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THE CRAiNBROOK HERALD.
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OEANBBOOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   SATURDAY,   SOVEMBEH   30,   19015
NUMBER :i«
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital. $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000
HUM) OFFICE, TORONTO
li. li. WAl.Kt.l-, i..*. .1 ll.,....,;,, Al I \. I MKl>. Ami. Gen'l Manager
BANK MONEY ORDERS
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Ovn   *.' I not exceeding $10         Scents
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FOR   SALE
BEALE & ELWELL
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one    acre   ol    land    lor
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Small cash paymenl only
and easy terms on balance
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DON'T    FORGET
Om display .'I li.viliv, Silverware .nul Novelties
sullable Im* Xmas Gills; We have |usl received
another shipment ,>l lewelr. and we would be
phased to have youi ill ind inspect our goods and
we'll give you our prices. Xmas.ii neai so don'l
delay. Anything you m.u pick oul will lv laid
aside until called for,
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"WILGA" PRIVATE HOTEL
Ine mosl comfortable house and the best
table in the Kootenays
Apply (or terms
Mrs. I lolford, Cranbrook
CITY COUNCIL MEETS
llol.lis l-'ol II SESSION'S IN 1* l\ K
DAYS
In ai'.anil.iiu'c to tlia proclamation
I.i -i s.ilm,i.n' witli,,m formality tho
mu iin council met at tin' Hit- hall
ai l_ Hiluili. nul, mav,,i Rogers and
alili'iini'ii Murphy, Tisdale, li i ami
'a.I   | ..-til       On  in,,li,,n  ,,f  al
il.'iiii.u, Jackaon,   seconded in  aldei
n.ai.     tliiiul.i,    lln-     ma|t„||   ,„|j „.,|
' ai ,n   tl.,'   Mas ■ lull at    _
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I |.ilv ,.i  3 uVliiek tl,,'   .....y...
 I all   lla* al.lallna -I    aial  iaa,.,
lingers called il..-    uieotltig lo order.
li.,*i,* »,* nli ., Herald represent t
tin*   ,ii„i   i\ssi-sul     Nelsun   j,i»'.s"iil
j sldo   Irom   il..*   la-nil    stlluled
| luminal otllcots Mayor Uogers
mail,'   .,   M-i i   pleasing   aildrcss   In
iiimii In-   e-uiiiuliin. il lln-    council
an.l spuk i.a I uuferred upon
all   ..I il..-in   In  ilia   people naming
it nui   ..   ti,,-   n,,,   udlclal lmil)    -.1
«'iaiilin,„l,, slating llml In* lelt   .un
ilnii    llial all    iiiailil null. I..i     lla-
.-ai interests   ul tlia city, ami   thai
Itliej   mail,I   lain-   ll„. support  ,.,!    tile
peuple in ,.,, .1........
Il„* iiia.ui   ilii'i, appointed the two
lulliill lilt  .'uliiiiiit Uii,
Finance—Messrs Fink, Qreei ..nil
Murphj
Works Jackson, Tisdale and Hick
entiotham
'lln* appoliitmcnl ,,[ a clerk was the
Insi business, and i; 11 Tlioiiip-ion
uaa named as tin- temporary clerk,
A ballot ivas then ordered and ii ro
suited as lolloivs
T. ,M     Hoberts, 1. I.   It   I'., ie,
I, I'   II   I'H'sI, .1. ...
A second I...II..t  im, lered   villi
il„* ilium* ui .lit Patmore being dropped ami ii resulted in Mi Presi receiving imn mil's nml .ih. Hulii'i'ls
iu,,. Mr. I'resi uas declared tbo
nisi alaii, ,,i Cranl ik.
Tl..* I.allui was ., secret one, bin ii
liuin generally reporled that un ilia
insi ballot, alderman Clrcoi t I nn
1'..iin-...-, alderineii Murphy, Tisdnlo
.iml .'ml, voted i.m I'icst, nml alder-
im*ii Jneksoti ami I In l,i*iii.„i luun voted i.u Hoberts, li is suppuscd lhat
un in,* second ballot alderman Ulcer's
lull- noil   In   I'li'sl, „n,l ii tbers
l,'tail llll- siiliii- as iiii till- lllsl. Sua,,
ll   lias    a SCCIl'l   Ilall,,I.      I,iiliiini;     Is
Iniuiiii ib* talj, Imt ilm Herald    is
giving whul is talked on lln* street,
ami   U   mat   he    liglll   01   II   lllll)      In'
aoHRn_f_^)RBas^^
Oreei  said he had uu SS   |i^l *f T tf        T  T     _ ^T^f TVTf *®
:;:,,;;;;;:, i   lhe Lord Helps Those Who!
|   S    Help Themselves/'    S
li;   profit!   "II   .Halt     'a-1     ft\
sold.     Aide .'   I* '""'.Q
lia did I,"'     u.mt tu   pul il,.* hotels
uut uf liuliii'ss, lint   tin.until  Uiat  'I.,'.
sj.uiii.i pay ., , I license     Aide, n.ai.
Tisdale   thuughl I na.   . nough       Un
ii n ,,l alderman   ' ■        >i il
ail   1,1      .,1,1, r iiuii,   III, lai,l„,ia .11
license   was pul    „i    '        la.
ameitdmenl ul tnayot  Kogi i
ail by alderman  JI dal.   lo pi  ti„.
license al t nui »a- lot'
I I.a Jit J la.,,In' I,a, ),a -*,l In Ha*
council was a lul,- uf lhailkl to tin*
Herald loi Uu- enterprise displayed
ii, issuing an fiua iu give Un* people
tbe news ul   tin* apt i "Iltl I la*
sciuiiil was a I"''* "1 11.-nil.- lut   t
Nelson Ioi lus assistance and jdvice
lli,*i discussing several miuul
points, ami agreelnu lu tenl looms in
ii..- Leask building lhc council ad
iuurued to meet tt.-.i iduy niglil
lit   O.  I'   Ti
elected oil)
p.,in*
ul .1   I'. Fink, seconded
..iii'. .1. A. Arnold   was
tiasiiii'i*.
inlllllllssinn  ii ill be ap-
ointcd bi   tin- guvertitneni   at   once
.insist lilt;  ,,[   111,,  llll'llllii'ls  who   lllll
,t iiiiii the mayor, a temporary ap-
oiiilment uf chlel ol police was made
i naming K s, Bgron, the present
mn,,, ml constable, ami llml   Hlack
s assistant.
ou iiinli.ni oi .1, 1' Kink, II II
'humpson was u.iiiirit as city solici-
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luiiili
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ion tli
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lularles wore fixed as lollows:
■ ul nil    clerk, assess,., an
a   mm. per mouth,
..I    ,iii    treasurer,   tr, pt
nl mi   sullellur,   s,a pe
,,[ ,l,mi ,,i police,   SSS |H*
,,i   assistant chlel,   t.u j..
,in,B Im   a sen
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l>)i'law |,
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JEWELRY   AND   5IIATIRYVARn
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Jewel,'
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Ihey
i,l,-,,l I'lni.luun Ihev iliinl,
when nue i lunl,-,,f Jcit.li"
illv lliiiik.if T1TK .1 -ON     Ull
I never in'lli'ii lilslorv ul   Kasl   Kooleiinv
unnil varied -,i,.,*k bIhiwii. Ii is livia 'I.n
eviiried. ll Is inula nrli.lle. nn.l heller tint ti ever. It wns lionglil
Itm-llv- liriees. Yuu will •."■! llie liencllt. I'u.|. in ami see lhe
ik,   li will ,1,, min liaan ami eves r I. nml make Cliilntlnas
SSION
aii,    adjou nl   coiineil iesimi.il
business ..I n u'elock Present- Mayoi
llogen ..a.I ulili'iiiii'ii Murphy, Ureer,
Hi, kenbnthani, Tisdale ami Jackson.
. i.i i. Prest, m,la i,,,i Thompson,
tteasillel Aim,I,I ami am, l, appointed
, lin-i   nl   pulil'l!   li     S     11,111111 ll.iml
m.ul. law remarks tu lln cllecl tliat
Iimi  III.,, I,    could m.I     see In-, way
, I,,, iepl a,   appolntmettt     Al
.i.n    i.i.i* I.an *,..iil ihai   ith
Black i,'i.i i.m. that in* iAli Black)
.....iiii a.,! act a,. Hi Baton's u.-.suit-
.,,,:  i„>i would recommend .tli   u  Mr
LeUJI M,l I.n In. nitliri       Mll.l
Ilall lia Jul Iiul   llllllk  llial  In- nm, ullt
, lai ami wanted to go on record
 I.a statement Unit In-. Mi   Jack
...ii, as a citizen, a ratepayer and au
alderman ul Hm city ol L'rnnqrook,
mis iiiii iii faun ut tin. appointment
.i tli   It  s  Huron I.. Hi,* iiiisliiini ul
Iimi ,,( pul  I.u   lhc .ity ul (Iran
luuuli Mi Hit..,ti was present when
this slalement was made.
Itutli Mi lliuuii ami Mi McLean
subscribed lu lbe oath ul olllce and
departed.
The lintel live-law, providing for
eight licensed hotels al a yearly license nf $.160.0-, was Riven ils lirst
reading. The bye-law also provides
fm two wholesale houses wilh an
annual license nf $200.00.
HI.IJNKSIl.lt S MKKIIStl
'II,,* adjourned meeting "i Ha* . i"
...in,, il na.. held ai il..* I..*.. I chain
I.ai- ai _ |i in rn. Wednesday even
Ing Tin* mai..i presided I'Je I..I
lowing i.ii'iniii'is ut council attended
Mi-ssis Ureer, Tisdale, Murphy,
Jackson, Hlckenbotham ami Fink
Tlm illy solicitor, ilnii ul nulaa* ami
iiii clerk inn* in attendance, Tlie
minutes ol last meeting l.uv int. been
read and carried, Hie regulai business
..I ilia meeting was proceeded will.
Al.l.'iiuaii Fink, us niii- uf tin- tin
mi- commlllee, slated that lu* ami
those associated with lum, as alsu
Mi Thumps,,ii uiiiliil un lha malum
am, „i Hn- Inaiil limits in iiiilai l„ as
certain tin- terms un whieh those Institutions would handle Hn- monetary
affairs ol the nn Hi- asked thai
Mi. Thompson lell iha meeting the
result ut Hi.* Interviews wilh Messrs,
Malpas, ul Um Canadian Hani, ol
Commerce, nml Alt. Piiikhain lhe
manager ul the lnipeihil Bank.
Air. Thompson slated llial Mr.
Malpas saul Unit i,,i* all advances
made by lhu Hank ot Couimefcu tu
the city li pai cent, wuiilil lit- charged.     II   u sinking   fund foi Hu* iiii
Indebtedness were pruvlded, t i tin*
[aim luiulil In- reduced tu a j..-1 eenl.
It Ua any should deposil any sum. ol
money in lis ei'edll lu the savings
haul, department ul lhe Hani, ol
Commerce, it would he alluwed 3 pel
cent lot tin- use ui tin- public money.
Mr. i'ltikhalii, lu a li'l It'l lu All
Thompson, saul that ills lunik uas
prepared iu advance whatever sums
the city uuulU require (presumably to
the Inuii ul   ils borrowing capacity)
ill   tile lata uf j_  pel* I'l'ltt, anil  that
it would allow j per cent, un all
balances standing lo the credit ul Lhe
iity airiiiiiii. Turning tu the question uf lhe amount ul lhe prospective
revenue ut Hn- city, Mr. Thompson
staled thai he ami ihe nuance committee hail gone [airly mill Into Lhe
details, From liceuses (trading ami
liquui) they exueeled t-l.tillll a year.
From the public school grant about
U.aim would be derived. As lu ibe
amount uf properly taxation In- could
m.i speak definitely as uo rale hail
yet been struck, The cily assi-ss-
inenl would very likely approximate
I..uu,uuu On all lhe heads h,'
tl,,,,,gi,I that ilu< iity revenue would
im close un $15,000 a year, exclusive
ol ilu- road lax.
riii- iiiayui suggested that ilu- report ,,i the finance committee, and
ui all othei committees should In iu
tun* in* put in writing lu Uus lhe
council concurred.
Aid,'iinaii Jackson as representing
lha works committee saul that they
had secured lhe place whete they were
assembled lui a council chamber, ll
euitld uu uceasion he alsu used US a
court ilium Hi*, committee had
i a nli   Armstrong aboui  that   tei
lllill- place, thf |i,ll. alld ha saul
Ihal ll wuiilil In- let I.. II..' ..II Inl
1.111   a   III..lllll .111     Jail,'    tliulight
it wuuld he well it the council heard
Mi Haioti, ehiel ul police, o. the
mattei ol certain necessity Improvements in that building
Mr. llaiou suggested nuking the
present court room assume tin, ap-
perance of a patalli'lugiatu by throwing mlu it a part ul lhe present jail
ull,,*,* There was a necessity f,n a
dock tut the prisoners and thete was
u crying necessity fur papering the
walls Wire lattice could he put un
the cell windows tu prevent liquor
ninl weapons being passed into pus
ers from the outside. Hi* knew uf
liijiiui being passed iu. Light was
also badly wanted at lhe hack entrance coming up the alleyway Irom
lhe Royal holel. There was a wanl
ol it'uuil to keep prisoners from being
frozen. The matter was referred lu
the works committee.
Mr. Thompson then called lhe attention uf the council to the qilalili
| We are helping ourselves by showing you the Largest Holi&y
ft Slock in the Kootenays.
]        We .ue now all ready to invite you to come up stairs In our store and see the
B  Ji;.pl.iy we have prepared.
ti Your troubles aboui selectin
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K, Your troubles aboui selecting something suitable for your Iriend is all dispelled
p.   when you  see  our  line, and DON"T FORGET we can save you money
g. rrom December first till Christmas, on all Holiday Goods, we will give a discount of
ten tier cent oil lor cash,
alike
COME AND LOOK.
Everything marked in plain figures and Everyone treated
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Wm. P. Tate cS: Son,
I   Tliere   wus   consiilcralile discussion «-'atiinis of Uii!    voters who would l»*
ovei1 tin-   rale   io he charged hotels, entitled to vote at tin' nexl election
Alderman Mlekcnliotliaiu, in start thu UiV    n,ttyot JU|t1   alderman.      Then!
[bull rolling,   proposed a license    of were three classes ot persons entitled,
Jion.     Alderman .Jackson said   that thai is, (hose   who are assi'ss«>ii   at
I was lim much, aud   llial. $3ftu    was tion u yeai' and upwards, certain of-
high < in It.     The Craubrook hotels ficials of public companies, ami house j
habitation, except maybe .1 tenl wus
a I iu u sen u lilt-1 provided In- paid ._ u
uui in direct taxation in the ciij
The recent amendmeni Lo Un. Mu.i._i
■j.il Acl created a diflleultj in Intel
prutation ol thu meaning ol Llie
amending section Each huuheholilei
-.■••■king tu be put on tin- voters II t
should make a declaratlun Llial hu
had paid i'i wiilmi Uu- yuai to lhe
city, ami lhat lie had resided within
Hn-   lllllll.*,  ul   III.-  JlilliHri'i.illl'    Im    lhe
previous twelve imuillis lln- puinl
un 11 eil un Un* construction ol Lhe
wuul municipality, since Hn- muuici
pality uf Uranbrook was uui, m um-
Cold Weather
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Me
will
would uut he even *  lhe
iruilit'i when ilu- voting l
havo lu he closed, lie wauld a*-)*. .1
direction from Hie council thai in- be
permitted Lo instruct Lhe i-uj clerk
uui lu admit anyone un Lhe vol ing
Iim except iliuse rated at $100 .unl
ap wai ils. .Someone who might he
excluded froni voting h> this arraogc
meul could summarily bring tin- our..
Hon bel'uie Llie COUUt) colli i judge Whu
wuuld dispose ol tlie ((iii-stlon iu »
moment, The county cuurt nidge
might he here un the 'ind ol January.
It was decided lo leave lhe mattei
in Un- hands of Uie city solicUui.
The live-laws received .11 lenl nui,
that having relation to ihe sales ul
liquors by retail ami wholesale ha\
mg been advanced lo its second read
ing. It wiil, when made lull} upura-
nve, probably provide lor .1 Ucciihc
duty uf t-_U a year payable qii.uici
ly. Bye-law uumber ;>, which will
regulate the luxation foi trades
places uf public auiuscmeuL, upturn
sellers, commercial Lravellers, sbuws,
eiii'iires, and su on, lias nut 'ti euiue
tip fur consideration.
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il       Mackinaw's    or   St ti b*
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♦ Proof Rubbers.  One pair
♦ of   Stub Proof   Rubbers
X       will   wear from one  to
three winters and a Carss
Coat will never wear out.
Try Ihem and get Satisfaction
!\ I'. It. OKKK'KUS I.N SI'OKAN'I-.
Spokesiuaii-Heview; Within the uexl
few weeks the Canadian I'ueillc luil
load will open gcuetal ollu es in Spul.
ant*. While Uie I'anadiaii Lraliscoil
i men lal system's importance as ,1
connecting link iu tins city will nul
assume wide proportions until Lhe
companion ol ihe Spokane Interna
lionul line, the establishment ul Lbe
general ullices is cuiilcliiplali'il as an
upciiiiig wedge, io line up sbippers
pcudiug ihi* tune when the V. i' ll
is m a position tu la) il..wn freight
in the eeutei ui Uu* Spokane cuuu
tiy.
Among Canadian Pacific men, Lhe
mallei has reached the polnl whole
applications au* being made tui Mn
ageuc)        Hn-liaid   \\\    Drew,    duel
eleik   lu  the ussislaiil  genelal    lieu hi
agent at .Nelsun, ti l' , is suggested
as a piubable appointee, Mr. timw
has been identified with the Canadian
i'acilie Hi the Kouteiia)s Ior 1^ yeais,
and is widely known lie wa.-* in
SpoKaue a few weeks Ago,
—JKWELERH AMi    _-
QKADUATK OPTICIANS  wl.nM\.-ll managed and operated by a holders.    Those latter were Un- real-1 Tn"HSncialWtranfla*ctious""with" llVuTual
Uni'.iul   Watrb   Inspeotorfl,   Crowa Ni._l    vuss   Uivmiuu,  U.   P.   K  good class of citizens.      Mayor Hug-  ly important class.    Anyone having a! money.
rUL-H   iUcCUHUV OUT
iih   AND   HIS    RELATIVES  Iti-
S1CIN   ITi-JiR OFFICES.
New Vork, Nov. 27.—The World   li
authority lui the statement Uial
Richard A. Aict'urdy, president uf Un
Mutual Life Insurance company 1 hs
lesigiiod. the date of his reslgnu
lion depends un the time required h}
the trustees tu lind his successor,
The inveKiigufioii committee did
nut accept Mr. McCiuxly's oitei lo
cul bis salary in hall because such
acceptance wuuld have pledged then
to a continuance of the McCurdy iu.ui
agement. Quickly folluwing the n
Urement uf president McCurdy, 1 i:
sun Robert IL McCurdy general manager uf Mutual, and his son-in-law,
Louis A. Thi'haiul, the general agenl
for N'ew Vork, have resigned. \'..u\
ot these three men luvi* been drawing
approximately $150,010 a year h
salaries and commissions frum tin
company besides their indirect
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The Cold Weather is Here
But we got that stock of stoves early.
They are the best made, wood or coal. A
good stove is economy. Coal and wood
cost money. Buy one of our stove and
save fuel
J. D.  McBRIDE
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C. E. REID & CO.,
DRUQQISTS 'Phone 71 STATIONERS
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NEWS OF  THE
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pppNlG, [the resuming    ol operations by    thi-
Moyie Lumbei  (i      1 ..* o itiuok Ioi
tin*   lun,I.u  'a. to   be
^^^^^^^^ ..Ml   11   1.   llllia.l,*:!    thai
-iVm. Eschwig in in  In*. new    Vint. . , conlemplat-
ttrs an-    . ' .,* again
~ : Let ui beam tif.'.v to mi
MINING   NEWS tt»nc*, who have never seen the  mine  „.c ,,* >•
"" !or siuJied its conditions like the ch.:!    *■    cordii "ti   ol
         ,   „           I luslioe ilttl, will over-rule his dccisio.. '                                            *.'   "   .'.*.
■">■ "ur:T     :,**'» B.-«_t».
leposil    in  the    Sullivan mine cau'ou . mifetlt wcu act on t.|!e   c*oniiaon Sel u
lln- Man ,u:i'    welter into existence, 'lines adopted bv chief justice Hunter, j , ■ a IUI
the succi - ol '!<  st. Eugene in tfceJThe    decision,    which has been long ' hM Placc draw
only delivered a day or I
(From *h& Fernie Ledger.)
a flourishing bi
W. R. R< ss, M P. P . lelt lasl
Wednesday evening Ioi Winni)
legal business to be gone ten days m
two weeks.
The Queens h tel       u Iel   I
the lathing la :       ■        ■ ne.   Thi ■
will t>e a vei j et mmi
finished.
Tbe new office built! I oal
Co. on the square is rapl.llj neartng
completion Kummei A I illj imes
arc doing thi- plastering
ll. u. Herchmei is sick with typhoid lever though we arc glad to be
able tu .say that the attack is not
considered a very severe one, ami It
Is hoped lhat Mi Herchmer will soon
be out of bed.
The gang of men who have been
working on the government road between Morrissey mines and Carbonado
have finished that part of their work
and are now at work repairing the
road leading [rom Morris.;ey to Kernie at the point where the mud slide
occurred some time ago
The Coal Co, paid oul $73,533.25
here and at Coal creek last Saturday, and $57,170,85 at Michel and
Carbonado, The three lumber companies pay out about $10,000, which
witt the railroad and other wages
paid by small linns, makes a total
ul over   $100,000 per month put    in
alo
iu
Assuming thai ther
within the terrltoi
Ihis wage roll    an
circulation    foi
about the City.
arc 5,000 pcopl
represented by
that  the average family  is five there
is $1110.00 per month to each family.
Without the wage earner what   would
we do lu meet our bills?
W. R. Wilson, oi Toronto, lormerlj
manager ui the Coal company hen*.
and Mr. John Hrown, ui Spokane, nr-
rived in town this morning ami wenl
up to the mines to hnve a look ji iti'
great tipple They leave this even
ing for Michel tn inspect  the    wi rk
done un  ihe Iai -r, al  propel ly   on
the KU. river, in whieh tbey are    In
teres led.
Mr. and Mrs. Staebler leave tomorrow to take up Lheir residence in
Nelson. Mr. anl Mrs Staeblei are
leaving a host (Ji friends in Feinie
who will miss them greatly hut ...iut
good wishes win follow tin- young
couple to their new home, and 'heir
future wiil be watched with ihe keen
Ihlerest of the warmest friendship.
The Ledger wishes Ihem tin: lullcst
success in their new field. Nelson
will have gained iwo goi.d citizens
and one of the best musicians in the
West.
ad  In
j. U. Cuiumlngs
ed Sunday irom
river, where he
some ranch [nope
Uie ranches of Ei
Spaick and Krank Manner,
surveyed a ten-acre Iol ioi
which he had purchn -.1 dI
company, on the noi Mi i li
creek, Mr. Cummlngs re]
the available lands are I
up rapidly and will sooi
These enterprising settl
fruit trees   and are goi
, D. L. S., return-*
a Irip up the   Elk
surveying
lie surveyed
st Heinz, Franh
ot the Iai ■   it and I   il  equipped
a the  Crow, and ti pan) has
)_tensive timbei limits that wilt keep
it running        lilj   foi   yeai *
Don McKay ai 1 his men have been i  . ■ .,;
loing sou.   good  wo ■ on  the road     ,        .
in   the    vicinttj "i   Moyie the pn l
week       Thc road easl ol   lown haa
been pul  in ri pali   toi  _ distance   ol
•ven   miles ami   eight  new   bridg *-
have I.. n imiii     Mi   Mi Kaj is now
.  ii ni   n'l,:.    iu the road
■ ih .'i  town   which aro badlj    In
need of fixing.
hands 'ii Jaiui    Crouin h.i-- put bimjp^jug
n    ;,   i   ;i ui the War Eagle-Center \Xvo ag^
Stai combination, whieh will soon in-J ,iiti __
elude ih   Lettolill public indications,   Fi.. Morgani    me 0t the principal
''■'■■' *':'-' "l"'1'      ''•'•'* Kw>" oliiiers in the ianious* l.tul *,  .1.,,*,. '
nam,     .mm, resource. In Iron   equal  PoplM ....^ .           t   wlich   ^
to I.*.  la-.-iiiMa in coal, Is hegl.tning |mr,.-,asrd b   ,v   „   p   ,   ,    m,	
im i'i*1"* Ilia   I i copper, -.*il. silver, 1, ,  ,.„„,„,   , , ',,
.in,I 290,000 sh.iras  ut stock, ia  -t Id
;'■»! ""-'   ";'■'..-"" "'■ll '"'• .,u"': cily „ loegerhcads with Ut,  Orcal
lead »r coal      .here is a not, ol well NorUMra „„„,,,.„,,,„„., „,,,. ,„
i . ope in '.lie .ur.     lhc a seats ,,    ,«,.
ui the gieat  metal companies are   in
ilu- held, .ml ii is sale lo say wc are
ivithin easj  sight ol _ wonderlul iiiiii-
'ihai tact i.-. recognized
;l ilie general coudiilons
now   being realized when   shard)
«•»■»*%■■>■%%%-
Ile also
Mr. Carr
lhe Coal
ui Michel
iieing take
be nil gone
s ate buying
■; i
dem
al
whet
Unit
strate by-
can he produced on their lands or
not. They deserve success. Manner and Heinz have talam thc old .McDonald ranch and will operate it for
the next year.
T. Lebel & Co., ol Pincher, have
completed their fine new, three storey
slone business block and are now occupying the same.
MOYIK
(From the Moyie Leader.1
Mr. and Mrs. P. J, McMahon weri*
In Nelson this week!
The St. Eugene concentrator will he
started up about next Friday.
Walter ti. Laing, the barber, was
up (rom Craubrook Tuesday.
Mrs. A. .Slephcnson and Mrs. Philip
Conrad returned Wednesday from s
visit, to Missoula, Monl.
Mons. Hansen has returned from
Princeton anil will remain in Moyie
for the winter.
The hockey players are becoming
enthusiastic and no doubt Moyie will
bave a good team this winter.
M. H. Dimock, customs inspector at-
Hamilton on the Corbln line, was up
to Moyie this week to visit ■with his;
family.
I). J. Rimer is getting everything
in shape to do considerable work on
the property on the west side of the
lake in which he is interested. Comfortable winter quarters have been
built for the men and work on the
big tunnel project will soon be begun,
There is a rumor afloat lhat .lames
Cronin has tendered his resignation as
manager ol the Sl.
dated Mining compar
C. Drewry is in line
Both are now in the i
is expected home ne-1
Drewry will return
later.
Eugene Consoll-
y and lhat .).
for lhe position,
-ast. Mr, Cronin
t week, and Mr.
a   short    time
l i r Wll uii hi ;n I ih- final .ii "i
ment in the Campbell—Drewry dam
■ue snii last Tuesday in Cranbrook,
but lias resci vt .1 his decision.
BLAIRMORE
(From the Times.)
The 1
!, P. R. is contemplating tin
en-ctiui
1 uf a station In Frank
Mrs.
(Dr,) O'Hagan left  un Thurs-
day un
a vi*.it iu Lothbrldgo,
The
['rows Nest Jobbing Co. clos-
I up
their Blairmore store on Mon
day.
ihe
Frank   mine has again reached
the 500  ton mark with  its cual ship
ments.
A sii
le track is being put in here ly
ih,- ('.
P. ti. to tit used to side truck
•he dii
iiug car on.
The    Canadian   Northern
nuking to the Pass to SUppI
Is fuel. This will he tin
if stimulating eoal t
trict
John
uken
The
h.ts In*
\ in this inscription paper is being clr-
0 raise funds lor the setidinn
'Tlinknis. who has lus bach
iy an accident in ihe I lib'
ie   weeks ago, lo the   Lelh
g steel stack at  the smelter
lined with brick and i-. now
lu
Slllt'i
opera 01 • can "make a killing" as
the) phrase it 'ihey make a killing
ij the deliberate, treacherous, and
. .,, , ii..u . 1 atdlj .r* assiuation »>t
:le um repute ol lhe Nceiie ol theii
operations Where tlu- eagle has
hilled, ihere will you find tm- vultures lhc time seems opportune bu- j
sounding a nole of warning to thej
public lo beware uf those gentry. II
wild caning shows au inclination to
manifest iis.'lf amongst us, we ask
the public tu keep a watchful eye un
ile panics responsible, and to reports Uu- (acts to the Herald. If
ihe ease be proven, the Herald will
mercilessly expose the schemes of
those spoilators ot the good fame of
out country. We want to have no
repetition of the flotations which have
stolen the dollars from the purses of
the poor servant girls back cast, nor
uf thrice rotten enterprises which
lleeced people in Seattle and Taeoma
by ihe thousand, with th.- result that
Poplar creok is another name for
every thing rotten and dishonest.
There are certain parties who might
do worse than take this hint closely
lo heart, and counsel themselves on
the wisdom of not being tound ovt—
,f they have not been found -*ut already.'
Last   Saturda)
Miss Lillian (litre
were united in 1
A. Robinson.
.Joseph
, both
by  Rev.  R.
\VINDl--RMnKli
(From the Wilmer Outcrop.)
An ozonogram says Athalmcr is all
iglit, all right, and oetasionallj
R000 is seen on the 'table.'
This feust not he construed
invitation for every knocker to come
around wilh his; little hammer asKiug
thai chips be 1-nuckcd off his neighbours claim. There is a lisl of
ihose tads on record tun, and tbey
are just as contemptible as the Wild
catter. If you have the goods, 'he
Herald is here with a hclpine, and enthusiastic hand; hut the hand that
can help can handle the skinning knife
\o some purpose when th
-irises for flaying
''Papa'  what
"It's a Black
"What's Blacl
"Ask  Mi. Si;
That  is what
Black Fissure
Justice Hunter
a myth.     This
1 hi
Lambert Bros, have put in
bridge across the t'olumbia river at
ilie Wilmer landing. This year it is
a floating bridge that lun been huili
and in luturo there will In- little
trouble getting it in place eaeli fall.
K."s."(ia)lup;""o! " Canterbury, " is
building a bridge acruss Horse Thief
creek near where Boulder creek empties. This will give him easy access to th..' southwestern portion oi
llie 2,000 acre ranch he purchased last
summer '•Dick': is a great hustler
and is one of our coming millionaires.
Georgo Burt, Wilmer's newest legal
light, has now proved his ability to
ihe satisfaction uf his client, admirers and self, aud has once mun
nought the quietetude of farm life.
He should not he allowed to hide his
light in this way and his admm.is
ought to induce him to j'in de bat
gang.
On Friday William Haupt appeared
before E, J. Scovil, .S. M., on two
charges of stealing brought by the
Ptarmigan Mines. One charge was
for stealing eight cords ol wood, valued at $157, from near the Iron Cap
cabin and the ulber for stealing 20
pieces of hewed timber from the Fain-
ham purchase. Mr. Haupt has used
the Iron Cap cabin off and on since
1!)02, while working the Tecumseh
mine, and, therefore, Manager Star-
bird of the Ptarmigan alleged thai
he had stolen the wood which appeared listed on an inventory of the things
at lhe Iron Cap when work was suspended in November 1001, Haupt
denied this and said he had got all
his wood from off the governmenl
laud. After a long list of witnesses
for the defence and one fur Ihe plaintiff had breu examined the cast- was
dismissed. In the charge of stealing
20 pieces of hewed timber it was alleged one ol Mr. Haupt's employees,
who has since died, had taken the
limber. Haupt denied any knowledge
of this and said if the timber was
taken by any of his men il was done
against his orders.     This case    was
lso dismissed.
BOWIE'S MEXICAN COLONY.
New Yurk, Nov. 25.—John Alexander Dowle, leader of the Zionists, and
his party, who havo been in Mexico
Inspecting the ollerings for a proposed
Indications point favorably towards  ony.
1 colony arrived here to-day on
steamer Seneca from Tamplco.
Dowie said   tliat twenty million
■s of land had been offered his cot-
.siun
is a myth?"
Fissure, Johnny,"
■  Fiss'ire,  papa'."
?r, my little son "
it all comes lo, the
s, according to Chiel
of the supreme court,
famous locution—if a
myth can be a locution or a locution
be a in;, th—was used by Mr. Sizer
in the celebrated case of tbe Star
Mining Co. versus the Slocan Star.
Tliis case arose under the apex law
which was iu existence here iu British
Columbia iu tlie early days, just as
it is in ihe United Slates to-day. It
permitted a loealor to follow any
lead which had its apex, but not necessarily ils outcrop, on his ground,
outside his s,idc lines into tbe claim
uf another, or fifty others, for that
matter, if ii dipped under them, In
Hie case in question, which arose concerning properties in the Sandon
camp, a lead having its apex on the
Slocan Star dipped under tlie Rabbit
Paw, belonging to lhe Star Mining
''0. The Slocan Star people followed thc vein and took out ore from
ground well inside flic side lines of
ihe Rabbit Paw. The owners ol the
Rabbit Paw, that is the Star Mining
Co., look action to prevent this he-
ng done. The backbone of their case
was that the Slocan Star lead was
cut off by what their expert, Mr.
Sizcr, callrd the Bbcl; Fissure. In
light of the decision of Chief Justice
Hunter it ought to he renamed the
Black Figure. The judge heard
reams upon reams 0! evidence, and
most wisely decided he would go into
the mine and study the conditions
llieie for himself With him descend-
id Mr S1/.1, who on the spot endeavored ii, make good his theory   ot
ky Jack and the Swede group
Muig.m did $7,*.u worth ol work un
the latter property, and not getting
paid by the owners be sued in "li--
county court lor tho amount The
actios* has been dismissed hy Judgi
Forin 011 the ground that, as contended by the defendants counctl, there
was no contract lor tlu- doing ol the
work either verbal 0) written. The
defence seems tu be a curious one,
assuming that the defendants took the
benefit of Morgan's work. Without
knowing all the facts of the case it i
Impossible, however, to comment lur-
tbir un il. The decision shows the
necessity of h.iving a clear undei
standing in such cases.
George Huston, editor ol the San-
dun Mining Standard, is a man will
convictions, and thoroughly sound
convictions at that. He has spoke
the note of hope and encouragement
when things were dark for the Slocan.
He is one of tte newspaper men w'.io
deserve heaven, here and herealter. He
Is doing a very great service to the
Hiblie, and calling sharp attention to
his district, not alone through his
excellent paper but by means of personal interviews with the mining editors of papers like the S[o!.esman-
Review. In a recent issue he said:
"The country will see an era of coin-
petition for mineral products that
cannot fail to stimulate things. Prices
of lead will be high, and there promises to he keen competition tor the
ore from the Krank concern as well as
thc Nelson and Trail plants. The
smelter at Pilot Bay is being overhauled and will probably put into
com mission, The high prices received for lead on the American side indicates a shortage ol ore. Tli.
Coeur d'Atcnes are being pushed to
the limit, and a slight failure there
will send the American Smelling .v
Refining Co. rustling ail over for lead
ores to flux the dry ores of Colorado.
In the zinc competition the Frank
concern promises either to run the
American competition from the country or force th;- (ireat Northern railway to cut the rates to the American
smelters to allow of their entrance on
even terms. They must do this or
see the ore go to Frank." Ttis
statement is most opportune and Interesting for at this moment there
are zinc operators fiom Kansas looking into tlie zinc resources of East
Kootenay, and securing options or.
likely  properties.
The reference to thc necessity of
lead ores for fluxing the dry ore from
Colorado calls attention to ,( technicality of the smelting business not
generally understood. T4io dry ore
here referred to is a silver ore. If a
silver ore carries less than 10 pe:
cent, of lead ll is called a "dry
ore." Where such ores are mined
extensively a "wet ore," or one
carrying much more than 10 per cent,
lead'is necessary in the fluxing process in the blast furnace, as lead in
a furnace charge acts as a kind of
jcnllector general of all silver and lead
values. In the tremendous heat of
the blast it becomes as liquid as
water and invades every drop of the
'bullion, picking up by' the laws of
natural affinity every particle of value
which might otherwise be liable to
loss. The Coeur d'Alcncs are being
called on for the limit of their production. Editor Huston is right in
saying that the A. S. A ti. Co, must
look for lead ores. They have donj
so right here in Cranbrook by acquiring the Sullivan mine and Marysville smelter, and that will not end
their activities, either.
i your reward vail ue rich.—A   K I I 1
CHURCH DIRECTORY
Cranbrook Premier::. 1 liurth.
Sabbath Sen ice*  -
  ■! a.m. nnd " ■
Si 1.' ■'.
Chi I Tuesday ...8   ,ni.
The publ 1      ly invited to
attci     Jl thi
Past it, W, '.,. W. l-crtuiie, B.A.
TISDALE
Headquarters lot ohoiee
confectionorj uml fruit.   Wo
iii-i-lh,- agents h.-r.- fur tin- I'n- »
lllllll-,   (I.     li.     I lllH'l.llltl'8   so <
hi 11 Iin,am liy nil  lovers of i
good  sweets.    Shipments t
u,       , aa I,, imv,, nothing .
la,I 11, , I, st.uk. I
I
50CIETV AND
PKOIESSIONAL CARDS
»_•**•»*****«•
The Canadian Metal Co., of Frank,
Is reported to have acquired lh:
Broad view near Ferguson, in the
Lardeau country. The Broadview
was one of the Home-Payne properties in the days when a youth named
Payne came out from England and
toured the mountains ol the Lardeau
with a pnck train of sixteen horses to
carry his bersonal belongings. Part
of his outfit were a number of cases
of lhe finest champagne. When this
kid, who was travelling nl tie expense of the English shareholders,
'wahti-d some Information from some
the cutting off ol tfw continuity ot the old prospccior he opened the seance
Slocan Siar Iwud by this Black Kis- with a cold bottle, and he was "■■
sure, and afterwards Mr. Blmcndort, JM" himself. Thev didn't do a
, , . . . ,„ .thing to him up in wo lunl* bills.
ihe expert fo.  lbe defendants, showed Thc nmi])aiu. -ol ,,„, | ,h( ,,,,, Broart.
the Chlel Justice bow h:* .*..1st tined i view and worked to develop a /ine
ihe theory of the absolute continuity mine, for that is whal it really is,
oi the vein At the first inspection into a Silver mine. It is a One Proth-, t inni-n PcrtVi ,llM ""' Lardeau miners say
mat innri ...,.,. ,. ..,„.  V(,ry ]j|.(>ly   {mn nnt  ...
It was evident to thc judge
work should be done to afford proper
data on whicl' to decide whieh theory
,e   of
hope.I
the
ha
was correct.      This additional work j though the zinc 11
was done,  ami  the chief justice made
a second    personal   Inspection,    Tho
plaintiffs applied to the court (or an
order thai   more work  he    done, as
sufficient h.il    not been accomplished
to   satisfactorily     demonstrate    the
soundness of     Mr   Sixer's Black Fissure theory.     This order was refused
on     the ground, as the  chief   justice
says,  in lis most lucid and interesting   judgment     "ihal     the plaintiffs' arottwl Ferguson, imbibing "freely
theory did    not keep to its original hold ng bunches    of $10 hills tw
f ...   ,,    ,.,,    ,. . ' In his fingers and a che/we hunk st ch
form, grew with thc litigation    and ing 0llt nr his pm,,..,L     '<Knmloops'
from lime to time showed great olac-iwas once astred if he would sell a
tic powers in accommodating itself j equal interest in as good a propert
lo the facts" again-      He said     he would sell
.... ,. I dozen,
lln- judgment m set terms disposes (.)-,-.,(.,
thnt It wl ^^^^
tho end to he a copper mine It
certainly slows high values in copper,
very mueh in evidence too. The Broadview Is a
great property, and for the s
Ferguson it i.s to he earnestly
that the deal wiTl go through,
'Pile last pavmen
been nwle.     The  price  was  Slim i	
and 25(1,00(1 shares of stock. The fact
recalls the time when Joo Appocosto,
better known as "Kntnlnops, sold
a half inlerest in that same property
for $2,r>0ii and thereaffer lav fi
"  "" nd
1 1
He said
"It was   only   a gambling
said he.     "I was taking no
0! the Black Fissure as a myth, and j-j'-^
Is conclusively iu favor of the defend-1 It is a pity that other prospector*
ants. Au appeal, or series of ap- do not look at things In the same
peals, are promised; but it is difficult 1,Kkt' an!l   rncofinizo Utat.it is    the
Cranbrook ttethodl I Church,
Center ol Damon .venue sad Lonii Strctl
. un l y Services :—
Divine Wi tsbiu ... — ...11 a.n .
 3 p  .*     J
,.,7.30 p.m.    T is now located in its comfortable and attractive new quar-
Suti a;   .
Divine Wor .hip
Tuesday :—Epworth Loagtio ot Chri
tian Endeavor  B ,■ 111
a conl iai Invitation Is extended to
the public.
J. p. Westman, Pastor.
Cranhrnnk Baptist Church.
The following  is    a list   ol  lhe  se:
vices held iu the Baptist church --
Sunday    11  a.m. and  7.;li' p.it
Sunday School  'd ji.in
Young Peoples S p.m. Tl
yer  Meeting ... 1* p.m. Wednesday
The public are cordially  invited  lo
attend all   the meetings.
Pastor, Benjamin Good field, It. \.
CLINE'5   POPULAR
I BARBERSHOP
W.llts buildiuK.
.    .... .,    mail   with tin- 'iiioiipy   win.
to_iui_.rstai.il imii* judges at a    dls-jbandl. ttie rlElm in niinliiR.
lias   it
(rf_B6see,s*f8.i   1      , settssesq
_
I Stylish
I Rubber
t'KEstENT Louie No. 38
KNIUHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbro-ok, B. C.
Meets 2nd and Ith Tuesday at 8 p.m
in LO.O.F, hall
J. A. Arnold, K RS
J, W. Brcmner, CC.
Visiting   bretnren   cordially invited
to attend.
.rant-rook Local Union  I'll ol lhc t'nilcd
brniht.rh1_1.11l oi Carpenters anil Joincm
of America
Meetings every Thursday rvei.ingat
1. O. U. T. lull, over Patmore Bros.'
store.
Visiting brethren cordiallv Invited.
Fred   Yuill, Kdwaid   Foote,
Itec.-Sec. President,
I.O.6.P.    Key CU) lodge
Nu. 42. Meets every
Monday     night     at
lheir ball on Baker street.    Sojourning Oddfellows cordial!)   invited
W. S.  McBunald       Charles Smith,
N, 0. Sec'y.
Litntiit uk 1 utile, ho. it
a. r. 4 a. m.
Regular meetings on
the  thud    Thuisday
of every month.
Visiting bretnren welcomed,
E. Patterson, Sec'y.
CRANBUOOK AEHIE NO. U«7
F.   0.   M.
Meets   1st and .'inl Fridays   at    H
o'clock p. m., in the Watts building.
Visiting   brethren    are invited    to
■puau18
J.    Edgar  Davis,  \\.   P.
A. M. Black, w. Sec'y.
ii\d
They   eciBt   no   more
thrm tin*, rdinary makes,
J. Leckie Co., Ltd.
I    VANCOUVER B. C.
..   .,....        ....   .
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Geo. R. Leask & Co,
BUILDERS and
CONTRACTORS
9 %*•» »
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STEWART'S
ng'Store 1- or
ECTIONERY
The Leaili
CIIOH.''" COM
.'Kl.S'I NUTS
FltKSII FRUITS
Hnlaii- '.Iii.'" ;
Pancy California Naval Oral..*,
CbolCG  -Uall-lfis
; ..--HUGH STEWART.-* \
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OO'OOOOOOOOSOOC-OiOOOOOOO
THE RAGE §
this   season for   Xmas   gifts O
are potraits in sepia plat-     5
inom with a very artistic mounting;,
which is entirely
Prest Photo Co §
Our work ia our advertisement, but we
put thin ntl in ti.e Herald lo
emphasise it.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
fir Lower Armstrong Avenue.
McVittie & Laidlaw,
Mining Engineers
and Surveyors.
CRANBROOK, B. C
thos. t. mcvittie. p. l. s.
.1. T. Mini,AW. III.  R.
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McVittie   J
Dominion and Provin- {
cial   Land   Surveyor. *
H.H. McVittie
General Agent
TIMtER. MINES and
LANDS
, CRANBROOK,   IJ.   C.
When You
CometotheiMetro-
polis Stay at the
Palace Hotel
Stephens & Rockcndorf
Proprietors
Opposite C. P. R.
Station
$1.00   PER   DAY
Calgary, Alia.
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liii.'ss prospers : :
W. II. 11KATTY,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR,
CRANBROOK, II. O.
TELEPHONE 89
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Bmwmrowmwi ™* Steele Brewing Co.
CRANIIKOOK LODGE, 8913,
AMCU-:!**' r ORDER ol FORESTERS
CRANBROOK, B.C.
Mi-cts every 2nd anil -tilt Tut-sday lo
"Good Templars Hall."
Visiting brethren cordially Invited.
A. McCowan, (.'.R.     .1. Sims. See'y.
CHA> P.lfOOK.     LODGE
O. G. T.
Meets every Friday night above Pa*.**
mote's Store.
Come and join the Happy Band.
UIUNBKOOK
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, XO. 1ST:
Meets every 2nd Wednesday ard 4th
Sauaday at 8 o'clock in Oddfellowa
Hall.
Visitiim brothers always welcome.
w. F. OURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
CRANHROOK,BRITISH  COLUMBIA
HARVEY & AkCARTER,
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Haicll Block Crsnbmok, B. C.
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"DRS. KINO & QREEN, ""
Physicians and Surgeons.
Olllce at Residence, Armstrong Ave.
OFFICE HOURS :
Forenoons - - - - 9.30 to   tl
Afternoons - - - - 1.80 to 3..in
Evenings 7.30 to 8.110
CRANBROOK ::    ::    |i    ::    B. C.
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p.m., 7 to 8 p.m.   'Phone 105,
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Authorized movers of 11;-
Maion & Risch Pianos	
DR. F. E.KINO
DEMIST
OFFICE HOURS :
9 to 12 a.m.
I io   tl p.m,
7 Iii   8 |i.in.
(inter mnl residence on Armstrong a.e
CRANHROOK, li. C.
DR. P. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS :
9 to 12 a.m.
L to il p.m.
7 to   8 nm.
Oflice In now Reid block
CRANBROOK, B. C
J. M. DERR,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
Repairing' Promptly Done*
Footwear to Measure a Specialty
People who want job work done
cannot afford to pay Ior poor work.
Tliat is why it pays to get work
done at the Herald office. So complaint is made of ihe work turned out
here Ior thc reason that it is up to
date and the work ol u* to date
printers. That makes a iliOeivnct
with any IndivMul. in:.   i'i..i*~r»"f.t'K.   HERALD
NHMMNWjE'X^ KOOTENAY CENTRAL g*5£ZAZA
J. L. PARKER'S  SUCCES
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ml Attracting       considerable     atuntion ,
H these days, since it promises to   be|?5
tuco   -   ommercially     Tbe (act thai '
n   was    cbeapei  to   import sulphur THE WELL KNOWN MINE MAN
Iroi   •'    Pacific Islands than to   use |   QEK A BUSY MAN IN ALASKA
Can.iii.ui  sulptm   was  a  matter     ol
surpri e
British Columbia having
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JOHN HUTCHISON
"HUTCH"
n Auctioneer's Licence as soon as one
procured from Ihe Municipality.
CRANBROOK. B. C.
Phono ll<>
P. O. Box 76
"Some mystery has surrounded tbe
construction of the Kootenay Centra]
railway between (iolden and Crui-
brook, as only a very lew men have
so far been employed on the wmk.
In official circles it was stated some
time ago the only object In starting *ta ^otliahly treated.
was to hold the charter lw Prot   Un«   WM mu'
The many friends ot .1. L   Pai
who was so Ion-; and  honorably   a
sociaud wnh  the fame and forum
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fhls is A Great Opportunity to get Xmiis Novelties ti
Wong Fonsr. u'k° has a store on Armstrong*
Ave., s*ys that his stock Is too big". He has
|ust returned From China where he bought a
bif slock oi oriental novelties, silk goods, brass
ornaments, etc. .-.nd he must sell, no matter
how low, to r.iise the cash. He will have
some great bargains the next two weeks.
Remember the place, opposite Imperial Hotel,
Armstrong Averue:
the   only iron ores along
,     the   noi them Paeilie coast, ami    thc
one o   the most important link*- in tb-'         .       , , , V
.,  „  „ , ,     ' ....    . ,    wp-pl) '.: coal being ahunUn , and the
C. P. It. s western system.     Ilu- lat- .- *A. m .     .
i«i ir.iH,. nn whv this road is to be  l™U)M   associated   with  the    imn  ol   tb.-    great   North Star mine    at
est article on  Un tins mad is to i,   M     exceptionally pure   BriUsh Col-  ...   .   ,        ... ,    . ,. .. ,
built    rom  to den  to  Cranbrook     Is Kimberley,  will bv icightei to   beai
.        _„..,,.   i       _ umliia is emin nth lit I  I to become a '
Irom tbt' Hevelstoke Mail, anl  is   as . .
(0|iow_, 1"'*;'' Iron pmdiuer.     Little bas   yet
been done Lo save the platinum arid
ii-mir,dnun found in small quantities, and mercury in the form of cinnabar has been found al Kamloopa
lake, and there is a B-trohg profcej lilt]
ol mercury ores being at no di3ta&1
As a cl era-
d
[with the Trail smelter, ol wtlch be
| spoke as a really line chemical Industry
of the coal mining anl coking Industry in B. c Prof. Lang gave a
graphic description. Speaking of tbe
beneficial effect produood by tbe operations ol the Crows Nest Pass Coal
company upon the Industries ol British Columbia, he quoted the government bulletin on mining, 1004, as
own: "Coke is supplied at $4,25
to (4.60 lo.b. and freight to bound- I This plant will be one of 400 tons
ary   points is 12 to (2.29, so    about]day   capacity,   and   will     derive its
tbe neighborhood ol
work
and I.
that
-d lo
p .lim llill Irom building    up
alley Now,    bOWOVet,   We
i "..ihkI authority it is Intend-
-.lively push construction ol the
road, and that with an Important ob-
jecl in view. Tbe C P. it. bave
about completed their hue to connect the Crows Nest mad with Spokane and lbe Junction on the ('row will
lh- at Yahk. There Is nm much object in connecting the Crow alone,
however, as it Is ilu* passenger traffic
on the main line thc C. P. II. mainly
lays Itsclt out for, and the com-
Ipany's object lu building the Kootenay Central Is in reality to give the
lasti'st and hest route between tho
inaln line ami Spokane, by means of
whieh the company hopes to handl
ut his success away up at Hartley,
Alaska,      where he   is   in charge     as
managt-r ol tbe Brown-Alaska Co. at
that plaoa Prom a letter written
by a friend of the Herald in Seattle
who recently visited Alaska it is
leu nud that the company Is operating on American soil, and associated
w 11 b copper properties under l ho
slars and stripes, bui all the same,
it is in better than close touch Wltb
British Columbia
One of the flrst, if not tho actual
first, copper stacks to be blown in
Alaska will have been put Into
operation at Hadley under the chargi
uf Mr. Parker by Uie time tliis Issue
<>f the   Herald   reaches   its readers.
$6.50 pel  ton is the cost delivered at Ibasic ores  Irom
the Boundary smelters.     Coal    from |Hadley, on   Prince   of   Wales Island
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worth
Ciapp & Rollins,
The New Managers.
Drop in anil see us nny time.    We urc on deck 25 hours
oul of the 24
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largely Increased amount of American
travel and use the new road as a lever in lighting the Great Northern.
Thc fight between these two roads
is becoming very acute and the opening of the (ireat Northern blanch
lines in thc Boundary has cut C. P.
U. trallie in two there, so that ten
engines less are employed than before
the Great Northern lines wore opened.
The 0. P. II. will make up for this
to some extent by the acquisition of
tho Le Hoi-Center Star group of
mines and the securing of the haulage
lo Trail of the large tonnage lhat
formerly went hy the Great Northern
Ui Northport,"
The Wilmer Outcrop says that while
the Mail has advanced a feature ti at
has been overlooked heretofore in the
discussion of the advantages the K.
0. B. will enjoy, The Outcrop cannot
agree with it in saying: "There is
not much object in connecting tbe
Crow alone." The object alone of
delivering cnal quickly ai the Coast
Is an important object. However,
tne Mail's conleuihii is u good oue
and the more the geography of lho
country is studied the more reasonable it appears.
Both papers arc right as far as
they go on why the Spokane hraneh
is being built, but there are still
other patent reasons. The wonderful
growth of the country around Spokane developed at a rapid rale, the i
traflic from the east and middle !
states to that section, in the w.n
0| supplies, and the wheat traffic be-'
tween Spokane and Minneapolis, the
great milling center, is enormous.
When the Corbin road is built between Spokane and Yahk, or virtually Spokane and Cranbrooi-;, ii
will give the C. P. It. a
direct    route    from   St,   Paul    and!
Vancouver   Island   collerles used
cost Slu, and coke Sll, delivered at
Nelson. Now coal from the Crows
Nest Pass eolliei'ic
at about S"i and coke ti about $C>; so
the beneficial Influence of the Crows
Nesi Pass coalfields lus hero been un-
m ist a" ably demonstrated by a reduction In cost of fuel ol
per     cent."      Prof. Lang
that the annual loss iu the coking
operations of the company, owing to
the non-recovery of the eoal tar and
ammonia liquor, fm* which there   is
tQ nearly opposite Port Simpson
silieious ores lhe company hai
lo   Canadian   soil,    that   is,  i
delivered there ["bores of Uie Portland   canal.     Mr
'Parker has done   B. C. (tlu land of
his adoption) a good turn by having
something   to say   to   Inducing the
a    re- j company to take hold of the Outsid*
rly    50 ca1 group of five claims on"the Can*
limati'd  Omltxt. side.     On this group they are
It  present   no demand, bt:
he hoped there would be
future a market, amniinle,
t   for
n  the
driving a cross cut tunnel, an.l drifting on the ore of the same property
in another place. During lho coming
year the company will spend $50,000
A POINTER FOR
CHRISTMAS
This is Christmas buying time, and
the Herald desires to take advantage
of the opportunity to give forth ;i
thought or two for the benefit of
the people of Cranbiook, There is
no doubt of the fact that nowhere In
the entire Dominion ot Canada can
there be found a town tlie size of
Cranbrook where merchants carry
such large and varied stocks a*- do
the merchants of this town. And in
no town, no matter how large, can
there be found a bet ter class of
goods, later in date or better values
for thi1 money. This is not a jolly i
by any means, but a plain truth borne
out by tho fails. No matter what
tile line may be, dry goods or groceries, boots or shoes, jewelry or silverware, druggist sundries or fancy
goods, it is all 'the same, the stocks accoun< '*- able
In Cranbrook will surpass those to be *rmini before beln
ch in further   development, and in    lhe
ar   erection of   an     aerial  tram, surface
10, .Irani, duck and ore bins convenient to
[the shipping point.
Mr, Parker's company has also
bonded another Canadian property
called the Blue Bell group whieh ihey
also will develop. The assays from
the ore of both groups is mosl satisfactory, and the leads of copper run
very uniformly, and better sliil ean
be traced for long distances—In one
case for the entire length of two
chains, or :.,(iuii feet. Mr. Parker's
high opinion of those properltes has
been endorsed by other noted experts,
one of them being the eminent Dr.
Pope, of New* York, a man who
stands in the highest regard in mining circles.
The prices of those properties will
be high, but the Indications warrant
the large expenditure involved. The
Bro wm-Alaska company being the
brst in slari developing in that, part
nf the country, have been able In
take up those properties on a lease
and bond basis, and shall on ibis
first prove ihe
compelled lo pay
DEZALL   BROTHERS
found in nine towns out of ten
you ev.-r stop to think what
means to you who live In Cranbrook?
Uid you ever figure out what an advantage you enjoy in this respect'.'
The goi>ds are here, you can step iu
Minneapolis to Spokane, by way    of  uie store any day and examine them
Uid for the privilege of
thai
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ihe Sioux line, and will place the C
P, R. in a position to compete with
Jim Hill's two lines for that trallie,
hoth freight and passenger. Again,
the 0. R & ti.. Harriman's road,
would give the C. P. R. direct connection to Portland and the coast by
wny of spok'uie. Thus it. will he seen
Uml the corbin road will be a strong |Taking
being allowed
to do, as many foolish people    seem
to expect in   this part     of    British
Columbia.
Besides the groups ot claims owned
by the company on the Canadian
side,   they also    own a big silieious
1
M.ide from the besl mall .md the purest water, il Is unexcelled for quality. -.* Ask for
Cranbrook Beer and Insist on having it. .-'.•'
The Cranhrook Brewing and
Malting-   Company,   Limited
,1,0 iini.iiilii.liir.T! ol nil kind, nl U'litet W.lcts
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l"        It.VllSl'lllllilU'Jllltl    bill
Kootenay   Central will bo
link   fur   (niniil.ling direct
.ma bfi ween   Spokane,  Cran-ijsl]r|
ml Golden in ll-. north.   The |.
road   wiil  In- completed    by
lor yoursell. Vou have the chance ''"I'l." property at Valvey in tie
io iiae your discretion un.l iinlguiuit, Prince William .Sound country. This
to exercise your taste anil desire, i's a Riant ot a layout, lhe vein bcinR
something that yuu cannot do II yon'no less than 80 foot wid.. .Mr. Par-
have to send away lor any article, tor has been up in that region, anl
which is especially annoying and dis- [will have to return thole by lire .Dili
lasti-ful in the purohase ol gilts for "' tiio present month, and In so dol-iR
relatives or Iriends Ior Christmas. .'-"'l' the angry waters of thc ocean
this into consideration is  "'"'h heals wildly    on llial desolaie
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connect
brook :
I'orbln
nexl May or ilune and early sprint;
[will bco active operations on the
Kootenay Central, wbieb is hmuul lo
i'a I,iiiii direct to Cranbrook. Enst
Kootenay will make rapid dovolop-
ini'iit alter Uie completion nl these
codnccllons
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JAMES
It   C    CIIKMH'AI,   INDUSTRIES.
nt meeting of tho (.'iiii.td-
nf tin- Society ol Chemical
III
isiry, held   In Toronio, Prol. Vi.
11.
Lunit, nl Uu-   University ol   Tor
,1,1
i,  read an  interesting paper   oi
la
chemical    Industry of this    pro
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,1., rs i   j i       a X Cranbrook   Foun- $
Clean Clothes I   drya„a
: j ^Machine Shopt
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fe -j; McKiiinon & Johnston J
Proprietors
i white w
•ill app.
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Crows Nest
Steam Laundry
Cranbrook. 13.0,
sBsB\_^N_rs_^___v_sfi_sSN
Wi* ii m prepared to
do all kiiuls of re-
pair work heavy and
light, make castings.
turn shafts, etc,
Scientific    Horseshoeing
Specialty
vince.
Tbe lecture was of especial interest,
us Illustrative of the great development, in thc Pacific Province and the
largc'flcld for the study of the subieci
Which the many aud varied natural
resources of the province present.
The fact that the conclusions presented hy the lecturer were arrived
us the result of personal observation and investigation Imparted added
value to them. The imjHissibllity of
doing justice to so lgrge a subject
on the strength of the limited acquaintance possible on a summer trip
was pointed out. And while the
mineral industries were undoubtedly
the most important, it was a source
of gratification to remember these are
not the only ones; chemical
works, sugar refining, vinegar*
making, cniTee and spice mills,
soup, syrups, extracts, cement
refining, vinegar-mating, soflec and
works and fish-canning toeing
also Included in the diversified industries found operating in British Columbia.
Among   other   interesting
which pro!. Lang notod was thc satis-
it not far better for you to spend
your money at home where you can
gel full value, where you can be sat-
whero you will take no chances
as lo quality or kind? To the outsider who visits Cranbrook lbe size,
variety and quality of stocks carried
by thc Cranhrook nu reliant is a
ource of never ceasing wonder. They
II marwl at it, and lime and again
the Herald has been told Craubrook
leads thc entire west iu this respect.
If you are not satisfied wilh what
the Herald has told you, visit lhc
stores Ihis week and see if the truth
been half told. Anil lhe merchants are just beginning to get-
ready for Christmas. DonM send
that money away when there is nothing to he made by il. Keep it at
home to make tbe town better, to
add lo ihe wealth of Uie community,
give you a chance to get some of
It hack again. If if goes to the !<)f {n
east you will never see it again, and.'31'1'1
the man   or company that you   may
shore at this season of the year. Nol
atone is the company with which Mr.
Parker is concerned interested in
mining, but it also takes a hand in
the lumber business, in which branch
of industry they have several deals
pending. To this matter it is Mr.
Parker's business to direct his attention, lie is the busy man. Mining,
smelting, assessment work, the lumber business, and thc thousand affairs of his current duties keep him
on a hustle calculated to keep his
blood in circulation even up in tho
land of the ice-fields and the snow.
The activities of the Brown-Alaska
company does not stop at what has
been mentioned. Tbey are just now
purchasing 1,000 tons of silieious ores
eaeli mouth from the Britannia mine
on Howe Sound In British Columbia,
from which province they gel all tlnu
coke and coal, 1,200 ions per month
former and 800 tons of the
This shows what a great Industry  the company has started    in
send it to, has never done a thing to Hartley, and what Americans will do
advance your interests as a citizen of
Cranhrook, and what is more, ho
never will. Jt is big money in your
pocket to patronize tlie home merchant. Do more of it this year than
you did last and thus benefit yourself
and the community as a whole.
GEORGE McL. BROWN.
j, land in which tfcey are really
terestod.
The Herald is glad that one who
helped to call attention ol the world
to this end of British Columbia is
now doing an equal service for tlie
upper part ol it, though we regret,
as does every one else who knew
him, that his genius and energy bail
not a further chance of developing
.Montreal, Nov. 2(1.—A circular is- tIlL* resources which lie at our own
sued to-day from the office of Robert 'hiors in this favored section.
Kerr, passenher traflic managrr of IheJ 't'bu Herald congratulates Mr. Par-
Canadian Pacific railway, announces ker most cordially, and wishes him
tho appointment of Georgo McL.'^'d his all prosperity, and lengtL of
Brown as general passenger agent, ot (-a)'s- Tlk're is ao need to wish him
Hie Canadian Pacific's Atlantic steam-length of nights, ho will have all that
ship lines, the appointment to tal;cjh- coming to him in that regard by
effect December 1. George M. Ring- virtue of nature during the months in
land) who has been acting as general tlie lar*d oI the Midnight Sun
passfnger agent of these lines,    will
now act as Mr. Brown's assistant-
Mr. Brown was from 1KR7 unlil 1SD7
jdistrief passenger agent, for the enm-
fcaturcs Pany rit Vancouver, and he was later
executive agent at Victoria. In 1001
he eame to    Montreal to assume the
SASKATCHEWAN ELECTIONS.
Winnipeg, Nov. 20.—Writs have been
issued for the elections in Saskatche-
faction   ol the   management   at V|t>-1 duUe_"6f "supcrlnteK Polling   wiil   be   held   on De-
uiria with   tbe experiments Ior   pre-  Ing and dining car department. ceniber i'i.
MB _-_C iT%     -.mm^SSimi
•mSfrWir*
mtm
Distinctive
Overcoats.
If .vour  tnste  in  clothes
is cultivated, you will find
Fit-Reform  tailoring and
Fit-Reform styles in common
with vour ideas and needs.
Fit-Reform Overcoats are different
enouyh to be  distinctive — without
er-Stepping the bounds of guod taste.
$12.  to $30.
Lock foi UM with
.,, £/i,      trade in a ik and pnee
Fn Reform gaimt-jO. Ew prtnflM^*V      ** ^"*c^ ^ iu-l\tn
Ihe oni) Fil-H-lonr, WudroL. lui. is .1
RE1D& COMPANY .  . t * - '■ RRO0K.
| "The Best What Is"
% In  Liquors
9 Tlm' ii wlmt ytm wuul wlifii yi.ii Imv Liquore [or Family use.
jD uml llml is wlml wo guarantee you". ' Shipments of liu- i-hoio
£< .si Witu'-i. i,ii|iuirs. Rcoi-s, etc., lire constantly arriviut; nt our
_, wholesale house, When you buy liquors buy only the best.
m OKD1.RS PEOW TIIK TRADE A SPEt I.W.T'V.
1 A. C. BOWNESS
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Wholesale Dealer in Liquors and Cigars
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[AMS aa-d BACON:
HARRIS BROS, are nnloading this week
; the largest consignment of smoked moats ever
, brought into Cranbrook, 30450 lbs. direct from
Armour & Co.. Chicago.   The name guarantees
thc quality of the goods.   Place your order with
us.
HARRIS    BROTHERS |
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j Tor family Use
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Try some of our Excellent
Sherries
They nre Unequalled, Unex-   /***$"*_t ?»
celled ^ -B   '-"'
fl. C. mcDcrmoi  W
tUlwiesal* Wine merchant
WE BELIE
we have your overcoat and suit.   WE' ESELIE VE
that it will please you, that you will like its cut, its grace ',
and fabric, and, withal, we're confident you'll be p'eased ;
with its price.        .*•        **        .*        .*        **       J» •
McSWEYN,
THE   LEAD- *
INGTAILOR ..
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Before you make arrangements fur
your fall
PAINTING and
PAPERING
X sec* us for ideas, designs and stock.
Y It may be mutually profitable
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Artbtic   Painters  and   Decorators
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_*M-«r^****i'****-*-*>*^^ THE   OUA.N BROOK    ll_._t.VLli
CRANBROOK
Uf T
herald!
itf 1*10 fubiittbing Company
Limited
'/<1_^-V<
Editor and Manager.
predates it to thi* fullest extent, and
refers to it as evidence nl what first-
class auttonty thinks of tbe Cranbrook Herald printing
Dm Herald bas nu complaint to
make. It is kept busy with a full
[force of men at rales thai enables the
(office to do good work and pay good
|\vages When it has to do otherwise it will close its doors, but at j
the present   writing   there is    little]
• ~" probability   of   the   Herald   closing)
The Herald ts worth $10 a year.   It Bg0p( bllt on ,}ie Cuall!irv U(.re wqj
eosts  only   Vi   No   man in    South k,   Bome    important    Improvements
East Kootenay can aflord to be with- m:i.|(. ^inn att,r ltlt. ,irst of 1]u, yr
out it, and everyone living outside of vn;it wm Illali, t[|i. offlofl gm ^
the district, who is interested in the ,„ everj WJ>.
progress of this section, Bhould read . 	
It.   It publishes th- news while it  is
news.   It is controlled absolutely   by
the publisher.     No clique, party   or
individual    dictates     its   policy.   It
don't try to please the people.     U1
desire i.s to publish a newspaper that
will be a eredlt   to   the community
Send in   your subscription anil    you
will ue thankful ever afterward.
Advertising rates $1 pel Inch, single
column, per month, no more and
ku
Heading    matter   IB cents  per   	
to non-advertisers , in cents per lint
to regular advertisers. lliistnes:
locali live cents pur line each Inset
lion
il ynu desire to reach lhe people ol 'y"" m a corporate body is new, and
South East  Kooteuay you must
vertlse In The Herald.
The    Herald   has   a flrst-ciass   job      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
plant,   and   its work   is of the best.I   ..    ,   ,
The Herald don't want charity. It Don ■ |l'1 politics Interfere with tl.i
wants a square deal on your job host interests of ihe city The valui
work. II we can't suit vou In qual-|0l every in.ni'> properly in Cranbrooi
tiy and   price, Kick, and send   ynur ls    , -.,,.,.,*■* ,    ',    (1  ,
work io some   Cheap John bouse   In.1   of 'l""    mpoitance to Uiat    mai
the east 'hat nevei spends a cent   tn ,-1*1" the political sua
Cranbrook. nan or group of men.
Stand up 'or Cranbrook
Honesty   aiming officials is   getting
popular  in the United States.
The snow storm this week wai   a
i hard  knock   against onr banana hell
reputation.
„
The
line Th°y
ile
■ iiiicil  and  in
were elected to represent     the
people's     besl     interests,   and   tbe
Business pCopi0 should give them   a fan  trial
| before they criticise too freely.   The
as a Corporate body is new
the men elected are new at their bus-
Give them a c&ance
uf
obtlion ol tin- II--
Treys room and subscription lists open to Investigation by advertisers at any
time.
The Herald gives a dollnr
in value for ji .Kill.uiu mon-
ey. The advertiser hna I In-
right to know what be Is
receiving for his money.
The Herald la one paper
that courts InvestHigation.
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Look oul for thc political boss.
When lln* boss ascends in power thc
flood gate of corruption is opened
Thero nevei live*! a man who secured
political powei as a bos.*, but whal
In- used thai power foi ins own pei
sonal gam Cranbrook as ,i uiunlci-
palitj has no use for a politieal
boss
The building of the Kootenay Cen
tral will increase the population ol
Cranhrook one third within a yeai
or eighteen months. The trade of thi
Kootenay valley will be worth thousands to Cranbrook, and tho people
thero are anxious to turn this way Ioi
lheir needs, and are only wailing Toi
railway communication.
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Tbe  Herald   will be found  ou
sale ut the following places:
Marysville, Marysville llruj; Slore
Warduer, 0 Donahue's Slore
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Ryan, K. P. Pldlay ♦
Fernie, Punk s Hook Store £
filko, Holbrook's Book Store j
Cranbrouk, Beattie & Atchison's ♦
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EDITORIAL  NOTES
CITY   JOB  WORK,
This Week the Herald was asked by
City Clerk Prest to name a pine for
60(1 letter heads and 500 envelopes.
Tic Herald did so, and ave exactly
the same price as it gives lhe business
men of the town for flrstrclass work,
no more and no less ll did it because this paper dues no! believe in
cutting prices to thc cily or any individual. II bases iis prices on tbo
best of worl;, done bj lhe besl 01
machinery, by competent men who
receive union wages or hlglur, li is
needless to add that tho Herald di l
not get Uie work, and it don'l wflnl
it at the prices al whicli it was taken, because tlia! would mean thai
prices to every merchant in the town
would have to be nil in ireai everj
one fairly and honestly, and to do
that it would mean the cutting ul
wages of Herald employees to a polnl
that would not be right for competent men, or final bankruptcy, Thai
is tilie situation In a nutshell. During the lasi year Just closing wnh
the pnd of this month the Herald has
paid out In wages alone in Cranbrook
14,372, and the payroll at ihis time
is $103 a week. All of H'at money
has gone directly to lhe businesi men
ol Cranbrook, thus miking tho Her
aid, for a small in lustry, quite an
important Item in the bu-mic.* eindes
of this town.
The Herald has a reputation for
doing superior work, and it has gained ihat reputation by making every
job oi printing turned out as near
perfect as modern type, modern
machinery, first-class material and
up-to-date workmen could make it,
In its last issue, the Printer-Journalist of Chicago and New York, a
paper that is recognized as lhe leader
In the trade of the American continent, devoted nearly a half a page to
the reproduction of some work turned out of the Herald office acoompa-
aied by words of the highest praise lor
tte modern ideas displayed in the
typography, the neatness of the work
and the ability shown. There are
newspapers and job offices all over
tte country lhat would pay good
money for such recognition in the
Printer-Journalist.     The  Herald  ap-
J The Herald is recognized as the
leading   advertising mod lum in    thi*
i district, the -same as it is conceded to
bo the leading newspaper, It prints
more news than any other paper, it
spends more money on its publicatloi
'than any other paper in this section.
1 and it .has ihe largest circulation,
and carries more advertising, and noi
a dead ad   in the bunch,
Of all the dirty, contemptible, uncalled for personal attacks ever made
by a paper in Canada, that made by
the Vancouver Province upon tte
British Columbia members of parliament will always stand out as the
'lowest in Canadian journalism. The
man who made it has shown himself
to he a servile tool, and a disgrace
lo the profession he assumes lo follow Ii is just such work as this
that places journalism in a position
to be Open to suspicion by honest
men.
■ It is- the duty of every one in Cranbrook   to   stand by the   new council
las long as they are, working for the
Interest of the city.   Fair-minded men
[cannot afford to do otherwise. And
if the members of the council will
keep clear ol thc partisan feeling,
will lay aside the idea of friendship,
will refuse io listen to Um seductive
.tones of any wornd-bc political bosses, will keep m view the weliare oi
".tie city above all oilier considerations, and not forget Lhat Lhey arc
the servants of  Uio people and    not
; Uii: masters, the) will bavu an opportunity to make enviable names foi
UiwuseBcs, Otherwise they will ba1..
in Uie brief nmc ibat they are in
power an opporlunit)   to slip quiuilj
[into oblivion. The people want action,  they  want business transacted,
: uit-y waul men best interests cun-
servod, no matici ii aii) one in _ ul-
...il must MiiWr politically, ilu- rLm
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ink. ii a gr,
all  mil  roll
llial     lljUll
t\u\   Dial
Mil  .111,1   11,11
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RETIRING
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USINESS
; Hi it much depends upon uie cii)
council. No man is greater than Ins
1 Makei - A n-w nays ago the ma) of
jand thc council were plain eitizeus
without uili-. I'he people made them
and lhc people cau unmake Uiem. 'I bo
future course of Un Herald will bo
controlled by Uio action of the mayoi
an.l council, And Uiu Future course
oi a largo majorit) ol Uie voters uf
Cianbrook will be controlled in lhc
same way. The people are waiting.
It is up to the council to make good.
And it i.s up to lhc people io give cii-
couragemegt so long as encouragement is deserved.
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What does it prof:t a man? Or a
woman either?
Did some one say profits?
Wc wish to distinctly and emphatically Impress upon yon that we have lust
sight of all profit i. Our aim and con-
stant thought is to unload our Immense
stock at exact Ij WHOLESALE PRICE.
We feel, that In a sense, we have
convinced the great majority that have
favored us with their patronage during
the past two weeks. We have at least
lived up to what we have- advertised to
do. Wc feel satisfied we have convinced
the masses of the purchasing power of
the Almighty Dollar.
We have many lines still to clear—too
many to make individual mention ..f.
rtany of these lines even the Wholesale
Cost will be lost sight of,
Remember wo invite, even solicit,
comparison in prices. We must unload,
and unload quickly.
.M'*5«>ij|
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We will sell on Saturday 20 doz. of Ladies'
and Children's Underwear at less than the
Wholesale Cost.
(3_)
We have 100 pairs Men's Pants worth
$2.00 and $2.50 which we will sell at
| $1.00 and $1.25.
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And we have still the 20th Century Garments—the line that every young man should wear.
There is to be a Ball on New Year's Night under the joint auspices of the K. of P. and I.O.O.F. Ladles ! We have exactly
what you require in material for this Bali in Art Chiffon, Brocaded chiffon, Silks, Voiles, Laces and Trimmings,
which will sell to you at the exact Wholesale Cost—A saving of at least a half.       Kindly do not over look these lines.
All Must Go-ML
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greater permanency.     The trade    of complexion of  cities   nnd states    in j
the upper Kootenay Valley belongs to  the recent   elections.      Torn Lawson j
Cranbrook,   and     wilh tho Koounay has been cursed,   he has   been misre-
sntral running direct into litis town [presented,   but there   is nothing    to
win come lun-     This matter will j*tow    1**1 his   work is not ou   tho ;
mo up for    consideration   within a square, and he has done the people ol ;
lew weeks,   ami the people of   Cran- the States   an immeasurable amount
Look want to be ready io meet it in 'of goad, and dealt graft and dishun-1
a broad spirit, looking ahead to   the esty such   a blow     that it will    be
Tituro.    Every man, woman'and child  some time before men in high places
in Crnnbrook should  become without attempt It again.    Dully for Lawson,
delay an enthusiastic Kootenay   Cen-j He should have a monument built by
a grateful people.
The city council of Grand Forks met |
•the other night and voted the mayor
a salary ol $400 a year and llie   aldermen     $225,  notwithstanding    Uie
ifaot that the towns debentures are
selling at a discount.     Tliere are few
I towns the size of Grand Forks that
pay their mayor or aldermen a sal-
gry, and those that do are committing a wrong. If there is not honor
enough in the position, it is better lo
slay out. small towns cannot afford to pay salaries to mayors and
aldermen.
Kast Kootenay should have an experimental farm. It should be of
[vast beneflt to the whole province.
Aral'booster,
Work for the Koolcnay Central.
Now is a good time to organize   a
'One Hundred Club," for Cranbrook.
The  Herald   means    by   that    a  club
c imposed  of one  hundred  of    Cran-
rook's best boosters.    Let this club
one that every man who is willing
o take off his   coat    and work    for
Cianbrook will be a member.    There
J.-, work   ahead for     the people     of
Cranbrook it they would make Cranhrook tue besi   town in   [lie Interior
if British Columbia, because the op-
ortunity is crowding close upon    us
.  ilns time.     An organization   like
l:e one suggested will be able to   do
omlers for  tho  lown
Jiihn McKanc, who was a candidate
ir the Dominion house a few   years
:o. owes his fortune to politics, lie
ni with    defeat and then went    to
Ni vadfl and engaged in mining,     During tlie past four years he has operated in mini's in Nevada.     It pays to
monkey with politics if you lose   as
Oid John McKane
I .	
United States Senaioi Burton, of
i Kansas, will have to gel a leave of
absence toi a few years He was
: found guilty of unlawful practice as
senator and Bcntcticed to the penl-
t mini i
Reports from the Yukon tend
show ihat Governor Melnnes has
lost any of the prestige he galno
bis flrst appearance among the pe
of lhat country. Ho said ho w
bo non-partisan in his position an,
has kepi his word. There are
men who would have hern able li
what he las done since taking ch.
of his posi, and to-day he is flic n
popular man in the Yukon.
sources and tr .al i nt— Ci
appointed and now prepari
port.
Cmintv eourl [ud-ge for Ea
nay.     Granted.     Judge not
Construction ot   coasl to
railway.     Proi s!. .1   for,
tion now procc din ■.
Eight hour law for mcltcrs
No aid  to (i. T.  I'.
Forest protcclti n.
('am-; Ilai ioi, ol raflwav re
gi ^^^^^^^0^^SI^^^$^^m^0&l_)_@)_£f
,,, _ a
m
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far
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l;i
to
not
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We had a little storm here In tho
Banana Belt, it is true, nut down in
the Chinook    Belt in   Sunny Alberta
1 the thermometer dropped to thirty
below and trallie   was stopped      Bui
i this storm was general and we are
expecting to hear that  it snowed iu
; California and Florida.      No country
lis perfect, but Western Canada beats
them all.
The people of Cranbrook should
leave no stone unturned to secure the
entrance of thc Kootenay Central Into
this towh. Il will be worth hundreds
of thousands in the future, and will
go a long way to give to Cranbrouk
j An American Insurance company
; hroatens to sue the Ashcroft Jour-
I al for libel because that paper men-
It onod that tbe life Insurance companies of the Siaies were rotten lo
.the core, or words to thai effect. A
[reading ol tho evidence in the legis-
] itlvo Investigation in New York
would lead one to believe that 'be
companies were even worse than that,
that even Ihe core was rotten. The
people of the United Stairs owe a
ri)bt of gratitude to Tom Lawson, of
Boston, for his fearless attack on the
methods of these human vultures who
took the money of the widow and
orphan to speculate with or hand
over to their relatives. No man in
all that country aside from Lawson
ever had the courage to attack that
bunch of grafters, and his preliminary
vork started the ball rolling that
brought on the investigation, that revealed the rotteness, that aroused the
people,   ihat     changed   the   political
LETTER OF IMPORTANCE,
a,   0. BUCHANAN. PRESIDENT
OF ASSOCIATED BOARDS,
PRESENTS SOME
IDEAS.
To Ihe Hoards of Trade Allilialed
with the Associated Boards of
Eastern B. C:
Gentlemen.—The eighth annual convention of the Associated Hoards will
bo held in Cran.wook on Wednesday of
lhe week following thai in which
the Provincial Legislature convenes
in annual session.
The probabililies are thai Ibis will
bring our meeting in the month of
January.
By way of a reminder 1 will mention the subjects Uiat occupied our
attention at the last meeting, together with the results of our efforts
to secure action in line with our
! wishes:
Bounty on copper, advocated by
delegates to the Rossland Board.
Not approved by a majority of the
local boards, therefore, not presented by the executive of the association to the government.
Duty on corroded lead.—Our request
fully complied with by the Dominion
government.
Duty on other lead products, also
duty on lumber—The tariff commission held sittings in the district and
heard testimony and argument. It
is competent for the association to
put its views hefore the commission, i
which will probably not have report-
led before we meet.
Commission to investigate zinc re-
it has been in'lino wilt onr requests,
but lhe subjects are as yet more or
less open.
Municipal telephone rights.
Aid to Lewis A Clarl   exposition.
Additional fruii inspectors.
Quarantine station for imported
fruit.
Resident supreme court judge
Action so far as lakcu has been adverse to our views.
Thc subjects in ri -\n ! to which no
action has ban taken are:
Wagon road lo Flatten I
Provincial aid for mountain railways.
Dominion department of mines.
Purchase of gold and sliver bullion.
Substitute foi 2 per cent un on
minerals.
Amendments to game law.
ton     ol iire.-.tiUr
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ILeabfng Business
licnecs of flDat$8-
VtllC    — Sincttcr {_____:
Marysville lias come
Into her own. The
town now has a per*
aliment pa* mil und in
tlie gateway nf ilieSt.
Marys valley. „*t The
Herald can heartily
indorse tbe following
business houses;
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The leading ho- t*
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I Central Hotel
R. Johnson, Proprietor
ft Diniiij; Room service lhc besl.
Iel in the Sl.
Marys  valley.
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The plate lo slop when visitinj! (he Smelter Cily
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in I    W
Valley Central I   &
Koolcnay river iv
Aid lo    Kooti na)
raiiwav,
I will he glad lo have lhc local
boards oonsldi r tliis li I of subjects
and give n il le i f suck further action
as they tlcslro in n sard to them.
With'lb* construction ol lho Koolcnay Valley railway which wc hope
to -see accomplished tie] i year, provincial aid lo which I presumo our
-noeting at Cranbrook will enthusiastically indorse, we will have exhausted our programme of raiiwav
legislation. All of lhe railways ever
asked for by the Associated Board.*.
will have been seem, d.ci
I am under a promise to Iho people
of Trout lake district (which district
I regret to see unrepresented In onr
association), to bring to your attention lhe urgent need for the construction of the missing link of railway between Gerrard and Arrowhead, and I
trust that some of our local boards
will give notice of a resolution in
favor of this.
New   resolutions    must bo in    tbe
hands of   the secretary,   Mr. A. B.
MacW'ti'/.ie,   Rossland,  2b days  before
the date of meeting.
I have the honor to be, gentlemen,
Your obedient servant,
(}. 0, Buchanan,
President  Allilialed   Hoards.
ft
1 The Royal Hotel     1
® A. P. Chenette Proprietor ||
Has been recently refurnished and is now one of ti
the besl hotels in Ihe district. Headquarters for ti
Hie people. 8
j Marysville Drug Co.      1
ft We carry a complete slock of everything in lhc ft
;:'; Drug and Slutinuery line. No need lo send away Kt
for ynur goods. *|
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Subscribe for
Tlie HereJd, $2.00
A Yeair niL   CRAXBnOOK   nERALI)
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Even
Dress Suits
Have you got one for the
I.O.O.F. Ball Jan. 1st.    We
have .1 lot of Dress Suits of the
finest broadcloth material,
made by Campbell, in the very
latest styles.    Price   per Suit
mi **~.A <RT7
The Cranbrook Co-operative Stores
LIMITED
Offer Thi? Week Special Bargains
in The Following Lines:
APPLES
We have a few boxes of Fall Apples that we
want to get rid of before the season  is too  far
advanced.      They are good cooking and eating
apples and we offer the lot this week at
$1.65 PER BAG
We will permit you to sample them before buying
Wool
Comforters
No bed is complete without
one espedal'y in winter
Regular Price $2
we offer them your choice
of the lot at
$1.
iaJ
OUR COUPON
~V« ..ill red-em Ihem this week under
the lollowlng condition, i
.til persons over 1". years old must I*
itl'l.'t Hull uIm.ui 1.U11..I. this week.
i All persons between  10 and IS must
have coui  Higned  by father, mother
orguardii nd be able to give us a
general l,lea of whal we are advertising
ihis week.
All persons under lOmusI bring father,
mother or guardian with them.
Coupons Musl Be Presented Wiiiiio One
Heek After lbe Issue of Ibis I'aper.
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Address
November 30, l'H)5
Craiibriiuk Cu operative Slums
Limited
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1 MMM W——MMM ji'    I'.t-v. Fortune will pick Ms leinons|   Miss   Kuddick, ol Ottawa, is visit-
llii'. week. liog .villi her sister, Mrs. .1. 11. Hall
Dora—Kov. in.     1905, i„ Mi. nnd     Mrs. llm. Pettcl wishes the Herald
We have a lot of odd il
lines to clear out.
OFFER THIS WEEK.
18 Ladies' Jackets in black, grey mul  fawn,  made
of tha best beaver nntl all wool mid kersey cloth,
regular price from $S..5U to $17.00, our price lo clear X I.
1- only. Ladies b'nek and grey Jackets mul J coats
regular prici. $3.50 to 31 I.i
A fin- Children's Jac I i
,*.i) Men's suits uii'l in ■■ ts,
lur prime from 8101 tSlo, *
20 Meu's ivorekd bu *. r _
83,
ler, to clear 81,
I mai serge, regu-
at -St!
I to$22, lull.* Sit,
10, for  sf>.
ill-nil. i-,*i.f. 3tU lur =57.
oil for work coats
A tin.-... black In . te ulsters tl
M.-n'ami*. ylr. i.'r.l icbets. est!
regular prici S'..3i), to'-lour . s*_'
A lim* ml woTSing piints, reg ilnr S2 50 for 8 I
A line of working pants, n gular 811.51. for s-J
A full lind nf hoy's bloua   Bui     usl half price,
Abonl  :'"  i tin  patils at clearing prices, regular
i-'l aud _M nil *. orst«l  pants for s-_>
Regular '--.V.'i and S3 s ...  pants, for s |
Working ahirtg, ivgulnr "3c uu I Urn-,  for
Aii E falicy cambric  '.ami.,   lauiulried, regular
(Don't Miss These Bargains
no
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15
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iBOOKS BOOKS,'
Chrlntmna wontdnot be ninn;.
ilia-- without books.
Yoneannot buy a moro suitable
present than a nieely bound book
of poems or fiction.
You nil) Iiiiil onr assortment in
tlila line tlio best in (lie district.
Sume of onr bent line** In Fancy
Morocco, Burnt Leather, Limp
Leather nnd Birch Wood bindings
cannot fail to please you.
Beattie Si Atchison
Where It pays to deal.
See our drug ad. on 1st page.
Mrs. .), S   Brake, a d.
The recent si-uni i'-i"
Jin' prnlrio to a conslde
Beit  Ross ami wife,
iteil    Mr. anil   Mrs,   U.
•rlO
I
announce tbni owing to death
j-tMM—»f «MMMM«
LOCAL NOTES
«-*•_••*•«
Picked Up Abuut the Cily   tn   -\sdinc
Uues i in mc of Many People.
Ed. Hill, of Moyie, was iu town
ihis week.
How long? o mil! how long- will
the sacrihce continue.
Mrs. Oliver Burge bus gone tn Kal-
tspoll lo visit her daughter.
Mow long? o Hill! how luun' will
the sacrifice continue.
Mrs. R. Mathers, ol Fort Steele, is
reported as being quite ill.
.lames A, Mi-Beau, of .(affray, was
in ilu- nn Friday on business,
Mr, and Mis. Actan, uf Sirdar,
were in the city last week.
Petal Rnller, tbe obi timer nf Bayard, is In tbe city 00 business.
Frank* McMahon, of the Kootenay
hotel, Moylo, was in town yesterday.
Hi. Bishop, of Marysville, was m
ihe city on Monday for a slu.it call,
1*01 lent, two unfurnished rooms
near business canter.     Apply Herald
The saeriiiee will be continued at
Hill .\ Co.'a unlit ihe final reckoning,
\    S'liistMim, uf     Kimberley,     was
visiting in Cranbrook on Friday last
Vmongst -Jin Wardner visitors 01
Thursdaj last was a j Johnston of
ibai burg,
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YOUR   CHRISTMAS    CAKE
\\ Hi Ik. ii Succi is if yon  use the  righl  ingredients
Ou. t'.T.R. Currants " lh..- Ih-bI  ipudity und are
p 11. ell- clean,
Our V.ikrni.i Raisins a*   bill tl i i us ns, iiiii choice.
Our Dripped Orange, Lemon and Citron  Perls are
McConnachic's ai . lhu na  is u guaruiiteo of
lh, ii
Iiii ' i ■' ':* uri In ver- day al thc Rarne
l'..■.     VV,. hi II iheso in. h class prepared fruits
THE*. ARE JUST THE BEST
Wu  Huvi   Man.   Tilings  l'ou   Want,   (' o  in. ?
G. T. ROGERS    !
FANCY  AM) STAPLE OKOCEWES AND CROCKERY  t
mam-wmsm _» rai-va «e «* iar^attm ■
See
*<-.*
ur
Stoves
^
I in   Coal and   Wood   Burners before you buy I
a elsewhere.   Also (.'cull  uml   "V'qod I'lirnaces a
« set up to suit your requirements of I
McCallum & Co. I
£ llanlwnni Alt ivImnlH !
it. lb
M     F] i
ranbn
ol Sirdar, was in town
ami    registered   al tho
Mi*
VI
Ale:
iill
; in Cm
Ol      Full
brook on
i da lei
(intn I
le Junction
Thursday last.
Lowney'fl    ct
ksigned boxes   at Beattie
sun's.    Lowney'sl Lowney
Leslie Fox, ol Wardner.
city this week ami leavi
home iu Ontario next week.
M.   M.   Reynolds, of    Kimberley
llie on tho family she will not receive any
abb- extent. "*1-"' this year.
if Sn ilar, vis- For Sale.—A complete logging camp
F Talc this j outfit- Including kitchen cookery, Inquire ai Herald olllce. 30tl
Waller Lung left fur Moyie to-day
iu lake charge of tin: barber shop
which he purchased Uus week from
Joseph Baker. Mr. Bakei will lucalo
s o me where iu llie Western Stales.
ii. T. it. has again broken lho
puces of jugs, teapots you saw in hit.
windows. 'ihey aie going, uud ml
of ihem he must be. Price uo run
siderat|ion.-—G. T. K.'s
W  II
enormou
good su
kind oi
best *
twion
sun js busy unpacking an
nc of plated and sterling
ile lot every variety and
iHinuis prescui Later on
w ine latest designs, in-
niosl exquisite cut glaas.
lib and (25.00 pei month
cottage eloso to the bust*
ul lbe lowu. This is ihi-
ieuic -a ElWeil have plaeeu
nclfully
A tclii-
is in tbo
i   fur bis
loaked in un   Cranbi
just to satisfy blmsc
lot   11.11 Uutli,
L-g    Free   1'
u. auu
look, ll.
iL'laliU. H
Wl
i. all    uuu
,     Nm.    'iu
I'eiiei, daughter   01
U.   I'l-Uft,   ul   L l.ili
u is a guesl at tin
ri
lei, of t-'i.
.Hub iu suae mat thu cu-
eccntly announced iu Ihi
of Miss Beruacu C, Pole
ihrook, bus im reference tu
ok on Tuesday.    Lester Clapp, Walter Lamb,   Frank   her.
•■«■ city | IJIckiiisou and James Bales f belter j Mr. Fraser, who was forii.ulv lou-
"■jknown as "Thc Ueerslaycr 'J lefl man aI. uie NorUl ylar miUlf| is mVl
in j Saturday last for an cxicitded deer superinleudein at thc mines at lla-i-
it-lliuui on thu souiii fork ol iho Klk.     j^ A1.lM..Li ,shvlt, .,   L  ,,wte| fa (||
Fnsh crabs, salt hurring, shrimps, charge. Sianle) McLellau is night
oysters, huuan luuluies, mauiuiiol, foreman antl Robert Jennings is. in
iicsli   salmun,   salt   salmon, »niuk-d charge   ot anotlier     ^ioup oi claims
ug dovelopeU ny Ute   Mine
All oi me boys are dolug
re well pleased with   ihi-u
Ihal-
till hero,
William Traecy, af Wardner, was in
the city uu Thursday last.     He   reports things as being active in    the
lowu by Ihe Kootenay river.
Lost—Ladies' gold watch an 1
locket; initials "K. A. P" on watch
ease; photo in locket, Reward for
returning same lo Wmtwortu holel.
a. 0. Buchanan, Ihe government
siipei'iiiieiihetit of tbe lend bounty,
was in Cranbrook on Sunday last.
He left for Marysville mi his usual
trip uf inspection on Monday.
Constable Joseph   Walsh,  of   Fort
Sleele, came over on Tuesday    from
Sheep creek with the bodies of     the   the new ir
two poor felinws who were Killed   at
r.iiiinw. Daylc's logging camp.
.luliit Mean, of Skookumchuck, was
In tin* city last Fr.day. lie reports
a remarkable lind uf cement clay on
a iut bench near Shoukumchuck
creek.
Two front offices, second floor Wat is:
block, for rent. Apply to Beale *v
Klwell. 7-tt
biilmoti, tlu- same in halibut, likewise
k ,:u is I
Kippers, all at J'. Bums A Co.
compaii)
The mail   wliu wuuld   write an an-
well and
nouyiiious   letter   is   lower   than   a
siluallon
skunk,   und   mcuiiei    Ditui   .1    snake.
Lahore
Several letters-of this kind have been
Powei ~
written in Cranbrouk tlie past week.
Xmas pudding cannot be made without ihe ingredients- O. T, it- bus
new peels, new everything ior lhe festive and ga> plum
pudding.—0, T. R.'s.
Miss Myrtle Yeandle, wbo bas been
visiting in Cranbrook the past week,
left for her borne iu Bulk-, Man.,
Tuesday last, liei brother, Chas.
Veandie, accompanied her a.-, far as
Macleod.
1'ui McKay, wbo is working after
some road and bridge construction is
registered at the Cosmopolitan lie
leaves for the Moylc country in a day
or two.
Carlton ware from Sloke-on-Trent.
Exquisite little models uf tbe Portland vase with the Canadian arms in
colored design at G. T. R.'s.
Claude  Maiisln-ld,   the  popular   de
ll is only now the real winter is ou
deck, .See the snuW. Medal) s
Famous stows cau knock uut ihc cold
every round. McClary's Kuo.im.iv
Range is our leader. More ut ilium
sold than any other.—Patmore Bros.
Miss   McLeod   collided    with sume
projection   in her establishment yesterday and met a somewhat    sever
injury  to her temple.     She ii
to    ue aboui'  to-day, however
leels tlie eheets sliil.
wanted by West Kootenaj
Light cumpanj ai Bennington Falls, utar Nelson; stead) winters work 101 ^ou.i meu, wages i'l.bt
a day; moderate climate. 33-41
Harry Uimock, customs oificei ut
tasiport, Uie new towu on the Corbin luau at tiiu Boundary, was in
town Tuesday. Mr. Oimocii is a miner, lias lived in Moyie for years where
hj enjoyed great personal popularity,
ud when he appuua im Uie position
h.- hail the enthusiastic support oi
lie Moyie Miners' union aha Liberal
associations ui Moyie auJ Cronbrooa,
end ui course secured the appointment. Mr. Uimock wu*. on bis way
lu Uuleway to relieve Mr..Cordon,
who is. quae ill.
Finch's new bakery  m undei   head-
spatchor, bus been transferred to Cai |    .
rary and leaves Saturday for bis new
ed bv Mrs Mansfield y promises to be a great success. The nuw firm is making a
specialty uf conked meats and the
people are showing their appreciation
by extensive patronage.
home, accomp
ami baby.
This time of tbe year most of lhe
mills are closed down foi repairs and
general refitting, bui an immense
fune of   men are  being put In    the
bush.    There will he more logs go.   f;!'1011- ™  St- Jol,n. N
tell out this vear than ever before.
Nortliey, ol Bayard,
baa been visiting in (he city for a
week or so, She relumed home on
Monday's train.
The Catholic Ladies Aid society
bt-Iil a meeting this week and decided
to liutil 11 ball nn the evening ol
Eastci  Monday.
Liquid veneer for pianos and all
manner of furniture at Beattie -v
Atchison's. Trial bottle HI cents.
It is a wonder.    Cleans ami polishes.
The sacrifice will be continued at
llill a Co.'s uuui the final reckoning.
Georgo M. Ju.hl, of Fori Steele,
was registered al tbo Cranbrook op
Tuesday.
F. Wilson ami F. A, Burgess, of
Ward nor, were jn tho city during the
past week.
Archdeacon Bere, of Kaslo, was in
Cranhrook in relation to tho duties ol
bis office for a few days of lbe week.
F. J, Smyth, of the Moyie Leader,
called on Cranbrook personally last
week. Mr. Smyth was looking gay
and well.
James McEvoy, geological expert
for thc Crows Nest Pass Coal Co.,
o( Feinie, was in Cranbrook on business during the week.
Navel oraages, Californian grapes,
Malaga grapes, and all manner of
fancy apples at Smith's, opposite tho
depot.
Peter Lund of the Crows Nest Pass
Lumber Co. has been in the city for
a few days transacting business for
bis many enterprises.
R. J. Ward, agent in advance of tho
Roscian Opera Co,, which will visit
Cranbrouk shortly, was in tne city
during the last few days. He has
completed business arrangements for
Lho v|.sjt oi Us company.
Castile soap 2| lb. bars only 25
cents each.—Beattie A Atchison's.
Captain   C. C. Taylor and 11.     V.
11.,   arrived
this week and   went at once to    lho
Crotilers mill, in which they are   in-1 entirely refreshing win
Fink Bros,     have put m a gasolene   ^.^      T,iey ^.^ ft j)a(|  gtorm | U|(J     '      Uu|t ^
light in their store lhat is a beauty.  0„ U|(. ^^^ ((m, ... ,,.,, wonj(
Mrs. J, T. Keid, of Klmberley, aod )'*-'ars-
Fur Sale.—House  aud  lot  ou     ib.
main street of Marysville,    Apply to
Herald. do-il
tin Wednesday night a certain parly
Mo  who had been attending at lbe mecl-
bul  big of ibe city council luld a weird
1 tale, of ihc future taxation ol
tuwu.     Ihose wbu heard bun went up
in ihe air.     ile "took a rise oul ul
Uicm" wilb a vengeance.   Now- thej
arc uut ior his scalp,    'Ihey wiil lino
11 hard to raise in.ii vagabonds hair
however.     He says that some ol the
crowd went up in lho air so far that
In- iniiiil mil     see them wilh   a   ten
huise.power telescope.    George Hug,
garths salutation 10 ihe jorier   was
li be iuiuid out
LAMENTABLE FA I'AI. ACCIDENT
TWO MEN BLOWN TO PIECES AT
SHEEP CREEK LOGGING
CAMP
(III
Mont
ny    lasl
tl
rce men named
a coi
BV    C
ortlun,
MU
1 '.,, be    (rom
Cli,it
loltot
twu   P
1-:
1 .  S.  ,M.    Mc-
Pliei
sun, a
1,
Boston, Mass.
•mil
I'll,ill,
at Ull
I'a
were eiiBiigcil
at      t'allm    .
l.,,i
e's 1,
'■I'
uii Sheep i-reck
tii-yimil Ei
I S',,|,
ll a;>ileitis thai
they
lu.l
...UM.   lt|
a
hole, aial with-
,li,'»
to .
(llSUlllC
- awaitlog result.
I'lia
slid
mug fire
ii.
.1 coustdcrabla
uuu
, ami
liny, tli
nki
ig that ail pos-
sibk
dang
■1   bad 1
.i'
■cl,  Weill up tu
un e
tigat
lite m.i
ii
. possibly with
tlie
ititc'te
,,.',  ,,i 1
ui'
ing  lu  another
carl
Idge
\. tl
,. i'tmnclied   the
.-tun
1* ti"
v i aleil. killing
(lor
on ai
en
a, un tlie spot
_ii.
severe
l>- lajuri
1-
Andrew.',.     The
bodies of the pool fellows presented
a horrible sight when brought over
to Undertake] Beattj ■ parlors to
await burial. Ai Doylo personally
took Andrews 0 10 ibe St. Eugene
pair of horses
Andrews' con-
there is   some
hospital a> fast
could make the tup.
ditlon 1.- criti
hope fur in- i.i ovei ;•
\'u formal inquest *....-. cnr^idertd
necessary, us no 1<'.a:ov was attached
tu anyone save tb si who iufiered lur
their want oi experience of dynamite
and its eccentricities in hard frosty
weather
Tlie Cranbi oh authorities are in
communication wi'.. the uuthunties
1:1 Uo-'u.'. a:.: ' -...::■ ttetOWU with a
vIcm "..I ascertain - w,,o are the relatives uf th..- deceased men, So (ar
nothing has come tu light to show
who are theii friends 01 Irom what
place  ihey  re-jlly  came.
The budies v. iii remain id the undertaker's until more Inquiries have
been made a.s to the disposal vt the
bodies
pro-
hos-
aqle
bet Utile daughter Ivy came tu till
city on Sunday. It Is very satisfactory to stale ihal Mr. .1. T. Reid
wbo has been suffering from a
traded siege of typhoid in Hi
pital, was su..ieieotly well lo be
to return wilb Mrs. Reid.
Arthur Burge lefl yesterday
Grand Forks to lake a position
cngliieci nl ;i compressor
Finch and Junes expect lo rebuild
their holel al Marysville The new
building will be three stories high,
ami modom in every respect,
li is reported thai T. R, Case, the
lumberman, uf Winnipeg, who was
well known in ilns disiriet dropped
dead in Calgary tbe other day.
Good    second  hand   furniture    lor (u
A de
the pei
ale;   for further
the Herald olliee.
McClary's Kamous Hot Blast,
Oak are dandy heaters.   Unu.-i
er.*..--Patmoro Bios.
information apply I burglarized the ol!
Belle lars
heal- Lus
I    Mr. uud Mrs. Jahles Couzeii'
fur borne   street  announce   the  engage
as   ment of thclt  daughter,   Alice l in:
toJHr, Peter Lund, of    tin*    Cm...
Nest Pass Lumbor Co., ivardnor, B 'a couple
('.     The marriage will lake plaee in   old,   wci
December,—Chatham.      Ont,,     Dgil)
Planet.
Washing ami cleaning done by    ilk-
day.    Apply to Miss Thome, can- offlj" breaks
Mrs. J. T. Burketl. 35*     smallpox!
Miss Cbapui, of Montreal, wbo h««  ,tl8 t0?
[latch   from     But'.- says that
pie of Teton count) arc in   a
their pest house   was
., and   the
or) Is mat the burg-
r,.LW taken ibe small
heard ol lhe    Icllow
1 ed hot  stove,  (and
cam    who
weather;,
so a howl
Ol    llll'    till
ro said lo
We  have
swiped tho
Wll
I- bad luck   attend the
e-| would steal our sto
im-    pcoplo
fl'lll
tin- length oi the land about
poor chaps taking   their
.sly, miserable bu nf small-
thing beyond all eomprehcu-
SUll, as an example ol whal
Mil steal it i.nil) and square-
tho     record.     Steal    tbe
Whal is the world com-
GENUINE SHELL CASTILE been visiting tier father ami brother
SOAP, 25 CENT LARGE BARS. AT | at their ranch near Pincher Creek
BEATTIE A ATCHISONS'. the  past three  months, spenr Satur-
A. Leiteh was called lo Winnipeg j day last In Cranhrook, the guest of
the other day by the serious Illness hor brother. Engineer Norman Cha
of his brother Angus, who has  heen|,,ul,    uftsa Cbapui lefl un Sunday's
GOOD WORDS.
confined  to the hospital  in  that  city
for several weeks.
F. J. Bradley and bis men have
been in Wardner the pnsl week doing
some extensive work for tho offices of
the Crows Nest Pass Lumber company.
Services in the Methodist church
'next Sunday as usual, tbo pastor being in charge on each occasion. Morning subject, "How Church Pcoplo a"'e
Marked;" evening subject, "A Rcvela-
atioii to I's All." Tlie choir will
furnish an interesting musical programme suitable foi lbe oeeasiun, ah
are invited.
Don't bother about   tliat snow.  Mc-
I im 111 fur ber home,
Skates— linker's      skates,
skates,  Mie-inae skates,
them.     All sizes.        Prices from   75
cents to Sfi a pair.—McCallum „ Co.
H. L. Bnwness leaves un Monday
next for his home in Prince Edward
Island. He will visit his brother,
Prof. E. W. Bowness, at Case University, Cleveland. Ohio, spending a
week  wilh bim.   When  his visit     to
The following from tin; Calgary
Herald ol November IMh will no
d.ful't interest the music lovers nf
Cranbrook:
Acmt. I Manager Cranston's aggregation is
Lots of unquestionably the best comic opera
company that e\er toured western
Canada. The cast is really stronger
than ihe circuit is warranted in
exacting and tin- scale of magnificence with which the extensive repertoire is presented rivals many first.
Class shows nf tlie larger circuits,
liis leading people are top liners antl
... Claude Amsdoh, Lucia Nola
lus Islgnd home is ended he Hllllanl Campbell, Ha/el Daverport,
will lake up his permanent residence i   W. Wallers,  Kfiic Oeorge, John A.
ALL PLPll.S
CRANBROOK   PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Uu have decided to ofier two prues, a
lii-jt and s!.cuud of    ;:
iio.bu AND 15.00
for the best advertisement written ol
our Christmas UoLk by a pupJ of the
Cranbrouk   schools,   same to be P'^>
hahid in oui  sj-ace in the Cranbr  ..
Herald.     Messrs'.   Macneil,  Simpson
and Hill have kindly agret-d to act a*
judges.
A  Fi.W FACTS
Which wiil help     yuu in   witling \ht
advei lisi-mcut:
1.   Our Stock I*, tbe largest in East
KuoUnu).
ii.   The most vaiiej.
.1.   Buiight cheaper   than auy otter
in the district.
■1.   We  lunirol a number of special
lines. '
5.   These goods were all bought tar
[ly in thu spring, a saving ol lo   p»r
coot.
1   a.  This .-lock is composed of.
(a) All sons of Toys, Dolls, etc.
(b) A large range "f beautiful
China, [French, English and
Japanese).
(0) All sorts and varieties of
Leather Goods, Including Card
Cases, Bai;s, Purses, Bill Books
ami fitted Travelling Bags.
(d) Lowney's Celebrated Chocolates in Xmas Boxes.
(e) Pipe*, and Smokers' .Supplies.
J   Vou are invited to look annual   tha
store and pick up any pointers you
wish. WRITE NOTHING HIT THE
ABSOLUTE TRUTH IN YOUR ADVERTISEMENT.
I Competition closes,* Saturday. Deo
enibcr 2, 1805, Place your cupy In a
s.aled envelope,     Do not sign   your
I name. Leave same at our store and
get your number.
j   We wish yuu luck.
i BEATTIE A  ATCHISON,
Where it pays to deal.
rOR .SALE.
in Edmonton, where lie will engage in
mercantile affairs. Mr. Bowness has
been for years  associated wilb busi-
and   a number of other lesser
The chores i.s numerous  ami,
ibove ih.' average.
ttlhfulncss   to detail    which
ness ju our city where he is well and marked   Ihe various  producl
     1 1.1..  1. ...   f-,.1.,.,.-,-      ..1     i.'i   i'n.,;t,..,      1.
I'lli*.
in
Clary's air tight wood burning stove  very   favorably known.     Many    will Calgary    of   EI Cap!tan,   Bohemian
can give it cards ami-spades, ami give   regret   his   departure    and all    will {•"'    ■I',,a(1"-    .Te,°PJ|PP0 01rl'   .!'ra
you  lhe maximum satisfaction,—Pate   wish |ijm   good luck
more Bros, {prises.
Diavalo,  . and  ihe
m    his enter- jnandy, lias been v.
incntcd upon,
Chimes ol   Not-
favorably cum
One of thf handsomest and best
furnished homes in the city. Greal
bargain Ior anyone starting botis*.
keeping. Also three Iuc coats, one
set of stone maru-n, one set of badger
furs; as gixKl us new. Apply to
Mrs. Wm. Peltet, S-Hft Tlif. CRANBROOK HERALD
THF HERALD ANNUAL        THE POETS' CORNER.
IT    WILL    HI*'-    BETTER    I'HAN
EVER THIS VEAR.
It was admitted   that  the   Herald
Annual   ci   I'l"',    WHS   '.he   lina-l    I'M.
auction ul a like charactei ever attempted by a wceklj papei la Western
Canada. Tin- Herald set nscli a
difficult- standard lo reach, a hard
record to lower. Youi real, born
record beater, like I'laaagat th
weight tlucwi'i [toiii Ktlmallock, Ireland, reaches a liie-eiiiini'iiee where he
has no more records to break except
his own Ttese he sets about tra
proving, adding Irom time to time
an inch, a loot, or a yard, maybe, to
set the world wondering what manual
ot man tie must he. That is exactly
tbe positian ot the Herald—it has no
record to defeat but Its owa, but il
will beat it. The Annual ol lhe |irc-
seut year will be issued on the 15th
ol December, and will -live advertisers the benefit ot Us circulation * ia
time tor the Christinas and New
Year's trade, In size il will be 12
hy 18 inches, or about the size ot
the Ladies' Homo .luuinal. The si/.e
adopted last year wa, to,, large,
cumbersomo and Inconvenient. Tin*
Herald admits that ibat was lb.
only spiit on the sun. That spot
will be eradicated this year.
Th,* clival* ha*i been specially de
signed in col.ns by llie celebrated
house ol Stovel & l'i. , oi Winnipeg.
It will In* ilu* mosl expensive production   '."-ai     'all, 1   iui      ill   Its   OWn
class Irom tin- eminent house which is
now engaged in turning it out. The
design is allegorical, mil. emblematic
medallions representinu Um various
industries ol tde Cranbrook district,
lumbering, mining, railroadiag aad .mj
Iorth. The Annual will coaslsl ol
about fill papas ui original reading
matter, ami ilia articles mil t..it d.-.il
in so much   detail   .nil.  the various
mines,   saw   mills,   ele ,   lull   will     he
more genera) in their scope than
t-iosti ol lasl. yiat.
Three thousand copies will be issued, and il Hn* Herald cm Judge by
the rush ol 1901 there will mil be one
ol them on han,I by the Huh ol December. Last yeai people came tearing into lhe olliee on Ilia day liie Annual was issued Wanting tens, dozens,
nitons lo semi hen-, there aad to Uie
Old Country, 1! Ihey ilo imt want, a
dish ol disappointment let all have
their names recorded loi their sufficient numbei* ol copies iu advanco
Subscribers will receive one cop)
tree, but all copies after that i.n.
will oust 25 rents each, just as th-)
will to the rest oi ilia public.
... word aboui Uie advertising
space. The prices will be lor a lull
page Jill, fur a ball .page 135, ami lot
a quarter page .15, A page will,
therefore, cost on a circulation ol
3,-fjtio copies lhe ridiculous sum oi
only a cent and one third ot a cunt
pcr copy. Take it that only five
people arc shot by iha advertisement,
and lheir memory rendered radio-active by the style and general excellence ol the get-up, why then thc advertisement costs next to nothing, in
lact. So with smaller spaces. II
the Herald says it in ils own favor,
ll will be agreed that it can deliver
the goods when it is a question of
using typo artistically.
CAN A lit
Uy William Wlltred Campbell
Thou land i.u gods, ur those ol old
Whom   men   deem   gods,     of loltie
m.ilili
(Suns of  the vast,   the hills,   the sea
Mask-is ui earth's humanity:)
1 stand hn- where Uns autumn morn
Autumnal garbs Un  lull- adurn;
Ami all thy woodlands (lame with lire
And glory ot the world's dostro.
iai northward lie thy pui pie lulls,
I'ai   vasts between,  thy  great stream
tills,
Ottawa, his fleet tides invpearlcd,
Krom deep to deep, auown the world.
li land, bv every gill ol Clod
Brave home ,,i freedom, let thy sou,
Sacred with blood oi hero sices,
Spurn Iiom us breast  Ignobli i  uns.
I.cap  on
reigns
\u:l   vaslii.ss (old
plains
With room Ior all Irom hills to sea,
,o shackled, helot tyranny;
Spurn from thy breast the bigot lie,
I'he siniilliiess not ol earth or sky;
[treed    all thy
men.
To meet' the world as one to ten
Hi-ei'd all Uiy daughter
Magic ul that glad
Till I
As Wid
lis Ireodoms (ought, Ideals won,
Strength built on strength, Irom
Till i
I'hy t
'hj
Willi
And round   eat th's rim.   thine honor
glows,
Unsullied as thy drifted snows.
—Prom the Canadian .Magazine.
STRIKE OUT, CANUCK!
Tile  old  grim  lion's   whelp   yuu  are,
And yours to carry wide and fai
i'iie old grim will that gains its slur—
Strike uut, Canuck, strike out!
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby giveu that .10 days
to apply to llie Chief Commissioner
ot Lands and Works an.1 the Assistant
Commissioner oi Lands and Works iui*
Last Kootenay tot a license to pius-
pect tor coal and netroloum on the
lollowlng described land: Situate an.l
adjacent on the cast to the C. 1*. It.
boundary line as surveyed ami about
three-fourths of a mile from tlie
mouth of the south full, of 'be Flat
head River, South Kast Kiioleuny, 11
Commencing at a post planted at
the south-west cotliet,  being the iml
ia! posl adjacent to the north-wesl
corner of James Fisher's claim ami
lying west ol the Kilty Thompson
claim, thence running not th 80 chains,
thence cast Hti chains, tlence suuth
HU chains, Ui.nco west KU cliaius, lu
place of commencement, and contain
ing 610 acres.
Located this 28th day ol Septem
ber, A. U. IMS,
Noitie li. piatt. Locator.
Jas. Kislter, Agenl.    3.-51
TIMHEH NOTICE™"
Thirty days after date we intend
to apply to tte Chief Commissionei
ot Lands and Works, Victoria, tor n
Slpccial License lo cut and cany
away timber trom lhe folluwing described lands situated in Soulh Last
Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted 21
miles, more or less, nortii ol lha
northern boundary line ol Lot 7312,
thence running nortii It) chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
north 40 chains to point of commencement,
The King Lumber Mills, Ltd.
Datod November 3, 1905.      31-51
NOT! V
In Ilia n.
a duplicate l       l-cati
Ior the    il of 1
in Um-   11>. ■ Jap
1,21 t     Nol a    that
it m nn Intention
luia'iim      Ihii ly da
publication I. i ol a  Iaa icale "'   tho
Certificate ol Title in
I.m is, Mock I. ii    '      o.        Fort
Steele (Ma i 1)21)
ell   II.   I... .
is dated ll ilJune 1808 and |
numbered  - iOK
11   !■'  MacLeod.
Dlstrl t Reglsl   .
Land Registry Office,
November 3rd, I" i !3-5t
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1 The Cosmopolitan §
You
iavc
pour
iiilnld
uiles-
to take,
..un
sleci
ng fires and
imn
s io wake
unu
mill]
m-homed
lew
lands     Ui
ma!
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like
mil.
Caiiuek
sl
Ike nnr
Vou
hold
ife's
future
in
■our hand,
.'leal
lies
Un
path
ou
fathers
|danni*d;
You
iv a i
a
gn al
Sll
P     newly
manned-
■Strike
out,
f'anue!.
, st
il e  nut'
•'ion
No
land
pine
to
sun-lialhi"
A child "tho Is old enough to
.tally Is old enough to
flo-.es. no not chance marring
tiic liie of the- child by u-glect-
lug the sight.   Eyestrain always
renders st.ulv difficult and ultt
uiit.lv Injures both body and
mind. GU»se. •« Mt •"*
pensive.
TRANSFER OF LICENSE,
Notice is hereby given that I intend
to apply to the Board oi Licens
Commissioners for the Cranhrook di;
trict at the regular meeting to li
held 30 days Irom date, lor a transici
of my hotel license, known as tli
Slralhcoiia holel. Foil Steele, II. C
to Gourley and McDonald of tbe same
place.
Dated this 16th   day of November.
1905.
3_-.t It.  A. Fraser.
I. Wll   Nn   |   I
Notice Is ll. ..In* given lhat '''" davs
hum .lala I ml n I l.. apply lu lha
Chlel   Commit iel  ol   I an li      nnil
Works   tu   purcl a  a   the   [ollllWill ',   ,1  H
Ihml   l.ll,.Ik,   Mill.,la    III   lha  lie.lull
ul Soulh 1* ,i*.l  Ki.i.i. nal:
Commccnlng at the north cast cor
nai* of Iol a |37, group 1. Kootena)
division,   thenee   n mli     1"    *  all
lll.'lll'l'    Waal    111   l'i ,..;  .   ll, Iaa    south
iii chains, thenco east in eliains lo
lhe plaee oi commencement.
.Itrcd Jolli
Located   Uie lib    day   .a October,
1005,
3t..nt Cranhrook, ll. I
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li. II. SHALL Strictly Firstclass nnd Up-to
Date  in every respect.   The
Manager bar is stocked with the best of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
and the Dining Roomservice is
unsurpassed.
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Cranbrook
IlinM-i Cnmfor. s Specialty
(luod Stabling In Connection
A      MERCHANT'S     INFALLIBLE
BAROMETEH.
It was a beautiful day, without a
bingle cloud in the sky- 'I'he man
who was buying sume lood in.a delicatessen stuie remarked un tlie weal tier, relates the Chicago Intel' Oeean.
"Yes, it's fine, hul it's guing in
lain,"  replied  lhe dealer.
"Impossible," said the customer,
"I'll bet you a liver," said ilie
dealer, "that it rains lirfuie the day
is over, although I hate to take youi
money."
The money wan put up, and' tin*
customer went away chuckling.
Befoie night the rain was [ailing in
torrents. The man wbo lost tin.- bet
stopped at the delicatessen store u-
see the winner.
"How did yon know ll was going to
rain?" ho demanded of Mn- Btorc
keeper.    The latter cbueklod.
"Sec tbe ice cfcest,"M.e asked, as
lie pointed to a box in the corner.
The customer saw the Ice box. It
was sweating hig drops of water.
"That chest," said the storekeeper,
"is my barometer. When there is
rain in the aii* it begins to weep;
when thc rain is Imminent it sheds
big drops you see now. I've had it
over two years and il never yet prophesied falsely."
"Never too late to learn," sighed
the customer, "but sometimes a little knowledge cumc-s high."
plain,
Prom brumal lake to seas of grain,
l-lere wide and free shall life remain-
Strike out,  Canuck, strike out!
Von flaunt no rnomf-ntary lures-
All   time this silent   Norlh endures'—
So, sinee a new world now is yours,
Strike out,  Canuek, strike out!
—Arthur .Stringer.
Cedar Springs.  Ont.
"BOOST."
Thr time has come, my brother,   to
do your little act,
To help yourself and others, in spirit
and in fact,
From eaily  in  the morning,  'til  the
elm-kens go to roost,
It's up to you and me, my friend, to
boost, boost, boost.
We'll lay the well worn hammer away
upon the slh-If,
I know you used to swing, and I've
swung it some myself,
Hul now, with all, thc floodgates   of
our oratory loused,
We'll all join in thc chorus, and we'll
boost, boost, boost.
It won't  be hard to boost some    to
the stranger passing by.
.lust    ti-ll     ihem   about Cranbrook,
Mun- is no need to lie,
And gel ymir little button,   and join
told anil ilif evidence producod,
It's safe to say lhat   on his way he'll
boost,  boost, boost..
Vou hear    mc shunting, brother, just
step up like a iiif.ii,
and pet  your little button, and join
the booster elan,
Ami if you don't,  I hope vnu wont,
when this you have perused,
Do   anything     lo knock   us   as   we
boost, boost, boost.
—Adapted
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   All kinds
of repairing.   Give me a call.
NEW PACIFIC STEAMSHIP LINE.
Ottawa, Nov. iu.—An nnler in
council passed at yesterday's cabinet
meeting granting a contract to the
Bucknall Steamship lines, London,
England, for a service on the Pacific
between Vancouver, Victoria and New
Zealand, Thero will be 12 sailings
in a year, one steamer leaving and
one arriving every two months.
Boats will make 10 knots an hour
Canada gives ■fr.O.OOO a year and New
Zealand the same amount.
KITCHEN  WEIGHTS  AND MEASURES,
Four teaspoonfnlts of liquid make
one tablespoonful,
Four tablesponnfulls of liquid, one
gill or a quarter ol a cup.
A tahlespooiifiill of liquid half an
ounce.
A pint of liquid weighs a pound,
A quart of sifted flour weighs a
pound.
Three kitchen ciipfulls of eoinmeal,
one pound.
One cup of buffer, half a pound.
A solid pinl of chopped meat, one
pound.
Ten eggs ono pound.
A dash of pepper, an eighth of a
lea spoon full.
A pinl of brown sugar, thirteen
ounces.
Two cupfulls and a half oi powdered sugar, one pound—November Ladies' Home Journal.
STOP TO CONSIDKR
how mueh   It costs lo keep a   horse
and carriage.     Can you afford it   for
just occasional use'.'    Whether you can
or not    ::    ■•    -    '•'■    '••    ••    "
OUR LIVERY SERVICE
is hetter, anyway. By it you have
all the pleasure ol driving; none of
ibe bother of keeping a horse, And
if expense is an object our service is
by far the more economical.
The Hundley  Livery Stables
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Cranbrook
Livery  S
IN TIIK COUNTY COUIIT OK KIIO
TEN AY,
IN TIIK MATTER 01' TUK PET]
TION' OK lit V II. KIltKI'AT
RICK, UNDER SECTION 11 OF
TIIK COAL -MINKS AIT.
Noliee is hereby divan thai the
above mentioned party bus filed a
petition, dated Uie 2nd iluy ol October, 11)05, aminIiiu his lorracr petition dated Uie Bth day ui November,
mul, toy showing   that the I. i.l*,   re
1,'lTl'l   t'o   .llal, ill   .lie   oil   -M la.Ill    Ol
Kisliiiunah creek, rannlng irom the
Boundary lino to about tour miles
north ui it, and not upon Otl or - age
creek, and Ilia Honour, Judge Wilson,
hv order il.it.il Hi,' Ulh day i . November, 1005, has mil :. I thai lit!
advertisement lie published •,, j*:..*
nolleo of llie sal,I ma. ndn .n.
Datid November llth, l"*l)_.
J. K. Armstrong,
35-lt Registrar.
Ne.
Hon
-ii i<> railroad nti,l ,i.|kii,    ii,i„ accomnioda.
tor tlie 1...I.II0 in,., uulM lu Cranhrook,
NOTICE,
Notice is hereby g
.lit. i   llatc,   I.   -Iaa;
,:;   _j-E'7   l'i   '"       «':,
Commission i .■■ Li
Kast Kooti:   ■  toi
pect Eur   coal    i , |
following desci.... I i
adjacent on the cast
boundary line as sui
three-fourth ■   of a
mouth of the soulh
head Kiver, South V.
C:
Commencing ■.' n
ih.' north-wesl eon
and adjoining    1-:.
claim, bring  the ini'
laci'iit    to the soul!
Nettie 11. I
.•-n thai 3d days
Hot nud (.'uld Baths
so  c
thenc
Ur
ninth
GEARY & DOYLF
Proprietors
Tenant and drivers furnished foi
polnl in thi* -Hstrict.
A. DOYLE, Manager
Cranbrook Sash
and Door Factory
All kinila of finish work in
way of doors, windows, transoms, etc. Kiln dried lumber
for inside work. Our work is
guaranteed aud our prices are
satisfactory.    Screen    doors
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Por Sale
Winter Schedule
Double Service Main Line
Kootenay Section
East and West
CONNECTS
WITH
Imperial Limited
M.I l.l'KH SERVICE
tt EST
STANP.IBP AND TOURIST SLEEPERS LEAVE HEVELSTOKE
I...II.Y FOR
Seattle and Vancouver
EAST
STANDARD SLEEPERS I.F.AVE
KOOTENAY LANDING
DAILY FOR
Medicine Hat
Connecting With Cars (or
St.  Paul, Toronto, Montreal
TOOItlS. SLEEPERS LEAVE MKI'iI-
cine llut tt'eilnesdavs nntl Saturdays
for Toronio; Mondays and Fridays Ior
Montreal; Fridays tor Boston I duilv
Ior St. Paul.
TIMBER. NOTICE.
Thirty days after date we intend
to apply to tte Chiel Commissioner
ol Lands and Works, Victoria, for a
Special License to cut anil carry
away timber Irom the lollowlng des
cribed lands situated in South East
Kootenay:
Coiimiencing at ft post planted 1.
miles, more or less, north of the northern boundary line ol Lot 7313,
Ihence running west ttti elinlns, llience
north 80 chains, Ihence east SO
cliains, Ihence south 80 chains, to
point of eotiiincneetiient, containing
IIIU acres, more or less.
Thc King Lumber Mills, Ltd,
Dat«l November 3,  1005.       31-51
MINERAL  ACT.
(Form F.)
CERTIFICATE       OF      IMPROVIS-
MENTS,
MAGNET   MINERAL CLAIM,
SITUATE IN THE FORT STEELE
MININO DIVISION OF EAST
KOOTENAY DISTRICT.
WHERE LOCATED-ON AI.KI
CREEK AROVE ST. MARYS
LAKE.
TAKE NOTICE that I, W. A. McL.
Meachen, F. M, C, No. B73II5., agenl
for Win. Carlin, P. M. 0., No. B787B3
and W. A. McL. Meachen,. Free Miner's Certificate No. 1173052, Intend,
sixty days from date hereof, to apply
to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvemenis, tor lhe pur-
'pose ol obtaining a Crown Grant ol
rn.rtieu.tirB,  lirst class or the above claim.
reservations, apply I   '_"<■ fur',h<!r _?k' not.'™ ,hal Mtloni
" *  under section 37, must be commenced
before tbe issuance ol such Certificate
of Improvements.
I   Dated this 28th   day ol November,
J. S, CARTER,       E. J. COYLE,     A. D. 1905.
DP,A., Nelson. A.O.P.A. VuicosMt, 36-»t W. A. McL. Meachen.
Atlantic S.S. Agency
ali.'l
uiieli
l.l III,
to nnd Irom England ,
lllttnoilt.   Asli for Clirisl-
liii'^s.   All lines represented,
For full
I'llir'tHt sic,
to local agents or write
Q. Illlllcr, Agenl, Criabrook.
,*!„
Fisher, Localo
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby give that two
months alter date I Intend to apply
to Uie Chief Commissioner oi Lands
anil Works for permission to purchase
lbe following described lnmls in Easl
Kootenay district;
Commencing at n post planted at
lhe northeast corner of Lot 7310,
ihence north Oil chains, thence west
811 chains, thence south 00 chains,
ihence cast 80 chains along nortii line
of Lot 731(1 to place of commencement, containing 480 acres mole   or
Dated at Elko, II. C. Oct. 2, 1005.
2S-9t Catherine Mills.
LAND NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that sixty
d:iys ailer dale we Intend to apply
to the Chiel Commissioner ot Lands
anil Works al Victoria (or permission
io purchase Ihc lollowlng described
lands:
Commencing at a post planieil al
Ute northwest corner o( Lot No. 5117.
East Koolenay district, thenco north
eighlv chains, thenco east lorty
chains, llience south eighty ehains.
thence west forty chains lo place ol
ommencement, containing 320 .Ties
Robison-McKenzio Lumber Co.,
27*1)1       . Limited
Cranbrook, September 25, 1005,
MINERAL ACT.
(Porta F.)
CERTIFICATE     OF      IMPROVE
MENTS,
NOTRE   DAME
MINERAL
IE FORT E
SITUATE IN Til
MINING   DIVISION    OK   EASI
KOOTENAY DISTRICT,
WHERE LOOATED-EAST ():• Till'
DREADNOUGHT M I N E ll A 1
CLAIM ON THE NORTH STAR
HILL.
TAKE NOTICE lhat I, Neil Mc
Lcod Curran, Free Minors' Certificate
No. Il7:iliii«, inleml slsly days Irom
tie iiuii, hereof, to apply lo lho Mining Recorder, for a Corlltlcalo ut Improvements, for tho purpose of obtaining a Crown (Irani oi the above
ciaitns.
And further take nolleo thai action
under Section 37, musl bo commenced before Issuance ol such Certificate
of Improvements.
Neil Mcl.euil Curran
Dated this Uilli day of October,
11105. 30-81
NOTICE,
Notice Is hereby given lhat CO days
from dale I Intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lnmls anil
Works to purchase tho following tles-
criheil lands, situate In lho district of
South Easl. Kootenay:
Commencing nt a post planieil on
lhc wesl. boundary of loi 7100, thenco
west 811 chains, llience norlh 80
chains, thenco easl 80 cliains, thence
south 811 chains to place ol commencement.
Olio V. Hough.
Dated Sept.  I5th, 1005. 20-0t
Hoggarth & Rollins
 Proprietors
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1). A. McDONALl). rlanager
Hotel is in thc center of town.   The  rooms
.Ti.
; comfortable and well furnished, the dining room is first- {
i das., and the bar is supplied with the best.   When you ♦
I want a good place to stop come to the Manitoba. I
I WE Q1VE VOU VOUIl MONEY'S WORTH \
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Man-tauturem of
Roii eh and dressed
LUriBER and
DIHENSIONS
Also all kinds ol
MOULDINUS
MILLS At
•Iiitfrnv, Ityan and
Crnnbrook, B.C.
Head Officii, * Cranbrouk
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Robinson Mckenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kinds Of
Rough and Dressed Lumber
SOMETHING DOING AT THE SECOND HAND STORE
We havo enlarged our quarters and our afcook very considerably of late and can supply tho wants of the public in
nny lino, Although we mM at eastern prices wo havo nothing
shoddy to slough off, Wo guarantee our goods for what we
sell ilit'in fur. Lumbermen- and prospeotora1 supplies a
specialty, Let us outfit yon. Wo have some now nnd second
hand furniture, stoves, etc,, to go nt real bargain prices,
Cord wood for Sale.   Employment Agency in Connection.
jas. McArthur, llie Second Hand Man
MASON & RISCH  PIANOS
Our western manager, Mr. |. C. Whiteacrc.will
be with the local agent, Mr. Ross Tate, (or one
week during December and will offer
Special Chrislma.s Prices   and   Easy   Terms
To anyone desiring lo purchase a Piano. Send
your name and address to Mr. Tate. IK) IT NOW
MASON & RISCH PIANOS are used from
the Atlantic to the Pacific. Their splendid tone
volume, their artistic case designs, combined
with their great durability, have wen for them
this great popularity.
MASON S, RISCH PIANO CO. Ltd.
WESTERN BRANCH, NELSON, B .C. TORON TO, CNT
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keep posted on the doings of
your district, and the doings of
the surrounding country.
No person can afford to be
without a
Home Paper
that tells of home and home
people. •_* Human nature is
much the same everywhere,
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CRANBROOK
HERALD
The Herald prints more matter
than any other paper in East
Kootenay. It publishes all the
news of general interest from
Fernie. Moyie, Fort Steele,
Marysville, Elko, Morrissey,
Jaffray, Kimberley, Blairmore,
Frank, Windermere Country,
Golden and in fact every thing
of interest from every part
of the district.
$2.00 For One Ye_.r
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Would atari  thc whole worl i i  nn .
In a  iu"!    helpful groove
■.. ii-i tu paralyze lhe
■ ,.;., j : i     ,,;.  the   'pi,* —
Speak   kindly ol   lus viclim if    yuu
know i!. ■ man
1 be eyes thai   peek .in.I peei  io Iimi
Un- worst ii hrolh. r Iwlds,
Thc loiifiuc thai speaks in hi it ernes
ihal (rots and fumes aatl se il
'lh • han is      Ihal   bruise   thc    tall,
thro igh thi ir strciigih wn    nu
to raise
The weaklings   who had stumbled ai
tho parting of lhc ways-
All these should bo forgiven, foi the)
"know not what they do "
Their hindrance makes a greater work
im- wiser nut's like you.
Su,   when they    scourge n  wretch 1
i n ■ who's drained Bin's Iiii tei i up
Say something good aboui him ii yuu
have tu make it up.
Real happiness oflcuer looks oul of
lhe window of an humble home than
through tlio opora-glass in Lhu gild I
box ol a theatre.
If your   path through life has   always been smooth,   you would   have
dep u.li'.l    upon your own sun foot* l
ue s; but oue   w iser than you rough
ii1 il Uut path, so you have to   uu
b   .   rn' ills hand.
\ happy home, whether ll consist!
'.:  two or   twelve membei >, is    on
where Uiva presides al lhe i d an
\ au-hes over thi couches; where eacl
a ipeclalty
■-  advertise.
■    LOI KSMITH   I
. i-ERTISB.
.    . miUi 1 would   ad-
'
Into il
L'pon
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:   . .
Jill fl)
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il dis] :
'., all
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itrive
irs of tl
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v.  , ■  .
.- ■' [Iiiu
hi, do i
. ith
A
il word
.     .■-.■..*'.■: :
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ii
TNE COMFORTABLE WAY,
in Lv     lYUMi;     Arr ■ ■■
To
0X1
Scaill ■
TWO
Nl
and
Ml
ll IT
Vancouv
II l.S
r.
Ti
Wlnnipi
il ai
1 St. Pat
1.
Fot
AL
Ch
. I'l
ii.vr's
rom
*..I'
.,  Mi nil
r AND
,1 ai
WES'
Acetylene Lighted Cars
Family Tourist Slei p rs
rn ace sir. ping Cars
Dining Cars I Ileal   a Ifl carte)
i ilbrai ■• Oh n natio i < am
Through Uel i ■■   i nil I checked
to all pi in
STEAMS!
!    For tick li,   ■
tlonS   .1'::!   COI     ll
i.n or address
:i-
serva-
n.  call
JAMES   SLOAN, Ag nt, 0. NT. Ry.
FERNIE, ti, C.
thought given utterance, and where
i aili is glad in laboring foi the others comfort   ami relieving the others
The grandest luxurj God ever gave
man i.s health, lie who trades that
ofl for all lhe palaces ni ill * cai lh is
el al .1 Many havo envied Napol-
i. ■., ..■■■ he would gladly have given
..I his honors lo have been freed irom
Ihe gout. A dinner oi hcrbes lasl
l. n.i lo the appetite sharpeni I ui .
wood! ian s ax or a scythe, thai a lI
thj i'. ligestii ii experiences si al '. ..'
a table coven d with vi nison ni I all
the 11 uirles ol the season. Wiih gi ,,-i
health wo can sleep swcctlj on a
straw mattress, while fashionable Invalids get but little rest on a coiich
of eagle's down. Let us remember
Paul's advice to the Hebrews and it
wc have health in all other respect
"He content with such things as ye
have."
There ti a great deal ol sentimental
cant, one must illow, in ihe common
lalk about the beauty .ml glory of
mothi rhood, bui very little practical
appreciation of the beauty ami glori
I among the talkers. The accepted formulas would load one to believe thai
the whole thing was a mere exhibition and enjoyment of loveliness and
1 ndorness without responsibility, or
weariness; without a moment d( terror, or agony, or di .pair. Arl li.r
so hr taken up the fancy and helped
il forward that its perpetual presentation of Uu* motherhood ti cither Uie
blissful young being aurcolid wnh
happiness, and holding her young babi
in her anus, or else the salnllj ol I
woman who, wiih hei silvei hair and
serene smile, sits down for a placid
breathing spell at the i n 1 ol h i
journey. Hul with tho Intermediate
mother, the real mother, the mother
uf many cares, ol consUwl cJTi rl, ol
daily and nightly anxieties, ni
art nor poetry occupies Itself; i n I
though Iter children may boihc day
rise up an.I call hei blessed, yet foi
long and weary years her virtue is
ln*i own reward,
l.'U us lay aside discontent, pet-
h. ■ and morosencss. Th so arc th
worst enemies thai can dwell within a
home. If wi can reach philosophy in
other way,
Sl C( I •->, IN ADVERTISING,
Advi :
Hi.   i   not Overshadowed by    tho
I   i   ■ A hctlisi r—Hi i Chances   oi
■ ice ■•- .'... ! i| lally as Goc I.
(Vllan West in the \ ictoria Colonist)
If I were Lo say ihal there is not
enormous force in    the . .     ni ss au I
tli ■   system i/.atb n    ol th   great dt
p i - .. i on s, i would be
i.«Ltall)    so   would     I    bo slating
something nui true were 1 not lo n
cognl      lie uppurtmuij  foi lhc small
ad vi uiscr,
Whi - th you n a! mi t an 1 ea dci I
jj a newjjpapi i.'
i ,    . ha paragraphs
Ulan !      ;  ; i  ■„ .   the citj
.■■iii',i h p    -ii    oue '■!     tho i asl ...
pap . ■ y ..I.- .1. ;o, tin pn pi•' 'i -
"Wi i. spool you io gel up a column
ol short Herns on rj day, People
.i.;!-.' ii:. by them, if wo havo ovei
.■ t il ■■:.': wc have ploiitj of news. If
'. ■ h-'. ii column, we have
li I ' hoi l. .v.- mattei how
u ■. i otl i n '.■, j wo ii.L, i, we fail
lo maiii ., righl ii ipres-.ion if i\e
arc   :. ri on iLems."
Soli ... 'tin .'...I yi ars ago be-
gi n iulvi . ing on ll i Coasl wilh
sn ,ui  Hi.:.;—and  succ i It i.
Evans ol  Phila li 1] hia—a di uggisi
hu i ., iill  a big business inn* ,	
ii.* li . i .
Macin ih,  ■' ■     Ian
has Uie biggest chiianoj   ■■ isin ss
th       '..■:.
.Illali   I
niEH
ill
A
th ■
say.
a 1  y or a new
ilnii   •(
y name   before
Bj what «
■   ■ ':--: g.
■    i
: ■■ tal  afaavea
■I superfluities
I :■ i-    lized m tbo
chair I	
-■-   a   quick shavo
i i be    nude
...u  then    Oo
ts about hair r.
■
''       ■    '  ■' ntreal does,
.    : iwiaess.
HAVE     SUME
It
buttei bus*
-       - blii  interest
piod .a i waa
j le     lata
. not getting tte
  unless
- .'  ■ 	
■ "-■'•"■ - -   bt   easj   t-iiungh
"-'  ''■■■' ..     . ,    ...  bat .,j
*.-   lhe good
■     ■* ■■      :   ......    another
branch.
I ■ ■ ■     .. Cai  who bas built g
I * ...    I    .;
•"-'■ could wbo was ready
and ui       ...  - -to-dateness
 ;.  ;-. uud the ad.
:    who     iiJ-
irity   of
can ea ..j ti_*i
'■■■'• .;;,,•   trade
" to pay fai than.
■ -   ■■:■■ things which
. -    .  want them—
::' lho) ...cprising
II ■    ■   - ■-■... ISER    CAN
lilUitt  A i  ..I .  AS HE WISHES,
■ .*-' - Using
.    . isitm,    j   '
you will si
..    .   . as '..."   Coi iy
.-*..*     ...     I.
it baktJ .... iu  bread on one    oil
* tovo.
all  :   .    '. Lher's Bread."
It advoi
: ■  .  rapidly,
It as ol loaves a_-
:....'. ., .
It .  big bakery, eye    of
try, and the Cor-
■       *           ...:. rj  sells   even
.   .
-    " :     sells     a
.    . . ; rospers,
- ...i olives-
■'•■■'•  througl    th     Ii . -advi   uses them
"I.:", ES   AND   PICKL1 3    PROVE
J'ilL POllS i.
! -lives—or
sh  them i.acces_j-
I ...;
Heinz :..': peddled in
.:    .   .
 *	
\ CL il.M  : rAKEI   I N'DER MOYIE
:
LlttlO   Bti
Di tn it Fr
auwebs    lhat i
J'n-
Let im advei Uaer ponder thesn
things and Lhtn slu ly his local newspaper.
NOTE     THE   COLI MXS OF   THE
HERALD.
Take any is ue ol the J lerald and
you'll si-.- littlt ads and little paragraphs that will calen Uie eye and
..ii... in the min I,
y   '■''■'-; ma"e ';'j   Charl      .   '... who is assoclat-
yvars ago such a ed with ■ ol the Sel-
dd   ou every news kirk mil Fish creei in the
[SI   Marys valley, :-;1  received a per-
i..."  from the       -  ■    i mi; -.., mei     io
search foi foi a   lode
whi h exist      ad ■:    .-'. :..  ian.e     be-
he   La       Shore claim,    ua
St.  Eugi ne Consolidated
Mining Co       ii .:■' :...\t works
a id   :....■      .   . —        Aurora   on
th   «   ■ -...       ib   lake.    There is a
Ismail   pot ipied grouod    be-
Lttween .o: 750 _.;  th   townsite     of
- Moyie wh .    ,: shaft can be sunk for
- !- ■-;..... oi ..■.'. ■ Here Mr. Mac-
ka] -viII | - . ■ :- hi - haft and work
from ihat poinl     outwards under ton
. : lake in order ti   b bis theory.
I li maj         ... is rei   -■■■■ d
.lb)  all the mining authorities
I ! tnal th     St. Eugene
ground j ,..:.. lake and mani-
fes! ":.* in n the i.-. I side. One
ol  ■-.■,-..■ ts in all    pro-
babilily the Aurora, n >w under such
exi u il ■ ■    . There is no
reason, quiu         i   itrarj, why Mr.
should not be
i:.",, I]                I.     il is a new   (ie-
partui Uis In   either
!              '■' . iy,     At    thc
is who    use P'                    ( a ver)   considerable
amount oi rai i I   from
un l i ii. ■ i '■ ii m al Protection
1- ,■., I, n  o     When the men
'.;,.. vi . an vei user in u
in..i me it paid him—paid him well.
I ui .., lam , a u\ in r—Ad ims—wbo
adveni . i   i ,      ,. point,    but
alwai - to ... .:■ i: :■.... pi Ini in . wh n
ngret I. says Iii.-, big business was
liuin by  thai column, lus little    ad
  ...    ■ :.     ..   ,.:.• ■ a week at
least,    !:....; ,   bim   customer after
i .. turn c
in ill.-   city there    are a •■"■" I
t\   -ll    b-MM   l!f!r)3'i+|t.-mnl..ii«ih. ill I-trtunenoI
jK',|   % J"   V-^^l'    t-V»V*J' •!•  ,.llu m -„„,, ,-mi„te.| than »',-
i J j  .-.
;    '..ii  till   i   liniJilitlile   ri
■
loi ii..;
PEOPLE     SI     :   I! THE    WANT >re
i nl,i  ,1N    . '. 1.1.-i.                                      ;    '•■   Idling   .. j
It  r_ to  .i.i  se' Ping   ■' ■■ '■ Uw vessel-
f.jly          is for sale, coming to theii        ■*.; *   In the sea
Vi      ■. a..*   the    newspapers   to lia ■• ■■' '    Ihem,
(..,,..,.., Aetuat mining ,.1 a lake boiu.m is,
The more small ada they print tho however, new in mining in this p_rt
, ... , ,,   ii l.l the I.a: na) country.
ih
<> i
BRICKLAYER .inJ
CONTRACTOR
Furnace, Boil r, Eat
mi we may auipnrr* a certain nepative
eontcnl that will suffice until wc can
cultivate a more positive virtue. Discontent saps i'ii- Btrength and is an
it   ,;.      . ,   .;. enemy to progress.      Petulance    ao-
1*6   A        -t'lreplncoworka special- .J, compHshes nothing,    Ii injures    lhc
y|   ,J. m-. A Influence nf Ihone who in*ltil_ii in it,
if   -I- ^ a -j-  alienating those about us
....,   *»•
search tte want
lull
Mr. V. SI. Black, ol Nelson, «"ho Is
l-lel accountant tor P. Burns ,S Co.,
;   wilh Mi. Mackay    in
hii   remarkabl)  Interesting undertak-
.  ;•_-       All descriptions of atone- *,;
%)\  % work undertaken. (Jnlers left •{•
K   •!• ilt
li it uct a,,* so nl ■ iotu that many
firm   h Ives too small to
a ti ertisi 1 shi ilil not write this article.
Everywhere I meet men in business
IlfiDIES WASHED ASHOKE.
O V
0\
_ i————W i&vr—-? ~v*\wwr*r*^t'r~
A word of   encouragement at     Ur
right time is of moro real worth than
•j* an ounce of gold.    It is more nour- j     *
|t* Isliing to the soul     ihnn meal    and   mj
,    ..      *\* drink to the hungry.       It is Bettei   cl rl
-o prompl attention. J. ii]m||ant lhan „1C riohMl wim.   an
*\* Phone 116. lJ. 0.1.ox 854. !j! the strongest   lever lo lift rrom   thr  |.api
X y  nils ni despondency.     Many a   pool   be i
sl!^><fSrM^,^,H*^*^-,K^^^*XSt4 overworked wife ts pining lor a word     K
Lorn
twcnl
in ih
J. D, McBRIDE'
will rcc;
■mail to advertise,    'western
ice to compete with Hilda    ol
. i cn pi iys loti     of  France S
limes my   floor an official
mum.   n™*- by the on
my ad would
ophy-
son with ,
. 2H.—Or." hundred and
.. i ms loi t tbelr lives
ii U ■ Lon lon A South-
a;i\ company's steamer
tho northern coast of
;v night, according to
glvi n oul to-night
of tho company. The
luded twenty-ono saloon
passing! rs, eighty French onion seller!;, and twenty-oeven of the crew.
Only fti>: wen.* saved. TIIK CHAMITIOOK. HERALD
ADDITIONAL LOCAL
StoU'S ehr.ili .il   Patn  Bros.
Mi.  tlu-™. Mil.' "I John I'.i.-.a   "'■
tli,. Cosmopolitan, .mum.: hi the city
IftSl    TllllM-ll.lY.
H„l     you a,*.*    those bom - ol ill
Sold b)  tl"* yard.     I mm  ihu'   i-x-
tjllMlta —tl.   1     K
.ccountat •   wisl i    evening employment making up I ks anil auditing.
Special!) ,'i storekeepci -        >P-
1.1 v   \   i-    \ . Hel Hi • '■ ll
l.llli,,lias    ah!!;., Ill     till *
l.l.-akl.ml   saM .1   all   ulll.'l    kiiuls  ol
S,*ls -li.   T.   K    a
Neil  \l. l i.n.K.  who  i    nun   a   in I
ated with the  Vdolpli li	
at   Fori     si.'ali' .lun,in,a. mis     in
town ilim week and  Ml   loda)    Im
Baynes lake, where tlie eom| 1    is
putting in a new mill,
James McKay, "i    -Wiiuli ruiere, K
11   Small. James  Hi Neil,   \   I..   M,
li,-.it,.,! and Al. Doyle, ul i
have been old li lends 111 111!   ■
I,,i  many years     One evening    i I.i
weeh   lla*.-.* pi els umi uml i lij I
a im hours  .Hiel  i.,n.ii.   i
tliu,'       lillllll    lo    till'   BUli   III* ' I	
Mi   Mi-Ka)
I' nu iiu-lllal a   al    I'.itl.a,!,     Hill I.
That's Ua* cheese   the nliulii , lice
and mailing la. us t    I Iml   i
ll,        Jl I'llll     (llll      ■ MM,,, III
English sun bee ,*   ilia i nli.i
Sill 'Ill-eat-,   the   Unfit' I",'*.,
the   Ellalll   cheese    II I   I,.. ll
aiid   likewise   lla    111 1,1 aa,*    All
.ii .1   T   t:   a.  when   I II ('.'I   lla*
WllOle  , l„ <*',
Ilall,,;   I,,   Ilia  rn,  I    ul   imii   a.,a I,   iiiiii
tl.r   Lul    llial    II,,'     Olil   Mini        was
uliespei li*ill|    . ulletl uui   ..I   luw	
Tuesday, llie I In ulil  is i Is
iiaii.il     -.l.ili, lal, I     llll      a"          Bill      a
llll.'.  I-   Ilia | i      I,an.   '   ll  we
llll',!    UUI     1,'.„!,',       lllll   "I'll         aM
Ulilll   Ilia   la.lala:
. ..,,   iMllll    all.,III.I   .1   I,     a*    111"  a
boxes    ..I     raisins, Turkish      Illi an
'1 hei. are i.n ..... i lui   i uu .1 ■'
The buleh ale noil    ul ail    H    'I
H '::
t'li.u.    llial.   upl'lie s     killing lllll,
ll,   Ilia  lllllllll    la* I   I,lal,I   aial   ll     I Ill
receive    liberal   pal m.   Iiuiii     llie
public.
F.    c.   Malpas,   liialiagel     ol    Ilu-
Canadian     Bank   ul   i" uerce,   ..,*
cuinpanicd  In   hi, I.naili,  la.in .  in  a
BIG CAT I LE SALE
P4994e&_*^_-_:"".».. wta
-Seven Years Ago jI vll.K,—EUVERS  m
in Cranbrook _ _ |
Tin. week James McKay, who owns
.: i     ,- * I i„* Windermere country, i glit   I TM   head "I Duo cattle
in    town   .,,,.1 delivered Ihem tu 1'
Burns a ... . Ioi     ulmii he received
abu .   '.        This sale swells   the
ul   this  prosperous   ranchet
lo   ■' ...   IIU,   i,,i  egttle Hns    sua
Jf  ITEMS  ill.1.1 I'   FIIO.M   'tin; g
.1  til I1AI 1,   01      I'UAT    DATE  <i
. :      i  ...:.-  . _-| I   I   *   I   ■  '
J Greci 's mn resi lence la 'a iaa. to
be one ot tho hast u. the ,-ity, and
.tn uraamenl to Armstrong avenue.
Postmaster Beattie  has  received a
| lll-W   M , llmll   ml   luck    liulm    lul     III"*   ..!
When th.-i are in place lhe of-
Un
. In
i,w days
Euiope
ul  Ihi- hunl. haia  mil  ha
.tli    E.  P.    Hi,mi,    uu
Berlin, Ontario, branch,
lu  llie city llll   Tim .I.n   I.
The   Kuoleuai   Itange
Hi us.
igua I In
-ai   ui  lln
CALEDUNI i.\ IIANl.l ET.
'lln: annual 1...l.tjll.t ut lha Maimlia
lllll Sin li I)   lull  lie liclil  ut lha  Ki,lal
lu.l.'l .a. in.- evening ul Friday, Is
December, at U p.in.     The tuasl lis
la .ulliilllilil) ll.Hi,nl, anil lllll In' III
lelspi'lal'il lllll, sullg! anil music. .
IIIUSl   mlul.iblr   lum- lii.ll   be expe,'tell
.11 lllllll.II.
Al lhe I'li'shiniiaii clunch, Well
licsilny, November 21), Ml. Sulin*:
.liihn Peake to Alias Catherine iMoun
Whyte, both ui Imiii Steele. liu.
W. 0. IV, Fortune peltor eil tin
ceremony.
rattle* were   driven H mile
iisi.u.ia   and il     took ten   days to
tir ,l1''1"' '■•'' '',*'1"' If'P-       '■'"■'    "•"»,'
Hi,, public. . vl'    il' *■"   "-1" '""!' '•*'   wl-ta"
alsu sold     ... P. Hums & Uo
Jos.  Netdersta.lt,  Ute Moyie Im-.i    Th'-"* ».''' ' evidence of what can
,*m     was  light   to Cranlirnok lam , '""' l!l ,!*'' Eootcnnj vallej in the
Sunda) ai In on ., hand cat .1 lak '■'"■■ •'" 'm'"*.*.      «.-     Httku    lias
,.,, i„ ih,- l,„s|,ii.,i     He has bevii mu   ll1'l"»*1'" " ,''■""','  '}' ,a"!'11
ii , ,. s.,i,., ,1 in,.is 'I' the Hm.' I mnsi <>i   thrui   he
  ia ,        lie h.m Iiul.' trouble carry
Jake   Fink     lias    a air      Ihal ""'■   ""'"'   """""■■' ,""',  "'"I''1-   "i"1
cleaves    his ii.n     I ml,   ,,   sum,   ''•",''     "  "i1     I'"1" ."',''1 ," ' "'
•itor.il    like , fcrrt-l    lln    a   i.n   "!   SJ'1     '" »»' ,'»IU')  M"'s ""'
hull* . llll'l    ul   u.lls       .lala   l",','   ',''  ^
,,i    ihai  Im ran i  be iii lam wl
«I
Huh  tl.    Hi-Kui   were HMliatii  \l
Nail.     Sal     II, IM"    II     HcWl'ISUI
mi i,.„i iin-i iiiiii., puiniui  'V i "■"',,:'!"', ,sil*"il'\ l-»J'Kn!l
-•III     S.lllllll.ll      IMIIIII * lla      .la|,|„*l
iii ., nail, i, Iii. li ...i-i. .1 In*.   I.,..* .,i.i
prtK'tlllltll   hi     I |llili    a   .Im Iiiiii .
li l.ll.'ll     Ilia    I,    Hi       >MM    Hill       all
uus   an.l l„* ia able  l"    limp    a I
ill    ',.  lalm ,.,     II,,.
Ill,a Hie nil lie were ,1,-ln
•il ll, Hi Kit) Iml the hoys ro
in in toiin i,n  in,, days iu net .,
la ul iii.ana...hi,,a IU,' II"'' al,'
a.Ill il huh' sullied I"I ami lui'l
I made in.iin   friends .1 *   thell
i'l     la,    >n   I'M,1,1.1..,.1
lha    II. I.llil     llnnl.l       lillllll        am
Ihal     liu*   :.Iiiiaka. ]..■!■.     ul   riaiil.1,,,'1 ♦
.....l.l serve  llu-il   ll...I an.l   lha  peopli    ICTlVIT.   l\   llll': l.l HBEII HIS
III      ktV|ling    III,        SIlUll    ,,ll    Um ai,                                          INES.S
u.,1,1           II,  lull    Iill*. IIS hull lla*'
'■'"''la "l  -I,"".ali-iii  weie kepi rleall     y,     ,     ,     u    ,         .  ,,      „    ,
uml   Hie  .-llll.l.-   plan   llulllil   11..ll. 11.11
a,    ,  a:,nnil.
T.  T      II, Vi
Ini  ui, hi.  iiai
mn   Mmi
IImM-II,
lli.ll    |,l.l
I'ai iu.
Ui    I.a
Uun.ltar.lt, his assistant
all.I      I la.M.       \|, Iimi ..,|l
iha ,,iii.,,     I-', i.l.ti even
If      II      Shial
Iiuiii  an  rsten
Ile  Is like a
limil  lasl
up   lu  Hie
a.I.l."   a,,
\la
Km. l.m.lMi I   a.   m.ii   iiiipri
lha    a    hr.    i,i,llaa
uial     expel is     lu ha able
i.ll'k       Ii.   Ml.lain,„,I,   in   „
• lal,..   Fink   llllll   lllllllll
lMlil.it     Haa      U.n.lim
ale   11,
.11,'
CONSERVATIVE    ItECOMMENDA
THINS.
Al ilm Presbyterian church, Weil-
Wednosday evening tho ciatlon decided uu sending in tu lho city council   two    feet nilnijiiiis,   j, li,
that James Ityan he appointed license commissioner, and thai J. II.
Short he appointed  lo Hu- olllco   "I
The    si'i'iel.iiiy    ui    llm    association
mil net iii the nml lei al once.
, +	
"JEitltY FROM KEIIKY" SCORES
A  WIN.
Fi
Fi
Fi
Patton ami Pen
Kerry" came in H
day lunl uml marked llieli arrival in
town hy a bund parade whicli gave
the public u taste ul Ha- uunlily of
Hie whole show.      II   was  Hie   llnesl
liUISie    I'lMIlallll     ilia    lam I,      a I he
i.tii'i'la ul t.'iaiibiuoli. Everj per-
im Uial in lln- band is an alii I, ami
tin- music given uu lhe 11 reel mu) he
said to he r.i >l) ii.aih ilm inn,. ..I
admission to the shun ilsell
room being gludl)  laken i.u u I
belter.    Those nlm i a n  i	
nl mul laughed, ami item awa)
laughing 11 ua* greal Thai i.s
what Ihey nil Mini, ami u ha I inula
could In: mini' People go t
loi a decent laugh al cl,
ivithniil a tinge ul vulgai ill
gol what lln-)* paid n.i lui
und flowing ovei, in ilu* Je
Keny" compaii)       1'al ha,
as .III I y, null hail  llm I	
Hm lun making        I'lieie in
villa specialt) .,M   i .  i -
altisls, Clowns, a."..hul , una walk
ns. anil   a    cuwbu)    ulu.    somelloli
caught he   crowd      Righl
enough ll,,.,,' were a nn genuine
COW bu)s .I..i.n luun lla IVimfelnielli
country a I.,   bailed him a. ., bruthci
und  pi,ii I I   .,   leu   ,,l   hi ,   1,11	
thell    UUV   I    H,   Hull    J I       Ihal
iiigbl       I' I , hupei   iuii   Patton
&   l'i Ml   iiill  m.i,,,    ,la       Imin    !	
again        ll  Ihai   ,1,,    Ihey   Ula)   Iel)   Oil
., ,la
mil lh
I   Flu
its ii
shale
a I. ,ll<
nl  ilai.
Ian    I'm  .    Ml     \.,I„,,IIM"      liim   is IU
he ui) un lu. second business    trip
., iiii   h„ alii) mi - greal a, mm
lining i    ilia mills 11 t'.iiiiupli-
lie Buwuign Lumbei L'o  is Installing
11 iiah double .ut bond saw   null
iih u L'jtpai-it)  ul  l.ui.null feel     pet
ui*        In    in.'*    Iii.-v. Im,nl   district
-he  ",,,l. mi ,1 is large .mil uiileis
liuin .HI piuiils musl sulislarlun
I'M',-* .,n* being well maintained in
Hn     Viiuwheuil .li,uut      Tim same
     reported ul     lhe    lieielslnk,
loealil)      Tl xprcialioii is     thai
llie culliillg  lam   mil  iiimii   lhe  hiel
i ,i luimpri ii i mark ever recorded »<i
iha industry in ilu* Kootrnay eiiuii-
Mi      I'lanli I.   is    coming In   I.n
miller  iiuiii-  Hail      In"   aha I       llm
 I     iiiiii   uhmh    trail,, m.iiiIhimim
lane laken .refill ly.
lu  alisuel   In  B  ipirsli.ili ul  Ilu-    re
preseiilnllve ol  iha Herald   Hi    Hm
lull   suul   llml    lhe  prusperls  Inl*    Illi-
 il   lint- r I, ileeiih'illv good     Th.
iiiiII men were getting lead)' lur u hie
eui in",; season. In his opinion il
I he)   .inl   mil   inuke  h.n   during       the
..Mrs.  .1.  I.       MrMulli,,     ^niiRiA^AAiJiAn^tlAn'Jtri
friends in     Nelson this   nark,     she pportiuillirs nl gungliiB    tlie
lefl hero Thanksgiving day, Inn owing  i,.,„i,.ii„ ,,f affairs in lhe lumber bus-
he ilelni  ui    Ihe operating train in„ss.   ' n,, iial| received over tmiiiii
lid nnt  Sel   In Ihr  lake  wnrlli ,,( mileis llllllllg his irip, anil
mug' il,.* nuipiit ui lus nun is ui present
' liir I lines us nirul as it  was a shurl
Al lasl Ihr sini coach running be- ijj,„. a|r„, |.*i,,MI n,,,M. [acis j, eoui,i
Iwrrn In ri- nml Maclcod has been re- Inter nothing hm prosperity lur the
legated to some olher road, uml an lumber Industry. A verv largo pcr-
upholstered one 1ms been substituted,   rentage uf   those orders camo   from
There is a slump in ihe cushion mar- t'l.mi k   uml     iis    nelghborl I
lirl alung llie line, : "('riinlii.nk is ii greal   town,"   said
  Mr. Hurt,in, "uml  I run see lui   il    ii
1,. E. Dnnlorth, ol the Ilernlil,  hod vei) greal future."
im experience onr day this week thai I — ♦	
is a    stinging retake In those peuple STOCK  QUOTATIONS
nlm ivuiilil enveigh against the state- .	
ii.rnt thai lhe eli.niiir nl East Koote- r.*urnislied by Beale & Elwell, Brok-
iiiiy is saliihriuiis in the extreme,  ll ,,
uus nulhing inure or less  than being ns'  C ranbrook,  U.  t.
stung by a yellow jacket.    With llies,|SI. Eugene .      all
mosquitoes, anil yellow jurliris   and Canadian CloldOclila ,     .:!_
snow sis* Inches   deep nn tin- ground Western til! & Cual  Ill
uur run readily appreciate Uu-    (act International Coal & Cuke  11
lhat the climate hero   is us peculiar Sullivan  n
us n is pleasant. War Eimlr  211
 . North Star  05
VV.  S.  Krav,    the   customs officer   tjnmliler Carll   86
stationed at Wardner, was iu    town Marconi Wireless (Canadian)  -1.(11)
■his morning uu his way to Mnyie uu   «"cky   Mountain   (lil     1.25
ullicial   business.      llr luiuul    many     Sales:- 5(111 St,  Eugene; 5011 Sulli-
Irlemls in Cranbiook pleased to    see  va"i :,mi Western nil ,v Coal,
him.         	
DRESSMAKING!    OPENING      AN
NOUN-CEMENT.
Miss Mary Macdonald, begs to an- j
nuuuce that she bos started business
as dressmaker and general seamstress.
Clo out daily If desired. Address, opposite Growl Nest Laundry. •*.'5-l_*v '
Dii 	
hr     Foil    Slerl
nun's  situ.'.
"I   nl I
lil Saturday
NOTICE.
Nutice is hereby given that 30 days
aftei date I intend to applv tu tin*
Hon. Chief Commissionei of Lauds
mul Hulks fur a license In prospect
Inr eual uml petroleum on a, mi
lowing described lands, situate
between seven and eight miles ourth ol
ihe International Boundary Hue nntl
about three miles cast ol s.i ••
Creek, S. E   Kootenay, ll. c.
Commencing at a post plantetl .,'
the suutii-ivesi corner adjoining i, ,1
Lung's rl,nm uu the' mirth west,
thenco running north 80 ehains
thence easl su chains, ihenee suuth su
ehuius. Hielier ui-st su L-liaillH In plan
.ules.
Located tills Olh .Inv ul (Irlubei
lllll:,
Fred   E  Empey, I i,„
H.I Til .1     Fisllfl      Will
NOTICE
Notice ia h.'ieln eIvmi ih,,i    .,
ultei dale   I iiileiiil t„ appi)   tu   Hn
I l,m    duel  Ci salt i   ni   I.ami
and Works   loi ., Ilrrnur lu  )...
l„i coal   uml petroleum  I,.-   lul
lowing      described     lands,     situ.il
nliulii    seven       miles     nuitli
lhe   I il.iilinn.,1   ||, ,|.,,,   |u„,   .,,„
al«"ii    three    miles   easl     ul   Su i |
Clerk, s   K   Kootena)   It  c
0 cueing u( ,t pnsl planted    ,,i
Hu- suuih wesl curncr, being ihe mn j
ml pust  aUi.i,,.i,I     i„  Ihr  i|, «,.|
m.i an „| A  Sorenson's claim   llience
running north sn chains, llienee   m
su chains,   thenee   suuih   su ,i    I
thence  west mi chains   tu    place   ul
commencement   ami   containing   , in;
Located ihi
.ith
ui
n   .1    Long,  Locatoi
■lillnrs Fishri ,   I,.ml
NOTICE.
Notico Is hereby given llinl   in day.-
afin ilula   I Intend tu appi)   	
Iimi. Chiel Cnnimlssloiiri ..i i„i,„|.
nml Works fm a license in prospei i
fur coal ninl iiai n.l..a,i uu ii,.* lul
lowing described lauds, sitnati
abonl seven miles nurlh ul
Hu- International Boundnrj  line  m.
ui I  three mul uur hall miles   .•.,
"I Sage Creek, S. K, Koolnnay, B c
Cuinliii'lirilig al  a posl   plan'.,!    i.l
Hie north-west comer, being ihe [nil
inl   pust,  mil,main     In   | Im  llllllh-rnsl
corner ul Allied Thomas' claim;
ihenee   running     smith    mi    ehains,
Ihenee ensl   KII     chains, lliene 11 li
Sll rhains, Ihence wesl  Mil ehains     In
plaee uf commencement mul coul iin-
ing nm ncres.
Located this    mu ilnv nf Octobei
1905.
A. Sorenson, Locator.
•111-51 .1. Fisher, Agent.
' '■ «»£'iS3S_£__B_8P«_Ra
V:
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^Tt Win*? ilo your own linking )l
A)          when ymi run gri (W**
A HOME MADE BREAD A
A) While nntl   Brown,  Hull-. A
A)     Buns, Cukes and Pastry Iff,
A       COOKED   MEATS A
A Potted meat, hi.ihal   ham. )A
*l meat pie, us tongue in tn- Jjr
/ niiito siiure.  lirrf Inal. etc., "J
A nl  Flnche's New  Slore. A
A Hanson Ave., nexl lo City A
*llukerv.   Orders promptly ]__
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Ross    Palmer,  of   Wardner,  i
ISlSS is the time
company llml is organized tn develop T
lln-   piuprlly.      Tale   is   Ihr eu il- X
Hv  ihai  is   rapidly becoming an ar- *
Mile ul ruiiiii *r, .mil  Hir lurl   thnl ! ♦
Ihr deposll   held   liy   III""   eulnpi.ii)   I , I ♦
ilm uulv one   iii ihr     Unlled Slates, | J
x     AT
I'll nf
llllll,..    II.
mistake
TO BUY A
Heating Stove Cheap
The   pay       llll*   milled
ind Hie C.  I'. If   peuple i
1H..11 la
happy
l III,     IIOSCIAN    COMIC    I'l'l II 1
COMPANY.
Ml    I  aim.,   ula,  hlollglll   Ihr II'"'
ai   Prince Opera cotiipun)   in   Cran
I ,1,   I.nil    yeai 11    ,,i,,-.u,na lha
H,,'i am I'ullllc Opela eulnpaii)    whieh
said hi   Hn* Culgius   Herald  in hr
I    Sltpelllll     II,   iiiinil,m       I.,l,i,I     .mil
llCieilC)        I llMlUlM! Ml,,I,II,,,
mi m-i Keen   „ clgui
l.illuli   In  lln*   llm  |
X PATHORE BROS. :
! X
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I        IF VOU WANT ::
hi
Hu
I'll 11,1,
LAYIN0     STEEL    n'.     CORUIN
ROAD,
Bonners   Ferry   Herald, Nol   li.'i
Tracklaying on   the Spokane A    In
teitiiitioiiiil   railway, or   Corbin lim*,
Is making good progress un Ute uorth
end.   Thr rails are expected to reach
Easlpuil,   Ihr new   lown   lllill  mil    iiii
Hie American side uf the International line to-day. This covers thr Canadian Pacific link nl twelve miles.
The track will piuhnlhly slop temporarily at Easlpuil, as the grading
has not progressed sufficiently lo
permit it to proceed, Al, Easlpnl
the Corbin people will lay out a hig
material yard, where they will unload the steel required to complete the road on into Spokane,
The steel is now arriving in lar_e
(pianfitirs and i.s being stored at
-sidetracks along Ihe C. P. R., until
such lime as thr material yard is
ready to receive it.
E.  If. Roberts, superintendent    nl
construction,  was out over  tho   line     Victoria    Nov   20—To-morrow lh
a lew days ago, giving ilie contrno-   Gazette wil! contain a notice calling
tors hurry-up orders.      lhe weutlier , the provincial assembly together    r
has been favorable mnl g I progress   January I lib Im Ihr duspalcli uf Inn
has been iu_H,* iness.
Wi      i nli     leading  i,	
1 'l.lll  1 Ml!    lllll lllllll   Ip.li      I'M | ,   j
Lucia    NmI.i    inlimi   il,.in,., soprano I
l.l    I       Ml          llllll II,,,I.,||m       .'-,,1,11111.111
I l.lll. I..    Ill    "l.ul,."   I...1 1,-1 1     ,    llllll,Mil
Campbell,     biiril *      i     "When
Johnnie     fumes     Haul (     11	
i',,n,|.a„i" Hazel Davenport, i-ume
iliriuie, .luhii Dewey, h.ia.". Jack I.e.  '
Hr,  ■ m ..ml nu linn ami  a  lur.  pun
mt Iml. .iiii.imii-.M mull' uml Icmalii
chorus. A carload ,,i seciimy ami
iii'i'i'ssniirs enables the liiaiutgeliu-nl
in iimiiiiii llm ilnlriml operas effee
tiiely mul     properlt       The cngnge
agemeiit uill presenl, Sotisa's "El
Cnpiiiiii," Fihl.iv, December ulh. mul
"The Telephone air!" Salurdav,
December    Olh.        Thr        reserved
sral   sulr fur hnlll pelfullliiiuees opens
Monday, Dcccinlier ■lt.h. In ,i. in. nl
lieuliit- ,t Atchison's,
clothing that is "Gilt Edge", in name, ♦
;:;:£,;:,£ | J "Gilt ridge" in material, "Gilt Edge" in ;
make call and see the new stock of Ready J
made clothing just received. All Union
Labor.
| LliASK & NRNDERS0N KUs
SAW Mil.I, MEN,  ATTENTION'
Send us a plan uf your blower piping and Iel us give yon an estimate
mt the complete Job. ' It uill be complete.
I'n I inure Bros.
 *	
MEETING OF LEGISLATURE.
«   P. BURNS & COMPANY  .*
Wholesale anil Retail
MEAT
, MERCHANTS
Fresh and Cured Meats
Fresh   Fish,   Home   and
Poultry.
....
was
*l
-
5
.'v.&»iS3_3..-,r?;
To read thc local paper that
.qives I he news, while it is news,
.ill I Ik1 I imt!; because it pays to
keep posted on the doings of
your district, and the doings of
the surrounding country.
No person can afford to be
without a
Home Paper
tliat tells of home and home
people. .* Human nature is
much the same everywhere,
and wo like to know what is
going on about us.
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Therefore, to read
. .The..
CRANBROOK
HERALD
The Herald prints more matter
than any other paper in East
Kootenay. It publishes all the
news of general interest from
Fernie, Moyie, Fort Steele,
Marysville, Elko, Morrissey,
Jaffray, Kimberley, Blairmore,
Frank, Windermere Country,
Golden and in fact every thing
of interest from every part
of the district.
$2.00 For Oi\c Yea,r
$1.00 For Six Months
t»_>
KSEJtM.'M
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IdPublishingCo.
F. E. SIMPSON, Manager
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