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The Moyie Leader May 27, 1910

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 >J  jj  ALL  Do your eyes bother you?  Consult W. H. Wilson,  of    Cranbrook   arid get  satisfaction.  ��-4-4j��&y ~A ~Wa^^  4=  Save iuo:jey by purchns-  TIMEPiEti. noii.  Wilson, the Jeweler.  VOL. IS NO,8.  MOYIE,  B. C, FRIDAY, MAY 27, {910.  1010  inbrook i  iA  Km *>:  c.  :<J  .-������*��  -l��  -IS  ...  ,"���:  "���3  "5  I  J  p.?  H  ���  ���  ��  ��  6  *  *  K"-SHOES!  , Our spring order of "K" .boots shipped from G  Kendall, England ou the s. s. Corsican'bn February' J  9th. will be here in a few days." ' ��� '       2  ���        m  Nothing Just as Good as the"K" Boot |  Campbell's for Quality       S  |        GENERAL FLOAT        |  m      ���==- < <��  3t5e6���ee���e���ee���e���eefe���e���3*3.^(>  The Canadian Mining Institute  is in session at Grand Forks.  #2  A   VMh  Played (food Ball  i|      , LOCAL ASSAYS gj  '^���^���^.���v^'Cr^f^:^^^^:^^  ���,   Granby   mine  is   now earning  not less than. $5 per share yearly.  Hazelwood Ice Cream  .'You will find yburrfriends at G Wynne's, where 'the  best  ,-cream in town'is tOibe"]liad.'       ' r,  Two tungsten mines near Spri-  ngdale, Waah.t are being developed.  No better game of baseball %vas  ever' played, in Fast Kootenay  than was played at C ranbrook on  May 22th, when'' tbe Moyie and  Cranbrook ,team3 met for the  third time this season.  There was  Gwynne's Hazelwood Parlor  enough vim displayed to satisfy  the most exacting persons, and  every player was in fine fettle.  , Kay Crisler, pitcher, and Dona  Poulin, . catcher, for .Moyie did  their usual clever work. JUcWha  in the seventh inuing made the  only home run m the game, the  score being 1 to 0 fu Moyie's,' fa-  , vor-   Here is 'tbe lineup of tlie  ..       . ���  . ' . ,.       ' '.���.     IMoyie toara:   R*y Crisleri  pitch-  Already the sum of'five  million  er; Dona   Ppulin.'  catcher   E   b  dollars has .been pledged for  the  Kamm, flr.st base;' P.' C.   McWha/  The United, States government  may decide to open a b'ureuu of  mines, ' .  J.W. Spence, formerly of Kings-  gate, is now C. P. II. station agent  at Cranbrook. ' <  Winnipeg exposition in 1914,  r  l  A Few Suggestiotis  foi-,your quick lunch.  ���Boneless Pigs' Feet, per tin, I__l__25c.  " Vienna Sausagc,'per tin,' L ' 35c.  Pork aud Beans, small, ' 2 for 25c.  Pork and Beans, large, per. tin, -_20c. -  Davies' Soups : 2 for 25c.���  Jjobsters'and Shrimps,,per tin, 25c.  ,..     " Get tlie habit. ;   Goto        /  .  ������'���. CROWE BROS, & Ci9.   -;  Five men were killed by the explosion of the  Hamilton Powder  , j Works near Nunaimp on the 19 oh.  ' At Vancouver,on May 23th the  Rev. Neil Mac.Veil was, consecrated as archbishop of British Colurn-  bia. . . .' '  ' D. J. Elmer was in town yesterday. '     \  Thomas Rader is up from' Jaffray.  E. E.' Thornley left yesterday  for Michel. " '  , George   Turner    has    returned  from England.'  Peter Corngan and family have  moved to Cranbrook. ,r  Walter Laing is again in  the  barber business iii Cranbrook:' '    '  W.   L.   Reid   was   transacting  business in OranbrookMonday.  ���Miss Harrison, music teacher  of  Cranbrook was in town yesterday.  J. D. McBride and'- M. A. Beale j  ��� ' .      '    ' ,       ,   %  '    '      ' ��� as  Our Closing Out Sale        $  is still going on and cash is now beginning to be lost  #S  sight of. , . f\\  Special Reductions I  m the following while they'last: Ends of  Linoleum /J\  regularly sold at 65c. .and' 75c.per square yard, to be &.  cleared at 35c. and 45c. per square yard,    'jap ilat- ty  ting, 25c. and���30c. yd.,' 15c. and 20c>vd. " , $  .    j    . ,     ������>       ����� *->��� i'^^uiiuo   iiuu   xix. .-i., jaean  second   base;  Sam Wormingt6.?I   of Crahbrook .were in Moyie Mon  The Canadian market for pig  lead is increasing rapidly, the supply coming almost entirely from  Trail.. . '��� . , " '      '  ^  At the Spokane Interstate Fair  this year it is the purpose to make  tke mineral department the leading feature. -      *  third base; George Morrow,  short j day.  stop;   Elliott   Crowe,   left    field;  Julius., CJntenh'eimer,   right 'field;  J.-Ward, ��� Center.   Jim' uates  0f  Cranbrook umpired the game. ��'  AH who went from Moyie are  very enthusiastic over,the reception, they received. ' After the  game a coach wjas provided fqr  those who wished' to return. However, several remained over for  the dance,'which'was given in the  auditorium, and everybody had a  big time. ,- \        '   :  Had Narrow Escape  rJ  ,   '        ESTAItr.ISHEr)   1897      ' , ' ' *       , ���  l , ll1 ,  Beale *Sb ESl^uvoll  , , ��      .    ,f i  - ���;��� INSURANCE' and"MININQ  and INVESTMENT BROKERS.  11  CRANBROOK, 6B. C.  At the beginning of the month  The Optimist of Prince Rupert,  commenced the publication of  a daily edition.  I,  "      i. n  'South Africa's first, Dominion  Day will be ou May 31st. It will  be celebrated by flag ,��� demonstra-  tionspretty well all over Canada.  Head Office  Paint  Paint  Paint  James M.-Lynch has been re-elected president of the International Typographical Union, and J.  W. Hays was re-elected secretary.  The Gnggenheims are after the  Queen mine in the Sheep .Creek  district. They have an option ou  the property for S500.000 which  holds good uutil July i.  Brighten up.your premises with "STEPHENS READY  MIXED PAINTS," the best to be got for any price. Liu-  seed Oil0 White Lead, Varnish, Stains, Boat Varnish, Putty,  "Turpentine, etc., etc., etc.    Full supply, prices right.  J.W. FITCH  W. A, Carlyle, at one time  viucial mineralogist for this prov  ince and later manager of  tbe  Le  Roi at Rossland, is now a professor of London'university.  K>��_rir. ���rfx.rf- 'tfr-iCr j^t^rfiji^i^ifa.rfijrtl-srH^'fr-sfti-'rCTLsCr .rfr_rfi-rfi_rfzj.-Ji aOi. jfi _r!&  Hi  Ti  5  MOVIE'S    LEADING   HOTEL.  Hotel Kootenay  The best of accommodations  for  the Traveling Public.  Largo ftrid Cormnodious Sample Raot��8. Billiard Rooms.  McTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors.  An early start on the construction of the Kootenay Central  railway is indicated by the decision of the C- P. R. to immediutely  call for tenders for the work.  A brawl resulted in the death  of Louis Riley, a lumber grader  in the sawmill at Dorr, a siding  ou the Great Northern, 25 miles  south of Kernie, Monday night.  By the capsizing of "a  sail boat  in  which they were   out' for   a  pleasure trip on Moyie lake in' the  narrows about One niile  north  of  here, at noon last Sunday, Mr. and  Mrs. A.(K. Hidler and   their  twt>  cnildren were , precipitated   into  the water and narrowly escaped  drowning.   But for the  alertness  of Prank Ransome/' one -of   the  proprietors * of -'the' Cosmopolitan  hotel, who   was  towinjr  a   barge  down stream, Moyie lake  would  have added at least two, and possibly four, victims ,to  its' death  list.    At.the time the vboat capsized - Mr.   Ransome's   launch  was  some two hundred yards away.  He immediately left the  tow' and  went to the rescue.     According  pro-j to Mr. Ransome's statement, Mrs.  Hidler and her little girl were almost   helpless when he   reached  them, while the mother was making a desperate effort to save "her  child.    Mr. Hidler and  the   little  boy   might   have    reached    the  shore in safety without assistance  but it is said that insufficient time  would then havo been left at his  disposal to allow of his  returning  to effect the  rescue   of   his   wife  and daughter, who were  praeic-  ally helpless.    That  Mr. Ransome  will be decorated with the  Royal  Humane society's life-saving medal is probable.  The Moyie tennis' club won the  tournament at Cranbrook on Empire Day. '"''." '      ;���  Mrs. Thomas Elsmorej'was seriously ill for several days, but is  now convacent.   ,   '���'���  Paul Jensen was^ up from ,his  farm in the' lower' Moyie valley  the first of the week.  Fred Chapman, a machinist at  the St. Eugene, has been in Nelson for the past week.   �� ,   "'  ,11. S. Gamble, wife,,and, daughter, Lois, returned yesterday from  their visit to Republic, Mich.  C. D. Sherman, uncle of Mrs.  Herrett, came up from Hillcrest to  spend Empire day here.  , Rev. Robert Hughes, pastor of  the Cranbrook Methodist church, ''  was in-Moyie yesterday."]    '      ,<;'  Mrs, R. Campbell and children  spent Empire Day at Jaffraywith  Mr. and Mrs. A. C.Cook."  Mrs."C. A. Poote and sister,lMiss  Cockburn', spent last Sunday with  friends at Nelson and Proctor.  G. T. McGregor has returned  from the east and will probably,  again locate in   British Columbia.  dressers;  ' cabinets.  argains  washstands,   Morris  chairs   and ' kitchen  ��� (   \      ^       * t *  f.   MacEacHeni & Macdonald  V/ ' '      '    " -    r "     ' '  W      r." ��� ���' . '  Empire Day Observed    Burns Block Fire  Empire Day in Moyie was celebrated informally., The weather  was delightful, and almost every  person in town .went 'for an outing. , Every launch and rowboat  kon the lake was pressed into service. Picnic pit-ties'gathered at  both Aldridge and Green "Bay and  the disciples of Isaac Walton  g,athered;along the shores of Mun-'  roe lake.        '   ���   '  Boys Take "Joy Ridey  Last Saturday nignt some little  boys in Moyie took a "joy ride"  that they will not forget for some  days to come. They were playing  around 'Felix  Desaulnier's   black  ILW. Supple,  manager of tha I ���l?n J0? )anf'climb^ in*�� N Lane, to whom much cr  serial Bank of Canada at Gran- fe? ^  ^?  Tl ^  thH,or tbe SPeed^ ��"������'  Imperial Bank of Canada at Cranbrook and Moyie, was in town for  a few hours last Saturday.  Mr: Buck of Trail will be the  new storekeeper and timekeeper  at the St. Eugene. He is expected here within a few days.  Moyie's junior baseball team  was defeated at Craubrook, Empire Day by a score of 9 to 1 in  favor of the banana belt team  Pire broke out at   D;30  Monday '  morning in the kitchen of the 2nd  storey of the  Burns   block,  occu:  pied by Bert Lane, manager "of "P.  Burns &   Co's   shop,   which   did  damage to  the extent   of  about ���  $150.   The 'conflagration  originated through sparks from  a   china-'  ney; on a lean-to   adjoining   thj  structure igniting the curtains of  .a second ' storey  window,   which  were hanging  out.     The   alarm  was'turned in immediately and 'a  stream was playing on the ' build-'  ing in a few minutes.   Consequently the flames were  extinguished ,  before serious damage had  occurred.    The damage to the building  is covered by insurance, while Mr.  Lane, to whom much credit is due  iu   which  for  repair       They  let  loose  the -tae conflagration was dealt  ���V; J^tj\ Aji-ijs- tyrTtfr.tyztyc <Ji cz*- i,vnji- z^rz^-^s-zy: cjv *j.-<5S-zj5-sjs j&.-��ynp.-cp. ff  For the most fastidious dresser we have the  Nicest Assortment of Mens' Shoes  'iii; tlie.newest .American' ..lasts.;  from $4.50. to $5.. See bur new  Buy oue and lie .well dressed,  ti.'      A,�� ���'���  The Masonic grand lodge meets  at Cranbrook this year, when the  new temple will be opened aud  occupied for the first time. The  convention will meet about the'  23rd of June.  1 J. A. Stewart, inspector for  North British and Mercantile  surance company, was in town on  Monday with M. A. Beale ol Clan-  brook.  brake, and the wagon shot down  the hill at breakneck speed, bumping into a pile of gravel in front  of the Central hotel that had been  thrown out of a water pipe ditch.  With presence of mind the youngsters crouched down iuto the bottom of the wagon, and not even a  head was seen uutil the vehicle  came to a siop. The boys were  shaken  up some and frightened  the considerably but were not injured  Iu-jin the least.  . -   with,  will have to make good his loss.  The fire necessitated the ringing  for the first time of the Qre bell  installed in the new fire hall about  six months ago.  Trunk Road Work  Oxford  shoes iu   all colors  20th  CENTURY, SUITS.  HILL,  j     Imperial Bank of Canada  * Capital Authorised --,-���-$10,000,000.00  Capital Paid Up������-   It is claimed that the Indians'  horses aud cattle are doing a lot  of damage to the property of settlers along the Hits of tho Kootenay river near Creston. The lu-  diaus allow their stock to run at  large and damage the fruit trees  and gardens of the whites.  Makes Fair Offer  Reserve   Pund-  -5,000,000.00  BRANCHES  IN BRITISH C0LUMBIA-  Gra nbrook, arrowhead, Golden. Kamloops,HEchel.   New   Michel j <  Fernie, Nelson, Revelstoke. Tictoria, and Vancouver. (  I Drafts and Money  Orders sold avaible in any ]  * part of the World j  J   I . Savings 'Bank Department. '. j  ��� Interest allowed oil deposits from  date of deposit. ��  %     MOYIE BRANCH. H. W, SUPPLE, Manager. Jj  & " \  James Grant, government road  foreman, soys that if the property  owners in town will gather the  rocks on the streets iu front of  their places and put thein iu piles  he will have them hauled away.  This seems to bo a fair proposition and one that should be taken  advantage of.  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will clear the sour  stomach, sweeten tbe breath and  create a healthy appetite. They  promote the tiow of gastric juice,  thereby ..inducing good digestion.  Sold by the Moyie Drug vt Stationery company. j  Will Play Michel  The   Moyie football   team  will  play tho Michel team  at  Michel  Saturday.       Following    are   the  players and their positions:    Fred  Perkius, goal; Albert Gill and  W.  Ghamberlaiu, full-backs; M.   Marshall, A.   Potter   and  A.  Morris,  Lalf backs;  Wm. Foster,   M. Me-  Nicol, Arthur Ward,  It.  Marshall  and   Fred   Weaver; forwards;  D.  Gardner, spare.    Fred Ege',   secretary, will go along as  manager of  the team.  Master Louie Nordman caught  a 23-inch char in the upper Moyie  lake yesterday. This is probably  the largest fish ever caught near  here.  Looks Good for Elko  T. G. Procter of Nelson spent  most of the week at Elko on business in connection with the town-  site at that place. With the  building of the Kootenay Central  railway it is expected that Elko  will have another boom.  ' Last Tuesday R. Campbell made  the run from Green bay to town  in his launch iu 3J. minutes, which  we understand is record time. The  distance is over six miles.  On next Friday evening, June  3rd, the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid  j will give a social at the church  and will serve icecrecm and cake.  The -social will commence at' S  o'clock.   Admission, 2o cents.  W. J. Feltham and Thos. Kelly  met with hard luck while out  prospecting at the head of the upper' Moyie lake a few days ago.  They left their camp iu the uiorn-  ing and when they got about'a  mile away they saw smoke arising. Believing their camp was  on fire they rushed back but were  too late, as their tent, blankets  and provisions were in ashes.  Rutherford to Resign  ��� It is said in local political circles  that Premier Rutherford of Alberta will resign today as a  result of tbe Great Waterways  scandal and that Chief Justice  Sifton will be called on at once to  form a ministrs'. What members  of the legislature will be associated with him is not known.  Has Built New "Dry"  John Reid, government road inspector for  this  district,  was   in  Moyie yesterday conferring  with  James  Grant, the  local  foreman,  with   regard   to  the  government  trunk road  which   is   under  construction south of town.     Twelve  men are employed on  this road  and they are making   very satisfactory progress.     Mr.  Reid   expects to have the  entire  portion  of the road under his supervision  completed before the fall.  The Busy Stork  P. P. Johnston,  tho  to-  A  daughter   was  born   to  jllev. and Mrs. G, A.   Iiaeknpv  proprietor of the  d "acknej  Moyio  hotel,   is  just   completine        ,  a new. "dry" for use in connection '     A 8pn'^,s born t0 Mr" aud *l���  with his place.     .The  building  is  I4xIS feet, and  is on  the  north  side of the hotel. It is fixed up  with every modern convenience.  The; old "dry" will be remodeled  and:will be fitted up .for living  apartments.      : '   /  Law Firm Takes Partner  May Play Gonzaga  A touch of rheumatism, or a  twinge of neuralgia, whatever the  trouble is, Chamberlain's Liniment  drives away the pain at once and  cures the complaint quickly. First  application gives relief. ( Sold by  tho Moyie Drug it Stationery Co.'  It is expected that the Gonzaga  college ball team will come up  and play Moyie about [June 19,  and may also arrange for a game  with Cranbrook about the same  date. Gonzaga has the best amateur ball team iu Spokane.  , The law firm of Taylor ���& Harvey, Vancouver, will soon move  I to their new offices on the fourth  floor of the Williams block, corner  Granville and Hastings strsets. A  partner will be taken in, and after  July fthe firm name will be Taylor, Harvey .t Baird.  The Royal Seal cigar bas.been  before the smoking public for a  dozen years. It is made iu Nelson  and can bo bought iu nearly  every mouutaiu towu.  William Sahday on Tuesday," May  24th...;  A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.  Ed. Bergland at Deerhurst, Ont.,  on May 19th.  May Change Flyer's Schedule  According   to. the   Spokesman-  Review a change  is   proposed  in  the running time of  the Soo-Spo-  kaue trains after June 15.     Jf the  proposed schedule goes into effect  the No. 7 westbound Soo-Spokaue  train   will   pass   through   Moyio  each day at  a:45  p. rn.   and   will  reach Spokane about 10:30.    No'. S  eastbound will leave   Spokane  at  2:15 p. m. instead of at 10 a. m., as  at present aud will arrive at  Moyie about 1) p. m. each evening.  In  other words the trains   each   way  will be about four hours later than,  at pre3eut.  ���C*.f^fB,,,s  ��� V.,."'-.. . :������>����� .  i  - *-.  1  I'  If: ��l  d"    Jfi'  d\  {.-.!.  mi  J'A*i  pi  h'77  f  $  ; is',  T,'1  'i ;�����  ii pi  .tM  *'/'S  A*}  i  ,lc -j- ^vsi'S jiTTtrmi'.  ���-���TitY**- it^N����*jT-rrT"jvsv<(J-jw^B,j)r<rj:iJit-U3�� ixw^aevnrrajni^t.-x.ixser'a^Bmji^ti  TTTR LKA^Kn.,3H>^"iT-:. TJUITTSfl COLTnriJTA.  -".^TilTOWTJ-  -Jn.TiTSXTr^Tit���irvr.fzz-rT- KrXJ?!3ra-.-:Ti.is-.n-mrziT.-xFxyTi,  '.. g-.-n-rr-.xnu' JU-'irTOnra .T,nr��=xa  K-ats=w=���r\.T^ -tr- -js-nic-i^-  TKr:Tri*--���. .-axarsrtrn..���*r������ ^g^.-���a^-7w.Btf..rjy.yg.iiwCTHJr-  nr,  I.  First, thai of  a   pri-J   rjy  i,  _. ivate citizen; next as   a   ne-.vs-  Publirihediu tlieintcri-st of the people j paper cdiior, and last as   that  oi Mo vio ami Ban Kootenay.        | of a  aiiagislrate.      A]](1   there_  .'bv hancrs a tale.    Nov,-, in the  -^=-. j course   or   human   events     it!  sometimes becomes ��� necessary  F. .1. riMYTH, Peiu.isiir.i;.  ���'*.;  . % -  <U-.i ;'..;ii'- /^v.JlJ_'-  i> ,ti:   oj    m'ii-1 j.utio.n  Oue Tear   . .    *  -    ��.2.00  FRIDAY. MAY 27, 1910.  Editorial Kotes  Well! Well! Well!     What  nbftut Moyie's Dominion   L>-\vjrcd iJOl editorial on some   cry-  cclebration?  ' in.o-shame  in the town, they  Truo to his   usual   custom, jver" ilicir spk-eu by attacking  Uncle Sam is nffitatiu  fur Maoist rale Johnson to in-  jilici a fine or give 30 days in  ;thc lockup to an "old sijb-,  scriber'' aud this valued reader  gets even by hunting r.p Jidi-  tor Johnson, and stopping his  paper. Then again iu the  role of ccliton "he takes his  pen in'kand',' and dashes oil a ^      WORLD'S   DOINGS       #  v omen's Secrets  Tiiere is cwie man in Ac Uni*-ed States who has perhaps heard  more nomea's stcretn Ihi'n eny oilier man or woni.ni in the  eminlry. These ,iecr��ts are not secrets of guilt or slumi.'. but  the is-creta of suiierinj, nnd ihey have been confuleii to Ur.  IT. V. l'ierce in tlje hopp .in J uxpertaticn of nil vice f ml I'-dp.  That lew ol these womei. have been disappointed in their cs.-  pertariuii-, is proved by the faut that nmely-eij'.hj per cent, of  u!i uoracn treated by Dr. I';i.-rce have been absolutely find  altogether cured. Such a record would b-.' remarkrblu if (.'is  case-, treated wero ni��-nbered by hundreds only. J?nt whfn'  thai record applies to thi treatment cf nore than lialf-n- million iionen, in a pr.ictice of o.'er -fO years, it is riiienpn-.eiuil, .  ond entities Dr. Pierce- to the gratitude accorded him by iiomcn, as the frrs,t of  specialists in the treatment of women's disease)!.  Every, sick vioman   may consult   Dr.  Pierce   by letter, absolutely without  charge.    All    replies are mailed,  sealed   in perfectly plain envelopes,  without  any printing-or advertising whatever, upon' them,    Write without fear as with-  '    out,fce. to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R. V. Pieice, Prest.,  Buiralo. NI. Y.. - ��� "  JDK. PIERCE'S   FAVORITE ' ,jPEtESC3SLJl]P"rifi>IV  3JllXci.l3i.osi   XTCToiiiJlx. *^J17-ox��ioxx  JSBtx-o3ta.f;,  ,'  ��� '   , 'jSlolg.  -CtrcsjosLoaa.   XXToHU \  ���?i-.' i.  W&c&��^"'iuu,y i"ieo!<"- ���"���  Meets Tuesday evenings in   the  .Miners'  Union   hall.      .Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  Fi:i:i> 10<;i:. F. J. bviVTii.  Nobl(> Grnnil. Hc:;r'y.  (51. J'iie.��� uv Ijiitlllf Ni). :s7  \<zt\   K. of P.  '"'   i\'A.  ���     -7>A)    Moot* fvr-ry Thurs'lay  ,' -��� 'A' ''���' I'veninj;    in    McGrpf,or  '"���'7'7-7-i 1">11 rtl ^ �����'clock.   "N'is-���  '   "'iv^    itin     ictliei's rnvitcil  K,d>. .S'uxsox, " V: A. lliu.j  Cbauoellor Com.        K    li.  <t.    S, ���  <i v, |       ZuOl. J..V.J--J  vy  I make  peci"Ji3r   oi  iJos,  Prices,'. 4  In France nlcohnlismiido'from ju'tl   Photo' work.'  sawduHt.   A ton ut' mwiiu��t -will [for 50 ceiitrf, or $1.25 a do/.cn.  MISS KtORA DKAGON.  U"^UUJ'   r���,'"r                                -   '      ,   .  .'.         .,.'   ".in-odtu'e about 27 K-'iHons..    ,   '. ,'   ' ' "'  Uncle Sam is agitating  for   a J^^un,  tne   private   citi^n.!1-'     ,  _     . _   |     IUISS ^QRA  "Af*   and    saiic"   rourth  oi ' "lll Jolnison is   no   w-cak li ng, I    Cold win .Smith, uowii'i his S7th j^-,.,.,.-..���_rT=_-_;rL.r.  , '.A'   *'' '    ?' - " either phvsioa 11 v op men tally,   J'ear an'c1 living "��7r ^roDC^ wn'~ o F��� ] wiSAl'l^N IF.R  Jlli3- ���    .,,    >   .   .; ''   one of the,late King Kd ward's t��- -.        r  ixi-  'rt  - '���.  ,.,,*,;  ' .     J  f?-���*.-;  '  r  -��     C>,  fl   *,  ���'Ki  i  -,    j.  -&  a  -,-,.'��  ��� * S.1''  ��� r   %���'.  i 'V",  "7 Si  ')  ~  - ' .--ftl  ^  J Ij-tt'J  I fi   '  -,  i,\  ���',   ffi  '-. feE  ',    '  '-���\M<  III.  .'���-^  <-���?���/��  t.1 ",.'  ���:, t,-  '  ^.f y/'C  ��� rt." ''  UfAh  f$\ lA  If'"I  J'          Fine feathers do not make  fine birds. J f a fellow is a jay  'all thc feathers in the: world  w;ould not disguise tlie fact..  In several instances persons  looked at Halley's comet "and  then dropped dead. - Tlie celestial visitor js   certainly   dis  and will probably purl tlirough  ill right'.' -  .-53S.-5 2>$:$& Si^5.5 5!?�� 5 5 > 55:5 >����3  1���   '    TO'THE' POINT  '',   '|  5*..  .,, ^ _   ^ ^ '        ���     '   ,. (jy  g I'-c  tor's at Oxford 50 years ago.  Doesn't   a  chicken  light come  under'tho head of fowl.plaj?  I'-einfr a. herb maybe gratifying  ������ :     .     ���      '   '   '7-,  ���         v i.~ ur j.'jut it f-sldom'tir-aH-s a1 bipr salarv.  appointing, and'it is not to be I' ���       ,     ���> ,     -,   .   ,�� -a"-V  woi/d'ercd at that some   jDeople     ,A mac may bow tb  the inevifc-  uldnot survive   Ihe   shock-' ^le/buD hc doedn'fc raise his  hat.  .?. W. llobinson,', of tlio Robinson iVj McKonzie Lumber company  of Crapbrook, wan che jir.-it iirinci-  pal of tho Vancouver public  school.      . '       ' . '  ��� ,  ' i)"..vr.iirt in  " Ali'r'ed'"W. Dyer", at one' time, a  .reporter ��� on tho Ni'lson l^uily  New?, is hn^v space wi-irer oii' the  Spokane Weekly Observer,1 and i��  doing good work.        ' \ '   ,  wipj  PRO'MPT xlKLlVF.Iiiz  'Siieens' &--jb.  M,;ht,  "I'-'U-li--  A Great Many Tim  SOJ1IIV    |.(.���j.1t.    llr,_.  '   S.IJ1UC   Jill..   U,-|,���   r_  ski-jI ti) bo W(oin;.  You   Can,,Be   Rjgfc  g/  Using Our Watche*  ' !  'Vou'11 1,,IV(.   lIu.  f.        '  '"i >"��� ����.��� nv,i.i yy ' "  ��"���"�����>������ ����r.u-.Mu.jillKllil;l , ,.  J��u (..irinot n.l-, on.  For Correct Time Use Ov "  ;   batches and Clocks     -  ��������*!  ���SI  JO  ���������(^  "v^'��       ,     mouth.  Msitiuy' brethitn wrlcoiue.  '     II. Chapman, "W. M.  ' ^<T. "\V. JJiirdctr, Pecrotary  MOYIE    ! <J/  "Moyie   Miners"   TJniori' f/  .Nlo.,71  VV..F, of M.      ' ���i ^  Meets in Miners'  Virion   Hall "ev-r "*  ery Saturduy  ovuninf,'.    Hojourn-!  ing members nre cordial^'- invited |  to nt'temJ.     '        ',   ,     '' ' - , !���  Aibort, Gil!, ,   -i     James Roberts j  .   Prei-iilunl. , '"       Seerotarv'  5* S^SS^f ^^^' sa&^A^saS:*'  SlrV'  SI?  ^'  l>   .     w  /  j-- ������-''  ���vi:^-s-:."*S'i'��5::=:!:'^S.i2ii^.-^..v ��.     C1'      -  VV'^-^.^ ��'5?^^i'5jv E .���  THE.QUESTION 13    ifc "3  1   ' wK     in,  wiure   tl.   yM  D*'t   .wjliii-Uunj;   rt ,  i^/i  tli<-si.]tryft-,ve;,U!,'1,(;o!.St-,, '_ ,;ji      }  Our Sanitary BollJii^ Wbft-.*|*^l  .|��ni.soutoii7y{i,emoftwWevii   -JI" j  I��-vciaff.-s   made .ft(    Ult ,?p.--Hi  wu-r and other in;;,c-r}i<I)(s.    '    tfg ^  ,   'livery "/h,f   (,���},,,.  I  Jliai,'s \vliat>.i;lls. , -''.        1.I  ]<z$-  ^f'  !W'-|i  1       '"Wj  '. ;#���  vli'  i  T  0  CO  Movie should have a publi-  ' city bureau and a, fund should'  be raised to advertise'the mmw  - beauty spots in , this  vicinity.  Tins 0could  be  best  done 'by  \s having- some good photographs  taken and a neat and attractive  booklet printed for free distri-.  butioii. ���   The-seen ery around  ��� Grccirbav, on the upper   Mo-  yic lake, aud that for �����. longdistance ui3 the jJ'lovie river- is  rnisurp'assed/anywhere,��ahd it  ��� i.s a ]->itv  that  so   few   people  v        .   -    ��� -  . know about it.  The   boatinq;   accident   on  IMouey is about the-only thing  that can get tight) without taking  a drink.  Make y.our own' footprints instead of following in the other  fellow's.  St.   Jcsepii's'0''Convent:  N'lu.'sox., n. :;.   ,'  ...       ^>-r        . ,      '  'xSOHrrhs'CJ sine! 11,'y P< l.ool   condncl-  od by Isis-ti'i s uf ^^. Joseph, Xeh-on,  D.    C. ���    Co.'ti'iic-riri.il     ;u.'i    latfiirjiitV  t:uur��es a Mior'i.iity.,  'Eswlloncs  atvl  swift propriW chaiactoriizo  c:ich de  Some luori never make any steam | i.ical work tinder the dtrociiou   of  save by throwing   cold   water   on | Dr. AVilbur Chapman..   r.A   ���'  other's fires.    1      ' '1 .  L_  Tliat waler 'furnished by the  city from Ltike Michigan is- purer  than mineral water sold hi bottles  ,   Presidonl Shfl.oghuef.sy, of the  Canadian P.ie'ifie Hail'.vay has been  elected chairiiiau of the  board  of j.,',,, tment."  Parents tfliould  writo  for,  directors of the company, to  tiie- j particular:'.. One month j.is.,iiri.s  tlie  ceed Sir "William Van'llorne, who; public  *     tho   thoroughness   of "tin.  resigned. ������ .    ��� | Sisters' mctlioils" of tfachinK.   Terms  .    ,       "' '   . ��� .        |oomm���iirx' January, ' Ayrril  ilurl   Sep!  John II, Converse, latb head   of ' Pupil-3 are suhni'tieil ilu'ri��tr lengths Baldwin l^ocomotrve v, oiks of j ^u-^r_-u^-~--��-~^~~~---^^��~~~-~---'  Philadelphia, has   created rvfundj  of S200.000 to ttarry on   evangclrs- f  SiTOP AT 11JK  COSMOPOLITAN-  t "'        CHI.MOOKERS       ��� ��� s  \\>' " '- 1   v'  >'/'$$3$3-5->-?>$S:->$3e3:a55.��=>s6C-:$:?r  in large quantities  in   Milwaukee  tsVOI.cbiimn-HuvieM.}  A new song today.    It  i?:  Hai-  ley's AVhere Art Thou?"  '.'"Where is"hiy wandering comet  tonight?"  Dear.Chinookers: A month  ago  Mbyic   lake   on   Sunday   lastji wrote to a mail .order house in  should scvyc as a   warning-   (.0,' Chicago for the works of Ingersol.  . . '"    ���    j They sent mo the inside- of a dol-  those pcopic   who   go   out   m  ,ai. watch_    Wh.lt sLall r do?  sail boats in all kinds of rough j BILL,  weather.      In thc accident 011 j                % ^  Sunday it is-almost a  miracle j         dflilQtlC     I TlblitC  that there wa.s not loss of. I'fe. '    is the information made public'by  Dr. G.,A. Bailing, commissioner- of,  health, '      ���"..      '  V=">  R. .Time / Table  most of thc time. Rut like  all mountain lakes it i.s treacherous , at   times,   aud   during" j was stopped for three minutes and  these   spells   prudent' 'people!'101'/1 wJlPeI  fcll��ied during^that  ...       '*    . , , .     Period.    The time corresponded to  wih   remain   ou   shore.       It's! tho time the   royal   cortege   left  the better wav. I Westniinster hall, London.  Tho spientlid work of Chnraber-  laiu's .Stomach and Liver Tablets  is daily coming to light. Xo such  grand remedy for liver and bowel  troubles was, ever known before.  Tlioiit-audd bless them for curing  ���At 0 a. m., constipation, sick headache, billi-  work on the entire   Canadian   Pa-1 ousne3Si jaundice and indigestion.  \Z,ryyyylVOmi  C��a3fc. t0  COa?? Sold by the Moyie Drug��t Station-  ery company.    ' ���  aMovic    lake  'is   a    beautiful i HAVuitJ"8 fc^K^ Paid by  I tlio Canadian  Paciiic   railway to  .sheet    of    water   andt is    safe j the memory ot King Edward" the  day of' his funeral.  - , Westbound  Xo. 213 Local       " 1:20 p.m.  Xo. 7 SoorSpokane 1:17 j), in.  1 (  Eastbound  No. 2I-J Loutl 2:2S p. m.  Xq. S Soo-Spokone 5 OS p. m.  WHEN IN     ' -   ��� ' .  '.   ,''     ''.CRANBROOK  ' V     '" ���- '    1     , , ,  K. lXr sr.IAr'.L., Manaccr.     u     v'  Good'room--, good  tables and. bar  '  and first classsatnpio.rooms.  Wm., Jewell  Harvey,^ Scart^" &!|," East Kooienay Bottling -Go- *PS  ,   ���:,  Maodpnald.. ;. . .|.Vg:i>.i)>x>o', ' ,'"        ',    ,'     I     \   y^ntiyyi M$  JSiirristers, Solicitors, Noturir.", Eu;      Vf. '        ,,'' Cl'Snb.-Oflk,', 3.   C. ' i^e'^  Cranbrook;  B. C.  'W. E, GURD, ."'���  '   ���       _;��� ,. ���   ���       ,.  .UAIiUJSTinc. HOI.ICIT0K, KTC.'  CRAXBIt'OOK.'  E. C  DR.'F. E. MILES"     -  1 o  Dqntist,.  Cra,nbroolt, n, C.  George R Thompson,  bAP.Kisrkit,    Soi.ioitoh ,  l t ^    ^'t  Xotart I'umAc, itC.    '  CftA.NB.KOOK,' -   BttiTiBii Columbia  S ill !La-M  -w-M.  v ���#  W.'R. BBATTY  1 '  Enibuhuer iind Uiuiei Inker,    <  Phone Oi .   ;    ,CR.-vNi:K()OK  ,weiv.e  all English .maiuiCacture/  The jury at  the   sitting   of' ' Save Venn-Teeth  the supreme   court  at   Fernie j    There is an association  in  Can-  rather objected   to   serving-   in ladRi with headquarters in  Toron-  .,    , ���, ... 7.      ! to, which   is   doing   iu   its   wav  tii at   capacity   at   tlie   paltrv 1   . ��� .. ri -, y  1        -   J about as useful   a   wovk  aa  any  wage of $2 a day wlien it   Avas | philantrophic  institution   in   the  costing them ��3 a dav.     With !Illacl-     Ib  h   the  Canadian  Oral  ,."... " .    , I'l-ophyiactic Association,   comuo-  tlie provincial   govennnent  111' tf,ri ^i- ,.������,���  ���P +I     ,     ,.       ,  1 " sou ot some   of  tiro  leading  den- j  its present   prosperous   condi-'tists iu Canada.    Its  objects  are [  tion it dues not seem fair  that ���'topsivo tho p,,bIic the necessary'  ���   ,  ir        , in, 1 "lformutioii   for   the    enro    and I n.-<-nn liincii,,-  intclhoeut men   should   be so p.e^maion of <ho  teeth,  to do  ������LJLI!!  Express and General Delivery Busi-  'ness': Livery and  Feed Stable. ���  WOOD ��� ��� AND    COAL'Fovt st0b]e R ��-]i0*2"  ; Cranbrook 1.'. u.'IJbxdl.  For   Sale        '���    i __���   1 T. T. McVIUi.-.C'.E.I' I. P.        It.'V.   'I'.Hkcr. C  JMcVITTIE & PARKER  j       PuuviNC:.M. Land' So'i:vi:vi'yi;  .KAIMl-.U-.i ..HIXIXO    is.srrjNCKrsiNO  i Estimates r-'urnislied.  ; OFl'LCES        '  ���  'T& I  <3f  7  A  p  ills a Sq.=��ari  ���H  1  'DHLIVl'RHD AT CRANBROOK STATION  Leave Ordrr.-, at  Givyim'j's Store.  Moyie  Biitish' Co.umbJa  X'ever   hesitate   about;    giving  Chamberlain's Cough   Remedy   to  children.    It contains no opium or  other narcotics and can   bo   given  with  implicit  confidence.     As   a  quick cure for coughs aud colds to | \  which children are susceptible,   it J  is unsurpassed.      Sold by tho -Mo- j  vie Drug ic Stationery   company.  ���1 ��  Notice to  3tler.  THE WAIVE  Ice Cream Parlor  NOW  fiDEK  - liUY   VOL-K  a gars  obae'ebs  Tiiif  anc  Confectioner  Fit Oil  ��� A. B. Stewart  j?;n  1.. a. iroim.-, j-.  Cranbrook  uo-Uperativi  \       1     A u  y  ��@@��@����i������^@<efT��@ffi����@@8����^  ! (5S>  1 \Bf  ���rn !���;-  a*     1  5iKSA(ir->-rr:::   jikos,   r-..i,��.  jioorly compensated   fur   their ''''"tal work for 1 lie poor,  su)d   lu  hibors  The .s:.mc n.av liu -.aid  '"  ^m;(t-  lucent-, or d���u:=1.  , m   . iru  ]iroli.,;iori.    The   a--=oc-ia-  or the employes iu gowr.nncui 'tion 1-a- bct-n in   u;a.-tcnce  about i  iet-.        C.nrri      ^u--.Z^     -<:u\   llvi. yv��at-, doii.-   excellent   v;oii: i  i'  oi  e.iiiee-. f lot el, ste.tdy  compeLcr.'. accimnt aii;  A'.orkin.e; for .^^0, and f  then ' -,.t ?77> a mouii:.  scenic sei.ively  a   ^pur.   eh-.  ''Avhen tlie ^ovcrunicnt  has   ��  much _���;.money ..to   spend' foi  otner purvioses.  .-11.- ri'iiocLitinii   ha-a   prepared   ui  liniv.phlvt   on    tho   (-;U-t>   of   teeth j  '.vJiivjh h t- hi t"i rec'jnnucendcd by ,  pl,;^   i-he ru.iii-'.'.i-oi   filucition   at  Ot- J  '  _ ' t.'i'..-ii.    J'_   can   bo   hnd   for-   tire!  Thos. Summers  Cijjars,   Toiucco.   l-Vuit  and  Cujilci-; ronery.  toys,   iXOTJuxy   i:tc.  South   Victoria   St.  1   .islam.  1  : Notice cf Rlectinc  _               , ��� ��� ���        ^"tic2 is'lii-rc-ln-^ivci'i that the annua!  ������    ,^..                  7"       ' |>;ciH-f..! iikctiny <,f tire   Mmi-i-hoMcrs   ..r  ..    Editor J.   K.  Johns:.)!!  (;f ihe j11"-' Sr";i;'j.''''''������'"'' ^��:'��::.������ 0.>.,':l.t<l.,   m;!1  p.-,.,.,,.,       t,                   ���..'.' ���    j'"0 'h'-;l'liiVjK.rlc-y !::;!!.  Movie, ]>. C.. en  v_icslOri    Keviev.;     lias    mon  '-     ���    troubles than  l/of most iiev.-;-.p  Johnson   sovs  se-p;:;-;iLc- and d  lieraiis   the   lo  p-r' publislicrs.  he   Iki  stmcl i.i'.di-.-idu  e    iiH-Mlay, J.I-.1U.- 7,'   19!';, :iL.l:3'.)  o'ciock  in'- Uiu   , afternoon.,   .for    Hi.  >l. clci'tin.^   liiri-..  .\-ar ami Uu; trans  purposej  'for   the   i-ii-.ni.ijr !  on   of   ''.ui-h   other j  I If you want anythin.q- in thc  iliii" of clothiupf or men's fur-  ! rishiu;rs. try  C. &, FO-OTP  THfi TAFLOR  V\ e ( ai iy in stock- the c^ood.-  |lo   mal'.e    v;i    uji-to-ilatc    suit 1  ��� ' ' ' dll*.  i I i'lflc 1:1   tuv.U,   (>r   \\ e   can   ;.ret   l',lf'��   -'"-'iU'10   room    in   connection ! ��{{$  ivovi    ;'.    f-iX-cial    ereiered    :-.uil', wit!l lu,,i--" '"r foiuraerchd men. Ilo��.i i ����'  i made [o y��.ur measuie.  Ihave re-idy-lo-v.-e.-r Cm:,;  Jololhin^', the   h  i tittiiio cloth.in'-, in Cau./l.!.  _!      I "ndc-j-ue,-'-.',  .���!���:'.-,   < ill,  , ti.i.. b- its.   ������;.������!;::. ���    i\e  1  |t;f . furr.isliii'io-.s at reason.ul.)l'e  [pi'ices.   ,. , ;,  ���  i 'All onr "'Oficls and work guar-  lanlced. , Cleanins-, pressing arici  j repairing done. '.":���.  I Moyie Beer�����^  �� ' ' ���   1    PI  ^ I As- marie by the'prp^cnt'breiver if- nilmittfillv the     I  ��    -^fefcsta^���..1''''1^ !!('fi- in Mast Kootenay.    With the 11 iM ���N!��lli  \d  K&    -^0P^"  ~~ ,,n,I the P.u-D.st Spiin,.  WntiT it is nnrxrelH  f��  '((iriliLy.     Insist <m hnvrug .Moyie -Hccr.  BO'JTLKD AND DRAFT V>EVM  "S  i\ f n \iT  'V  w  RP  ji\  ' i/y  1 1  t .1  \- t y  ���n  L  J:      b  o-\' t   I'.T.ie-   arc! 1  of .r/roi'mnioil'itiiin,  if;'iilrjunrliro   for   Com-  mt'ici.il and JMinri)}: Mr;ii.  !dS  ,i',n.\-: .vvr:  .MOVll'!, IJ. (J  MUELLiE & KESSE,   PROPS.  jcT3*wivtt'Zr3i nuw.Yt.T'B,.?inn;m3r. .5,.. im.a:r.*^-rfgJrja-xx^.^'y^fcn-.?v*u'J'>*ol"*-^lJJ_   ���^r,r-nm>^-y^L  ***!L  ai'd'SIIXD  YOriL    Yv'OliK    TO  k-  s:<i  wiDirQ ��K��iI)S.��OG����M:��S''/!rT7JM'UiS'v4��S����C��eeeOHffi  IV  r.r.e  'i-J  r--"/ -fiv'' ''.1"i 'j1*       <���'-'! 1. i.- :;"-.'*.'��� > ,A  fr!  .���  S. ���     )'  �� y  4  T'~"^      '���" a ���  %-*��� io, .Oi ir,  ii... ���.  l. j 11 e '_'  i-O'.'-K' l.,rfore tin.' aic-t-tini:  '.;'.��� J'. !-.Mt'KIcU,, See.  .M;  A  r.s  tl'l i'.fi-.v.,.K-i.ii..[-j  'l'i:!lll��    t;ir  '..   :,u..; :.j  L    A  iV.J^BaiTC-^'i.KaiSiSraV^^SaiJtiSS^ j  ii /      rif^      o f,       '   !  .KOOTENAY.   .  ��� 'STEAM:';;, v;;:  ,'laundry.  'kklso.v .  All White Labor,  !-v  'ft  t��  \o  i'��  ���i ���*  Merchani"  ��ia^-^ais^Ki3^��Eii^i:r.i:xzix-iiin'.'.':  iiiivo v/o'r,k n-itli tiio    1  STEWART.  A,  8:  ��  lib  ���V  a  'iS  oca: agouti *'  vMOYIE-.HGTE.L.  ���-';��� jdrasi��^ssa9Knai-: ���  ^F,J(3'HNSTON,.Prop'  This 'hotel'" is'  new   ancl  well   furnished-,:J  tallies Tire supplied with tiie best the mavket   ;di<��  'Tlie bar is  .aud-e.ij'-ul'S.  lilloa  witli' tlie   ocst;  lii-n  I-Ie a cl gj u a r t.e r s f Q r  commercial' and mining m-en  M'OYIK,. - Briiish Colui"  Ln.''  e''t!i3>��s&3Si ftrsffiir 8M9 ����eiEtf��fia��2ffifflC,'5<5,ar��ilJOS��C.,AC-'2fi-f'' e  ;T..i>-S��Xf  ice*5 TKK L!-V\T>EK. A0A117 T.irTI^TT COAAATAA.  hi  -WE  UV  o  %.  I .  'e Won His Wife, Learned His  Lessons, and+ * Like the Brave  ; Buck That He Was, He Killed  1 Even as theWolves 1 fiat Were  ^ - 7 His Fate Strangled and Tore Him.  :^Hl  pf  $W  k'^Ml  t }>  "V  -^  .^.-.j..y~ ~-A\>i-xydAA7b%r^y:, '/r'A  *- 7- - >>>7 - vM'-< y^Z yyyyA>A :  ! Z<, y-   ' < tA>47A \'.>&\*-;i& *  '���    t,!"-   v*4   '.V,,v,'"!.- *!  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J",*-!.^ 5    "������>">,   ^ * " it,  __,'-., *''[���,' !"  r .'^ST'''''1  X^'  i/A  y%Asj>  ,��vrV  /��� >���--;  '" -^h  >/,���>.���- 7AA  ' S at  '-J-   -,  Aj=ig bud: sprang high ar.d cams dov-m -Frith his &ci�� forefeet hoofs right cvZlhc rr.pc^ii-S A--P  Sr    _  \hn (ii u oinr-ito'l 'i luni.lr.t] j u'  Carers v irel d hfo .uf rnu.nlnfe a-nl i in 'n.'c to' t1*  ' ��aiVt�� <(!_<,' Kist   ,  v, . wa,- uu UN ti Ml  t  iii��i-t fdr. riiinc r.   i4'i,,aioil  er   UUi s^lrt   wUtti  he  ' *���!�� r'i(> ,iiiitn.il JtMunii'kU ilt> li ja lint .unl^ti.1^ ; i -  hiK trri'T .is lio^i.ilr lu'il l('rf l-nj. >ii nn !t> out into i'v*  lhf>��--,i/>,it ))!lir<>ri T.Jific lie 1|.id Mm. .,    '        p '  ,   *  'JMip luiik'-. ncrk li.iii u.ie <itife 'ind ho t\ns'''iHiorflnix  of tlif^Pi  V. lit n  iis'v.i, 2f(it-j.iiiJ-s [.oui fipt'i^.lio  T  V ( Jl'    .Jul' r-t   V )<"l> ><ill '  L'S a.  ���   r-  r uimi lif-^ otic ro \rl) pio >-rlllVui- rijititiug il ri   'i.e.    lni��t\ 11   1 tU  \\! ,ui ,-.  C'lijirs' li", <i  -wns  In 1(1imi 1)>   '.ii - .i;nf> ,i','d^!ii-  Jh <1j  ir,is \\> n '���rrui!?lijL line, tq .L 111 itl<> r. Vl, hi \i!t ��l> .r    T!,J  !iwu'cr(t'{,)iil   to   stp\)   a'litUr-  to  ouiS  -I'lo   to   401  a  btoaili't  r.ii'jJit   , '   <v       " J        '  Ti itX   wont  a  tl'/  limb? mil ..v 1 nt   <\i|)i.>    lio.id,'  b.aie' \\i<ni thr !'il�� tnnt all r(Jf> Inimci ����j_\, \. t>- ,1 stilt  C'.vpors v is in  Tl)  ..iri ih  a a fi'cit he  l|-rirt ne^ or  i.'r, vis \A ki'O"."  -jtrt^l^  Death  Che  illc u '- . T rhtj .i slit t e\ < u Uifiijie i.u'11: tlio uliiif o  t   (-'.!   Ul 1 -a itiittut, ,'lllJ S.'l )t stij ���ht iluwi  l&oTilL  ���Sill'  'j.'! o'uil.n !' ill ,s mi'  .Iftvl   til,    V llOlo'lLdC -ft  ,!���  .' .'!".ost  11 t'.f s iniiyp^t'int,  'f\i.ivfiiU ii .'    H1.V1 1 tin ont-  J;n;";(*     ��am.��mthoii.M1,sii!!hUt.l1e    (hc f(,^t,  ^^  ^ ^ .^  fnuml tlurq o-.liloUlj   si.u tlwbhiili, for ho jmllml up     hfl d|d 1���)t,Mo��� , nnlJ,n��� lfflv ^n ��� nil,���J'    *     yT .����� J"t<..i <l.u 1m* rmt sU. h an .. h.JiU'tV-.[Wu fli.ua  it n^.u^i   it  nU'H   mil  -wns Juin,i.a *   '    1. ,  ,, v  rllu-i   ���,^ril iho.ilMsi'   fun 1 . f.ili j( f tlfullj   Iminr*   <  iaiov. 11.  Capers Was Bigger and-Stronger Tlian Any" of the Other Fawns  t ' (fopil-lpbt, 390!), bl  ll.p N.'U   iqrt. IlenM Co   .\II I!.i���hls<:tnaf l\��.a )  H13X the Vi'i ond .7mu' .11 rot  liKTunh bcg.ir1:  nil   .i-huilcllo,   shiiuod   Ins* twlii   .u.rt   .ii.iih-(t  at   tjip  lt'on \t h>i* bin k w 1,k ji frktd lunr ,    ,��    s'  t  .Willi  c 'syoit niul. ijvnlnjT off his loi, el-odj, horr\  i^Cr.riir-is, I0.111p1r.it tho docwhlfh sn.'uipod .'uiri* d.'itod  '   n��ulo'taAj.iin'Ciiuois'ijiitil to afiiic liliri, ,md iurniu he  C\odid tha hoiiis     'J'ho biieU \v.is q^iis'iurpd rind tui^od  sT.-iffli  icnht touIic itMflc     This ti*ilo tho .in;,, thor- ,  nn^l'l^ c(��-\\prl. (Ip< IPi'il tiMlce <J     '       " ", '  In,tvo riii'.it Iclp- Crisis hid fti <>rr iLoit hrju   nnd  A\Jillo 1 ho Hound's sin 111 \c'j>  .    Hi;   W.ls   sligl   at   .1^.1^1  tvloc f( 1 two d ivs ill..i slioi^h. .t'rd ho lippui to triov  ��pJiv,of smh  dh^ois.^.Ul  Ous, honr".Pr. \. ts  l,o-'   ^��<������-'i"M��-rr> ?..H ^'J Th.-J .VI U.�� ,-,..,�� .yH I, e h -  fore l.P deeded -tit.W a, w,ro.  nnd   in  ��,', h  a..,l,' "%tl ""'^ - A^ Vu'i.li.J thMi UrtAlo or sl,.rui^  bittlo for- UW�� queen of\hc does 4 toraot all about ^ mo ,(l,;v " T|,p1,''^'t sIM>��-. "^ 111W"1*"'1 >'!lt ''^  ,,������  i,      " , ,     * . -*\-jr<f tho (loci ���, ^luito.t sjiepitw.n, ,-i, d \Mt!r now .������our-  ��-\  'd  /HEX the wi (ind .7iuu' alret  I1K7.111I1 bog.ir'i 1 ulldctnosse,   xihoio   r.1.11  is    nlrno^t    irn!c..,nvn,   .ird ,,{��� ,���1( K ,.������������ ,,,���,, f,,ul t. U| r Oo���n ���ltU lu-, shh|)  to   slow   villi   It-.   iiU.is.iutr   -mumlh   upon     Capo.s i��� uio him !. 11 them nm nnd o\ or .irrrin     The iLiPi'i^Mroofs" i��-lit 0.1 the uf-.'^refs-spi���0     In a ppi-  Cr.pers,   tho  iomis  nd  bui Ic U'  the  Xoilli    two >���������,; hut ks di ItUd ..w.ij 'fiom til' the other dem- fof, llt ���f ,^.,1 ,��� l(ll ra,Ms 4,rfll ,mil sHa,lAH7 UK  '     Woods, lie ,ilie-i|I;. RW' promNo of (ur it sr/o.    in   uic  .\.inl   .is   the  sjirlrij;  suos   moltoil   the'i   siunv ^ u Am to a ^hnpck'Ss in iss '  'if  id  *intlcr>, well iuo\\ri niul silll in the ichoi ot com so;  ���uere of evtnioidln.u.\ sl/e (or so youthful a member  of his rate. , ��� .  Thoj fjrew tttmlfflit out forw .udv Above his en's nnd  then briuicriPd back 'ilmost on ;i line     Iilstond ot the  .spikes ornamented xvith an lusi^nuicnnt siiuk   vlrhli  v.c-112 till his jiNt due, tl.io scift thkk hoin m ts tuuin,'  ' grncefully and boie tluee distinct hrarielios  t'aperi, was blKKi'i nod sironertr tlrrn nn.\ of th��  other fauns> of his jonr and  h'ul  mat" hod stu-iuctn    n>ul somotirtlos uloss whin It v is louler  and   heautj      lils   blue  coat  of   llie   \\inlor     Milk   and   thev   be^in   to   h n o   orlior   lil"livi i\s   i.i i. ... n       ^.       .,   -i ,.,,/-.  ��� .us   Him   ciiu    ui,_.m   iu   .tin   uriii r   ii),.jim us   1,1        j. VVv (i.fi,ipiit m it'i rlio 111 n i\ im htip'od Cnnpi'  ^as gone,  with i^lonc vann li ur. airtl nMts pi ,< -    i0,u,'h of for.uro beMfio tl.o'pitiis il.oy h'ul stampid 'ihe-   h.sr   ono   found   Inn.   f.ulYjr   !r   oi^n   ground  Ihere ��as n htlKht .ed l..i> of shmt h.ui.   ills jon.ijf    thiou^h tho dilltmill ,n. r r,ho uoods lu ^ l.ieli suitor an(1  ,h:bt  tO^nidMiud    1  ruili   iviy    The  l.u.ito  found tliem n..d fonliucd then- waudeiniu's bos.ur  -ho appro it'll  boldh,   A.itd.lur U.6  deer,  and  All   tlirniijili   J-auc   and   ,7rrl.\    Cipeif   and   C.-in.tda, k,;oM liu; thar   like all lus in 1, f.ipiis haa  romuk-  crou  ,uul ilo.nushed      Vt d iv, 11 tlioj  xsont out of Hn> ,,ble lieuurj; and m'u-l ol Si.io\K Hit ici.\  rmlilUuuu  foi est depths to its ed���-i s <i to some lake to food and ej plight  pstnpe the tiles and  niasijuuoos   reninrlriir  u hop the" As   Capers   stood    with    head   down   the    hunter.  -u*i  ciirw   hot    At noon  Inej   \\ptit arr.iiji  tor M.uor, m-rchrd  toM.-ud hirn piomlioil aiid nui'iinj,'     Whon-  nnl  tlieu llmurKh  rhe hut,  -iiiiuiio^ ufiernoons thoj ex(n   t'ipiis   mtondid   lo  lilt  his   head  for.   a   look  loafed   minus: the does and in tlio dec) sh .dps feid- nround lip^sMiuhch hi, tnl     Ite lould not  toll vm  1 s-iifh. attune1 thorp was m the wrSoiVs thonJ��   Cipers  ���,' ,. ,     ��� [A ,,',���,-        ,"' - r      " A a {"  J"."  ,,,,,,     ,    ,      ���  ... , , 1    , , Llu   ln  t I'u!" 't'/ir' liiiiyuls on  the no*   shoia 1< <  h.'d  woiKcilei'50utln\ ud  as men   liop.in  to litjiu  hun  of teuoi 1 uur out'Tho   ,ln<1 H *',s we" "vor th,> Cv'udA hHc w<��w �� K!c!-"ul  ' to bo^o  tilled vi uh  thoughts  of imp  lint he u.uld     Jm^ ^ ,��� ,OI���uil)���    V1  thulk ot nothou else     K.s ni.k- s���.lk.,1   ������, sv.oPed ^     .pwm        .h  h(, fc  arid he felt like ..--l.nr.ir evo.y lire thin��r ho siV     Ho �� ,^ ,Ulh',,s . ���c olj ^^ ,UJ       ,,'  (hiscd voitio m mv buiks just out or  f ii\ .ilmatl   Mid  1      .    "l<*  .  it).uio C,ii'(.i~ tort un of ��s|* uio  'nit  is 1"> s;iod .our ��n  t'i'c>  like   <"i anin.-s  .uost ��� "li'o  i^e  v, is  not  tli.ck.  Tboie \\ is solution      ��  sc,niPtl tuein half to death irp pi on 1111 I'to s'loil  'i.1 ret at tire ed^-e of t I ike and nnitlr sun i,(d a Hoi Ic  ol placid dutks there Tlfi Happed men w mi��s .i:ul  quae kid j fev,  times, and Capers hid taken il as  in  insult.' ,'      ,     <���      '  Seeking His^Love.  .lie vas chorion tho 1ook)iu lor docs and ho fouud  spveiil |,ut with )i,it tal Inrr mno than a inompiu.uv  t.'ii(\ 10 tlier.i Some of tliim weie alliuuid (11 o'd.n  and Iiu'kpi- butk- thi,i Ci'i'-rs, -ir d when t'aosp fi.i'(-.  nR 011  flic  most dWaiot's  .rioon  Uinibs  and  itrasbes    Mln.bul  fits t uiieis had hem Uolnp it fou-M'i   That ' 1"M"1   l'lf'��'s   tU   hls   ''t^ntpteil   hue   miking   tlu.x  ^as  \\li.vistlic 11 tuner  w itehed. and   \\heii xtnil nil  cmie home ln   1 huu>   aid soundh  diubliod hi.11  diirinj; the ptevious. early w'lnrer jilaytlrrle  mUIi  liK        Tlu-h 'hor ns c,i\e thi in lots of ou up.itl.m, for iu the    tie\.-  up and  u.uhjod the huntor diopped down  and        1K> "VUI'~  Lo�� hl" iur  "lst <lf t!ict"   1��<��v^t*\ 01,  and  eldpj-s by a year.    Honors -noro usually ommi In such    fcoul of eaoh. plantod iln.p 11 million jears before lioi   l.u  still until i-apers aailn lowered his head to feed.    imM- h(-' ���'o'ujd !Uo tloo of his hc.u t    Ssli" w is a popi.-  1-;  contests and ne\or had the >ourifior buck been o\e"-    i,as bom, ^ is the  nistmet to polish  those emblems  ivholmed. - "of se\ and stieiuttli  Ills life was now wholly devoted to his antlers and Rubbine the Velvet  Undine   preen   food      Tbe   marsh   grasses   lenovMiift "naoholors  an    mado  of  those  who   keep  the  vel-  tholr -lerdtue could bo found wltli p.ntlenL liuiilinjr. Vt!t>��� v ,s _, sn���)(, 1k)II( (]u. u)UI1��� bucLs lu(1 hoaul  and Oapeis was wllll.ir; to do a lot of It, When he tho,r oU]()^ u>1H,lt Um(t ftn(, ^.^ Tlwy cou,d m)t  had diiftcil ap.u-t tioni the little colony of deqr m Irli uuaeislaU(1 (.x,u.,;, ��� h;lt u ,,��� lnennti U}t tboy kni.w  vhlih he had shared the same snow yard durins the from llliaUua ���m lt ���.1S tholl lUiy to rub thc ^cUck  depths or vviuter, he had found an ajneeable com- off Ule!l ,;oni>) ns ^0011 lls ,)0ssll)k,  iwrrlon 111 a joiiuk buck- of his own aw whose dam ThK W]q not ft pKMS.lIjL filslv> for tllP covering was  Jind vuindered far noithw ml while he uas a fawn rp.l)Iy ^ th|o). tou���h skin ���,,,, m,n e< ,uu, ,)]l)0cl , os.  arid who was a littlo diligent tion. the other (leer. s.cK ,��� ,t to elI)y ,lf(, fU);n t)l0 buck>i. horns t() tll0  His po.it was datkei in the w Intel and he u is later ,li��. ���lotlg b(M1PS w |,ieh ���cu, his ch'ef weapon ot de  In lusiiiK (be blue for  the u-d in the spring    Capers    fv.,K0. L  mid the othei jmuii; buiks iu the jaid uillo.l hun It Juut to SOa,,u ofr this .kin. but C'tpers and  Canada because ho and his mother were nlw.rjs fjiitiili wore too proud to let that be seen. The}  tnllclni; nbout food and lakes and forests tin re and s< rajiod and rubbed their horns on eveiy dead limb  tolllni; how secure the deoi wore from trouble bj man     (,r ,t fai!L.��� troe, on locks and on tiee trunk's \i lierrev or  Tho doe told other stoiles, too   that made the held    nicy thought of It  of deer Ktarulliii; In the snow \ urd under rhe inooiiliiilic rims  b\   parly  In   Aniriist Caiiors   had  his  nrrtler-,  Miher and driw elosi r toiji Ihi r Tho bm ks snorttd P], ,��� ���ml po]Kliod until ho was jnoild and all the  nnd Mumped and tieor. d Into the suiroundnij,' wood- other jouiik buiks ho met wmo jealous. Canada  land, whorevei thej could see out the walls of snow Ui1s ., ,,���)(,t M)I( nn,j t,ocm, ,\ to hino no envy In liN  tli.it enclosed theiil  Food for the Ogres.  'I'hosp wore stories nf tho \\oI\ps  tho 1 H 1!ur 1  loiiK teclh and nd tmifUi' s and iiuil cms   tint  Up tliioui>li the hemloiks, iioinhin���r  ind u iwlimr  cii'i tlKhtenlni, tin u < 11 lo about a dm .hit stood rueon thnif: In the woods w is ^-ood to i it The deoi  fxdint; on file,'oust nU"e AA hi 11 t'ie\ wote dose weie (pilpt t,H), nnd of I en In tire beiullfrtl moonllcht  upon hlni tho doe said, ono would d.nt rU-ht at his uuhts of J ite Aujus. inert In ids of llui'i would  heid and sjihc to tutu hlui into the lori"-t    1 id in a    r, it her   ibout the ok 1 ik��  tofud  uionuiil the ofhe.s would be upon hirn and he would Mi 11 th(\ siu more often as summer waned uid  ho dead and food foi \iu   ivies  ' I-10111 the davs in w hn li 1 won mi lntlo I'd On ss  ���wilh Ihe boautllul wlnti sp,t-, hiiI rue l.wn ' m.v  rnollu 1 and the nihil dois told ine iiothm���' hut to beware of the Millies, mil neur tui.i into the woods if  llio\ altiiik. but i tiii foi the opi 11 and ;ot to u it(i .1.  soon as possible "  "In water j ou ,110 s.fp for lhi'\ 1 tiuiot follow ind  in open rUouiu.1 wilh 1 t ur st 111 1 dei 1 < in omnia  theiii So, loo, ou he, when a dtin cm the if the  snow   be haid, but   llu i\s | ike to w it 1 1   if \oii can,  If it had been possible lor the hunter t" ni.'rc.i up"  lar joninr fluriK  as m.'ij  be imaaiirod  when it  ,s told  on Caper sf until he was \eir 1 lose he could line -hot,.   tluMnr' .tourrr; backs ol the (irstt ii.nlie  l"in, but Capeis had tho imost ��ort of eus- fru- hear     "    '' "      '' "' ' '   ins   am tiling  Hut   sounded   ilk.    dinjiOi    'ind   when  ot Qiieboc's  woods were l.^lit.n^: all o.er iui l'tei'tioa 100111 11  1 Piett.i   slide when C.rpors last c riled     lie  hid  ro  those ears- (.el^Kipbod  "ImiV-pi '" Capers imild 1.9   i ll'ri",!l !lf' ,ho/�� -et ^0I   'vd lu' llul If- tH-mrnie vv is  block aw iv and rrfoiirtr like .urospie��s iiain bt tote vou *lH <1,ir l,",ut ir  lould spell tho won!                      ' 'n,t'   hmK"   ^"^it   ^!th   lowcud    antlo's.    o.u'lf  In thejopeu where the huntei   was' jreUiur? nc.uer I1"*^'"*? aud Iwistms and  seeking to o\initow   his  and   i.pnrer   theie   weie   rjarr\    dry   di id   trees   and .ul\ci mij   01  sun  au'opemiu- to  u-oio   luia     i..i\.i\-,  tiy as be would he could not help pteppnijr on some ^e'u !us i^-Us bv slu or siionirlh  pusl 1,14 Uiun Uul-  waid until  llnv   bei in,"   lCi.nd thev   would urn   ind  ��� he \,oul-l p;ic a il'tuco to ^.tak lus shhti n<fi���'    .' 1 '  C rpr's h'Kil =  1 (��� . 1 lo tut tii 1 u^n so ip lt he ilmost hio' .��� his lo^.  M'.o.^l tmi"s asvh> v. ithdnwv   lliun to ion on <  I'per si,is., vv is ion si'iiu_' at lus t  mil Cijits k-,m"v  th it to ���<  oniv a to,., in t nrrt/iei )in>iiit th it lie.mustr'  4'   rhruiiL'i tin 1 0     Ke k,)"v,  r'nt ho rriu.t l>qlu, that  Hi' lit oil 1 n d n 1 os   11 o  He 1111 ml tr, 1 1, e hK piu-ni 1 - mi! nith ^jilondid  com ite tjo\ ihe oUuis ve 't oiuo '1 ,-{i ,volvo- vvplp  1 '. 11 hid .11 il lose 'i i 1 1 bit is ' ipr 1 , ipi| L,\ tll tin in.  nuUis 1..W. nd I ut Ii ,m n j: ind sua r ( ut \Mth lo-  f i 1 ���!'. ft is ! 0 1 (1 ,0 1.1 v 11 'no rhe noilsr ot ;ln 11  he c nne wilu ' .1 i-li mil down ftom v nionouli ill  ot  thorn  v oht   1  ���- <-!u ^ 1.1 ire it i. o      In   1     mstuit   ,  till'       l.OI     sip'���  11 jr   in   t'l      l    ,lp..   til'   WoKls   si  i^.!-,   sh  p;.i,i_'   it '   ip.is' ih.ui>    ]lx. b .-vth   beilr* ,'  at the p w ill] i .s, k   ,.( liki   f. r-eTi ( I  V._'iln '   d .ui in C   so hoofs ii|t,��d his (ppiuips   but  'tlu  In. ��-ps( ni tn "ii ^ it t j I ts rh 11 it .'t 1 isi   , nd soo.i  h<   I'M  Wi   d  ') the via..      will tlio bod.<s ot  llnop <u'��  the  wihis   i!t iti m-    1  ui {i -Ji    r   11/]   ihpu   b..tji en  v '<i m-r  ori   the   ro   r| v hn_-   10   i'lo   111.n .1   foi    i'n.n-  w.'u/.d      id  1 11  tne uioir foist thev   hid spiTeud In  &u kl'i-r, ot't v, h . h novoi would ho tlmis no.v.       o  \ j m -".-An hi,  j     }  rioni  bi^ ho M,  hev    be j m llu i\  1 ^Ir 11 on to in  1 oniboi   1 h, I iv 0  Is  and   tlu (1m 1  SCCIsATIC PHILOSOPHY.  It   *T!iIit IX l>n 1 uisid 111 l,is ipidiif   (ooko 1 (t\i  k    Hid   t'llls    ll'Jl.s   ut  lus   v   \U' ���  Hi . svn., MKiu-, that >:joil phiu .opher.  1 s '-,1 11' ;;,< >us -1 in so 1 u- ti un 'hiukm^  I.U I 111 v *1 ��� 1 ip-i s i f a'| tin s itiin^ th it \i iU',1  ��� s ui ' 1 . iu ! do uoi 'i c 1 ia 1 till whether  il'it i' ' ih In v\lm 1 Ji ��� othc 1 is utdid t'vit  ilis tw 1 11 w hi 'ii ,hi me is 1 Uli d and tho  -o   VI I       )   ' ll    111        ll a   w    s   11   oh    ni iki-  two   to-  1       l   1  in 1 ii i s 1 u  i,  ��. ni 1   1 h of rj.int w 1 ^  '   d 1 o'   t v o    im'   1* li 1  th 1    n-  iij: pi ii i d one by  '       -"u \   b     1   a        >>     % 1  llu i  1 iu  [  t. 11  hoy .  isii     ot an  Jun*   vv'iit   11s in- li'l.v one  1 11 iu.    ..f ihv Nlmi,  for  ii  1  li  ( 1 1  '*]>mWRmwk-i '/~HrAA   tIu" "sU'i n'M  1 < ij ois ho 'id mme ibmi* v.o''.  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'1 1 i-r pi uio ' ^ri hi r and  'ii     bi .   a 11   1'1's n i.  tlmi^ bc-  >'    lis   -IIV 1    I    II    Hid   s( |1 i>  .,11 n     "  II       11    1      11   hi i _l is~i ,   1 rut  I n  <    nn 1 ot In 1 si  v apio 1,  ul 11  U 1 u 1   i��� na  '  1, * 1    ' '  1 il      He   li ll  th it  is      s     11 1   r    1, ip| ul.i. i^o   bv  iu      1 iu -]     d    1. t   an 1 ke  I  l id  1  I 1.'  il    i  11 Uis   U ne  i si  of 1 woui iu .wound the  1 sip    , -v    I  ! 1 1 11 0  '  \  I!   1  I    II   [    1  I  'ft  I  I    1.  1   I      ll  ���botu.-  v.-bel.i-.-r  m  iri 1  t.m  A  'JM0B  ,ifrt^4^  H&*  �����?%  mi&xm 1   J-  .&���<  rji $J  i''  yz ���  Ah  a-!r* ,r&4-r  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA".  V  Rich Red Blood  You Will Never Have It as Long as  You Have Dyspepsia  |      i  Just as long a.s yon have dya-  pejisia your food will'uot prop-  erlydifjest, aaJ the nutritious elements iu the food will not be extracted or absorbed, nnd impoverished'or watery blood will follow.  This condition may nut bo apr  parent at first,, but it will come  just as sun ~ is   the  suu 'will   ii=e  j <>��"?,���      '    ���  I'    Any stomqeh ailment, including  nil fiirrus   ijl  ..iudi  bo  Big Lumber Company  The East Kootenay Livmber' Co.  ' is probably  tho largest   lumber  company operating in the Crow's  Nest. Pass.   The .whole, of, this  '    year's output will be shipped" to  the praires.., The limits controlled  by the  company comprise  about  100,000 acres, and two welf-equip-  <ped logging railways are operated.  ���   About 500' men are  employed an  counestion with the firm's' activities'and an output of. 25,000,000  feet of lumber is looked   for  this  t- i r  reason. *    r'1'  , c C i, "���  First Payment'Made  A Menace to Life  ��� When the C. .P. R. some time  ago replaced the' Wooden bridge  on the upper Moyie river, by a  steel bridge'the piles   of   the  old i We have the largest and  best as  Motor   Boat Supplies  ,'   '. and  Gasoline Engines.  A first paymeut of $2,200,000  out of. $11,000,000 involved in the  deal has been made by "William  Mackenzie to James Dun&muir aud  by .which the Uuusmuir collieries  pass'into the hands of'a syndicate  of ''capitalists organized' by the  president ol the Canadian Xorth-  'ern. A,condition of the sale, is  that  Durrsniuir   takes   Sl.000,000  structure we're allowed to remain  and were sawed oil close to the  water's edge. At this time of the  year these pile'heads are . slightly'  under water and are difficult1 to  see;. Should ,'a , boat happen to  strike one one 'of these piles, it is  almost a certainty it would be  upset or a hole'punched in it. The  attention of the superintendent  of this ..division ' should be called  to the matter. ���   '    ��      '      ,;  At the Churches.  sorted stock in the interior of B.  C.' Anything' used on a^motor  boat we have'got it.' We are  agents for The Gaille 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 catalogue '-  and price list.'.      ;   \~?  E.D. MESSENGER'Co.      '    ���*  L'strini,   i-au  ' Y  pioruptly cured by using   .Mi-o-ua  | tablets, a scientific treatment   uu  surpassed.  1 c stops fermentation,' belching  of gas and caste pf sour food almost at once.  'The mighty power of Mi-o-na tQ  invigorate and restore tho. stomach to perfect condition is known  .i i,       i  everywhere.  Mi-o-na cures bybuilding up���  by bauishiug the cause. For, thin  people it is a great- flesh buiider,  because it causes the 'stomach, to'  give moro and purer nutrition to  the blood. It cures sea' and car  sickness and vomiting of pregnancy almost immediately., The Moyie Drug and Stationery company  sells Mi-orn"a for,50 cents a large  box,,aud guarantees it to cure or  money back.   "   . '  IF IT'S JOB  PRINTING  The  Moyie  Leader  CAN DO IT  i<k-.  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL,  This hotel is now under new  management, aud is first class  in every rosjiect  TAYLOR &   BONNER,  rnoi'itiETOits.  Victoria Street.     ' MOYIE  Dr-H- * mi I  DENTIST  and^  P. O. 11 ox 172.  NELSON,  B. C  Stanley,st  CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,1  .'JBfcnriirfis, Crotrp, Cough* auuJ Colds, nr  jnuuey fact'.   Sold aad gvartattcd by,  ,ii '      .  The Moyie|'Drug 8i Stationery Co.  This paper is in ' a position  to supply you with anything  you,;may require in office sta-  tioncry,    private     stationery,  a  dance programs, menus,' dodgers, posters, slock certificates,  'i  receipt books,"  shipping 'tags,  ' i ' i ���       ,i  and in fact airy-thing you need  in this.line.  '���   And. the price  ^vill be satisfactory1.    -     > .''���-' '  FOR  . ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES  of all descriptions,' such <��is hoube  fittings, lampf, shades or 'motor-  boat supplies, spark plugs, coils,  batteries, go to or Write.    "  J-. H. RINGROSE  The Expert Crown  Worker.  ,  Office over Mr <si    'l  Wall'     i> ll0r^  ajiei  Armstrong Ave.  St  Stanley St'.  Nelson, B. C,  CHEAP UND NEAR  VANCOUVER     '  worth  ��� bonds.  of    Canadian     Northern  BUSINESS,'LOCALS.  Miners' Union meets tomorrow  night. <     '��� ,  Get the habit! Goto Crowe  ..Uros. '   '  TO LET-Three furnished housekeeping rooms Apply Internati.  onal hotel.  , . METIIOUIST 'CriL'RCII      '      ,  Morning service'at 11 a. m7   Sun'-  day School, 10 a. m.   Evening ^ser-,  vice, 7:30  p.  m.     A  hearty   wel-]  come  extended , to all.     '  t llev. J. W. MILLER,,--B. A.' "  ,  , ' ���'       (Pastor.)  <fr  ���II? IT'S JOB PRINTING'  PitESHYTEIUAiV     UIIUIICH. "."���  Morning Service 11'a.,, m." Sunday school and Bible class at 2:30  p.,m. Evening Service at 7:30 'pi  m. A hearty welcome to all."'  ; REV.- 0. A. HACKNEY, B. A.  '' ,      - (Pastor.)  FOR   SALE���Household  furniture fur "sale cheap.   Consisting of   XT  bedsteads, dressers, extension  ta'-   *Ewl��RK-l-8ar "'ver, 51 cts.  METAL   MARKET.  <**���  i,      i .  , Stationery, Cigars,, Pipes, Tobaccos, Choice Choc-  ,    olates, and All Kinds of   Assorted- Candies,1  Fresh Frtiit in Season and Soft Drinks.  ,.-"���.'  ���   ; SPECIAL  ' Full and Complete Stock.of Fishing Tackle!      Call  , and See Display in Window.   Just Opened  LUCKYrLE.\F ICE CREAM PARLOR , , ;    .  R    A   <smifh      " -:    v P.O. Block,'  R.  A- Omim     ...   r        ,   Moyie, B.C.,  ie  , FOR SALE-5 'and 10-acre  'lots within 20 miles -of Vancouver, . near the waterfront.-  Splendid for fruit and, garden  'produce. Local # demand for  everything 'grown. Terms  $50"' cash -and r $10 monthly.  Soil is first class.pV'You wfll  never -again have an oppor-'  timiiy... like the( present tb  secure, land ;.'so near to this  great city that will increase in  value so -rapidly .on ��� such easy  terms. -Address: "'  '  Shamrock Creamery^,  Shamrock Leaf 1^  Shamrock Hams  and  Imperator Bacon  For sale by all fiw.  .grocers and , ,  P BURNS &C  MOYIE,   ,    B.t|  i*  'MISS HELENA HAWaJS,  Certrficatecl Graduate ol ?^M$\  vat&ry, of Jiwic '  P.O.BoxlZ^^Cranb^  Will'be in Moyie everv'  M  .,��'Certificated Improve^]  ,   ' .' ''''     NOTICE  ���iCA^'dO.IT  hie, etc. '   Apply to Mrs. James L.  Gibbons.  FOR SALE���Three room house,  with  pantry attached, furnished  , with two stoves, chairs, etc. ' Also  a boat.    Price, $1(30 for all. Apply  this oflice.  LOT FOR SALE���$1,50 buys  this lot. Lot 5, block 10, north  Tavistock street. Deep, rich garden soil.���Apply to ii. IC Wallace.  FOR   SALE ��� Jiedsteads   aud  Lead $-1.50.  London���Lead, .��'12, 12s, Od.  Stock Quotations.  PfliNlsiiKD  Uv  BEALE &   ELWELL.  .   iud  Aurora  CoiinoIIilatcd Sincltcrr,  Can. boIilCcl.N  North btiu-  SJCietj  Girl  70.00  Aske.l  2,-i  83.00  10  23  FAMOUS  DY  FAN'N'IE M LOTHROP  springs.    Six bedsteads and  four LThe K.and JI C}B*V h,as Jnoiped  ���_���:���,       .     ,    ,    ,n    ,      c   ��� to Prominence .through   the ex-  sprnirfs.-Apply to Taylor & I3on-Nue���t flavor   of    the  tobacco .out  uer, luternatiul Hotel  Miss L. M. Scott, trained nurse  of llathwell Hospital, Winnipeg,  is ready for engagements of any  k^nd. Maternity a specialty.  Moyie. Adv.  Singer Sewing Machines cost  very little more than cheap machines. i"ro the best -work and  last a life time, Sold on small  ..i-.i.tiily p.iynirintfe by (ieo. 11.  l'invi-ll, tJi'Hnbiook. Jn Moyie on  l'lth of e.-ich month.  >rf which it is made.  John 1). Rockefeller would go  broke if he should spend his entire .income trying to prepare a  better medicine than Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy for diarrhoea, dysentery  or bowel complaints. It is simply  impossible, and so says every one  that hai u"ed it. Sold by the Moyie Drug aud Stationery company.  JAMES BROOKS,  Merchants' Bank Building,'  Z    �� i - "  .   Vancouver;, b. c.,!.  ��ft:lfil&er?fl?n"<t i^*"1 Cholera ana ,  v-UOUIUCriaCO 8 Diarrhoc-f Remedy.'  .-.ever Jail*.   Buy it now.   Jt miy Mve i;f& t.  ��EI,TA FRAC'trON ANIJo'iJ  FRACTION MINORA], CU1J!-  ate' in the Fort  Steele Minir.? {?  of East Kootenay District.  'Where locatetl; On'the aa <,i|  Lower Jilipyie Lake.  TAKE NOTICE thnt I, s-lrn,{  Blaylock, F. M. C." No. 1)24,055, J  as agent for thi.- Consolidated Ussl  Smelting 'Co ,' ol 'Curiacij, UJ.J  Miner's Certificate No, B24,W2, si  sixty, (l.'iv-i from Hit- d.ite hi;reo',::rI  to the Minima Recorder for Cerwtl  of Inrproverrient for the purpovgiT  tariiing Crown'Grants ot' Uii n|  claims.^  Arrrl further take it'ilicc tb: i:J  under Sebtiqnr37. /nmst he coa:  before the issuance .of m:(1i Cert  o(.Iiriprov'erricnt.'       '    .      c  '- Dated this l^��tlr ilny of' Alir.',  1910.    ,-   . , ''".  'il-  I have been instructed by' the owners of the Moyie Town  site to sell Jots at the same prices as they were last year.  Lots for $65 and up.  Lot and three-room house on Tavistock street, $650.  House and lot ou south Tavistock street, $��75       THIS  IS A BARGAIN. -  Two lots and two-room house, near depot, $600.  ���      A one-third interest iu  a   beautifully  situated   tract  of  land on west side of Movie lake, $1,500.  Eft"  Your First duty is to Yourself  You can act upon this piece of modern philosophy, ancl  benefit Rreatly by thc action. If ybu buy your requirements  through our Mail Order system, which reaches with efficient  service every point in British Columbia. -���',.  The summer wedding season is with you, the time when  our out of town'' service proves its worth to'those who dwell  remote from our city and the larger, cheaper '.markets.  '   By having our catalogue before  yon,   you   may  choose  .from the maiiyinics illustrated-therein, popular and suitable  ���bridal'gifts at. prices   which   make   the   problem'.of   buying,  easily solved. .   '. '.. ���  Careful and prompt attention given to mail orders.  Henry Birks & Sons,  Limited;  jewclcry.mail order house    . Geo. E. Trorey, Man. Dir.  VANCOUVER,, B.   C.  l*tieio  br Farm-tf Orb*.. Twisto.)  MISS JESSIE MACLACHLAN-  t, *t,      .j    **"hc P��PuI�� Scotch  Prfma-Donna  *>ne loatnlo,^,'n' andhwl,,!#,a thri11 of s��n.riS0 tho r-holr nrfster heardi "��  w%��� "T"1 w,a.<? hc w^th ,hc Possibilities of her voire that he t.rcoi'  her to Riiarrl her Roltlen treasure with care, to avoid indisrrlnrIrVatr" iln^i  rncnderl her to devote her life to song, and told her. with a prophetic BS  that she would be numbered nrnons the world's greatest singers Sllmils(-  Under. the enthusiastic, teachin'tr of Edwin Hr>n->n,i ���r 7-!��� n-iZi���  School of Music, and other masters, her trafnirTr was contln���ir ���tuQ,l"-ha"'  ready for her first public appearance 'Her" nteK^ ^ q?of1,^ ' "H^?-  ism that seems the keynote of her' wholei nature le he? ��� S th?atn0*'  bllitlea of the old Gaelic ballads, the hoar; soiw of hJ rZl^ Z P1SSl"  Glasgow recognized her genius hor������Vme^uU%W ^\\ f^r a"d ^hen  Britain, and the doors of conservative l^So^^T���^**:0���1-  .At Balmoral she was commanded  to sing berore o,,l  vf;.n^      ^  pxnrrsscd  hor royal appredatlon by presentinl 1Q    ���J''��rl'*  For nearly two and a half centuries no HlghhrndPr had U^?   bracelet.  the throne-the latest one b.ing a MacCrirnion'piper^  honor of performing before the King and kissing his hand '  Miss Marl.achInn's voice Is. a,rich full soprano, vibrant'with feellnr/�����,?  dramatic power. It Is not the mere singing, the mere sShn if ���i  Ilqul.1 note,, that rouse, hor audiences, it is the LSoTS her1?���  sonality her absorptfon of the Fpirit of the song that carries the words from  he hear of some Scotch ���on.. of centuries ago to find their echoing note la  the hearts of his twentietli-centriry1 fellow-countrymen. B    ole m  On her fourth tour of the-world she is awakening enthusiasm wherever  her-voire is. heard, and is now singing in Australia. ' In Bo, to^^ before ���,,  audience of 5.000. when she gave the stirring martial air,. "Wl' a Hundred  Pipers men jumped on chairs and waved their hands and shouted r  Toronto, encore after encore inspired new song.-, until the singer grew  wearied���a welcome typical of her entire tour. s'"bi.r^ ferew  ' r.u:r.i ����,r,i!L, ..'jik ui it. r..n.��.��.i orc��.a., I. it, t,���}m, t.7w. c.'M��k, ,Mhf Dcr,rtatlll of xt,Z*ian  Apply to  P. Q. Box 4 = MOYIE  :Z-:J.


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