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 -ua^  7~'  Fob  All* ithe Latest  in  JEWELRY See  W, H, WILSON.  JEWELER CRANBROOK  Wi- Make a Specfat-ty op  Correcting Eye Defects.   WILSON,  OPTICIAN  CRANBROOK  VOL.12 NO, 24.  MOYIE, B. C  SEPT, J3, 1909.  ��  m  The only shoe that will keep the water out  The only shoe that will give satisfaction  The only shoe for the mine or mill  Those who are not  wearing- it are looking for it and the only place  you can find it is at R. CAMPBEIvVS  e  FOB QUALITY.  Club Special Cigars.  We have just received another case of this well known  brand of cigars and will offer them for sale while they last  safe the following prices: 1,000 lots $65.00; boxes of 25,  $1.75; smaller lots 10, 3 for 25 cts.  GWYNNE'S HAZELWOOD P4RL0R.  Furnished House  FOE   SALE.  Only $600.  Terms $75..cash.'-    $25 per month  BEALE & ELWELL,   Cranbrook,   B. C  raaasaR&asE&ii:  SEK3QS2KSE  STATIONERY WEEK  Don't overlook the  snaps we have this Aveek  in Tablets, Envelopes,  Papeteries and Writing  Paper. Also. Post Cards  at 1 cent each. ��� ��� -  The Moyie Drug & Stat=  ionery Co.  Robin Hood Flour  Ask your neighbor how she likes ROBIN HOOD FLOUR.  When you have once tried it you will not want any  j^^.._J^^^^^\Xs^^y.^^ML  "  J. W. FITCH'S  COME AND SEb US  REGARDING PRICES  id MOYIE'S   LEADING   HOTEL. ! ��  Hotel Kootenay f  Cup Comes Back.  The Moyie football team played  Cranbrook last Wednesday in a  cup final for the Kerrigan cup,  The game was called for 6 p. m,  There was a good attendance of  spectators, noticeable being  the  visitors    from    Moyie.     Moyie  started the play with a bold dash  up field.   After a little exchanging on both sides, Kemp put in a  splendid shot, beating the Cranbrook goal tender by scoring the  the only goal.   The   game   was  fast and furious, but Moyie had  the best of it   all   along.    The  Cranbrook goal keeper saved some  splendid shots.   The Moyie boys  returned  to   their   home   town  bringing with them the Kerrigan  cup for the second year in succession.    After   the   game    the  jovial hosts of' the   Royal   and  Wentworth hotels filled the cup  with champagne, and the success  of both teams was    drunk   to,  This is the lineup of the Moyie  team:    Goal, F. Perkins;   backs,  Gill and Turnbull; halfbacks. Potter, M. Marshall and Wilson; forwards, li. Marshall, Kemp,   Mc-  NicoJ, Hillary and Weaver; lineman, P. Atkinson; referee, R. Agnew; manager, Herb. Jackson.  ������������S���e��i��93d99��&*d33S339&���  LOCAL ASSAYS  Road Across Province  One continuous line of excellent  roadway from Vancouver, clean  through East Kootenay and over  the Rockies by the Crow's Nest  Pass, will be an actual fact before long, says the Victoria Post.  Hon. Thomas Taylor, minister of  public works, who returned from  an extensive tour of the interior  by way of Seattle the other morning, announced that he- was confident, after-investigation, and - as-  a result of'the"reports he received  from survey parties that have  been at work for some months,  that the project, seemingly colossal, can be easily accomplished.  Already he has taken the initial  steps towards the end and he ex  pected that the government  would be able to declare the Pacific coast in direct communication with the middle west by  wagon road in the not distant  future.  w  The best of accommodations  for the Traveling Public.  Large and Commodious Sample Booms.  Billiard Rooms.  jgj McTAVlSH & CAMERON Proprietors.  Anyone who has used Stantield's Unshrinkable Underwear  will ask for it again: reason?, that it is softer and more  elastic than any other woollen garment and will wear  longer. Heavy weights in gray for miners. Now is the  tsrnae to get your size. We carry the Geo. A. Slater In-  Tsrictus shoes and 20 entury Clothing.  When the work now under way  on tho dam of the  Moyie Water  Co. on Campbell creek is completed,   Moyie's    water system will  have oyer   100 pounds   pressure.  The cast iron gate is set in concrete,   and   a   concrete  wall  six  feet higher than the old dam will  be built.    The dam will consequently hold about six feet more  of water and the pressure will be  increased 15 or   20 pounds.   This  will give Moyie one of the very  best water systems in the Kootenays.  Looking After Townsite.  Mlners' Union meeting tonight.  Geo. Lucas, Jr., arrived from the  east Sunday.  The payday at the Aurora mine  was on the loth.  Prof. Cooper, the blind phrenologist, left yesterday lor Fernie.  Robt. McAllister and family  have moved .to Taber, Alberta.  D. J. Elmer came up from Cranbrook Sunday to see the ball game.  Mrs. Dignan returned from her  visit to Silverton last Saturday.  The wind storm Thursday night  was the worst witnessed here in  years.  O. J. Johnson is home from his  trip to the Flathead country in  Montana.       - ��� ���  K. F. Oxley, clerk in R. Campbell's store, is away to the coast  on a holiday.  A son was born in Creston on  the 11th to Mr. and Mrs. J. J.  Attherton.  Alex. Chisholm, customs collector at Kingsgate, was in town  Monday.  A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.  Ben Brosseau on Thursday, September l(Jth.  Harold Chapman and Thos.  Elsmore are home from their hunting trip in the Slocan.  H. W. Sharp, of the firm of  Sharp cfc Irvine Co., Spokane, was  in town during the week.  Wm. Reese, master mechanic  at the St. Eugene, is taking a lay-  ��2 A YEAR  Lost Both Games.  Moyie's ball . team   played in  rather hard luck in Cranbrook on  the 14th and 15th.   The first day's  game was in Cranbrook's favor 3  to 1, and the second day's game  5 to 4.    But it was nothing to  Cranbrook's credit that she won,  for she was all loaded and primed  for the battle that was to come.  Cranbrook knew she had the crack  team of the Kootenays to beat,  and beat it she must, even if it  did cost them money to so.   Some  of the best players in the Western Canada league and other outsiders were sent  for.    Even the  umpire was imported from somewhere up north, where he probably had more to do with Eskimos than with white men.    But  even with a team mad6 up largely  of professionals, Moyie held the  scores so   close  that   Cranbrook  has nothing to boast of.  However, the Moyie boys are  not kicking. They usually -win,  and when they happen to lose a  game they don't holler their heads  off. They will tell you that  Eanie Small, the Cranbrook manager, is one of the best sports  they ever met, and that it really  pleased them to go up against a  team that tested their metal.  The Moyie team has had almost a record breaking season.  Out of the 16 games played so far  it has lost but three. Of the 16  games Ray Crissler pitched all  but two, and Harold Grady was  the catcher for all of them. The  other     players     were     equally  ^  ���*S"5?^;  m  MacEachern & Macdonaid   $  to  to  to  We sell the celebrated  m  P  w.  ENGLISH YARNS'  HEWSON  SWEATER  COATS  Style, Comfort and Quality  at moderate price  MacEachern & Macdonaid.  to  to  to  to  to  The Miner's Inch.     * e^, l^, Med.  off and has gone to the coast,  Don't forget to order some of a disagreement amongst them,  that home made jam.from Crowe The Moyie team will play  Bros. A Co.  Master Philip Conrad has gone' in a tournament that has been ar-  to  Missoula,    Mont.,  to   take- arranged for,  the   Moyie,   Nelson,  The miner's inch is a very indefinite quantity and varies greatly in different countries. According to Merriman the miner's  inch may be roughly defined as  the quantity of water which will  flow from a verticle standard  or-  fice one inch sq., when the head  steady, and there has never been ��a the centre of the orfice is 8J-  inches.   This amount of water is  at approximately 1.53 cubic feet per  Nelson on the 22nd, 23rd and 21th .minute, ;In diflerent. counties in  California it varies from  1.20 to  Rossland and Phoenix nines.  course in the Garden^.,City  business college.  The firo brigade* gave- another  ^ITZ^^Z^IZ Cranbrook's Fall Fair.  Profs. Chapman and Evans.  The Epworth League of the  Methodist church will meet on  Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.  The subject will be,, '.'The French  in Canada."  to 1.70 cubic feet per minute. In  Colorado the miner's inch is equivalent tol:5cubfeTfeofc-per. minute. In. British Columbia ifc is j  equal to 1.6S cubic feet per minute,  Prof. Corrison, bandmaster of  Cranbrook, may arrange to come  to Moyie one day each week and  give lessons on striag  and  band  instruments.  arrived home  THE   FURNISHER,  1    Imperial Bank of Canada,    f  | Capital Authorized-���- -���$10,000,000. ��  | Capital Paid Up��� 5,000,000  f Reserve  Fund 5.000.000  BA.RNCHES  IN BRIT'SIt COLUMBIA,  Cranbreok.   Arrowhead, Goldcu. Kamloops, Michel,  New Michel, Ferule.  Nelson, Revelstoke, Victoria, Vancouver  Savings Bank Department.  Interest allowed on deposits from date of deposit. %  Drafts and Money Orders sold available in any |  I part of the World |  MOYIE BRANCH.      J.F..M, PINKHAM, Manager. |  Dr. J. F. Reddy, ex-chief of  police of Spokane and ex-mayor  of Medford, Oregon, was here  this week to have a look at the  Moyie townsite, in which he is interested with J. D. Farrell of  Seattle and Glen. Campbell of  Fernie. Mr. Reddy also went to  Cranbrook and met J. A. Harvey,  who represents all three persons.  For some time the lots in Moyie  have been off the market, on account of a difficulty between the  parties concerned. However,  everything is now amicably arranged, and those who bought  lots will soon have their conveyances.  Spokane Fair Rates.  The round trip rate from Moyie  to Spokane for the Interstate  Fair is $5.95.   Tickets are on sale  W.B.-S. Gilbert  Monday from Seattle, where he  was attending the fair. Mrs. Gilbert will not return for another  week or more,        J  The water in (the lake has  about reached its/ lowest point,  and its is with /difficulty that  some of the larger loats get  through the narrows.  Louis Collin was in Cranbrook  Tuesday taking his examination  for stationery engineer. He was  successful in passing and was  awarded fourth class papers.  J. A. Harvey was up from the  coast this week attending the session of the forestry commission  during their sessions at Nelson,  Cranbrook and Fernie. He left  for his home in Vancouver on  yesterday's train.  Crowe Bros, can fill all your orders for preserving fruits and  pickling vegetables.  Harry Steuart spent a few  hours in Moyie last Monday and  got around to meet most of his  many old friends. Mr. Steuart  has a farm near Holbrook, Oregon,  and from his appearance rural  life thoroughly agrees with him.  August Mueller, for several  months manager of the Moyie  brewery, left Thursday for his  home in Regina. August is a  bright and energetic young man,  and has the happy faculty of  making friends wherever he goes.  Good weather favored the two  days of Cranbrook's Fair and  Race Meet, and the attendance  was probably as large as was expected. Cranbrook has the only  racetrack m East Kootenay, and  very suitable grounds for holding  a fair. The city also has good  hotel accommodations and visitors can be well provided for. The  display of^fruits=and^vegetables  were not large, but whatever was  lacking in quantity was fully  made up in quaility. The apples  and other fruits and vegetables  from Creston were particular}'  good, and that town deserves  credit for having the largest and  best exhibit on the grounds.  Even Curzon was there with a  creditable exhibit, and the people  were surprised to see what can be  grown in the Moyie valley.  The horseracing was interesting  and many were afforded the  opportunity of witnessing a Marathon race for the first time. It  was a five mile race by three  white men and three Indians,  Two of the Indians dropped out  and the third one was last at the  finish. A man named Crookes,  employed at the King Lumber  Co., was the winner, and Archie  Elwell was a close second.  Ready to Ship.  A carload ot ore has been  brought across the lake from the  i Aurora mine. This ore will be  today and will be on sale until j shipped to the smelter at Trail as  the 28th. The fair runs from the! soon as the railway company can  20th till the 25th. funrisha car.  Buried in Spokane.  Harry Steuart came up from  Holbrook, Oregon, the beginning  of the week and made arrangements at Cranbrook for the taking of the body of his brother,  Bert Steuart, down to Spokane  for burial. The deceased was 28  years of age, and had been ailing  only for about a week. An ab-  cess on the brain was the cause of  his death. His mother lives at  Whitebird, Idaho, who with his  brother, Harry, are the only relatives he leaves in this country.  Tbe news of his death last Saturday morning came as a shock  to his host of friends in Moyie.  Many were not even aware that  he was in the hospital at Cranbrook.  Sunday's Ball Game.  Moyie and Cranbrook played  only five innings at Aldridge park  last Sunday. The boys got a late  start, and it was necessary to cut  the game short so that the Cranbrook boys could go home on the  flyer. The score was 8 to 7 in  favor of Moyie. Wormington  pitched the first half for Moyie  andTOrissIerrthe"last_half.���Grady  was catcher. This made the  sixth straight game won by the  Moyie team within a month,  Will Attend  College.  R E. Collis, former pastor of  the Moyie Methodist church, but  for some months over at Vernon,  is leaving there on the 25fch of  this month for Toronto, where he  will attend Victoria college.  Fire Brigade Practice.  It has been decided to have a  practice of tho Fire Brigade every  Friday evening. All members  are urgently requested to turn  out.  Open  Grouse Season.  Grouse of all kinds (except  prairie chicken) can be shot from  September 10 to December 31st,  both days inclusive.-B. C. Gazette,  Sept. 2.  John R. Early, the leper, so-  called, has been struck from the  rolls of the pension office at Washington, D. C, as he has been  found to be entirely free from  any disease, having recovered  from the skin eruption which was  declared by eminent physicians  to be leprosy. ��� Early, at 'the  time his name was dropped'.from  the rolls was ' receiving: $72 a  month on : account'of total' disability. He was recently examined by a medical board in  New York. They/found- no. skin  Prnptian^^^aj^imy^-:^,.^^  Westward Ho!  Not for many months has Westward Hoi been so well illustrated,  entertaining   and instructive   as  the September issue, with its cap-;  ital    two    colour  cover  design.  Opening with one on Bonnycastle  Dales ever welcome nature studies  and containing eight remarkably  strong fiction pieces,   that   show  careful selection, the balance of  the contents  consist   of  instruc-  ti vear ticl ~es. ~    ~~  Will Be Busy Night.  The Moyie Odd Fellows are  planning a busy evening for next  Tuesday, their regular meeting  night. The married men of the  lodge are providing a spread,  which will bo taken advauage of  after the degree work is conferred. There is a candidate for  the initiatory degree. All Odd  Fellows who happen to be in town  are cordially invited to be there.  Growing Slowly.  Following is the standing of the  finances of the Moyie Fire brigade:  Acknowledged, $177.15.  $3���Richard Mackiu, . Win.  Chamberlain.  $2���Wm. Wells, Jas. Roberts,  W. M. Powell.  $1���Mrs. Loraer, Fred Weaver,  11. K. Wallace.  Total on hand, $492.45.  THE DAY LIGHT STORE.  We mean to make this the safest store for you '  to buy at every day in the year  Our Fall Goods In  Reliance Brand Clothing,  Fancy Dress Shirts,  Boots     and  Are excellent values and are being sold  that mean business.  Heavy Twill Shirts,  Heavy Wool Unuerwear,  Shoes,  at  prices  ROBERTS & MESSINGER  eB&smfslWXlsW^  S ,��� fli;  Ql  \(h~..  m:  3��  tn  ,n  -?  hi  l-  KO.tXOT��wi*��msJ!aM"rsTifiM^  gUd-fflBlfOTCWttlflm  r"'    .THE LEADER, MOYIE, B.RITISi-1 CQIJUMBlK.  I..,���....... m���.ia.>ji^ianraaigin jr.-iui. T^U'jw.ii'icaaiasB  ��v.,��u..mm^im  32E  !:'11M0!IBLEMM.  ���ii ���-  [iP-lb].     'Published in theinleresi of the people  i io.  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  p. J. SMYTH. Publisher.  !���-���   X  J-LL.-'-1'       '*     ; ���������V-;fi-:.   -  RATF.    OF    SUr.SCUII'TIOS)  One Year  ��0.00  SATURDAY, SEPT., 18, 1009.  The ���forestry " commis'sioa    is  doing good work.  Paradoxical as it may  seem, to  rise in the  'keep' '���a'fg'girig'."  world  i  we've" got  to  Nelson is famous. " Famous for  the jam and the cigars manufactured in that city. *'  payment at the bank a check  for  $100.   Now, tie' cashier like all  b inkers, was very sparing in pay  ing out his supply of currency.  'He told him he could pay'him $25  in cash and a draft for ' the   rest-  He explained the situation to him  fully 'and added   that   the   draft  would answer'all the  purposes of  cash 'and would be just   as   good.  WJieu asked if he understood he  said, "I think so.   It was just like  this way, Me and mine  wife and,  my little b'aby we go' to ' bed one  night and after we been  to steep  awhile the little' baby wakes  up  and begin   to   cry.     Then   mine  wife she gets up from tlie bed out  and goes to the cupboard  to  get  some milk for him, but  when  she  finds that  the milk ' pitclier was  empty'she yns gives him a milk  ticket which was yhust' as good  already yet, yah."  A Successful Record.  When You  11  Now we are having our fall fairs,  and .after these' the settling of  'tlie north'pole controversy will be  "the next excitement.'  It is a safe estimite'to say that  90 per cent of'the'men working in  the' Moyie camp are members of  '    .j   -' ',    ��� ..."'  ��    *' ^  'organized labor!  -iVi    l .jf.���y-r-   ���  Peary says that Cook is hand-  ing'thV people 'a [ '-'gold' bric|."  "But from all accounts the nortii  -pole1 at best is TjuVa'-gold brick.;'  An exchange says that a woman  can dre^'e'abily on $50 'a' year.  ���Slib"migh't;'jdr'e38'. easily on 'this,  blft she could hardly dress com  ^pletely,  Of  the pain which many women  experience with  every  month it makes the gentleness and kindness always associated   with  womanhood   seem   to  be   almost  a  miracle.  While in general no woman  rebels against what  she - re-  ' gards as a natural necessity there is no woman who would  ���.not gladly be free from this recurring period of pain.  -"-    Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes  .weaK' women' strong   and  sick   women  welt, and gives-them freedom from pain.  it establishes regularity, subdues inflam.  matlon, heals  ulceration  and cures to.  male weakness.  Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter,  free     AU   correspondence   strictly   private   and   sacredly  'conndcnt:al. ' Write without fear and without fee to World's Dispensary Med-  'ical As-ociation, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y.  If you want a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to cure  them at home, send 31 onc-ccnt stamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of mailing  o-ily and lie will send you a jrec copy of his great ihousand-pn'c illustrated  Common Sense Medical Adviser���revised, up-to-date edition, in paper covers.  In handsome cloth-binding, SO stamps.  L O. O. F.  I Wildey JLodee *��<>. 44.  Meets Tuesday eveninga in McGregor  hall  on  Victoria  street.    Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  Louis Colli*". P. J. Smyth.  Noble Grand. Secr'y.  .St. Eugene .Lodge Nn. 37.  K. of P.  ��� ,,,.    Meets evsry Thursdny  :��$//evening    in   McGregor  ^Jg/ hall at S  f.'clock.   Visiting brothers invited.  P. J, McAi-pinf, E. A. Hill  ChiUwellor Com. K. 11, and S  SOAP SUDS  We have the soap that will make them.  Eclipse soaj> is always satisfactory, Millions use it.  sides the' price is right. 6 bar cartoons 25 cents.  Fels Kaptha, the easy way.   3 for 25.  TOILET  SOAPS.  Be-  Selkirk Lodge, No. ">5  A. V.   &   A. M.  Regular meetings  on the first Wednesday of each  month.  Visiting brethern -welcome,  G. T. McGregor, \V. M.  D. A. Ayros, Secretary.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  IIEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO  ESTABLISHED 1867  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,OOOT  Reserve Fund, -   6,000,000  Branches throughout Canada, and in thejinited States and England  COUNTRY BUSINESS Eve7fncnity for.dcd t0farmefrs am?  others lor the transaction of their  banking- business.     Sales notes will be cashed or taken for collection.  RAWE(��Wfi   RY   MkW J     Accounts may be opened by mail  and  daimi\m\j d i mml   monics doposited 0\. wilhdrttwn in lhis  way with equal facility. 122    "  CRANBROOK BRANCH. R. T. BRYMNER,' MGR  Trail News:���The following  brief statement is a summary of  the affairs of the Trail Rochdale  Co-Operative Association as submitted at the semi-annual meeting of the directors held1 on Aug-  gust 3rd.  This organization launched out  in   business   in December, 1907, ]  with a .subscribed capital of $2,-  000, a very small amount to do  business with, and'the sales for  the first month totalled $fJ04.95.  From this small   beginning   the  stock   had   increased   to $3,500  in July,  1909, and the sales for  the same month totalled $3,450,  and increase in the monthly sales  for over five hundred per cent,  a remarkable stride forward on  such a small capital.   During the  year and a half we have been in  business we have paid over'$1,500  in dividends.   We mu��t congratu-  1  The baseball s-eason is  practi- late our management,   member,  and patrons for the enthusiasm  they have displayed ih the advancement of our interests   and  Oatmeal ovals,  Ivory, white floating,  Pears, un scented,  Baby's Own,  Get the habit.  6 bars 25 cents  o      u <(      ((  o  O  "     50 '  Go to  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No. 71 W, F. of M.  Meets in McGregor hull every Saturday evening. Sojourning members  are cordially invited to attend.  Malcolm McNeill     James Roberts  President. Secretary  ATCHBSI  Just  Coming "-Events--  n-'i  cally at an end, aiad so far as .'��� the  fobtenayo are'concerned "not ' a  team'ha's made the showing" that  "'���-' '**'"jytdyte's' te'A'tn 'has'made. ">'-   -' ��� -;  / ���      i���i   !'   .o-~-H '  The matter of procuring better  scnool accbmmddations for Moyie  should not be lost'sight of. It is  & b'urning'shame that some 30 or  <10 ' ' children are ' running' the  streets' when tliey should be in  school.  Toronto Star:'lb may be that  an American was first1 to reach  the -riortb pole, but we have  inoney to" bet that' nobody "will  beafrMack'enzie and'Mann'in build -  which has made the venture a  complete success...7 The - management is considering plans for the  putting in of a complete and wel  assorted stock of dry goods, clothing, boot and shoes, etc., iri fact  anything that ,the working man  requires. j     ' .  \V. K. Carpenter, President.  John Grare, Secretaay.  A Dialogue.  ihg 'a: rail Way'to'it, now that they  it      '    *��� '������* ,��� ���    . v    ",:.  know Where it is, '  ������You smoke thirty cigarettes a  day?" '  '^"Yeg, on the average.'' '  for  Nelson Pair. Sept. 22, to 25th.  Spokane   Interstate Pair, September 20th to 25.  Victoria's   Annual   Exhibition,  September 20th to 25th.     ^  Westminster.Pair, October 1.2th  to lGth.  Thanksgiving    Day,    Monday,  October 25th.  1 'National Apple Show,"  Spokane  Novels and 20. ���'.'������   . -  Seattle fair closes October-15fch.  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL,  This hotel is now under new  management, and is first class  in every respect.  TAYLOR, & BONNER  PROPRIETORS.  Victoria .Street. ���: MOYJF  Harvey,    McOarter  &  j    / Macdonaid.  Barristers,.Solicitors,Notaries, Etc.  -j  Cranbrook. .-.-������"' B. C.  Regular watches sold and guaranteed  for 3 years by 400 of the leading jewellers in Canada,  15 jewel 0 size, 25 year hunting case, $20.00  15 jewel 16 size, opet face 20 year case, $15.50  Our special men's watch at $10.00 is good value  We invite you to examine our stock.  W..F. GURD,  BARIUSXJBiK. SOLICITOR, 1��XC.  CRANBROOK.  B. C  The T. Eaton Co. does not appear on'the list of subscribers to  Moyie's fire fund, although this  firm is doing business right along  ih Moyie. Neither does the name  of any Winnipeg printing firm appear,' although some Moyie' printing is done in Winnipeg, ibtrange,  Isn't'it,'that'these-'firms take so  little interest in Moyie's welfare?  Honesty is the besfpolicy. The  suspicion that Dr. Cook' did not  actually climb to'the top of Mount  McKihley is having a telling effect oii the! veracity of his north  pole story1. The'story now goes  tihat Cook never reached 'ihe peak  of'this fdmous' mountain.' Ever  since liis return' with the announcement' that he had succeeded in reaching "'The Top-of the  Continent'' "Skepticism has pre-  vailedi" and stories have been  afloat' that the so-called photograph" of Mount McKinley's crest  ���was in reality' a" ridge on the  mountain's side at mo3t 10,000  feet 'above1 the sea, just about  naif the altitude of "the majestic  mountain.  Just As Good.  rtf���-  si  ���_..���.,_>-.  During the recent money panic  caused.' by'th'e stringency*'"of" the  (Jttrrenby*' a'' i*athe r ' hii m oVotj's i n -  terpretatioh 6f the 'question oc-  eurre'd'at one* 'of thel banks iri  Spokane:'- "'"A 'young "German  Hiving in the town1 presented  for'  "You   don't    blame   them  your rundown condition?"  "Not in the least, I blame my  hard work."    V . ���.  The physician shook  his head.  He smiled in a vexed way.     Then  he took a leech out of a glass jar.  "Let me show you something."  he said.   "Bare your arm."  'Tlie cigarette fiend bared his  pale arm, and the 'other laid the  Jean, black leech upon it. The  leech fell to work busily. Its body  began to swell. Then all of a sudden, a kind of shudder convulsed  it, and it fell to the floor, dead,  1 "That is1 what ybiu' blood did to  the leech," said the physician.  He took up the little corpse between his finger and thumb.  "Ldok at it," he said. "Quite  dead you see. You poisoned it."  "I guess it wasn't a healthy  leech, in the first place," said the  cigarette smoker, sullenly.  "Wasn't healthy, eh? Well,  we'll try again."  And the'physician clapped two  leeches on the young man's thin  arm.  : "If they both die," said the  patient, "1*11 swea'r * off���or, at  least, I'll cut down my daily al:  lowance from thirty cigarettes to  ten."  Even as he spoke the smaller  leech shivered and dropped on his  knee, dead, aud in a moment later  the larger one fell beside it.  ; "This is ghastly,-''- said the  'young man. "I am worse than  the pestilence to these leeches." ���  ^It'is'th'e' empyreuraatie oil in  your blood," said the medical man.  "AU'cigarette fiends have it."  '���Doc," said the young man, regarding the three' dead leeches,  thoughtfully, "I half b3lieve you  a're right "���"\Vest Virginia School  '.Tburnal, " '   - * ��� ������ '''���     -���"'-'  Application for W.ater  Kiglit.  Notice is hereby given that  thirty days from date thereof  that I, Harry C. and Arthur  G. Livesley, of Moyie]..B. C, occupation miners, intend to apply  to the Gold Commissioner at Cranbrook, B. C, for water licence of  one cubic foot per" second from  Curzon creek. Point of diversion, the upper end of Lot 0428,  for irrigation purposes on the  afore mention ed=k>trNo.J5428  HARRY C. and ARTHUR  G. LIVESLEY.  Dated at Moyie,'B. C, September  I3th,1909.  T. T. McVlttio,C.*".,P L. S.        U. Y. Parker, C  ��IcVITTIE & PARKER  Provincial LAND~SuRVK"riNG"  RAILWAY. &   MINING   ENGINEEUING  Estimates Furnished.  v: ,tv'OFFICES  Port Steele P. O. Box-25.  ������  '|".v.'.!-:. ..;...,; V;..  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.  DR,..E. ;B. MILES,  Granbrook, B, C,  Practical Watchmaker and Jeweller.  Victoria St., South. MOYIE.  Thos. bummers  Cigars,   Tobkcco, Fruit  and  [Conff etionery.  George H Thompson,  Bahrister,   Solicitor,  Notart Public, &c.  CRANBROOK;: ��� Bkixish CoLUwniA  W. R. BEATTY  Embalmer and Undertaker,  Phone 9. CRaNBROOK  H.   G. QARRETT,  SoLicrroi:. -NiOTAitY Public, Etc.  CRANBROOK.  Why Pay More  For ������Furniture?  Our stock is the Largest in the district, and the  best assorted. ���  Our aim has always been to stock such lines, as  every-day people call for every-clay.  .Common, Chairs  Selling just now~at 36 cents.   Limited numbers to  each   customer.  ���^  SEND YOUR '- WORK   TO  THE  KOOTENAY  STEAM  LAUNDRY.  NELSON  All White Labor.  "Victoria  Laave work with the   local agent  A, B. STEWART.  60  YEARS-  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac.  Atirone sending n nU2;rh and description ronf  qnlc'iy jisoertuln oui- opinion *rec whether ftn  invention is probably p.itjntablo. Cominunicn-  tions ntrictlyconildentlnl. Ilnndbookon Patents  sent fice. Oldest naency for sccurlngpateut?.  Patents taken, throui/h Slunn & Co. recel>;  trectdl notice. -Til hout charge, iu tho  ylillBJ'*   ^IIHBVB 9^WB����  A handsomely Ulnsti-ated weeKly. Largest clr.  rnlntion o�� any scientific 'ournal. Terms, $!l u  fear   four :tiontbB, <SL Ka d by all noTsdealerfi  " jri.'I �� Co.3G,B^rsiWeiar YorJi  Branch Offlc? ��ia F Si^s^M^vw-in. "i. C-  Josepi's  NELSON, B. C.  Convent.  At. MOYIE, over Postoffice, Tues  Hay^itMn6W=an(i=;i=WeaneTda5^  inorniag every week.  xJoarding and ]>.iy School conduct  ed by tlie Sisters of St. Jopeph, Nelson  B. C. . .Coninierciul aud business  courses a specialty. Excellence and  swift j>rogrnsa charactenize each department. Parents should write for  particulars. One month assures the  pub!ic the thoroughness of the  Sisters' methods  of teaching.   Terms  commence January,  April  aud  Sept  Pupils are admitted during term.  BUY  TOUK  Cigars  Tobaccos  Fruit and  Confectionery  FROM  A. B. Stewart  R. H. DWYER,  Undertaker1   and  Embalmer  With CO-OI'KUATIVE STOKES  CRAtfBROOK, B. O.  NEW YORK  CLIPPER.  18 THE GREATEST  THEATRICAL J SHOW PAPER  IN THE WORLD.  $4.00 Per Year.   Single Copy, 10 Cts.  ISSUED WEEKLY.  Sample Copy Free.  FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Lid),  tores  GENTLEMEN���  If you want a stylish, up  to date tailor made suit, call  and inspect our fall goods  before ordering elsewhere.  We  guarantee all  .Our Work.  Gleaning, repairing ancl  pressing done.  Prices Right.  As made by the present brewer is admittedly the  .Best Reer in East Kootenay.   With the Best Malt  and the Purest Spring. Water ifc is unexcelled  for'  quality.   Insist oa haying'Moyie Beer.  BOTTLED AND DRAFT BEER  #  IU  K  rr\  U'  w  Ui  MUELLER & HESSE,   PROPS.  MOTIE, B. C,  leooeaeaoaMeo  P. F. JOEMSTOJV  1 Ting Hotel is New and well Furnished The  1 Tables are Supplied with the Best the  I Market affords. The Bar is. Filled with  theii est Brands of Liquors and Cigars  C.  Merchant Tailor.  MOYIE,  B. C  ���THE���  1  &  ��  9   MOTIiC  HEADQL'ARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING 'MEK-  -".-���-". ���       ���   - - BRITISH COIUMKIA  B-ESABI.NIEB    liUOS,   Pop*.  Lurge sample room in connecblon  with house for commercial men. Beat  of aicomniodation.  Headquarters  for   Commercial and MimugMeo.  QlJEE*"S       AVENUE, MPYJE.B. 0  General Contractors, Builders  and. Repairers,  . Estimates Cheerfully- Furnished,  *  o. L��.  :^ . I&?QJMZ H 'SMti-e����Un "e^S-  I  THE DEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA  1  *f  Town of Agassiz.  Arthur Deagon,   Actor.  Mr. and Mrs. S. Moore formerly  of Moyie are now snugly located  ia the town of Agassiz, about 70  mile8 from Vancouver, near the  head of the Fraser valley, which  in prehistoric times was au inlet of the Pacific ocean. Mrs.  }��oore has sent the Leader a brief  but interesting description of the  place.  Where the town now stands  has been gradualy filled in by  sediment deposited in past ages  by the mighty Fraser. The chemical constituents of this sediment  (is such that the soil formed by it  ,is highly productive and is a  source of wonder to tourists, who  see plums weighing 3 to the  pound, fruit trees growing 6 feet  iu one season and immense crops  of hops raised year after year on  the same soil without any artificial aid. The Domiuiou Experimental Far mis located here, where native country  fruit, grain, trees and flowers  are  grown in great variety.    About  5 miles from the town lies the  famous "Harrisou   Hot Springs"  where so many wonderful cures  of rheumatism have been effected.  The water boils out  of   an  everlasting spring at a temperature of  100 degrees.     The  taste  is   not  unpleasant, iu fact   people  get to  like it, aud crowds are continually  about    the    spring   sipping   the  water.     Its curative   properties  must be good.   I meet people who  have   gone   there crippled with  rheumatism and have left cured  completely in less than a month.  The following'is taken from the  Bu8jr Man's Magazine. The  Arthur Deagon mentioned is a  brother of H. A. Deagon, of the  Moyie'Bakery. Ib appears under  the caption of Canada and Her  Drama.  Mr. Arthur Deagon  is   a   Canadian    actor  who   deserves   the  greatest credit for ��� what he has  accomplished in the player's profession, for there is no one arouud  to  boost   and   educate  him���he  gained what he   knows,   himself.  He was born iu Seaforth,  Canada,  whereever  that    is.       Anyway,  when he was twelve years old,  he  was working in an iron   mine in  Wisconsin, and four years later  made his appearance in a Dime  Museum in Chicago where he sang  baritone solos   not  only   in   one  performance, but in ten consecutive shows.   However, with  such  lusty perserverance, success was  bound to come, and Mr.  Deagon  has reflected much credit on his <  " Cherry-Blossom."  THE JAPANESE Q1VE dOOD EXAMPLE.  It is a proverb of Cherry Blossom  Land that a healthy stomach is the  basis of oil strength. Good nature ia  also recognized as of great importance.  Tho Japanese as a people are remarkable for their health, endurance, patience and skill. ,    ,,  The cherry tree is the most highly  prized of all in Japan. It not only  gives forth a beautiful blossom but the  ���wild cherry tree furnishes a bark whicn  is most highly prizedjn medicine.  *he United  States Dispensatory,  which   is   an  medicines, says  of   the  Wild Cherry  (Frunus Virginiana).  aye  3hc  P  We can print for you  Letterheads, Envelopes, Memo  Forms  The   Demaurez Propeller.  I  Bilsl of Fare, Invoices, Business  Cards,  C. O. Demaurez, onct> a jeweler  in Moyie, is making quite   a   success of his new propeller, an invention which he is just completing.   At Pernie the other day Mr.  Damaurez gave a demonstration  in the Elk Lumber yards.  ' It ran the model boat without  any trouble, and   proved  beyond  the shadow of a doubt that Mr.  Demaurez, through careful study  and undying  effort has attained  a mastery over the air that many  men have   tried   for   and   failed.  The practical   test revealed the  fact   that   this  propeller would  run a boat of  any size, and also  that   the   propeller if required,  could   be   used for automobiles,  hand cars, or any mode of navigation.   The  working parts  consist of: Filling tank with water by  opening .valve on pipe, the  water  by    its  own   pressure comes  up  through holes into mid air.   The  paddle wheel revolve - by   motive  power and picks up the  water in  mid air and throws it aft.     The  wTtW"fimisTffo"re~sistance==uutili=it  strikes   the   air   pressure  downwards; the water is then cut off j  downwards   aud   forced   against  the incline; the water  runs back  to the intake and back into tbe  tank keeping the   tank   full  and  the air is returned or sucked up  again by the air drum.  The paddle wheel by throwing  the water aft gives a forward  push on the boat and as there is  no back resistance to the water  on the air cushion but to the  contrary by the air forcing the'  water downward on the incline;  this gives a forward push on the  boat, and in consequence there is  a forward push on both sides of |  the machine.  There is no power lost excepting by friction and to elevate the  water above the incline.  Everything in fact,  authority on  mcu.w..~~, ���. -   - -  properties of this Black Cherrybark  "Uniting   with   a   tonic   power   tho  Sror-erty of calming irritation_ and  iininishing nervous excitability.  Adapted to the treatment of diseases  iu which there is debility of the stomach or of the system." Another authority, King's American Dispensatory Rays, "it gives tone and strength  to the system, useful in fever, cough,  and found ^excellent in consumption."  This ingredient is only one of several,  very important native, medicinal roots ;  in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. This is a remedy which has enjoyed the public approval for nearly  forty years, nothing new or untried  about it, has cured thousands of people  of those chronic, weakening diseases  which are accompanied by a cough,  such as bronchitis and incipient consumption. More than that, by reason  of the other ingredients, Bloodroot,  Mandrake, Golden Seal, and Queen's  root, all of ��� tho medicinal virtues of  which are scientifically extracted and  combined in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, remarkable cures of  dyspepsia and stomach disorders have  been accomplished.  Nearly forty years ago, Dr. Pierce  discovered that chemically puro glycerine of proper strength is a better  solvent and preservative of the active  medicinal principles, residing in most of  our indigenous or native medicinal  plants than is alcohol. ...As its use is  entirely unobjectionable, while alcohol  is well known when used even in  small portions, for'a protracted period,  to do lasting injury to the human system, especially in the case of delicate '  women and children, he decided to  use chemically pure glycerine instead  of the usually employed alcohol in  the preparation of 'his medicines.  He found that the glycerine, besides  being: entirely harmless, possesses intrinsic medicinal properties of great  value. Its nutritive properties, Dr.  Pierce believes, far surpass those of  cod liver oil, entitling it to favorable  consideration in all cases of incipient  consumption and other wasting diseases.  It is an invigorating, tonic alterative  and owes its virtues to Nature's vege-i  table garden. Dr. Pierce is only the  scientific gar-  As cheaply, neatly and quickly  Nature's Garden:  As anyone  Call us up by telephone and we  will send arouud; or if you  Pefer call on  dener  .who  : . knows how to  combine the plants given us by Nature  to cure our diseases.    This preparation is  of pleasant taste, agrees perfectly   with   rebellious   and ��� sensitive  stomachs, and is extremely effective in  restoring tone and vigor to the entire  system.   It cures inflammatory troubles  of the stomach as well as indigestion  and   dyspepsia   arising    from' ��� weak  stomach.   One reason why it restores  the health of run-down, pale and emu,-  ciated people is because it first throws  out the poisons from the blood through  the liver and kidneys.   It then begins  its reconstructive work in building up  flesh by first making good, rich, red  .blood.  , The "Golden Medical Discovery" is  made in a large laboratory, thoroughly  equipped with every scientific appliance,  at Buffalo, N. Y. Qualified chemists  are in charge of the laboratory, with  nearly a score of skilled physicians and  surgeons employed to scrutinize, determine and prescribe these remedies and  other means of cure as seem best suited  to many thousands of cases of chronic  diseases which come before them for  treatment each year. It costs you nothing to write to Dr. E. V. Pierce���tho  head of this Institution, at Buffalo, N.  Y. and get an accurate medical opinion  in your special case and wholly without  ^charge.  iA few dollars invested in   Moyie  real    estate    will  bring    the    best  kind    of   results.  Ask any man who  made  investment  here  and  he will  tell   you he has  made good interest on his money.  There is no  town in the province today.    Mo  yie has the mines  and   the payroll,  and  an energetic  population.   'Moyie has the water  and  the scenery,  ;   and     everything  ���  necessary to make  the town an ideal  place to live.  'i^Jl���"will's ���!!����*�� i**l*"in  ��. wiping- thmi u��ft.j��jamffl3fc  Best=  of all there is no  fictitious boom on  and a person buying;:, a-i;lp.t.....pays  ..only, .what it is  worth.  Pabst Brewins Company's Exhibit at the Golden West and American  industries Exhibition, held at Earl's Court, London, Eng., Miy to Oct. 19C9.  The Beer of our Own Land  Pabst Blue Ribbon has been chosen as the American  beer for exclusive sale at the Great Golden West aiid  American Industries Exposition at Earl's Court in,  London this summer, following the winning of the  highest award for purity above all brews;pf the world  at the International Pure Food Exposition, Antwerp.  ���' The Pabst Excellence, the Pabst Quality, the Pabst  Flavor, the Pabst Smoothness and the Pabst low per'  centage of alcohol���have won the favor of all -people.  Facts About the Fair.  The seventh annual fruit fair  pf the Nelson Agricultural association opens on  Wednesday,  Sepb.  22, and continues for three days.  This is a place where people may  meet and exchange views, study  the improved method*,  greet old  friends and make new acquaintances.   The object of the fair is  to exhibit the recources and products of the djstlricta, aud by  inviting the ex.hib.its of other and  adjoining districts in competition,  ~*io stimulate to greater eff jrts  for  improvement and development of  the unlimited resources of tho interior of British Columbia.  The secretary's office is located  in the opera house, on Victoria  street, where premium lists and  other forms can be procured, and  where entries will be received up  till Saturday, S^pt. 18.  /������  -4nvesU-n  Tlie Beer of Quality  thus becomes the choice of the connoioeurs of the world.  I - l ������ .    -  Pabst brews but one Blue; Ribbon Beer. No matter  where you order Blue Ribbon you get the same nutritious  quality that makes it different from other beers.  Because of its goodness and delightful uniform smoothness, it is the ideal beverage. You will enjoy its pleasant  softness and delicious flavor.  Made by Pabst at Milwaukee  and  Bottlci  only at tne Brewery  Distributor  |-'Cranbrook, B.C.  Phone 17  The Mineral City  For Information see  3F\ ar  ���NOTICE.  CUAXnUOOIC  LAND'DISTRICT.   DISTRICT  OKSUUTHEKX DIVIiIOS,  K.VST KOOTENAY  Take notice   that. Alex  John Chisholin ,o  Kiiige;:atc. B. 0., occupation,   ("oll'dor  of'It  M. Custom*, intends to apply lor permission to-  purchase the lollowlug described latuls:���  Commeiiclinratapost planted iibont ".}�� mllo  from riurzoii, )i. i:.,in ft southerly direction cm  cam side of C. P. li. By., thi.nee west 20 chulns;  theuce s,intli '0 chaii.s, ttu'uce i-nst ubout 7  filmhiri to (!, I'. Jt. lty; thence following fill  Ky��� .10 chains northerly to point of commencement, und containing 10 acres of land more or  less. ALEXANDER 'O'l.N UIUSHOLM.  Dated June 7th, l'.iu��.  I'nul Jensen/Agent.  NOTICE.  CRA'XBROOK   I.ANI)   DISTRICT.    WSTItV  OF JsOUTllKltN DIVISION, EAST KOOThXA  Tiikc notice thftt Albert Harnhardt of Cnrz.i  11. C, occupation,   Uaucher,  Intend* to apply  for permission lo purchase the followiug    "  si Tilled lands:���  Commencing at ft post plnnted south vide of  (3.T.'II. Uv., about J-��j telle in nn easterly direction from Curzon nation, thenco south 40  i'IihIik: thence west 40 chains; thence north  about 2" i-lialiis to 0.1'. K. Uv; thenca following Mild Ily., '0 chains In an easterly direction to point, of commencement, audcontuiuin  liO acres of land, moro or less.  ALBEI'T UARXHAr.DT  Dated June Otb, 11)00  NOTICE  OIUNRnOnK    LAND DISTRICT,   DISTHICT  OK SOUTIIKKN DIVISION   KAST KOOTENAY  Take notice that Paul Jensen of Curzon, 11. t'.,  oec-pation, Itanclier, intends to apply lor permission to purchase the following described  lands:���  Commencing ftt a post planted about 10  chain-- from Curzon in a southerly direction on  north side of Moyie river thence south 10 chains;  thence west VOchains; tliencenorth ubout 20  eliuiu^ to Movie river, tlience following Moyio  river, in an easterly direction to point of commencement and containing 1C0 acres of laud  more or less.  . TAUr, JENSEN,  Dated Juno 8th, IOCS.  NOTICE  CUANTIOOOK LAND  DISTRICT, DISTRICT  OF SOUTHEKN DIVISION EAST KOOTENAY.  .  TAKE NOTICE   that   Alfred  Lee  Ellison o   '  Trail, H. C.occupation,   refinery man, Intcrdst  apply for permission to purchase the followiug  described lauds:  Commencing tit a post planted ou thc south  side of Moyie river in a north westerly direction, one mile from'"Klnsi-iintc, B. C, thenc.  south 20 chains; tlience west 20 chains: thenco  north 20 chains to Moyie river; thence following said river 20 chains In an easterly direction  to point of commencement and containing -10  acres more or less.  ALFRED LEE  ELLISON.  (Agent for) Albert Ilurnhardt.  Dntcd August 14th, JU09.  FRESH   AND: CURED!  eats.  utter  A.*"'  P. BURNS & GO  Limited.  MOYIE, B. C.  O.F.DESAULSIElt  DEALER  IN  PROMPT DELIVERY.  Queens' Ave.     MOYIE  Real Estate  Fire Insurance  state��� J*  . _. __ is mm"   a  IICIO PEOPLE  EVERY1  NIGHT  Collections  mmm  W. BONNETr P. O. Box 93,   E'srnie, B.  Calls  at Movie every month.  'iBox4       MOYIE       Phone 14  }^f" PR06S  RACES  WRITE FOR FREE fLLUSTRATED  PROGRAM TO ROBTH.COSGROVE.  ai&Ht/TTON   BLOCK  SPOXANE, WAS//.  The Air Aristocratic  is what young men arc keen for.  $$ Correct dress helps a lot to achieve  it. '���'"-  ^ Well made clothes are sold everywhere.  ^ W"ell Slyled Clothes zxc as rare as  White Blackbirds.   .  5| Wc stake everything on  'Style  Distinction  Good Form  that's what makes Mail Attire Clothes  suprcmc in favor ,of the young men.  ^ Tailored to order from $ 12 to $30.  ^ Money back for any reason.  Jk/foped: C/oti&os]  I     On sale by  J. W. FITCH  <j  ^  ./���*. ������><������  THE LEABER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA,���'  4  y-4  A p.ure9 wlsolesome  The cream of Jartar n^efi in Dr. Price's Baking  Powder is jn ihe exact form and composition in  which it occurs in the Inscious, healthful grape.  fulness ol the food  JVo A.lum  yVo  lime  Phosphate I  0  K-.  c  .r  4  !:<���  Is Cook  a Fake?  Plenty,of evidence designed to  fcack up liis statement that Pr.  jCook djd not reach the north pole  ��s in the  hands  pf   Commander  Peary,    according to   assertions  made at Sydney, N. S.   This view  p taken by a large number of explorers, scientists and others who  are there to greet  the  explorer.  '.'Commander   Peary will have  jyith him incontestable proof of  /every statement he has made in  /connection with Dr.   Cook's trip  $0 the arctic," Herbert L.  Bridg-  naan, secretary of the Peary club  said.    '."Eyei'y  one   who  knows  Peary realizes   he  never  makes  statements unless he can prove  tbem    absolutely.      When    the  proper time arrives, and that will  be when Dr. Cook has made his  .   statement over his signature, the  ���V"~"'tfufch -will be forthcoming-.     I'll  'the Peary clnb that Dr. Cook  might have learned weeks ago in  frreenland of Commander Peary's  discovery of the north pole.  News, you know, travels fast  among the Eskimos, and it is  ,quite likely that Dr. Cook heard  of what Peary had done."  Sydney is putting on a holiday  appearance for the coming of  Peary. United States flags are  displayed everywhere. , The  French frigate Islay is here and  probabjy will remain in the liar-  ������bor-to_ aid _ in : th b ���wpl ���me to  Peary. No British warship is ex-  pected. ���!  Peary likely will remain there  ��wq days and then go with his  family to his home in Casino bay,  Maine, where he will rest for a  day or two, proceeding thence to  Washington to make his official  report to the government.  Commander Peary is moving  southward iu the same manner  that charapterized his methodical  and well calculated dash for the  pole. The Roosevelt is being  overhauled and painted at Asize  . harbor, near Battle harbor, and  her commander haa ordered that  every injury sustained in her long  stay in the ice cradle of Cape  Sheridan shall be removed before  she sails for   Sydney.  1      GENERAL FLOAT  & w  Jiaslo had a big fair.  The bartenders  forming a union.  in  Nelson  are  "Billy" Sunday, the evangelist,  is to open a revival in North  Yakima, Wash.  Earl Grey will be the guest of  the Nelson and district Canadian  club on Sept. 28.  "Dutch Jake" and Harry Baer  of Spokane will convert the old  Coeijr d'Alene theatre into a first  cjass hotel. -  In ten days 40 carloads of  prunes were shipped out ,of Milton, Oregon". The growers received $32 a ton for them;,  Canadian Days at Fair.  Prince Edward Island Day at  theA-Y-Pwill be on! next Monday, a large excursion party arriving from that island on Sunday,' Other of the-Canadian  days/during the week will be Edmonton day, Tuesday, ;and Calgary! day, Wednesday. ��� .'  At the Churches.  CATHOLIC    CHURCH  THE    STORE   OF   FASHION.  GRAND MILLINERY OPENING  Sept. 24  Sept. 25  Sept. 27  To The Ladies Of Moyie.:=-  We have been reasonably plated at the success of our  Millinery Openings in the p.ast. It has been the means of spurring us on to greater  things. This opening, we will have the finest display ever shown not only in Cranv  brook, but we are safe in saying the Kootenays, We cordially invite you to have a walk  through our Millinery Saloon on the above days. You will see the latest creations in  Paris and New York models.  On the Above Days We Will Also Make a  Special Display of  ^There-wilHbe=  morrow.  no^serviee'^to-  CIITJRCH OF ENGLAND.  Service will be held tomorrow  morning  o'clock.  m  Morley  hall  at   10  Hammer and Saw.  The carpenters are almost  tbrqugh. repairing the Moyie  hotel, and the building will soon  be better than ever.  The new Morley building, beside Fitch's store, is boarded ip  and the lower pprtiqn will soon  be ready to occupy. The upper  portion wi}l npt be finished for  the present.  ; Good prog res* is being made on  M.J.Gill's new cottage on Government street.  It is understood sorne repairs  are to be made on the Catholic  pnurch building.  PHILIP C. HAYMAN,  (Vicar.)  METHODIST CHURCH  Morning service, 11 o'clock.  Sunday school, 3 o'clock. Evening service, 7:30 o'clock. Morning subject, "Epuipmeut." Evening subject, "The Sympathy of  Jesus."  Rev. J. W. MILLER, B. A.  (Pastor,)  PRESBYTERIAN    CHURCH.  Services on Sunday at 11 a. m  ai*d 7:30 p. m. Morning subject,  "The Christian Life." Evening  subject, "The Importance of Decision." Miss Lois Gamble will  sing, "Abide With Me." Sunday  school at 2:30 p. m. All are cordially invited to attend.  T. S. PATON,   ' (Pastor.)  METAL   MARKET.  You will find the styles, colorings and yarjties far ahead of any of our previous showings.  ��� j ������'' " '���   ' ! ' '���  Ladies' Suits at; $16.60,- 18.75._J22.00.  23,00^24,00^ 6.00 :  iadi^tfoate at;jR10.75^.11.5^  FUR  LINED  COATS.   ^^Qfthebestsab^^  Marmo(. Colors, Favy, Bro^ancl Green ,-     Price $55; worth 865,  Reid Block  Miscellaneous.  Nicely f nrnished room to let,  suitable for two. Apply to Mrs.  Chamberlain, Campbell street.  Nicely furnished rooms for  regulars. Restaurant in connec-  ion.   Over Gwynne's store.  FOUND���Watch and chain.  Owner can have same by proving  property and paying charges. R.  Campbell's teamster.  FOR SALE-Complete barber  outfit at Hosmer. Two hydraulic  chairs, large mirrors ,marble wash  stands, etc. Outfit cost $400.  Will sell for $250. Apply to F  J. Smyth.  LQbT���In Creston on Labor  Day a signet ring, initials F. M.,  set with two chip diamonds. A  reward of $5. Return to G. L.  Dunham, Cranbrook Hotel, Cran-1  brook.  Commercial lEestaurant  When Hungry.  Open   Day and Night  Everything Clean  And Up To Date  GOOD SERVICE  Commutation   tickets  $5.50 for $5.00  H. A. R0TRAMEL,   Prop.  Wm. Jewell  Express and General Delivery Business. Liyery and  Feed Stable.  WOOD   AND    COAL  , For Sale  Leave Orders at  Gwynne's Store.  Moyie,��� British Columbia  New Yo-*.h���Ear  silver, 51   cts  Lead $475 Copper, 13   cts  Londo-*���Lead ��12, 12s 6d  Stock Quotations.  Furnished by  Ctamferlatirs ������,,    Cholera and  ,T.       r -,  .   .,   ~.- ~   ^'arrlioea Remedy.  I"?v?r Tails    Buy it now.   It may save life.  BEALE A  EL-yELL.  Bid Asked  Aurora ���-,  OnKoliclntivI Smelters             sr,.^ 92.00  Can. Ooldfieldq                            6, " ��� 51-2  I Cranbrool? Fire Brick ijo  Nurtntjtar   ���                                   7 ''ix  ��       .      .- ��� . /*  NOTICE.  <~RANBR00K LAND   DISTRICT.   DISTRICT  OF SOUTHERN DIVISION, EAST KOOTENAY  Tnke notice that Kenneth F. Oxley of Moyie,  B. C��� occupation, Clerk, Intends to apply for  permission to purchase the following described  lands:-  Commencing at a post planted on east side of  B.C. Southern Railway, opposite the N. E.  corner of LotMOO, thence east 40 chains, thence  south 40 chains, thence west 40 chains more or  less to intersect with the B. C. Southern  Railway survey, thence northerly 40 chains  more or less along said boundary to place of  commencement, containing 1G0 acres more or  less.  KENNETH F. OXLEY.  Dated, September 15th., 1909.  Chamberlain's lt&Xl%Xa  Never fails,   Buy it now.  It in,ay save life..  MINERAL   ACT.  (.FORM F.)  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.      .  "M-.belie" Fraction Mineral Claim, situate  in the Fort Steele Mining Division of East  Kootenay District.  Where located:���At Moyle.-lyinjt between  the Aurora nud Cambrian Mineral Claims.  TAKE NOTICE that The Cambrian Mining  Comnnny Limited, Non-Personal Liability;  Free Miner's Certillcate No. B. 6280, intend^  sixty days from dnte hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of" Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grantof the above claim.  And further tnke notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 4th day of September, A. p., 1909  THE CAMBRIAN MINING COMPANY, LTD  N. P. L,  CHARLES A, JJACKA,Y.  -\-rc.7t.  The Waive  Icecream Parlor.  NOW  OPEN  Drewry Building.  MRS. L. A. HORNE, Prop.  Dr. H. E.  HALL  DENTIST  The Expert Crown and Bridge  Worker.  Office over Mr. Short's  Wall      Paper      Store  Armstrong.Ave.;,      Cranbrook  P. J. 3D0WNER  Builder  &  Contractor  Estimates given.  MOYIE,  B. C,  CANADIAN  Excursion Rates  MOYIE  TO  Seattle  $25.00  Corresponding rates from  other points  Tickets on sale daily, May 29th  to Oct.   14th.  Final return limit 15 days, but  not later than Oct 31st.  C. S. KINRADE.  Painter.   Paper  Hanger and  Decorator  Estimates Given'  Moyie,    B. C.  Liberal   Stopovers Allowed.  >    ��� ��� �� 9>-4 ���  For complete imformation apply-  to Agents, or write  J. E PROCTOR,  D.P. A., Calgary  MOYIE BOAT   HOUSE  Boats for   hire  by  '  the Hour, Day,  or  Week at reasonable  prices.  Canoes, Peterborough^  and Skiffs.  GEO. ROUTH, Mgr.  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  WHEN IN  CRANBROOK  E. H. SWAiI,, Manager.  Good rooms, good tables and bar  and first class sample rooms.  Fruit, Confectionery, Smokers' Goods.  Full Line  of  Stationery   and Fresh  Fruit in Season.  Special  A Diamond Point Fountain Pen  and   a   $1000 Accident  ���'���.".'. Insurance Policy all for $2.50  Postoffice Block  p.6;boxsio  MOYIE.  PHONE. 73  East Kootenay Bottling Co.  Cranbrook, B. C.  "Manufacturers of all kinds of carbonated  beverages. We spare no expense to have  our goods the best on the market. "  There are others, But!!  it  w  f  T  \l/  "Ftii ja.T^rKrxj^.Xji  NELSON FRUIT FAIR  NELSON, B. C.        September, 22nd, 23rd, 24th  BIGGER AND BETTER  THAN EVER  Cheap rates on all transportation lines.  HORSE  RACES  SPORTS  FREE ATTRACTIONS  Do no fail to see the possibilities of Glorious Kootenay.  C W. BUSK, Pres. F. A. STARKEY, Mgr. D. C.  McMORRIS, Sec'y  Box 95, Nelson, B. C.  ,  ����������� ���

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