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The Moyie Leader Mar 25, 1910

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 ���  ���  ���  ��  ��  .to  f  1  %  if  4  i  '.  v-  i  M  ->!��*,  ^  S  m  mm  i��,' .is  s  t  ]  "��� I  P  s  ,A\  I!  Do your, eyes bother you?  ''Consult W.  H., Wilson,  of    Cranbrook   and   get  satisfaction.  yOU 12 N.O,.5J.  MOYIE,  B. 0., FRIDAY,^f ARCH 2&. 1910,  illiCjiU-,-  ���v  1  iii.*'; \f-ur  TIMEriE��:��  from  Wilson, the Jeweler, i  m  Spring. Openin  Hats and Caps, Shirts,  Linoleums and Wall Paper  ' ���AT---  Brought Bodies Back.  GA'NONtt BROS. G. B. CHOCOLATES  ' \'/e./-q\ ;qwynne: .."  OUR BEST ADVERTISEMENT  -, *��� - -o  13 the K'o. 1 quality and-freshness of our groceries  We are  receiving-, regular  shipments ,  1 of fresh vegetables., Leave your order...  'Try  a  package of* ILiublrsy ��fc Palmer's liiscuits.  i i     Six varieties.    'Per pickage 20e.  The bodies of John Maekio   and  James -Mnnroe,   victims   of  tbe  Welligton disaster  on  the Great  i Northern,   were   taken    through  Moyie on the flyer   last  eveni  to Cranbrook.   J Uve Clark,  w  wonfc from here' found .,tho  hod ies  in  the morgue at  Seattle.    The  body  of  Geo. -Ilerrin,   tho   third  slide victim from Moyi'o/was 'sent'  to Victoria for burial, he having a  sister living  in  that city.     The  chief 'object in bringing' the' bod-  (iesof Mackie.aud  Munroe   back  was to complete tho identification  tj . jso that no troublo wquld{ arise in  ! collecting  insurance  and   procur-  curing some money   that   one  of  them left in a, local  b.ink.    Hugh  Wier, who know both  men  per-  jso'nallyi' will   go ��� down ' to   Cran-'  brook, today to assist hi .the  ideii-'  tification.   The'bodies are said to  .be' in a fairly good state of preservation.    All three men  were employed at tlio  camp  of ihe  East  Kootenay   Lumber   Company   a  short   distance''south of  Moyie*  All left-hero together fdr  Seattle,  and were'in tho disaster in   which  almost 100 lives were lose    ���  1        GENERAL FLOAT        |  %      ' ' . /A  'y^esrSSSSS'SetrsrcS-S^SSscSS^^&li:  . . '  , ���(  ��2 A YEAR.  New lm& Company. i|^������-^^^^^������iee/������6������e������:������������a  A new land and cattle company  -,W  S tit Lako,Cicy is reported to bo I "na J"ft been organized in   which I \fy  overrun with'"carpenters. . ���   | two  Moyie  men  are heavily  i,i_ / \��>  terestec'l.     Tt is  the  High   River, ,'ty/  ���ft" I . r-"���!.      it is  cue  iiign   itiver,,u/  in-   .   The mines of Rutte, Mont., have \ Wheat, and Cattle Comoany, and'JK  ho   a combined payroll of $3,000,000 a  the head oflico is at Trail.      S    C\  , JK  fc.aylock, superintendent of the ' 4>  St. Etigcno mine, is-the president, 'ai  and E. O. ltumm, head accountant \it}  Daring- the next ten days we will  give a,special discount  of    '   ���  year.  The-K. li. Eidy Co, of Hull,  Ont., mzy start a branch factory'  at Calgary.'  61  :tt the same property,  is  the sec-! rti  rotary.'   Ifr   is - understood   th.ttj^i  Barneys .McDonald, formerly of J sovefal .other  employees  of  the  general manager j .Consolidated Company are heavv  Jlossland, is uow'^  of a' smelter in Mexico.  .stockholders.   The  company has  , '-?��� " f 7,000 acres of land south   of   Oil-  I rinci Kuperfs Jb;min Catho- gary, and between High ,r?,iver  hes have dedicated and fcik.-iiv" po- and Clarosholm, and'050 head*of  Session of their new church just jctulo. Mr. Blaylock returned  completed. % '. lt     the first-of the  week from   the'  Geo.' C. Egg lias succeeded'.!. W. l'anclj> nfter- letting a big plough-  JJpiiueDt as'representative, of  tho|lug cou,tract. ��    '  international Correspondence sch  ools foi- this district.  �����  The K.; of ���P. Ball.  G-et  the habit.'    Go to  R0S.:"& '  Cranbrodk's Y. M; C, A.-  t    *4 r ���  j Tho new ,Y. IL. C.A. building ,at  'Oranbrook will be built on C. P.'II?  land over 'west'of the St. Eugene?  hospital." The,proposed building  will be a frame structure, 9Qx36  feet, consisting of abasement and  three storeys. '        ��� -    '    ,  Jack Daly, who was so' unfortunate as to lose his eyesight'iu  an .' v�����.i. 'v      i -    ���        ;,.    ,  �����--j    u   .,.*.',                                  J>ext,Tuesday   evening,   Mirch  accident at Moyio two  years  ago Uoh,   *iV   ���- '          r    /   T.  .  ,  i,���, ���,.   j.   ,         .            J,            feU'  -Jth, ht. Eugene L.odge Knights  ����ftL_\ ��'g" "tobaraj H ,,yf r���:-". �����*- '??-��� 'oU  ,-i  . annual ball.   .For the" nm,ic Prof?.  Ibis said that J.' P.'M. Pinkham {C'^P'wan and Salmon  and   K.   O.  Kamm have be'en engaged, and K.  D. Stiuson, the, chancellor commander of the lodge, will bo floor  manager. A lip suppsr will be  served. - Tickets $1.30. .Lidies  free.'    P. J. MeAIpine, 'Hugh' Mc-  ��� our entire .stock of furniture,  stoves and.rang'es,-.sinks and  enam'e'Jed-ware.  This stock consists of-beds,  '���mattresses, .-springs, dres-  sers, stands, lounges, chairs,  tables, heating and,cooking-  stoves, ranges, , sinks and a  full stock' "of enameled '  kitchen ware.  intends severing'his -connection  with tLe Imperial ii ink and will  go into business for himself..  -One of "tlie hardest fouglifc municipal campaigns  which  has  ever  cicEacherii - & ��� Macdona!  fe ^S*. ^Si5i^^:'!as-^!*L-*; ���;>;'  ~Z����<Z**~ ��3l>* <>jwl  y-*^ *-* 't&r'ttlr ���-&*���_&? t^r'stir 'i__r  ������Sz'i'p.  ��( _ a . ���   ���.-���vu.       4iii,j        OVUi. ��� .     -   ,       w�� "IJ1UI.J        J-JH-lfJ U.        .?!.(_-  taken place iu Fernie was brought Donald, K. D. Stinsoh) A. Gill and  A. ,.     _       - 1-   _ _ ���.,1.1 _ /t       �� �����       ^~.       . l_  'Bright Baseball Outlook.'  ^-"~mmsihT Ciri;i SIIEl>':'lS0T7'^::',''  INSIJRANCE ,and MINING  and INVESTMENT BROKERS.  c  , Head Office ,    CRANBROOK, B. C.  WHEN SPRING COMES  Last year Moyie had the crack  baseball team "of the Kootenays,  and the outlook is just as good  for this year. Ray Crisler and  Harold Grady, the'' pitcher and  catcher of last year, will again be  in the team,'as will also E. 0.  Kamm and Geo Morrow. Then  there are several other good men  here, who will make up the balance.  to a close with the recent election  resulting in- the return of Mayor  flerehmer by a majority of 27.  C. If. Caire.comprises the committee in charge.  c,-'  ilveiion Celebrated.  People emulate the season by tire.ssing themselves* in new  garb; and the shoe question is not of least importance. To  voung men who desire '"'Sh.oc Individuality" we commend  our shoe stock,   which ^ includes    the   following   well   known- OUe of the principal  ones in   get  leathers Kangaroo,    Gun Metal,   Patent Colt Skin,    Calf Skin   aud  ting it  up      Tho   Xeslon   Daily  Mule Skin, wlfcich can't be out. kicked.  11. J.-.CIark has been appointed  by the heirs of- the late1 John  Houston to, take charge of.thV  Port^Goorge Tribuue., Olark was  formerly, editor'of the Daily Canadian, ��uiblished'at Nelson several  years ago.  J. K. Johusou, publisher of tho  Creston ReA'iew, has been officialls'-  appointed a stipendiary magistrate for tho county of Kootenay  and judge1 of the1 smalt debts  court for Cre*ton aud within a  radius of 15 miles therefrom.  St JEagene Writeap..  (.-      ���  'In the Ksue of February ,19 th of  the Engineeu-iug'-- .and--s--Miniug  ���Journal of New York appears a  a very complete writeup, of the  St. Eugene mine at Moyie. ^ The  writeup is by- E. Jacobs, secretary  ��f the association of Mining Engineers of British Columbia, and  on the staff of the engineering  journal. ���    '  Protected by   Providence.  Zific Bxperiments;  at Relief Fund.  "The  $50,000   appropriated    by ," There  was   a ��� public, meeting  the government, for making  ex-!,   ..    ' . - ?,  iiekl at fceruie a few evenings aga  periments in treating ��and the  pro'diiction of zinc is1 now- 'available. Some of the processes, in  use in the. United States will be  investigated, and ^experiments  will probably be mule at Nelson,  wuere already ' there is' a zinc  plant. -This plant was built some  years ago, but was never operated. - '        -'    > .-  Items,  There was a big concert at Sil-  vorton on the evening of So. Patrick's, Day. xMr-,. Patrequiu, a  former   residont   of   Moyie,    wa��  J. W. FITCH  AlOYIE'S    LEADING   HOTEL.  Hotel Kootenay  The best of accommodations  for  the Traveling' Public.  Lirgo and Commodious Sample Rooms. Billi.-ird Rooms.  it  f  r>  *>  ii  i  *. ' ^  $ McTAVISH & CAMEROM Proprietors. fc.  ^_%mwmm'" .���iiistssBsjaBra'.^.ritl >���������'   -   -*.**_*���. ������������ ��� wm��^^.mk.^..-^.m w, ��..��.  OUR.   3LSM1.^^13E1*^:1.S  20 Century   Brand Clothing  Stanfield's Unshrinkable   Underwear  G.   A. Slater Shoes  Call anel see these reliable brands.    If you don't you  will be sorry.  A.  lal Bank of Canada.  Capital ;Anthorize'd���������-----���$10,000,000.00  Capital Paid Up������������ ������fl.OOO.OOO.OO  Reserve   Fund-  News'of last Sunday contained a  complete" account of the affair.  After paying all expeuses ,?So wis  cleared. ',and this was presented  with an appropriate address to  Father Jeauuutte, the Catholic  priest who is in charge of that  district.  Spring Millinery Opening.  j All those who witnessed tho  grand display of spring head gear  I at Mrs. Iv A. Kill's Wednesday  evening, nuclei- the auspices of the  Epworth League, were pleased-- to  dud the fashion* so numerous nnd  varied that e.ich peculiar stylo  of beauty was quickly and vory  satL*faetorily suited. Tho military effects aro ���till very much iu  favor.  Starting Up ihe   Hill.  Gradually tlio upper workings  of thoSt. liiigeno mino are being  reopened. vl>. I' Hooper, former  chef at tho 1 Lotel Kootenay, but  later at thn Su-ciety Oirl mine, is  opening the board ing house, and  is preparing for a full foico of  men.  By a recent luling of His Honor  Judge Forin, hereafter it will be  ucses*.ary for all applicants to become British subjects, to appear  in person in the county court, lin  support of their application.  Some people are of the opinion  that there will be a shortage of  cars for handling ' lumber this  spring. It is estimated that at  least 10 par cent of the wheat on  tlie prairies is yet to be shipped,  anel that most of the ^cars will be  used for this purpose.  Pernio Free Press: Just as the  westbound local was pulling out  on Thursday an intoxicated man,  who had got tanked   up  eaily  in  Moyie's ' football players ara  getting busy. The boys are plan-  nig a game to be played between,  the mine and the mill t��ams on  April lObh at the recreation park,  at Aldridge.  'Several persons are  in  arrears  to further discuss the'llelief Fund  controversy. ,  Those '   who    had '  got nothing from the   relief fund  'were anxious to get a. 'sharei' anrl  proposed'tha.t"those'who did  gob.  something, repay' a    portion   of  what they received.    The persons  who  had  been   asked ' to    repiy  wereready, with a'Ve^Jutkm asking the committee to refrain from  endeavoring to t collect  any  monies from any one.    The parties pf  the'first part objected very stren-  I uously to , this   proceeding 'and  a  J very animated eldbate ensued  for  a considerable time.    The pe^s.us  wiio  had  been  asked   tj, rupiy,  cited mauy   cases 'where  p.-r*ons  theea^fe! between the platform   fco   the   club   and   these   are   re-  andthe rails  while the train   was Luested   to    rmdee    payment    at  m   motion.     One  arm   projected  once to Fred Ego. the ��ecieta v  over the rail, but was   withdrawn *eciet.iiy  Harry Schorlommer has iuven-  ted'and recently patented a rock  drill chuck which seems to have  answered every test to which it  has been put. lb has also been  abundantly demonstrated by   the  just in time to prevent it being  horribly mangled, which prove*  surely 'that the booze fighters  guardian angel was very mucli on  his job as the man escaped unhurt. Had he been sober he  would in' all probability have  been seiiously iujured or killed.  Plan Better Roads.  The Leader  has been  given  to, *         .,v,.^  understand, that tlie   wagon , road   outright    and    were   uncle  between Moyie and   Cranbrook i.  to bo put iu  such   condition   ibis  -Bad   Railway Accident.  v   Last Saturday a fi eight engine  jumped the track at McN'eely siding and plunged down the embankment some LjO feet. Ou the  engine, at the time it made its  fatal plunge, were Engineer Jim  Carson and head Prakemau Campbell, as well as Fireman Ford.  Campbell  and   Ford   were, killed  the  ; who had lost nothing hid received aid mid that pirtic3 who  had ii3ver baon in the city before  the fire had shared in the divHj.i  of the relief. The uon p.u-ticipi-  fcing sufferers,' properly argued '  that two wrongs could not pi5-  sibly m ike one right, so tho fight  went merrily on. - f)  To safeguard the vested interests of those who hid ahoidy  benefitted at the expanse of th-j  less grasping, a committee consisting of Rsv. .Mr. Hall, IV Wrig-  worth and Jus Lancaster was appointed to draft a resolution  which would meet the views i,f  the meeting. '  tests that a saving of  more   than | spring that it will be  possible   to  23 ppr cent over the old style  chuck has been effected. Sohor-  emmcr is a resident of Possland.  Got King's Medal  run automobiles between the two  places. Moyie with hor beautiful  lake and improved hotel*, will  make an ideal summer resort.  aS  _..._  .'  . BRANCHES   IN BRITISH C0LUMBIA-  C ranbrook, Arrowhead, Golden. Knhiloops, Michel,   N��w . Michel  Fernie, Nelson, Rcvelstoke. Victoria, and Vancouver.  Drafts and Money  Orders sold avaible in any  pari of the World  Savings, Bank Department.  Interest allowed on deposits from  date  of deposit.  Will Repair the Roads,  John Ileid, government super-  lj in tender, t of roads for this dis-  ���'2i triefc, was in. Movie Wednesday  2 arranging for tlio repairing of  *? tho wagon: road both north and  g | south of Moyie  e  sMOYIB BRAISTOH.       J. F. M "-PINKHAM,  Manager.   |' ho,tei  ��^as^��#s������s��ffisss��.��aSesses3c��3s?*&3����s3S��  Aurora Meeting.  The directors  and   those  inter-  S'cstcd   in   tlio  Aurora   mine   will  (5 ! hold a meeting at   the   Cranbrook  S'hotel'    in   -Cranbrook    tomorrow  &       i  night.  The first King Edward medal  to be awarded to any Canadian  has boon presented to Conductor  Thomas Reynolds of North IJ.iy.  Reynolds wa* in chargo of tho  Canadian Pacific railway train  which was icccntly wrecked at  .Spani*h River. Ont. Though  himself injured, he saved the  lives of cis^ht passengers who  were imprisoned in a partly submerged coach and was awarded  the medal in recognition of this  heroism,  'Reynolds is a 'personal fiiend  of R. A. Smith, postmaster at  Moyiti, the two being practically  raised together afc Noith Hay.  Ben Pugh Is Back.  J ben Pugh is back to Cranbrook.  Hen spent tlie winter in Nelson,  and it was arranged for him to go  to tho Old Man*-, home at Kam-  loops this spring. Hut icgard-  loss of tho arrangements, hei- enjoying life in tlie open at ('ran  brook at the present time.  engine, while Engineer Carson,  although receiving a broken leg  and other internal in juries, wa*  not killed, but died at the Cranbrook hospital two clays   huer.  The IC and 11 cigar has jumped  into prominence through tho excellent flavor of tho tobacco out  of which ib is m.ule.  >arfe  o  Are you frequently Ii  Do you have that annoying tickling in your throa:? LVo* your  cough annoy you at night, and do  you raise luiieii-, iu the morning?  Do you want relief? Jf so, take  Chamboi Iain's Cough remedy and  you will be p!ea*ed. .Sold by the  .Uoyie Drug & Statiunei v Co.  T  i  i > im-1  i ;r*-{ bu  WW  i&iu  Meeting was Adjourned.  The regular annual meoting of  the Moyie Telephone tt Electric  Light company has been adjourned to Wednesday, evening,  March.30th, at S o'clock.  Water Turns the Mill.  The Sb. Eugene concent!ator i*  uow run by water from the flume,  which makes a ' saving to the  company of over $50 a day. The  water' is being.' use'd , about a  month earlier this year than last  year.                No Easter Service.  Father Heck writes that there  will be no service nt tho Catholic  church Easter Sunday, it being  impossible to have a priest for  that day. The priest: who was to  come is s-ick.  Just   arrived   di-.vct   tinui   the makers a full  assounieut  of   new   .sprinq   q^ueK.      K\crv  pair a picture and the prices are tlie lowest.'  Every   pair   lr,-h   ^-.Je    .:1KI    qUa;,llUc.u[.  Men's     Tan Boots      from $4.00  Patent Blucher" 4.50  Patent Button   " '450  Fancy Patent Burl Tops   f 4^75  A laro-c assortment of Box  Calf,   Yelonr   Calf,  .'.���Metal, Wine Cdloiuv  ,aud. low cut,      ;  and' Chocolate'shades in  Gun  hiirh  LECKIE Mininff Shoe $6.00  Note the Store.  SHOl-MAKKR. Opposite Koottnav J rote].-  IBSiip^��-: -!:?-- ���;������  "���������1������"    ______^\i- ������: ..TjUvl.ivADKn, 7vlO\m UK1TISH COLUMBIA  4tt  . I -  '.8-  '.,T''  i''f'i^V'  Ufa tib  J   1.1 f<W  P&- -  PS. '  m  "A;  *-.  'Ill  ���3  :*.  m ��� "m rr in��� ~  ��� ~**~ *-J*���'^-���* ���~~���  ���rllK MUYlfi LEADER.  t1 ibhrln'il in ilii-mteri st of the people  of Mnvif .iml li.itt Koei.cm.iy.  F. .J. SMYTH. J'Vii!,i-si'ni.  i>S-5-���-*ri-&C-C- .-*-&s-r*-?*t-*-*-*-Ssi*-eK )  |, CHINiOOKERS.       '    ��|  /i> ��� , - *.       -��� -      s> j  >/>?-S59.5-3i-55s5-5-5>-5SS:5-3Se!S6*f'*ri>r l  (.-p..kcOimn.lle.luta-O*     - -  It take- something   more   than1  i  } in-ect powder to tqueltlf  a.  base  ' ball bug. " '     ,'       I  '��==T-E-^  .   s���^������^<<__C^'--7���^  1 n/7!-   or   s-uiiiCr.'.'-rio*.  Q/.f.JV.w'' - .������"-���: '$3-00  Fill DAY, M ABC 11 2-], 1010.  I  Just because a woman blows up;  ner husband, it's no sign'she's   an  maicbist.    Certainly not!  An anglcworiii'did softly weep  md tlitis bemoan its fate: "'It  -.oiiie tl.u-n bb;d don't gobble me  I'll be dug up for bait."  Me'niphis    Appeal:"    If the j ���        ,       ., .     ..  -1     -J        ,        L,i -   I     _lm wonrm who is deserving ol  ice keeps up'it.,, will   be  the j ,je mo?t   credit i-i the one who  hand that fe'ecls th'e piggies   is 'cm manage a husband and a hit ed  'Af?aid of Ghosts  Miny'people ore ntVaid of ghosts,. Pew--people  a-c jfrjtd of _cr~s. Yet tlie ��ho.sl is a fancy mid  ' t'le fcni) is a faal. If the germ could he magnified  to a'sl'/.c equal to its terrors it would uppcrr nunc  terrible tlinn nny iire-brcatliinj; dragon. Cc-rms  can't be avoided. They are in the air we breathe,  t'.ie water v.is drink.        ��� ..  The germ cun only prosper when the condition  of the system (;i>es it free   scope to establish   itself and  develop.    When   there is a deficiency of  \ital force, languor,  restlessness, o sallow cheek,  o hollow eye,  when the appetite is poor  and  the  - sleep is broken, it is time to guard   against the j'.crm.    You can  fortify the body against all germs by the use of Dr.' Pierce's Cold-  en Medical Discovery.     It increases the vital power, cleanses the  system of clogging impurities, enriches the blood,  puts the stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition in working condition, so  thnt the germ  finds no weak or tainted spot in which to   breed.  " Golden -Medical   Discovery"  contains   no   alcohol,  whiskv or  ' habit-forming drugs.    All its ingredients  printed [on   its   outside  ��� wrapper.     It is not a secret   nostrum but a'medicine or known  composition and with a record of   40 yean of cures.    Accept no  bubstitute���there is nothing "just ns good."   Ask your neighbors.  I, O. O. F.  Hlliley  I.otlco No. **���  .Meets Tuesday evenings  in  the  iMincis' Union  hall.      Sojourning  Odd bellows couhally invited.  ,Fhi:i> K.m. (     F. J. S.Mvnt.  Noble ("band.       .       Secr'y.  hi. Kuk<>'<* l.uslKC Nn. 37  K. of P.  , Mods c\pry Thnrsdny  evening, in,, AlcGroL,oj  hull ul S '(.'clock.   Yit-  in�� brelheis invited.  Iv. 1). Stixson, K. A. IIim.  Chancellor Com. K. 1\,   &.    S.  i ���   pi  th at    -rules" the]  'the    hand  'world-     ' ^ ~_Jt  Thos.   Caven", . rd'. .L  'iii at the same time.  A.  has finished His labors 'at  the  'recent session at Victoria, 'and  "he returns'to'tiis ���district  with  ';.-.)ore " confidence   than   ever  '*fl��.ced in -hiiii-.*, ��� Tom   Caven'  -7 *    '   '-j      *' ' r    '-'"'���.  has made good.   - ���-  , ,/Therc is still* a squabble on  "���at Pernio ov.er Uie distribution  '���'-.f the Fire". Relief .Fund.  >v Naturally those who received  ��� assistance-'are'reluctant- about  paying- anything   back.     So  'there you are.,  The time" for , cleaning   up  the'."dirt, and 'rubbish in  the'  town is at hand, and it' is   up  :to every resident,.' and . proper-  -ty3older' to1,do*'his   duty.'  "Moyie   needs   a ' lot of, work  iu this line done aiid needs,it  badly.     ''1_1'.._1.,'; j  < /If"any0 plums   fall 'in .this;  "district   Ih'ey "usually fall . at  ' '"vCfanbrook,. " The* latest is the  'Y. M. C.'.A. "bulldlug  which''  the'CfP. R-  will erect   there.  TThe y/M.'-C' h) is  a-"good  thing, and Cranbrook is to ' be  "comrratulatccl on getting if.     '  Tlie      Tacrma  woman     whofe  smity was rdstored by au   Easter  hut is d fferent from tho majorilj'  i p  of her sex.    Nine out of  every   10  women go crazy over 'em.  As Lowrey Sees Things:  -      \ - ,  (G.eewood Ledge.)  , In Fiance egRS are sold by the  pound. This metho T'gives the  little egg-an-equal show witb the  b'g one. " * ' '��� ,  ^'^^^�� Vsrsrsr*r*r*rS*?-r��=*r *=��������������*. t��i  WORLD'S   DOINGS.  i-3**d��3=  J5$.-$53sS= aa9s��s5*��*'-5K  The real estate boom .at the  coast is taking money that  should be invented in developing  the resources of the country.  Music'' has ~ been stopped in  liotclsi and all ���pulilic places in  .Moyie. The churches still play  ihe organ, but perhaps, thei law-  does not consider that music."  '   -  A bird will   eat   twice. its. own  weight in 21 hours.  The M ingolian race   is   said   to  be immune from color blindness.  A saloon licence in   Bremerton,  Wash., costs $2,000  a year, '  In each 1000 - marriages in  Great, 'lbitain 21,'are between  first couoins. ''  It is reported thut 3,000 Seattle  people will go^ to Prince Rupert  this spring. ' ,  0. T>. Rand recently sold a corner lot in Prince; ���Rupert for  $22,000. ' ,     ''  ,   ~���      o  POSTAL    PHOTOS.  \ .  ' it       r i  ��� 'J I make a specialty ' of Postal 'Photo work.'.' " Prices, 4  for 50 cents, or,Sl.25 a dozen.  jMISS flora DEACON.  Sc'lkiik  I.iiiIki-, Nil. BIS  A. !���'.    *   A. M.  Uegular meclings  ou tlio flist Wednesday "'of each  month. ,  Visiting brethern vtlctme.  '     ' H. .Chapman, W..M."  N. AV. Burdett, Secretary.  OLIVER TYPEWRITER  For Sale  For   $125.00  Easy Payments.  'F, j. SMYTH.  i �� ' '  ti  MOYIE,   B.   c.  *..s.^��w.^<.'^^-..^.>y>r.^^->fg-^-<;--g-^-^--?-'>'-^-S,-.^-^-a-^->..-^-ly  ^Sgj.'5��-.3>-.^>- sC.*C.>5r"<lx sT -^. ���>^->��k*'^.-'��*.,>����-->��"^'-j^-^'^����-'^^--^^ ���**'���_*''_*!��  P.O. BOX-801  PI IONK. 73  O. P. .DESAULX1ER.  Moyie   Miners;  Union  .  ;   No. 71   W. F, of M.  ;,  Meets,in Miners' Union JTall every., Saturday evening. Sojourning members are1 cordially invited  to attend. ' '       A       ,,-���'���  jg East Kootenay Bottling Co  ;, Cranbrook,   B. C.  ,. John'nays Ilammond has severed bis connection with tV.e  Guggenheim--." ,   ���     ,    .,  The malicious tattler aud  talc bearer in every eominuu-  "ity should be shunned ' as a  plague, and" all'right thinking  people should put'tlie 'seal of  vigorous disapproval upon a  practice that .signifies both an  evil nature and a worthless,  idle existence that' finds no  -more worthy occupation than  the defamation of their neighbor's character. '  i, ~  The stopping  of" music   in  the hotels in Moyie   seems   to  be   a   short   sighted   piece   of  'busines*,.'    The   majority   of  'people    are'lo\ers  of   music,  and surely there was no harm  in spending au   evening  with  such   entertainment.      Go  to  "the best   restaurants   in'  the  cities today and while you  cat  your   dinner   the    strains   of  music of the well paid orchestra fl')i. o\er the place. ' Win-  has not a hour! the same right  lO' furnish inu.iic for  In Prince Rupert recently a  ������potter for the Empire'found 9f)  'blind pig-s" anel dens of iuicjuity.  .v good deal of the boom .sold in  bhesc joints is nude onb of water,  wood alcohol aud tobacco juice. -  r.       '  Gambling is prohibited in the  Bjundaty, towns, so the people  a-e'betting their money upon  coast rod esbate. When the  bump cdmes how the tears will  How and brimstone mingle with  che ozjne,  Tho thickness'of  a   razor   edge  has been ree-koneel  at   about  one-  , .    i .  millionth.of aivinch.  '   PROMPT DELIVERY..  aueens'A7e.     .MOYIE  PTA'NO LESSONS  PLC. SALrvlOrsI  "���'of Cranbrook r  - '   .(Phone 203.)  visits Moyie weekly., .���'  Studio at Mrs. Gilberts  - Silver dollais" are scarce in  Spokane���the ..banks have not  enough to supply tho demands.  : Nelson, <��� Rossland'- and >\,the  Boundary - towns mny form" a  baseball league this summer.  Some restaurants in the west-  now provide vaudeville . acts 'to  iiimse their customers. The  Toronto Star, remarks that it  must be funny to a fellow who is  crying hard to eab a tough  chicken while some billad singer  is warbling: "Doii'b forget your  mother when she's old."  Ketchel will   Be There.  ,Ta ' Prince" Rupert Constable  Leek resigned c his position 'because he could not'live .upon $75  a month.        ,    ' (  The manager states that the  Grand Trunk Pacific railway will  be open from ocean to ocean0 in  1912.  The C. P. ft. will expend $20,-  000 thi year improving the  yards and tracks in and around  '1'ltolt. The track on tbe Phoenix  hill is to be laid with Sj-pouud  steel rails. '  Scanley Ketchel has announced  himself as being iu traiuing and  ready to be at tho ringside of the  Jeffries 'Johnson fight so that in  the event of any accielent-happen-  in? to either of the principals he  will be on hand to step in the  ring   and   give   the   man who   is  ready the fight of bis   life.      Ivet-   __���_________   ehel says ho will do   this   so   that j ~~ T^  the peopio who hnvo pail their { Chamberlain's Stomach -and  good money for the entertain- j Liver Tablet.- are safe, suro and  ment will not be disappointed ' reliable, ,aud have been praised  irdatthe same time have an- by thousands of women wno have  ott/er chance ab winning the been lestored to health through  champiou*.-hip for himself. ! their   gentle ' aid    and    curative  propcities.     Sold   by   the   Moyie  IJiug it Stationery Co.  There are no blanks in a box of  Iv and H cigais. They all draw  and emit au aroma that pei fumes  the oxone when set on lire. Id i.-  ever a pleasure to follow a man  who \i smjkingj, Iv and II cigar.  Try one and be convinced.  3t*.   Joseph's   Convent.  ���   NELSON, B. C.  ' jJoarding and buy School conducted by Sisters of St. Joseph,Nelson,  B. O. \ Commerciiil , and .business  courses a specially. Excellence and  swift 'progress c'naraclei.ize each department., Parents should ' write for  particulars! One.monlh assures the  public lhe thoroughness of tlie  Sisters' methods of teaching. Terms  commence Janu.iry, r April and Sept  Pupils arc admitted duriun term.  Albert'-Gill,  Preeidi'iit,  James Roberts  o   ;       'Secretary  ���Ml)  Harvey,     McCarter- &  Macdonald.  13  /I  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc  CranTorook, '-'   -    B. O.  W.F.GURD,,  ^ �� ilAKRISTEK, SOL3CITOK. KTC.  , l    T i i  CRANBROOK.      '   .     . '    li. C  *i  DPv.F. B. MILES,  ' ' r   .' ui  Oranbrook B, C.  ; , STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  HoTEIj.  WHEN IN  CRANBE.GOK  k. ir. sn.vr.i., MiuinciT.  Good rooms', good  tables and .bar  and fir-*b class sample rooms.  Thos.^ Summers  Cigars,   Tobacco,  Print  and  Confeohouery,  George H Thompson, "  HAU1MSTKR, '    SOLICITOR   ,  - ^  '  ,,    Notary Public,\irc.  '. v.-        !>"  CRANBROOK,. - Bhitisii Coi.umdia  vi/  JMjij'iiifiiot'urbrs of all kinds of cai-bdjialecl,  beverages. ' Wc spare no expense, to have,  our goods ,thc best" oiiHhq"market.  There are  others.  But!!   <<  if  �� I  to ,  ~/.i Nr-^sr-^r-^- ���>��>.���>��; >c---c--<'-^->��i'���*�����>*��!��� ���������*���>-��;��� ��*��� ���c-^-'C-C"*^- ^^^ \y  A  BEDSPRINQ  W, K. BEATTY  Embalnier and Undeitaker,  Phone ��. ,   CRANBROOK  r. T. :i(,Vitllc.O.K.,l'   1-.  S. 11. V. 1'iirl.cr, C  McVITTIE'& PARKER  'PltOMXCI.M. Laxh   SuRViniNO  RAILWAY   *   JU.VISli    KNOISHKIIISC  Estimates Furnished.  OFPICKS  I^orb Steele P. O. Box 25.  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.  BUY   YOUK  Cigars  TOTS.    NOTIONS   ETC.  South   Victoria   St.  Lowering Interest Rates.  MOTOR BOATS  J.    W. . Bennett',   formerly  repre.sentiug the International  Correspondence S-'hools, is  now. guiding., th:.- editorial  cfestiuy of the- I.)istricl. -Ledger  ht.. Ferine. The -Leclger could  not have a Letter' ���iiinn at the  helm. Bi-uiK-tt; writes and con-  versus - in . sir.ne 'steeu languages, and isoneoi  tlie- best  Insurance  companies   have  begun co loan money at 5   per  cent  On downtown business property j Would you like satisfaction in  hi Spokane. L. M. Davenport has ' your new lauucih? AVould you  borrowed SI25.000 on bis building like to have a guarantee on it?  at Post street and Sprague ave- NV'ould you like to have it built  ���me, and will use tlio money for from a (ir&b class design? Would  the enlargemet of hi-- restaurant, you like to beat the other fellowy  The money was scoured from the   If you elo, write us.    Wo will   be  Njrthwes-tern    Mutual   Life   In- \ glad to give you pi ices on finished   maiilifacLurei'S iust received,  -, i ,^o   surance Company of Milwaukee,    .boat*,   knockdowu    frames,    pat  terns or boats partly fiuisheil.  K. HENRY & GO. }������  iiOATiiuiLUEus, NELSON, ii. C.  Nifty Spring  Lucky Po'.ice   O.ficer.  Fl NE NEW STOCK of   the  natlk"d in   Spring    Suiting-  i'roin    eastern    and  Kimlisli  Tliey   arc   undoubtedly   the  handsomest   anel .most 'dis-  Confectionery  FROM  A. B, Stewart  ���the���  Major-Wood of   the   Northwest.;  Mounted    Police  at   Dawson  fell j  heir to an rsb-ito valued   at   more !  hail 8100,000.     lie  has   gone   to  'its home at Tbilifax,   N.   S.,   anel  ,vill probably f|tiib the service,       j  ���7''  Wm. Jewell  p-j'>tcd   nu-n  Whil  e a  'arc   e.tl  Q  iii   die  alistjio i:  and     (fie  illl:  -.ni'ii  un  if it li i'i i  --;��� riro nf  country.  V not   a  cause  rcsnc's't  of   t'ie  Fully  nine   out of    evory    ten !  cases   of ���'rheumatism,   is    simply j  rheumatism of the muscles due to I  .'old or damp, or chronic  rlieiimi- j  dsin,  neither  of   which    roquire !  uiy'internal treatment.    All that  is needed   to  afford   relief  is  the  tree application of   Chamberlain's  Liniment.    Give ib  a   trial.    You  ire   Certain   to   bo   pleased   with  t,he i|*iick-relief which   it   affords.  S.ild by th'e   Miyie   Drug   >^-   Sta-  Express and General Delivery Business. Livery and  Feed Stable.  WOOD   AND    COAL  For Sale  .Moyie,  Leave! Orilirs nt  Owyniifc's Slore.  British  Go.umbhi  "' MOTIE,  tin dive fabrics (hat, have  yet been offered and those  who would havo something  select ��� in a Suit for spring  should ' leave their order  early. A fit guaranteed and  at a'���reasonable price.  Pressing- and Cleaning  Done  Prices Right.  C. A. FOOT  kM  I1K9AUXXIICI.     JIKOS,    rnjin.  f.argo biimple loom iu connection  with lioiiie for commercial men. Bcsl  of incommodiition.  TIciidquarters-'-fpr   Com7  ������'.   mercial and MiniugMen.   .',,'  Qukicxs ave  ��� ��� JIOY E, B. C.  SEND YOUR    WOJ..K. TO  THE  KOOTENAY       '  STEAM  LAUNDRY.  NELSON  All White Lahor.  AND  MATTRESS  Cranbrook   Co-Operative    Stores  Moyie B  0  $  0  9  As ninde by tho present brewer is admittedly tho  best Beer in Kast Kootenay. With tho Best .Malt  and tho Purest Spring Water it is uuexcellcd for  quality.    Insist on having JMoyio Beer.  BOTTLED AND DRAFT BEER  ^���tflNG  MUELLER &  HESSE,   PROPS.  ���;��� :' ��� '        ' " mo-fib, is- -'o;'  0  0  0  L. J  P. F.JOEJVSTOJV J  1 This Hotel is New and well Furnished Tje  Tables are Supplied with the Best tn0  Market affords. The Bar is Filled wita  the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  Merchant Tailor.  B. C  Loave work with tho    local agent  A, B.  STEWART.  HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMERCIAL  ���  ...     AND MINING IWEK  ���       ���-   ,    -       -        - ��� it it it is 11 ^or-'  ^��������^��������oe��������������8����o����>��eao9��*s9����fl5s?e99��s������8'  ��� M >VIK  MllH.' J .  0_$*9**  !  "v. Ik  i'/'S  THE LEADER, MOVIE, BKiTlSIT COLL'.MJJTA.  G O N-F-E S S I  tog  la  >���_�����  *-��*  3  ��� i as  a,        a*  c   jjH  tr  ' .1. ���rrirht    1000,   W  -Mon   Gropn.      Book  and   Dramatic   lUgliU  \ (CfProo*4 ��� iltH��.-r\i'd) ' '  HE ,lld was officially down on gambling in  New- York. That don't mean that I and all  tbe rest couldn't'have kept our houses tipon  and, gathered big money, but tin ring, these  periods'the Hllp-me squads made It too expensive. Vou could keep open It you.obeyed tlie hint  to "bco the cnpt'Uii" of the district. After hliu crime  lift men, nnd don't ever think they weie pikers! They  ciilk-d every night, and ns soon ns one pair were supposedly staked permanently they switched the- cut on  uh and n fresh brur-e-nppenred. That's \v|iy so many  pl.ieea close���not because of laws or district attorneys,  hut because the bulls,have to get theirs and request  It loo' frequently. , ' ' ,"  Tlio same sort of "reform" waKfngit:VtIng New .Icr-  ppy. They had soaked Ihe Long Ilraiu-h crowd so  haul that l'aly closlid up Ills b!��; rcims;.hiiiiln Club.  Tlie little 1'sli stood for raids nnd shakedowns until  (.uslom dwindled, because a iiiiin of reputation was  'n fin Id lo play In a house vvhero a pinch was liable to  come off nuy minute. I had a partner called Yukon  dm In. lie was only nbout thirty, but he'd turned  out early and began by, bnnkiolllng the sure thing  bias over lhe old'trail between Skugw.iy and l)aw-  biin, nnd when a chochaco���- the uaine kIumi to lis-  (tors' to tlie'Norlh who haven't spent n winter In  Aliihkn���came along and wouldn't warin"up to inly  of Yiikoii't, pickets ho'd do tlio���guy the'1 honor of  fsjircudliiK for hliu In person. ���    .  ' He'd worked for mo. a good while, lie could .slide  Inlo evening clothes and entertain a'party by gassing  about literature, and art, owned fin artless, boy lull  Iniigli ,Uiat kidded many a' llgblwiid into .shooting  nwny a tliousiuid whero'ho had, meant to risk a century note, and always left the mark feeling pleasant.  It's ihe best system.' I've, had the same men coming  buck for more year after year, and ready lo fight me  '_. [or the chance to get skliund.      ' ' ,.  Lsont Yukon lo nose/'around the'watering places  ncir low ii,'nnd ho, dug up a joint'that listened like  money to tne!       .        " fj  It was fit Shelter lt.iy. not far fiom Long llraneh.  Ilnikers and b.-iukei.s kept .summer homes there, and  ll \wis within easy automobile or power boat ride of  Inn other resorts. . '    ~  "There-"s n (lossy Inn'on the water front," reported  Yukon, "nil ready to go Into. It's furnished, small,  restaurant, big grounds, boathouse ,nnd' landing.'and  fin lease at S*3o0 a tnoutli. It'-s small, but we ain't  i out In' rooms. If you can ding tlie piny there It'a  just the place.    Owner's too Hi to run It."  Starting the Game. ,( \  To cut  tlie details,  I  rented  Shelter Inn and fcent  Y  diiwn   my   erew   from   the   New   York   house,     "i'lie  builder had designed a long dancing hull,'which ex- ���  ','ended out over the wntot-.'fonnocting with the second?  floor of the,hotel by a long passage.    A Might of steps  gme entrance from1 the- llqiit.   The oilier door was at  tin; cud or tho passage.    Underneath the lull was a ���  storehouse for boats.      ". t ,t  >l" When,! had' sumptuously furnished tlie hall I put'  ,ln the faro Invuut. n roulette wheel, a chips (able and  hi.tde provision for a stud game lf,<iny ono wanted It.,  It was n swell snaie. and belter than some of my  tiilllloitnaiio customers had at home. My black cook  tiiini' to lioss' the kitchen, and Yukon provided two  wniters who -liad worked 'in such an establishment  before and knew how to foiget whatever they -saw.  Wlii-ii no. iicte nil set for business, with the 'phone  gel'ig and my automobile ler.dy for sei\iee, I notltled  unions persons that there was something doing at  Mieltcr U.iy. My ���'club house" "as so arranged that  lu'e.iso of a raid I o.iiJd hold the fort until the evidence was stc-.ud away.-  1 was eating bteakf.ist with Yukon one morning  wlieti he clipped an  advertisement  from the paper.  "litre's   another   Shelter ,11111,"   he   said       '-Pipe: *  ���Slielter  Inn.  f.oug  llratich, offers  supcib  b..nrd.  ?10  a week,    lloadni:. tenuis, everj eonveuieme and pleas-  uie     Cuests iwet at slall'in.'"  "Well, (Hat's not nt'Shelter l'ay." I said. "What  of ItV" ( t  "lie fiimiy'lr' they gut r-Oine of our folks by mls-  tal,e that'-, all," s.ikl he. "1 pas*.id it jo-teid.iy. An  in\ fill Joint:"       . '    .  I wasn't interested, aivl said so. No one but .in ass  wns going to iiilv tlie two.  'It;n minutes Liter Pfolt, my black steward, called  111.' to Ihe ti-lephont'. Tlieie was a woman sqiinwkiiiK  Inli' It, eiltlcntly the eemtv.il, but I cmildn't hear nnj-  tlilng. riualty I c.iiight part of It. , She uskid If  Jt-sse Ilaiulm could gU a room ft-r $10. To make  sine  I  repeatt tl  (lie question.    "Yes," she answered.  The long dlslaiKe \i ns acting prankish, nnd II w a*3  all 1 could do to nuke her hear mo.  "Why, till him to como down ai.tl be my guest:" I  b.n\k'd. "Whai? Kates? Any rate he wants. I  don't care What? Well, ten If he Insists, [hen, only  toll me his train ami-TU send the 111 ichin". To d:ij ?  Vis, If he hurries���(be three o'clock bo.it fiom New  Volk. All llyhl. l'.hV Iliioin for two': Twenty. If  >cu UUc    (ioodhy."  I wa- all Iu when I dropped the receher. Yukon  wns plea-anlly e\tlletl. for .le*se llainlin w.is about  iisilpe a lhe 1 ue as t \ er hung in the line A couple  ��f Mi} dealers weic- stalling nioui.d In (lie bar. jnwn-  Ing oxer ihe papeis. Their was the bay to swl.u In.  but they pieltiud ,\ shtiwer biuh In their rooms.  <-oiiuli.\ lite bt.rtd Ihein. A gu} who u orl.-s all night  niiil sleeps nil on} ain't strong fti-iu:.il pastimes. '1 lie  sun hurts h!*. eyes'.  "Well, boys, we'll 'have a lUi'e trade to-night." i  snkl, "and besides.'Hamlin there's the Wall street'  bunch: from Long I'.rancli."      '���'���' .' .  While   I  expcctVd  iu.  rerenue  -from   tlie  rooms;   if  ;  Iliiinllii felt like jinying he slioultl have the privilege.  'J'lie. reshiuraut  and   Imr ��� w;Wc, expected   lo bring   I"  eninigli to'run lhe place. .',' ,  Then; was a young'man-iu (own who had just got  .' his eager inlds ou':i trust fund created fm- his bciielit  aild iield uiitil his twenly-tit'th year, and if 1 lured'  hliu to my cosey relival and got him [..osene.l up. a-s 1,  knew 1 could, I'd be even for all summer. A few persons'while autoinoblUiig would'stop'nnd order lunch  oi- a drink, lh these cases they were served, but at.  a pretty, steep price. Still, they got the cream or <"*'.  nmrket, and no one cared If they cunt hack or not.  In fact, I hoped they wouldn't, for gossip'tntvels.  fast, and Shelter liiu could stand a lot .if silence.  "Ladies1" a Curse.  I sent Yukon In the machine to meet the boat train-  It began to rain, and at. live o'clock Was unite dnnc.  I heard the cur roiling up the road, got .Into a dinner  ,'tucket and prei/urcd to   welcome  tlio  mark and  his.  Sturgis Opens for Business at Shelter Bay and Unexpectedly Finds a Wife  BY   HELEN   GRliliN-  l  WAS TRYING TO QUltr 'm.U   WHEN  .MISS  1U.V.L1N  CLOWS UP TO US. GAVE A SCREAM AND THEN SHE TOPE INTO HIM.  'lf!l   her  to hike up  here.    I can't  get  fileiul.   On ihe last step I hailed, for a woman's voice  bounded from the xetar.chi.  Oh, but I got sotv'. Ila.l that limit brought' some  ,10I1���his wife or some one'-: else���ii wa* all the s.ime.  for a shirt can spoil your business (pucker thin a'H-  ���thhig el*e.' I was thinking of tli.it when S'-olt softly  came up to me. '  ������.Mlsf l-Viink," said lie. gi inning, "so we got ladies  }e,ih, an' }����� done ftdigot to tell me bote Inlu" How alls  foiftle table. Jus' listen at MM' Yukon: (\>n.U he-  talk sof 'an' low when lie wants |oV lleck.-n he'd  make a hit In any coinp'ny "  "Hut. ciuse it. (hey must hnic *lcpped to tret old  or the r.iln. S< oil." 1 *.iid: "Slut's .ill There are no  women t omlug. heic.    It's Mr   ll.inilin nl'd 11 fiti'iid.'/  I^moMil to the window, wheie, s-.ai.tluig In the  shadow, 1 could \U'\\ c\ er. thing on the eletti'c  lighted veranda. 1 ukoii w.is eii'ieslly addressing  two gills.  "Hut we ha\e to l-e mil'e sure." s.i'd the smal'er  of tvMi little (i-e.iimes. win. looktsl 1 !.e a couple of  innoient kills; ������[ho id -.'id ten a week, .lid lint's  twenty Tor (mo. and it'*- all we c.i'i .Uloid And wh.U  did jou mean by aski-.g if 1 was Mi   Will.'tis' wife?"  I knew. That wa* the dimited Sit u*o of m\ or.ips  dealer, ai-d *.lie had .1 lnl-il of ti]ipiMg the p lice to  nunc aid nuke a ial.l ou Wili-IK' enpl"}ei w h.-n-  iwer tlie fei mer filled to slip hei lhe alimony. A  little li-iul tn Wide!! *' l"s. Ihil was. :i���d Yukon,  being pe.ssiliit-.tli, was ,il��:i)* e;. lug siramit. f.-mnles  with iilariu.    Hut wli.it was nil Ih.s gib .'bout'.1  "Aid what 1 mean I*. does the ten in. hale tlie  ineal*. too? l'leise p.iidcn me fur n*l ing a-raiii,  onlv  ue���I.  a!  least - oh   .le*-*le.   wlnt  shall  we do ''  "Do? M} den l.uh, be shown to }->m r 10111 and  then tome down aid oulei .1 n:f'..^ blt'.e dinner."��� s.ti.l  Yukon eaineslly.  lie lunu.l th.il bunk l.iugh ol" his on, and afler  that  the stun' was.off., .. . -  "Iluh: I'd.'m't see-why you're'fussing so, Anne.".  saUl the brown eyed,..ne. '-It lot.ks'.just Lively to me,  and this geiitleiii.an will, consider us t).iilte rude^.if we  slav here asking silly questions-over ami over."  "(V'rtn'liilv." .said   Yukon.     He aliiu.sl   purred  it.    I  felt  like sticking n  foot-and  kicking lhe sw .���   He  ���U-d   them   around   the   veranda;   and- lit   llirti.igli   the  side door.'   I heard the stairs creak. .   ,    '  ���   "..-or C-d's  sake:"   1   exclaimed,  rushing  Into   the  bar,  ���'Whore's  Ibirke?    Where's  Mr.  HamlinV ' , ,   -  1    ll'iirl-c, the chauffeur,  answered, ine wi.h a 3*'>'m.  ������uriv tiie ladles come." -said he, "an'; fur a;-fact,  -boss l" think they got In wrong, see? Mr. <:��"' "���  he'- liunti.r that gent when the littlest gal asls li in  suvipin'. .She says they're exported. ', ause_ she  ���phoned.   Then 1 see I1I111 lallin'. an' In I hey. all 8,'U-  '���Vou'ro sure llainlin wasn't.on the train ���' .  -There, were  but   (wo  cars  and   few.  passengers,  he replied, -'and llainlin wasn't among them  1 decided that when Yukon quit aclln>r el.amber-  mllUl lllHi got down to the ground lloor again we il.  hook up on this thing.  "IJey,  Scottl    When  He'was answered  b}   the  1113   bath  is-why  >oii cairt  'that  liousi'keeiier Willi  the  keys?     Well  11 open."  They Luke the Place.  ��  I went to Ihe.*laii* and  n*.'cned after Yukon,had  roared   this  fiom  abo\e.  occupiiut ��f No. ,11.  ���'Hainii   it:  rinjraklug  get Inlo uiv room:"   .  riiie. 'The mutllttl voice of Wlllutl-* Indicated tli.it  he was ready to re|iel . boaideis. Yukon w.is pro-  fusel} begging Ids p.udon. 'The gills were giggling.  Then  I  heard:��� ^ ��  "Ani'e, dii^juu *oe all those mem, and no women at  all'' Ooid he:i\ens. *uppo*e��� -omething seems wrong  to in.;    This man can't be the ilerk."  The glrlsr,were talking t< gelher as Yukon hunted  tlie housekeeper, who was asleep, as usual.  "It's a uniriiltit-t'iil place, dt..r���but his face Is too  ku.tl for him n >t to be all iL-ht. And do remember  how we leed those .ids nil oiu heads bu/./ed We'll  *!a\ here ami h.ne one nloii-uis week, with no awful  olliee     One week, then another year of honor.    I'm  not  air lid."  llnikt's :mo*.s ^jis correct Thev had us ml\etl.  So thev h..d one week f 1 ee out of a-year? Craud life  foi a whif woman Now I know wh.U ailed Yukon.  He'd nr.i-.tler .1 nun, 1 ill kuN and women had him  l'llfl.llt id.  Tlie house:,eel er had I imi f��nmd There were  oideis fiom Miki.n. all t'.u v omen gabbing at once.  I   broke In   i.nself.  "I II *ei <1 up  1 bottle o' whe." I called.  Then 1 bt.it It lifting h\o a f"l- And jet I was  rat hei   pli istti     "WiLon  e.n-e bustling down.  "S.i\. old pil. ' he si.tl.   *li-1  10 in}  song of woo."  "(Hi. 1 111 he].." 1 ass.iin.1 him. "biit now what?  The\'ll  Sum- the whole 1111 iqi*.ide down."  ���������I h.-tl litli on A!' i.ieeu it ii to 1 Satunlay." said  he ll'.isb'.i1*, ' It's in r.n I-' !������ \Yell. vou *a!d ten  Links .1 t!.i\ lo 11 iiiiltn. 'Mi' -"! th'v.ghi you meant  pel week '< list' ske i.iilltint h".u } ou. And her  names .le**ie Hamlii \."'l that a hit? Well,  letnme put up lh.it double * i�� buck -i ilay. and the}'II  ihM'I be the w!*ei 'I'he P'or Utile t}kes. I'll trot  V:n Viroui'.tl if I don't, get any sleep at nil. Women  ���got it liretty lough, ain't Ihe.vV".    ���-'.���'.-       ...  "Oh slhil up." I said sourly: "you and your bank:  roll 'gimme a putn. , 'I'liey're, here and they'll stay.  We'll take their two little 'ten' spots, and you can  111:1 it up for 'cm at the bank the day they're leaving. Only keep '0111 both away .from me. 1 don't  like skirls."    ���'���   . . , '-   '���  ���'You're a  prince," lie began,  but  I  waved  linn on.  1 saw the girls later at a table in a corncr-und lmr-  ritsllv warned Scott to keep niir; menus out of,sight.,  for iiam mill eggs'at $1.-"> and peaches nnd t-reani  Ihe same ���lidn't.libe with boiird'ti! Sin a week. Yukon  stuck around, of course, lie.kept .it.up until I warned  him to leave 'em alone:-'Then-he declared that he  was onlv Irving to make it-clieerfiil.  1   was -talking wiih   Willetls on  the  veranda  after  dinner. ' ' .   ' '  '   .' ,    , "    , ,  "I onlv want the big boys. I remarketl. ihe  pikers must keep'right on. going. This'll be a gold,  mine if thev let us alone, and I think I've squared  cvcrvbbdv; " While only, a small percentage of million-,  naires are euteriaiiiing companions, their coin makes  up for that." Two brown heads t'liine into view- just  below: The lain-was over, and our fair guests were  strolling around 'the inu. .So was Yukon. Had they  heard 111c V  1 lmpe-d not. ���       .._:..-'���    .-';.;...-���.-"   -; -,.��  -���  "How about'a little trip In the launch Just for a  bieather'r" Ynl��on was suggesting.  1 leaned o\ er the rail. >  -  "Don't Torgoi that }ou go to work nt eight," I said  sharply. , . '     , ,,  "What, nt niglit?" they were asking him. That 3  a  fuimv time to go to work."  "Hut" I'm (he night watchman," said Yukon cliecr-(  fully.  Wall Street Arrives.  They laughed incredulously. He had swltelied to  evening chit lies ami looked a pretty ^classy watch-,  man At eight I saw bun headed for the club house,  and followed him. We loafetl there until eleven, when  the Wall street people, having made 11 good many  stops  lor liquid  fuel,  ntri\od.  It was a bus} night, but tlie total clean-up was  onlv ordinary. At live o'clock I went to bed, awaking" an hiiur'ialer. I was fidgety nnd couldn't sleep.  I lang for a drink of booze, which I ne\er touched iu  business limits, ui'd the bar boy fetched it.  "The lnilles aie up," said he. "I was riozlu' In the  bar, an' thev eame a walking' in. wonderin' what  time bieakfast was. p.) I said to wait awhile an" I'd  tend to It."  What the devil did any one want to get up in the  middle of the niglit for? Why didn't they sleep? I  pondeied a moment. Tlie cook had been up fixing  tlie crew's supper at four-thirty. He wouldn't feel  much like piling out.  "Can vou cook?" I asked. >  "Me?" said ihe barkeep. '���Ilully gee, no. Out I'll  go after It an' take a chance."  "Oh, curse it'." 1 breathed and nro*e; "they must  eat."  Some one padded along the hall. Tt was Yukon In  bath robe and slipper*,    lie stopped at my door.  "Watch me ,;et that grub." lie juiwncd. "I'm the  old enuip cook. Soon's 1 get my bath I'll be on the  job and the} won't know, because Ma', here will  *er\e it.    lie fan be 11 waiter for once."  We made the cook i.ud Scott stay up after that.  Once I stuck .uoiii'tl ami f"d with 'cm, ami I ne\ er  icall/ed until I g"l to m.\ room Hut n man who came  to bleak fast 111 evening cloth"* must sure seem dippy.  Hut the, weie gone A Tier a look of *ui|ii'isi- neither  cracked" about It 1 gi\o "em ciedlt. rethctlng ou It  a ft el wrid,  ,At twelve that night I left  the club room  and lim-  rietl   dowir-the .corridor... to   get .some, blank   checks  which a loser was ro till out forme.   .Passing the girls'  door their.Voices reached me.  'Thiive hoard automobiles and-earriage wheels for  three nights, but 1 ���������wouldn't wake you." soared  through'die'transom, ".lust now I stole out and almost ran into three men who weie going toward what  Mr. Carvin said was only a .storehouse. One said, -l  lost twelve hundred Tuesday, and seven hundred tonight i.s .stronger than lean go. Is his game square?" ���  'The other one said. -'Oil. sure It is; lie's one square  man, is'.Sturgis.'    .lessie. we're In a den'."  "We haven't been hurt." saitl the other sleepily.  "It is not a den: You're dreaming. Mr. Sturgis is a  fine 11.1:111. 1 know what the antes arc. Long lirancli  is a prohibition town, and' the men come here lo  drink.    Mi\ Carvin told me." : '-'..���'  "Do you'know. then, that what he said was champagne eider served to all the guests, iind that we had  at lunch and dinner, was real, champagne,-miss?"  "You've got a mash oil him, you idiot." giggied  Jessie. "Any one could see that. 1 only wish Mr.  Sturgis would worry about me a little." (.    .  It seemed about time for me to be 011 my way.  She'got her wish next day. I didn't go to bed at all,  ami 1 lo'-.l; 'em for a twenty mile ride in the. launch.'  I  spun Ifuine   expurgated 'yum.*:  of  Uiffereut  phiccs.  Hnd Jessie enmo back with tlie simple tale of her own-'  biief life. "One week out of a year to rest.'' It was  h- mv mind us she talked, and it stayed there,nil dny  tu d part of the night, until the sudden ni rival of th��  ni.-i'.e. Jesse Hamlin drove other things away. I didn't  mention mv <-dd mistake. He explained that he was  ^jgnlng on a'wedding trip to Thibet and wanted a flyer  or two first. ,'      , - , __.___*.-  Long Way from Broad way.      '_^__j  "Win out expenses, you know-," he laughed.  To Thibet, oh? It,was a long jaunt from rtrond-  way, nnd it would be well to "take" Mr. Hamlin, nnd  take him quids1. .  lie llki d any Torm of gambling, but the dice best.  "'A craps  game's speetlv  action."  he observed.    "I  -got fond of it In California."    He begun to play,about  nine. '  He probablv wouldn't Care so much for It Inter, roc  I-fancied that" the sagacious Willotts bail n few pairs  of dice that might be new to him. He dropped three  hundred 'at the craps table and wandmed out to the,  1 on let tu wheel. , This iiime pleased me, nnd 1 honored  llainlin bv taking the operator's place.  Mv customer hnd shot nwny a chunk In houses of  chaiice. but be, like millions of others, might havo .  gainblftl for fortv years and'never < tit his eye teeth.  He considers himself a 'Sport," and in his case tho  synonvm for sport was "sucker." No one but a fool  smear's his bets all o\ or.the board, rortuiuitely, Hamlin was one, so hcdrlbbled twenty dollar cheeks from  (he se\eriii stacks which he had bought on the numbers, the double and sli-.glo "0," and the color. 'I cn-  coxivaged him with gay sallies;. '.���,,.  "Oh, I'll l>c-iit you yet," be shouted. "ITey! Bring  tne another drink, Scott, pioasc." <  Then he changed, what be proudly dcscilbed asr  bis "svstem" and quartered ?|>i>0 on four numbers.,  He lost'each bet. Klnnllv die won a few small bets,  which reddened  ids face ami  biighten<;d his eye.  I-lvo hundred .dollars'on red followed, 'and blacK  won One thousand dollars on .the bla< k; was his next  ofTort 'The ball clicked.'and red came up. 1 milled  lilm mernlv, and he quartered $lA-0 on a new set  or numbers lie fancied. The, ball tlueatened for nil  Instant 16 die on one of his" numbers, ,but It ���ar��h~  bled, nnd rolled finally Into a. 27?hole, on which Unnv-  lt:i hnd played In $100 the previous spin. Tlie dowbl*  , 'V fas-ciiiated him and he coiitinunliy pushed $100 <m  It I When he did the litl'.c sllver~sphere dulged tne  "00" hi the wheel ns if It were nllvc. Single -0." 7, ...  ��>3 2���nnvtl.li.g he p'avcd(won. except the-double "O;  :\T> won two small lwts for him. '��� r.ntlccd by n hunch  be,didn't slop until $l"J0 lud  dribbled awny on  the  same number. "     '        _.������ '  -I'll tell vou'the cause of Hamlin s ill luck.    There  wasn't any luck to It, for it was a cinch, but- not for  ' Down through the centre;1 of tlie' wheel ran n wire,  so line thnt had It dangled before him' he might not  bave seen It. it ran through the mbie leg, under tha  thick velvet rug nnd through It again in a spot  which mv loot covered.- A pressure of my toe ns L  smilled.nmhibly at the fool legulnted the *peed of the  spinning wheel and settled the fate of the ha!.. A<l  the bets are made before the wheel spins the answer  was eftsv. When ho won it was because I had to  'case him along. Naturally he cashed mighty few  bets and watched the big ones raked In by the man  whb'usunllv rolled the wheel.'now nctlng as croupier.  It was six A. M. when Hamlin turned a dull eve  011 nie nnd thickly said that would be plenty. He  wns prettv well boozed hnd \ery ugly. I had im  check ror $Ti3.T00. n good night's business. ��� *.  . .  Yukon escorted him to a room, and when'he had  flung himself, upon the bed be muttered something  nbout'. "stopping .that check." That's, usually their  first thought. . s       ' ��    ���'.    ,      T        *  There was onlv ono early boat for Now- York.   I was  'aboard  when it" left  tlie pier.    When  1   got back, to  Shelter llav  Ilurke met me with the,machine.     ^  "We've "had a,hot time at'the hou*.e," saUl .w.  ''���Hamlin wober upMind swore-he'd have you raided.  He was siampln''arbund aii"'met up with tho two  l-dles an* one of 'cm give him hall Columbia!.. They  bad it sumpin' awful, boss, an' she bawled him out  fur fair." . �� ", ,  I was honlfled. We broke all the speed laws getting home. "Where's that mutt?"-I whispered to  Yukon,   lie Inuched cheerfully.  "U first," saltl he, "I wsi-s going to lick tlie lite  Iirlf out of him, but I knew your policy���caution. I  "was trying to quiet him when Miss Hamlin blows up  to us, gave a scream, and then she toie into IiIiil -so  Sturgis Is your gentleman friend,' says he, 'that's |t?  You'\e got a nice side partner. He's a crook and  I'm coin' to the District Attorney of New Jersey and  close him irp'today'.' Honc*-t, it was beautiful tn  .see (h.it gal, Frank.' She's a peach. She's got the  injmi sign on lilm. and he shut up like n whipped  ht-mid.    What do }ou make of it?"    < r .  I was all up In the air. Hamlin wn%<-apal.le of  nuking 11 beef to the authorities: alt of our sportno  rich are. Then I had to square hliu'. I nlw.i.v* hid  an ace In the hole on my customers, for It was neces.  snrv If thev got mistv. to come back at Yin In a  hurry. 1 had the golds on this one. for his mother  still controlled most of his estate, and I held some .of  "his paper which wouldn't mako pleasant re.idi.-_- for  her Also, he was just married, ni.d notoriety was to  be avoided.    I found him walking in tlie ground-*.'  Did He Cash It?  "Well, eld mini," 1'shouted jovially, "how are you.  fool ill" V* 1  To  niy  surprise,  he  rushed  up  to  me,  and  shook  hands. ,.-,,,  "Did vou rush It?" lie cried.    I nodded.  "Thank the I.oid there was enough to mee. It, ne  sighed. "I was afraid there wasn't, and Can in said  lour telephone was out of order so I couldn't arrange  "li wll'i the bank. You see, my mother's down on  me nheadv and any trouble"   I shook hands again, and pave him a fond c .mer  It was all right, lie left ton the next boat, and  mighty subdued wns his demeanor. Now I must Inter', lew die l.idv who had so strangely .-.ilmed mv  mark. She t'~3 on the side veranda, and as 1 approached I (���%& some hard thinking. It would be,  lonesome W..tu I hat week of hois was gone. Would  she he soiry to have?  I was a dlieet sort of guy, nnd the way to hnd  out was to ask her, of course. Now. I'd known plentv  or women of all kinds, but the sex didn't nuke much  of 11 hit with me The} wolf well enough lli,leisiue  bonis but to have one forever meddling In jour nt-  f.ilrs��� Td got that far when 1 looked up and saw the  little girl. Il was nil otT with me Site could butt  In ou my nft'alis ot do whatever suited her. My  heart  was  pumping IlKe  in-nl  "Mr. Sling!*"' she siltl *..itly. "ple.i-o come up  ht-ie. I must tell j.m something ���I must: Th.il man  Hamlin who quarrelled with Mr. CaivIu while you  were away���he was on< e 111} husband. 1 m.lined  hliu while" we were both .at college, but I had U)  leave him. I .divorced' hliu. ami refused any alimony,  ami that's. wliy I work as .1 do. as I have told you.  I prefer to work, because���miyvviiy, he threatened-���  you.' luul   1   warned  him  he'd   regret  it  if  he tried lo. :  harm you."   ' " .'   '���  She was crying. I climbed over the veranda rail.  Never mind what my next nioVe wns: I asked why  she hail left him, though one look at lilm was 11 s��'f-  Hcleut answer:  "Women', drink, nnd���gambling," she-sobbed. -...'  (in.iiibliug?' -Huiii. I'd never seen any reason to  feel ashamed of .my profession. 1 wasn't - tlieu,''but  believe me. I was some Worried.  ������CambliiigV"  I  said;  "oh,  you  wouldn't "stand  for .  igamblIng?" "���      .'      ��� .- .    '  '���'   She   blushed.     I   breathed   hard,   for   she  had   ma  winging. .     '; '      ���  "t)h, it depends on who does It," she, said. Isn c  it trui' that yoir are a gambler? Anne and I.am  sure of It." '.''.'  ������Yes, Lnt I'm 11 good one, girt," I told her. "Don t.  that make a difference?"  She must have thought so from what she answered.  Yukon and I went to town next day, and bought  diamonds with Hamlin's money for a wedding present. That junk lias always been a joke in my family.  There, you've .got my roumuce. ...    '_,..v-  III  I-.  1*3  f -VF 111 I   F
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"Jock" Brown has  returned  to
Moyie. >'    '
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.repainted.,   ■
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his barber shop.      -   o '
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Tho   postofiice    will'' ho   open
lrom 'A till 5" today.
s   Purity   .Flour    $4,  a   sack   at
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Sorho repairs are being made ou
the cotirthoiias and jail.      ' - ">    '
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Miners' Union meets   tomorrow
Victoria   Cross'tea   and   eoffje,
M the Ciiiirclies. ■
There will bo no service Sunday ;
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kootenay Motor Bo.it Co., Ltd.
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two pounds for 00 cents at  Crowe j Morning service at IL a. m,    Suu-
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"Miss L. -M. Scott, trained  nurse
of .R-ifcliwell^ Hospital,   Winnipeg,
is  ready  i'or engagements of any
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The bankers   and   lawyers   are
buying in Fair-view, cast Calgary.
real estate in Calgary- right now. j;Wheu the two railroads are coming in follow the lead anel make
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( Singer Sewing JMachine3 cost
very little more than cheap machines. Do "the, best work and
lust a life time, 3ohl oh small
monthly payments by , Geo. B.
Powell, Cranbrook.- In Moyie on
10th of each month. « '
Nareise Then-ian is  able' to  be
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dozen at 'the stores or at the
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The  bank   was'   closed   todav,
,   Good  Friday,  and   will   also    be
'closed-leister Monday.
V\r.   II.   Swan,    accountAut,   in
'   charge at the  Imperial  Dank,  is
spending  tomoirow  and  Sunday
in Nelson. ' ,
*'  JNliss Sentt, nurse, has   returned
fiom Cranbrook,   where   she  was
assisting in   tho   Sc.   Eugene  hos-J
I>I. ..McNieol wns down to Nelson
the fir*t, of the week attending
Lhu ire-ting of the Lumbermen's
A's,). i ili.-in. ■
On iicoonut of the Knights of
i'ythias dunce next Tuesday-evening, tho Odd Fellows will meet at
7 o'clock insteael of 7:30.
Tho prices in Fairview will
double in le*s than" a year. Buy
now while it'is at a, low figure
and get the profit.
The members of Key City
Ledge, I. O. O. F., Cranbrook, will
Oomc to .Moyie in a body on the
evening of April uth and confer
the second degree,
^iis3 Book waiter, of Coeur
cl'Alene, Idaho, is visitiug with
friends in Moyie, and is stepping
at the hivmo of Mr. and Mrs.
Gold win Stewart.
come extended   to all
Rev. J. W. MILLER-, B. A.
">, ■' (Pastor.)
,'      rnE3BYTEniAN".-cnUKCU: "*
Morning Service 11 a., ra.' Sunday school and Bible elas? at -2:30
p. ml ' Evening Service" at 7:30 p.'
m. Special Easter r music. \-% A
hearty welcome to all.   ,
'       , ' (Pastor.)
-HOTEL, ' ' -'  ;-   t   .,
This hotel'is now under new
management, and'isfirst class
iu every respect
,,   I'KOrlilETORS. ' '    "    , ,
"Victoria Street.     -  ,    .    MOTIF.
Established Corporation Weeds  More Capital to Cope
With Rapidly Growing Business.    Profits Earned For
tlie  Last Quarter at  the   Rate of 120  per  cent per
Your Opportunity to  Share  in  Profits  of one  of the
Most   Successful   Financial   Institutions in. Canada"
, -• - .
The re-organi/ation nf the Dominion Stock & Tlcnd Corpoiation, I/iiuiled'
icmlere'd necessary by tlie phenomenal giovvtli and evpausioii' of their" business
olTei-3 iiiveslt'irs a chance to sliarj^ hi the euoi tnoaS ])'phts iii.ijle by luruinif ovir
Vancouver Real Instate, lcjuing money fin fust inor't)J.i};es, the general tiust hu"*,i-
ness traiisactetl by tlie coipor.itiou, anil the leveuue iioui their ten storey brick
aiul stone oiTioe'buililiiig, to be ei ecteil in a cential lotvitioli.'
'    In atldition to Uiis,iubstauti.il iiicoine, shnre'hohleis   will   liavc  other   atlvau-
,tnges in tlie shape of fust pii\ ilege of borrov.iiiff money cm security',   buiJ   in   buy-
.  ing 01 selliiis'real esUtti in Vancouver, or at clny branch   offices   of' the   Cotpma
lion, &111I their interests   will   be   thoroughly   safeguanlcd   by   experienced   ami
competent men. '
The"Hoard of Directors includes a number1 of Hie   mcit   prominent   mid' successful men in the- proviuce, vvhe. ihoroughly invcstijf'.ite.l the business  and   earn-
insjs Of the,Corporation before jo^niiiR tlie Hoard.   ,\Their   names  al.me  ate  «,uf-    ,
iicit-iit guaiantce of the stability and liijjrli character of lh.; proposition,   '
PIRECTORS.      - , '
HONT.  l'KICK KI.WSON, , Chief Couunissiouer of bands'for, l!riti.*h   Cohiml^i; ■'
..   .' o    1'residoul Iulpcri.il Kjre Umlcivvrilcrs, 1'reside'nt. '
l'rc.-iileut of the Sonlh.'WtJHiigtoji Coal Co., J,td,
.j ' ' ' Diitctor     ,
rre-.ident of the Canadian Xortlieinr Ccal  Co.,   I,nl.,
Saauich T«umher Co, l(ttl.,,and Barclay Ccd ir Co. Ltd.
Vice president t.f the H.ink of Vaiicouvel-, Direclot.
' ' . < .
IJrrrjster-at-lavv, director of the Dank   of   Vancouver., ',
„ ' ,    '    piicctor.   ,     ' .-
ajmii/ii n.'unvnuiix, a. i. m. k., c. r. m k., r. s.-a.', co/iwiithiK- Kn.fi-^
, '      rlMrector. ', '    ''i,   ,,
M, £ARr,LN
J. "A. IIARVEY, 'K. C.
Medicines that aid nature are
always most successful. Ghara-
laiu's.Cough Remedy acts on this,
plan. „ Tt looseus tho cough,^ relieves the lungs, 'opens tlie secretions anel aids nature in restoring
the "system to a healthy condition. .Sold by the -Moyie'Drug 6z
Stationery Co.
Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver ' Tablets invariably bring
relief ,to -women suffering from
chronic . constipation, headache,
biliousness, di/.zines, sallownese of
itho skin and dyspepsia. Sold' by
the Moyie Drug & Stationery   Co,
Write   J.   Walters,   Box   lSlo,
or  ask  Malcolm   MeKeill,  Moyie,
about   Fairview,    Calgary.      $10
jcash, and SlO.par mouth.
HAVE YOU A DEf/P or business obligation which would impair your e=tato in case of death?
We will cancel such indebtedness
if you are insurable. Lot A'.
CALLANDER of Tho Mutual Life
of JSow Fork, . Vancouver,1 show
you. Such policies, age 35, cost I
$13.06.'" Dividends during 1910
were S2.0I, over 20%—neb costj
$11.07 per thousand. Lady
agents wanted.
Tooth Powder
Tooth Wash'
Cold Cream'
Shaving Soap n   ■
.'.   ' Talcum.Powder ,
Lah ana get   a- iree   sample  of i tliese lnigh1'grado-scientific
preparations and be convinced,of their superiority.
Br, fi, E-  'HALL
The Expert Crown  and  Bridge
' Worker. '
Office over  Mr. Short's
Wall       J'aper       Store
Armstrong Ave.,        Cranbrook
'-,.',,"   ,lcer' c
f<     ,, ' ,G'KO. H. SALirON,'   ;    ' HIa:;agiiijr Director. '       ', / '        <   \ .'      e,    -
-" ■' Solicitors.        ,    „       ' ■
,    ,'„TVYLOR & IIARVEY,      'Imperial Eank Butlding, Vancouver, li. C.
■, ,    ';, "      „' Bankers, " ,".'''
IMPERIAL 13A^K OP CANADA,,-    Vancouver, 11. C, ' '   '
's    *■   -   «   , „        ,'   ' • Auditors.fl
1       '   CHAMBERS & WILSON, '  ''       '      , ' '     Vancouver, B, C. ,   ■
"' '■ , ' •      • Secretary.    ■,*''''.
..  «s( CJIAS. HAXDCOCK, ', -        „ , Winch Building, Vau'cpiivcr, B. C.
-  ,   ,   ,      ,   Registered Office.  ' -     ,"    '.
'-      W1NCU BUILDING, Hastings Stiest, Vancouver,  B.  C~      - _-
,.,       -\   '. The time is eomiug' when you will not heable to   work as   hard a*, you   dt? r.t    .    -
present.    Make tlie future^safe.    Provide fot your old age ,'and   for  jour   family.
,    Increase your iiicome'by sharing.in the profits of  an- established,   conservatively    >
liianaged financial instiutiou. . c ,
<■ cl 16000'shares of S100 each are now offered for subscription of   terms of  $20 ou
application and $10 on,allotment, and the balance .it the rate Jil0 at intervals of 30     '
days.    Write TODAY for copy <of prospectus and statement of comings. ' *■ '
'     ,        , '- --              "Registered"''Office, The Winch Buildvng.-     '    ..- • ,          ,''            .,      .
1 , '                                           '                            '                   -   ,                  .                  -. ,      '
HASTINGS STREET.           .                _         VANCOUVER,'B. C.             '   ■'
.   . .                    . ,                                    f               >'                     i ,    -            .      ■
^gg.^.j^lj*'. S&. Jr. ^f'vjf-'j__l- jf' jf- *&<____<*_.• ^t^' j**' ^' ^rSj0r. jS?iJt%' /jf_
-B&.~Ss>gss>Sbb- _se>Sj>^e>-jae»-^s» _~*>-«Bf -jat--S5»>-son.*«ffii>~j^~G__> _&_&*_»£& __»£&,■*
\ * >V >*»* ^^* ^»* ^*-w- ^*>.* ^k* >fc," >fe' '•Sb.* >**.* >*&.* ^5i" ^sso.' ^* .^^ak* >*=».• ^iu* ^%ii.* >Sf ^b.* "^
Xnw roitit—liar silver,  ."52} cts.
Lead $1.75.      Copper, 13 cts.
LOMJO-v—Lend 1.12, l\*, iid.
Motor   .Boat Supplies
Gasoline Engines.
We have the hn gest anel best a_-
sorted stock in the interior of 13.
V, Anything u.=ed on a motor
boat we have got it. We are
agents for Tlie Caille Perfection
Motor Co., and we keep in stock
Twelve lots for sale   in  ono  oi 'a number of motors  at all  times,
Stock Quotations.
Yn.-swirn liv i;::am: j.  i.i.v.jjm.,
JJi.l A-Kul
,<-'■ 00
tho finest residential locations of
South Vancouver. Ground level
and dry, has street car, electric
light, telephone, and sidewalk in
front. Price ifOOO each, two-
thirds cash, b.ilance in 0- to 12
month's. Reason for selling
cheap—the owner purchased from
party living in Europe and bought
for a figure ratmy times below
market pi ice, The*.e lots without doubt will biing JF20O0 each
inside or thieo years, but owner
needs the cash and mint sell immediately.        Address
C J. li., Uox ], lUoyie.
o    before  purchasing   elsewhere!
call and in=pect them.     They are)
high in quality but low  in  price.
Wiite for  catalogue
and ptico list.
P. O. Box 172. 500-Stanley st
Choice  Dairy    Butter.
30c per lb.
and we are offering fine bargains and good
values in   all  ladies'  and  children's  wear.
Our women and children's shoes and
slippers are going fast It will pay you to
come soon.
We have just received a line of bay's suits
from sizes 24to 33, which are nobby and
up to date.    Come in and seethe prices.
( ,),!- .'l.lil'   il
l-..'!. Oo .l-.r)
.-•3 00
Norlh *lu-
Sj-K'.V   (.,!['
11  1
The jtoyal Seal cigai has been
before the smoking public for a
dozen year*. It. is made in Nelson
and can be bought iii nearly
every mountain town.
astern Prices- invVaflcouver
serves   vou
ic time h-as.coine when it is folly' to scud "your money ea.sL
to secure yoods at low prices.
■ . Ol'-R VAXCOt'JVER    Mail    Order    system    "
promivly ;,t Haslcni ])rices.,
■   ScikI your orders lo  our - Van
uijil.brings yuu tlie goods.     N
at our  risk.      '  '
Try our chopped beef for the
chickens, a guaranteed egg-
P BURNS & 00 H!
B. C.
icouvcr   store.,   The   return
."otimc wasted,   goods   shipped
Send for oii-r illustrated catalogue. '•
.: Henry Birks' &. Sons, ;UmiteL-
Jcwekry mail order house Geo. IC- Trorev, Man.'Dir,
VANCOUVER, B,   O.     .'
, '. •    GO. TO ,;..-
Mclofyre ■ &• Erickson
.'.-'.    ■ ..". '•'   POR-'
Jewelry Engraving  and
.''(:' Repairing.
Agents    for     the   Fmhon.s   Rose
Waterproof     Leather ;'-'pressing,
which keeps out snow- water   and
■ the feet dry.
Small  sample  box IDcts.
Sheet Music and Musical  supplies
'■ Armstrong Avenue
(Next door to IVospector office)
Oranbrook, B. C.


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