BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Moyie Leader May 6, 1910

Item Metadata


JSON: xmoyie-1.0183764.json
JSON-LD: xmoyie-1.0183764-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xmoyie-1.0183764-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xmoyie-1.0183764-rdf.json
Turtle: xmoyie-1.0183764-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xmoyie-1.0183764-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xmoyie-1.0183764-source.json
Full Text

Full Text

Array s  -il  1(1 Iv  1101  >Y  Do your eyes bother you?  Consult VV.  II. Wilson,  of    Cranbrook   and  get  satisfaction.  ./Y-Y .__       ���'o'/j.   -   /   i  -   fU*' *?  �����-.W--,.-.  j_J<iiS-iwri��icy Iv   pt.i J-.-r.s-  , in"; ycr.r  Tr*IJ7Tr,r/*r^'r*-'*   /-  -j-ii-UiriiAicr,   iiXi.i  VVilfon, the Jeweler.  '&"�� A VKAR  U'  3ui  g        GENERAL FLOAT        |  fi>  Y  *v]  it:  iC.-  it. ��� -**-?  r-u  *,  ���:  r   ���  -  m  m  ��� A mcQ. \rivt of ladies' net waists, '.linen  ryid   em-' ���  .broidered collars, belts, etc. '      ' ,  ON DISPLAY SATURDAY  Campbell's for Quality  Agent for'House of irobberliu'Yjjd   H. B. K.   Goods*1  3ee6���S���e���S���������ee���*=e2������*e33-5a.>  The Revelstoke  Full,, Fair will  be held on September 0 and 7.  T. T.' McVittic o'f Fort Steele is  recovering from a severe' sickness.  Urge Fund Raised :  *a *-*r$*�� *f *=-*=-*?-5-S5?-5$-5^ 53.-S-55-35/  |,       LOCAL ASSAYS  7'235553=5555:5 iS-S^-S^SS^a?.:  '<  1  , Jim Grior"s paper at Now Denver will'be named tho Slocan Record,  Everybody seemed to be iu the  right v-aood for dancing last Monday   evening,' when   the   Miners:,  Six hundred workmen wore killed at their labors iii,Chicago last  year. < '��� *���  Hazelwood Ice Cream  ,A branch of the Imperial Bank  of Canada has been opened at Fort  Qu'Appelle, Sa'sk. '       '���    v.,   '*  M. Moser-left yesterdaj- for  the [ii'P  coast. ^      j \ijjji  '   James Grant waa 'iu* Cranbrook [ \$  ���Monday.       , | $)  Miss Jessie Maelaclan at Morley ! V/  hall tonight.       - '    - '���  " ���*���! i^3>~ia*��'*-��s5����*. as.Ctj��*7^T ^Zt.���l  ^������$���^tB^������������^������������^  K?/  Union gave a basket social and  dance in aid of the locked out -miners in"tho Black IIi]l3, South Dakota. Yt was 3:30 Tuesday morning when -most of those participating retw-e<I to  theit:  O-teruioors. i"(~ ' "''"' **>        -', ,   jrty  Herb, Jiu-lcon, in tho-roll of auo-   K^-ind, Charlie will ralTlo  a  gold ��� )K-  I ,'nnj*n���    .1.    ... 1    _/���    ..     , ,       j .        InratfU   nl,n���r   ,,���,���!���'��� V*    '.  We Are Going to  1 f*���* .1  Sail  zlJVS.1  the  Donald Peddie left Monday  fo:  jNanton, Alberta.  !W  tiorieer, disposed of ! I baskets  in   ���v��tch abouc payday.  k  #1  :-- i.j  m  -*.**  j*-.. **>*  y.^  <-������-'*. TOT  t*.  Vv-JS  8"'-  *   -- Everybody eats il.' '^Everybody Jikcs'il.  Yellow Xiibs," , '   '���.""..  ,   .  Watcli! for tlie  Pernio wants a public" drinking  "   fountain and a,public  watering  short   order,   at   pi ices    ranging  from $1.30, to  $3-30.    The   music  furnished by Prof. Chapman   and  Miss Harrison was excellent,-  (.,        'A c:a hd- of ��� thanks,.  Gwynne's Hazelwood Parlor  ���* " . ' . ' iS "    ' 1  A. J-T. Hidlcr has purchased R,  Campbell'*, house boat,'  S. G. .IJlaylbck and, wife returned from Nulson Monday.  r,   t   1   ���   r  , ' l . ll&p'b  forget   to   renew    vour  ,On behalf of the Movio  Miners'' i?,   VAI.        , _, -    .��� -��� f,   l  it ���    - ��� ,,.     ,  - *      lu"'er-''   J-t'ee MiiiersV/'ertilicate whicli et  Union we wish to thank all those1  Ayho assisted '.in   linking the   bas-  trough for lior'sep. -r-  *v In" Montreal all saloons ( must  elose ab-10 o'clock, except on Saturday, evening?. , "L   .    -  -PJMic- g>  I* j**lvfS  ^\  ;./  "' '���' ","New."Vegetables^-.Cm  '*"���"���    .      ,'"  including radisli<?s, lettuce,  green 'onions,   rhubarb;  . etc. ,are arriving- daily., ( ,',''-,.    y  \.;01d Vegetables';^. ' -,a  We arc prepared to fill'your.orders for "parsnips,  -carrots,' turnips aud potatoes. - '"'    ,   ,    - '"/'  ,.  ,    v ���f ALL"GOOD SOUND STOCK    ,"' -,   .  1      1     ���      ' c -1   ��� 1  '        Get  ttie habit;  u   Go to '   '",   ">  ;,, CROWE BROS & CO.  Premier MeBri'de will be asked  ,fco,open,the exhibition afc Yancou-  ver this summer.    . " '  I ket social anil dance on't May 2nd'  'such a 'success. Our thanks .are  especially due'to the ladies who  no generously sent such beautiful  basket'?, they wore' certainly a  work of art, the; interior t especially abounding with-good   things.  ���bast week we cleared out' near!  y ah of, our mens'  The source of the world's clove  supply is Z-iu'zibar and the neighboring island of Pemba. '    '    '  ;^*=  ji  Dr. G.A..B. Hall, formerly "of  Nelson, has been'appointed'- medical health 6/Tieer fof.Yietoria.-  pirs on May ;31st  C IIj .Messinger, of tho firm of W  Roberts & Messinger, was east as V!/  far 11-3 Lethbiidge this week.  '  James McDougall' left, Wednesday for Calgarj^, whero he will  probably remain for sqrue time.  "Sandy" MacFYrlano Caught a  big lynx in a trap last Monday  close to the upper tank on the So.  Wo' appreciate    the    generous  respofr-jSO^of all  concerned to   our, -  appeal on behalf of th'e locked out j ^"geno llumc*.  minerq-in South-Dakota   and   can*   D.' J. Elmer was, .up  from   Cran-  assure you that, your actions   iind I brook Sttndaj-. -   Mr" Elmer is just  the  good sum   realized   will   be j back from the,coast 'where he was  greatly [appreciated, bv   the   Da-' for several weeks  l^fo ~,,'.,������ ���   -, i. 1...-'.-' _... ,    I  ��__  ._'���_  suits at prices'thai made themjnore quick  . This'week wc. Will placeV50 boys' suits from 5'  to 14 years 'at prices 'never before attempted ' by, any  man. 'A ...  t* *  o ' '1 . '  .' You canjipt. afford to miss this money saying  opportunity if you,are in ihe market for :my line of  mercliandi.se we'earrv. ��� ,*    *-'  r. ���     _Y .  ..        ".'-''     '. ��si-.vbijISicki> 1397    ' Yt        ''" ' , " '-     ;    "  '���'>   '   Sekle db ���Elxveit'��� ���  , *��      ���   '  INSURANCE   and- MINING    '        ,'  and" IN VESTMENT BROEEE/S.'-"'  ,  'o ' c     . . . '  Head Offie* '        CRANBROOK, B. C*  ' J. J. Atherfcon, formerly of the  Creston' Ildviety, is now-on .the  sta'lt 'of the N'elson Daily News.' '  In order to be ^unique, the, last  issue of the Fertile Free Press said  nothing about lialiey Yeomefe-  kot'a miners, and,their  wives   aud  families. '   '"     ' '  -   '   ' ..' '       ,'    CO.MMITTEE.  W. E. Schwa'nz came over  Will- Play Spokane  The ,Y. MMC. A. building , at  Cranbrook will be of, brick." ' Ale-  Galium <fc CoVhave. the'contract.  -rFort George now has.a baulc, a1  bratich of the l..mk of ]3ritish  North America having been "established, there.''   ' -  /* -t.   > *    1    ,  l('The   Moyie bas-oball   team   will  invade Spokane the,.fit*sfc'week  in  July   and   attempt  to   take   the  measure'of the live .teams   in   the  city league of the inland   empire's  capital.     This   is. the statement'  made,by,II. L. Jar-krson,  secretary  of tho>Moyie aggregation.  -.This will be the first in  several  years   tliat   a   British   Columbia  team,  excepting' Vancouver,   has  played in Spokane  and a great  deal of interest is being  taken   in  the   proposed   games  and  as   the  Paint  Paint  Paint  , Hazeltou  is   the  center  of  tbe  largest    packingv   camp    in     the  world.    One pack  train operaLes ! -^��yie team still withhold   the  ti  out of that  camp   with   123  ani  /nals.  V Brighten up your premises with "STEPHEN'S READY  .3MIXED PAINTS," the best to be got for any  price.1     Tviu-  ,seed Oil, White Lead, Varnish, Stains, Boat Varruish, Putty,  Turpentine, etc., etc., etc   Full supply, prices right.'-  The .Trifces-Wobd company at  Fernie is putting in a cold storage  plant aud electric elevator. Both  will be operated from a 20-horse  power motor.  J. W, FITC  MOYIE'S    LEADING    1JOTE1..  Hotel Kootenay  The best pf accommodations  for  the Traveling  Public.  Largo and Gomtaodioua Sample Uoows. Billiard Rooms.  ji" MoTAVISH & CAMEROiM  Propriefori?  ,1i -v--^ ^v--* *5-" /v-"-20S_^vr"^f*" Ay. Ayr W7&: 7^-2^-/^-7^. t^ /p.- ^sr J^i-cfs .^i-^j-zj* rry,  I  *>  Ue of champions of theKooteunys  ifc is expected that they will keep  the .Spokane aggregations guessing.  - A game lias also been arranged  with Cranbrook to be 'played iu  that city oh Empire Day, May  21.  Building Trunk Road  For thc most fastidious dresser we have the  Nicest Assortment of Mens' Shoes  in the newest  American   lasts,  from $4.5Q to $5,    See our new  Buy one and be well dressed.  E.  A.  Col. Cody, "Buffalo Bill," after  28 years as a showman, will retire  at the end of this season. The  show will continue under the  management of Pawnee JBill.  Tb is feared   the   fatal termination of the McCarthy-Moran prize-  I fight afc San .Fraueisco   will  interfere witli the big contest 'between  Johnson and Jeffries iu that  city j of'the province.    This   road- will  JuIy lth-   - bo 700 miles   long  and  will   cost  -ihoTtn-i, '' 'i-i    .-   .   Jlboufc   �����   quarlor   of   a    million  lhe Bayonne group, which  lies   ci0]iars  I between   Salmo   and   Port    Hill, |      '   will be worked on, a big  scale this  year.   Tho property  lias  $2,000,-  000 worth of or  in  sight.    A   ten  stamp mill will be built afc once.  lrom  the coast a few.days ago. ' lie is  now' traveling for tho Coledyke  Baking Powder-company. -    '  Thomas'Kvans nnd Ray Crisler  -launched their'motor boat, the  L'uira, lasfc SiturdtyY It L* oue  of the "niftiest" craft on th'e lake.  ,Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Maekto of  Montreal were in town Wednesday'for a few hours.", Mr. Mackie  is one of'the officials of the Ilill-  crest Coal A-Coke company.^,        !'  Owing to the fact that Tuesday  is .payday 'and that' 'the 'Miners'  Union desire to use rthe .hall, the  regular meeting, of'.the Odd" Fellows' lodge has been postponed to  Wednesday evening.  Harry Dimock, superintendent  of the Aurora mine, was afc Creston most of fcho week looking  after tho repair work on1 the  Alice mill, which has been leased  by the company.  The football game played afc  Aldridge a few days ago between  the married and the unmarried  men, resulted in a victory of 3 to  I in favor of the siugle men.  it/  ���jajSi^-^'-s  AlacEacfiern ;& 'Macdonakt  ^���^^���^^���^^���^���^���^___-^_^fJ  -^���j^-*jj--^.- ���j^.'.o^^-^SJ-.^^rSr^pO*.  Football -at".Cranbrook    Tonighfs Show  '���"���'  The Moyio football team will  play the Craubrook boys afc Cranbrook on Saturday, Miy 7ch. .The  kickotf will be at 0:1 o p. m. Following is the line-up of the Moyie  team: Goal! Fred Perkins; right  back, A7Gill; left''back, William  Chamberlain; half backs,' A. Pofc-  fcer, Matfc. Marshall,. and- M. Mexico!; forwards, J. Campbell, il.  Marshall, Fred Weaver,  J.   IIoss-  ack and William 'Foster.    -.  , '��� ^���  -  Fishing Was Good  The trout fishing season opened  Sunday, and every available boat  on Moyie  lake   was   pressed   into  (service.    Many persons   went   cn  JMuuroe lake and Fish lake, others J  up Lamb creek and some to Green  bay on .he upper Moyie lake. Tho  fish bit well and some big catches  were reported.  Grand Lodge  Delegates  ,-There is a large advance sale'fd  tbe (.Jessie . Maelachlan     concer  which will be held in Morley   ha  ibis evening. ,- The-, plan   of sear  id at "Roberts ^M^ssinger'sJ store  and those, wishing ��gDod 'location  ,-hould get in early.    The   cones ft  promises   to."be  one lof .-,the ,be  ever given iu Moyie:      Mi'ss' Matj  lachlan will  be  ably  assisted" b'  Mr. Barnaby, Nelson, the talente  tenor rpbusto, Mr. Craighill  She,  i-y,  the  reuned*onfcertainar,,l,'aa'ljl  Mr. llnbet-fc Uachauan,  solo   pia-ii  isfc and conductor. l       "���        I  ;; %  The Knights of Pythias couveu-  Charles Sartoria, who   was" cm- j tion  will   be  held   afc  Vancouver  ployed as teamster for   Felix  De-   this year, and will- opeii  Wednes-  lTon   Tim,   Tn,-w       ���   ���* .saulnier fop some time, Iefc  Tuea-  day, May llth.   Sfc. EugeuP Lodge  \ ��v:^b��S',la^OI\ ml.'lStCi   of|-^^ ^r his home in   Italy   whore I No.   37,   will   ho  represented   by  public works, is now in the   Cran- he intends to remain, afc  least  a  brook district inspecting the gov-  year,  ernmenb work-that "is   going   on.  IIo,iy paying particular attention  to the trunk road   thafc  is   being  built through 'the southern pait  Importing Lumbermen  Two   thousand    men   will    bo  W. J. Pelfrham.  Tho regular annual convention  of the Independent Order of Odd  Feliows .wiil be held at Kamloops  , Hotel Paruership Dissolved   '|  Tho partnership of-Vic.  RlAliili  j and    George" lfoggartli,    of     tl'  | Cranbrook Jiocef, has been 'dissc.'*a  ved.    The hotel in futtue   will   reconducted by Mr. Iloggarth.   ' ?.l |  Rollins will go to fche coast   foi*  |  holiday, and will then return au ||  go into partnership with liis   br  ther William Rollius in the Roy,1  hotel.   This concern will probab ^  be     entirely      remodelled      ar" |��||"  brought,,in, Hue   with   fche  ger hosteleiies of the west.  Lots at Former Price  swa mt  ���   / mf  Wildey Lodge No. 11 will be' rep  resented by W, II. Laird     II. Saifc  was elected alternate delegate.  The Ghost Will Walk  Oxford   shous in   all colors  20th  CENTURY   SUITS.  Bank of Canada.     I  It is understood that the C.P.R.  has closed a deal for the purclia.se  of the coal interests; of the Western Fuel company of Nauaimo, a-*  an o(T*efc to tho acquisition of the  Dunsumir mines by tho Canadian  Northern.  Imperial  Capital  .Authorized-----  Capital Paid Up-   Reserve   Fund������-���  BRANCHES   IN BEITISH COLUMBIA  -*--$10,000,000.00  ������-5,000,000.00  About SO per. cent, of tho passengers from Southwest; Alaska by  tho steamship Northwestern when  thafc vessel docked afc Seattle a  few days ngo were of the fair sex.  ���'Most of fclietu had come to Seattle,  to buy spring, millinery and other-  outfits.  Johu llutchisori, better known  throughout the Kootenays as  "Hutch," came up from Spokane  last Saturday, and is spending >a  few days iu .town. I to was ou  the staff of the Inland Herald for  some tim-3.  J. R. McDonald left Wednesday  on a trip to his old home on Prince!     Xcxfc Tuesday  will  bo   pavday  hdwards Tslaud where he will re-   afc tho Sfc.  Eugene  mine,   and   die  main for a few mouths.     Mr. Mc-j Imperial Dank will   remain   open  , , _    0 ���-      I'onaldhas  been   in   poor   health | until 0 o'clock.    The amount to bo  brought; to l.ntish Columbia from I ">r some time and he expects that' paid out is about $30,000.  tlio lumbeiing districts of Onta- tu0 <-��P v,*ill ba beneficial to him. i-_.  rio, Quebec and Now Brunswick  to work in tho lumber camps Tlio  object i-i to supply tho lack of  men, wliich is seriously hampering opt ration?, and to take the  plaeo of Hindu*-.  opening on Wednesday, June Sell.   S'ven instructions to  sell   Iofcs   i'i  F. J. Smyth, asent for   fche   Mi!if*1iIM j  vie Towusito company,   has   be,' jki Oil ]  twinge of neuralgia, whatever t  troublo i*-, Chamberlain":* I/mi'me  drives aw\  cures the c  application g^c--, miui.      ouitt (  tho Moyio Drug & Stationery Cc;  the same "prices a-3 they were   sc ,.  al last year.  These lots lt-vvp be, -Eh'if  ofi! the market for several montl   III  '\ii% Mil,  touch   of  rheumatism,   or .'ffrHVlPf  i Rfj3f Iii  it  w��|B1  y tho ptiii at once  a^ lj4' IWj  lomplainfc tpiickly. Fii S'-j ^i|,  i gives relief.      Sold "( -'i \U)i"  I !*������������}  i^ii-  Watch Moyie Grow  Annual District Meeting  Chamberlain's Sobmach and Liver Tablets will clear the soitr  stomach, sweeten tho breath and  create a healthy .appetito.    Thoy  ���  j...."-.*-j_.~*.   -.��. ,-��j.  _..__... ^ ���  create.a neaicny  appetito.    Thov  Cranbrook, Arro^vhoad, Golden. Kamloops, Michel,   i\Tov/   Michel ���!  ,,,.��� -,., ,., ��� n   - ���   P       \ .    .   .  ���    Fernie, NgIso.,, Revelstoke. Victoria, and Vancouver.   "   ���    . 11 ?lo,u?tu U,^ fl:.nv of ^tr.ic .puce,  ��*. ���-',;���        , .<      ���      r\   i .i -i f     ��� ��i thereby inducing good   digestion  Drafts and Money  Orders sold  avaibfe in any �� ^        "  part of fiie World  Savings Bank .Department.  $ Interest allowed'bn deposits from  dafco  of, deposit.  ��     MOYIE BRANCH: II. W. SUPPLE, Manager.  o  ft  by inducing gootl   dige  .Sold by fche'Moyio'Drug it .*-!tafcio-  uery company.   !        .  11. A. Smith hits a  now  orange-  '{| ado fountain-in Iti-s pilaco,  I lit up ab night   ifc   might;  WJien  bo  mis'-  ��  tak^n.foi-  li.  ley's comet,  Rev. J. W. Miller, B- A , was   afc  Craubrook   on   AVcdnosday     aud  Thursday,   attending  tho "annual  district meeting of the ''Methodise  church.     This' meeting   was .presided-'over by-I].ey. ,W: L.   Hall   of  Fernie, Rev. Mr. !MiIler being   sec-  retaiy.    Reports show the church  iu this district,! to be in a flourish  ing  condition.    During ' fche  past  year thero has been a  substantial  iucrease, both  financially and   in  numbers.     .Rev.   Mr.   Miller  and  FMiofcfc   Crowo  will attend   from  Moyio the  annual   conference   of  the Methodist  church  of  British  Columbia, which will  convene  at  Nelson on MayI2t'h.  A son was born to Mi. and  Mm. Frank Parkhill on Thursday,  May oth.  A son was born fco Mr. and Mis.  J. A. 1.. Macdonald ou Friday,  May Oth.  Transferred to Stewart  Constable I. A. Dinsmorc,  who  has filled the position   of   provincial constable   here   for  the pasfc  four   mouths,  and. who  was  for  mauy years  previously.;stationed, I  ac Grand Forks/has received!notification thafc he is to bo   transferred to Stewart, B. C ,   atul  poiise-  will leavo hero on   Sunday. -   Mr.  Dinsmorc'Is a most efficient officer  and much regret  is   expressed  afc  his departure.,   His successor here  is hot yet- known,  These'arc made' up  striped ..flannels,   iii ,lhc  very'latest-two and three button styles, :  W'e must dispose of them duriiu"   the   next,  f-  ! .'  . days.       If  yon  opportunity.  want  the   flash /class here  Hs  is- VOU1  DAYLIGHT ������.STORE;  lessin'ger'  oberfs c  -l-^UClMMMI  tii_$L&_t&\\0**  \'A   '- f 1 -
t       -1 /
■'i .
I' *Y
,' jjU
"s^S" --
- *-V
e .'*■*
I -'-t"1'
' :fe;* r-
■ -ll .
-* f*w.
1 •
! V-V
-UK TjFjAdkh, moyie, numsii Columbia.
mrm    «niim    TT-lir.PT)      :Prese»*-   supply.    '■ Whenever
Till    MO I IE    LliAllhB.    jp«:cuniblc,WWer>thelocnl
 ___ j thrown article should b'c  given
preference.     Iu  this' manner
uot only will   the   rancher   of
J? iblis.beil'in'tlie interest of Unpeople
of Muyie and En.l Kootenay..
Remedies are Needed,
JO. J. .S-MYTH. P-,i,-;.i*-Ui.r
. - l'-VTF.    or
'Due Year ,.
-u::* I'll rieiN
.   . .   82.00
the district'be assisted but<,eu-
couraot-meijt will be given to
au industry which is, as yet,
in .its infancy in Kootenay,
and which, in a - very short
j time, will be a great asset to
th'e district generally.'
Fill DAY, MAY li,
,   The     Spokesman - Review,
! otherwise pne-of'flic  most   ac-
j curate and reliable newspapers
published   iu  the Northwest,
persists in spelling the county
iu which we reside "Kootenai"
Sunday 'will-   be" observed i«-common with that territory
ecuenlJv as'VMot'hers''   Dav'""!'"1 Idaho l?ea1'^.? n   somewhat    ,An able liar is one
•--'■■-      ecj! similar   name  'to    Kootenay.' i-to lie out of his lies. " ,.
Were hc perfect, which wc ore ,qot, meiiicin.es would
.not often be needed. But .since ,our systems have become weakened, impaired und .broken down through
indiscretions which ha>e gorvp on from .the early ages,,
- through countless generatipna, remedies ore needed to
aid'Nature in cotrectini o«r inherited and otherwise
acquired weaknesses. To reach the seat O? stomach
v-.ea.koes*. and consequent digestive troubles, there is
nothing so good as Dr. Pierce's Golden' Medical Discoy- (,
'    ery, a'glyceric compound, extracted from native medic- _ ,       ,
ina! /roots—sold lor over forty'years with great satisfaction to all, users. t'OT
Weak Stomach, Biliousness, Liver.Complaint, Pain in the,Stomach after eating.
Heartburn, Bad Breath, Belching of food, Chronic Diarrhea and other Intestinal
Derangements, the -"Discovery" is a time-proven and most, efficient remedy.
Tho  genuine  has   on   Its
■, outside   wrapper the
'   - Signature
You can't afford  to accept u secret nostrum as a substitute for this non-alco-
' holic, medicine op known composition, not even though th'e urgent dealer may
thereby make a little bigger profit.      ,  '   '      , , .' .
Dr.  1'ierce's  Pleasant  Pellets   regulate   and   invigorate   stomach, liver   and,
bowels.    Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to take as cundy.    7
•'Mothers' Day," Sunday
and as such it is.to  be hope
'that it will" be   recognized  by
'men and women and girls and
I make a  specialty  of-Pos-
who is'able tal   Photo" work. ./Prices,   4
.' [for S^cents/or $L25,'a dozen.
%      TO THE POINT,    |!
I ^s^fe^es-e^ss*^*- *i * e*r*r*r £■*£■*-•*£**■
That-paper ma)* claim to have
good reasons for the  stand   it; thb^e wbo agl.ee with Ua.
takes on, the  subject  but  the
We' ad'miro ,'the  judgment    of       MISS FLORA DE.A.GON.
-boys'alike m, every  commun .
ity on'the'ccntiuentyThe idea alitor of the Leader  does 'not
of setting aside" a specified, day
kiiow them'.,    ,'.Kootenay"  is
the name of this countv recog-
.t      ,    -    , -       -     .j-  ,      *-*
nized not only' by its |?eople,
'but b)" both the Provincial and
Dominion _ governments aud
the 'postal 'authorities. The
Leader,'-therefore, cannot see
any-good reason why it should
be spelled • otherwise. The
same-argument also applies to
the 'name of- that, portion of
the", 'Kootenay river' within
British Columbia.
y*r*?<r*£*r*?€*S€*j*rS££*5£S*£*5*r*r $:*?££
f *.   WORLD'S   DOINGS.    -|
,eacli year for this purpose is'of
recent origin, and is a'beauti-
"7ful ' one..     Some-  prominent
.me1.!,have said that every day
■ should   be VlMothers' Day,"
which--is',true. ,'Ou this ac-
" count'they express themselves
as being averse to the0 idea, of
^observing any particular date.
In this, however, they advance
poor argument. In the ordin-
„Arv trend of events no inatter
-- -how much a young   mail,   for
instance, is devoted to his mo-
■ ■       .        , ° '"
thcr, he is apt to become careless  in'putting,,his   devotion
into actual"practice,  which", 'if
the boy happens- to" be away
' 'from home, as is typical of the
west,' is the only way tlie mo-
ther?has of judging his -devo-
.tibii to be sincere or otherwise.
Having for-its, lead -a - m,ost
appropriate . verse,    Governor
"Hay of 'Washington, recently 1 b}iere th'*= s«?mffiM.-,
-   issued  'a. proclamation,'  most '   "
.beautifully • worded,„., setting
aside  May- Stli as    -Mothers'
Day.    Thus  it  will  be  seen
•that'thc proposal is'fast gain-
<■ 'jug popularity. It is not nee-
' essaiy, however, that the  day'
•be officially proclaimed to warrant   its   being  observed.     If
the people of Moyie and .vicinity, regardless of sex   or   age,
will,   on   Sunday   exercise   a
special effort to do things that
Avill tend to show devotion and
respect towards their mothers,
something will be   accomplish
lied that cannot fail to' bc appreciated   by mothers of Mo-
3'ie's sons and   daughters,   far
and near.    Residents'of other
districts are working   hard   to
fiu.ther   the .scheme   and   it is
There'is always'room afc the
bottom, or so many people -would'
not 'go there.
A specially good 'dresser is, ,aofc
apt to be good,afc anything ejse.-
Love, is said to be^ blind, and a
look-at soine'married couples con-
firms ifc.       '    ..'./-' Y '"
The,splendid'work of Chamberlain's Btomach'and Liver.. Tablets
is,dailyoeoniing to light. No such
grand remedy for Jiver and bowel
troubles-was ever known before.
Thousands bless th'em for curing
-constipation, sick headache, billi-
ousness, jaundice and indigestion.,
Sold by the Moyie Drug <fc Stationery company.     Y   - -
aueeos'AVjB.   ■  MOYIE
There are 1,000 Japanese in  Se-
4ue., ■■; ■,   ' ■ r
n ' - ,
•   eEjghfcy-seveu oub of  every  100
Canadian farmers'own ,tbe   land
they work,   y -
Duncan Ross has bought a residence in'Victoria and will   reside
DISTRICT.     ,   ,    V.
St.   Joseph's   Qonyent.
f,"j5oarding and,l).iy Schoo) conducted by^Siscers of St. Joseph,-/Nelson,
B. C. Gonmierciul , and business,
courses -a "specialty. Excellence "and
swift progress characterize each de-
pitrtmentV Parents shouldv write for
purticulars. One month 'assures, thc
public -the thoroughness of the
Sistets' methods of,teaching. Terms
cbmniouce January, 'April aud Sept
Pupil's are ad .'nit ted tiuriui: ten,-.
'.Objection has been mode to the^re-i*
tention on the Register of  Voters,'of
the  following  names; (.any a voter  objected  to„or  any .voter on  bis'behalf
,.,111    V.r-'l.n-f.V,'!' o4-    f\ia    Prtlir+.    nf    Rp.vis-
Jfc is   learned  from   those who
have charge of Mark Twain's' bus-
,....-. . mess   affairs,   thafc   lie  leaves  au
iust as necessary that residents | estate valued at a million dol-
here fall ill line. Iu many 'la -s or probably a little less. Toe
communities white flowers w ill j ™0&fc valuable assets are the copy-
be worn generally while ano-if1*"imd roya,ty "&** to J"s
45 " ' books
thcr suggestion that   is   u*-.uK ]}[m ftn i[lcome of $30>000 fo,. some
worked on is to have   all   who ti u
are not -within verbal reach  of
their mother write her ou that
day using as thc date line
!'Mothers' Day." In thc
churches many of the sermons
will deal with the subject.
will be"hear<r at the Court of Revis
'ion to* 'be held at the Court, 'House
at Cranbrook. on Monday the sixteenth
dtiy.of.May, 1910,' at ten-o'clock ir,
the forenoon.  '        , <- •   -
725. . Anderson, David .     ,   -
46.   Armstrong," Charles  James.
53'.   Arnold,  Harry  Trowbridge
57'.   Asselstine, Bert
69'. 'Avenll,, Robert , ,
- 83. , Bale, Frederick 'A.
93.    Barney,   Clifford  Augustas
"39.   Bex, Henry        '
3 62.   Blaney,  John     ,    '
197.    Bieckemidge,   David
240.    Buckman,   James
247.   Burke, Michael
260.  -Button, -John   Webster
298.    Campbell,   William   Welsh
331.    Chalmers,   Alexander  Irwin ,
355.    Christian,  Will'tam  John
371.    Cleary,  William
373.", Cllftou,  Fj-Jd '"' ' Y
386.    Collins,  Robert   Johu ,
398.    Cook,   Bancroft  Pierpont
412.    Corry,   John   James
315.   Dousl'as John
53-5.   Dulmage,  Archibald   F.
53G.    Duhnasc,  Don   Bethunc
537.    Dumont,  Frederick •
550.   Eccles, John Lease
556.    Edwards,  Sylvester  David
599.    Pinch,  Charles Edward
602.   Finlay,  Robert
638.   poster,  William  Gordon
JJ51.    Freeze,   Walter  Addington
653.   Friend,  James Alexander
G67.    Calloway,   Archibald
735.    Grant,   John  Forbes
798.    Harvey,   James  A. ' '   '
841.   Hill,   William
847.    Hodgins,   John
887.   Hungcrford,   George
936.    Jones,   Frederick  Augustus
1000.    Kydd,   William
1025.    Lapoiute, Henry Ernest
1123.   Marshall,  Frank Douglas
1121.    Marshall,   George
12*6.   Murphy, ,Thomas EcUvaul
1267.    McCoskill,  Archibald
1287.   McDonald,  Donald  Alex.
1815.    McDonnell,   John  Joseph
13G2.   McKay,   James
139S.   McLean,   Samuel Ronald
mm „ «i      •„   i i       c  j.      i       *     U-110.    AiiAlalibn,  Frank   J.
Iho Moyie   board   of  trade   de-l.HU.    McMahon,   Patrick   J.
V Sit* William Van llortie has an-,
nounced thafc'he has resigned • as
chairman   of   the   board   of   the
P-FYK   ^ __
The Revelstoke shops of  the  C.
P.   It.   will   immediately   be  enlarged and'improved so as to   em
ploy 500 men.
0         > *
Mario Correlli lives in a house
once occupied by the ancestors'of
•sihakespearo. So far bhe has'escaped iuftption,
.The Suez caual is one of the
most profitable commercial 'undertakings in the world, and the
Manchester ship canal is already
paying much more than ^yas expanded.
They have been   biingiug
As Others See Us
Editorial Notes
serves credit for their good  jttdg-' 1-129. McQuharne,  Angus
mo-ii    :.-.    ..rji'.,  :,,.    «•-*    •   •        j-i     iJ1 •! 0. McQuharne,   Matthew
iiie.it   in   teiu.iiig   to   join     the-j,38. McT8ViSh, john
newly formed   Associated   Umirds  i410. McVittie, Harry Hami'lton
i/fT.-adoof"  Ksisb  Kootenay,   con-JV.In" n*,""' VYoId Turton
j,   v-vj.i   e i •! j o. Nelson,   John
sisting of  l-V-rnie,   Crtinbrook   and,j:35. Pettit,  Harry  Clifton    •
Michtl.     Surely   the   well   estab 'V2^' I'otti^rew, Wiinan,
nshetl A-SOc'iattd I.iaidsof Traiio   1591. Reid,  Charles E
of   Ea.*tern   Iji itis-h   Columbia
tN   ' l 1   vr
I        I v i
-\  ',  ■    ' .WHEN IM.i-      Y C
■    ,  • i. CRANBROOK.
L O. O. F.
?r'^ij."1~r| lVU<l«y   T.od|;e N«. -1 1.
Meets Tuesday evenings   in thc
Mineis* Union   hall.      Sojourning
Odd Fellows cordially invited.
JTiU-J* Her.. F. J.SmvtJjC.
Noble Grand.' Secr'y.
t*t. KiiKtue Lo.ljtti N«. .ri"
K. of P.
,  ]    Mcctt; cvfry Thursday
^x%d&S^v' t veiling    in " McGrr^oi
7*7Ma77' ,,nllal 8 f-'c,.ock". Vh~
- '>'-it__f^'   i g- brf-Ui(,rs' invilcd.
K. D. Stinso>',-_.7      '   '  E. A. iriJJ.'
Chancellor Com.        K.   H.   <fc.   S.
Srlklrk' I.o<Ik<*. *N"°* c5
A. 1-*.   Ji   jV. M.
Regular , meetings
on the„fii-Rfc Wed.,
nesday    , of   each'
Visitiiig bretbern .-\\c-lcrme,'     '
. If. Chapman, "V\". Al.  .
IS. ^V. Uurdotfc, Secretary.
Kinrade ■& h
Painters, Paperhangers and Decoral
TSlLoyie   Miners'  -Union
Y No; 71   W, F.of M.    y
1       '*■ l ('* * I
.Meets in Miners' Union Hall, ev-
evry Saturday evening. , Sojourning members are cordially invited
to attend.-'    ,  '^ - '        , '    ""
Albert Gill,"' ■'  '
James Roberts
Harvey,     McCarter   &
, ■■ '- ,fi1- ,v' -   *
'   "    Macdonald.   ,
i        . -       i        ,-
,  Barrial'erB, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc ,
Cranbrook.- -   -    B.C.
^W. F. G.URD, i   „
11. C
x>r,f: b. .miles,
Cranbrook ,   'K     ±5,
K. 11. SMALL, Munacur.
Good rooms, good  tables find- bur
aud first pjass sa-yplg rooms.-'
Wm. Jewell
Express and .General Deliver;? Business, Livery and
Feed Stable..
-For   Sale.
Leave Orders at
Gwynnt'b Store.
British Columbia
G-eorge H Thompson, ,
'.,       f,        i , 'V ,  l -   . v
,,, j'    BAIUtlSTEU,*    SOIjICITOU".' ^-
.    t, • Nqtaiiy. Public,'kqi   -
CR/VNBROOi-C,-     -Biin-isii Goi,t;Mt.iA
, o* *    -I
C -   *        t
Embalmer and Undeilakt-r,    --,
Phone 9.      ' CRANBROOK
T. T. MtfVltlicC.E.l'   I. S. II. V. I'.i-kir, V
PllOViNCIAIj TjAN'D  Survevi.vg
KjVII.WjW   Sc   MINING    KNOlM.'-UtlNO
* i,
" Estimates Furnished.
Fort,Steele P. O. Jiox 2.3.
Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.
Commencing    during
next few weeks   the   different g,^od onou,'h nithoufc starting  an
infant association, and thus   nmk-
g   1G31.    Rogprs,  Oorgc Thompson
products from tlie various ranches in this district will be put
•jtpon the market in the local
stores and will bri . obtainable'
at .different intervals throughout the season. Movie, am-
.ports large quantities of fruits
and .'vegetables , from points
south    of    the     International
ing a farce of the whole matter.
Creston Review.
The K and II cigar has jumped
fcoVproiiiineuc'd tliiough the' ex-
llehfc 11-ivor   of!  the   tobacco  out
which it |s -n*. i-1j.
Never hesitate about giving
Chamberlain's.Cough Remedy, to
Icliildrcri. It contains no opium or
boundary and also purchases Ytbor narcotids and can bo given
a good supply of this.'-'produce , with   implicit' confidence.   ■ As : n
from other sec-lions
Columbia.      It  i.s
purcnrtse    el
where similar prorlucls as arc
p;i'(nv!i le.ic.i.llv mi acc'oiiiit of
Mie    ili-iu.iiul   , (.■xfi-.-'.lii!''      1 he
of   'I j-riti-.h ,; <'u'c''': *-'.*•re f°*' coughs and colds to
which children are susceptible,   it
s unsurpiissfd.      Sold by the Ao-
l yi'c Drug. «fc   HsatiDneiy   conipttny.
sometimes I.
1833.    Sutherland,   Alexander   John
187!/.    Tnjrney,  William  Jamis
J'.KKi.    Vamlccar,  Frank Ilailey
1.9J2.    Vollrath, , Charles .F..   , , ■  .
1913:   Vroman,/Charles  Dexter:
196G.   Welch,  George
2047.   Yates,  Dean  Roscoo 7
2050!    Yeandle,   Charles TTenr-y
,  ,.   J. F. ARMSTRONG,
Kcfrristrar   ot'f.Votcrs.
Cranbrook,   (!  April,  1910.       7    15-17
. Tho ltoyal S'jal cigai has heen
before tbe smoking public for a
dojsen 3'ears.' Ifc i3 made in Nelson
and can' bo bought in nearly
every mountain town.
Chamberlain's yY^'YYi'.
K-.vvt t.til^.    lli'.y it -I'.nr,    i- niay suv.; iil'-j.
Thos. Sum mars
Cigars,. -Tobacco, -l-'i-tiib   and
Cuiifec. ionci-y.
TOY"-:,    >:OTK>.\"S    AVC.
Fruit and
T, .      , FJtOM
Ir you want, anything, m thc
line of clothing or men's   fur- J^,    J}t     StCW3Tt
nishiugs, try
C. A." FOOTE -tuk,
AVe carry in stock thc goods
to  make   an    up-to-date   suit BMA0I<SI!:„   „„„,. ,.„„,
made iu   lo\VU,   or   ye   Can   get   l-ar^e   (.uniple   room    in    (xmnoction
you    fi    special    ordered    suit I wi-b bouso for commercinl men. Bcai
made lo 3'otir measure.       We of "."commodution
have ready-Lo-wear Campbell's lleudtiunrtorR for  Com-
clbthilig, the-''best   made   and mcrcialand Mining Men.
fitting-clothing in. Canada.    ', Queens avk ■,,.       ,,( ■' '     *;.B. C
Underwear, shirts, collars,
ties, belts,■■summer' hats and'
nearly everything- in the line
of, furnishings' at   reasonable
.    , i '   r "'.■.■■.        ,',  .        i     ■
priccSj      , ,;
All our goods and work guaranteed. Cleaning, pressing and
repairing done.
VIi*i2fci2t* OHi^.^. &.£-■£. £_-£_i<£_-±_\'*':*-- ■<.w ».       |
iaS-^*^*^- >»•>*.• >^- -^w >«.■ -*-S ;5?*5E::*5C*;C:^?^r.?*^'$^i;^i\
P. O.DOX 801
| East Kootenay Bottling [{
'   v   '     '   Cranbrook,   B. C.
".Manuf.iei.uros' of all   kinds of carboim;.-:!
beverages.    AVfe'spare no, expense hi H
y ,' - r - ,r "" ■
'our goods, the best-on lhe inarkul. .
,      I , lYj r" ' '
"      .There'are  others, But!!
It will be to
to purchase^6 m
c ,      from the
Cranbrook. Co-Operaiive
%^ o
South   Victoria
" "ST$AW'
All White Labor!"
l.iavt!'v.-oik witli the    l(i(,:t! iigf;ul,
oyie Deer-**
A** made byjtlie pre^mt lircwrr |* '"'""J
^Ilost I'.eei in'lvist Kootfimy.   Willi-1"' 1
"(and the Purcst^Spi ing W»ti'i iti*>"»*v
lijuivlity.    Insist on ha\ini* •■'«Jie ],l'l'r"
B(>rrLKO AND DHAKT 111''-
R. F..JO H. NSTQ N, 1JJ'
This   hotel  "is   new   and   ^c
tables are supplied with the best ilio,"''lJh
'*      '.'I-
The bar is
aud cigars.
nil eel
with  th-*
-  *_■
l-reac1<.jUM rt-^,J        r v,i
§    MOYIE,
]3,- i c i s l J ■
Re-3t ssssse es®«csr.*«a®fl9 ea;e*/SCi"*-Ji;
,-.,.-,*■■■ »'?«'*
...e;->:.C.'iir./'- -
r   '<$
7a' m  ,;%  *M  J/o.h.w|  Im lL��r|  ir i ^  .fl'  ,.-.*  ���*  r-i  *-��  ���I*  ft  .,t  "���/.  ��� \- /j  .v;  i  r-c*-  te  ttifj t.pYaW.h, moyik, r;K iti .sit Yu.-.om'.i.  t  WATCHDOG  .-��  TALES      :  OF   THE  CHINA   S EAS  '.���.' '-   �� No.  5    �����%  ' , i  By Foxcroft Davis  NDFjlt  a  towering, sky, ,\vltlt a   haggard  nnrt  ��7  lt would bo necessary for Uie yaw'l to come about r.nd  another try be made. Tho bettors on tlio pilot',won.  nnd n-i the yawl n/se on tin* crest of a wave nnd  was   swept   ticklishly   u<*ar   *������**   trulsur'u   step!   sides  ^"tho pilot With one 'spring caught the rope'and came  ��� i      - ii  up htuuUly. ti tl      ��� '  Ho was * slight, pink chocked fellow,^apparently  not ft day over twenty-fi. e, and lt is reckoned to take  five years to make n pilot, ten year-; to niake n good  pllejl find -a lifetime to niaUii'n lirst class pilot  The pilot's legs w.-rc ns disconcerting as'his com  plexion to Captain Fort'escuc. Instead of a respectable pair of trousers, the pilot's shoes were met by'a  pair of brown stockinged legs, which liidicnted knlol.-  e    5-E'A  UNDFjit  a  towering skv, wUlt a   haggard  nnrt crbockcrs���a  thing unknown  to tho  l'llots"   Assocla-  rostloss sea, the .rt;* American ciuisor deflanily tion, as far ns Capfnln Furteseuc was nwanr*.     ^  ploughed hor way'between the rocky Chinese "I'm Waring,"  w.M  the  pink cheeked  pilot to the  coast, bteep-lo, 'a�� (l.e sailor men say, end a .Captain. '                                     ,                   '  Ion-'  nndMinrasstug  chain 'of  i-fli.mK   vlsitilo ,Th!s   was   a   staggering   remark,   considering   tho  ���In  part at" low   water.    At 'tills  point  skippers   hot), sketch'of Waring given by Stubbs shortly before, and  naval and 'merchant marine, are wont to take thoir'' Stubbs had said the pilot was not Waring,  tnenls Iti the chart room, .to curse and swear at the 'There are only three  of ns who know  this  foul  charts and to bo short with tlic'mivlg.'Uor.   These* con  d.How, prevailed on the big cruiser..   ,  -Captain Forteseue, h.*i* commander, ft sinall..Inf|iiUl-  tlve'riian. and the navigator, A.vlwln. sat In the chart  room-with a bOok of sailing directions op/m befoi-a  them.   At this point the lookouts on the ship ought to  ground since the earthquakes,"'continued Waring,  "Jim Waring and - Jcuislngs and myself.- I was the  next chance-" ,  Ciip.idn Fortcsoiio felt on Inward'longing for Waring, f*r., or Jennings, but It ^vas plain floU-ipr was  avilihiblo.    By  that time thu ynw-'l had  bobbed back  them     \t this point the lookouts on 1110 snip ougin io , avaiiiiuie.     ���.*.-  wmi ,./.*".-  ���."*- .*"���*,*  ������<"���  *' -*���  ���-*,--  see atirJI flagstaff, with n white bungalow at lhe foot, nn_ h,.,d"b(>en hauled aboard the cutter, , whose nose  'close-to the shore on the mainland, and a p'dot boat-' Wis turned toward the flagpole and the white bunga-  rpciiinps'   There hnd lntelv'boon earthquakes around     lcuv and had no more pilots.       ' (  there nnd a general -upneaval on land'and'sea.    The        ft-*'.- ..n..t'i���.* n  ce.nrtosv right to be  Invited   lnr<  . watchdogs of the sea were noeded.at every turn/and ���  there were not'enough to go around. * ���     ���  ' r"I think we nre lucky In getlIng -Stubbs."- said  -'Aylwln, who wns'on confidential terms with the Melp-  ,p'cr. "lie wns up here'last month ln a missionary  boat after thc earthquake, time." , ," 'i 'i ;  '.'"This Is n missionary boat, top,',' replied thc'-sklpper  savagely; "teaching the-gospel of navigation to the  heathen, who ought to have linrt tho'place buoyed and  ���lighted themselves.' Call thc'chlcf qnarterma-.t.-r!"  ���Slm'r/l>i,*K-ho,r,w*-rcouVl(triist hlm*elf (>cry fat- from  flic wheel, prompt.y appeared. ' _ '  "What do you know about this part.  Quartermaster?" asked the skipper."  "'Xothtn' good,\slr," replied Sfubbs.    "I came up in ,  ��ic mission boatY'i had ~\y leave, sir���and oveiything '  at the bottom of the sea  was   turned topsyturvy by  the (make.    The pilots',hn<V to H-nrii It aU, nnv. ����? '  ���iind  to liavo^W^pcclarTjl-ot   for this -p.-irt,up to Ma-  ���pultnn.   which   is, Chinese   for   noH-nnd-Ho Diui��.��l  roinl.1 where wc takes Ike reg'lar pilot .aboard.    I-ast  month there wani.'t but tw,,nnd one of 'ct*. Waring,  nil American, wjio \\ns run out of the United Stales,  wn-s Uirentcticvi with having,his, licence revoked, iust  because he got drunk.    ��ut If you'll kindly allow ine,-  I'll say, I'd ruther have 'Jim- Waring drunk than nny  "pilot I ever sue sobet." *��� v '   ,    <  *  . -Then' I   Kfxive  we'll  get   '.Jim'   Waring."  remarked  Cnpinin Fortcscvie, uho had a liberal mind. \ '^  "He lives In the bungalow." continued Stubbs. "and/  vhc   ��nld 'to   me   between, Ws   hiccoughs���he ' was a��,,  "drunk and as clear headed a nian as oyer 1. see-he  ��,v,.--(ju��rtcnnosJiT.' *:i}- He. "tlio Mg reef is split  In' six'deep, fissures; so  >ou"II  think  you're  In  good-  w-.Mlfi- and vou-ll be on your"way to heaven.'    lies n  jnof.me ma... is W.irlu-.'.    1'pni.v.*.l with bin. earnest,  but the damned fool-excu*" me. -*lr-il��iirt Unow the  wav  of"bn��nllon.     llo --ays  ihwi  to   ���ip:--Qu��pip^  in-ister'^avs he. 'the olV-c r*��f, *-l?-ht cables olT, ha*  ��oiic up  into the  soa  seventeen  feet.     It's the  worst  toet I e^.*l��� see slnoe C..*0  made  me.'   The eaithcpiakc  done more harm lo mnigntl.en than you'd think.."  .  ,    ' The Sailor's Eoast.  " "Rut It don't matter to me.' said the old sinner. 'I  o-'n take nn'elewn mllllun dollar battle ship ov.-i* the  Riornrf ��taon there ain"L but two foot of wat *r. nnd  -I've done lt. too, and told the sklpper-l beg your  pardon, sir; Km roportn.' Waring exact-'a.s It viere  twelve foot (it low -v-itcr'-and Waring was telling  the truth, for 'v. hen he Is drunk he'll teil the truth, hut  'when he's sober the grace A God abandons hi in und be  Is thc biggest liar that ever stepped���and I aln t for  pettln' the Chinese, sir." -  "Ml tint I hear o�� Waring prepossesses me In his  favor. With only two pilots, though, ��o may hive to  hang around here for a couple,of day.- "  Tlie, pilot'has a. courtesy right to be invited'into  the chait'room,anduto be asked'to "take something."  'which'means it eup of coffee. Waring,, wns acceded  thlCbut declined lt. nor did ho claim another courtesy  right dear to the pilot's soul���that o'f an unobstructed,,  walk tip .ind down tho "bridge. After straightening  out thc ship lu her eouisc he gave the signal, "Full  'speed ahead," and then leaned on the rail; glued Ids  binoculars to his e>cs and swept thc wide stretches of  ��� the sea. The" weather wns brightening steadily, and  the pilot'wa* ab'.v to engage in Jerk's of conversation,  with Captain Fortescuo and Aylwln: The navigator  'looked worried.' He "had never seen <v pilot who looked  onlv twentv-five years old, and the cruiser, timing  full".bunkers, drew.twenty-four feet of water nt that  'moment     , V     ' , ,'  Stiibbs -was likewise on tho anxious bench nndr  gave a sign well understood by Captain ��� Kortcscue  nnd Aylwln. From between his vcllnched teeth j^,-  fuiiltj began lo trickle.   ' .  ������'j>,iiii.ii.o.ivliat  this  world  Is  n-coming, to.    Guess  1-11  be  tak-.n'  a'til.-U  at   the  wheel  of one. t*  them _  blanket v-blank-blank- aeroplanes next    Some men ��re  hell  beiit on  ik'S.r.iciion,  and nolhln*  can  cuio   cm,  damn it:���"��.**(���.. &i*., :�������� "   , <,-<   ���  .-Vhere'** nnotfi-r .Waring who Is a"pllot about here,  said Captain Forte:*..* to Waring as the sun came out,  and tbe cruis.r c-nteu-d a patch of water with a give" (  d;.p,th,of  sixteen   fathoms   n't   low   water.    "Capable^  'iinn, but gets drank." . . ^j      j  ���"- The Two'"Jim" Warings.  '     .     l  -Yes,"    replied   Wnrlng.V hli ' eyes \o   the"    front._  "That's   my   father, .Jim "Waring., I'm  Jim   Waring,  too.", *' ' ,  Captain Fortescuo nuuubled an apology. x  _  '������No matter." cheerrully acquiesced the pilot.    "Dad s  nil "rl-lit.    He found out lhe variations In the compass  hereabouts   before'they   let   us   know   from   Trinity  House." ,  .  Captain'Fortescuo saw tho opening nnd plunged in.  A couple of questions showed that the pilot knew the  vat I..tlons hi the compass nnd likewise the fall of the  .tide between Hong Kong nnd Kobe. Aylwln ceased  to look worried and asked thc skipper for permission  to smoke. - , '     ,  llnlf an hour later they entered the earthquake legion. ��ik. by thc rough chart, which ��-.�� the only one  available, they saw that "Monkey llcef is shattered  with wide lWures of unusual depth nnd two points ol  rock, seven cables apart, with temporary bell buoys  Black Shoal raised seventeen feet at low water half a  mile south of Mi-Uwo Island. New drift to tide around  Ma-put-t��n rolnt Increases surf to breakers, veu dangerous in typhoon weather." &c. '  This was not a pl/*.isan-t reading to skippers, and .ie  reflection  that tho  pink  cheeked   pilot  was  all  that  ,���g around here for a couple of day, retloet on   u..     , ^   >���   ~ ^       ^ alxmla  Allwln and  the tpinrtermnster went ont and con-   ,b,y be w  o,    he bi,     uL   i ^        ^^  ferred on the stops of,the bridge.  "I never hud a leave I enjoyed so much, sb-, said  'stubbs. "I was at Kobe, and" there was lashings of  missionary meetings and lllble readings, and I had a  teg'lar , jamboree with the Salvation Army. I was  tsked lo lead ln prayer several times nnd did i. seamanlike, 1 will say, sir, If It's mc that Jio.il.ln t.  "I'm sure vou'ro a truly pious man,' lowered  kylwln, "nnd I. too, hnd a glorious time on my leave-  just three days at Shangiuii."  and the breakers bad In it po,.H-lUtIe.s of nervous  ���"ss Afar oft could be heard distinctly the steady  and mournful ringing of the belt buoys, each lament-  lag to the other.  "We'll  pick up the first buoy In  fifteen  minutes,  said tbe pilot. , .  _  Captain Fortescuo glanced at hte chronometer  The cruiser was forging ahead *-teadily in the glow  of the earlv nrternoon-CMpUiln Fortescuo was thankful ot that In spite ot' tbe pink cheeked pilot ��� knowl-  t'.gbt knot on tbe top of his head. Then; were strange  angles under the enveloping oilskin and Op tain For-  ti-stue.-vPtliout tlie least ceremony, pulled It-off th<?  piiofs back. There stood tti<j pilot, n tall, young  woman. In a skimpy blown skirt, a brown sweater,  brown stockings on her stout !<*gs and brown shoes.  "1 brought her through all right," said,'the pilot,'  "but 1 feel as weak as a-cat now.",  > So did Captain Fortescuo. He nsked himself  . whether h-o wns drunk or crazy,, There, tented before  hliu. was a good looking girl, the color gradually returning to her comely face, the cap lying on the floor  and her brown stockinged legs sticking straight out  before her.  The bllet��*c wns unbroken for a moment except,for  the slow' breathing of the engines as the ship rose  nnd fell, whllot the pilot boat'synwl danced .toward  them.  aim Wnrlng recovered herself first. Captain For-  tcscuc was still gnsplng.  "Father's drunk," she -aid with persplenclty. "So  ,dnmk he don't know port from starboard. The P"**ta  "for this part aro *-o scarce tlmt Lle-anied the course -  In .case anything should happen. B Then when father  went up for his exnminniion, I went with him nml  asked tho Fllot lioaid.to examine me too.., My( application was signed'"Jim S. Wnrlng;"'that's my, name  -Jemima Stij.in Waring. ' When thc lMIot Bonrd  'found out I���was'a girl���I'm twenty-eight years old���  they Just^lauglied and examined me for a joke. But  .after an hour or two thoy got Interested."       . ^  Tho light,of "triumph, shoarj lu Ji-n Warlng's, eye  nt this point. " '  ."Then.they, put me through a grind for tour day--,  ' nnd 1 never made a single break. , .When I asked 'em  for a license they, like to died n-lnughing. But J told,  ���cm I mennt to have it, and I got n lawyer, an American In Kobe, nnd'he says there arc a. dozen .she  pilots Hi America, and he'll make that moan, dirty  rilot Board, glvo me my license If he has to go to  Trlnltv House In London'foiMt."   ' -   '"        ,'      ������,  "Nut���but"-���'- said Captain Fortescuo, still dazed,  "You've liable to n penalty, don't you know"-     *  "Yes," calmly replied Jim Waring, "il!. you go to'  play'n'dirty gamd on me. ,liut If you just stick to  Jim _. Waring as the pilot nobody'II know. Vou sue,  I wa* in the cutter with father. The Chinese crew  , danu'tfobject. It was father's next qhanec, and )ie  was that drunk, and Jennings, thc other niiui, laid  up with a broken nnkle, so I rlggefl myselt up I"  father's things and got Into the, J���"���*������-��� w"ho" I saw  what I had to pilot I jn��t made-up 'my in Ind to keep  "my head on straight nnd'to leniember 1 had done ir  once befeejre���last week���with a sailing ship, and It's  "a lot hiinUy- to pilot a sailing ship than a ci-uSer."-  r��y this lime she had recovered her coolness to an  extraordinary tfogioe.      "    ,       '  , A  Philosopher,   Too.  "   "You know," she'.'said" solemnly,  "Vve .often, hoard,  th.it 3od lakes'care of uJoniv?n and foo!�� and drunken  people, so lie takes care of taUtcc aivl llo takes c.u*��(i  of me."     v   '' ' *     ,      '   '  -'    Ju-st   then   the  peak 'of" the   paymaster's  cap   was  seen .outside the port.    Captain Fortescuo hustled the  cap  on   the  pilot's.'head,   who  hurriedly   buttoned   up  the oilskin and went out on tho bridge and got "hi-."  ynoney from  the paymaster.  At that moment cccmred a frightful development,  whicli somebody should have foreseen but which nobody foresaw. Tho ntw pil'-t. springing'up the ladder, came face to face w.ith the pink cheeked pilot  The new pilot nearly fell over backward nnd  ,  shouted:��� .  ".Mm Wnrlnc! Oh. cr.ickoty!" ,  The new pilot, Pick Mcr.eod by name, was a young  man for a pilot���that Is to say, he was not much over  thfrty, and, though weather beaten, was a handsome  follow and a.s promising a pilot as one could wish  to hive.  "I brought her through nil right." said Jim Wnrlng.  "It was n good deal easier than the sailing ship, I  can tell you And it's more than you could do, Dick  McT.ood."  Tills conversation was carried on in a low tone,  but perfectly audible to Captain Fortescuo. who was  inclined to ict them have It out and carefully remained In tho background while the yairl bobbed  below waiting the outgoing pilot. Stubbs, loitering  off,thc bridge, listened attentively. McLcod had already infvlnlted the code of maritime etiquette by e-c-  clal.iilng "Jin- Waring! ph. crackety!" before  shaking hands with the captain, but hc now proceeded to rectify his mistake.  "How are you, pilot?" asked, Captain Fortescuo. "1  hope you'll take us up as well as we came through the  foul ground just now. Wo went ahead as if we were  going .Into Hampton J toads with the President on  board."  ust three days at Shangt.nl." i���� ������      ��� variations and tide falls  Aylwln.  It,  spite of the tangled nav ga lot    hnd  a    edge or   h   con.p. ^^   ^   ^^  AJ1W1I1,   iu   -Jl"-   *������      ���*-- .,  minute's day dream of three blissful daiS with Mary  Harboid nt Shanghai. .,,,���. n,��  -I reckon, sit." said Stubbs, "I'll take n. trick at   he  wheel.    I don t like to go too long without feolln   the  BPokes Iu my hand."  Stubbs took the wheel, and just then, across to  troubled and turbulent water, ��as seen a whI e  speck-it was the bungalow. Then a faint *,ortlca  ���ine came Into view; which was thc flagstaff,, nnd at  last a blackspock, that proved to bo a pilot boat. will,  ''smoke ..ouring from her onefu-mel. and the hor ��.n-  al striped dag of red and white wl.tppln* as?��'��t tho  peak.   The big cruiser in her joy broke out a square  '������'^ThSter dashed toward the cruiser ns fast as she;  rould get over the long swell, like a stiort leggec dog  ' running through stubble. :Presently ^ ���^* <*"  'cruiser's stern, got as, close n.s she could to tic do  without being bumped to death, lay to; In the t.ougli  Df the sea and gave,tl>o bail;��� -     ^  "Ship nhoyl"      .'   ,-���--.  '   To this the response came:���   (  I   "Hellol"   ' .'��� ' .    \      .  j     "Where nre you boundr  !���'   "Up and northeast." ,, 7 '  ���,..  The pilot's yawl was then lowered away, the ere v  tumbled In. and was, followed by the. t�� lot In his oll-  t-klns,   with  a   red   ����>-   Handkerchief   tying   his  call-  under his chin-      7 .    ��� ,        n( (it��.ui-  "It ain't Warink" said Stubbs^ �� ^^? ^^  polutment  ami   uiortitlcntton. ���       I   *�����  feller." _..   t .'  ��� Y *��� The Days of a Pilot.  ���Tho;.���.*...^^  forward made bets ot beer am   to   ;     - - lm  the  pilot  would   ^^\,T777u   or whether  thirty feet over Uie side, at .-*   Is.  it    III".   v.uiiii'ii  -������    ��� -���"[ .  I���   precisely   fifteen   minutes   they   picked  up  tho  ''".'yen   minutes  to  the  other buoy,"  said   the  pilot,  nnd ten minutes It was.  And now .he roaring of the breakers could be heard  nlMn-pi.t-t.iii Point.    Captain Fortcscue knew   It w.I  , 1  thought  It  might  be called   ��ol^n|I-l^�������;  Point  in  Knglish ns well  ns  1'Mnose.    'lhe surf u.is  ���tavs bad there, thot.gh not rising to the mona o  of breakers, but since tlu- earthquake unknown dilfw  nnd tides,submerged rocks, displaced channels, rising KhonJ* fretted the waves into those green roaring  white maned demons that devour ships and .men _  The cruiser inade curious turns and windings, but,  not once did the pllbt give the order to slow: do,wn as  he ship threaded her way along. Soon Ile.l-and-Be-  Dami.c'l Point 'was on her beam, then astern of her,  arid the sound of the brotda-rs and the walling-of^ he  b0U buovs died away and the cruiser entered he fair,  way of "ships. Xow they were approaching tho point  where the regular pilot was to be taken aboard and  once more the square blue .lag, went up-on tbo cruise.  Captain" Fortescuo cot ipllmented tho pink cheeked  pilot, but not so Stubbs1, who gave up. the wheel, as  nuch as to say that the .pHot.no. longer needed wa.cl-  L His eves, full of a grim suspicion, were llxed  upon Wnrlng7wl��o. now that the worst was over had  ,. strange expression of nervousness and seemed to  have lost his quiet: self-confidence.  The  Cruiser  Waits.  Tbe regular pilot boat was waiting In the onlng of a  .^..il'liaV ahead of them, and lhe cruiser slowed down  I,, wail for lti-r.    Wi.rlnK. hl�� duties being over, walked  with   Captain.   Kortoscue   liilo -the   chart    room    and  ,:,., sllllhg down  weakly. ,..:H.,1 Ihe  n.i silk haud-  :pl,.ll|I.f.m'.m'under  his  chin,   look  olT   his  cap,  and  revealed a mass A ruddy.aul.-tu'ii.hair shewed in n big  THE GOUGE OF AUTHORSHIP.  WHAT  a  happy  thought  Is   the  gouge!    Observe  how deftly  It supplies  thc deficiencies  of Imagination   and   moulds   thc   niJ.s.sing   parts   to   tho  structuie   of   genius.    Would   you   "autli"?    'lake   to  Uie gouge.    Would you Join the ranks of Uio literary  gliuiltt?    The gouge Is ready to your hand.  Since our revered, If hairy, ancestor ln dim ngea  past tlr*t /lipped his fingernail In the veins of his victim .and traced nn impressionistic plcturo story ��f dm  event on a slilnbone the gouge has been the chief  linplcmcutof tlie craft.    All hall the gouge.' '  1�� you can catch a ponny-u-lluer or a do!Iar-a-  worder, for that matter, In a; rare moment of thougnt-  fulness he will unfold the manifold virtues of the.  gouge. He wrill confess that, wanting a plot, he  gouged it from Chaucer; wanting. nu incident, ho  gouged it from l.ytton; wanting a heroine', he goUged  her'froni l'ovd; wanting a description, be gouged It  from Chiilcaiibi-land; wanting o". brisk passage, he  gouged it from Congrcve. ��� But, to get tlie full slg-  nltlcnnce of the .confession, you must remember that  Chaucer, l.ytton, Ford, ChAtoaubrlaiid and Congreve  all nnd'severally.gouged from some one else lu their  turn.    Such is the marvellous merit of the gouge',.  Or Pick a nicck'iii bept'seller at random and Ob  serve the loving marks, of the tool upor. it. Here Is  one-lhat'lias a neatly lilting'clumk of Charles Kcade.''/-  'Foul  Play"  itnbedded   In'It  ml not bettered  iu the  'transfer. "lion! is-anollier iiutlior who has gotige.l  Slvveuse.irs ������Treasure Island" with-rude but-willing  i.Miul Here ajiotlu-r who has wron.-,ht cheerfully  ���ind fred v 'fronf "Knoch Ardeu" and a more modest  one who went a'l> far back a.s ������JJoccaccio." .  Itrctlii-cn. If consistency be a jewel, lot'us gain iho  whole diadem bv discarding tlie smug quill .and Ink  ,lot as the insignia of the scribe and substituting  therefor that honest, Indispensable, ui-.ivors-.il ctm-  veuicucc ���--/���' lHerau.ue���the gou^'e.   :  "Clad lo hear It, sir," rv*ponded Mf-r.eod, vi ho- wns  as yot-up.iblc to collect nil hi*! fneuKlcs.  '���The pilotage costs about forty per ceni the value  of the ship,'1 continued the Captain, obsor. ingVjlui  WTiring stufllng hi*, fee 'Into a mysterious pocket  iiliefe r.o-pllot e\er had a pocket beforo., "I d^ro say  it was reckoned as salvage." fi  "Anyhow,  sir,"  replied, McLeod,  with ?t  wrathful  grin  at  his  professional  colleague,  "tho  ship  Is  -.till  ,afloat,  and  I hupe  thcie  ain't any  holes  In  her button.. "  This sarcasm was calmly received by Jim Waring.  "Coodby, sir," she said to the Captain, "1 hope I'll ,  have the pleasure of taking you dot',n.'  And I  hone  Dick Mcteod cm. get you the rest of the wny1<fwlth  the help of the lead going on both ildf.s of the ship.1'  This remark'exasperated Mcl.eod so tliat he turned   '  nway from the Captain and-whispered angrily In Jim  Warlng's ear:��� ' ' i.  - "Do you know the'penalty of this sort of monkey  business?"        . '    ' *  "Of,course I know the penalty,"'' responded'/Im out  aloud so the Cuptula and- the chief. quartorniastcr  and the' navigator could hour; "but 1 don't know of  anybody so low'down ns would tell on inc."  w, -..,.���Jflelther^qcks nor Jail. , ,,  "Xot'untll you put a ship on the rocks nnd get yourself ln Jail," replied McLemV darkly.  "I  shan't  do either,"  snld'Jlin   Wai-tng'/who. -evidently  meant t'o have  the   last  word.    "I, knew  the*  course as well ns dad and belter than Jennings, and ,  It's enough.    The, tidal  flow  l-,n't inuch,nnd  regular  enough. *   Well, 1  can,'* kecp-.thc  jawl  wailing nny r  longer.    Tho" men, are ,wel  to the skin, and .they, aie  humans," even if they are Chinamen.    Good by.  Dick.  Come.In and see dad nnd ine when you are round this  way agnln." '' ��� .    ,'  Then the pink faced pilot swung herself down the  ladder and dropped Into the yawl, which bobb.-d olT  to thc cutter, and Jliii Waring wns'seen uo uiorn that  day. L*    , ,    '--  u -  Tho afternoon liad grown .(wnutifully clear nnd  Captain Fortescuo, who was deeply lntf'i-e*-ted In the ,  pink raced pilot who liad just left, took a riirn up ���md  down the bvjuso' -w 1th McT.ood. ' It wtis the kind of  weather-and sort of sen ln which 'the pilot and the  skipper may Indulge In coin ersatlou on,, general subjects.      " X. i  "Never was so taken In," said Captain   Fortescuo.  "I  n'over suspected  a   thing until-the  whole  business  was over and she made a clean breast of it to ine In the  chart room.   l,oi*d. but it -pue'iiio thc cieeps'.",  , "She'--  a   gocd  girl,  sir,  a   first rate  girl,"   repli<.'J  Mcl.ecd, still  keoptng two <*.>os on 'tlio -ship's cdur*o.  "She  went  up  to   Kobe 'and  'twas  a  kind  of  a   joke  her  passing, the  examination'before' thc (board,  but  tliete's   no   lolling   w'luu.   women   will-.do,   and   whe-i  that   American   lawyer   seived' notice   on    the   Pilot  P.oaid, that   they  had   to  give   bur  a   certificate   tho  " Hoaid  wasn't quite, so hilarious."    -  "I knew of a. woman who has a-yacht and also his  "n  pilot's license, but I'd rather not''trust ,-hei   with a'  . six   million   dollar   cruiser," (said   Captain   Fortcscue.  ���Td   rather  have  Waring,  Sr���   when - he   has   looked  V upon the wine wheiijt Is.red." - . ,  "I've ne*. er -?een Waring as the couldn't ivnl':  straight and make thc ship walk straight' too," replied 'Mcl.eod defiantly. -'I suppose the .g'n s.-i.d  her dad was ill or something and bullied the Chinese  . civw to take her Out ln the cutter���everything here.  Is disorganized since the earthquake. But this iilon-  keying with the pilotage Is going lo stop -for Ji.n  Wnrlng.    She won't do it nny more."  "How can j on stop her?" asked the Captain.  "I'll stop her," answered Mcl.eod, grinding til-:  tooth. "I'm going to bo man led to th.it gill- I'm a  Scotchman���I'm i*o American' to let a woman do as  she cursed pleases.' 1 know how fo manage a woman.  Give her two points, quartermaster." ",c  lt was two days later that Mcl.eod entered the little white bungalow on the hill with the big flagstaff  o\er It. The Chinese sonant opened the door and-  McLeod went in the little sitting'loom. There s.it  Waring. Sr., an extremely clean and correct looking  person, enjojlng his conv.ilo*ceir.e from .in o\eido*e  ��� of whlskej, with a newspaper in his band and a pipe  ln his inouili.  Not Very Definite.  "Where Is'JemuuaV" asked McLeod, after exchanging greetings.  "Gone to Kobe," replied Wnrlng, laying his now.s-'  paper down and slu��\ Ing a tobacco box and matches,  toward Mcl.eod.  "What fori" asked McLeod.  "To see her lawyer���that"*- idl RheYl tell me." replied tho father of Mis*. Jemima. "I tell her eveiy-  tblng 1 know, but I can tell >ou what, Mcl.eod, *Ue  don't teli me cerythlng sho knows,. I think you io  going ro hare :i de\ il of a time with that girl." Mcl.eod grinned.  "Just try me," he said.    "When will -.he be back?"  "Oon't know' that, either," responded Waring.  "When 1 n&ked her she said she'd l.e back as soon ns  .she got through with her business. That's not very  definite, you know."  McLeod, being duo on the pilot boat within two  hours, hnd no time to go to Kobe In search of the lady  of his love. He returned to his station, ten miles further up the const, went on boatd his boat, found throe  pilots ahead of him, turned in and slept for the next  live days, his 'mips being Interrupted only for nieals  ami an occasional dispute witli the other!pilots cooped  up with. hlivi.- After that for two weeks ho only went  from the pilot boat, to"n- ship. fr<>in the ship to Die  dock and from the dock to the pilot boat agaUt. Tti eh  at the end of 'three weeks, one bright morning, the  pilot bont being nt7her'station,, the big. cruiser came  spinning down on her return voyage. .McLeod was  the" "ne-xt chance'-' "-��" and wa�� taken aboard, lie.  was"-wnnul'v greeted by Captain! Fortcscue.  ' Tlu*.'dav wan so-clear that the',ship could have  femnd her own way hi and out of reefs and shoals  nnd islands, and there was time for un agreeable  conversation with Captain  l-'ortcscue.  "How   about   Miss  JemimaV"   asked   Captain   l-'or-  ������Haven't   seen   her  vol." Uplhd   Mcl.eod.   with' ii  blush, forpllot^cnn blush.    "I expect to sec her wl'.eii  1 leave the ship.'.' ��� '  ��� \boul two hour* f.ftc.-ward the while,bungalow and  the llagslalT were sighted. The little pilot boat keeping her watchde.g gu-.u-d.' caught sight of lh.- cv.i1/-.-r  and instantly 'made.a dash for ���her.  of noon they couid see a - figure In  -lip tied under the'ehin with a  red  tt after the crew, and as lhe ya.wl  over the side as hardy as y.m pi on so. She mii.iiiio  tnwaid Capi ill. For'"", tie, extending her il^-lu h.u.i  and holding out a paper in hn left.  Captain Fe.itese-ue grool'd hei ������������rdl illy.    T'leve v. \s  no hint "f skirt*. In slghi, and  the man .it   the   wi.e I  ���\\\ui   w a.s   not   Stubbs,   hipl   no   suspicion   i;f    ih     e-.*'  tr.t.jii'ln.iry iiatuie ->f v.lmt   w.is  h.iii. ei-ing _   (' ij.. i.  Foi-lcs'eue   ln*.il��d   Jim   Waring   l.'.-'.i   ti.-e   cl:.nt   i<o.n  .  ,'w hero  his  buy. h.id  some   hot  coliee  i,.tdy.  ar-1   -.1*  jSfke.1   Mcl.ee d  III   to  liat e  i|. <np   ti'foi"  le.nli.g ;'     '  f-ldp.    j*is a mailer of fact, Capi.ii-i Fi.rle*.".!!' w.irm!  to see the mcdtiiig betweiMi the two ,   ,  ���'When did you get thai  Ihrnse'.'" asked  McT.ood, i.i  a Mem Scoli h \i>U e. of Jemliua  "Last    week   in    Kobe,"    answered   .Tt'ini.'ia    cooll'..  "My lawyer made tt so hot for the  Pilot  I!"���.!id  tin!  they  were glad enough In give It to me  to get  nil   .-'.  him.    I'm going to n lawjer n-iw  for c^fryl!lillg  passed au Al examination and hn, -* got  my  lit i*'  just !as  straight, as yours,  Dick  McLer-d.    There  ,i'���  JusLjwo   women  p;iots���b.   the  F.:'s(,  ami   I   innl-.L-  Pi    '  third.   'The cth'-r  two1 aie [���Hot/V, wlics."  '  ,     Keeping the Secret.  "Ami you'll be a pilot-*- wife pretty sonn. Ji-mlm .,"  snld McLe'cd. I'.i a tune-of niithirlty, shaking limitl*  Willi her. 'llieu, witli Caj t-iln Fortesc'Ue, before li'->  tumbled don n tlie rope ladder. ' ,    -  "Won't you  iti Ire, your bonnet oiT. Miss Jemima ?"������  n-ikcd Ctiptnln Forteseuc, [wllteiy,-^ tho pink cli"ol��.'.l  pilot ' ' ' l '  ���'No.'1   thank  joti."  ��nld  the  plVot    "I, think  It  U    '  - , if,  better DqK to let.tho people In  the ship suspect au/-,  thing." _ '   , | -  The Capfa'in thought so too, ' ..t "'     ,"-  In, spile of the license and of his previous experience Captain I'ortesene foui'd It oouvenlcntj to ie-  p main oti the bridge while I'hey traversed tho lane in  tho' enrthqiuike region. -In the short ./stretches  where the, course was plain ho nf tempted to eug.igo  tiie pilot In some1 light conversation, but Jpinlm-i  sternly mitlntnlu.ld<!\ polite (a'-lturiilty The Captain. '  liftwc\ it, maiMged to get an answvr out of rher_ lo_^  one question. '_'     ' '  ."What arcwii'n going to do about your license when  you get i!iii.-i-|((l?"     ,       i(. <"  ,   ' '      '  -,    "Don't  Intend  to give  up the  license," replied  the?  pilot. ���" ,v r"     , -   _ -       Y  "Hut McLoed say-= he  will   make yrju."  ,A smile shone upon the pilot's face, bringing out :i  dimple  In   her chef-k   , ,7 ,,  "Dick talks that way," she said, and-then ordered  "thl? wheel down a pol'it. -    i ,,  .,  U'lie pilot thl* time accepted her courtcjsy,right tr.  thc bridge and walked up and down with a steady. If  nf)t\m.iscul!ue. tread, her brown stockinged ankles  shewing at the edge of liie ,oilskln. When the wh'lto  bungalow niid lhe 'ilagstaffi came lu sight the, pllo,t  , bant sfeamrd cut to take Jemima oft. Captain  Fortesine pailcd fiom her "with ,n couli.il handshake-}'  nnd wlfli^a reipiest to send him an imitation to 1111-*-  .wedding.    The  pilot  sniilcd  an  enigmatic stnilo and;  J  was her final re-  piomised to let Mm know.  ,    "But 1'won't gu e up my license  mark., ' , ,  It wsas a .weelVafter 'that when piik'McLe,od git  down loathe little" ,wh,ite bungalow. Jen-.lin.i. dres��e.-  In a blue skli-t\-n:d white -niit waist ,u .,1 with'":! ,1m Ui-l  aiouud her,neck i-nd'n i Ibbnn.lii her h-ilr. was sitiiuii  nl the "window reading a fashion magazine. Waring  lii-ie.  was  fortunately absent. , ' '  '     ;  "How do >ou do, DickV", sho said, rl.lng, nnd offer  ing her hand.'which IHtk'look, respotiding:���      ("     i  "llou hie joti. Jimt?" .  "First vy'te, thank you," rei lied Jemima.    "Take ;';  seat.     \Vo-\e  had   line   weather lately.     If  It   wis  al"  v. ,*i..'*>  like  this." pilot lug ,i  erui*cr  would   be  about   a  e.tsy  as  leading an  old  cow   to  witcr  with  a   h.ilte |  around  her neck " A  "Jt nlirt always fine weather." replied/jPif-k. sealln (  himself ,md biking up lhe f.i*-|j|on m-igiiziije "I s; j  tlie*c short waKted gouus aie cowing /(��� f:i*h:e,; ,'  Jfs mighty queer hm,- ((-.*��� women wear tlie s.an'j1  fashions nil over tlio world and get Ilium -so qulc' ;'j  too." ' -  '���n.ive j ou cot iIu> printed chart of the new pil  f.n.undV Dad and 1 got ours .los-tonl.-iy. Il's jn*t ,  will fur .\ on te> leain it. 1 know it back wind :i le.idy  s-'ld  Jemima   briskly. '  ���'.\o." replitd  Mcj.efd.    "I don't like the way the f|i .  feathers   hang   down   liehu.d   on   the'   ioiimi'ii'i   ha' i'imSJfjlf  Now.  when >i,u  get  you;   wedding  hat   I   hope  il  w mSumJ jiw.  be something sticking up in  front, like this, .loin."   Ifffaf1  Mcl.eod  pointed  te"> a   pUtiiro  of a   h.u   winch   w t|sM|||  ornamented   with ,   icitlis  of  roses  and  a   large  a SH*'  aggressive nhb.iu bow ||  "1   like  feathers just  as  well  as   I p\'er did.   Die g  roplieil .lenilm.i. "but "ii-.t don't know boW  coiivenu  th.it   swe.uer   and   the   ill", uletl   skirt   -I'-.d   the   th  a   pleasant  ciiinge.  j  sill-1  waists,     nut   th |srj.  wooWcn   sioLklmts  aie.     It's  know,  from  long skin*  nnd  It's nice to get bafk  tn'ei long skuts and  shut  w,n 1&&  again," Jemima said.     DUk  iaiel  the ujagazino du< utS'  The Facts First Ms  "When   aie   you   going   lo   ZH^  Jemima?" MX-san*!'.  '���A'ei ei*.   Kit hard."   answered   Jemima   calmly,   if.TiuM/j  tli.lt the light was ,,n. , /SK'tllfti  "Well,   then."   said   Alcleed.   "the  only   thing   l-jitjjjm  I * * f I i  (lie cruiser tip  be i 0��!}!  ard   and   [MV  lay  the fait* ahe'iit  \our l ilc|-i  you   had   the  license  before   the   Pilot  1  \eu suspended.  "I  think," replied .lennivn.  "\ov  m-.v\   get tu* t\  but I don't believe you tan get  n>e suspended.    '  ii.Wsod nn Al cviminatioti, ai'd my pnpe-s. tl-^y  were  better tlmu   Dad's,  aivl  his  ;lio  the  best   -.  \ou I'.no.w."  '  Mel.oid  tuuied  a   pc.rpIoM.1   f ice  loiiaul   ..u-  do'w    w here the bright sea glinted ln the i...*-tiliiu' (  "Let me see." nm-ed ..omlm.i "It *.���.<���>Id Pike  a moiitli to get to Kobe anil make tlie .haiges. :e  will lake another month lo Investigate theai. .\n  the time the thing 1* se'tlcd I will l,e M-'s. Mc  .u will have to p.i.\  tlie tine."  ir.ij  and >..u will l-.avo to p.i.\  tlie tine." jj.     A'-  This  was a  new   asp, ct ot   He* ca*e   w'.ihb   In.   <(j     {Hj  octuricd   to   Mcl.eod      lit"   was   .��   S otehm >u   am,  _|j     V!  good   tu'iin-i  l\e-lel.  tor u illu;u  In  ii  lit tile clean- light  in oilskin."witli a  silk  ha.ndkercliief,  scramble into the b.  K.K-t oast the rope hid-Jer Jcii;iiua' s..rm:-j e.l1 "'^ ,a;:ll>  lt.it   like   b>  |>l)   ���������  meant  to 'lid- to l"'-- ,  '���]ii. ion know." i..1,linn, il Jemima, ii   lug   i �����.     t;  pi" oier the leaves of tlie 'm.-tgazliK'.-iiid point' i.     \<  couple .>f Ilhi.slV-illoii.s, of a -lar.tf.anip luip-'sliij.-  , , i  ,,ai-'iv    ������ri.ere   was   a   big   inlene.-.tloiial   we deliu;    ,{  week In'Shanghai bet wren'a Scotolimnn   iml .1 i      .j*  I.-iiii   girl,   with ���.lashings 'of .money, on   both   hiIi    j{  rea.l  mighty prettyV b'.u *-""' .C-<y  '  '���"','   "���'   *    jf.  about.-these ������hiterhatiomil   inari-iagt..-/.    'J'.,   dm -    i��i  "Mini countesses doii't.api.eiir I" gel oil -o w-II  wl    ^  dukes anel ejiil-s."     ' .  -  "Perhaps  not."   replied   M.I.��'e:<l.   ' but  there'is', neither rank  iior, money.  �� jV'iulma had been standing "P with hu   lu  h  bin'' tlu-re v*-as s.-mell.ttig In lhe way Mel ,    Is.  : dear" tliat quenched her -.-.Ian*.-  ���   "Toil   see. ,lfm!:.i:..".'said   'Mt*l.cod.   n*iu*.   '"  lie the laughing sb.e.k of al! tin-  boys if 1   h I   n  dii"'plloiiu-gr    Thev'd"-tliul it "! =>> all tin  m it  Vou doii'i suppose i-'aptniu Fonoso.uo is gom-,  (I   nil   to   hlmsell!   when   he's  dmlug   Willi    I   t-  '.dmlrals. a'r.d the stories g.eir.g ar/eiintl.  |'je laugh'd '-'Ut i-T the servl- ���' anyhow. ;i*  Women are-viuiiilng '-���''.' I"''1'-  a   surprisu-g   in    il *  ri n na- would e.'M ' ' '   "  "supplvnr gray mailer.'   S...U WrA.wU |i .l�� -   "i  - ������  -,    'leil   y..-.i   w-.nl.   1  Ik."    she  said.   *-   I  .���  his s',���,nl,:...-. -TH  k.vp.th-   '' '  '-  mv.-iuori-  pi'loiini-.V Will   thai   sun   -.  ���i\ ing lii-r a  Ie ml   '   -'  ,-.!' tin- .'.imp'  l her-1   '  ,-'.  iii.'-!-.  tsj'  ��* *.ti  i in it  ,i i  anil win i    '   1>  i  ft  I  ir  a ��� ce-niei-  "il!  .'fl'-n  genuity. far grchi <-r C  m  lK-r-h.-ad  W'-n'.l  do an\ ' i  "V.cs."  ni'i-li.  _ smacU in tl  l  ing  i. i j.  Deck.  Iniil*l  \v 111  a.-  ,!,.|::i!l!:l ' sta  !i -I.  I.  I  .M'  I  i  *__&_##���  mRSF** ' I  I ***-**. �����  .-At  -   '    'Si  **  *>j  ...->,  'ft  vv: ,.k  -j-'yi' "$  TIIK T.KA^KU.-MOVJK, JilUTISTI COLlttHJlX,  ��ho ����iS8_?s&  SKSESB^^*'"   ~^^^gg  At the Churches.  CATHOLIC     CIIUHCn.  There will be thc regular morning aud evening services Sunday.  Morning services afc 10 o'clock.  Eveiling set vice"  nt  7:->0  .o'clock.  <-  XnTIIOillbT   ("IIPIU'H  Morning service at 11 a. in.    Sunday School, a p. iu.    Evening   ser-  . vice, 7:30   p.  m.     A  heiu-ty   wol-  leome  extended , to nil.  | 'Rov. J. V\'. IMIUyi;-1*, B. A.  1   '     (P.tstor.)  use a protection and a  guarantee against ohim  i ui  Sun-  BUSINESS   LOCALS, ,rpi  1     Miners' Unjqn meet?   tomorrow  ?aighr.  Uet  tho  habit-.    Oo  to   Crowe  Bros.  TO LET--Threo furnished house-  <������*  keeping rooms     Apply  Litemati  P  .TheOpen Door; "_?_["_*," vT  .      Y__ , 1    J-llk*5 notice that  wo  intend   to  SCIENTIFIC NEW DISCOVERIES.  i'r:::-.ji i if':I ks  Morning Sei vice II  a.   in.  day sclio'jl and Jhble da**** ac   'AAO  p.m.    Evi.tii-ig "Service at  7:30   p.   ^enns  in.'   A hearty welcome to all.  Kl-JV. U. A.   HACKNCY, B. A.  v ,       "     ,iYastoi'.)  CHEAP UND NEAR  ��� VANCOUVER    ',.  FOR wSALI5���5 and JO-acrc  lots within 20 miles of V.in-  couver, near the , waterfront.  Splendid for fruit and gar-rlcn  produce. L'Ocal demand for  everything grown, Terms  $50 cash and' $10 monthly.  Soil is first class. You' will  never again have an opportunity like the present to  secure  laijd  so  near  to   this  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.  TJj,is hotel is    now  .uujer   ��cv,r  management, and is first class  ,   in every respect  TAYLOR  &   BONNER,  , lM.Oi'HUSTO'l..*.."  Victoria Street. <  The Expert ft*,,  Work,  Oil  e.IOYiF.  L A UN C H, E S  -,  May.be Real "Strad"  Wlibn Dave Ivou't was returning  of all kinds,  great city that will increase in |Thc   BEST   finisj1C({or    knocJ  value.so rapidly on such   casvi , ,   -  terms.'  Address:- .*     ' |domis- '    Motor  boat  supplies  of all kinds.  ", ". The Bi:ST ENGINES.     '  ���Prices right. i  Kootenay Motor Botf'Co.fILta".  1   'is. 0.  JAMES BROOKS,  Merchants1' Rank Building,  VANCOUVER, B. C. ,  it  wo  intend   to!     ���������"��� r *��� <-  i -innlv to  Sm>Pi-ii.fr..iflon<   ��r   pY   -l'*,m *-,ie east a sl*ot<' *'!m0 n��"�� "��  \Liri\IIMl   IV MV   IIIM III I-K'IHS '���PP'J   LO   pupei lUCCntJpnt , Ot    PrO-' , , ,,-,..-.  ^ICftllMtl\Ln_UIiU0��LhlL\      v.ncial 1>Qliee>  klLer  thlr-y day    purchased au,old  violin  lrom  a  ly (Uo cJcotro-matrnr-tlc lol^raph nn    f*'��>H ^o "vst appearance' of  thiJ Seofcch iralnigmD\ boy' ,wJj<?  ^ns  ���rater ran c-\n<-*.!y locate a fine-isio in , UQt\oe   for /��. rf.��mv,..l"r.f> ,*.���,.   ��� !���,,-> I on tho train with him, that ho bo-  nMibmailni iMliloiH'iuij SOU) mllfo loiitr.  y-01''*-'-'  -oi a ] enowftl ol ,Olir   liqil- , .A  A few f?s*.|., si.nt. w cn cm-ch Kof)o��i*L lor licence, under the m*ovi-,ions of lieves ia  a  S0,mmo  (*:-'*-'*J*-U-*  ia-  cniibl.-. lilin t- aa-iir:ttdy,(lot.jrmiiie t4ia I   Y   7 .     V        ! l        fi.vnmpnt      Tlin   hnv   hail   hn-i��hL  md:   iorln.u.nn   from   wl,a*li   tl-cv aro. -the statute-*, in that hohalf, in'tliei *'����U3e>��"    ilU3   "*   "aa   '*>*'��� ���g-i��'  l.'ikfis.    J'iiislicc-nn Jf.-,cril<r- as i^rlr-etlv   ' ���     ., .'  ���        I r.hn  ' Hy  .1 s'n  -��.,....j ..u  ...,Lj,tj^,3   iiiu   vu/ii/icu   ne ue.u.1-  j-:u.i!.v dftonnlno   tho   nature  of   many  chronif* ilNr'aif** witliout s-foiiifr and per-  4 i'unaliy fj\-a.miiting'ilie;r patlfcnti..   Inrcc-  "lJOTt"l<",nr? ' KAI "R <!51 -;fl    1-1.1x7'=    pS",/intfrli-.oa!*o without a personal oxatn-  ���      1    lUiX   bA*-''��� >-*-->J    "S"   -i'.iiinon cf Tho patient, they do not cl.ilm  ,to ieO*sfss,inir.KMiIoii5 powers.   7'hey ol>  iaif, ln-tnei"       r * .     ,,   '  described as  the    East Iche /k,dle ln " l��wn!*h9P in  Cj1a9-  i?ovv for'a few shillings. Mr. Kent,  who htt3 ninde .several  violins  in  his time,' will-rep tir, the. instrit-,  ment and-,endeavor  to ascertain  its real worth, '���'       " ,  Presh   shiijmenb  of Hazel wood  , , Creamery .Butter, the first of the  jveek at Gwyunc's.  ,    ' o<       r ,  FOI. SALE ��� lijdateada and  spring. Six bedsteads and 'four  springs.���Apply to Taylor & JJoti-  ner, lpternatial Ilotul. '    Y     '  ,. Fresh   strawberries,     tomatoes   at tl-" Jn^ututiiin.  and   cherries   tor    Saturday     at   " ���- -      ������-*-���  at '*Uvynne!s.  '  ' - "  THiss L. M. Seott, trained  nurse  ,  pfllithwell  Jlospital, 'Winnipeg,  '.is   ready  for -engagement's of any  kind.   ,   Maternity    a'   specialty.  Moyie.       .   ,' Adv.  Try one of our sodas,   the'Ynly  up to-date 'fountain   in   town,   at'  , p Wynne's.-  ' , '  ' , ',  Singer * Sewing "Machiuos 'cost  jp-ery little more , than cheap machines. JJo tlio best work and  last a life time, Sold on small  monthly piyments by Geo. 13.  Powell, Cranb'rook. In Moyie on  10th of   ch   month.  - The nicest aud   u.iole.s-;   cream  PAilor in town, at Owyuno'*,.  FUPiXlTURE SALE��� Consisting of o bedsteads and springs, -J  bedroom sets, rugs, :j table?, one  lfirge cook stove, one coal, heater,  one Queen stove, 15 chairs, cooking utensils, one couch, lamps, etc.  Enquire of Mrs. J. Peacock, Tavistock street.  LIQUOR LICENCE-NOTICE  Take notice thati wo intend to  apply to, the Superintendent of  J Provincial Police,' after "thirty  days from tho first appearance of  this* nofice, for a renewal of our  licence to sell iiftoxicating liquor*',  under the.provisions of the 'stY  ute in',that behalf, in the premi*!--  dosciibe-.I i.'s tho Ojsiuvopolit:ui  Hotel, Moyie, .13. O. - *  J1AXS0ME & CAMPBELL,  ,Plated this   15th  day   6f" April.  A. L). 10J0.   ,      ��� .    ' '  METAL   MARKET:  R.'A: Smith.  Ordering Steel Cars  An order for 121 steel pisstrgcr  car*, ha'*, been placed with the  Pullman company by the Ilarri-  man lines. '  John D. Rockefeller would go  brok'e"if he should spend his entire lincoma trying to prepare a  better medicine than Chamberlain's Colie, Choloraand Diarrhoea  ilemedy for diarrhoea, dysentery  or bowel complaints. It is simply  impossible, aud so says every one  that his used it. ' Sold by the Moyio Drug and Stationery company.  Never f/ulv.   liny ,r n0��     jt lmi} MVL i,f...  '"���*i.'��/i "i/��|ji.iy ciTi.i.-n ipecuiinr uaiti  Hiihjeowd to_tciQijii/ic nnalj.sis tltpy furnish abiuHlanf n.-itn to guide-the judfr-  inpiil- of tlio skillful practilio.-.er. Tins  ir.(.th<i.l eif tipatniu pitii-nts at a distance,  1j7 rcia-fl. In*, beer, .-,0 -iucee*s'tiil that theio  Is sciicely a' rity or. a ^ llliagrs in the  I iilte-J-Siites that i�� not rpiirc-sentcil'by  one or more cases upon the reemds of  practice- at tlio Invalid*.* Tloiel and'Surgical Iii=tiUite. Such faro case-- as c:-n-  nut bo treated in this way, vlnch require  f.irglcal op-r.itions or c;\icftil after-ti-eat,-  nioiit, or el"ctnc.-ili tlierapent.es.'receho  il,(.r"r,.IC?5,.0[.t!u> most skillful special.sts  i i <-  ,.-.--.��� ;v, 'v.-**-.*"���? a!*o e*tahlu*li(d  this rn\a!id*' Tloto: and Snrtucal In*ti-  ,iute with a hill Bi.ifT of Vii\*ician.* who  were cx-pert in Hiclr speei.iltu?*. These , ir*.  iiliysiclan's may "bo consulted, by letter,' \\  fre�� and v.u'iont charge whatever, if von M  wish a .speoealist':, advice upon iiny  chrome m.ihvdy. The .sarao s-ystem of  "specialites".is obsened'as in thc departments of ame-lical coIIoko. <-.Tlio pi ofp&*or.  �� ho would assume to lecture ip all departments with efjual easo.ond prof'ciency  ttotila be severely ridiculed by his colleagues, and it Is just as abjured tosup-  pnso that tho frenoral iiractstionpr can  i;cep himself informed of tho many new  methods of treatment that arc being constantly dcvi*cd and adopted in the several  departments pf .Medicine ar.d Surgery.  People who have beet* patients at Dr.  P-frce's Invalids''riolM, Jliiflalo. N. Y.,  have much to say iu :-fj;nrd to thi* won-  flcrfully equipped  Saiiitamim.-nhcre all  t ip latest elcct.-i'*al app,irafu*, ns well as  r ectric water baths, Ti-.rki-h'baths, static  electric   m.ichine.s,   high-frequencv cur-.  lent, and other most modern and'np-to-       ,  date apparatus arc u��cd for thc cure of     //  (.l.-ir/iuc cli'/easfP.    'Ihe Ireatment of the    /(Y-  c, ironic   ill vases   that   aro   peculiar   to  i \^s^~  wom/'n have for inanj years Lceniilaifre  fiurlor in tho cures plTt-citd at the In*, a-  '  lids' Hotel and Suiiricil rnstituf1. I  Tlio .leilet-ray ttcauneut, *,\hleh Is  another Interesting proceeding, is c.nricd  out by concentrating 11-0 light, nth \n  the violft oi cliO'iiJe.M.1 r.u-,. froi'i an mc  light with a sfK'cinlly titi'ij.iied cuibon,  itijon any portion of tho bedv that may bo  tho seat of pain. SnfTeicr*. fiom ntural-  g a, sciatica, rheumatism, strain*, sprains,  aUo from thoso obscure c\haustiiig t-ain*  (t.ir origin of which cannot at times bo  accurately de'termined) frequently find  immediate roliof trom a *in^fo iraatment  and usually uith a little pi-rsistencn in  the use of thi* aid, comfortable health or  l-i'i-lect re>co,'ery Is outalncd.  Then, thero ts tho Incandescent light  bath consisting of a cabinet In *,*. Inch Uie  pitieut is bathed m the combined ia\s  of manv el.x-tnc li-ht.s. It has pro-  diii'td ieally wonderful res tilts in diabetes  sciatica, rheumatism, obesity, niueml.i,  .".-id some foims of, Kidney and heart  trouble. It has alf,o proven valuable In  chronic bronchitis, bronchial asthma and  the lanou-i skin diseases. As a genen-l  hygi'.'.'ilc mea��nro iiscflicicncy can staice-  ly be over-estiuinteel.  In medicine there has been rap'd rrd  real progress during recent, jeais. ai-d Dr.  1'ierce has ltppt ur> with thc times In that  no Mas bad the nvnufaeture and ingredients ni his v. c!l-l:rio\\ n remedies improved  in a modern laboratory by skill-'d chemists, the createst care being cercised to  see that the i-i'tredients entcriiig into his  well-Unuwn meeiicin.as I>r. Pieicc's K.-  vonte I'resci-lption as well as the "(Golden  .Medical Ilitctivery" nr.s e\li.ictff| from  t!ec bestvarletj of na tn e mi dlcinal rools,  g itucre/l w ith great caie unci at the pro,-or  season of the jear, so that their uudici-  nal properties may bo most reliable..  l.reat cam 1.1 c\ercls/fl not to over en-  cinn.igo those who consult the--iiccialists  , . -   ^ ..  ?n.,;,b.': ;^,.��.lUon Umt no uLc h^ ;i0a dyspepsia remedies, does more  AtU^X^.,;^^^ r^e.       It    permanently  Ij i-i> .*��i*.-ii-*o of rcailuw "iiH.   Send r,.�� iCtiro.*. dyspep-*iu, or   anv  stomach  en..; cent *l.i,iiI.* f,��� ,],��� , !,,t|i-b.>un<i ,.���   ,,       , !,.  Write the invaii.i*'ij.,:,.] j,,,,) surgical !t,Iouble b-v' P'-tting energy and  LX,rN.'v.I{-V'r'C,c'J'i'rCa,deut,Iit j^tioiiflrteri intq the wall, of the    j "toiimcn, where tho gastric  juices  N"sw ToriK���JMr silver, vl\ cts."  Lead $150. ' -~Y  li'/O.vno.**:���-Lsiur.Cl2, 7s, CJ.  ,     MOTOR  BOATS  Would you like satisfaction in  your 'now launch? -Would you  liko to have a guarantee on it?  >Vould y(ou liko to have it built  from a ficst class design? Would  ryou like to beat tho-otlier .follow?  If you do, write us. -Wo will l^io  glad to give you prices 011 finished  boat?, .'knockdown frames, - patterns or boats partly finished. .  .,"* ;k: henry s.co: ...  noATjjUriujiiits,     ''^KKlAo^, IV. O.  KELSON",  :u"' "vcr n .   -4t  Wall     v , V- *%  Armslronu^c",   " ,$  u ' 3��cperff  i  ���**. !  Try om- thojjK]j  eliiclso;-,s,  producer.  a Pi'l  THE WAIVE     *  Ice Cream Parlor  i  i/'  Drcwrv Biji.linff   -    JJ- '^- Horiie, Prop.  i ,. <- e ,    '  Stationery,.Cigars, .Pipes, Tobaccos, Choice Choc-  ���  dates,  and All  Kinds o,y Assorted, Candies!  '    Fresh Fruit in "Season1 and SoffyDrink's.  ��� --   /'/SPECIAL. 7 :"���',���   ;  Full and Complete Stock of Fishing-tackle.. - - 'Call  ' i See Display in Window.' Just   Opened v  LUCKY LEAF ICE CREA-M' PARLOR'  ,  P. 0. Block,'  Movie, B. C.  <V  Motor , Boat Supplies  . ' and ?  Gasoline Engines-.'   -  i- ' * i  f t '  \Y,e have the largest and   bcs?t as-  -sorted stock in the'interior of B.  O.     Anything   used  on  a  motor,    TU.rvm.,���, ,       ,    ���  -at  we    have  got  IB.     We are  m^^��^S I i, S^tiJ  us agent for tho Loinsolitlatecl iMiin'n.g &  Smelting Co', of- Canada^ l/,d.\ i'Veu  il!tier's CertificateKo. E2*l,tfH2J intsiicl,  bixty.flavs from the tlatc hereof, to p,pjj��j  to the 'Miiiiiic; Recorder, for   C<,*f(ificutes  FOR'  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES'  of all descriptions, such as" house  iittings, lamiis, shades- or motor  boat supplies, -spaik -plug?, coils,  batteries, go to or write. ,  l    -  J.* H. -RINGROSE  ' ,  A    " ,.,      - -'   '  .Stanley,St.        ', '(      Nelson; B.C.  P* BURNS  MOYIR'  Certificate of Imprbveinenls  ��� rf, -    GOTO  Mdntyre i[\  NOTICE  ��� DIvLTA FRACTION ANlb CI/IXTON  TRACTION MLVURAL CIjAISI.S,"situate iu, I he Fort Steele Miiiistg JOivision  of Knst Kootenay l>i��trn.ct. '     '  Where located: On the   east   side ' of  I^owei.JJoyie Lake.   >  TAKBuVOl-iCar-tlmf I '  agents for The Oaille * Perfection  .Motor Co., and wo* keep in stock  a number of motors at nil times,  so    boforo  purchasing   elsewhere  call and inspect them.- ' Thev  artrt   , r  ' .    "'* K,eco,''ler- inr  C^lffiejtp  highinaualitvhnh  w   :.. LI      ^"^ovement for the p��rp,se  of oh:  MM-NA  Relieves   Stomach Misery - Almcst  Immediately  If the food you ate at your last  meal did not digest, but laid for a  long time liko lead on'your  stomach, then   you    have  indigestion  j and quick action should be taken.  Of course there are many other  symptoms of indigestion, such as  belching up of sour food, heartburn, dia-iines-i shortness of breath  and foul breath, and if you have  any of them, your stomach is out  oi older and should be corrected.  jMi-o-na tablets have cured thousand, of cases of indigestion aud  stomach trouble. If you have any  stomach disorder, Mi o-na will relieve instantly.  ��� Hit Mi-o na, unlike most so-cil  I    LIQUOR LICENCE   NOTICE  J , '  1 , Take notice that I intend to  apply to the Supetintendent of  Provincial Police after thirty  days from the fust publication of  this notice for a renewal of my  licence to sell intoxicating liquors  by retail in the premises known  as the International hotel in  Moyie. PHANCE3 L TAYLOR,  Dated this 15th day of April,  A. D., 1010.  high in quality but low  in ..price  ', Write 'for  catalo gu .  ; and prico list.  -     E. D. MESSENGER'.Co.        I  P.O. Uox 172Y        500 Stanley st  NELSON",   13. C /" ,-.-,.   ���-.  Uiniiig   Crown   Giants" of   th'e   above  claims! Y  Ai-iUuither take notice tliat * action,  under Set-lion 37, must K* commence!  before the i'wuauce "of ,&udS Cetti%��t.cs  of f:upso./fc*nent. -     y  ;��ateil this 19th clay of Apiil, ,A. P.,  1910. ' '.''���...  Rep-tirjj,  Ageuts_ -for, the p^.  Watei proof    ���cat?itrj  which keep? out-cor  toiip*. ftipt.'dtj,  '., Small sitnpio !>.���[  Sheet Miisip and Mtiil  ��� Annstrppg &  (Xext door "to Pro=|ier|  Oranbrook,  '. MISS HELENA iiij  Cerlificittc!Cu<iwt.-n(-I  u'nr, r-ifc-l  P^O.'Box"127,-   t.  \ i i i -  "\\rIH ,bo itiuMo'yiecieiiJ  ' V ii i      ' , 1  NOTICE  -Take uotico that T intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, after thirty  days from tho first appearance of  this notice, for a renewal of my  licence to sell intoxicating liquors,  under the provisions of the statutes in that behalf, in tho premises d escribed as the Yahk Hotel,  Yahk, B U.  JOILYE. GJBij-ON  Dated this 15th  day   of April,  A. D.1010.  J have been instructed by the owners ol* the Moyie Touii-  * site to sell lots nt the same prices as they,were last year.  j.~j-_) |JU.0 j)tojllcC(*  RP^CAnaliia   Pi'iV/vr.     ex���   ��i��   j   r       1      r       < \    A la'���� box of y]i-��-"*  tablets  __^dsonaoie riices ior Iiigh=Grade -uoods i^^oeutb^th-.. Moyie d��,b  | &   Stationery  company   and   aro  In cleaiimruJUi our linn, the huv est reLaiY-cwellervhon.se ' yi,arvnteed   to   ����ro   or    money  in Canada, vou receive even- advantage moderate   prices   aiid I b'lCk''    ^-^ ��the'8 fuLI> '^'^  superior qualitv can oive    " pnecs   .iilCl|CllIWi   It is  a producer  or  flesh  0    ..     ., "     1     -s���     ' j when the body is thin; it  cleanses  p - . ;l"V    '���1 LlClCr *%-st-*-"i, wh.ivh .touches   every; point. iu|tho slomael1 ahd bowel*,;  p.uifics  Lntish Columljia, practicaljv brings our well   assorted   sYclv f'ho blood   a"d' milke?   vich"ve<^  to your homes; wiiereYrom our catalo-..,-   vvlll ,  nt leisure, .Silverware, Cut Cla-s, Leather   Goods  Clocks-rnid  rewellerv;  e,- you uia.y   choose  Watch.es,  blood.  T  he  :i.i'es.t rn,rj,e   of .suilable Yveddiug -gifts in Canada.  Write at1 once for our catalogue.  -,.. ���' Henrv Birks-���'& %n^   J  le-.v.j  mar  7 j  or-iici  .{Uili-.t-Vvi/j  k-r 1  LIQUOR LJCI:N(j']] NoIICIj  Take notion that I intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, after thirty dny*.  from the first appearance of this  notice, for a lencwal of my h-  coueo to sell intoxiciting liquors,  under the provisions of tho statutes in that bohall, in tho prom-  ises desciibcd as the. Moyie Hotel  Moyio, ]3  0.  PHILIP V. JOHNSTON  Dated this   15th  day  of Apiil,  A.L). 1910.  Lot and three-room house on Tavistock street, $650.  House and lot ou south Tavistock street, *I75.      THIS  IS A BARGAIN,  Two lots aud two-room house, near depol, $600.  A one-third interest in   a   beautifully  situated   tract of  laud ou west side of Moyie hike, $1,500.  Cpz&ioums Jffitt-o-fifE)  ! i.o use  Iv; Trorc  YANCOWEK, Bt   0i  LIQUOR LICENCE NOTICE  ���Take- notice that I intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  I'rcVvincitd Police after, thirty  ���days from the fitsfc publication   of  CURES  CATARRH, ASTiiMA/I Senc" to Vn" ���T'al v* my  Bronchitk, Crotio, Coug^ and Colds, o     ' 77 .7 ��s^^t."K U��n0n  money back.    Sold'and guaranteed by   I by ���U ' ^   fcIl��   l��-.cniis.es   known  * 1,as.the C'ontrnl' Ifott-.I inAuovie.  VICTOR DWSAi;i.NM.R  Dated, this   15th  d.iy  of  Anri!  ��� A. D.1910. Y    -   *    ','  Man'. Dir.'j The Moyie Drug & Stationery Co.  S1^  f  '3  ?���"������������*$������������������������������������^^^  4 A  -Y  r i-7 '


Citation Scheme:


Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics



Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            async >
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:


Related Items