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Array y  S ..'���  '���(        'A        .^,-  i���     V,',  >  ->; i  ��jg    A^l.L   TIHC   L.YTF.riT    INT  ''if JSWELRY Skk  J��W, H. WILSON.  CRANBROOK  Coi 1'coiij j. XLyo JLJe-  fects.   WILSON,  OPTICIAN-  CILAM'ilOOK  r,  i  ,  I  �����  t ."  MOYIE,   B. C,   NOV, 6, I90i).  J3A  YKAli  Cold Days Are   Coming.  Get prepared with warm'reliable underwear     -  for, thc  winter.  Wc have bcmgM very heavy'and are' 'offering .a  very  special lliifi in mens' heavy underwear, at $2 per suit.  ���r- f i  Watson's Unshrinkable.' ,    0  c*  ���Club. Special Cigars.     ',  R ���havc-iustrocoived.aubthor case of' this well -known  IimcI of'cigars and will-offer them formal? whilc'they'last  (.ho following prices:. 1,000 lois, $Go.00; boxes' of 2o,  175: smaller lots 10) 3 for 25 els.'   , ���      " ,        ,       ,  GWYNNE'S HAZELWOOD PARLOR.  We.Can'Suit You  '>'*1  , ��   . /f    t*r fc��l  *ncv if,  AVc.guhrant'ec quality goods at qiiality  prices, prompt delivery, aiid entire sat-'  ' isfacUon.   9 We arc licrc to 'oblige' you;  '' if you doubt ;t .  "     ,   �� '    T'R'Y   '    U.S.    ' '.   '     - "  t ,   Geti-tliGklia'bitk'';,G;o to ��?���  CROWE BR0Sr:&GD.  Caven the Choice.  HONORA'BLE   RICHARD   MeBRIDE,  who  is billed  to ��� speak  in, Moyie   today.  WcarAofTer <oi , ?oii.e e��tcll?��t investments   in  laiul   ter  -UlV Monthly'payments of  ��S.OU      l*na , >*>    �������best .in-!  \j-&nient   today,'it   is ���-to mcrease in ^J"^ ^  fcctlyTsnfc.    Invest. Vour   savins with   us. ^   Write, us .fur  "lull   Information'* ���    f-y.-y,"~^: -- <    ...     A    .    .A,  vfiLsr.��j.i;2 ���  GrahbrooX, B. O.  ���' ��*&? ,  '���A  ���"/15  ��� - ���   it*.  ���tf3'  Get Your  Successful Smoker.  t-The Conservative 'committee  i oom was packed to the door  Tuesday evening to attend 'thew  smoker given by tbe local members 'Of 'the party. ��� Thos iCaven,  the Conservative- candidate, and  Ck IE "Thompson, of Cranbrook,  werejprcserifc' and made interest-  ing_talk3."_Tlie5r: ii��fi*^u._i,i�� ~i-~  sues of the campaign; in a manner, qnite satisfactory to everyone. It was the opening of Mr.  Caven's campaign and ic. was a  hummer, Everyone was enthusiastic, and Mr. Caven was thoroughly appreciative    of   the   rc-  Besides the  Simpson Sells, Out  After'eleven years as'editor and  publisher of tbelCranbrook Herald, F. E. Simpson this week disposed'of the paper,to, a Cranbrook  syndicate, headed by T. M. 'Huberts. Mr. Simpson's health has  uotbeen good for some time, and  ho and Ms wife will si>ond.abfl,  winter in -San -Piego,..California.  Next bpring-he will return to'this  country and will go into the real  estate business ou a- big scale,  with plenty of capital to back his  undertaking.  1   Simpson   has put  in the best  vears of his life in Cranbrook and  Practically every  polling   phicij ^  in  the   district   was   represented jw  at Cranbrook last Saturday night jw  when Thos.' Caven %vas   chosen  as j v<  the standard bearer  of  the  Conservative   party   in   this   riding.  The meeting was full   of  enthusiasm, and all the enthusiasm was  for the one man���Mr. Caven.    He  was the unanimous choice  of the  convention.      Mr.  Caven's  name  was placed before the   convention  by-Mayor Fink of Cranbrook, aud  was duly seconded by A.' P-  Mac-  donald   of   Moyie.     Short   talks  were made' by the candidate and  several of the delegates.  Thos.,Caven was born in Picton,  Prince  Edward countyf Ontario,  30 years ago, and  is   the   son   of  John Caven, atone time.a  member    of   tho   Outaiio  Provincial  house,'   His 'father was also reeve  of tlie township in, which ,ho  resided for several'years      Mr.   Caven,- came   on   the   Crow's ���jSTe'st  railway in 1S97  during   construe  tion, and Craubrook has-been  his  headquarter? ever since.    Ho was  soon promoted to the  position  of  freight conductor, biit it was  not  ]loug until he had a passenger run.  lie has been a member of the  Order     of'   Conductoi-3   for   twelve  years, andcis at present ,the chairman of the Cranbrook branch  of  the order., ��� In 1908  he attended  the convention at  Montreal  and  was on the board  of  adjustment.  He has always .taken' a deep  interest in politics, and has  always  played the game fair.'     When the  ballots are counted on* November  250b, he will no doubt  be   elected  by,a handsome majority.  ^'^S!*>��.-><��.*>ss.*>*.--��*.���*-*.���****-��� '"������*<������'  i  Mens'  Boys'  ��� <&  Jfl'3'  Sweater .Coats  Sweater Coats,  Sweater coats are now the  'j     t  a'  ��� '   most  popular coat in the  market.    The demand for this  populargarmeutis'very strong.  It   takes  the  place   ofV^sepcratc  '    cuat,-   being   knitted  of the   finest   ^  ynriis.    They~are snug and   warm,   allowing full  n*  W*  *-r  I  i' f   ,  '..  ,'  ft.   ��,  " /  r<  rfiV.  ilny   of   the 'arm iu   spor<,  .-work, or  exercise.  i r  YVe have them in   a  variety  eluding the heather mixtures  of   devious in-  **        t-  I1  <>-A    A'k\  �����',��� -���,   fi;t*,\  h "      ���   .     <- i. f,  -<A<f\  MacBacherft ' &. Macdonald.;' %  . t ��  m  ..-^.'������^v."^.-^. ^v-;  WlilaServe 4 HqfflJ  is.  Hard .Times Bal  Slip on any old'thing and ,come  to the "hard times"   ball   iu "Mor-  .ever. Juveniles. -  What should prove to be one of -  the best musical treats of the sea'- ���  to tne   naru uiuiua     u<.u��   "���   -���������    uju uuai, ujuo".i" ui��..*��., ^-.   ley hall next Friday evening, Nov-1 s011)   i|   the .Juvenile   Hostouians,  a .   . , .   ,    .     i_   ���'    _:������., , , _           _ t -u ���..!...,    1,.,11  !���  ember 12th, which is being' given  in aid of the Fire Hiiga'de. ' There  will be good music,, a lunch and  bushles.of fun. Tickets for gentle-'  meu, i?I'.25.' Ladies free., The  Fire lirigade'aro iu need of money,  so buy, a ticket, 'come and help  'the good cause along, 'ihe getting up of  the,  dance   is   iu .the)  who are,to appear-at Morley   hall  ,  next Monday  evening; Nov.   Sfch.^  This remarkable' organization   of  youugsters has'a wide  reputatiou  for   th eir   wonderful   voices   aud",  they give  a��c remarkabie    performance equiil to many 'of  the  per-.  .'ii}'  ;J  ir* /- a.  i "3'*7 't '*  ,-vmV; I  '   :* 1  kAA'A$  L<-'.,      I  . if'-  ir* ���J  r.V\A    '    ,*M  .���'-,,* ,-'"��� A t?  li A    'X-i A%  ���>   r  Vi..    ,1    Aii  jj      '���-,        T     , -\*  l.  -a * yArd  i   '.  i      ''J ,*->V*3  ���JVB >l       5, "-Ml  "->- - ^    '   -   ',w  ��� ���.- V *IM-* *S *.  *'{i A,,Aii:*��  ,<t- k'A 'tJ:4\  lit;-: n^ysfefi  Torov. Herb Jackson, IIaJ"- 1-owes,  Fred Ege, EJaHubtn-John-Taylor,  Roland Gamble and K. J). Scinson.  ception ho received.            .    two    nrincipal     speakers,    there ! he and his paper were ever boost,  weioThei lier lights who spoke,   ing^he place.    As a  fellow  jour-  rind keepc your feet warm and dry.  Rubbers of all descriptions  and        prices        rigbt.  Tjtf  H    C  &  Then besides there were instru  mental selections, song**, step  dancing and recitations The committee who were in charge of  getting up the smoker aro entitled to the highest praise. Their  names are: John Cocking, A. 1.  C0-UE   ^ND   SCb  USUucdonald.   P. F.   Johnston and  REGARDING -PRICES Tho  ^ijrfr- -rfa ^  zzizz^^.^>A^^tr^'^i  MOYIE'S    LEAUIXG    HOTEL.  Tbo best of accommodations  for  tbe Traveling  Public.  Billiard Hooms.  Large and Commodious Sample Rooms.  McTAVlSH & CAMERON Proprietors  'J  I  r*  I  Sowcrbutts.  Political  ICKttOS.  a.  Xeil IA aMacKay is the Conservative candidate Cor Kaslo.  Tbo Moyie Conservatives have  nut a piano in their committee  rooms, and have arranged .seats  0Ud a platform- They are amply  prepared for meetings, both large  aud small.  j. II. Hawthornthwaite tho lead-  ^A A*A 'v*- &-i<r'<r>- V-'-*  nalist tbe editor of tlie Leader  cannot speak too highly of Mr.  Simpson. In the eleven years we  have never had a single disagreement (aside fiom politics) aud a  truer and bigger hearted"' friend  we' have  never   known.     If  The triallof l?etPr ;Gieeuie and  Tony Ilick'ey', the two men chnrg-  ed~ with" pilfering, -took'"place at  the court house 'Wednesday' before Stipendiary Magistrate Armstrong of Cranbrook. Chief Con-j  stable Sampson of Fernie handled  the side of the prosecution. Two  crosscut saws, a pur of shoes, a  pair of oar?,   a   razor" and   some   _  other junk were identified by   t-he|iMoyio .g couconied there   is  only  owners.   The two men we're found j quq change.   The regular  pasaen  fo'rmancoj  ��oft tired by   older   and,' V;. -^f,^^4^  uiub "t* -   ��� ~   r-   ���          .more pretentions companies. They ^ . ..-a t /-',-*:  hands of the following committee:\Qave beeu secured only   after, of-  IL'Chapman, IT. A. Oeng-on,   Mikoj c^.iag-.   J��>-jy^J4���in^iieem%uts,.,,;aud^,  New Train 'Schedule.'  The winter train schedule went  into effect la-=t Sunday.    So far'ns  their appearance at thi/' timo  should be- heralded-- with jmueh  pleasure. They will be hero  under the auspices of , the M-iyio  Hockey and Football Clubs.  ��'l-a.,-..'i-*iy*:j   <f,J*a  '   I'., Vi v'...',.-S-i  *>���:  .     ��� -   �� 7*\  (.,'        k'r"-;'"  Fighters will   Fight.  guilty and were sentenced to four  I months each. Constable Kemp-  ston took tbe meu to Nelson,  where they will serve their time  iu the Provincial jail.     Constable  Ker train westbound reaches here  about an hour later, arriving  here shortly after 1 p. iu. instead  of at 12 noon.  wc Kempston   rep arts    that several Th^  KeUy   Retarns.  er  needed a few galleys of typo or a  few reams of paper to fill out an  issue, wc got them: if wo needed  some help, a man from the Herald  office was sent up on the first  train, aud if we needed money the  "Old Man" never hesitated. And  we may say here that during the  past eleven years we have seen  times when we were soi ely in ncod  of all these things.  Wo understand thafci F. J-  Deane. formally publisher of the  Nelson Daily News, has assumed  tbe editorship of the Herald.  Mr. Deane  is a  thoroughly pro-  "������Tl" Socialist party  in   N*  c* j ficient   newpapar  maii,, and   the  '     *   ^e   iu   tho   Cran-  Herald in his hands .will  be  kept  complaints have reached him regarding petty thieving being done  around here lately, and ho hopes  this conviction will serve as 'au  object lesson.  The Fir  e Hall.  is CX110CUI'   ��   �� ridlngs   during! up to its present high standard  biookinu-.  .���;,,a*���i ���       : : A-  w��CPC��snc������B��3��  of  the  provincial  For Men  and Boys  Jt-KJ-        ...   a. -n . i.c.nvev seen in tno wcsiy.  We  l���uo  the finest creation of 0A1^V(  tho pioduct of tlie Kastern Cap  Ladies' dios.s patterns  h.osc.iclc.  arid  J  y��5  Manufactuilng   Co.,- Truro.y  coatk/ underwear,  PonU forget our, 20:aenUivy(aIoanng  SlanfieUrs.Undenvea^  ,     , Iv. O.. was  the. .uu-.  .a'cliuicoof.tH'e Fornic rid-  ither.ton,   secretary  ot  I Alien atGreenwood  ^^^^��^S��*��*��������0866^^*0  yi  n ��i  anada.  , ...S'lO.OOO.OOO.CO  Capital   Autlinri7.od���    ......1.-5,000,000.00  Capital Paid Up-���y ""^"^....n'ooO.OOO.OO  Reserve   Fnnd ""t-t'cct COLUMBIA-  BRANCHES  IN BRIJI3H C0M.clieli   Ktw  Dranhrook, Arrcwlirad, G0\(1^"- Kv*ctoria'-. and Vancouver,  .^rr-u Welson.Rcvelstoke.V.aon'        ..,..������   nl  e  the huor -titse*  namiKi'-K'1*  W. lk"tk',ss  ���naniiuou  i  ,Gco. n��;iA  i!t]Skkkt'--didate::in,.that  ridin  l't'Ciuioi  ��� both the  tric'ts...  v   v   crcasp,' police  magi.  iH tbe Liberid candidate m^elson.  Liberal Meeting.  MeBride   will  Victoria   and.rale dis-  stsatc.  Geo. tA-eyi  . i  tho  Socialist  cau-  d.   He  is  sccre-  There willl bo a Liberal meeting  in Morley hall /next. Tuesday  evening, November 9th, commencing at S o'clock. The speakers  will be M. A. Macdonald, the can*  ruu in'didate, Dr. J. H. King and. Mr.  r.aufiold. Conservative and Socialist candidates, or their representatives, will be given 30 minutes each in which to address tho  electors.      Everybody    welcome.  an  Kidiel  ��!'didate in h  ��� ' c * he miner.-    union,  tary ol tut  \\-,-i<rht U tke  Conserva  .1Ii'1^^.1^i-o,.Ymir,andWm  tivelia,,,y; P. 1'., for the Slocan-  y  Fernie, Nelson, Rcvelstok- --       .'..'y.j.tjiiMn anv  DraHs and Money Order, so      ^iia.,1- .  pari oi the WoiUl        ,  ,,  a. ,...,,i- priiardP.iMik*  .Ssivings   ^']\J. |]jlto 0r ,li'po-i,t.  Interest allowod on-d.-i��>Mi�� pi^KHAM,   Manager-  fnyr^ t^p a kth t"3.   '   '��� ��� ��� :'a     ''��� ,'. ���,-��,--.?  ...V..' i, H.\h    .kJ .Li..(. i ^   -' ���"- - .* .  . .-.j-..-.;.. v aa-V'i'^^AV.j- ������*'���--���  -���������flS*��iaf5^SiS^;}SS^��JC$^A.J.-VA-,y -A' '  Hunt'  Tin* M<>>  ���.uiiin  Reserved seats for ladies.  Given Two   Months.  <-? ���"'->'  g   -Aoro.  if* i  O  Dave Champagne,  a  porter  at  tho Central Hotel,   was   ti ie.d  be-  , r/.b.-rals have opened \ fore Justice of the Peace Hill   last  ,  \tm- I ii the new M or-1 night on  a  charge  of  theft and  11' l'�� '"   vll,   j.   vk.   Fitch's I was sentenced to two  months ira-  .���    | prisonincut iu the   Nelson jail.  A meeting of tho Moyie Fire  Brigade is called for next Thursday" evening, November 11th,  when the books will be audited  aud a general accounting of the  funds made. Tbe meeting will, be  iu the lire hall and all interested  are requested to, attend. The improvements on the hall are finished, and'the place is an ornament  to the town. The bell', for the  tower is expected within a  short  timo.   ; . ____.���___ ��� '���     '   v   '  Ha\^omthwaite   Sees Victory.  J. II. Hawthornthwaite, Socialist leader in British Columbia, predicts an overwhelming victory for  tlio Conservatives in the coming  elections. The Liberals, ho says,  cau only win ten seats at the; outside and the Socialists have a  chahco of carrying fi^e^_  Andrew Mueller Laid Up."  Andrew Mueller, one of the  partne'rs in the Moyie Brewery,  has been dangerously ill for several days with an attack of rheumatic fever. _  I      Peachey to   Hospital-  Thos. E. Kelly, former secretary  of the Moyie Miners' union-vand  the Labor candidate in the last  Provincial campaign, is here from  Spokane and will probably spend  the winter in this pare of the  country. Mr. Kelly has a piece  of land'near Vera, a suburb of  Spokane, aud has been leading the  life of the agriculturist.  Cranbrook's Skating   Rink.  Jack Johnson and James J.- Jeffries have signed articles binding  them to tight 43 or more round*  to' a finish not later than July 5,  1910, beforo the club offering tho  best financial inducement, the  wiuuer to take a side bet of S10,-  000 aud 73 per cent of the purse,  the loser to take 23 per cent.  Married at  Maclecd.  k - &l  *��       r        ,  A /  y: %  'ii *�����  1 C i  ,  ^ 'ik  i ',- ^  Cranbrook will have a dandy  skating rink this wiuter. A  stock company was formed, anil  a rink'. SO feet by 175 feet was  built. k   k  Married at Mac'leod on October  27th, by the ltev. Mr. AValker, CJ.  Ij Dunham, a well known real- estate agent of Winnipeg to .Miss  Florence Maclvonzie, of Leth-  bridge, formerly of Chavlotte-.  town, r. F. T. 3lr. Dunham is a,  fre'juent visitor at Moyie.  Hockey Meeting  Called.  . i-  y  ���Jitl  A meeting of the members of  tho Moyie Hockoy Club is called  to take ���place, at C. A. Kooti-'-btor-i  next Tuesday evening. All .members aro requested to   bo .p.rese'nt.  ������* A  a'f  (     J"  A i  '��� }'4\  < *���*".'  AAA,  ,    7*1  -V y."4;l  iv, ���y.,v.Sg  , ,, -.   ,.. .^r  , ImiiAunirA  j%,,l3l.-Ji.ZSL.^  Swell suits for men iii Kntrlish tweedsyuid  rstod '-.it'tlie most reasonable prices.  striped wo:  ��� yy Aa  ���AyyA  Our   lines  coinpH-u*.  of    liL-av.v-' v.iiiicrwh'.r.  Wills a-vcry liureluisi.- -.>.[.  .- sliii-ts, Inx.'ls 'ai'id' sli< i  ilollar'we uive  pon  whiAi   uiv-s  vnu an oppaituiiity lo v.an one 'i>  you  Ihe  a.re  ii eoii-  fal.'ayv.  ing pii/.es  on Nov. lllh.  I'K  .i.-l,  nyoi'S  get  Si   a  day.  HI  A, Peachey was taken suddenly  ill  last  Wednesday  and  was re  moved to  the  hospital  at  t.ran-  Nelson is to have a co-operativo  brook.    It is  feared he has an at-  ��� ���      ��� i j. i. .^  Suit    RELIANCE BRAND CLOTHING,  1 pr.  DRESS SHOES,  1 STETSON HAT,  1 Suit LEATHER LABEL OVERALLS,       ,,  1 pr..F. P. 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over iu Ynl'ir. ,' ■ j^is'taneo not'oxafjadhig  soma six
hundred miles /rom Ydlloiv   Head
Onro^at a picnic his attitude dn '
.....       .-     -r , _,.i;„,*^„=i     JNat
ov. 1
JS'elrfon Apple Sliow, Nov. iUb
way with -cqu.-il  fticility. '
si-.M..- ,.„*„. xo.,., j CRANBROOK BRANCH. .
A. J*.   .C  ,A. M. !
monk's di-jH^Jtv-.i
*u n»n ii;,'
Uegular    nioctiugs
B; T. BF.YMNEil, KC|
tin tJie  fir.-,t  Wed
nindiiy '    of    ea^li j
month. i
ri'iestions    of ' religious!
' iSov. IT, mid 20
j- ,t
, -t.
bearing was criticized, A,t th.xt
time ho litid iu his cabinet ' tile
late J. Jk Tope, of Oompton, Que.,
. -(    _   ..„,B   lM   , a.jc-ouver   ancj    i'.:igl.-*U I a,uI J' °- J<°13?' of 1KE-1'   "'Wh>''"
'AJcJinde s railway policy irk ir,,iT and from' \'iiitoria t> B \r-1 *sakI IiC'' replying to tha insinua-
winncr. -'    .     jcl.ty «on:u?.    The' G jvernmont' is   tions, Vf am   better   off   in   that      nmuwiuul„10_Jll,
line than even the; Vatican,  for  1 Vjle hft3 bfl6u dNv,?ve,ad.
have two'PopeS." *
| Pass   to  Vancouver' and    K:igli»i*j
. — *■■--  -
p-c-cured by a   first , njoi-tgago   on
Thc   bMcBr.'di   ^'JVC-rnmciitjlhe ^jh-oad for its  guarantee,'as
has stood the test/ Tlie   pea   :wo» «-» «°^«.^t   IVom   tho. en-
'pie'are, satisfied aniid   wish   for
tire   C-inadiau .Northern   System.
Tho route of the line will  be.'gon-
,, a   continuation   of   tliis 'pros- je-;alO' speAiking, through tike y«l".
'    !loiv,II«ad Pass to tne  headwaters
ional Apple Show,  .Spokane t
, .!„ iNisiting brothers •»(Icoine.
]  ' .    G. T. Mctf regor, ^
In   the Northland.
j lJ A, Avrv.-*, SWroinrv
i  1—^-T—- ! L_kljyj.: I
I Moyie   Mirfersf   Union!
' No. 71  W. F. of M: I
i   ,      . i   ■ .  . i
•r-M. "'JUSf  ThillK   Regular wiildl,/?' .,,!n uml s,.,,,?ii_.
Al the'Provincial fair at Kings
tfon. in 1SS3: Sir  John   with  lion.
First Iv-ikimo Wife—The   North '.
j Meets in McGregor hull every  Satur-1'   't
S.eon.l B,ki„„ M-ile-l',,. kM^^^^^-SSJT'''"1----'
of that; for  now''when  J"5r   hus- [ • ■
band- conns  home  late, he   can't
"* ■ i-
11 i.
*f tbo kNkij-th, Thompson,' thence
along     tlie    riwu', to   Kunloopsy
, .     <,  i , , '"-"JB      , "J"      'iiiJl-i    UU     IV-liniOOpS?      "»-iiiviJ£vtiiUiv"itsivuu,        j-a - tuia   ,ii«
A    'No, patient, plocld.no-. read- j thence on ehe no'i-th bank'of  the j kind of an introduction you  give
re:     Yim Hill   docs   not  own j Thompson to'a point' b'elow Ash- fns ftt' au agricultural fair?" ','Wby
„.„.P.. .1  - ,1 "    .    .     \a. a ..   J     _    tf      -    -      11   . •   .    1.1   ._  1 " _     1 t-l-
Mr. Kirk patrick and,, others  were { gjs-0' ,ue   that   old   excuse  about;
taken to see a side show,  consist- .beingouc looking for it.
ing of tho  performance  of > some
Viennese lady acrobats, when Mv.
Kirkpatrick-asked, ■ "Is-this .the
John Boyd,'
James Roberts
 . "' >
[Harvey,     McCarter   &
| Macdonald. ■
Ilnrristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc
- - b. c:
Jor 8 veav.s by -10() of tltu 1'cjulinj; ii-wt^k.k ;,. ,-     .
i      ' , ( i ""''il,   nt,
15 jewel 0, size, 25 year hunting'casc-SZO.OO
'   15 jewel ,16 size, ctpci face 20 j'car caseVsis'.afl  .'
; Onr special men's watch at $10.00 is good Value " ''
';       \\ro invito )*ou to oxamjno 'onr -aui:}:        ".
, Practical  Watchmaker and Jeweller.'
' Victoria Sj., tSontli.k   *'* '.'.   - ■    MOYIE"
U",U""'V'!"    •uui.-uuver   to  Jiii*g;   lugcoa, in   connection   with   ttie
The Czar has   ius-    finished-1 ^ '"* nlT;h'onixE ^]Uh ,,!Ill,T 'bH treaty  witli'  the  Uairea-States;
■     y       '     J Ay ■'   -    t       ' j-i complete system of c ir 'and pas- j thb Canadian 'party, .wero 'treated
bridge, jon&  cubic  foot  of water; -   -   '                   '
■per second for, thepurpose cf   the'j CRANBROOIC. * ,       -   13. C
. . irrigation -of 1(10 acres ofpre-einp- j _. "
sGi-J«*.r   '■ ,
% iVf"ik'r
3 <5 -1 j-'    ► ■
k-4 f        y
.    y o      _ - l | 1  J ~»-.u   .-.^   v. ii    auu   {JUS-     uuu  --/l-.:jeiuiil.ll  pill*by .OVUIU     LllillLUll      ■■ * "—   -%". ""*-  J-'"V"^1- *>J-     "1I1- i
a hunting* trip nr Italv.' -Sev- ) songer ferries (to - Victor; i and | co a boat ride on, the Potomac. ; irrigation '0^1 (10 acres of pre-einp- j
'jcral manicured and well be-ffro:n Vic'toria'to' ^ u'Cl-iy "S'juud.1 [.Sir John-cirao early aud alone; j tion-recoid Xo. 1103: ■ The'woik;
l--i  odA'oor wo™ l-ill^rl f lW'ul k ,viH be started witlliu tjiree   and while ivaiting for  the  others { wiH consist of dams,   ditches  and!
,jjavia ucli  »^il Kineci noni   a.-,„<>,, th.s of the  Bill   receiving   tbe J co come, a lady, tbe wife of a sen- f «'»iies on   said   preemption   No." I
bomb-proof grandstand."    '■'       «s -euc 6f' tlio   Prbvinciil   r.v?Nl i- fator. fdlt into  con kersafcion 'with    Ut)B  and    pifi-e'raptiou    1170:  'no!
l)oml>proof grandstand:
Hri*eiiD6f tlio  Prbvinciil  L.-.>gU)i- fator, f611* into conversation 'with   1JL"y ai3cl. piC-e'raptiou    1170;  -noi -~---^-..*.-<« -i
tore and is to be completed.' with- [him, wheb tlie followiug  dialogue 1 Orown land will be  occupied   nn'd j fJnn'brno'k
! in four years. 'No Oriental'   labor !*ensued:        ' ,     "        '*'      .     '/no   "water  .'licenses   or   riparian: ,t-iU1 UOit,
■e r'ree Press: Yv'e know wlii'-''   ",— .-,-;•""-•   i-u ,jjiciuih   muur ceni-iieu:                 ,- .     / uij    »v*n.ci  , jiiuusi-s   ui-   i*ipn
a '     v- -o  ■ i" .     '                   .'  ,, ' "|is to be used on the   undertaking) . "I gups's you are' from Canada "   Proprietor w ill be aifected.    ■
the ^rcBnde government* 'to   md a standard wage sc'vle Will  lie J' '"Ye'3.- ma'am.",     ' , ■       •'     ' '           PAT'lvEANEik
^rM                    »"\l^^    nfcitrn/J      «>^     nil       «^A._i__.^           j                 r^J1                                          I        i     . ,  i r             ■         *>                                                    a, i                                 -....                                                                                                                       l
i i <t  l *
done for Femic District. _-T.he
.electors of Fernie district .are
uot seeking a change.. - .'       ;'
f.*  ti.
Kd Oriental labor, is to >bc
used on the' construction of
thc' Canadian' Northern in
British Columbia., MeBride
is firm for a white B. C.
. The Conservatives of Moyie
sent a full ' delegation to, thc
convention at Cranbrook last
Saturday, ancl every 'Conservative in. Movie to a man will
observed in all'con tracts: *'
* ,     , y a, ■*    ■ -*
A New'.Explosive:/■;
*••■•    ■  y ' .-'
A new explosive, of  British   iu-
vention,-which possesses the possi
bilitie3 it is said,  of  revolut'ioniz
ing the blasting, work  in  connec--
tion with thc construction of   the
Panama canal, has been tested on
the Isthmus  of Panama and  as 'a
result the Panama canal   commis,
sion ordered twenty tons of it for
trial.    '
The'inventor's exhaustive tests
before the members   of  the   Isthmian    cana.l   commission   showed
that it-is absolutely impossible to
vote/ for, the  partv   candidate  exJ)lode ^ordinary means.
. ' *k     It can only be--et  oil  by  heat
on election daw
h/^.'Vi • >
Sr^k'j* *■ ■
I' ^■■■i»
A vSocialisi'once' called   np-
tlic   poc
1 "lrou've got ayeVy  smart 'man "Mtli October, lirOff.
over there, the Honorable ^ohu'A.
-Macdonald." '        \y   '        '  '       H
"T"eS,'luii.*«"Lu-;-Ja'o-i^" ,-  -
"Bat they',say   he's   a regular
'rascal."'  ", '      ,'
"Yes, ma'am,   he   is   a'  perfect
r iscal*"
"■Jinn why do they keep   such  a /
man in powe:V" '    '      1
"Well, you see, they cannot gee    Pf p Iff      Q t\ (\
along without him." *   1 Ul I      «I1U
"Bat, how  is' that?     They   say
he's a real skxlawag, and—"      ' -
Just   then   her    husband,   the
Senator, stepped up and said:
."My dear, let me introduce   the
Honorable John A. Macdonald."
The lady's feelings can be imagined. 'Bat, Sir John" put her at
ease, saying. -Now, don't, apolo
g!-/.e. All you've said is perfectly
true, taud ic's well kuown at
home." - '   •
.Cigars; -J' •.'
a/Tobaccos   .
A. B, Stewart
A Tramp in   Clover.
ing a small paltinum wire ju?t iu-
side tho open end by an electric
spark or iu<e.    Ic will not explode
-none of   the  Rothschilds   to! toZ^2 /Ib.ia ?Itti!nod that
tlio new expioaiveis   -o0   per   cent.
demand tliai he should   di\idc  stronger than   tlio   0'j   par   cent
his   wealth   anionp*   tlie   noor. I ^mfIfc: °f dynamite   and  Uiat  the
;t    of    miTLnuf.iH in inrr     ^.,;n    i...
rx.i ■ .
xnere is a great joke being told
on   tho    Dcuison,    Taxa?,1   s.Uoon
men, who wanted to test   the   liq-
nor law but dHu'b want'to risk  a
,'jaiJ sentence themselves, says   the
I fere    i.s your   -» '" *>**' cd t'i it he has  organi£d ' l),iLt0'lL F,'ee P,'e^*    T'iey hired a
„      " 'acim.pvny    vv I.ieh   will   ni   once   Cramp to •st!Yn(! t"^,   agreeing   to
; erect  a   fictm-y  on   th > l~thnm-- ' !''M       " $" a   day   for   h"   t5'»^-
I   'lie got]
anionsf       1.^....
(it„  ,     ,   ,     ,.       i~.  , r      T^       .jCOtb   of   manufacturing    will    be
Icaluclate, • said Mr. Roth-1 mo!.0 Lh:m o0   1Je;   C01;fct' c,        b;
fortune, ' ^ J c 'nfkleut i- the   Ikiti^h  iuven
t ir that he 'will  secure  the   con
tract to Snn-iish All the   explosives
live cenis to each of  mv [ to be u^ed on tlie canal thi,   year.
Thos. Summers
Cigar--,   Tobacco.   Fruit   and
George H TtLompson,
BXitursTEU.   SoMcrroit '
Notary PuijLicr.ktc.
4   ' '   ,     ' '.11
W, R. BEATTY   :
C tf       '    .        if
Embalmer and Undc-ftnke'r,  '
]>houe 0. ' CRANfiJtOOK
'     CRANBROOK, B. C.
>Vhy Pay More
■  Our .stock is the Largest in ilic district, and' lhe
„   '   besf assorted.'/
,i'" i . > ■  '   ,
, i      i . ,
Ova- aim lin'salvvav!* bceil, to stock'fucli iin^„ai
"'     .     eycr-v-day pcoplooall fur ov'ory-uay.    /.
; ;   Coniuioiiu Chairs
' i     ,'    '       -s   "■''".',<,        y y
r r" * ■ , I vi        j
Selling ju3f   now at 35 ce.ifsC ' Limited-numbers io
>. • i ,
■    ,     ' '' ■ colIi   cuAtuuicr ,
Cranbrook; Cooperative    Si
seliild,     ' 'tliat     m\
ajually divide I,   would    yield
lellow    niei
:-,lKU\--tal;,e it and »<i
jerect  a   Lu'toi-y  on   lh , NthllllI6 .'/."
ni jail '-entenr-e,  tho  ca-e
v.-as appealed and a delay ensued.
.The per-diem ■jreivu   Lit  irksome
'and the sartifichil victim   way   re-
" lea-ed on bond.    Then  every clay
k.lic   bondMiieu  were    tappe-1   for
| money and drinks by their -scrape-
g?at, who tlireatehed to jump his
bond and leave  if  ili3   demandy
were not,-met.   Thia  became   too
expensive,  and   the  second   trial
,    at  ly-v,       '.,*■■ f     .»  ..  ,       , j was huifricdup.    Then-Mr. Tram n
i     Mc Lndc s railv^y   policy ry" ,. tl!:'C^ ,!ot<'] '"".been openedl^ot a year and n half i„  JaU   ^nd
m   the   interests   of '\^V;l(,ria; ! l"'^!'"''',.   !" "Xpect3 >  lai'S" '■!is drawing his $2 a day.andhe en-
, .     .■"-■' •■?/.uyM--U-i.t-j     ho i.s wise, indeed, ''who  always  do his backers.
1\  tcstilw d to hy thy sharp up- j Vli]h tl»e.tui-n in an election.
'    ' !J0 »ot ba'.noi.sy.    Evenaburg-
Inr takes evorythiMgrjuictly.
-    Vietoria   \\'cck:-Puliiicians
may Siiualiliic as to tliis or tliat
feature   of    the proposed   rail-
v. n  polii-y,   but   tlie  man   ou,
tlie    surety    tlie.   niaiiyiii the | die ^,,V',0.!S'""* ••!"   it, with the
stoic, thc  man 'iu.  the.-office
Kl    the .investor,     hxvo ^o^TT1^ t th° ,Vor,tl *oes
i   , :     , ■■<■ iUy°^ to.t-he.iii.il). who lets  his   wife
fulitasto tlie, desirability   <,f; eufc his h'a.ir. ".       ' „.■'■'■
,1;.-.,.! —A tiplcss hotel h;«.
As  Li-wrej Sees Things.
(w-cu'iwoi.d LciJge.)
ki-tnowtl..-   Invul   that   rocks;
... .   .    j ,in   it, wil
h.aud'that shakes iiie'voter.
TOYti,   notiuxs  r/rci
South   Victoria    St.
Nifty   Fair"
— l^smtulo by the'present brewer i>* admitted))-the \
.jliest Ueer in East Kootenay. with tho He.-t -Malt J
•and the Purest Spring.AVnter it is unexcelled t« •
T.T. McVi.Uc.cn ,r  U II. Y. I-nrkcr. <
Phovivciai. Lanh Survkyino       I
".WMVAV   i   MIMN,,    IS.VOINV.E,!INU,|
Estimates Furnished.   '
J Port Ktci-lo I'. O. Pox 2.1
, Cranbrook P. O. IJox 11.
.'iuality.    Insist on having ^foyie Beer.
fine new-stock of t^jINTERNATIONAL
nattiesL     in    Full    Suitinyr, 'fJOTFr
from    ourffeni   and  FnHishi
^ iu! use in t.he.'priee;, of city
'i 'd o lc^idc '■ property1 M'hich
h s t ,kcr, place in the last few
days, ciihnin:Umo- on ' Tj,.'u-S.
(lav  in
How Pickpockets Work.
Weight of  Currency.
The weight of currency  is  deceptive to the genial public.   Ask
."ickpockets of the  new  H(.']looI | a husinesg man—even   a  teller  in
tJ^M fiyl
lav  in   the   purcluye   bv   ti,** !     * Uie  new sdl°o1!    ,  ,a ,T UJ!l,J-^'k« teller in
.,A . l     y    ljL   'k\   tl?-   work   on   the   .scientific   principU-' 'x '-«nk-lio.w many bills are equal
cany ol J oroiito (>f a business ,thafc «• ma,!'« «»ind will granp but jln weiZhb to *20 ingold, and note
site on Vr.fes street at the re Un8 thing-fca Vum' If ke is!Iunv far off he wiH guess. I have
mrrl nr,' - , .- ■- > rim r j 'dt'^ °1' K^i,(-d on tlie back  his i tM ifc u,anji' Umes !ltl(1 tbo usual
corn p,,y. oi ,-._,(,f:)(.)  per   front;, mii.d.is there on tho *nsta<it..    A : ««^s if from fifty to   5000,   while
foot.     It ii very   e.vid.-i:t- that ! I'^'kpoykei   who   u0;ks   fast   ca*n-; tho   sca!c's ' >viM   «hcnv • tha-b   tho
the    people   of    \kcfok i'' ]y,t-   ''')h !l nin" V1M'y "^ibyancl  rough-'i l"lsht nu.-Bb.er is twenty-two.
■ "  ■        ' "-   ly tor that Matter, when   (he   vie-1'  •
manufacturers just/received,
They    arc  undoubtedly  the
bandsoMiost   and   most  dis-
tinctivo    fabrics   that  liave
yet been   offered  and   those
who' would   have   somclhino- Vi(-'fcoi'!a Street
select    in A a  'Suit' for,   fall
should     leave'   their   order
early.    A fit guaranteed and
at a reasonable, price.
;. ; This hotekis' now, under nowf«
inanagoment, and is first class j 1
in every respect. y' ]'|
y.  /'"'. JOJ2JV,STOJV j
Thl« Hotel is New and well rurniahed Tlie
;   Tables are Supplied with the Best .tne
Market affords. The Bar is Ellled'witfl.
the Best Brands of Liquors and CigW:
r> .:; AND MINING 'MEN"   ' :       ,.„,.,■■*
•« «• B©4MB B&Sfrfi »C«« 99»« ©««« &CJ1S «^9©* »**p»»a#31«^**
i ,
Pressing and Gleaning
Prices Right.
St.   Joseph's   Convent.
:i ai k'concerned o.cr being jo-tl d)     Chamberlain's ^ki.Sutl^ly!
Never fails.    Idly it tiuw.    Il
/^«li.g anil Dajr. School  conduct:
-1 by Sistcrn of Mt. Joseph, Nelson,
'   °'      Commorcittl     and    buflJ      '
«»«ree«  ,'l   |-]K.cillUy.     KxcellnnA
HW.ft  progro^   chanicleiiizo  WIP^
l'«rlm«„t.    i.llr()ll(s   Hh0,lid   wrha^
imrtioular3.    One month   a.saun.s   t,
l,,lW>o the,   tl.orou«l,„o88   of   tJ
S'hI'.th' inell.oilB   of lonching.   Tt.
«;f»ni,Krice.;,inmiry,   April
Pnl  an.)
B/->   i.      , - --• j j   "j'i ii  ami   <
.  O   •lll,,1«'Wud,niti(;diUiri,ii!l:f.0nil(,
■^■rcsAui.Nnct   juito.s.   i-o|.».
'ar"'° sa"ipJ,o room in connection
Wiih ho,,au /oi* commercial men. Beid
°ki';cot;-.modiaion.    '
-r,!ii(h|M;irtrrfl   for   C'om-
"T.'iciHl and Mining jMcii.
■S-KNIJ yyoiyiL ■'woim*.'
All White LaboJ
fl! n?-'1
AfOVIKjIl. 0
l.oave work witli  tht'
A, B.STEWAflT >o.ooo
f« and
,f Up'r
Came   Not   to   Judge  the   World
fc», 1009, by tho Kcir Tort. H<ni)d Co.   All Ill^liln K-s-riul
.3y-Srf KHSIS li)'<? I can lrrt.r sii'-jin'."
£wjp' The boy Mopped, niu laid a detaining hand
on Iii") companion'* nun.
''   "Listen i» minute," !/• sniil
4< ^S&?~ '^10 °^ nlan stJn*-..! riftlis'ly, ,
-  agfecdon ii'«'ji'bt ilio ))ir/is" lie tmiU'*ictl.    " 'T.iiu't
WtM»' <' b0 nfraltl of« 'xvay cut Jl'r0-"p.
jJ'Sp' replied ,!l° '* >y- "* 'wa,"'t "Ti'ii'l. H '(itmilcil
,?g®jl|U,n. There It comes nj-inn. ^ust be a < huu-i.
•votEEsT i» tl)P ^ot'd''. daown l"-'it ■t'1' ,-c,-"i r^inf-\\ Iii'-j i ->.'*
i-jT^»*joy f-i»'il.c wistfully. Tho olil man f*lan.<d sit lr.ni
■tiiuiiy fl0"* 1,f"*'"'-* ,l5s "'W'1 I'"'"-'1''
i   ,.«&»     W111||(ir gr,V •  [h- »»-lc< il. .Iill'li'-t IDll^lilv
unless jou're vill^'*. I->,.d," w*ns tlu- ri |y'y. "D'je
its safe?"
it's lAfo onmiisii. There's j:o one 1 ik,«i i.s "«i\
i. 0»l>—°'l!.l-> H':,l?ki'i' il'ty B"»K "J'!'• W(* M'*<l"
|,t ye wiifi ntrfi'itl of ib.it." f ,
,ty "S fate iiims Jllul."
l.c- with 3 f'U t.ll «c meet np;:ii!!,' " \.t- said soTn-r
'h hjiiin."
tini'lf,  fll, ,1 the llttb- i.rfin .-unl  floated out of tlie low
Windows       '1 he   v.1.110 '1.1.11,Is   tlJl'IIiil   the   b.ius   mill    n-
JI'OVI-,1    111'    sl^ju   ;■„. l,j „,,,._
" 'Jf  III\   P"M>\ ,  ,\)
4 4"
..   ....   j..-.,,,  .\J'ili mi* p-Med  by  my  iirinic,  s-l'-'ll
liiuiiljir tin pi-'..(.s and j.rjj  jui,] sul.  mj   fueand ten
fiom   llmi'iMihi-!  w.v-., tin n   ,i ,11   I  Ik-.-m   from  lii-iM-i
rind w -.11 f ,iriu. (i„ ir
',*  Ul.-y-  :-
il 'jMl ui'l lii-.i! X.1r< ii l.iinl
-'■(•".  :s 5 i. v I,!,,,, tr insult s-imi is fui,;iv en, whu-0
^■iid.   I (i( 1 l.ijwli il**i   Ml.,  "in ,mil" Tin e mill fluiii.'
iiiiil ill ■<" J.-m   I riot V,l     1 - ml, 1 wii! ujiifiss my inuis-
Ki'"sums li.Io ll.e Loi I, m. 1  J b„u ftuf,'ivest llie uiif-city
Ol   llll    Ml ' '
" Tui  'Jinn. I.r.nl, r,it «r nl nml jisifii   to f.-ui;i\o, jii.1
plum o.is in iih-.c, -.iitvall iliiio Hint e.i'.l ii-imi Thee '
'And if 1 i. have ti»i'ii)-H'i-d sms tJic-v   sli,ill be forjrn i u
l-j-ifi. ■
\.'i- (oiil'i-ss our siii'- !!«• is f.iiilifnl ntiil just io fm
Bim-  ns out  Mi|s f)ii,l  io rli'liiM)  Ui  fiom  .i'i  UiuiKlitioiis-
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yy "J xni't." li? Mill     "Von lirncn't li" -     If-, nil i i„'bt "
Tli' t-v.0 M'Uli-il iVma tlif roml Tl.i- oM i>i;i;i jiulliU
Iu li il ii-ix-i  his <.yi", tin- boj  t-lunibli'il as Iio \*><i1I.m1.
I'        'J i f iiii'urlir ii uili-iirj  tlie church.
r'Li t lis close the m-nu-i'." he Miiil
*J!ii   ia, ii fullowcj  Inn)  ti nd hf-nK-il  tin nisi h< ■;    Wlir-r.
tin i   win   ijimt  the im.ulicr looked h -, htili- loiiKriKii;
ta n  om ,    ;» v Uj   jii-w       '
"1 (im ,'!.ul in "i-t- ; on all li'-rc, Mi", il ' T'.rt lo niiikp
sun', id i -it- s.v th|"t 1 liiuint L-*t'*ti» Hint I s.iiil ji st
1'*,-, I'm ij one of jou v.i'l ti-iij.iin in lln-, lauisi til) lhe
i '■ "e (,f ;i i si i\ m i', irni if am one <>l mui ln< s (<j tl n' e
'. o t.\( n i a wini Ii'im ji.^t lilt M>, li'Ui nn-, Ooil l';i\«*!
nun   on  Muir  son^ ' 	
(L   ia,I'll ,1 ta tin- oi^'juiist   ami f-hc  jiliwil the opening , „i ,'",',.'„y,„.r. ,',m t»ie Kiok he w is  icnliiu
b.  „   i,{  U, ■   iJ-i.il   liji.i.i      Tin-   pri,i. 1.. r   1. i-i..I   i.itl.ur     kwIJ om. r-'l i» ';-''•? ,>U> f-«»;yt-'*  '^y^!i\   ,,,_',     ",,
Meal';-   ,m tin   n adiii,.' J.-"U, lni vi j lib open Ijifuit- ili.n.
He  <inl   hot  "11 ^
'J hi <• neri- iii'"hji^ lhe final clloins «hen Uio oi?.niist
Joiil.i.l i,)j in sm iiri"i». 10\^i> one li.nl st,,,, -, ,1 I'-iliit
iii,' fu, llnoigh the wooils, tJiino iin viiiistle ot the
ti.i n *
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"'I'm- minutes Jue" lie ■*.in5 *"f^i< *, rtir- suie ti be In
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' Tl n Loiil l,li "s il,i-e nml ki-eiJ *'',' tl " Lout make
His I >, ,> To slum iipnulliei unl be kit o'is unto thee, tlio
I.o'.l   lift   up   11,s 'oiiuteii line  upon  i.nc ami  gn e  thee
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,r«0rrl-lit   T-i*'-.   V  the V. « YotI UrniM rn     All niftSts Kf«rv. 1 "I vomler ulrit 1 in' ( f a J.-sl'-i-* ch .p TnTll W. P.elty
v-'/.M ui in-jliuleil the 'tops nml <tOf)'l hes4< -itillg hy
tli nlr,«i 'lhe irfMi|i.n,ts of ihe buk pew rose to in.ike
r.,oni  fi,r hei
a ^
Men Who'Have Opened
Their Hearts-tc
l')W    Tom Wfirreu.   .Jon't  mv one wor,l  lo h-n-    selecle.l  fur   Le.i.     P.m't   ti i.ik   1 im   suit ible,   eh?
u...  ' I h.-ne a prent seizure"                         . W-11, mo^.c I'm »'t; bit   am 11. I 1  hke to lm.' ii look
-Wiv   I h-ivc- not -.jmken for nt h-nit Ji..1f nt tin  fe'low vho *-» "
,,„ 1„„„-'(,„,1 -.on are tell.-.s me not to s»^<... ' II,- «l..nie,l 'lo- n tin- ro-.'l     "Oee uhO'" he ovilnmrd,
,1 Tom. slm.MU nu fimn th-? '-"^ !>«• « ls ic>'l»»-' "1" i" u»m«s son-e one i-,-.    It ,   j.o   it isn t    } < ■«   .1 >S
"Vou  ,K,u   stupM,  .m,u  knoii   «hit   I  menu.     I   I'-n't Us-  Ix,„!    I c.r. r ,nn-sl,o m.,,,1,1 si e ,ue.    1 .-.. t tak«
-aiiiU mui io u f ii.-re miUi thi- tr- ii-.-mlous pier-e of woik to the woocN. l"l  !'""■ ;.i- not ii-.v v •thin .* n .1.        At
t  l ,vo iiuieiCileii"       " 'his  point  in  hi"  solih m j   be  1. ol (,1   up  in  to"  trco-ft
H.s'no    .a nil  l.rol>,ble that T.,n  wouhl think  of tl,o,.K, t -tiiuk fm     M .1 y„ ii. ' he , ,j.l     Tl>, 1^.«1^
i.,tufeni,«    ,mH.    aiijllnnp    I'-ry    su-.V, "le.l.    ns   ...id, be,'--   1,,-iv   it  ^"is   ,..*,»   oi   iK'.s-,  nml -no   - aoii.     « 4
St-    t   The  olu*  iKrfea.     TIks   ha.l   been   mairie.J   a ,h „>. iloni-ILi, ij  «..<■ u„ m th.it t,;.-,  nfi-lr *■   of «Pl.t
l.ioi.„i.t   ine   oi "      yt                                   ,,,  „,^     i i„.f„re  Inuii'  <*i.iUJ   hu-';'f  on  the sli ne 'lie   ImJ just
\e;ir tinil   fo**  thetii   the- lion>-\ moon  hul  not jc-t p.is-Ml. belon   l-oin                               ,f
A* th.-iis «.,s fuly -. lo.o ,„,.i. 1,   to *,..••■ iu.,  loiri, ,1.0 ' i .- ;t< -1-                                                                     j
v.eie   fooli-h   ..noi,,h   to   q„.„r..|-«lll,   th<y   cot.1.1   not ^y A^^ ^^    ^ ^ ^ ^     ^  ^^
u.Mlers..uill Mill. ,i s,tiji,l.o:< ,        Ntwll)Ii, t ,     ,. w,,     ^,lMa„, to
Toini.o . .-'A a .lu-,'11,.1 auoul i-ou ai.,1 Han, bi...; )";;V» _'j ^'^'^  ^ ^ iK,    A„ ^ fnr >ini_ Tnm n„a
that inisiin.'
"Tonii.o . i-M-t a .luM.lt.,1 auoul .-ou ami na.., ■■.■....-, - _-v» ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^^   AU<jiK,|t fiir>ii)1> Tnm       , _
,at iiiisiin-l. isunili,^- Wau-eiu    I kn-.n- ml I want to of you"'    Apm.se.
",V„*. tbat Miin't a-iiount fo «.,*« '...P. char     In Met, /    ; ^  \ |pi  ,M   ^  • ,        x JyI,t ,    ow ,ll!lU„cr pos.
I, thon--ht K h al blown om-i* befoir tins. '■
'•'J'hit 's just the point-it h.-.sii't   Hut." with ft vigorous
th.iJ e of h-l 'si .ii',  ".*s K'J'1 'A -0 __ ' tAiy/A/:-1',    AX£~z-'.-~','^Z/Ftf.   C-A..'.'..      f&4if-ri *     "*\
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~>fi'irrtt) obi innii stoi-.I tui'l w»itc-l     He «•«** sorrj' foi  U
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JJVWW""'*   £or   I'illiself.    loo.   »   lHt-0       Tl.fie   ll..;i    I'.eJt   H
B      J'/ lling-not so xerj* Ions nj,'o-^in be, to-i/h-iil ^*lt- i
!      f ^i irl" rhokal 'b:.s-k tho swift  twb ^-r  f.-e,-,,.;.     '1 U> r,.t.l
?.=rt Ms Tea ^M..s thi.-I* with «'«tA. U«' <llL'n fif-'*"'*- ■"'"
/4»lifi*lii!, st!«^ flii'l ■•«.s-e.l tiera' m-.ii'y <>>•■.■-' ^t no
^■-  tluifik'.    It w i,-oiM.ii,>k..«-.r.t sSrsJJn-f tb. re in.ih.- iiflijif
*;'-,... iliiio.    The heil.-e **v*.m pl*a&,pl:l. bi.isthi-: Imily the ^ l.« «•
th-ii  wr.« u i-bnol.e ...eilley of sp*dr5 mumls     IL- S.....<^ '
'2 a,,   't  the  sky.   'It  looke.l   like bim- r h.rmi I  ;.....    «   .U-      ...0 .
4to    .Vi'siloun, hU--n woman'" «l.«««ns,w«"-    '»''«"    ^ ''■*     ''''''J
'*^*i»Mt*weoll'inB   remUid   b.m   nr >     He   lmne.1 ..o*M-..1       ./„• >
jS^V^Mvooil.-*, m.Ui n blmiP kl'ii * .! '" "'  : ''" , [\fA
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-XTS'" l"^*'1  Ml*-11** a"1 ' l ' -   '   r, uu M'l'ir
gill  ■ bov Meppeil  for».n.U  -she ...uv see   em   f.ou.   ..H.r
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win li t   mon- II  Urn*   l< '•* 1,'1-iK        \n*  fil    i'i.
is-li -tr. ■> huinlH'l '■ "'■"■•    •■'■
,r,s„..s. bili'.in^. Im.iM'.-' o.r ew.i   «ol»- '»f s..U.lu...
'-,, Me,   kiik.-ipiriM-ie.l  Miulbrale    '. l-e boy u.    bu
,„llk 's   ,1   si.hbJ-il ..V.l.l.'}      The n-.in  be,..U'  hi...   1 ...I  a
fU-mbiini-   1......I  .•.fledio.i.Meb   o..   l-«  sl.oi,l.l c.
S.,,11 .1     M..I..U...K   «"!■»  smp.el   "'.   lb-   «..*.f      H<
,,,',',  l „„   l,.'f ,l,/i'l.    The bov    I Ml >d tc. 1.-r.it     Ibl^
Mllip   '  f   ''"'»      '-l-'1 '■   ilI,,t    ,,»'1""a
*' Tom  nml   I  imII  be  <-o  dit-appointeil  if  jou  do   not
cunio.    Uij  sniouiob youin,
'*NTo\\ this is the letter Hiiuy w ill receive, nnd he ll rciul
it to the tuiisli—jou see if he doesn't —
w 'The Neit'.
-uc-irt.- lmnnncnnj inv vu.«- o.u-joi L «"My Dour Louis^-We ivould so enjoy Inning .-on
'ill "llii-re—In the [unn She li.ul my1 tiine with us ne.\t AVeilm-'-'lav niKht at half-pn<-t seven.
•k-L' -u d^l.alock of hrr Inn Vi'ell. the ti un ^-i* In fuet, Lou, 1 know all about the (iimjtiI jou and Ui'iry
u"mh1,'i.I 1 (-si.ipeil, lull olliu*" vcro kllleO Hi r i,nc ),.,,]_ IlIul i t(1i,) -j*om m,t |0„K a(,-(, that it vmis my
Inn*.hei — "Ail foiltht s de b- siilo—w.i" 1 iii."-! i1" opinion lot* of'people are not suited to each other,
lier :i mi"s of r.ilN mid ti« nnil^ wrci U.iuc , io ..-j hlive jln it,.(1 ., f,i(.n(i 0f Tom'i to be here We.lne^.hiy
"\l:,i^\ ;Vu, HnM,^!l!ih!iH..iii'^l'.,'e l."V. ui-,ht. He ., awfully nice ami I do hope you will like
He m-i-ib ,1 V.   fy 'h - b m.l « - cpm ei ine w.h <.Hk*
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I far . I ine.in Mr. Ui.minli)f*,") maj  I aslt nlnl yott
nie doiiis heie.'
"Ce.tuals*, ^Ji"S UieliarJs. I was jn*t, nh-icadiiU
Dai n iu '' '
"1 see jou believe in following in your ancctois' foot-
fatepi, Mi. CiininiiiiK-*." '
"And maj I ask how* jou came to be i»ore? Di'l J'on
come to meet fiiends?" 	
■•Yes—that is, no.   1 was taking u walk mi.l" ■      _^.
"Liuled by cliinbinc; a tiee?"
Thtir eyes met and they came ilatijteroi's'i* near "-milin*:,
but in-'tead she frcrw nid at him. "Hairy Ciiminim*s,
1 think jou mo the veiy meanest man I ha to ever mu.
I want vou to tot npht down tuul zo away.    Oh, piudon
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: •„   a   Ji.U'.   .'.it    Uf     ^  vsvl   s-   >«'!
like   tike we'd missi'l ber i.mio
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nun  ,b .smuum, st,.o,l.l')e.ti*'Uyi        ' ,  ,llls
II... fi■...•_'•■ of th- «.-l, -N-.s al-e « ;     '   •;V>„1, ,  s.l
AiWen ..ie,' lorn,-H-,/i'j   ,u th^ vv uiaous. ^ ,.
.„•.„! some o, t.    "11 - •!• »t -O"'1  wl]>'.,    '
«.«  wall  U    11"    '*"1-    .u»o-.»-'»   ■'•"   U ,   Ul
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^ " (> . ' \ air i.i A*,   pr- m
"iff. .ill 11K-U," sibl  the m.u.._     Xx l..m •
Am' l.fs a picaeber. e.ivlow.    Its a I i >'-
■IU.   slU'pe.1   iim.lly .iU-  .bi-biekiu            ^     >     ^.
«,yU'l tbunsehis- iifter the bv .n... «m1  ''-    r    ,^i;u.
Ml. b.s.i.Uuss     'lliev  t..Klt«..l>   p'.mi--<**'
[ice,  but   the  ib-:.r.   f.ir  r.-...bu^   no
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"If  I w-eie K .in*  to  l'leu'i   i s.-nno i  t
l-r 1*111, "Ibis, il the te\t  I si '" I I '!"'""
give  theii   iniii'.il'.    aril   I   «'_»   '.'''!' "1 ..\„', s,     i'    f    '
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Uttt m'.'s .-.err.p. io-. I'^'ur (..1 ......  ' -ud th';      la be ..«..».'(«1 b>   them
,,*, M.1  t,KMp...»T-i.     ,„.,„.,    ,,!,< bv„..'     ••^.-"hiMbebita.uo
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,u. „„„,„,,,•:  -Ul.    -    I  li-tir.'..'   of o  i   H'.imj."
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X    y\ ;iii\.   \ \'\i   k\j   »-v.i-   »*j-t.w   i.^..--    i-.—    — v ■   -
, n ,,iiKT. nu-," as ii thought came to 'iei,'"I fuiKOt you weic e.\pc<.t
m-c.ii u 1-.   i ^ ..-.   ■■ •--••  --^ ^'^.^ ,-lU(. a WOIlian_         .. ,^yQ nie cojn[. for a fliive -m th0 afternoon an/1 will     in- fiien.l.s to meet jou here."
1.e "i i e ui.ui    i'i-    - -     ,      ,   ,  ,     i.,,,,o. ,    ,^       .      _    , .. .i.    , . _  i. a *„ .,  ,i...        i.,  .,.:..i.  i.—.. :.. r.....,n ...ie
U.'hlll  lum     U w iA  .I'isiliit.ly lmi.e-
nv-a  jou at  li.ilf-ii.ibt sit,  under the bi„- oak down the        "I think there is some mistake, Mm Hidi.M*'K nml it
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ro u- is j-ou  who were invited  to meet o'.e of Tom  Wanen's
"'Wear vour  whit* aiiTNlin.  and be suro to look jour fnonds      Hy  the  way,"   he  said,   KLinum,' at bin   (hesis.
                                                                                           juvUiesi   dear      \Iw-.v s' lov ni-rlv,                         IU1TTY.' "j on did not -wear your whiti* muslin as requested "
i,«- .uroiu-'cil bv  them          "                 '                        ,.         -Toininv'." s.u.l  Ihtiv, bi.irhtly.  "I have an Idea Harry "1 ceitainly do not know what Jou arc talkinij about
„„;y:;y,:;;,r;';::yy;y;Ay^y.t «.»*^y^yy-,  .  . 	
me   .1"    | itiH^-JN    "'^^..tiy/^.'ntl^Oviinrca   arou.itl   "O TI.e lette, s weie ili.ly roeeh ed b;, the poisons for wliom
„   ,.,  „  ,   „ ,      r,\lMy Mu^'nio     IL- ai." '"-.I" free, wall lhe niaik     thej  we.e .iif.-ii.led. i.]tl.i-i'«h neither gues"e<l that fact.
f,„   th."     I  *■» not      of tlio 1-Iib't in  the li.iiul lh.it l.c"«l =«t =•*   IUlU   l!,u!; ^ ben  Louise s,w   "Pear llany" sl.c resolutelj   folded
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unit".'                            .                                                                L "it  Kit.iiulv i"  l'-etl.\'s v, lilinu-," she mused.    "I won-
'-■  ^.,M  l,ko sbme yo 1^.^^ ]~J^ ,lw wh-.t she 1,. d to ...j  to Ifarrj.    X^w, if ii had been
l'1" '"       ',".        e-'"7 I  w is'IU!  .UHl ,i-es slow    mill Lorn   Ton.   it  would  have   been  inffereMt "     Then   In   a
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ivh.it a jiloiioiw p-.MUii"!*, vvb.'t a sl."> - '
k tb'H    My  fun il*. jou  i'"1   '    ''     '  (1
Tli.re are h-ii.l th e>,'- to a.ioi.nt foi |'i   !        ^     ,,,,,„
li.ilR.upnt, bit Chii-t  his  pi on.i ul  1^   l   ''     -        __|( u    _
1 er tbem no mon-     H iv e \ ou  ...v lv     a.nv.   i<-       ^    ^
my brethren'.'    Is tin ie -oni' f 11 S   -    " '       ,\,',' ! i,-
day mid  iiiKht, ro-.iuUiiiir J--"1   w."ul '   "' "   k"    , .',. ,, ,,„
blot out? ■ Then' repent, and Christ w ill i-i-iuem-''
nior0* 'A ' ' r c,a.   Vat IM  i""
' "Wo hayo not time-for a r.ei;inoii. as l    •'. '-       _.■„,;:,„.,.
read you a few passaKes of i'{\ riyl'A'f abi.y.t .",'■   ^,y (||
ro'niler them, friends, for they  an: nighty <oi-i '
ai! in trouble;" .    . ..,„
The man .nnd the hoy Vi  the'bade seat wen'■ ^l^'Jj;"
with white, tense  faces.    The' sanie'lboi-f-*bt was
tniiid of each:—W-ha-t uiisf-en i>'o\\cr bad L-d t.iea
Place where  the kvonderfi.l  i-l("'>'   of■■f":'--'-,',u^
^vag bein's repeated;  it. aeemi-d    i'-.m- il-.i-a.  a-'^1-^-
it be that shoWaa vviili Ibc-ai, aftef aii. and -y- ' ^        i;^
tliem there for coin fort'.'    The boy's ''bin y-M'ei''' •
Put up hia hand to steady it. y . .  ^y,[,-
The preacher  lifted  his  small   I'ible.     ^''l'*5  "■  .
Paper frinseil its top.        , , ., ,,nl .vi
' "I havo selected  a few*  verses .-unl  will  rean    •■
tbey arc,"  he said.     "Some  nriAin  lbc   Mast.'!'
other** In those of His diseiples.
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bis. band   act'
bevou'.l: the ni'.-i'b fal'1.".1
.' A-i yy y.,.-;-.-i- l-.re'a.'-li
.-t   ,-ai 1.1   never   pray.
yy, .   all   of   >•»•!.      M ''
i.l-i-ible.      Ibakl.'r^A:-
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sail.."'    '"»' *vn:
3 e.taooUi  vcice,  wMh  iis  s!i.r*ht   m
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a   wli's;.'-'-
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• it woiAW i-i
Then.   al^l'eV
The  I',', lb'  ■-■
and   boy.     >•-•
Tiu>   l rea.-b
'"'-'-Y.nl -w'iVI   fallow   I
..•n„.   y-laiian   is   abol 1    lire"
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van   dan'.   I---'  «™
,- passed
., hiok.ed.
a aln'.osf
an   is'.at
as tbi'ii-i:
['.(.. .man
aal   aave
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a wati-I'i.
a a ' Yen
Co,  aiid
■■vi bin.!.
a,,,,   .,v n  w.-" ,af iiiiil' W'l"»*  »>»«■}•  kluw ;**   'k'1^ tl
;;   i„„- -ceil an i^e I.mi. .1 w.erU.-i's hand and
';,;;!:„,,  ,,.   ..   bin.....'  uo  and   ,™n«  Un-  axe-
.r y'l\      !,., ,1 t, it     She w .- .-rareful-M*". U lU-tu —
'. „V   ' .     know   lo   "bom      Hut  I'.i- iu-t   M.-bort.e,
' ,    ;,"V    ,1    i e ami K.s.. "bowul mo tint  1.1 h^
ttl  i.n.  tH.M   1  uii.Ul.it  n..urv   her  with   that  be-
i .. i, ., her lb -b ipiiM'i'.l -J- "liu.bie 'il -b.uk
f ,.., a ts if ,. i.Ml \'\ H-dty.iKl f-lL lisell lhe ,...i-.
*' X 1-'' I ...ll.n !' "t weeb". l"i; whenever
, , ,.,    In- "I'lK'-bl- i    ".e-"'i      She let me be-P
\;yyyX\lrh:t ittiA ..nti nu- ..u.id ii,i i.r-t,,
■,l,1lV,.'^,",;',''-,'ri;,,;rf   -   ^,„-.-nh   ..   re .-"ii   Mr  •.
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■'V-.Vm'u'.V'.'.,.,      -.vv." b„in tlu,   w,..'   l;o -.'.1
k     ..-'     1 „,. „f least  i-esi.--ian.ni.-   Ami  Hull il  bdi's-
k'U,S      l ,w   v    l.e'n»-e ■too-.ui.l' niafs a,l   rean.biok
A Mlife Sentence    a
XK niaaiuU. -Your ] Umor." ' ple.t'do.l  the prls-
••lt'  1   asb  y-'M  !l  eoiiuiiilriiu-b' ,viJJ   J'.oU
'let me °'r-'"
The' ,lud-ve   iue'ditated... , . '
•••Wli-u isklie I'oiiiimlruni?" be asb-eil.
••W.-l>   vvhv are lhe anmleiir wrlU-rs'who eonlribul-S
,„  ,.he   Herald's  prize .story contest like  tiie   feim--*
1   fi, T. i'i 1','"- ,
••Wi-UV" saiil tiw .TudiTC. '
..ra-Mise"    exobiiiusl   lbc   delinquent...   anxiouslj,
..,     '.!.,'.'.,' ho' 'he'' - -t'lev an- after  10.TIW."
'-MmmAsom-d for life!", tbuiulered the Mnsistrate.-
I have not been asked to wear anj particnlai gou 11 thus
afternoon. Mr. CummiiH-'s."
'"Vol. weie. for I have" lie was goins to ay  he
had a letter belonging to her in his pocket, when it Maidenly dawned on him that ho would have to coi'fi"*s tu
not only w it'iholdiim' it, but, what was far \voisi\,to
having read it.
-'1 i,o t.nlli is, 1 bave a letter that was sent to me by
mistake, and I ought to have rcpc&led it to you, but tho
fiut is I didn't "
•"Well." she said, "I also have a letter mount lor you,
and if I evci get out of this predicament I'll"	
"This isn't a piedieament-it'-- a tiee." „.•.!
"1 don't 1 ue what you call it. it's, .ill thc same."
"Mavbe I cm get down if I tiv," he .sugu-estul.
Hi  soon stood on the opposite biamh to her, and as he
iliseiit uii-lod In-r hair fiom the twig theli ej es met
'•W is,.'! it sti'ingo tint Ibttj  eouhl have made s'ilIi a,
n.'st iki ''" she as! ed
' n,, nei tl 11 >v it vvas a mistake, dear'.'"    ^^^^^^J
' \\ 1 \, il. t 'I jov :"
Win a  tin y  wen- on tena  hiiflu omo moie tiny  (.mill 11   ,1 b-lll 1"
"JMiiv   Ciimmn ^-. H*s a P»t up job- 't f ten iniiiM. t
Tb-.   suae   ui'l   lrol.,-lt   Hairy   a   letter   -.Ko.     >.s  he     after  tbe time   appo,, l. .1  for  tluei   poo. !e  tu   ... it he..,
i-pt i . d b." 1 i   -a*   'Huiijoui   wivit > Ttiiislui iind lie sure     ai ,1 not one h is i"' "''
1.,,-fi I
j.ghul "I don't <-u<'" Two minutes pas"cd "If it
i"ii t fiom HeJtj'1 wondir vvho it is fiom." Two minutes moje. 'Well. I will have to take it out of U."3
d,i eliw/e. anvw-ij, lo iepost vit " I'l.ui as the thought
stunk her. "Comlnrss, he'll think it is a letlu fi<>m
inel How ilie.i.'fill "' A pause "He "11 nev er know , n nd
I will just pe. k at the .sicii.-.tiire." M'lierenj.oji she
slo.vlv pi..(*t ed.-i! to evtiaet the hiler om e moie fiom
its cover, iar ili-r i>e» ft Ti upon, 'I have invited one
of the di.ui"t -ins tu ibne with us, and I want you to
im i r  lu-i
Aft.-i   tint  si e lead  the letter from beginning to end
.ind men    iv u! it mj: im
to logk  join   pn ttn "i, ileir.
* '0 "iu"''
Alw iv " luv inglv,
"i'LT'I'Y." "
".Tnn-iiv," C1-..1..1 ILirty, "what the deiKV is she talking about V '
He teu'id t'.e P i ver o.or, and wheu he biw Louise'^
1, ime he U' I , i    '  1 "*■   whl"lle
I la n 1 i- ii' ai the vvl ol.   httu
' WilL I call il' < p.uiv woik'" he f\i'aii)ied "I al-
wi\s thougl t T« i and l'.utv wei, sjuuh La nri" of
ii.ine, and hue thy .lie living to Iind i in in for Lou .so
iiuickly it takes a way my breath."
Suddenly lie lb.row.tbe letter down and sat up straight.
"(lee whillikiiis." lie exclaimed, "I can't ail dress this to
Lou!, 'Why. she would  think it was a let tor from mo!"
Wednesday afternoon  eanie. ' It was a' perfect day   in
early spring'.    Harry had been In the ollVe ail day   nnd
When at  last  his  work  was ended lie dee-iled  to  take a
wall: in the surrounding country.    For days the contents'    <-''ir-
I t'-uils two of then aw
Have tbu.   n At ' be I'sk.-1
hue "
• lie v oil nu in to sav"	
• i nn' I', to " iv i "thi'ic* 1 i.t I 1. i'i/o I am cons-den 1 i
fi,i. dot' IV'i s ii.lliutir.lv think jou .ic'o.ieot th.
di m "t oris * Come on :mi 1 Iu s s,ee it Lettj s. dii.a' i la
"    Motor   Acquaintances
<v/i KS. CLIMBKl! hail enjoyed so many autuiiiobiby
I ! jby ricies. With ■various .ingenious excuse.-, that
she bad completely mastered the .mut'oring' voc.al.i-
ularly and even felt a sense of possession In tlie-bor-.
vowed cars. Huriiig: a cull on a less fortunate nei.ali-
l>or one day she was enlargiu.g on the lioiiuties of her
of'that letter had been uppermost in his niiiid, but it is
certain had lie been asked why at six o'clock he chaueeiV
to be in, the vicinay of the big oak he Would doubtless
have said that it'    as purely accidental.
He glanced- at .'.is watch tor -the lentil lime witiisn O.e,
last sixty iuintit.:s. a
"1 suppose she will be here in halt: an hour, he-mmu'd.
"so I had lii-ti-r harry-"- Contrary to his -'eeis-ioiy however  Ue seateA biaiseJf on a large bowlder uuder the iree.
..•"You.Klionld do fiouie nuMoring, by all nieai-.s." she
ran ou. .''I couldn't live witliout it: 1 am so aetus-
tomedto our Lightly CliiH'iiiger that 1 siun'.ly alniu-
innto lmi-ses.    I'.y Uie Way, what is the make of yom
lnachi'neV" ■ '
••'Oil,  mine is  a llRlit 'ruiiiiing lockstiteh," said   li-J
friend, sweetly, "with heir.nier, tucker uml bu'ltoJihulq.
attac'J'.iusut."       , ...
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''      ..-A*   .'..   \-.-f
-■A-:a:. AM
:Ayyr Socialist Candidate.  Lltll'OR  I-.  !ik )-,inti...if cor.r.MuiA.  i.'\-( I".   M)TiU'-    |    I, i.'rancei L T.iiyl��'" of t-]u> town  :r   rw-.i. ���  one   0f   the   best .'of .Moyie; Ik ili-h  Columbia  horo-  \by apply  to  Lh') Superintendent  cepled   tho    nomination   on   the jof J'roVincii) Piiliiv for ft  renewal  J. W. J'itch,'  known-business men iii .Moyie.  -".-*" - ---- ��� i-....-.-^....^.   3ncia!i.-( ticket at tlie convention loi' a retnil liqu.u' licence to sell ju-  heltl in yUC.r^or hall hist Suuday jcoxicating liqunr.-i under tho prov-  afternoon. Tb was tho dc-sire oi! I hions of the SUtiiu-- ia that he-  Mr. Fitell and others* to induce J half, in' tho pri'ini-.e.-t known find  |S.\iu McDonald, tho C. P. Ik lua-1 ilesci-ibetl ^- the ,International  chini.sr, of Cranbrook to accept- liotel, situat.'d at M.-yii'. 1>. <-', to  the nomination, but that gen Liu- commence <>n the :>Nfc day of  min -steadfastly refund. Mr.; December.' lb,)','  ���li then allowed his name to be  Med.    3k- i-i now in the ik-ld,  ie *ay" In1 i\ ill    put   f .i'Lii   (  eJVnt   .tu    cany  ll.r*  a-iil  i 11  i U t"! inn.  ��� l.  commence  { December,  1     -Myp.-'.s!-.,  IJ itl-Ii C ,1 i,  'xii t. nviji  )   V'lJi'i'  al li  V  .Moyie,  ii  ���f   t  i" i  _   .    'i"  .\Ii. 1".tell liia Jived ii   jk'k--k> Cni '",;,, )Jti |i_. ..j.   j   j.   !  unibia  10   year?,   and , in   Mo} ie j \ol ( Moyie, AA'.   ���  a'jon'-. nine years.    He  worked in       '       FJi ANt ES I  i tho sawmills   on 'the   coast   aud I ir,u*vcy   M.".i  then came to Kasln, where he was  ad 5,  io';-.  e-s   nf  the  ,    ji--n.i >-l-d  'for three years in charge of the  i planers in 0. O. Puehanan's mill.  IS ine yeais ago became to Moyie  land win associated with li A.  JK it-kens in ihe grocery, business,  and then for two br tbreo years  ho ,was employed b'y .the" Moyie  Lumber company. Fi'vo years  ago he-again wenc into business  for himself, and now has ono of  the leading stores in town  nit <���-> L. T.iy-  'JkAYI.Olk  :    Macdonald  her solicito!-  mini:hai- acv.  (1 1-I..M   1   I  (Jj-ktii ic.v; i: or J tf H-o vk.m j..vj .-.  >*orici:.  '"MuiKi.i.l.-" Vim lion Mmer'il < l.iim, Minutl  iu the l'oit t-ti-U Mm.a.' ImImoii ot iaii  JCooteiiiiv-   ]i(stii. t.     '  IVInil' Iiu.itt-1 -At Arm n, 1*>I'J'* lntwcMi  <!,.- \i.iiim .unl i  ... l.a.i'J ViiiieiulCliiliiis.  TAKi: N0T1CJ- tlml J lie Climb*-!'!!! SI lulu's  Coiiu.aiiy J.in-ilial, -Von-IVii-oiifl.! Uttl.llllv,  FueWincr's C�� r;"'nde -So. )1. W, iutunl,  si\tj iJajslrem ilnte lurwl, to *M',,1> to the  Winn (������''liceoi.ler/.ir a < ul.:'(��*>��� of 1*��i>ioii;-  l-i.-iit.-, for the parj.'i-i' of nl'iiiiijms n -Jioiiu  O'riiiiUif the u'hjh' I .uli*".  And Jurlhu due nut.i.1! il.nl ni-tlne, under  "��� etion !>7. uiusl Ij.-cn'-iiiU-i.iL'ii Wfoiv tho is-  "1-uiK'O of   biieh Cirit.tJeaU  of lini.rovcwieiit*.  Jiutfil tills llh -im o! -ej-lti'iVr, A. 1> , l'M>,  '  Till-: CAM Di'.IAS' MINISi. ( OMl'A'v'Y, lrT��.  Sb L>. h.  t'ji.u-u'"*' a. maci-jiy.  Agm.t.  Xkl.TK.  LI QUO It LlCkNCE XOT/GK,  �����  At tlie Cliorclies,  ���  _ * o  ���|   ���    LOCAL' ASSAYS^ '       f,  W , , '���(!/'  ' ^\5*$$&*s'$$$3S��-5$S.5$S,.��.$.-5:$i5-5~  rt- - ''  Miners' Union meets tonight. \   .  ���R. J. Colter has gone to. Mexico  to spend the winter.  i i  i   '"Sandy" MeFarlane and son are  itome from their eastern trip.  GalliJi'er "For--MeBride.  ^/ 4,"'^a(1'{ier> who represented  Koifcenny iu.the Liberal interest'  for two Parliaments, has openly  endorsed Mr. MeBride*:* policy.  Tn   an   iatorvie'sv  at'Ottawa :Mr  catholic   'unLTR.CH  .   The1!^ will be the regular morning and evening servi-jes 'Sunday.  Morning services   at   10-  o'clock.  Evening services.'ab 7:30   o'clock.  ,   ���   ',      FATHER'H. BECK  r o '        '        '     - '   (Priest.)  Take notice tlml T <intend to  apply to the Supmutendenta of  Trovineial Police, after thirty  days f com the first appearance of  tliis notice for ar renewal of my  licence to' sell intoxieating liquors, under the provisions of tbe  statutes iu .'that.' bclialf, in the  premises described as the ' Cosmopolitan Hiitel, Moyie, B. G.  '   ALKX CAMPBELL  "  ]>ated this 20fcii'day of October,  A.-Do.lflO-li  LIQUOR   klCEXC.k   NOTICE.'  &���   . If    .!..���  I* 'I if.'  ".    i ��� r) i     ik  "i j ������ & >   l* i  wi. jf fc-i   iL;  ". ���! ,;��� (A  'J. W�� *,"'   i<, ..  ���** % in/'' '  wi'v ' U*   v *'  ���*��� , .   J   * I)  TiSc'V i'1 ' > :  ihJ i   ' ( tf If  7-../'  ; t  - .  .I.  }��� -  t   Air   a   r>  n- j     .��      -. a~.     '���   iU   "-u   mcofvietv  ac   Ubtawa ���Mr  }   W. A. Rolhus and wife of Cran-.,-s,,,;,,      <.,   . ���,. , ..���  -.1 ���-.... ��� ualJiuer satd:    The   t?pnp���   ,r-n-ii-i  brook were in. Movie Sunday. -��� k .'    kk.       B��ueiai  opin-  , -���   -n     n     , . . . "  ion-  out   in   .Uncish" Columbia is  ���j   Dressmaking-ami semnff..of all   bhat \ve  caanofc have   too  m  K.nd,.    Apply to Mrs. A Peacheyk!niihvays to open up the .country,  ���I   think   that   Premier   Mc  METHODIST   CHURCH  .,  Union service,' ab 11-o'clock, a. m.  Sunday  school  and "Bible    Class,  3 p.m.    Evening,service, 7:30 p. m.  ;Mrs.    'S.   G.    Diaylock   arrived I and . I   think" that   Premier ^-11Evonin^S^^f5; '^ Local Op-  home last Sacurday from^he east.   Bride's policy concerning the, ''Ca- 1 �� ^ceG(li- Anniversary  f  Mrs. .(Dr.)  As-*lestiae and  Miss Pad,iaa Northern  wi'll   bo  accept-'1 U��*      '  Edith Hawke iefc last Monday for  abIe to-the province.   ' ''Mclitide's  election" annouacpuienfc ,"was  not,  ( altogether unexpected,"continued j  jM"r.,Galligher.     ."The entire prov-  Aince had'.been   especbingf   ifc   for  )*c,mo iJaje.,'  TVhnb the'jPvomier   is  bread���bettor    bread-.Piirifcyi- SmW it" *^'f*n^"' -^f"^i  ~p ',  '. *    ���   timber limits still  remains   to   be  seen.    He has  had  a* commission"  enquiring into  the,- question   for  t-ii vN!iii<),f)K* 'i vvn nis'rnicr.  distjhct  oKJ-OfTHHtiS iUVI-hJS, KASTKOOTTNAY  Tiikc notieo tli.'i! ICoimetSl F. OxN'J ol Mo.no,  Jl. ('.. on (iiuilioii, Cit-rk, inti'iids lit u|'|ily for  Ii.'imi^iou io iiitriOiiiM- the Jollovrlng ihseriljt-1  liustl'-:,- L    '���   *  Commcuciug at a ]ki!-i ]ilnnttfil osv emit sl.le of  lt.<;. S.Mitheni Uiiiijv.iy, 0;>->hmU*, ihu is*. ��,.  t-orncr of J^fit ."5A00. Un-iicc eA��t 40chaii'iH, tlieneo  louth jOi-hiiJns, thenci'. wo��t I'lchiilu-i'-'iilori: or  less to iuiehmi-i vvhh the'11 ('. ridmhern  Itnihv-iv survey, Un-nre no-therly ill elinini  more or loi.N A!tmj-',Hnhl buuudnry to jilnec'fjf  cijmmeufcmeut.coiu-i'iiitig mo ucrt-d moro or  less.  ��� '     ,     '* ' K-ENNKTII F. OXI-ftV.  DnleJ, SoptcuiU'rlStli., 19W.-'1    '  CJiAXKBOOK r.A.Vti Pf-TBrCT, PPrRIfT  OF SOLTUEJIN IH^Ij-HiN, KA>T KoOTKXAY  Tjike iiotSec ijmt f, HoU-rt Johnston l.c*uiwx  of .iioyii?*, ft. p , oceu-.ntlon, i��ii>cr, inteiuli io  apnly f(Sr ]er:nK,3oa to imrcl-.nse tlio folloiv-  iusde��orlbc��J,!��;iils: ',  t'Ommeuciiig at a pet planted at X. JJ. corner <if [nvemplloii !!7** i:i n'xoniljerly drr-eilon  tihont 3 miles from Ciia.in, B. C. on efts!. Wile uf  Mojlerh-er. S.irveyoil lot on .north fhlc P'Si-i.  JT. IV. pnvt j,s nlxiiu l'S cli ft In-i vvcm of S, K, corner of lot 9AS3. ^humjc cas-i :*0 -ii-aiu/i, ;:i<-itce  south /.JO chliim, thenee wcm M eh��j*ii,i, t!i..-tn*u  norlh :H) chiiins ip polut offorniii'eiiceiocu: ahd  .'.   PREMIER-OF BRITISH   COLUMBIA''.  1       WILL BE IN MOYIE:  Saturday/ Afterriooi  a   ' t> \  lake notice that yve  intend to  C0:,talnI"& ^^^".^orcnVu-u  nvW, to  tho'.Suporintondent of \ Ddtc. ^XS0UNbT0X LKNS?X'  Provincial    Police, . after   thirty]  days from''the first appearance ' of ,  Vancouver  I>r, Coffin was "np   from   Craa  * brook t|iis ,*\yeek   on professional  , ^business. ',*   '  . ,1-vote     the    cbiinctA-ii'iuu. '    nruioi  'Crowe ]3ro.s  ^ C. J. Evans  is   home  from  the  ��ev. J. W. 31 ILLEJj; B. A.  ' , (Pastor.)  this notice, for a r.enewal   of   out-  liconce to   sell 'intoxicating  Hqu-  our, under the   provisions  of  the  statutes' in   that   behalf,,.in 'the  premises' described   a's tho  East  Kootenny IIotel.'Movie, 13. C  - '  - ��� MpTAVISU -Jb   CAMEROX. ..'  Pated this 20th, day   of   October  A. I?, 1900.   .      ,  t.    r ._ ,' D, 'i  j.'0-iirE.  criUKCir.  Wliitehsh country, where be was  some time.     If,  as   a    result   of  this, the lumbermen ojr? the  province support him in0"the  election.  doing work on bis,claims.  Harry Kelly, bartender  at the . __   _ ������,  Central Hotel, was east as   far  as';lle wil1 bavo a very  strong  fol-  ^Laclcod this week. . '       I lowing,     in any event, of course  "   Mr. and Mrs. E. OA Karam  were i ifc.is  Praetically   certain, that  he  visiting with friends iu Cranbrook ! V?U1 g0 back wioh a   'good   major  ��� i,�� R.���i _c .1 .  _...   , it-.v."  ity  tbe first of the week,  i   Hugh     Cameron,    formerly   of  Moyie, but ��or some   time  a ' resident of Spokane, has taken charge,  of a sawmill in Montana.  '"A daughter  was   born   tn . Mi-.  and Mrs. W. C. Oliver last  Saturday, October .".Oth.  '   When thinking  of your   Xmas ,  puddingy    you   must  necessarily jbrook ]:^t  think of Crowe'j3ro-s.  Next Wodiiu-s.Uy will   be   payday at iho Si. Eugene.     The  amount of the payroll is $.'37,000.  ���   A. S. Roberts',  Roberts <fc Mt  act  thi  of   the   fu-m  Macdonald the. Choice,  M.  A.   Macdouald,  of  the   law  firm of Harvey, McCarter &  Macdonald, was the  selection  of  the  Liberal convention held  at  Cran-  Tuesday night.     Dr.  l^ing, the  present,  member,   was  j nominated,' but declined'the' honor,  and  pi iced  Mr:   Macdonald'-s  name before tho  convention.     U.  Campbell, of Moyie, seconded  the  PKESUVTIJHIa'a'  i, Union, .Ssrvico" iii 'Methodist  \Ar��wu-'-��*. ii.^U ��� Si'mdav.  school��at2.30 p. m. - Bible* class  for "'young men and women 2-30  p. m. Evening Service at 7-30 p.  m. Evening subject, ����A Lost  Vocation."    A hearty welcome to  aii-.   ,   ���   ' ' , :  LIQUOR' LTCEXCJ'], NOTICE:  REV. H. WHITE,  (Pastor.)'  ���vootcnay, wir-i down to Nelson  an 1 attended the MeBride meet-  \ns iA Lint city Thursday evening.  Bev.J. W-MLHer.of the Moyio  Methodint church, was down to  Nelson dining the week attend-  th '  tion  Postal Receipts.  Methodint church,  was   down   to       ACf.n,,fV,       *.    �� I  Nelson diuitig   the  week  attend-   oUhTt*^?���"*1   rP,nrt   A'"��m  Vhe sllnday Sjhool and Local  Op-  ou^t^Z^T^T'1'^  <'^ttt\t^  tion convention.                                  |.   J,' la tlie ,ja������er Can-idian city   ..r�����brouk i--i.-,!ir,,k                     I m lhe watter of gross postal   rev-   N"r,h "'^  Miscellaneous.  -  Nicely fimiiihod  room   to   let,  suitable fur two.      Apply to .Mrs  Chamberlain, Campbell street.  FOR. SALE���Two room house,  furnished. Also about 'six coids  of wood.    Apply to li. Ungersma  Nicely furn'khed room to rent.-  Mrs. Ban Brosseau.  FOR S.VLE-L-u-gc "Jewell-  cook stove Apply to Jus.  Roberts, Minert,' Union hidl.  '      "METAL   MARKET.  Inkw Yoniv-nar   silver, 51    cts  Load $17.1     '     Copper, 13   cts  ' Loxuox-Lead ��y.it    u ;>d  Stock Quotations.  rcjKisiiK-j   Ii;-   f!i;Al.K A   Kl.WICI.r..  *--T-��>����-i��ot:��w thfi-k r,,-ntom] hn  apply fco the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, , after, thirty  days from the fust appearance 'of  this notice/ for a renewal of my  licence to sell intoxicating liquors imdor the' provisions _ ot the  -statutes m that behalf, 'in the  premises described 'as tbo Moyie  Hotel, Moyie, 13. C.  PIKLIP p. JOHNSTON  Dated this 20th day of October  A. D, 1900.  ,-tRAJ**in00KI.A'.D DIaTKlCT, DfSTlllCT  OFSOOTIfEIJX UIVIdlON EAST KOOrKX.W  TAKK N0TIC8 that Alfred tx*e* KMlrou ol  Trail, B.C. occui>Rt(0M, rvflncry man, liititiJs  'o iijiplv Jiir r-��riii!M,ian to puri-li^e tlio /i>i;p��-  iiiBtlei.prH-i'l Imidti  Coinmcncliii: nt'*., pp^'|ij��n{cil oa tho mkitli  ."���Lie ol (Voylc rivi'r in a uortli ivw^ertr f'l'ci-  tion, one, mile lro':n Klug^-aio, xi. C. iut-'uw  Miith 20chains; tHuuee ivc*j.t 2p chains t'hcin*.-,  north 20 t&ainafo-.fojie rivcr; thtuc* following saStl river 20 chains (�� e��� e.-Ut^rly <5lrcct!fiji  toi-oint olrommcuctrraeiit mid cotitAlnsiit- 40  ncrcs more or lu-s".     , '     s  '    ," l       \Lri\En l,KE-KUA&6x~=~-  (Agent rar) AUx-rt EiiniU*i-at. ' '  Dated Augu>,t Mth, 11-09.  *.-**-���:ti=.t_  Just Arrived  a large consignment of ,  "���   >" ,���    /-   And,Will Address a "'  -"  y. Public Meeting jri M.offey  Hail at ,2 0'Clock.  , ,    . {   -' :..   y    , ,*   ,  Mr.';'; .Thomas,'' uyei  ,   .Conservative Candidate.i'ur this 'Ridir.t**  mil ALSO ,BE PRESENT  AND  ','''���   ' a y LADIES' I'NVITbD '  ���  ���    '   .o<       "'    ���*       ,       ' ��� -  Everybody . W;el  Fruit, Confectionery, Smokers'' Goods,  ' Full   Line   of-  Stationery ��� and Fresh  ,    ,    '  '. ,       ��, Fruit in Season.-      .   .  ��� v ' ���    ''-Special-   >  Aypiamoifd, Point KouutDin Pen   and. a   >U0>l\letvk  1   '     Insurance Policy all'for-s^.fiO  XOTIOE.  1 s r  Take notice ' that I intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  provincial Police, after ��� thirty  days from the first appearance ol  tbu notice, for a renewal of V���y  licence to soli intoxicating liquors,  under tho provisions of the bta-"  tiUes in that behalf, iu the pre-'  tm_es dc-oribed as tbo Vuhk  iiocoJ, Yahk, 13. C.  1   .'     John v. arniiox.  Uated this ISth day of  October  a. D. jaoo. ���  ���niOKe  A. SMITH  P03tD3Sl3    Bl03i  MOYIE  incluclincr'  Kippered Herring  Finnian Haddies  Smoked Halibut.  rf *r -^���^'xte->fc->^. >^ x,-^^ >*.*-<����.���>��.��� *����.-:?r^5!->..���>�������>*. ������v^,^''J  0  BURNS  " MOYIE,  0  COLtd  B. C.  .  yjy     P. O. BOX SOI * I-HO.VU  Sty  I East Koolena^ Betting Co..  Cranbrook,   B. C.  GENERAL FLOAT  e����.o. _   Montreal     comes   second,  Wi.m,PeB   third   and   Vancouver  $,ioiirtlj.    InKritUh.Oolurabm Nel-  %-5-S-3 jail  ft  builduigs to b0 completed iu  V^'t     i     , ���-      A.ll_^  me bclore winter closes iu  JJlll  A--I,'  Vi  b7.00  '.il.CO  (J.  j 1-2  1 10  7  (Jl ^  25  rlhc C. P.   R.   has   reopened  it  distiit-t passenger agency ab  Ncl  Angelas.  A Dei  7    "ver  tiacher   showed   the  son, witlill. (J. McKeillie iu charge I       ulen ll C^A <>? billet's -faniilha  -,. .-.' ' ___'   . ..       ' ���  fal-* j picturt   ���  Chicago is to havo tho world �����  gi o.itest railivay station nt a c fc  of twenty-five million dollars,      '-  mi %'  "if 11  An injunction'has stopped operations at tho Kepublic mine in  IJcpublic.' .  A  'report   from '.Dawson   saj a  lhat    the ���  -iiiggcnheiin    dredgesj  have cleaned up over two  million'  dollars iu, fc'olJ tin's ye.ir.  I i��-.��'f. ".rue Angelus," and after  |�� ttiU disuLssion asked them to  ��'��'ice the story told by tho picture I no following wn^tho production of a ten-ycar-o'ld boy.  Hsaman and a lady picking potatoes. The six-o'clock whistle  blew and they rjuifc."-  Wait for /'Cousin Kato."  ���Siji-iu-- On'  Bouse For Sale.   ;;  FOIt- SA!.;!-:���ji'ive' ,.O0)n house  with wash ho-.igo-' attached. Good  well ou inoperty. Also chicken  house. Will .soil cheap or'rent.  Apply to'O.-Jf. Turner, Moyie.  UQL/'OIl UCKSCE N'OTt'CK.  ThoC. P.   ll.  h0tei   !lt  about to lie doubled   m  !"mHjl   lAAc-y    that   beautiful  "������wlyc.m.^yivlHdnrinde.Ktki  '-i''Tiii^rof,in1(���nas a star   b���tl,  ( '��   I-''��idij]i    and   X,;w   York,   jiaa  W.<>,  nndjlji'ousacun.aby L\l(i   m:inHgco.,-nt  '".s   ''^t.Mdli.f Mo,-h,y.II.l]|forf)11(,,1j,;ll,|   (Sa.  | -v.iLiy, N,'.'v��m!..,.r   ���>])_  POSTAL    PHOTOS.  '���I'l-jiaken specialty of Postal Phott) wiirk. Prices, A  for 50 cents," or $1.25 a dozen.  DEAGON.  Take notice that r intend to  npnly to tho Superintendent of  Provincial Police after thirty  days from the first publication o  this notice for a renewal of my  licence to sell intoxicating liquor-,  by retail on. tho premises known  as.tho Central Hotel in Moyio  VJCTOIt DJS.SAULaV'fKll.  Dated this -20tli day of October  A. J)'. 1009.,  STOP AT TliE  COSMOPOLITAN  -a~j3,  \ty  w  f  Man-nfaoturers   of all  kiiuU of crtilujnftul  bcvoragCK.    AVc sjiaro no oa'jxmiso  ioh^  our ^ood s the bos I on tlio niarkot.  There are  others, But!!  n  I  A  l\  n  n  .}  n  ,\  v I >Sf^:^i t^i^i ^i i��i -<i^l iZy. ^- :���� ���**���  ^>w***^-*^**>^*-��^-'^*^*^k*>s*:>r<?>c->tor-  a* A,r ^.s-s �������-$>I  -*��.���>��.. >v*^  XVHEX IN  es  for  Rent  'i-  i w  MISS VLORA  PIANO LESSONS  PI. C. s A L iVI O -N  <>i Cr.-inl;rook  O'lione^r,;'.)  i-'ic weekly  o ro.jins,  Two rooms,  Three rooin^,  l'*'Hir nx-pis,  $'0 a inoni.li.  $-1-0 a month.  $12 'Tin on Ui.  $a5 ,-i in on th..  CKANBROOK  ��-.". .-jAuAi.r..'*��la���aKor#  .CooJr-om*,,*Bo6d UbloH'nnj   ,)Jlr  and arst class sample rooniH,'  The Waive  Icecream Parlor.  ',-NOW   OPEN  Drewry Buiiaing  Wm. Jewell  Express and General Delivery Business. Liyery and  Peed Stable.  iWOOD    AND    COAL  Moyio,  For Sale i'  l.cnvo Orders nf,        -  C!Wynne's' S'orc,  Biitish  Go.timbirt  O'jo  DKSAIJLXri,;,;,  '''".if.nii  a:  arc, reaoy U, move inp)  P. J,   SM3JTW  Dr. JL E.   HALL  DENTIST  "ic f'xpcrl  Crown   aiid   Bridge  Worker.  :)I-:i.lVKj-y  ix&am.  V-  D  eons' Avfi  Ai.'  ^hiifi- ov'1''  Wall'       Tn.  :!i:-.!i'ori'��' Ave.  Mr  Ml i or (  IS I ore  Cmnbroo!


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