whole  ground to b3 had.  --Y&ll  ' > *>   1 ^ f  Works'Against Nelson  Nelson feels keenly the bttsiuess  it is losing from, points along- the  Crow's Xeafc siuea the buiidiug: of  che   Spokiue l.nteruational    ra-il-  ��� Y YJ't#&  - ' '<"- ���. ��  o." ���' '..'iwi  l -1    <      r,    \    9-      I  .. li-'Au"-.!  1 .' '  'r^A |  way.     Tho  aditoi iallj-:  Xdison    Xews    sa>j>3-  (1\XCH!N"G  cur. vsicn no.  Time, 6 p   in.  jrx  i *  y  ft  to  o  (i  ��i  r>  n  ��h  ft  I  imperial Bank of Canada.  Capital AuttoAcJ- ;--"$' �����(,"0'"l,0���  Tho frame is up for F. ('!, I.ons'-^  building oppblite the Kooteuay  hotel, and ifc will be ready to occupy within a. week or two!.. Al r  Dong will have his shoo shop and  store in. the corner, and P. J.  Tanner, the Jeweler, will occupy  tho north side.  Fire Wardens to  Meet.  !'     Capital Paid Up^---. -~-  .'.Tii.VNciiK.Yrv p.Kinsir c.ui.i'.miu'a,  <���"'..l.-n, ICa'.iilo.iiis, MleliL'l, Nt'l.-'on, R..'M'!<t  ' ' Savings  r.ank I>  Interest allowed on deposits nt'c'ui  d','poKit.   ���   ,7,000,000  .:....-7.ooo,ooo  ilr.in!----'"  .\r,-(iw!i.-(|.l,  i.-i I VMii.'-'r.vivr  , - J > ��� > I * t  ���ont i'li'-e i"i'oul  c1:lt0  of  &  IVIOYIB BRANCH.  J, F. M   PINK'HAM,  Mnnatjer.  The Moyio fire wardens will  hold a meeting next Monday evening, when they will sum up the  work done.since they issued their  instructions about a month ago.  The timo limit- for doing this  work was up on the Uth of the  mouth.      A|i  large   number  have  All the Odd fellows through  I out the pass are preparing for the  jbig convention which is to be held  |at I'incher Creek on July 'JLst.  ! Special trains and reduced passage rates will be given by the  CI*. 11.   __ _    New Tunnel  Started;   '  ' ' '��� '     .      -���--"r ,���..'' .1  A new tunnel has  been   started  on the  Aurora, property, on   the  west side of  the 'lake,    lb   is   100  feet above the lake level, and will  be 150 feet below   the   main   tunnel.     Workwill.be  pushed' with  all   possible  speed.���-'lb  has    now  been   demonstrated   that    a    big  body of ore exists, but to   work it  expeditiously' the   new  tunnel   is  necessary.    A   carload   of   ore    is  sacked'and will be brought across  the lake .ami-shipped' to jtho   smelter at Trail in tho course of. a few-  days.    . ;   Peterson   Goes Free.  on  ijasub.u,'. own..  Time.    7   o'clock.  Pii.'o.  M..->\ie\-5. Cianhro-ik,  .nul Sni\ tli cli.illoii^o Clip.  Scott Family Moves To   Coast.  Today Hube and Hurley Soott,  accompanied by their mother,  are leaving for Vancouver to  make their future home. It. I!,  ij'jott h.iti been in Vancouver for a  month or  more, and   ha*   alrc.idv  mountaiuof liemitite and about j "Along the Crows ^'esfc branch  two miles of lich placer ground j from wll0l'e ifc leavo? Uie m!lia-'  close by. Lots in the townsite lino of til3 ��- P" R- fco Curzoii.  are selling fast, and a pi'rtv oi (-'"ncfcioiv there arc three trains-  some 80 cauitulisls from the e:i=t } Llil>" ou*h w-">>r' ^'^ween Cnrzoa  were there recently and-iw   con-S ru,ietion  :vad  ^^otenay   landing-  "���.hero i- only one train daily  each-  vay n.'i 1, of c.u-.rse, only ono boat.  biily  between   Kooteenay  Lind-  ,ng and XeNon.    This   g,ives   XeL-.  c'i only one cjunpetion oaclti way  dii'.y with p (bits along the Crow..  11 i.v ihi-. work-   against  Nelson's.  iutere-^   lie-- in    th-3   fiefc    tliifc-  ihero 'an1   lw 3   trt'ui^   each  way  vl uly  b.'twoen  all    Crow's    Nest-  l> )inti  ea--fc of   Ourzin    .Function,  S'lipm.uu-   and Spoktnc.   Tlds m ikos ifc   eas--  ul  smelter,   ier for people in tho   towns   along.  . i  A'.K"  \i-''  Ml  siderablc tliat imure-sed them.  Regardinj  ihe Alice -Mine.  I     Iv. II.  r,"y   and   C.   V.   ^h^rwi'),  who recently took a bind on the  ; Alice mine near ('re.-ton, -ire ri.ik-  ling prepaiations. ti c i.jT.i-mi'e  ��� woi k on the iu-opjrry wit'ii.i   the  next few  weelc-.    Theic i- a 1 irpe  bi>dy of ore ia  bitjh'.  will bj muli? to the T  i   '���  '5.H  ,   The report th tt "I '--r-.   Lu   and  made some good turnovers in real,.,, . ..     ,,  '   ,^  ...     ���,...    v    -., ���   ��� ���       .   ��� Iblienvm v.'oi'u ;k'.i:i^ 1j.' the   tan--,  estate.", this  family   was   one  of :    ,.   ' '   ,.        ,. ,  ,   \  ��� , ���    . . ,j adian  . C-jiisohd itcd   co:ii[vuiy   is  the lust to locate hero.      For. sev-:      . . ���������.���'.'<���        j' \- x- i  ���   , ,,.-������ ! quite    without   i-^rauiation.���.vhi-  eral Years   ivube  Scott  has   been: .,  ' . son -Yews.  head clerk in MacEacheru-;i:   M.ic-'i     .'.."'.  donald's store,, aud   Hurley   Scott  was employed as teamster for  St. Eiigene iiiiiie. A'  fciic Crow in   Ih-itish  Columbia   to-  t.ransact business iu Spokane .than  iu Nelson.    Tlie   result- is; this< is  obvious to any   business  man  in~  the c-ity."- ��� ��� ' .    .���������''    ."V,.  tho-g:  v ?v ,^>'"T>^ ^V .psr :.vv yv ^ t~  Grading- New  Road.  J. ]Z. Wade,  road, foreman,   has  a force of men grading   a   govein-  menfc road bub through the   north j &j  end   of   town.    Tiie   road    leaves \ A.  Thos3 Who .Toil E-irnssfciy: ;���������"' .-  Aiid: With Suocsss.  ;.'   ;'..        .       .-'������'   ���    WEA R  ���������������.'    LEATHER. .-LABEL  HAULS  Yi  >S>���� 5<J���� �������� 3.^��>Si 3-3S^S)!^e 3(tS*"-?=  v,; _Q9;5��,n 6\a^}f SM8-a�� ,i  The case of Mrs.  Leclair   charg  filled tho reciuiremcnts, but as   is   ing C. O.   Peterson  with  criminal j lots in  block   nine  u-nally tho case in  such   matters, iassnlt, came up at the  assizes  at  end of six.  others.  -nine are >-i>\] hi<rciiur liehi-id. 'Fernie nnd was dismis.ffvl. lot  Tavistock street about opposite YY,  J.; R. Mcl.")onald's plaeo and .'���,���',  swings to the right aud runs al- '..^  most straight to..the base of the I ?-j  hill, Avium it turns, onto Campbell'��������� ^  street,   '.i'he road takes two whole  and cuts   the . >>.  It  also   tak<-s;^  They i'.reiil  ���tj'to 4-i ya  :iii;M.ii  ?'Lvi  >'..- sa-.-lv.-i ihr-ui-liout, Mif and '���generous   (it   takes   from  t.f i-s:ik. a .1 i.-c-.i.-'j h:ivc- seven pocket's. iniporU-.l    Imckles,  us tlm! won't ciMie on, elastic (Ictac'cahlosuspeinlers, etc.  THE DAY LIGHT   STORE.  KV  'Conrad. Block  Moyie  '.  -::���::' 'A&  '���'���'.-''^Ih'v'-'ii?'  '::;A^AM  ___jS__^'^'^^iisfe#- j WW  lllfl  IE MOYIE LBADEE.  2��  -THE. LEADER, flTOYTJE, BRITISH COLUMBIA*.  i        I,   | i    ii w   in        .          ' ��� i        ii >~������^=���turn   \* '    '     ***"^������  ;P iblished in the in teres I of the people  of Movie and East Kootenny.  F. J. .SMYTH. Fviu.i^r.u.  Ji itk   or  One Year   .  -'I IK'l'.ll'IION  js.vrritDAr, june; in; ioco.  The Edmonton Bulletin,   owned  by lion, frank Oliver .agrees that  the land grant lo the   Sjuth   Af-  rieun veterans was a mistake.    Of  tlie SjOOO grants made, only about  2,000 have   been   located   by   vet-  .Y_-r-Y=r-=- ��� erans themselves.      hike  all  pre-  j I'ions    laud     grants,     ifc    .Mmpl>  opened the door   for  speculation  The whole movement must  have  j been   engineered . by persons'   io-  ��>:->.OU   terested in buying   certain    valuable sections at a low price.  t'!hl��gfff  Prepare to celebrate.  At a conference of working  people in Pittsburg a manifesto  was    issued     organizing   a   new  Stomach Blood and  Liver Troubles  Muclj .sickness sSarls with weak stomach, and consequent  poor, impoverished blood. Nervous, and pale-people lack  good, rich, red blood. Tjieir stomachs need invigorating  for, after nil, a man can be no stronger than his stomach.  A remedy that makes the stomach strong and thelner  actne, makes rich red hlood and overcomes and dmes  out disease-producing bacteria and cures a whole multitude of diseases.  Get rid of your Stomach Weakness and  Liver  Laziness   by  taking   a  course ot  Dr. JPierce's Golden Medical Discovery  the great Stomach Restorative, Liver  Invi$orator  and   Blood  Cleanser.  ~,J��U;C-Un't aff��rl *�� aCCept an>' medicine of unknown  eempositton as a substitute for "Golden Medical Discovery, which is a medicine op known composition, having  a  complete hst of ingredients in plain Enfluh on ,'<> hot-*  He-wrapper, same being attested as correct  under oath.        .   >t -  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets rcgulaU and iavigorete Stomach,  L.ver and Bowels  I  O. O. F.  ifi-^Y\>"5*2ll3��ril��U>y   I.mli-o No. 4 #.  Meets Tuesday evenings in ^McGregor  hall  on   Victoria  street.    Sojourning  (Mil FellowK cordially invitid.  CnAs. J. Whjti- F. J. Smyth.  NoliJu Gnuid.   ��� Scsr'y.  THE  OF COMME  13. E.  Tavi.o!��,  Chancellor Com.  M. liugciio I.p<lg<- No. :t7.  K. of P.  licet? evi-ry Thursday  < veiling    in    AlcGrcjjOi  liajlui 8 r'clock.   Vib-  Ucd.  E. ,\. Ujjj,  K. R,nin) S,  HEAD   OFrier. TOKOATO  B. E. WALKER, President  CE  I:i,rAB"��ir��� lg  iiing lncUirrs inv  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manner f R^"�� YY^1. SlO^.  Branches throughout Canada, and-inthc United Stat^  SAVINGS BANKDEPARTME^  -s and Tngi-  Depos.ts of $1 a���d upwards are received and !,,,,,.,   ���  rates.   .Accounts   may  he 'opened in tl* ���    V'1''  '    ,   ,        more person? and withdrawals n^Oc '['  one *f them or by the SUM���   r     '"'  Vilat  curre  Coming Events.  After l-qbbinfj  Pater many  men I party.    One paragraph says   that  forget to pay Paul. ("All intellectuals and so called"in-"  ' :     -V"  " ' tellectuals   should   be   rigorouslv.,  *���i;yaia.ij;asan   aim   in  life,/exeIndod ffQni  UiQ '0        iziltion J. / convention Deliver,    July 12th.  ,011 fc few are good marksmen. ''  i * ! ....  " Western Federation   of  Mine  Tho   Seattle d ito   line  is .now  much'in evidence.  .They who fiVi in-puis  need   no  Jife preserver?.  Another says-that "ifc  is fatal  to j    sPokane ' Interstate  Fair,   Sep  the organization of, the  working ' temh��r 20th to 25th  , nrv your  ���pgars; ���  Tobaccos  to 1(5 ���h  Ilere is   a.   piece ,of  tommyrot  clipped''from the  App3.1I to II >*-  ,* . i ... 1 i  clas? for a man or woman to succeed hi in 01 herself in any' office,  therefore in-fchis organization, no Do  one shall hold off-co for more than  one year aud then be ineligib:o to  succeed themselves uutil after the,  expiration of one year from the  time they vacated said office.",  ' Westminster Fair, October I2th'l *T Oil ,   8111(1  LO    1(5 M. , " P   n  ' Dominion Day, July 1st, MoyiJ COflfeCtiOflef V  ^ernie, Nelson and Fort Steele.   ' ���       ���    j  FROM.  ��� 1        i  A. B, Sierart  Solldrl;   I.��<1^p, Ii. I).  a. r. jl a. .ir.  i"   '  h'egnlnr    meetings  on tlie fir*fc .Wednesday ' of eacli  mouth.       "  visiting brethern weloom h.'.  0. T. McGregor, W. M.  D. A. Ay ni*, Segretarj^.  Nelsoj Fair. Sept. 22,<to,25th  ,  Calgary    Exhibition,   Julv   5th  to -10th.  THE NEW .WOMAN.  r    ,   1C - - tfust now   "who "the'new'woman"  J nst 16  years  ago   this  mon'h,.��f Vle daJr is, upon whose much'her-  'son:  ���yiWery  .success' is  built.on the  "misfortune of the other fellow."  ���0   ,,',..        "*"      ~ ���       , I Sir.'John'A. 3/ icJou.ald nasspd  flntte tfiner:    lleBulnv  Sunday   , ,��� ^ . rn7 JaiuPassed  '   '      '       >���    ' ' 1.      ^  his reward.   The Satnrdav-S  services-at the trout streams. The,'   "    .,   .a       ,,    lJUiua/-a  '    ,,.'.'    ! ,. ,,    .< says that Oanadi's debt'to   '\lae-  pubhc is cordialJv invited! '.Scat'i   1       ,, ��� '    " li,r��'*I   "m,"  " * -"���""u   imo:  rr__ 'Y -L-   Donald is greater  in  some  ways! b.roader fiods     of education and, use-'^ -  hee- '��� "      *"������'����������"    --'������     his, senses'can iPrewry'Building.  ^Ccyie   Miners'   Union  Wo. 71 w. F. 6f Ml'  J Moots in McGregor hull 'every  Salnf-  ��re cordiallv jnviteii to atu-nd.-  I Malcolm McXeill     James Roberts  .'PwBident.        , ��,-,_   Secretary  CRANBROOK BRANCH. ,  ��� .      ,     R T DDVR .-  Practical WatchmdC11  ���   - 'and Jeweller  T I -*4  Jewellery TJoparlment   THE DAYLIGHT STr,*,  MOYIE.   :    ' Ail Reirui- r ., l  The Waive  ed - to   aldcd,  f,drent'    ���*y good ^and sober   f 'h���~nne���     n      1     ^  UiiHle.1 people have  takep--fright,  J 10^^3111     ^300^  ���:"i*?�� mams a  mystery. r   That  times    are     , v       * UU1  I       *     *���   iiJja tuiy.      i i3a.c  tinics    are I  says that Ginadi's debt' to   arac-' changing, ami women advancing   into'   ''  free.  "Batter late than never." is the  guiding ( motto of the .Denver  spinster who has become a coy  June bride at the age of "71.  ' j fulness,     no one in  HOW   OPEN  ry' Building. ��� ���   ,'  ^IIIS. L. A. HORNE, Tiop.  Harvey,    McCarter.  &  ,;   ,' ,, Macdonald.    ,    ,.'  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.'  Cranbrook,   .   -   b. C.  than that of the"United  States to Lionl.t       tw      , '    1  \.T    , .-    ,. YTr utti.B;, Loiciouijt.      J he real new woman which  U.asumgton.     .Washington   sue- Mho twentieth   century-'will-give "to'  cesstully   led  a   rebellion.     Mac-   graee     lh'e- Jecade   of its successors,!  donald's liisb'wbrk  was   the   re    r'11  -1JC   ��n��'     w,10''to     ��io gentle; f �� ,       ���   .\nrrcE        -      "  self-reliance an.-l   Hia fnr��� C-  4_... I   t.u-r vAth-v   ......   .._, "     .     ..   .  BAXtKISTKK. SOCICITOK, ETC  CRANBROOK. ���'   '   '    r  -.        ��� "-1    "ioi.y   uLvi-rgenc ! '"-"i"'=-   '.vju aaa wie strength     0  interests in" which' all  his  great I ^"-reliance and the force'of system-' A-\��� kG?"'K   mat  Robc'rt Csmi.beii oflnT?'    T?    -d"  nir-r-r ^~  a'ilifoi    of    'Hfca.f��.���,1���a,,J���     .iYL^.,!1^11^?1.   Gaining.   A wider ;:::;^Y��0.ClC^,>'^ *"   B-   MILES,  Us not so easy to keep up with V ilifoj    of    'sfcafP minai,!���     *i'    a, c' ��� ,nte��lectual   training.   A wider  301,   oonsfet, of.S5,000 ai,to,������. |iM ,rho kllew   wll0YL   i...  E^'SSi'S:!''"!  apply for j.ermi.sMun to uurcliaie tiie'followinc  >v^-0r,!'*SSt0VB ':��l::'i?  ��:��t.   corner!  * ���     - 1-j ���'-"j   ���-���*- utj-yuj udo ��bt'Jiiirtic   oi~"~M I H~     ���      "wij,w��     nauuiu,   nave      ,. I -JL3 J^T? J^J *_I_*TT^t"T11  ���MM-  __,      . |^;-b.t    to,  comprise,    we,.e|5��/YXtn'%ISL?��4,SrUr ^nDrOO,S,  .The new p'resi lent   of 'Ctarvard  ( anuounces it as his primary 'am  bitjery   to'   turn   out;  "all-around  ,men."   Auytiiing"f,he "matter with  times gave him the appearance o'f  weakness', but white ver'm vy have  squaiemen?      "     '��� - "Y  * been'thouRh^oE his' policy at' the  time,   results   abundintly    prove  Thi' man  who _-w!ll  discover a ! ulie wisdom of'his .oonrso.     ,VV .  substitute for sweaving whiah will I        "        ���������-?   -     -  express one's feelings'a ml  yet   bo I Compliment  refined, will   ba  djing  a  greater I '  work rhari Columbus.      '   -    , \    C  aa       w  at    to ^ 1���,a,,|    lvtsl.B   OBlll.VJj     Tnat    dlireicnt lesults    will  ;rr"7 "*"'" i",'"*l0,111' *>i:��H lywt.   torncH =====��--;  .eillediuto   incossant  play,     His   P���1"31,1' bccaiJse women possess these 1    ���pfv    l'"Cf ���Vo"1, t'?s 'OTSl"""d I'1       '   '  Recklessness in this  regard soWl���;^ Thompson   "  'imes gave him the appearance of V^dS:^ ^"   .      '      - . Batiste*, ,'souctok    '"  nal devotion bind her willinglv to it.  -.She could not leape it if she would'  and ��he'jYquJd not,if she could.- '  ,' bo after the extravagances and ex-  agerations that are now Yellowing  naturally, enough 'inHlie wake of the  movement, which is advancing woman'  mto a higher position in the social  .system, shall have settled down,    as  -RUHFRT CAMPBELL.  t, NOTICE.0   ,  Notary Public, &c. ,  v        1   ' * ( t  CRANBROOK.    '  EmnsicoLvvniA  Lar  s   0-  A  lady  who   recently  died  ia l��d Mr. 8*^ ^  Ohio at the ago of  llo   yea���  at  l^tod  on   the  improvement  he Sf S^^f ^^d^ ^'f^r^Z^^^^ ^  tributed'   her   long    life ^0   the   ^ made ,n hlS W"'-              , ^C b���f SSned0116^.^^!. S^rCrfr 7" "  Practice  of  eating   onions  every'^J00 lleview:      We  are  not o^^^et.^TThe'ir11,^5  S!" ^," '--^ ui��T^ ,^^  4ay.    This shows that life  is   not I '      w/ T* t0 ,<d��nble Up'' Lasfc  ?an,ona,b,e &u^ "- SttcrT - = ^^Ll'^t" ?��.". ��r '^  LWte^rl^H'       1 ��� 0t|YeektheAr��yieL3ader  made  ifc3 i^tancHpg of   , tpings t}lat interest  acresniore or le^"ceme��t.  cou.u,^  i.-3  shorteaed by tho  adverse  wishes  appearance    as  a ,foui   page  all-   "~  '       ���       ' camBB,a�� mISI.g company ui,m  ��if a,3ociates and the general pub- | home-print paper,   an    improve- ^^  """'  hc' __ .:  i ^ent that cinnot fail to  win   the  '-' ��� *--     - iapproval of tbe people  of .Moyie  Jtis very strange that ahm t ['^e Crow is singularly fortunate  any man can st irt out most any j ja' haviag a bunch of good news-  day and  in   an  hour' and   thirty I ?aper    m8n    who  evev 'exalt itq    merits, and  J3Yer  Smyth  of  the  Reader is as big a  booster  as the  rest.  W; R. BEATTY  EmLalwcr anJ Undertaker,'  , cra^crooic  Phone 9.  argo assortment.Cf Go-Carts and" Baby,' Carriage  ;'   '-'��-    ' '. ���   Prices' front '$�� up.  Cnanbropk   Ciq:OperatJVe    S  minutes he can engige  a   woman,  to work for him for life at   noth-  i^aweek,whileitsee.nsnextto|     Pernio Free Press:     TheMoyie   -  impossible to    get   a   woman  to   Leader discvrded  its  boilor nlAf^   So 1""t of ci-mmonoomeiiu Ana 'contuinni'  Tr.,..u  c ... n   ��� ���     .'   . s        !.-������, -   . piaue    140 iicros ofland,   more or k-ss  NOT1CK.  CHAXnilOOK l.ASIJ   DHTK1CT.      DIaTKIOT  OI- SOITniEKN'UVIalOX EAST  KOOTPNAV  Tttlco uotlpe tliftt AlLert Ilarnhardt of .Cur-  zon, li. c, ocrupation, Unnchuv, inlends lo  ai.jily for pe-misslo:i to purcliase the following  iles.cMl>uil lauds:--  Ci>mmiiriciufe'atnpo^p!r,ntPrl south side of  C. P. R. nj., about '< mlli; in ha easterly dirpc-  lion Irom cur/011 station, theuce f-ouili 10  <hmn��. thence uc*t 40 chains; tlicncc north'  nuout i- i hnins to C. p. pv. R>- , -ihotioc follow-  misilid Ky.-IOchnlnsin an  easterlv   direption   imi<tj-:  (NOS-I'EllSO.VAI. Lt^ UIL1TV)  Chas. A. MucKav. Acpnt  llatc SOth April, 1909. g     l  .  . .��� |. �����.tv��i.��  j.ua   uuuut- piate  work f jv f iir w.iga3 an 1  bjard.��� ] inside and is now  tilled  nrith  the  ir: j.,.._ ,,,,.    '. .'..'���      '       -        Wnnards" Nature  intended.    The  UidUgo (lllinoi-) 'Advance.'  The man   who  can   not  control  change is a decided   improvement.  'A I.I5EKT 11 A'KNHARnT  DiilcdJuncOlfa., 191)9.  Wmselfi. like a mariner   without) ^^   Z^    M��yie>  a compass he is at  the  mercy "of |     j.   W.   Bdrmefc(    the  Kooteniy  every   wind   that  blows.     hvery ! representative of the 1 nternation  storm of passion,   every  wave   of   *���}     ^orrespon-Jenco   Schools,   hist  irresponsible thought bultjts him  hither and tl.itlwr, drives him  mit of his course, and makes it  well nigh   impossible  for  him   to  xoxrcE   ���  rilAXllROO].;    LANI)  m,sTliiCT,   niSTltrrT  OK Mlb'Ilir.HN- DIVISION   KAS !'   KOOJK.SAY  Tu!,l- notieo thai Paul Jensen of Cur/oii?U c  '^-im...,���, H,,���Chnr. i,.tP,���K to lu,,,h   f(jr '    ;*  in.sM,,,, io  purclm,u   thu   follow me   d^eribed  I'Liiimuiping   at  a   post  Maute.1   about  10        ���w i ''l"l,;'v !r-n <��� llr/" '" '<��� '-outherlv direction on  Jhe Creston l^eviow. J,e Waa j ^Xl?�������^?ZT ^  traveling west, and he gave his '<'"1" to M'"'1 r'lur-"-'����f��Ho��ii,ff Mow,.  impresaions    as   he    went   along j n^ZZ Xr*^���'���^  weak gave out    an    interview  H.   G. GARRETT,  Solicitor. Notaky Public, Etc.  CRANBROOK  ���        i  AtZUOYrE, over P j stoffice, Tucs  day afternoon and Wednesday  morning every week.  ' ii i ' * H  As rnacle'by the present brewer is admittedly die I  ��est Beer in East Kooteuay: With the Ha-t Malt S  and the Purest Spring Water it is mnxc-ellal for 0  ' t   [(piality.    Insist on having Moyie Beer.  BOTTLED 'AND DRAFT IWEll  Excursion Rates        BSi  MOYIE  TO  Seattle  ,$25.00  -        ��     ciwuti    ; ".mi-iiii-iii ii  Ul this town ho  says:   ".Moyie   i^ ' ",,jr'-0'- ���'������'>.  Diited June <.tli, jckiq.  iBEBS  !���-..��.. B-i or ���,, ���Cii.,,_,s.; Ul. ,���st tolv;,":f t^AZ^  , - jtoi-eioaclxingC eston, and I   miy  V I.u^ convicted of burglary   at' SJa>r tliat.in-obibly mDre buildings  st John, X.  M.,-'was.sentenced   by' havn ho��" "���-'^"-''-�����--���--'--���-���  Judge   lYrbes to   six  years''"at-'  have been,erected darhigthepasb  three- months than' during any  three    months    in.   the    town's  ���^���ttrvei)  I^te  ��.* L.'-rfY'Ti    sis*  .tendance at church and Sunday  f-cliool-that;. is 'practically the  Result of the fifteen-year-old prisoner pledge "to'attend church  ���indSundiy regularly until he "be- ,  f,0,uesof"ffe,.iu'-iieu of.a  year-s'i1,?5:,  hentence in jail, i       Y        '        '     !f-'!ir,v ai'e establishing in'fcho'mihd"s  !��-f'm.any tlie id^a  of  permanency  in this wonderful lead ' producing  IMVL JEN'SE.V,  ���     ��� NUTIOE.  CRAXBROQK   LAJfO   lirSTRICT.'   DISTRlrT  OF H(),Ui;HKIf.y DIVISION, JJAST KbfJTKNAY  Take notice that Albert. Ilarnhardt o> Cur?���|,  ��� ,....      *���<'., occupation,, Kanchor,   -Intends  to ���..'|,'ly  l^tory. T.he continued snecesaof iSiTknX-0 ^"^ U,u fo'"'owi,���� "^  the Qousolidated' properties, to- i u>��������ciaf!.nt a,.'ost piamod south s-idc cf  gether with thosiilendid' in'03ner.N   'i' K '''!<v" ab"��ll'^'-"-'iie in an biwtwiy dircc-  fnr     tl,,-.    >,  t- ,'   ���]'lU3iJBCG,s     Hon   from   Cuizon   Ktmion;'  Ihcr.pu   ��0tith  'in  lot ths- future .as development "��'"s: thence w,*Ho oim(,,a: th��n;" ,1,,  progresses in the  nearby   proner- j ,,br,,��-i��1"l'����'o.c.iI.ii. itv;. thence roiiow-  .-���.-.'- .      -     ... *     '-"uPer.   lniKsai.1 Ry���   .10  chains i���   ������   e)lslt.rJv   (li.e(  ����--.      A HO    Allioia     and    'hjciety l"���� to I-oi". of commeuccme,,!, andcon.ainln!:  ��re establishing in'the'minds   I40"0,'c'son",ul.'"ce or less.  T-'ie f'ole.iian A^nor i,- threaten-  Pd with a boycott by the Social-  istsofthat camp, and, the ma-i  eaught reading the ]i,p.0r   is to be  locality."  ���'        ',1  .;    ��� ' ���  .   ���  The    Kand  Never Lies.  Mated June fttli, 1!KX).  AI.BEItT HARNHARDT.  .NOTICK.  rRANTiCOOIC LA.VI) DISTRICT. DISTRICT  Of- SOUTHERN ,1)1 VIRION, j-JASr kootkna'y  Takenotipc that Alex John Chisholm of  ^'C'""-' 'f-0,00'"1"1110"'   ^'ll'-nior   of   II,  on  to  IS i*��. fi "i   H,  jUied $5 forfeach and ' every of! "liho hand never lies. It al.ays .I'Sln^.^StpS^Z,  Jence. '1 ;he Miner his seen lit to ' nbe3'8 without question the order '''1"'<1'"'t' tl,e fo,low'i"�� (it-'scribed h.nds:-  criticise   the aelh,���  of   so.io  o[\f ^ �����^-Uie br.ln.   'if it" ia I ^^T,^C^  dcisirol to improve the product 0f  t'"slsi,k'of'a '''K- ''>'���. ti.pi'ce u-est-jo chains-  l-.lmlVo.,,!   ..^-_t!..      '     -    .. -        ��� I tlienee  south  -Vl chains,   thence  ea.t about 7  Corrcsj)ondinS rates from  oUicr points  Tickes on sale daily, May   29th  to Oct. ',14th;,  /.' '���'''������     '     ; '    ',  ' Pinal return limit 15 days, but  not later than Oct 31st.  Liberal   Stopovers  Allowed;  For complete information apply  to Agents, cir  write  Ji '13 PROCTOR,  '[}>��� P. A., Calgary.  r>r\  JULIUS  MUELLER, PKOP.  3VCO"S"XID, 33. C, J  I  QENTLEMEN���  If you want a slylish, UJ)  10 ^ito tailor made, suit, cau  and inspect our spring ROods  before ordering elscwhwe.  We  guarantee all  Our Work.  Cleaning.      reini >���;.-,,,. ���   i  ���     .        &'       iL-pan..ing and  pressing dpii-e.';', ���".  Prices Right.  HOTEL.  P. F. JOIIJVSTOJV  ThlT?h��TieQ1 iS NeoW and wen Furnished   THe  ���M�� ri il a?pe S?p^ed with the Best the 5  '    fhp pltfaSordsJ' The Bar is Pilled with  tne��est Brands of Liquors and Cigars  HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEN J  !  MOY1B  ART  PICTURES  ��� 'AMD  PICTURE Ji  NAMING I'--PR  THE PHOTOGRAPHER  SUCCESSOR   TO    -  PHOTO GO.  WE  '5PKIALIZC  I       ALL  BRANCHES  Of  G- A. FOOTE   ��5^2fooK  ���!,�����.��������'   Morchant Tailor,  MOYIE,  B. C  the Sodalist,;  a,^   they   in   (,������' IIV    !'      ,�� imiU,��Ve fc!10 pro  ���tjii<j���;  ].aro     waged     war   against   tlielto   tllu"   education  of -the' niiud" j ,;y' *><�����> ^^ io'^m or;:^,^:  1.8    ��v;.7..;;������    ,-..'..:..,.   ..     ���'. ! mi-',,,'a��l,l<-""aiiiIii|,'-IOiU;r/..sof laV.rl more -or  iper.   The A/fnor to!J[8 (ho'S >ci,tl- .' "'h.Y!i   J,as ' exehisiVe   iuri-dir-l ion'' ' ���     , ��� ,-v  - ���  i^Hlto go to it.  ���  ������-;��� :    lover the hand.' '        " j ��^^'ftrEI: J(J"^ ������Ho?Jr.  ''"-''. i   ���.���'"-' . ' raiii JviiHon, Agent.  R  H.DWYER,  I'NIM'-IM'AKKIt    AMi  KjIUAI.MBIt  With 'CO'-OIMCKATl,VE SIOKKS  CltANBUOOK, B. C.  "���    1 opg.  ���''irge   Biimplc   room   in   ,.���  will, house for conuncrcU]  of a-jcommotlation.' '  "'f". Bos I.  O  Headquwrtors   f()r   cw  ^.ercialuniJMin.n^M,,,,  ���I'lEEKH   AVKni;k  ler Bros*  Y ���      ��� .   '"    ���    -'    '     '       ���'���..-'    '  General Contractors, Builders  anci Repairers  '������sUmalcs,-Chc'crluMy Furnisjicd,  ie9 B. C.  /i*>  ^  Bjjjjgj|Bg|MpiBj!gj)g8aw��^S^  2sg&i*"BBlSll'j *������������������#������@@��@��@��@����f' MP  wom  .  -AmmmsBBB  WSH  Value of Old Violins.  f-    ��������  A remarkable   test of old  and  new'violins recently took place in  Paris, which will be of the .greatest interest to  violinists  all. over  the world. , As  soon as  a  violin  has been played, it was placed under a green-baize cloth,  and  then  the lights were turned  on  for a  Sow moments to enable the public  to write down tho yote9. j  Tlie various violins submitted to  the competition were played by  M.  Hayot,   leader   of   the' Paris  String Quartet'; and M. Oberdoei'f-  fer, of tho   paris   Grand * Opera.  There was ah accompaniment of a  .piano and a double string quartet,,  although .the   violins .were   also  played   without  accompaniment.  JJaeh violin was also   played  by  each violinist, in turn.     Thus'the  , contest was'as fair.as possible. -  ' The violins  submitted for tlie  test included a superb  Stradivar-  <iu9, Guarnerius and other genuine  ' Cremona yiolinsj and' many semi-  modern and new,violins, and  the  .    audience numbered a large num-  ber of owners of noted, Cremona'  ,.. instruments/. and'*  well   -known  violinists.     ' Y    ,       ,'..'"-  .'The'result was finite a surprise.  Tt was'a violin ' of modern  make  that got the most   votes,   and   a  $10,000 , .Stradivarius    that''- was  made in Cremona only came .third!  One thing ��� the' Paria, contest' did  ���conclusively'prove, however,  aiid  that is-that.the Cremona violin���  oven the most,perfect specimen���  doe's not possess such distinctively  superior .tone-qualities that it can  at bnce'be recognized * above   all  other violins. . .      , '      Y  =Just One Week=  Since vre  commenced business,, yet it has'been a  usy one, and we are more convinced   than   ever  On, r ^ ?�� ,huStling f��r mau* weeks t0 come.  Oui.apec.aMea^rs, "Purity flour," "Victoria Cross  leas and coffees," Peerless- Canned Goods" etc are  winning customers every day. Call and inspect  Our place of, business. Try our groceries and vou  mil be convinced .that Ve keep Ihe quality*' of  goods tq satisfy the most .particular. Y   "  Crowe Bros & Co  Moyiei  THE LEADER', MOYIE. TOTTTQTT COLUMBIA.  ?. i  >\  <\  ' ?  ���A>;{  ,/ 'a  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  Ladies' and  Childrens  Garden  ��� Sets-  ��� What a Man's' Iifejs Worth'. '   ^/Hardware  ;Mark Twain "said, "If you would  be good, die." ' .       " .''���   '.   '  *   The corporation lawyer' has" one  ��� that's better.    "If you would col-  ���  Ieet the most damages,  die' piecd-  tmeaIY;'v    ,;   :   '        V> ",-     '. '  No man is  worth more   than  ,$10.000.if he die all  at once. \*No  jury,-in any,.state,  can "return  a  larger verdict, for his heirs.Y     '������   .  ,    . Crippled, but not  killed,   how-,  ever, a'man may get damages  aggregating $210,230 for injuries  to  1 various parts of his body, providing they do not  result  in  death.  A live cripple is worth more ftliau  a perfect dead man. '  Jb is cheaper���nearly~2.i times  cheaper���to kill a man than to  cripple him. While the law Gxes  a limit beyond which -juries may  ro in awarding damages for accidental death, it fixes no limit to  die amount'that may be recovered  for injuries that do not result in  death.  A New, York court recently  awarded a wife ,$18,000-for the  loss of her huabaud'si memors',  brought about by injuries, while  tbe loss of an eye has been asses-  hud at $14,000 by one jury and injuries to the spine were assessed  at $20,000 by another,  McBride  OR'ANBEOOK.'/Bi c  '^^^^^^mmm^mm^m^mmmmmm^m^  When They Made Good.  George Washington, was, com-  mahder-in chief of  the  army at  the age .of/forty three;  Cromwell  entered -   upon     his; remarkable  career at twenty-nine;  Napoleon  conqered     Italy   before   he   was  thirty; Gladstone was a  member  of    parliament' at  twenty-three;  Macaulay began ,his  literary  carreer at twenty; Columbus  started  out on his voyage of discovery at  thirty-six.  WHEN IN  CRANBROOK  E. ir. SSIAtt, Manager.  Good rooms, good tables and bur  and  first class sample rooms.  Wm. Jewell  Express and General' Delivery Business. Livery and  Feed Stable.  WOOD  :AND    COAL  For Sale.,  . '.'     ' Leave OrdersQat ," '  GWynne's Store.  ,   British Gb.umbia  Worth  Looking  After  r:  SEND YOUR  ���i.O,'    ���  In 'Alberta  133 acres of "land, three and 'a  jhalf miles from Pincher Station.  Two room house and a log stable  on land. 40 acres under cultivation. 100 acre's fenced and'','cro"ss  fenced.  ',   - '        ^  ! '  _;.;'t. fit  p.: A.M  'ncluding''  i i  'fork- not  shown, for  ' $1.25.  WOl'JC' TO  THE  KQOTENAY   '  STEAM;      ���  LAUNDRY.  ',    "       ,'NELSOX-  AH White Labor..  ,  ,      $150 '     .   .    "  Lot on .Tavistock  street,   near  il'iatiron building.' 'Good business  or "residential p'ropacty.  Laave work with the ��� local agent  A/B/STEWART],  O. F. DESAULKIER  DEAIER'iy  $850';  Corner lot on Victoria street  andQueeh's'avenue, Bast business corner in town.  S120CT in Prize, Money will be offered  competitors iii Football,,Baseball,1 and  Caledonian Sports of all"kinds   .���This.wili'beaGalaDayTfor tioyie so  ", lay your plans so as to be with .us ?on  .{[this day. '. ' ���  ~\ ,  Cranbrook Band in Attendance  The Mistakes of Life.  A Mining Town   Dance.  A titled English woman who  visited the west a short time ago  tints gives her imjjressions of a  diiuto in a  miuing camp.  There was a master of cere-  iHonies who called out the dances,  aiiti not more then ton or twelve  couples   wero   allowed   to  dance  'Life is spent*in learning how to  live. Mistakes., are inevitable.  If they wero not, there would be  no growth, no eoutjuest,' no hew  wisdom.  '' ' \  Tbe best man is not he 0who  never makes mistakes! but he who  never permits thera to daunt him.  who accepts no failure as final,  who rises every time he falls, who  has ever the soul's Rue courage to  begin anew.    \  St.;  Joseph's   Convent.  KELSON, B; cV  ' "       (��� i ���  '  '  ' <?   -.      ' * " ..        -    -   * '  -hoarding and Day School ''conducted hy tiie'Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  B. C. Commercial and businesB  courses, a specialty.'- Excellence and  swift progress characte&ize' each department. Parents' should write for  particulars.' One month assures the  public the   thoroughness   of, the  Sisters' methods of teaching. Terms  commence January, April and Sept  Pupils are admitted during: term.  '���      , PROMPT'DEL/VERY:     '  Queens'.A^e. -   MOYIE  The Right Spirit.  B-. C. Steam Laundry  / CRANBROOK.''        '    ' "  "    '        - s  Give our .work a  trial  and   leave  work with        <'  Mrs. Sophie Sallstrom  Agent,  MOYIE, B. C.  $.300  ;Lot between P. Burns 'and Edward Lee's rooming house.' Excellent location.  ' .._ , ,$1,250, ','  Fifty seven acres of laud 'near  town,   considerable   good' timber  03,    t,'        .     - ,'     ' ��� ,'    f|"  ;  ��� , $1,920 ;   '   /  - 160 acres of laud ,in iho Moyie  river valley, between Curzon and  Kingsgate. $12 an acre. The finest  kind of fruit laud. I Good Wagon  road through ifc.  $70O  '   COMMITTEE  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.  I Lot north of Moyie ' JJ.ikery  with two buildings bringing in a  rental of S17 a month.  s.  A.  C.  G-. Blaylock,,  J. Flood,  A.Focte,  Chairmiii  Secretary  Treasurer.  Crestou  Review:    Moyio   cele  brates on JJominion Day, and   a!  high old timo is promised.     There!  will be  a  big  buuch  of Creston!  folk there. , Let's ull go:  The Air Aristocratic |  is what young men are keen for.  <J Correct dress helps a lot lo achieve  $50 Reward.  Fifty Dollars Howard���Will  be  I paid   to   the   persons    making  a j  wu'htime, two steps  and  raises,  butfcou hoie guaranteed to neither  fim    xxr\ Mmt,<- ���.. : *.:.-���     ; i.    :.,    *.!,�� ....        ...  ,     . -  (l'ul vvithout;exception   it  is, the  finest dancing I, have ever seen���  the very poetry of motibh.   Nbth  nig violent or rude, or like a   servants'    ball   at  home, - although  *<l>Qy held their  partners  a little  ��iore clasped than' -we do. . lt'ut iu  '-pite of their, funny  holdings,  or  I'.oi'haps on account of it,   there is  11 Peculiar movement of  the feet,  Pei-fecet  grace  and   rhytht'n . aud  Khde, which I have never seen  at  a real   ball.     One   could   under-  ';L'uul ifc was   a ' pure   delight   to  ���thom' and they felt every note of  t!ie    music.      They   treated  mc  w'th the courtesy fit for a  quean  ���"Kl  some  of  them   told   me  cle-  ���tflitfiil things   of shootings   and  ,l0f>u-ciird.!idg    adventures,    and  ,; '   wi.tli  a   delicious   twinkle  in  Ul��eye.    J did enjoy   myself.      I  |,ni  told  this  quality  of  perfect  ''"iPect for women is universal   in  lho "iriiinar camp?.    And any nice  u,1'"an is absolutely ! safe   among  v- ,e,��-    1 think there' ought to   be  ",lnir,K camps to teach men  man-  rip, tear or .ravo/i -thnt it will hold/  a button from the start   to  finish  of a shirt.     Money will be  paid  upon tin.* proof of-the work.  Signed;        ED. CilES.YUTT.  A   JtOllAI.,  fl WeB made clothes are sold e\'ery-  where.  ^f Well $lyled Clothes are as rare as  j White Blackbirds,  Cf We stake everything on  Style  Distinction  Good Form  that's what makos Mail Attire Clothes  supreme in favor of the young men.  ���j Tailored to order from $ I 2 to $30.  <�� Money back for any reason.  $300  This hotel is now under new Lot , on Victoria  management, and is first class Glandening building,  in every respect.  B. .E.  TAYLOR, Mgr.  Victoria Street.       - MOYIF.  street  near  Thos. Summers  Cigars,   Tobacco,  Fruit  and  Confectionery.  TOYS,  South  NOTEOXS    ETC.  Victoria   St  . f onoe knew n dear litilc nuMhcr  Willi �� litiaiitif"! hlue-cyi'il hoy. ���  She constftii'tly.bathed *"><��� IfrusUctl hiin,  Vml when bel"'tired ulloy  Shu woubi t.ike.U an-1 scald it slid scrape it  And liiv it- nwny in H"'  And llmtis the mkv  [[is.rd.iy tln'iiKS every ono;  "relll up in ItifS own litlepliiyhouso  .   .]���!,.. Dnby ure��-peaked a.ul pale, ,  \ikI there wore llic neighbors t-luWrcu  "  \|Ulirtvandl'ii|.pyaiid hale.  I('theb.-ib\-��.-ntout for unainiiff'  riKMitiMew-dstounderstaiKl  Th-Lt none uf the .H-.Khbors-ol.ildrC      ;  W���s evert..'loiielf Hi" "����'l-  ,!,.!,.-md ihe irij'nreil mother  .leiir Imbv inside,  i in his playhouse.' ;  itile ime fretted und died.  sun:  ,- she took cure of  On sale by  J. W. FITCH  , T. T. MeViUie.C.K..        V L. S. H. Y. Tarker, C  j McVITTIE & PARKER j  I       PnovixciAL Laxd Survevin-cY -  liarr.WAV  *   Mixixo   ENCIXEEIIIXG  j Estimates Furnished.  OFFICES .  Fort Steele P. O. Box 25.  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.  FRESH   AND  Hill iliey  llroiJKi'l ''"'  And sinil him "1  \Vlitre II  Thnniihe  And lids ��'" !  ..,',1,,'Mollierdei.  T|���. ..tier 111'-''  ,,,1-if he.-irt ujri.iei  .1'lu the Virfrin  u-eiKhtether pruycr:  .l.in't let liim plu.v Willi  up there."  .-(.'v U.ui.'.mN  50   YEARS*  EXPERIENCE  Butter  AXP  Trade Marks  Designs  .. Copyrights &c.  Anyone acndluR ft sltaleh and description runf  Quickly tiseertaiii our opinion, freo whether tin  luvontlon l�� probnbly frntoiitiiblo.'. Comnmnlen-  tionaHtrictlvcontkleiiMid. .Tlniulboolcon Putcutd  eoiit. fioo. Oliloat niroucj* foraccurlne patents.  I'alonta taken through Aluun &, .Co. receive'  tptciaaiottce. -vllliout c-biirgo. In tho  ���'ifii-s all over 11  A hniiilsomoly Illnatrntert wcculv.  _.  culatlon of Jiuy sclentiMc Journal.   .Terms, $3  rear- four niontha, JI.  (it U tiyall ni "    '    '  I-.-iMCst clr  'I'eruis, $:i;.  (nrsilealcr!.  ut'opo.  I     LUN��ii;[|   Vk   UltJ   t<i,n.-iiui-ii.   Jinn HHI.      ,'j CI 11^, ^)  i  .       n lII  D^^Arl.i    /  fC'ir*-four months, JL  SUt U byull no"Vt>��loa1crs>  Chamberlains -Co"gLJgy/WMi!LC^^^  Cure;. Colds, ^:'Yj^agaHWBM|lM  P. BURr  Limited.  MOYIE, E. C.  -."'- .-fl  ''-      "rt M  '"'/-Ik  .���^^isll  . wM  r.T: ,r?SrJ  :-.~\fi!\SA  .1  . *.  . 1.1' ���  -*V'l:-  Ai ,-^i  iCfti^Si*  CM,��?''  >ify  ..Ks.l11*-' il *.9  feh^K'-t'-'P  sSS-tSSsBsBr  ,.,f,Ml  1   '.'  I I" ,pS��Mi  'rK,iB>rV2l  . ,   *    ^   ���> lrfu��l  1     "   ' *��&  '     v    ^ Iff *    v  ���   iY-,��1  Y��Y^J  BOX i  ^Az����>AXt\  ���'.-"' !"''���-.- ''^A-AA^  ;���:    '.;:v^|;:ip?,-'   ,. ,��-<flS :������'��� t Ms- w\f;^.'-,..\|  **!?&&A ������-*': *"-'!����� HB  rmr  iy  iJVl  IM  '������-��- �� i,'mm?i��   MOVIB  i;iutksh (J>-!'iJj^I^  .!��� '. '. i   ii. i j  J>.! 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Oiawfmd    C'iav.     ui..   .tt (UK-    Hum Lie.-d:   <.ud     .V.niu   was,     owol llte'w  thieauned      lu      d -IW'J    V"'    le-wci  ti. .=.>)(< t   arid   best  games  em   lU.iud'A  '���l,,.,^        lTliyi      1:ith     ���,u.     ljume' !'"'���      YNivY.h   u.joye.i  it and    n(?0  iJ-jrtJi     .,;..���! li.,'  "/!. -il    ��d'. Ii'iim^    (��,,!-,!).���,.;.- A.15.   till.   11. A^  V  -��  VIT11 J) F  18    1 , i J   1%.   lL>  1 I  u  J���i. -  1 ."!  i      .1  M   Sh\   Jo' 1)   * '.", <-3   '  fcMibli/      US H. <*,�����..   ..  '     '",    I ol.it >I   /���    I'   ,  V/  j M. ( >J*!,ji .-,.1 I'    d   |.i,<n ,   N  !'     V  " ��1    ' >���   '  '"��$    jitmliflx    Hi.-l.^i'oHH^ 'i H-iH, <l U-!) '-   -  ^J-   ,     mviiPi'l   .' .Sipu tp!..iu ! Ul��-|" ��� '�� V'k  l>'k: '],-,.,.! I'UI," Ml,   I'    f'.i'l.l  MlU.MU    <Utlf'-.(l    O.  V5^ , ,. .,..,��� i. ,��� h kv.i'.i' ii.isfi1 |u;  i��s',,'l). I i' '(>.' i I e'.iili.s "li.i" I t li't��i>"l<  ^��.^' , ! i.i.i- lo V 1\ II If , 111 'i- :i limn <* *'t!��,  J*/.'   is,    -. leioi.HF tiortl>|-l> 'o).i.Hut..f iion-'i. ���  METAL   MARKET.  Svav YoitK���Unr   silver, 50    eta  I^ad $175 Cnppor,  Hjj   ctn  JjOvuun���'Lend   ^'l^i    12-s Cxi  jun-f,  v.Mli, Hie  u.rtia;ei   ff f.uii ,irg   a ^^'^on,   confer   fiJ.l  3-1 n    o;      D'C   UiJ#i' i'K-is-        Ojcar Siiai.tJ, sliort stop  ,r,��!ilin a,TJ otKcis, hc',^-\cr,,��.sprf (,n -VUlt-i    M'comMm.e   .  '        . ' .      . ,,���,,.     i-i    ��i ^unirll,   pitcher     .   ,  ���liaU     vua    a-.-iu-.aa!'- bnuti.,,,  v.ln- a .j; 1JunaliJ> J|lft ,1(,hJ,  "mi!'' liw-.l  diu-iU}   a jam began'    to ^nti;f.M>)  ugi)t jicltl  Y-i'i'   .id   l)V   feffoJ      \v6i5i  aifu  judi;- .stu.^un.  catcher .    .,  rnoul   K-.H    ilif  ihamifl' Uc.u.'       Tlw, Sull^an^ ilu.il  base  .would baVc 1,'l-a  a,tlirKt'. flisl  !^L> -  W  im it  i;.i I <|fn��i>'.i>ii,' isi' r - < J l.ni.I I'-'ifti  "ii \11.f,rs <  |.., M.r\\M��nt.lo;i,N 'MIHMtU.M        |><U,    ISdnl^i]  jir|u'Hcrs  Ibiutl jut*-*lli, If" "     ' "  '  t'.iu   Jf'ii en, A fi�� in  litis of tin- budsic  ^���i>    ui null tin,, to  Jnataoi   lor    tlie,  ...4  ���:... ii  .. t  .������:���::!  . ..a  .     3  .. 3  - .. .3 '  30  1  1  1  1  1  I  0  0  0.  stHk't*- on the cast sale uf thti cne.c.'    jJaticry���Wj utirll tjrui Slinson.  1    '       rf'1*;  A%  0  0  0  0!  31 /f:  .SUnson. /iV   I  A-.B.  SI I. Ii!..^!^ i  Tiv uivtl" wliU-h appeared in'. The- ��� .Mouo- A-.B. SH. Ii.. ^fj  nXiiLiv.^,     that th, ..GicW'^^V  "^ fi��;1'1,   '     -     ' t      ?       ?   iS  ���^l!HYtl' '- A      ,      ',������.,.,.,,(,,   .���>(-.!! ��/i,-.seenn a   base   ...   .1'      1,    1 \#��ft  0  0  0  0  0 /,  i i ^A'  ^/ . V\ ,0     JlOW  ha\  me of tin-;  larti-  i �� ' -  cA Block of 'fur-  niltuv in   -South  \ i  i  W'c      guarn'iltcc  n'orv  ai no c  ; >i, I  'r?sj  ��� f-*5r*  Stook Q.uotations.  i*  i'u;i-��n }i\ w:\Ika. maVtaAj. '  ���   i  i   j,       -i ' IJjJ As)t��<]  .     '  i.ei. floiJlSeHI.-!  ( i mil! -ok IVir DrfC'k  '\-}l\ '.t��r  - ..'I, f,lr!  .   '  ,3 1-2  r  "r��� -   ���, r  Aiv YonThinij^r^  of Buying ;i TVr,,.��� ���/  ,   1F so r.Lrv A>:  -1   Y��^?.  J?jI?~ilt<ldiA   ?! ^    L.txuKiiiiK' laSn iniii;li"f    iJ1-i.:iJ>  ir��i,^p-fjl''L<-J,!ji K^V'M'   i-'��i thi:,h-"' invito >, i .im'1m''�� Y"1 ^ i ~  ��AA��-*AA3^.yM. |,"W,     I nk�� notice tlintAll.eri IIhY'iuhII of CI../'-J'.(     .  ' V^"t <*" ,     A^^'f-Api >  ,'  ��Cj4"d I II.' C . i>^ii|..,t'i.jt),   ltauilnrr.   int.-mlti tn iijjU      .  ;J-f~ ">?/sA'J'^h,'", ' !   W .' fur l'prnutoiou to jiuieliifc��J U>'' folKnuin-'  tlt-  W' '^M#^^i  1   2, ��t l_rU--tw ��ee;<y-K?s  l.Kf  MB^MM  i1  t^^/'^"/Y?iYt'iY-!   ^  ���A'j 1 Mri'u'ii irtiiili ��� 1 ' ,  \��J? ' ' t'oitnn, iiuuet it �� l��M plBiili'J ktiul'j  f-^Y'of  .1.   ' c;  I'  K. lly , nl> H'f >j Hide in an' e'l t. rl) tUrit-  %M#   liou  flt"  u-11'" jtntionn intftiii' */i'��S  ^<^   '0    ill'-    U'lfli'l1  l.ts(Y>  (llillllh,   tlK'IK'i'   t'.f.  ji-akii..'' a      n-tonnoit-ti" up tho  valley   cnslei, jiitebcr 4  ui  ibrSt    r��lai\'b   river  Iroi'j     lMJ-ri.  jffislcv,   sIkji t  txtop   1  Siuiu- unguis     i'1.iv.fold Bay _�� Kainni,  ilist luise        ..    ..:4  ^Yalr^V'^ ::3'    0     ^^'.r.^fundmo^y^^n'salisfactitn   is ,not   yiven/^;   X    '"'W-'^   -     -^'       - '    -,1lat     �����'   "    "        '���-'^f  Si   if>  !     i 'Lsii.6.-j Uf(/<zAi  1     '.    ^l/   '0   ill'-   i;h"iim> i.c-l W (Juin?ti\  tl^.'tici'   t-.pitb  i^'iil.mil fwh.-Jr,'. ti. C 1\ 1;  1'^', ' IIivujo fstfJovs  \W    niif-nlil l'.U,  in il.nl'i- iii ���� (ftstl'rlj- dun  " "tk^/?' tl.nV u> |.. ^u (if eumin-iiti merit, tii*ilt,'i'i)Uiiniiij4  haf,\\e bell, and \VlH exchailgiJi gpodS ^K j     .-r Ar..u.ii'T ��.\i;.N��Aubr  t    \?<1F 1 Uuli a J'.aio Dili, I'KN,' ' "       Y  C, S. KIHRADB.'  ( '  Painter aii!d    ''  aper Hanger-  '.  ���o  ���j.  tynicovcail at our >i- ��toro an ^ Furnished - Kouse   for.,-;��� '.'.-   '   ,.    '        *, , .   ;  ij!-;j)cc(., tiio stock'land   Conu.ai�� i'��> .        Sale.      '    V'.\     v   "', -, '',   ," - <y  ���;���' -"OLiVUR" '  ' r * 1  $123.    .''rUsr, I'.WYij.;^  ' "F, J. SM'^TH, ;; '  ICoiife   find  cabin  oir owb^lpt.-'    /  '<5  fe$4       s  r^ ,^?  'Uo'u.s'e and   eatiin . furnished   with  of \yin,*>k.    Can be found  fit" .Movit; hdto]'.  ���VVIfAT rS,Y>FORK IWATJTIF^ ���  "J; dciiijLN mwuKH loSt? "'  A motlierV* Korriiw arm' many 'aa '  fioro^iUjJKs forgeia, hi^.i^vo ,|-/,jj.> ^.^  , coWfortt, teca'tiso, t-f lur ?,?��� rMurtM  If��^v��'0^f, t,lic c!U!d. -'iShft lrowifls tft,k.*  tloiyn, slocjilf^f ftori'o'js, lrhtabi'j'(!,y.  ife^'Is t|ro'4 frojn vjni)rn!lnK un��ji txki> <  ^lany inoihei^, ol w'ri^spY'sa ^1*4  <^ia,t at jsuch** tiini? tltpy |irjvr> te>,��.  ^��� lIOtflE- BOAT r.HflUSE:^^^��j:W^.w^  ^^|ovet'ytyng coiii]>iqie.T  rPrice 'X^r/1' '   -��,'' >i',*>     "t \A  ?? i everything c'ouipltfrsS'tTa.-  ^llv)^^=?~J!^^  \f/j to Ham iMePyuK'tHi Moyio,'      ��� Y, I ��� '   ',',-<. -'   '-"-  ���       ��ayj���- Y���-~ a_- '-. .��� l��JFA*��!n       ��*a'a���     .���*�������#�����.  #                j(,,' ^u/Us  forY" liir'o, .Ujy1  lt';the'jChBrcfics;-''f"."'-x*  , ;, DENTIST  The Sxperlc Crown anda' Bridgfe  ,.\V6rkcr  'JR  (tho J\f'oiu*>  X')aY, "oi*.'  .  ,'\V>fcifr n.L reasonable^  r   prices..        ���- - ���   ,  . it  <-  r  ' t  ,  i  - Jlcifiv. Ktisc, .who jvas liangfd^in1 V'l- King, saoi t- stop .. ?..'lt, 1  son sonic years aa,o,' for a murder i\ijiiej, catcher ... '..,, ...4 < 2  Committed ,   on, the sIkuc of tho IIp-'rUils>on, iseeomJ base'....-!      1    .,l  fcf  I'  k  M'H��� ^'f'-ilfl 'be, ..roiiuhly ��� fipcaking,  .{bout, half as lu;i��? 'as_by v>*ay of  l-fepotcuay Landing.  37       9   '  8      1  1 2 3 i 5 G 7 8 "11  o 5-0-2-0-n-0-0-J��� 8  .. 3r0-3-0-3-0-0-2���9  1 JJ-aJtr-n-^-irall andrilillcr.  '"Y.t'f.  1 Lean's �� .,  v    %" '   '   .Corpus, Chrls'd.,-,  , D     . .  Ytevr   Crowds  kkjo\    the   >      ^'^���T^_^fc^^.t ;.  ���c    v>   ���'     \ ELGE^Y^lySlOK.    '' *      YORLD S FjaIII^OTES*    -  J  ,  q f - iVson \vas born to 3[i". -and ^[rs.  F: Ct Long, on MondAy^June litb.  ���' J". Attwood'is enjoying" a holi-  -iJay'at C.-ebton.      ' A  There is, ,?et - ii0^,1'race   of fhs  bodV'of 'ulia?.' Djainoodi ���   -;  *      1.   "'    '    * ^ .     *       ���  f  'The    iPinars',  Union   meetg'i'n  their hall tonight.1"  ��� pltco oveV: Sir. Shores -': i Canoes,' Peteif oroughs,  "'" -  " ,, '%-" ',' ���!' ,' 1/ ana -SMftsf '    "  WaJT'_ ��� iJap'&r/'   Store,' -,,*   '  C'ATllOiAC     OH V R CM  There will',bu the regrlilhr inorn    ���   .     ,    . .   ,   r.        .,  nig and evening services 'Sunday 7"| Armstrong: Ave.-^ -    ', Cran|brook I a  ,,    .. ��� . ..   .    x  ^oruing,|orvlces   at   10   o\-loek  Evening seL'^ieo.- 'at  i\fo   oVlock  ';- u   :J5i\iinERH���MEc;i,Y  ^YV^       ^ -,(1    ?   (Priest;  ,  ClIO-pI^H OiMGVfiMSM).'  1   ��Pf        t  u(Vicar.)  it ^      t"    "    ~ "        r r  MSTUOnjST  V'fU'RC'lI  down !/'  .Moiling Service J1 a', m.   Kvt-u  "MS,   ,  iag'.servicB  7:30. p. 211.    '  .Sand 13  ^.ay wlu-n thiy   can bask in the sun: J ^u.cn" oil?' o��'p^'aounT"norr ai!      Unice'   MeLolIan    returned   ^n .sc}1001 3.P;,���;.. ^llb.ject for   ovaJ  slniu' ut lie in the ,aaue of a Uq tree p.us of the country. o.Sope of tkm   Moyio thia week after an  ab^nee  ^S^^oon.Ye,   'YYid   back, in, Im  ...,,,������,_ MU'   been  pretenuniK   to   book   annii-1 '         *   c"  oi  tev. J. Y,'. .YJLLPJi: R. A  cHjtectives Ten- [are  in   Vancouver  attending   the) ' fl Jstor.) j  KTiption^whleu t)R'"ir nHHh'is had Wi .  Vth|i!tn was tlio only woi3atr'i^<c;t<)'ln '  ���"tAkca nt'epQli t^raai ' I)r. >&r,Y'i Fa.  vor(tf^]Prpcrfi>t|()i; ha^ 011J >iAta cari-  isblt�� roputatlaii fqr'ovor n;tfcM of 3 ten- " -  . t��ry���j-pi al! UhU tJtnn'it��has soid'anp. ��'  'krfjely ,ln 'UnstPnltrd J>tatos than fctJf * ��"  ott'c'r tonic Jor tftmilfl's w>vj,, ami to-"   tJ  tl*y fts rales ^r�� grr-'^r than wet,   > '...  ,  ^^In'fayfjr'Of'PnJ'fprrc'? raod��cIn��sfstba     *  .frattk,, bpnfiding, dj>.Hi^b;>nYt ,ti>b aABt A  y( theJr lull cooirnj'jkjoit, giving t^njilt-   '  VrdUetlt. In plain b'^tinK vh^uui fear ot   1  SiiictcRStol criUdi-m aix! wild r-fffliidc!i#/ 'i  tlmt'thb1 gbrtd, (N^iisc cf U.>i��(if3jl.'tftiTiJ   '  load them t<i Appreciate, t{jUrhoq��rab!��  mannpr.'of-'confining to Uiei'a what thy lt 'j.|  ,,      , 'artf 'taking' Into  tUeir .Vwaactis when'' ���' I  0F0. P0UTH *A'ifiT y011^'508 l2*061 th*^ nK^'t-ir!'vs-  ���' >      y,  ~ '   '  J"t    A groat'inariy wofn-r'n .fp^ilii? ,'.i!i>ncd.1 i\       o{ sii,'Wn[fl,tak^, a- f^-lt!��!!"��h;''!.7, ��  yhaf. js Just a��-ba<if snupi- wfdi'Jv a<U��- "  ^tj?w .?<itnix>,��nd. ocmtutiKtiH a'lar?.1, pu-  cdj?iaa;<)   of-, alcolitiL    l'lfwtor   Purees-o.���|  vr imKlfahiijis aro EunraafM-t" be <?ntir.-*y   ���   I  J(fr<s% from alcohol or naraotfisi���m'adi* rf ' ^ J  t     '*   . ^S2s ���       ro.f>Ss ^"^l��11 fenooti liarra Uc! tao^ili-11-   ���  !LS iSvL^Jii'   Yl ^teisy��txjrjj'(jat.havv>a'whoU'iw-.i)e, llf*  ' d  Sra.-^^a^^',   .  l,rBl\-(uSLuliomc-4i{T(H',t    l\p*-ti' 111" " ��V5'��i*3      -1  , -��   1   ���   f '    -,, J Tonnes mi<3a l.arg��<JXi 01 alcoiKji inWrfcp -  .���  '  -"        , with, Uio^liRenir'n of ornate ftxAf. ad    J I  'asUosw)* IiionajHtt'i,!!!!aicfivol alinirWg^a ��|l>?.  I����w the blood and KhrinV tbe ted tawi    ,  r     T,"V   1 ^     ' A ~i  ;,i.  a:t.,   Hlau,  K,.a, "all   Iu ��.en ' pl0^rt h^. ,^1 ^ i^untry10 tnS   ,5"K-T^^-  larty   will  {.-mg, "fnvthe ITullow of His Hand."  V.   TJesauluier and   John   Mac- j Sunday    school,   at    2:30   p.c ni'  donal.l  are in   Seattle   taking 'in r Everybody  invited.  i\ii<,.iti-.i do\ r Uliis of U.c Mis- ^peal-.-s autlioutativclv, liaMng "fiibt-  ,ion. T'e ip4,.ioir,'crrparmy oi the llailil' Lnoui(,dgc. C0,cYm��; a ^ 1 f  l.iocf'Mrn roiimier.reu at ^2 30 in tbe l.^n a centuiv. It is intercVti'."- u  r '" A 'fiun?    I)allY .',''  lr:  ''^te m  tliio tonneclion also that the  ofl( riK.iui.  the fair.    Tliey wilL  probably   bej  away for,isearly a  month.  '   LOST���A     gold    brooch   with'  flower dtYign  hist  Sunday  after l  '���T. S. PATOX,  vJ'a^tor.j  uia:,, \v.lo in  ahancc,  then  follow cl addrp<-s      of    the laiiioad  mninrim ... ,      -,.       -,  f   Hxtir\    73/?^ ���        Pi  tho c;..lrt,,n    ot    ihe M����ion school, P..H..1, inaiks an u^Skc, Ccf   ^ li00��'       Suitable   reward   c.Tered.      Ifie   MCII    HI    UUr^  n.i.-m   tl.<-  j.!iifai..M.  of  the   F.y.k' ioh-��� srmpathv belwcim    commercial      aiul Finder   please retain   to   deader W1S^  /.I tic     i.h. -tliri     inntt ncAAi-1 i-vri 1 .^r . . _ .��� .   .  ��� j . _   . *- 1.1 1  (,-.!    m^cks    iho ni test  cFrorteu      by  u ansponatiori   mteiebls H C  the .v..l;ki�� with bin map incense aid   >NUtt,  llf   lhl, >jf>1 UlLTn Patific   .^^  th.-n vi..!"i  a si!K(h canopy the priest. ��ll]   nitensling  talk  on the same   oc-'  c iileo.  ���Svj that all who are on  ���tvn vi.d.'i a silMli canopy tue priest. ��ll]  nitensling talk on the same   oc-i       ,    ,   Ar o, .        ���.,,,. l"'a iUI who are on   commit  iaip..ii^ ','ne Snirw Host. After casion, fujl'hcr hoaiuu out the Par.'i- ]'' l * ,1-^-,��re h^ unified hi,. teo�� for the Dominion Dav wl����  1V..1 f.n.c   cmvulb upon crowds     of  ,,���>a  :vH    Uld,calmp tll lt  1)0lh laurc   uoi 1: (.-! t!-o (onrtho.^e   and   Jul,   bration    nmv   knn-   u-i  iiidiai     fpinunu. .. ti.iui almo.-.t half .1  mtiicsts      \ull   he  in    Lounikte ln-L- ti ,     t1      ,    ., ..        ,       ,|u,',-,-JU"    mnj    Knoiv   which   com-  11.1U   in  hiii,lh       On the  ;o,ite of the  moilV  before lonK.               ' '      a-i.t hn-,  rnauo   tho  building   look, mitte<'s they aro   on    Hip   !,,���'���  Vux<   sion    v.ete    circled      arches,  cf ' . >  lYcrtA I ���,;n 1-,       ..,     ,.  , ' u  ^icuui>       At eani ana a salute w.i'. ^ | piK ^eeP tho list set and standing  '   . ...I 1 -, 1 .... O. ... rr -..-,. I I I    I,   . 1,    .   ..       .   ['       .. .1, t: _. .. [...'fi.^H,   '       -.  .ii'il       l.v       Itie fniiiff;       vatt,  'i tie  In tia'i l.o\s  hanrtYi 1..I1 1   tlie  1I1-t  tc'tioii  c.f H���n.imj'*"i   Ci ni i^tn    lei-  ik'iel    main     '..lit'.ii.s      t.nd  on  all  ban U     conrtdiri . ni' '    c.i'ild    I"   l.C.'i.l !.���'.  en   the     lln].! u' ' l.n lit   ol   lli    St     h'u-    \i,,.i(i  iioiiand V/ias  Hut  Hollai.d Lr,s u t��u'�� ed  ftn.n   <l;iy , <, .-, to iin-tuo attenti -n  li.uv - cf   adrcrtieuiont^   for j for the nexc week or two.  1'i-si'-  f v. o and thre��i of theT^ndei 1  ���'.11 uld hj in  th'r-oliiiM  by    Tue1---1  Till:  (\iM\JI [', i,Sii  ^hiidic-rYSpoits-J. II   fla^ke.  ^'iHi.1,,1        Nooi-    lould    mc the   V,,->"; u'"'"'^ h-hi-onfor tb,        j. H i ;!,   of Y.YY J, who   1 ented , C' ',l V A'  *hu !v��'',  ' uiiMis    (i.'^ti   j-j,   . <.sior    i.f      ti.e   P*1-' three inontn, voi idi! c in the   (k 'Y'i-mii bui'I'm- r��. M.r. .,.,r        OaleduMhin    ^port^    I).    [���].   M,  f.ehai.  ,1m(  nt,,      .HtlHU- ��� s���,m- >     C   ,!'"C-      "    Ji"'-"'l   1-   ,.r..,.   -.if   ,mtthig   in   a    block   of "' J" l'?nox' Chtls' -Ibinna.  thiii-j; 11 on   p, lirc -,,,,iti ;i li.-u 1 v���i!,-(luiaii,l"a  h.'uid.-omo  Lie  a da,   v  nil an l  (la   ,'mL-h1'   1I1.H..1   'nl.ich  ho   wim   (J.|   fl   |JL.i  1I1 i.'ling contest held   in   this   cit}  ia' k-.::ict', ;-,-. ion 8< ,.*. o, ixsp. uhich   was  par-  hit,   gn ;<!-, has   thrown,   up   his  lex.-e I     A(l'��alic   '-ports���John   Chiiiioh-  et   on   the, ailli w;i] nofc como hei,e_      ' j ft'nvland    (.amble,    K.   Nordman.  liur  W  1 1.  1:   I-    1  ! Ill in! 4.  C 1.  I 111 ip  aid  .itfd in by fiiiiii:  ane  Davis i  'ieNiYinll-  ( at 111  I     r    llP  d  T  ..ml   Mi   .  VI'I L    II-  ���iiian.  Vnere are still f-ome inatteri-  n-ifaining to the letting of the  ontiaot   for    buildii  [Alux C'ameioi  t;  i-ea-.y   jjig-M.  J.  (.'ill,   |'i,ii  .u   )i,w  diiiled   Ul  < 1   1\      J     M  C'liO- \'. h.  'i<-!,uj-   nnd  Tall;  111-  111  ol   I be  cv   liri.V-:e  uriiif.  '���'������. inelH-p.  iinn)Miia:j  A 31  'al.iv.  Vt  ���a;���-|   th  boill   - (,f      (1;,.  iJoWll . i.Jie   10;  in   ��� riiaiac!  >vcr    and  iV  arti'd     1.,  iv fi'dim   v.'i  ���e\v oi'it   all  ."ina: '.to on;-  -1 1 IICK  vtcd   that  31  h'i  oyic   man I  ig tho new  lodge hall that lrivu nut been  ���settled. Therefore ti>c eontiaet  in not 3_et awarded.  Conrad,T  Advci t  im-i  JMillc  'I  i-ii'g  F.   .7.  ���J. iYIlIwimi, 11. Jar)  miytli,   AV  ioOf).  rJ'l-{  n-ijnrtafion���K  <).  I'holls   and    hh  A  ;nrpi-ise    part;  was  given  Heat lie  'i'lic -Iu.  ������-laini)   P'H'tnor drilled over ;J7  v'bi-i.' lost;  c-iiac   oc-i'abiou,  d.  inche,  hat  5   on  was  I Thursday-night, at  the   home  of  A, f\ M  I.'. lav!  .iinini,  'uidona'ld',  A.Yll.U. A. 0  ayioeJi,  Mrs.  Yott, in. honor  of  Airs';  wagered on   the  distance   drilled,  b   a'   1 rec, .lipping it, ������ \\-Ji  m  llii"   bah  live  fee;  .fct'l      Ij'li.  bappcia-;  n  Mr.   !'.  twai.tv-Ci  eat lie  :1!  ielvwa�� won hy Air. Holland:���  l.i'ii.il   las    v.'ile  is^'ii  nnronKrious  al-    I he    linii  '    lo    llUVlV-i  M'ied to hU:|  lie a<-( ideiii !  and  f.np-:  hur- ���  had  liiosslaiid M'h  Wani: Ralph  -ov^ier.  dead,    hi  Ai\  l-ti>.( d  ricdly      .see  (hern     Taken     1 o   the.   hie.'pi i :��� I.    .Mrs.  lieafiie sniii-io,!  a  fraeiiMcof her eol-  J.  uncli  !ar, L.A. JI  TV II; Ilawke, John Tay  I).  Si  Wtiii  obej'ts.  B  (.���f.'V.IJ  It  Ther  ev, V,  rV  la.r    boa  iMi.-  brai  ���    and  ;  1,  bui   ir  Ciiiu.'i!.-;sioti  01  loiiiir  ver\ .  is a sti'ong   possibility   of :  (-���.'  fiordon   (fialph Con-j  Scott, who   is   leaving_,.today'-��� for  Vancouver.     There   were   acu'eral  ladies   pr.eoent    and    they,    spe.n t  a   pleasant ovening,  ami   all   ex- J John C  tner-Hcei the-ir' sorrow  au   the   do-1 <��;.  [lartur.e of one who. liad   been   h  their midst a.) long.,  (Fr-iia   tlie  f'rar.hiouk Jleral-1.)  rii'iie.  ;W. Sulliv  an,   J<  Soli,  A.    !���  .00 to.  Ja-s.  As, every  housekc^cr can   understand,, -V'V  " t    burnt alom and sulphuiic 'add���the &i-\ \   *   *  ^. ,      gred��ntsrof all alam and alum-phosphate       /"'    '  <   , pov/ders������mast carry-to the food acids'  injurious to health.  ���       " ; * ,  t f    ' f ^  lea8tiie'label,��� 'Avoid the alnin,powders,'  -f.  5^^^ssssis-^��s��4,��5r!'  ."S^  iooth  '.V.  J.   Kdths  n 11:1.  m  insbn,  aim on, Joe McLaren, iv. D.  -V. Jfill.  D  i-ieing���l-'t'od    Iv  Vt. To  Ed Hiitt and AVm. .Snllivi  I'PY  ^li  -C. A.   V  ite,   J;  .veil cull-.  nor; ot'\\ liinip'og being   called   tr  Hob  he   l{o\-;il  Hank  01   Canada  will   he  iidt-rii.'K      the  nature  oilier   in.iuri  :e cnargo oi a  -Yew Yoike!  im  1'ir business 111  Mend;  The   baiiv  mrch.  ���IV   111(1111-  Sehwiil't/,,  tlieVinainm-ci-,  --rts, l-'.'.I. S  nyth  Jronnds���A.  was   ba.il-,'   lnuiy  V.'.   W.   hunisden,   1!  ai in Jiiirl.  bill  is getting alona; ni.  7dr.     .Ueattie  esraped   anv   senoii!;  .'Iftili  iberiaiB's -Cough Remedy  uid   teller  are  IC    aeeCjluitaMti  I'lie,'  uiil  both   ready   f  or   bvisi-  eun-eney  will   lie  on   hahd,  : CoI<'  1 aud V.1  iaf   (be  bank   .will  1  >'. huopii'^: Coi:''U.  oiil'.'i: on  M'  jc in maun.  iriftay nioniing.  IcLare'n. ('. A. V  k -i'��tfy.ii'��JC;i.'iiJ�� Tl S  Kcvtr.fnils.   Uuv-itiio  eni.-  ootc  A.   '.'il), j,  J w.  J;  It mayiJvt liic,  'l^C^ll .^ ^.    -  inorv^'"su{f<tr<'��'�� 4p>k ihiuAh.'.    '. 1}   '  ;���" "Better klik to ix h<-A]i\i-4vlr>g \ai   'J  thxt bas"in fiio pa^l iHtr^ ot a1 cattyjj     \  sold inoni.wblcJy tlun a'iy otW.       ,'  *        ' OPRS AS TI1K PAT.     r     ��  '^Vhat'Dr. flMsdV Fnvdf" Prcscrip-   ^  tlon  f�� 'imado  of.   Its tn?r^!i^i.u-. Jyj  Coition y��,';sl root. LacljS .Mijijicr r%  Uiitc.k Cohosti, roll, I?ni<'"Hi r.��.i. Blcs      'I  Cohosh root, nheralcaUv I'uvc CAyrtv. r    -I  fiobart A. llftn\ M. 1).. tNii-MUtf '  Pa��� <,;!.}���> nf Ookten Kea!--"Gv/il jn all  calarrlia! cawlUtom, .is iib-rai ��� T.tsrr'i.  Imcorrhcca. ote."  J'rof. John if it�� ����t';i  AnWEc.111   I)i.-<jK,n<:::i.tory sV** r(   i!!"-s  t'-f>5K:,-iJi   root--;ir��alhor  impirtat;: .i.'i^  tllont Jn'^/'Avorlte rr<"-erlr-;ioir" 'Ifjii.  ��p<>rtsi! iiftinR)- for tlj�� Jemodf erq vi- jt i>  an fsflldcnt ast.nt, In jJitprp^i"'!. iiif".  raoftorrlifjJa It is ��ur/wi��v/ *'| n�� *  t?n<i7r l��i��tH��{ of i4T����iit<��f lUllll'. >'i lrr.iv (  tlvo.anrl   eonstwtHo condition'- of 'bi  apor��n<laiffts, charavtcriwd   by dialing  paiiW, Ma."  PrMh<ftitc says of I7n,'-f<ra nf "hva  found this plant to p..-j-> i a��--l" J ,  benobcal tnuufiietn in. ca-e-, v[ li-.-it.io  v.-itb wpiikm*-? oi* dultpam in th-rcni,  M iiun!w-<nrrai Ismail of the b-iekir*-'"fill Is^onr< of oi.r ni,n>-t valaiM-.-if ".f ,  ncttnv as a uterine tonic end pr..d i.��^  removing abnonncd co'id!ti<.'S ��J"-'13tl '-  tbo same time tL linp'irt*- toa-v iikmi^  to the reprndactivfj oifr.i/'V    lb �����>. �� l5  ^tniu'h use?!, in Icunin Vu<t, ��'��t(w?rr'i��<ii  1 dusinenorriiv^i.  A-r\sricin,.vB niA=in  removed by It^is tfjwlrnt .b'lf'v a^^  spgndoncy th*.l. fffa artdf'' Oi'"',rra^  ��� 'len. Jn thos-" cas^b in miiIcIi "'Y l!  pehlce fullness tho m-'iini?. ti,'ir'nf,;  dfivva ora-nni frfll fl�� if fim uovM A''  out of tho iiviJii. Its ,tc:i ai huro is "o  decidWt" ' .���, -  IV. Merced Plea-ant TV:i-i-'riir" rj��  oiiMin",p, Pick and bfbe'i- !."f,u";y,(r0  ?.ln��w<, eosuvci|.".i, or i,i4i^(!i''jt'fl11 w ';,  bowftl< Jo"�� of npp'tft/'. ei 'I'd ���'''���^''  i-'inr <.t(ira;ich, v,iud\ held) "'���'-��� "'",',  "b'trti,"  pain   and   di-tie--  'l'!".r. <H}���;  and kindred deiaibfomentj "' tno '��� u-  hLniruir'b and  b-.ivcH. , ,,.,  I''-r>jn'i   nubb'etcd   <e   ;'a-'  ��,! '"' .1  trenl,!,.^ t-benSd ii"ver be  '.'(lii'Jt ) H;  of (He "Ple��sirit   (*.'!le(-    ���*  lt'i,1,i. r JJ  pnv)f of U'rlr ".iipt nor c^    '  " ���"     ',H  'nnhfelly I"- v.ud  thit d    - ;uv".f\,  ! iid 'pi.'d a. 11 bmi-ebolii !��� ,..i..i"'r'  I !Y>V.r]|itl��. -IVIIct* I. a j^'(v,:,,'?.s  1  tu-.'n itbruii".   Tln'vri'KM"    '''.\ V'Y  I  nnd el.\i-i>i'ilic liver. Mom   b'l"1'...-'  A^ ,1 ��� fliei;. r pill," I-) iiu'i'i  I !���'." rine cavil u.iv.   'J'" 1  !"  Vt.' "i  'dl 'I  urb-tii^ ft'i'ti u\ ere.if fun. i'  I  em-  of   i!in,(>   little   "1Y" '  I   ti'iv, --I,.' n-''(.a("d, anil 1 .    '  .���.(���uceh 1 up-cr tb.in mil--  I'1'        m\)\ 11  lit-    I'.. he's   Ciii'ir.ini -s'    -''       i tut  \  Advi .-rui!! be-cut l'-e |>ip' : ''"',;���. a  '/ ,U on.'-i ciib-.t.n.ip--. er (1 ii-"     '������',T'|Mt  Addict Dr. It   V. 1'iik . i"'-1''-'  PRiNTI.Nfi  tDssscasacESs.'fflaaBiasr^  ���THAT'S OUR  BUSINESS   -  livery Order   placed   *]  .���.^f^sse*3"  111   I"*-  means a snlis  ficd customer-  v\  Our Prices Are a  fhi  Hat  os on  work of any  rlll'iP  tipn  or   (|iiilntity  'I  noted  uu:  ill'-.  ul  iciiUon.  c  ��W5BffWWJ!WBW8Wlt^^  3C!s:ia3!a=5i  sxgas.-aszsz**'  axaW*  THJa-MO^IBiMAP-B'-tt.      Iu

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