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Array wm  J>''  /  y  ./  1-    br'-'  t.      w:  tf,  -< 1.  *u  (Pi  WJSjlfi  Vi'iKii Oi'   Xj/IAj  fwas never better.  �� let us  hhow  them  to yo".  jjnT the Jeweler.  m^&Am&a  If you wani a large v��:iAy  to choose   iron;  don't  fail to  look over our  line of XMAS  gift*.  W.   H. Wilson, Jeweler. '  th.  NO. 3:..  MOYIE,   15." C  NOV. 20,1909.  S3 A  YEAR  IliO'iA.'  3.  Cold Days Are   Coming.,  * i '  Jtt prepared with warm reliable ��� undervear  ���    for  the  winter.  t  lfive bought very heavy and arc offering  ^ ' very  fal lint.* iii nieii.s' heavy underwear at $2 per .suit,  Walson's Unshrinkable.",  i i " i  i- r ���  FOR OUAT.ITY.  THE LIE IS   NAILED.  Attorney General Bowser Calls Bluff  of  John Oliver.   White Labor  Clause  Is There.  Hon. W. J. Bowser, attorney general, has called the bluff  of John Oliver; the Liberal leader.. Mi". , Bowser puts the  matter so concisely that il now behooves Mr. Oliver to, either  "putup'orshutup.!" At a,meeting in Vancouver- a {zw  uights ago Mr.' Bowser said: ' ' ' , o   ,  "r sec- Mr Oliver at Kelson wants to bet mc $100 that there is "no  white labor, daiiseiii the G. T,'}'. agreement- Well, I will raise him lo  <10(XJ  for I have a copy'of thp agreement here with it in  '' I .   __ .... ,      .        .        ���.. .     ..- ,.C 1.1  Flayed   Opposition.  .'���������f'.'i.  ,Ntw York,  -I*      -  ��� ���"���     d      .11  Cast;'  f  jssell's  Club Special Cigars.   '���",'..  Invtl Toeeivcd another case of this well-known  picv'ars.aud will offer Ihem for saloAvhilo they last  foilttwing 'prices; 1,000 .lots ��05.00; "boxes of 2oj  Valler lots 10, Z Tor 25 els. . ,..���"���",,    ,  'YNNE'S HAZELWOOD PARLOR. .  OQS.  tesh  - 'f-  ������  ''     ;The .Elections  are Hot   ��� ;���_  |ht but you must "have 'blankets to keep you warm  - '    7 'these cold nights.    - ,      '   -  '''   " .     V ��� ��� ' '  *  J!'axe showing a dark grey kind,,3good,and servit-  Kv       , able at S3.75 per  pair.   ,  Out Special  Swhiic, all wool, blanket, 'size   68x84..  that  Be price. ���' $6-00' per pair.. ��� . -Trust us fcr,thc  - .     Get tbe'hatoitb 's Go to  CROWE BROS, &C0k  is '.'.well  quality.  "i AcJ&l  ��we can offer vou"some"'excellent investments 'hi fcnVl fo?  ^UiuonU,i;payn,^sof'$5.00 - ^'K^",  '    ^me��U today,   it   is sure lo increase m ���1��eaiid is per- .  'fecUy safe.    Invest*your "savhivftf wlJi  ��� hill' information. <    . ��- * -  -"riiy1''*���1^*', cp *���������"  .. juCI.,^  * j���  He & ELWELL'.  ,Cranbrook, B. C.  YIE.  W'^s  Get Your  ALL SHOE  and keep your feet warm and dry.  Rubbers of all descriptions  I    grant    it  i->  ii ot in the salute ami Mr. Oli.cr know* why, or should know.     The rea-     .  son is tliat if it were- there Ottawa' would disallow our act'. - But  we   lnu e  it in a hiiidiiij,' agrerment'aiiil Ottawa cannot disallow that."  The' agreement in which this clause appears, is on file, in  the attorney general's department at Victoria for .Mr.7Oliver  ofvMr. Wade or- anyone else Who has any curiosity, on, the  subject to'see.''  It reads as follows:   ��� '��� "     , ,���   -,  "Now  therefore, this agreement witnesseth thai upon the request of      .  ' His MajeMv the King, i��� fulfilhne.it of said undertaking and in consultation'of said'ekemptioi.   from taxation,' the Grand Trunk  Pacific  Railway  companv for itself; its  successors  and   assigns, ��� hereby , covenants   and  -   .agrees with lib Majesty the King and his successors that 1? the  coiistrtc-  '- tion of said railway within the province of   British Columbia... Triute   later ;   ,  ,  '   shail be exclusively.employed by *id railway .company    its   ~��^"'  agents, servants aud assigns,' inlets otherwise permitted by   the   heuto-      ,  'ant ffovernor in council."'       *       t t ��� ('       '     .     '  '    This agreement was negotiated February,   29,   1908,^ and-  signed by".William Waimvright,o A'ice.president,' and  Henry  Phillips, secretary, on behalf of ' the   Grand   Trunk   Pacific  Railway company, at Montreal,  ou  December. 16,, 190s,   m  the presence.of Darcy Tate, the company's solicitor.    , ���   _  '    Ndt only has'the-government such an agreenient 'fromr the  Grand Trunk Pacific, but Its effectiveness is shown , by"the m-  t^iews with Sir Charles Rivers-Wilson, ;late   president ��� -of;  the Grand Trunk railway,'gave out a, few  months  ago' a/ter  he had visited'Victoria ia  'au  effort to' mduce   Premier Mc-  Bride to relax.the terms of,the agreement murder to 'allow  of the employment of Asiatics  on\ the .construction    of   the  company's line in British,Columbia. ,  If "as Mr' Wade and Mr. Oliver say there is nothing in the  way of ah1 agreement between die' province "And the Grand  ^ul-Paic-regarding,the employment of white labc^ ex,  ^^il-^^^.d^^istrnqtiffli-oFthe  l^^^^^O^^om^^   the terms ot  SaCementwkh the McBridc government.  W'  Hi)  There was scarcely a shred of w  M. A. Macdoaald's ai-gumeafc )efc - \f/  against MrJJride's railway policy \ff  when W. A. Macdonald got W  through with him at the meeting w  last1 Monday night in ZUoyie. M. w  A. Macdonald, the I/tberal candidate was so flayed that he did not  again care, to go the- platform  against, \V. A. Macdonald,. although he had an opportuniny of  doing so at Cranbrook Thursday  night. t       ,   / '     "  lc was a big meeting, but , it  was entirely,free from uiaorder of,  any sort. ��� Mr. aveii explained  his position quite clearly why he  is the logical, candidate in",this  campaign, and why he was in  better position t'o represent all  classes than was either of his op-,  ponents. He, was in every way  in accord with McBride's railway  policy, and especially with' the  clauses pertaining to the employment of white labor.   ' ,"-   '   ���  M.'A. Macdonald put in his "allotted ,30 , minutes endeavoring  to show wherein the railway policy of John Oliver was superior  to "that of McBride'p. He talked  fast and, furious and - made the  /best'possible use of his,time.   .  James Lemmon; a local Socialist  spoke on behalf of J.- W.' Fitch,  the     Socialist'   candidate.'  ./He  painted a' gloorii'y picture  of the  condition, of the working,   class;  and pointed out that/the   only  solution to their difficulties was  the voting of the straight Socialist ticket',    lie  .went' out > of bis  way to take a slap at Mr.  Good-  eve, our  present member 'in  the,  'Dominion house.-    When' he  got  through he"was asked  to  appolo-  gize for  this, but^ 'refused.   Mr.  Lemmon.   is v hot "'a    citizen , of  fclie  ���^s "**v.' "w >^- *^.- >������� >��-�������_��� >���_��� ^.. x_. >^r >v^. y ^ -**.��� *������� -^.- ���<*.��� ���*!��.��� >fc- "v.- "*����� �����*.��� >*.��� -v.?s-  M/ ., /fly  Trunks!-!- Trunks!!  Largest and  Newest Stock, ���  c  Real good trunks at a very   little price.  "i  '���   .32,   34, '36 inch dark green,  . < '     ,     ' *~ '  ' waterproof rvcanvas ' covered,  lash   slats,   .leather, straps,  3v brass' lock, ' one'  fray with  -  .' 7 hat compartn'ient, fitted with    ,' ,  the celebrated ball brasses,in '   '  .  tlie corners.-.. ,   , ��� r���   "  MacEaciiern & Macdonald.  ��>  /ft  /J\  /J\  fa  'fa  /IS  ��>:  ./is  /j\  /j\  fa  /IV  m  as  a-  ,/h  -fa  ���fa  /i\  fa  ���S^'S^'S*-'^ h 'S^'?*";^ ,3^,S<,SV ���^������Sv-'S^'!!!b ^ -5'j  Fire Hall Statement.  A Promising' Property  ' At' a meeting o'f the Fire Brigade1 held on the nth, the books  were audited and found correct,  and with a balance on hand of  $-16.72.   \ ������" ,     ,    ?",'   .    '*  RECEIPTS.     '    , '  Biilatice^eceived from '  R. Campbell, -    '   .  Collected,   .    .  5 64.45  539:00  S503A'5  ant  prices  right.  COME AND SEif US  REGARDING PRICES  \!/  \L  Hotel Kootenay  Tho best of accommodations  for  the Traveling  P^Dlic>  Billiard Hoonia.  Large add Commodious Sample Koonie.  3-  r*  ' British Columbia.-  1 * ii*.  T A O'Farrell, one of the most  Sifted writers 011. the American  continent, pays the following  high tribute to the fair, province  of British Columbia: '  'At is au interesting and curious  fact that British Columbia'has  Uie lowest taxes, the wisest executive .and the most progressive  parliament of any iu the world.  Kiehty-sevon per cent of the  revenue of the country is supplied  from royalties. Kspandln8 revenue's and increasing surpluses is  the story told year after year to  parliament by its finance minister.  The government is suffering from  Rll embarrassment of riches    And  all this perhaps beciuse its able  fluaucomin-wter happens to bo aa  ll.L,hm'.vn1.uul the P-'ime nnnister  who has guided with cousumuiat.  Hockey" league.  The Moyie Hockey Club have  taken over the skating riuk from  the local syndicate that built and  operated it'last winter. The club  intends giving, a concert about  the first of the year.  A meeting is proposed ��� to be  held'at Pernio the fore ,part of  December, when all the teams between Moyie and Lethbridge will  be organised into a league. Moyie,  *lie" country,   and is   xiot-.on  voters list. ,  W.' A.   Macdonald'   made   the  speech of the evening.   He jollied  tho crowd, and was  given   round  after, round of applause as he tore  into the arguments of the former  speakers.   The "wage slaves"   he     ^  pointed out were not so badly  off j fireliall,  as his .friend Lemmon would have ..   Hose, 150 feet,  the people Relieve,  aud cited instance  after instance  when men  who are now at .the top  started  at the very bottom of the ladder.  DISBURSEMENTS.  OlacKachern Macdonald, lanterns amVoil.  >���.'<. ,- >  ���   ,. ..���.^.*axii,_iL2��^ia��jK>i*"i>.��.*V��:'VQrai,^i*,--nAihi,�� VM-Arf     -L.i .. ��� j' "n  'VLedger, fyle and stamps. o M  J. \\'. Fitch,  tar paper and nails, 6.25  Porto Rico Cumber Co., ship-  lap, 7       _   *  ���      fr ��� 23.95  Rubber coats, helmets,ietc;       27.6o  JlacEacherii & Macrlonald, Hre  buckets,  etc., ,  J. P. IAirell,  repairing  ' Single handed and aloue Joseph '  Cosavello is  developing   his ' two-  ''claim's; ' which   are   located   just  about a mile north,of town.   The  claims are the Bico   and   the - St.   ,  Peter, and he has spent  the  best?  part of the past year working on  them.   .   Both    are'   full' claims.'  T.here i3 a tunnel in over 100 faebr  50 fee��t of crqsscubs, sand another   *  L50 feet of outside .work.     Iu  all  "  ,   1 Mr/' Cosavello   estimates ,he "has  * 6;,����  "i):$2,006 worth oE" wovk done. ,At<j '.  several places, and  he feels, cciu-.  Ifident he ,will  have v a  very valuable property when  it 'is  opened  up    thoroughly.       l>ti'b   it ^is   a  heavy task for one man, aud  Mr.  Cosavello    would   be ' willing , toE  300.00      take in a pVrtner  if  suitable ar-  154.90   '  rangemonts could be made.  22.45  MacKachem & Macdonald,  stove,  J. W. Fitch, stove and pipe".  17.90  13.40  Matters  Political.  The Moyie Liberals held a meeting iu their committee rooms  Thursday evening.  .  J W- Fitch. Socialist candidate  Cranbrook and Feruie will be in keld'a meeting in Cranbrook on  the western divisiu.    Lethbridge, j the ioth  , S556.73.  Since the b'ook3 were audited  the sum of $37.80 has been turned  in as the proceeds frb'm the hard  times ball, aud bills aggregating  Sf 20 have been paid.  Methodist   Social  MoTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors.  : /sw <v* ^  . r^v K* 'v'-" *"-* !<^ 7v  ability   tho   doA-i����  ing its fortune  Piucher Creek and Coleman will  be in the eastern division. -Harry  Kelly, of the Moyie team, was  east along the line a few days  ago and saw most of the teams.  From what he could learn there  will be somo lively matches this  winter.  Ic is understood the Lethbridge  Brewing   company will put up   a  0f   B''!tish S200 cup to be played for,  ' *, , ���.i.n w  now   sliap- . -���-  Columbia, and *ho.^   ^   ^  of     Iviclru-d  old  Irish     nam-'  For Men  and Boys  . -      ���fr\PS ever .-veen "�� ^hc wcst"  Yo have tho finest creation of CA.1 h ��J- Co., Truro  ,he product of the -Intern Cap 7M^U^     ^   ll0 e, 0IC.  J JlW.a��3��.pal.tornS. coats/^^;^'-  ���\|.( I!  vent*  ^Pb^'t:[o^.our.20C.cjniut-y-Qlo.  7 ������.-' -\ SkuifiAUrri Underwear.  r"'-"' jSli.  TUK   A'AJlvNl^111'''1'  lliinii *ur1  1,4  I  mperiaS Bank of Canada.  Ciuntal   Anthon/.cd��������� ^  _'       ....a fu.  fro ��� lUdway."�� lr 8b.ECm"s  .       -i-   f,,i- a  glorious  to-  is   shaping .it  1(>l       h     ,  inprrow." ���    ��� __j_._.__3 ���  Betigough Is Coming.  Anentertainineu^fn^eto  lave,-a,omeritisconuiigto3io>ie  luexfc niontA.      ���'��� ���    ' and  ,fcUB^kl^e^orleyhalI  Smoker   Was  Good.  Tho orchestra played "Jungle  Town," thero wero three rousing  cheers for Caven, McBride and  the Conservative, party, more  cheers   for   Camey,    Watts   and  closed by   singing      v, -.,���<.!,;������. ,���-,done.      J<  King.   Over   150 people gathered  the    Conservative    committee  Bengough, j ^001^ last night and  took : p>rt  I entertainer  Capital  Capital I'Md Up  "  fleseiwo' Fund-   a  *9  :����� 11 '���-  -n,ooo,ooo.ou  -r,.ooo. ooo.oo  [WO    Fund "        ������-rTT-ivrT*TA-  BRANCHES  IN BRITISH C0lWj\w   ^^  Ci-anbTook. Arrowhead. Golden. Knmlpops. ^��P!^  -,cottVer.  Z lernie, Nclsort, Eovelrtoko. Victoria, and Va c  1 . Drafts and Money Orders sold ova.lablc .n an5  'I part of lhe World  % .'"���.-    '.^I'viugH    ^���l1'kln'l,a,'UnCnf'Uiposit  ?.        Shtorostaliowed on deports  f."<"'i  dato  0    1M   ^ .  ^MOYIE BRANCH.      J. F. M.   P'NKHA.M^e^  evening. December  h is   ou .his: way  where he  success.  on    Tuesday  Mtli.    Hengoug  home from   A^^1*^  j 0�� a crowded  to  ��  met    with  Ho can be asuum  huusoinMoyi.;v.. _-  ' Business Meeting Called.  MoyipC;.'n��"  ;nciai  their  The       ..   ,  tion will hold a  IU,s,s iiioetinp m  vntive associa  and  busi  jixi*j     ��*- ���   �����' J.  in what was probably the most  enthusiastic affair of its kind ever  held in Moyie, Rousing speeches  were made by Judge Carney Af  Kaslo and A. E. Watts of. Watts-  burg and a short talk was also  made by Mayor Fink of Cranbrook. There were clay pipes,  and tobacco and cigars galore  and in the way of entertainment  was     lacking. Prof,  violinist,  Prof.   Busch,  All bars will he closed on election day from midnight until the  polls close at-7 o'clock.  J. A. B. Macdonald, of Moyie  spoke in the interest of Thos.  Caven at Warduer last night.  Vernon Chapman, representative of the Nelson Daily News,  was in attendance at tho Conservative smoker last night.  The Conservatives had another  big meeting in Cranbrook Thursday evening, which was addressed  by Thcs Caven, W, A. Macdonald  and Marcus Martin. Mr. Martin  spoke in behalf of Mr. Fitch, the  Socialist.  The highest possible praise is  due to the committee who arranged    for -   the     Conservative  They left  nothing undone. John Cocking,  Gordon Foster, A. P. Macdonald  aud J?. F. Johnston comprised, the  committee.  The anniversary social given by  the Ladies Aid of the Methodist  church in Morley hall Wednesday  evening was given very liberal  patronage. For supper there was  everything that one could wish  for, and then there was an interesting lecture by R?v. Newton  Powell of Nelson. There were  also some musical selections,  Clever Piece   of Work.  II. J. Cooper, a blacksmith up at  the St. Eugene, has made a-  mi ner's candlestick out of pure  silver. The candlestick is for  John Cannon, .the foreman. It  is a clever piece of work, and is  much admired by' all who have  seen it. The finishing and polishing was done by W. II." Wilson,  jeweler of Cranbrook.  1   ,  Moving to Vancouver.  FOll SALE���-MAutel folding bed  and mattress, $12. Apply at this  oflice.  Mrs. J. II. Hawke, and children,  with the exception of Russell,  will leave tomorrow for Vaueou-  ver, where they will make their  home. Russell, who has been a  member of the Leader staff for  the past seven years, will remain  here aud work on the paper until  spring. Mr. Hawke and Miss  Edith are already in Vancouver.  3  Get Prepai  nothing  Chapman  .nessmoetnt, vemnR.  and  mows next M  "    ��� hors   lire   m-  !'��U tnembei's nun be present.  neatly   HJqu''3t(.u  committee     iauigt|    and   E.  O.  Kamra, cor-  ���     A.        ��� %����� /I   1   ���*���  1 1 n nnfnrl'-'lin-  Inetist,   were a   whole  I ment iu themselvos.  entertain-  Election   Day.  In Moyie cki election day the  polling place will be iu the Fire  Hall. The poll will open at S  a. m. and close at 7 p. n. E.-A.  Hill will be deputy returning  oflice, J. W. Stewart will be Ids  assistant. Thos. Sowerbntts will  be clerk. There will be a seperate  ballot box for the local option  plcsbiscite.  for the ;next cold spell. vOur lines of -heavy  underwear,-sweaters, shirts, etc., are uu-  - excelled.  -AVe carry a'full  line   of  wool  blankets,-  in  white/gray, and all colors.    Also comforters ,  and cotton blankets.  Prices   are   the:   lowest, ; and   don't forget  your coupons.  Daylight Store.  ROBERTS & .MESSINGER  1-  ? <-  ��!'  1., -i 1  7-4  1     ' 1  A J. I  ' '���' I  , A'��i  ...  Iv'l'J  'V��*l  i-'-7{ f  /���-'  \l -A  rA*i  ml  1 ."*���  ���-���K  ��� "5ri.'i  "'y$  ��� -!���"���"&��� I  ���>\J- '. A441  ���   v*r?>VI  I- A,  7*'*" 7 "TZm  ��.,.vw.-c  .i.y^fei  ���.'.���.-.���"���SiCi^rVn.  ^ yym  1* , ���*  -   ,- -. tiifrm  ���.- ���:  , '.!,,��.���, ifipf  1.1 .,   .   ". ,. . i��  .fi ^-  '. ... "   J 'ii...uj*  ,'"*l,'l''i .    JHiS*|  U ���! -, .jj" (&'���$& I  Yi-'M' '���: A"-A'Si  Nfe-   A,-j8ftl  ...   ,'   ,"    ,';,.,5  . 1 &      'i  a i\��\  J.L-M'    \\ 34'.��  ���;���..�� \ , /. ������,- '-s-ji  vMf. ,y>pM  A,A7.7,AA7fl'||  S|i    v5'�� J-i-aMf  -FftAA 7'l'$��>i  J ,S"-  \'%$M  , a.-'iV-* ':;?a^i  -7�����  {.,-.   "''J'AAS|  , *y$$  A t  ^y.ki\  '    '" . Al  1 '���  "'>!  1  Ir ��'  ,/.'-.  ��� t>  ��� \  -j*v. J.i^fcr* ���!  'iV7��A'  "immmt*-ati��wJi_-^miuu��*rjnriagiraaij,jiatt',*""t'T'*T**** "  ���TTTE LFaa'DKH, XOVJlK THUJ^? COT.rMWTA.  .���.    .   , - .-~ ���I-*~��-~rT*g*-t��,njg*CTJ|cgf ��Tlf-^, JTY".  ISLTISXT-.SJ*'.-  _    -. T_     -      -T    = ra,'��g.1iM''-alJ*��*�����*.���*-���������" ,      r _,, .���������  r-xiciKx^u.nu> ur% encm-ir on oiu -tccx. mix  .^k<ruj*uj .waxuLvtJWji .Aj^wwiwTrcjg. .**���������*���>���*���J  Ij   J.   �����*,$ - ^Sk. >,  m torn leadeb.  4 J' llili.siied in the lu.leresl of the people ,  , of Myys<*,!>.iiiIJ5jiH JCopten^y. ���'  , be paid nut by the province as  ; tlie work proceeds   and   value  for tlie   expenditure   can    be,1  ���    i  shown.    Jn   this respect   audi  in  rill   others   cpucc-runi"-   the!  Women s Secrets  F.,).^M1YTll..P"i\l^rt^.      [handling    of  the  '  *->  rioucv  , . <a^La��!^LLAB|T>  -^STiiVo^^  ri  (. .���-  i*+f'i.  c<r cJyi"-< uii'iios  (One Yaw   ���. ���   -  ��� ; course already pursued bv the j  , provinces .-of   Manitoba,   Saskatchewan   ,and   Alberta  will  jbe adhered to . as far  as "local  !conditions   will    warrant.''���  )  There is one man in tlie Uni*ed States who has perhaps heard  more women's secrets than any other man or woman in the  country. These secrets are not secrets of guilt or shame, but  the secrets of suffering, and they hme been confided to Dr. ���-  R. V. Pierce in the hone and expectation of advice and help.  That few of these women have been disappointed in their expectations is proved by the fact that ninety-eight per cent, of  all women treated by Dr. Pierce have been absolutely and  altogether cured. Such a record would be remarkable if the  cases treated were numbered by hundreds only. But when  that record applies to the treatment of more than half-a- million women, in a practice of over 40 years, it is phenomenal,  .....:.i.... n-   !>:.....��� ._ ��l_ _.���....���1_ _....��_.4_��i i.:.*^ j,y women, as the first ol  I. O. 0. F.  I MrtAi? Tn^iiiY eveninpe i" Mc-Orenor  hull   on   Victoria  stiivt.    Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  Loi'is Coi.ux. F. J. Smith.  Noble Grand. <Sc:;r'y.  THE CANADIAN BAto  ��� COMMERCE  $2-00    :  : Premier McBride.  S.(t,1:JL()AA'. 2*'<>V., 20,   1909.  $<f f  A'pte for (Caven,  '���V ' *������ ,  m >  ft"  ft  111 \   ' "  r?S}'*1 1   *   - ,'  mil ���y  j  ���M  m    *\ ' ���  mi  A,.'  5T'(   f '  'IH''  mmi  mi  fjM   !:t  ���m  H  : i  '  1.1*.  3��r?k  Next Thursday will' "tell the j  '-tale.  .] J. W. Pitch, ihe Socialist  ^candidate is a good man,; and  j'an honest man,, but his over  zealous friends are killing his  j chance of  election,   if  indeed  j��uii wumcii, in u  {jruccice Ol  over tu years, ji .3 jiii^j  and entitles Dr. Pierce to the gratitude accorded him ~7 r.vu.^.., ���   specialists in the treatment of women's diseases.  Every   sick woman   may consult   Dr., Pierce   by  letter, absolotely without  charge.    AH   replies are mailed, sealed  in,perfectly plain envelopes, without  any printing or advertising whatever, upon them.    Write witfiout fear as without fee, to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R. V. Pierce, Prest^    .  Buffalo,   N. Y.  ��II. PIERCE'S   FAVORITE   PRESCRIPTION  3VTf��,"lT oaa   vvc��.f��.ljc  IVoxxxon  t9Hacox^asf ���  _   JSlolx. 'Women  XKreBXLmj  Ht. Kiik<'"�� l.O'l/t" *>'"��� ;,,J  K. of P.  Mri>tti_e\>ry Tlinrsdny  evening    in    .Mt-Gre^or  hull nt t> c'click.   Xit-  iiing lirolhtTs invited.  I J'. J. McAlpixk, K. A. llH.l.  K. It. aii   S.  i Cbancellor Com.  mui) oFricn. Touo.vro  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Iffanajer  ISTAB"��II4. I8���  .      *uni* -  6,000,000  1 t  On Bis Feet.  he'   ever'   had   tliat   chance.  Make Lime at-Frank.  The ' report    is   current    that  Frank is'to have -mother ltirge in-  , .. , 't   'A     o       i  ' -i tin. I     The east is cast,antl the west   is west. Idnstry.     Some   time 'ago  Joseph  According    to    the   voters';-Uisl   fc>nuaa\^  when      Com- ��� ���,   .      ., .. ...       .     r;^,���   A   m���;,.m���rp   nurchaaed  n   ���     * (���- ,.   ' ^ , Ivic,li  has   its    problem;    neither    can   Little,   or     lilainnore,   jjuiLunaou  "list there-are 2056'persons, in rade"    Gribble    advised    the I wholly sympathi/.e with the other,   in (the rock pile caused by .the great!  ' the  Cranbrook   electoral   dis-'. lurking" men lo buy Mini's ���in- j soh1'i"- :its' ��ivktion   the , west   may {slide of 1003 aud it is* now stated j  -        ; take measures too generous to   win   the  Selkirk r.i>fl|re. No. Gy  a, r. * a. .*��.  I,  Regular meetings  on the ��� first Wednesday ' of each  month,  i.  Visiting brethern welcome. ���  ' '<-.. T. McGregor, Wi M.  !)��� A. Ayi;cs, Secretary.  Branches throughout Canada, and' in the United \tJ   >   ,   |au i[a,e? and England  COUNTRY BUSINESS ^^^^  ,      ,.      ,7 others for the ir, 7     J,lrmers a0d  banking- business,    bales notes- will |,e c-;is-hC(j or 1,l,r'JA;l'-*'on 0f their  BANKING'BY MAlt a^���.,"���, ��� ^T^  Rt.bfymner'mcj  j way with equal facilitv  'cranbrook branch.  But  then' th��  There are only 23 Smiths,  7L4.day uig-ht  when, "Comrade'  .Browns and;7 Jones. Ivenion gave vent to  his feel-  ' i m i i i,  _~\     * ,        "      |i��gs in an insult to Mr. A. S.  i~   . . , I t\     .    i     . . '        I take mec  Anet  eutjtled.to   vote.     "The ', stead ot clothes it served as   a        A <���    ��� t.,  ��������� ' ��� -    , ' '. ' <,        . j approbation of the  east,    liut  tuen' tlie  uaine , Maccl/inalcV  ]ired^inin-', knock instead of  a  boost   for'e^t is east and the west is west.   Tlie  rtt'cs, there, being.io  of  them.! thc'eandidace,  'and-on   Mon-,wesl knows what it; wa,lts-    The ��i.-,t  t   o-i'rv     -i , a ' i ���   1 i        i        'tits i- i   ..   dcfesn'l know' the west, vet. '  So it'is with   the   Province  .Columbia���the , farthest    west,    so   far  that it'has created '"an atmosphere  as  if  i. '        i-  of another Canada, . eren as California  up until a few years ago possessed an  entity 'rfisti-ict froni the rest of the  .United .States. Xo, province is more  p jealous, of its f,'eo��raphical 'distinction,  no province' lias more individuality, per-  TrhCfact of  the, matter   is ^f^^ t^.-nritw,.'cii^u..  ���      . . It lias long- been the   plaything  of  cer-  Goodever M. P:*, a death blow  was struck. ' Sober , thinking-  men'wiirAiot* stand - for 'such  that he will next spring start one i ���M-._ ��� _     ������*���.    ^ .    ^    T  of   the largest huie-burning  In-j'^y1��.    Miners' , Union  dustriesin   Canada   in   the   slide| No. 71   W, F, of M.'  where the finest liuie rock in  tbe i Meets in McGregor hull overy  S��tur-  .t world lies all broken ready to  be I day1 evening.     Sojourning 'memMm  nee of Brit,\l.  dumped into the kilns.     The  in-^ cord,Ally invited to attend.  '     , ',   ' dustry will - involve a  heavy in-f^'"11 Ji��yd, .    James Roberts  west,    so   tar ���* ,     ,     , Prpiidpi  vestment arid/afford^ employment  Can'djclate  Fitch is  p. ,iycv-  , chant and sells clothing,<-' and  yet -last' Sunday   "Comrade"  ', .Gribble who spoke in his   be-; rubbish.  ���Jialf advised t]ic wprking men  to buy guns histaed-of clothes'.    ,  x'ac Ia^ ,or   tne ' ���  But;probab^'this is acedrdingj'111^' ^ d��SCr the  Provincial  ^d,''',,,;",   t   o   "��� ,.    *    '    Government's Railway Policy.'eral favor"   But BrUisl1 Columbia-has  to the CthlCS    Of   Socialism  .OS)         .. ^ .     X    now' reached; ,nan-siZe and   its   pdson-,  ality is asserting itself.  ���'This is shown in the .railway poficy of  to from 150 to, 200 men.  President.  toecrotarv  TO PKOVIXCIAL KLECrOHS.  , Harvey, ���   Mc Carter  &  Macdonald.  Bnrristers, Solicitore, Notaries, Etc ,  ��� - Notice is hereby given  for the  tan.  corporations   grown' fat   with   fed-'!informk^oa   of Voters,   t'hat   the  '.Socialists understand it.  is looked into, the more   clear  do its''benefits   appear   to the  It is apitv to  liavc a ��� fo-ood; who^e -of , British   Columbia,  I're,nier Mcnridc, who typiffes the uri   ' .,y   , .,       '        "^      ���./<!,��� ���,^,.,,  'i _������:_<���'������_   ...,A   .._���.!     !lIhh     Colu��ihia,     individual ft v  Cranbrook,   -  B. ,0.  It    is  . .... '* ��� ;,i A '..<.., ,c .  .     [ tish     Columbia,     indivitlunliiv  .sbowsppiled'by  tho cojistaut Lhc morc decisive is 'the pub-1 . -       "Kmuiuahu.  "-,..' '   "        " '     '" '     'i:���>       >,-,     i     ���      -,     r ,'   ^     sigmficant that he i.s .the first native son  cracking ;0i    peanuts.    , The jIlc s a^iLiide in its favour. ' It (of British c*oh,n,bia to rise to the Z  .sale ,<>f- cand\',  Lieutenant-Governor    in    council  has determined that the  holding  of  a  general   Election    ofTers    a   CRA.NBBOOK!  a favourable' opportunity  to  ob- ���  tain  the views of   Electors    on  the question of Local  Option.    >  For such purpose,  a  vote, will  be taken on'the  25th  of  Noveni  W, F., G-URD,  UAItlUSTJfU. SOLICITOR,'kTC.  B. C  (Chewiaggum in'opera jhouscs  -is all   right,   but 'tlie  sale   of  --^e=v-o.wv.a<\\o.a 1crNi��   since been  carmels    an'clf1 s   eacJl. ciiiy    becoming  more ����ershiP)' not, it > must   be  admitted; !ber instant, at the same,time, as  ��� ���-'*������--'-'     ��� ''   ���        ' /theVote for ftlio7 election of, can  ���������-, S*^*i-  :auce is .tolerated.  ftiie few places .where the nuis-} ce^ses to bQ- a '"latter   to   be  j discussed from* the standpoint  of party'politics at all. In a  word, it js not-a Conservative  policy or ii Liberal policy, but  a    British    Columbia   policy; |  clearly realised til at-this   pol-1 Vfith��at P^iin�� chagrin among some  icy is of so beneficial, a. nature  to the welfare of every seetic-n  '   r -' o , "'*&    ^^iiiic i        -. , , ���     ���-,   ~.--.  not to tlie manor born,    iris rise is   due I didates   to    the    Legislative!  As-  WATCHES!  * �� *        (i  JUSt Thiilk  Kegular watches m\,[ iUKl   ��� .1  ' ' bu"i��llitt(l  i, for 3, years -liy 400 of Uie fading jewdlprs-i,,' \;mh  15 ip��"*�� 0 size. "25 year hunting case, S2O.00    <  ^ 15 "jewel I i size, open face 20 year case, SlV.SO-  ' ��� Our Special.men's watch at $10.00 is good value '  We invito you to .examine our stock.  v   p, .ir.". t.A.iy'ixrER.  Practical VWatchmaker and Jeweller.-  ,    ��� .Victoria St., Soutli. ."   ,        .."  '" '"�� MOYIE  Why Pay More  '�� , ' , '    . c  ' ,   .  '  A ���' ' '* A    '     '  For Furniture?  Dp. p. B. MILES,      -  Cranbrook,"'      ���    B,  C.  The t financial world fplays  no political parties. It is  .business capability and   sound  HEN"R,r ESSON Y.OUXG  , Provincial Secretary.  to his native abilities.    He is.gified with' sembiy-  a mag-netism that buckles < followers   to ���  him.'  He has shown his fitness fo  inan-  Mis oppon��iV We '"not" aiwa^^���e"  from ,the field victorious. DickAlcHride  gives an account of Iiimself everv time.  tn his recent   railway policy 'he   has       0a   Monda��    ^    22 '  focused t  etie��1  of  an   unattched rai,- , vember> ^o^^ ^ven ^        \��  way for   British  Columbia,-   The   full-/ ra.. rail way time,   I.   Pat  Ken Ley  TPATER ��� NOTICE.  blown and full-blooded   C.   V.    R.   that  administration'   that  make'  a| aud, beino- such   Mr - 3kIcBride j 1,a"S ,na,"Pulaterl Brit��^ Coiumiiia  thru  country's credit.      When 'theIhas,'in bringing it   before.the ^^^^Tl^t  present Conservative  govern-1 people, achie\-ed'thc height of  mcut ass^ned office in British,'true statesmanship.  ��� Columbia, the affiairs   of  the     r' =====  pi-oviuce,wereinsuch chaotic Guarantee .of Bonds,  conditions that investors  "steerod clear" rjf this re-  sconrcefiil proviuqe. ,,, Now  notice rtic difference.  The    Winnipeg _   Free     Press,  recognized    everywhere    as    tho  1       j- e    "anatiicu   urn;,   CISlinctlvel v    Caindi^.-  leading exponent of Liberalism in  ami absolutely necssarv to the Sop  the whole ot western Canada, dis-   ment of British Columbia  of KioRsgate, rancher, will* apply  for a license to divert from Elmer creek close to the highway  bridge, one cubic foot of water  per second for the purpose of  the  George H- Thompson, -  SiARniiTJsR.   Solicitor .7. '"  CRANBROOK,   . British Cnixml  W. R. BEATTY  Embalmer and Undertafci-r,  CRa.VBROOK  Our stock',is the Largestin the (lisiriclVand the'  7    . ,  ,      ' \    '��� ,.    best assorted.       .   v *       ,  ', f ' ii        i       *   'V   *   ''���' \    , f (T.  pur aim'lhis always ,hecn,/to 'Stock siicli'liifeas  -    every-day pcoi>lecail f6r evoi;y-d;iy/  \'" Common; Chairs      /  v .      '. v     ' - ��� '���'���',        7 "t     '  -"��    -t-> v,^ J-   .1 "     , - '      ���,     Jr ' .  3ciiruK jDirtiutrnsi JO lck**,.    u���mcd-n-um^rs \o'~  * ' t i l  1 each  customer   .  lousier lie in pohingas the golden-ejjyed  Koose for a   railway   that   ramifies  tv.-o  dominions.   Nor is British Columbia   in   irrigation of 100 acres of pro-emp-  love with  the   foderally-fed G.   T.   p., j tion record No.   1103.   -The   work  that aims to   force   Prince   Ruperts   oii i will consist of dams,   ditches   and!  nature, and that connects   m-i   ��-in,'   ��i,���"'a '       ���-< '  G  T  r   ti,,r uTl       , flumes on   said   pre-emption   No.!  ^.   i. K... tliat is as much a part   of   the ' 1.1 �����> i .  United States as it is of Canada.     Hence1 pre-emption     1170;    no  the Canadian Northern Railway comes I CrOWa land wil1 b6 occupied and  into the McBride railway poiic'v as an I no ^'"ter licenses or riparian  unattached line,  ('istinctively   Canadian | proprietor will be aifected.  PAT KEANEY.      ,  cussing Premier MeHride'a railway  J��  'his  "letter'Air.   Martin  polic5r in so, far as  it effects  the  Canadian Northern railway, says:  "The guarantee upplies to the  principal as well as   to  the  intei  says:-���-uj\:I,-. Qliver,   when   he  wits supporting   MA-.   McBride,.      uu  uuc 1ULBr.  as  leader   of   tlie   opposition'ePt"   Thei'8   13  however,  nothipg  iitrtliPfirct^c'n^Pmn,   exceptional    in    this    The   Aran-  ltobaguarantee*, which form  the  .during the first session of 1903  could not find words strong  .enough to eulogise him.    Mr.  Premier McBride's life record shows  hnu to be a man of sterling integrity, a  fair dealer, a square player of politics,  and a son devoted to the interests of  British Columbia, first, last and always.  His administration lias been capable;  honest and enterprisiiij*. 'He took office  at a time when the finances of tlie province were in a critical condition. He  delayed announcing his railway policy  until tlie financial tmbroglio was at rest.  11th October, 1909.  Cranbrook   Co-Operative  Stores i  |��*�������������� see, ��������ee��9����M(  Beer-s3rt>  model for all these bondgiminn    ���������, tl,  teeiog enterprlsff., are Buai-anteeslTl.tn l.eco.nc, i,, ,i���   ���     ,       ��� ,  McBride    ba,    llpt   chail,ed \[^^ J'J** -e ^-^^i^Z^  b   u.uity   would   be  of   no   particular | l"1'^ ��'at everyone can understand. He  Nifty   Fall  SUITINGS  jAa m'ado by the present brewer is admittedly the I  jliest Beer in East Kootenay. With the Beet iMslt ���  and the Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled for I  T.T.McVmiClC.E.lPLi8,        U.V.,*.rkcr,C  McVITTIE & PARKER  Provincial Lvxi) Suitvi:vi.vr;  UAII.1VAV   *   M1yjSO    J:.VGINK,j|UN(.  Estimates Furnished.  OFF/CKS     ' j  Fort Steele P. O. Box 23." j  Cranbrook V. (). Jj0x 11.  Itiaiity.    Insist oil having .Moyie J3eer.  BOriXED AND DRAFT BEER  \  g MUELLER &  HESSE,   PROPS.  ��� 2MCO"3TXEf, 3S. O. \  I,  II  I  9  0  0  9  $  -riouslv M, OliverVpre.cnt. *�������� the Rove^^ntsVSjI^'S^S.nur'  'JHl  ,,���  cdcmineialioii of him.'' ! ' ;V,bert-'*. -s iskatchewan   and I''1'"-"- advocates for the C. p. r ������i [hl.  ,( )m <hli .'in     o ci   .��,.!! ���     .  . . i l i      'iv     yi       ., ' L  , I <���>. T. R.. now abuse   the   Mcllriik  rail-   B  j'Outano, as wull !VS of the  domin- -    ....-  r Aon   has  already   (]one.      Desnite"'''''- P��Iicy-    Ric,,ar'> wains by  the c-ne-  ^���ccuuood,Leage:fA book j-chis fact a: c-ise has yet to ^l^^--��� "^   T"en the ����"antee  FI NE NEW STOCK of the  fattiest     in    Fall    Suitings  from    eastern   and English  manufacturers just received. I HUY   youh  They    are  undoubtedly   the Qgn-,  handsomest   and   most  dis '       *  !  ...-,  ..^ ..-.,  v.    j nun uie ,tc,iarantee ���   T1-'      1  brought, forward  in   ^hi^a  ^mZ^   " b6en Called   "PonlWen-inWniedraiUvaymLiLy'uieS 'jbt   been    offered   and   AllOSO  to.make good one cent on account j "ndc railway barK.-u��� is a. letter" bar-  .__. ,-.,-. Al- Qf its guaranteeing of the bonds j Kai�� ^anthe Liberals drove with tlu-  though filled with short Whiof the Sanoiliah Northern raihvav I ��" T' P" U,iaUerabl>- opposed to-raill  r*n,,Ac-V,        '   \                   '.-"          ' ! And the.Kame will h,^  r,.,,������;��� way grants, as   tlie   World   i.s,   vet   the  COUClse    .sentence      i*- ,u I ..       ..-   .ew'��bc  tiue-in   re-   circumstances in Uritis,,   CplumWa   rrlav  ���lias just been issued in British  -Columbia..that' is .causing- ;.  :.^i-eat"deal pf ..comment  .claim ' .much    atandiuo-  y -cannot [.Rard to  the  guarantee' of  bondf  as , a  to   be   .given   th  e    company . by  . .  -   ....,|ytvuv    .     IJV  work of o��.-.!���  IA -v    ,    " "  ' ��� \ ��� I      S prov.Inee 'f the McBride  gov.  AVOl A oi gKul   hteraturc.       At! ern.ipent is roturned to   power  to  Present *uauy ^f . th*   leadingj'S-Sels^^^  ftlready  '.people'iu the province, espeei-1  ;a;lly Uie politicians,  -arc   read-!  ews.  Not By   Aesop.  be.pleaded as extenuation for Premier  McBride. Aud besides the west is west  and the east-is. east.. As to the prophesied deficit, this need not worrv even  tlie C. IV R. and (',. 'f. i\ for  ficit in revenue is guaranteed bv  -P'l  X. R.    Hence the   province   need   not  feel fearful of its commitment,    even   if  ���ino-  A-    AL,,-,-i , i   ' l��r the first two or   tiirr'v.   v��o��.    ...  i  ���Jiig u   uftucij   more   than   tho1     *j      tt      , n    ���'������, ���       '  l,ndcr  bi};lc ^   !. ;..; '". "���-inc|..   ;^rs" Hen' havinpr performed her!    ? ���'.Iway aj*'rew"t��*. there should  be  who wpu.lcl have something  select in a Suit for fall  should leave their order  early. A fit guaranteed and  at a reasonable price.  , aj,;;.cieJpressingr and Cleaning  and  Confetionery  1 MOYIE    HOTEL  P. F. JVJJJVSTOJV  I Thl* Hotel is New and well Furnished The j  -irables are Supplied with the Best-we j  Market affords. Tlie Bar is Filled'..witn.}  tlie Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  HEADQUARTERS'FOR COMMERCIAL  y us  QUARTERS'FOR COMMERCIAL J  AND MINING MEK-' ' '���-,,/ ,  FItOM  ����*#Q.^a*��N������*<HMMr#^  vWtff  ^*ff III  'Voters' Lists."  "Wlieu   t  ,011 the bonds' is  AO   to  H   is   entitled    "O^he'^'PaTOUH function, tooka  consti-  '[a 'deficit  tutio.mil   around   the   yard     "^ !.   1'r6,":tl,is.,HsU,,ce   .-'remier . Menritle  ^ He- | looks like a   man   on   ],fo   i,.���.       1T,    ���   ��� . tumi.ng to her  nest,   sheclucked i British   Columbia.      vrJ^y^  When   the iiKjucv.rcrl.v/Pr1'0'"^'   '"'��� ; was mafiKned for hispou.cr poHcv_   Vi;t  A    "         "lJI/-LUi      "What's   tlie    trouble,   ma'am:-"' ' 1>reinit:r Whitney   is  Ontario.     'British  OVCT    it :a*fced  tho rooster II j Columbia can   trust, nick    MelinVle   to  ^l    ���   t��   Ih.w, ;���..!     -HV    mi,,1(y      fllliny.,��   8he^:i*A^l^it^  gnuiibhu, MthHt  I  Can    rtever   fill.r ces^aryto  repeat   ,he ^^    is    ^,lC*  'ay thc-ijj..."-'  Toronto Wwli  Done  Prices Right.  G.A.FOOTI  Merchant Tailor.  MOYIE,  A. B. Stewart'  Thos. Summers  CiKars,   Tobacco,   l.>Ulfc  ftnd  Confectionery.  ���THl'A  B. C  Ghamberlain's Cough Remeflv  1       tmreS Coldo, fffo,j, auu WlSorfnJ^JSJ;^  TOV-.s.    NOTION'S'  KTC>  outh   Victoria   St.  T^mm^mt_m^ ii i i iii   ._-iMlM  Chamberlain's ��h,i(7(:!,oV'-"' -"���  ^evtr fails,   iluy it no*    J[''"' ��"<:<<v.  .-    "'y kiv: Iifo,  n*sA*ffj^*<rrKK   jmos. ���roi>��.  .'trijc Biiniplo room in connection  w*lh honac for commercial men. I3ctA  ofii'icor/imodation.  J-reiuIqu��rtcr�� 'for   Cum-  '"ercial and MiningiMdii.-  (SEND YOUK  AVOlMv   TO  KOOTENAI  STEAM  LAUNDRY.  NELSON'  All White Labor.  Tilt  'Q.iM-r.  lOC'ft/  N'S   l*.VK>n't}|.  JUPY/E^ljl. .0  J7aavo work with tho  A, tB. STJJWA^  ige���� -^        -��  ��� s*i  r*  ���* ���*��� r 1 T T      /"�� '"N "��     "�����* "���*"   ���* ~-~>�� T*     * "  f   *'  I  ,1  E-GUEST OF HONOR  By Anne Story Allen.     > .  zip*.  ' WOS, bj fl"* Jv0" rortt Hors5a Co- *"'   Klshlit ltcurrvcil.)  IllB telephone bell dragged Arliue out of bed  lot leu*t two hours earlier itiuu she bad or-  ijdered her maid to uwulccu her. Rubbiug her  Icres. alio stumbled to ber de-nk and took up  Jfti.e liibtrumeiit.  !le\e if* that wretched KuUo," fa-lie muttered.  "   If* ' i **  ?' ' ��� A'  ftnw Is Miss Sayre." '���     , ,  & what Ih the,matter?1' ' ' '  ���  W*SH��>e very ill?"        ' .''','  it on earth, shall r do?"  Fflf course not, If fabe la too 111 to conic; but���  i i��u?"      v  '''"        ./X*    ' '       ' .      '  fcooaln?" 't'  i enn't you conic?"  &i cook'/" -,__�����  iil dDU't you know anybody 'who can cook?"    .  ' wan perfectly well last night."  hoirow mdruliigl    WUut &>��a will that d* uie?  |0er la t!o-nlght." '     '  |vdrywell." ' -'  Il cir.'t send her any rnorvty.   Not n cent.    She  j oace before, rind���Hello!    Hello!"  'jerk, nt the receiver hook.  , Central, did you cut rue oSC?   1 was bjeatlns  i one."  li didn't cut en1." '"j '  V,        ..'"',���     7*   , .  $1 don't-runow the number     ;  %e tiling the receiver on to ."-. r.ook nnd put tbo  jent cm the desk with au tiiigeutlu thud.  Itrallcd her 'pale'blue negligee over toivurd tiio  clock.   - '      .    <  . .1' o  ghtl" , '<--,.  Ilookcd around at the littered sitting room.  justing!" she remarked,   ';i sliould hav-i known  Itban to gqt-one who wanted to go homo, iilght----  ext one who works for im* nnd takes' my good  Aor next to nothing set** locked up. a ml 1 keep  M   *' '  '* 1 , I      '  yawned, scuffled In her beelless slippers a Von  indoor of her kitchenette, <pceped In, fchuddeted,,  ���HB^rued back to bed.   ' ,  i^ffipwpulled the covers up about her. Knitted the rnld  "*^^n> tho open Endows, cuddled do*.*, n further into  illlow. nnd yawned again.    ,  ad   thin 'In   Thanksgiving   Day."   she   muttered,  ally.   "Well, I suppose 1 can take them all to u  csJ"ut-M       .       "       ������ " .     ' ' i  ggfrn 8he dropped back" lusher Interrupted morning  "land the littered Fitting room, the uiitidlod kUcn  yourself, Arllne," she salv'i. "a:pc 1T:-j.- :; net going  to sit opposite jou, as yon tboujfbt hf would, or look  at you half disapprovingly aud. half .is If he couldn't  help likii.g .ion. as jou hoped he would. Well, I don't  blame him. lie's a gentleman lir*t and foremost anil  a really goad aclor. Why s-liould he bother -with you  and the- second tate ��et you fret about you? It's kind  of mean to call your friend* m'cwJ rate, but, truthfully, tliey'u* not l|l.e him. K" .vour mother could have  let you i, i a j- at homo and grow uji lhe nice little yellow  haired doui<*<tlc brand vou were cut out' for iniivbe  ht*'d think you woilli JnoKitip at. Rut. then. If hi-had,  and you had. why. jon'd nevor h.ne *x*eii lilm eiei'pt  across the looth^nt^. Oh. dear. I wi-di wo were ^rolu^  to have u inuthi"** and an eveiiiii^- perfoniiaiiee and  a rohcars-il afterward'. 1'don't want a holiday. I  hate il.cai. any v.ay!"  Her )!;) i-|iihc-i-cil. hut  '-lie cr'ii'iod clieerfullr as she  ]a\t h"i- small while l'eet ones nioie into ihe heelleas  fc.lll >I*-�����l-t*. o i    .  "J'eih.ips. Ulth" A i line: ^01II could. If yon tried.  malA jotinoK a nip of eoffei*. Otli.*!- artist ladies  .h,:ve been linovMi to uii.t on ,iheuis7;l> c& and not do It  burl 1 j. eli'uer." ' '  lighted the alcohol lamp, got the cream ana rolls from  llie kitchenette and sat down, her bead hi her handJ.  "I wouldn't go Into that place again If 1 never bad  butter." she observed. "Oh, hurry up and heat!" She  glared at the coffee machine.  She munched her dry roll, nnd with a wr7 face  ...pped the strong black stuff that! had tasted so good  tho nlpht before.  r  "1'es, a lot of them.    Oao nice big one."  "No, I can't tell i*. h.it it Is."  "Well, you'll couk'V" /i  "Yes, suie it T\o3-t.,   Wc���we'll all  be glad to see  you." ' ,,  "Goodby."  SheAiung the rccplror up. pressed her hands to  v.- u.^i irciua-, ' her  cheeks   and  JooUcd   straight  ahead  of   her   Uith  Suddenly her eyes filled with tears, while her lips    shining eyes.   .     l_.i-           _....   ...^    - ..     _      ,,_ ���TJ���    1,     ,  ciin-ed Into an attempt at a smile.  '���runny to be lite this. Isn't lt?" she chohed. Nice  old Thanksgiving Day! All atoti'*,! Papa d<*ad,  la.iinma married ag'iln���poor dear, bless her���and  Doia 'way off with that handsome brother-iii-law of  mine.. Well, she deserves birn, and every bhigle one I'd  depended on having here to hven things up a little  Solug to do something ph>o. And the only one I really  wanu-d. the only one,that amounted to anything at all,  just wouldn't come, just didn't want to.  "Oh. I know: It wasn't that he was tired out at re-  lif'arxal.    He didn't want to."  The  tears had their way; the distorted little smile  disappeared.    The  cup  and plate were  pushed ,aslde  ' and a forlorn yellow head lay oil two outstretched piuk  silk arms. t  "I wanted Alec to come.    I did  . m*<* why he couldn't havo.'  'He Is. coming!   lie Is coming!"  She ran to the inuror.  "Vou little ld.ot'" <=he cilcil. "lie dooin't wint to  see you any diot than he (J d lvbwi hu said he  couldn't come. It isn't you. At<v* only because he's  rested aud he feels hotter and want-, some Thanksgiving dinner with ,frU��ud��. Don't deceive yourself.  But may be, in.iyui; If you're nice and natural and  don't laugh too loud, or drink much elate:, or'siy  silly, fllpp-nt thins-*, maybe he'll loo!c nr \ou as If he  couldn't help liking you a little, and- pvi-hap-* ".ou'll  catch hi in, at it!" '  Twu-s fcmigglel thro.:;;!] 'the s?r,i:e and dewed the  shining eyes. ' " i  "You   lva'ly   aro  tired  of   tin*  stage,  little   Arllne.  You   wish  you  had  a  real   housekeeping  pi ice.  with  I did,  'And I don't    stay-there-ali-lhe-tinip maids, anil dinners to order and  worries about the steak being tough and the grocer HiII  Th**'slim .shoulders   heaved   nnd.the   white  hands    altogether  too much,  clenched.   Theii'she sat uprlclit with a s'lddenness that    any  More  brought the yellow hair unbecomingly over her eyes.  fthought'I answered it," she murmured, sleepily.,  be'tumbled lutb gown and slipp��*r.s.   ,"Kaie inii.-t  |lN.��d ��o Bo-om-iwli'!"-." i"l>vu l,v.r,.mluU^fI.'areil.  gbap's aho got well 'and Is coinliisf'^shi? luiu:ii\iod^  ^���adtly. --   e  ilellor* , ti ���,  gwbatl    Oh. is ttot vou?   What! ran t come.''  foh. ieslVrtectl*-.    Of cour.o. I u,.der,mud.    But  ilda't you-coiildti't you bring her. loo /  &Yo   I suppo-, uot.    Such a short time.    Natural.*,  wants you u> hcrscU.    IM Ilk.- so  much  to !����..  having  Didn't  $  torn  fion. it-  A con;  licit"  le of  \. r  ���-Yes, well, ncrt time. I hoi��." '  -Yes, I'm tUMl.polntcd.-ioo.    I'd counted on  iu meet llrcnda Clifford.    Yes. 8|io'=. comu.g.  ^banr'vou.     Awfully   sorry.     I-ttcr   l�����k   no��  ���hanksgivlng.    Oh. of com*.-.  I  undcrsmud;, jc��, lu-  leed.   Goodby. goodby I"  Arllne Jerked bacU her chair.  "Whatever will I do with Brenda? Id promlsod  her Foriest Dane. Qe'. jui,t the kind she loves to Iu -  pra��. .Uid ww that li.couMdoR.ic mother of Ids  comes to town like this!    Ureuda w IU be lur.ou^.  A ring ut the door ����ulu ����� - ^^^ .  tock ^id a bringing of a ton.lcd goldc bc..a U o t ,  vle'w of tbe elevator boy. A I"""- ��< t""1 ^',s  pokoi In through tho narrow opening- ',,,,.  fA&Q     "Sec If Mr,. James can c-ome up and in.uce ���S}>^  y4 iast. will you. ItobcrtS    My .naid I. at bona* HI  V  Hi     M-- James. Robert cspUluod. wa, out of tow .  |*^ had gone  up  State to  M^*nd  ���nuuk.sglvln;-   with  h. r  '"'Seaocr clo.ee! and Arllne. shivering, ran Into, her    t,blP    .vr.nu  JatolllLa her .iudows .ml once moie Jumi-od ..��-..., .,   lno hod. ,    .  "If. a conspiracy to starve uie," bho laughed.  Bbe stuck the  plUow* ucblnd her.  pulled  an  ��t��  coverlet  over   ber  shoulders  and  opened   l* r   .      r  At the third one she,paused,  leaned  back  'md  b.u.st  Into pldlsh laughter. , ,���  "I don't   want  to   play   la  .vour  ya*<l.    fclic  -l ���  "Tlmt makes tin ee of tbeui."  Sho picked up uiiothd letter, one she had laid asid,    ,,  to read the other-..   .  -l,V, .ce what HU Majesty has to <ru>r for a rea-  Soii ror not coming.    No one -,��� to cue io    ���   ��������-  Arllne ���ad her.Tlniilcgivu.g dnmcr.    Augu- ,..ho ��.     ���  "i'-Ufao^ when sl.e says her cold is too bad to.1 t 1> r  out-,.cd anyhow,1 asked k.*r .awfully IV.v-    .1 " ��� -  Brenda's desert^, only  I  Uuow-lfs- ^;au��* s.u- ...t  nsked at the last siiU.ufe to Kn-d Sca.dnV ��}��W !;''>-  She has no con^lciice, that girl.    V�����*"r*"^  talnft best a..a Tn. HOt.^urpr.lse.V tha. tic *'**��.*.*>����V  Now I'll guess why Alec T^vor-, go,cbac-k .��:. ��  .Su��' because t, doesn't l��l:cmc--and that s, the oub.  t'liess I have."       ������-.������''������  ����e looked atAhe foldnl'.U-tter..In V^r hand  .   _ _  -l  vvi��l.   I Anew. why7   shc'sald   wis,.ally.  .���.>*���  "fen pb.ln   and  fl.iiph'  aud   friendly   will.   ......  ��  -.actressy a   bit.     AndAAe  no^or   vnu   nfti-r  hnu.   .-A  one can say that.   And \ only dared ask l.Un nl" ^  neiu-d him sav he' w-a'su'R -going any where.      Ar-  ���  I   not  to   have   corralled  tlm   Kke  Ihat,   I   suiU'-.i^-  A didn't   think   how   St 'would   sewn.     Of   course      ^  .-couldftsav no-thon.   Well, he ev'dontly l,n?.-~ii����-  ' She opened  the letter .-uhI read it.    'Hu'ii she loa*^  lOUtorVhe wl.'dow that-xavo her farorlle view ot i "���  ��� .and slioro and trees Vx\viviui.  "V,v.,-li i,... ,.  ,;  v-our ThanVc^'vln  she re-  She pm-hed her hair to the top of her lu ad skewered ft jrtl.li a couple of Plus, -lipped Into a wajn.  dreAin.- gown, and as..!..' opened ll.o door ot the  .Lilvhen'ctto Plic pwU-.l up the empty tea keltic ir.n-  -oilv a..d lllled it at <l.c tap. Sho lighted the ga., and  1. t the kettle on.    Then she looked about he'.  "I fcri.iuilj am u->t miuh of a hKii-ekei-per,  marked. ,  ' She  shrugged her plioillders daintily.  -I'll dic�� and  get out ol" K-Mm>ewhero." she de-  '''The dumbwaHcr's voM'em.- off,".- at that moment  or.olM.u.l.i.MM.toi.kl,.,  ..ttcntinn.    Ahoiusevohe  e.U.,1 ,-.P tK.. It- "��������� w us .ilm.it trt deliver the ma-  ti-rHN fur tl,* dinner oi-deied I.)   >!- S iyrc"sma.d.  ������Keep   ti.-n.--   -ih-d   b.-k   Ar!....*.   but .the  dunib-  ,v..!ter drc.'-Vl lie- woul. ... u���1 . uo to the hot-  do I Help? Arc You All Aiom>  ���'Idiot'" she muttered. "Why not join the matinee  idol class and be done with it? Alec! AVhy, you're  never called h.n. Alec in your life. And wh.u's more,  jou never will. Now. drh.k the rest of that beastly  coffee and mop your foolish face."  She did a* ihe bade herself, drank the coffee, choked  down the leiualuder of a roll, then she pushed, her  chair back. ' .  -Vow" sho said, '"for pity's sake, Arllne. think of  something nice In do. Get out of this desperate iook-  li*.:; place or you'll Unc the blues, aud there's uo need  of it." ' ,     ,.--  -IY���y is mv last resort," she announced, after a  few moments' silence. "She's sure to have no plans.  She's an nw ful,bore-poor little Peg-but she likes to  cat and 1 can take her a good drive first. A matinee,  too. she'd enjoy. I thought l^ was rid of shop for one  dav. but any port iu a storm."  She took up her telephone hook and searched for the  You don't waul uuba featuicd  . _. nor hnu your picture on the billboard's.  ''You're tired of it.'dead Crod of it. Rut jou mustn't  let an>body know. They'd ,laugh at m>u. A'jid he,  mustn't ki.ow. ab.nc ciervbodv uIm*.. bcai'.se, he uiig'Jt  suspect he h.ul N>mcthmg to do wit!i,'ir. And he->,  hasn't!    Not a tluag!   Not a .single"   She lii-jke off.i-irucli  at, the tear**   that had  begun  to fall, and pursed tier mouth Into'a prim line.   '  ���"Ninny!     KoolKli!    lied Noio!    You'll  look   pretty,  for your dinner p irtv.!' , .  She laugiieil a cpj.iveiing, little Jnugh   and ran Into  her bedro6m. 5 r    '" ' -i  "Kiich room looks worn? than the last.'" I'll call  'down and git 'Mr-. ".lames to Mraizhten > things out.,'  Oh. '(lent ! ..Tlint horrid boy said s-lie'se gone to her  'folks.' Well,* I'm sl.ul; I want everybody h.i|ipy today. Isn't lliar selfish, just because I'm happy? If  I  wasn't  I  suppose���well.  I'll 'phone for .Tilly."  Tilly,   the   laundress,   whom   an   obliging  drusglst  occasionally smninnnnd to tho booth  in liis '-lure, was  not at hou'it*.   "Neither was rogj.-,, t'be fearsome bore  1 . r i  who  was  to" play  .Miss  Ih-oprlety and eat  her I>!1  at  Arllnels board, nor Mi-s Nelson.'a chancv-" but pleasant  ncciuamrnnce, wl.oin cbc franticallw hit upon iu-a sop  to Mrs. Or horns (iriuidy. , '  Rerert alike of seryltprs and guests, Arllne grew  desperate. Th.'.nUs.rM injr 1 ��ay' was slipping by. Here  she was in wrapper and untidy piled up hair, wandering about a dl'scioAly unpir-ent.iblp apartment, her  uncooked, dinner holdincr Mi ���Voile sway in 'the ��liny  kitchenette, fhe one1 person whom die warned lo dinner wuli  ber \vltliln a  few   bonis of  lii�� appoaraiue ���  I i *  and no one l,o dine with bun but herself, no one to  ?-ook' for bin)  ( 1     ' '        ,  She slopped short, In tlie midst of a futile dash at tlie  overworkerl telephone. ,r ���  Suppose she! <��� '  Well, why not?, She hadn't done much of.it, ,lt. la  true, but slipshod seen other.-do Ir. >    ir  Here a'few'moments ago ��h(* had been longing for  ' domesticity���fairly weeping for* ir���and now  It was  banded out to her. in nu'unpleas.aritly large rinse..to be  sure,' but she would not flinch.    She would clear up;  she would cookiAhe would dine with bluisiilone���ju-t'  berself a 'good (jlUtle bousewiro���no. not hoiis,ow.re.  You couldn't be that till you were nianied!   ' *������  Sho dmpped off the loose gown she wore and dived  Into her bathroom. There1 issued forth'' sounds of  splashing and a hiurmuied conversation il solitaire.  She came foith radiant, pink chocked. At her  dressing tabic she coiled the yellow h.iir in neat braids  about lior head. Then a lif^ty but careful toilet and  Miss A rli ne Say re *tood alert and Hinlling In a short  dark red skirt, a collarlos* plain white blouse, trimly  belted. A little scare li evoked a big apron, purchased for the on ing K.it'.o or one of her predecessors.  "The sitting room tirst," cried the new housekeeper,  and she started boldly ia.  .    7   . ��  -      ��� ��� *'  It w.i��. half-past four wben the ball bell rang. ���  "The flowers!"  cried the  tired  young woman  who  ��� drowt'i'cl H'-r wvnus in i>-   o...  v  -1   m.,. hid iusi time 10 mi itch ihe ei*'-��*�� 1,uJ r0,ls    uninteresting Pe=g.v's number.  ���There's  .inlr. and from a  As she saUit hor desk there was ��� whir of tbe bell at  ber elbow.,   She unhooked tho receiver. _���  "Yes. Miss S.'ijrc."  ������What!"  "Mr. Trevor!" . "  -Why, j cm. I did get you? letter, just now, th.s morn-  *  XM !!'"'!'1'11, VTm   "i  even   ^ ~ '"Whv   no   I  shouldn't think  It strange at ail.     It  1:,Hl   "'^ un-roniy -men who  are nl.owcd  to change  their  '"'���Of'course. I understand.   Only I won't admit that  jou   would   have   been   tlreso.ne.   even   If   you   "*vcre  fagced "  ������It seems too bad you have to do so much more  than the rest of us. Jteperlo.ro Isn't Quite as much  fun as It might be. Is il''"'  ������Why. of course. .1011 may come, only"  ������ter liust careeaca over the Ullci.cn  viked ha-tlly about.  ,     ���NVl,aIdl,e,*-'.e,i.U,.!H...rshewa.lcd.  ^oiiH-tlilng In 11 bottle"  Slie hunted aboui. clmibed on a c  <��>;> shc!l   sel/od  ;*t   cOl.'el.ts  Hud   the   inlii'dcis  -V.ml.s voli'.'ers."   Mi!"��* ie.i<  ti,,��:����:.ei.'iiU  ...���.M..iru>e.i.lNl"-*'i,,:'''  -J-........   w ii"- a  il. wpee.il'.tlvely.   "And  ..is-in.  " ..  ii,,. kin iil :.'..s range.  iihiM' 011 the Mil."' ������  th. >  It  .-.ii' t  iii.\M-lf   the tlu'i  u ,x (.��!-. a r.-w wn'.v- .ir" "  ',*..,��  It  did  h-vk.    it spilled  a  b���ig sue.  clown the front of t.ie silk wi.ippe  in;Aan IrrhAio- ���*toil tea keA.e  Av-.i.ive's-. mouth   tightened.    -!>|'e  ���ll!;.,sl! inAiAsinU.Tce.vd l.Mo sec-  ni'-cd theAAn top'.of-the kei.tU-.; ,  ^^edainl.wal.c,- rattled it, way.;,, and  ���Som.de.l*hrHI��'.ul'l��'l��.'i"'"^;.-     -.   ;     .,,  ��� A  Tli-iuUsgiving.dinner,  or ��.,,!.'�����,  vo,v uitl^fa^ii.aUon f����r .1 breAU>  of water  u���l .��� ,u ted just  wliich 'h- was;.  ,,���f. the 'i.lTf-ud'in(,'..  ral,s.ii:^i':ll!si,n;1:  Whistle.  has' -    - .,      . ���...   .  ,,,,.. ..,.-! viv sln'ild.v lor coil ce .  % Ul 'Vuftcd...��,. ^y^^!"^,^. :  alned.look-a'Mhed-shesi.MH  them before Ihavc.ny ^-  for  one.  s pert-oil  and roils.  tnble   and  ,   .....   ���!.'. ..���,��� 'lmsKei   ivi   ....  Ai-Ui-m/  inri'ie'd. Willi a V-  1 . "l c-.m't wash  '''she'look.-d down at the ^t ^^^ u' ** ���n  ^��^^^^��f^X At iH:->..�����* of n  .,���>,���      Sl.e.tliii��-r''tl.o. .lamp .-'r'm ,)ul stUKH  ;;lr;  ,M��led  i^  ^  ,u) pJ..,.:1 pjH viciously into H��   'V1;-.-   ��� , ;,,.n0������ced.  he  wi--;>per  and.-  the 'hlg'.i.J'1  iollv old Tli-inksiri-vine::  ;,,s ,s a ..i".v   *������������   ��� V    ��� mHehlne. ���"  erev,:ut-cor:eeln.l.ol-:-�� ^  u  sullTed  n lier slt-  riie:i  No 7 haven't asked any one la your place, bnt"   "Indeed, yes. I'll- bo dcl.gatcd.'   1 was going to say,  "'������No' noTdon'i call it off. 'Do' come.    Do come!":,  ���nie'eolor surged i.p into,Arline's,face. She hit the  desk with a silent little list. She badn"t meant to say  Il In just that lone. ���        '      .  ������NotAh the least,.1 can arrange perfectly. Abe  nariy'has changed a.llttle. but there's plenty of room.-  ���Ml right.. I'll expect you." ���'  ������Oh. rather' early. Nothing formal, you know.  We'll cat when we're hungry."     ...  She laughed at ids response.  -There 'won't be much to drink , if we are dry.  "0���lv common claret,    ran. poor provider that.-way.  *; .mile stole about her lips as she listened: a tend*,  unconscious curve that made ber mouth bcaut.tul    ���  ������Thank you: yos.lkuow.   1 think it's better, too.  "Well, you'll come".'" (���. ���  .-Ml i-l.'-ht Yes. lovely: im cold and .sunshiny  enough to Wc It real Thanksgivingy. ll��ve you  1,0^.1 .���nnntiri: an y"'"' "lr "'" '  &��yy\  "I DiliVt !'"��� Th��t WttcTiol Vta'c'"  walked shakily, to' the door. ".My. but this is hard  work.''Everything is going lovely, though."  She pulled tbe door open toward her in the narrow  hall and ranliac-k into the kitchenette.-.  "Take .them into the sitting rooui." she called,, "and  send up some more.ice when you go down." ��� ,  Her eyes were fixed with tragic intentuess, or the  'huge bird in the pas oven.  "Haste jiiru." she was muttering lo herself. "I've  fairly sewed him. He .iusi eats up the gravy. I wonder, if I dare-put more water in the pan. It might  make it too weak.    Well'.'  She turned ��-'inrply as the kitchenette door -���ung la  slowly ai;d a head cai':o t'i mush the opea space: a  head covered with brown hair th it grew }a hoyisa  wavy fashion about a broad white brow. Trevors  earnest Inquiring <.-;��� es looked into h"rs. ,  "Oh," said Arlliu* softly. "Oh." Aucl she sat quitn-  iy down on the floor and coveied her face with her  hand-;.  "Can't I help?    Are you ail alone?"  Tim natural sympathetic tone biought Arl.'nc's face  to light again. ,  "Oh," she crieJ, "even'bo'iy. de-w ted n;e; everybody  except you. and I couldn't In ar to have you go too.  Isn't it i-'rliculous? I've '���Ic-ined the hou-e and i'\e  cleaned this place, too. Lt was just awful. Aud now  I'm looking the turkev!"  Tie*.or came ieto tlie 1't,!-* room. IIo put out both  hand-; and lifted Arluie 10 U r feet.  "Shut the oven door," he s.ud. "My mother used to  stiy keep the oven tloih sbut."  ���'Tliat's for c-cakc," stuttered Arliue. And then they  both l-iuglied.  This -n ;m n new Alec Trevor. Tall, si11*1. w'tl. clean-  cut features, nsually 'unsmiling, ho was likely to  be coldly nloof. but now, as'lie stooped and closed the  door of lb.* Title gas o'.en 1heio wad a delightful  homeliness about him. ' 1 > '  "It was good of vou to fi:nc." Ailbie sat on s  woodcp chair, her arms droop.ng wer.tily.  '"IMvas good,of ynn lo b-t me. If I'd known���why  didn't you leil me ih:it you'd ha've to do ail this"   "Oli. don't say you wouldn't have come. It's- been 1  nice to do. Tie been gi id. I've ^een mother am!  "liora���if< only tint I was lirougtit up diffcient. Tlie.i'  made me be un .���irtre��>. I d.dirt.l'.kf It at tirst. tr.il;-:  but then it got to be easy and, oh, I could learu th!*  so quickly IC I had .1 objure!"     _ '  She -topped and flushed violently.  "Why should' yoii 1-arn?    Why shouldn't there bo  . some one to do' It for you V" ' -��� ~ ^ir^"-"15^  "Mother and Porn  did it." ��'io(.said. simply, "till '"-  'few years'ago.,-Then  I  earned  more money and wo  -ot some we, to do ".t, for Us.   Then" man ma m-.rried.  ai'-d  Dora too.    I   was'gl.ul; ,but.< I"��i  always ea'rned     ,  monevAor them both ever'since I was a ciilld���they    ,-  didn't know how, you 'see���and then I  h-ul to go ou  oaruUig it for ui*.s.eir.  'l didn't mind, but I've always. _  ���wished I could toll you why I keep ou when I know   >" ,  Tui r-uch-.a bad actress.    Truly, I .know it.    lint It's    '  'my looks, vou know."   She said it braVely.   "I can get  parts on account of my. hair and my Met* aud my���the t  way 1 look'"  "Don't!" cried Trevor.   He caught l.ei^hand quickly.  ������Don't tori lire'yourself Hire  this-    Why should  you  ervplain to me?"  ���   "I don't'know." said Arliue, slowly.'  The'color died   out ot  her-face,   leaving it  white  "and wan.    "I shouldn't havo, should ,17    (July, somehow, I wauled you to know."  "Who am I to know?   rI don't deserve to have.you  tell  me.    I ought to  have takeii you on trust, and l*>  didn't.    I'm-sorry; so sorry.';  He held  her hand tight in his, and she looked uj>  at him like a child.               '                ���.   ''    '  -   "Do  you   know,"   sho   said,   gently,   "I .thought  it^  would lie nice for us to have a little dinner here by" ,  ourselves, though I did try,-truly A did. to get some  one,else?   But -everybody backed out und, thero was,  the turkey���and 'there wore you"'   (  ��She lau'ghed and he "eeb6ed her, laughter.    But it  ' was a tender sound like a"caress that came from Alec  Trevor's lips. - ' ,    ,  '      "Will you  believe."  he nsked.- "that  1 was  ayin-0'r   .  311st uyiijx.iv" ..-.v. .-^ -���, ���   -,,     ���. -t  ., �� ������' ,-,-���-,,  alone? I hadn't the nerve to ask you���yes���frankly,  I could have asked you, but C was a coward. I '  thought vou liked the crowd and thoto tiresome  folks about you. , And I thought���forgive me���but I  thought you liked too well the admiratJon of mauy���  too well for the woman I wanted to ask"  ������Oh" hitenupted  Arllne, "then  It was true,  those  timcs.'ouly two or three of them, w ben you looked at  me ns If,yon couldn't help liking me?"  "Liking you!"  .Arlme found herself lifted clear of the wooden.  ' chair. The strong arms about her held her as if they-  would never let her go. Her face >was pressed cl<x-,e  to 'Alec's aud In her ear was being poured tho story  of his "liking." Her head lay ou his shoulder and  she listened, listened.  The turkey browned in the oven, the potatoes boiled  and sputtered on the top of the range. The door of  Uie ice box was open, the ice melting- at a scandalous  rate, and there they sat. those two, on the -wooden  chair and told each other all about it from the begiu-  nlne���how he tried not to aud she tried uot to, and  neither could help It; bow he tried co stay away today, but couldn.t help comlug. even when he thought  he had to see her in the midst of a. lot of gadabouts',  and silly asses. 'Oh. thero was no name too bad to call  those delinquent guests of Arline's.  . ��� And then the bell rang. It was the bipy with the  flowers, tho same boy that Alec had been mistaken  for. And finally they both smelled the poor-burned  turkey at the same moment aud dragged him smoking  from tho oven.  I "Mercy!" cried Arliue, "and he was getting on so  nicely.    And the gravy In the pan Is all dried up."  "Gravy Isn't good for us,'* said Tievor. as he dexterously transferred the fowl to a huge platter. "Now.  open the door, little girl, and then bring nloiyr the potatoes and other things, because wc aie both hungry  11s bears, and we are goiug t'o have the'Thanksgiving  dinner of our lives."  "Ob, Alec! Alec!" Arliue whispered tearfully to the  gas stove, ;us she hurried the vegetables Into their respective dishes and piled them on to 11 tuy. "It's all  come true.    I shall be a housewife.    I .1111 one now.  "Look out!" sho culled, gayly. "I'm coming turough,"  She' gave the swinging door- a push,' slid, Into-, the. hall  and fhrough it to the sitting room.        7 '.  ������Now. you .nil the glasses.'"..she'ordered!'      '  But Aloe, had come close to her.    "Wait a minute."  he said.   "Won't you regret it. Arliue?   The stage, tbe  excitement.'  llcmember, I've got to keep on.    lt'stuy  work;.l"m cut out forit."  "\nd I'm cut out to help you, dear." She put her  arms about his neck. "Thafs my job. Just little, old  Arline to come-to when you're tired .and things don't  go straight. Just little old Arliue, who only asks to  love you and'make you happy."  Blithe put his finger ou her lips.  "Just my mainstay, my helper, my darling," he whispered.    "Just my wife." .  *7  'I ..  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AliSad  * l,*l     "S^PA,  l "    <''f ,112  'tl   ^  i  .     "l>  ���Ml  T  M  ���PS* 9  yfil  . 'A'��$\  '.  ^1  a4-.l  '^1  1.  11' -  -r. 1,-  '\*l  AS  To a woman there are two tragedies���ouc Is uot getting the mau she loves, the other, is gottiug him. The  firs"  is resiauntiou. the second disillusion.'  '^.'4;'-:'  I  ''    '^*   ���������, .��J  ifi*   v n>  V>   '  t 5 ��y  i.   ��  '.?  c-  TIIE  I.KADKK, MOVIi:. IJKjTTSILCOLT^lBrA.  4.  *��-v  'ftKj, '  1      O-nj-Jfl,  [*1v  "I  't  1  ��� I  t,  I   '  ���i  ���I  I  3  pUFe, Wi  &6St*7i  reliable GrsiBe Cream of  Tartar ESaJrfnc? Powder  '��<?  ri pm'i.i'f r -   l-i'-  bilj-,. Iu    (a-..  W^-tei n     Cm.i.i i  ��� \-    (it  l'.-.   uri-   (I   ji .1  l\     civ c-I li'll> 'l!     HI  '.ut   giur.iuU'.--.   ihe  IJt'l UK LUAA\( i:   -VOIKM  T!ic cream cS far?sr used n Br. Price's Raking  ]?t*wdc;* is h the extcl fc.'A and cszuppsKSos fn  i-;liich ii occurs ia the Izscfcss, hcsl&ful grspe.  bim.K oi .is.uhv.1.*.  niiiuiiM ihmtii'h new i     ^ ].*ranC(.s L. T,aylor of tlie town  .-md ici lik  o.iintiv ..i   any   tiuu-  .lurimt ' of 'Muyie< l^iti-sh   Columbia   here-  -MIXnitAL ACT.  (i ohm I-,;  I'l.-inu ic.mi; or ]Mii:yM'*iJ ms  NOTICK.  M vl'.i.l-n   ' l'l'ii'tloii Mlii-uil   <   ��J''"   s"!",,1  rl   MeeK"   Mum. ���   !u..-kiU   ��'���'    ���;"'-  UicucMtw.'iu-.-uvcxdrsi,   tA.nn   no', "A        ���     ..  ���   -...^Hnteiiilent , ���'" ��"1'  i<,rl  M,'ok'   Mm,J''  !" "  ��� - ,, .���,.,. ,by apply  tci  the  btipeunt'-'1"ul,l ' K,K,l4..im). n���Irjct.  seller i-lni.us Ui.m . man    would   u.1    ;    /       ' J -      ���   , p   ,.      fur ft   renewal win-r,   lo����oU:-Al   M.me- hi,,B   Lenveea  in i-mlor-vuu; .. ,i.��!C��i.a<le   by   the 'Bank   oil I 0\ lllCUlJ 1 OllU. uio'-Xuwro ��..d f��.nli.i.i.i JIiu.tM i"l..m.s.  oi Moiuic.il or lhe Hank of Commerce.     I of a retail liquor JiceiK'e U> ���'���" tvm: Nol'il.'K tbut The fuiatTlnii  Minim:  )    "\n    tin-, loud opposition   tlut we ! toiicatiug liquors umJer tho jirov- c\,m,.���ii}   i.nniie.1. , x,,.,-ivi->��!ii Un.iir.it*-:  'hcarofcvei.Mriica^.vcrumciit   makes j ^^ of tho Sutntes in   that   be-    rreeMilier's  OerUMea.o   No.   1..  t*,,   .m.-ml  Improves fifce flavor,  ��� and aclcts to Hie hei  Miaess ��� of, tlie ��� loo  one of lhe^e gu.u.  ���Uccs is so much win.  I  .sKlj ilnvifri'iii  cl.ito   lien ul.   ii>  aiH'lj-1 to Ine  Mining KfiMicler ivir u f'eitit rule  "I  liupnivi-  uii'iils, lor i lie pm pose ol obtuhiiai:  h  Crown  1 orun' id the u'hivc claiin.  Hitler  , half, hi "the  premise- known  ami  ruuuiu" riot--iintlu:u,'-more.      How    out I , ,    ,      ...tinnal  ,       ,     ...     ,       ,,-        ��� ���       ',,.1, i described     as    the  Iiitciii.itiou"1  oflouchw.thic.il   public   opinion   .such \ "'- , . .,      -    , , .-,...  opposiiioni-its arc is to be found in the . Hotel, situated at-Moyie. J., o ; to    Allll ,������,,��� ,uk(, 1Mllw t!)llt .wtI01l,  ,       . - ��� ,������  I    ^..,.������,,..^     ,,,,      H,���    -'.Kr,   (lav    of   l-��'l|<'�� ;<;". "'it bu eomineiKi'ii  liclor."   tlie   Iv--  I election icturus   in    every   province   in j COIliniOliefi    Oil     tllO    -l-taHJ    o   | MI,VlU.l,0,  ,���,,,  Cennu.aU. vJ lmI)f,)vtlnea|K.  Canada wlicrc'the .iraar.uitces  liavc been    J")eeeinber,   '1900.  .M y ]inst odice niiihv-w is  MojMe,  I3'iti.-h (Jv)luuibia.  i*-^ mm i",; f  ���    - j "  i  H1^    1  if1'? i  . .it  >"XV -1 i  A S ��� -     *UHi A! ������ '  ���JJ* <  /*J.  of St   '   '.���'���  ' I f 5f !      . ���',  it  �����*      1  'll/ '  ���������A** *  w-     I 111  '^ i.    \ * ���  ���* ,* t*>, *' *  A,'*5  til,-.  ij*"*-   *iti^   'A>h  ^���:1 ��� -��� fill '1$  -���ia, *t<-  aw-if  fC    -V"  '#! :r>'-  ���* < - t .    ' M,j 1  t f  I'.^ii--. I  ,'i  A  ?  ���l|ii* 'I:  f-My  li'SfrA'k, &'  *.?iA'?3 r i'  P* IMS IK'1  c  ��aa;:^>^^^i^^^5��^^:a>^^55��5i-ri J  Tin* ii'iiiiu  and   aildivis-   of  rho  M  GENERAL  FLOAT  v  own.*!' nt'   tliH   })t'ei.u-''-   iu")1  l-C.l  /iv ' co tut, liccti-ed  i3   1'i.tiicvi .j. ^ .iy-  ^^^^sr��r*5-sr5rsr*^5i:, Jl)1j _-\Ioyie! i;   0;  FRANCES L TAVL CE,  Harvey  -Arc-Carter vt  her solicitprs.  limed this' lilt clay of SciiiemVr. A. P., JlH".  TIIK 0AMUKIAN MlMNli CoMl'AS V, 1/fi1.  S"l*. J.. i  C"H\l'.Lh.,S A. MACKAV.  AK<"Ilt-  The Spokane Apple Show closes  today.  Some     capitalists   "propose   to  erect a. large sawmill at Nakusp.  .Macdonald  Fred Sfcork   is   putting   up   an  $5,000 building iu Prince Rupert.  Platinum will soon  advance  in  price. ��� ft is now $2(5 au ounce.  / Next Thutsd-iy', November 23  will be Thanksgiving Day in tlie  United States. ���   ������  ,     ���c--SC-S:Ssr$sr- 5$$S$$d*3S3-5$S3S$.5fv  Hi   , '     . ���    *>  ,^        LOCAL (ASSAYS |  ..    Miners' Union meet? tonight. ���  'Mike Walsh lef d for Fernie yes-^  '  teiday. -      ,,'.,���'''  .    Bert Lane is home  from  Medi-  ' cine'Hat.,,       ��� .    '.  , i - i   ,        ' ���*  A A Paull,   the, photographer,  has moved,his studio tqMicliel.,  '  t    lv.;F. Oxley was  over to.Kaih-  Joo^is during the week;.     .       '    . ,  llmd Opposition.-  The Winnipeg Saturday Post has the  following in its .last issue: ,  "In British Columbia itself the Op-  positioiAAolJowiiur-the examples, of oppositions elsewhere���refuses to   learn   a'  lesson and blindly opposes the government's polfcy, chiefly because it is tlie  Koverniuent's policy'. If that Opposition would   look  over othe   histories   of  Jlawhide, Xavada, is said   to  be  i i, ii  i one of the ��� deadest camps in  the  country.  . ' "      ',,"'  The government salo of laud  at Point Grey,, near Vancouver,  reached some' three million' dol-  lais. Some of ic sold for 89,000 an  acre.  LTQUO JT.LT CKSCl-y y OTI c !���:,  S(��TICE.  Fruit, Confectionery, Smokers'  lull  Line  of  Stationery   and Fr  Fruit in Season.  Special  ��� i t  A Diamond  Point Fountain  Pen   and 'a  Insurance "Policy all fo  Goods.  >r *f-'.r,0  $1(,(^ A<,i(1,  ht  R. A. SMITH  P ostofiace  Block  MOYIE.  eouiuieuceiuciic, cuiilu.'nitic 1W ��effj. tuuro or  ivh's, ,  ' ' < 'i  KKNNRTH fr". OXU.Y.  Dated. September 15Ui , V\ft,  " Dressmaking of all  kinds  done. I OLl,1er' op?osi"ons in  Cji"afia-  il wouId  ,    ���    ,,      Ar  ���.  . probably be able lo .see   what   fate   the  Apply to Mrs. Jjollister. '  sen  .town Monday. ' .     ,3  i       i '  -. 3Thos Kelly is doing some work  -ou his'claims at .the head of  the  .lake. *      i    .  '."��� Ji.r)om and board.by.tlic .montli.  .App/y to J\Li-s.  L, ivAiiceneau.  Times should be g9pd dn the  Boundary. ��� The ' Granby mines  ha.s a payroll of ��55,000. The B.  C. Copper company $35,000,3 and  the Snowshoe $.13,000.  The    annual    meeting   of   the  British    Columbia     Conservative  Association will be held  at  Kara-  loops   ou   Friday,.,December   10,  25th qf .thi.s month has iu  store  for it-I when   delegates "from�� Conserva-  Joe .Wright of Kossland,  repre-1 for evtry opposition ia Caiuada that has  tives'orgaoizitions in all parts  of  lentidg'theW.'B.   cigar,' was  iu   oppm��1   a. progressvie ' railway policy \lhe proviiieeViIl attend -'   '  i has been overtaken by   crushing  defeat I   ���    'i . ^_   r  whenever an-appealAi the   country   was j     Realizing the magnitude of   the  made.    It was the railway policy of   the 17       u      ���   JT     .. '��� ,,     '^  RoblinRovernmentthat^v'eitits  ioucr  lu,abe"��du3try,on the   Western  lease of life.   It, i.s .the railway policy   of   coasfc*' Henry Disston it Rons,   the'  the Roblin government thai  constitutes   famous     saiy '-manufacturers   of  PpTi^olTnT^t"^^  katchewan gave-it an' 'enormous advau-, " " "   ""���"  enr\Nititonic i.ANn  iu��5fnn,"r. ��ih��5tiuct  oi-Mn'riiKKN iuvis-io.v,' i:.\~i kootlnay  T��ke iii>t!fe tliHt ICijiitielli K, (f-*A-,>'of  Moyie.  11. ��J. <m ru'iti'ii'ii. Clerk, lnteiij��  to  ��|'ply  f��r  pcnniKiiois u> vnl-c-liil^e tho Julluivliit; ilvtrrlbud,.  IhiiiU.-       .  C'rimineiKi'ieat n jiost j>lant>'<1 >m emt ��hle of  IJ'C,'. Soiirlie-n   Ktiilvvny, nV^,^w  the   X.   E.  '    .��� . ' j (..iriier of Lot ,"vsi\i, thence es'sl 40*'li*i����,  tlu-neo  '  Take notice   tllllG    1     intend    to j <ii(illi<ui-lii��ii(s, thvnco wovt IJ. I.alu* more  ..r  applv to  tho   Superintendent   of ]v**   u' .lutersvet -with   u.��� jt   c, .-outhe,-.���  ���      "...      ,-,   ,. .. '       .,'.  ^     .Jvttllway mrvuy,   Iheneo imri,tieiij    m   cImi'u*  Provincial     Police,    after   thirty  i���ort. fir je,s hihhr muI- bmiiiciur>  i.. i-imv ��f  days from the rmc appearance of  this notice for "'a renewal of my  licene'a to sell Jnto.vicating liquors, under the pidvisions of the  statutes in ���that   belialf, in  the  premises described as'theu-Cosmo-     cmiaximiook bAxn'.in.srKicT, nix>TRi<-^  politau Hotel, Moyie, B. C. ���     <"' pol'Thkks divisiun kas-t kootknav  VI tvi-'ivruPliTr        ' 'J>Hl;e noiic-e that i/ltljjx-rt Job.t.vtpn  Lennox  AL.LX < AvUI bUiLiLi , ol MojrlCi b:o># dwujll,Ul>ll( ls.D,_vr> Intcnrt, to  "Dated this 20th day of October,  "J'v'y (i- wrroUmoa to jmrciias*. the follow-  A,' D:   1909. '<     ' ' imc^rlbnil lw��!t: t  f.owm<fUcins^Btttpo��t'|��lanlcdat N. K. corner of prvvmj.tlpii 1177 in n'southerly' dfrccliou  ftboui 3 lailu*. from Curzon, 11. C. on eait ��j<]f ol  Mojiorhw. Survc>c��I lot ou north sldo xwo.  S. ,\V, perils aLoiit l,'{ chains vyc�� of S.' K. v*Of  hit of JjtSrfis, Thi-nco u��u.t ao chains thvnco  south |ai qhalhs, thcuce vest 3D t'hnins, ihfitr?  north -JOcuatns to,i'Olut of commenceweut ami  coulaluiiit: 111 Hi-ros. moiv or ltts��. ,.  , -KOBKltT .iOHNSTO.X LENNOX,    ''  Date. Scpi, 7th, 1003, '   ' ' '.,'���  ry Real Estate.  LrQUOR. LICEN'CI!   NOTICE.'  Prof.  Uusch   has   returned    to  i �� �� i  Moyie.   lie, was, in   Calgary 'for  -several months.        ' , ' *   c-  ,. Jas. Cvrant .and- Thos. Bates-  --were up to Marysville and down  .to Wartlner during the week.    ���  ���" Those'plain blu-o railroad shirts  vvitu^d'etaclieble �� collars have arrived at the.Daylight store.  Chas. Stevens, of the E i=t Lvoot-  euay Bottling Co., Cranbrook, was,  in town the first of the week.  ^ i  c  - Vote for Purity' Flour. ]fc is  the natural leader. Crowe lAo-3.  have the Moyie agency.   ���  The English Opera Co.. will give  tlie people of Moyie a gt-aud treat  ,on December 11th, when they will  be at Morley hall with S singers  ,-of International reputation.  J. J. Attherton, former publisher of the pre.Aon Review, was  in town Thursday. Mr. Attherton is now in tho real estate  business.  ', FOIt . SALE���Five room house  on Victoria street with good garden. Vour own terms. Apply to  P. Ltitner.  A. P. Macdonald and E. A. Ilill  were down to Cranbrook Thursday night attending tho Con-er-  vrtive rally.  - Joe Frubus is here from Vancouver and will renin in until aftei  election. Mr. I'robiis owns tin.-  tri-augular Jot in front of Mrs.  Liwlur'n on Victoria Stieefc.  M,i-.s Aunie Cockbiirn arrived  in Moyie from lli" ca-<l tiiis iveek  and i- visiting willi licr sifter,  Mr-. C. A. I'oote. Miss <Ac'kbm n  "'���vi 11 tetch tho ^lIioo! ut WAtts-  .... burg this winter. :..,  i Cool weather brings'-, wiirm  thoughts.' ' l.egai'ding blankets  $t)e ",'vJrowe".l!ro.s.  Father Beck writes the..-Loader  that he ivill not be in . Moyie to-  ljiori-ovv to hold services,-; it beii.iy  imposijihle for him ��� to corns, but  '.it,.hat lie will ,be..hfn* thu' following  Sunday, .N'ov(;mli^r 2St-.li.  Take notice that we intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Poliee,o after .thirty;,  days from the first appearance ,of  this notice, for a renewal' of our  licence to- sell intoxicating liqu-  our, under the provisions of-the  statutes in that behalf, in the  premises described as the East  Kootenay Hotel, Moyie, B. C.  McTAVISH'vv;   CAMERON".  Dated this 20th day   of   October,  iA.'D. 1909.        ��� ,    :  Opportunities to double your money quickly ->K    ���  ing themselves here every day.  '   Nov.- "fe Die time Io W ^  property.1*. 1 would advise my friends,iu Muyic <0i  nowous I am in a.position to offer you some of the best j,^  tious.    This i.s not apinble, it is"not. even   ^ s'^culiC  but is tlie'safestAtnd best form of investment   -'V-Unt C^'  11 a CI ��� ' '   . .      . '^IU lyj^  m  all   parts   ot   the sity ranging: i��im ?200 upwards... A sn-'i -  payme'nt down-and the balance.' 'in   easy   "paymeulsif 'desiV '  1 have already ,made some Very, satisfactory deals for mi'  and would treat your investments as" though  thoy vere'nv  own.    AWitc to      ,    - . ���      ''�� "'   '���  WALTERS ' & THPMPSONa. .  Box;.1850-   l  /// j,       ', ;,/    Calgary;-Aita.  Lige over the Opposition-in' the last dec  tion, wtien the Oyp'osilion uawi.sel*, opposed that policj. iii Alberta the railway policy of the government gives it  its greatest strength. In' the Dbriiinioii  the Tories fovind wh-it, they were ud  against vi-j 190^, when they foolishly  bumped tiieir heads against the jrov-  Lrmnenfs policy, which provid<?.r for  building the G. T. P. and Trans-continental. In Ontario the Whitney  eriiiiient has adopted a policy  more Uvorable to Lhe C. N. R. Uian lias  any government in Cauada--and the  Whitney governinent is bevond all  doubt tlie strongest government, .num-  trically, thit this Doininioii has ever  seen. Be-idea this, there is ' no more  chance of the Whitney government  beini*- defeated in the nexft election than  there is of the United States going into  the hands of"a receiver.  "All this bci.ii>- -ivell known to everyone, is it not astonishing that tlie Opposition m P.riuMi Columbia should be  so slioi-t-si^htedasto be unable to see  where its unreasoiiimr abuse of the Mc-  Unde government and its new- railway'  puhcy w-ill land'it on the 25th. True,  its chances of being returned to power  in the plae* of ti,L- Mcliride .government  were only about one tot a .thousand in  anv caae-but its c.ppos.f.on to a pro-  gres-ive railway poluv will make it  about one to five thousand.  '"The greatest   handicap    that   Biitish  ColnmbM !i��� J.tl, ,r<.(] U;vU-r h,r  iiKitv.,ii,-i| In .u.u-:, of l.ul  im-ut.    Tin. in.ii. ,���.r tJ[ u.,u  ir;.  will ne found lo be  dependent  the cMcns.vcn.ssof   u,   laiIwlIV  prise,     ia yd, circimisLmce-,,    tin  tsi possii,,, ;vjh,.,  ���wl ,,)U,(|  ln. ti,,,JI)^.|,  1 i'"1:' ������   that    J'rui  houses in1. Seattle,   Portland   and  Vancouver. - ' '>'   ���'  Will   Give'  Entertainment.  LIQUOIliLTCENCE   NOTICE.'  , Prof. II. C. C. Salmon is arranging for a pupils' concert "in Cranbrook, which will be- assisted- by  local talent.   He may  also decide  inLkelv ! t0 bl-.ing his PUpils   t0   M��y'le  ^Qd  give a concert.   This should prove  a treat to local lovers of music as  the professor's ability as a musician and  teacher  is  well  known.  Take notice'"'Cu'AV^i'"--:^,.  apply' -to the.Superintendent of  Provincial* Police, - after thirty  days from the fust appearance of  j this notice, for a renewal of my  licence 'to sell intoxicating liquors under the; provisions of . the  statutes in that behalf, in' the  premises described as'the Moyie  Ho,tel, Moyie, U. C.  PHILIP V. JOliNASTON  Dated this 20th day of October  A.D. 1909.  ,    NOTICE.  ' V i     '  CKANBROOK.LA.ND DIST1UCT, DISTRICT  OFMH-THERN UiVISION KAST.KOOrKX^Y  TAKK KOTiCE \bnt AUrvd r.��t> >;:iiioti of  Tnill, ii. c. occupmlou. rvfluery man, miuud*  to kj.plv lor |>cnulv,l(iii to purchaw-. the follOH"-  iiiS dcfccrltwil lutidi: .    ,  Comnieuctaif an post'plan'.<;d oil. the >on*J>  cide of Moyie nvur lc n north iriaicrly dlrcc-  ifqn, one mile from Kintpicato, B. (;., tbeuce  *OuU! -JOchains; thenco wont "JO chaliif,- tbuuee  U0rtli20 cbalnwto.Moylo riv-er'r Thcnco(ioUon--L  iugtaid river 20 ehaluV, luttii c��>teTly illrectlou  ���ojioiuiolcomnieiiceuieni aiid wntalusug it)  aoreit, moro or less. ��� '',/��'  L     V> ,.    '    '   ' ALKKEI) I.Klf ^MJfiOK,  'c  7  [,   '        (A^cnt To'o-Alberl liurol^rdt.' -.;   .  Hated AugMM llili, low.      - ,    �� l        '   ''  MONTI.  M/  yj/    P. O. BOX'801  m,.' -   ���-. >.    ���- y '  | East Kop(ena> Bolting Co  10  At the Churehes.  CATHOLIC     CFIURC1I  There 'will be no   service,  morrow.  to-  v ears 1-,  way develop- j  '-real   coun- I  upon j  enter-  vvi^-  MKTIIODI.ST   CIICRCII  Union Service ia Presbyterian  church 11 a. m. Subject ,:The  Value of decision." Sunday  School, y p. m. Keening Service,  7:30 p. m. Subject, "The Church'  and politics." '  Rev. J. W. MILLEli, B. A.  (Pastor.)  Just Arrived  a large consignment of  viz  \v ���  Cranbrook,, ,B.(C.  ManuFacttirers  of ali.kindsT'of cafbo'nnlctl. ,' J|  beverages/    iVc spare no expense .to'liavu    . ?  , -    ' f"    i ';     -.      i    i '       * w  , our goocls the best on tho market,"   '     ,'.   W  ,7r, ���".���.���.. A .      ;.      y  There are  others,- Brit*! .'���        %  ."��*.��� >����� "���v^->r^^? ^*vviv  NOTICE.  Take notice " that I intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, after thirty  days from the first appearance of  this notice, for a renewal of my  licence to sell intoxicating liquors,  under the provUiona of the statutes in that behalf, in the pie-  mises described as the Yahk  Hotel, Yahk, B. C.  JOHN E GIJJIJOX.  Dated this 18th day of  Octob  A. Jj.  1909.  IS  including  Kippered Herring  Finnian'Haddies  Smoked Halibut.  ':��� :S0MESNAPS7  * c ' i i r '  New house Tor sale.   "Szc 24x2*1.     lias four' roojas." Pr;  $900.    Terms.        , .     *  Boarding and r.<Klging house with J2   rooms.'    Either f  sale or rent.  ' If .sale is made, good terms can be given.  Four room house on Campbell street.    Pricet S^O.  down and good time for balance.  Several houses for rent, at $10 per month arid na.,  'For sale���Mantel folding bed" and   mattress, 512.  at this office.  i'r) |  \p;7  er  LIQUOR LICEXCE NOTICE.  .- |nvt -i.k  Cri.l  intr   ,Mi-  PICKSIIY-IICIMA.V     (JIICliCH.  b'nion Service at 11 a.  m.  Sun  i-."!0  pro-.Hle;;!"ri,nT";!..,'lV11t- c '^ "'"^ ! day school and Mible class nt2-:{(  the ,..o���,,i.u���,t��� l!it. tM,; "j,,,;," i,,1^" i P* m- Evuah^ Service at 7-S0p.  arn.ss thron ���'- -jK j ;. lr,   /  '     '"   ni.     A   hearty welcome to all.  jfirniss tliroii  This sm^l.    I]!.     ;..,  'inii'iiis .ul- ....        |  p ii t.fitl.ir'v    in   i.:  years-has j,'ro;nie  way.facilities.    j;..u. (  "1 "I \ .nicuver.  .li!    be   of   en.  i      provnue-.iiHl  1     -���-..iiiil,    winch, for  un.ier inadequate mi;.  .,,.... iat One inain line -s  not the .^,������ing,!!J(! c-ncloiAheMclIride  policy. JlnnKihe, .vinjiesllot'out here  ami there..!!]) t!���, Io.If, ferlile  ..uid-Qiioniioiis arias thathave 1  iected since.'  prosperous a'n  IrAts that 'will  valleys,  :ain   ii eg.  ''-���������itioii'   will   spring   into  thickly '��� populated    dis-  '' ,a-'1 'jn'ng Itritish    Col-  ��i7n>iauj> t,>t!iy position   that. its.  enor-  mous natural rescursce warrant its  Ben Pugh to    Nelso:  n.  Ban Pugh, an old time .character, was sent (l.uwn from Cranbrook to serve ;three mnnths al  Nelson. IIh was tak.*n i|-,vvn ],A  CJin.-'tabco Kump.sti'ii .oi' ;\|lH.;,.  !'''igli will !i,^ sunt to thu old ,���.;������;.  coiimif;.  "And to .-  ���he IVfcIiricIt- i.  viinie a cent's  he  ir e  .such development  'vcriiuie.it does not as-  , worth of real liahilitv  It merely Muanmiees the C. >,'. r h,)U',h  mil exempts the roa.1 from taxation for  .period oft,,,, years. I'racticallv all the  .irovmces in the Jj���iiii���ioi, h-ave'eruaran-  ecd C..X. K. bonds on the same terms-  mil not: c.,i,- of them  -.ilh.d ti]ioi, to |,ni U), s  ���iii't piece as a n-; ;!|t of  .'.:ar intee.-,.     Th..,-,. j.;   ,,���  1)  'is   ever    been  much as  a    five  .v:iv in;.; ���  those  chance..  A   hearty welcome to all  lircv.JL AVIHTK,    (Pastor.)  Miscellaneous.  Nicely fnrnished room ; to let,*  suitable for two, Apply to Mrs.  Chamberlain, Campbell street.  FOR SALE~Two room lions*,  furnished. Also about six cords  of wood.   .Apply to 11. Ungersma  Nicely furnished room to rent  Mrs. Ben Brossoau.  Take notice   that   7   intend   to  apply to   the   Superintendent   of  Provincial     Police    after     thirty  days from the first publication   o  this notice for a  renewal   of my  licence to sell intoxicating liquors  by retail on the .premises   known  as the Central Hotel in Moyio.  .\rCTO.U DESAL3LNIER.  Dated this 20th day of October  A. D. 11)09.  , ' '  S & GO Lw  MOYIE, B. a  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  Don't Forget That  BENGOUQH '.  will be in Moyie on Dec, I4fft  WHEN IN  ����� S.JMJ.,,, j,  CRANBROOK  ��'<"C<ir.  Good  rooniH  and first c  ��. k'pod  tabloH and  bar  ^as, sample rooms.  POSTAL   PHOTOS.  m.  ta  s^^^mm^i^^^mmmaisms^^^^  ���'ttjkt*j^*M#>m'#mm  I make a  I   "Plioto   work  ' 5(l:cents, .,i-\  3! IAS   l-'i.; .,:.!  K'.eialty   of Pos-  . Price  4  .25  ���'i '.dozen.  Houses for  Rent.  0 F- ^AULNIE'U  Two rooms,  Two rooms,  Three rooms,  Four rooms,  $3 0' a month.  $10 a.month;  $12 a month;  $15 a month.  All are ready to move into  FvJ,   SMl'TH,  Win. Jewell  Express and General Delivery Business. Livery and  Feed Stable.  W0bD   AND    COAL  Eor, Sale  beavc (JrderH at  OWynne's Store.  British Co.umbia  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.  This hotel is now ?iw!" "ef  nianagement, and ia(ir9t ?"  in every ..respect-  TAYLOR,  &   B0��NB��'  ���O-i:**. ,-'' I-  j'ii.n-":'  .['iioransTO-i:  Vic-toria Street.  PROMPT DELIVKRY7  ^ens^Ave.     MOYIE  PIANO  LESSONS  H, C. SALMON  of-Cranhrook  (I'hone 2(1;;.)  visits Moyie weekly.  ���i.'i.ii  ��. at Mi% On  io it.-*  Dr.H.E.   HALL  DENTIST  :rhe Expert Crown  and  Bridge  Worker.  ���Office* ovor  Mr. S.liorL's  W'<1!        Paper       Store  >ng Ave,        Cranbrook  St.  Josephs   don  KSJ.KO.V. 11. C  yen*"'  od  B.   C.  Arm  Excellence  ���v.tiiX  partmont.   Paronls   ��h<-'->(1        ���  piir,cu.ar,   One i���bn,U ��--  ubIic the   tl.oro..��!"'c-:   ..  lolhorfi*  of t^'"-3'  April  ."������  ,1111'  ���iifll ��"  Corwnicrciid  | coutbob n  upeciiiHy. ^  I .win praSrT <*>��>^ ^'.for  lliff ���  Hie  1'lT"1"  Sisters  n  (jo.iiii.v.nco.bin'ii'O'  I'imilH are ��  .'upi  iltftilloil 'J'iri  1


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