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 r.:-_i  i  r  _^��_  B  DlJNi  r af  Wo*  over j;  I'.ij<,;  n..1, _H  Ml  ^__a  X- *"���*____��'  ���^i'Sii  P*St!  f JV1  ~~. "r-  B_ *  __n  GO TO  e-"A|  ii     1  !*'':$  e dtEJ  KnikV-U-!  I  i-."0^  1 T'i I' 1  Eft n/^  ''-Mi   1  \v*t&  En_raT_j I  miiviw  ff-r'T ftl  itpairej, 1  IttiffL  v the Fil  fetl  '-l,w I  l_SS_Pl  jiit-cor I  C_  B/ffifi  tyt.'dijl  ffl*vJ��-_  11(1 Ml!_)l  3P_ if  *,  wt.-n('|  E*_j_  pens?]  Hefr-j  ^_k__l  ����_��*-^<l  "i          1  m  *'   _>  -*4_  it  Do your eyes bother you?,  Consult W. H. mison,  of    Cranbrook    and   fet  satisfaction.  <;,-=:  Sayc.u:pncy l.,v j m,'-,;.,-,.  in}? your  'v0tim��'.;jec_:. j i e: i  r '  Witeosvthe .k-'.vb-ir.  VOL. IS NO,G.  MOYIE, B. C., .FRIPAY, MAY, J3. 1910.  9  4&  K SHOES  ',    Our spring order of   "K"   boohs, shipped   from  Kendal], England on the s. s. Consican- on .February  9h . , will be here 'in a few days.  '" ' i        ' ���  Nothing Just as Good as the "K" Boot  Campbell's for Quality  m  1        GENERAL FLOAT    ,   ��  <W ' ,i    . - /f)  3e&fe���6fcfe���_6eee���*������eee,._s*5��s)  Locating In,Alberta  1 TJie strike of the coal  minors at  Frank has been settled.  It is thought that-'tobacco  can  be grown successfully at Creston,  LOCAL ASSAYS J,1^  7/$-$&3>_>?S>S>3-.:._>-._l__>a>rS_33.,-,_/�� ;  S2 A YEAR  Roberts A Me���inger are naak-                  ;        ,     ,    i\lj'/  ing acfinal reduction in their stock j   ��� N. W. Burdett is down at Hos- J \$f  and will soon begin packing' what   mei'- f ^  is left, ���  They have secured a looa-  Thomas Abriel has bought the  Ymir Herald plant and will start  a paper at Nakusp.'       <  The big Greenwood-Phoenix  tunnel is progresting at the rate  of about six feet a day.  Ladies, Gentlemen and Kids  You can gel  Hazel wood  Ice   Crea'm,   Hazel-wood  Pure  ��� i , < ��� ���' I ��  Creain, Hazel wood. Butter and Hazel wood Jersey Butter Milk  "-if      ��� " �� ''"'''  ill , ' i - l '  ,��� " "     ' '        '    . v "  Q: Wynne's Hazel wood Parlor  Mautieo Quain'.is starting- in  Cranbrook the 'Qmiin c Electrical  Supply Company, Ltd.        ".  t-'  tion in Carniangay, Alberta, a  thriving town , about ,50 miles  north of Lethbridge on tbe railway between that city aud Calgary. They will open' in' their  new location about June i.  Clinton Boyle  left  Sunday, for [ty  Stewart.' ' \?/  J.' P. Karrell was  Tuesday.  A.    Ii.    Dockstader,  agent, is in town.  We Are Going "to Sell the  <     ,    ��/  m  Cranrbook! _�����-  insurance i\l>  ;vf/'  L-E  S  It  Cranbrook has a barbers'' union,  and '.AVesiey Cline, formerly - of  Moyie, is,vice-president.  Preparations are under way for  the new Fernie laundry which  will open in 'that city shortly.     ������ -  Fish Hatchery  ':' "   ~"Z~ i'      \  An experienced  man  from- the  States'' was;  in Moyie  this  week  looking for a  fish', hatchery   site.  He looked over Lamb creek on the         __���, ,,_.._.���. ������_ _4Jlll.  upper Jroyie lake and stated that   cian of Cranbrook, was 'in . town  be considered it, the most favor- Tuesday.  able location he had soen, in' ,che  country.   '  Pred Walker is' leaving  today Wt  for"Wenatehee, Wash. '  f ty/  Iien'Bros5eau was in xVelsou sov-j)��%  oral daya^thisj week. . iW  Thomasv-Ilader of"Jalfray  has ki>  spent the past few days  in.'town  W. II. Wilson, jeweler and opti-  Diamond DriU Contracts  -^  New Vegetables'  including- radishes," lettuce, green   onions,  dailv.  rhubarb,  etc., are arrivin"-  Old Vegetables  - We are prepared1 to fill your orders for parsnips,  carrots, turnips and potatoes.  1     ���     ' .' , .  - ALL GOOD SOUND STOCK   -  '    y     -'    ' - ' ' ��� ��� ' ;  - *  "-'Get -the habit.,.' 'G-d to  -      ���   ���  .��� ',CRQWE,-BR0S.c&'>C0. " '  II _     _     ^ '.  ^v" " f  Beale ��fi?.fe_1^7v<��_>Xl  " : INSURANCE ��� and MINING  and INVESTMENT BKOKERS.  The court^of revision will be  held iri the court house' at * Cran-  brookrc(n JMonclay next at 10. a. m.  The cb-operatiye'store at Chilli-  wack iias gone out of business/it  having ceased to' be a profitable  concern. ',    *    '  ���  Mrs. Fied  Cha'pman  and ,cbil-} W  , , (>   LaslVeck w,> oicired oat ueariv all of our mens'  suits at prices that made thc;n;inove quick.     '  '   Thi^'wcc'k  wC)vili place 50 'boys'   suits  from" 5  to 14 years at prices never before , trttenipted   by   any'  num.  dren have returned to their 'home  at Nelson. ' ���   ��  W. J. Feltham is at Vancouver  attending the K. of P. grand lodge  convention.  O. L. Knight it-,Co.,- with  headquarters at Iiosaland,  will, put   a  diamond .drill into operation atj Next Monday will be payday  the1-Sullivan niiue ,-ia about a at'the'mill 'of the,, Porto liico  week."    This  company'has   two |Lumber company.   ' I  ",    'You cannot afford   to   mis.  this   money'saHuEt  opporUmuy if you are m the market for auv  line   of  merchandise we'carrv. "       ���     J '    '  i     ���  ,P. J. Iliggius left Rossland this  week for. the Portland Canal country, where he has valuable mining  property.,        ,  ', -  drills working at" the St. Eugene  and has'seven .outfits altogether.  The company has just taken "a  contract at Taber| Alta., for the  drilling'of a 3,500 foot hole for  gas. ' .'      " . '  Therois a report'that* Anne  ���Morgan,-daughter of IT. Pierpont  Morgan, is to marry Judge Lind-  &ey of Denver.     ' *   ,    ?   ' >  , The shaftjious.e-at-othe Josie  No. 1 at Rossland was destroyed  by fire this week; The loss'is estimated lit $10,000.'  "   "'''' '  Head Office  cranbrook; b. c.  '' The Fort George" Tribune 'ja^ to  have competition, E. A. Flaggen,  late df Revelstoke, having decided  also .to enter the field.  A. JL Piukham of the  law   firm  of Ilarvey, AleCarter  & ^Pinkham,  # is leaving Golden next week to re-  Paint    =    Paint    =    Paint      8ide pen"anently iu ^e^y.  At Kelowna, a little town iu the  Brighten up your premises with "STEPHEN'S READY |0ka����fa,?' ^e>" Rrow tobacco suc-|  "MTVPH PATMTQ 'i *i      k    J. *.    i . c ��� ��� -r -       cessfllllir <md   now  have a   cigar  il", ? ^ , '     thC beSt t0 bC g0t f ������r  aUy   PnCe''       LlU"  faeto,,y operating employing from  seed Uii, White Lead, Yannsh, Stains, Boat Vaniish, Putty,   20 to 30 men.  p .....   ...       , Full supply, prices right.  ���Was Victory-for Cranbrook  The Moyie football  team went  down to defeat at'Cranbrook  last  Saturday evening,'v,Wlieu the local  team   tackled"''the .'pride , of the  banana belt. The-score was 3 to 0  in favor of Cranbrook. The Moyie  team   was i, two  regular   players  short, and had to play two  spare.  This, game was, not--in   the "cup  series.    ,     '       ',   '      '    , '' l ���  t.-    Amended Assessment Act  By ameudment to "Assessment  Act, 1910," a discount of 2o per  cent, is allowed on. the taxes  for  There is talk of a tennis match  being blayed between Moyie and  Cranbrook shortly. '       ���    . t  Rev. J. W. Miller, is- in Nelson  attending the annual conference  of the Methodist church.  P..31. Denneuy, expert optician,  will beat the Hotel Kootenay next  Monday aud Tuesday. - See ad.  W. E.1 Rchwauz left- yesterday  for Vancouver., Mrs. Schwanz and  daughter have gone to Goderic'h  Ont.''        :..,���''    -    ',   .  {-  MacEachern:"&" Macdona'ld; ��� "I  ^^^S^^$3^ _^ _i_^^_^^^^,^^^j____si j_ $��'  That Whipping Post Case  After-being out ten hours the  jury in the Slator:Watts "whip-  ping post" case returned a. verdict  for the defendant, Watts', both  sides to pay,their own costs. The  case, which' may be appealed, was  a sensational one. I Watts'was  sued by the mother of   the  Slater  Baseball  boy for $.3,000, the claimant's .case  m. c, -       , being   submitted  by   Eckstein   &  ��� Phomas-Sowerbutts, who is now  McTaggart  of Fernie.    The, case  amployed  by .George   Powell   of arose over  em  Cranbrook, is spending a few days  in-town. < '        ' ,  A. S,Gobdeve: -M. I'. for Koote-'  nay, was on" Sunday's westbound  train on, his "way to his home at  Rossland,  Mrs. TJarr left Sunday for- Maple Creek, Sask., to join   her hus-  Torn  -e   " ��� i '   i   i-        -r lJ1�� ^reeic, oasic., to loin   her hin-  -1810, if paid on or.before June  30,   band; who  reJ       3 l3lJZeTl  1910, upon real property, personal   farm amr ^       /  l  property and income but no alteration is made in  the discount  off'  per cent, allowed 'under the Act  a whipping that Watts  gave young, Slater last summer,  after, it ^'-alleged, Slater was making, too'free with1 one pf Watts'  daughters.   .  y   ��  ���   "Add Scotch Sings"  Tt was a delighted and we'.I .repaid audience that greeted Miss  Jessie Miclachlan and her'concerfc  Tho baseball club has fitted out  J. A. Wurd's'scow for taking fan*  down to Aldridge., It will leave  on arrival of the local 'traiu with  the Cranbrook team,    IJelthete.  t l       i  Col. Brayton Heard From  upon wild laud, coal land  or tim  ber land.  Turpentine, etc., etc.,-etc.  W. J. Gage, president of the  board of trade, Toronto, has been  elected a director of the Imperial  Bank of Canada in succession to  the late Charles Cockshufct.  Landmark Gone  3?j_tV. ���t rfr ���Ch_sif .rf__h.jtf_rf_s��7_ftLS��r_-^_J_rfi_C_sfr .rk_fc_rf_rfz._J__J_.s0r _$*  t  t  t  <���  ..  '$  <i ' i-  For the most fastidious dresser we have thc  Nicest Assortment of Mens' Shoes  in the newest American lasts. Oxford shoes in all colors  h-om $4.50 to $5. Sec/our' new, ,20th ���- CENTURY SUITS.  Buy one and be well dressed. ���������.'���������',   \  MOVIE'S    LEADING    HOTEL.  Hotel Kootenay  The best of accommodations  for 'the Traveling  Public.  Large and Commodious Sample Rooms. Billiard Rooms.  McTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors.  The log building on south Vic-  toria street which has just been  torn 'down by the Consolidated  company was one of the old landmarks of the town. It wa3 built  by Parrell brothers and the other  Joe Wright, representing the  "W B" cigar,' of Holland, has  given a donation of S10 towards  the Moyie baseball club.  Rev. Father -Harttnau conducted the service at the, Catholic church last Sunday. Father  Hartman is to be stationed at  Prince Ilupert.  - The windows of   the  Imperial  Bank have been artistically deco  Col. ���' T3rnytpn,_Jie of ' Moyelle  to.wnsiterXanret"was-in Creston and  Nelson a short time ago. , The colonel for some tirae^ has resided iir  Oalifornia, but lie'Owns some land  at Creston, aud' may come there  live.. Some 10 years'ago he was  boostgin the townsite of 3royelle  at the foot of Moyie lake a_ a  C. 1��. U. rival to Mo3'ie. For a time  the   proposition   prospered.'    The  company   last    _riday    evening,  townsite was cleared, several   lot*  Miss Maclachlan, the  star   of? tho  oveni'ug, thrilled her  fellow-couu-  trymen with her rendition of ,the  "Auld Scotch Sangs," sung by betas they  have  never   before   beeu  snug  in   the  Kootenays,  and   as  they will  probably  not   be   sung  Hg liu till she returns.    But  every  member of the company was good  The attendance was not  a_   large  us was merited and unfortunately  Dann Mann has made millions l some IG years ago  out of, railway construction aud  now he coufesses to having made  $17,000,000 in land speculation in  British Columbia���just on the  side. ���  L  _ - ��� ���~   w._._v    ivur_   (  [owners of the Lake Shore  claims  Kelley.  rated   with   gold   lettering, . the I the baseball club only broke even  work  of   the   firm   of Kinrade <fc I on their undertaking.  Mrs. Caven III  The 3o00 employees of the Wal-  tham Watch company's factory  at Boston will be idle   from Juno  Cranbrook Herald���Mrs. Thos.  Caven is laid up in the St. Eugene  hospital, su tiering from a severe  attack of rheumatism. Tier con-  ditiou has improved since entering  the hospital and nho  is  now pro-  .'10 to  July  _5.    Tlie   factory   lias - grossing very satisfactorily  been closed five  times  since  last "   December owing to the pioductiou Gamble Goes East  being much in excess of tho  market needs.  s     Imperial Bank of Canada.     *  Capital   Authorized���-��������� $10,000,000.00       ,  ���" CapitalPaidV/p������---���,���- r5,000,000.00  Reserve   Fund ��� ���- -5.000.000.00,  BRANCHES   IN BRITISH C01UMBIA-  C ranbrook. Arrowhead, Golden. Ksmloops, Michel.   New   Michel  Fernie, Nelson, Revelstoke. Victoria, and Vancouver.  2 Drafts and iVloiicy  Orders sold avaible in any  I part of the World  <!�� Savings  Bank Dc'imrtment.  �� Interest allowed on deposits from  date  of deposit.  |     MOYIE BRANCH. H. W. SUPPLE, Manager.  ���woe�� 2<pcec ^ ��ossos c����>ffl����osff o���������� ��, ��peoa a*��������-�� s-cco ao����  Tbe publisher-, of dime novels  say that tho old western stories  about stage robberies and Indiaus  are no longer popular and that all  the old plots are now being re-  harhed about aeroplanes, while  nowadays the villain .has .to be  tossed off the roof of a skyscraper  instead of over the edge of a cliff.  Harry Camble. foreman at the  St. Eugene mine, has gone east to  Republic, Michigan, and will return in a week or two with his  wife and daughter, Miss Lois. C.  llauua is acting foiemau during  Mr. Gamble's absence.  Spokane Interstate Fair  The 1910 premium list for the  Spokane Interstate Pair has just  been publishod and we have received a copy. The list of prizes offered is more liberal than ever before. Tho fair will'be held from  October 3 to 9.  A touch of rheumatism, or a  twinge of neuralgia, whatever the  trouble is, Chamberlaiu's Liniment  drives away the pain at once >��� arid  cures the complaint quickly. First  application gives relief. Sold by  the Moyie Drug tfe Stationery Co.  ��  ��  Sold by the Mbyi  nery company  Chamberlain's Stomach nnd Liver   Tablets   will   clear  the sour;  stomach, sweeten the breath  and  create a. healthy  appetite.    They|  promote tho flow of gastric juice, j      .   -  th crabs'- inducing good digestion] for these certificates  Drug ct .Statio-'   . ,. . F.  J.   SMYTH,  D-l'UXV  MlNIN-G   HHCORDKR  NOTICE  <;  ������ ���'��� '. ;   ..-   ��� ������     '  All Free Miners' Certificates expire on May 31st, and  should be renewed prior to  that date. : The undersigned  is Deputy' Mining- Recorder  for Moyie and vicinity and is  the proper person to  apply   to  Moyie is now well supplied with  sidewalks, and the appearance of  the town has been improved immensely by cthe work that has  been done.  There' is complaint about the  careless ball playing on the street.  Windows have been broken and  persons have been hit by carelessly pitched balls.  The   Waive   ico cream   parlor,  conducted   by   Mrs. L. A.  Home,  has been nicely fixed up  for   tbis i  season's business and the place  is  redeiviug liberal patronage,  i    Herb.    Jackson   reeencd   news  this week of thc death   of  his   father which took place in  Loudon, |  England on April 23.      Ho was <5S j  years of ago.    Death was   sudden  as he expired while  riding, on ii  street car. -  F. B. Hawthorne, one of the  Nelson firm, that handles the K  and H and Royal Seal brands of  cigars, was in town '.yesterday  lauding many orders and spreading sunshine along the way. As  was expected, ho had a new story  on tap.  were sold and some few building-,  were put up. ,Tn those days Moyie  did not" have either a railway station or a siding.   This was because  the owners of the Moyie townsite  refused to be held up by the C. P.  R, who demandad a half interest  iu the townsite iu consideration of  a railway .station.    For  once,'at  least, tho C. P. R. was bested' aud  the town was given a station. The  name of Moyelle was  later   changed to that of Aldridge. *    ,  Vou cannot .qet them exchanged  or  made   over  again, luit defective vision can be _urrcci.ed aud  g-ood by properly fitted gla.sse_.  made  Is Still on deck  F. E. -Simpson, former publisher  of the Cranbrook Herald, was in  Moyie last Saturday 'attending to  a business matter aud meeting  his many friends. Mr. Simpson's  leyes are still giving him some  trouble, but not enough.to interfere with his hustling proclivities;  ,   Mr.'F.M,. Denheny, expert   optician', and   a   fit  representative  of the .Well'  known   firm   of ' J "   O  PATENAUDE, NELSON, B. C, will be in  Moyie!  at the Hotel Kootenay, Monday and Tuesday, May 15 and 171  and will go to,the very root of eyesight trouble   sui-h  far sight, near sight, tired eyes and   headaches,   thus ���-  assuring you of the' best possible results.  THE ROOT���the first principal is a careful and  correct diagnosis by latest methods.  He thorough- understands eye req uirements and  prescribes glasses iu accordance with the defects.  ..;    We absolutely and positively guarantee bur woik.  /  Remember: Monday and Tuesday, May 15 and 17  CONSULTATION FREE '  EM  Wi  Zii.'  )���':?, ��� f,  i- / ������������'  r it,  M.Z 3"  Hy  Its s;, t  �������  Ml  .^^  ���--3  4  I'M, iOYJE LfiAlM  i" iliJiMied in Ui��nueiv-_t of the ]ieoj)le  of ,Moytf iiiui K��t,t JCooieUHV.  F. J. SMYTH. Pvn.MSJlKit.  =^^^_____i^__w��i��k__,J  Record,'   published   at    New  Denver by James Grier.    The  Record   is   a   very   creditable'  TITK T.EADET?. MOYIE. THUTISII COLUMBIA  eel  n-nrrji���T���-r-*t �� T-irr-ir'-mirr'���"�����-���-"r_�����*_WHL_tr���fiJ������_.<_^r_,i*_��j_w_in��� ���wiw���B  1  _  if  .ifv  .���S-V^y ; 7^______.  <Tn i q Njgfi) LABCp  sheet and should receive liberal support from residents  throughout the Slocan.  iiatk   dr   vi-i-vci:in:r��  One Tear   ....    .$2.00  ���     FKTDAV-, MAY 13, 1UI0.  Passing of - Edward VIL  !     The management   of    the  ��� Cranbrook Herald   is entitled  (tO'speeial credit for, the  man-j  Jner in which it coped with the)  !death of King Edward.   Within a comparatively .short time  after the  demise   of  the  late  (lamented    sovereign,:,    very  | creditable special edition    was  I'published. "       -   '  The instinct of mo-esty nafur_5 to every woman is often a  great hindrance to the cure of wom_iil>-diieises. Women  "���rink from the persona! questions of the local physician  which seem indelicate. The thought of evamination is ub-  norre.it to them, and so they endure in silence a condition  ol dis-asc which surely progresses fro.n bad to worse.  r It has been Dr. Pierce's privilege to cure a  great rti^ny women wt:o have found a rcfuQc  for modesty in liis oi.'ar of FREE consults.  . tion by letter. Till correspondence is held  ns sacredly confidential. Address Dr. II. V.  Pierce, Buffalo, K. Y.  Dr. Pierce's F_\orite Prescription restores and regulates  cue womanly functions, abolishes pr.in nnd builds up and  pi'U the iinishin-? touch of health on cuiy weak woman  v��lio ;;iic�� it a fair trial.  It Makes Weak Women Strong,  Sick Women  Well.  Vou can't afford to accept a-secret nostrum as a substitute , 'L ^  r.,. tm, n0n. .j.oliuhc medicine of known coMrosmo.s.'  Tliat Moyie lake is  a   most  valuable asset to. the   town  is  King George,'!'  /  Horn at Buckingham  Palace,   Xoveni-  lwr. 9, ISO.  Cre.Uv'd Prince of Wales, December 4,  ,-"is-n. ' u , valuable asset to. the   town  is comes K"��g. is tlie second .-on of,  .   Visa. I   United   sutcs _ih'!   Omnia,   been,,,;,.-, ���.-...-, ,'_ ���       '    '( the late King   h'dwatd   and  ,low-  T      -,���--, 'IZ " ,f 1,Cra"y  reC-   **������� (>'^"   Alexandra, and   w���,  V, WM.rs^,   jS?  ""?'  ^   a"a   ��^UZCd    "����������a��.V.   '    ThlVis/bor,,-,,.   Marlbotough   hou-e  on  -   .ManiViii'mic-sfi .\i,van.ira ot Ucil !  ,     C1,ccd b-v the ^t -incrcas- JJur,e 2' [lS(jJ> J7 months after the  ni.irk. .March,H\ 1S63. ,t .'    i]'1��r jmiMlif'r n? .'|.������,ni,������   ���'j..'i ! bn'lh t)f hw brotlier, the late'duko  Gran.] .Master of Jl: iti?h Ma-soif;, 1S71.  Visiifil figxpt ninl  lulia, 1^75.  ,     Visitt-a lii-l.iinl, 1SS5,  AUeiuied v.-i.slilnin of O/ai-'-?   ilau;;hler  :\i .St. I'ett r-.ljiir-f. /ipril 1H91. V    "'  Won the, Deiiu willi l'lTsiiiuuoii, 1S95.  ���    lirtuid M.i.'-ler of the Ikilh, 1M97.   ���  lvei!d-nu-<l the Inu-   Out-en '\'ictoiia  ' at linv'al jubilee, 1S97.  Ascended the tlnone, Januarv, 1901.    ,  JJiL-il, May'6,-1910. '   -'  POSTAL  Gcoige Frodet-ii-k Ernest Albert, j     I'niake a   S|)ec:alt3'   of _V-  Pi-incB^oE   \\-,iit.., who now bo-jtal   Photo   work:      Prices,   A.  for 50 cents, or _>1.25 a dozen.  ' MISS FL'ORA'DEACON.  L O. O. F.  *H��r>v; 9<S��# ,v"il��y _.��>_<ru No. 44.  fleets Tuesday evenings   in tho  Minets' Union  hall.      Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  Fhi:i> Kcii:. p. J. Smvtii.  .Noble Grnn(3. Scor'y.  M. liiiKi-ue _tivlge N��. 37  K. of P.  r,  , ^  ..    ,    Meets every Thursday  ^J$Z"$i, c'v'euing ' in   McGrefeoi  ^^^p/liidl at S  r/clock.   Vu~  s vl__.>^    i   g brothers in\i(cil.  K. I). Snxsbx, _���:. A. Iln.i.  ii Chancellor Coin.       K,   R.   &.   S.  H��.lklili I.oiltte, No. 53  A. J'".   A,-   A. SI.  Regular   meetings  on tlio  first Wednesday      of    each  _ month.  Vi.iiitjy bretheni welccrue.  If. Chapman, AV. XS.  N. W.'lim-dett, .Secretary.  ���U  ' - ft;  �� ��T_^  -'J  Painters, Paperliangers ana  ESTIMATES GIVEN AND COV'rn  v^_.?ij|  i��.��? number of "launches   and    ,, /  -uicsancl   of ciurence: .'Tn' IS02,. when   lii^  lOWDOats    tluit    constitute   its] brother died, ha became  heir  ��u ]  pleasure craft.    In  this'direc-'  tion thc Leader would su'g-o-est  that too much encouragement  w  w  0..U0X SOI  O. F. DESAULX-IKIt. '  ���    ,        nr:.u,r,ii   hv  ''AVell, it is all over, but I  think I have'done my', duty."  Tliese  cannot be o-iven to,the acquat-  ic sports held hcrebn Dominion Day and at other celebrations.    A regatta held here at  patent and took his seat' in the  house of lords as Duke ,of York.  In,_laj', ]Si)3, his engagement was  announced to ' IViuoess Vic-totia  IMay of Teck, and thoy were ��� married on/ulj' c of tlio'same year.  Queen Victoria    " ,    '   '  The new Queen is Victoria, only  PKOMrT DELIVERY.      '  Q,ueei3s'Ave. .   MOYIE  St!   Joseph's   Convent;.  \' NELSON, 1^ C,  intervals wnnlri ,,^ �����i I d,ll,R,lt?r of the laCe ^i-ancis, Duko |    Hoarding nmM),iy School  conduct-  .llUenals^ould not only prove | of Teck  and   was   bom   May  20,   ed by Sis._r_ of St. Joseph, Xelson,  Moyio , Miners' Union  ,  -   Wo. 71 w. F. of M.    ,  Meets in .MhiHi.; Union'Hull every Saturday evening.- Sojourning members aro cordially invited  to attend. - ' ,  ���Albert Gill,, ,        , 'James Roberts.  'President. Secrotnrv  I East Kootenay Bold  ,-������_>���     | ,_  i .     -~J i.���    ,   "*���  A<=viv  aim   was   ooi-n   -lay  _o,  Avere   the   last   intelli- a "lost interesting  feature rto'{iS07-   'rhe.v haye six children, five  gible words spoken   by   King those .participating-'and   those S01,s.nnd oue Slighter. -  Edivard VII. aud'with   which Lilnessi      k  but'would" have '  s.nliment the British  Empire  was in heartv accord.'  In hls"nr_t speech in thc from;����tside points. Andno  privy council the' day Rafter the j 1U0rc,r .opportune , time for  death'of'his   beloVed   mother,' ^��vie's first regatta could   be  -l\  Dowager Queen  -tlie late'Quccii   Victoria;   His  late  Majesty said:   "My coii-  , stant endeavor will be always  to walk in my mother's  footsteps." He Ridded: "In under-  ,  taking the heavy . load   which  now devolves itself upon me, I  , im fully 'determined' to  be   a  nv constitutional, sovereign iii tlie  \ strictest sense of the   word   as  loiig'as there is breath   in.  mv  body." ' ' .-  i He did all   this   and' more."  He   was,, deservedly   popular,  not only amongst his subjects',  a tendency to attract .attention"}   '"Wibli tbe'Rccession to the throne  of the Pi-iuce and Princess < of  Wales, Queen Alexandra becomes,  dowager Queen, the first tho empire has had since tlie' death in  1S37, of William^ V., who was survived by Queen Adelaide, a priu-  cess of Suxe-Coboiir'g-JMeingeu.  suggested than this season'.  |  ,  TO.frriE POINT   '   |  B. 0. Coinmerciitl nnd businetfH  courses a specialty. Excellence and  swift jirpgrfisB chaiactenize euch"<Ie-  I'purtment. Parents^ ahoulcl write for  particulars. One montli assures the  public the 'thoroughness   of   (lie  Sisters' methods ,.of teaching. Terms  ���coaiBisuco January, April nnd Sept  Pupils are aduiitted'cluriua term.  Harvey,  .McCarter  &  ���.. Macddnald. -  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries; Eur  CranBrook,   .'   -    B. C  V  Mr  Cranbrook^   B. C  Manufactures  of." all > kinds 0fc^  beverages  W. P. GJJRD,  KAICHISTCIC. SOLICITOJt,  ETC.  CRANBE00K.  o spare jj0 expeaH  our goods tlie best-oii the maiket  i*        '  ' v  There are  others, But!'I  ,   '^ ^ ^*- >-,^--,V"V^?^^;^  STOP AT THE  A man can think he is  in  love  when he's only lonesome. ,  v   ^o," Cordelia, rani checks  never  check the rain. ". '  And much is done in  the'nanie  of char-it}'���also many. ,  The smaller the man the bigger  the horu he tiies to blow.  Heir Apparent  Prince Edward Albert, now the,  heir, apparent, is a manly lad who'  'will be sixteen years old in June.  He ismow'serving as a naval cadet.'- - " \  Tonsorial  .COSMOPOLITAN  but amongst nations,  earningf   Some people try to demonstrate I  The pug dog looked a.  the.'pom-  *    piidoiu1 ' L '  Beneath his mistress'^hat;    ���  ���Said he "I'm beginning moie and.  ^yHE^T in r  .        ���' CKAJSTBROOK  t * * i  .'II. S.ir,VT.r., .Ilauncer. ,     ���      ','   /  Good rooms, good  tables and  bar  and first class sample rooms.  DR. F. B. MILES,  X>___5_xrTTCS__l  ICranbrook        ���    a   c  c- '.        " , *  George H. Thompson,'  ��� ,- Baiiuister, ' Soi.iciTon  ;.     "'Notary J��uiw.ic, itc'.  OI-AXBItOOK, r . Bnm.sH Columbia  more  their intelligence by finding fault.  Men love goodlier, but marry  beauty���aud the divorce mill continues to griucl overtime.  , A fool and his money are seldom parted by the same' method  twice. - ,  for himself the universal title  1 of ".Edward, the Peacemaker."  By the death of such a great  King-the British Empire" suffered a great los_.  According to the Constitution of Great Britain and Ireland the succession to the  throne never lapses if there is  an heir. Consequently, the  second of time   in   which 'the  late   King  Edward   drew 'his  1 last breath, George Frederick, I     , "       Pnuce of Wales, drew his first LEv'01TbocIy  wauts   to 'Iive  on  breath as ruler of' the   British C^ ^ **" ^^ iu  Empire, assuming the title of!ence then  Georq-e V.  To suspect that I smell a rat."  '���Wm. Jewell  ^ ~*!auf$��s*~  LW. R. OBEATTY  Embalmer and Undertnker,  I ,  phono 0.. CRANBROOK  , The Iv and II cigar has jumped  to prominence through the ex-  llent flavor of the tobacco out  which it is made.  Notice of Meeting  l-'veu the girl   who   gets  angry  because a young man tries to kiss  | bet- can'c help but admire his good  1 tasce.  l-ormaneuc   resid-  In the succession to the  throne of the Prince of Wales  there is more involved than a  change in Kings. Iu George  Frederick the British have  not found thc same likeable  qualities, thc engaging and  sportsmanlike character of the  late lamented   .sovcreion     but  How can we be expected to correct our own faults, when it takes  so much of our time to look after  the shortcomings of other.?  Notic2 is hereby j,i\en that the- annua]  general ineeti-ig of the   shareholder.-,. of  the Society Gn] Mining Co.,  Ltd ,   v\il]  he held in Moiley hall, Mojiu, li. C . o'li  Teuhdax. June 7,    1910   fjr'ilie purpose  of   ek'ctine;  direjtor.s   for   the   uisuin^ I Moyie  year and tlie transaction   of  such   other j  ln-Miiess asn:.i\ come before tlic-iiieetiiig.  ���J. P. l-ARRiiLi, Sec.  Moyie, May 7th., 1910.  Express and General 'Delivery' Business. Livery and  Feed Stable.     a'  WOOD   AND    COAL  '  For  Sale  T. T. MeVitlic.C.K..l' U s]        H. y. JMrter, 0  JilcVITTIE & PARKER  Provincial La.vij Survkyi.v��     ,  RAILWAY   ._   MINING    liNOlSBBitiSfl  ' Eslimates Furnished- l  OFJ'ICKR  l-'ort Steele P. O. Box 25.  Cranbrook P. 0. Box 11.  Leave Orders at  G'Wynne's Si ore.  -V man who is druuk  could  not  teach a man who is sober,  , nor on  the other hand, could a drunken  man be convinced by a sober man i  m  _  The splendid work of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets  i�� daily coming to light. No such  grand remedy for liver and bowel  troubles whs ever known before.'  TJiou.sands bless them for curing  constipation, sick headache, billi-  ousne-s, jaundice and indigestion.  ���Sold by the Moyie Drug .tritation-  ci y company.  BUY   YOU It  B_itis_ Columbia   Cl^ciTS  'Tobaccos  'rait and  (Confectionery  Cranbrook  from the  Co-Operative  CHINO0KERS.  The Royal S*\il   cigai    has been  before tho smoking   public  for a  there niav be qualities 'ccjuallv'j -��^^cnS. j;dox���u yettliI.   j,^^.^^  Yluableaiid necessary wh.di^wwwwwMMww^,^* ttIld    can    be   bought   h, Ju.?'10  ",a  the ascension to oTice v.-iU dis-,' t^^m��-, i:..,Jcw, j evul.y raountaill town>  cose.     Alany   late   the   new!    IVoliibition^notelTlie   failure'    ^^r1^;"0^.^^^11^!0!.1^  ""��   "-P   wiJl   hat Z[_?*��� .'--tat,,   about    giving  , If you wanj anything- iu the  line of clothing or men's furnishings, try-  C A. F00TE  THE TAILOR  V/e carry in .stock the goods  Like   an    up-to-date   suit  "JfKlu in  town, or ue can get  you    a   special    ordered   suit  ; made to your measure  FROM  A. B, Siewart    '���  oyie  -, ji. imo   crop   win   nave   uo       -'>-*v.-i    jjumv.'ico   aoout    giving .-���-������- ^ j wm   measure.        \\_  not only ol his subjects, but of j effect cm tl,_ cost uf Pet una, which ' Cb��mbui-Lun'_ cough  Ilem.._y  lo J litivc i eadv-to-v, c ���;- Cam pbeM \  the tivihzcd world. I ���M be ^Id in   dry   towns  at   l_   children.    It contains no upium or | clothiu- \hc   bi'Sf    in-.rl       "    1  other iKiicotics aud can   be  ai\m ���' ll'lnoo- ^l', .1 ���       ���"   '�� "  With   implicit   confid.n,.      .Ac"    1,lLU,��  clOLhlTl|T 1?]   Cailada.  Editorial Notes  I cents a drink as heietofoic.  j   .News values have at   last''be'en'  ������.,-   ! properly  adjusted,   and   we   are  ���    , .  - -^������- j getting iuore  Jell'ries  and  Johri-  Geo. Ade   sa3ls   that  .every.!so" ui3w'H;tuan Roosevelt news. It  .   1 ���'���.."��� ! took s��mt! time to   got   this'��� "mat-  lned   it Iter   straightened  out,   but   light  news-! wil1 triumph.  man- who    has    not  thinks   he   can   edit   a  paper, write a-comic opera and  manage, a   hotel.       And   he  might ,nl_0 a_c]   nn,   Lhe  .crov-  crnmeht.  Shritnp salad is an added starter iu the summer indigestible^  contest. lua.klition to its dyspepsia-producing qualities there  is always   a  chance   that  it may  with implicit confidence. As a  .quick.cure for coughs and colds to  ��� which children, are susceptible,' it  is unsurpassed..    Sold by the M0:   _, .��.lvimj]ir  yieDrug^ Htotiouery ���o,pa���y. of furnishiugs ^   reasonable  prices..    ..-'.-  Ah      ' ' ''     '���  Ail our goods and work guar-  . Underwear, shirts,- collars',  ties,., belts, summer , hats' and  nearly everything.{���, t]ie. i;uc  I��ree   HMmplu   room   in   connection  with house for commercial men. Bcsl  We! of incommoiliilion.  JJ'.'.ifl(ju;)r(.rra  for   Com-  mcrciul unci Mininj;iU_n.  QuiCK.v.s avi; , ���iMQif  -l^^mado by the present hrcwrr NmlmitifKr^J  Host I Jeer in Kast Kootenay. AVitli the &Wi-'j��  and ths Purest .Spring Water it i* iinei��r-B   >^-  .quality.    Insist on having '.Moyio Beer    &   \~J  BOI^TLKD AND DKAKTBKER* **  MUELLER & HESSE,   PROPS,  'Hie Leader  is in receipt  0fie'-"ll:Mm   ptom-iiiK  - is:;u.  o:  t!l'.  spice of daiig.-i-   to  adding    the  the   p!'(.])Jsi-  Thos. Summers  Cigars,   Tobacco,   Fruit   and ���  'Confectionery.  ���    TOY.S.    XOTJOX.S    KTU. "'  South   Victoria   St.  anlecd.    Cleaning, pressing and  repairing done.  Chamberlain's f&^sr  ���--.ever falii,   JJuyctuo-.v.    II may aiivc in'c.  ��     1  _Lo  [ =a_atf_j._________^^  nlu s~,�� ^- L*. ��� ,-, _<.  B. C  SEND YOUU    WOliK   To   THE  KOOTENAY  STEAM f  LAUNDRY.  NELSON '  All White Labor.  MOYIE   HOTEL  Merchant Tailor'raa*��work with thG <,ocii1 *^\  ���*xz>zmv^ A, B.  STEWART  P-F.JOHNSTON,Pr0p  This   hotel   is  new   and  well  fun.^Ilc<l.  .tables are'supplied with the best the market ^  The bar is filled with thc   best  brands' oi'*  aiijd cigars..  Headquarters Sot'  CO^/M!ERCIAL AND MfNlNG Mt��  g    MOYIE, -        BriushColu'^  :*3 no [, JBf  r���  xl-lE l.TUuFJ., AfOVTE, BRITISH COT,P>r_lIX  '--_)M-5o__p_i->>.riiMyte*��_r_3tw f  ��� m  C*'��S  f**B  -.yv  'r^fi  A?  p  Km  *  mill' I  leSt-j  e.w[  ,'4  -?.  r.  EEfl  Ul  i$  (B^u  PS,  _&_  1.M  .Bl  3r��|  '.vol  1  M  V  EiJ  k    1  -    "ft  nil  �� sj  >*��i  r^  We have decided to close'out our, stock:    We~have completed arrangements,to engage in  .  CDH-HB-HBbt--  and must occupy outbuilding/there on  tt   i j  "       r1 /.J  o *"���  ���   We will commence a,final clearing sale iu all lines.4,   . It"is:easier to'pack the cash than the merchandise.'  ' This is>uo fake sale '  We mean business:,    Positively everything in the store reduced.   :Below   we   quote   a 'few, of'the   money   saving'   opportunities   of  .uyers.-   This is strictly a CASH SALE.    COME AND BRING 'YOUR POCKET BOOKS     ' *       ',"       '   ���'' "  .interest to shrewd biv  Clothing   ,        . *   '     .  Men's fine, worsted and 'tweed  suits. All new. This season's  buying.      ,    Jr  Regular price, $10'for 812.  Regular price,   25 for   1(5.'     "  Hats  ' '    ' "S I V 1 �� 1  Everything must  go -in  'these  lines as we will   not   need   these  shapes oh the. prairie. ���"     '"    '  ; ' Regular$3.50 for $2.  Regular   2.50 for . 1.50.-  Regular   2.25 for   1.25~   ���   .  Diggers Hats, regular $2 for ��l.\  BBS  Dress Shirts'J  Assorted colors and sizes.  Regular ?].50 for $1.  Regular   1.25 for'    .75."'  _sa  "<>  Mens' Cotton Underwear  In pale blue?and' natural 'colors.  t. Regular $1.50 suits for $1.  ���   Regular ^1.25 suits for     .00.'���  Children's Shoes  ..)  m-E_-HS_B___Z__3___H_____Efi��-l  Ladies' Holeproor\Hoje  Six pairs guaranteed' for' she  months.  Regular 2.50 for 0 pairs; now 3  pairs for 1.00.  Mining Shoes       ��� '  We will have no use 'for. these  on the prairie.^so must get rid'of  them right now. Look at these  prices.  Regular, $5.75, nailed, for $3.50 .  Regular, $7.50,_;i0~in^h-top,"$5;  Regular, $6.50 for '$_.  t You, may never have another  opportunity to buy them as cheap.  Wouldn't this jar you.  Regular $2.40 shoes for $l'-85.  Regular,  2.25,shoes for   l._5.  Regular n.50 shoes for' 1.15.  Regular   1.10 shoes for     .S5.  85c.. infant's white for 50c.  Ladies' Ready-to-wear Waists  These are now' put in three lots:  Lot 1���Two dozen waists in  lawn  and flannelette, nicely trimmed.  Regular 90c. and $1 for 50c."  Lot 2���Regular $1.50 for .75c.  Lot-3���Regular S2.25 for $1.25.  Ladies' Underwear       '  Vests and^drawers   to    match-  -Elastic in natural colors.  Regular 2.75 for 1.50. , ���  Reguiarl.50 for .75c.       a,  Sox, Mens' Heavy Wool  Regular 3 for 1.00.  , Now 5 for 1.001  Ladies',Hose  Fine black cashmere, spliced ankles and double soles.   .  Regular 50c. .per pair, now 3  pairs for 1.00.  Childrens' Hose  The     famous "Little     Darling  brand,"silk heels and toes.  Regular 35c. pair, for 25c.  Ribbons  Silk   ribbons,   all'  colors    and  ' widths. ��� t  Regular 35 cents yard, 2 for 35c.  Regular 25 cents yard, 2 for 25c.  Regular 15 cents yard, 3 for 25c.  Regular 10 cents yard, 3 for 20c.  Ladies' Flanellette Night Gowns  Nicely trimmed with lace and  assorted color ribbons. These are  out of season, but here is a money  saving opportunity.'  Regular 2.25 for L50.  Regular T.25 for 75c.  Regular T.00 for ate'  The above are just a few of the bargains we are offering. Everything in the store reduced to ridiculously low prices in order to   get  a quick "sale.    Hereis.a great opportunity for you to save money. ' ,  DAYLIGHT STORE  ROBERTS & MESSINGER  ���W_^_s__��i_jja^j  4  .1!  i  .    1,1  *MI  �����������*  \  MS  jl__i>,i_;'<  ��� _(W^'l__i' V ,  (',���  ,l"tJ  I '.-  1��"  1 I)   .  Vs-  V'  ' ;*  . 'j'r  w-  -"��*-,  "' l' 'c  "%  '���'if-  >$'  ::-:_;���.  '���*��� .������  . 'fcf-'  1<���" M  I "-in?}  '',.'"  "_�� /IJS _      "^  ,<r"      Vtt ,  'T#V .    ".  l.; '���/>   <  '^Ij, -  Ifif.'SfeU-8 .  lsi^iS4_-'  -t  >fl��_?i  mm .  i.  4  '*i_i*    '  aJvV5  iis5r.?''  If'IS 1"  ��1  \4:  j*_v-  m  4'^  3 '  ' .  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA!  |[ FAMOUS PEOPLE  _g3>    BY FANNIE M.I-OTHROP     <gfi_,  CHEAP LAND NEAR  VANCOUVER  Barbers and Onipns  M the, Churches.  The city council  of Waterloo,  Nebraska, has just passed an ordinance regulating the eating of,on-  ions by barber_ ��� between   certain  hours.      I re re  i5   the  chuW:  "ft  ."hall be unlawful for a  barh.er   in,  '-his'tqwn to eat onions-  between j^r��r!"S service at 11 a. m.    Suu-  7  a. m. and   9   p." in,,'no  barber,   day St=hool, H p, m.  'Evening  set'  catholic;  \vuuucu. \  There will bemo service Sunday.  METHODIST    CHURCH        .    ,  vyhile   shaving' a  customer,'  .shall  insert hid,tbumb'or finger  in  the'  'huid customer's  mouth;  shall' not,  di cuss the gossip of the town and  t-hulrnot use tobaccoHvhile  working over a chaii;  shall  not iii_i-,t  ' upo'n a customer having his   neck '  shaved oi\his hair dinged."  A fine  of $5 for each  and'every   offence  has been provided. ���  ".BUSINESS   LOCALS.  '.   Nice ripe cherries at GWynne's.  Nice juicy tomatoes'������ at   GWynne's.   " I ,/  Nice   'fi e&li   t> strawberries '   at  (hvynno's.' "' , ,  ;   ' Miners' Union meets 'tomorrow  ���night. 's  butter    at  Presh    Hazel wood  G Wynne's.  Get   tbe  habifc.     Go  to   Crowe  Jh'OS.  vice, 7:30 ' p.  m.     A  hearty, welcome  extended,, 'to all.     > ���    ,  *   ,'  'Rev. J. \V\ MILLER. B.'A.  .,' , - (Pastor.)  Pki:suy;ii;iua.v    chuhoii.  "  Morning Service il  a.'in.'  Sunday school aud Bible class at  2:30  p. in.    Evening Service at  7:30   p.  m.    A hearty welcome to all.  IUiV. 6. A. HACKNEY, R. a.  ��� ' ���    '      (Pastor.)  i  Constable Dinsmore Leaves ���  SIR   THOMAS   LIPTON  The  Herchant Prince of  England .,'  -, Rf^Wav'ii51110 th��slf.Thomas Upton came to America was in lsos'na  ����?.. ���       _\.,n an',��Jd-faslnonerl little*' tramp steamer, ond when-the vessel  I   ?.   ? :uD   - he was b"slI>" 9nea_ed in shoveling <coal Into the furnaces.   The  , . latest time waa In 1903. when a whole nation held him in honor as a valiant  _j   and true sportsman, making his third brave biit vain attempt to tako a silver  1   ���"p(ha,r1: t0 EnSlacd.   On this'occasion he lived like a prince on his steamer  ,     l_rln,   surrounded by his ileet of thirty-three boats���steamers, houseboats,  parges, tugs, cruisers, steam launches, gigs. Jolly boats and dingles���maia-  I   tamed at his expense and manned by over two hundred men'.  ' %���      ir T/)omas was born in-rrelaml, but spent bis'early years In Scotland-  his education was a<hurrled, unconventional, picked-up variety: and at iUicen  'with rosy dreams, he ran away.ironvh'ome, smuggled himself into a steamer  fn '^ih^wLfl^r' Yr��lk-\^ ei?lt d0ll'ar? ,Iid not Ia��t l0QS- and a"e'' working  in the il,co, fields ot South Carolina, driving a street car in New Orleans canvassing for a crayon portrait concern, stealing rides on freight cars, and'making a. day-by-day living as best he could, went back two years later, to Glasgow  empty of purse but, rich in experience.1 j  The .prodigal was received with open arms/and, with ��100 of his-father's  savings, he opened a little meat and provision store. He introduced American  ideas, worked, as ho says, J'tw-nty-flve hours,a day," and advertised to'the  .limit of his ingenuity. One day, seven of the leanest, gauntest, hungriest men  in the,Kingdom paraded the town in Indian iile, bearing on their backs tho  legend: ,We are go ng to Lipton's." 'Next day, seven of the fattest' men that  could be-found, ,walked the streets proclaiming,in' large letters: "Wo have  been to Lpions      Meanwhile,1 tho proprietor slept under the counter.  Tnls httio shop in High street'was the beginning of Lipton's 500 stores '  throughout England, his fruit farms in Kent, bakeries,in Glasgow   the Kre7t-  est tea plantations in tho world in Ceylon, his curing factories in'Liverpool  his candy manutactcry izi London, his fruit trees in Georgia, and his other  vast industries,-giving employment to (en thousand people, and having made  for their owner a fortune of ?50,00fl.0r,n,ai:d an income of S7.S0 a minute  He  gave  f.o.OOO, for   the   Jubilee  Memorial 'dinner  to   the* poor   of  Lon-  'd-or}'.'aa,do1)is���^eck seemed ]itt!'e t�� him'when his'eyes filled with tears at tho  sight of 3,0,000 poor people eating _s his guests.   Not till later did the world  aearn that it was his gift; for tho only thing, he never advertises is his-charity.  Eitcrcu -ic-cmll-,- tu .Wt of ihi- Parliament of Cii'na<U. In thej Mr 1->5|, br \v. C ilaclc, a). tho'Dcpamncn: of A.rrirult_-o  FOR SALE���5 and 10-acre  lots within 20 'miles   of  Vancouver,   near the   waterfronf..  vSplendid for fruit and  garden  produce.   ' Local  demand   for  everything   grown.       Terms  $5Q   cash   and   S10 'monthly,  iSoil is,first class.    You  will  never   again have   an   opportunity   like   the   present    to  secure* land   so   near   to   this  great city that will increase in  value _o rapidly on such" easy  terms.    Address:,        ���,  JAMES BROOKS,  Merchants' Bank Building..'  VANCOUVER,'B.C.  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.  This hotolis now under new  management, and is first class  in every respect  TAYLOR &   BONNER,  I'HOPIUBTOIIS.  Victoria Street.  -MOYIE  T^^Peri Crown andj  Worker.  Off!  Wall  "<���' ov'-r Mr. si  ���Ifyer  oir.  LIQUOR LICKXCE   NOTICE" '  Take notice that we intend to  apply to tho Superintendent of  Provincial IVjlictf, after thirty  days-rom the first appearance of  this notice, for a reuewal of our  licence to sell intoxicating liquors,  linger the provisions of the st-it- ' ���  ute in that behalf, iu the prciui.es |  do-ciibed   a^    the 'Cosmopolitan' Trv   ou- H-.^    i.  Hotel, rMoyie, 13. C, /     I      ���*   OUi   clj"P"<-d bicff  chiclvcus  Armstrong Ave.  c��h  HOLLY Vj   1  'Choice  Dairy  ^ j  3��cperlb.  lti_Js'SOM K & CAMPBELI,  Dated this  l^Ui'day  of April,  Motor   Boat Supplies  and  Gasoline Engines.  FOR',.    " '  ' ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES'    ,  of all descriptions, such  as'house  fitting, < lamps,' shades  or motor  ���J'    a ffuaranit.-  We have the Jargeat and  be=jfc as- j hoa'b supplies,  spark', plugs,'coil  sorted stock in the interior of B.' battariea, go to or write       '  O.     Auything   used  on a  motor >  boat  we    have got it.    ^Ve are  agents for The Caille Perfection  Motor Co., and we keep in stock*  a number of motors at all .times,  so -before purchasing elsewhere  call and inspect them... They are  high in quality but low  in   price.  , Write" for catalo 'gii  ,  >   x<       v and price list. '  ��� ' E. D. MESSENGER   Co.    -  P. O. Box 170. 50c Sto_ley gfc-  KELSON",' B. C     .  ���_J, H. RINGROf^E   '  Stanley St!" '     kelson, fi. c.  pr6diicei  P" BURNS i Cii  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  GOTO  u  ?-  METAL MARKET.  MI=0=NA  Relieves   Stomach Misery   Almost  Immediately  'Constable LA. Dinsmore,; ac  companied' by Ulrs. Dinsmoi-e, left  Sund\y for-Victoria. From there  he wiU go to the new town of  Stewart on the Portland 'canal.  Mr. Dinsmore is considered to be  a very capable officer aud for, this  | reasou Superintendent, Ilussey  wanted him foafrontier duty.  Constable A. Morris of .Michel is  i _ .  . I lookiug afcer Moyie for the   nreq-  Largest coneh in town,  kids   at       ���  i ,7 l  Uivyiine's a,Jjent, but may only be   here  for  a  '"' ' j couple of weeks.  TO LET-Three furnished house-1  keeping roonib     Apply Internati I    onal hotel.        .- I ..   ' J,_  [.New Ioric ��� Har silver, ol1, ct��  I-'OH   SALE��� Household   furni- 'Lead SI 50.  tnre for sale'cheip.   Cou-istiug of !     J-Oxnd.v--Lead ��12, 12s, Od.  bedstead?, dresser,, extension   ta- { ��� _ ' If the food you ate at your last  l)le etc.      Apply to Ah--. James L ,-     The K and II cigar has jumped j meal did ,10fc digest, but laid for' a  Oibbona.       , %      i to   prominence   through   the  ex-! long time like lead on your  stom-  '    LOT   FOR   SALl^SinO    buys! which ItTs'made^^   C��baCC��  outjftch'theu   >'����    hft^   indigestion  'tliU lot.     Lit  5,   block   JO.   noi-Dh |  1 tlnfl quick action should be taken.  Of cout_e there are many other  symptoms of indigestion, such as  belching up of sour food, heartburn, dizziness 3hortness of breath  and foul breath, and if you have  any of them, your stomach id out  oi oider and should be corrected.  Mi-o-na tablets have cured thousands of cases of indigestion and  stomacli trouble.   If you have any  Stationery, Cigars,' Pipes,'^Tobaccos, Choice Choc-  ' olates,' and AH- Kinds of "Assorted   Candies,  " Fresh Frait in Season and Soft Drinks.  '-.."���";' ?s,peciala ���.:���;  Full and'Complete Stock of Fishing Tackle.    ' Call  ,   "and See, Display hi Window.    Just  Opened'  LUCKY LEAF ICE CREAM PARLOR  ���R'.'" A. Smith     -   'L��yieBrc.  LIQUOP,.LIGExsE,_70TJCr_  Take notice that we infcf-nd  to  apply to  Superintendent of  Provincial Police,  after  thirty  days  from the first appearance  of  this  notice, for a renewal of our  liqil-'l  or hcence, under the provisions of  the statutes in that"behalf, iri the  premises  described as   the    East  Kootenay Hotel, Moyio," 13. C ���  '  ,       McTAVrsiI i CAMERON '  A.D.%rjfai"day-ofA^  Will '   ,  Jewelry Engrayiorad  .Repairing.   '  T"     ' ~^r~      '. | Agents -for/tholw  ^!��"L2"RAC'n'0"Nr ANIJ CI'T-S"i'<i>-N' j WAtQn>rno�� ���* ea'tlin-   [\,  r>",T" ~   " which keeps out s-noiv v.at'i-;  ��� '       keeps feet dry  ' Small  sample box 1'na, I  Sheet Mu&ic and'-Miisikil sn^l  LIQUOR LICENCE   NOTICE  Javi^ivuck street.    Deep, rich gar-        John T)    n���i.,rn ,,  ,,-,,, ' b      !     ���'������"in u.   Kockefeller  would   iro  dun .sjiI.���Aopv to 1'.. K. Wallace '1-,,-r.i-r. ;r i,      -      n ,   , h  -L - auAce. , oioke if he siioiild  spend   his   en-  EOI1 SALE ��� Bedsteads and ; ,th'��-incomo trying to prepare a'  springs. Six bedsteads aud four' better medicine than Chamber-  sprin^.��� Apply to Taylor & Jiou- | ,ain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  ni'r, fiite-iiatinl Hotel. | Comedy for diarrhoea,   dysentery  Mis, L. M. Scott,, trained nu.'se ' ��'' b��Wel comPlnhl^- lb is simply  of llith v.. II I LoVpital,'Winnipeg | unl'ossibh;, aud so says every one  i�� ready for ciia!._e��nent�� of any j ilh,lt^ "^ ^. Sold by the Mo-  kind.       .Maternity    a    specialty    yiB DmSaild Stationery company.  Take notice that  I ,intend  to  apily to the   Superintendent  of  Provincial    Police   after    thirty  days from the first  publication of  this notice for a   renewal   of  my  licence to sell intoxicating   liquors  by retail in  the  premises  known  s   the   International    hotel    in  oyie.   FRANCES  L. TAYLOR,  Dated this   15th   day  of April.  . D., 1910.  FRACTION MIXEfcAI, CLAIMS ������_-  at, m the IW Stu.'lc- Muuiik -Divi-ion  of Rust Kootenay District. "  \Vliore locatPd: On thu   vast \sidc   of  Lower Mo-.k- 3���lvi.-, ' "  ��.S.2,Tr?. tl. L^iy Armstrong AveitP  as agent for the Consolidated .Mining. ��� ' a   ���* **  Smelting   Co.,   o!   Canada, ,/itd.    yrfc  Miner's Certificate No. J3--l,0-l-,/"intend  sixty (lnv�� ,frotn the date h.reo'f, toa'ppiy  U> the Mining Re.order" U)r ' Certifioues  pi Improvcinent for the 'purple tof  oh-  tainin^. Crown   Grant-,   of    the   abov  claims.  And further take   notice   tliatfaction  under Section _7,   mnst   U-  commenced   C<?rtlnralc<1 Gradnatr of Toronto  before'Uie issuance of such   C__t'_3__u-s  ' vatory of Masn        l^*^  of Improvement. ��� r~"    '   p   "r\   r>' -;,��� n    L    1      ^'^  ���   Bated this l^Lh day of   .Wil     A.D      ^ U- ��OX 127   -    CranbrOfll     tajri  ' 1910. ��'' '   " ' 1-iV-n   ,     ���     ,r'     -     -        -     S1*  \\ ill be in Moyie ereiy Ti  (Next door to riojjifctoro&J  Oraribrooi;:,       , ;  ,    MISS fiELENA',HARM  f_gf^V^^^^?_S?f__?:f^^^*^^^-^^:^__i____;__^_!__v*,^��K ���^���^ ���"*��_.-"V'X'V  Moyii��. Adv.  Singer Seu-inir M.-i'diiues co-t  very little more than cheap ma-  chim-. j;o the beht work and  la-t it life time. ..old on small  inoutJily payuipiit- by <;,,(,. ]>.  Powell. I'nmljrook. J/i Muyic on  KJt.'i ol cacJi mimtli. I  THE WAIVE  Ice Cream Parlor  NOW OPEN  Uri-ury Jini.hil'/  h.  \. If  onif,  Prop  the Wedding Season is With YouiHSTJ _  .^t'p^^^r i"ud" �����>y^'��"��'- E^^��to^-_.-^_  :   !6 PK-'t-'U wonv vou.    We are specialists in this line  ' ' 'm cxLc:isivc;range of suitable ��ifts:to   choose   from'  ���cai-rvni''  --��� W;e i.:ivo.on lunula ,t>ck of CUT GLASS, each piece of  ^���lilch is:a ventahle-flasl, of magnificence and well worthv of  apromnienLplacoinanyhome,  ,   ,A   piece   of  tllis   splendid  ���;U'.^vo;!li! mukea:: appropriate gift and one that   would   be  J)u;Ji,;v; appreciated.      .'.'���' -  KOTICB  Take notice that T intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, after thirty  days from the first appearance of  this notice, for a renewal of my  licenco to sell intoxicating liquors,  under tho provisions of the statutes in that behalf, in the prem-  stomach disorder, Mi o-ua will rc".j''^ described as the Yahk Hotel, j  lieve instantly. ��� j    iihk' Ji' Cl  I5ut Mi-o-na, unlike most so-c-nl-       ���      , J��ILV E" CIBI30X     |  led dyspepsia remedies, does inoro!      ,      d ^   l5bh  ��,fty   of  Al,riI. I  than   relievo.        It    permanently T I0- |  cures dyspepnia, or any stomach  trouble by putting enorgy and  strength   into   the   walls   of   the  stomach, where the gastric   iuicc-     . r'vk�� ,not!cB thttfc J intend to up  arcp.oduced. j P?y to the Superintendent of  I'ro-  ,  , , .   ,,. viiit-iiil Police,   after   thirty   days  A large box of   Mi-o-na   tablets I from the first appe.wance of  this  ���... -n at the   .^loyie   Urug  notice,   for  a   lenewal   of  my  li-  --.   company   and   are  ceneo to sell intoxicating   liquors,  1 Guaranteed   to   cure   or     monev   "I-    '���'" th,�� -ortovfi8,'��n�� of  the   ntafc-  mone\   utes m that behalf, in   the   jM-em-,  laes. described as the Moyie Hotel  Moyie, B. C. "  PHILTP F...JOHNSTON  Dated this   15th day  of  April,  v      1 have been instructed by the owners of the Moyie Town  site tosell lots at the same prices as they were last year.  Lot and three-room house on Tavistock strccL, <?650  is a^aIcatn! m Somh Tavislock strccL' ?475-    THIS  Two lots and D.vo-room house, near depot, 5600.  A one-third interest in   a   beautifully   situated   tract   of  land on west side of Movie lake, SI,500.  LIC.T70H LICJ.XCK NOTICK  cures.    It is  a producer- of  /lesh  when the bodyis thin; it   cleanses  the stomach and  bowels;   purifies  the  blood   and   makes   rich   red!A-T)- -.lOl'O-  blood.  O'J'J  sent  Hie.  J.?.  opr risk and expanse.     Write fur   on r  rl i  mnry Bfrks  ���J'..'-.velery ::ujj order  iio;i.se  & Soos, Uniited.  Geo. K.' Ti-oiv\-, Maii.''Dir.  VANCOUVER, B.   O.  CURES  CATARRH, ASTHMA?  Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs and Colds, ��*  money back.    Sold and guaxai'itced by.  LIQUOlt LTCI-^CJE NOTICE  Take notice that T intend to  apply to the .Superintendent 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  promises  known  _ ._..jv.j      AiiuiYjj  The Moyie Drug & Stationery Co las the Central JIoteI !�� M"y!c.  '  ' /        ' VICTOR  BE.SAULN/ER  Chamberlain's f",'1^ ch<*rrn ""  Never fails.   Uuy il now.  rrli'.ca Ht-int-dy.  Jt myy ���\v life.;'  Dated  this  l.j.h  day   of  Apiil,  'A. D. 10:o.  r^s:-

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