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Array Do your eyes .bother you?  Consult W. H. Wilson,  ���  of   Cranbrook   aud get  satisfaction.  Save money by purchasing 3'0'tir  TIMEPIECE from  Wilson, the Jeweler.  VOL. IS NO, 12-  MOYIE, B. C, FR|DAY? JUNE 21. 1910.  &2A YKAR  i*h.>  &4  >H9999i99999999999999999999ei  |       GENERAL FLOAT       |  -ft ������'���     -���' d>  ���aee-s-csseeess-ses-sse-c-s-as^sa-.t-  ; i ���  ���j t ������  The big JeiTi'ies-John3on fight  has been Iieno-vated.  Hazelwood Ice Cream  You will fold your friends at G*wyline's where the best  rjeani in towna is to be had.  Gwynne's Hazelwood Parlor  Arizona and New Mexico  been admitted to statehood.  have  Of 10 dyes used for Easter eggs,  four were found to be poisonous.  The popular belief that a drowning person rises to the surface;  three times is unfounded.  ���The date of Sir Wilfrid Laur-  ier's visib to Nelson has been definitely fixed for Monday, Aug. 29.  The Fink Merchantile Company  of Cranbrook has closed a contract  with Creston fruit growers for  1,000 boxes of apples.  <r-  =^  Our Goods Are the Best  Our Prices Are Right  We    Appreciate    Your  Business  Get the hatoit.      Go to  CROWE BROS. & CO.  ���^  j  ESTABLISHED  18!>7  ��� --Seale-db -IOIxttcoII,..._.:,.���   INSURANCE  and MINING  and INVESTMENT BROKERS.  Heafl Office CRANBROOK, B. C.  Are You Particular About Style, Fit and  Comfort?  If so come in and see our stock of SHOES,  none  more  complete.  SPRING SHOES  A fii^e line to look over but a bad line to overlook,  treductionpii regular price on all .shoes.  50c.  K2J-*-*. tCz-sO x"?_x& jffe_sOzjrftj^^zjc*z_rfz-s:i.xfa-rfi-sOz. rf? ^zj02_s^r"vz.^z.^z.iCz^  MOYIE'S   LEADING   HOTEL.  The best of accommodations  for the Traveling Public.  ��.argo and Commodious Sample Rooms. Billiard Rooms.  McTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors.  ���j- ipnp ip'tpr -j-  ipnpr?p~ip? tp ���$���* z-^"*"^ *pnp-if,np; ���-*- ���<*��"-  ; tp.-2Vrzp.-ep.  i  I  >  For the most fastidious dresser we have the  Nicest Assortment of Mens' Shoes  in the newest American lasts. Oxford shoes in all colors  from $4.50 to $5. See our new 20th CENTURY SUITS.  Buy one and be well dressed.  This year Silverton will hold  her I7fch annual Dominion Day  celebration. A splendid program  has been arranged and there will  be a big dance in the evening.  It lias practically been arranged  that the coronation of King  George will take place about the  middle of May, 1911. Immediately  after this ceremony the Duke of  Connaught will proceed to Canada  to assume the office of governor  general.  The Moyie on Kootenay lake is  now running a3 a "berry steamer," and will devote its whole  attention to handling the fruit  crop along the lake. This will obviate the necessity of-the steamer  Kuskanook calling at the ranches  along the lake to pick up the  fruit. '   '-,CiijLStaysJSere  , The Moyie junior baseball team  defeated the Cranbrook cubs at  Aldridge last evening by a score  of 10 to 3. ' Hay Crisler was umpire. The "Cubs" looked swell in  their new suits, and played good  ball, but were completely outclassed by the home team- lb was  the first game this year for the  Smyth cup. The two teams will  probably play another game at  Cranbrook next week. "Billy"  Rollins of Cranbrook is manager  of the Cranbrook boys. Following is the Moyie lineup of last  evening's game;  ==JoKrrBurEe7TigKt-*fieldrP.=Gdn=  rad, shortstop; E. Crowe, catcher;  L. Crowe, 2nd base; W. Goninon,  3rd base; A. Crowe, 1st base; A.  McDonald, left field; W. Attwood,  centre field; C. Novdman, pitcher.  Prominent Visitors  A. S. Goodeve, M. P. for the,  Kootenays in the Dominion  house, and James Schofield, member for Ymir in the Provincial  legislature, were in town today  for a few hours. They had been  in Cranbrook attending the session the Masonic grand lodgo, and  were on their return home.  Moyie 11; Gonzaga 7  iQo       iko        llfLwL^a  4B  Imperial Bank of Canada. |  Capital Authorized  ���$10,000,000.00 |  Capital Subscribed��� ; $5,575,000.00 |  Capital Paid Up  5,330,000.00 I  Reserve   Fund���  ������5.330.000.00 i  BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA- ��  Cranhro-ok, Arrowhead, Golden. Kamloops, Michel,   New  Miche1 8  Fernie, Nelson, Revelstoke. Victoria, and Vancouver. ��  Drafts and Money Orders sold avaible in any |  part of the World *  Savings Bank Department. %  Interest allowed on deposits from date of deposit. %  MOYIE BRANCH.         H. W. SUPPLE, Manager. ��  QtQQQd  When Gonzaga team were challenged  By Moyie's baseball nine  To play the little mining town  On the International line.  'Twas thusly spoke the captain  Our reputation great  And we must have much money  For we'll win as sure as fate. ' v  How their reputation suffered  When matched with Moyie's nine  For Moyie team made nine to nothing-  In the shortest space of time.  As time went ou they improved a little  And made a score or two  But for all their fancy playing  That was all that they could do.  And now we would advise all boasters  Not to think themselves so fine  For a mining town and mountain air  Will beat them every time.  ���FAN.  EverytMnf is Ready  .��� ���:���*-���  Everything i?J iii-readiness for  the big Dominion Day celebration  which will be, held at Moyie one  week from today. The heads of  the various committees met and  arranged the program of events  as printed below. It will be observed that the aquatic sports  will be held near town in the forenoon, and the remainder of the  program will take place at the  grounds after lunch. The first  train will leave for Aldridge at 12  o'clock, and the second at 1 p. m.  This will give the people their  choice of eating their lunch in  town or at the grounds. Meals  will be served on the grounds both  at noon and in the evening. The  Cranbrook band will be in attendance and there will be good football, baseball and other events  well worth seeing. There will be  dancing at the- pavilion ' during  the afternoon ahd.evening.  THE DAY(S, PROGRAM  ���a*se"5"S'See*S:$***S-*t"3'5*$-5.53S:-$S93S|��  I       LOCAL ASSAYS |i  *l> v��  SS-'**��SS3*5'"aa''&a'&daa9aSf��8'&,5S3a0'-  AQUATIC SPORTS  Time'9 a. in.  Will take place in the following order,  as nearly as possible, subject'to revision  by the committee:  Rowing race, single sculls  $S   $4   $  Rowing race, double sculls  12       6  Canoe race, single '  5       3  Canoe race, double  10       5  Log rolling contest  20  Motor boat race, handicap  20     10     5  Motor boat race, scratch  . 8       3  Motor boat race, slowest  Special prize  Swimming race     (-  7.50 5  Tub race          11   i  . 5  Tilting canoe race  5  Best Decorated launch  10       5  TRAINS I*pR AI.DRIDG1*  -12 o'clock sharp, first train.  1 o'clock sharp, second train.  JUVUNUB BA.SKBAI"-,   GAME  " ' Time "12:30      "  CALEDONIAN SPORTS  100-yard dash  Three-legged race  Sack race  Standing broad jump  Running high jump  Hop step aud jump  Miners race  Miners' race open only  to  .10  S  5  5  4  5  10  men  5     2  4  3  3  2  3  5     3  over  25 years  ground.  of   age   and   working   under  Log sawing contest  Log chopping contest  6  6  3  3  SENIOR BASEBAI.I, GAMS  ^--^^JUJiLJ :.3.0_p. m._   Moyie vs. Cranbrook.    Prize $150.  CHILDREN'S SPORTS  Time 5 p. iu.  Boys' Games  Football match .$ 6     $4     $ .50  Vaulting Contest 2.50 1.50   .50  Tug of War 3  Kite flying contest, best  made kite flying the  highest 5  Consolation        running  race, 100 yards handicap, 12 to IS years       I .  Boys from 6 to 12 .1  Boys under 6, 25 cents each  Girls' Games  Girls flag drill       * 10  Egg aud spoon race      .   1  Tug of war 3  Skipping contest 2.50  Consolation running race,  50 yards, handicap, under 10 years 1  Over 10 years 1  All girls who have not won, ��  2  1.50  .50  .50  .2*.  .25  .50  1.50  .75   .50  .75 .50  :jc. each.  The K and H cigar has jumped  to prominence through the ex-  ellent flavor of the tobacco out  of which it is made.  FOOTBALL MATCH  Time 6:30 p. 111.  Lake Special  There is a movement on foot at  Cranbrook for the arranging of a  special excursion train to run one  day each week down to Moyie,  thus giving the people of that  city an enjoyable outing. The idea  is an excellent one, and if the  people of Moyie can render any  assistance they should do so.  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will brace up the  nerves, banish sick headache, prevent despondency and invigorate  the whole system. Sold by the  Moyie Drug <fc Stationery Co.  "W. E. Schwanz is in town.  K. D. Stinson is away at the  coast on a trip.  W. D.Hill was up from Cranbrook last Sunday.  "Scotty" Dixon left Monday for  his home in Rossland.  The Moyie baseball team will  play at Macleod on June 28 and 20.  Chas. A. MacKay was in Nelson for a few days during the  week.  A daughter was born to Mr.  and Mrs. Oscar Jostad on Sunday,  June 19bh.  William Jewell and H. N. Brenton were in Cranbrook the first of  the week.  P. DeVere Hunt, insurance agent of Craubrook, was in Moyie  Wednesday.  James Bates, East Kootenay's  celebrated baseball umpire, was  in town Tuesday.  Philip Conrad, jr., is home from  Missoula, Mont., where he was attending college.  Sid Elmer was up from Cran-  broook yesterday and played  with the "Cubs."  W. R. Grubbe of the Imperial  Bank staff is now accountant in  the Revelstoke branch.  The Odd Fellows along the Crow  intend holding a picnic this summer, probably in August. '  lt9v. J. W. Miller and his bride  sailed from New York on the  Oceanic for Europe on the 10th.  Geo. L. Lucas came up from  Cheney this week and is again  holding a position in the St. Eugene mill.  Roberts & Messinger, formerly  of-Moyie,-. have openeA.tb.eir /store  at Carmingay and are doing a  splendid business.  The final meeting of the Moyie  Dominion Day celebration committee will be held next Wednesday evening, June 29th.  Mrs. Schander and Mrs. Wall  and two daughters are here from  Missoula, Mont., on a visit with  Mr. and Mrs. Conrad.  The regular annual meeting of  the Aurora Mining and Milling  Company will be held in Moyie  next Thursday, June 30 th.  A priest from Vancouver will  conduct the services in the Catholic church next Sunday. Mass at  10 a. m.   Benediction 7:30 p. m  Julius Unternahrer, who was  with the O. L. Knight diamond  drill company for some time,���]eft  this week with his wife for Wisconsin. ..'*-���  Miss   Maude   Bolen,   who   has  held the position as clerk in the  Moyie post oflice for some months  past, left yesterday for Vaucou  ver.  Dona Poulin has gone back to  his home in Spokane. ,While  playing ball at Craubrook a short  time ago he sprained his ankle  aud has been laid up ever since.  Cha?. Stagg, who owns seven or  eight houses in M*yie, is here  from Vancouver looking after his  property. Mr. Stagg is always  1 public spirited and ic was he who  presented a fire bell to the town  last fall.  A.R.Allen was taken to Nelson this week by Constable J. T.  Browning. Allen is a big, husky  young fellow but had an aversion  to work. He was sentenced to  three mouths at hard labor.  W. J. Sullivan, Mike Torpy, J.  A. B. Macdonaid, Michael Regan,  J. P. Farrell, J. Torpy, A.. L. Melntyre and others of the order  went down to Cranbrook Monday  to attend a special meeting of the  Knights of Columbus.  James Campbell, a twin brother  of Mike Campbell, arrived from  It eland a few days ago, and will  probably remain in this country.  He greatly resembles his brother  ahd he has had some amusing experiences since his arrival.  S\^<^<f^^-f^J^^^'J^'J'-jr.jr.jr.^sr.jr.^'.^.sr.jr.jr^  19 m  9 fa  9 fa  9 ���                  fa  $ Good Values in Bed Spreads, Pillow %  I Cases and Table Linen        |  yK to be had during the next week.      White honeycomb fa  yi't quilts iu large sizes, soft quality and free from dress-  fa  V�� ing, regular $1.50 for ��1.10.                                            fa  y�� Sheets, 72 by 90, plain and hemstiched in extra   ijc  fine soft cotton, regular $2.50 for $1.90.                         'fa  M( Pillow slips, 40 by 42 inch, made from circular   k  m* pillow cotton and hemstiched, regular 25c.   and 30c.   j/jfo  Stf values for 20c. aud 25 c.                                                     fa  Vf T-oKl^ "iinnnc    fn11  Klr>nr<l-irv1    T>1irf�� Tri'-'ll 1-mPTI  111  n    "r  Table linens, full bleached, pure Irish linen in a  wide range of patterns, regular 50c, 75c, and $1.00  values for 25c, 40c aud 65c  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  fa  M''{��^''''S"^,^'^i^,^'^'^'S''''^ifr^  "JS'"-v^--"����k"^-^>-"^' jr'*r-jr.4r'sr>Jr-'t ���^���^���+. ���^'^���^'^&\��'!2r\lir!3r**  9  it  9  9  9  %  MacEachern & Macdonaid  9  9,  Won From Gonzaga Masonic Grand Lodge  The Gonzaga ball team, the amateur champions and the pride of  Spokane, received a severe walloping from the Moyie boys at Aldridge Park on June 19th. The  college boys were no doubt treated to a surprise by the score,  which was 11 to 7- in Moyie's favor. ��� But they were gentlemen  and true sports, andjat the end of  the game they cheered for Moyie.  The annual convention of the  Masonic grand lodge for this,  province is in session at Cranbrook. The new temple in that  city was dedicated yesterday by  Grand Master -Rich, assisted by  other grand lodge officers. Harold Chapman is there as a delegate from .Selkirk Lodge No. o",  Moyie. Several members of Unorder went ftoni Moyie down to  There was a good attendance   at  Cranbrook yesterday for the fes  the game. The ..fanSj.expected a  good game ahel[saw onef^The-Mo"-'  yie baseball team can now rely  upon the support of the town in  bringing in good outside team3,  for when the fans are called upon  they are there with the goods.  Following is the lineup of the  two teams:  Moyie���Kamm, lb; McWha, 2b;  Morrow, ss.: Burr, ob; Brag-iw, r.  f.; Galvin, c. f.; Ward, 1, f., Crisler,  p.; Peterson, c.  Gonzaga���Roherar, lb; Mcliev-  ltt, 2b; Skefiington, ss.; Mulligan,  3b; Sweeney, 1. f.; Roberts, c, f.;  M alloy, r. f. Cadoro, p. and v. f.;  O'Loughlin, p.: Mullholland, c.  Umpire���James Bates.  tivities.     Among them were N.  W7 BurdettrprA~:.-Ayresf H.' Sait,--  Ben Evans, Fred Ege, C. E.  Joslin  and Mr. Elphinstore.  Played Tennis  M. A. Beale, N. A. Wallinger, C.  G. Garrett and T. Wood Taylor  came up from Cranbrook last Saturday to have a friendly game or  two with the Moyie players. The  Moyie players were S. G. Blaylock,  E. O. Kamm, A. Evans and Geo.  Muraay. The honors were even.  Moyie won one single and two  doubles, and Cranbrook won the  same.  A Challenge Game  Dave Gardiner is willing to back  his judgment that he can   g.*t   a  football team  togother iu   Moyie  that can defe it the regular Moyie  elevea.        Albert   Gill   contenda.'"  differently.       As to who is right",  will be settled Sunday   afternoon !  ab 2   o'clock  at   Aldridge   Park.-  Hero ia Gardiner's team:  G. Murray, a McGill student; T. Crooks,  Joe McLaren, B. Turnbull, F. Bar-  ker, Brjolinstohe7 J- Gam pbellT-!^  Clarke, D, Gardiner,  B.  Kennedy  and R. Smedley.  Masonic Grand Officers  Deep Boring For Gas  O L. Kuight it Co. are sinking  a 3,500 foot diamond drill hole at  Tabor for gas. If they are successful in reaching the dopt-h contracted for it will be tho deepest  hole on the continent put down  with a diamond drill.  At Cranbrook yesterday the  following were elected officers of  the Masonic grr.nd lodge:  Grand Master���E. B. Paul, Victoria.  Deputy   Grand   Master���F.   J.  Biird, Vancouver.  Grand Senior   Warden���A.   IL  Skey, Kamloops.  Grand Junior   Warden���J.   SL  Rudd, Nanaimo.  Grand Chaplain���Rev. H. G. Fi-  ennes-Clinton, Vancouver.  The grand  lodge  will  meet ab  Victoria next year.  Married at Cranbrook  Calgary Industrial Fair  The fare on the C. P. a. to Calgary and return for the Exhibition is $7.30. The fair runs from  June 30 to July 7,  FOR SALE OR RENT  fcliamllci-iiK-l'S "jVian  Cholera nnn  Diarrhoea Remedy.  Never fails   Buy it uow.   ll may save Iile,  $000 buys a six room house and  lot on south Victoria street. This  is a bargain.  Splendid house on north Tavistock street for sale or rent. Good  stable in connection.    Price $750.  For further information on both  of these propositions apply to  F, J. Smytli    -    Moyio  The wedding of Nicholas Fen-"  nemoro   and   Mis*   Rose   Car-*on  took place at Cranbrook last Monday at the parsDnage oE the  Bip-  tist church, Rev. C. W. King officiating.    Miss Maude  Bolen  was* 1  bridesmaid and W. J.    Sullivau  groomsman.   A   wedding  breakfast was served at the   home of |  the groom.   Mr. Fennemore is  a>i  engineer on the C. P.  R.  aud  hUj  bride was formerly a resident ofj  Moyie, but has lived in Cranbrbokl  for some time.  Gonzaga Skinned Cranbrook  Tlie Gonzaga college team  j mr  neyed to Craubrook  after  Iohhi^i  to Moyie and beat tlie  Ci-tinbroi Id  team  two straight   game.-.    Tiu  first gumo wa? 7 to I and the  s  oiul 0 '.o:'.  mas 'nri*t*iB5<fu  "'  "T*Utaa.Tjria��WaaMae  rn  i^Bnuarwaxisrrr-  'ft \ :  If  is  MH I0Y1E LEADER.  .JP iblisht-d in il)-* iniercut of the people  i-f Aliiyie and East Kootenay.  :.R J.   'SMYTH. P'J|JLl9i-IKB.  rate  op  .siniscnn-riON  THE LEADER, 'MOYIE, EIUTISII COLUMBIA.-  interests of this "Butte in the!  Making.'  gjpaM^)gMt-gdnt*B��m����'Si'tJuun��  VI.  i >  pne Year  $$.00  FRIDAY, JIpEi 21, .1.910.  Editorial Notes  -The days are getting  shpr-  ,ter.    Can ypu notice it?  �����������������������   ���Stopping an ad. ,tp save  .money is like stopping a clock  .to save time.   ���  Zbysczsko,   the giant  Pole  ..wrestler, now in Seattle, -has  a name that sounds like  that  of a new brefkfast food.  A kiss -ha-* one advantage  over a love letter in a breach  of promise case. It cannot be  .inarked "Exhibit X" and  jnada a court record.  ftSe.yeral .paydays have passed  .-in Mpyie without an arrest being-,inade. -This speaks Avell  fpr the class of workiugmen  .in the Mpyie camp.  Colonel Roosevelt found  ^himself pressed for time1 or he  w<"tu}d hjpe brought -his foreign .travels ��o a fitting climax  ���by swimining the Atlantic  ocean home.  A peculiar condition cf  affairs    exists   in   Vancouver.  Within the last few clays  several cases have been  reported  of the refusal of  landlords  to  rent  houses to  families vwith  children.    It would seem that  thc owners of houses  in  that  city want the maxiraumrcntal  with a minimum  repair bill.  This is a  new .'phase  in  the  race suicide question.     -The  ���Saturday Sunset asks this pertinent question* -"What right  has any landlord, becausc.par-  ents have obeyed the  laws  of  LOocl, nature and the  land, to  penalize them.      Parents who|  bring well-nurtured   children  into the.world are the greatest  public benefactors."  elcome Words to Women  Women who Buffer with disorders peculiar to their  sex should write to Ur. Pierce and receive free the  advice of a physi'-'ian of over 40 years' experience  ���a skilled and successful specialist in the diseases  of women.    Every letter of this sort has the most  careful   consideration   and   is regarded ss  sacrediy  confidential."  Many sensitively modest women write  fully to ,Dr. Pierce what they would   shrink  from  telling to their local physician.    Tlie iocai physician  is   pretty sure to   suy that  he cannot   do anything  without "an examination."   Dr. Pierce holds  that  these distasteful   examinations   cr,e  generally needless,   find   that   no woman,   except  in   rare  cases,  should   submit   to   them.  Dr. .risreo's treatment will cure you right sn tho privacy of  your  own  home.    His " Favorite  Prescript'on"   has cured  hundreds  of  thousands, ;ome of them   the worst of  cases.  It is the only medicine of its kind that is the product of a regularly graduated  "physician. .The only one good enough.thai its makers dare to print its pvery  ingredient on its outside wrapper. There's no secrecy. Jt will bear exa/nina-  tion. No alcohol and no habit-forming drugs are found in it. Some unscrupulous medicine dealers may offer you a substitute. Don't take it. Don't trifio  with your health. Write lo World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.  V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y.j,-���take the advice received and be well.  ��llJ��j|iMj��u.il.iiuawiu��*i.��iaiU^<.ijluiljjjjl.ilijjMli,iMBn3agB>  1. O. O. F.  Wildey Lodge No. 44.  Meets Tuesday evenings  in  11 o  Miners' Union  hall.      Sojonrnin--  Odd Fellows cor diallyinviti d.  Fin-D Ege. p. j. Smyth.  Noble Grnrd. "Kcar'y.  jZ�� V-A:  Ht. Kug<-ii�� ".edge Kii. .'17  K. of P.  W'^."*^Mft>/ i,..n ..i  fl>SS"S-cSS"SS-S6e"e"s"r'''ct.':SS��� ���&&��%<&  I CH1NSOOKERS ��  Z>999999999999999999?9@G&k\'!i  (ripukuFmiiii-IIvview.)  POSTAL    PHOTOS.  Get Rich Quick Scheme  ��� -Montreal   Star.: As   Uncle  ���Sam has seized a -lot  of  Pan-  ;i .   ;.'.i .        ���>.  ama h,at:��, .the suggestion is  .made respectfully .that -he regain one for his own use and  shed .that old tile.  i.    .    ...    -       1 *    J     -   . ����� .'-  ���   ��� i* ��-* ���- ..  -Haying reference to the  at-  A cape lias "just b<-en h/i-mir-hf-. <o  liftht in Seattle which shows tbe  scheme Minie of the undertakers  of that city have for getting rich.  John P. Olf-.sou, who dit tl June  14,1909, was a laboring man, and  so far as known he left no relatives. His estate was valued at  $3,300. Lab ��he public, whicii usually is careless about such n~at-  ters, look at the following items  which were presented to the probate court for approval:  Undertaker $950  Doctor's bill .    900  15,carnnges at $0. 90  I make a specialty of Postal Photo work. Prices, 4  California reformers are anxious jfor 5Q ccnt Qr ^^ a ^^  about Gillett's safety, it ,is said. I  So are we���ours slipped and _ci.it  us last time we used it.  Events  Flowers'  50  Bearing iu nvlnd. that there  wero no relatives, aud no friends  to speak; of, the charges for carriages and flowers are worse than  scandalous. Judge Lindsay very  properly cut the fee to a third of  the charges ought to be exacted.  The Reason  Father���It's near midnight and  I can't see why Anna's young man  hasn't sense enough to go home.  Little Willie (in the **ext room)  ���He can't go, papa; sister's  sitting on him.  ���.���; " ,: ... .  Sanitarium or Sanatorium  Masonic grand ^dfje, Cran-  biook, June .23.  Calgary Exhibition, June 30 to  July 7.  ^Convention of Western Federation cf Miners, Denver, July 18.  Sir Wiifrid Laurier at Nelson,  August 29.  itevelstoke Fall Fair, September  0 and -7.  r New Denver Fruit Fair, October  4. ' ���'"  Spokane Interstate Fair, ,Opt/  ober 3 to 9.  Certificate of Improvements  .tacks that,are being made .hy I       -n     , ������   .        v i,^ ;  a-   ��� Frequentlythe vwords sanitar- 1910-  .the Manitoba   Free -Press   on iUmand8anatoriun.i are misused,   -^=���  the   personality   of    Premier]���says the Scientific American.'San-  ' NOTICE-  DEI/f A FRACTION AND CIJNTON  FRACTION MINERAL, CLAIMS, situate in the Fort Steele Mining Division  of Hast Kootenay District.  Where located: On tlie east side of  Lower Moyie Lake.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sehvyn G.  Blaylock,'F. MvC. No. 1*24,036, acting  as agent for.the Cojjsoliclatecl Mining &  Smelting Co., of .-Canacla,' f-trl.,' Free  Miner's Certificate No. 324,042, .intend,  sixty, rjavs from the date Jiereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for Certificates  of Improvement for tlie purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  claims.      . ......  And'fur.tlicr take notice that action,  under Section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificates  of Improvement.  Dated this 19th day of   April,   A..p.,  MISS FLORA DEAGON.  0 F. DESAULNIER.  *    - - ' ' ���  11EALKII   I"?J  f"   y ��iiR"   ^    fij o  PEOM.PT DELIVERY.  ���aueeDs'A^Je.     -M^YIE  St." Joseph's   Convent.  NELSON, B. C.  xSoiirding and Tl-iy Schfinl roif'npi-  ed by.Sisters of St.-Jo-iPpli,N--l&(-!i,  B. 0. Cnniiii'-n'iid inn! I.ii.>ii)h^^  courses a spiHiiiilly, Exci'IIhiwh nnd!  swift ���.irogrfs.i cliHincipni'/.H 'I'tn-li dn  piiritneiit. Piirntits elioiihl ..wriie fur  prtrtii'iiinr-s. Dm; month h.-j.-miivs the  public of 'th'** tliciro'i)-bii'.-��t! nf tin.  tjisieit-' nietliuda oi i^jKilinig. Ternia  commence .January, April aud Sep'.  Pupils are admitted duriui* t.eiu>.  STOP AT TIIE  S2  WHEN IN  CRANBROOK.  X*. U. SMALL, niuunccr.  Good rooms, good  tables and  bar  and first clrii*samprle room*.  .Wm. Jewell  -Roblin of Manitoba, the Win  ,nipeg Saturday Post,says: "If  .the F. B. really does believe  that Mr, Roblin. has no respect  for truth, \y-hy does it not offer  .him an editorial position?','  The big gold strike at -Stewart seems alniost too gopd to  ���be true. A gold reef 20 miles  in length and assaying $4? to  the ton, aud 30 to 100 feet in  ���width is alnjost too nrepqster-  .pus to believe, and shgws that  .the Portland Cai*.al boomers  Avill go to any length to stampede-people their Mray.  Boosters can build a .city on a desr  ert wliile knockers can kill a village  in the Garden of Eden.--Greenwood  ,Ji;       :   -  '.. .if', ,  Ledge. "������'���  Too much emphasis cannot  be laid on the above assertion  from the pen qf Col. Loweiry  and   too much   consideration  .cannot be given t<* it by  residents qf Moyie.    All  towns  have knockers  and Moyie   is  no exception to this well founded rule.     This is not saying  that  Moyie   cannqt boast ��� as  many enterprising citizens per  capita as  any other western  town.    But tlie fact remains  ���that the  value  of  the   good  work   accomplished   by    the.  booster/is necessarily deprecij  ated by  the  knocker.      Let  everyone discard  the   "ham-  rner!' and join the progressive  itarium'jii'eliajfces more specifically  to 'a place where the hygienic  conditions are preservatives of  health, as distinguished iron* one  where therapeutic agencies are  employed.' Hence it is the province of a 'aanitariun*'1 to preserve  health, that of a -sanatorium''to J  restore it.  C.P.R. Time f aWe  Westbound  No. 213   Local /        No. 7       Soo-Spokane  Eastbound  No, 214   Local   '/'.  No. 8       .f|oo;Spokane  ? :20 p.m.  1:40 p.m.  2:52 -o, ra.  5.29 p. m-  Motor   Bqat Supplies  and  Gasoline Engines,  We have the largest and bqst assorted stock in the interior of B.  O. Anything used on a motor  boat we have got ifc. We are  agents for The Caille Perfection  Motor Co., and we keep in stock  a number of motors at all times,  so before purchasing' elsewhere  call and inspect them. They are  high in quality but low in price.  Wripe/for .'catalogue  and price list.  Thomas Sargent  "It cured mr,'' or."Ic saved the  IjCe of n*y little child," are the expressions you hear every day  about Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. This  is true the world oyer where this  valuable remedy has been introduced. No other medicine in use  ToiTdiarrhT^a^dFb^  has received such general approval. The secret of the success of  Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea remedy is that it cures.  ��� i ��� ������ *  Sold by the Moyie Drug ct Stationery ,Co. -  E^pre^s and (General Delivery Business. Livery and  Feed Stable.  WOOD   AND    COAL  For  Sale  Leuye Ordejrs aty   Meets every Thnrsdny  g    in    McGrofco  Inil] tit 8  f.'clnok.   YU���  iting brethren welcome  K, D. Stinson, jE. A. Hn.r.  Chancellor Com.       K,   E.  &.    S.  Sell<iil< LocIbc N��. 55  A. !���*.   &  A. ill.  llegnlar meetings  on the first Wednesday      of   each  v.- month.  x witijiB brethren welcome.  W- Chnpman, W. M.  N. "W. Burdott. Secretary.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  Wo. 7J  W. F, of M.  Afaetg in Miners' Union Hall every Saturday evening. Sojourning members are cordially invited  to attend.  Albert G.ll, James Roberts  ���Pfe"��'knt. Secretary  Barvey,    McCarter  &  Macdonaid.  Bnrristers, Solicitors, Notaries Etc  Cranbrook,   -   -    B. C.  i==  Stationery, Cigars, Pipes, Tobaccos, Choice Choc=  olates, and All Kinds of   Assorted   Candies,  Fresh Fruit in Season and Soft Drinks.  SPECIAL  Fuji and Complete Stock of Fishing Tackle.       Cal  and See Display in Window.   Just Opened  LUCKY LEAF ICE CREAM PARLOR  P. 0. Block,  Mojie, I}. C.  1?  ���    4_/  4  W, F  GFRD,  -"ARRISTU-K. SOLieiTOK, ETC.  CRANBROOK.  B.-C  DR. F. B. MILES  Dentist,  CranTprool  ��5,   C.  George H Thompson,  .Barr'stei].,    Solicitor  Notary Pujilic, tto.  ORANBROOK,      Biuxihh CoLUMniA  W. E. BEATTY  '.   Embalmer anil Undertaker,  Phone 9. CRa?JBRO0K  f ^^^������������-������������������������S^^^^^^^^^  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  if  P. ,0. ))0X ISO  9  T21E QUESTION IS      ft  v.-here to t;c-t soiiictliiii.tr fit to J��'  queiH-li a tliirst, es])ecially when W  the sultry weather comes. S^f  Our Sanitary Bottling Works 9  turns out only tlie most wholesome ik'��  bevera.ye.'- made ol ' the purest ^A-a  water and other ingredients. ..��^  Hvery firs'; order has thus farJK  secured a permanent customer, "f  That's what teMs.  ti  w,  li  9]  *.<**. jr.j**. *r. J .jr.^-A^.J^jr.jr.jr.^r, c^  ������"��"?"��v!"**K:*,��Z:^> ' *��k->K  ^��-���,<��k" "��^^">>*>^'>^     1'*  fiV   Rfaiit  ay- B  Cranb/ook,   B. C.  fling  Co.  J-ITONE. 73  11  Gwynne's Store.  Moyie British Columbia  THE WAIVE  lee Cream Parlor  NOW ..OPEN  Drewry Buidin.e-   -   L. A.. Home, Prop.  P. O. Box 172.  NELSON,  Stanley St  B. C  If you are  not satisfieoj after  Thos. Summers  Cigars,   Candy,     Fruit  and  Cinfectionery.  TOYS,   NOTIONS   ETC.  South   Victoria   St.  T. T. MeVItlic,C.'l*.,l' L. S..       II. Y. I'.ir!i,?r,  C  McVITTIB & PARKER  Pkovjxcial Land Sur.v-*yi*-i*  ra1livav & mining iengis"ei3king  Estimates Furnished.  OFFICES  Fort Steele P. 0. Box 25.  Cranbrook P. 0. Box 11.  Money invested around Creston is safe as in tlie Bank of  England. The growing of fruit there is uo longer an experiment���the fruit speaks for itself.  A large tract .of this land has_beeu placed  iu  my hands  Hspqse of in Moyie^at ���  ���to  ^BinLjmiiR.  .$75 per. acre, by the "block."  This is not,a wildcat .town-lot .proposition, hiif a good  legitimate investment. You can see what you are. getting.  Come in and let lis talk it over.  OVER 66 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver  Tablets, according to directions,  you can have your money back.  The tablets cleanse and invigorate  the stomach, improve fhe digestion, regulate the bowe Ig.Givf  them a trial and get well. Sold  I by tho Moyie Drug & Scationerv J.  ixiud and help to  further the Co '        '     '  "        ' "  Trade Marks  V WAS? sd ~* D E S | G N 3  WH      Copyrights &c  i     . t |       AnvonoBonding nnltctoh nm. doscrinllf:ii nin-i  USing    t-VVO-CmiaS    Or   a   DOtCie   Ot       liivoiilldrf'iopnihnblypnionlahlo.   ComnimiKvi.  ���.-....- '     tloiiant.rlc|lycoi:ililon(liil. HANDBOCK onl'maule  Bent froo. OMcst nueucy forBeciiriii)f patiinis.  Pnl.onta tnlioii throiish Jluna & Co. rccolvo  special notice, wli.|:outcbnr��a, :u tho  Scientific Mtmtm*  A hondsomcly UlRatialed weekly. 1-nre-iit. circulation ot-T-ny Bi-lvntlil.': Journal. Tvrn..'i '. ;  Cin-ifJa, S^.*' ii yuu-. poEtr.j/0 proijajd. i?ol..I ly  all newsdu^ler8.  If you waut anything in the  line of clothing or men's furnishings, try'  ' C, A. FOOTE  THE TAILOR  We carry in stock the goods  to make au up-to-date suit  made in town, or we can get  you a special ordered suit  made to your measure. We  have ready-to-wear Campbell-s  clothing, the best made and  fitting clothing in Canada.  ynderwear, shirts, collars,  ties, belts, summer hats ancl  nearly everything in the line  of furnishings at reasonable  pripes.  Ail our goods and work guaranteed. Cleaning, pressing and  repairing done.  FROM  #69QM-f,mm��r @TO������@# @a^@t ��  A. B. Stewart  ���THIS���  I  "OKSAULNIKU    J'KOS,    Po|>8.  Iiiir--e Hiimplu room in connection  with house for commercial mon. Best  of incommoilntion.  H('!idqu-*rter8 for   Commercial ancl MimngMen.  Queens ave MOYIE, B. C  As made by.the present brewer is admittedly tho  best* .Beer in East Kootenay.   With the Best Malt  land the Purest Spring Water ic is unexcelled  for  Quality.   Insist ou having Aloyie Beer.  BOTTLED AND DRAFT BEER  TO  1RU     .  MUELLER & HESSE,   PROPS,  MUNN&Co.86"^^. New York  ���   Brancl} pClco, 625 F Bt. Wnsli 1 utton. "D. O,  SEKD- YOUK    WOKK   TO  THE  unu-majsanacETisssrai  a^i-'-are-'g-j-giaga^^ ^^  l*AL..j.^JiLL^lguJa  STEM  ft  9  w  -I  e  9  OYiE HOTEL  ,.,     NELSON .  All White Labor.  l>V-i-(.-r fails    l!uy il "uw.    I. iiini-3.ivc Iile.  erchant Tailor  a^^?ir3!s*��2i**r{r^^  Liave. work wifch the   local agent  A. B. STEWART  t.^��a  P. F.JOHNSTON,-Prop.  This hotel is new ancl well furnished. The  tables are supplied with the best the market affords.  The bar is filled with the best brands of liquors  and cigars.  Headquarters for  COMMERCIAL AND MINING MEN  MOYIE, -        British Columbia  c*  (9  ��4 '���'H-i  \UUA.  .Names of Those Win Helped to Swell the Celebration Fund and Who  Have Furnished Sufficient Collateral to Allow Moyie to  Celebrate Do*ninion Day as Never Before.  A. Masscll  II.   Chapman  W. Johnston  Wm.  Cliffe ...  E. C. Koch ..  Sam Fylcs ...  Fred  Earc     1.00  2.00  1.00  3.00  2.0O  1.00  2.00  v'Wni. Jewell   E. G-. Gwynnc   li. A. Smith    Dr.  J. W.  Collin   .Imperial Bank.of Canada    K. Campbell   ,A. 13.    Stewart      ..Kootenay Hotel    Taylor' & Bonner      Hansome & Campbell      .lame--   Crosby  ,,   .P.  V.  Johnston   James  Roberts   ���Desaulnier Bros. ,   John Taylor   .1-1. McKinley   J. S. Corbett      Tom   Summers :   C.  A.  MacKay ,   MacEachern- & Macdonaid    ....  ,J.   W.   Fitch     Crowe  Bros.   &  Co   A. L. Wilson    .Moyie Brewery    -Geo.   Routh      ;W. E. Mills ,  II. A. Deagon   oO.  F.   Desaulnier   Vernon Chapman :   .P. Burns & Co   .P.  Conrad   L.   Oxley   ���A. Beachler   W.  H." North   -Chas. Shields   A.  McKenzie- ..:   "W. Gemsmere ;   AV.' R- Smith   3).   Sinclair       Eric   Lind      Martin  Thorp   Porto Rico Lumber Co   II.  McNicol      H. R. Harrison      O.  Disller   E. A. Hill      ���Georgia  Allen      C. A. Foote   Goldwin Stewart      Harry Kelley    It.  Grubb   Wm.   Reese    :  A. Ferris ...:   ly.  B.  Carrtithers    N. W.  Biirdcll    .'E. O. Kamm     ,   S. Ci". Blaylock    I).  A.   Ayres     C C. Buck       L. Tlierrien   .1. Donahue    IT.  K.  McKenzie   II.   Richardson     J. Clark     ,   N. A. MacEachern    E, J. Currie    ���'Ben Brosseau    ;D. McDougall    J. Scllan    IB. Masello      Jno.   Campbell     E. Houlo  ���  Antonio Moro   T. WoodswoTthv   G.   ElpMns-tone   W, Shave  ;...-........:'..., ....  A. Gihnartin ."....-.   W, R. Scott   A. Morrison r.   =D vTTEIvans" 7777777 .777 7777777777  ���Ray Crisler , ...  Geo. Amos  ... .....  ���I). Gardiner       ;.-E. W.:McQuade ���;...............;....:.:  'Fred Chapman   ....  B". McLaren   II. Dcchaine      Amos   Potter   Al. "Bry-dlc ���  Thos.   Miller       L.  A. I-Iorivc.    'A. Gill   W. B. Gilbert      Dave Porter ���   Chas.  Liveslcy   ,.   II. S. Gamble      Ed.   Nordman     ...  Jas.  Gamble      ���Ed.  ���Wright    ���  Dony. Vignaux -....-���  Dan Fraser     John Wills .,   Tony Cladio    .'J. Berglund   'J. Milne      A.  Peterson ���   "\V. C. Biclficld    Chas. Calvin    J. F. Johnson  ,   "W. Gibson ,   E. Anderson  '.   Geo.   Morrow   ���E. Francis   W. II. Fitzpatrick    E.I.J.  Grahami  .'. :....  ���F. I-Iartman-   ���0. Jostad   Ben Corkisli   Tt. G. Walker ���  A. Pitman ........: ....  T.  Karney .'   W. II. Giles   F. Feroglia  '.   M. Mickelson ;   W.  Swan   T.  Cummins  .'.   Frank S. Willis    ���  R. Felt 7.  O.  Gustafson     B. Smith    Geo. E. Murray   Harry Burr   ���IV. Erickson    ���   Dol. Thorpe   Andy  Qskuim     ...$ 1.00  ... 5.00  ...   -5.00  ..: 5.oo  ... 10.00  ... 10.00  ...    5.00  ... 10.00  .... 10.00  .. 10.00  ...      .50  ... 10.oo  ...-  2.00  ..    5.00  ..    2.00  ..    1.00  ..    2.00  ..    ���3.00  .���  2.00  ..   5.00  . 10.00  . 10.00  ..   5.00  . 10.00  .    1.00  .    1.00  .    1.00  .    1.00  .   a.oo  . 10.00  . 2.00  . 1.00  . 2.00  . 1.00  . 1.00  . l.OO  . 1.00  . 1.00  1.00  C.   Jackson   ....  R.   Gamible     II. R. Johnson ,  |T.   Johnson     Albin Johnson ..  Andy Johnson   .  I).  Dowie     Mike Helusa ....  Harry Roberts .  John Kauppi ....  Jacob Jaco'bson  W. Sandy    J. Mason     John Stewart .  Gus Jacobson .  Jas. G. Kelly   .  A.   Bobcrg-      Pat. McMonogle  C. C. Gilies .......  It. A.  Webster ..  Geo.  Turner    T.  Englcbrelson  J. F. Cairo   ..   Dan McEachern  J. W.  Karl-son ..  John Bosk      Tom  Bianchi   Jack Gard   ........;  W. V. Wyldes    John  Snrell   P. E. Danielson .  . W.  Innes   Sam McDougall   .  A..C.  Baldray .  V. J.  Campbell  E. L. Hutt    J. J. McKay ....  Wm. Woods    Aug. Sjo'berg ....  1.00 Mike Regan  1.00  15.00  5.00  1.00  1.00  10.00  10.00  5.00  5:00  1.00  10.00  T.  Bcstwick   E. Bolitho      O. Ilerritt ..   John Musso    T. W." Johnson ......  A.  Evans  '.'   A. P. Mitchell   ......  P.   Lutn-er ���....:.......  B. Agnew   ............  J. Whitehead .........  IT. Jackson-   C.OOJ.J. W. Mack ....  5.08JL. .Dignan: ............  0.00 b. Mcintosh   .........  5.00  J.   Rhodes  ..;...... ...  10.00  R. Marshall   20.00  A. Card   3:00 jw.  Lindsay    3.00'j. A. Untcrnahrer  3.50 Wm.  Fleming      3.00'M. J. Gill : ....  -1-00 j Jas. Gilchrist .......  3.00 M.-Ilerm-ansori    1.00  1.00  1.00  2.00  2-50  1.00  1.00  3.00  LOO  1.00  2.00  2.00  3.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  Ttt'  3.00  2.00-  2.00  3.50  2.00  2.00  1.00  3.50  3.00  3.00  3.00  3.50  1.00  2.00  2.00  10.00  IT. Nilson    It;   Smedley  ....  A. Wilson .........  Frank Torphy  Ben Larson   ....  IT.  Peterson  ....  J.  Swanson   ....  A.   Longberg   ...  J. A. Bancr ....  Joe McLaren ...  T. C. ITudgcon  Jas.  Wright  ....  A. McKay   Con Caser   D.  Clarke   John McDonald-  T'TTtTjToii'g'hto'n ...  An-drew Pieta     J.  Cocking     F.  Beseght ..-..  R. S. Brown-* .......:.  S. Wormington    J."H*. Thacher ......  Wm. Goninan    Marcus- Martin    Geo. Powell   :Ben Morgan       Alex.  Cameron    ���Fred Perkins      W.  J. Bennett    S. B. Sheridan   C.  Mikkelson   Fred  Hazen   5-00 0. McDougall    3-50 Geo.  Gamble     3-50 R.  Lindsay ...  3-50  Oscar Noason   3.50 Nick Ovcrder  ,.,  I-00 John Zakane ,   2-00 Peta Zakane     3-00 N. Sartrop    2.00  pct/Cr Watson     1-0��  Jno Carfra .'.   4.00 p, Feszook    2-00 A.  McDonald     '2-fl0  C. Nordman ...... ....  2-00 Ed. Sand   1-00 d. polock  .....  2-00  Joe.   Musso   1.00 p. Hartigan  ....  1-00 e.   Macdonaid      i-00 W.   Kennedy   .....  2.00 pc-;e Vezzone    1.00 w.   Pary.'.   1.00 yom Barron    I-00 Walter   Scott     1.00 wm. Rhodes   l-��0 M. Kearney  .....  I-00 Wm. Sullivan      1-00 Tomi Bates    1-00 jas. McKee    1-00  Chas.  Hanna  .'.   ��� 1-00 e. Gustafson    1-00 e. Mark    1.00 N. Tlierrien    LOO R.  Mackin    1-00 g.   Cruickshank     1-00 h.  J. Lowes    1.00 G.  Wormington     1-00 h. -Patriquin     2.00 A.    G.   Monkliouse  1.00 D. Mcintosh      ....    2.00  .... 3.50  .... 1.00  ... 2.00  ... 1.00  ... 1.0-0  ... 1.00  ... 1.00  ... 1.00  ... 1.00  ... 1.00  ... 1.00  ... 3.50  ... .3.50  ... 1.00  ... 3.50  ... 1.00  ... 3.00  ... 3.00  ... 2.00  .. 2.00  ;. 1.00  .. 2.00  .. 2.00  .. 1-00  .. 2.00  .. 1.00  ... 1.00  .  1.00  .. 2.00  . 2.00  : 1/00  . 1.00  . 1.00  . 2.00  : 2.00  . 1.00  . 3.00  .- 2.00  . 1.00  . l.C-0  . 1-00,  .-.���.1.001  .    1.00  1.00  2.00  1.00  ���1.00  2.00  '1.00  4.00  2.00  1.00  2.00  1.00  * 1.00  2.00  L00  '" "���'(!. o"b"  1.00  2.00  1.50  1.00  1.00  1.50  1.00  3.50  2.00  2.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  2.00  2.00  .1.00  2.00  i.oo  2.00  2^00  ^lTOO"  2.00  2.00  1.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  1.00  2.50  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  1.00  2.00  2.00  1.00  2.00  1.50  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  3.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  3.00  2.00-  3.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  1.00  1.00  5.00  5.00  2.00  2.00  3.50  10.00  2.00  2.00  . 3.00  5.00  3.00  D. Paulin  ; , 2.00  F. Fechan  1.00  W. Chamberlain  2.00  It. K. Wallace  1.00  J.   A.  B.    McDonald     ..-., 2.00  Joe Veiluc  1 .-oo  8.  A.  Fleming  ;  2.00  R. B. Dimock  2.00  Harry  S-a-it  2.00  G. Montico  2.00  C.   Bothamlcv  2.00  W. IT. Laird'.  j.00  M. Marshall  2.00  F. Clarke  2.00  C. A. Cobb  2.00  U '^*V -^ -"^ ���^. -^  G. Mitchell   2.00  W. E. Berry  1.0O  It. M. Calder  1.00  L.  C.  Collin  2.00  W. A.   Cameron  5.00  Jake ".Iaekie  2.50  F.  Moore ..,.'"  2.00  A. Clarke  2.00  Scv. Larson  2.00  F.  Johnson     2.50  A.   McFarlanc      1.00  M.   Kousck     3.50  Mike  Ryan  1.00  W. Tipper  .'. ...................... 1.00  A.  D.  Mezzonc  1.00  W.   Turnbull   .....:.......'......... 3.50  W. Woodward  2.50  IT.   Bottamley  2.50  L.   McLaughlin  2.50  F.   S.  Merrill  ..'.  2.50  E.  Fabro  2.00  M.  Bird ................:...;  .2.00  P. A. Foley  2.00  J. M. Boates v... 2.50  N. Brownlie    2.25  W. Foster  2.50  A. McKenzie .;.... .............v.......;.. 4.00  W. F. Shaw ;;.���....'.'.. ...............;....; 3.50  B. McLcllan  .............................. .3.00  P.  J.  Downes  3.00  J. Freeman  1.00  A. Villeneuve  2.00  C. Correll .............:... 2.50  J. Taylor  2.50  Gus Pade  1.00  oteaiKsMps. Emu; '.  ���SCEINCE SOON .TO DliSPE D5SBSL  Tho radiOTit energy falling on the dock  of a stcainer cruising tlio cceivn���is suf-  lieiont,-if it could be utilized, to propel  the ship with greater speed than is now  obtained from oonl. Only one-third of  the radiation is cut off by tho air.  Light has a chemical energy so intense  as to destroy micro-organic life. This  energy in it3 different manifestations is a  power in continuing life and curing dis-  -case. ��� Tho X-niy-w-hieh-is really concentrated sun li-rht, v/hen applied to somo of  tlio less fatal chronic ailments of germ  origin has proven very effective as a  curative,agent. Thi3 is tlio experience of  the skilled spccialisti at Dr. Picrco's Invalids' Hotel and Sur/jical 'Institute in  Buffalo. Although this institution was  founded many years ago by Dr. R. V.  Pierce as a genuino homo -^iwt a, hcixpiUil  ���for those aillictod v'ith chronic disease  yet it.has kept ab.-oasl, of thc times and  Its trained spociilists have become Medical authorities in their various lines.  Tlie violot-ray truatment, anothev in-  teru^tin!; proceeding, is produced by concentrating; tho light, rich in the violet or  chemical rays from an arc light with a  specially prepared carbon, upon any portion of tho body that may be the seat of  pain. Sufferers from neuralgia, sciatica,  rheumatism, strains, sprains, also from  thoso obscuro exhausting pains (the origin  of which cannot at, times be accurately  determined) frequently find immediate  relief from a sin^lo treatment and usually  with a littlo persistence in tho uso of this  aid, obtain comfortable health or perfect  recovery.  Thc in-ca.ndcscent light bath, consists of  a cabinet in which the patient is bathed  Tii=tho=eorab!ned:=3"a3'siiopiriany=elccti-ic=  light globes. This treatment has produced really wonderful results is diabetes,  sciatica, rheumatism, obesity, anemia,  and somo forms of kidney and heart  trouble. It has also proven valuable in  chronic bronchitis, bronchial asthma and  various skin diseases. As a general hygienic moasttro its efficiency can scarcely  bo over-estimate-].  Tlie sick who havo been treated at Dr.  Picrco's Invalids' 'Hotel, Bn.Talo, N.Y.,  havo much to say in regard to this wonderfully equipped Sanatarium, where all  the abovo electrical apparatus as well as  electric water baths, Turkish baths, static  electric mashincs, high-frequency current, and other most modern and up-to-  dato/apparatus is used'for the cure of  chronic diseases. Tho treatment of  chronic diseases that are peculiar to  women havo for many years been a factor in tho euros affected at thc Invalids'  ll'otol and Surgical Institute. 1  Tho physicians and surgeons employed  aro among tho most experienced and skillful in the country, men who havo made  those diseases their life study, ancl whoso  highest ambition is to excel iii their treatment  How well thoy have succeeded may bo  judged from tho fact tbat theii-practice  embraces cases from every Stato nnd 'Territory of tho Union as well as from foreign lands. .Many thousands aro annually treated, either through correspondence or at Dr. Pierce's Institution. It is  an old adago that. " Experience makes  perfect,"and tho skilled specialists in this  iiold of practices cure thousands of cases  which have been abandoned as incurable  by general practitioners. Hundreds arc  brought to tho Institution from far distant states and they go home in a few  weeks well and strong. Quito as marvelous aro thc thousands of cures annually  accomplished through correspondence,  while tiie patient remains quietly at  home. Others consult in person, ancl  after being oxamir.cd are provided with  specially prepared medicines and return  homo to carry out tho treatment.  In medicine there lias been rapid and  real progress during recent years, and Dr.  Pierce has lcopt up with the times in that  ho has had the manufacture and ingredients in his well-known remedies improved  in a modern laboratory by skilled chemists, the greatest care being exorcised to  see that the ingredients entering into his  well-known medicines Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription as well as the "Golden  Medical Discovery" are extracted from  tlie best variety of native medicinal roots.  These aro gathered with groat care and  at tho proper season of the year, so that  their medicinal properties may be most  reliable.  Theso extracts are then made soluble in  pure triple-refined glycerine and bottled.  Everyone who consults tho specialists,  whether by letter or in person rcccivei  tho most careful attention.  Groat care is exorcised not to over encourage thoso who consult the specialists  of this institution that no false ho[:cs  may bo raised.  Consultation by letter or in person is  absolutely free��� no chanjo'whatever���so  that the public when afflicted are invited  to write Or. Pierce nt the Invalids" Hotel  ���tad Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y.  fo  tie  zens  ers  Committees  Finance-J. A. I". Macdonaid, Dr. Coffin, V. Desaulnier, A. 1'erris, H.. Gamble, Ben Evans, P. F. Johnston, J. McTavish, K. D. Stinson, J. Taylor, M.  McNicol and J. S. MacEachern.  ��� Childrens' Sports-Charles A. MacKay  A. L- Melntyre and W. II. Laird.  Caledonian Sports���C.''A. Pootc, Chas.  Hanna and Harold Chapman.  Greasy Pig���M. Gill, P. Conrad and T.  Mil.er.  Advertjsinjj-F. J. Smyth and Herbert  Jackson.  Transportation-OS. A. Hill, E. O.  Kamm and A. P. Macdonaid.  Refreshments���William Reese, L. A.  Home, \V. Sullivan, C. A. Foote, Mike  Torpey, K. D. Stinson and James Roberts. *  Liquid Refreshments--]. W. Fitch, K.  ���A. Hill, J. McLaren, \V. A. Camercii  and James Ccrbitt.  Dancing���M. Torpey, Fred Effe, K. L.  Hutt aud J. F. Cairo.  Music���J. Roberts,   C.   A.   Foote  and  F. J. Smyth.  Grounds-A. Ferris. A. Gill and J.  McLaren.  Aquatic' Sports-R. Campbell, II.  Gamble and K. Carruthers.  Baseball���IT. Jackson. R. Gamble  and  G. Cruickshank.  Football-Fred Kgc, Albert Gill and.  M. McNicol.  -V  Cranbrook Band in Attendance  Special Trains and Reduced'Kates on CO.  -^  s*-*  ���  S. G. Blayiock,  Chairman  rriSj  Vice-chairman  \ji  Smyth,  Treasurer  E. O, Kamm,  Secretary  2ffi3SaS*E -5S"^C-2"^*"2**E-^^  KSZiizsi&S&asgiES&SSSg' I  J*?' S&* ^P' >***'��� J&* ^��r- /**' A?' A&* J^' A*7- J&. jf. J&. >��*"*'.  issspasn  ���**a*��^"<ssi>^g*�� '2^i��*^s��^t��. ��se>��ii$>l  :,z5si~g'3*-gs*mi-s^^  i^^^^^^-^^^^^-^s^5^--^.*^^'^?*^^.;  '������'''������^���'���'.���-y'^v.^^ ,  ���>������>���  t \ ��������� ,;TI��E I.EABEK, I\$0YOil, -BKI^ISII COLUMBIA  '.% Ft  ?a,'�� '.  i ��.��� fc'  ?���* l!  it.  it  m  w  I  ���Mv:  If.  silt;  ���/ig_^i_i'_2a8_'_ffl'^^  tt��3��5-*C��IBXS>Wna_^^  IffJW-CaTTWW!*^^  ras3**"*g"_m-H^  _TTr_-3��-ra-^^  irir^i  event, in  the history of the district has created such a],stir as the  which has been running for the past two weeks at the  o  Many people of Moyie -have made the trip to Craubrook for the purpose of taking  advantage of the extraordinary low-prices'this nnrt is iiq\v offering, especially on their stocl  of-furniture.    - - ���''        ���''       '     * '" A  This sale will continue for another week at least and to accomplish the end for which  this HURRY OUT SALE WAS INAUGURATED, viz: to reduce their'tremendous stock  to a twenty thousand dollar limit, thc management has decided to make a still further cut in,  : all lines of furniture:- ���       "���'-'��� ���  "'.''���>������  Read the prices ali, and compare them carefully with those oi other dealers.  .Collapsibfte, Rubber?  Tyred 6o=Carts  F. 0, B, CRANBROOK  Iron beds $ 2.95  Mattresses _7    3.25  Springs    3.00  Couches"   Couches, leather.  ChhVPs iron cribs  Kitchen' chairs _'_.  Extension, tables.  5.45  26.00  ���: 7.95  .40  Rocker_____._________    .75  Arm rockers_  _ _ _ _   2.25  Fine,  shaped seat,  oak  parlor rocker    4.95  Morris chairs, green vcl-.  I', ���:  our cover,   spring  seat,  Dining chairs, all wood   1.00  ��* J -I 1 : ...  Dining chairs, set of six,  No. 220 _-_-_____'_____ 22.50  Parlor    centre     tables,  over 30 designs to choose  from. Prices range from  Dresser  and  Stand  Jr*'  ���   ��� -  8.95 quartered oak frame��������� 9.00 $1.50 to___ ������ - ��� ���  7.85  Prices are  Above $50 We  Don't Miss Thi?  ."0." B, Cranbropk, on Orders  jll Prepay the Freight,  ',������'"'".���'������������ ���'  are.at Money Saving Event  ^aSoj��k^tive  This is the best bargain ia  our stock. Bevel' y>late jtlans  mi**ror, 12 by 24. Three drawers ju,dosser, one and door ia  stand.  ���gaaHa^iMBia^^  1 -_M_-_��----^----^-*������My"l"*---^-S  Canada's 'Greatest��� Why?'  The people recognized our worth, then, followed the rapid  and mighty -growth-of our- firm, -and'incidentally, the rise  of  ������our Vancouver store the greatest jewellery-house in "Western  iQa.na.daJ   ���   ������ ��� ���  ���'* -   -'���    ���-���������������       - ���'-'���        ��� '���       '���  "��� ��� Our object is, and always has been, to give the public  the most efficient sendee possible.- This object prompted the  ^establishment of our Mail Order System;-, which, touching  ���every point in the great Canadian west, from Winnipeg to  ���'tidewater, gives to the out of town shopper the privileges and  advantages of those living in the city. ������ ' '������ ;'  r"Yourneed-the-service;s-o'f-Canada-s-greate-5t,stoi'e^aiid the  .���BUSINESS '��� LOCALS.  benefit of.its. moderate prices. Thei* get in touch with us by  ''.sending forour-illustrated 'catalogue- wherein1'is represented  ��� our. entire, stock. ���*'    ��� .  k ��� '    All gdo'ds ���promptly delivered at our expense.  FOR SALE ��� Bedsteads and  springs. -Six bedsteads and fom  springs.���Apply to Taylor & Bon  ner, International Hotel.  '������''Miss Ii. M. Scott, trained nurse  of Ilafcliwell Etdspital,"' Winnipeg-,  is ready for engagements of'any  kind. ' Maternity a" specialty  Moyie. Adv.  Singer Sewing Machines cost  very little more than cheap ma  chines.' Do the best wprk and  iasb=ar-iife-timef==^!^Qld^oh=^s{nall  monthly payments' by Oe.qi B  Powell, Cranbrook. Iii' Moyie on  10th of each'tnonth.   ���'������'���'  '  FOJR, SALE���About S5 chairs  (Suitable for hall or roomsiu hotel.  '' ftoiiry" Birks "& Sofls,  Tcwelery mail order house   " Geo! E. Trorey, Man. Dir  '   " ���'���'       ���    L   VANCOUVER,, B-  C.  At tlie Ch'toclies-  ���MBTlIOmST   CHURCH  Morning service-at 11 a. m. Sun-  J iy,, School,. ,3. p. m. Evening.sei  viae, 7.:30 p. m. A htjarty .wel-  ���ji'-ne; extended   to.all.  COOK,  ��� (PaStor  REV7S.  METAL   MARKET.  New York���Bar silver, 53 cts  Lead $4.50.  London���Lead, -C12,15s.  pitEsnYTEjjiAN.  cnnncii.  Morning Service 11 a', m. Snn-  :.lay school and Bible class   at. 10  a.m.    Evening Service at 7*30   p.  in. .A hearty welcome to a'll.  BEV. G. A. HACKNEY, B. A.  .:;;..���     i.     ,     ,,    ���       (Pastort .  fjame shoulder is almost iuvari-  fibiy caused, by. rheminiatism of  the muscles and yields quickly, to  the free application   of Chamber-  ���v.;u'a Liniment.   -This liniment is  ro'; only prompt and elTecfcual.but  in   no .way 'disagreeable to use.  Sold-by the Moyie. Drug & Sta-  jonsry Co...        . .',:  The Reason  i-'tither���It's near midnight and  i oau't seo why Anna's '-young man  iuir-n't sense enough to go home.  Ijittle Willie (in the next room)'  ��� lie can'b-'go. pupi; sifter's sit-1  ������i:*.-j on aim.  1 \                       - (   ���      ���      ���--������-  Stock Q,uo];atio__s.  PuitNism:;) ]5y 111  SAI'E & EUVELL.  i'.p.     Did        A  skei  Aiirorn  Onnsoliilfitcfl Smelters  Cim. (Sold fields  North Star  Society. Girl  70.00          82  ���1.  G  .2")  1.00  ,   fl  10  2  Shamrock Creamery Butter  :    Shamrock Leaf Lard '  Shamrock Hams  -'"'   and  Imperator Bacon  For sale by  all first class  grocers and  I ImifP1*! -[^-Enquire at Leader office.  I4111UWU- J   YQ�� SALE__Two lotg and two j  houses, on north Tavistock street  One is a six room house, comple  tely furnished and with wsodshed  and icehouse' attached.   Good well  on place; also'stable and chicken  house.   Also Jilason & Risch piano  almost new.   For price and fin  ther * particulars   apply   to   Mrs  J. 11. McDonftld.  F-ldiiig collapsible go-carts,  rubber tires, brown and black)  finish,' $7.00 each at the Cranbrook''  Co-Operative Storos, Cranbrook.  FOR SAL^ OR RENT ���Large  live room house either for sale or  rent. Large cellar, chicken house,  woodshed and good We|l. Close  to town. - Will be sold cheap. Apply to Mrs. Henry Giles, Moyie.  /'ROOMS WITH BOARD-Two  nicely furnished rooms'* with  board.   Apply to Mrs. Lomer.  F<OR SALE���Four room house  and shack with lot; both furnished, $450. Apply, T. Sumnlers,  Cigar Store. '  MUSIC LESSONS���I am prepared to give lessons on piano to  any pupils wishing same. Apply  to F. H. McMahon, International  Hotel.  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL  This hotel is now under new  management, and is first class  in every respect  TAYLOR &  BpNNEE,  PROPRIE-OBS.  victoria .Street. MOYIE  FOR  ELECTRICAL SUPPLES  IF IT'S JOB PRINTING  ofralTdeIcr-pioT^  fittings, lamps, shades or motqr  boat supplies,  spark, plugs,  coils,  batteries, go to or write. ���<>���.  J. H. RINGrROSE  Stanley St. Nelson, B. C.  Ltd  MOYIE,  B. C.  The Royal Seal  cigai   has been  before the smoking public  for a  l'lioto ty NoluittD, Montreal  SIR WILLSA^ VAN  HORNES  Tho Builder of thc Canadian Paciflc.  Sir William Van Home, Chairman of tho Board of Directors of tho Canadian  "Pacific R. R., 13 the most versatile man in Canada. He is a railroad builder who  defied obstacles that would have daunted most able men; h'e is a collector of paintings and is a painter of ability; ho is a deep student and ��� pleasing-talker; he is a  successful amateur farmer; he is the head and prime mover in dozens of big entcr-  Erises which he handles', simultaneously with the case of a Japanese'juggler tossing  alls .into the air; and he is invading Cuba and Cuatcmala with the great advancement of civilization���railway*.   ...  He was born near Joliet, 111., in 1S43, a lineal descendant of one of tho Dutch,  founders of New Amsterdam, the germ from which tho great city of New York has  evolved-   At fourteen the death.of his father made it necessary for him to sccurd  the living the world owes to everyone who works day and night to collect the debt.  He was first telegraph;operator ;on thc Illinois Central, then went into the servico  of th6 Michigan Central where .ho1 remained six j'ears, leaving to bo train dispatcher  ���of the Alton, there rising successively to thc position of superintendent of telegraph  and divisional superintendent.^" He afterward occupied managing positions en the  St. Louis, Kansas City and .Northern, Southern Minnesota, Chicago and Alton,  and Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railways, going from the latter to tho Can-  ���adian Pacihc as general manager. ... .. ���       '���   '  The inception of this, ono of the world's greatest railway systems, was due  to the patriotism, courage and enterprise of Lords Mount Stephen and Strathcona'  and .other capitalists; but the virtual building of the road and putting into the  completed work the spul of7a mighty purpose, the boundless energy, vitality and  brain that have made it what it is, was tne work of Sir William Van Home. In  1884 he became vice-president of the road and four years later was made president  . His splendid organizing ability, his mastery of detail, his infinite resourcefulness,  his conquest of obstacles���all find their lasting monument in this splendid work.  He. has the visions into the future that distinguish all great leaders; ho sees the oak  in the acorn, he sees in imagination thc busy town with its "teeming population,  where other men see only a possible good aite for a town. For him to see a need,  ia to plan; for him to;plan,-ia to execute. ���  In 1894, Queen 'Victoria, recognizing the marvelous impetus he had given to  Canada, conferred on" him an honorary knighthood, which he modestly accepted  as a tribute to his railroad, and _has .since carried his honors with the simplicity,  grace and dignity of ii- large-minded, broad-gauge man. /'i  I Katcied acco:d';3Et�� Act oi _!��� Parliamcnl of C'AiiU-i, In tLc year IMD, by ***. n, M_cV. eA tis DqnrlmcnS of Asricuf.ure  CAN DO IT  STRAWBEURIES  Strawberries for preserving.  Shipments to start on June 21st.  Price, f.o.b.. Wyndell, b!  C, $2.50.  I>ill your orders either direct or  with your local express^agent who  will post you on the arrival of the  goods.  Those who can afford ifc should  not neglect to put up a }iberal  supply of tho Queen of Fru\t, the  Strawberry, and when do^ng so  g-efc it from the party who can deliver the berries at your door the  same day as picked from field.  . And there is only one party  thafc can comply with this condition and till the wants of manyj  aud that is  O.J. WIGEN,  Wyndell, B. O.  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy' is  sold on a guarantee that if you  are not satisfied after using two-  thirds of a bottle according to the  directions, your money will be refunded. It is up to you to try.  Sold by the Moyie Drug & Stationery Co.  This paper is in a position  to supply you  with  anything  you may require in. office  stationery,    private    stationery,  dance programs, inenus,   dodgers, posters, stoclf certificates,  receipt books,   shipping  tagsi  and in fact anything you neecl  in this line.        And the price  will be satisfactory.  IF IT'S JOB PRINTING .  do/.en years.   Jl6 is made iu Nelaon  eham-erlain-s Cougii flsmedy i:^,.^,,':^^.' '" "c"-  '    Ca-csColds,-troup ana WopiD_Cou-*b/'..^VUJ  lH0lul"'un ^"u-.  MISS HELENA HARRISON  Certificated Graduate of Toronto Conser",  ���   ��� vatory of Music  ! P. 0. Box 127 -   Cranbrook, B. C.  V  ���t  CAN ��0 IT  Dr. He E,  HALLj  DENTIST  The Expert Crown and Bridge  Worker.  Office over Mr. Short's  Wall      Paper      Store  be in Moyie every Thursday I  Armstrong Ave.,       Crsnbrcckj

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