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 tf!  \  >.-,  t  Goods.  Fresh  ij|j^JHOV>i''��''j *���&   5*--��AS  ''J^Ba was nevei better,  v'jt^^d let u3   &5iow  tliem  *"'^^P     to yon.   c'  ���|||��oii, the Jeweler.  (,(*> A<,1(1,,  t-rit  o&zzSu*. SA^S^ Pi5j2i%^A  !3����  don't  fail to look over our  ' line of X\1AH   K'"--'.  W.  li. Wilson, Jeweler.  MOYIE,   B.  C  NOV. 27, 1909.,  $2 A YEAR  KOYIE.  r' ri^ present.  iuiu to l,tty c:* '  trie, best}m. .  i" speciilitjoj  ^cqnt.lvfc m  irds...Asna;i.  iuls if "desbi,.  aJs, for myself  Jicy were my  ���gary^Alta.  Cold Days Are   Coming  'Gel prepared with warm reliable, undery'ear  ,  for .the  winter.  w        ' '     ' ���   '  Shave bought very heavy 'and are .offering a. very  Eial line in-mens' heavy underwear at $2 per suit.  Watson's Unshrinkable." ��  m  ���; CMistiiias   Cards. ,"���  re have just received ,the' best aijd largest, line  [nnported Christmas cards ever shown in Movie.  '<"'.E :G. ���QWyNNE..',.'."'"  : We Aimto Please You  fy buying tlietb'est-and often we procure for you.  *e freshest and' purest of groceries. ���  W*e diave,  -the goods forvour  XMAS CAKE.     , f  faisins,   Currants^ Candied- Peels, nuts,   etc.'  Jhey-'-arc.all'.this sesons new slock,and we guarT  a'ntec every oimce.  v ��� Saturday rSpeciaL  No!;,!'apples, ��2.40 p'etfbbx, today only.'  ���'   , Premier McBride Makes a'.  Clean   Sweep.     ,   \  .Never in the history of the province has. a political, part}'  made such, a sweep. Premier McJBridc is returned to power  with 37, supporters. The���Socialists have elected two--Haw  thoi-nthwaite of'Nauaiino/and Parker Williams of Newcastle.  The Liberals so, far have only two���Brewster;-of Albenii, and  John Jardine of Esquimalt.,     ,',* ,�� ������    ,  1 Following is the result of "the, Craribrook,,riding.' ,  , - ".     ,. ' '' : CRARIBROOK 'DIVISION.'. r," ' ,V ,     ",  -'-"' ..Get tli'e iiabit. '     Go to  |:cR0WB;:BR0s:-;&',cd;  '���lumontblvpaymc-nlspf   ^5.0^. 1^1- is   the.   ^investment  today,   i* issure'to.��cr����i�� value and ��; reinvest your   savings with.,us.     Write  us   for  fuctly safe,  full' information  r(X);3^.,,  jE & ELWELL'  Cranbrook. B C.  ���    t                                                           r  Caven.  Kiugsgate,   ���  7  Yahk,      ,   -  '.   21  Moyie,    < '   ���  '11-1  "\yattsburg,  ''.24.' .  Rock Creek,   v. -  8'  Warducr,  , 41.  Grotliers' Mill,   -,  *  - 1  WyclifTe,  [17  Marysville,'  '���30  Kimberley,  '    26'  Wasa, ,   '     ,  ,,15  ForL'Steelc,  39   '  Craubrook,'   ���,,  422  Macdonald,  '4.  62,  U. ���  2i  4- ��  14  26  3  37  27  304  T05'  Fitch.,  h  1  3  79  ' -'A .  i  0  ,1  5  '     1  -'  0  '     0  4  . 101  >-���>�������� ^w'���*>.��� ^ '^.- x--*.- v��.-^>sr-��i.' r -w^wx*.- ^���>fc.>k.' v-^->iu- "^.'  i^ft*  Leader, Moyie:���1 am deeply  gratful to the people of British  'Columbia foi' the recognition  which the government apd my  policy have received at the poll^.  The result did not come wholly as'  a surprise,, for I wag convinced  that by the indications that' the  attorney general and J ' met with ^  all over the country during our  tour that' it would be virtually  a clean sweep for the Conserva-_  tive policy in JJriti^h Columbia.  The people of the province have  shown unreservedly' their confidence in the proposals to bring in  the Canadian Northern line, and  extend,the River Valley railway  operation. between now and  the session of the legislature,  which is expected will open on  January 20th, uo time will, be  lost,in concluding the final agreements to be committed to parliament, containing specifically, all  ,the reforms that I have promiesd  to the people. The railway  legislation will have first place in  tuo session, and the program "and  the bills will be > passed as expeditiously as possible.    '    '  This may be taken as  the'.'com-   �����$$&$��s&2^$$$$$��$*$<5$$$&7l  vuencementby this(,government of,j/(\ GENERAL  FLOAT    ' ''ffi  a "very substantialandprogressive  $  ���fly  rutiksf! I  Largest and; Newest'. Stock,  ! i I  Real good trunks at a very n little' price;  32,   34, 36 inch darkrgrcen,    '     '  waterproof canvas   covered.        ,   '  ash   slats,' leather   straps,  ', brass lock,   on~e  tray  with  hat compartment, fitted with  ''   the celebrated ball brasses in ,���    ��� ,  the corners.     ��� '.,  \rr'  ���m  MacEacheni & Macdonald.  Get Your  ���50.  ���'���) 1  AW'A  f It t  and keep-your feet warm and dry.  Rubbers of all descriptions  aiKl    '   prices     ^ right. '  W * F IT CIT S     REGARDING PRICES  t j- ,t   ��� r     1 *   ^  '   Caveu's majority,  260. ' - -    _ ���..,',,'"'  'Caye'ii.'s election was expected, but the majority lie received  was a surprise to evenT the most., enthusiastic . of, his fri^eiids.'  .He.had'260, over ;JM.-A,-Macdonald,' and had 159 votes -more  than the wio cJUIaedoaaJd aiid Fiteh, thsSaltia'list^amliinod^  ���Iii the whole district candidate^Fitch ^received only 101  votes, and only 22 outside of Movie.  In .Moyie 137 voted for local option and 101. against, , giving a majority in fav6r of 34.   There,were eight spoilt ballots^  There were 397 more votes polled iii the Crau brook "-"riding  this election tliau were polled here at the Dominion election  a year ago!  ' In the Kojtenavs, Braden carried Rowland, Schofield  Ymir Wright Kelson, Mac Kay Kaslo, Hunter 'Slocau, Taylor Revelstoke, Parsons Columbia, ,Cavcn Craubrook and  Ross Fej'uie.    All Conservatives.  Vancouver and Victoria went solid, and John Oliver,_ leader  of the opposition, lost in both Victoria and Delta.  Almost every defeated Socialist lost his deposit.  ' The Provincial legislature will meet on the 20th of January  and the question of a leader for the opposition will have to be  settled.  There are  51, prisoners iu the  provincial jail at Nelson.        , '  The Fernie Ledger intends  shortly to issue a daily paper,'  Kid McCoy is.,to train Jim Jef-,  fries for His championship fight  ���with Johnson.  U.   VCLJ    3UU3WUU1U1 iliJU'piUy IUOO!> 13 t t\\ i f(\  policy of development by railway (��S.��fef���ee������66���666e66ee��as��tf  building. , I want especially to -Macleod's population is 2,06i.  thank the Conservative press  throught the province, all, the  sneakers >who have assisted us on  the platform during the just- ended cbmpaigu, the-workers' whose  industry have so ' largely contributed .success, and lastly 1 want  to acknowledge to the country the  efficient and invaluable service  leuciered during the campaign by  my x'colleague,""tlie", Hon.' ,\V. I T.  "isowsierr- -^^,6-ieaaer'CO���alo[-naA'���e"��� iiJ  more faithful and energetic ^lieutenant than I possess in the ,.at-  torney ��� general. Encouraged  and        supported       by the  strongly.expressed confidence of  fche-ucoole. I hope to carry the The Merritt Herald says that iu  affairs of British Columbia as to j is reported that J. Peck Mac-  secure for the province the fullest | Swain has taken the gold cure  in  and largest measure of substantial Seattle.    The Panhandle smelter enterprise is once1 more on its feet nnd  the interests of the shareholders  of the Idaho Smelting and liefiu-  ing comgany hive been conserved.  . -The C5oldQelfV��li'��fciMct..i.tt.K'evn<Aa  ore every month.  Some stemeri are now charging  a passenger rate of $7.50 from Seattle to Prince 'Rupert. '   ���'  ^^^^.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^t  MOVIE'S    LEADING    HOTEL.  Hotel  NAL  ��� mirier ������*��*������  ��� is first cN  Tho best of accommodatious  for  tlic Traveling Public.  Urge an��l Commodioua Sample Rooms. ���^ "w��"  McTAVISH & CAMERON  Proprietors.  ;;-. w w ^ V <�� <�� >r��� ����^ v *<������>**>'  ip. ^ \  progress and prosperity.  RICHARD McliRIDE  Mctoria, Nov. 20,  Miners' Union Ball.  Wo  1  lil\ C  the  Tor Men  and  Boys   ���   ..._ finest creation of OAl'S over .oc.i in the ^  th��� product of the Eastern Cap   Manufacturing   I o.,   Luc.  Ladies', die ^'patterns, coals,: uiulenvwir, ho^-e, etc.  1'Vlorgetour2'0.Ocn(uryi.Cl0tlii.n  StiinfujUrs Underwear.  ������Dow'  a n  d  THE     li-U'UNlSlll'Ht,  , ����<H? ����9ee�������� e<3sa��t��(��9��>w��  ^2e��e*��������^^*��so*��s&tf*eeSS'3G|  ;on^  ,ol c^<"1  Imperial Bank of Canada.  . Capital   Authori.ed------*10."^'^^  . .���.- -n,ooo,ooo.oo  ,,   .,   ' : .:.���"..-i.ooo.ooo.oo  BRANCHES   IN  BRITISH COLUMBIA-  Capital.raid Up-������- '-'Z^annim ,    ��� g  tlll.��><"f  Cranbiook, Arrowhead, .Golden.  Kfihlopps. Mi  llunf'i  ii in'  o. wif" '"  ii��-  ichel.   New   Michel  Fernie,.Nelson, Revelstoke. Victoria, and Vancouver. ^  Drafts and Money Orders sold available m any  pari of the World  lntemsL allowed oiTilJ'Pusi.tH  fi-om   di>to  ".'' ,l,,,u,tS'  '  ^OYlis BRANCii.   '��� J, F. M.   PSMKHAM.  Manaijcr-  Ail Exciting' Day.  Election    day   iu    JMjyie  , was  quite exciting.   The vote, 253, win' j  the heavi3st evei;, polio 1 bore, but  bhere was no, trouble  in  getting  through,   In the election  of  candidates' tliere was only 'one  spoilt'  ballot, which spe'ak-3,well for .the  ,  intelligence of the  voters. ,-, B.>th^  the    Conservatives!  and Liberals  received the returns  at  thair  re"-"  ���  spectivo committee rooms.     ,  f   '  ,  ,wr:iu  JJ,^.^;.!  ,.1rT.-;H?.?.!c.  Oraubrook Herald: M. M. Midler, for the past three yeirs em- ,  ployed at the .Imperial IS ink in  various capacities, lef c yesterday  for 0U.dgary where he h\s been  transferred to the branch in that  cicy.' s'In sporting circles he Ava3  a baseball enthusiast .and much  of the success of the g-ime in Craubrook was due to his elTn'ts. ll'n  friends in Cranbrook wish him  success in his new field and tho  rapid advancement that his  ability warrants.  The tenth annual ball of the  Moyie Miners' Union ,will bo held  this year on Wednesday evening,  December 15th. The price of  tickets will be as usual, S2.   There  will be the   best, of   mu.-dc,   and      Mi.  ftnd  Mp?>   F_  j   FllItoi1j of  supper will be served at the Hotel Iiaiuloop? have icffc fol. E(lgiand  Messrs. Riel and Worthy have  dissolved paibuorship iu the Cies-  tou Realty ,A Timber Co. C. P.,  Riel will carry on the business of  the late firm, while (���!. 11. Northey  has accepted a position on , a fat  salary in. Vancovver.  Kootenay. Following is the com  mittee: Mike Torpy, Herb Jackson, Fred Barker, Wra. Fleming,  Albert (Jill, James Roberts.  The Great   Bengough.  Great interest is being taken in  the appearance hero on I>i3cember  lltliof J.W. Bengough, tho celebrated cartoonist and entertainer. Scvcial person? are now-  living in Moyie who saw him  years ago, and they liavo no hesitancy in pronouncing one of the  cleverest entertainers they have  overseen. In Vancouver a few  nights ago he ha I a. b'K house,  and. Mayor Djugltis's of the city  presided.  En route they will 'Stay over at  Washington, whore Mr. Fulton  will visit the forestry department of the United Stales to  gather data for the use of the  provincial forest) y commission.  Tho grass fed southern Alberta  cattle have again nnd-j an enviable record. P. Miiriiss & Co.  this week purcha-e 1 $20,000  worth of cattle which ranged  northeast of Calgary, averaging  1,170 pounds.  Coing to Kelowna.  K. F. Oxley, who has been connected with the store oi R Campbell for the past year or more, is  leaving codajr for Kelowna. where  he is going into businss for himself. Mr. Oxley will make good  for ho has the right stuff his  makeup, and Moyie regrets losing  such a good citizen.  A   False  Prophet.  Bi'low i<5 printed tho last big  scare head that apporod in t!u<  Ciunbrook Iletald pi'ior to tho  election.  "CHEAT VOTE MAKINV.  MKKlMXi;/' "M. A. Macdonald,  the Liberal candid iU\ makes his  eiOcLion'toinorrow  a    certainty."  Progressive   Fernie.  1 Progressive Pernio, a book gotten up by the District Ledger of  Fernio, is tho sweliest thing in its'  line that has readied this olliee in  some time. It shows the marvellous growth of a city in one year,  for Fernie it must be remembered  was wiped, olf the lace of the  earth by fire jusb one year ago  the first of August. -The publication is a beauty, and tho artistic  work is a credit to the District.  Ledger.  Prepared  for the next, cold spell.  underwear,  sweaters, '.shirts,  excelled:' ���  Our lines of heavv  etc,,   are  ,iiii-  Wc carry a full, liiu  .white, gray and all colors  ,,i  of   wool   blankets,  Also comforters  Premier . McBride.  the Greatest Province, in   Canada.  iVliUCT  111  .'FOR   SALK -Five  room   house  on Victoria street, with good|| gar-1  den.    Your own terms.   Api'ly to'l  P. Lutuer, '  and cotton blankets.  Prices   are' .the''.lowest,    and   don't forget'  .your coupons. 1 ^  Daylight  Store,  ROBERTS & MESSiNGER  4S.  ����� Jfr' ;'>"''iS^,:7^ ���^'S' 'JS> ^ ^ ^\  '  !'.   ���-  ;,��������  '��� <  I'  ;i;  > i  i'.  '-��. i  ' > At  ������x.  ��� - ft-1  r"r,u  '   ''' 1 '"'W  .". if, ij. ' 'A*-i!3'|  ���&;. -.-������-;:��*��&  -1'V     ,'-  f.-gv\  ���\?y ; i- '������Mil  , -'.'ir. i. 'f-  e,-,'.j?Af  ��V,.-:. *,!.   -"ixl  'i,'V',r, -V- rvM  i    i   kv-'^tf-   iii.*p��^Jt^  \ c  ,1 -  '! "  ���'I  Vti  ���'-,.^;..i,,i  t wfi��ai*��sirtV'( ^ j\*  B&flJBMB3BEWBMI m
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rsl.li-li.ui ;,, j,},, mttr.s.t of the-people
of UwyjV ami E.,j.j Kwitpimy.
F. .1. MfYril.'p
lone, but   of   all   tho   gu\V.
iMinmercu   tint    m:i-r   fiti.-j   be-
xwern &z. \ aid. I: ,!iuh and   Ciiir- !
ag»and the P.icifio o-jean lead.
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SATl/lUUY, NOV., 27,   1900
Pay your election
look pleasant.
bets
Jiiglnvsy-, at (V > is-r    cone   of    «he
< o C   to    the    railways   operating i
ovui   the Aiin'ih-sn   JIjcU-j--,   aid,
;iti-j'i.st  «•«   v,-olJ   th.'it  Anieiic-an
(rairoad   magnates   hhould   rccog' J
j in'-/.' tho f.u-t r '
!    ".More-JviM-,    let   me   ndd    that '
wnilv Vancouver   is   most  advan-
! tageoti,ly   titu iLed    for   iutqrnal
and   oewm   commerce   than   any
 o-Lher.fcify   of   tho   rontinent,   the!
;   j beauty  of  its ,bituat,ion   f.u   and'
au"a~-"a v;l>' f>xcel^ that of Naples,   \"en-,'
riccorXew  Yoi k.   'lc hvs  a   =um-[
hnrr Jiealth resort and its .winters.'
{.iio, milder than those of  Atlanta I
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> f issjten ^>   >±j£CV€tS
"i\ rrc ii one mm In the 1'iii'cd States who fias nfrtjpi hcurd
r_i(.M>; ^otnen'h sc-:ri'!s ib 1:1 any other man or vwru.ii]  i" the
Ciuicti-y.     'iii^v; (.t-riets are not tecrets of jlnilt or sh.uric, hut    5
:!u- scorei5  t>i" lufierini,  mid  they have been confided 10 Dr.  •£.'.
J|. ^^ IJjerc.^ ia t.'je J.ope r.nd evpectarion of adiicc ami help.     4
lli.-t few oi tkie women Live been disappointed in tlietr ev-
pectations  is pto\cd by the fsot  that mnety-cight pi-r cent, of
oil  I'omen  freifed   by Dr.   fierce   Jln^e been,  absolutely ond
ellojjetiiisr cured.     Such a record would  be rcmaikuble if the
eases  treated wers numbered   bv hundreds  only.    Ilut  v\l,cn
thit record  applies to slio treatment of more than h:df-J- million women, in a r»-Jctiee of over -10 years, it is phena.nenal,
ntid entitles Dr. Pierce to the gratitude accorded him by women, as Hie first of
gpccialists in the treatment of women's diseases.
luery sick m>;nan may consult Dr. Pierce' by letter, absolutely without
cnaae. All replies are mailed, sealed in perfectly pltiin envelopes, without
sn> pnnrui^ or advertisiinf whatever, upon them. WriJe without fear as with-
I' il'T'   N   V dispensary Medical Association, Dr. K. V. Pierce, Prcst^
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{Chancellor (Join. K, It    tf.    S.
THEGANADlA].Jl)l1
OF COMMPrS
B- £ 'STATKER, President
, Branches throughout Canada, a
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I here win be   tilings 'doing , It has but n pipu) ition of 100,000:'
in liockey circles this winter. '; |" ^'x.'-y   yuars   it  will   oucstrij»'
■ As Lowrey Sees Things.
(*«eew-,ood Led„-r.)      '
The   Follies of Men:
i 1'aiis nnd Burlin."
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Ubgular 'lutetiiiffs
on the first Wed-
nisili\y of eticli
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way with  equal facil.ti
CRANBRQOK BRANCH.
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Xoav   let   jiarty differences.'
'cease and boost for your town.
FWl*i   Wnrk   V'q-Ut    I   'r°bB
A \vi«' woman   onOa  said  that;
a ■--—J— '        ] there  wvm  ih'reu   follies  of 'men j
J     Zjro'N spending   tho  winter in I tint 'always    amused   ,her.'   Tho j Visiting  biethern va koir.e,
itheYukoK.   ' .'first was cl'tmbing   trees  to shakes '     a T. MeUret'or, "IV. .M
Defeated
never    liav
c.nHiid.ites   would
believed  .there'
limit in anything.
I foil.or Leaver
DA. Ayrori, Secretary.
duct/of tho stom
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'on   muat never ex-'j the   iruir: ,tKnvn,   when   if   they .      1). A. Ayro.s, Secretary,
n anytJiing. j would wait long enough the fruit   i^-gassi—_■ ..—    -
nis   ]ar6e]yai>ro  I woiid fail  itself: thR  second   ivasl^g     Miner&'~~TTni™
aach ■[K-oinff  f<» war  to  kill each other, i        J ;UB,   "       umon
copper  e.unp\he!when  ?-f  tht'y  on',y  w*iled ihcy N°' ?l   W' F* °f M'    »,
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It takes all  su-ts,, of' people   to,'   Although    a   copper  enmp''(lie.
co„,d be so r.v liar, in   the '^^™'^r5^1 Z-1 *%£ t"^T 7""'^ '    ™^'' "- -<»" "■
r,      ,      , ,       . ■   .     ^^omoriascpriedin   tli3   Dj.-uin-fcbo  11,-11,.  nV /, J '      ,] d,d 110fc llj  s/-> tho  women  would
;Croslon s amateur dramatic'iai.  p,r thtflD fche tUi,s,,Vi>1.k b> • ^'"i^p0' ^ l>l't.^d" tho • boSuril to rnn ,lftei. tJiem<  B       ^
club will soon put .0:1 the three, #«* afc 2 a. n,    Ui8ing  trom h{s ■    °m^( ^   !^- '« -'df r { ----- -   ,- ~v
naturally;   and    the -Mcel.i in Mt-Grcgor h:»Ucevery "Salur-
1 third -,vm^   that'thev  should   run   ''"^  even'«ir.   ., ^jouniing - inemlierh
Are eordmljy invited to ntu*uil.
Jaiuc* Roberts'
■   Secretnrv
act     d:
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John ilciyd,
Pri'iidouf.
nni, I he   Squaw ^ atfc.    ,
,   L-ciug close to a,  res- jiuencej. hU  d «iv 'rotriij of dunes , - -
, °  .   .,   -   < .     .    lnn/i.f 1.;.. ■   .   .. " / w,i.s senfcto  j iii   nine, inonths for'1
, -- .---    preseufc.
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> ■,
n-ation   the' nlav 'no" doubt  "ud Worship,. long  b.furo sun-I^.Rf-to  Ju*   »"ie, J^^hs for
•ill bcgivcn lpcai color.    ,      ffthe sigVj Q? t,n ^^^ ^^ j house.   jttf   sboulJ   movo . WMt
"~T#;~~    . JsJiwHiksin singlo   file  to   their1'"       OPeU     a'rea,1 esfc-^o office,in
The     canipaio-u    is   ended; jcb*P"l, where for.hours 'tboy  on-! ' A'l^nve^\
-   '„,; ' i, ' i„,i ..c:  ' f GTM?e in prayor.   O., the seats' 'arP    „•   l' C?°jCl^ ^  kiI1^   m my a
ton,   Ojtjkriu,  a   nwa |     mft ,fA,, „   ,-.,     . .       .     „
lo steal a  kiss   is  natural,     lo
buy one is .stupid.    T,vo gtrld kis
f.-mg U a wa.-te of'time.    To kiss t _, '     > , -   -
one's,  .-iscei-   is   proper.   To   kiss r ^ranorooJl,
'one's  wife^is  an' obligation.    To '
^Macdonald.
B.irrtcters, Solieiiof-?/isTotarieij, EW.
B.  C.
I JttSt  Thillk Regular Watchc
,for 3 years by 400 of thoN^lin, ^7-  ^
. .• '   o     o .1   " 1 f.L'j>) m 11, ,
.  la jewel- 0 size, 25 year huminj *,' L*
I.i jewel 16 s,ze; opc„ ,aie 20    *"•**•
,   ''   . ■-'   >vc invite you to ovi,„;, ," '
. Practical. .Watchmaker WJ(1
, Victoria St., South.
kiss an ugly  woaiand.s  gallantry. { ^^ '
To liiss  an  old, faded   woman   is j       '" ™- - GURD,' '
,and most people arc ffljul of it.J pli;eed    v6ry   .fl.,/ "~:™ ";;!,man^d for  tint reason it inigh't I t" "'.*' tt°  °1"'. "^   WOman   i3 I  " '
The    average man ' will m,oW,W3 ,'of . Lvi^    ^ i^M J."bI8-^nWe11  fci dicd^  ~^ Ju-t  ^^T!-   Tok.«.a young, blrish-       »
turn his attention  to patchiuo- No«,u land   Hch.y" i»nminated^ in ^?.!jam° "!^e do d^«.    Then   ^ ^"^^ea d.^erent thing. «„„.
-1      to-    - ",,       .'        coIOfs.    .The   chintd   e'so   qnm',i   .     ■    7 U3'  with    ""lutatod
up the dtflereuces and hcaHue- weir „., fn ,,1a 0..,,      "' °   s;0llhd ''     " '    "
' . ; we,rJ|/ ln the sull morn; and ■ the
the sores induced by',the" fnc-jeffJ«-fc.  is acceaiux^ d'wh"-i' th- \°V .jp,c?m:iins   Pat-a-pie,   we  can'
■   tiou'of disagreement With' his  m,nastr3i belI^aId ollfc   *«' rieh^^0,!1" r° SwiImJbIVJ ?fc^  to'the
.'.,,-' ■      , - .   '        jtonc^ ' t. ' »«inff.stationIiglad   iu the thoughf
*»eiffhb°rs-.    ,        " /    K"6»«thetiQ,eoftheTl.appi3fcrhafc   °"r   demi;e   ™   ^rleotly
,   ■ ^T-7- '   .. p^otjjlventoptuyerand   medi- j ff^1"' «We * mi^6   here   remark
-     At '   the    ■ Spokane     Apple   ttitloa> ^'though che1 greater  mrt f    -J" there aro no c'03k3 »n heeven
Show Kooteuav secured  four- /thi^^i" S"'ot?d to ,s^irituftI a'thouS^ , ar°/er^ed   the^
loin     things.    The IVappisfc is a Marnier     ,'"-1US6    °«tside   tho ..gate
teen priz^J   and   Brit's1.^ Col-,!a^ «'ell as a pnest,  and  the ,Oka fthe.sPaeo is; f"H of waiters,
uwbia secured 18 per   cent' of ,'farm'of SOp acres   is   one » of ' thef
iKIUSTElt, SOI.1CITOK,   ETC.       ^
i CRAxNTBROOJC.' '      '     '.'   B   c
ug girl i3-^q
To kiss one's rich aunt is hypocri-,
sy.'Kissiag   three, girl^  on (the
same day is extravagance. To'kiss j _ >.     . ■-
one's   mother-in-huv   is',   a'   holy I ^?«h-F.   B.   MILES,
saerifiee.—rThe Sun '
Nifty   Fall
!rant»rook, /        b
A ..^-^-U^r-t   A li-u
• to—>"-«»■
sides'this" a b6:c of Baldwins
was' selected for''presentation
to President Taft.     '   '   L
'excellent,   vegetable"' fearden"'"u
niaiutained; and a  lavgo  orchard'
and vineyard   adds   picture^ncs •
nesstothe   rural   scene/    Wheu
The prospects are good for
Moyie having two more shipr
ping mines on or before the
first of the year. On both
the Aurora and the Society
Girl properties tnmels are be-
iud drLven to tap ore bodies'
that arc almost certain to exist.
Women, not to mention;
children, usually feel better
Jifter "a real good crv " T+-
seems thai tears not only
soothe the spirit, but also
serve another useful   purpose,
, Somewhat   Mystified.
"Wbafs the tax?'; asked a 'long
whiskered  countyfied  individval
.,     , p    -—■   —•-»•       tvuuu   lx>lJsiuff before the box office win"
the hour   for  farm  work  comes.   doW of a theatre at which%£    Z
aie-Trappist-donsawoiklnggownl^atrteH was   pltvinJ **
s. ently to their labor.    Somo' are       "A   dollar  and   a   Zt    F*''
allotted- to    the   gu.dens,   where   stairs, a dollar  nP^ ^d
with   great   tlie treasurer.
"What's a-doin'?",was the  next
the .ore  worldly  oecupa^n "of •' Un^w^d SSet^ & ^
weeding the onion bed   or  hoeing f     "ft >batt Alan e ,M      ^\
the turnips and carrots. j onie reply. '     Wa3 th° -Iac-
"Downstairs?-' asked tho   rustic.
John Houston's Paper ~-*me the l-*^ ™;
Georg-e; H Thorr^pson; .*
BAKRisTwri,   Solicitor
■Notary Public:, .fcc.'      ' ',-'
j Pbone 9. '
one  may -see-  them
industry on their knee?, not pray
ing this   time,   but   indulging- in
The first, issue   of John   Houston's new paper, The.Forfc  George
iribnue, has been received afc this
office.    It U  dated  Fort  George
November 0th, and is   as   aggres-
'. WWEWEVy.'STOCK .of  'tlie
nattiest    'in   >^u'   Suitings
from . eastern   and English   W* R-'BEATTy
manufacturers, just received. _    ■Emb^rft'er and Under ink*.,-,;,
Thoy , are   undoubtedly   the
handsomest   and   most  dis.
tinctivo 'fabrics   that  have
yet been   offered  and   those1
u-lio would   have something
select , in    a   Suit   for   fall!
should     leave    iheir   ordei ,
early.    A fit guaranteed and,'
at a reasonable price.'   ■ r
VVhy Pay More
'    x *<      j ii
t i*  \ t <
it lire?
' ' ■      •       °i • , i    '
,, Our, stock' is;tho LargesHn the district, and iii
' r t ' '    best "assorted.
L    '  L>      ' ,   . ' . ' ■  •    ,
Our aim lias.ahvavi been to' Ktuok .uch lim
■ t ;    ;0veh-day pio'pjo c:d! for.every^V." '
/7: Common Ghairs
SeHing jW, noV nt J^ ceils.,. LlmirctfnuaAiV
,., '     . , e*'cK Customer
Gfanfarook:   Co-Operative
m
r . .    , 1 -■- - "-■-"■• "i-.tuesoing a
td an eminent   specialist   as-: ton's Tiihunes alway
«ive and interesting as 'm^Iw  itftTth1^  °f   Mm   iu  the
f:^., ,.  .n. .-i. . "uo   ^'th   the   remark
And what sgoin on upstairs?"
•  Robert    Mantel],"   curily   re  ITD   ^       • • •
Peated    the .treasurer.       "What" ,PreSSin&  and  Cleaning
Puce seat do you want*" ^       '
Ihe,f" P"t  down   hiri   dollar
received  his ti-o-oi-    <i U1"-r.
13 llt-1>-et,   then   turned
serts that the saltiness of tears
clears the eye and refreshes its
delicate org-auism. ' In their
passagc down the face the tears
the Rostand Aihier.
h'ort  George is  hiUr.te   at  the
junction of the Xechaco and   Vva-
serins  upon   which   soap   and i ForL ;;eor^e is over 100 years  old'
• water have no ciTea, and thus!16 'US "°fc l]*"red   h>  any  cen.su,!
1        —===== 1 ^0, * |ie„ its nourini,   mill   made J
A 17 >o   ;;our that was   used   by   the!
On Vancouver.    !^1no:i..!-!r, Tlnny,rf ^'
chat   lie]
nro,   says   ponltln'i- r , '""    UIJai'   ne
y    coddnfcseewhy   they   had   two
d"fl«-entprioestoLen,..tho  sane
same time,
. Done
Prices Right.
3. A. F0OTE
Merchant Tailor.
MOYIE,
.Asmado by the present brewer Nndniik^;,
__„pest Jieerin Kast Kootenay.   U'itb Uielte.j
.-.. jand the Purest Spring Water it is irnexalltii|
v ,'iuahty.  l IiiKisfc on having Moyie Beer.
130TTLED AND DRAFT 1WI
"- V.'l'nrlcr.C
T-T-McVittIc.C.E.,I>   L. S
^cVITTIE & PARKER
r«OM.vci.vi; Land Su«v,:viv«
*   FINING .KX«IN,:iSKIN0|
stimatcs Furnished
j OP PICKS
B. 0,,librtSfc^IeI». O. Box 25!
fl:
UArr.un v
Hi
§ ,  MUELLER & HESSE,   PE0PS,
@ 3VEO'^'IEf B. C, 1
Coining to Moyie
December   Hih..
M0RLEY  HALL
(Oanbrook V. O. i}ox 11.
I
i
the ground on which   wheat
wa? i
1'. A. O-Farivll   hi, tho  follow- ism"'vn   J-   civoicd    with   second
"•?<'  hiy   reg.uding   the   fu«Ure j ymu*t!l P'>i>l w.
,of V,ulcouVc,: ,   ■.•'^e^''t;«eorgo,of today i,   an
^^oi,nothi;lg;a IfcaIj     QmjWin villayoof 100 u,en„ women
•vableto   the   f,rti!ity.   of   th-^ children,    who  .iivo. ,;n : log
' ka-nogan valioy,  uov   to   the e,    ' h'—"        '    - J°8
gating,   beauty,   of.   its    ];lk,
•■-'le.-OKs  nothing jn ■ Sivitzerlnad |
'"..V1 ' Ti'r'.'1'°"'-i'»  -»hemia  thiit
^■."1.1).u-al.le.-l the loveliness of . th v I
.An;o>vIak«0,of  th0   Kootenny,!
»"dov0.,   Killarn,y   pi,es   l,efore i
the wondrous   beauty   of •■.IVa-er I
laic >. . '..'". I
' ■   ''t i.my ho   a
^.'orkers to ]i-..v,
. \raiH::)uver    wii
m-.il A.-rs'ip:'.;.!:.,.,
tin's
j and   children,
j ^"^3 on an Indian reserve of a?,
!pi.-ox!matoly 150,0 acres '
YORK
1   ite?
•S':!'])i ise
t nat    Sfihio
ska
( 'S THE GKEATK3T
to. kw| THEATRICAL ^''SHev/ PIPER
fi.
h:.>   (.he  grea
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r'o.",tiiionf-,   ari.i   3.
t.'l.f CIS ..       \-.i;,...,„..,.,.   ;
U;m! g iluw ly  not of ;v.
day; ,        ««, THa Vt-'OR? j>
-t ;S4.00 Per year, " SipgleC^fOCt
■t «:ich is.  Sample Copy. Frff
tho   nut,   ' - r'CL"
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ALWKKT.r  ;,„UI,, - fiMiJ.i-f ,Z "■'    ' *"
.  ill.vjh;:::;. 47','.'  •....,....'"• V.'1 ,.
Cartoonist and
Entertainer,
On   His Farewell Tour.
Tea tes
Cigars
Tobaccos
Fruit and
Coiifeflonery
I M0Y1E    HOTEL
I a j<\ jojia'stojv
| This Hotel is New and well Furnished M
i        lables are Supplied with the Best t
Market affords. The Bar is Pilled wittf
the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars
.HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMERCIAL
AND MINING MEN
.IIK1TZSHC"
iirS»w
FitOM
i##**""
A. B, Stewart
—THK-
s
«SS«
Thos. Summers
(;'«arP,   Tobacoo.  Frinfc  ^
G^nfectionory.
Toys,.;.not/.,WiS   M.(,
Couth   Victoria   st.
iilral
Cha
Lhamberiain'a ''""•-■ <i,.,),n .„„"
" lj ''V:iv'' iilc.
.'"KSflULMEK     JIICOS,    Foi.n.
'ur-c snmjile room in connoclion
w"-h house for commercial men. Bcsl
9f I'-coinmodiilion.! i|   .
Jfeudqinirtcrs /or   Commercial and Mining Men.
\smb.YOVii
KOOTENAV
STEAM
lAUNDBir."
.NKI-SON'
All White Labor-
C."
' fjoave work with the
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ill THE UlADKR, ]\I(1VJE, BJtITiSTT COLUMBIA.  U M5.TANT IAL  EVIDENCE?  YP ��� -r  x  HE-TRAGEDY   OF   THE  IN    GREEN    STR E ET  A   TR U E   S  HOUSE  T  O R Y  <Copjr1sh��. IW>\ l,y thp Vow yorU Hit.Id Co. All   IlL-ifls  riffi-wil.'  ELANCEY' NICOLIf, formerly District  ^Attorney ��� of New York county! says���  ''I sec no, danger in circumstantial cvl- \  tlenco that, is not fully provided for in law.  Thero have beciv>very few cases in which innocent persons have been cor.victel on circumstantial evidence/and very few in which innocent pcrson-5-h~��-^bss^fso��=Fictcd on direst  evidence.  Martin find lived as, Pain tor's \vifc>. Mrs. I,. Xor.sc  the uomaii"wI.o li:id been iiwnlvcii'"! :ii1(l hart seen,  rainier come fuun liis kilchcn, (old Iter -lory in full.  IndlcathuiJiiimedJ.'ilcly t'iiul she would he the'iiuM im-  poitant wilnc-.s fur ilii' prosecution. Sim rdcsei ibert  tlie -eric-, of event-, in detail.    The ���slKiiilifiiuce of her  p.'isspd upon it again wnsi'iipepss'iry to obtain a reprieve fiom Governor Allgeld. lie giunted it, mid  a fourth dale, January 2(>. ^vii"< minimi!.  One of (lie lust nl tempt- of Painter to clear himself of'the ciiine in the eves of men was mad' while  lie was confronted with ineiitnbie rte.itli. It was ,i  statement of his view of the case, wiitlenjn his '-ell  ai.d given to Cleik Itlce for puhlHalion after hi- exe-  cuiion. In this ho cilbd "Almighty God to wltnes>i  tii.u lie spolce the truth." and beam with tiie wend-,  "J am Innocent." This tie l.ir.itioti, composed in art-  mirablp style ai.d 'a'.ive with poignant feeling, contained ids story of liis life.   Suinin.iri/ed, it run after   .sra lenient.  lliis fashion:��� l > The execution of George Painter was attended  bv  one  of   (lie   most   terrll.le   Incidents   that   ever   took  -f ������'vr-t  to j_'he Painter anv moie money." Anchor witness, I  r.uil.ley, sw.,ie Hut "Pick" enteitd the (Jieen stieet t  hdu-e ih.it nigh!. }  With  a  i.i.is- of  idid.'nits  of thi-  tenor  Painter''! [  nitoi"i��y-   i an led   the   fight   before   the   Governor. |  AJK'r   a   h i.g   (o'feii'iifu   the   P.\e tithe   announced i  tint ho biMend no  wrong h.id been done iu the con-  liciiiin     lie pointed out Hut Kdwards, so far as wn  known,   hid  shot  jus- \ietims and   had   never strangled   them.     Put   he   granted   the   final   reprieve   .o  January I'd for (lie piesmt.itioii of further evidence.  ���The rtel'enio tired i;s last shot. Picbard Hot-he.  :-ti!l well known throughout the <-ounlry in sporting  c ir, les. was brought f,,rw-,nd lie swore In an afii-  d.uit stating tnai on Jie night of tlie murder lie was  in., n ceitaln notoiioiis lesort in Chicago when ' Ed-v  viirds, wliom lie know, fame in with his hands and  clothing colored with bio. d. He a'sked the nnn ,  v here he had been and Kdwaids replied, the stnte-  menr read, that lie "had gn on a woman a iri'nnning  in Ciceii f-iieet."   ��� *���  Governor Allgeld brushed this affidavit aside ns  unwoi thyr: consideration: lie de-i.'ied that it was  woilhb'-s on lis f.'Ke, shi'e no guiltv man would  ff.'ine ficsh from a mud-dor to n j ulille pl.ice ami  exhibit tlie stains ]j,�� Lore. He said the evideni-e  siiowed that Painter had heal en (lie woman a-* oftoi'  as Tiie time* n week. rlt was usua'llv ��o. be v-  niiii'ked. Mill) a nnn who li\fd "n money ho' co.n-  pelled a woman lo cu-ii. Prom tint moment It was l.  uppareni- lh.it Palnler must banjr. but tbt? prisoner  did not cense to protest liis iuno'ence to any one who  would   listen,   tin,illy   drawing   up   his   posthumoua  .'/  Vj  )���.  sJdQil_  f:f-orpc~ir."T'7fiuIer wis,born In P.rooklin   In  1 *?."��.".  liis  father hein^ a  Metliodlst   ruinl-ti r.    Ife  learned  the trade of machinist in South iVorwalk. f'oun., and  ��� later lie conducted a druj? si ore in P.rooklvn, which  lie srdd. lie moved to Chicago and for a time owned  a laundry in ITalsted street. His wife, came with  liirii. and. "after eleyoivyenrs of happy mariied life,"  coulr.icted consumption and d>d.  ' He met .Alice" Martin, who came to Chicago from  Minueapniis.  and  s-he  l.ce.-fijie  liis common  law wife  '1'liey had lived totretber for a year nmd a li.iif up tn  .(he lime of the ihuider. He lo\ed Alice Martin and  their rol.illon.s were1 of the nleasaiitest nature nnid  lie discoveied that she v>-n^ n.it f.iirlifnl to him. Then  he became despondent and  lock to drink.    At|times  ��� ldaee In thai prrini liome of horrors, the Oook'Count"  ..iiiil. M^niiy there' were who thronjrhour lmd lielleved  (lie man wronged, but liic> hardiest of those mo'-c  lirmlv convinced of ids cuilt Mere not proof,'against  the shock of superstitions doubt that swept upon the  coinninnilv M-hci 'the facts of the last ^eene wore  marie, known. The weaker sawn iud^ment therein. - L .,  i Tt.M.Ts in .(lie north con idor of the iail.'ri'Oin Mdiicb l ���  tlie prisoners bad been removed following custom,  and placed three and four In a cell, lhrnusli (he otiier  parts of I be biiildmcr. About a hundred persons filled'  (lie seats faclntrjtlie sal!oM-s. An hour .before the  time set for1 liis hansim: Painter m-.is led upon the  sen (Told, ids arms iir.ina; led behind bis back;  d ,lie,,M-rou��rht  B~-* Iin.priiny house' In Green'street, Chicago,  Moui'hluj^ to prenm'ure decay; , boM-ed by  faulty i construct ion and .ill iisase held tho  trace of many a sordid seciet behbi'l its three  .storied,, 'weathor lfcaten facade Aloiiff !ta  fi.ifrglnc; stairs and muddy ha 11 way* passed stnuiKO  faces of tho wotkl that Makes to life'm lib the'lrav-  ', estv,of n smile In the frllUer of the Streets' at nijrbt.  .{side by side, in its narrow rooms, huddled simple  poverty anil (be lylns .semljlaneo' of M-e.i'lii;, yet it  wns not crowded, In the sen.se of a'tenement. Tlie  sun seldom filtered thvoush its window*. s:i\c wlicro  n shutter hiinj; invt-y. llupeless. clieerle-ss, it knew  Its unrcM-arded virtues, and its unrehuked "i'lces, jls  nire moments of laughter and Its frequent Hashes vt  \ lfdence. '' ' , <      ���  "Sharp   M-ouls.   1)1om-s.   oaths,   echoes   of   quarrels,  floated through its passages at intervals.   -Then  none to reii)arlt,.or(, io Inquire.    Its  tenants Mere nor  too curious concerning <ellher dts  petiods"of  tunnoil  e>r of K^lenee   r , < ,  ' ' ���,  \ woinai'i invoke from sleep at seme time approach (  lug midnight In the middle of .May. 1S)1. on Uie ruin  liMjr of the  Civcii street  bouse,  tllhd  M-ith a   terror  that  caught  her at  hoi-  throat   like  poisonous  fume*  and  left   her trembling  and  choking  where she l.iv.^  From  below, on  tjie  ��ce,md   iloor.  came  a subdued,  -Klnlsler sourd.    She tiad  slept  lliroimli  many an  uproar   or. waUlng. bad given  it  never n thought,  there was something In the hammering and seullling  beneath that stiuck primitive, unreasoning fear .Into  her. '  How long she bn  tliere listening she could not have  Known   exiu-llv.   allh.-ugli  *l-.e   nft-rvnid ,was   ready  1, lolling to an estimate     Put some time later  noise  ceased, nvd   when  she  li.id  s���mn oned  the  lie tiptoul lo her door and opened II.  wa- lli:liled fioin a ihi'dng ga< 1<*t Uih-  door commanded a i lew- of the slab- to (lie Iloor below and pail of the IimII of tli.it Ho���r. She nnri'i)  one beaid n.iililiie rmtber for some time. In t.ie  ,i,.a,l and middle of the night, while her filizhtened  breathing alone broke tie- -inlet and the gas ikime  mikercd.   I lie  inlimles ,.-����. 0  .lKsiin   unnoted  door in  the lower bail   within  her  held  flung   wide   and   a   man   stepped   out.  sim'lusianllv     It was Geome Painter.  < dd   j< lis.   who   !I\ed   wllb   a  In  tluv'e looms   to which  showed  driwu  and  collected moM of the evidence, and declared that tlie had   suffered   capital   punishment   In   tlie   jail   who .'  policeman's   ambition   had   spurred   him   to, a   point stoodjn no need of stimulants to support lhenVnt the  where  lie  was  willing  to  help  railroad   an   Innocent end     Ife was in possession of nil  his faculties.    lie'  'man  to ids dentil for tlie siorv of a comiction.    lie argued,   disc us.sed.' feverishly  but  fluently, "He   wan  ��J!  emphasised   once  nirain   (hat  liis  clothing  had   been    talking for life, talking against death, his mind still  free from blood, and cast suspicion upon the manner   alert for one more chance of escape, sliarpij, bent upon  In which tlie stains had-come to be on  the overcoat,    sensing   its   consciousness,   Its  .vitality,   lo   the   last  ffi.-hnio_p".  in'   \\'estoMadi.son  street,  playing cards   ,In conclusion he declined that a combination of per-   second. . , '-.'',  mid 'driuking.     The   prisoner's,   explanation   was   iu    .bnvd   testimeny  and   faulty  circumstantial   evidence,       , ,     Then the Rope. Broke. l   '   J  lint ho bad been in Scliib  *    fw       ... u ^^s.  ,     . i ,-J��   I  ** ' 'wl  y '������ .I'-.jEi  V   r'^l  f", ���*"'.��'���  >>-   .a  ���: ^M  *��      "it  ,   * \irvx?t  i-.^'Si  - /- vs  follows:��� v .'  lie   iiad 'come  lion'o  and   had   entered  the  fiteen  had brought'lilinjo ills end.  To one  who i'Kited   liim  In  prison   wlille  he ,was  awaiiinc tlie outcome of the hopeless struggle made.  street house by tlie rear stairway, ii^accordance with    on ids. behalf he elaborated his defence,  liK  habit.    He  had stayed  in  his own room, whhli      4 '    Painter's Defence.  enou  (lu  roura-p s  The lial  '?6^!-ts^^i%-  Suddenlv a  of vision was  f-'he recognized  )\ slill'lietss wcrker lit  woman lus��jwn as his wlf.  this door ga\e ac ess. Ill- face  Adlow li.Ui.0 c:��s 11,1,1 as he Kl.,��. cd along I he hull  mid up the st.Ur,. She ccu-d see his shoulders rKe  And fall like one who slilie* for Ih.mIIi He was e.it.i-  out hut or coat She drew back iato her room as  be came to the foot of the stabs and called.���  "Is anv one up".'"  She made no answer After a M, at P'nise the man  M.ule .mlel.lv back lulo UN l..>me. closing llie door  after him The woman returned lo l.ei post of oli-  ��.n:ill..n. Ome nioie the door l..d..w was thing open  mid the ligure of the man appear, il Mie did not retreat this time and he < art-lit sight of her _  "lias   any   one   been    to   mv   ro.ons   to nUhi .���      ^  asked   with a break In l.N iol, c iii ��1 -m ag.talcd m.i..  Slie  lepl.ed  ih.it she llioughl   not  "Somebody  Has  Killed  Alice"  fbd:"   lie  shilekul.   tbri wlug  bis  aim-  kl'led    my   Albe"       Hi  ,.,,    i���   Hie   st.e. t     while   tin  , , ,      locked  w otnan,  hi r. f  "con  w or.) in  his list  ' :-: ? ..cir.wJ. i.i^OHiNG ins Arms aeove  J.'iS HE \D  |i>mg. quean. n"g   listening, adding tlail.i  t.i  nl   iiiti.esees.  slow I..   1 uildin;;  up bi >   liunud-  nble  sini   (mi-  of  cin n.iisl!ii,c-t-  lie  J.HM:d  I'.'.o < r tluec   h  weie  \. Ilhi'g to su e..i   lint  his   wife.   Ih.il   VjuaiieK   bet  quent  ibnui's of the place  who  I' iinter custom.u dy heat  ,\ 'en   them   w ere  of  Ire  d   nee   woiiriu   who   de  opened on this sfji"    '->a  ��-��k��.�� on ,���iiis hat and  Voat  and  had ('brown  himself upon  the  lied to read.  lieaj ing-iifJ  souiids^ fiofrft irtf���ii'f����fi. i^Tv^^.rtj>,.   J.o  },��.i  grown uneasy, had passed through the kitchen and,  had found Aliie Maitln dead. Yielding to sudden  p."ijie lie had ruslied 'into the ball and bad asked if  any one was up  the woman mlirht still retain some life, he had returned to Paid her almost cold and b.uf again inslied  into the hall, tliK lime seeing and speaking to Mis.  Xoi-se en the upper landing. , ,  Tlie case for Painter, apart from tlie attempt'to  establish ."'i idibi. lump chiefly upon tlie fact that  when he came up to (lie I wo policemen In tho street  and hurried with litem to the house tliev did not notice stains upon his ilolhingor hands. When he was  arrested the following day no stains were diseoiered  on his | ersi n Tlie only directly Inci Iminaling piece  of e\ idem e In ill's connection was (lie overcoat, whi di  had not been produced bv T.arson inn!! some months  after the muider. Professor Kwell testified that it  wis impossible to determine whether the spots on  the o\ercoat weie slv weeks or two years old.  The slsniilc.inec ��f I ins pnrt of the defensive siorv  vis well brought eul and stronirlv emphiisiyed. It  was shown In e\oert testimony that It would have  been iinpo.sslule f"��' ibe murderer to leave the scene  ef the mini' w blunt bearing marks of Its loinnilssion  unless lie bail caiefuilv lemoved tliem Mmmedi.itely.  Iheie were no indications that cleansing had been  icsoited to. Indeed the verv stiemrth of the pri>M-cii-  tleu le-lid upon the point that Painter had been seen  to (oiiu' from Ins il.it just after the sounds of \ mlence  had (eased, a position winch did not admit any delay  on Ids part. ,-,.,,  Painter took the s'.aml in his om-u i ore'.'.co     lie told  liK 'version of tlio allair in a straightforw.ud manner.  mining .'.11 he- :i"ili>ns on  Hie night of the murder  e\!>H  aiu  1   pri ^ ins.  ,n  s,.|tcr lliieatcli Alice  a led ill.lt l'.nnler 1 .u\  *. ^ a.:ie Corn a id. afle.-  M d s ud tli.lt Painter  Al. e M.iriin, dm ing  ,y lio 'i  Iiei   the bie.ul  il.  i1  HIT.  iilwu e   b1 -  tinned  Up.)!  |V'  *  heail,   ���'hiimobody   ha  find   ran   (low n   tlie   stall ;  ir  oiii e   on l e  her door and crept lo her bed. , .-'a  JIalf an bolir laler Painter rclurned with l'obce.um.  Donovan and O'Pay..   He led   tliem Mollis ll.a.t, .w.ieie  bow ��'d   .that -foul  Hour.--. . The door  To the front of  thLs  was'tlie' liedrooni of Alice  law wife of Painter.   Tolhe rear  bedroom!'which  gave  in   lurii  upon  :i  The Ullcben and  Ibe rear liedrooni ���'were  liitlon.     In'(lie  front  room  was e\ idciioo  struggle. '".',���' . ���  ' The body of Alice Mai-.!In. ^partly clollu-.l, lay .up"  the Iloor.' 'The lied coverings and the wall were spotlc  had   been   broken  .mid  aid   be  i'  'liar  liaiui  a   hasty   preliminary   (ixaiuinal Ion  inurder had  b'cen done within  two  on  tlie hull ���opened  Into the-kitchen  Martin, .the rommoii  It was Painter's  rear  entrance.  In usual coii-  i.-f a  fi'.'U'fU'  ivi ui tcm e.      He   '" l  eland   sjje   had   her.d   the   p  Mann)  wilii lie lib.    Another '  tiui'W u hi i  down slaii .     H.'u  b n i. g  I i en  seiu   1>.'    I-11 - '���'  had   Inn!  ��� s  ���!   pii.isite   u > m  I.ei   mto I he sliei ts ai.tl  v i  of sb une  The  d( ,i'. Ibe  i.bf i.'iid  10 1 e taken li.   Ihe d ��� i i e  11 I'.e   isi 11 la on d  i vtii'iai.'-    1 ���  lo   I'll  I ween   th  Ihein     H  .iiiplu alion   l i  the   i ei  wnh an  linpoilaul   > '^ ,w ' '  bearing'slailis   whieh;  i  had 'been  eiiuscd  by  bl;  from  tliose  'of the  murder .that  very oveivoal.  Wl'.en   1.arson   had .linishei  eutliin   wms- coinpleie.     '1 lie   im."  ���;of the -law-Mo all eirnmi^1  supplied by .the  perpi'in:!!  ,1,. had  lui.uigi-d and I he"  money.     T'11'   i1'.'"  lestim.'ii.  ...     ���;.,..,. almost  iuimiHliatcb  ,. .i     ���I'heiewas the l.a'ngihii;  d f  l-i a \eidb f oi guilt i  pilji'ig   ( >   I lie   pesll.o".  1  .  I  hiiiis.'ll  |>i com', il  Hi il    Mis    \. Is ���   W.ls   MIU'   < f   In I  .,,!,, -  el   t.i ic  la li   i'l ips.'d  bo  x,.,Ms  ..I'tne  m-   '   ���l"1  '��'"��������''   1'"1' 1M  M'U'.hnl   P..u.t..sl     -������  wnb pab.st.Uu.g  till. !i-   .'"1   v -is  lew aided  'J h -   w ,[s mi  on ei ci it  ;K ���vsiabl.siit'd .by experts,  1_ . 'ii'i- Vailiered si a I emeu Is  Who  h-ul   seen   Mir  |'i'i-;"iiei;  j -lu, .man  bail  been  tn\    el    1111111.'."  oli',luil    l.oi.l    li  li.-ills,   i' il   ill  ihe  .1  In .H agnii  di nr  ,\lol ion lo: .. iu w  ;, id si i ihe h.in^ii'  in'i s  lm   the d"l  . lei.ieMi  on the. ni;gnt  w'oariiig tins  d ������.:  eye  Will  coil  M'onian   for  foitld   be  met   by ,ib.  soiier at  Ihe scene  ,;a.se  for I ho  pre.se-  ,,..' essential 'hi' the  dial  evidence cases,  ,.ii-!iT'eis iii  which llje  ui's. demand upon ���.the  of   an   alibi.  pica  f one  Will!  new  Hie  i   table  ��� v-  intu.i ���!  find   stained.    'Chairs  overturned.'.   No  weapon,  so  far as  ered,   had  been  used: only. Hie hare  of   the  iissaihinl1.     The   victim, had   been  cin  bealen lo death,-beaten against the floor. "��' ru^lll"l''((,  the v;-all.    There were no linger' print-, no (racks   em  log from the' room, none of thei'.mre common  In such cases.    Such was tim essentia! outline o  inurder.  Thp'se  were  the  happenings of Sunday  ui  1".    On Mondav morning the Coroner held ^<-  lU'lsonei   ���'.   i tn      ...     |        !'|..  nier'll  b.'"'l '''"���" '������"."'' ',':.a ^-liued garment  I,,,:,,.'  Oi'   hiSt-'Hill    I"    ��.!!VI1".;11'.   '  u. ,,,.d  worn'tlKi!  uigln.    "'  iaie  illoriie..  lir'l  was  sonic  Olbi'T  .P.liick  ��� eiitly  ('tovcrnor  was  aski  tniglir.   be  mane.  ���d   and  c.  b  eleWS  f tlie  eontci!. I  .     His  's-cveral days  wen  I ho   takii'g  of  eiido  Paiuter    *''ii>   delcu  Thomas  .ma^i-'-  il   b  He.  M  rs. Laura Overlandcr and ut'.u.-rs tc-  it.  Ma}'  Inquest.  th:;l Alice  Slab  ii'lilV.  ���  'IT  pro'.',  ho'ii'  's   Alton.  Ml    ! i-e.dii  ,   nia!   1'.  l!::i!    I!;'  b'..'i'.l'e i-  Trial-  ��� ,���.'.litaiii  a .fury, "'id  ,,���   i-'ebfuary   h   ^���)--  |,,..���..lore     '��� ���   Case   and  lir..   Assislant  ..���uiii.ii.     Juiij'.c  .:,... .sl.uglif to  ���o'.nhlcil some  ... ;,;,-cui livui  ;i.  Ilir.mgb  was  savci!  set at .bran  tu   obtain   :  Painter's Defence.  '"I have not lieeo'n Rood man. hut I am not a murderer."  lie  s'lhl.     "Tliey'sav I Vi\ oil on   Allee  XTaitln,  ���*"v-i."��f-   t   ,-!,.��..-,.   j.n..   f-rt   J|.",t   -li-^.."^-^^--.-^. ^-xaJz i-V'r-, ..f.'��i.i/  away fronrii'er" Tt'is a iie It M-ns the great sorrow  of mv life that she would not be I rue to mo. When  she was herself>slie was a good woman. "When she  drank she became a fiend, and then she lielrajed me  The thought occurring to him that    And when she was unfaithful if. bit into my heart and  I fried to forget the wretched life ,n liquor, lhat was  the round for months. Tr was horrible but remember  that 1 still loved her, as I do this minute,'I take God  to lie m\ judge.  "T accept"il money from her on iust one occasion.  T needed it nnd she willimrlv lent it to me. Need I  admit HiisMf it were ntlieiwise? The sum amounted  to several dollars and  T  took it.  "They say I used to beat her. ft Is n He and (hose  who swear" lo It are pen'ured In the sight of heaven.  Again, ihive is this much truth in It. I struck her  once She hod been false again: she was hateful, bitter. I was in diink. and when she .sneered at me'  taunted me 1 .drink her. I h.ne newer ceased lo repent of it This is tlie sum of my transgression. Poinds tiiev will hang me."  ,  r.ilnter was a l.ir^o man. of great strength nnd  good np.icir.ince and he*put all the force of Ids mental and bodily \ Igor Into liis woids. lie was lemark-  nblv intelligent. He felt liis position keenly fought  against It desperately. I.Ife was -.weet to him. tiie  mnie In lhat lie had a mind sensitive enough to sufter  Intensely. Ho knew people and things. He ha 1  culture lie rebelled Jn e\ cry libie against tlie threat  of ilea tb.  While loophole afler loophole was being closed  against him he made an exlraoidi'i iry proposal to  tho Court. About this time a famous paral.uie  "[.iy. ir"' was expos! d by a physician. He was a ci mini."1 ubi sPuMkiled a helpless condition to escape  punishment foi Ins acts, and wns so expert that for  months it was Impossible to prtn e that he was feigning. ITnill.i he was earned to an operating table  and placed under an anaesthetic. As he was returning io const ion sups-, while hN brain was still dimmed  by Ihe ding hut was sliuggbng toward it- awakening, the (able was tipped In tailing the man. not  ji't able to di-iiiibuc Iii- laeuliies to the part he bail  Imposed upon luni-elf. instimthely -proud out bis  contr.iclid ami  supposed   par.ib'/ed limbs.   '  Painter seized upon (ids liieident He begged tint  physicians be allowed lo expciiment upon him: tliat  lie le placed iu some degree of stupor and questioned  a- to the murilT at a time w hen his Inmost thought-  might be len.ilf I. He also asked that hypnotists  me him as a subject in the same way.  "Mas it 1.1 I be that a me-meii-t can induce a men-  ta! condition ii me tli.it will cause me to tell v. hates or sterol- i po���es-V" was 1m- query. "I.'et the  SI ue take u. It' of this lor the chance of sa\ big an in-  iii i our hie. 1 am icady and eager to s-ubiuit to all  te-ts "  Put tlie Court would not tike cognizance. Iiip-  uotlsm and ihe ps.u holngieil ('fleet- of drugs held no  pail in leg  I matters.    His petition was refused.  Alter (JoMiuoi Allgeld granted Hie lopiicse in  December thai ga\e the delence its second oppei  tunity.lo put. in a plea of fresh, evidence ��� Painter's  attor'uey.s advnilced a set of atlidavits that gave a  newturn to ihe case. It was suggested that ���.'Dick"  Kdwahis. ��� at. Hint- time serving a.. life sentence in  Texas for the murder of a woman, knew-, something  of the malier. ' 'Kdwards was credited .with the kilb  ing of three otber women, and was believed to have  been in Ciiicng" at the time Alice Martin was str'an-  gled. .A ���ve.iiiarkalile fact was that Kdwards murdered ^���rs. Ilallie Ilyne's. in Jenisoii, Texas,'on May  17,' -1S:>L\   exaelly  a   year   after   Hie   killing1 of   Ali.-o  Martin. ' '"'.'.  Tlie description of Kd wards tilted .that given by  Mrs. Auuus'n Holli and May Slatiery of n imtn tliey  had'seen abr.mt ihe Green street bouse. It was fairly  well,established that ibe- Marl in woman bad entertained other men in the Hat during Painter's ah-(  s'ences. 'Tlie two women went further. They swore  that Hie man they had seen with.Alice. Marliii was  called '"Pick" and that they,'had seen liim in th,:  house iust prim' to th-j time the murder mus. i.'ave  been   com mi lied.  Goss to the Governor. |  Mrs. T'oth, tlie. housekeeper, staled lhat Palnw.- and  the woman were her tenants for. .two months and  that: "iii.-!;" was a frequent visitor, always when  Painter was u'way. . She said Unit she saw "Dick"  and .Mice Marl in ..in Green strict on (he evening in  question and liial she heard "Pick" ,say, "Jet me  thai inoiiev, or I'll lix you so that you'll ucver .L-: abb:  "Gentlemen," he began, "1 see ��ouio filends here  to-day���some good friends. 0 God, fonHi/e tliem!  A friend of mhip'who would come here to secjuc die���  it hurl-, me-'The brotherhood of humanity has taught  better tilings. Men hn\e sought death because they  thought there was an' advancement in the futuie life.  _*rt  * ��� _-fVi -sir- t'jy-i  *  J'        f.   f-#"J  *  '     i, s,i'���f4  ,   '  '       ,.    ^  t  1  4  }  .    * 1              ii-  'f'  'As  1 -ti.ug witness for blmself. P.nt the  ���nepoi'dei'tiu'C of tlie tostimony. if not of e\ iilencc,  'was ag'.liis! hl.n m Ihe minds of the jury. Afler re-  liiiu" thev  took a  number of ballots,  finally bringing  and fixing the peiriitv a- death,  in Hie solemn n.ome .1 when .Judge CliM'oid. about to  pi��� senteiue up in the prisoner, asked lam the pre-  siiib.d i.uistlou, P.nuter, pule but linn, aro-e and  - till  In   i t aim m I. e ���  ' J, iIli .   I d d not 1 "1  "'at  w onian.  \'l   tbts" point  ll'.eie began one ot   the  most  leinark-  ���dile f'-lsls  lol  tie b'e of a LoiiMi'ed   man  in Ihe his-  ui: ispi udence.    Thine   Paiutii   \s.is  ,e   ...'.'lows,   twice   by   a   s( ,i;,t   few  I ,-l lew   moineiits of  hi- lite i.iuie  lg le-pbe,  the ii'siilt ol a painful :kc1-  Uial was denied ."ml Judge ciif-  .   tin   June  L'l.   lMi'j      The atio.--  u< c   ippi-iLd  to Gn\eiiior  l'li'cr for  but    lie    iclii-ed    to    nileitei,  Thev then applied lo the Slate ..Supreme Couu loi a  write 'of supersedeas. The matter wenl over.until the  bisi'dir r.nl on the night'of June -S Judge .Paileyi  "riii'c'il'tiie writ. The case was not argued, before  Hie 'supreme Co.url.- but the illlorneys tiled a brief  whi'-h was coiisiileird iu due course. In the decision  the sentence was nlliVmed and JudgeCli.iy.ird_, named  I lie dale of the hanging, for Hie second , lime,, as  p'eceinbe.r   lo.   i��Kb   ,, ' '������:.'-  Friends to the Rescue.       .   ,  'Painfer  bad  been  active  in   local   polities  and. had-  friends  who  came   to  his  aid   in. Ids  dire  need,  iiwscrs   were   retained,    among   then   'Major.-  lurn '    lailher   l.iiliin  'Mills   lieennio   independ-  iiitere-sled   in   the   case   and   lent, his   services.  Allgeld -.'granted, ''a., hearing,   and   a   respite  d" that   another  application   l'o.r  a   new  trial  !i>:    'The  Governor  refused  at tirsl.  but  .'lited   thai,, im-  was. insistently   represei  had  been  discovered,   In con-  biler.   v.'lien   it  lioi'ia'nt   new  evlduncu^  St Hi ���'decis'ou was iuade, on December 1-1, the day  beb-re tliat set for the hanging. A heavy slorni had  ���swe'-'t tlie Slate ami nearly all the w/ires were down  h.t'iw'een   SiTingliekl   and   Chicago.    " '  ='���,. 'ibat lie man must perish with hope at hand.  ,',t 1'ite'at night-a message to the .Sheriff was toreed  " [,v ,', ri-umhibout route and again Painter  l  a  The third dale for Hie execution was  H. .p>' bS'il. Desperate elVorls were inlido  "new   ti'kil,   but   before'  the   ideas   were  'i        i.s'.ib'jSS'  :.   v     '  -'."'-'*  Jilt;  thought there was an'advancement in the futuie life. 51, '{(���'���.,' '-j��' *'$m  To-d.iv I luite.death.. 1 don't want to���iiio. l't lsU\Uoil .V*^.'^" ���ffii't^S  Alice Martin, tbo womiui I dearly loved,*' the,woniau I , r.^vl ���-> ���* k'.-V'/.i  IOS etl   'Ml -  Iff UCJI   .--I       UUUIU-  HlfUUO^i/iu.c   ,tuuJj��iiitif^.Mi/._j,|  ^   .-If   ^jjt^  crime,for her, T pray this minute���my last cm earth��� ~  that the eternal God will put me in eternal bell.  "If there is one man among you who is an American I say to Ui in on his soul���on-his soul, I say���  tee that the nuuderer of Alice Martin is found."  T'owaid the last of that hour the little group ot  men m-1io. brought to the place by duty or by curiosity, had listened to Hie torrent of words sat qu!\cr-  Ing. To eveiy one of them it was as if a jagged  blade hart kicked upon bis nerves. Each wns keyed  to Hie snapping pitch by one of the most trying experiences of liis life. No one moved a muscle.  There was scarce a breath iu the con idor.  The hour struck. The execution olliihils came  foi.waid. Painter decbued his innocence for the last  lime and was silent. Tlie attendants quickly adjusted the white shroud that covered him from neck to  heel-, the rope under bis left ear and the long, white  cap that draped upon iii.- shoulders. The pause of u  spi ond   and the tiap m'.is .sprung.  At Hie instant that the slamming report of tho  swinging door against the under side of the seaffoM  rang out the white figure bounded Into the uir, there  wns (he twanging crack of yielding hemp anil  Painter fell to the concrete Iloor oT the corridor, almost on the knees of the newspaper men ii. t lie'front  row.    The rope had .snapped.  A gasp came from the hundred watchers. If one  of them had started from his seat or had voiced the  cry that rose to his tliroat tliere must have been a  disastrous panic at the cost of lives in the narrow,  v.inding. Iron lined corridors of the jail. In the  condition bordering on frenzy to which evcrr one of  (hem had been worked the matter stands for wonder,  but all sat ta-t.  The sheeted ligure on tlie floor partly raised, once,  twice A icd stain showed and slowly giew about  the edges of Hie draped cap. Deputy sheriffs, running from behind, threw themselves upon the condemned man. fenced liim lo a prostrate position and  half dragged, half cniried liim back of the scaffold,  up the -tails to tlie trap again.  Thi- time (he emeigency rope was used, nlmost nq  tliiik a- a hawser. The'officials adjusted It while  Pa in I er. once moie and most ten ibiy respited, knelt  lliiipli, his heiil on one side, the stain on his shroud  widening, while the tortured group, with pinched  fiffs and sbatteied nones, still watched It took  sixteen minutes for Painter to strangle to death when  the tiap was spinug again On tlie first occasion  e\ ei i prisoner in Hie |ail li id rattled his cell bars and  c i M d out In the awe ln-pu-iag protest and deiuoustra-  ti"ii tint no number ef giuuds c-an ever prei ent. ln-  s|ip 'Inely they 1 new that something had gone wrong.  \\ hen the icport of tlie swinging door rang out again  (hue w us, complete silence  ���? * * * * * *  T.uiher 1 nihil MIIN. u ho succes-fully pri'spcuted  flw en in.i cii-e and w i- one of the best l.iwjer- in  the lounliw hid been intensely inteiesteil in the trial  and ions ictlon of Geor-ie Painter. To liis tuilned  legal u.md beie wis an jn-tame in wliiv.Ii the machinery erected for, the protection -of soeie.ty Had  operated to bring about the' execution of an innocent  man. lie believed much of the evidence was false  ��� cither wilfully perjured or the outcome of misapprehension.  'Ho .repeatedly'pointed out tlie fact that tile circumstances- were eapiibie of the defence's construction, ,  consistent-.either .with guilt or. .with Innocence, and  thai the rule'of law .declares in-such instances for ac-  quittak After the hanging lie announced that he  would, devote a year hi an attempt- to establish  Painter's iiincccii.ee- . ���,        '  During that'period lie made an exhaustive study of  fiip.ca.se ami the 'matter, Was never far from his mind,  lie conducted an investigation of ids own, quietly  examining-tho men nnd women who hud appeared as  witnesses and going over tlie ground carefully. ' At  the expiration of the year lie stated that the ciuesfio'n '  loomed as large-as it did tlie day of Painter's sentence  and lhat he hud'hoen abS'e to make no progress.  Shortly before tlie death of Mr. Mills, last January,  lie told mi intimate'friend that he was still convinced  tliat Painter had- no share in the murder of Alice  Martin, and that he. had fallen as one more victim  to Cue misuse of eireumslantial evidence -  ' Officially and so far. as ascertainable fact carries  George Painter stands among (lie guilty. Vet many  who knew the man, and notably (he aide level minded lawyer who undertook the post mortem dtM'eucc,  have clung, to the belief that he was iuuoceut.  m  .'���/i.^3!**'' ���  J.  Ill S&i.  fSftK*':.    /  fSrC-a. i     '  ���JZaA&#*?  ,.r "* "''' ?V -.".  M  '  v{L��sjraasgi'7vj:'FJ;j��jy^i  33'  I  I  *if.  'p'i"'  If4'.'  Wh-*t  '   '  '**-*/���!�� ei-*"* ^^     ' <$     �� *:?"-"ii    ' 1.1 &>   j__ jtitkj;  I ScKrrilons Atfsck.  At tho  meeting  ii'i  Moyio  la^t  \T_)KK- MOVIE.2^^^  mjm:uai- ait.  f.ii'Kii  !".;  Ci:p.itnc.\Ti:  or  iMritovKJi; m^  fjc.i (i;i J.i"ivX"i:  .NtlTtL  J, Frances U T.aylor of the town  ofaloyie, Jlritisli   U-lnmbi.'i  here  NOTin:.            ��� . QJL _,,l)lvu.,  ijiibj-f!    i,ui.iii.������      MuiUI.i' l'liii'lioii illuend  l in!n  \Vedne?tl<iy night, tho fiiiuj   meet-   hv      * Iv.  to  t\ie  Suneriniendcnt, ��'H��   ion ��"�����'����� Minb.r pimmoi.  Kij? oi the ciuip.ugn, Alircua  Mm- )'0n��roviiiui!i] Police for :i  renewal  ���ke for the   Socialist J ��� ,.        .   .. ,;.,������, iipmice to <-ell.in-  rUS'^   H   T V'  I-  Made from cream of tartar derived  solely from grapes, the mo.(;'t deii=  cicus and healthful of all fruit acids*  #        LOCAL ASSAYS       " |  l"!s> --j- > 5:5$ &3$.v-5!$$.$5'5:5^.$."S-iS.^l!  Minors'.Union meets tonight.  Crowe Uro.s.  are  selling  apples  I f  ; ^'r  at $;i._!0 l'er box today  only, '���  '  AI, lUcli'inlson came  in  Thurs-  . 'i  d iy from his farm in Alberta.  Mrs.   II.  A.    Doag'ou   returned,  ,   froh] her vlsic to Seattle Tue3il:>}>."  Tiios. Hare  is   bick   from   S11 - -;  ;,-ertoiir>, "  \    Victoria ��� Cr'n.��s  tea  and  coiTe<��.  ' 2 lbs for 00c'lit GioVe Mros' '  It. Lamout,   an   excensive   rei.'l  estate'operator of Creston, was in  -town \ Verities Jay. '  '   .A son was born to Mr; 'and Mrs.  ��� ilarohl '   Chapman   last   Sunday",  "November, 21stf.  ���-'' Aiidy Johnston  eami up  froni  'lio'thbridge to cast liis billot.    He  ���returned yesterday.  ' ' LOST���& fur,    somewhere   bo  End of Campaign.  Lin, who  spoke for the   Socialist j oJ, ft retnU lifjUOl, lieonce to   .......  candidate, woke up  long   enough , ^oxi^ting'lieiuors under the prov  to make a  scunilous nnd   "war-|isiQUS 0f the Stitutos in   that' be-  ranted  attick  upon  tho    Leader, ]vxU> .Q t]iQ  premise_, known  nnd  and its editor.    Ho said  tho   Lea- i 1(1BeribD(1,   ftS     the   [nt.-i national  dor misquoted "Comrade" Cribble   ]I()te)> situfttP(1 ftt ylovi^ 11. C ,   to  when it said tliat Gribble  advised | comineuClS   on-   tho   ;;M/" dly~of  the working men to__.kuy  gnus   in- I r)t,c_?11)be,.i   in.)()_  stead of L-lothp-*, and a'so that the j     y] y ^ 0^ ntUr^s is   Moyie,  Le.uler never  overlooked  an   "i-j ,5. ja^j, CulumU'i.  poitunity to  tnke a   tl-ip   at   the j     T|l��� ,n,,J0   ,,nd   n(1(!,^s   of  the  'workingiiian. JJolh uliarges an  dt'liberaro ft'a ho "Is, T,jo i'dil,ni  of.xhe L".tder d'.J nit in M u lev  hall 011 tho Sun Jay a'ftuiuoun  when CIribble said: "Young muia,  if you intc-nd buying yourself a  suit of clothes, in y lid vice to you'  .would be to buy a gun instead  and learn to ihs it."    Mi.  JMartin  l\\'i   ]i|'i>i!iiv"!   pr.ip  O-l'd  I-.  _c- '-. 'V iv  i1  HVIIl'l'  1 t ) b,c u 'rr,-i  , )Mi, Ji,.j i- , 1  J-'JtAXUKS  L. TAVL  1'1��,  lrarvcy.MuOarter   Si   Ai'ttcdonald  '������'^N'lutonic  hor solicitors.  Never in tho   hi-tory  of Mjyie  was there so much excitement  on   _. _          the evening prior to an election.J and hi- Socialist friends may at-  Tho Con.-crva'tivea gave their tempt to cl'iiiiy thiV.if they can,  final rally ,in their' coaunittce) but tlie fact will pfcill ronialu that  'rooms, .and. the Liberals, 'and  ���Socialists h?ld a joinc'meeting in  McGregor htiU. , Tlios. Cavosi and  M. A, Xiaedonald were hero, but  Mr. l-'itch wns in Craubrook holding a meeting in his behalf.  ' Peojile were packed like sardines in the ' Conservative com-  laittei rooms. ,T. A. D, 3lacdonaid,  Cribble mad'.1 tlie .statoaionfc.  A�� to the charge that the .Leader never overlooked an opportunity to take a slap at tho work.-  hetween  When?   lomti'il-���A(   Miwlo,  Mm:  t lie .Viitorii inn! fiiiiilirnm Mim-ml Llmi'is  rvlCK NOlIi'i; tliut 'J'lic I'liiiilij-Iliu Hilling  I'diiU'iiiiy bhnr.iil, Nou-rer-iiiiii! l.����tiibl}  riocMim-i fl (Villlli'iitu >'o. 11. l.Jv<', iiiUiul,  m.\I> ililj. t-f.oni dnlt; hereof, to 01 ��� T ��� J J n> Uic  .Mining llvi'nnkT i"er a Ct'rtiliciitu ot Jm].ro\e-  meiits, for tlio puiiH��u of obti.luhilr n Crown  i!rnii' of tlie iil.ove c^nlru,  , ..*i.iil fnril��rlal>o notice tint Bft'on, luiiter  M-erliHi .'17, i-insl be eoijiini'nce.t l.i'fore ibe Js-  ii.niH'i'of  smii ' Cortlfli'dle of   lu'l'r Himih'IiIk  iHitod till-. Id) <1rj of Si'jiteiiilx'r. A. li , l'.V,  Tllri CAJIIir.IA.S' MINIM! C UMPANY, bri),  N. 1\ I..  _ tH\Kbl'.S A. MVl'KAV.  Ai;eui.  NOIIC'E,  L'lQCOn L1CF.NC1-; MOT1UE,  Takc-notico that 1 intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, after thirty  days from tho, first appearance-of  this noticQ' for a renewal of my,  licence'.to   sell intoxicating lirju  Axn , nisntjcr.  biSTKib-r  oks-oi;i'uei;.v fj;visiofv,_ r.vsi Koe,iK.s.vv  Tnku SMhw tliat Kciinetli F. Ovley of  Moj |i<.  b i" . < lii'i'ioii, t'lmk, mliui.l-  to  ai'p!'.   for  IH'run^iM! n. pure.'uiw tin.' /ollvuilriB ifiSei-ilici  J/IIld^. -     ,   1 ,.        "'       ,  Coinui/'iirliifr ��t a \>oft plaiiUt(< ..u e��vt stdc of  B.C' So'ittie-ii Kiillwny, ojijh.x'I.. )i,c >,' K.  eoiuerof i^.t.'.vW, Un'iice an*', <u olif.ru-. tie lire  >y\U)i HMialn-, t.Ih;ih'o wen I'l.o'uiiiii j soro or  lri>�� to iiairnoci will/ the II, C. .soilltu-rn  Kaliviuy 'WW;, (Jh-ikc imrlbcrb J'1 eliAini.  ijuim r-rlc-siiioiissjiiil   biiini.lmy  ui  |<liuio  <>��� '  easily be'proven.    The first  issue  of tho Jjoader appeared' on .April  loth, liSOS, and between .that date,  and tliat of tho [present issue a  iu:m, tho  /'acts  of  the case   can   ovs ���^er ti,0' n'rovifions   of   tho  . ,.5l.,l._'   IT... f -���. ','       ', A  statutes in that behalf, _in the  premises described as the Cosmopolitan Hotel, Moyie, B. G.  . ,    L   e .,      - , .       - , ALEX CAMJ'UKLL  I president of the   Conservative' as-Jfyle nas been carefully preserved, j   > Dated Luis 20th day of October  sociatinn, Thos.Caven,''Mr. Urown- These iiapers arenow in the ofllc'ef A, D. 1909. '  lee, of Lii'findon, Man., and ,Thos. and ai;e open to inspection to auy  Ji.ites were the ^ speakers. The'  concert pait of the 'program was  looked after by Tho's., So\v'erbutts  and he had an interesting,entertainment prepared.    ���  There vvere  one.^ About the only -clippings  taken from 'them were those'  taken two years, ago ������ when" the  arbitration board was iii session  iu Moyio adjusting the differences  between the miners and tlie Consolidated company.    The'  miners  LfQ U OR   LfCEA'C B v'xQTI 0^3.  , , -,,  ���  ,-     -        .    .... .j songs    by   Herb     Jackson,   Fred  , .-fcvyeeu the  JJrewry  building  nml   r,r ���. -nr     wtv    -1,1-    it-.   ,.    ������  ,,,     0,.    A .   n. ��    ,       Weaver, Wm. ClifTe, Fred Perk us,  the St.   ]<<ngene 'olhces.      Fitidcii'    ,,��� IQr1      ..,.��� ���_,     ,    -.��� ���     '    ��� . ------         -  .   -n  '1    - ��� '��� f. j.'   '^i-     l iert    Atkinson,., l'.red     \\ a ker,   were given  free    access    to    fhn  fwill please-return   same   to   this   ,��� ..      T   . ,   ������ n>        ' .   fa ��� �� , !lt-L"=,!:',  to , tue  Office. '  ��� ,| \v alter Laing   and   Ihos.   Bates, 'papers and    they    found     much  Dancing by James Grant and  Joe'.data   to bolster, up  their   cause.  ffl-fl "V -  The  man   who,  borrowed ��� those  and Mr. E. O. Kamm.       by the way, who sat on' tlie-plat- I pre,ul5?s    described ms  the  ]  iy   hall   there   was   a  last     Wednesday  . night "   with'  ^oo^ay'note]  Moyie, li. C.   ���  o��� ,     ,-  5 which   was made up"["Comrade" Mai-tin.   ,' ' ^cTAVJSII i , CAMERON  fJiold   elections   on   their regular[largely of ladie's.    801116,14  or'15J    .The editor ��� ' Inni-^n.ii.oAn.  j__  ..-*   ~ .  ''meeting nights,next WeeJc.    ���'   -     < chaii-3 on the',platform   were  oc-"i always  espoii^  Will ! ���  s,si|; ��� -���; .   \\   ���-  rfjffi *     1 ��1    '  Pred Xessler has' gone to Silver-! (Jonyer. ,��� Mandolin 'solo by Frank  ton to take   an   important .posi-   clftl.k,  aml   several'instrumental  tiouiu   a   concentrator   in   that  i=,.piri,.f,-r���1.     j,,,,    -p,���r,    ru     -a  1   , ' ' iseiocwioiis    ,oy    l-'rots.    Chapman  cn..mP'     ' " ,���' ,'nnd,iiusch and Mr. JE. O.kamm"  Th'a Masp-i's, th.3    O Id   Fellow*--!'   In ''Morley  and the .Knights  of Pythias  wiIlj-����ocl crowd  of the.Loader  has  ���   .   ...      ���..       , ���      ,   . 1 ^-  -Jpoiisod the ^ c-iuso     of  pnpiedby,LiberaIs^nd -Socialists, the workingman and of "brgah-  and .JtDbt. -Campbell, was the ized Ubov, and himself belongs'- to  chairman. ��� Marcus Martin0spokeo -       .',-..  .1��K. upwards ofan hour   expound-  Hig $\jaiiinaZ"tRnfui c\i6 ntiu"'S~o\ia��Z,-^-  botli the old parties, bnfc!;the Conservative party in particular. Ho  jumped on tlie Leader and its ed-  itor^and tried to give the impression that ' this paper had- ��� mis.-  qinJted ."Comrade"' Cribble, a  Socialist agitator, when he was  hvMoyie a few weeks ago. The  editor of the Leader was given  a few moments on the platform  to explain that Cribble  was  cor  Take notice _,that we intend to'  ��pp,ry'to the Superintendent of  Provincial" "Police, after thirty  days fromjfche first appearance, of  this notice, for'a renewaf of our  licence to   sell  intoxicating  liq'u-  Fruit, Confectionery, Smokers' g0o '  Uull   Line   of   Stationery   and Yvll  Fruit in Season.  Special  A Diamond Point Fountain, J\;n   a,lf]   ���   ..1,i/ui  Iii.^urniicerolicy all for $2.00       -  ���iminicnccMcu. couuaHnB 1M ����^ ���,..,o or j ]mt iA LllO Safest nud best fonil (if invcstlHClj't.      \'MAtf ���'  .KL'N.VKTil r. OXL'CW  Date), Stfi'tcinbiir 15;h., V\rj.  OK��SOL'Tir_KHN HlVl^lOX KA-sT KOOTKNAY  Tdke notice tluit f, Jtolxirt Jo:ii_��tou lM\ui>\  or .1105ic, II ���., oOOTjiaUoii/iotutT. fnteiiils to  upl.Jy ff{j- in-riaNsuVii to jfureliase Ihe folldir-  in�� (iiiscHbc-d lands:       , "  ' '  Ooiimu'tlclnj; ��: ft pom jilnnted nt N, K, corner of prcoi:iplirr.L-i iny in r ��oiitlivrly din-ctlcjni  about" mil'ifr.Hn I'liiron, It C.-'i.uVnst ��I.i(.' of  Mojlerircr. .Surveyc-il iot cm 'nurlli' a(.]�� <irjs>.  V. IV. p<i-,i 1- filh^iu l.ichiiliis west of S. K. vcr-  iiurof lutilsS, Tlifiice ca=l a) clintuN, tlituci-  iOUllva) clialiis triifnec'tt<.".t"-.'0Ihi.in'.-��� iliciicc  uorl'li -10 chauifr t.; fiofut of voinmi;nci,'u>t'jit 4u,i'  C'OulHluii.g 4) aurc-t.'iuom oriels.  JluIiKHT JOHNSTON LENNOX,     "  1 I>ttic. Sepl, 7tli',  IftjQ.       j,  . ���; WALTERS' &   THdMPSoV:  Box-1815.-,.      _ ,   ������    ,- ;; ," ',.. Oalg'ary, Alta."  \t j " ,. ���       ^���'^-^���^���^���^���"fc. fr'*r'-*' ���^'���*'v?,l>  u. o..r.oxsoi  fylesat that time'was none" other I0"'.'' * l?I,07isio'?s. of the  than  John   Taylor,    a    Socialist  |3fcafcute3' ia   thafc   behalf,  in   the  1    - '   premises    described '-as the  East  ,'    Don't  fail    to���'see    Ceugough  the  gre\fc'cartoonist and   enter-  ���fcv'mei-.whe'n  lie  id   in  Moyio   on  ^ ... ,     , <i  ' The   Moyie Conservative?     will  iibld �� a '.meeting    next   'Monday  i, .,'���.!,   .,   'evening to   make'a' final  adjust-  j'('! 's,     ��� ment of   matters ' pretaiuiug    to  carrying on the local campaign.  Inland Camble shot   a  coyotte  last Monday up on the hill at  the  St.    Eugene.     The    animal    wa3  "killed at a distance   of  223   yards,  "���and Gamble made  an   extraordinary   yood shot.  Dated this 20th day  -of   October,  A. D.�� 1909. J,  A Young Dreatjought.  Ua;  u>  Arthur Waid, who .owns 000  acres of choice land near .Swansea,  ha, had an IS foot, .'i h p., stCel  li-nch shipped from Ddtroit,  Michigan, to bo used on Moyio  lake. It will surpass anything  on Moyio lake. To is'named the  Dreadnought. Tiie boat is in  (?eo. iUmtlj's.bi)athou,e, where it  will be kept until  Sprin'g.  Prol. ][. C. C. Salmon is arranging for a pupiU' concert iu Cran-  "brook, whL-h will be assisted -by  local talent.    ]].. may  lJso  deeido  to bring his pupils to Moyie and  give a concert. This should prove  a treat to local lovers of music as  the profundi'.., ability as a nn.&i-  vian and  teacher   is   well   known.  ISTAIAS    GIFTS.  rectly cpioted, and that the paper  had always been friendly towards orga nixed labor even if it  could not at all times agree with  the theory of Socialism.  Unfortunately for M. A. Macdonald he only got well started  when he was informed that' the  train at the station was waiting  for him. Mr. Macdonald spoke  well, and as on all previous occasions he refraiued from personalities, and madefriends by doing ao.  NOTICE. ���  a union, bub   a  union   tu.ab  ��00^.  not   sanction  ��� Socialism. ���  Tnere  'day than the Typographical union.' And in -this"connection we  may remark that the Leader in  this campaign'supported a working mau and'a union min ia the  person of Tb.03. Caven.  Thursday's election proved that  hundreds of, good and honeat.  work'tngraeu throaghout this province voted against Socialism,  many of whom are surely the  equal in intelligence cf either  "'Agitator" Martin or "Anarchist"  Gribble. "  LIQUOR LIOEXCE   NOTICE.  At the Churches.  Owing to the iucrcase in the  prico of feed the under.-igned are  obliged to raise the price   of milk  CATHOLIC     CHURCH  There will be the regular ' morning and evening .services S.inday.  -Morning servieos at 10 o'clock!  Evening services at ::yo o'clock.  FATttl',11 F. BECK,  (Priest.)  .MiiniODisi' cin;Hcn  Union Service   in   Presbyterian  Take' notice.?.thafc" I intend, to  apply to the,Snperiutcndon6 of  Provincial Police, after �� thirty  days .from the (list appearanco of  this notice, for'a renewal of my  licence to .sell intoxicating liquors undor the provisions of the  statutes in that behalf,., iu the  premises described as the Moyie  Hotel, Moyie, ]j. O.  I'lIILJP F. JOHNSTON   *  Dated this 20th day of October  A. D. 1909.  NOTICE.    ���  '(CBANBllOOK WM) DISTfUOT, PIRTRICT  OFSOtTHEKX DIVISION EASfKOOrKKA V  TAKK NOTICE Ihnt Mind Uk Kljinou'-of  Tniil, B. C. nceupntloii, roiinerj- man, iistcuiix  to npplv for purini^KiuU' to purelutfc tins follow-;  ii!g.(lepcrlbi.'il Uad;;   ' -  Commt-HCliii; lit a po=i'plonteil uu the sotith  MUa of Moylcm-vr in a norih lrlv^crly illr'-u  ! u..ii';oiic ratio from KiuusKatc, Jl. (;,', tlu-iicc  ��OULh "JO cilains; ti>:ice wev. 20 c-tiuijis tlicnCo  north 20 oiiains to iToj-io'river; thc���� /ijllo.v  iusMiii rive-20 c.-Iiiiiti.sfu an easterly clirc-otloii  to point Oj'CjS>him��.-jic-i;nii}iit nnd eontalusug ^ci  acres more or l^ss.       . .    (  *  '   "  '   '     Xf.FKEP LEK ELLISON,  - -   fAsentfor>-AH��rtlJarnhfcKlt.  Datfjcl AuEUsiiun, livj.',      -      , 1       l    ''  1'llOXH, 73  NOTICE.  to T2 1-2 cents per quart, to   take j church 11 a. m.    S.nuUy"   Sjhool,  elVecb on'December 1st. 1��S.  I'likc Campbell,  John IJlackburn.  increased _b\- tlie case  can   make   selections 'from   Birk's  Toilet sols, manicure sets, desk sets, fine stationery,  pens,  eaiher goods,  gold  jewellery, rings, novelties-- -the   cata-  Joo-ue list cuTd be extended   indeflnitelv,   Imt   it   is '  not necessarv. .     . '      ���.''������"���  giving  a   true-to-  clioi.ee  articles,  of  each   de-  loosing of gifts will Ije pleasant.',    . "  urchased, by   inail,   not   en_oTaved,   is  Prices include transportation. "  Sous, ltd.  Vancouver, B. C.  i-'J p. m.   l-iventng Service, 7.-:{0 p. m  ;Rev.   J I.   Win to   will   preach   at  ' ~:'���>') p, in.  Ilev. ./. VV. ^ULLKP, E. A.  (Pallor.)  I i'fti..isvir.i:iw    i-tn;i;'ir.  I 1'nion Service at H n. )n.  [day school and lljljio C'la--, fi  j p. 111. Kvvriing .Service.at 7 :j() p.  j in. Preacher, Uuv. .7. \'/. /Mil'lpr-  Onet by i\i'r?. Gilbert, 'Air. Thorn.  A   hearty welcome to all.  liKV.II, WHITE,    ,  -���; ���  (Pastor.)  Take notice thifc 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 provisions of the statutes in that' behalf, in the premises described ' as tho Yahk  Hotel, Yahk. E. C.  JOHN  E GIB HON.  Datod this IStli day of October  A.J),  jyoy.  Just Arrived  i l f  a large (con sign ment of  \f# r- < " ��������  |; East Kopienaj Botting Co ' j  W"''    ' -���        ."''''���     .   ��� ,������" ' ��� ; ^  \l/ -    ,    ''��� ���  ���' Cranbrook,   B. C;      ' L     \ti  k    ���..���-,   ������.'.>'������        .��  ^j) Muriufncturprs   o,f nil kjinis- of chrlJonatc-d       J  )Vj beverages,    Wp euaro'no expcuW-lo.have'      $  w ' ,   '    ,   ' ">    - " - ,. \\l  \\) ouivgootls'thcG)bctrt1on the market- ��� iu  # ,< "    >'f   ���     -' ,'.   '      ��� "  ���'���' I  M/ ,    There are   others;  But!!    '        %  M>   ,   4 ' -      I,-'   ���  '  '   ,'       ..�� '        '��� ���    $  ��� y\������������^���'^���^���>^���<^^���'C^^^'SI���>��������^���>���T���-���^���>'T���>*'��� *��� ���-<'-^'^r^^ ^^.x.v.^.x^  '<3 ^��.->^'>*.->*.'>��.->*. v����.->��k-s*.. ���x.-s^-s^.'sS?^^C"1 >�����>����� sS-sC>ir->r>?sj\\  SOME SNAPS,  Szc 2-1x2*1:     Has four-rooms.   PH:-  including"  Kippered Herring-  Firinian Haddies  Smoked Halibut.  . New houqe for <valo.  <-90(J.    'J'erms.  BoarcHn.P, and l.uljrin^ hntisc with 12   rooms.     Kiilu,-  sale or rout.     \\ .-,a!c is made, .cro'Kl terms can he"given.  Four room liou.se mi C'lmplK:!! street.   ' Price   <V>\).    :  down and jh<xkI'time for balance.  .Several houses forTciit, nt $10 per uiontli and up.  5  ���    1-or sale��� Mantel foldinir bed. nnd   mattress,  51  at this office.  An:  Ltd  LIMl'dl JJCENCE NOTICE.  MOYIE,  B. O.  ;o  Take notice   that    J    intend   to  !apply to   the   Sttpeiintendent   of  ilVovinc'ial     1'olice   after     thirty  diy.s from tlie first publication   o  this notice for  a  renewal   of  my  licence to sell intoxicating licpior.-  by retail oti tlie   premises   known  tis the Central Her el in .Moyio.  \ IOTOII  1)1 SAL'EXIEE.  l-'.ated this -itth day of October  A. D, 1000... ' ,.:���:'  STOl' AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  ���B3?ES3LS,  wincx is  Don't Forget That  will be in Moyie on Dec, Mill  Wm. Jewel!  Miscellaneous.  Nicely furnished room to let,  suitable for two. Apply to Mrs.  Chamberlain, Campbell street.  Nicely furnished room to rent.  Mrs. Ben Bros.seui.  POSTAL   PHOTOS.  1 make a specialty of Postal Photo work. Prices, 4  for 50 cents,'or $1.25 a dozen.  MISS FLORA DEACON.  ;es  i:. IT.  ' CJbo<1 robf"��. Koocl  tables and  hilr  :andii,sto]flHHKanipleroomH.  O  F  two'rooms,  ,r, ���-    I-  1 wo rooms.,  Three rooms,  I'our rooms,  $10 a month.  $10 a month.  $12 a month.  $15 a in on tli.  All aix- ix','.dy to'move, into  F. J0   SflTXTH,  I    Express and Gener-  ORANBROOK!    al    Delivery    Busi-  SHAM., M..nni:,.r. J  ness. ������   Livery   and  Feed StalDle.  WOOD   AND    COAL  For Sale  b'-'.-ivc!  Orders at,  .<<Wynne's Store.  ,M<,yie..-. HiitLsh Co.unibi.'i  INT��.RNATIONAL  HOTEL.  This hotel in    iu>w '"llIel "'  111 a nh'go in  in every respect  enf, ami is first 'ela-?.  CHpect. .^  TAYLOR,  &  BONNEK  i>i;.oi'i:i!-:roi:s  Victoria Street.  PROMPT  DKLIVKRY,  Q-ueens' Atra,     MOYIE  PIANO LESSONS  H. C. SALMON  ''f Cr.anl'ironl-  O'liono 21;  )  visit:'; Mriyic w,-,,  L 1;' io til Mrc. c;  ..H.-fcV- HALL  DENTIST  "���<c lixpcrl Crown  and   Bridge  Worker.;  St.   Joseph's  NKI..sON.'1-C  Convent1  j!f);irdinK n"��  Ihiy  ificlin'ol  ��","'l,f''  1. Vcl-n"'  .}<,s<'pl'''M  Oflic...  WmII  llln:.  "vcr   Mr.,Klior  P..,,,',-  Ari!sir.):io- Are  ed.!��'ySi.st<M'Hor.^.��--.|   U)^.  0.   C.      Coniii.en'iid     niu.        ,     ,  ���  it..     IOvccIk'"  COtll-MCH   11    HIHM'.l.'llO,. '_      ,( jr|l  ,|,..  Hwift   .irogresH  ch:i��'��rl('i.w    ���      ^  l'.,-,.nfs   Sill'"'1'   "  piutmeiit.    I ">< ,,1M .,;,,!  purliciiliiri-.    Ono ino"'-!'  "^ "���.,.'���  puhlic tho   thorax*"  v  Si8lerH'.nctl.(MH   of .lo��cl��.?B.        ,,  l n'-il   :|1"1  ���nniinnn' .I....11.11V, ���-\i ;   (  ^  Crfllllwvu.k   iMl.ila��rciHl1..ill'-'-''!--",',,'-i  '" '.'  s;  ore  for'??  . A, SMITH  Postofflce  Block MOYtp  Caigary-..JReaI. EsStI  .   Opportuniiic-s to double vonr'.monev miick-lv  n��  ., ,       ,  -      ' " ���      , j-   ��jiu<-ki\   aic iire^cnf  mo- themselves hove every day..     Now is the time tuL   ,  property.     I 'would advise my Friends iu M,,vi,- to ' bin-" -C^  now-'as I am in a position fo'nffcr you souie'of Viie 1^ *!m  rums.    This is not a gamble, it'is not   even   ������   ��,-.�����  f -, ,        , ,   r ,  U1   kl   spwuwuoii   <  ic safest and best ionn oi uivcstmcm     V-i-v*.'     ���"���  I     11 f        1 .   ' '   . , "l-"lll   J(Jl��,   jjj  kill   pans ,<)f- the fity raii^xn^ from,520Utmuard';    A mt"1  .J ' Jpaymeutdowiumd the balance ,m   easy   payj,j��tt.s if ^  ,   - , , j I 'ltave^lready,;madesome(fVQry; satisfactory  deals for nmelf .  i-ba.s'hkook wMi,nrriTr...-Tr"r)HTnR:Tiand wo��^Ltrcat >'Our inyc.sbucnLs 'as   thoiudr tljf/ u.Cr',I''J.  ;',suL'TsrKi:.\-mvi^iox ka-t kuotknav j nu-n       Write to   ' '   '      '   '  ' '     -     '    '        ^ '  fcvj  p< <���

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