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The Moyie Leader Sep 4, 1909

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 ;Fqr  All  the Latest  in  JEWELRY See  W, H, WILSON.  JEWELER CRANBROOK  VOL. 12 NO, 32  --^y'qpssgi  Wh Make a Si'ix'i.u.TY ut-  Correcting Eye Defects.   WILSON,  OPTICIAN  CRANBROOK  MOYIE, B. C SMJT. 4, 1909.  $2 A YEAR  The  Last Week  oi our special sale of Summer goods.  Prices are being slaughtered to clear  out the last remnants of tho summer  stock of drygoods. Now is. the time  to buy goods at your  own price  Ho! for Crestoiic  $       GENERAL FLOAT  at  llFire. Fund Increases.  Club Special Cigars.  We have just received another  case  of  this  . nnJ -will r.fffir them -.ux oun/ >v*.i  $65.00; boxes of 25,  iwuv^^.,    _ well   known  brand of cigars aiid will, offer them for sale while they last  following prices: ' c ns  at the following prices:   1,000 lots  L.75.; smaller lots 10, 3. for 25 cts.  There will be a big delegation  from Moyie to Croston next Monday to   attend  the   Labor   Day  celebration.     The   special train  will leave Cranbrook at 7 in the  morning, and will arrive at Moyie  about 8.   Returning ib will leave  Creston at 0 o'clock sharp   in the i  evening.   One of the   main  features Will be  the   baseball game  between   tho   Moyie   and  Cranbrook teams.   There will also be  a rock drilling contest, the first  prize being   $25,  and   $5   for   a  second prize.   Ib is likely some of  the Moyie miners  will enter this  contest.      Tne   Cranbrook  band  will be   there.     We  understand  the rate will   be   a   fare   and   a  third for round trip.  District Meeting.  The   Greman    army    numbers  5,000,000 men.  W. D. Haywood will speak at  Fernie on Labor Day.  Fredrick A. Cook has discovered  the north pole.  The forest fires in East Kootenay are well under control.  John Houston has returned to  Vancouver from Mexico.  The Forestry Commission will  hold its session in Cranbrook on  September Mth and 15bh.  The Greenwood smelter, is now  receiving plenty of coke from  Coleman.  GWYNNE'S HAZELWOOD. P4RL0R.  Furnished House  FOE   SALE.  Only $600.  Terms $75 cash.      $25 per month  BEALE &.ELWELL,   Cranbrook,   B. C  The white population of northern Australia is but onej to every  700 square miles. ?;  *2��i0Efi20S36aKB  . -������I ���  .���    k^ '������  China Sale  or Sale of China.  .y  China will be. sold below cost. This is no 10  or 35 per cent cut rate sale. This line must  be  sold so don't miss this golden opportunity.  The Moyie Drug & Stationery Co.  Ask your neighbor how she likes ROBIN HOOD FLOUR,  When you have: oncetried jtyoti will not want  any  ������    (Contributed.)  Some eleven    members  of the  East Kootenay District   were at  Moyie Thursday   and .Friday   of  this week.     Rev.   J.   H. White,  D. D., Supt. of Methodist Missions  for B. C , was also present,     ltev.  W. L. Hall, B. A. B.D.,   of Fernie,  chairmamof the district, welcomed  a number... of. men.     Rev.   J.  F.  Rutherford, B. A., of Creston and  Rev. J.  Wesley  Miller, B. A, of  Moyie, who have come from other  parts of .B. C,   into  'the   district  since June 1st.    Rev. G. T. Cheno-  weth, B. A.,of   Michel    has   just  come   from   Toronto University  with a gold medal, and is an ordained married man, whose wife  is a graduate in. medicine.     Rev.  Lee of Hosmer is a new man from  ���England, who has had considerable  experience and splendid power as  a preacher.   Mr. Johnson now   in  Elko has just come from Toronto  and is made; of   the   right   stuff.  Another man is on   the   way  to  take    work ;. at   Marysville  and  points near Cranbrook.     Recommendations ', were \ passed asking  for grants .of   money': from ..the  mission board; neceesary. to carry  on the work;   All the towns made  a   substantial    advance    in the  money   to be raised for  church  purposes.��������� The new brick chinch  There are 36,000 meni working  on the Panama canal and it will  be finished in 1913.     :'.���/?;.  O. L. Knight & Co., have a six  months' diamond drill contract in  the Le Roi mine ab Rossland.  A silver dollar dated-1798 was  taken in by a Kansas  City street  r  ing  The members of the newly organized fire brigade are doing excellent work. From a balance in  the treasury, of $61.45/ they have  now built up a fund of ��466.45,  This money was raised by public  subscription, and th6re is more  yet to come. All persons approached, whether property  holders or not, have been liberal  in their donations. Following is  a list of those contributing and  the amounts contributed:  $25���P F Johnston, Desaulnier  Bros, MacEachern & Macdonaid,  McTavish & Cameron, Taylor &  Bonner, Philip Conrad, TUnsome  it Campbell, Imperial Bank of  Canada, Moyie Brewery. -  ��20���J W Fitch, P .Burns & Co.  $5���F J Smyth, E G Gwynne,  O F Desaulnier, B A Smith, Roberts & Messinger, R Campbell,  A'B Stewart, G Stewart, Crowe  Bros & Co, D A Ayres, J P Farrell.  .   $4���Sam Potter, Henry Sait.  $3���H A Rotramel, H Kelly, G  i W Whibehead, J   Cavanaugh,   T  P Hughes, E Mark, Gordon Foster.  $2.50���1-1 A Deagou, F J Tanner,  Wm Jewell, Thos Summers.  $2���W B Laing, AL Wilson,'. J  Abwood, A J Fleming, Ed Berg-  land, John. Taylor, K F Oxley,  Dr  '*})&!&<2Ii<��^��i4��it&4Zni4LZ-��:4��i&i  OVERALLS  NONE BETTER.  Guaranteed to  give  satisfactory service.  No matter what overalls you  have been in the habit of wearing or how much they cost, you  do not know satisfaction until  you wear  Garments.  !  MacEachern & Macdonaid.  i ''."��������� ���  '?Z?^^^7^^-*r-*>''*r'*r'-'r-'*''->**V'*r'*'''t''''r'^'^'*r'*f''*''^'-  aken in oy a ixau&sts  v ������<���-'  -*<'���uuu   ...      -r t->  nr    i      n   -p^ui-  .    t iJ-i��� n^var>r i Asslestine, J B Macdonaid,  Robb  ���ailway conductor, while collecb-. f-30   =u     '  ��� y \ ��� | Sbrachan, Geo Routh,   A   L   Mc-  fares.      v i  ���  - ;!Inbyre.  The   Phoenix Steam- Laundry>    $i_John McKenzie, Mrs Sals-  Joe. Wilson's Death.  Creston Men  Buy Park.  Creston Review:     At last the  Five hundred persons would be j business heads of   Creston  have  Company, Limited,  haV,assignedi  to Albin Almsbrom f or 'the bene-  fit of its'creditors.  trom, W L Lucas, W HF Crosby,  Edward Lee, W L . Reid, W. C  Oliver, T A Sandwitb, A W Lub-  ner, R H Hawke,   Harry. Brown,  a conservabive estimate of the  number who attended the funeral  of the late Joseph Wilson at Creston Wednesday afbernoon. Mr.  Wilson had been provincial constable at Creston for almost 12  years, and was liked by everyone.  Even with the Indians, in that  vicinity his word was : law, for  they always found in him a faith       ;, Iner,Ril rLawue,   narry. jjrowu, |,iiueji uiwaj'-iuui��� "������'"����� ��   Robert W. Service, who wrote j John F-sher) r). galder, John Fer-If ul friend.   Rev. Philip C.   Hay-  ia "Sontrs of Sourdough," has is-L<*iin,. Frank Beesech,   R   Harail- man, vicar of the Church of Eug-  " i oglia, Frank Beesegh,  sued another book^of poems' en-|toUj .Algot  Johnston,  P.  Lutner,  titled ,rBft"lladg"'"of"a'tJh'eeehako."jj--WalcerSi "  His book.had a sale of 40,000,  other.  Remember it can only be had at  *rV COME AND'SEfc' US  REGARDING PRICES  ** MOYIE'S   LEADING   HOTEL. it,  I  I  E. M. Sandilands, a well known  figure in'the boom days of the  Slocan, is said to stand a good  show of being appointed government agent of oue of the districts  on Queen Charlotte Islands1.  Burning of Rome.  The best of accommodations  for the Traveling Public.  Large and Commodious Sample Rooms.  Billiard Rooms.  J McTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors. ��  Anyone who has used Stanfield's Unshrinka'ble Underwear  will ask Jor it again: reasons, 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  time to get your size. We carry the Geo. A. Slater In-  victus shoes and 2J0 Century Clothing.  Capital Authorized  $10,000,000. ��  Capital Paid Up  5,000,000  a Reserved Fund  5.000.000  �� BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA,       Cranbrook.   Arrowhead, Golden. Kam-  1b ^oops,  Michel, *:*cw liidhcl, Pernie. Nelsou, Revelstoke. Victoria, Vancouver  I Savings Bank Department.  ��� Interest allowed on deposits at current rate from date of  v  g       deposit.  I     Drafts and Money Orders sold on all paris of Ihe Worid.  |MOYIE BRANCH.      J. F, M, PINKHAM, Manager.  at Pernie .costing   abon^^$T87000"  will be ready for opening   during  October.   This church is   one   to  be   proud   of   and   being fully  equipped to carry on the work of  au institutional-church   we  are  hoping for great things for Forme.  A lengthy discussion took place  ou    the    question   of   the   best  methods for doing , work in mining towns.   It was agreed by all  that tke present method of the  different denominations   striving  to outstrip one   onother   was   a  great loss and a disgrace, and it  was resolved that  the time had  come when a change should take  place in some   of   the   towns   at  least.   A commission has  already  been appointed to investigate the  sibuation and   a conference with  the Presbyterian church  September   loth,   it is hoped will help  settle the question of churches in  the towns of the Crows Nest.   For  instance the   Methodists have   a  scheme for building a church in I  Michel with a gymnasium, reading room   and refreshment room  which would cost $10,000.     This  is the   only   way   to   handle   it,  otherwise there is no reason why  a minister should waste valuable  energy and time in a losing game.  The     ministers    enjoyed their  stay very much in Moyie.     They  spent a few hours on the lake and  area bright and cheerful crowd  and mean business.  Pabst beer was the representative American beer chosen for ex-  elusive sale at the Golden "West  and American Industries Exhibition being held ab Earl's court,  I^ndSnTTihgiandr^  "The Fall of Rome," is the way  some-people in Moyie puc it when  the Italian village . south of the  Sb. Eugene concentrator. was  wiped out by fire last Saturday  night about midnight. Some 13  shacks, built in a continuous  string, went up in smoke. They  had been built oub of   slabs,   bar-  Thetrial of an oil-burning locomotive on the Southern Pacific  has proved so satisfactory that  the company has decided to retire  all the coal burners 'on the Salt  Lake division. The. change will  be made immediately.  The short term: prisoners in  Manitoba jails are to be released  on promise of going to- work at  once in the harvest fields and  working a stated number of days.  Those complying will receive the  usual wages.  rell^ staves . and~boxcar doorsT  The town fire brigade and the  mill men turned out and guarded  against the spread of the fire. '- Ib  is not likely the shacks will be  rebuilt, nor is it likely they could  get permission' from the company if they did wish to rebuild  them, These Italians draw, good  wages and can well afford to put  up respectable looking houses if  they choose to do so.  Four Straights.  land, conducted the funeral cer  emanies, and interment was in  the- litcle cemetery-near -town.  The Odd Fellows, of which deceased was a member, marched in  a body and there were 42 in number. The Moyie lodge was re-  presentad by Louis Collin, Edward Hubt, Con Caser, Oswall McDougall and F. J. Smyth,  The late Constable Wilson was  born in England 37 years ago.  He was the first consbable ab Kuskanook, assuming office there iu  1897 during tbe construction of  the Crow's Nest Pass railway. In  the jajnejyear he came into promi-  donc something definite  towards)  securing   a permanent park site  for Creston.   A beautiful piece of  land   near   Erickson, which has  all the   necessary  attributes for  the desired objecb, such as shady  trees, running water, a level   expanse for horse racing  and ath-.  I letic purposes has been secured  (near Robb. Long's   ranch.    This  will bo fixed up in   a few weeks,  bub it will not be ready, of course,  for the celeb3ation this year:    -  Times Good   at   Yahk.  The Nelson Steam Laundry, of  which P. Nipou is proprietor, has  in transit a car of up-to-date  laundry machinery which, when  installed, will give him one of tho  best equipped laundry establishments between Winnipeg and the  coast.   Haywood Tonight.  The following shows the result  of- Moyie's baseball team's good  work recently:  At Nelson, August 20���Score,  Moyie 14, Nelson 7.  At Nelson,   August   21���Score,.j  Moyie 20, Nelson 3.  A.t Rossland, August 22���Score  Moyie, IS,  Pv.ossland 0.  At Moyie, August 28���Score  Moyie 0, Hosmer 0.  nence by the arresb of" a man]'  named Doyle on a charge of murder, who was subsequently  hanged in Nelson. From Kuskanook the late Constable Wilson  removed to Cresbon where he has  since acbed as deputy mining recorder in addition to fulfilling his  dubies as provincial police constable. Death was caused by  over exertion on the part of the  deceased while out on a prospecting trip with Brock Moran of  Creston some ten days ago, during  which the heat was most inbense,  rendering the journey an excep-  tionall hard oue. Nephritis set in  while the deceased was in the  Cranbrook hospital, resulting  fatally.   Sam Benzie, manager of the  East Kootenay Lumber Co.'s sawmill at Yahk, was in Moyie the-  first of the week looking for a  house for his family in order that  he might send his children to  school. Ho will probably move  his family here for the winter.  His company is employing 75 men,  and times at Yahk are good.  Special Rates far Ten Days.  A round trip rate of a fare and  a third has been granted by all  railroads for visitors to Spokane  during the Interstata Fair, from  September IS to 28, although tho  Interstate Fair runs bub for the  week September 20 to 25.  Treatment   Ry Proxy.  "My doctor ordered   a  trip  to-  Europe  for me.'  "And you took- it?"  "No. Ho presented his bill and  took the trip to Europa himself.''  ���Boston Trtnscript.  Thanksgiving  Day.  Got Good Appointment  Win.    D.    Haywooil, formerly  secretary of the   W.  F.   M.,   and  one of the victims of the Colorado  and Idaho mine  owners conspiracy a few years ago, is billed to  speak tonight in Morley hall.   He  will   review   the  history of the  Western   Federation   of Miners,  and will deal   with  the   famous  trial at Boise, in which ;he was  the   central   figure.     Everybody  will be pleased with the  opportunity of seeing and   hearing Mr.  Haywood and he can be assured  of an   interested   audience.     An  admission   of   25    cents   will   be  charged.     Ladies   free.     In   all  Miners' Election  Today.  Moyie Miners' Union is holding  its regular semi annual election today. The members are also balloting on the proposition as to  whether or nob they will build a  new hall.  Thanksgiving Day will be ob.  served on Monday, October 25,,  this year.  WANT 15D -Every woman to  know tho comfort nnd tlio satisfaction which Spirella corsets  give.   Apply, Mrs. Ben Brosseau.  Miners  Work  Tomorrow.  The miners at the St. Eugene  will work tomorrow, and the  mine and mill will be closed down  Monday, Labor Day.  Game Season Opens.  Constable P. G. Routh and wife  have gone to Vernon to reside.  Mr. Routh ha3 received his   ap- ���  pointment as chief constable of' probability another meeting will (  bhevernon district, with head-'be held in McGregor hall Sunday;  'quaiters ab Vernon. ' morning at 10 tfcloek.  On Wednesday the game season opened for the killing of deer,  ducks, geese and snipes.  The St. Eugene Payroll.  Wc qa 11 attention.   $  to the fact that  we have received  some very stylish  suits of the  RELIANCE   BRAND  and before purchasing your fall suit you would  do well to look over these goods.  THE DAY LIGHT STORE.  ROBERTS & MESSINGER  Thepaproll at  the  St.  Eugeno,,,. ^  mine next Friday will amount, to. j^-^-gj-^^gjg^jg^^  $39,000. ,XTO.LEA-D3^,.!iX0.Y^"li, .BRITISH COLUMBIA-  : :'n  .ttjrj^rirsjmni^rxuxsxrsxs^tmvvMT^^  rati i j ;.;.:v^-j^!3^^.'n?^.^r.iuj^v7^r?r/n'i-^.^r.,^:ia ss* rg^frirr:%*7yc:;^v:r.v;r^rm>r:g��^  7��^UJI^^awii^c^j^U^aBSS^^  JS7^tf^:-:J^';-tll-:ttlfsrirg>'7p'a-H  If 'I0I1S IMiL  in  .Published in tueinteresl of the people  * "of Moyie'ami Ens't Ebotena'y.'  nob be attended "to/'more clerk"'  should be provided to do the  business  '*'  Fortune ieilinq  F. J. SMYTH. P'ym.iai-KK.  ^--oiire-i--^''  RATI:   OF   KUIISCKII'TION  Orae Tear  ��2.00  SATURDAY,  SEPT., i, 1909.  LABOR DAY.  Organized    labor    from   every  point of view is absolutely iiist  ���It is   of  importance   because   it  ij-ives  tho  laboring   mart better  /wages, and . better wage3 means  'more of tho comforts of life; and  ''education'-for HV* children.   ' This  'means better citizens, and better  ���citizens'    means ' better ' govern-  'menb.   Labor is honorable. Labor  ���ha9 ibs rights.   No just mah will  -deny labor the right "to form it-  \selr into organizations  so as to be  in position-to defend its interests.  ���In union'there is strength.     If  ���capitalists   'ma-y ��� combine,   why  may   nob   the1' working   classes?  Bub all dissension's between  c:ipi  tal and labor should be  as far as  possible   obviated/'     Labor   and  capital   are  naturally -dependent  >one upon the other:  - The wealth  of capitalists   could   not operate  our   mines   without   the musclo  . aud the strong arm of the miner.  And wice ��� versa,    the   pyhsical  strength'of the miner would be  unavailing- without  the financial  aid ''of' the 'wealthy   individuals  ;6r companies. '      ; '  '   Next  Monday   will  be  Labor  Diy, and-it  should be generally  "* hbsoryed-by all who.toil..t , ;..  The other day in Winnipeg J.  J. Hill was speaking in behalf ofj  the American settlers at''a ���banquet at'the Canadian Club. He  said: "Don't bo afraid you won't  get peo'ple. There is uo other  pluco ou the American continent  where they can go. But'don't ti\y  to get people who will havo to be  recivilized'. It is a long and hard  job to ������sdimilat'i a foreign population," conLiiiui.nl Mr. llill.  "Tiiiwo who i:uuici from our Western btated speak your 'language  aud know your institutions. I  am sure they will quite rapidly  fall into your loe.U municipal organizations and as a rule you can  collect a judgement from them."  And Hill is   right.  Docs not take into consideration the one essential to women's happiness���womanly health.  Thc woman who neglects her health is neglecting the  very foundation of all jjood fortune. For without health  love loses its lustre nnd gold is but dross.  V/flfnanly health when lost or impaired ijiay generally bfe  regained by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.  ' Tliis Prescription has, for over VO years,  �����>3e*" paring delicate, v/ealc, pain.wrackctt  women,   by the hundreds  of thousands  and this too in the privacy of their homes  without their having to submit to indell*  cafe questionings arid offensively repug.  nant examinations..  Sick women arc invited ip consult Dr. Pierce by letter free.  All correspondence hele as sacredly confidential. Address World's Dispensary  Medical Association, It. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y.  ,' Dr. Pierce's Great Family Doctor Book, The People's Common Sense  Medical Adviser, newly revised up-to-date edition���1000 pages, answers in  Plain English hosts of delicate questions which every woman, single or married,  jught co know about. Sent free, in plain wrapper to any address on receipt of  31 one-cent stamps to cover mailing only, or in cloth binding for 50 stamps.  Kvery good client is a producer.  . ... ���  - ���>������  . i ���   .  It is a delighb to get a schooner  off the bar.  Iv'mdness has converted more  sinners'' than zeal, -eloquence or  learning.���The Catholic Advance.  The editor was dying, bub when  -thb-doctor.bent^pj^j^u^^pjtvced  his ear- to his breast and remarked: "Poor'Old man, circulation' almost gone," the 'dying  man arose'and said "You an* a  liar,'we've gofcthe largest circulation in the province."      -   '      ;  The people of Creston have ib  figured!/'but'that as soon "'as the  O.' P. -R. builds ibs road from  Kootenay Landing' to Proctor  there is-every possibility of Ores-  ton being'selected as a divisional  point. 'There is nothing like  being ambitious.  "Dr. Woodruff; surgeon and  major in the United States army,  has discoveredthat fair hair and  blue eyes are 'nob marks of innocence.- He say the jails are  full of blondes,, who have fallen  into poverty, disease and crime.  It has'also been discovered that  blondes 'are decreasing in'number, e'venin Get-many. All the  same ��� the Toronto Star opines  that dramatists will hesitate to  introduce a blue-eyed villain'with  a'blond.e moustache abusing the  connden.ee o�� a swarthy  heroine.  Creston Review: Complaints are  being fecorded'here almost weekly over the great delay iu recording deed* and other 'instruments  at the'Land Registry oiii-i- at  Nelson. One resident of Creston  has now a deed in' that' Luid  Registry office for more than 'six  months and yet ibis nob recorded  If the business' ab tlie Nelson  Band Registry office is so 'congested that outside business   can-  s ro.  W. G. Wells, new lieutenant  governor, is well known in political circles in this province.  For some years he was a resident  of Pdlli.-e:', near Golden, where  he was the proprietor of some  largo lumber mills and timber  limits. In the provincial election  of 1S98 he contested the Columbia riding and was defeated by 1(5  votes by \Y. G. Neilson, who however, did not live to take his  seat in the house. Mr. Wells in  the bye-election which followed,  was elected and was again successful in 1900, when he won out  ���against: Armstrong and Burnett.  In the election of 1903 Mr. Wells  was elected-by acclamation.  He was given rank as a cabinet  minister under the Dunsmuir  regime in ��� June, 19Q2, as chief  commissioner of lands'and works  and continued in that position  'under the Prior ministry, which  was formed in November of the  same year. He resigned in May.  1903. ��� ;  From that time until about IS  months ago the new lieutenant  governor lived at;Pttliser, managing his lumber business. lie sold  this, together with his timber limits and in 1907 came to Nelson to  reside at Hume wood ranch, on the  the Granite road,    ���  It is understood that it is Mr.  Wells' intention to. iuvite his  brother and s-isteiMn-lavv, Mr.  and Mrs. J. Douglas Wells of Chicago, to reside with him ab government house, Victorias' where  Mrs. Wells'- will act as hostess.  The different varities of fruit outlined below are  travelling fast. We ave receiving fresh lots daily  and as the fruit is of the best quality and the  price as low as any, you should not hesitate about  leaving us your order.  LO. O. F.  Meets Tubsday evenings in McGregor  hull on   Victoria, street.    Sojourning  Otltl Follows cordially invited.  Louis Coi.lin. F. J. Smyth.  Noble Grand. Secr'y.  rit. Eugejuo I.nclgo No. HI  ^i\  #g��&   K. of P.  '-a?��m   ���>.  '    Meets evsrv Thursdny  VjS;'ilP  \*i?0g&i, evenin.  ^I^SSav    hull "I S  o'clock.   Vi;  N^.feyf-      "line brothers invited.  g    in   McGregor  ---8_  P. J, McAlpine,  Oliaii���fillor Com.  E. A. Hill  K.lt.iiw s  Peaches,  Fancy Large Elbertas,  Per box  $2.00  Peach Plums,  4 basket crates,  Per crate  1.75  Green Gage Plums,  4   '���  Per     ';  1.75  Apples,  Ko. 1 Wealthy's  Per box  2.25  Crab-ap^ics  fi        ii  2.50  Italian Prunes,  i"       ,"  1.25  Pears,  .(t        t f  2.75  Get  the habit.  G-o to  Sulklrk Tjoilgu, >'<>��� ">"i  a. i". & a. ar.  Regular meetings  on tlie first Wednesday of each  month.  Visiting brethern welccme.  G. T. McGregor, W. M.  D- A. Ayres, Secretary.  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  =p  vu4!i  t  On September 14th and 15th  Cranbrook will hold her big race  meeting aud agricultural fair.  Large prizes are being oifered and  the people of the district are very  enthusiastic. All of the ranchers and fruit growers of East  Ko3tenay are working to make a  big display so as to show what  this district can produce. The  horsemen have interested the  racing people of Western Canada  aud the Northwestern States and  in- eousequenco thero will be a  fine showing on the track. Gran-  brook has a reputation for making good on any entertainment  that she attempts and tho people  in charge of the fair thi* year  propose to do better than was  ever done in this city before.  The Goat. Comes First.  Switzerland is the only country  ���,in the world where the goat! is  placed ahead of all other animals.  If a boy plagues a goat, he can  bo fined and sent to jail. If a  person meets a goat on a path  and drives him aside, lis' can be  arrested. If a goat enters the  yard of a person, nob his owner,  and h hit with a club or stone,  tha person guilty of tho offense  must pay thirty cents. " If the  engineer of a railroad train sees a  goat on the track, the tra;n must  halt until tho animal can be  coaxed or moved.  Spokane Interstate Fair, September 20th to 25.  Westminster Fair, October 12th  to ICbh.  Nelson Fair. Sept. 22, to 25th.  Cranbrook Agricultural Society  Fair, September 14th and 15th.  Victoria's Annual Exhibition,  September 20th to 25th.  Labor Day,���Creston, Rossland  and Fernie.   September 0th.  "������ Meeting- of Forestry...Commission, Cranbrook, 'September" Ti'th  and 15th.  National Apple Show, Spokane,  Nov. 15 aud.20:  INTERNATIONAL  This hotel.is now tfnder new  management, and is first class  in every respect.  TAYLOR, & BONNER  Harvey,    McCarter &  Macdonaid.  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  Cranbrook.   -   - " B. C.  HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO  ESTABLISHED 1867  B. E. WALKER, President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000  Reserve Fund, -   6,000,000  A GENERAL BANLNG BUSINESS TRANSACTED AT ALL BRANCHES  DRAFTS AND  MONEY ORDERS sold, and money transferred by  telegraph or letter.  COLLECTIONS made in all parts of Canada and in foreign countries.  FOREIGN BUSINESS.    Cheques and drafts on the United States,  Great Britain and other foreign countries bought and sold.     123  CRANBROOK BRANCH. R. T. BRYMNER, MGR  Regular watches sold aud 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 $10.00is good value  We invite you to examine our stock.  W. E. GTTRD,  BARrUSTKU. SOLICITOR, BTC.  CRANBROOK.  B. C  PROriUETOKS.  Victoria Street.  MOTIF.  SEND. YOUH   WORK   TO  THE  X. T. McVi'tUe-,C.B.i"* h. S.        II. Y. *"arkcr.,'.C  McVITTIE & PARKER  --   PnoviNCiAT. Laxd__Sur.veyi**g   ;  RAILWAY  &  MINING'   ENGINEERING  Estimates Furnished.  '.OFFICES  Fort Steele P. O. Box 25. '  Cranbrook P. O. Box 11.  STEAM  NELSON  All White Labor.  Laave. work with the   local agent  A, B, STEWART.  Thos, Summers  Cigars,   Tobacco,  Fruit and  Confectionery.  TOYS.   NOTIONS   ETC.  South  Victoria   St.  Stoto  GO   YEARS"  fflfflSSSfik-EXPERIENCE  Are You Thinking  of Buying a Typewriter?  IF SO BUY AN  U  9?  $125.      EASY   PAYMENTS,  F.J.SMYTH,  Agent            Moyie  BUY  YOUK  C"AD1* M.".I?KS  Designs  Copyrights #c:.  Anyonfisending a skolrh nnd ���Jcscrlplir.n ran?  quickly u-iuertiiiii our opinion ."roe wheUier an  invominn la prohnfoly P'Uyntiiblo. Oonmumlcn-  tions au-iotlyconlldcntliil. Handbook on I'at.enta  Eent f i ec. Oldest ncesics' lor securing puteato.  Patent!) tuiien t.lirouirh Muim &. Co. rtcsl--^  SJ>ccia! notice, -vll.hout chnrHC. in tho  Stieittiffc litritaii  A nnnd3,nmoly Hlnptv.ilod wnoklv. J.n^c^t cln  dilation of any scienlMa 'ounial. 'J'ornty. $3 ��  year- four months, "L Sa dbyull tioTndraaorfj  WMt Co.3B,E'--^ New 'im  HvJiuch Or7!e�� <&2 V Si^^^'-fa-ya. n. C.  ��� WANTED���Boys and ' girls to  send for'a free sample copy of  Western Life and act as agents in  country districts. Good commission allowed. Address: Tho Citizen Printing and Publishing o.,  2122 Granville St., Viinconvcv, B O  R. H. DWYER,  Undertaker    and ;  Embaljier  With CO-Ol'KItATIVE STOIIES  CRANB1100K, B: C.  gars  DR. r. B. MILES,  Cranbrook, B, C.  George H Thompson,  Barrister,-   Solicitor  Notary Puijlic, &o. .  CRANBROOK,      British Columbia  W. R. BEATTY  Embalmer and -Undertaker,  Phone 9. CRaNBKOOK.  - H.'.G. GARRETT,  Solicito):. Npi-AHY Public, Etc  ,.'CRANBROOK.  At MOYIE, over Postoffice, Tuesday afternoon and. Wednesday  ln^miu"g'"eve'rySveekT=i;==f===-=====  FROM  . B. S  Ciiaraberlaiii's Oous'n flamsdv  Cii'-ss Co-.d;), Croup f,.-.a V-Iivopicr. -^JUgh.   .  IS THE GREATEST  THEATRICAL i SHOW PAPER  m THE WORLD.  $4.00 Per Year.    Single Copy, 10 Cts.  ISSUED WEEKLY.  Sample Copy Free.  FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (LW),  AiBKRTJ BORIE, PUI'LISHEI'J*,  GENTLEMEN���  If you want a stylish, tip  to date tailor made suit, call  and inspect our fall goods  before ordering elsewhere.  We  guarantee all  Our Work.  Cleaning,      repairing and  pressing done.  Prices Right.  B. C  I   III      B   WV  Merchant Tailor  MOYIE,  ���TH1&-  IB  DESAIJt*\TIKK    UliOS.   fops.  Liirge sample room in connection  with house for commercial me a. BeBt  of ar*comrr.od-ition.  Heudg.unrter8 for   Com-*  , mercial and Mining Men-,.  Q'!ESNS       A.VE>I**"*, Mf-^I-S^i o  Practical Watchmaker and Jeweller.  Victoria St., South. MOYIE.  Why Pay More  '������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-day.  Selling just now at 36 cents.   Limited numbers to  each  customer.  lu  itores  Ba9&3zaaxsazxQ3��rEE��=axszxzz=a��s=a��uxsctxaaiz&QEaskSKE��  rjrjanBaaaBawsy  As-made^by^the^prAseilt^rey^erj^dmitt        the  Best Beer in East Kootenay.   Withlih^BestllalF  and the Purest Spring Water it is unexcelled for  quality.   Insist on having Moyie Beer.  BOTTLED AND DRAFT BEER-  n  w  r\  \J  MUELLER & HESSE,   PROPS.  ��  P. F. JOHJVSTOJY  * This Hotel is New and well Eurnished   The  Tables are Supplied with the Best the  Market affords. The Bar is Pilled with  the .best Bran'ds of Liquors and Cigars.  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  (S*  CD-'  8"  ��  t*  et  t  ��-  Q>-.  ��'  AND MINING MEK  MOTTB  l'KJTISn COLOMBIA  .ij����,e����a������es'3ttso0��3��'i)a@������9����������9��9������������<B��-  General Contractors, Builders  and Repairers  Estimates Cheerfully Furnished,  Bo  C.  vJ THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Boon to  Hit ^ith Launch Crank.  An air-cooling device which can  reduce   the   temperature    in   an  apartment twelve   degrees in  a  few minutes has loeen perfected  by Dr. William J. Manning, rnedi-  ���cal   and   sanitary oulcer of the  government printing  office.    Dr i  Manning is not seeking  commercial advantage   from his   invention, but purposes its free use for  the benefit of humanity.    He has  already gained prominence in the  United   States   and   abroad for  other inventions designed to promote health and prevent suffering, and has received premiums  and honorable mention from foreign government.  The Dr. Manning referred to in  this article is a sou of Mrs. Manning, now residing in Moyie,' and  a brother of Mrs. A. P. M.acdon-  ald.   The article   is  taken from  the   Evening  Scar,  Washington,  D. C '  His   latest   device for rapidly  lowering the temperature of tbe  air has been erected in the  emergency   hospital   at   the   government   printing   office,  which institution is also   of   his   creation.  Those who have seen the device  demonstrated   say   it   will be   a  great   boon for   hospital wards,  crowded workrooms in factories,  offices   and   other   places   where  men and women toil.     Dr. Manning will not patent the device  and any one may use it.  The cooling apparatus is  based  on the principle of the cooling effects of the evaporation of water.  Suspended   from   the ceiling of  the    emergeucy   hospital in the  . ���    Roverument printing   office is   a  strip of cotton twil in   a verticle  plane three feet wide   and  forty  feet in length.   Through a hem in  the upper edge he has run a tube  one inch in   diameter   and   perforated on tho bottom with holes  oue inch apart and one-eighth of  'in   inch'  in   diameter.     At  the  lower edge of this  strip  of  cloth  is a metal  trough, o   Connecting  the tube  wibh the water faucet  by means of   a   common   rubber  hose,   water   is passed through,  and     percolating     through   the  holes, trickles down through the  fibers   of the   cloth, thoroughly  saturating it in a few moments.  The trough is inclined  silghtly,  and the flow   from the cloth is  run off through an outlet  at   the  lower end.    Thus a moist area  of  great extent is produced, and all  that   is  necessary  is   to   induce  rapid evaporation. .    This  is accomplished by  Dr.   Manning by  means of two electric fans, one at  each end of the  strip.    As these  ace    set    in   motion    the   cloth  screens,    saturated   with   water,  ^^^^.^^mpidly^vibrates and ripples  and  Vernon Larter, son of  Mr.  and  Mrs. R. W.  Larter,  of Whitensb,  Mont.,   was so   severely injured  while   working with a   gasoline  engine in a launch that he died  within a short time     He was endeavoring   to   start the engine,  when the starting crank ilew off,  hitting him in the face.     He was  taken to'the hospital  and placed  under the influence of chloroform,  that the doctors might dress the  wound, but he died before regaining consciousness.      He   was  13  years old.    His father is   a   well  known Great Northern engineer.  Chamberlain's Cougfi. Remedy  Cures Colds. Croup and Whooping Cough.  We can print for you  Letterheads, Envelopes, Memo  Forms  Bills, of  Pare,  Invoices, Business-  Cards,  Everything in fact,  As cheaply, neatly aud quickly  As anyone,else.  Call us up by telephone and we  Avill send around; or if .you  pefer call on  .'....-.  waves in the breTze'c'feKted^by'  the fans. Thus the water is  quickly evaporated, and as the  flow is continuous the process ot  cooling goes on without interup-  tion.  The  installation  of the device I  can be accomplished as small cost,  the  materials being inexpensive  and    the   work   of   construction  simple.  Dr. Manning, who has   already  ���won    prominence    through    his|  methods and devices for  improving the health and comfort of the  5,000 employes of bhe Government.  Printing office, is not seeking commercial, advantage   from his invention,    but  generally   without  restriction    offers   the device to  the public, and to all who care to  take advantage   of   it.     Having  once been   a printer,  he sympathizes to the full extent with  the  discomforts endured by workers,  and wishes to do   all   he   can   to  allieviate    their      conditions   of  labor.  Willing   Inspectors.  A Kansas editor wanted to announce that church attendants on  the following Sabbath  would be  permitted to   inspect   the   "most  beautiful   stained glass windows  in the West."   The printers made  it read "the most beautiful,  stunning  grass widows,"  and before  the singing of tbe first hymn the  next Sunday the sexton found it  necessary to hand out the S. R. O.  sign.���Aurora, (111.) Beacon.  King May Aid Straw  Hat.  Philadelphia Press: Now that  Xing Edward VIT., has authorized  the wearing of a soft hat with a  frock coat perhaps the straw hat  ���md the overcoat, which havo  pone together on several days of  ^ite, may obtain tho approval of  the same arbiter of sty!'-.  "The^Moyie-beader^  a EnrTTTinr-'flir ���"-�������� '*'wnTwaTw�����?--��~ mm��� wr-M-awm  WHAT IS MORE BEAUTJLb'UJL  ���TBQK MOTHER LOVE?  A mother's worries are  rcyiny.   Sho  sometimes forgets h��r own bodily discomforts because of her overpowering  love for the child.   Sho becomes broken  down, sleepless, nervous,  irritablo and  feels tired from morning until   night.'  Many mothers of experience can tell you  that at.such a time they havo been relieved, benefited and strengthened and  put into proper health by taking a prescription which their mothers had told  them was tho only woman'E tonic to be  taken at such times.   Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has enjoyed an enviable reputation for over a third of a century.   In all that time it has sold more  largely in tho United States than any  other tonic for woman's needs, and today its sales aro greater than ever.  In favor of Dr. Pierce's medicines is tho  frank, confiding, open, honest statement  of their full composition, giving every ingredient in plain English, without fear of  successful criticism and with confidence  that tho good senso' of the afflicted will  lead them to appreciate this honorable  manner of confiding to them what they  aro taking into their stomachs when  making use of theso medicines.  ALCOHOLIC TONICS.  A great many women feeling tho need  of a tonic take a cocktail, whisky, or  what is just as bad, some widely advertised compound, containing a large percentage of alcohol. Doctor Pierco's  ! medicines aro guaranteed to be entirely  ! free from alcohol or narcotics���made of  roots which cannot harm tho most delicate system but havo a wholesome, life-  giving, tonic-effect upon tho system  Tonics made largely of alcohol interfere  with the digestion of certain foods, and  as closes increase the alcohol absorbed'gots  into the blood and shrinks tho red blood  corpuscles. As the blood feeds the nerves  tho nerves get improper nourishment and  tlie mother becomes nervous. As tho  nerves suffer so does the skin.  Better stick to a health-giving tonic  that has in the past third of a century  sold more widely than any other.  OPE** AS THE DAT.  What Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is made of.   Its ingredients are;  Golden Seal root, Lady's Slipper root,  Black Cohosh root, Unicorn root, Blue  Cohosh root, Chemically Pure Glycerine.  Hobart A. Hare, M. D., University of  Pa., says of Golden Seal���"Good in all  catarrhal conditions, as uterine catarrh,  leucorrhcea. etc." Prof. John King in tho  American Dispensatory says of   Black.  Cohosh root���another  important ingre-'  dient in-"Favorite Prescription:" "By its  special affinity for the female organs, it is  an efficient agent in suppression, in dys-  menorrhoea it is surpassed hy no other  drag, being of greatest utility in irritative  and congestive conditions of tho  appendages, characterized by dragging  pains, etc."  Prof. King says of Unicorn root, "have  found this plant to possess a decidedly  beneiical influence in cases of lassitude  with weakness or dull pain in the renal,  or lumbo-sacral (small of the back) region.  It is ono of our most valuable -.arronts,  acting as a uterine tonic, and gradually  removing abnormal conditions' while at  thc Siimu time it imparts tone' and vigor  to the reproductive organs. Hence, it is  much used in lcucorrlia>a, amenorrhea,  dysmenorrhea.  :���; a. rAnricro.AR fiiase  removed by it 1s'tho irritability *ind despondency, that often attends -'those' troubles. In. those cases in which there is  Solvice fullness, the aching, heiu-inc;-  own organs feel is -If they would fall  out of ihe body. Its action here is very  decided."  ...Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure biliousness, sick and bilious headache, dizziness, costiveness, or constipation of tho  bowels, loss of appetite, coated tongue,  sour stomach,-windy-bolchings,- "heartburn," pain and distress afterdating,'  and kindred derangements of tho liver,  stomach and bowels.  Persons subjected 'to any of theso  troubles should never ho without a vial  of the "Pleasant Pellets" at hand.-In  proof of their superior excellence it can  truthfully bo said that they a;i3 always  adopted as a household remedy after tho  first trial.  One littlo "Pellet" is a, iasatlve, two  arc cathartic. They regulate, invigorato  and cleanse tho liver, stomach and bowels.  As a "dinner pill," to promote digestion,  take ono each day. To relieve thc distress  arising,from overeating, nothing equals  ono. of these littlo "Pellets." They're  tiny, sugai--coatcd, anti-bilious granules,  scarcely larger than mustard seeds.  Dr.  Pierce's  Common Sense  Medical  Adviser will be sent free, paper bound, for  31 one-cent stamps, or cloth-bound for f>0  Stamps.   Over 1000 pages and illustrated.  ^AdcbxssJDr^E.^JPtarce, Buffalo, N. Y*  .���ssxsanssnaafiSQasnanrsastSMSiEsmxeajm-xntJifKwrz^^  ,-r~pnc*rK*FKr3ra?*annxri-&xtXf.  NOTICE.  at3ZV��U9EaiEC 3."M"rr*a��  CRANBROOK i.AXI) DISTRICT. 'PTRTRICT  OKSOUTIIKKS DIVISION, KASi1 "OOTEXAY  Take notice that Alex Joint Cb'sholm o  KiiiKepatc, R. C, occupation. Collector of It  M. Customs, Intends to tiin>ly. for permission to  vuri'lmso the following denei-ibed lands: -  CoimiH'iii'.iuirnt a post planted about t\<t mile  from Curzon, 11. C, In a Houthei-ly .direction ou  east iJde of C. P. R. Ry., thence wc-st'-JO cluilns:  thence south 40 chains, tlience cast about 7  chaius to O. 1\. R. Ily; thence following Fal  Ky.,-0chains northerly to point a( commence-  incur, and containing'0 acres of land more or  less. ALEXANDER JOUX OIIISIIOI.M.  Dated Juae7tli, 10OQ.  Paul J<mseiii Agent.  Our first aim is to sell real estate in Moyie.  We have unbounded confidence in the place,  and believe you will make no mistake in "buy  ing property here.  NOTICE.      .  oiuxrmooic land district,   pistiu  OI* southern division, east kootkn.v  Take notice that Albert Harnlmrdt or Uurzn  II. C, occupation,   Rancher,  Intends to apply  for permission to purchase the following    '������  scribed lauds:���  Commencing at a post planted south side of  (J. P. R. Rv., uboul J.j mile In an easterly direction from Curzon station, thence south 40  chain-; thenco west 4J chains; thence norty  uoout. 2"> chains to 0. P. H. Rv; thence following said Ity., 40 chains in nn easterly direction to point, of commencement, audcotitalnlu  K0 acres of laud, more or less.  ALBERT BARNHARDT  Dated June 9th, 1909  Pruit lands in thevicinity of Creston. a re prov  ing a winner. The fruit grown on these lands-  is the "best possible evidence of\the fertility of  the soil, I have maps ^and will be pleased to  quote prices.  I am handling several tracts of land in North  Vancouver Hecently I made a personal in  spection of these lots and can recommend  them as represented. Several of tnese�� can_ toe  sold for S25Q each. First payment $2o. balance to be paid at $10 a mouth. A plan oi  North Vancouver at this office.  NOTICE  CRANHUOOK ' LAND DISTRICT, DISTRICT  OF SOUTHERN DIVISION FAST KOOTENAY  Take notice that Paul Jensen of Curzon, 1). <-.,  occputlon, Rancher, intends to apply for. permission to purchase the followiug described  lands:���  Commencing . at a post planted about 50  chains from Curzon in a southerly direction on  north side of Moyie river thence south lOchalns:  thence west 70chains; thence north about 20  chains to Moyie river, theuce following Jloyin  river, in an easterly direction to point of com-  meucemeut and containing 100 acres of laud  more or less.  PAUL JENSEN,  Dated Juno Stli, 19C9.  NOTICE  CP.AN'BOOOK LAND DISTRICT, DISTRICT  OF SOUTHERN DIVISION EAST KOQTESA* .  TAKE NOTICE that Alfred Lee Ellison o  Trail, R.C.occupation,. refinery man, Intii'dst.  apply for permission to purchase ihe following  described lands:  Commencing at a. post planted on the south  side of Moyie river in a north westerly direction, oue mile from Kiucsgatc, 1!.C, thene  south "'0 chains; tlience west 20 chains: thenco  iiortli 20 chains to Moyie river; thenco following said river 20 chains in an easterly direction  to point of commencement and containing 40  acres more or less.  ALFRED LEE ELLISON.  '   (A?ont for) AlbKit Ilamhardt.  Dated August'14th, 1009.-  FRESH   AND   CTJKED  South \frican War Script is always a good buy. ��� I havo a  SpJ for sk Call in and 1 shall be pleased to quote you  a price  & CO  Limited.  MOYIE, B. C.  O.F. DESAULNIER  -DEALER-IS-  Several houses in good   location, and   the   best  of   terms,  can be arranged. | prompt -^VERY.  Queens'Ave.     MOYIE  OIL! FEES  I have a good list of houses in Moyie which I look alter.  Sometimes one or two arc vacant^ No harm to make enquiry if you are looking for a houso  Fire insurance is an absolute necessity, and anyone holding property should have it amply protected I represent  throe of the best board companies, the Canadian, thc  Norwich Union and the Sovereign.  The Air Aristocratic  is what young men are keen for.  CJ Correct dress helps a lot to achieve  it.  CJ Well made clothes arc sold every-  . where.  1 . Ci  1 *9 Well Styled Clothes are as rare as  White Blackbirds.  $j We stake everything on  Style  Distinction  | Good Form  | that's what makes Mail Attire CJothes  1 supreme in favor of the young men.  y CJ Tailored to order from $12 to $30.  6j Money back for any reason.  J"oJk*r   ��   B* ft  On sale by  J. Ty. BENNETT P. O. Box 93,  Fern-i&.B. C  Calls  at Movie every mouth.  Uo��. i  AIOVIB.  Phon-S 4  rJ.~W, FITCH ,T-HE LEADER, MO^^^BRmSJLgQL^g^:  ��  A pure grape cream of  tartar' powder. Its fame  is world-wide. No alum,  oiohatic aci"  tion as  purity T  ness of the food it raises  The folio-wing from tlie North  ShWLeader published at Chat-        (From, tltc C��� Hcral ,  V,am N B   will serve to recall to      Dr.  Connolly   returned   today    _   ..���_  tWmfnds'of   many   Koobenaians trom the Seattle exposition and LroUnd Kootenay Landing  John X'iMcKane, who'a few yeara | coast points. |    Moyie Odd Fellows intend hav  ���SSSeSSSS &9999999$99&99.9& �� S  1        LOCAL ASSAYS        "J  ���"f/:"*Sr*sS:*5-:**S-5S3Sg>$SSSSSSSS$i**i'y  .Tames Garden came down from  the North Star mine yesterday.  1\. G. Walker is expected   home  from Winnipeg in a few days.  The    new  Morley building   is  well under way.  Mrs. Woods and son have  gone  to the coast to live.  Miss Lois Gamble is home   from  Ros  .1. u.  There is talk   in   town   of   organizing a dancing school.  Chas. A. MaclC\y and wife,  left  yesterday for the coast,  There was another punk minstrel show in town last night.  The lumber is on the ground  for repairing the fire hall.  J. E. Gibbon is giving a dance  at his hotel at Yahk tonight.  Mike Campbell is expected  home from his trip to Ireland  today.  On Labor Day the postoffice  will be open from 5 to 6 in the  evening.  The dance last Tuesday evening  in aid of the Fire Brigade turned  out very satisfactorily.  Mrs. Fred Perkins arrived home  last Sunday from her visit with  relatives in Saskatoon  Nicely furnished rooms for  regulars. Restaurant in connection.   Over Gwynne's store  Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert and Miss  Irene Batt left Thursday for  Seattle to take in the fair.  R. Campbell spent a portion of  the week   duck   hunting    down  .���"OSi.  These Machines.  "P. J. DOWNED  Builder   &  Contractor  Estimates given.  C. S. Kl  '^*yw  MOYIE,  B. G,  Excursion Rates  Painter.   P a p e  Hanger and  Decorator  Estimates Given  Moyie, -���   B.  0.  MOYIE  The downward blow���  The rigid receiving surface���  The rigidy of the U-shaped type bar when the type strikes-  Make   The  o  TO  Seattle  The Heaviest And Best Manifolder Known  All the types travel in the same circumference- hence  the tenth or the fifteenth or the twentieth carbon copy is  in as perfect alignment as the ribbon sheet.  Compare Oliver manifolding with any other and see.  Price $125.00  Small payment down  and  balance,  easy  See  Local Agent  installments for  MOYIE  Corresponding rates from  other points  Tickets on sale daily, May 29th  to Oct.   14th.  Final return limit 15 days, but  not later than Oct 31st.  MOYIE  Boats for hire by  the Hour, Bay, or  Week at: reasonable  prices.  Canoes, Peterboroughg  and Skiffs.  GEO. ROUTH, Mgr.  Liberal   Stopovers Allowed.  azo,was one of the best known  men in the interior: '  ' "A cheque !bf-$il,00Q to Rev.  Mother Kane, as a donation towards the improvement? doDe  to the old building and an aid in  ���the1'erection of the contemplated  iiew one', i3 the way John Mc-  Kane showed his appreciation of  ^the valuable work done by the  Sisters of the Hotel   Di'eu,   Chat-  nam;'v  :  '���' Several   rears  ago  Lieut.-Gov  T-yeedie brought to the'attention  ''���'o��-'Jtfr.;3Wcii.une tho esciraabla   services rendered by the sisters, notwithstanding their   many disadvantages cause'd' by the  want of  funds necessary to equip their institution with modern   improvements.   Mr. McTxane promised   to  keep the matter in mind, remarking that in   the   near   future   he  Would    give   a   donation   which  would     enable   the 'sisters   and  -,medical .stan?'.to furnish  all the  Inoderri requisites   necessary for  the performance of their work.  '   One day this week a messenger  =from-the=Hotel=Touraine^broughL  to Mother Kane, at the hospital,  aletfcer   from' Mr.  McKahe containing' the cheque for $11,000.  "���"������ "Mr.- McKane also presented the j  Chatham1 Y;M. G. A.' with $200. f  with an offer   to double the amount if necessary.   It is reported  that Mr. McKahe also ; generously  .rembered  the    Natural   History  society.  '���'���-'.���i       .       :   ~ : .  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF  - EAST KOOTENAY" HOLDEN  AT CRANBBOOK.  Desaulnier vs. Shea.  For sale by tender.  . Lot O.TBlock 1, Map 067, Moyie  City, together with the dwelling  house erected thereon.  '"' Particulars and conditions of  of sale can be seen at the office of  the Court and copies obtained  from the undersigned and all bids  must be written on one of such  copies.  Bids must be in writing accompanied by.'currency or'a marked  cheque for 5 per cent' of the  amount bid and must reach the  Registrar"'of. the above Court before five p. m. of the 10th day of  September, 1909, in ah envelope  addressed:��� ' '    ' "  "The Registrar,  " ' '; County Court,  Cranbrook, B. C."  "Desaulnier vs. Shea."  '   "Bid."    '      ���'  Dated 27 th August, 1909.  x>   '' } ���'-"'���   l 'W. P.'OURD  Baker St. Cranbrook, B.  (j. Solicitor for the Plaintiff. "      ���'..- :i ;  A.B. Macdonaid has purchased ing a" spread after their regular  the Jos. McNabb property, as  Mr. [meeting ou September 21st  McNabb has been transferred to  Medicine Hat.  R. E. Beatie left yesterday for  Minneapolis on receipt of information that his sister, Mrs. Bopp,  was seriously ill.  It is expected that Dr. J. H.  King and wife will return to  Cranbrook.from their European*  trip about the first of October.  Dr. H. E. Hall spent "Wednesday luinting on his ranch -on St.  ?��Iary's Prairie: He reports ducks  as scarce but succeeded in returning with a fair bag.  R. Burns, of Burns Bros., of  this city, was united in marriage  to Miss Best, of New Zealand,  at. Vancouver on the 25th of  last month. Mr. and Mrs. Burns  are expected in Cranbrook the  first part of next week and will  reside in the residence prepared  for them on Baker Hill.  CHURCH OF   ENGLAND.  Service will be held tomorrow  morning in Morley hall at 10  o'clock.  PHILIP C HAYM AN,  (Vicar.)  METHODIST   CHURCH  Morning service, 11 o'clock.  Sunday school, 3 o'clock. Evening service, 7:30 o'clock. Morning subject, "God's Interest in  Ulan." Evening subjects, "If a  man will not work neither shall  he eat." "Give us this day our  daily Bread."  Rev. J. W. MILLER, B. A.  ��� Pastor.)  PRESBYTERIAN    CHURCH,  Services on Sunday at 11 a. m  and 7:30 p. m. Morning subject,  "The'Holy Spirit." Evening Subject, "A Life Worthy of tbe Gospel." Male voice Quartette will  sing, "Throw Out the Live Line."  Sunday School at 2:30 p. m. All  aro cordially invited to attend.  T. S. PATON,  (Pastor.)  METAL   MARKET.  Stores Will Close.  All the   merchants   in  have agreed to close their  ..sext.Monday.  Moyie  stores  New York���Bar  silver, 51    cts  Lead $475 Copper, 13   cts  London���Lead ��12, 8s 9d  Stock. Quotations.  I'LIOIStlED  By  1JEALE  Aurora  Onsoll'lnreri Smelters  Can. Golilficlds  Cranbrooli Ki'ro Brick  North Star  :   laWKLTi  'Bid  B'.OO  ���'6.  Mrs. Thos. McEarlaue and baby  are down at Bellvue, Alberta, on  a visit.  Edward Desaulnier sr. and Edward Desaulnier jr. are in ^Spokane and the Coeur d'Alene  country.  The youngest childl of Mr. and  Mrs. F. G. Long died at the Cranbrook hospital the first of the  week.  James Crosby is "erecting a  store building on the Frobus "lot"  just north of Tom Snmmers'  store.  Chas. Stagg expects to have his  four cottages on Campbell street  ready for occupancy by September 10th.  Chas. Little, at one time manager of P. Burns' shop here, is now  in the meat business with his?  brother at Owen Sound.  Father Beck did not hold  his  regular service in Moyie last Sunday r^He'has^been^in^Vancouver^l  attending the retreat.  "Wm. Jewell has been appointed  the Moyie agent for the Canada  West Coal Co., Limited, at Taber,  Alberta.  Mrs. (Dr.) Westwood and Miss  Westwood were visitors at the  home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H Laird  this week.  Louie Masse is in town. He is  just down from his farm in the  Bulkley valley, and will remain  here for the winter.  M. J. Gill this week purchased a  lot on Government street and will  immediately commence putting  up a new residence.  Sam Wormington is again in  Moyie after an absence of a year  or more, He was down in Texas,  Mexico and California.  Mrs. Conrad arrived home from  Missoula, Mont., Thursday evening. Her sister Mrs. Shaugh-  nessy and two children came with  her.    ���   ���       '���-  The office of the Society Girl  Mining Company is to be located  iu the Farrell building, formerly  occupied by the Co-Operative  Store.  An entertainment for the benefit of the Church of England in  Moyie will be given in Morley  hall in the near future, probably  Thursday, September 10th.  Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dignan  wish to kindly thank the people  of Moyie for the generous assistance they were given when their  place was destroyed by fire some  weeks ago.   -  FOR SALE-Complete barber  outfit at Hosmer. Two hydraulic  chairs*, large mirrors ,marble wash  stands; etc. Outfit cost S'100.  Will, sell for 'S250. Apply to F,  J.Smyth.  JNJER  "STATES  For complete imformation apply  to Agents, or write  J. E PROCTOR,  D.P. A., Calgary  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  WHEN IN  CRANBROOK  I". H. SMALT., Maimcer.  Good rooms, good tables and bar  and first class sample rooms.  4i  girmiMiamirrBiBimi��-j^.w.vg.i.w^  INMffi) MPffiB EXPOSITION  EVERY."  MIGHT  'OF.  400  PEOPLE  ^WONDDirUUJjU^,  Fruit, Confectionery, Smokers' Goods.  lull  Line  of  Stationery   and Fresh  Fruit in Season.  A Diamond Point Fountain Pen and   a  $1000 Accident  Insurance Policy all for $2.50  v-:  WRITE FOR FREE ILL USTRATED  PROGRAM TO RQBTHC02GROVE.  af&HUTTOA/   8LOCK  JSPOXANE, WAS//.  . e  Postoffice  Block  MOYIE.  WMW  you wi|vMiss it-     ^me Jewell  If You Miss  It  P. O. BOX 810 PHONE. 73  Cranbrook  Agricultural  Association  FAIR AND RAGE  MEET  ^Express and-Gener-=  al Delivery Business. Livery and  Feed Stable.  WOOD   AND  �� East Kootenay Bottling Co.  -Granbroob  COAL  For Sale  Leave Orders at  Gwynne's Store.  | Moyie, British Columbia  w  \W  Manufacturers of all kinds of carbonated  beverages. We spare no expense to have  our goods the best on the market.  There are others, But!!  I  SEPT. 14th,    15th  The Waive  Icecream Parlor.  NOW  OPEN  Drewry Building.  MRS. L. A. HORNE, Prop.  Reduced rates from all  /points.     For   imformation address  J. W. RUTLEDGE, Manager.  Asked  23  M2.00  a 1-2  1.10  v -  MINERAL   ACT.  (.KOR-I F.")  Certificate of Ijiprovements.  3SOTICK.  "Mabki.i.k" Fraction Mineral Claim, situate  iu the Fort Steele Jliuiusj Division o�� East  Konlcnny  District.  Where located:���At Movie.-lylng between  the Anroriiunil Ciimbriun Mineral Claims.  TAKE..-SOTICE that The Cambrian Jlinlng  Cointinny Limited, Non-Personal Liability;  Free Miner's Certificate No. li. (1280, intend,  sixty days from date hereof, tu apply to the  Mining lieeorder for. a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grantof the above claim.    ���  And further take notice  that aetion,  under  section 3". must be commenced before the  issuance of  such  Ccrtifieate of Improvements.  Dated this .1th day of September, A. I)., 1909,  TliF. CAMUKIAN MINING COMPANY, LTD.,  N. V. L.  CHARLES A. MACFAT,    AS'ut.  Dr. H. E.  HALL  DENTIST  The Expert Crown and Bridge  Worker.  Office over Mr. Short's  Wall      Paper      Store  Armstrong Ave.,       Cranbrook  Slab Wood  For Sale;  Slabs, cut to length,  $2.50 per load  delivered.  Porto Rico Lumber Co,1-


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