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Array G.  r  i  /  ���*,  \9yt  ���y  -C  y;^>ym  I-        <<"' 3  '~s  ��#yv*"!  We   MaKH  A   "SinCTAT-TY   01"  Correcting Eye Defects.   WILSON,  -  OPTICIAN"  ClU-N BROOK  ���T.g����g. ���������������i. ���  O  <^V  [909.  S3 A  VKAR  4  ,   '     >tv!  " >          C   v'W,  ,'   -iJ,  V  n     '      j,*  '*"      *j*-'f   '  f  e     F"  u  1        -',  1  1  .  1  t' I*.      , j *Ji      I  '���*_   ;F,'  '',��� '"Stt .  ' -?��  H. B. K.  ... ���   j..v>'ir.  The husky shirt lias no equal; and guaranteed  to wear for a'ycai\ The big shirt is the best.  H. B. K>~g!oy,es-are-siiH= looking1 for a rival,1 This  |t0r,e,is the only one you can drift into ,for  Ihese! DRIFT To ,   ~     /  i '        ti  m  J'Olt QOAI.ITV  i'fl^'  toos  I  (I ia:  om*:. _  Club Special Cigars. <  "V^effiayejust received-aiiother case1 of, this well known  llftiSfof cigars' and \yill offer them' fay sale while they last  ,af��!? following '"prices:' 1,000' lots $05.00; "boxes of 25,  4Mfesmaller lots 10,3 for ,25. ctal''.    .' -���     ,  ���r  'i  r"!  r"  *.  GWYNNE'S HAZELWOOD PARLOR.  t. ' i '   r.  *��  ���4'  " K f e * i *  Fiirnislied House  ��� .-   , ���'  '.FOE    SALE ���    ��� -  bnly $(500.  Terms $75 cash. \    $25per montli .  -  .      v   ���BE'i.LE&BLWELL,'"OfAabcojk,    B. .C,  Aurora Ships Ore.  A car of ore from the Aurora  mine was shipped to the smelter  at; Trail today. This ia the first  'shipment made under the new  management, and more shipments  will follow latter. The new tunnel is in about 180 feet, and ib is  a splendid piece of work. Two  shifts are workjng. ,   ,���,- ���������- .   ��� i.  Grand Master Oct. 5.  |        GENERAL FLOAT        |  P.' R.  New Michel  wants  depob.  Nelson (will hold an apple show  on November 9bh.  *?  m-\  ��  V'  #  '���" STATIONERY'WEEK -,  'Don't'      overlook, -,'the  .. snaps we havo .this we'ek ^  " iii', Tablets, .Envelopes," *"  i Papet��v,ibs,and,_��Writing  "Paper.' Also  Post Cards  at 1 cent each.    ,  .  The Aloyie Drug & Stat-  * ionery Co.      ft  Wallace Law, .grand master of  the Odd Fellows for this province,  will pay Wildey lodge an official  visit next Tuesday evening. There  will'be,;io degree work, but there  will be a social session and5 Refreshments after' the .meeting.1  All Odd Fellows are requested to  turn out and give the grand'master a good reception., ,, *�� '  , i   '    -" i  -Fast Mailjram..'.  V        1  With 'the   inauguration   of au  exclusively fast mail and  express  train     between     St-.\,Paul   and  Spokane and   Seattle^   the   Great  Northern is reducing the running  time between the Twin Cities and  the  Coabb  about  16 "hours,   now  making   the   time* in lv 4S   hours  This train will carry mail and  express exclusively and is  intended  to give better  through ,'fast  mail  and  express   .service,' besides'relieving the through trains of con-  ( �� r- '  . i 'l  siderable work. '        . L,  The Silver King mine at Nelson  is again on the shipping list.  ,. The K. of P. at Fernie initiated  40 candidates' last Tuesday evening. . " '      '  Ther city of Cranbrook lias  taken over the Avaterwo��iks system.'  i (i  Tho > late Governor 'Johnson's  estate is estimated ab a value of  $35,000..       ��        -  ' G. T.���Rogers is'pulling cut of  Cranbrook and. will locate in  Vancouver.   f  Ifc looks'like'a'dead sure shot  that the Kootenay'Central railway will'be built next year.1'  Society Girl Mine.  ^j-  I BOOTS and SHOES  ���& ......   ..  ^��  I have a splendid assortment of  PALL   and ,. WINTER FOOTWEAR  on  display ,  "*^i mo iu and sec   them   them.      Latest   styles   an,d best  leather   obtainable  COME'ANlS SEf US  REGARDING PRICES  8. W. FITCH'S  The^ coal mines at, Morrissey  have been'closed'down again ��and  in consequence the' town is quiet/  J. T. ,1-Jlack has received his appointment as 'chief constable of  the West Kootenay district.  There is  a   crazy Jlindu   running wild   across   the'Kootenay  river from'Creston, and an   effort  is being made to captui e him.'  , v '    '��� -���;���  'There are many cases of typhoid  fever in Fernie,  and the   Ledger  p'eraap3  contends that- the  health ��� inspector is lax in his duties.'. \  Peter' Comes  to Town.  Peter, the,Indian wM5' "discover-  ecVthe St"." 'Eugene^iflitie"1 some' 1��  years ago, was in Moyie this week  on one of his periodical Vioitc.  Pater has u comfortable home ab  the St.' Eugene-Mission, near  Cranbrook, and leads the. "simple  li'fe." When Peter found the S,t.  Eugene mine he did more for his  country and more for mankind  in general than either Cook* or  Peary have doue in finding the  north pole.   -  Fire Hall  Improvements.  The building committee of the  fire brigade met Thursday evening and completed their plans for  (ho  alterations in "the  fire   hall.  * The coal mines uear.'Fernie aud  'Michel are' said to be behind, in  their deveiopemeet work and un-  able.tp keep up their former . production ' ",    .  - Ttia brunoi* of bl*v   C�� 1*.��   J2.    lv��.  tween Three Forks aiid Sandon  wili be reopened and trains will  be   run   into    Sanddu   inside   of  GO days.        "*   cent ou  Prospects for the Society Girl  Mining .Company seem to be  getting brighter every day. J. P.  Farrells' the secreeary-treasurer of  the company, when ' asked concerning the property this morning said: '���       * ',,  ���'Our- mining operations havo  been confined to the No. 2 tunnel,  which is now in 825 feet., Anticipating a resumption of ore  shipments, a wagon i*oad connecting No. 2 tunnel with the old  i '  road   has   ju3t   been' completed  Thi3 piece of new road  is  almost  a mile in length."  Continuing' Mr. Farrell  said  to  many who inspected  the  property*'the   surface    indications   im-  pressed them as'being very  similar to those of , the   famous   Her-  cules mine in the Coeui- d'AIenes.  <<."Having ore in'the upper workings carrying 5S,per cent, lead,  G7  ounces in .silver   and   seven   per  cent copper, we  reasonably  look  for high grade ore   in   the   No   2  tunnel.-   We   have  10  men  employed, most of whom  are working driving this   tunnel.     A  new,  blackshop has*just beeu  built   at  bhe    entrance    of    this. >'      Our  people are nob  waiting  for some  one to hand theiu   a  bundle' con-1  tain ing a fortune, for we have the  backing of ' that " class who know  a good thing when they see ib.' Ib  is.now a question of months,  and  weeks.       I  believe ,this  will beacase  of  history  repeating itself: .Miners,aud muckers tp-'  day; omineowuers  and capitalists  \ tomorrow.    Now is , the   time  to  get in on the ground floor."  > S��^v^^��^w^e>^��9 S��^fc-S��&����������� 3����s������s�� 2?;^*3'.F^K  Seleet something from the following list  of our fruits and vegetables for your Sunday meal. ��� ���  Sf>  ���fls  $  Jersey Cratiht-rries,  Fresh Coiiib Honey,  Sweet Potatoes,  Cantelops,  Tokay,  Muscat anil    Concord Grapes,  Bartlctt Pears,  Blue Plums, , . (,  Freestone Peaches,  'California liellflower Apples,   . ,  Creston Wealthy Apples,  I'anauas,     ,  Celery,  ' Ci ccn Bean*:,  Citron,  Squash,' and Pumpkins,      ���  Ripe find,  Green Tomatoes,  Green Peppers,  Rett aud Green Cabbage.  "*  We have bought a car of winter  potatoes to arrive about October.  These are thoroughly matured  and No... 1 Upland Armstrong  stock. We��give .special price foi::  delivery off car;   ��� -    *  MacEacherri k Macdonald.  ^|-',*--'^--'*^-'*^-'^--,>l^-',^-,^-^i^-^;iSiiSifii^J&^:^��b:^��  fls,  .to.  F'   iJi ,�����,  . y    .    -ci I  ">->J. rVi ���  ' >K-U  ..    r   _J---*- rli r j  X   ' }���"-_% W  _ * .   * '   ,  'F't-F 3"  --*.'>F'Ff  .^T^'M  ���v  1   ifcfc   .f  'S -.V .'F-Jfc';  .       j' S-v.."...1  -    -,'   -t*A  -ii.  ;cf. ;.'F -7i,s\  iF^V'l^a  .  -;J [i'K-^'-.Je-  ,��� F .",��������  ''-? ->y% ~t&  ?.'   > ��-������"&. ..-(8  1 ">  ���a  *5'./7f^.1_.-44wi  ^j|fflf,*ga|  lo&��t��5 tt*^'  Expensive', Wreck.  Invention Is Tried.  y  The Inland Empire traction  system 'in 'Spokane will pay no  dividends this year.    As- a .result  v t '     '  of the wreck between1 Spokane  and Coeur, d'Alone July 3lsb,  "when 15 people were kiiied'and  many injured, Presidenb Graves  in his report says that dividends  can nob be> paid this year *and  that the * wreck, probably' will  cosb bhe company approximately  .��300,000.      '  Farewai tr;Pastor.  $30,000 per year is the minimum  return that may be expected from  Calgary's municipality-owned  street railway.  The Fire Fund.  Acknowledged, $197 15.  $5_W.     H.   L-urd, G-   T.  Me-  The 31  foot tower' will  be  builb|Gl,egor.    Also two rolls of paper  'H.,   iftr. rfi r^L-rfr-S^  :.rfr-jrfiCv^.^ J^^^_rfiJ^r.J^i^-^ ^ *$  MOYIE'S    LEADING    HOTEL  Hotel Kootenay  Tlie best of accommodations  for the Traveling Public.  r.,rgc and Commodious Sample Rooms. Di"i��rd Kuu,....  MqTAVISH & CAMERON  Proprietors  ;-/->-A <>"���  ^-A-A-^-v & A---^"^-^ -^^ '* ^ v  Wo BaWlhfl Spokane Fair nivlOarnc   N    ���-   but  in values we saw; nolhinK  1��, ^t,d   ���r  Clothiug and Stanfieid's UnshnnkableUiide^.  -.     Now patterns, in suits jast;arrived -hom tho  ������ICast   today.   ��     ,  '    n-i.fSrno. doves for  fii-enien:,  .    See    our   new  (Jsooi ne ��� bmNL  '���-. ilicv'ro.-ilaiulics.  iu the north west corner of the  building, and a room will be built  along the north side. The chimney will be- built between this  tower and tho room. The building committee expect to be ready  to call for tenders next Monday,  Oct. -1th.  Got Their   Pay.  The forest firo fighters went to  the bank and received their pay  last Tuesday. The amounts they  received ranged from $2 to $15.  Cranbrook  Items.  (From the Cianbrook Herald.)  The  seventefcii-year-old  son   of $350.  Monday evening  a  very  pleos-  anb  evening   was   spent   in   the  Presbyterian church as a farewell  , Seven and a   half per   cent ou  to Mr. Thos. Paton.    After a good*  the money invested, or a profit of  programme of solos, reading-*  and  --'���    " ��� f-  "'���   ���" ���"'recitations     the   chairman,   Rev.  ���Miller, referred to the splendid  services rendered the church by  Mr. Paton. He was especially to  be commended because he had so  admirably accommodated himself-to bhe conditions iu the town,  which would be so different to  the church work ��� in his native  Scotland. His bcotch perseverance and tact, and his training iu  the church in the old laud was  well manifested , iu his work.  Speaking for himself, the chairman spoke of the friendship  which had growu up between  himself and the departing pastor,  aud speakiug for all he could say  thab all held him iu high esbeem  as a man aud a p.istor and they  wished him a long and happy  ministry. The remainder of the  evening was spent in conversation, lunching and games. 1'e-  fore Mr. Paton left he was presented with a purse of $30.00.  Mr. Paton left for Vancouver  Thursday, where he will attoud  college at Westminster Hall.  _.Butte '.TrctaUeJSettled.*:  $3���Al.  Chapman.  $2 .".0���Chas. A. MacKay.  $2���Ed. Hujbb, Beu Jiiosseau,  P. Harbigau,  $1.50���F. A. Home.  $] Geo. Garden, G. Gustavesou,  D. T. Evans.  Total, $523.45  Bill paid, $10.25  Total on hand, $ 183.20.  A Small   Fire.  V E Corrison, the city band mas-  have caught from.a candle   burn-  d  on   Friday,  September, jag through the candlestick  and  s������ft��������������so��vsee������QS>  Fire broke out in the dry room  at the International Hotel shortly  after midnight S.vturd.vy and the  buildiug was gutted. The firo  brigade turned oub promptly and  did good work. Messrs. Taylor  A Bonner estimate the loss at  The   fire is    supposed    to  Imperial Bank ofJJanada.  Capital   Authorized -      -       000,000.  Capital Paid Up ��� .������"*���  "...fi'.OOO.OOO  Reserve   Fund       "7"~Tr7��n cou'Mi'F' Mi,.i,,i, f��i.u*.  runbrook.    ArrowlicH.cl. tiol.lei . K��" VHllt,.,'UVor  Kelson,  lluvclnU.UM'*'0'"1'  -lartineiit'  es  ' , -n'from   dato  of deposit. ^  Interest allowed on deposits F ,e .��� any  Drafts and Money Orders soia ^ |  part of the World *  ,'p   M   PINKH AM,. Manager.. ��  VEOYIE BRANCH.      J* F- m-   ^-,-eewpeffieessMwol  ��DOi�� ")e��0����������������5e*��9����cee��a  ;s����e��������s3Sffie^�� s&3? ��5m��*>  ter,  die  2tth, of. tuberculosis.  E. II .Small,- of the CosmopoF  itan hotel, is preparing to re-open  the hotel'-at Canal Flats, in the  Windermere district.  Miss Book waiter, ��� of Spokane,  ���Wash., lias'been visiting friends  iu Cranbrook and vicinity the  past few weeks  John'Wolf'has decided to return to his old stamping ground  at Fort Steele and. is arranging to  move there in a short time.  The Cranbrook Electric Light  company haW made arrange-  ' mont* to install n. seven thousand  dollar power house and thirty  thousand dollars of new machinery This will be the basis of instituting a twenty four hour, service and when completed will be  one of tho best iu  Western  ada.  dropping to bhe floor. Saveral  miners lo3tyall their change of  clobhing.  Another    Cottage.  Chas Stags has bought the D.,  Caldbf place on * Tavistock street  and is putting up a 21x2-1 cotbage.  Smith <fc Dalles have.the contract;.  This is the sixth cottage that Mr.  Stagg has built in Moyie, and all  of them are good substantial  structures.  The '  test    of    the   Damaurez   '  propeller took place.last  Monday  ab the shore of the lake  near" bhe  concenbrator. " A good number  of '  spectators came in. launches  from  town to ^witness  the   trial.     Mr. ,  Deniaurez placed the 'machine on  a 14' foot boat on top of'the seats,  1        ,     1        *- F    '  and by turning on the power  the '  boat started easily ab  a  speed  of .  probably two or three,rniles to the'  hour, and  would" have   certainly  gone faster if the wires' had >'per-.'  mibted of a" longerj*courh-3^FThe  j machine.is onbi.a^working  model  trouble  at  of aboufc'oue-sixteenth" 6T a''.horse  power.     ' The    principle   of   tho  machine is very   hard   to   understand, as it is  something   perfect- '  ly new and  out  of  the   ordinary  way of propelling   boats.     There  is a rumor that Mr. Deraaurez had  a hidden wheel under  water, but  such is not the case.    The boat is  driven from  the   inside  without  touching    any   outside  elements  whatever.    Mr.  G.  0.  Demaure^,  the inventor, claims  ib  will  he  a  ft ;j  <t'.  ���\*  ft",F.-S  , r3; ��y^Fs|  .'HV - '-flff'  jlJiiSi -<F��ll  ja iv, "kl  ���ip! ��� - 1-aal  ^*( .^M  ^W^'A'I  4*' 1-* y^"*Fl  .ST- fti($  .(#l"c,;'vFa  .    -F -i-i'fj-'- ^'-"-S,  .* ' * s ,7 >F' 11 ^%jl*s 'k  '      'Ljiju^,,'*-^!  ,    -'^.-'.feifty^iil  ���'- ^*fti^t^l  , Settlement 'of' the  Butte, which resulted in the stopping of woik by 10,000 miners  and the suspensions of operations  in every mine in Butte save one,  is officialy announced by Acting  Presideut ,Crane of the Butte  miners' union. Peace was reached  through the return of seceeding  engineers to the fold of the Western federation of Miners. This  sbrike of four, days  duration   has  resulted in financial I03S of   $250,- ...  000.     All mines are' in  operation  big success, as the   m whine   has  -?   ''���^J)|  , :;, > f  : * . ?���' t'j|  \ - ' t\l=if  1       V ,^- ,' h  *. ' * * '    . * tf  -  '>     f*5  �����       'fL>"K  . '.*!  ' <-      ' '"-''i  *s c -  .. _ ����� y. i \  " ' *-"' y -  ,11  .'   ' . ,"   '.'If..'  , F F     ,'wt  b    r ��� ? >    ���  with full shifts.   The surrender of  uo connections with   the  outside  hoisting engineers 'was  complete  the speed of  the boat  will  have  and came  at   a   time   when- the ���  effect   on   the   propeller,    no  "��� 'rLVi  F  y *H  situation   was  critical stage.  fast   assuming  a  Won Second Money.  One Shift Laid   Off.  , One shift at the, St Eugene concentrator was laid off the first of  the month, but it is the opinion  this arrangement is only temporary. The'mill is run from 12 midnight uut.il'8 in the morning, and  from S in the morning, untill 4 in  the afternoon, aud all repair work  is done from 4 in the afternoon  until 12 midnight. Ten or 15 men  were laid off on account of the  change.  Permanent Electrician.  District Meeting Called.  A meeting of the Cranbrook  District Conservative Association  has been called to  take  place  at  Tlie Moyie Telephone <fc Electric  Light company have procured the  services of au etectt  be  employed   steadl  house wiring is completed.   Those  intending    putting     in     electric  The degree team of Deborah Ite-  bekah lodge, No. 13, I. O. O. F., of  Rossland drilled in Seattle on  Tuesday of last week for prizes  offered by the Sovereign Grand  Lodge of Odd Fellows, which was  was in session there last week.  Tho first prize was'wou by Sioux  City lodge and the second prize by  Rossland lodge. The first prize  was $300, and the socond piize  was $250.  no  matter even if the boat should go  at 100 miles an hour. Tb will  sbeer the boat, no steering speed  required. Ice nor any obstruction  will interfere. In case of breakage it could be repaired at. seiu  lb will do away wibh a lob of  shafbiags, and will be a.great fuel  saver. Mr. Damaurez .intends to  build it on a bigger scale if any  help is" forthcoming. .Ib. is secured in the pitent office of Canada and the F'nited States.  i>- Ss    i-'ifl  -:< * v$f  y- -4  '. i* y  , i��  1 .  *' '1  .n'f  ���"iv  .���>;*  Ail  Double Tracking   C. P. R.  The   Street Fakir.  A street   fakir   held   forth   last |  Tuesdaj- evening and di-posed   of:  the usual amount of junk.,   As   is  always    the   ease    several    were.  hypnotized  by   the  smooth  talk  and were "stung."     ,   *���:  "The next double' tracking of  the C. P. 11. will be done west of  ! che city of Winnipeg to Brandon,"  I said Sir Thomas Shaughnossy,  ] president of the Canadian Pacific  {railway, ton group of reporters  j at the Hotel Vancouver, at Vancouver, _ ��������� . ' ���. ��� .. '  ,��� Call in and seo C. A. Foote for;  J Wolsey's���unshrinkable underwear.  ve procured the j K.  :rician who will, K  dily    until    all j ^  Oranbr'ook     on    tho   evening  of'''lights should not delay in putting jp  Can-  Tuesday,     October     KJtli,     at   S  o'clock.    l*y ordor of G. T. llogors.  : in their orders.    .1.   H-   Shelley  is  the man employed.  FALL SUITS-       j *  We now now havcl'our stock of fall suits comp'ete.  '���������,'   If you wear the '_  RELIANCE BRAND  you pay: lesrf   and dre-^B better." '  Drop in and   Ave will be pleased to. show you  these excellent garments.  THE DAY LIGHT   STORE.  ROBERTS .&��� MESS1NGER  "'���'CfCifftCff  yiysy^  "' :;'.'y.f;^:;  ' 'f:''v'-''-:'V.  "'.Ff^-l;  ': .v vv.Fiyi  .;���   -^yi^iC  ���K^yy.'.Al  y..::.yyyn ��� 'O^ilm *&���'%���   !  f'M-^JffFM  r ^ .j? ** i >i *.   .  fJlp; "'    '  ���wlV < ft  ...    "  jSf .^i&W i   15'  I i \i   ���    ,*���  if !��";' -  BiCf&�� ' ti .'     i �����  *-=?"��raM'-'Tw;ii-i .I,.  'Fill]  II!S M07I6  "HE LEADER, M0Y1K, THUTISIf COLC/MBTA.  **r^a��*vjrwur-a ~~r n���omniii  !���'- .r. s.MYTir. j',,.M.,^��E���.  f .MiVI.ed in the intcrc-Pl of the people  of Moyie and ]:,ifct Kootcnav. ' *   ..    _-   __"_   _        IyuI>r'^'orell -Miekenxio,   widow  of Sir Mjrell M ickenzie, wrote in  I her will:-When 1 die T hope my  j children will wear as little black  jaM-ossib'e. White or mauve I  like, but not black. And I bore  j they will not shut themselves up,  'but go but   among'1 their  fdencF,  1  not seem  disposed   to follow  the,    :ot;:���;ltfr,JOCtOM " *H Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrlpfioii  R.nr.   cr  svuaciiuuios  $2.00  One Year   ....  KATl'I.DAV,   0;T-,  2,   1909.  and to places of amusement,  am not afraid of them furgettirg  m��, and I want them to be happy-",  give3     expression    to   the I  The heavy mourn-  Tlie   nobbiest things  iu   boots  motJeni view.  are bunions. ."    , .     ing, Including the widow's weeds, i  seems to be passing away.     kor |  :, the best of all medicines for the cure of di-Mscs,  Jis-ird��rs and weaknesses peculiar lo women, liis tlie  on.y reparation ot its kind devUed by -a  regularly tfredu.  flt d,-V:TT*n e*t"r'"��"**   ���*  billed   special^   in  tlje Ui5t:2!.c-s of women.  ^,!fr.0^U1S,ediciao in Bay conds"t;��n ��f ��>e iystcm.  Hj^ONh REMEDY Which contains no alcoUol  and no injurious habit-forming drug, ��nd wbich  create* no craving for suoh stimulants.  MON1RMDY so good that its xnnkeV.  arc not afraid to print its every ingredient on  each outs.de bottje-Wrapper and attest ,o the  truthfulness of   the   samc  under oath.  ieli? ^Don't ^C��ne u^'erS ere,Twhere, and'any dealer who hasn't it can  Lo��-n i,���; " ������*"��* of ^unknown eon.po.ition for thi, tnedicin* ok  who says someEST; irSo.c��<?tcrfe't "�� ���� good as tlie genuine and the druggist  or U triin* �� d��$ C 'V J.St as *ood ��s Dr- ��'��rce's" i, either mistake��,  trusted     He ^flV-  H���'l* hiS ��wn s"lfi��h be"elit.    Such . man is not to be    '"^ssssHWn.i    ii       *      = , ... -CT^^i-wg&srrfSsa  isg^jr^ivii,,,. ,���<ic<*k, ���. i THE C ANABT a vT^T" 1  Meets Tui'sii.iv rvcninpi. in Mct.'re-t-or! ^^ "^^���*-*\l\|    PA\  lliull  on   Vui..ii.i  Ftu'i-t.    F.-jouroitii- fil)T^,   '^iT^Tii a-* *^A\V\  lOjJdFelJ(.w.-oi.i��hanvinvi��<��1. i V^JT       \ ^i    9 hfl h Jf[T^<r> **U  ! Ni.f'U'CJi.uKF Fcc'v. ��"�� Oi-"cr, TORONTO ^^ViJl  :::���            -=      B. E. "WAT.vvn   r>.-:,    . ��������� _^ "SUu|Jsijri>1  /y/'Z^yJ  /VjS&V.*  St. i:��gi,ii<' i.t.itjif��< Xo. 37.  K. of P.  HEAD   OFFZCi:. TORONTO  B. E. -WALKEK, President  ALEJCAKDEtt LAIRD, General Mana.er  iosn'  tnedi  pai(iuPCapita] sin   Reserve Funa^'0''  'CLM > Vi  Vcet* ov'ry Th.nwlB.v I   BranC,-CS I,irouSh0^ Canada, and in :,hp,, .     ' * 6'C  V,teV!'���:"-�� f"'-'-- vu- .COUNTRY BU.SINESS '^"w, ,     "  s��J>^ lllllj1' bK't'll'IM   JllVui-.l.        J  P. J, MfAu-ixK, J3. A. H���jJ   banU,n- bl,!,iness  (imr.di r,(,���.        K-K.nnoti{^BANKING BY IVIAIL  way with equal facility.   '  o   i Olllci^   i.1r  S*,,es "o1^ will be ca,fi  'or il,,.,,       1JW  0   t-L   KriUi*'  be  The fly isn't, much , on   writing,]  -,-   .���,listhefiharS:eat  all  disrespeetfu', ,  l^ut. ho is the boss at punctuating. J c'othes do not necessarily describe j  Tthe sentiments.���Toronto Mail and  be   Empire. - *���,-'���   '  o.Should   a^ld   acquaintance  forgpt-'-K'ot if they  have money  The trouble with   tlie  corset is!  *, he vet  pooi-  THIS WEATHER IS "tOO COLD  ' if   '"You Should See Our Lat'esi "Arrivals' in  BOYS' HORSE HIDE SHOES  1     ,   , , '< . -  Just (ho thinS for 'school wear  .:.'���.p..:���:$2.6"o  .���vt'll, i rk l,...I(;.., Xo. f.t.  A. V.   At   A. M.  Hegular meetings  on tlie first Wod-  n:*sday '   of   each  month. . .  Cf ANBROOK BRANCH.  Accounts mflv  1        t,0r^ihdIJ,  j Visiting brcihern -\vclccino.  Cf. T. McGregor, W. Jl. '  1) A. Ayrcsv-, Sec'retarj'.  'The sweetness   of low prices!     x���m�����l*���to   ^he  corset i,-|        -      ' Just  tho  thin- for '��  ,��� _���___,,         ��*         | Journal,   But_ that women chopse | a           ; A    *0    '6�� ���-������"1.  Pl._ />  ,    ^T      .   .                                        I to   ftbllSe    tllfiinqnlroa    l��r   .,.,     ;.���    I                '"_.���'.,., , r'  It is easy going all.'tho time when" ypu Vear  uo argumen't  against' the corset I          '. WALKOVERS      Trr *i   nni,*  itself.    On that lino, of'argument'      '' '' ''      "                ^-^^Pa".  we might", just as well'condemn  (  WATCHES!  | JUSt  TJlink  Hogularwa  ,  ���:  .��� ���,, _f, " I '       ,      , ' "uu,1-u   um^s  The Crow's Nest is to  be made ! ^ abUS6  them9elve3 ��>y an  ,im  proper wearing  of the  corset'is  dhe miin  lino  of  tho  C  ^Vell.'thafc will help somo.  Moyie   Miners'   Union|  i   '      No. 71  W. F. of M.   " - j  2 25' *J,'etB 'm WcGregor hall every Snlur-i  ,l*y t'veninir. Sojourning membra!  are rordmlly iuvitod lo HtU'Uii. I  John lioyd, Jamcs(,Roberts  IVeuidviit. '   , .Secretarv  b'iB  Thewij-o�� the  transgressor' j   ?    e .n;l^fc -"^t as  well  condemn  ha-d-prcbably   because   ot  the ���ri"*    ��f'  shoes   .becau3?  great amount of travel thereon' '    8C��TeS ��l^omea hislst 'on ��� eqneez-  ���'   -       _.w^_, ' ing theit"^et ,into - shoes' several  �� There W not , been a case of l.���?" ^ f��V them- 0r we  'typhoid fever in' fcoyie'fo'r sev "1,ght as wel1 sa^ that we must  e.-al years. As a healthy towu |al1'do wifc^��t heels to our shoes  M -yie can't be beat.       '       ;       18?mp,Sr becji��so a lot .of rilly wo-  <Get  the, habit. .     Go to  Crowe Bros & Co.  r       '* ' ' ,        '" ��� ���    ' ' ' .  Put Her^Sleap, INTErSaIIONAL  ���Harvey,   'MoOarfer- &  -    .; Macdonald.'.'V  U��rri��l(.W; Snlicilors, N.olarica, ElV  .    ., _ -.':'u"--s ��.U ad  fOro^,rSb,..100���fUK..o,,(U,l!.j,,,llCTs.iii  Sjewe  Osize, 25y���rh ^      --���  15 jewel 16 size, opeLtacs 20 vear,,   -,  " Prartioai; Watch^akex- and;Jewel|er  #"yici6ri��si.,.sod(h".'  y, .;.:;,; S0TIE  men choose to wear heels so" built I ���   A, cler^tuan w��3 9��ce sent for   HOTPT "  Hven a straw ^ W J^ ^eahnob walk ^j^^^^ J '   ^^   _ ,  ttabur* the   other   dav   ^J^Yr^0���**-** "tide | my good wp^fyou are ^'y '  ���   ??-" hotel "*  ��?w,;��nder  newj  CranTbfook,  B. Q.  !'  W. F. aURU,    .      ;  BARRlSTEil, SOLICITOK.  EXC.  Why Pay More  mt-burg the,other day   Bave;ST:�� ���'^'^^ "??  -fcicle  ^ ^ -ma^so ^u are 'Zy  Cpjk-fche credit, for discovering!      ,        1S IWl,���us fco ?  woman   ill and requi.e the consolation" of  t ie north pole.'    ��� '   .    |'SD J,DS asafperraits free   and! re3>gion,"Vaid he. , "No,"*' said the  !    '    J ,.,.   ' natural circulation of  the* blood* l��-d ,adF,.<T,il nervous  and,, can't  nafcn'ril circulation' of  the ��� blood; ,   - -   .  ��� - ��4U ���  "My dear sir fWfll ���. -   I a"d tbe COr&et' P^Perly worn,  in    ,    P-' aDd--7.UU ^hva5's P��fc  me  to  ydea,-���,Tw,llpay you  m|inhos a J    sleen^ so   nicely   when   I   go ��� to i , . -ornIETO,s.  Healthful circulation. , Nor is ^JS��^ ' ^"^ t0 ^^ 1^'^ S^fc  management/and is first class;  in every'.rospect. '" "'"       |"DK.  F: B.   MILES  TAYLOR,  &   BONNER.,    ",-n-*������- ''^  ��������  time;  and sii:Pe  time   is  money ! /^ *  ^^^a  to  such jchurchj  the longri* y;bu wait the'snrer you ' ^ C^culatl0n- ��� N9r is this *| to me."  'Will'be of your -pay '*" '        I * PeiS(^aI 0Piaion. *>��&' a " cousen-  ,,=..or*. onions ���*��� ��������.| :.    Com|ng gy^"  aro-YiF:  j Cranbrook;  B,  O.  Tt is astonishing .the  rate   atf**? .a,Kl ^ading Physicu>n3 and  "Which Seattle is growing,"    PoIk*s | ^^gi^                                                                           ,  directory   estimates    the     city's "   *====='   ������'     . f   *^��tn��nsterlVir,* October ?2th - -         nT>        ,    -    ,  "       '���' ' "     ���"    " ltOl0fcb-     "������        " "' >�������.���^'WOMiji|^BR00K,      Biimsi, CoLl,yn���  population at 309,:J75.  C-risatisfaetory as-ifrmay    ap-l  ���pear, Moyie ivilFhave'to 'be'con-'l  ,tent^ with the  old  school  build  i ig for some time j-et.     '  ���x-*4Mcviui^cCK..;.,i..s.    n;Y.p^ c|George H ^-Thompson,  ���' 'McVITTIE & PARKER!      '" BAnR,^,!'''souc.TOR ,''  ,'''���'���        ���-   ���'        -.. '     ''       ���<���   .,      I'\. *f   ^0TAnY 1��l-hmc. A-c. ������  Pbovlvciai; Laxd Survkvixo"  The; Standard's SouveW' Number. I    Tha^sgiving,    Day,"   aionda'V  *������'    .     ,- '���';' ' !'   ���     ,        ' I October 23fch. -.   '". F    "-"      T;  1 -       - "        _L^_   ������ I ��� - j _ ,        ,v   '  The Jroiitreal standard's ' Spec-';  ial  -Number  has  come  to   'hand,'  and is a mo��st  creditable   production.    Tt has'a= magnificent cover  ia    colors,    painted   "by    one   of  i^^^r^^^.^ane  ;Estimates Furnished.!  "   *."'      'OPFJCES    ^��  Seattle fair closes October  loth-  ^.Winnipo,    Tribune    says  Amo^  S'toZ    ^i   x ~- ^^."^  ^atgeogiaphymay  soon definepe Number contains   nearly  15b * fl    ��tiC6'*iS   Lereby    ^iven   that  the north pole  as a  body of ice' haIf"fcoue plates  devoted. to sub^.l       day3    ^"om  date  the*'eof  completely surrounded by liar,      fj,jets of Ken^ral interest,   and  has ���' n  T- *'   'IIarry'   C-   and   Arthur   r  "     \two  superb  panoramic views   of'      Uv.ealef' ��f* Moyie,   (3.   C,  oc-  Aroadhonse a  nirhf  ���p   '.    '       Moafcreal   suitable    for    framing I ?��??^^I1 ���1"erF. intend   to apply  , '      1'Iihfc of dr��u^ I The printing is fw ,.,_   lraa*la*-   tto ���� ^old Commissioner at Cran- .  ^nrevelaiidaLig"lpower aufco.| unde?a���g^^'^J and ^e   ^.B- C , fo, water .licence  of  mobile  make a  deadW  ���     u-        nf "k     ��� , y  thousaods  one,cubic foot   per   second   from  tion      i/ic!', combma-jOf  the  issue  have  been   sent . to ,C.urz0n "eek.       Point ' of   dive^-  -'Uul Seattle seems to  have | friend3 abroad. ^l��a* the upper end  of   Lot   0-128  more than its share. ! "   ,c   if'^Sation   purposes   on   the   .^  I jatore mentioned lot, No. 0-128,  Buried, th^Piips. -  j JARRY U. and ARTnUR  f  | *'urc orcecro r>. o. Rnx o -       ' ''_  Oraiibro'ok P. 0. Box 11.        "  Thos. Summars  Cigars,   Tobacco.  Fruit   and  Confectionery.  TOVH.    NOTIONS   ETC.  South   Victoria   St.  Ffmb'almerrand UnderUker,  .ckanbrook!  ',Our stock is tli'o Largest iri the district, and fc'  ('F    ,-_���'      best assorted.    ���  i '     '        x * ^  , i   i ,    * ,    '    ' ' '    J   '  'Oui-.ainrhasal.wni's boon Itf stock sudili^ij  ���     , ' fs evei-y-day people call for evorv-d.-ny  ",. -   '* .   *'        * '.  ..Common Chairs  'S2l��nijusf  now at 6 'cents}  Limited nuA'isV  ' ,' .,'11,', '   1 . v  f  ,"    ���     ' '-.,'. ;cach   customer.,"1 ' "  R. H. DW.YER,  ^-vni;in-AKr.u     .\\n  E.\uur.MEu     '   '  w"����co.oi.,:uaTMES70iies  CRANBROOK, 13. (j.  Cranbrook   Co-Operafive Stor  t '  ft  'town at Crestoo   they have* a ~ "'^  ~' "' -*" I G LIVP3LFY       -  ^y of colleeUog money that was   .   ' ' I ^d ab^oyie, R^ ,' September  subscribed    that    i*   nnt      i a ^,        ' ' 13th, 100f).* .  oepcemoei  Those wh i ���        ���,                 Sl��W:   p    ' thQ time ��f fche bi^ A��� John                       .  wsc Ml,, .subscribe ^nd  foil   fco   B an owned a little brown spani, 1' ====���   ���S op the amount will have ithafc was the mother of a litfrtf  *h3ir names published in thB.iyoun.8 Pul>s- AVhen the Tire wa,  local paper.     ' . f approaching  the   Bean   residence  ' -ae dug a hole in the ground   and  buried her  pup8.     8ha   wag  self lost iu  the  lire.     Her  action  was  discovered  when,  after  the  hre the ground was  turned over  Last  Fourth of  July  Wag   nofc  ,��   "afe and Sil��e" lifcer all.    Tho  Amarican    .Medical     Association"  whi, hi       i -"wciation,   "ie> ��� ground was  burned ovei  chhas beea.o^ryog itatlii.,a��d    the   pup,, who hj^.  *!"'   find3the   deaths   from  ,,,... tunately   been   smothered,   were  "dent- of last  Fourth  wore   o^^^.-Fernie Free Press,  ~by far the largest total  in   five  years. c  Nifty   Fall  SUITINGS  St. .Joseph's   Convent.  NELSON, B. C. '  xjoarclmg and T>.i'y ScIlool ^  B b*'lhe8��icr. of 8t. Joseph, Nelson  courl C0mmercial and* buainesn  coo-e3 a ^pecaitjr. Excellence .���,!  8��i t progress chHracte���ize each de-  Partment.    Parents, sll0uld   WritQ   ^  particulars. -One month  assures  the  Moyie Beer  J As made by tho present brewer i- admitted^  -Cf JJef ,'eeii�� Kaat Kootenay.   AVith the Be.-t  jand the Purest Spring Water it l* nnp^tikd  ,'Itial,ty.    jMsist on imvil)K jI(jy.e Bt;ern  J20ITLKD.AND DJUFT BEER  ^"   Ha��!",c'^���   in'connccio.,;  ,hhOUbt'���"ciiUmen. BC3tj  r  ^"���Iqiifiriors  /or   Com-  V  I  il  '^Uj il  C P. R. Tourist Hotel?.  HUY   YOLK  FINE NEW STOCK  of'the 1^  nattiest     in   Full    Suitin��  v.  from    eastern    and  English I p.  manufacturers just receiver)   ^I^fS  They ftre undoubted1^ ^ITobaccffs-  P��^c    ���    the   thoroughness   of   thc| merci.,, ttnd Mi x  S.sters'methoi,a   of teaching.' Term, ! Q���FFvS     Av M"������M��--".  commence January,   April   anil   Ser*. ! ^ *"-viB|���. e  Pupils are ail,nh.Le.lduri0cf.eim  WOI!K    TO   Tinr  ihandsqinost   and   most  dis-l  from��kr    ^tS    m��r��    'bu8iQ,M!  �� ^--^^ Jt^!^^SS^!lta;;"��� fabri��� '-Fruit and  rt.��okano ti-nne   ,.r^  .the     ntlm,.   i..^.,      .      ,n'����s>s lor , vet  l)p,,n    "ff"-" 7    and    ll  1. something  I    ���   ; ���   ��� . f    ��� *-**lyiuiiusia trom tho  TUo SMk'"'�� c"��"<y ^tJ^^iT"'^^"^'  ��'<> a|.poi���t,���������f .. I ��������� ,��� .,." ?�� raM��> '��� vast I���,!.  at a reasona|)]0 ^.^  Woman's   Wa^..  *��i��y ���-ee3 Ul0 aW0l���tm    .        ��� y      Gnde* to "*M �� vast  ������^.^^���"'���loubtlcs, be Widely  adopted,    -r-o   ,-.i        , 3 i  S"   f:ei''U^''   -J���  some !     -T;m KoinR to marry Dwk' **  -      s have ^ed special build-  .   ^, you told me^u Aren't  .^.���ou'H   teeth  are    treated ^Itha^rirl'r ^ ^  ^   ^  Well as  cammed,  if .p.'ren��s���    .. ";^Ul '   ^ i*-"^l^ulvA |  to  t for fall  should leave their order  early.    A. fi t gu ar an teed and  Pressing and Cleaning  Done  Prices Right.  C.il FOOTE  Confetionery  = .'SKxVD YOl'Ii  KOOTENAY  STEAM  LAUNDRY.  m:fso.\  AU Whito Labor.  "E        ���    ���   ��������i     i.   J.      I   Jl    l   Vjf wf ui>    IB  MUELLER &  HESSE,   PKOPS.    1   _  | ��� MOYIE, B. C, |K,i^  1      I  f MOYIE    HOTEL.  �� /*. /'������. J OB A'SWA'  This  FliOM  A. B. Stewart  NEW YORK  ; ^avo work ,vviti; U)0    ,^  4.B. STEWART  Arerf-hnn.t Tailor,  M\J X iii,  IS THE QREATEaT  THEATRICAL �� SHOW PAPER  IN THE WORLD.  S4.00 Per Year.    Single Copy, lo Cts  ISSUED   WEEKLY.  Sample Copy Free  R I FRANK"0UEEN'PUB.C0 'Mdl  J5.    O      ALBEHT J. nORlE, l'(fl!f.lHi:/l(f A       }'  ?:^rr;^;;f"-  . �������<��.,!, i���k..;;;v  hft'i"! ,./,li -  '���������'��� ��� ','..,,,11.y ,   ��� ^ 't.  '^.''If'-i;;^:-1''-  //.���('.   >{*,C,"t J.'1- '"' ��o.      VW{����  t"-i    '.!���,.',,,'! y " : '���' ��� ;���...,,,'    ; ���"!���������. ,,  F'liiHl'i O Lf   ���' ���'���:������..:  ���    i :������-  n i?,tel 1S New and well Furnished Tfl  tables are Supplied with the Best *f  Market affords. The Bar is Filled ffj  thei^est Brands of Liquors and Oigar.j  L HEADQUARTERS   FORCCOMMERCIAI'       i  Movi��.  ���'   ���;"'���: AN.D'MiNlNO MEN:    " ' ' ' - irnIr��f|  5-   ���      : ^ .���������' I  ros,   j  i  *  i  i  i  General CoDtractors, Builders  and Repairers  Estimates " Cheerful I v Fun.if^11-'    ���  ���^     Moyie/ B.C.'  1 Ft  ������u'A- y  <yv  "���yj  ^r��A_��*k.  YJ^r,'"'*i''"'-'i'^v.^:'-'"f -���������acT;j^*- ���./-,-���  H Be   Somebody,      Opinion on Ilmzm*.  Pital.siQ  -1 Siai��  Bjw?"  ,'4   r, 1  ' J  s and Enju.  A   raur.s:.!?T.     '*,.     m -ii>,'j~? 'n&y.  ntfci.��.     ros.��     rfisf?,ns.lj    ii-r-c    ii ���  opinion of dwncmr   ii&t.   u:   rssao  tbe iollotrinc rejUr  "f-r-x ^ ?.he *-p:rj: of 7,iii db.nab.-r-  tlHtir-S       -*ftftV-��l.o].T-      ft.TIC     GiJ.Tif-JTjr  fcl Cberrv-Bkssoiri.'"  7TE, JAJVJW2S-. <in-i  U'.Kil   ZZAWiS..  _ j. ii, i jw-v.*-: y '.Infrr* ;;mi'h-rttt  i.anc inai t ii'M.ict"' <?,.!innn:> n zut  Jilaili c>. i.i. KOn'W'il. iri..,- iiu;r.-i; ��  t.hi; r(".!;jpiiijH.L m  r.   f-r.>u, jn.jinrrcitr;.. ,  I'll'    .T-i.pf-7l(!��(i    I!!    t    ll'-TITll'    IlJr   r*'niS.-r-  *-rjl-   io-   ifimif  n��i.lu  "oifini:* i.nc Bsn,  3l;i*   aip-r;   tr<"   :*  "���.*it  tirw   nuriHx  hum rj.uiii.   -.io-  k,f("o]!.  "Pti'i-d t,v  Kl>l  3 "lU  )or *����..,,"  M.  i SI  KI a��<i guars,  :ase, $20.00 '  ���'��. SI5.50  ���?00fl .value  1 n th?* eon r.try tv^n r* lv>ot-  bbi-'K min he sorulioiSv. ii lu- wllF  ��:, If hf* nrnio*- nn bis m.od to it,  srm st.icWf; to hh rtftsriiwiion, he  will not fi.lwh.ip-i be ft bv-voti��la^.k  The rule  s.pn]^<>*-   to  h!\.  f���ua hta-  wh.-*��| ch^wiw��<��!-< ft.w,forminp. qr.iFkl'r. ..     w :.-n��rrt i-��s ^i.iw t n^L viuol  In >rx?t# of  th*   fWt   thM   it   5>-    ' ��.'o���,-". \ .    �� ,        i. i1 Kirm; Urr:.h nr-.i;. _ :t jKudi^i*,  a surohlfl nsfcUwr   tr*  fc^en  hfcen   Jr.   ,,,,;i .,-..-�����.    ....        .        ,- "Wfl** '"!hy��--v*       '    7i�� r��7rrrj  . .    v    ' ,   *V!*. U'"'t.S i- ' tin ftnrc- al.   Trbior��     ,       ^nu vK.f,./ ^nj���.r-   X),u_  ^i*p*tfc��rfc��t  mwns  >����*��   *���. ,,W7inro                   '���            '          -       i, ..aw* Ttir.*^.   ,-i .^'-t.Vi  respMt,, otk* is- nt-rw^Sv. by t>i<? l^rp-e ��-,   ,���,  �� ^                      .            ,        ' 'vmpt    i��   li  ,         /.           v.            2       t J   5,e* 11fll ^'B->on>   vtj   yount-    aatrorit"  f-a   sn-di-sta"!,   suv*   -.*   ',n<  cnmbar of ikph he aioft* who  &r>-  Good=  :������- :i  ic &<Jrorsikt?* . o��   il?     ~rr? iTfif^ria.inii"r.fit-Ts, ��w��-diriira.' r'loa  " _^      '._,,     "^ ,       **  i"*r   rHc*-��w''$. ^f*W(*T; Mfiini.' r*isfc��>-  *'fil'*:<"   <?rr.    T*-!.1: if   T.  r-ptnf-ctj- vhisl. lii^', ?n-  RTOii^c-ra^nl      RT5>2  .wji  1^  P  . Trljicfi  sire-   ttccwmohv^tc  Iri   i,  onnaii,  F'wi-. ��.'  iVroT*<*hTi-r��  Iit.'C incipi^m /�����>��-  fnn.Ti.i.!6tt.    M<>"{ tliL-*-. t.hsi. \ry, r*  o(  r,b��'v ofrb-.~ '-!7i��rc-vcjV-'-<fe!>,   BlV*c>d  * )*ian^rsJir<*/; <.^fiV3er.   >.���������*;, Jinc.^a  r(v��i,.   jO.  of  ?h��  ir?��>(S!FjBSi.'  rlrr.nc  fnn.Ti.i.!6tt.    M<>-{ tliL*-. t.hsi. b^-, rsa.��.oT.'  oi r,b��'v of.b-.~ '-iniirf-cfjf-'ite,   BiV>c>dr��wn,  "?af*?r.*f  ����� iiiftli,   t.re s��er.<nfccJf.b> -prr,ra/*i<*e ��� fend  Wo OAn print for yo\i  ic(, and ife  ' ii  iidiliiiivjj  y-ilnv.-  s. \'  t  I J  nu.-ni;rs (j  Ufa, it  c*,n  W  8v5rrffl3-M,    start*   �����> <��nportflnitv offered ste  o'   ���u *���  ^tlii  ?7*���<-''    -is'ths  dts-  lest* thi-f   J^   b***};^   >vu.h   p-oo��? ' jn��{-fcI2W!.   -re^^nc-   tbi'ir rjrrn.f   v ^~ ir^n* 'x*"^- it f��i'��'r :-:.-.icV  Tudc^a^'it'  A*��d    Ajaoretjort    't'hp   ���a���.^,n���.. *���_ ,-��� .-> .   ,  un�� F.ui..d' i-Tc-^Uoin ir. ^..��l��:���.*:s'.���.fc-.:)Tl..'���,  iS��bjcrt   i*  *ar*  1o   tend    h.msc-.f       ^ ftm ft ^Rf  Tr&iktag 05 ,thc  par<-went   oi  *z\   nc<Vitii  i2md��.irAbl<�� ch��^*��<"t<>r.  Be soi��p.txviy '" If.  *<   it 'might,  *��<5i<��m  mfk.iiKju.nd 'th* 'rre<(��*iW\1*  aiv grost^  Ue d&ocat, r^-p^ci   wora��n.   kc^p i  a.w��y  ftv>m   evil  A*s=vX"*\At,Kv.is.   lw,  dtfsL>r��*.t   i��  busino-v^N  fai;,5;f��3   in  j;t t.ruA.11 thia^rs, *36n*C   scoff at 're-li-,  '' gioa���iri s.h<��rt^ lw jv niAn, s*,^4 yow ���  ���will Sad that yon   sro command'',  | ing tfhft gwo��l will  a.ml   5\><ixv*t of ;  those wl��**t?..frioiidship  i?  worth'  f' something.    You will  not  be'deserted  in  tryliiff ��� moments,'   hut,  will be sustained with encounig-e- |  - merit when you iiood it; you, will  be thus su3tivinod because you deserve it, and for uo other reason.  'Perhaps wo, cannot, all .command tho greatest success of our  fond ambitious, bub, as ��� tho an-  cient philosopher points cut, we  can deserve it. Merely deserving"  it is far better than surrendering  to that devil-may-care feeling ���  better not only in immediate  Sb satisfaction, but" With 'regard,'as  iSSf; Well, th future results and con-  ditions.���Exchange.  .*,"  7 ���('-���-'  '"  'iolh'r-'  ii-,~  '.    i ��� j    f *���.'r  v-F  V'v.f �����;....        �����.  -IJ.  M:i      h  .)>".  <y   7v.?ii-  1~.  '���'.;   I'.li-A: ,"���"  L"-  ,.   .''' -B5I'i 3 ���"*������:  if    f-  ;in.-.      hr; TT  *".   "  1  'v.1..   If-   i  1K9-  2"'i-:"-]    Ir.j.  "'7**"  j~r  - i*- ik.  etter-  R  ���Korms  ooiBsrined ir. "&?* Pie.-<*v.,{'<'Tf.!<i{*r. Wed-  ', Civspepsrs, ana stomach dlsor^ftrt litve   , '  >ifts.r*r   f.-rty y?Krs   fir/v,  IV.' Pj��to��   <  * <Si��oot3E*red tfesl' <sbftrr.5ffliHv r��nre- sr^'c-  i enne of'proper  Ft-��-r!Ci>i   is   &   ^SpiS.kt  F  ' ) ppWeai &T}d p-resfn^ffivf c��5 rfoe- ��or,.V�� ./,  ���.; medicsrml prmcir>le^1r��";3u,.si�� m n��fi oi '!  f cor   iaiiigenv-*ti��   on   nsa've <��� a:ii*dk,.iiisJ j  ��� ���    . ,' ' pUnls thin, is  s3cobc4.    Ae ?je ��w is   ,'  .* v' > ; e.T,i,irrtr ntj.ilijeciJOTiiSirJa, whiTie iioahtA   i  Letterheads. Knveiopes, a-puio'  i Is  x\el1   ^notm.  wh^n  as>t>d   evrf  ia  f small TKirtk-n*,' fi--r'a pr.-trac+tNi perioi,  " to do \a5t.ing injury to i^ hamsxi sye-  j"'  tern, c��p��j��.Hy "m the fvase of ^v*15csr* ,  women   and   chitdren,  he   ciec45ed  *���:��  use chotnica'K- pur^   plycsMiiK* i^Fcetd  of   the   usually  ea^ployoi   Rloo-bol, hi. ^  ttic   preparation *  of   hi?    taedwrae-s.   [  Hi? found that  the 'gJjverine, b?wd�� i  Ixjiiijj ent-icttly  harralv-sf, pospesses ��� sa-. j  trlnjsic  medicinal   pn^wrnei   of., crest  J,  value.     Iw   nutrinve   properties.   Dr.   ,  Pierce   believes,  far rarps-ss' t&ofc   <A  cod liver,oil, er.tMms ft t-*. f*porA.b>e   '  consideration   in all *ca=^ of :_acq��tct  consumption a.r.4 c^ber 'J -xrivnc vi-sse&sfts.  It t=   an. itivigorM'.ac, c-^-w  .Cferissve   ���  and 'o*kt>s ;  j tv^bto card-  ! - ��� x t<*4*-v1'i    ' M ���(>- ?  i      ��� . , . <  v.-;- hf!.'- '-.lie IdFE-i'-i'  cL-j-'i, this ,v.svT-:4i.'  C, T"      Jj.Ti^A-'^jr  I  .1�� ��  Bilsl  of   Faro,  Invoices,   I?u*utics<  Cards  N  .i"->:.l��ik*rt��     Mo-!  ���    ���  .    e  yy<r -h .^c ��� 3!h e wi r<*-r,  v "..1    <FC'   f'CFV.t'T^f^  g '     -J- .- -  r. :?.-i      <-v.;-rrF:-,'ni��"  .-. e*-:?t-..:-:^T%"' 1.o rii?i"ke' _  , One on the   Lawyer.  Everything in fact,  , t  T  LvOII ��.li** v-i-^tr.   - a; .-.-if. v: ;=^^-=-v^H,  . uivigor?u>.ac-, ?^^.w  .Crerassve   ��� w-^ ,     _       \,  rd^a.    Dr. FSew U '^rfj- iha ,  jj f~" ^ I =  Nature's Garden.'!ik��   *ho .-   iF -u taa��-E *-sc*w -o  There are .some legal   questions  ,'tka.i a witness cannot answer,; by { 'As cheaply, neatly and quickly  'r simple yes or  no, 'and' a  brow-i  kF.beating:lawyer ' will    sometimei  III*." take advantage of this fact.    Osie '  I  A* n.ayoa��  gv.-  of tins class wa.s once  demanding '  ��,. (that a witness answer" a  ceri^ia f  "*     CLuestion either in the  negative or \  ^^.'affirmative. ������. t_   ���       .  ^"^'^^^P    '*-t canuot do ic,"., said  the" ���~\i  ��^/^%|f J,ness.    "There are some  queitioa^ |  !fC,7-^-"'^*'that c3*11006  ba  answered   by   a,"  MiJ:;:^.' 'y*^' or a 'no'''aif ar>5" one k^PTr--" 5 Call us up by  tc-'.ophon  ��"'at-'        -^i defy you to give an  eumple  to the court," thundered the law- .  i combine ifcf piasii pvtti c�� ty N'ispcra  ', to  care osr d.oea.1!?!.1-.     I^.ic prtosri-   .  5 tion  is   ot p*eisa^�� isiTc:, s-r^v?-' p*K** ���  ! eioniacHj., ssd w est^saeix *&t*cz,7vz:pi.  : rerioriivg  Soce  a.&i vtfc^- *iS' tJ.^- ��-itsr*  ! trstera.    Ii cares fe^iassiocj-^rcsik'b'ks  "- o'f  the  ��ti->n-afc& a^ ***e*. ��! f-r*Iig-?K3CT: '  J asd   d-rspepsia    arlfsac    crvca    *R-*��."fc   ,  ��� rbi>oiacii.   Osxe t*eA?*��i ��~hv ft pesi<-��-e��,.  ! the beal-siti of raa-dcsTi, paie srid ��r'��- s  f 'csstesi people is bwskpe h first tJirov-j  | oa* the poss>.vnisfra4Ethe bkol 5Js.rce.t-b.  i the' nv  ��� %.*    -*   if  Tj -���  N  ^'  ulniittt'd'y'-  thc Be.-t & ]  nipjcelW f*!  eer���  BEER  bed ��>.i  Best ty  i Cigars j  ,.yer.       , ,   i  The retort  cam�� ' in    a   flash:  'F4re you still beating your wife?" ;  .   A. sickly   Rrin   spread  over   the;  lawyer's face and he &at do^vn.       !  _, ��� i  C P. R. Changes   Divisions.,    |-  The Pacific division of the C. P. >  It. has been shortened  20.4. miles,'  with the resulo  that  Field  takes f  the place of Laggan as   the   east- ,  orn'terminal of the   divi.-ion,   aud  the latter place ceases to exi -c , a-  a   divisional   point-' a~By  the  oM  main line of the C  P. H.   the  distance between Field   and  Laggiu '  was 10  miles,   but   by   tli3- new j  route through the  spiral   tunnels,  recently completed the distance is  increased    by  the exact amount,  the main line was  lengthened   by ���  the tunnel route, viz, 4.4 miles.       ,  Cordial Feelings.  In the private ward of a ho--  pical there wa* recently a te-ty  old millionaire who-e ca��e gave  his physician considerable difficulty at first.  '"Well." asked the'erusty patient  one morning,  "bow  do  you   B.id  mu this morning?"  '���You're  getting   on   fine."   !'e'  spoiided the  doctor,  rubbing, hu ���  hands with an air of .satisfaction- ,  "Your legs are  still!��� swollen;  biu-  tliat doesn't trouble me."  "Of course it doesn't", howled  the old  man.     "And   let me "tell..  you this: U your legs were swollen  it wouldn't trouble m:: ehhai'-  vr-r sad, ftJvissejT.   Ii 5i>��i be-^fsu V  iw iTvcvwiirruv-^ive -"x-rfc in SjmSdfeag" c?  P,'|j-cji-��  hj   ����i  da.kuig gc*c*d, ricii, red j  ' faJcod, '        ', v  . '   Tt>��   " C5--Jv*��ki ACpdscai Dikssvstt" is' (  I made ia a Sarg* l&bors^ry. irbcfoajSity  \  I cvqatppevi vTi5heverTsc-ie-3Sts<ap:*4:ano?,    ���  i tJ  BcffaSo,' N. Y.   Vjaassne-d cheoiiru  { are  io  charpe of tiie iabv^rarorr. with       "���  e   and   we' neartjra scow of skilled phrs-\ciac�� aad  i tutvrt'oas employed to ".crutisiiie. df^er- t  will send around: or if you        i mine and prescribe these remedies s>.!id *  { o'.her means o! cures- seem be=t raited ,  to raary thousands of c&pes cf chronVo '    *  diseases   irliWi -"CvtiSe  before them. f*>r ���  trvaUuent esich year.    It eo?ts you r.oth- \  iii�� to ^rrite to "Dr. R. V.��� rierce���the  head of this Iastitntiea, st B��gs.!��. N.  !  Y. and get an accurate tnediea! opinion  in your special C3S$ ami tr/raJfy sr.f-'.i?4t��  cJtargt. _ _ . .        j  3     L��?S     &AVS'y  \   '     i.  ���wnjv, wka?   it  "9  ,i  Pabrt 3-rwinc 'C-TCipsa^'r S^Mte!t',tl -^ha '<?.-l?ii V'-ca:  'V-��;tntV -C f>,'f '.oi ?'..(��� Ti-n��pr*/'( mi*,'", iittpn't,  'F*ra|*i{w  ,   fDii-.n-Miftnvii,, ii'T-n^ jVin-fttM t.h.,ihte Vwir   /^W^^H  1 S'ifc'ft' jV-y'jf -'���"V- t'n  ti  TMW-h. W f-oi'tj- aiV<'f  F-l-y^^-*^^��  L'jn .TrP  ���,*-,<'.> 'li -vvrtuF^f Tf r ^B.  V,rth��jif^^^?^jS  -<jr.*;> :*o i i j*"*- , j)i��pf.f ire-*! siVcnir*R<i, -iisdtt<-">^^MZ&3  'tf.-iTt.  SlWifcrf'a* S- Stf-rre- nv<-  -fi>t*��*e  %T,<'ti i '4f^r-��^w|  lAf-jf Pffaifl  Ite <,& r.tfl r !l  Pefer call on  The, Moyie Leader,  Invest In  s  The Beer of our Owii Laud  Pabst, E3be Rfb-San -has, beem,'ib'ho?��". -r?s vht. Asrssncan  ' beer for exclusive ss5e s.t. die Great G-oldeii Wesr ^m  , Asrsericaa Ibtrastnes Exposr.tk*n at Kami's Court'in,  LoockrA tbas s^Eanser.'SiSSox.'i.^^g' the 'vi'iinSng" csf tfee  higfeest' award for prartty above aS brexs-s of the. \vcs")d /��  at Use raterBasaenal Pure Food.Exs.'oatscEi! Antst'erp. !]  , '    Tbi Pfi^&st,'Sresfrsrt.ee, tfca Pabst .j��>��;afrryJ, the P&bft  /^?'la'r���l5'^s, tiie: P&bst; Jlw 0^-fA n ��ss a-rrd t>rt; PiSffosr ft��rr per'1  een fe^-e   o/ <zl'��Xi>h&'c���fcavc *,��ra,a  tire favor' of ^i pcop3c ,  V"f        "'  4I^-aJ^'W'I>        .-'",  BlueRibBoii  thvss b��-~r.-st:-5 t����a dJi-csfcc of the ron^ccsiurs   cf the  wprfd.  Pibst brstrs biM. ape Bh.4   Ritibon   Bcc-r.     Nc  rr.atttr  Ttriiert yes^ordir Bitse Hibbcn. y-^c*ii get tbe sa^:c r-utrraoc^*  cunlffy thst rr*.2.fct-5 it tiStrsst Ircm ether beers.  Because cf its goodness fend c.eiightf*il u-iirvr^r; smooth-  ness- it rs the ideci beverage.. Ycu' will enjoy it's pleasant  softness and 'delicious ;1ni?or.'  iOur'Leaders'  * n>yy^:Si��AVR  ';  , F#F4t.-  * .    'iflA-(|M|  1M*>ERA1\)R   smok^ fern     r,'4^j^  ^  F - .���    *"     ^ Entftsh bscon  * < - i * "'"-''..  if "        M.       &vnc��[ ron-  s=i   Bo.'.'.-'i   CT.lV   sf   tiw   5rra-��r5-  A. L. McDERMOT  Distributor  Cranbrook. B.C.  Fhonc  17  SHCAMEQOK " V  .Leaf Lard,*  - A.E.JBJB.RgVA.  Greaniery" Butter  ��� BURNS & G!  .M.0YLE. B. p.  SF F. DS^FU'LNIEU  nr.MtiTv-  aueens'Ave.  ��   MOYr!:  ^v{^ 'i-y-.yi-*i  " \'?^r **jji  4\2f'%!  V?.* \f��|  ���    ,aF>    ��I  ��tC,i;^  1*" ���="      "C.J  j *..)  :-,,f    ' m  {  Is Good   Business.  Fernie Free  Pres-r:-Moy>��  wiil  -oouhave'a   water   pressure,  for  The Man With  A Millstone  About His  The mi.ktfrne .<: Ir^l-of  Social trr.tr.riz. I: ���'��'F3  one man d^wn to hird ^ort  and small wasje-; w;...a  other*, proper'.y trained. &���>  ahead. Bur every rr.aa Ar..^.  ���woman who is , l.il��~"?  under such a burden czr.  easily rise to a better position and increased earn;n��  9  and  can  find out how  .or  . the asking-.-  1     To find out bow,, simply  ���y"writ��- the LC. S.,  stating:;  the   position   you   wish   .o  srain.    In return, an :,nst:ru:  ��� ��� tion  with 17 years of. successful experience ;n trainr.  . Cinij thousands oi others tor  advancement will tei't yon  how it can fit YOU xor a  better-payintr position. M  risk to nm. No books .<">  buy. 'Isn't sufh a cnance  for advancement worth >'r.s  much layout  INTERNATIONAL  CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS '  , Bin*; 799, Scranton, Pa.  The Mineral City  For Jnforinaiion ?���ie  I ���  17 cents a Day Buvs an  F|l  ��� Fl  cr:  3"s  Real," Estate'���  Fire, insurance'  Collections  fire protection purpose.-,  ot .mr>rr .  than 100'   pounds'   to   the  <q��ar��y  inch,    pe citiwjns   of   that en-  torpriising    town  are  rai-:tni,', M -o^^-A^       H>miP   "R   Hi      ���  PriUre-ttbBcriptioDiaf.indto;r-.J-  w. BENNETT' P O. Box 93,   ieime^.o,    p,T L  fi&y the expense of   nrxh-i"      '  ���M.'litins?  equitrtT-'nt.       '     f - ���'  '���-��� ������:���.>"��������� ' .'���''��� !' ���  Price   $125.00      :    \  Small payment down and easy installments for balance.   See '  ���M<W if.  Dhrtr-A 14  The Air Aristocratic  ii \k*vt s-cn^g tt-cvl ?.rc keen toe,  Cf Carreer iirc�� rclps a lot to ��cluc>e.  Cf \\"c3 nvaiic clothe are k4J  even--^  C H F// StuIcJ doibss arc a* rai-e a^  ^"KSte Biadbirdiv.   ,  ^ We state even-thing on -.-.;  . Style    ; '   >;  Distinction'  Good Form  that's ���%vhat mates Mail Attire Clothes.  supreme in favor of the young men. /  q T^orcd to ardct jromjS 1 2 to ?30.  Q, Money hack for any reason. ^  Oa sale by  IW. FITCH  ySllI  S��SSpf!  .;:C^1  ',:���;*-���'  ^il  H  ^m  y^my  y^SM THE LEADtitt, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  !     P. J. DOWNER  Builder !&  Contractor  c s. kinradT  Estimates given.  B. O,  Pal"teP.   p  >WW3^��-TOd9d^^j0aIg.iry    the   two   will   propel  |h       LOCAL ASSAYS- ||��M,.thea0tI1'Ioc?te   Some 'Jand   on  Miners' Union meeting tonight  v,    xUi:n.Lo   some   Jj  ��d��d��ddd^|-    ,lr S��"th Africfl" script  P. J.   McMahon,  former owner  ' '       ', i t ,'  Coats Skirts, Furs  Han  0 e r and  Per  ���Mrs. Ed. Berglan-d.and Miss As  slestine lefc^Tuesday for Toronto.  of the Hotel Kootenay and one of  the first men to invest money, in  the town,,was here this,week'- for  h'.^t* Jfe 'i'.-'F ' ' -, u "7,"3" "���"V"' ������, V���� <-��vvn,,was here this.week'- for  iV^X'llfc'S '*"��� .��^U,.laWkeW^ m Cranbrook a day. Mr. McMahon may deride  I �� ' * V,    JEl, I '< ���      ��� ^ edUe3day:   * ' ���  ' ���J lo lo^ somewhere  in the dis  I). J. Elmer was.in town Tu'os-ltnct  -cm.  fesaaassiaj  AND    .  G-E\ millinery;  Excursion Rates  MOYIE  .  TQ'   F     '  "    ,  Seattle  $25.00  ^^--  B.C.'  MOYIE BOAtTSJ  Boflts >' in* ,jy'  '    lho.*"our, ,I)aV| J  '   ��� M;oek.��t'reaSOnab{l  ',     Pnccs.  or  day.  I-  Mrs,' (Dv.yUiwina,  of   Ilosmer, I,''   At   til S   Churchy  was in town'Wednesday. I    ' "V   W<WtJJcS.  '"   W.'I. Lnedsleffc  yesterday ,for  tho Coeur'd'AIenes. (  c\Tnor.ru   church'' '  'i f\ m  Morley's new building ig readv I    ThePe  Wi"  be ' no   service'  to  ���������������    <���    .1 '   *�� ^ | morrow. ���  ,   FATHER n. BECK,  '/,'���        ~  ��� .(Priest'.)' *  *��   i  IK',   i  ��      J "     '.  a.!�� . *:  ", if ,.'  5    ii'  .    CJir/nC7r Oi*  ESTGLAXD  ��      '''  Service will .be held tomorrow  morning \u Morley hall, at' 10  o clock. ,    ���-  ,. tf  ����v  il  !*"-  to occujiy.  ��   ��en Erans will'ra'ffle'his launch,  ,   -the "Georgia D."  .Mailt'Oftdsh'irts, can  be. had'at  Roberts cc Messinger's,     ���>  ���   ,Mi3S   E-rickaon   returned   from  .Spokane on  Wednesday's fiver!    .  ''<  K:^-'Oxley returned from  tlie  coast on yesterday's flyer.  Fl\ R'Jolnistoh was  transacting  business iu Cranbrook. MohYlav       i ���  1 Chief cobble S.,m���,0��� ,v;: ,���    - ,,���;, MBTI,0'",aT, ���CRC"��        '.  .to,-,,WeanWCay i^ZZ: Su^T^F^"    " ' ��'��>��*���  , ' a     j.i ,  ��� ' U     Jic'      u "7, do.,we    wait9"  '   Another car-load of ttobin J-rQod S����day ,school - and Bible    Cla��  flour arrivedCfor J. W. .Fitch .this ? P- *>���    Evening' service,   7-30 "p  ���week. .'. .   .        , m.    Subiecr *��wu<. '-^-p.  LADIES' FALL SUITS.  ( IfyoinTOntasmartsuitor .winter coat it  (.will pay you to inspect "our stock   before  <\ purchasing elsewhere,   ^ Tiie , styles! and  values are undoubtedly/far  superior "to".,  anything we have 'ever.'shown. ' "' '  ��� ���  At $19.50 we can ^ixe you a sfrict,y, taj|or_;  made suit neatly trimmed -jvitli  silk' buttons   and   soutache; braid; -colors:  Light  and dark,K'avy Blue," "   "      ���' .'  ; At $25.00 we .are showing   very, ' nattV  njTLiP C. HAY.MAN,      .   ,   _ .,   ,, -��� 0,    i,  ,     * * -J      ��� -(Vicar.)! suits.  -'Colors Navy and Brown  NEW PURS JUST  OPENEt>   UP  , 'Our Variety comprises'/     ' '   ���   '  Isabel! Fox, ',-  Natural YYoIf,        ^  American Opposom/        ,  '.  .    Marmot^Sabie,',    '  .. . ' -Muskrat, etc,'etc. ���' ^   ���  ���   * Prices range/i^om $Go.OO "upwards,,;;  t  Sinc,e our stock was bought' the  prices'have'gone up 20 to' 30 per  cent so you can depend on getting-  tne best value, possible  ���  Corresponqing rales from  other points  Tickets on sale'daily, Alay 29th  i0 Oct.   Utlu ', ,    ".  canoess Peterborough ']  a^d Skiffs ���  ' ." ��� '. ,.'   !i '.��  GE0-R0UTH,Mft'  1 STOl* AT THE  i  .  ��� r ' ,-       ,       i "���* i��fi  Kniil return Umit 15 d ays ,b ub     rftCMAnnr^i  k-   ;,��ot later",th,n Oct 3Ist.,/     tOSMOPOtlTAN  Liberal;- Stopovers ^Allowed.  j >��r complete Iwformation"apply  I*        "   ,*<> Agents/or .write,    ,"   '  J        vUll �� i   1.!.     I r    .  l>4    III.        I    .      >'.   F ���  i ��    /',1*     ,���  i^ "���   '  ���>��--���*  *.?�� * - r *  LI   k *    '  I" i *       i  �� i.   ���  laS-"'- ' *  *'-"��i  r^;:' '���  ^fS*��"        *  'F jW.- 13. Laing, the barber, Las  rented the place next the Leader  .office.    '*' ���    '    ��� j , ,   '  ';   Several ^ new  seats, have./been.  ���I t !,.>*.    ��� Put in bofch 'room? at tJie Movie  'T. r ;A-    '^'o.;.',.."   .o��    '''���  "r      '        ��� ���  'i�� !  of'the Jews?"  Rev. J.. W..AlILLER ���' B.' A.  '   ' (Pastor.)  rRESBYTEUl v\   oiiuncii  "Tilr  .rs.  Sallstrom  has moved her hV, '   �� P" m' ''* ^daT School"  at  , Sundry to the north  half of the   ,"    *,P" ^    ReV- C*   R  K^  will  barrel! block.     ...      �� ���      -       . / b�� Olie  preacher.   =A1I  are cordi  '  Prnnt-n   '                            '   "       'a11^ invifcod to attend '  _  -frank Ransome was down pick-1 ���   acceua.  jus-applesonhis farm   near  Val-f    '  ��/ ~\ '  ieyford, Wash.,'this ,-eek. /^J    SOOfl    Ffeftf  Miss  Alice   Ferris  is    over' at,        .  . *___ SIU'  K averley,  Wash., visiting    with I    James     r'    Tnfr'^~    -   '  Wr sister, Mrs. Sherman IpartZt 6S   "   uow   J��'  R'l p���u     , if  l3,maklD^ a^a"gements to re-  R-J. Colter has soldthe launch   '"P to America 'and  ifc  wilI  nofc  ^Z..^^  - -'Be lt6 *��,���y Jong before he  and  jS  , Our stock of suit's at  836.00,;' $27.00,    $2800      "<  ��30.0.0,.b 833.00,'   Iss.Oa  .are'sccond;/lo .lone'for'find, materials'  and styles."  Eye  ���  ^Shipment of Ladies'  Blouses  just received.6' Tailored silk waists in   all  the iw colors,    bustard. Reseda 'Green;'  ���Tim,, Brown, Navy'and Grovat   �� ' ' <  ;'  ,,$7.50'and $8,75 eacli. ���    '  /'ORAUBROOxd  gmenting  <- .    ,,-y ^3  ;-j.kpr00T0X^..   'aoodW^-^^^  D-r. A., Calprary/ ���'   and flrst.dass sanH,ieroon:<   ^_;~- J' '���/ r' <'��� -  Fruit, OoaTrectionei^ Smokers^TTj  ruli:LIne   of .Stationery   a'nd Fresh  .' Fi^ui.t in Season.   '*   ,       ��� ���������;  ���/'��� " !.'\.:, * Special    ":"  A piaiHond ' Point Fountain^ ?on :i���d'-��. ^100o' Aedfei  insurance Policy all'fdr J;2;:50'     ,4'.-.   -'���  <��� a  tH  Aril-     rn ' "   nuQa  Mike Torpy and Win. Sullivan  Claude _ Cobb  is  back from  his  Ypu can't do better.than visiting  Store of Fashion.  *   .Postofflce  BbjX\  T , . �� -���"io ue  ana- Jacl  Jounsqn sign up to fight.    The ne-  g'-omaydoklofc  of  tHk-inJ  to the effect that Jeffries i~Ji  nc i,. ,, cuues 1= atraid  W       1    V-r   .  V   i  . > .  .   ..  t/  trip to Missouri.    Mr,.   Cobb  win '' ���nr" ^ tbat J^iea fa  -rnve a" week or two later. 11^1."1'"3 he h��  ��^e  supp0r.  TI^s. McParlane intends leaving two ^t��^n^' ?h~ the  ^Rudd farm south of ,Moyie 'Jeff sends a ^[7 "^  and wilL move   to   Albert* .,, '.  sm,.!,. ,^.\,   &W' ^e��-direeted  ��i>  7't  4  ���-    \)     .     I  and mlL move   to   Alberta   next  ^ P. X McMahon  is  visits  MOYIE.  J'.' o: box sio  nio.vK  -=.,s into ��,.  .^���'SS  r-oi.,.���.   ' i;S*'r^r^-��y  ���-1��� j iJim  ior   more  Reid Block  m^m  East Kootenay Bottling Co. f  Cranbrook," B..C.' '  .- - i.  itiC',?!', I>a',S ,1M nccePt'��l o j)os-i,h,nf -  -  ������"  .or  more  Bulko Skipped.  cranbrook; b c.  Miscellaneous  Bf-iOv.   ��� ,        uiJC1'* nouse  at^erme.and left  for  that  p.  3 ssterdaj-. J  ;^�� McDongall, ^th the  Tm  t A!"'li<:"li-' for Wa���.r   RIj,llt|  Notice   is   heroic-    , ���  ��ereu>    glven   thafc  i  i *  serial  Bank her*   1,. 7   T'    ,    ��t,co   is   hereby    Kiven   h   ,  f.-��. v i ffc yesterday   thirty    rl-w-     r fe      n   thafc  f^NelBon to remain.    11.   p.  Cox*''that   T     t? d Uc  thoroof  of Cranbrook has take, bis  p,ace ' (it^.   and   Arthur  Mr.. Jolin��on,  tho   li,������,i    cunal.i,,., ...:    ��� " K*   1j"   ��-   ��e-1  j Fernie LedReri-Jiulko, the scab! /f, fnrnialied r����m -to' let,  has shown the white, feather as I pi ^ ^ tW��' App1y fco AIr9-  all scabs and cowards do. After! Cll*mberlai". Campbell street,  trying to organize the new Can-1 See Robe,'t3 ��fe Atessinger's win-  adian union and having checked ! ^?W,dipplay of K^nce Brand  off S3 a head from the la.t pay of I Cloth,n?-  ^���-McK..lvieh,,(,ia i-^on creek/   ^i,^'^ ^  tinrl ���B....1;...   ..       ���"���"���f.'Tl   hi<  bio     ., IJ1��t   of   diver  ' J/.",    ? UPpCr ftnd  cjf  Lot 6FFS  ' i',)miinnn!����� !      J he nronnuof-i  . . '  ! sawl to have skipped to parts  un- i     Pn7,    ,.  I known, and   may   the Lord   have        , fsAI-,i���Tlireo  milk  cows  anci calf. a number  of chicken*  mhfvt  I  '��PlvH I*' '  flff rfT^ti . "i  I'kvf^ J,  :5% f  J-l��d w,l] ,onti���te to nm ,J   "^ afore mentioned ltJJ x0 0]or   ^      Most o.  " I'.imTapnriniy      npvt     ��� |   /J ,iG Pi'opospd works  ���,,"',' J'Hntverc  '���veiling w,M,> ln.,X Vor,,,;7l ^ , etches and   n��Inos.   \^ ��n tlar^ , found out  |f>   0.   I,.,   wil    bpJ0^e��-    V:  ["   -'"-Lffeotod   by.t)^J^FTheywer  I'elock, iri?tead0f a"?"     Ut '��^��**.    This .pj^^f [^ lies" a  pity on liis poor mea=ly soul.  ^ This puts an   end   to   tlie   won-  dorful    Canadian   union   that  he  was forming of Slavs and Italian*  I Win. Jewell  Express and General Delivery Busi-  ^ess. Livery and  Feed Stable.  WOOD   AND    COAL!  For, Sale  >evcrage.sF    "We spare no expense   to have  0l*Ir goods tho best on tho market.        "  There are  others,  But!.!  ���  join   tvere sorry  ay   SOon   as   they  ^ ^o proposed work^  are  d-im-    ''"'"   ,ver�� sori'y  ay   soon   as   they  persons ' IT"* ��"fc the tn,e state of af��.iird.  e taken iu by John   Bul-  ahd deceitful practices.  ^wynno'B .Store.  ����� ^*. Barrett, srilicitoi* of  t;n.,  : Irj09, -b'-forf, -f,      "���-���'���*" ^ucooer, j f-  ;ook, wilFdiscontinuo his WklJ i^er at C a,        "^^   C��'ami-   ho   i   l K - -      -"    "^ 1 -"' ��l|.  ���*!*    Mention    of ^^tt^"^! ��� ?AT1J��^- ^AUTlfUn '^   ���"*   ^r 'P^����-   ^vo lJ'bmyHl  district. ]bi.. u- J'l��-I'-SnEY   ��� ������'  ��� a  ., '������'������ ��� ' -!   ated at "oyics JJ r" c,  ��� Aidiw Mueller, one of the new !"'3Lh'' ]DOr'- '���   ���    eptfc,ubei'  Also six-roomed house for sale  or  to rent.    Apply J. Walters  .. p   ^ -- ���������������   ~T,WO    ,WW    ^W'og    machines, * ,,yie'  -Most of tho nafcmbcrs   who  did   Wlth   teu   year   guarantee   from  -   .,        mam-factures, for sale at Pitch's.  FOU   SALTS-Oompleto   barber, T?in     U/, *   '  outfat at .Ilosmer.    Two hydraulic! l flC      n&lYQ  chairs, large.mirrors .marble wash  Uti^h Oo.uln}rJ  fo-dr ��.S.y,rr;tei.ti.r t2^' 0Mt ^ km����� Par/or  1 lwnn  iWnft������'��   '...��� ".   V ��� "I ^I'-^l'tor $250,.     Apply   to:|" '""!.  come ti-ue.  Stock QfUotations.  P-PneF>rs of the Moyie .Bl.e^ !  ^tn.rnod      last      Monday  ���^pokanp.    Jfe bl.oiight  with him.  Will   Enlarge   Hotel.  ���Harretb  &  B.rbou,'  ���lnyfid   fco  a very good   audience J  /; from ^..rsorrHKKv;,;;^, :;!'���'':���-.  J.^Tnii'-rt ~^���~ |^"'ror;w,  i   famiJ-v !   T" ���*'*-��� "'i.-o n,,,,, ,'   y '���-,v*' kootji-v. y      r,,. ^ t,       .... ,     ��� i| l-",,s"1"'"<<-'i" Smoitor.-,-  ^   oi m���vi,.. ��� r:    */',!,,!'-rl ���"".-io., i;.'J;no'J     ihel.toyal   Alexandra . liotel  atK,'����-*i��i*inci.iH      -���  ���   ��� ":���'>��� '���"��� I���,',,,,,!(;''';;'' ";i"-o nm,,,,, to \ Winnipeg    will    be  made  a   ten   ^,-n"--"'k ^ H'U:k  M   to!1'^;;;;:^-;;';;   ""<l��� ���   storey building inia,o/.acWfn-    ^^^  AiorleyFH-rorp,.,clll,;iwn7,:fC>F'-��'''^ .... N. B. COr. I to the plans which   are   now   said M^^& t      i  -'-'i^ Im:;!:;'^;;';:;';---"';;:^,?;- be under consideration  by   tllB ^^^  "  *"'.>-..*.-lsii,--iFiiy   ilK.M'.KA   ICr.'WKM',.,  ���liiii  f~i.lK)  A.iltffl ]  !';!.i,fi  '"' 1 V.  1.1(1.  '/',::  Sh^: r^l ^"���'"���ri'��?.,s;,!".^,,:^:,t: �����" :::i,;,.^;,f::;^^;''t,'!'1r"r'>��'-''��''�� -^ �����' :'^RKtT-  ���n,n,i,���� y     V��   Pfr0P5e;>'. w.w. I, ���),..,������,-.. '"."ni. >ui(. .^^ ; Canadian    Pacific.      The   ���",.oapnt ���-,,,���, _r . .  the show was not had. .     !"l ��.���-���,., o:,,   -���;,:;.;.':;- "--'f s. E. .^ | building,   competed  th J  y"'|?'''^ I;,HK ~" K^   ^''v'-", :;.     cI.h  '^..W   loft   S.mday  for   CaFl"''^ Pro-^ -  ulroad/ 't,"   ^ ^ N*  f   "       ^M--.   .'��    c:t���  v'lry,     wlice     he    ,v-ilf    :   ���       V    I ''<'Ma"��z ���";<>���.*, !a���r,.,���. "'"'y^-mcu uia: ; small to accomniodato  tlu*   f,-nCiy. '-^^'N  -Lead   XI.!,     2, f;,j.  . NOW "OPEN.-/  Drov/ry FBUiiain^'"  Or, II. E   ,fAf L  |'n,c'^t-CroWM  mifj   /Jr.  Worker.     .. "I  The Society Girl Mining  Company   Limited.  (No.v   Pkrso.vai. Liaijii.iiv)  REGISTERED     OFFICE    MOYIE.  f    Organized under tho laws of British  Cohuiihia. "<  AUTHORIZED    CAPITAL    Sl.OOO.OOOf  /'i.vidcd' in Lo .1,000,000 shares of thenar -va-hio of &M ^  i'!ully   paid and rion assessable, 60,000 shares remain  in   tho ti'easnry,..  f,M  !- 5*js  F C FARRELLV PivEs.dbnt  BOARD OF   DIRECTORS.  D. A.   AYRES,   VicE-.PnEsiOENT  C     PHILIP CONRAD.  MILTON   MOSEIT  Ztiflirrd.-cjjn also of Uoyii  {'' ddi  ; I'nt  ^'���''--f.M.,';,i,M;:",,""i   iu!,��":'����''r(-y !:i���r(. (ir"]"n'-"��^'mi..u u-,;,:  ,M.'".:,,%1:J��'"^-r.K.v.vux,  -.ei     -, - -       ��� ���v....:a,iy     tf  a :.small to accommodate the   traffic  j the structure   being  crowded  for j  ���About nine months iu the yer.r.  w>^  ��hmnbzrlahi s )z\,  ����.-vc: /ail:,     liuy'itf.o  >*-���     II  li.;.  i.iifl  "F  III".  "      W.-.I.J J';,/)(,,  i  i-Arni-iirr,,!'^ Ave ,  -i"./F,  ^'��Hf)f o ,(,  SALE   OF .STOCK  '""������I'Hny haspliicedorrtho-nittrkef for  a  limited time I  100,000-.HlwiruH of treasury stock, the same to be .  Hold at Liventy-flvo-cents per  share  Address jipplicaiions  for slock to Secrcfary.

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