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The Moyie Leader May 20, 1910

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 iU  m  "A.  i -*  bit,; J,   .��  1^  ifffl  Si  Pvj  ������m  *t*a  ^S  ���dj3  ~    feT"  fv4K  k��  <Sa  If' -rf<*  J"  i  fl  ��  JI  t  4  IL  Do yoijr eyes bother yon?  Consult W.  H. Wilson,  of  ' Cranbrook   and  get ,  satisfaction.   '  |'*7       MAY 2 5 1910 |  Sm: nictuy liy pr.rciui  ing your  TIMEPIECE   from  Wilson, thc Jeweler.  ���))���  VOL. i:> NO, 7.  MOYIE,  B. C��� FRIDAY, MAY 20. 1910.  S2 A YEAR,  ��  K. SHOES  rJ < f  Our Gpring-order of  "K''   boots   shipped - from  ��� Kendall, England. 611 the s. s..Corsican ou February  9th .-.'will be here 111 a few clays.     o \        ���  * ' '      1 '    1  Nothing Just as Good as the "K" Boot  Campbell's for Quality  I        GENERAL FLOAT        f  ^sseeeses'seese^essisesss*:!  A third paper.is  being  started  at Prince Rupert.  There are two cases  of scarlet  fever in Rossland.  ' The sawmill at Proctor is to'  run night and day!  Every, hotel in   Vancouver  crowded with guests.  be  is  Town Improvement  I ���      LOCAL ASSAYS  0/  A fruit fair will be held in;New  Denver upon October 1.''  Hazelwood Ice Cream  , . <     ' ��� -0 ���'   '-'    '',.<���  you will find'your friends at Gwynne's where ''the  best  <c'ream in town is to be .had. <���     , ,-       '   ��� .��� '.   .  Qwynrie's Hazelwood Parlor  A new jail is needed in,v Nelson,  according to the grand jury.  .    ;  Thomas Cjaven, member of  tlie  provincial legislature for this district, was in Moyie last   Monday  inspecting the government wof-k  that has   been'done-here in  the  last month or two  mider  the supervision of James Grant.     Needless,to say he  was  well  pleased,  for an immense amount  of, work  had been acconplisbed'and it  Jiad  I been done in a manner that would  help to niakf^ Moyio a veritable  "City Beautiful."    To get down  to figures,, 3,000 feet of new sido-'  walk has been laid.   Of this about  a, third is eight'feet in width and  about  thc, same  proportion  five  feet, the  remainder being- three  T  5J ?^.-5^5395S9Sd33-J^2JS3a-5.55lS��tf W  w  Jf iss 'Scott, nurse, is spending   a  *. i jf.s^. >"*��� >���*���. �����".  v^.. -v^. >^.. >^. -^. v^. ^v. >^. ^  few days iri Cranbrook,'  C. J'. Floyd, representing the  Nelson Daily News, was in town  Monday.  John Hutchison and T. A- Tito--  ley aro in Moyio selling, Edson  real estate.  '       ���' ��� '  Our Breakfast  Foods  arc gorxl and fresh.  ��� Malta Vita'_I--_-   ,    Corn Flakes :.__._-.  Quaker- Oats   Puffed Rice.-���, ---  ' Grape Nuts- ���'��� '  Cream of Wheat, per package,'  Germca, per package,���  .   FRESH AND GOOD.-��� ���  ,1: -   Get- tlie habit..  ' Go to  ',.' CROWE BROS. & CO.  ==^>  __; 2'for 25c   ���,_._2for  25c.  50c   3 for  50c.  __i'__'���:3foi  50c.  e; ���L���'I.'..  .25c.  .50c.  A wagon road is being built be-1 an(j foiu. foofc walks. . jn ad,jifcion.  fcweenl^ew. Denver aud Ita-eberyf[somo -qo'feet of street, crossings  built and,-some  Justice W.,A. Galliher,is  building a $20,000 residence in Victoria.  f A tourist'hotel is being built'at  the sulphur springs near Blair-  more.',.    v    ��� '   '  Cranbropk will have some local  horse racing and other sports on  M"ay2-lth.     . ,     '',' ,L     ���  J>  John L. Sullivan wiU report'the  Johnson-Jelfrie3 fight for the New  York Times. ' ,   -  KSTA MASHED   1807  Beale <s$6l-ESl^vol 1  ' INSURANCE' and ' MINING  and INVESTMENT BROKERS.  The,'C.P.R. tourist, hotel at  Balfour will be partially ready to  occupy this fall.   . ���   ,  It\ tho coal mine .disaster, at  Whitehaven, Eugland, on May 12,  137 lives were lose. '    ,  ' Sir 'Wilfrid Laurier will stop at  both Nelson.and Cranbrook when  he comes west this summer.     >  Head Office  CRANBROOK, B. C.  Paint  Brighten up your premises with '.'STEPHEN'&READY  MIXED PAINTS," the best to be got for any price.. Linseed Oil, White Lead, Varnish, Stains, Boat Varnish, Putty,  Turpentine, etc., etc., etc.    Full supply, prices right.  At the'Van Roi mine, near Silverton, 100 men are working and  the shipments aro S00 tons a week.  VT. J. Uren of Moose Jaw is the  C. P.'R. superintendent at Cranbrook succeeding Supt. Brownlee.  have been built and,'some 8,000  feet of old sidewalks have been removed, to. outlying districts to givo  place for the new walks.     In'this  i (  work $2,000 ha,s.'been expended,  every dollar of which was for im-  provemeu'ts that wer.e absolutely  necessary/   .., '/  The provincial government; will  carry out another ^project that  will be of untold benefib.to Moyie.  It is the completing of the wagon  road to cha Society Girl mine, and  on -this work another y2,000 will  be expanded.-*--1 Work on this road  will be beguu within the next;' JO  clays. ^When. completed Moyie.  will have another shipping mine.  At present Mr. Grant has his  force of men1- building camps at  Aldridge and will be ready to  begin..work on the trunk-road  tomorrow. '  ,* Mr. Caven is keenly interested  in the workothat is'.going on 'in  his constituency, and has recently  mad e n persgnal visit .to every  part of the district.- cIIe is untiring in his efforts to see that all  portions get a square deal. ' Mr.  Cfiven is now at Victoria.  J,  ��*jrtz. tftsfc' rfr-tir .sfej&jfcj^.rtijrtz-sCrJ.Vjtfi-xfe-'^^^  ���^ MOVIE'S   LEADING   HOTEL. !}.  | Hotel Kootenay   I  The best of accommodations  for the Traveling Public.  Large and Cammodious Sample Rooms. Billiard Rooms.  McTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietor?.  a ,^-zjr /<a T^r^v^v ,p ty. 2vr^ tVrzV.-��s-iy: ��fv ^^^- >?��� ^^^ ^ ^*  At an expense of $500,000, tho  Quaker Oats company, of Chicago,  will build a plant at Calgary, aud  employ 200 people. c   "  Kc of P�� Grand Lodge  Dr. Hyde of Kansas City was  found guilty of murdering Thos.  K Swope. Tlis punishment wa3  fixed at life imprisonment.  E'U-1 Grey is to make another  tour of the west this summer before he retires from his official duties. He will be welcomed in the  Kootenay 3.  u  ??  J. F. M. Pinkham, formerly manager of the Cranbrook branch of  the Imperial B.iuk of Canada, is  now engaged in the real estate  business in Calgary.  !  ^v^~?v* /-yS"  For the most fastidious dresser we have the  Nicest Assortment of Mens' Shoes  in the newest -American  lasts.  irom $4.50 to $5.    See our new  Buy one and be well dressed.  A.  C. R. Ward and Harry White of  Cranbrook have  boon  appointed  delegates to tlie Grand Lodge convention  ot  tho   I. O. O. I*'., which  moots-in Kamloops ou Juno S.  Oxford  shoes in  all colors  20th CENTURY .SUITS.  E.  M  mperial Bank of Ganad  -    i   .....    . '.nin nnn.ooo.-'t:  Capital  Authorized--���  Capital Paid Up^���   Reserve   Fund   -������$10,000,000.00  ���5,000,000.00  ..���  BRANCHES  IN  BRITISH COLUMBxAr.  Cranbrook. Arrowhead. Golden. Knmloops, Michel.^ New   Michel  Fernie, Nelson, Revelstoke. Victoria, and Vancouver.  Drafts and Money Orders sold avaiblc in any  part of thc World  Savings Bank Department,  ��        .Interest/allowed on^ deposits from  date  of deposit.  1     MOYIE BRANCH. H. W. SUPPLE, Manager.  M. S. D.wys, tho well known  miniug rain, and oueof the principal owners of the Silver King  mine, near Nelson, has returned  from a prolonged abseuco iu tho  old country.  ;������;���. ������vHoliday^-'Tpday."'---  Toda3r being the day fixed for  the obsequies of bis late majesty,  King Edward VIL, the governor-  general has declared it a public  holiday. In Moyie tho day is being generally observed., All tho  stores are closed, as well'as the  bank and the postoffice. The general delivery wicket at the post-  office will be open this evening  from 5 to 0.  Chamberlain's Stomach and Li-  Sjvor Tablets will clear the sour  Hjstomach, sweeten the.breath aud  S J create a healthy appetite. They  s I promote the flow of gastric juice,  g' thereby.'inducing good digestion.  �� Sold by the Moyie Drug it. Statio-  uery company.  W. J. Feltham returned early  this week 'from Vancouver, where  he was attending the Knights of  (Pythias grand lodge. It Was a  well attended session, Mr. Feltham  says, and-the business was done  on schedule time. The order is in  very prosperous condition in British Columbia. The following officers were elected:  - Past grand chancellor, R. A.  Townley, Vancouver.   -  Grand chancellor,  John  Thomson, Cumberland.  Grand Prelate, J.   Walker,   Victoria.  Grand   keeper   of  records   and  seal, E. Pl'erdner, Victoria.   ,  Grand master of  exchequer,  E.  S. H. "Winn,".R.ossland.  Grand master at  arms,   Robert  Mackay, Kamloops.  Grand  iuner guard, H. E. Reid,  North Vancouver.  Grand  outer  guard, Mr. Chap-  plo, Grand Forks.  The next session  of  the  grand  lodge will be held at Kamloops.  Treat Lcad-Ziuc Ores  John Sullivan, a well known miner of Moyie, and James Iloskin,  a mining expert, have an experimental lead-Kinc plane at Cranbrook and are devoting considerable time in endeavoring to solve  the problem of treating the lead-  sulphide ores-of-this  district.  Jack Cocking and Gordon Foster read signs in Cranbrook last  Monday. '   .  A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.  August Baechler, at the Porto  Rico mill, on Thursday, May 15).   /  Mrs. J. L* Gibbons and children  will leave next week for their new  home iu .North  Battleford,  Sask,  Two carloads of ore were shipped this week to the Alice,concentrator at Creston from the Aurora.,  ,J. C. tlosack, storekeeper and,  timekeeper at the St. Eugene, will  leave next week for South Africa.,  E.-JE.'Thornlej",1 tho ''shoemaker,  will -  leave'. next   Tuesday ,f for j  Michel, where he will open a shop.  On - account of next Tuesday  being'a holiday, "YVildey (Lodge,1  I. O. O. F. will meet' on Monday,  evening-.   , ,'   ���  "William ,Altwood came .home  last Friday from .Calgary, "whet o  ho had been attending Garbutt  college.        '   ���  Sid Flemin^amc^iTp'f'rom Creston. Thursday to _. confer with  Ilarry Dimqck, superintendent of  t h e' A ii row mine.  W. P. White, former superintendent of the St. Eugene mine,  but now 'representing the Interstate Rubber,; company of Spokane, was in town Monday.  The high water period seems' to  be over aud the water in Moyie  lake is now receding. Most ypars  the high water mark as not 'reached until the middle of June.  It. H. Stewart, superintendent  [of the mining department of the  Consolidated company, is here  for a few days.  The raffle of the 30-30 ride and  revolver by Edward Gibbons will  be held at the International hotel  Saturday evening. ,   ���  A four horse power speeder has  been purchased by the Consolidated company for use between  Cranbrook and the Sullivan mine'  at Kimberley.  The social dance given in Morley  hall last'evening was well attended and J7 F. Cairo and J). II.  Thorpe, the promoters, are to be  congratulated on tho success ofi  tho event. Music was suuplied  by Messrs. Chapman and Smyth.  Ben. Evaus, one of the foremen  at the St. Eugene mill, came back  yesterday from the Flathead reservation, where he was selecting  his land which he acquired as a  result of being ono of the fortunate holders in the government  laud drawing at Coeur d'Alene  City. Idaho, last fall.  w  M  w  ��� 'Our Closing. Out Sale  is still jjoing on and cash'is now beginning to be lost  sight of.  '.   Special Reductions ���  as"  in the following-while they last:'Ends of^ Linoleum,  reguhirh'sold at 65c. and 75c. per square yard, to be /IS  Cleared at 35c. and. 45c. per square yard.' - ' Jap iMat-   ^!J  ling,  25c. and" 30c. vd.  Hxee  dressers;  cabinets.  ains  ���wasiistauds;, ��� Morris   chairs   and ; kitcheii  #Y  '&  MacEacherii". iS^MaccIonald- -f  fa  Ministers Stationed r Dominion Scott Act  At the Methodist conference in  Nelson the various ministers were,  statione'd.   Following is the list of  those well known id  East  Kootenay and the fields .they willl oc-  ciiyy for the next year at least:-  . Cranbrook���Robert Jlug-hes.  Moyie���J. W. .Miller, B. A.  ilvimberley--G: II. Hamilton^ f '  Fernie���James P. Dimmick.  Michel���G.T. Chenoweth, 13. A.  Ilpsmer���Manly.F- Eby, B.-A.'  Coal Creek���D.-TV. Scott.*  Creston���F. J. Rutherford, B.A  R. E. Collis and  W. IJoulton  to  attend college. -  D. M. Perley, li. A. in China,  Xanaimo���S. J.. Thompson.  Vancouver���W. Jl/ishley Hall.  'Nelson���Jas. 1'. Westman.  '  JI. E. S. Taylor, under  appoint  :uent to China.  On the Diamond  Zinc Experiments.  Two spirited baseball games  have already been played between  Moyie and Cranbrook aud a third  one will be played at Cranbrook  on Empire Day. The first game  was won by Moyie byna score of  -I to 0, and the second by Cranbrook by a score of 5 to 4 That |  Moyie's team is equally as strong |  as last year's aggregation is beyond que?,-i','-|  ' Will Play Tennis  -<4  That" the local   option , league  intends carrying the  the .temper-"  auce fight by attempting to have '  the terms of the  Dominion, Scott ���  act enforced iu^British   Columbia  is shown by the issue   of  the  fol-.  lowing  announcement  irom   the.  (headquarters of the  organization  'at Vancouver: ' ' ' i  "Iu response to Dr. Spencer's re-  quest'behair of tbe British Columbia local option league,'the federal  government has passed an amendment  which  makes   the   Cauada  Temperance act'apply  to  British  Columbia.    What the temperance  peopk), could   not  get  from   the'  provincial government under   tho  conditions imposed at the  plebiscite nhey have now obtained from  Ottawa and   will   soon   decide   iu '  which cities, towns  and   distiicts  to make the first test."'  " >  Roberts & Messinger Leavinar  The tennis players of Moyie will  probably go down to Cranbrook  ou Empire Day nnd have a friendly game with the players of that  city. Thoplaycisof Moyi���� will  include S. G. P.laylock, AV. H.  Swan, E. O. Kamtn and J. C. IIos-  ack.  "Canada Mourns"  Favor  Amalgamating  Messrs.   Roberts   &    Messiuge-  arc   packing   the   remainder    of  then; stock aud will move to  Car-  mingay, Alberta, the first of next'  week, and will open in that  town  about June 1.    lb is  with sincero  regret that Mnyio loses   these two  young men.    They are both capable and'enterprising businrsi men  and exemplary citi/.eus. They will  have tlie best wishes of  everyone  in Moyie for success in their  new  location.  Miners' Union Eleciioa  Tho zinnexperimonrs which will  bo mado  by   tho  Dominion   gov-1 '   eminent will soon be  undertaken       T^ vote of tho members of tho  at tho zinc plant nt  Nelson.    The } "Western Federation of Miner*  on  Tbe regular   semi-annual   election of the various uuions of  the  Western    Fedarafcion    of    Miners  will be held ou Saturday, Juno  -1.  At this election, besides   tho  regular officers, delegates will be cleu-  I tod to attend tlio   annual   conwn-  | tion which  moots  at   Denver   on  July IHh.  sum of $."0,000 hao   been   granted  for this purpose.  To Purchase North Star?  Canada's wreath for the funeral  of the late King was in tho shape  of a maple leaf. The outside was  composed of maple leaves while  across tho wreath in dark carnn-  tions wero the words "Canada  Mourns."  A touch of rheumatism, or a  twinge of neuralgia, whatever the  trouble is, Chamberlain's Liniment  drives away tbo pain at once and  cures the complaint quickly. First  There seems to be good grounds  for the report thafc the -Consolidated company is arranging for the  purchase of the North Stnr mine  at Kimberley. Tho property has  been visited by some of the hpad  officials of the company. The  North; Star is not far from tlie  Sullivan, which, is now under lease  to this company.  Football Matches ���Arranged  tho question of amalgamating  with the United Mine Workers of  America carried by a majority  equal to 7 to 1.' The final count  of the vote was made bn April -'SO,  and has just been made public;'  Comet a Disappointment  The Moyio football team will  play the Michel team at Michel on  Saturday, May.-2S, and the Michel  application gives relief.      Sold by'team will   play   a  return  match  tho Moyie Drug & -Stationery Co.    iiero on Saturday, Juue 1-       /  So far the famous italley comet  has teen a disappointment to .the  casual observer.    It has been very  faint aiid has   been  seen   by   but  few  people.      From   now  on   the  comet may be seen  iu   the  western sky every evening  after  sunset, provided   tho .atmosphere .'is  clear.    The   transit   of   the  earth  through the comet's tail   was   accomplished Wednesday night and  the celestial body  is   now  in  tho  opposite direction from   where  it-  has been seen recently,  NOT  /"VJT-'  All Free Miners' Certificates expire on May 31st, and  j should be. renewed prior, lo  that date. The undersigned  is Deputy Mining- Recorder  for. ]\ioyie and vicinity and lis  the; proper person to apply to,  for these certificates.  F. A, SMYTH,  UicruTV Mts-i.vc; Rhcokdi-k,  M*  fi  m  UMm  '!-  'V  '��' ���.  I I  mmrn^^ JET r'^t.rriw -.- r^T  .'!.-  VZ  - iVr  I      ��c  ' ��� ffi*s  V  i-   i    ..'  ' THE IOIJE LEAM '^ I3������* ����. -ion or  '--    -    - -jnnhvay station, not   "deepo,"  i'iiblii-lifd in tlieinterostof the people   UOr   "daypo.'' nor    vet  TTfR LEADP.n. .MOVTK JiWTiSlT COLUMltlA'.  of .Mnyii- and K:u-iKootenay.  F. J. SMYTJ1, J'-V'Msur^  <^i^r['^!]ii��fT>  u \ii:   tir   <.iij:fci i:u>.ion  /hie Year  ....   #2,00  FttJDAV, MAV 20. 'lOlO.  'dep-  _JP��'"    ' Some  Canadians   are  ~  forming. i]ie   habit   of  usi]^.  =-  that   execrable   Americanism  "i   one   of ,Jts   many   corrupt  |fonnsi of pronunciation���Sat- j  ~'uydav Sunset. <    "���^===" "  Silence/  Editorial Nsfes  Speaking of baseball -enthusiasts, Movie's fair ladv fans  .can ceilamlv go some.  Cotton's Weekly���Hon. W.  |S. Fielding has received over  a hundred thousand dollars in  pay during the fourteen years  he has been a cabinet minister?  That was not enough and his  friends have given him another hundred thousancfto help  him, out  JreVhinrt �������lesty natural  to every w���m������ .'. oflc a  wh!M   �� ��� th.e.Pe"on��' 1��e��ion�� of   the  local   pl.vtici.in  Jiorrent r��� them, and so they endure in silence a condition  Ol dibeasc which surely progress from bad to Morse.  It has been Dr. Pierce's privile&e to cure a  &reat many women who have found a retuHo  for modesty in his otter of FREE consults  tion by letter.    Till  correspondence is  held  .-���-     ��* sacredly confidential,   address Dr. Jt. V.  Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. �������.��.  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription  restores   und   rcfeulafes  the womanly function*, abolishes   pam   and   builds'up and  puis  the finishing touch of   health   on   every weak woman  ��ho gives it a fair trial.  It Makes Weak Women Strong,  Sick Women  Well.'  7oTt^nnLaSrdit? acceJ,.'.�� *��"' nostrum as �� substitute  ror this non-incohoiic medicine op vnown coMi-osn ion.  L 0. O. F.  Wlliley Lodge No. -li.  fleets Tuesday evenings  in   the  Mineis' Union   hall.      Sojourning  Odd Fallows cordialJyinvited.   1"  Fu\:i> K(,-e. F. J. Smyth.  Xoble Grand. Scsr'y.  f,.  itin   brothers invites].  K. D. Stinron', ZFi. A. lin.n  Chancellor Com.       K.   Jt.  &.   S.  I,   .;'   FAREWELL |  flii   1 ; qj  POSTAL    PHOTOS.  Tlie Greenwood and  Frank |Jnm "0ut-    A!lcl   tIie   ordiuarv We love hil" mo$l> 'w!'o served us'best.  .<: '      ' ' iwaPPiilnn-i'clim.-^     J    i       i-   "   I     ^Ve .sorrow wlK-11 the shade of death  strikes arc .settled.    Now,   let j M agc pln�� Is supposed -to fhve imth tiii,m.��i the eye ami held  u.e  us have peace   and prosperity 11}asp>' aild snve inoiVe-V *" less   '. V���"'     ���,     .''     '    w  1 J        J '    ,].,,���    r , ,      ,     ,   , And huaht'd the sinking soul to rest.  for a lime U,an. four  hundred  dollars  -1  ,,      ,      , ,-        .  JOiauiUC. , .     , ., r    ,     ,    ��� 1"ii', aJHut what of all our sighs and tears  _! .,  ,    lypar. , j     Our lieans uplift' iut,silent. prayer '  The C'   P   Iv      'liu-ivN f-ntor- ' '        =J "^     ' '^I��-'I'urdfiis of the nation's care.'-  -Llie ^.      . iv.,  aiu.n.^ CUtCl   ^^e^^^t.^^^^^^^^1-   That press ��a,ul chafe the weary years.  T make a specialty 01 Postal Photo work.' Prices, 4  for 50 cents, or $1.25 a dozen.  MISS FhOSAlTEAGON.  .]irisno-, will  soo:i J,e,,turningjjj> '       .CHIWOOKERS.  out "ready uiade"'fr'ijit farms ^a339,95^^s*^s^^6���eifc|  in'the Kooteuavs. ' :  .O.'P. DESAULNJER.  ni:.u^Kji  i.v  Ki.yht   kings   attended   Ihe  t."Iioi:u<.ii)iiu.lle\leiv.;  ''Aud just as   I iiisd"l]im in the  boat���snap' went the line and he  funeral of King Edward.     Up ��ot l^^y-"���Exci-actc'Cvom fishing  to this  pyeiit four   kings are story  the most thai   have ever been  'found'in a" bunch.       -    -  Or of the power of Church nnd State  .The flag to trefrboni peoples dear  The pride of na\ies'/ar .nid near  ( That jiim-e ten thousand .wheelsof fate?  Bc-r.enth nil royal popp and show  Cf fashioned follies far and'wide  If nifinly wisdom waijtb to hide -A  The lieart of hri'tain wjlls to know.'  Selkirk J,cider, J>'u. C5  A. V.   .V   A.M.  A Great Many T^IJ  Minie m  <'iri.  lRi-d to j  l' '���'noil.,  r";!u  You  A'.t.U..  Ti  I. - ��'::/  Us,n��0urWald,   -^  Ywi'�� haiP UlL      -s '"  ^��c.-ll,���otravon"MIU      A|  ^rC^ecfTime(J!e0 J  Watches  an<i Clock,  %  We^'^^w,ls;|  ���Jlegular    meetings  oh the  iirst Wednesday      of   each  _ month.  ^isitiny brethern ^elccroe.  J I. Chainnan, TV. ^l.  o  Jeweler  o  ���TANNER  Moyie, B. C  P^^^^W^HiSJ  iV. AV. Ihirdott, Secretary.       $-t  #    1'. O. IJOX SOI  PiUXU  Moyie   Miners'   Union  , No. 7! w.'f. of M.  Meets in Minors'   Union  IInil  ��v-  ery Saturday  evening. ', Sojourn-  Dear Chiiioofcei-s:���The other  pvening I read the paper and  found a thrilling   nccount 'of  the  r ��� -���--.��� toiinci a Winning   nccount   of  the  When' it'COiiies   to   keeping-! Hyde "lul<Jei- trial, a vivid analy-  in   th'e , linielioht,   Theodore|^-*t^Z^T^^^  *    ' ' a rei.-e resume of the Gohl murder  Roosevelt has oul)'- one real  live competitor.. That man .is  ly E.'WajLts,'j. P., of'Watts-  burg-.  . Children who need corporal  ���punishnicnt   ,at     school    are  L  those who receive it at' home1.  If parents , refrained from  thc rod'and-0lhe strap,'teachers  .���jvould.be spared' the agoijy-of  such'treatment.  4 ,  1 The reformer seems to" direct 'liis efforts almost exclusively to boxing- and football���  two sports which are rough in  trial, aiid brief mention,of a mim  her of other nmi-der trials. J then'  went to bed and dreamt 'I was'  heaci usher in" a morgue. Coukl it  not'bo arrauged'to'run a few presidential messages or some congressional records by way of a-scda-  .tive?       ' '  ''     lii'LL.  '  Liniburger Chesse  ��� c  . Limburgcr cheese. Laid away in  cupbaards aiid refrigerators will  drive ants away. So doubt of it.  Tt will drive a hog out of a tan-  yarti; it will drive a spike iii a  spike in a brick; it will drive a  tramp away from a meal of victuals: it wilfdi-ive a mule through  a barbed wire.fonce; it jvill drive  a herd of cattle 'oyer ao precipice;  ifc will drive a negro away- from a    - " "v.fai.<j owuj    xroin j  their very nature���but   which |ch'^eu roost, or a man  to  insan  statistics show  are really -no 11^ Tb�� StayS live ���Inut<?s wifchi��  -; ten feet of its u  And we indeed have found in thee-  -,���. The heart-heats of' a father's care  That "did the blood of nations spare  . -And still hold peace on land and .skl.  When outraged to the very end ,  Of palieiice/did thy lund Withhold',.''  Thy.nawes, from the traitor bold  To be.to man, the Marnier friend. ,  dJy fields of blood'and strife and pain  ��� Of half-killed thousand's of thine own  You sought not by" thc widow's groan -  Tlie warriors' tinsil*piumes to gain. .  But nearer home, you found a grace  I'cr stricken .Ireland's cancerous sore  Through centuries she strove, yet bore  A maddening wrong, a fo'ul disgrace.1  So soon, so well, you did your pqrt  Oh. how it grieves to say farewell  Xo. thou art here to ever dwell  ���   Within our Empire's grateful heart, '  No monument of brafes or stone     -  ''  Can mark tjiy passing from the earth;  Built in a stufF of nobker worth  You stand remembered ,by thine own.  And nations far and near shall bring   '  Profouudest thanks for Edward's ways  While teai ful Britoiis'sons shall 'praise  ���  This man, a thousand times, a king.  '   ��� C. G.'EyAjfS, iloyiE.'B. G.  ��� - .Notice of, Meeting  PROMPT 'DELI VERY.   >  Queens'Ave. '   MOYIE  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  --. ,    KELSON. B. C. !.    ' ���  jrfoarding and Day Schon]' conducted by .Sisters of St. Joseph;Nelson,  B. 0. Commercial uud business  course? a specialty. Excellence and  swift progress "UharacfenTze each, der  partuient. Parents should write for  particulars. One month assures 'the  public ^ the", thoroughness-of the  Sisters' methods . of Reaching. Terms  .comm.nco January, April and. Sept  Pupdsare admitted "durint:'term.  f  ing members aro cordially invited { ^  to attend. " f ^  Albert Gill,  Prehidont.  Jarads Roberts  Secretary  Harvey,'   McCarter'. &  ���    Macdoiiald/   ; '  . Barristers, Solicitors, Xotariea, Etc '  Cranbrook, ���"/ ,-,. B. C.  ; ��� l  W. F, ;Gto ~  HAKItlSTKJU. HOUOlIOn;  ETC.  CRANBROOK'/  East Kooieriay Bottling Co f'|  Cranbrook,   B. Q.  .���/Manufactures-of >H   kimls  of en r bona ted  -;. "bovorages.    Wo.spare no expense Moliave  ' ouiv goods the bobt 011,tlici mitrkef.  There are  others, But!!  B. C  STOP AT THE  OSJIOPOUTAN-  ,-^.r,^��� 11,n|.J,_j   .  rougher tlian -thc others.  A Spokane evangelist says  ���that "A re.al mother docs not  meau  one of the fresco-faced  0 1  ii iz/Je-headed, French-heeled,  kangaroo-shaped, sissy women  who hug aud kiss a pug dog."  Now, what do you kijow about  that?  Notice is hereby given that the annual  nsavorv in-esence I f-rP"cral uiecU��?f of the shareholders of  And yet some men will .?ie up an-' \ 1u,c"s��;lel-V ^ M>''������r c��-~ W��l..   will  eat the stun and  profess   to  lik er "\      -Cy ^ *��iie' *' �� ' ��u'  _A;,Ila, p���.,���  ". ��   i,k0'J��srl.y. Jane/,    1910, at   1:30  o'cl  Za-  .   WHEST TNr'r .  y  A-, .xra^brooe:  15. if. SillAKI,, Mmincer. '      '      ,  "'    .;'  ���J Good rooms, good  lableB and .bar.  ^ and first tlasssiimylo rooms.'  BR. T. B. MILES, ,.  Cranbroolv   ,'  ���' sijj, c.  George H, Thompson;  ', r      '..      ' . '"  ."JUltlUdTER,,    SOUOITOII    '  1 't - i I,  i Nota'uy "p,ina.K:,'ikcZ  CJU.VBRO'OK,       Bumaii Col{-mi��a  i s , (/ I  lt;wi!l be.to  NTE  W. K. BEATTY  t  ���<<��� Embalmer and Undertaku/,  to purchas'e  Wm. Jev/eli   �����^-|  rPhone 0.  CRa-NBROOK  -Michel Reporter.  Secrets of Success  A ver\- large   proportion   of  thc paper money which passes Jtamme!  Push said, the P.utton,  Take pains, said the "Window,  Never be led, said tho Pencil,  Always keep cool,,said the  lee.  Be up to date,  said   the   Calendar,  in   the     afternoon,    for    the     purpose1  of   electing  directors   for   the   cusuiuR  year and the transaction   of  such   other"  business'as ma;, come before the meeting  J. P. 1-ARREU.v, Sec'  ^foyie, May 7th., 1910.  from'hand to hand and pocket     Never  do anything  oil  hand,  t       ���     , ��� said the Glove  to pocket in tins country is in      \i-.i- ,'    ���  .. .     , J   b    u     *ilake   n"��eli   of   small   things  a disgustingly flirty and dan-  ^id   tho   -Microscope,   and' then  gerously unhealthy condition.  The silyer dollars will be welcome.  The splendid work of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets  is daily coming to light.    So such  Never lose your  head, said  the | f "n re���ed*fo^���r a^ bowel  Barrell tnej troubles was ever  known   before.  ' JJoadiiving   business said th��IThousanda bles& tbem  fo^  curing  Hammer. 0US1D^S- haid ^(constipation, sick headache,   billi-  ousness, jaundice and indigestion.  T. l'.McVutic,C':E���l'  1. S.        U. V.   I-iirlcr, C  McVITTIE & PAKKER  PllOVI.VClAL La.VO   SunvKVINO  KAIL WAV   *   IIISDC    K.\GI>KHI1I.M!  Estimates Furnished.  , ,      ��� / OFFICES  WOOD   AND   ' COAL IForfc Sfceel��p- ��-Box 25-  For  Sale' '  |c�����broo"-��-���� ����� .  Express and General Delivery Business. Livery and  Feed Stable.  Leave Orders at  GWynne's Store.  BIT-Y   YOUJi  Moyie  And still life is just one  dam thing after another, as  some wise individual has put  it.    We have just sidestepped  hustle.���Exchange.  Sold by tho Moyie Drug it Stationery company.  The Royal Seal cigar has been  before the smoking public for a  dozen years. It is made in Nelson  and can be bought in nearly  every mountain town.  NOTICE  All Free Miners' Certifi- Xever he*��tale about giving  cates expire ou May 31st and! C1hnraber,ain'd Co"gh Remedy to  should be renewed vnov fo C f^"' Ic c��Qtains no opium or  that   date'     T? 1 , narcotics and can  be  given |  that   date.     Ihe  undersigned  with  implicit confidence.     a.s   a  If you want anything in the  hue of clothing or men's . furnishings, try  British Ccamibia 'CjO'/JfC  Tobaccos  Fruit and  Confectionery  FROM  A, B, Stewart  THE TAILOR  ���TIIK���  jr ii      , , |    -w'      J-J^   uiiucibijriica'wiiu   implicit  confidence       <\.s   a  lie)  s   comet   to   fiml   our-J is   Deputy   Mining   Recorder !^"ek cure for coughs and coids to      AVe carr3' i" stock the ?0ods I  .selves   face   to  face   with the j for Moyie and vicinity aud is .  Dominion Scott Act.                  ;'the proper person to "aoply to''" l,u-lu'lla^<1-     *o\d by the Mo                     J for tlics�� certificates ' y'�� lh'u�� & :  As   was   expected,   the St  ' which children are susceptible,   it  'Id by the Mo  ritaiionoiy   company  Eugene mine at Moyie led by  several    thousand     tons    tlie  a^oibit of .silver-lead ore treated at the Trail smelter duriuol  April.     It  Wil|   Ik.. /SL.CU  t]].^  .this    famous      property   still  uiaintainf:.its place as the big!  >Tcst lead producer, in   Canada  and one of the biggest in the'  ., world.   ' ,  ���   ���~-- * �� *���   . Tiie correct -word for deScri-  i;��];rap!ace where the train  Ptf'P-stotake.oii or.let oil  pas-  ;-'��^rsin Canada is L]jg  -ood ���'  F. J. SMYTH,  Oi-a-urv Misixc. Kucoam:R.  OVER 65  YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Sffiia"* Desions  THE V/AIVE  Ice Cream Parlor  .open'  X. A. Home, Prop.  Drewry. BuidiiiK'  to make   an    up-to-date   suit  made in  town,  or we can get  you    a   special    ordered   suit  made to your measure.      \\'c.  have ready-to-wear Campbell'-;'  clothing, the   best   made  and!  fitting clothing in Canada.       Ujl-ek.w, avi:  Underwear, shiils.   collars, ;r  ��BHAO��.Mi:il      HUMS.    !���,.������.  T/nr-c   tiwnj.lo   room   m    connection  with hoiiho for commercial mon. IJuai  i of a';coniriio(!:ition.  IleiidijiiHrtcrH   fur   Coin-  niurciiil juid iMiiuni: Men.  MOT        15. c  , ���      "  :, ��� COPVRIGHTS &S.  li .     . ' ('MI(:Ht ��.j:oik:>- for .securing Dlilent^  ��,^",s,,,���''lIe'!,."lr"u':,l M��"�� & Co.���roJetva  ^5i   'A'0*' w 'hout ch--"-CT. iu the       ��Vw,l��e  7'liAS g Li"!?'"1--"1"-   J^n��Cl.     Ten.5   77?  ,Thos��� Suiiiffi-srs  ���Cigaiv, ..Tobacco,   Ki-tut   jukI.  'Co.nt'ucininftry.,  rroy,s." sutujsx ��� Z-w.  Soiith., Victoria  ties   belts,  .ummer   hats :.nd (Sl^rvouii^^K  nearly-everything .in tlie line  of;fiiniisliin|r.s at reasonable  prices.     '  All our goods and work guaranteed. Cleaning',, pressing and  repairing done.  from the  Cranbrook   Co-flperafive  M  "'S  oyie  ���eer  ���  ,As made by t,]iC pro��ent;brewer it. iidniittfillj' t'1" ''j  s__.���[Hofct Uoei in Knst Kootenay.   With tho Bii>t, 3fnlr \\  land tho Turost Spring Water it is imexcellrd fi'   [\  Iqimlity.    Jii.sUcou having Moyio licer.  BOrrLKI) AND DIM FT 13EKR  mm  \j i  MUELLER & HESSE,   PEOPS,  J*.  if?  !Z>\  ^  Chamberlain's- fa,fe���X  !     iNocr fails,   liui'ituo-.v,   Il jaay save Ills.  Mercliao  KOOTENAY  1 STEAM ;.;';.  LAUNDRY.  ���     IS'.KL.SO.N'.  All White Labor.  i  1'  MOYIE   HOTEL  aiforiL3(ive-0ik WJUl t!,�� Iwii!'wt  A. B.  STEWART.  .;";'-������   P. F.JOHNSTON; Prop.  .���-This  hotel   is   new   and   well   furnished.    Tlie  tables are supplied with the best the market affords.  The.bar is filled with  the   best   brands   erf   liqm>rs' ���  and cig!.irs. .'"'.'-  Headquarters for ;  COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEN      j  'I    MOYIK,' - British Col urn bin   i  ;*  i j  -^ WW  THE LEADED. MOVIK, iJJUTJ.SJT COlA'AiniA.  r"4ii k-:l  i����t K-f  '"Klin    px4T  ' ��� E  e lie 0..fc  In i   P  [SI  lam p    3 h a d eT^ "*a1  GILL    WITH.   THE   .LYNX  -,T  '\tf"N  L/  Tht, t, another inttalmrnt of ffcc ocrfc* c/ true stories  ���in the hfc of, "Alien Ilcntlcigh, Professional Shopper."  Ms told io Miss M'ciman ifi'thc 'young icoman tchuvc (xpe'ri-  enecs art, lci���a set down~u,ith, of course, names and  places changed from real to fancied.  c.  <CopjrtKM. ]01��. by lb. Now Yorfc Herald Co.    All .l?ht�� rowrrcd )' '  HE  mention  of  my own  firm  attracted   mv  attention to tlie'women a-hcad of'me.    Oilier- ...-,.-.,,���������, ui un- ���,��� ���, lno Jynx nnt.    It a��� wcnt  wise, J  probably  never  btionlcl   Imve   noticed dowi/h. my report that afternoon/compiled from notes  ���   thorn.   They were just two of Uio convcnilon.il both mental and Jotted down while I had my uncon-  Wue serges ono meets by the score any day In scions victim lu sight.    After I had dutifully recorded  tho shopping districts. 'But the minute (hat "Granby" ,                                    -,,_<_            "ULU  T:  Macda, one of the few legacies bequeathed by the  -SVnrren-iientlelgU ancestors���I'.entlelgh "to the society  colli inns und the world, and Mis* Bentlelgh. professional shopper, to my llank account. 1 was .still very  much a woman, with lnith society and business lesser  considerations when 5t came-to satisfying a personal  grudge ' _ '  Thorp irai nothing Indefinite, depend upon,It. !n my  description of tbe girl ir. tho lynx hat.    It nil went  By Rira Weiman  ����  '*��$  (T'^fi  &.  "&  to  - i  tii" ��  ��lr J  sr  il  r,r  *���  **    ti He  ff  0<i  I  ^  t&-[  Sv   A  1  ���'-.iV,.  A jt-si^'-'K**  ���drlftod back to mo ray ears shot up, eagerly keen ns a  'foxhound's.   I drew a,sfep nearer.    ' '  > "But I tell you Groiiby's.selling -tiie same thlng.for  four dollars," one o�� them was saying. . "I seen���saw  It myself." - ,    '  i     The  other  polltoiy  remarked  that sho' didn't  believe Jt.' |j . ' , ���    .  tl          "W-fcll, they were ndvoitlspd this mari'ilns. and I bad  ii look when I was In there.   'They're sot some nicer  than the ones we lutvc out nt four twenty-four, you can,  bollewe ine or not.   It's tlio first time �� over seen���saw  anything cheaper at,Gratiby's than with us.';  "Did you buy one?" was the immediate question:  "No: why should']?    Vou can go up nnd look them ]]  over yourself-nhd see If I ain't���-rut not telling tho   '  -     truth.   Then report It. that's all."   '                   . '  I  strode  hastily  forward  nnd glanced "back at I'  passed them:   One wns as nondescript as1 her dress,"  Just one-color, and featureless, but when I-saw the  ���other, the chief speaker, I Jerked my'muff up to my  face, first to , hide tbe face and second to conceal .Its  <xprcsslon of ecstasy.   I'or under Hie furry shadow of  her hat I recognized at.oncp the salesgirl at O'llnra's  who   hnd   "-spotted" ' me .some 'weeks   before,   whoso'  -,, "whispered word of suspicion' had prepared for uic'my  first repast of humble pie.                           ���        ' ' ..  "OTIarn'ii!" ' I slipped back a step and swung my  arm's outward -i-o keep them from hugging mo.    Those-'  ���   <wo _In,front of me���Ihcy embodied a,'sw;eet revenge.  TIow long had I pronged myself the pleasure of mak-  fljig OTIara & Sous pay for my humiliation'!    Was It  likely I'd forget the girl who had sold me a rliliiestor.o  .    -hair ornament and" then caused my investment ro be  u    transformed into n tidy wad of tissue paper?    Woll '-  hardly! ; .  I saw inslnntfy^hnt st\o must have been promoted  in rofbgnltlon of her coup d'C-tat��� mado a'shopper for  O'llara, possibly for the very reason that she had been  clever enough to trap the shopper of a rival concern, a  service,; the department slore seldom falls to recognize. 'She was new at It, that was-certain: new as to  blue serge and .imitation lynx- hat, new in the open  -dlscus^on- of ber business, new even unto the polish-'. |  Ing of hor' English. A - '���.',,������  .. ,  "You g.vnp to Granby's l<><Jay and see for yourself,"  she was briefing,     '"''',        . '  '  S4 Verses $4.24  T,k?_:.otlier-nodded and''I duickled. - She. (hen, was  |  also one of The O'liara 'shOrwrs.    Two birds bagged i  with one stone. I told myscif.  ��� I tripped after them,  nn.\lous for some clew ns to the n.-uure of the article'  that was, selling at Granhy? for less- than at O'EIara's.  'Impntlent to discover what department tho colorless  -one Intended to visit.  Hut their conversation drifted into other channels,  of which a certain "Tom" seemed to be tbe main current. The girl In the lynx hut lapsed oomfortaJ.Iv Into  thc story of how she had "bronght him to tbe centre"  ���through a flirtation with another man. it was evident  *rom the confidence displayed that the two were either  relatives or intimates. But I had ceased to be interested.  When they disappeared into a white tiled lunchroom  I found the nearest telephone booth nnd called up John  Culvert, the commanding ollicer of G.' Granby & Co.'s  whole regiment of workers.  "What aro we advertising hvdny at ?l?" I nsked  Abruptly.   "O'irnra is selling the same thing at 5-1.21,    the fact tllat Uenshaw's Imported gauze ribbons were    ly announced; "new lot.   We bad first choice    O'llara  .ano they ro sending in a shopper to examine our goods,    nrrunged to make a better s,how Ing than ours; that a    got the rest.   We're soiling them special it ?/    O'll'i' 1  I overheard a conversatfon-but never mind," I bur-    Particular French face powder was being sold at Col-    has   them   in   regular  stock   at  5-J.2-1.     Just  tried on with my description, "she's drab, skin nud eyes    IlnK's  for  two cents below (he sfnmli.rrl  nrli-n- tho*-    tri��L- r.e ������^ .-,. ������.���..���  She leaned forward, unmistakable menace in her eye  and .hair j,.^ plain mud'color; thin, medium height,  and about thirty; has on a navy blue tnilor made a  .little gray lmt with blue wing, and a squirrel mulT."' I  I stopped short. Our "nig ChlcC" Colvcrt was laughing. I could see his broad shoulders heaving as distinctly as If the telephone hadn't como between us.  "I said you ought to be a detective," he sent over the  wires. "That would-mnko a satisfactory police description.   What department did .vou say?"  "That's just what I couldn't find oat. I've told you  -nil I know. Now catch her IC you can. She's going  to look up something we've advertised at four dollars.  Better keep a watch wherever there are special sales.  I'll have more to tell you later."  -Vs a matter of fact, it was thc girl Jn the lynx hat    next morning.  ling's for two cents below the standard price; that  Itose Brothers had a greater variety of colors in a new  dress material than wo had obtained, I allowed myself tbe luxury of telling about the glrl��ln the lynx  hat. Not one detail did I overlook, from the apparent height of her yellow pompadour to tho tilt of her  nose, the soubrettc slltmies^ of ber waist, tbe cut of  her coat, the .shape of her black suOdc shoes.  "Thc young woman answering to tho above," I  ended, decisively, "Is a shopper for 0'IIara's. No  matter whpt she may say to the contrary if caught,  this Is a certainty."  '     The Drab One.  "So  there  were  two of them." observed  Mr. Col-  vert, looking up from tho report as 1 entered his oUicc  who held eny particular interest I wanted to trap  her���and OTTarn's with her���a.s she had tins. She  should sec that Granby, too. bad resources when ft  came to cornering a .suspect; for though .Mae���short for  "Yes.    I>ld you get the drab one?"  lie looked at me from the corner of an eye and a  tuinkle danced behind his gi.-.s.ses. "She was after  painted lampshades," the wiziud of Griinb.w-. prompt-  HARD    LINES    FOR    THE    BURGLAR.  ((' I -II IS most low down  trick ever played  by one  I  white man on another was played on me." .said  the   1111111   who  admits  he  was  not  nl\\nys> so  honest as he is now.    "It was the diabolic invention  of a man from whose pocket I one evening extracted  ��;smnll roll of bills.    Along with the inouev. which I  *ila want, I secured a letter which I did not want, but  .   v,'eh l could not return  to the gentleman's  pocket  without apprising him of my former meddling with  ���his financial aft'n Irs.' , ���  "Whew.I got to my own room I read the letter. I  wished a. hundred times after that I hadn't. It was  nu appeal'for assistance. The writer was a woman.  i>he was living in a rjmnll Uiiuois town. 'Apparently  sbo had some claim on the man. She told .lilm 0," the  ���oenth of two members of ber family, of tho sick-'  iiesa of another, nnd of her own overwrought condition. She was destitute nud she begged ldm to send  ber at once as much money as lie could possibly spare.  I don't mind saying (but that letter made a power-  In lmpi-essiou on me. I .cad it several times before  going to bed, and in my sleep I dreamed about It 1  suw .that poor woman's tears, 1 beard her 's<- bf and  prayers, 1 pictured tiie dead and'dying children.  Along townr.d morning I sat up on the edge of the  bed and called myself names.  t. * 'ion beast,' s,,jti tt .yolI miserable.brute, vou'--���  f \7?'��!1't repoat all the bard names 1 bunded out to  ���myself that morning.- They don't sound well wiien  y-OM say them out loud.  "By and by I counted the money again that thc man  and I had swapped the night before. There was just  $."0. Since Ihe money was wrapped up In the woman's  letter I had no doubt that he had scraped it together  to send to her. I could not; return the money to; the  man, for 1 didn't, know where to tlnd him, "but air  sense of buinanity forced ine to do the next best  thing. The woman's name and address were on tha  letter, and I resolved to forward it to ber. I did eveu  more than that I was hard-up myself just then,  devilishly bard lip; but..1. knew that woman's need  was greater than, mine, and 1 added the last $10 I  had in tbo world to the other man's $50 and sent it  to her.       ,--.[' .<  "That- ought to have ended. the Incident, but ,It  didn't. Two years later 1 met that man again. It  ..'doesn't matter where or how. but I met .him, and It  was what I learned then that killed my faith iu human  nature. That letter was a fuke. The man always  carried it for the benefit'of gentlemen of my profession. A friend out West ..wrote It. She wrote a  fresh letter every week, and' the man carried It  wrapped around- whatever money, lie- happened  to have ju his pocket. Ho figured that' the most hardhearted criminal alive would be melted by an appeal  of that kind.and would give up H'�� boodle. ���Me"flg-  ured right In iny case.' It got me and it got my SU).  which, of coiir.se, the ninii hadn't counted on; "hut, 1  leave it to any unprejudiced witness it' that wasn't  ���playing just about as low 11 hand ;is'lt is possible for  any umn to play." ���    '  .   . .._.       a   little  trick of ours to prove thut if you go to a second r.ile  house for a first class  article you  pay  more  for It  - than at nTirst rate one."   Uo leaned back to c-njoy my  reception  of the  scheme..'  I   leaned   forward   impatiently.     "Well���nud   the  girl?"  "The girl? Of course!" Ho smiled at my imp.i-  tlence. "She was spotted when she came In and followed straight to the lampshades. We watched hor  pick out one with a rose border, pay for it and ask  to have it put in a box so that she could tako It with  hor. It would have gone into their stock after comparison had been made and tbe price reduced If wo  hadn't taken the precaution to substitute a bare wire  frame nnd enclose a card with Granby & Co.'s compliments to O'llara. The drab one is not likely to  come again," he chuckled.  "Then the other probably will," I warned. "Watch  out for her."  With the gbl In the lynx hat still on my list I didn't  quite feel that my account with O'llara had been  propel ly hqu.ircd. i:ach day I looked for her before  loa\ Ing Or.tnby's for my round of the other shops.'  And  finally I was  rewarded.    She  hurried  in  one  morning as I was going out���Irom tip to toe precisely  as I had noted hor In my report.    1 faced about and  followed, trailing her until .she stopped at a display, of.  -silk underskirts.   Then I .made a rush for "Ijig" Col-',  :. vert.     ��� ��� :.'"',-',''  "She's hero���the O'llara girl," I announced 'without  ceremony. "Oo get her. and let me lie in at the death."  Mr. 'Colvert sprang up.  opened the.door,of an adjoining room and told 1110 to wait.   "They've.probably  got her already," he answered a.s he went out.  I followed the movement of bis hand and sat down,  alert for any sound In the office 1 had just IcTt. Of  coarse thero were iniuiineniblo ways of running In '  earth a shopper once Identified a.s such. She niTght  have been trailed from counter to counter, the inline  bf her firm spoken in stage whispers. She .plight meet  everywhere curt' inattention. Hut Granbv, I knew  employed no such obvious methods.        '  Presently Mir. Colvert's big tread announced him. the  ollice door opened, and a Hurry unmistakably'feminine  Hew in with every evidence of cyclnillc rage! Another  man, whom I could not see. followed.  "I .11.111.-more than sorry." Mr. Culvert was saying.  'with ii suavity that perched uncomfortably 011 his  great shoulders, "that you have been subjected tomiv  unpleasantness." -.-.'."  j'-nnple.-isaiitnes.s!" the voice under the lynx bat  burst forth. "If yon only call that in pleasantness! 1  asked her the price of a sklrruiid when I said I'd take  it she stared me in the face and laughed���yes, laughed  '���and then turned to another girl and asked if I looked  like a pink silk petticoat.'' Insult. I c.i'll It!" There  was no longer hesitation as 10 tlie coirect noun aud  verb���they tumbled precipitately after one another-  I stilled a laugh,  though   I   was astonished  to find ,  the girl such easy quarry.  , She had heeu caught ou  tho first bait se't up to trap her.  Her Very Good Guess.  "She   probably  guessed   that   you   weie   a   professional shopper.".Mr. Cohort put In quietly.  Instead of p!:i\ Ing at Ignorance, the girl darted up.  "I a shopper!    Well. 1 like that!" ...  ,     "So do I," came back "l!ig" Colvcrt promptly.  "But I'm nothing of the sort."  "Then how do you know what a shopper is?'.' was  the immediate question.        .      ,  "I guess 1 haven't worked In a dry goods store for  six years without knowing more than I want to about  them."  "And how docs It happen that a girl who works  behind the counter can tislt another .stor�� at leu  o'clock in  the morning?"  "Oil, but I'm not working now," sho corrected,  hastily.  "Quite so���not behind the counter. Now you're  buying twelve dollar silk skirts for your firm."  She flamed scarlet under the cross-questioning,  "^'othlng of the sort.    I wanted that for inj self."  "I'aidon me if I suggest"���Mr. Colvert's m>Ico was  not without klndncvs���"(Int Jf* an unlikely extravagance for a young woman"   The girl w.is wrnhm-lri her chair. "It's no cmimvi-  gauce." she interrupted, "if she's going to marry a rich  man who's paying for it." . '  Tills time I could scarcely eholie back the laum..  Manlage and a consequent lious-e.iu h.id onco l.ee'.i  my own defence under similar circumstances. M;.,-.  r!.ig(' and a trouwnu, In fa^t. seem to be a woman s  iir.st solution ot every difficulty. '  "Come, Cohort." 11k- other man here put in. nnd I  recognized the \vfee n- llj.U of Kohcrr Crlmmli.s. on-  of the atla.-bes of O:\i_jiby & Co., who always man-  aged kj be on li.iud'wiien trouble'vas afoot. "Wh u-s  the 1A0 of wasting time and talk? Let the yn(in_-  woman buy ber -I'k skins In future at O'IIji-j'-.  v. here they know Ber."    . -  "The .uiung, woman," who had borne with no III  grace "I'.ig" ' Colvert's process of Inquiry.' now  wheeled about lui-ilms will. Indignation. "I done  like .vour lmpi)di-1i"e!" She loaned far forward/ un-  nilstjkiiijle menace in iier eye. "There .ire reason*  ��� why 1 ,can'i���-.ho]> at O'llara's Just now.' It's none of  jour mi-ines--., but .lou'll find out. before long why I'm.  buying silk skirts and who's paying for them.' Then  'youMl take notice and have something to say to' your-  Vehes about losing 'my t,rade." She made tho'an-  uouncement with a hue show, of pride, very much as  she had told the other'girl, tho day I followed them,  how she'd "brought Tom to the (��� litre." 1 I sat back,  enjoying tho scene hugely. Tha girl waS put ting u;>  a good play. She had awakened to the possibility, oi:  cowing a seed of doubt so that at least they should  not bo sure of her. . ,  But I was amazed at Mr. Colvert's reply.    "If we'v,��  lv nude a iitl.s[jke"i Jie began at once.,,'     .     , a  1 "I should say you h.ue.t" siie lost no time in assuring  , him.    "you'll find it out soon enough.    Vou think I'm  a shopper, do you?    Well, shopper or no shopper, you  '   needn't worry about mv coming heie any more... Now,  have you fini-hod  with me?"   cfehe  was on  her feet, ���  facing them both.     ;'    , . . ' "   -   -  1        ' 1  cotil^l see only Mr. 'Colvcrt.    A  puzzled  question     ,  .heslta'ted behind  his  glasses,  a  half apology'on  his  '-' 'He came to me the Instant tho door had closed with  a slun.) --lap behind her. , "Do you think it at all possible   that   wo   have   made' a   mistake?"   ho   asked,  'Xiu^louily.     '    , 1 ...  1  1.  ,. ' - ^    1  '',._' Men Are Gullible.  --' (r , '  -1  I       "Ob. you men!" I retorted. '"The cleverest of you1'  nro the most gullible when, thc game is n woman's.    [  I    .,   saw tlie girl at the store something like s,ix weeks ago.'  Is it plausible that she's since niacia arrangements to -  '      marry money?"     . ' ' '   .  '  '  . "Ilut If in our zeal to lie quits with tho OTIoras for  '   the trick they .played you"  lie insisted.1-  ,       I disdained to answer.' There wasn't1*anv doubt in  my  mind.'    It   was  too aUsurd,   his'hesitancy   in'the1-'  face of such absolute evidence!    And a bit dis-ippohit-  r   lug���1 had hoped he would enjoy'my victory with inc.  ^  ;"'01i. by,the way."  he said caielessly as I dropped  - Into his ollice one morui.ng some time later, "seen anything of the O'rl.ir.i girl slnrc tho aflair here?"  1   "Last week."  I   replied  with .1 (ouch  of  malicious  satisfaction, "at Coiislanllne's.  pricing a Trench mat-  inep'.    l'eih.ips you still think"  ,  "Well."   he   reached   onf   slowly   fo   a   side   tabic.  took up a newspaper, unfolded, refolded and placed It  ���  Willi ft ��� tin ite concern directly 111 fiont of me,  "heiu'a  the reason.    I thought .\ou might he interested."  \   1 followed his movements w ot.deringly, then glanced  down at the open sheet. ' u  Tho headline- flared bright yellow:���"Papa OTIara ,  stops elopement!    And young Tommy faces breach of  promise suit.    Son'ot  Im: dry g-iods mcich.u.t picked  prettv salesgirl with an eye to romance,    l'apa steps  In with an cj c to bu-uioss:"  Parallel 1:111 a  picture of the girl  In  the lynx  hat.  "posed  especially"  for-the paper.    Uolow  was  told a  tearful tale of how Tommy O'llara. late of Vale, but1  now of the finn of O'lTara & Sons, had undertaken���  without   unduly   daunting   the   fact���to   fill   the   deficiencies in the young l.id; 's education and wardrobe  so that she might be fitted  to  take hor place as  his  wife;   how  papa   bad  discovered   the da mage  ro   hu  treasury, and how tho girl, in consequence, was about    ,  to sue for the damage to her artectioiis.,  When I had finished reading I looked up. Ilh  tongue in his cheek. Mr. Cohett was watching m,.  decorously.  ���Tim." I returnked as I handed hack the paper,  "this is s.-tisf.u fory pioof that I'm ha\ ing my u>-  l en-.e on all concei.ied     I thank you."  NEW   NUTS  NOW thai  meat an-  IN    THE    AMERICAN    MARKETS.  OW that food supplies of till .sorts and e-pei Lilly  id eggs have reached such pikes .1 giv.it  many persons aie looking about tor substnines  among tho members of the vegetable kingdom. When  a ni,vice dc\otes himself to.the ^ egotarun nilt one  of the lirst staples to be cuii-ddcnd is nut final, for  Ihis furnishes highly condensed uom Ishineur which  combines well with the huge bulk of othti wgot.ib.e  loods.  -Many now varieties of nuts have been Introduced  .to the A me 1 ic, 111 . markets from all .pa its of the wond  in recent years and ,'Ju this field of 'provisions alone  may now be found a pleasing .illyorsi'ty of flavor aiid-  qualit.V. l.'itio nuts, which grow in the coups'of some'  plh'e   t^ees^.both  native  and  foreign,  .are  liow  ,���  ...  are  liow.tbbe  had in 'sofi.i-;> U>f our markets. Thoy have, always been  popular with the American. Indians, and in India and  in various parts'-of liurope, ���ospeciiiiily in Italy, pine  nuts are widely enjoyed. In India there is a variety  of pine nuts which are pounded into a��� paste and mixed  with, honey. l|n this country where the pine nuts are  to be had at all they are'usually the small linon nuts,  which are. shelled nnd sold by the pound. These are  used for dessert in the usual fashion.  One  of  the  nuts   which  seem   to  lie  growing .very  popular'is tbe paradise nut of South America-,  wliu-h-  is much like a  I'.razii  nut In'flavor,    it is not as yet',  to lie. had everywhere or whenever it is 'wain.si.   Tin;  South -American cronin mit is also a delicacy, although  a  rare one,  of the  American   market's."-   The tropical-  cashew   nut   is  a   liith; 'belter. known   in   the   Kiiited  Slates-   .-Hid   is  by   many   persons   considered   to  be   the  most doiieinusly flavored .nut  in existence.    The nut  is  the  most,  peculiar   member  . f  Ihe  nut   family  jn  i|Kit  it is polsunous wlien,. a ten raw and entirely'harmless  win 11 1. 1-tul 1 lie nut is used m nuking j verv delicious ,1 ,,ii(l\, but I- not well -now n eithei ill this tun..  01  111 lis ii.iiuiiil stale  in Cililorui.i the pisic.che nut, which formeily came  to ii- ,,|,|_v   fietu  the O.iein.  is  now   being grown,   s.,  th.it weaie becoming i.uich mole l.imili.ii   wu'i it lh.11.  we loinicrly  lu-u.    -Man.1,   p.-is,i:is s.,||  |,���, u   ,,,  |,,,vv  i\ci,  only   iu  l;s  uses .is a  il.mu   ig   when  it appeals  111  no 1 le.im. 1 ,i! cs ,11 d i.ind..      1 or tins- ptnpus,.   im.  nuts   ur,.   lil.iu. hid   ,111.1   sold   free   Horn   1 heir   husks  (11 lout..Is.   howewi.   li.n e   a   n-i si   de.e. tabl"   11:11    ���i  di.ung and  s.ltuig  the nuts nnd  ���s-iinig  ih-i.i ,.s  we  .do   s.iltid   .il.iio.uds.    They  .may    be   loiinil   in   all   th...  ..Turkish  anil  Syrian  shops  prepared   iii 'this  fashion.,'  and it  would be a  very simple matter so to prepare  them lit .-home. ,' ���   ��� .  in California also t!ie-Ki|igs!an'd chestnut is n.,w be--'.  - Ing grown.,   It is not a real chestnut at ail. but -much  more.like a' tilberi.    From the 'Chinese dealers In California.,New Viirk niul many-other parts .of'the .United   -  Stales, have   come   many -other   mils   which, are  t-oii- .  stonily gaining in popularity with Americans'.���  '..The best known .of those is the Belli nut. which'is  really   a   dried   fruit  surrouluivd. -by   a   nuilike   she!..  'The ginkgo nut. which  is i.hr'iie' by ���tlie'"-'maiileiiliair'-'"  ��� tree,' fi-rows  quite   abundantly   In   some   pans of   the  United-.States, but  Americans do not as yet'seem  :..  eaiv   niui'i'i   iil.mil   it.     The  Chinese  reside..ts   t.f   ih'.';  count.-.,   like  il.  very   much,  anil   it   is   to  ,-:   fount!   in  'almost :ill Ulihiose.shops.    Tl/o ginkgo nuis'-'ire aiw'avs  cooked before eating. I he usiial  melhoi'l l.n;iug to r,ia.-:  tliem.    'J-|ie  waler cliesimit  is a;u.| her it nj ><>it.u iwii  ..:  Chinese residents.     It is an atpiatic plain   whose .-,.���,���..."  is  1 He "11111.-    Th..'kernel  is i,-.s,,|  for 'l'.i..d.     Th'eie  n   ���  a:u;i!icr   waler   chestnut ��� which   is    imporn-il    n.   ih.-i  coui.ti-y  by  the Chinese.     Ills  the   Ion.,  ot   ih.-  pi..,,:  which in litis instance is the "chi-smut."    It  i> h,-..\V .  i;i  e,,|.,|. ,-M;i|  si.iiiov.-li.-il   liice   1  chesiinn  in sp.......     .^,i  oi;y.   pa.'.-ii.-.ble  ...it.   s ewh.lt   liite -a   'pecan.-   ���..'hii-li     <     "  the  pi;  ..;'  the  t'hiuese oli.e,  is tiisj  o'n  sal:   it.   -jig..y  of the Chinese shops.  ;<  \S  .iiii:  ill  ; Iii*  a ���>>. <  t��-~  SS-Ai,. 11 '  4*  S^vle'i  '.VAklS!  vv ���  i&mA ���  ii  3*  !���  oft  .Villi  fill  ftj.  .A*'  ti  THE LEADKK. MOVfK, JJJUTISTI OOLTMBIA'.  CHEAP LAND NEARJinternatioml  VANCOUVER  .This hotel is now under new  management, and iwiirsfc class  i 51 every respect  TAYLOR &   BONNER,  'fflcfiiir'Stodents Here  ��� Twenty-.cne students of the mining department of McGill university donned ovorallb here y&>-  tardny at the.concentrator of the  Sc. Kugene mine, where they will  'remain for four' or five days devo-  voting their energies to the ac-'  quiring oC a .practical knowledge  of the various modern methods of  ''���ilv'er-lead ore treatment. Before  1 j'nving here they, will- alto spend  'homo time in the mine. They are  accompanied by two, AlcGiU pro-  'lessors and, came weot iu a special  'car. ��� _' '_ ,_  The Royal Seal   cigar    has been  be'fdro tho smoking' public  for a  .'dozen years.   It is made in Nelson  and., can    be   bought   in  nearly  every nlonutain town.   , .    '  At the Churches.  ���rtiETfiomsT  church P  Morning service at 11a. m. Sunday School, 3 p. ui. Evening service, 7:150' p. in. A hearty welcome  extended   to all.'  Jtev. J.'w. IUILLEK, B. A.  (Pastor.)  BUSINESS   LOCALS,  Miners' Union meets  tomorrow  ,    night.       '  Get the habit.     Go  to   Crowe  Pros. '  1 TO LET-Three furnished housekeeping rooms  ''Apply, Internati  "onal hotel.'  FOR. SALE���Household furniture for sale cheap. Consisting of  bedsteads, .dressers, extension ta-  "ble, etc.     Apply to Mrs. Jamos L  Gibbons.  1.  LOT.   FOR   .SALE���$1.10    buy,'  this lot.l Lot  5,   blbck   10,  north  Tavistock street.^ Deep, rich garden soil.���Apply to li. K. Wallace.  l^or'naw, fruits > and vegetables  try Crowe Uros.  Crow? Uioj. sell Huntley &, Palmer's, biscuif-.  FOR SALE ��� Bedsteads and  springs. Six bedsteads and foul  springs.���Apply to Taylor &, Bonner, [uLernatial Hotel.  Miss L. M. .Scott, trained nurse  of Rath well Hospital, Winnipeg,  is ready for engagements of any  kind. -Maternity a specialty.  Moyie. Adv.  Singer Sewing .Machines com  very littlu inoro than cheap in a  chine-. JJo the best woik anc  la>-t a lifo Lime, Sold on ~m.il'  monthly payments by G.jo. }',  Powtdl. 1 'ranbrook. Jn M>> j<; 01  JOtli of t>-ic!i month  I'llKSHY IKIUAN     CIIDIICH.  Morning, Service 11 a. m. Sunday school and Bible clas^ ac 2:'i0  p.m. 'E vening Service at 7:IJ0 p.  m.    A hearty welcome' to all.  , 11EV.'G. A.: HACKNEY, J3. A.  ' . "      (Pastor.)  METAL   MARKET,  New York.���Bar silver, 51 ct3.  c  Lead '$'1.50.    ' , L  Lo.viSb.v���Lead �� 12, los.  Stock Quotations.  LL.  j-uiiMsiiKi) p.i- beale i- j;i.\v  Bid  0  Aurora  Oonsoluliitcil Smelters SO 00  Gnu. Gul.ll.ckl>. I.  Vortl. .--in- 10  Sooietj (..Ir'  Asked  21  bo 00  5  11  23  "     - <?UEEN   ALEXANDRA     ��  The Sweetness and  Charity of England's Queen  Qtioen Alexandra, whom Dean Stanley tdrrned "the angol hi the palace,"  lias for ovfcr "forty years endeared horeel�� to the hearts .of the British people  since l$03,w!ien a girl of nineteen lis her quaint,, HtUe. old-fapliion,ed poplin  frock and shawl, she landed at Gravesond as the bride of iho.Prlnce of Wales.  H6r early life waa passed In extreme plaltiness ,and simplicity,, because  of the staalhiess of tlie laiully Income.r When Bhc was horn, her .father, thenl  Prince Christian, had no hope of ever being Kin? of Denmark, for his relation to the reigniuR kins was so distant. .Ho had nctl.iing but Ill's military  pay,and his wife's modest dowry, JTWlJie in their homo, the'Yellow Palaqe  at Copenhagen, waa pretentious only ln name. The daughters, Alexandra  and'Dagina^ tvho became Empress1 of Russia,- wore garments of cheap material cut iri the'plainest style.      '" * ' A ���    .    '  ; When Alexandra was seventeen, the Prince of Wales, while speaking" to  ono of.his friends, jestingly asked to sec the portrait of his sweetheart".; In-  adveitently {h6 wrong picture,was handed to ,the Prince, and instead of the  face of his friend's fianciSe, lie saw the likeness of "the most beautiful woman  in Europe." The future kins of England promptly foil in love with lae pur3  trait ivnleh led lo his marriage two years1 later.  ' ' The simplicity of her early years has ever ajung to the Queen; though  in th'e court she has not been of it; and for society she .has cared little. Her  home circle has been her throne, where she has reigned with sweotness'and  love. Her kindness, gentleness, tart ajid generosity have been always at thfa  call1 of need, and since she went to Eapland ha�� been instrumental in'raising  or, causing to bo raised over ?25O.Of'0,OO0 for charity.   <  ' rn one of King Christian's weekly leHers to her, he wrote that an elderly  lady-in-waiting vto the late Queen of .Denmark was dying, and that her one  ���nish.was to speak again to her dear/'Princess Alex." At'that time It was  impobsi'ile for Alexandra to, leave England, but a long tender, message* of  love and hope spo'.-:en by her into'a phonograph, was sent by special courier  to Copenhagen. Its arrival a short time before the aged lady's .death' made  her last'hours seronelyhappy. ."        ' �� ��� i  At Sandringham she led tho life of a country lady, finding her'pleasure  in her children,'the house, the grounds, her pets, and'in^ministerlng acts of  mercy. Serene, gracious .and beautiful; her Ufe^has been' quiet, though with  a thread of sorrow running through days of seemingly golden happiness.  ' r -, r  fiutcrtttl accorliac to Act of tho Parliament of Cin.\da., lu they cur IWI, by W, C- Mwfc^ at the Detriment of Agxicolturft. ,  FOR vSALE���5 and 10-acrc  lots within 20 miles of Vancouver,; near the waterfront.  Splendid for fruit aud o-arden  produce. Local demand for  everything- grown. ^ Terms  $50 cash aiid $10 monthly.  | Soil 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 so ntpidl\' on such ettsy  terms.    Address:  JAMpS BROOKS,  Merchants' Bank Building, '  ,     VANCOUVER, B. C.  Vivtoria Street,  l'KOPIUETOHS.  v  0  MOYJF.  Dr. H. E.   HALi  (  PENTIST  -.A  H.  The Expert Crown and  Worker.  Office'over Wr/'si,,,,!',  Stoio  UQUQB, LICENCE NOTICE  Take notice that we intend to  apjiiy to the Snjjerintoudent oi'  I'i'oviiicuil PoliiiK, after thirty  dmysfrom the first appcarnnro of  tliiis notice, for a renewal of our  licence to utell intoxicating liquors,  under the provisions of tho statute in that behalf, in tho promises  dexciibed jis the Cosmopoli aa  Hotel, Moyie, 11. O.'   ���> i(  JtAXSO-M l�� & CAMPBELL  Dateil this 15th day' of April,  A. li. 1910. ,      ,  Wall       I'ajiojr  Annstrong Ave., '  Cranbro  ���   .,   '< FOR  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  of all descriptions, such' as house  . " ir  To   WHorri , the  Sympathy   of ,Every  Extended Today  Britisher   is  The IC and TI eigar lias jumped  co prominence, through, the -ex-  llent ihvor of the tobacco out  of which it is made.  John D. Rockefeller would go  broke U lie should spend his entire, income trying to prepare a  better medicine than Chamber-  i tin's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea  llemedj for diarrhoea, dysentery  or bowel complaints. It is simply  impossiiljle, and so says every one  that Ins u.-ed it. Sold by the Moyie Drug aud Stationery company.  Stationer}', Cigars^, Pipes, Tobaccos. Choice Choc*'  ojatbs, and All "Kinds of   Assorted, Candies,  Fresli Fruit in Season and Soft Brinks.'  '    SPECIAL  Full and Complete Stock of Fishing Tackic.      Call  and See Display in Window.   Just  Opened  LUCKY LEAF ICE CREAM PARLOR c  P. 0. Block,  ��� Moyie, 13. C. '  y/  R. A, Smith  U  HQL'OLl LICENCE NOTICE  Tako notice that I intend to  apply to tho Superintendent of  Provincial Police after thirty  dny-i from the fiist publication oi  till;- notice for a renewal of my  licence lo tell intoxicating liquori-  by retail in the premises known  is the Centin! Hotel in Moyie.  VICTOR   iJESAirLNTliK  Dated tin's J.")tli day of April,  \   I)   1010  0 HAIR DRESSER  A Splendid Hair Tonic That   Makes  Beautiful Hair  LIQUOR, LICENCE   NOTICE  Jrings Chan  is wiien ihe utility of rhc mail order system"wa��-  doubted. Today it is the greJt and still growing, incdium of  trade.. ������.-.- -      . ,  LIQUOR, LICENCE NOTICE  Every hair dresser should know  about Parisian Sage, the finick-ac-  > <; hair dressing, that docs jti'-D  what this pap ar tells you it will  d >.  Parisian Sage i�� a delightful and  different hair dreeing, a fact that  will be rect yni/.ed the moment it  is applied to the fccalp. There is  not a particle of stickines-3 in it; it  ib not greasy, it has a delicate and  refined odor, and is a truly invig-  oratiug tonic that will m iko h-tir  grow, if the hair root still fahows  the least sign of life.  Try a bottle of Parisian Sige.  ft will brighten up the hair iu  bwo dayc.  Parisian S ige is guaranteed by  the Moyio Drug & Stationery Co.,  to cure dandruff, stop falling hair  and scalp itch in two. weeks or  money back. It is particularly in  demand by women of refinement,  who desire soft, luxuriant, that  compels admiration. Price 50o. a  large 'bottle by thu Moyie Drug ifc'  Sc n.-ione'ry (jom.jirtiiy ur direct', a,  chat:ges pi-ep.ih', from the '(."atIndian makers, tlie (.iirouy. Al-uiti-  t'.i.-t urii'ir (y.��..  l''..-r   E-''-  Take notice that I intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  ' Provincial Police after thirty  days from the first publication of  this notice for a lencwal of my  licence to sell intoxicating liquor-  by; retail iu the premises known  as' the International hotel in  Moyie. FRANCES L TAVJAJR,  Dated this IjlIi day of April  A. D., 1910.  LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE '  Take notice that wo intend to  apply to Superintendent of Provincial Police, after1 thirty days  from the first appearance 'of this  notice, for a renewal of our liquor licence, under the provisions of  the statutes in that helialf, in the  premises-described as,,'the * East  Kootenay Hotel, Moyie, B C  ;.MeTAVTSH 'ifc. CAMERON '  Dated this' 15th  day  of April  A. D. 1910. ��� '  fittings,  lamps,  shadek or motor  boat supplies,, sjiark  plug?,  coils,'  J. H. RIJSTGROSE  Stanley St'. , ,  / Nelson, B. C.  n    Motor   Boat Supplies1  '  ���and  Gasoline Engines.  '  V\re have the largest and   best as Xi ,  _t.   t���.  sorted stock in .the interior of llZ batteries, go" to or write.  C.     Anything   used  on a  motor ��  boat ,wo' have got it. < Wo are  agents for The Caille Perfection  Motor Co., aud we  keep  in - stock.  a number of motprs at, all   times,  so    beforo  purchasing   elsewhere  call and inspect'thom.     They- aro  high in quality but low in  price.  ;,  .       Write for catnlogno <   ���  and price-list.  \    .,  ' E. D.'MESSENGER   Co.  P. O.'Rox 172. O.Stanley st  NELSON,  B. C  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE'  bm/TA VRACV1QS%AST) CIJNTQX  Shamrock Creaaery Buiter  ', ' Shamrock Leaf Lard  Shamrock Hams  ' ,      and  Imperator Bacon'   ,  .P'or'salc by 'all  lim cia  grocers and       .    '  C0*��  3, C.  URNS  1 EJ  GO TO  Mclntyre'SEricbi  ' rcR  Jewelry Engraving and  Repairiiig.,  I Agents    for  Waterproof  , tlie. Famous R&.\  'eather   l)re��-ijir,  I'RACriOX aiiNKRAI, claims', -un- 'which keeps out snow wnttr wi  ., keeps feet' dry.  Small' sample boy ICcft���  Sheet Music and Jliificiil supiiife.  Armstrong1 Avenue  ate in t!i,e I'ort   Steelo aiming  Division  of East Kdotenay District. ��  Where locatc-d: On the' Lviit   suit:   of  Lower Mo;, ic Lake.     '    ,     '  .TAICEXOTJCB thsf I, Selwyn G.  Blaylock, F. M! C. N'o. 1121,036, "acting  as agent lor Hie Consolidated Mining "&  tStncliing Co., of Canada, Ltd., Tree  Miner's Certific.uc No. B2'1,042, intend,'  sixty davs from the dole hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for Certificates  of Improvement for the purpose, of obtaining CroA-u Gnrnts of. the alxive,  claims. t  And further 'take notice that'action,  under Section 37, ��� must l.e commenced  before-the-.Usual) re of^stich Ccrtificale-i  of Improvement. Y ,l  Dated this l?tli dav of   April,   A. D.  191^.       -l ' '  ' (Nexbdoor to I'rosperwr office.)  Cranbrook,   "��� ';   --B. C.  :_t#a  ��� MISS HELENA HARRISON  Certificate��l Graduate of Toronto Cut*-  vaton of.Masif  P. 0: Box 127  ���   Crantrook,B.L!  Will be in I\loyie every Tlm^Ji:  &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&1  "���K?..  f* *2��  NCiTICJK  Tike notice that F intend to  apply to the Supeiintenduut of  Provincial Police, after thirty  day.i from the first nppearanco of  thi-i notice, for a tenewtil of my  licence to t-ell intoxicating licpioi-,  under the ptovi��ions of tho '.Lat-  utufc in that behalf, in the prem-  i-es described as the Vahk Hotel,  Yahk, 13. C.  JfiUN K. firilliOX  i^ated this  15th   day   of  April,  A. D.1010.  I have been instructed by the owners of the Movie Town  site to sell lots at thc same prices as they were last year.   -  s for $65'. and up.  ,    Lot and three-room house on Tavistock street, $650.  House and lot on south Tavistock street, $-175.      'THIS  TS A BARGAIN.  Two lots and two-room house, near depot, $600.  A one-third interest in   a   beautifully  situated   tract  oi  land ou west side pf Movie lake, 51,500.  ; -��  Take notice.that J intend.to apply to the .Superintendent of Pt.-n-  vincial Police, after thirty (lava  from the, firs-t appear/ince of this-  notice, for a renewal, of my licence to sell intoxicating liquors,  tinder tlie provisions of the statutes in that behalf, in the premises described as the .Moyio Hotel,  I Moyie, 15. 0.  I  ', PHILIP F. .IOKXSTON  Dated thi.-i   15th day   of   Api/i  A.I i. J910.  z\ ��� ^��.- '^. >^ -^* >^r ^^^��^��^b��: ^r^^r  ,Sl?,,���^r'ia**�����B>s?T'>!%��.��� ^ ^ -  ^^�� ^Ufc^* ^^, ^*fc," ^<*k


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