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The Moyie Leader Oct 9, 1909

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 For  All" 'T"he Latest  in  ���  JEWELRY See  W, H, WILSON.  JEWELER CRANBROOK  We ake .\\Si>>:cr,?LTY of        ^.  V   WcTOB^1  Correcting Eye-*-M��=====:=:  fects.   WILSON,  OPTICIAN  CRAKBROOK  VOL. 12 NO, 27.  A ft  & ^^ ���       into our store and see 5  the new fall arrivals of g  HL B. &��� f  MOYIE,   B. C., OCT, 9,  1909.  &2A YEAR  ���  Two Good Shows.  Wednes-  Monday,  Tke husky shirt has no equal; and guaranteed  to wear for a year. The big shirt is the best.  H. B. K. gloves are still looking for a rival. This  store is the only one you can drift into for  these.        DRIFT To  Club Special Cigars.  We have just received another case of ^^1,1known  brand of cigars and will offer them for sale while they last  at the following prices: 1,000 lots $65.00; boxes of 25,  $1.75; smaller lots 10, 3 for 2o cts.  fiWYNNE'S HAZELWOOD P4RL0K.  Furnished House  FOR   SALE.  Only $600.  Terms $75 cash.      $25 per month  BEALE  & ELWELL,    Cranbrook,  The Musical Eckardts,  day, October 27th.  Juvenile   Bostonians,  -, November 8th.  Two of the best shows on the  road are to make their appearance  in Moyie on the above dates. J.  Cosgrove, advance man, was here  yesterday and completed arrangements with the Hockey  Club for the appearance of the  shows on a percentage basis. The  Eckardts were here last May and  their performance was the best  that has been here in a long time.  As Swiss bell ringers they probably have no equal ia this country.  The Bostonians are al?o good and  always play to big houses.  I       GENERAL FLOAT       |  Japan ia building ber first homemade locomotives.  Another sugar refinery is  planned for Vancouver.  E. Jensen is the newly  appoint-  Over 30 Are Dead.  ed constable at Creston.  Nelson's street railway bylaw  carried yesterday by a vote of  259 to 10.          Less than 0 people out of every  100 in India have ever learned to  read and write.  A Busy Priest.  B.  C  STATIONERY WEEK  Don't overlook the  snaps we have this week  in Tablets, Envelopes,  Papeteries and Writing  -Paper:; ^Iso PoSt&anfe  atlccehtyeach.'  " -  The Moyie Drug & Stationery Co.  For three months past Father  F. Beck has been in charge! not  only of Moyie, but he must/ visit  Creston at least  once   a month,  and occasionally every one of   the  places along the C. P. R. between  Elko and Kootenay Landing.   All  the Indians in East Kootenay are  under his care.     There   are  two  reservations   near   Windermere,  one other on  Tobacco Plains, 13  miles from Elko, one near Creston and one more near Bonners  Ferry, Idaho.     Oa Sunday, October 10th, Bishop Glorieux will  visit  his  Indians  near   Bonners  .Ferry, and, therefore, the Father  I cannot be in Moyie for the morning service.   He will, however, be  here for the night service at 7:30>  if the flyer is on time.  | latch Moyie Grow.  Seattle has won the pennant of  the Northwestern baseball league.  Vancouver were chanipjiqns last  year.   The building permits so far  this year in Vancouver are more  than double than for the same  period last year.       '.{;���  C. O. Rodgers of Creston is  building another sawmill at Canyon City. It will be in operation  by November 1st.  Green k Smith have taken over  the Allen hotel in Rossland, and  The death roll in the mine disaster near Ladysmith Tuesday  morning now stands at 32. So  far 30 bodies have been recovered.  The cause of the explosion  which proved so deadly is still  wrapped in mystery. The company's books show a report of  Hugh Fulton and William Cosier  at 0:30 a. m. stating that all working places had been examined aud  found in good condition. Two  hours after the explosion took  place which was felt in every  portion of the mine and sent  hundreds of workers involuntarily to the nearest openings.  Hon. Ja8. Dunsmuir who arrived on the scene Wednesday  morning from Victoria, after a  close inquiry believes it was due  to a blowout, a pocket of gas having been unexpectedly exposed.  As far as is now known despite  the tremendous force of the explosion the damage to the mine  workings is comparatively small  and it is likely that operations  can be started again almost immediately.  |    -STOVES-  I  will run it in conjunction  the Hoffman house.  with  Mayor ...Keary, of New Westminster who has been elected  eight times, has signified his intention not to stand for re-election  Grand Master's Visit.  We have this year the-finest stock of stoves ever  shown in Movie.  They are now all set   up   and   ready   for   your  inspection.  In coal heaters we have the Sunbeam Oak,   the  Bonny Oak and the Belle Oak, ranging in price  '    from  $8.00 up to $26.00.  We have three kinds of wood heaters,  ranging      to  in price from $3.25 to $18.00. ,   ,      ��  If you want a stove for a bed room, sitting room,       ik  a hall or a kitchen we can supply you. (!$  to  We have heaters suitable for an hotel or a hall.       to  -    to  If you want a cooking stove   see   our   stock   of      to  cook stoves and ranges. to  MacEachern & Macdonaid.   f\  to?  ^SWJW^^WIW^WS^^  Hon. F. J. Fulton says that the  report of the provincial forestry  commission will probably be issued within thenext six weeks.  A real estate firm in Lethbridge  has   sold   this   year    sixty-two  thousand   dollars   worth of land  along the Arrow lake, near Na  kusp.   ,  Monday Is Payday.  As the regular payday falls on  Sunday this month the St. Eugene  will pay on Monday the 11th.  The amount to be paid is $39,000.  Thank the People.  Wildey Lodge, I. O. O. F., was  paid an official visit last  Tuesday  evening  by   Wallace  Law,  the  grand  master  of  the   province.  Mr. Law made an interesting and  instructive address.     After   the  lodge waa closed tables were set  and  a  substantial    spread  was  served.   This was   prepared and  served by the single men of the  lodge.   There was a good atten- ���,.     t,        ,,,.,.    ���    ���  ,            ���,,              , The   Rev.   Philip  C.   Hay man  dance.    The   grand  master  was ���..*.*..���,,...      .         c  ,����,         j,,      t-j wishes to thank the trustees of  the guest of Mr. and  Mrs. Laird ^.-d    x. ..   ���        x.     r.   *  ,.,-..    ,�����������. the Presbyterian  church  for   so  wlnln in Movie. , .   ,,         ...     . ,\   .      ,       ,       .  kindly putting  their   church  at  Scandinavian Dance.  The Scandinavian Aid and Fellowship Society will give a dance  under their auspices in Morley.  hall on Tuesday evening, October 12th. They extend a cordial invitation to everybody to  attend.   Tickets, 75 cents.  Week  Next  will be the last for  Preserving Prunes.  I have secured a good quantity and can  ^^^^^^supply^all^^url^ugedg.^^ __  �� Car of vegetables to arrive next week  J... W. BITCH'S  COME AND SEt US  REGARDING PRICES  "���A. son was born'tojVEr.-and Mrs.  V. Desaulnier on October 2nd. *   -~  A son was born to Mr. and Mr*.  Tabs. Summers on Sunday, October 3rd.  Born���At the hospital at Cranbrook on October 7th to Mr. and  Mrs. Geo. Turner of Moyie a  daughter.  J. C.   Drewry 111.  J. C Drewry has been confined  to his home through illness for  sometime, and up to the present  is 8howing^o^ign^of"improve-;  ment, and it is thought he will  have to enter the hospital. His  numerous friends hope he will  soon be on the mend.���Cowley  Chronicle.  2 MOYIE'S   LEADING   HOTEL. |  1 Hotel Kootenay j  The test of accommodations |  for the Traveling Public. |  >In Vancouver t.h��-Terminal club  has paid $135,000 for a site near  the post office and will erect upon  it one of the finest club houses  in Canada.   It is said that a canal connecting! the Red sea with the Mediterranean existed as early as 600  year8 before the Christian era. Its  length was 92 miles.  Wild game of all kinds is very  plentiful around Creston now.  The Indians bring in wild ducks  and sell them two  for   75   cents  Contract Is Awarded.  At a meeting of the building  committee of the fire hall held  last evening the contract for  erecting a drying tower and making other improvements was  awarded to J. P. Farrell. The  coutract price is $200, and the  time limit for completing the  work is 30 days.  Tiinberman Burt.  his disposal for the Church of  England-service.Id urine: thajmst  summer, months. ; Also Mr.' lritch  for the use of his hall for the Sunday morning services. Mr. Hay-  mam knows that! he echoes the  feeling of his congregation, when  he says that he 1 thoroughly appreciates Mr. Fitch's kindness in  having the hall always nice and  clean and ready for divine service.  The services at Moyie will be discontinued for tlie present,  '���"    '     ~ '.  Premier   Talks   Elections.  Cargo nnd Commodious Sample Rooms.  Billiard Rooms.  ���I  j McTAVISK & CAMERON Proprietors. [  For Men and Boys  We have the finest creation of CAPS ever seen in the west,  the product of the Eastern C��p   Manufacturing   Co., Truro.  Ladies' dress patterns, ��oats, underwear, hose, etc.  Don't forget our 20 Century Clothing and  Stanfreld's Underwear.  Attending Uncle's Funeral  Malcolm McNicol, accountant  for the Porto Rico Lumber Co.,  was in Nelson this week attending the funeral of his uncle, J. H.  Love, who died there suddenly  Sunday afternoon.  Cranbrook  Items.,.  While a gooae brings 75 cents.  The Kootenay Jam Company  at Nelson are working day and  night getting out orders, which  include straight cars of jams and  jellies for Calgary and the   coast.  j Hem-y Johnson, while-timber^  ering at the St. Eugene yesterday,  fell and had two ribs broken and  his arm injured- He was taken  to the Cranbrook hospital yesterday afternoon.  The Fire Md.  Acknowledged^|483'.20.-:__  r$10���"at i^iMTSati^ts^iB:'"1'"''-'^--  Total, $493.20.!...  Bills paid, $50.08:;  Cash on hand, $443.12.  C. P. R. Thanksgiving Rates.  /"  Imperial Bank of Canada.  '-<--!���.����� aHtw*,.-  $10,000,000.00  Cranbroo^rr^^^ .^^^ Tifltonaf and victoria.  1 Drafts andMeney Orders sold available in any  ���I pat* of tlie World  i Savings Bank Department.  1 Interestallowed on deposits from date of deposit,  JlffiQYIE BRANCH.     J,.* M.  PINKHAM, Manager  ����  0  lanager   1  (From, tho Cranbrook Herald.)  Fred Brown, who is known in  every camp in East Kootenay,  has returned from Manitoba, and  is enjoying a few days with his  friends in Cranbrook.  C, E. Reid, of Vancouver, formerly in the drug business in this  city, is in the city shaking hands  Iwith his many friends. Mr.  Reid is now engaged in the real  estate business at the coast and  is doing well.  George Ragsdale, at one time a  resident of this city, has returned  and will probably reside here  again. Mr. Ragsdale is now in  good health and says that he  prefers East Kootenay to any  place that he has lived.  Dr, J. H. King, M. P,  wife returned today from their  tour of Europe. The doctor was  kept busy during his absence  with his work in the principal  hospitals m the old contry, but  returns in good health and happy  over the fact that he is  back in Craubrook aud  Kootenay.  The Vancouver group, the well  known silver-lead mine at Silver-  ton in the Slocan district, has  finally passed into the control of  theLeRoi No. 2 company, the  consideration being in the neighborhood of $150,000.  Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, an or-  ganizer and leader in the Industrial Workers of the World, was  arrested in Missoula, Mont., recently for persitently attempting  to hold an advertised open-air  meeting in the business section.  "To H...I With Seattle."  "To  The Crow's Nest Coal Co., spends  annually in wages and has expended in cash on capital account  since operation begun, over $5,-  000,000. The daily output at  present is 3000 tons of coal a day,  a considerable portion of which  goes into coke.  A machine and locomotive  works to cost $300,000 will be  running in Vancouver within six  months, according to the plans of  the Summer Iron Works Company, of Everett, Washington,  whose officials have  acquired for  P   and!$23,000|thirty acrCS   ��f  laQd  lot 124, Burnaby.  Grand Chancellor Coming.  - With Seattle; I'm Go  ing Home" is  the message borne |  in letters of black on blue silk  ribbon badges which were on sale  for a brief time Wednesday at  the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition, or until Chief C. W. Wap-  penstein of the A.-Y.-P.   guards  confiscated the lot from the small  boys who were selling them and |  also caused the arrest of Chilman  White of Tacoma and Portland,  the man who is aceused of having  caused the badges to be distributed,  White is an exhibitor in   the  machinery building at the iair.  The Tacoma-Portland man it is  said departed from his usual ens-  tom of entering the grounds on  an exhibitors pass by purchasin g  a 50-cent admission at the gate on  exhibitors'   day,   September   IS.  This entitled him to a prize, one  of some 58,000 that were in the  various   exhibition   places,    but  when he drew his he evidently  was not satisfied.   The discontent  later   bloomed   into   300   silken  badges.   Chief Wappens-tein con-  t�� ftscated   the   lot   and    warned  White against  expressing   himself in such a public manner.  AJVictorUvdespatch of thel 27th  inst. to the Vancouver Province j  states "in the event of an agreement being reached for tlie extension of the Canadian   Northern  railway into British Columbia ^before the end of the year, Premier  McBride     intimated  this morning that  the legislature will be  dissolved and an appeal made to  the country in November or December, in order that no delay in  construction shall occur."  For Thanksgiving Day, October  25th., the Canadian Pacific announce a rate " of fate and one  third for the round trip. Tickets  will be on sale October 22nd to  October 25th., inclusive. Final  return, limit October 27th.   Canada Since   Confederation,  The Epworth League on Wed-  desday night next week will have  four or five papers on "Canada  Since Confederation." These will  be very interesting. Mr. E.  Crowe has been elected president  of the society in place of Mr.  Cotton, who has left town.  Great Coupon  Drawing  The Daylight Store.  Beginning today, October 9th, and  continuing until Novemeber 11th,  1909, we will give one coupon with  every one dollar purchase, cash or  credit at this store.  On November 1.1th, coupons will be  drawn for the following prizes.  Grand  Chancellor  Townley of  J the Knights of Pythias will pay  again I St. Eugene Lodge No. 37 an offi-  Eaatjcial visit next week, probably on  Monday or Wednesday evening.  For Sale or to  Let,  Five roomed furnished flat, in  the Farrell block. One of the  best locations in town. Apply to  Mrs. W. L. Lucas.  Suit   RELIANCE BRAND CLOTHING,  1 pr. DRESS SHOES,  1        STETSON HAT,  1 Suit LEATHER LABEL OVERALLS,  1 pr. F. P. SARGENT GLOVES.  These prizes are excellent values  and the  more coupons you get the better your chance  will be to win one.  ROBERTS & MESSINGER  1  :1  i  :jM  ;|  %  -a  ie THE LEA'BER, MOYl-E, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  id*-rt-v.TO"y;(:��a*s5*ncW'Sr72^;r��rc:^  ;- ;L7--jjir;!;-K:ra-.3;:\ */��:i^;n^c::^rriw.u*i&-3".i:r^^r:r~  jr: ~u vxrxzzxKSivnan iztuzuan,* xznxxvurtf-Trrc  s^Tjrj'.TSTnrT  rr.rrn.77MKiXH?Jtrr3!i3TKarrfi=sna wxraj -aw  rri^sraaiaaisr^^  artawnaiTHrtC  m  fHS MOYIE LEME.  �� iblislifd in the interest of the people i  j uo telling ab the present lime  I who in .ay be named by tlie Lib-  ! eral party as no names have been  | mentioned.  i  of Moyie and EiislKooterniy.  !ir>  P. J. SMYTH. P'ji;r.rs;ii:!i.  EATK    OF   S13II?CIIIPTI0K  One Year  $mo.  SATURDAY,  OCT.,  0,   1900.  ^y Mm�����MJ��J>�������W^�����^"*���'**��������!>���������* 'Willi T* �� ��� ���������� >���  ' The Cranbrook Hcrnld lias rendered its decision and has given  the north pole ' to Cunud'a. 'This  settles the matter f;ir all time  to come.  Next year, so we-are told, the  road between Moyio and Cranbrook will be so improved that  tlie' running of automobiles between the two places -will be  possible.  Meacii large  hga  A Clean Mm  Insurance Times:���A banker in-  a small town who has been keeping fab 'oh   things  recently  told  what' became   of  life   insurance  aioney left by some of tho men of  ]iis"acquaintance.     According to  his recprd, in each case the money  went to a surviving wife,  and in  .'each case:'it promptly got away  irom her.   Usually it was lent to  relatives'   and    neighbors     **-'ho  could not borrow a dollar  at the  bank, for tho' very  reason   that  they have no " financial stability.  His abservation has   led   him   to  the belief that policies payable iri  instalments are   far   superior   to  those paying a lump   sum.     His  conclusion is   that; 'wives   should  lie taught the   rules  'of   business  by theh',huiband-��, but it  strikes  us that' the  'great   majority   of  liusb-inds     would     make     poor  teachers.     Possibly   we   will   lie  pardoned if we throw in the sug-  W. D. Matthew.-*, president of  die Consolidated Mining and  Smelting company, after spending  a few days looking over the eoui-  rany's mine3 a-nd milling properties in Rossland and the smelter  and refinery at Trail, left on .Saturday for hi.' home in Toronto,  ������ays the Rossi and Miner. During  July nnd August the gro^s output  of the smelter of the Consolidated  company at Trail was $985,001'-, as  compared with $(i.'55,00() for ihe  same two months last year. The  tonnage smelted in July was .''!),-  000 tons' and August 4-1,000 tons,  the latter being the largest quantity of ore :Sinelted in one month  at tho Trail plant since it was established.  An addition is being made to  the lead refinery building, which  is 5">0 feet in length', and 50 feet  ���in width. This will give the refinery structure a tor.'il length of  000 feet. The older ' portion of  the structure has a width of 50  feet. The addition is soanauged  that'the traveling crane used will  convey the bullion to the tanks  betore it is rehned and left the refined lead out; in other words, the  crane will run through tlie entire  length of the building. There  are now 240 working tanks in op-.  Oration and ISO are being added.  With the-settling tanks, etc.;  there will be a total of-: 59(3 tanks  in the refinery. The' present  capacity is 70 tons a day, aud the  additional tanks in place it .will  have a maximum capacity 6f 120  tons a day;,.  The lead' refinery began operations as an "experimental'plant in  May 23. 1902 with 28 tanks, a  capacity of 0i tous a day-' and  with 10 men on thepayroll. l Now  t(ie capacity is 70 tons a day, or  about 2.0C0 tons a month. ' Fifty  men are employed and, the refinery is. a pronounced success.  Since it was started many' improvements have been made in  the eliCGroIyti'c!,prqeess.;USed, and  in addition to, this numerous  rfeatibn   that   the' companies^ it^ labor-saving   de.vicea.-iliivye .been  economy. J; F. Miller 'who has  been superintendent o?. the re-  iluery since id j was started has  grovvnaip'..with'the process and  has every detail of it completely  at his-iigers'end.'  i  Outside cleanliness is less than half the batt!e; A man Hiav  scrub'liimsclf a dozen times a dny, and still be unclean. Good  health means cleanliness not only outside, but -'nside. It means  a, clean, stomach, clean bor/cls, clean blood, a clean liver, and  new, clean, healthy tir.sucs. The man who is -Jean in this ^yay  vt'i\{ look it and act it. He will work with energy and think  clean, clear, healthy thoughts.  He will never be troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blood  disorders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in. unclean stomachs. Hlood diseases are found where there :g 'unchan blood.  Consumptions and bronchitis mean unclean lungs.  Pierce's  scovery  prevents thene diseases. It makes-n^irisin'aiJasi'les cleaa  and faaeiltiy. It cleans the digestive organs,, makes pure,  clean   biood, and clean, healthyiflcsh.  It restores tone to the nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustion and  prostration.   It contains no alcohol or habit-forming drugs.  Constipation is the most unclean uncleanliness. Dr. Pieroe's Pleasant Pellets cure it.   They never gripe.   Easy to take as candy.  I. O. O. F.  Wildey  Lodge No. <S 4.  Meets Tuesday eveninga in McGregor  hull on Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  Louis Coi-lix.  Noble Grnnd.  P. J. Smyth.  Secr'y.  hi. Kugji'iio .Lodge No. U7.  K.. of P.  '- [r'^-i'X n'A    -v-ee,s eVFry Tliursdny  V^!-4^^jovening-    in    McGregor  i&^ffl ll!,1! ll- S  c'docfe.   YU-  '���^^lii^     i'ing brotliors inviled.  1*. J, McAwink, H. A. Hiix  Chilli���ellor Com.  K. It, iinii S  A Great Combination  Nippy mornings  bring good appetites.  Make   your,  with.Peacock Self Rising Buck-wheat flour.  A 8l'b. pkg for 40c.        Laugh and,grow  fij-t,  but  you xruist eat pure foo,d.  Selkirk r.ndgu, No. fir.  'A. I'.   &   A. JI.  Regular meetings  on the first Wednesday of each  month.  w  Visiting breLliern \Telcorrjp,  G. T. McGregor, W. M.  D. A. Ayres, Secretary  Ptire Maple Syr  ii  right from Quebec.   It comes in 81b tins  and costs you 60c.  Get the habit,.        Go to  CROWE BR0S.<:&- CO,  Westminster Pair, October 12th  to  Kith.     ���     ..'-,'.'.  "Thanksgiving    I&y,     JNicnday,  October '25th.'  National Apple Show,  Spokane  Nov. 15 and 20.  Seattle fair closes October  15th-  Nelson Apple Show, Nov. 9bh.  ficiaries might also send along a  fd\v "financial don'ts." Most beneficiaries have' nn appalling confidence in 'their own ability to  handle ' money and and equally  surprising lack of confidence in  ill everybody 'of-their acquan-  tance who has managed to accumulate a few dollars for a rainy  day. ; They are suspicions by-  nature, and are inclined to believe  that if they'ask for advice it will  The Winnipeg   Exposition.  INTERNATIONAL-  HOTEL.  This hotel is now rmde**. new  management, .and is first class  in every respect.  TAYLOR,' '/&   BONNER  rRorniETons.  Victoria Street. MOYIF-  not be of a kind'that can be depended upon: For that reason  th'ey would not leave the investment of fche'money to abauker or  capitalist���they would have more  faibli in a man who had never  tasted the fruits of success-/  Cranbrook Herald: Without a  doubt there will bean election in  December or 'January in this  prbvince and tlie McBride government will ask for a return to  power. In this' district there' is  ^'question as to who will be the  eendidates. "There' are many  nam.es' mentioned in ' the Conservative part5r, among them, T.  Caven, A. Leitch, J. D. McBride,  A, K Watts, and V. A. Rollins.  It is' -understood however'-that  Mr. Rollins w^ifj. nob be a candidate, although': he is a general  favorite with the peopW and  would prove a strong m*.n in the  field. Mr. Cayen is also a general  favorite with the party.and many  Conservatives are of the opinion  that since he ran once aud was  defeated, he is entitled to' the  nomination.' Me. Leitch is one of  the old-titiiers in' the- district and  is' recognised as one of the ablest Conservatives in Eisfc.Koo-  te'nay and as a ropresenbatiye of  liis pvrty wou'd' proVe to be a  powerful factor. Oa the Liberal  side ic is generally conceded that  if'Dr.   King,   the  present   repi-e-  LeckieY New, Shoe Catalogue.  ; You ought to] send and get it.  We have just received a copy and  examined it carefully. Just as ..a  catalogue���just as a piece of first  class.airtistic-priating^you-ought  to see it; to realize what can be  done ai; the Pacific coast. As a  superior product of Pacific coast  craftsmanship it evidently embodies the spirit of ibs publishers,  The J. Leckie Co., Ltd.,.. of Vancouver.  The quality of: thsir catalogue  is a good standard by which to  judge of the quality of the boots  and shoes they make for British  Columbia wearers. The boots  are shown in. the natural colors,  and ore described iu detail. Nothing of practical interest���nothing  that will be useful iu buying shoes  has been omitted from the information which this fine catalogue  contains. ,  There are throe distinct features about it:  r  The first important one is that  it shows the points of tlie shoe.  Then iu the second . place, ib  tells you the retail prices of  Leckie shoes.  In the third'place ib tells you  where you cau get Leckie shoes.  AH you have to do to get this  artistic, useful book is to address  J. Leckie Co. Ltd., Vancouver, B.  0., on a po*tal card, teliing them  you read about their catalogue in  the Moyie Leader ancl would like  to have a copy. Best do !t right  now, while you have it in mind.  Recent activities of the Ex-:  ���pbl[i t ioTTTJo mm i tteV ^  voted-xo formulating a plan of  finance for the 1912 exposition  and a good deal of.useful work  has been done along this line.  Pursuing a line of investigation  into the probability of good attendance at the exposition the  executive committee has procured  a great deal of very interesting  information, all of which tends  to prove that Winnipeg; is located  far more favorably to-''Secure- attendance than either Seattle or  Portland, two   places  that were!  T.T. MeVit-icC.T*.,** L. S.        II. Y. t'arUcr, C  WviTTIB^^^BSiR  Pkovixcial Laxd Suuvj-yixo    "  railway/ & mixing. engixeeuixg  Estimates Furnished.  OFFICES-'  Fort Steele P. OvBox 25.  CranbrookP. CBox 11.  notedly successful in securing  enough paid admissions to produce a substantial revenue and  offset to the expense account.  Nifty.  Fa!  Tliosv Summers7  Cigars,   Tobacco,  Fruit  and  Confectionery.  TOYS.   NOTIONS. ETC.  Sioutb  Victoria, St.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  Wo. 71  W,.F, of M.  Meets in McGregor hull every  S.itur-  ilsiy  evening.      Sojourning   members  nre cordially iuviteil to attend.  John Boyd,-. James Roberts  President. Secretary  Harvey,    McCarter  &  Macdonaid.  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  Cranbrook,. -   -   B. C.  P, GrU-RD,  BAKItlS'X-fi.K. SOLICITOR, ETC.  CRANBEPOK.  B. C  DR..P. B. MILES,  Cranbrook, B,  G-eorge H Thompson,  Bivk* uster.   Solicitor  Notary Public, etc.  CRANBROOK,      British Columbia  W..R.--BEAT.-FY- '  Embalmer and Undertaker,-  CRANBROOK  Phone 9.  rnwinii'jtuwuwrMp  R-EDWYER,  uxdebtakkk    axd..  Embalmer  Jg w:isu co-oi'jsnATjj-'E siomss  cranbrook:, b. c.  Lur.  njSSAULXIKK    JJKOS,    l'<i,��8.  ic   satnple   room   in   connectioii  Net Big/ Profits.  G-yJ. "Wigen, whose fruit ranch  is on'Duck Creek, in the Craston  District, on the Crow's Nest railway; has- sold $1,000 worth of  strawberries in ono year from a  patch  of   three acres.     lie  esti-  ijisso  3-*nta'tive,-Avill accept the nomination there will bo   no   opposition.imat33 hia uefc IH'ofit at over  Af; he daclines the honor, there  i�� i Pcr acre-_ /      ''  [ . .'���:'.��� -..-���.-.  FINE NEW STOCK of  the  nattiest in Fall Suitings  froir*. eastern and English  manufacturers just received.  The}*; are undcml^edly the  handsomest and most distinctive fabrics that have  yet been offered and those  who "would havo something  select in a. Suit for , fall  should leave their order  early. A fit guaranteed and  at a. reasonable price.  Pressing and Cleaning  Done  Ericas Righk  Joseph's   Convent.  willi house for commercial nieu. Bes  of accommodation.  Huiidqunrtera  for   Commercial and Minuii- M��n.  NELSON, b. c.  J^oardinp nnd Day Sclionl conducted l>y the Sisters.-of St. Jospph, Nelson  B. C. Commercial nnd business  couraoa a speciulty. Excellence anil  swift progrnse chiiiacteaizc each department. Parents should write for  particulars. One mouth assures the  public the   thoroughness   of   the  Sisters'methods of teaching. Terms  nomtrit,nce January, April and Sept  Pupils are admitted during term.  Merchant Taijor.  M&Y.IE,  B. O  BUY' YOU ii  ;ars  accos  Ti an ff'-  FROM  A, B.'.Stewart  QifESKg'    -AVENKK,  MOYIB.ll. 0<.  SEND YOUK    WOHK   TO  THE  KOOTENAY  STEAM  THE CANADIAN BANK  HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO���>  ESTABL1SUED.1887-  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manaser  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000  Reserve Fundi  -   6,000,000  Branches throughout "Canada, and in the United States and England  RY BUSINESS Ev(7ftlcj.,it-/fordedt0fcrme!;s fn^  others lor the transaction of their  banking- business.     Sales notes ;\vill be cashed or taken for collection.  BANKING   BY   MAIL -Accounts may be opened  by mail   and  monies deposited or withdrawn in this  way with equal facility. 122  CRANBROOK BRANCH. .0.,BRYfflNEB,JH&l  JtlSt  1 Iliflk 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.  U0, ^F��� T7.A.KT3XTE5H  Practical Watchmaker aa*d JeweIJ,er.  Victoria St., South. MOYIE.  or Furniture?  Our stock is the Largest in the district, and the  best assorted.  Our aim has always been, to stock such lines, r  , as,  evei*y-day people call for wery-day^  '"Common Chairs'---.  Silliiijjint nj,v at35 cut*.'- Limited nailers tin  each   customer.  rat  lore  As made by tho present brewer is admittedly the  Best Beer in East Kootenay.   With the Best Malt  ljai*d..tb^JPures,t^dngJiMateiabJsAmexcoIled-for-  |quality.   Insist on having Moyie Beer.       -:^=-=*-  BOTTLED AND DRAFT BEER  K  o  U  o  V_v  r\  U  MXJJELLEK & HESSE,    PROPS,  r i  NELSON"  All White Labori-  Laava.work with the   local agent  Ai-B. STBWAET..  SO   YEARS  '\ihWrWm8m-? EXPERIENCE  r^ai   m u % Efi ki '  9  P..F. J OH ft S TO ft  Thia Hotel is New and well Furnished The  Tables are Supplied with the Best the I  Market affords. The Bar is Filled with t  the ��5est Bsands of Liquors and Oigars. |  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL |  AND MINING MEK. %  K'S-TIB-. ��� ��� - - 1JK1TJSJT CO*.triM*aA    ��  <\\  m  GhsmSisrlain's Go# Remedy  Cures C'.c;'..->:. Crcu^ End Y.'Sit. :ij::v^ C-'-^jU.  w tkade m.".p.ks  * Dessgms  Copyrights *c.  ^nvono sanding (i nUoCrh nnd description n>n?  crl'Icly ascertain our opinlnn i'rue whether an  invenllon 13 lirohably V 'tt'ntiible. Communlcn-  (Ions Htrlotly confldoiiti.il. -HanObook on Patents  Bent fi eo. Oldest nacne:. jVir Fecnrln? patenta.  1'at.niita taken through: Jlunn ii Co. receive  special notice, -vit.hout chance, ia tlio  Scientific JRfaicrlcait ���  \ han'il.iomel? Ilhiati-.ilpd Wr.cKly. i.arsont c-ir-  cnlation of- Jny sniunLUK: "(lunial. TiTina, ts s  j-enr   four months, ��1. Sitf-d byall no"vsdeolorfl  Esaacli C��f*:-i. ���&> ��* Si.S.^-Si.-s-tton. D.,C-   .  General Contractors, Builders  aDd Repairers  Estimates CheerJfnlly Furnished,  mwM Fife.  m  THE' LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH" COLmtBIA'.  tfSSBMKM  A FEW PACTS    ABOUT BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  British     Columbia   is  coa,$t province of Canada.  Area���395,000    square.  252,0-00,000 acres.  Coa^t. line���7,000 miles.  the Pacific  miles,     or  Forcs.ti  acres.   '  and   woodland-182,000,000  ���    Population (estimated)���200,000, exclusive o��, Asiatics.  The whole of British Columbia,  south of 52. degrees and cast of tbe  Coast Range, is a grazing country up  to 3,500 feet, and a farming; country  up to 2,500j feet, where irrigation- is  possible.  British Columbia's trade lias, increased -by over nineteen million dollars in four.'years.  ing crops and produce���a demonstration farm with a courteous -demonstrator is a very necessary -adjunct to  a sensible advertising scheme.  C. E. Lawrence.  ��� _  BRAIN LEAKS.  uia.m.au&jjmuugg  (Selected.)  The man who is forever talking  about how much work he does usually lias nothing but conversation to  show for it..,  A NEWSPAPER MONOPOLY.  FOOTHILLS PRINTING AND  NEWS   COMPANY  BRANCHING  OUT.  Personal  license.  liberty is    not individual  British Columbia mines have produced over three hundred million dollars.  British Columbia fisheries, one  hundred and fourteen million dollars.  British    Columbia   forests   produce  over twelve million dollars annually.  British Columbia has, millions of  acres of. paper-making material undeveloped.  "British Columbia farms and. orchards produce over seven million dollars annually.  British Columbia's coal deposits  arc the most extensive in the world.  Thc Kootenav coal fields alone, are  capable of Yielding ten million tons  of coal a year for seven, tuousaud.  years.  British Columbia has immense deposits of iron ore awaiting development.  Politics ought to mn,KG moro familiar cellmates.  A lot of people tire themselves out  looking for-havens of rest.  The trouble, with most of us is too  little initiative and too much referendum.  A lot of mgn arc deceived by believing theirs wives swallow everything thoy aro. told.  By the wayy.'ias the discoverer   of.  the north pole put any food iii    th  mouths of the hungry?  There are two kinds of charity���  the charity that helps men and' the  charity that helps men to help  themselves.  If we know it we never try to do  business with tho man whose children  creep silently around the house when  he is at home.  Of course some fellow had to  tho north polo   just about thc  wc were   wondering   how   we  going to keep thc house warm.  find  time  were  British Columbia's area of standing  timber, is the greatest! and most compact in America..  British Columbia has over tcm million acres of wheat lands.  British Columbia produces over two  million pounds of butter annually,  and imports over four million pounds.  British Columbia imports over two  million dollars' worth of eggs and  poultry annually.  British Columbia shinped over six  thousand tons of fruit in 190S. and  imported fruit to the value of two  hundred thousand dollars.  British Columbia fruits���apples-,,  pears, plums, cherries and peaches���  are the finest in the world.  British Columbia fruit won the.  highest awards at exhibitions, in  Great Britain, Eastern Canada and  the United States.  A miner's license cost's"$5"a'yea*;.'  A pre-emption���1G0 acres���costs $1  per acre after two years' residence.  First-class agricultural and fruit  land $5 per acre.  Buy,  you.  and     the    world drinks with  A trail is often  an embryo wagon  road.  ...Death comes when we cease to love  something.  Full many a  blush unseen.  pimple    is   born   to  Money is a     key that  nearly every door.   ���   will   unlock  TAYLOR & HARVEY.  (The Frank Paper.)  It will be on a somewhat smaller  scale, of course, but in arrangements just consummated by the  Foothills Job Print & News company, in which' J. D. S. Barrett and  T. B. Brandon are the moving spirits and the owners of the great majority of thte stock, the Pass is to  have its Lord Northcliffes in the  local newspaper field, as the arrangements referred to contemplate the  publication-by tho Foothills company  of five newspapers in this field.  Messrs. Barrett and Brandon, alive  to their opportunities and1 appreciating the- possibilities of ���centralization  with-respect to business enterprises,  have for some time been formulating  plans to control the printing and  publishing business of the district.  To that end they have-within the  past two weeks started the publication of the Chronicle at Cowley,  from this issue they takef over The  Frank Paper and within .j a few days  they will begin the publication at  Blairmore of The Enterprise, and at  Coleman, in addition to The Miner,  will publish The Gazette, which is to  bo published in thc Slavonish and  Polish languages.  With this combination the Foothills company will be able to cover  the newspaper field of the district  most admirably and efficiently. Each  paper will be a distinct local enterprise of the town it represents, while  the centralization of the whole under  one head will make possible that  economy of expense by which alone  there could be hope of success for a  paper in each town of the district.  Messrs. Barrett and Brandon are  capable and' energetic newspaper men  and if their enterprise is appreciated  by th& people of the district and the  right sort of support accorded, their  labors will not only be crowned with  success, but they will be able to Rive  each of the towns represented in their  circuit of papers, a better paper than  would be possible'. under individual  ownership.  A- few dollars invested in Moyie  roal estate . will  bring the best,  kind of results.  Ask*any man who  made investment,  here and he will  toll, you he has  made good interest on his money  There is no  Stocli for Sale in  tlie Greatest  Invention of the  Age.  THE  Excursion-Hates  Fruit   lands  ��5,QP per acre.  return    from $100 to  Impressions of East Kootenay LLLL  WHAT C.  K. LAURENCE THINKS  OF THE DISTRICT.  (From the Cranbrook Herald.),  You ask for my "impressions"     of  the Upper uolumu'ia and East Kootenay valleys.      Let me tell you   that  when 1 arrived at Golden on the l'Jt-li  -nit.���a-paper, .was..thrust intoA._n*.y_  ���hands  containing    the  "impressions.-'  (From the Cranbrook Herald.)  A few years ago Vancouver had not  many lawyers; but now hcr magnificent expansion as a .city of commerce and manufacturing industry  has rendered necessary a corresponding increase in.', m-en skilled in the  science of.the law to guide and. advise in.the. many, crucial .difficulties  which, those great enterprises constantly, ���encounter. ��� They are, unavoidable! difficulties, .and:-,-the lawyer  is essential to solve them. The  presence of the lawyer is therefore a  sign: off commercial "prosperity in- any  city. Vancouver has several I firms  of'rdistiriguishcd lawyers; but none of  them surpass in talent and reputation  the firm"of'Mr. S. S. Taylor, L.L.B.,  K.C., and'Mr. J. A. Harvey, K.C.  Both ihiisa men hold a leading place  at the bar as advocates of the first  rank. As advisers or their clients  they have a no less notable reputation; for-they bring, to every matter  patience, industry, analysis and judgment. Through the most complicated entanglements they can pilot -their  client's way by the combined light of  legal -principles and of commeieial  systems; and thev invariably lead him  along safe path's to success. They  are standing permanent advisers to a  large number of commercial-concerns,  and they are constantly occupied in  conducting and in transacting the  numerous affairs of property transference, ownership, ahd. investment.  The character of Tavlor & Harvey  has stood the test of time, and their  reputation is something that adds  lustre to the legal profession. Their  offices arc over tbe Imperial Bank of  Canada r__Gr anvi 11 <Lstreet   MOYIE  town'in the province today.' .Moyie has the-mines-  and the p.ayroll,  and an energetic  population, Mo-  3'ie has tho water  and. tho scenery,  audi everything  necessary to make  thc town an. ideal  place to live.  TO  of a party of American editors who,  have toured as far as Windermere,  afterwards drawing those beautiful  pen pictures which only the scholar-  can portray. My 'first impulse was  to return home feeling sure that  anything I could say would be worse  than tame after Nesbit and Hyde,  but the desire to see the wonders  ���about which these gentlemen had  written impelled me onward, and remembering that it is as a plain man  writing to plain people in simple  language, I hope later, on. to set  forth the utilitarian point of view  and those details which will .appeal to.  the prospective fruit grower.-,. the  "niixpd" farmer and the.cattle and  horse rancher. But on this occasion.  1 must be content to generali'Ae somewhat and perhaps I cannot do,, better  than commence by saying that with  one or two exceptions I endorse all  that has been so widely set before us.  The marvelous scenery', is all there,  the mountains and valleys, the rivers  and-., lakes, thc Italian skv and gorgeous sunsets, as Service has written;,.  "The lovely sunsets flame and die,  The giant valleys gulp -the -night;!  The   monster   mountains    scrape tho  sky  Where eager stars arc diamond  bright,"  But when Nesbit described the valley  as "a land flowing with-milk and  honey," he is altogether wrong. I  .don't believe a simple hiveiof bees is  H��> be found from one end to the  other and if the milk supply is to be  gauged by the small amount of butter supplied to the local stores, the  "flour" must be an exceedingly small'  one.  Thc time is not far distant wben  you will have a marvelous valley  with its fertile soil and-glorious sunshine, thc homes of 'hundreds of thousands of agriculturalists, producing  the food necessary for scores of  thousands of lumbermen and miners  in this neighborhood, 'besides having-  ����� surplus to provision- ocean going  steamships, carrying to other lands  the choice products of the Columbia  and Kootenay vallevs. Presentlv it  will be my duty to tabulate these  possibilities, opportunities and 'conditions, but just now I would appeal to  the merchants of the towns at each  end of the valley���Golden, Cranbrook  ��i"d Elko���to sec tbat thev are doing  nil in their power to aid in this won-  (icTful development. Every stranger  .���:''oiild be welcomed and made to  ; f-'i-l that he is amongst frip-rwls and  r-.'.ry facilKv given him in making  nv 'Momentous choice of his future  i:..iiic. And no greater aid can be  iound than being able to show crow-  Corzespoi* cling, rates from  other points  Tickets on sale daily, May 29th  WOct.   14th.  Final return limit 15 daj-s, but  not later than Oct 31st.  Liberal   Stopovers Allowed.  For complete irui'orination apply-  to Agents, or write  J. E PROCTOR,  D.P. A��� Calgarj  ot all there-is no  iictitious boom on.  and a person buying a lot. pays  only  what  it    is  worth.  Capital  Stock gl5rOOO,    Divided into  15,000 shares at $1.00 a share.  We will not sell'less than Five Shares or more than [00  shares  to any otic person  The company intends shortly to build a propeller  on a larger scale to drive a o0 or 50 foot boat.  Buy at once because iiiithree  or six modihs yov will  ha ve to pay $1,000 a share in.instead  Make all money payable  to  . Fred A.   Russell.  Box,M4 CRANBTtOOK, E.  C-  MINERAL   ACT.  (.VOI-M   F.)  Certificate of Imi-kovemexts.  XOTlCB.  "I.U1EJ.I.E" yrnclloi: Mliiernl Claim, sft':nlci  i-.i'tlic Kurt Ktnole iliuiu? Division of ]'��!>!.���  UouU'iiuf  Dislrict.  Where   located:���At  MoWe.-lj-ins   between-,  the Aurora mid Uiiinurluii Mineral Cliihnx.  T-IVKE XOI'Kje ihat The Ciimbrfnu Mlniii<-  Oomnnny I.ltnlicd, Noii-I'e:*-ciial l.iul;ilit>;.  Free Miner's Cenillcntu No. 11. (i'JSO, intend,  sixtyu"a\sfrom date hereof, to iijijily to Ihu  Mliiiiijr lie. order for a Cerliiicnte of' Jin|irovi--  tnents, for tbe jtur.iosu of oljiainii)!; a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  Anil further take notluo  that sntion-,. under-  section 37. must be commenued hefoie.- tli.t   issuance of  such  Ueitllieatc of Improvements.  Dntcd'this'ihiliiy of September, A. I).. IW'i.  THE (.-AM li HI AN illNIXG CO.Ml'A.NY. LTJ.C  X. 1YJ,.  CIIAI-.U'S A. MACKAY.  Agent.*.  XOTJCE.  CRAX-BKOOIC  f.ANU    DISTRICT.   DISTttJOT "  OK SOUTHERN' IJIVIj-IOX,  EAST KOOTENAY  Tnk�� notice that ICcuueih F. Oxleybf  Moyi.-.  H. C., occupation, Clerk, intends   tit   apply  for-  pennlss:oii to purchase the folloivlng deseribed  lauds:--  Comment-tiir at n pon planted on oast side of  iHC.-Southu-ii   Hallway,  opposite   the  X.   E.  corner of l.ot-*S00, thence east 10 chains,  thetn-.i  south ���Oclialiis, thence west 10 chaius more   or-  less    to  intersect   with   the 15..  C.   Southern..  Railway survey,   thence northerly    "J   Chan.-'  more or less ulon- said   lionuilary" to  place   of  commencement, uoutu'iiin^ l'JJ acres  more or  li'ss.  KKXXETir F. OXI.EY.  Dated, September lath., IMP.  ,.-~J-���~~~���.-..~���.. -��--��..��T��,ijn��iMU]u-i-i<'n:Trji-irM^wii.t��ir'.mm��,.��.i��-.-im�����.  rroers- tor  NOTICE;'.  C-RAXRROniC I/A.ND IHSTRKT.' mSTRIfT"  OK SOuTHERX DIVISION* EAST ICOOTEXaY  ! TAKE XOTICE that Alfred Lee >;tlisou ot'  TraiJ, H. O. occupation, refinery man, intends;  to apply for-permission to purchase tho follow- -  ingdeicrib d lands:  C'ommenclii-,'at, a post planted on  the south  side of Moyie river In  a nor'h 'westerly dir   lion, cue mile from Klncsirntc, B.   C, thencu  south 20 c'lains; thence wett 20 chains,   theuce  north 20 chains to.Moyie river;  theuce  follow--  ingsaid river 2) chains iu an easterly direction  to pointof commencement  aud uoutainsiig-10-  acres more or less.  AI.FI'ED LEE ELLISON',  (Ascent for) a Hurt Barnhardt.  Date I AtiKUStllih, 19(��.  ���MPERATOR smoked harrr  " i eakfast bacon*  " Englkh-bscoa  " spiced'roll.  ��  /  ^\;  >:Si:<!,:>ael  S-^SXiflv-//"?^"''.^--.^.*'��  \!'/^.'.'.'.\'"'y.^'��>-��. - 1  \,  fi  The millstone is lack of  special training. It holds  one manidown to hard work  and sin-all wages while  others, properly trained, go  ahead, feut every man and  woman who is laboring  under such a burden can  easily rise to a better position and: increased earnings  and can find out how for  the asking.  1 To find out how, simply  write the I. C. S., stating  the position you wish to  gain. In return, an institution with 17 years of successful experience in training thousands of others for  advancement will tell you  how it can fit YOU for a  better-paying position. No  risk to run. No books to  buy. Isn't such a chance  for advancement worth this  much to you?  INTERNATIONAL  CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS  Box. 739, Stu-anton, Pa.  The Mineral1 City  For -In fori nation sec  &rm  Real Estate.  Fire Insurance;  To   Tliev  shamrock:  JLeaf Lard:  ALBERTA  Creamery But tar  LetterHeads,  Billheads,  Envelopes,  Circulars, Menus, Programs, etc.  AT SEASONABLE BSIG ES  17 cents a Day Buys an  MOYIE-,  B. C.  P F.-DE3AITLXIER  HKAM'IU**-''  PROMPT  DELIVERY.  SlueeDS-Ave.     MOYIE;  <5**.-y-'  !!  ypewruer  Collections  Pric3   $125.  Small payment down and easy installments for balance.. See  Trie Air Aristocratic  is what young men arc keen for.  <U .Correct <lress helps a lot to achieve  iti-  CJ Well made clothe* are sold everywhere.  <Q Well Slyled Clothes areas rare as  ;\Vhi:e Blackbirds.  !-���j Wc stake everything,on  j Style c,     ��       -  Distinction  Good Eorm  that's what makes Maili'Attire Clothes  supreme in favor of. the young men.  q Tailored to order from $ 1 2 to $30.  q Money back for. any reason.  F. O  ���p  W. BEHNETP  Calls   at Movie everv  OK  03  .J J,  Fernie .,B.  CI  mo iii ii.  Oo;i 4  A;0ViH  Phone ��4'f-���'���-"���- %!U  Tailored. Gf��f&G&  On sale by  :..r-  ! >���'  3.'  3  a'  h  r-  i.  A  Si  i  ea  'r  iJ  *i  ora ���; /���  i /.-''  .THE T^.ATO,Tl^MOyiE. BRITISH eOLUMBlA.  'Just  Visit  i  < .Get our new catalogue. ,Ar-  ���. i tisticiaijy printed shows the  ... shoes in natural colors.  Learn    all    about    superior  j-sooea-the leckie j*koes-made  in Vancouver.  Ib describes each of them in  detail,    shows  how   they   are  '.made, and tells you the prices  "and where you can get them.  Send a postal for it to-day.  J. LECKIE CO., Ltd.  ..Vancouver, B.' 0.  P. J. DOWNER  C.S.KINRADE.  Builder  & Contractor  Estimates given.  MOYIE,  B. 0,  Suits, Coats Skirts, Furs  AND  CHIOCE MILLINERY  CANADIAN  Excursion Bates  Painter.   Paper  Hanger and  Decorator  Estimates Given!  Moyie, B. 0.  r6������������6������9*>9a;  :|       LOCAL ^SSAYS        |  Miners' Union meetB tonight.  Jack   Donohue   has   returned  from Rossland.  ,Mrs..Loraer  was in Cranbrook  ^Monday.  '   Mrs. CUne,*was up  from   Cranbrook Tuesday.  '    Mike    Walsh    was    down   to  Fernie the first of the week.  The"Georgie ,D." launch raffle  will take place on the 12th.  There  was   a  light  flurry   of  -snow Th.ur.sday afternoon.  f   Excellent values in boys' sweaters at Roberts & Messingers.  '    N. W- Burd'ett was down   to  Cranbrook yesterday.  i-:.--:,.-^ X*" Brown and  wife intend  a^M4^'^*��"*-::^^--**'--~--,'w*MW"-*,WM'0��i^Il!:  mbving: jCo'^dsmer-shortxy.  ?   Nicely furniahed room'to rent.  Mrs. Ben Bro'sseau.'  G. T. McGregor   was   in   Cran-  .brook the first of the week.  1   Harry Mcintosh, qf the Halcyoni  ,Ho# Springs, was in town Tues-  day.  Houses to rent.   Apply to F. J.  .Smyth.  '   Mrs.   Campbell   and    children  arrived   home   yesterday    from  * Vancouver.  "   Joseph Walters :ia disposing of  his property in~Moyie7*'ah"d"will  .If you must,drink, why t-not let,  it be .Victoria Cross tea and coffee,;  3et them from Crowe-Bros. & Co.  It is rumored that when the  new concentrator ,is .built at the  Hercules mine in the Coeur!  d'Alenes that Harry Steuart wilt  be in charge of it.  FOR SALE���Various pieces of  furniture. bedsteads, kitchen  chairs, linoleum, tables, pans, etc.  Also four handsleighs. Apply to  J. Walters.  r .  Mrs. Auchampaugh returned  Thursday,to her home in beattie.  She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Deagon, who will spend  a month visiting in Seattle and  Portland.  -LArDIES'FALL SUITS.  If you want a smart suit or winter coat it-  will p��ay you to inspect our stock before  purchasing ,.else*.vhere. The styles and  values .are undoubtedly far superior to  anything w^e havre ever shown.  At $19.50 we can give you a strictly tailor-  made suit neatly trimmed with silk but-  tons .and soutache braid; colors: Light  and dark Navy Blue,  At $25.00 Ave are showing   very   natty  suits.   Colors Navy and Brown.  Our stock of .suits at  $25.00,    $27.00,   $28.00,  $30.00,  $3300,     $35.00.  NEW FURS JUST OPENED UP  Our variety comprises,  IsabellFox,  Natural Wolf,  American Opposom,  Marmot Sable,  Muskrat, etc, etc.  Prices range from $65.00 upwards,  Since our stock was bought the  prices have gone up 20 to 30 per  cent so you can depend on getting  the best value possibe-  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.  MOYIE BOAT   HOUSE  Boats for hire by  the Hour, Day, or  Week at reasonable  prices.  Canoes, Peterboroughs  and Skiffs,  GEO. RO UTH, Mgr.  Liberal   Stopovers Allowed.  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  .itih^hurcMs-:  CATHOLIC   .CHURCH  Services at 7:30 in the evening  only.  '' FATHER H. BECK,  (priest.)  are second  and styles.  to none for fine materials  Shipment of Ladies' Blouses  just received.    Tailored silkwaiss; in  all  the new colors.   Mustard, Reseda Green,  Tan, Brown, N.avy and Grey at  $7.50 and $8.75 each.  For complete iraformation apply  to Agents, or write  J. E. PROCTOR,  D.P. A��� Calgary  WHEN IN  CRANBROOK  B. H. SIM ALL., Manager.  Good rooms, good tables and bar  and first class sample rooms.  'move to Calgary.  ���. ���< ������' ',  ������'���>'  '    Miss Cyr of Pincher creels:   sis  hereon'a��visit with Mr. and Mrs".  ' Frank "Guindori.'  Mrs. A. P. Macdonaid, Mrs. Hill  and their mother,; Mrs. Manning,  ; left last Sunday for Seattle.  ' Mrs. P. J. McMahon left yesterday for Hosmer/ 'where she will  'visit with her':ftister, Mrs. Higgins.;  As a gardener Mike Campbell is  right oh thi* job.   The  garden at,]  'the St.-Eugene is well worth' Bee-'  "iug.  3 'A. L. McDermot, tjb.e wholesale;  liquor- 'deafer,''this' week contributed $10 to Moyie's  fire brigade  ���fund. '���, '���' ';   *���'���������-"������ ' '  ' There is some talk of a mask  ball being held' ,in' Moyie' oti' the  Wening of Thanksgiving Day,  'October 25th.;' ���������"'<������:������".-*  f Crowe Bros. & Co. are receiving  a carload: of pbta!toes''atid' vegetables after Oct. 10th;   ' Gtet their  .-���    . I-,..-   :i  .     }���'    ' '-���'  prices.  '' It is rumored that Dan McDonald' made ' a' cleanup' of several  ^thousand dollars in Vancouver  ireal estate recently.     ' '  1 J?rof. Salmon, of6ranbrook, will  be in Moyie'diie day each week* to;  give piano'les'sons. ��� He will teach  -at the home of Mrs. (Jilbert.  ��� Geo, L. Lucas and family have  made-arrahgenierits ta take 'up  :their home in" Cheoney, 'Wash.,  ���and will move there next week.  '" We aie told that tlio monkey  that was captured some tithe ago  ���tit Curzon died the' other day at  .-Cranbrobic; 1 lie change of clim-  ijafe did the trick.'        -      "   "'  ;' Rubber suits " and helmets arrived this week 'for Movie's Volunteer fire������ fighters.     Fifty   fire  METHODIST   CHURCH \  Morning service, 11 o'clock.  Subject, "Christian' Enthusiasm."  Sunday school and' Bible .Class,  3 p. m. Evening service, 7:30 p.  m.' Subject, "Four Things 'That  Make a-Mau" '  "^     Rev. J. W. MILLER, B. A.  (Pastor^)  Every Day W$ Are^ Augmenting  Our MILLINERY STOCK  You can't tfo ^better than jvjsjting  The Store of Fashion.  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  PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH.  Services on Sunday at 11 a. m.  and 7:30 p. m.' Sunday School at  2-30 p.m.' Rev." C. B. Kerr will  be the preacher. All are cordially invited to'attend.    '  Reid Block.  CRANBROOK, B. C  Referee Lacrosse Games.  Rossland Miner: A. B, Macken-  zie'will'leave for' New Westmin-  'stor during the latter end of the  week for the purpose of referee-  i'hg the' lacrosse   games between  > aucouverand New Westminster  teams at the provincial  fa,ir   at  New   Westminster   on the' l��th  and 16th instants.!    Mr.  Mackenzie'   played  lacrosse  for   twelve  years, from 1883 to18^5." In 1888  h9 visited the British' Isles   as   a  member of the  famous Toronto  lacrosse team which made a  successful tour of the   Old' Country  towns. ' After returning to Canada the team met and   defeated  all the leading teams in  Canada.  During" the time Mr. 'Mackenzie  was'playing lacrosse he frequently  refereed games and has a   well-  earned reputation for being a fair,  impartial and able referee, as he  knows all of  the tine   points   of  the game.  Application for Water  Right.  Notice is hereby given tha,t  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 .6428,  for irrigation purposes on the  afore mentioned lot, No. ,6^28,  The proposed works are dams,  ditches and flumes. No persons  will be effected by the proposed  works. This application will be  heard on the 18th day of flctober,  1909, before the water commissioner at Cranbrook.  HARBY C. and ARTHUR  G. LI^ESLEY.  Dated at Moyie, B. 0. September  13th, 1909.  Miscellaneous..  Wm. Jewell  CIUNBROOK.LAXD   D7STRTOT,   DISTRICT  OK SOOTHER"* DIVISION EAST KOOTENAY  Takoriotiee that 1/ Robert Johnston Lennox  of Moyie, B. 0.,. occupation, miner, intends to  apply for> permission to> purchase''the followiug described lands:    ..   ;.,  .Commencing at a post plantod at N. E. cor-  nerof preemption U77.iji a eonthcrly direction  about 3 miles from Cnrzon, B.-C. on east side of  Moyie river. -'Surveyed lot on 'north  side 9388.  N.W. post is ahout 3" chains west of S. E. cor-  nepof lot 9388.   Theuce east 20 chains, thence  soHtli 20 chain?, thence west 20 chtins,   thence  I north 20 chains to point ot commencement and  ' containing40 acres, more or less.-; ���������<  i .  - onnriiT muK<irriK T.v.K**nv.  EIANO LESSONS  H, G. G. Salmon  of Cranbrook  will visit Moyie weekly.  Inquire at Leader Qffice.  Children's headgear at Hill's.  If you ,need anything in waists  andsk,i,r,ts see Hill.  Nicely f nrnished room to let,  suitable for two. Apply to Mrs.  Chamberlain, Campbell street.  See Roberts & Messinger's window display of Reliance Brand  Clothing.  TQ LET���Store and three room  Hat to'iet.   Apply at this office.  A new line of soft and hard  hats have arrived at the Daylight  store.  FQ$ SALE���Three, milk cows  and c^df, a number of chickens.  Also six-roomed house for sale or  to ren,t.   Apply J. Walters.  Two new sewing machines,  with ten year guarantee from  manufactures, for sale at Fitch's.  FQR SALE-Complete barber  outfit at Hosmer. Two hydraulic  chairs, large mirrors .marble wash  stands, etc. Outfit cost $400.  Will fell fcrS250. Apply to F  J. Sjmytb.  Postoffice Block  MOYIE.  i^��&��& > Si at- as- a-a a-s-'S-cs-'Sfr-iir^ l��  w  PHONE.  73  to    P.O. BOX 801  W  I East Kootenay Bottling Co.  iff   Cranbrook, B.C   Express and General Delivery Business. Livery and  Feed Stable.  WOOD   AND   COAL  For Sale  jLeave Orders at  gwynne's Store.  Jkloyie, British Columbia  Manufacturers of all kinds of carbonated  beverages.   We spare no expense to have W  our goods the best on the market. Sf)]f  There are others, But!! w  in W  METAL   MARKE'  New XohiV���9&r  sllver> 51    cts  Lp.m'I *-l'7ol op-.ter, 13   cts  . r   The Waive  Icecream Parlor.  NOW  OPEN  Drewry Building.  MRS.L. A. HORNE, Prop.  Stock Quotations,  Fuhsisiikd Bv BKALE&  KUVELfj,  ��� '"''   - '     . -   Did  Aurora  Consolidated Smellers  Can. Goldfields  85.00  Asked  25  92.00  51-2  Craijjjrpok Fire Brick  NbWiStar  Souiely Gir'  1.10  ���25  Dr. H. E.  HALL  DENTIST  The Expert Crown and Bridge  Worker,  Office over Mr. Short's  Wall      Paper      Store  _..-, Cholera and  The Society Girl Mining  Company  Limited.  (Non  Personal Liability)  REGISTERED L OFFICE MOYIE.  Organized under the laws of British Columbia.  AUTHORIZED    CAPITAL    Sl.OOO.OCO  Divided into 1,000,000 shares of the par value of $1.00 each.  Fully paid and non assessable, 560,000 shares re-  main in the treasury.  BOARD OF   DIRECTORS.  ! C. C FARRELW, P����oemt D. A.   AYRES.   Vice-P^^nt  J   P. FARRELL, SKRET*nr. P*---!P CONRAD,  MILTON  MOSER  SALE  OF STOCK  The company has placed on the market for a limited time  I 100,000 shares of treasury stock, the same to be  sold at twenty-five cents per share.  Address applications for slock to Secretary*


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