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THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
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VOLUME  8.
CKANHIIOOK,   BUITISH   COLUMBIA,   THUBSDA1
JANUARY    II.
nun.
M.ill'.Kn   12
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid Up Capital $10,000,000      - Reserve Lund $4,5(100,011(1
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO
It. K. WALKER, General Manager        ALEX. LAIRD, lunl. Gen'l Mnnngoi
BANK MONEY ORDERS
ISSIIIO Al  IHE FOLLOWINQ IIA 11 'I :
$1 ami under      3 OSnlS
Ov,i IS and not excsedlng $10   —   6 cents
■■   ski     " "        $w   in cents
«   $3o     " "        isfio 15 cents
a,,- I'll vuldc ill I'm-.,i  ,,,, nil.. .* in I i,uu,lil ol ., Chartered lln
ntndl, and al Ibe principal banking |wlnl. in ills- United Billies
Those Order,
[Yukon ex.
Till! CANADI IN HANK nf ' OMJIIUHI I'. LONDON   I Nil.
They lorui an oxcellotil inctlinil ,,i remlltliig smnll sums of mono}
,-sc.lleiil inctlinil nl remlltliig -nm
.Mill   Sill'   I,   llllll   ill   —l.ll, ll   ,
CRAMSKOOk IIRAMCH
l:. C. MALI'AS Mgr.
,»m»niimiHHiimim«imm«mii!H",j
flHPERIAL BANK j
I OF CANADA\
CKANBROOK, B. C.
SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT
J     Deposits of $1 an J upwards received and interest al- *
* Wed from date of deposit at highest current rates and .
4 IS
T compounded hall yearly. £
CRANBROOK BRANCH
I. F. M. PINKHAM, Manager.
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BEALE   is   ELWELL
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We will sell you a six-
roomed lUwelling and
an Acre of   Land For
$550
payable $350 Cash and
balance in one year
without anv interest.
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BEALE & ELWELL
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Wilson, Hi- Jeweler, wlten j -u wanl
11 rihkI, reliable liim- piece Wu
havo a largo range to select Irom
.nnl ,1 good supply nl llie besl make
11 gold mi.-.I cases .it prices Uml will
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MOUNTAIN   LUMBERMEN
III 111    ANNUAL   MEETING    OF
THE   ASSOCIATION   MOST
SUCCESSFUL.
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JEWELER AND
IW. H. WILSON,   0pT1c,an
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WILGA" PRIVATE HOTEL
The most comfortable house and the best
table in the Kootenays
Apr'v f°r u'ims ^rs' Holford, Cranbrook
News:    The     fifth   annual
ng ot  ih.'   Mountain     I.umbei-
11111,      \   ui 1.liuin   commenced yes-
inil.iv morning at Uie Hotel Strath-
11,n, 1, .ind will lie concluded to-day.
Tin- meeting was an unusually suc-
, 1 , ini nn.- imiii 111 attendance and In
tho thoroughly harmonious •nnclu-
siona arrlvod .it by Uie many del*
gates present. The business outlook
ni tire mills ami tu tin- territories
m\ reported as veiy fiivuralik*.
l'i 111 v.fir lUt'iiUil Upon Un the
present, ufllcors vvi'iu oleotod toi
thu yem and .1 ureal deal of routine
work w.is rustled through. To-day
11,,. ii,-i.- ,,hs will iinvt again to get
1,■,,,!!. until two committers and tu
tlul- iiji unfiiiislied business. A ban-
(|ii,i was in-i.l lasl evening in (the
Stralheoiia dining mum.
Tho dolugntes began arriving on
Sat unlay eveniug and a large 'numbei came In on Sunday. Souk 25
Incorporated companies were u-pre-
sMiifd at Un1 meeting, lheir capitaU-
/.,iimn mounting up to over two million dollars, in Lbe aggregate. Tlm
delegates tbcinsolves are as line a loi
nf western representative men as one
could wish In see, and have an aii
<ii bustling prosperity about Uem,
uial impressed even tlio casual ob-
sorvei with lln1 importance and value
ol iiu' Industry with which they are
connected. On Sunday evening, and
.ii.iin last night after the business of
il.i- day w.is uver, the visitors, many
ul whom had tlieir wives with them,
were very much in evidence in the
lobbies of the tttralhcona and tbe
Iiuiii.- hotels, tliey fraternized with
each other and with many wbo called
upon tin m told iun u 1 ner able stories,
.nnl lia.! a good time generally.
The lumbering companies represented jn,I Uie names of Uie delegates in
attendance were as follows:
Columbia Kiver Lumber Co., F. W.
Jones, Golden.
Yale-Columbia Lumber Co , .Joseph
Geueile, Nelson.
Tho Fcrnlo Lumber Co., L. M.
Proctor, Kernie.
The Standard Lumber Co., C. D.
McNab, Cranbrook.
The Bowman Lumber Co., A. F.
Dudgeon, Hevelstoke.
Otis Staples Lumber Co., D. 11.
v.tti'.s, Bayard.
Mayook Lumber Co., H. B. Benedict,  Mayook.
The King Lumber Co., M. B. King
.mil in. .1. II. King, ML.A., Cranbrook.
The Big Bend Lumber Co., T. A.
I.udgate, Arrowhead.
Thc Hevelstoke Lumber Oo., C, F,
Llmlmark, Hevelstoke.
The Yale-Columbia Lumber Co.,
.1. (i. Billings, Nakusp.
The Bast Kootenay Lumber Co.,
A.  Leiteh, Craubrook.
Thc Kernie Lumber Co., A. Mc-
Dougall, Fernie.
The Porto Rico Lumber Co., Ot. \V.
Orchard, Ymir.
The Koch Lumber Co., W. C. B,
Koch, Nelson.
The Crows Nest Lumber Co., II. L.
Lindsay, Wardner,
The Kootenay Shingle Co., C, B.
\rehihnld, Nelson.
The Klk Lumber Co., K. C. Dubois,
\. L.  Boynton. Kernie.
The North Star Lumber Co., A. F.
Krappel, Elko.
,1. t; Scott and II. IVpoueier, ilele-
gati s ii, m Vancouver.
Oeorge P. Wells, permanent secretin •treasurer, Nelson.
Tlie following officers were elected
for the ensuing vear;
K W Jones, of Golden, president;
.1 ,\ ivw.u, of Nelson, vice-president, and CL P. Wells, Nelson, per-
sec rotary-treasurer.
The meeting was not open to the
public, bul lasl evening Mr. Wells
stated ili.tt the chief business of the
was ibe discussion ol prices,
railwa) rates and Uie market out-
1 ■.. ' The question of duty on Imported lumber was not touched on,
noi w.is iii,it of calling Into active
operation the Mountain Lumbermen's
tl luring Association under   ttie
i.i ol whicli manufacturing could
, i,  on    wiih on   a co-operative
Ii.i lis
"Tlie   changes in    the   price    list
.,. reed U] on,      said    the   secretary,
"weie   comparatively of minor   Importance ,li.il few changes will result
[or  lite presenl, but  the stock   now
.u   tlie  mills    and  iu   the  territories
liown  tn be small and we fully
1 itpci 1    llml  ai   our nexl  quarterly
[n March an advance on   all
it,,,    will be made.    We confidently
expei 1   ,i groat   demand   for lumber
"1    ,1 mlng nonson and  the   supply
availal le tt ill    warrant  iui    advance
, nl  pi lies and will, 1  think,
i.i  ileeidi ,1 iiimii in March when    we
ii. \i   meet        A  good deal of business
1 ran h iml ai    meeting was of a
routine character not of interest to
ih,- general public The meeting was
.;, < 11: el) Imi mon Ions and satlslnc-
Wi- have still some re-
t« . mi iiiei and expect to
rinse    mi  mil   business    Hi     llle  11101*11-
CITY ELECTION.
NOMINATIONS     TAKE       i'l.M V
NEXT Tl KShW    AND THE
ELECTION ON TIM RSDA^
THE 18TH.
]   The   next   city election
place    on    the     Uth ol    thi
whieh is next Thursda]
tion  day  being  Lhe   M n
urns,     i p in ihe present  lime tl
teems to in- no opposition
Rogers    succeeding    himself.
Rogers has made 1 I cd
Lhe iiin-1 tune thai tw baa bwn
olllco awl the people grnen
lhe   Opinion   tli.it    he   -
<si bj  .ticlaiiiaiinii, and  11
ihe necessity ol on election, a
Don't Throw It Away
;l   I Illn
.... douiit be done.
The Herald is nol  advi nl i
whether all  ol   the pre ffl
will   stand   foi   le-idecll'.li  Ol   UOt.    Ul
the case of aMcimni there will ■ •
election unless some of On | n
Incumbents decline to run again, aa
.James Ryan and Al. Doyle, at Lhe
request ot a large number of ihe
citizens, have reluctantly cun eni u
to become candidates. This request
was presented in ihe form of .1 lihi r-
ally signed petition last Tuesday at
a "meeling held at the Cranbri ok
hotel, al which all presenl gave
Lheir personal assurance lhat Waj
would do all iii their power to si-
cure the election of these two gentlemen.
Mr. Ryan was placed on tlie ticket
while he was in California at Life
fast election, mueh against bis will
and he was defeated. There weie a
few things that contributed to tils
defeat, but the chief one at Lhul
time was the misrepresentation*
made as to his connection with th
city water works system, James
Ryan was a citizen ol Ci m-
brook before I here was a l ran
brook and during all tlicsc years he
has been in the van 111 every movo
ment that promised prosperity lo
this town. He has given lively -
his money and his time fni Cran
■brook, and during all thai period no
man has ever been able to attribute
one dishonorable act to Mr. I!> in.
He bas put his money iu the waterworks as lh- has in other public enterprises iu this town, ami did 11 Lu
when there were people whn said hi
was a fool for doing so. li was
Mr. Ryan and his associates llml
have made it possible for the people
of Cranhrook to enjoy thc modern
conveniences of a city by showing
their faith in ihe lown and putting
up their money.     And it might    bi
;lded at this Juncture that they
have been putting in their money bul
as vet tliere have been no returns.
As a citizen of Cranhrnnk and one
who is interested in Ms advancement, Mr. Ryan is one who would
act as a man should in anything of
lhe kind, and as one Interested in
the water works he would lie only
too glad to let the city lake action
as tin law provides if tin* ma in y
of the rale payers so decided iu acquiring tlie water works, But there
is no probability ol anything along
these lines being done for a year oi
two, as the town will not In In shapi
to make a move in thai direction.
Therefore this phase ot any object-ton to Mr. Ityan is eliminated from
his campaign.
Al. Doyle, of the firm of Gearj &
Doyle, very reluctantly consented to
have his name used in connection
with ihe ttidermanic contest, and
it was onlv after repeated requests
on the part of those representing thc
signers of the petition thai In* finally said that he would become a candidate. Mr. Doyle is an old-timer
in Cranbrook and the district, and
has the confidence of the pcoplo generally. For Uio pasl year he has
been a memlief of the license commission and in all of his executive
acts he Ivas displayed CXceltcnl Judgment and fair mindedness. A great
many pcoplo have expressed the opinion thai Mr. Doyle will make .1 first
class alderman and are anxious to
have him sit on the board.
The present members of 1he council are J. P. Fink, D. Murphy, G. P.
Tisdale, J, Jackson, II. Hickcn-
botham, and James Greet. With
nil in the held Messrs. Ryan and
Doyle there is a pretty race on for
next Thursday.
A SPLENDID HOLIDAY NUMBER.
f     tho
;l hlm-
C0MMENT UNNECESSARY^
DR    WATT   WRITES     ANOTHER
LETTER AND SIGNS HIS
NAME.
The   Nelson   Daily  News:—
V11  Individual  In  ('ranbrook has been
.,   ihe Scotch say, "quick enough   in
1.       i" see that the cap   l
i  i-M   i.nil in  the lettei    re-
publl died   In   yur   columns
■■   i nature "Vlatioi" was  ln-
. [1 1   linn, and he has put   il mi,
bill   in-  tn ikes no attempt  tn     defend
1   |iuiiin ai mil ni a false map In, as
,- . Hie Inleiesl ol his pet and
belaudtd lown, Cranbrook.   On
lhe eoittral)   In   bis  veiy  evasive n-
.  .,1 i.n wledges tho justice of all
1 him wilb.     II  Uns Individual  were oni)  capable ol seeing   ibe
ultimate consequences of ibis docen-
-mu iif lhe Canadian public, he would
bu somewhat diary in resorting to
such methods iu his otherwise perfectly legitimate work of booming tho
town he lives in, but from which nol
so long ago he was quite ready to
leave for "other fields and postures
li.-l I
ill
Wll.il
II doesn'l mailer bow badly
think your watch is broken, brlnj
to us for an estimate on the repairs
necessary. We have workmen who
have been educated iu the se enco of
watch repairing at, the best college
in America, Wc guarantee our
work    ::    ::     ::     ::    ::    "      ::
iml iced from the list of
attendance, what a wide
eied hy tlie association
important interests are
riiiH-i im il, The qual telly meetings
of lhe association which will be held
here throughout the year will be
looked forward to with interest by
all who arc closely wateh-ing the
great progress made by the lumbering industry of the interior.
Now Cranbrook has been a pros-
porous town, has grown with wonderful rapidity; hut it is by no
means the "hub" of the universe, imr
even the "bub" of the wesl. li has
been a curious feature, 1 may remark, in the advancement of Cranhrook that certain Individuals tliere
seem to have been possessed by the
Cranbrook take a step forward was
belief thai tbe only way to make
lo knock Fori Sleele a step hack-
ward. We have suffered from this,
"the Cranbrook spirit," as it mighl
e termed, iu the pasl; bul now a
few slnuiters (comparatively few, I
I elicvo) possessed of tliis "evil
spirit" are howling for ihe building
f tho K. C. H. straight into Cranbrook leaving, as this hoomsler's
map shows, Kort Steele miles away
from  Ihe road.
I: is amusing to those knowing our
local history; who have walchni the
course of events during the past five
years; who have suffered under ihe
-na is and helililenient of their efforts III behalf of the K. C. R. in its
firsl years, lo observe how this mail
rush to snatch from Fort Steele and
the country east of tlie river the
benefits which may properly be. look-
i .1 fnr from the construction and
operation of this road, and concentrate them all at Cranbrook. I do
not believe the C. P. R. authorities
can lie so blind to their own highest
interests as to be misled by Ibis
howling and climb hills on hills just
to sidetrack Fori Steele again, when
by conforming to the natural topography of the disiriet, by following
Lho route laid down in the charter
ami well thought out in the interest
<i( every town in the disiriet, tbey
can obtain that prime essential in
all future railway trallie, an easy
grade, iu this particular case a grade
1 xeept,niially easy.
Nor, sir, 1 waul to emphasize this
fact, that we in Fort Steele, thu
promoters of the K. C. H. have never
been possessed of this selfish spirit;
wo have always been willing thai
Cranbrook and any other town in the
district should share In tho benefits
in be derived from the K. C. R. We
iptiially provided in the original
draft of our scheme for a direct connection with Craubrook; and this was
over five years ago, when the stability of that tuwu was by nu means
assured; when its sprinkling of
"hogs" had antagonized every other
town in the dislriel by their insane
efforts to make these towns mere'appanages of a "clachaii in a swale."
And yet notwithstanding this latest
effort lu injure us we are still imbued
with a spirit of fairness to Cranbrook, and we shall be glad to have
as direct a connection by rail with
that place as can be had; but wo
wanl, and we are distilled iu wanting
tho K. C, R. carried through on the
route as originally projected—tht
route subsidized hy the dominion
parliament—a route wbieb I firmly
believe and have no hesitation in saying is in the interest of the Canadian
Pacific itself, rightly understood and
iu the interest as well of every resident in south cast Kooteuay—and
should he to the injury of none'
Whal is lo bo done then in this
crisis? What should he the true attitude of every fair minded resident
of the distrlcW It is to work heartily and warmly together for the original K. C. ti., with such connecting
blanches as may be agreed upon and
may he found practicable. For there
Is a very real danger if we go on
fighting each other instead of working in harmony, the whole scheme
may fall through nnd may not he revived for years to come. Facing
such a possibility, ot even the other
contingency, is it to he supposed tliat
we ou the easl side of the river are
going lo sit down in all humility and
accept with a good grace the future
now prepared for and wished for us?
By no means. We would be the veriest cravens in tho world if we feared
anywhere and under all circumstances
tn llglri (or our rights, aud in sn
n ftitlng, fight for ihe truest Interests
of overy man who deserves to be   a
resident of so splendid a district as
this Easl  Kootenay of ours.
Just flliothi 1 word. You know,
Mr. Editor, 1 had nu objections to he
I.u,wn as the author of the offending
letter, and I have nn objections to be
known as the author of tli s; but
Idea of me taking lessons in what is
honourable or dishonourable from the
WINTER
is not half over.
Don't think
becat se    wc
hav h.i nothing, but banana   weather
that we will
not have any
real cold weather, you will
need a Carss*
coat, ?o better
,(! buy it now
joy life.
GE
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'ur lined cap, they are the
best made. Wc guarantee
everything  wc sell.
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Official Watoh  Inspectors,  fVn»s Nest    Puss   Division, 0. P. K
Buy  An Annual  Before
They Are All Gone
A C100D RESOLUTION,
Hire is an excellent resolution. It
is from Henry Frank's "Thirteen
Resolutions for tbe Year." Mr.
Frank has heen visiting and lecturing hi Los Angeles:
"Resolve ever to he young. Age
consists not in years, but in heart
throbs and the wreck of worry.
Count not your anniversaries as
milestones toward the grave, but as
commemorations of your birth. As
tbe years increase, make the heart
lighter and the body more supple by
eourl ing the cheerfulness, enthusiasm,
and buoyancy of childhood. Thus we
may be born again each year, and
youth becomes immortal."
W. A. Willeox, publisher i
Phoenix Pioneer, has surnasse
self this year in bis holiday numticr,
It is a handsome volume of li pages
wilh over |no Illustrations and livi
maps prepared especially for lho
occasion. The Pioneer printed
1.500 copies and each ono tells the
story of progress and prosperity In
lhe Boundary country in a manner
that will Impress even lhe mo l casual reader with the truthfulnc ai d
reliability of the statements made.
Phoenix is a small town and ono thai
owing to ils size, is not on-tll I il to
a publication of the magnitude ul tho
Pioneer's holiday number. M gets
it, however, because the town i (or-
Uihate enough lo have a newspaper
man wilb enterprise, grit, I yally
and Unbounded enthusiasm [oi the
future of tbe town and lhc ill Irict.
(iu over Canada and the 1 ult eil
Stales and bow many towns lhe sizo
of Phoenix can he found wilb a news-
naper that would attempt such a
laborious task. \ol one. Bu mess
men in Phoenix and In that disiriet,
should appreciate Mr. Willeox.     lie
has made the name of Phoenix publisher of a deceptive map is real
known wherever people are inlerest- ly "too funny for anything." May 1
ed iu mining, and the resources of, be allowed to close hy parodying the
tbe wonderful Boundary are familiar' amusing story told by Ian MacLareii
to thousands through his untiring in the "Bonnie Briar Bush." Ye
zeal along the lines of publicity. The pcoplo of Cranbrouk, when you have
Herald hopes that he made money read this I want you each to retire
out of the venture. If he did it is to bis closet and ask himself this*
mighty little for the labor perform- solemn question: "Am I a hog?"
ed. But he has accomplished a 1 am.
great good for his territory and   it Very respectfully
Pocket, Oiiice
And   Desk
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FOR  190 6
In All Sizes and at A'l Prices
Mail  O'ders  Receive  Our   Spe:al    Attenntion
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Ualuabie Residential Prc^rty
FOR SALE
A two-storey frame dwelling, twj bed-rooms,
dining-room, parlor, large hall and kitchen, postered
throughout, electric light, centrally located, An
Exceptional Olfcr.
cArnold Ci% R^oberts
REAL ESTATE A INSURANCE
CRANBROOK,  British Columbia
is to lie lioiNxl that Mm pcoplo
sIkiw llwir appreciation In
lal way.
 *	
ENGAGED.
uill
iter
Fori Steele
Hug* Wall, M, I).
Jan. Bth, tdOli.
WILLING TO PLEASE,
Customer—Ho-w do you sell   your
  nilk?
"Now " sail! lhe nrolcssor, ilcscrlli-     Dairyman—Ton cents a quart, mail
im. devebeu rem senate.
STOCK Ol 0TATI0N8
A: Elwell,
,k, B. C.
Lelhliiiilp,     .Ian   '.-It Is   -i';i'«i'.-m.nisM by  Beal(
here „ii the highest authority    that, '
llr. DcVebor, minister wilhoul  port- e s; "■"'■'
folio in thc  lllii'i'lii government, has Marconi Wireless (Canadian)
l„*ei, given official assurance uf    the  Rocky Mountain Oil 	
appointment to lhe senate and   thai  St.  Eugene	
Ihis appointment will he made belore, Canadian Goldflclds 	
the legislature convenes, Western Oil St Coal	
It is declared thai ho will not   at- International Coal i Cuke
tempi  to take his seat in lire local I Siilllva
I legislature ami
tliat a byc-clecttoi
on as i l,e body eon
Dr. DeVcbcr lus not affirm
iielii:*.'l  tills   i:::lt  ,*,■'!  ii   i
a quirt 1 can make itthat ior "you" generally credited by his iriends.
inK the  work of his    class Io Miss  MM- ,
Elderberry, "wc are engage!—"     I     '"'it   I understand   you    charged wHIbo hold as
"Oh, arc wc? How si n!"  was only sis cents. RlfZ
her reply as she snuggled up.-Hous-     Oh, if y„u want some at s;i cents cd_nc
ton Posi.
War    Eagle 	
North Star   	
Rambler Cariboo 	
Sales:—North   Slur,
Oil and Coal, 250.
Brok-
..00
1.00
.40
,5
.   .25
.30
.10
.24
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Western TUB   CltANBItOOK    llKlfAl.n
TuRkrihik  iiki;\i,'i
Hi  the Herald   Publ
j,.ut.
Limited,
S      1
Ufc  /JL£mm^fi4**-*\
id filanagi
The Herald Is worth llll a year. Ii
costs only 11. N,, man in Soutli
Easl Kootenay fan auord lo he Willi
oul ll, ami evil),,!,,' lull,': OUlaido o,
Ihe district, who is Interested in Uu
progress el Ihis section, should read
it. It publishes the n-ws while il i-
iii-wj. It ,s comr..ll.-.l absolutely hy
the publisher. No clique, party ol
Individual dictates Its policy, li
dun't try to please tin people, it'l
desire is to publish a newspaper thai
»ill be a credit u, ii ,* community
,s,*nd ,n youi mi;,N,i,i-i: rn and yoi,
will ue ihanklni evei alterward.
Advertising late* li per Inch, si"gh
column, per monlh, no moie si, I n,
I, ss.
Ileaillug ni.iiiei i', cenis i„ i Iin,
lo n„i,-a,l',', Users . i" ' * per llm
lo regular advertisers. Muslims,
locals 5,8 cents i„ i lino each nisei
Uon
11 v,„i desire '■> reach Un people „
s,,it'h Kasl Koiilcnaj :.,„, musl ,i,i
vcrtise in  Uii- ll, i.,11
Th,- II, l.ilil has a liisl cliiss jo
plant, ami lis Work is of lhc besl
The Herald   don i wanl charity.     I
wants a squall- ileal oil your jo
work II ii,* can'l -',,1 vou ill qual
ny anil price, kick, and sen,I y,„,.
w,,rk ,o sotiio Cheap John house n
ih,- ,-ast Ihai nevei spends .. coul u
Cianbrook,
| AAlt   c    Wap-L
_ la ,,i the United States there aie
no longei what might he Mined ,„n
and out Iree traders The mitei
-.us «,se. however, t" hide his Identity under a mini de plume. Letters
displaying such palpable ignorance
should always l„- signed llial nam
c brook    is     u„*     commercial,
natural ,,„,l railwaj ceiitei „l Sou I
Easl K,„,i,ii.,y -Ml Hie letters ie
il„* world could i„,i change lhc acl
ual ia,i-.
k*;-vic.t.tfrfl-vtiii'Vi'l-s.*i
I   OBSERVATIONS
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u\   iui: old iun.
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I'l,,-,,-   liavc   heen   a     l"i ol   ui
in, gnariil I
ol il„> II,'11,1,1
',-,,, li-is open I,, Invcsllgtl.
,  I,,- sdvartiaera at any
in,,,-.
Il„- Herald gives a ilullar
,,, value for a dollar i alley. Tlio n,lverti->ov Imn the
right l,, know whal  I,,-  is
 Ivillg    I,"*   I,is     „•>*.
Tho llerakl   is one  paper
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* (;crnic. I'urdy's lliuik Store
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EDITORIAL NOTES,
W, \ lluchaiinn, win, lias editorial
and business charge nl llie I,,-i I,-
bridge llcrald, is gelling oul one uf
lhe l„--i newspapers in all ,,f Al-
Itorlu. He ean frankly say that,
l„     ,s oui partner in    lihal
i„.
"I nelc Jill
are | i, l,o.l to
cily elect Inn.
id  Al.  Doyle
,i ihr coming
ll,i  ,    Itogers, dining     Uu- brlel
lime   llial   he tins  heen   in  nllice,    has
shown hiinscll lo lie tolerant, broad
, led, unl, a  full apprcclatl	
the fael Hi.,I lie i.s may,,I* f,,i* all the
peuple and nol ho anv partlculai
Pari) or taction. II he' maintain!
llinl iioltey during Ins nexl year In
,,lli<*e he mil make un enviable nutiu
t,,i  Inn,., li „s iIn* administrator   ol
N i, should iun f,,r ,,il,.,  tlu
al,,,i'.   platform   ol   gelling  even.
the   ladles   wl,
sl   III.,!   vol,-    I,,
gainsl any nu,
ihi- year,
\ru  tubs, nl,,*,    Im  'I,,* Herald in
die.lles  mi,'i I      i,>*,i, I   in      Ihe
llelnl.l    mul      lln.      pnpel   In gelling
mail)  ol Ihem.
The    ion
have .,  mi.   Mill ea.'
■ I ml,' .In,, '  Ityan.
The I I.i.,I! ,s n,,i
in-,, ninn,.: for ,,!!„
I.i
'.,
Keep
people
l.lllon   Ol     Mav,
  I'omplllilel
pell Il     I'
in  ni    municipal
in  way, and Hn
Don't     1,
gel   1,,   vole
nexl   Thins-
ilav.      Tlu
1   is lhe     ,1,
lv of    even
man or wn
nan whose in
mo is on llii
voter s  li-
Ul„-ii   lh,
Associated
llonnls    of
Tia!,- i,„-,-l
hero on H>
1 Hist  every
inji   in   In,
n slionld <>,,
istilule liini-
self   as  a   ,
immilti 1
 *  lo  ' see
llial   He  ,1
terminer!.
li gales   arc
properly   en-
Don'1 overlook the Kootenay Central. Il is Koine to be a ' great
Ihimc for llie Kootenay valley and
fn  Cranhrook,
llonrslly, now. don't Cranbrook
look ffOO.I  in ymi.
Tie correspondent of ll.e Prospector wbo endeavored to evolve a few
principle! In political economies last
week should    learn    more about his
subject,   and   llieli   he   would   not    appeal  so childish,     lu England, Can-
IhiiiKS said about Uie Herald aud tin
"Old Man" since the Annual foi
ii,is \,*ai appeared We apprcciati
the   kind   words sunken.     Words .•
lhat    loud   mine  sel.I.mi   lo  a    I1CWS
papei   man,  but   wc appreehvle   sill
, ■ ih.it knowlcdgu of the faet tlwtt
,,iii   efforts   [ui    lhe   advancement    o
Cranl lv and the illstrlet have bow
ippreeiattxl, And wv nre clad It
Know Mini ihe Herald is appreeiat tl
Uiu count im eomparativeij Iml.
ia Hits world, Institutii us art
evervtiling.      We    will a i  l\\e    foi
m-i i   hul  Hi.- II, i.il.l will i.  jist
i|„- -,im.' along  ihe lines ihal    hau1
,ii,-li   l.n.l  ..ui   I  I   li,   iiul...  ..<>■■ 1    toi
ibe people and    the community.   Nu
man    i*.   i idlspeiisiblo   i<> anj   imui
It   i     n-alh    remarkable him    si.on
Ui.\   aie  fin-gotten.      H   i-  hke  pul   |
iiiu > mn  iiiiii.i  in   a pail of    wall i '
md |iulllii|T i t  mn  .mil Di.ii looking <
nu ibe I oh-      llm a newspaper is   a j
permanent   institution, or  will    be-!
come sn ii  everj   effort   is pui  forth |
io build     it mi' iii,- toundttli n     id
truth and fail   dealine.        That  has
een the jiol.cy i.i the inauagcmei i
rvei slnee Hn- lirst day the fleraldl
was i-mi,,I W,' h.w made enemies!
in Cranbrook. To iiwdil thai is nn- ]
|inssi:,h' il mui would run a papi i
llial  steers cl.-ui  oi cllq es and lac-
urns and pei-dsl nth re use t,. per-
mil Hi.* papei to he mad as a bluil-
;,on by anj person in witak veil-
n'iinci- upon a ii, iL'.!ihiir. W'e havu
nevei pel mi tied anv pet son In use
the Herald in Ihal way, and furihvr-
niiite, ue have never nsi-d it oursclf
in llml way (in the contrary* we
Imve taktti ihe hrond stand, thai
ilthougli we bave built up the   paper
unl have 1 n Us manager since Its
:,n ih, yel in ihe hrond sense of common   fan in ss   il   belniij.,s  as  a    public
institution in Mn- people, and we
have im righl in use il to satisfy
am personal Rrievaiici's ihat we nun
have. ll is line thai al limes tho
temptation has been strong, but we
have resisted ii, and no man in Cranbrook, whether be be friend or foe.
cau truthfully say he has not been
treated at all limes fairly and honestly by lhe Herald. He mighl be
a man lhat we did nnl speak to on
the streel owing to personal differences, he mighl. be a man who was
dning everything in his power in
injure the manager personally, yet
no reader of lbe Herald could ever
tell that there was any troublo between tlie parties and oursclf, by
ihe treatment that was accorded in
those individuals by lliis paper. We
don't cialm to be a saint, we are
anything but that, and we don't
claim any special credit for our
stand on this mat ler. ll is our way
of running a newspaper, and we
propose lo keep il up as long as wi
aie in the business. And the in
creasing success of llie Herald would
indicate that tlio policy is a good
une, and one that meets with the
approval of the people.
The Uld .Man is in receipt ol a curd
imm .1, Peck McSwiiin, the brightest newspaper man in British Columbia, thai s characteristic in the ox-
Ircmc. It is the sl/.e of an official
onvolopc, pi luted ou rough pulp
board, and ou one side wiih his name
is the following whole-he-arlcd wish
for lhe new vear: "Mav your trail
through   lbe   ' wilderness 'of liWti     be
blazed  wiih     good   luck,"     On   Ihe
other  is Peck's  resolve  for  the   new
vear whioll reads as follows;
Peck has resolved and will it ii\,
Not   to louch booze in nineteen six;
Tn steer clear «d whiskey, gin    and
beer—
Live a model  life all tbe year;
Not   touch anything  that'll create an
inward fire—
Sliil, like others, you'll find Peek   a
liar.
May the lasl line prove the besl
mistake Peck ever made, lie should
have one of the besl paying newspapers in tbe province to-day for no
man in ilu- west can write better
things I ban Peck. But like many a
good in ui with brains, when he
looks on lbe wine when il is red
everything goes and it is necessaiv
for bim lo hit lbe trail again. Peck
deserves Hie best on ear Hi nml il is
mn wish thai he will receive it during   HIOIl and  all   the following years.
Have  von  kepi   Ibat   resolution   von
made    nn    New     Venr's     Day—hut,
pshaw,   nf
Whal is tin
AN OVERCOAT LIKE THESE
RING FROM BUSINESS
Is your Winter Overcoat still unbought ?    Why do you
wait ?     Is it that you haven't seen what you fancy ?
That would mean, clearly, lhat you have not seen our
showing of
20th  Century  Brand
OVERCOATS
This Brand is head and shoulders above all other Ready-
to-wear clothing made in Canada, and is equalled only
by the high-class custom work of big cities.
Buy a 20th Century Overcoat
and you rank at once with the very best dressers. Come
in and see the very fine high grade Overcoats. Try
some of them on. You'll appreciate better, then, their
worth and the truth of what we say.
ust Go=HILL & Co.=All Must Go
iinse    v<„<
This eliiuale
i I   he beaten.
iliil  vou
potato ii-
An exchange wisely says: l.e-aru
tills one thing: team ii enrlv in life
and learn il well, llial n limn who
does nol believe ns v -„ tin Is noi
always a  fm,!.     'I'he fael  thai   vou
hold ii,*us mil  i -conl mil,   y'oui
ncighbni   is imi   11". i  positive   lhat
■mr   i'.'.i' " iiii      ■ i'i     1 il,
ueighin i  is Insincere.     If this   were
-„,t   inn-.   II   nil  -.iii.nl   men   would
belong I., nu,' party ami one church.
And it all belonged to nne parly ami
one church Ihey would break up hoth
party ami church.
Ih„ gro
The continuous si„,„ ,
ta going to be a greal Ihlng for thr   ^J1^}™"1,,    The provincial log-
flood sleighing,   a  good horse,    a
'ine   sleigh   and a    moonlight  night
lire a great iis-.ist.inee In Cupid ill his
work,
There are   a few engagements    nn-
iioiiiichI  iu  lown  bul   not  enough  fm
'   nf bachelors    in start  oil
Uu
iw   \ear
lit.
"Bid vmi ever happen am ss  \|rtx
O'ltell's delinilj r luck''"     It mav
serve as an answer in roi f those
who refer lo freaks or tori imp:
■■I.u. k menus rising nl t; o'clock
in ib.- morning, living nu a dollai
a day if ymi run two, minding ynu I
own business and noi meddling with
other people's. Luck means ap-
pointmPlils yon have never failed to
keep, trains you have never failed to
catch. Luck means trusting in (ind
and  your own  res mrces."
Max O'ltell never said a wiser
ihlng. and uo better definition 'of
"luck" can he given. ll should he
printed iu capitals nnd hung np n
every olliee, counting room, workshop and family living room.
A bny wbo swims may say he's
swum, bul milk is skimmed nnd seldom skum; and noils you trim, tbey
are nol brum. When words you
speak, those words are spoken; but a
nose is tweaked and can't he Iwoken,
and what vmi seek is never snken,
If we forget, then we've forgotten;
hul Ibings are wet and never wotten
and bouses let can not he lotten.
The goods one sel.s ale always sold;
but fears dispelled are not dispold,
and what you smell is never smold.
When you a top yon often spun; bul   nueli inioiiial   allowances.
anas this year.
Don'l forget thoso kind wools this
year. They cosl nothing bul tin a
power of good.
K. I.. T, G-albrailh, the pioneer ol
Port Steele, was in town lasl Monday tn aii.nd the meeting fnr discussing lhe Kootenay Central I'm
position. Speaking nl Crnnbrook reminds us that once he iol,I us ahoul
the hunch uf poplar trees thai stand
nn the street nl the i xtn mc cast
.■ml of Baker street, When In- and
his brother took up tlieir partlculai
niece uf land man) years ago, has
brothel thought Ihal he would cm
down the grove nf popl 11 anl uliliz.
ihe land fm farming, hul ti. T. Bahl,
"No, it is hollei to li i Ihem sland
Some dav lhe people maj he thank-
ful   fm    '..nr consideration."     Thai
nil) talk of a 'railwaj here, long before there was anv though! m u
CJranhrook, and yel ih.* prophecy has
Take ihal liltic kiinekliip hnmtiiei
if yours ahil bun II wnh dm* cere
iinm  f,.r th.- ven  nf Ilini;
Tl \l!\ IK SKAHHOOK
LIBERAL LEADER'S VIEWS
■ 1    A. McllON M.U. K.P .  EXPRESSED HIMSELF III'Kii I it;
i.Kuril ,*,,' tuk
COAST.
Kosslaml Miner, .Ian. II: .1 A.
Macdonald, K.C., leader „l Uie opposition in ilie provincial legislature,
Intends to leave Ior lln' const ivilliin
i'he next twenty-four hours, as lie
has Important 'legal and legislative
business ihal demands his attention.
The full court will begin sittings in
Victoria on the mli of January ami
I appeals to
SLAVE 'IT! IDE II' M ,11111.
I
CONSUMPTION OK TOBACCO AND
Sl'IltlTS IN CANADA.
strictly enforced   for  lhe protection
of those working In ihe mines. I
"There should be moro frequent inspection   hy the   Inspectors ot     lhe  MAIDENS
metalliferous mines ami smellers, bo-1     XK|1 ,   BR0WN    ,,yEU      | venue department roport shows   iho
■ni'1'    m-1 '     i manufacture ol 253,034,037 cigarettes
Isi'iisKl, UK to 111(111-        I o, Canada last year, an Increase   of
Milt,   WHITE    SKIN-     Ottawa,   .Inn.   3,-Tho   Inland  Hi
nt   I  heliei
ore tcrrlto
lo eon r,
in order to do
EST  UIDIIK.KS
hi:   li' i:\ IE,   i,k  iiii'i ii    h I'D
,\  MnN'1 UK ll, Hu'l.
Tl,,*   lh i,uv.i     liim it '  nf  .I.n,,,,i'l
I h.'    In' following notice
"A qniel  wedding look place on Sal
ill.I.U    imi,,, lilg   1,1    Ue     li'  <   -im      nl
Mr. '.mil Mrs. Sealnnok, 2117 il.n,si
streel. nl,,,, lheir mil) ilnu (hler uas
man-led lo In S. K Marvin, a na-
lli-c of Avon '.,1, limits County, N
s, lui liim i- ',,.uiuin' Iii- profession in Movie, l'rili-1, C liimhln.
Onlv II,•• Immediate rclalivrs ,,f the
two families were present. The ,,ni-
eialing clergyman was Uev. C !■:,
llland. pasior „f lhe Sherbrooke
Meili.,'.!*.i church. In*. Marvin's
nii,ll,i*i*, Mis .I,.l,u \ Hnrvie, came
from Noi., Seoiiii :,, me, t her son
and attend the cerem uv. The happy couple l.-ii l,v il,,' International
1,'lmlled mi Salui'dnv morning for the
West. in. ami Mm. Marvle will go
as far „s l.os Angel,-.. Calif, it.in. re-
turnlns lo Mnyie in about six-
weeks."
The ninny friends ,,f In Marvle
in this districl will join uilli
llie Herald in wishing ihe happy
couple every    goo I   wish   known t
islam,,- convenes on th,' nil, of January, and, of course, as loader of the
iippbsll'ton he will have to lie on hand
in confer witli il„- members ,,f the
'*ii|iii-itiiiii ami to arrange a programme.
Asked ahoul uh.ii he though! the
railway legislation would lie *,t the
comma session. Mr. Macdonald r,*-
iilml ilu.i he did n„i know. Premier
Milliiile was reported in lhe Vancouver papers t<> have hail a cut
ami ilrie.l railway policy, hul afterwards ill ni.-il Ihal this was true.
Asked as l„ what new legislation
I,,' thought would he heimlieiiil lo Ihe
province l„ have passed, he replied:
"Mi opinion is Ihal there are a i i-
hiT nf mailers of public importance,
'mi il, -.* can , nlv he originated by
Hi,- government.   ' Among llre.se there
-.liimlil he a complelo revisl f   lho
municipal nel, whieh I,us lie,* one so
cumbersome llial I,mum Iimi lhe
m, ii imi iliiiieiillv hi untlcrslnnillng
"une ot ils provisions hv reason ol
Hie ninny amendments inndo Irom
nine in lim,'. Ss lhc net slands
,,t presenl it larks clearness uml con-
i loncy. 'I'he whole nel, in inv
i 1,1, ,,pinion   -li.i'iM h,< remodelled.
"Tl,,' mineral nel  requires mnodel-
I i"   a*, il     i. in   Ilu* •;,,„ vnlvr.1
mn in  a. lhe municipal act,  Tlio
i.m, i   ,!.,!-m consolidation  nel     is
•mi. I   t Minium..nn   ami Involved.
m.i requires lo he Hindi, plainer und
clearer.
"The new  school nel      1 Id eithel
',* repealed ,,r radically nmmded, fm
I., reason ihal il cnsls burdens on
Hn- niuiiiclpnllllcs ami districts
ivlileli   sorloiisl)'  Hn-enlon     lhe pi*„-
"Aiinllier Iliing' thai is  led is a
Umrniigli system of prniecllon ,,f Hie
tun-sis ,,f ilm province irom lire, as
.,i presenl millions of feel of valuable limber aie destroyed each sum-
eleven   million   over   the    preceding
iyeai; 8,300,008   pounds of   Imported
I tobacco, im Increase of a million and
-The'a half; 3,116,610 pounds „l Canadian
ie-   tobacco, an increase of n quarter of
re- a million; l,n«n.77(i pounds of com-
Hm-   inuniinn, an increase nl a quarter of
I   he-   a million.
 *	
KICKED (IN TRIPLETS.
Si-veil I eell
Ulan lie ought  I,
eliiei,'lit   work.
"Tliere    are    a number of    othcrl
mailers which require nl tout iun. Inn „VI1I.    ,.    ,,      , ,„
|, •»''«■« « *?f '"' »■ „"»:. I"'"'/'' fo llo wVug i ' anexllail In',,,
interest lo devote less allenlion In .,,„. „' ,., ,,, ,,,,. r,,u,|nnu
trivial amendmenls an.l .els ol „,, <AlAA s Jtu.i- inn"!
great public n„|,„,la,,,;,- am   to   give gj, r„'|„m|,i,1 i,„Un„Si ,i„, ,.,,,....
m""'  ''"oo to legisiaii l a wirier, ,IV_ sl,,Tll.,| |lv   t-   ,|   Soulh, snperiii--    Six million,   nine     thousand    and
scope and ot a character whicli would .rrndpn.    of the   Children's   Aid   so-   twenty-lour proof-gallons ot   spirils
tend more to Hie prosperity, welfare cll!l... wer? ' produced tn  the vear, an    In-
an.l safety nf the people of ibe   pro-1     ,.;x',  ra|l,, ^i,,,,.,, t|rere is „ f;Um|v   crease of 330,871  gallons.     Of   (his,
of   halfloe, ,ls, bulb     men and girls,   311,635 gallons were exporled.
showing veiy liiile ,,f tlie Indian   in,  +	
litem, ami  'ilm elder brother,   being       LAND PRICES ADVANCING.
verv ambitious,   ami as unprincipled     Winnipeg, Jan. I— Prices ol laml in
as lie is ambitious, gave a potlatch,   Saskatchewan    is    advaneing.    Tbo
spending some   thousands of dollars,   S.i skill ehewall  Valley   Land  Co.    has
a„ii  il  is reported   tu  me  Unit     tin-   raised tlie price tl  an acre, il    now
principal   portion of his m v   hadj'bclng    $» lor land     thirty in lorty
been made hy Um sale ,,f girls, and miles off the railway. While inside
from ibis source lu- lias become pow-j 'he two-mile limit the mark s much
crful ami rich. ' higher,       The   Canadian Pacific    is
••(lirls uilli white skins, thick I contemplating a general raise in tho
hrown hair braided down their backs, j retail price. All United Slates
big innocent, childish nes, aie being colonization agencies iu the city resold t„-il,,v ami have been foi years I'orl the prospects (lie brightest for
in Ilriiislr' Columbia t„ Uie highest immigration tn lhe two new pmvin-
hlddcrs. Tlu- slave masters aie thoices Ihis year, now that n provincial
Cape Mudge Indians; Uie slaves are,'""" of governmenl i.s established.
wlnie because iheir grandmother
were sold before them in white men
and whin    thell grandmothers wan-1 	
dorcd h.nk to lhe Iribe. descried ami     TMth. c,a).s Mn ,,,,,,, ,   in|r|li| |(1
aba,i.bm,-.1,   Uuv   bln'lghl    Ilalll'   un is ,     •       '
inti,    liuin  ni'nl.ii, cuurso ,,f   inue •'I'l'u "' "ie (Inel Commissioner   ol
lho male relatives ,,1 Ihose ahan.l ,1 '■*""is "•"'•    ,v"lks Ior a Special Lie-
ci-eaturcs s,,l.I those bah)  gnls, t,„,, enco lo   cut and enny away timber
when  Iluy glow  up     I,,' young
hood.
"The nun    Hills  I,   an-  lefl     I,, ,,                       ,                       ,    ,   ,
I ..inn. -ing   ul    a     posl   planted
Chicago, D,e. nn. -
pounds of babies, divided as Caesar
divided all Haul—Into lhree parts-
formed tile unique gift wilb which
Mrs. Yrlla Vnshraud prepared In
presenl her husband nn Christmas,
hul lh.it Individual did mn wail
around to receive his loving wife's
offering. Two sots of twins already
cillctl bim "papa" and ho promptly
vanished, The lirsi mile „( humanity weighed seven pounds, including
ils   lungs.        The   second bore lho
scales   down to    ll Monl ,,f    iin-
pounds and len ounces. II, loo, was
equipped will, a full sel nf vocal Insi nis. Tin- ilm.I ami lasl bundle displayed a midget calliope of
lho weight ,,l four pounds nnd six*
ounces.     All tbreo were gills.
Mrs. Vosbrnnd, In whom Chicago
owes iii. salvation Irom lulling under
lho sligina of being "Iripl, lloss" Inr
in,,-,, has served her ciiunlry well, aeon,Iin - lo Ibe sl.in.1,11,1 M'l hi* I'lis
Idohl llo.sei'oll llm she Ims done
ii ,,i iho expense „! losing ., husband
whose mui.i o llr, ah,ni he heard
»li.il he hail In la,,-. No Irace ean
ho lllllllll ,,l Mi.  Vosbranl.
TURNED in T Tn Hit:
ini OUTER'S   IMII ll \\ TREAT
MENT I.i: Mis Tu ,\OKI)
uuu\vs DEATH
ri,all,,n, I,,iin, I'   E   I., J.,,,   1 -■
The body  ol an    ageil  w      Mrs
"il.n Is.n.il.     w.is    I I iii a    back
field ul SI. ['pier's.
II uas binughl mil nl Ihe inquest
that her daughter ami son-in-law
h.il turned her out ami infused lo
admit her.
She ihou begged from house !„
house and. having gol ai.trnv. wandered alaiui through the nighl till
exhausted, llien spread hoi' shawl on
lhe ground ami lav down lo die.
vol*'iel     of
lh   from exposure and    strongly
I her daughter,
"Some    svslom    Should   be devised
hy which lbe Interests „[ policy
bidders in Insitrnnec cnoipanlos dning
business in tliis province should be
(ullv protected.
"The law in regard to the storage ,T|„, >„„ ,„.,,*,
,,i oxnlnsiies should receive inimed- .i„„,i, f,.,*m nv„v,t.,;
iaie al lent inn. The recent explosion
here lias demonstrated Ute faet Unit
every mining community is in danger, and that no adequate precautions have been laken lo prolccl
lives and properly againsl accidents
,,[ lliis sort.
"Tho provisions ,,E ihe law in regard lo lbe qualiilcntlons required Ior
lbe licensing of engineers and those
in charge of boilers should he more
sli iel Iy enforced. The coal mines
regulation act should he made more
etlieient and  its requirements   more
C.P.R.  C'Ll'll  HAL MASQUE.
shlfl   fm*  ihou,sel,
grown up slave dcalci
who have become in
hi   Hie haile pi.i
sixteenth limd girl.
, I m l.-.l a lllll llii I ub
growing, .in.I lbe lieu
si, great     Hint oil,, i
boon  > -.1,1.  nml    ,1
llml Uml. II i Imii,
Ing ,,, Ho*, an ml in.li
TIMBER NOTICE.
'I   j hi.m   llie    lollowlng ilesonhed     lands
.lliinleil   In  Soulh   East   Koolcllny:
bnt
ii, (,,[,,. M„,l o ab'iill   llnee-qllnl'lels   nl  u   tulle   lust.
ll   .mil   powerful "I   Hie  soulh west   e, II   ol   Iol    III',,
to,, eighth nn.l tb.-nee  south  III  ehains,   thoiico  wo I,
Tbey   hnvo ,„ ,.tl.,,,,..   u,,.,,,.,.   |lm-|], Sli    ,- ,,.,
lllill has"lii'C(ilno   "n-nee  west   -III  ehains,   lb,   lull III
markets   I,.,,,.   10 ehains,     then asl  sn chains,
..Im,I. rnI   Uienco solllll nil chains  In  lbe   pla,"
if commencement,   an,I    containing
1,111 alios,  mole ni   loss.
iii :,i' John Strang
I...... i,-.1 December  llllll,  1006,
ul..,, I.
Ull IT  LUW   TAU!I-I'-  HAS   DONE
I'TIII  Till*:  MOTHER
I'm NTH),
London,    Jan.   H.—The    li.nle   ,
Id, ,l   lini.hi   lur :...   uai   1005   a
shown hv lbe luui1.1 „l trade mmi
issued  to-day  reached   lbe omnium
iggrcaji'le, exclusive nt re-exports, ,-t  lhe inl
NOTICE.
The undersigned lull, thirty day.
Iter dale, apply In Ihe Chlel I'om-
ilssloner ul Lands and Works lor a
!',,,.,I Liconso t,, oul ami carry
uay timber Irom the following ,1m-
iilu-,1 lands in East. Koolenay:
Commencing nl a post planieil at,
lion of ihe wesletn hoi
January 21 th, 11100.
Mr. McSweyn will lake orders for
carnival suits, both for ladles and
genilouion. Catalogue to pick from.
Orders musl be in hv Monday, Jan.
16th, HKIII.
('has. Smith. Secretary,
T. S. (iill, President,
CM. Knoeke, Vice-President 000,000.
$1,1711,51-1,316, au  amolinl   which has dary ,,t Lot No. 3803 will, Ihe north-
never   before   been  approached,    It em limit of tlu- right-of-way ut   lho
exceeds lho record Ogures of null   hv II.   ('. S.    Railway,   thence   soutli-'
$217,500,000,      Willi  re-exports   in. westerly along   said northern bound-
eluded tim total Increase over Unit is ary   of   said   right-of-way     seventy
Jiil.",',,iiiiii.ulu,.      The Imports ,,f   hul- chaius, more or less, to the northern
lion and    specie    wore    $357,7111,5-15 boundary   of Lot No. 28115;    thence
am! lbe exports $220,1157,505, leaving nortii eighty chains;  thence east one
a balance in lavnr nf this counttv of hundred chains, Ihence soulh to    the
over 30,000,000.     (II over (116,000,- northern hnundarv of said Lot    No.
mm Increase in exports, Sisn.iinii.liiiii 3803: thenco   west along said north-
are accounted  (or hv manufacturers, crn boundary to the north-west eor-
includlng over (10,000,000 of   cotton nor of lot   No. 3110.1;    thence souin
fabrics.    Tlie Imports of raw  cotton along the western boundary :,f said -
decreased over $12,5(1(1,000 and    lhc lot, lo the place ol beginning.
Imports ol wool increased over $15,-10-51, Win. Higgins.
1   Toehly, 16th December, 1905. THE  oRAXIUfOOK   nn: \!.n
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List of Persons Entitled to Vote at thc Hunk .
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hub, J. W -i'.
in Arnold,  .1.  Sidney 38
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13 II  35
il*. 1 "i Ariel  17, IS
111 .rn, I -.ih* 30
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■I. Tllomaa  cl
III lli ii1..'. 1 .in., Christie  11   II
Hi, erl   liihelbcrl   15
ill liiiiiili.iii, Simon Asloy  211, 37
ll,i Valentino lh,l,'  15
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31 Hi.ml'. Joseph  15, 10, 17, IS
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3ll llerrj',   ,1, '8   2
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-. Ilnlmi-nl, Allrcil Jamefi  23
211 Iiom u , Ulizabcth  3
■i" oaker, Carrie  15
ill III,.,*!,, Jano  31
32 lint,„,,  Ethel  Aram  in
33 11,11, Wentworth Sherwood  Lieenselioldcr.
Hi illcy, Frederick .Llm  Uconsdioldor.
3.1 li-,ii ,n*--i. Aiilil,-r Clark  Lieensoholder.
.In ll ion, Robert Stewart  33
:.i I! nli*:*. F 2(1, 21
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■II Buck, Charles E 7   S
ia Bryans, Thomas  an
■13 Htm.-,*,, Harry  a
II Broclieiiriilse,  Jano   I, 5, 0
15 B, null,  II.  HI Ill
li; Buchanan, A. II in  2n
B   uv. William Russell  21)'
■18 Beck, H. II 13, 11
III 111 iii'hard, .1 13, 11
5(1 II, nlli, 11. S 2s
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ii.   , I  ,,.,   Im,uili   Edwin   11
53 im.i tt, Edmund  1   5   n   7
51 Cock, Charles Alhcrt  3I, 25, 20
55 Cameron, William Forrest  :>,-,'
in: Col| man, William  20
■"',  *      e,   Vi sley    El KI, 20
:    .  Robert  18
Tlioinas Donald  Ltcetiselioldcr.
nil Corey, T    1 23, 21
'•   ' ■ III, Oeorgo  li),' 14
' * 1      .1.... Oeorgo  17
I.i Croulher,  John Vi 21
US i'i. uv, James  0
ni  '   Ivcr,  Ester  15
■■ ..'.:,. Agnes  21
* Carr,  Ross (' 7, S
, ■ 1.     bell   Mis. J. M 22
llill n W 7
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II, Frank Herbert  17
.   mm.   Alfred   21.  25.   21]
75 loi,nm.. * i,  Thomas I.ouis  34
i'i' F ..I rtck  31   32
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me  18, in
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SU Dirks, ii, J.  E 28
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ill  I ii.i'.'. Ann.,11,1 James  35
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01 l*:.i»  . .     Cl arles M 11   15
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N'elsou  27
11 tl 11.1111 James  32
1   alius  \u  15, .10
lo i,  Joseph   15, .'in
■    Oeorge W 30
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I'l I', ■'*'-. lli-orgo  7, s
11   n 11, 12
j, I.ily 11        12
lest, Mrs.  E 8   II
III   I". i!,-l. W.  1 8   8
I Ml      l*    11 21
ll.; in,.il.n , James  20
111 i'lni,I. r, John  35
11, (I   II 5
Willi 111  Fan liiliai    5
II i llrrcr,  James    :ti
11   1 rank William  HI   86   30
nl,.' 1I.1111I  n, ill, 11
;    John I'lilllp  II    12
■  nes Jano  17
I il I io  25  20
llin, John  3n
1 leanor Margaret  32
lh   F ,11.1101,* Ellmholh  33, 31, 35
 11. George Daniel  11   42
(Iravi     u    K 25'
,   1 din,   Bertha  10, 20, 21
ill    II    II 28
II (lil| 111   tl    II IH
.    Iiini    Fi 111
(Irace   I i*.*i.  15
II i'i , tlcol .,'    II, 13
131   Henil    Jam™ Brown  s, 'll
135  limn.;, Uilfnil til.olsloiic  11 "
1311 II   kins,  Mar nrel  Hilda  27
Hunl, Iii,,,', s DuVcro  25
138 Hunl •!, Krone" Clraham  s
:   I Hnmll, liiilip  21, 22
110 Ilil, Joseph Byron  31, 35
III lliekrnholham, Harold  1
112 Harris .1,'i-z  33
143 11 rvny, Jam™ Albert  10, 20, 21
111 Hyiler, Will um  id, 211
145 lioiie, Malcolm  33, 34
11(1 Home, Edgar Swift  25, 2U
117 llill. Ellen Maud  21
lis 11 • mil 1 .,n.  Margaret  21
liu llill. William I) 1(1
150 Hamilton, Vi.  J 12, 13
151 lllili-liison. Joltli  7
152 Harris,  Charles  29, 30
1,13 lii'iiliv, J 3
154 Harris, C. c Ill, 11
155 Hanson, Olnf C 1
1.10 Howard, Jennie  17, 18
157 Hughes, W. 11 22
158 Henderson, 1). J 30
150 11,1 -illio-. R. (I I, 2, 8, -I
Inn Holford, Mrs. ill. C I, 2. 3. 4
101 Henderson, II. 11 II
102 Hamilton, I,.  A ID, 20
103 Hanson, Nils  20
101 Harris, J, lu, James  33
105 ll.in lln*, Paul  4
mn Johnson, Ooorgo William  14, 15
107 Jackson, Joseph  24
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 21
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 25
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nil 1  I. Iwiii  in to 22
...nn John  23, J2l
I* roderick  In 10 12
i, ;iii  17
.1   .1 lull 1    1, 2, 3
nuel Josepn  28   33
. iei   Prentiss  21
. William ((1,1,1  .*,
, I u.u 1, s Knicst 13
, Sarah Jano  .15
Jonathan  ,i
1 J i.i, Angus  111
in, Peter  35
...     ,  Elizabeth Amanda  1
,11 ui, Julius Arlington  Hi   11
...    r,  A  drew   '. 15
Samuel .1 Lieenselioldcr.
, Alexander II u, 7, 3
... 11. luui, .1. F 1, n
.    Parmilta  3, -1
 ., Sirs. M as, 23, 30
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1  Hi James  liii,.i*aii  :l,   III,  21,  23
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..., 11   Eugcuo  ,,. 0, 7, 8
.....  Robert Small  Hi,  17, 20   27
*... .   Andrew  20, ai, 23
licrn, Uurdocb  18
 *, Bernard  In
■   ..  n.i , I   15, 10
 ", Emily ,1.111,1  17   is
:. •*. ;.,, I) maid John  37, 28
'i' 1 in    11, Mary ljuarrlo  .....in
r,  James  Is
  Sadio Jano  1
■■, llultei  Bruce  20
. ii,-. n Aubrey  10, 17, 18
.   1, Donald A Lleenselioldor.
liu   . John iiilliis  Lieenselioldcr.
■ lies Hu;,ran  in   au, 31
.    .     Id,  Helen	
.   il...,'..Im   15, 10, 17, IS
mi. ...., Mrs. J, 11 21
 ..ii, Duncan  37, 28
Ui ',,,.1. iti 11, .ll.iiy  I,,
.ioi   si., 11, Saraii  25
■iiii".', Mrs. H 4, 6
*, in*., Charles  a
'■I.  ,,'..in..1, li. I i
.„ , raekuey, W, C 3, 10
.. li 5, William Ernest  iu
' .  hilt, Arthur Henry  15
Itillli in  (5
i. *. il,   ,i i„ Andrew  23
*     I*   I't-.l : n. 33
I        an ,  ,1,'f.  .11 !""".31, 33, 33
Pi   *, 1. II. "R'ZRRZRA 2,
,' nj.  Francis John Frederick...30
I ,.   ut, A. O. ',1 31, 32
Pall ,11, Jennie Carpciiler 12
l'i nit, n, Jacob   3, 1
Parker, Charles Somcnillo  11
Paimoro, Qarnel Wolseloy  7
1 .  in ire, Lewis Warner  80, 30
: *" t, Willi • Manlcy  37
i ■ •' II, S rah Heron  2s
1     more, Ernesl Henry  ..Liceitseholder.
.    "i, Miles E 22, 23
Pi'.. ;, .11. II 17, is
.,*i. :.., Maurice  Licenscholiler,
Rogers, Ueorgc Thompson  34, 35
Ilo ic-li ml,  Hairy 'Z!Z"'.Z".'.",'.!!lO
Hi 11, Alice Mny  21, 22
.... km 11, Selh Walson  8
:   -, Silvanus  5, n
..     ,. '1, Margaret a
   lid 1  Albert  Liccnseholder,
■ ., William Thomas  Lleenselioldor.
:. Uiu , William Albert  Licensoholdor.
I .  lis, Thomas Mason  Liccnseholder.
'- id, Charles E Lieenselioldcr.
Reid, Elizu Jane  3u, 31
Ri ' 1 nu, Carol ne  30
II ... .1. c Hi
, Thomas Bruce  W_19, 20
Shaver, J, hn Silvester  30"
■    , David  James  20
■  i     diehard  In
.   Iri iv Uorgen  20
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1.1 i, Mary Enas  0
  James William  31
.   ...   [ih Thompson  33
Ji rn s  23
■.  ti,  'li arot lamina  20
...   All, i-   10,  17
isoii, Kalo Phelps  15
. ulon, .1. Iiii Thomas  in
hort,   lh,*,- Maud Mary  10
.       .  I'i, I, lui,   K 1, 2
ii, 11 nnl Harris  Lleenselioldor,
 i. I.i.,.., II Lieenselioldcr.
snuih, Archibald  „ 23
II 17
. ',   Neil    '28
1     ock, Oe rn,* Henry  In
1  ylor. Lyman Johnson  23
1     ■   '.Inv Edith  23
li  1 lo, tlcorgo Preston  1, 2
i'i 1 ey, William David  22
Thompson,  Julia    32
Taylor, Alexander  21
1. ylor, Simon  n, 7
i ile, William Frederick  Licensehbldef,
Tvmchuck, Evan  33
Taylor, Oeorgo li  18
Tunbridgc, Harry  5
Templet, n, J, (i 43
Titus, William  16
Tin .,,.; 1, P, II 3
Va  Decar,  Levi  Bali's  48 to 53
VanDecar, Harry Day  33 to 35
U.ii.lin, n, Thomas  25
Wilson,  William  Henry  88, 23
Wi ii.i,, Winslow Ernest  0
IVal li, William Gardner  17, 18
Was   Frederick   0, 7
Wolf. John Vi Liri-nsi-liolder.
,'-,   I,  .1.  IV I. 5
ft : I    William .1 !(, in
v,  il,  Arthur  20, 27
Watts, A. E 23
1, Cecil' Iiiiii)- Prcsi,' do coirUIy that lbe above
persons who are onlilled to voto at Municipal 1*
Cranbrook Ior lho year 1300.
Block.
30
Own, 1
143
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ML CARDS
' So. ,'iil
KNIGHTS   ,11    I'YTHIAS
sl -ill',    ll .   li.  c.
Ith   ui. s,lav al 8 p.m.
:.
J. A KltS
Brcmner, CC.
Vlsil 1,   cordially invited
to  .,!*
I iif (he fillet
,rs nnil JojRer.
1   lay evening al
■ i iViinore Bros.'
..uh Invited,
Edward Foote,
liesldeal.
Kci Clt] l-odn
.   12. Meets every
j ..(     niKht    al
1       Soiouio-
II  lij   .Hilled.
Charles Smith;
Sec'y.
■1 i i.h.I tod,t. URii
l. i. 4 v M.
Iai meetings on
I Ihird    Thursday
r'j'V      v - *  ;-*   monlh.
I.
, Sec'y.
IV, M.
Own
, I *
'
1 Iwill :
Oil
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43
own, i
87
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23
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31
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33
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HIE NO. 367
I.   0.   E.
n     Hall    every
Davis,  VV,  P.
... .. W. Sec'y.
CKAXUli I   iDQE, 8943,
ANC1E || ORESTERS
*-. B.C.
Ith Tuesday In
lars Hall."
1 ordialiy invited.
■1   Mel ...    . ,  ;,       j. sims, Sec'y.
CKAMHtOOK      LODGE
1.    O.    G.    T.
night above Pit
■
{   ■ I join thi  Happy Band.
E, SO. 1871
Ini sday and 4th
clock in Oddfellowi
'•'■.;   cothets alffajs welcome.
UWDel
Uwuci
UWUCi
UU'IU-I
U'lUiil
Uwner
Uwu -
u
au
Own
65
Uur,
nu
Own
-12
Own
W. F. GURD,
citor, Etc
CRANBROOK.BRITISH COLUMBI.
HARM: mCARTER,
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Hazel! Block (."ranbrook, B. C.
j:       C, H, DUNBAR       |
*   Barri *■ .       citor, Notary   •
X Poblic, Etc J
%   Cranbrook,     -     .    U. C.   J
4 >**■>*******-.*,^.,******* w
DR    KING & GREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Oflice at It   id ace,  Armstrong Ava,
OFFICE HOURS :   •
Fi .' .* B 30 to   11
Afterno,
Evenins
■ - 1.30 to 3.30
- 7.35 to 8.30
On i, i-i
Owner
Ull.M'l
Owner
Uiu., i
Owm
Own,.
Owner
Owner
Owner
Owner
Owner
Owner
Ownci
Owner
Owner
Ownci
Owm i
Ownci
Ownci
Owner
Owner
Ownci
Owner
Owner
11.1
Owner
38
Owner
20
Owner
38
Owner
33
Owner
00
Owner
IH
Owner
OI
Owner
03
Owner
37
Owner
31
Owner
25
Owner
(13
Owner
31
Owner
25
Owner
20
Owner
211
Owner
30
Owner
nu
Owner
32
Owner
is a
orrce
list  ol
Ilcctions iu
tii,> City
O. It
PREST.
City
Clelk.
CRANBROOK ::     ::     ::    ::     B. C,
*    ■ '■   '..♦!•!•
Dr. Connolly,
Physicia b^-geon
® Oni.. m Avenue J'
® ',',
.,    Hours :—9 to li a.m., 2 to 4 ■ >■
-   p.m., 7 io s p.m.  'Phone 105. "
(_> T
UR. F. ii. KING
,;,.*-,     I
OI 1 II I    HOI US:
9 to I.i ., ,
i in i, p.m.
7  lo    -
unu,- and i , ■.. trmstrong avt
CKAM      UK, ii. C.
DR. i . ti. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS :
9 to 12 a.m.
I  to    6 p.m.
7 tu   8 u.m.
Oflice in new Reid block
CRANBROOK, B. C.
J. M. DERR,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
Repairing Promptly Done.
Footwear to Measure a Specialty
People who want Job ivrtrk done
cannot alTortl to pay mr poor work.
That i.s why ll pays to get work
done -ti the Herald office. No complaint is made ol tho work turned out
lirit) lur the reaaon that It is up to
idaii! and the v-ork ol ',(. to data
j printers. That makes a dtflercMt
with  any  Individual, Till.   CltAMlllOOK    HERALD
-j.'qs-      *--   . -
i, *'
NEWS OF  THE
DISTRICT    <*       **
1 aki 11
From
I
Kootenay
i\mm
•
.
ni,   with    lli
I nun ;; NOTICE.
■:-i-i-i-H-H-w-K-i- i-i-i-i-H-:-:- :•
±
,.,,... ,„,,:„ Bl    ttat ,, || Cranbrook   Foun-1 S}. ^ArAAj'.JA Ji ffnnhmnl/
Uhii i    Coi imi wioiui   ol  Lands    ami I
i..i,i    uoinniis.su   u   "i  Lanus    ami   •■•» _ _ .- icrnmry. I*   ■ ■
Ac: 'ii'i    :fMachine  Shop:;: Xrrs-i'-r; • HnfA     **    a*
-        v vu; i McKinnoncc Johnston v ,   , :   - it,',.,ri.!;;,';,! ♦
'ruests Comfun a Specialty
Qood Stabling in Coooectioa
So.  I    '  ■ .ii     -ii    post
planted al ■     north ami 3
ul   U     imiih east  comer
Proprietors
-.ear* uti; uver    I
.     niMij.ii.,1 M-.", .miiiimii .-■    i.l an [."■ liilllrl -
j.    ii-il ,,.'...i - ,...i>  imi',,In ..il it iluu  i •*
•  : ■ S: thei.ee wesl   in    ch ilns, •• .,. v  ' ""
                         ,                         .    '.      ',.' ivest to chains •• \\ o urn prepared to &    '  * ' ';".,-",'::",':; ..''■,"".-„', "*„:;";
(Froi                                                                          "    "         '    .     not II   ch,         easl     10   chains; " • do nil   kinds of ro- V    , •■   R'-     RR-.lRuR.RR
ii       :* -I" eh aii     east 40 cliains  and puir work liouvy uml $1 J^iiVrMi.! '"''c "",
-.,.,.,                                                      ,                                     ,..,*■ Uh '■"    ch ins lo place ol begin- --   ...      . .    ...    ' ,
. I     *   .   uo
i,.    ,    i
avs ol
.......
IIIUUIIIS, '   '   ■'!       ii
III ' :,-
llti'h.-l and much
■       I,lul.,'II-
Mr. and Mts. C. P,  lilll I
the     li. .V,   yi
l .llll, ll,1.1,       wild, I      '
sp,ud .i i...  .... ■
U1OSS0U1S,
Sir, Stew,	
aao,   wmi ,
|U,......   ..     ',.
atewai t is ti
lluud  all,..   .
Ii.i*   vol,
■ Uii evei	
Lucrum      , urs   ..na i
, ell ,.....:
. 12   i., .... :
leaving     lhc   n >, , ..,   1,
last year.
,1. a.  I.i.. ker   lelt I
lasl nighl.     .ii.   i i
ij d,, i.i.'..  •  .
, \ptClS   LO SCllll ,     ll .i
lla) b.       11 li.   I . Ill	
a prosperous lu   I	
, l.ll     10 i'.ii  .i i
Uev.   A.   Uunll  lelt I,
thu   C.   P,   It,    lul
liuiui s     dcpai i'ii,*    ii* in   I, rule    ,;-
deeply    regi
a,,,,   mail)   unii'l   Ii i llll 11'      ll Ui
sp, iiii some l it...   in lia
be ,.',,, - ii .1  I.. ;. .      |i      ■ L*.
again  somi where   in  :n,   grcal     nun
growing   in
l ".lllll i loi   . u,..           ll"l mm ..
.ui. liuiui.
Tho oulpnl   uf coal   n
for   Hi,' week   ending     l-, id,
2!ii!i, was as loll  .
Coal Creek
Michel   	
I'.uli i.l" .,
Total 	
ions,
i ...
., .i,i'H
...
Some ([(il,,  i i i
.,,iii_ on ,,. :,*]..:ion    - .lie    , .uuu
r.i.   . i .' . . , hul  , :   I'd   I.m,
• ,i,m,i(.  ■,,   :,  :,.,,  [level ,|icd. l-cli
senlcil lo allow lis name lo be u
In ih.il eounectlon.
FRANK
:                 :          Papei I
i          u,   wl,,, uuui recenllv
llm Coleman    sel i.
:   :  Im   I..ml in I iiila: io.
'   :   :     i. . I.
. i  I'.     I.,   ni .n, ,,|  Mai
i, stt'l -I.n   in
i   . i.m Hi       Ilil,,.
l\     II, ' , .:    I,,   In .',    Wil
as Illi       er ol  the 1'.   Hum.'  u.
crest in ..     ict, vis tnl    iin*
... i, .i
|ll i    ill    *' is     SCC-
II,,11.
I'.   II.    li- li...'.     .      I   I.n.l       ■	
I      ,.*     .'.',.:'    I '                 , ,i   ....   II
dotal coninanj. has tosigned and i\ ,11
li -i' i\  pay ., ii-ii  i.. ins ul.l   limn..
inlaw *..■    Hi II,. ■ i v"
No.    2.   Commencing   at   a posl
planted about i i ■>; iii   and
3 chaii norll east cor-
nei   .a  lot    m,8 ilii'iicc u.u iii in
rli.ii,. ..'      :.' .      ll        1101 Hi Ml
chains, easl   lu chains, south 120
liiai'i. .,   I wi  ' -ii cliaius i,, place
,,[ hi   ' :   .
No.  3.   C where a  post
has   Inn .     lu chains
north !■:   ' corner ol
liii'u    .'      Stapl, lilllhel   li, ens, ,
";.    ll ,■     50
i hat.    en i In ins north
,:„■,.   Ill .i    thenee   110
ell, in- II      ,.     *   . ...u     easl
la uiu.  a    I I.n*
. ..mu.
No     1     Commencing    at   a      pi,inl
.:„• ,- ,ii... in.ni, .in,: s,, ,i,„,„, ,.,„.,
.,1 lhe   . i  ,.| I t   urns,
lb,-,,,,- ,  mile imi Hi, a uuu.    east,
a   mile s,.iii ,   ami ,i   mile   wesl lo
place ..i in [inning.
Dated this    12,i, da)  „i December,
in,,-, 30-51
TRANSFER UF LICENSE.
Nol im is In rcby given thai in* In-
I.-n.l in   apply In I'm* ll -i oi I.i,
onsing l'i.,,.     ...    im  lhe Cil) "l
i rani rook al  lhe lirsi  :■■■  Un . held
urn lo I I may engage in
i,    [.;, (*   Marlill, ,,i  lliii'ty   'L'i- an
,li.   il, lla,  .1 *:* ■'      '   ■ "' ■'  Hansel* ol
I uur    liis-ii...    im      liu-   Queens lu.l.'l,
,.,:  ,,   [m    s.llui  i Baki i    Ireet,  Cranbrook,  i„ Oeorg,
..*,.: , will|
.     ...
n I ll„
■ I ' i,
	
|U
.   win i, lhu in lu.lln.ii.il
Is ,i.in].I. :   i    |]    i ill ]„• pracllcall]
m.     ..,,'. Iiave a  l.l,a!,.
il   lln    im      . i   in.'      . .     d i
('.   I'    III!!,    a'   Hi m     '   Cl    !    ,',
f ilill.i- " i..   (I   own ..Jl: um'
Daled 'i : Dicrml pr, 1005.
I mi!     Nelterfii I.l,   pcr    V.*, V
(luiil, Iheir Agent. 3ll.ll
MINER M. ACT.
(Form F.)
light, milk.- ,*;,:■'. Ilil.fi.
turn shafts, etc.
*j. ,     Alie.   ."          Ill, 111    ,' iri i   iiuii,.,.,!   a
J. 1,1 .1. 'll '-... Ull' -.'I.. Wl  .. I     ■■:.      ,i |, .  .-.ii.    I
.1.  I. .1.... ..II 1,1.. ,1,1
t ; iii i>.. i....r ., mi,,
';• I    ■ .....       I        ,,         ...
h Scientific    Horseshoeing   a T ,   , '. ',',",;;„;';'.'.'..".'.li'...'!.,1!'"',',
C Specialty •_*■',■"  '•■ ' ""   '"'	
i-i-.w-i-:-!-;-i-!-i-:--:-:-:-v-;-w-:-:-:-
.\ i,
oal  mil
nn.l   in
, . Sin
CERTIFICATE      01-'      IMPROVE-
MEMs.
MAGNET   M1N|'_RAL CLAIM.
'ij"*' JukiISITUATE IN illi: FORT STEELE
an Frali-|      MINING     DIVISION OF   EAST
KOOTEN \V DISTRICT.
.
Uui'
,.!   II,,'  Ii„
vlsilcd
al    '"',1
Keith
Inn     Clia
ami  III
1*  tlui .sli'.
lll'l'll  o
pu. to 111,
Ml''Hi
piiuii.   . :
only .
iiii.. iii.nl
iin< to
J,lovim
*C.        Iia
llll' III'
sl   ill  0VI :
III,' ,111
a   l,i,l
l.l   club ul
In,'!',   a
Al firs
i there wn
J.iluu,
Indulged   ,
iniiiil
bu   sun ,'s
iiul, ,u
* not, bin
is no
lult.i   a*
drinks
,,[  am     1
versed
Ilu     li'.
ner as
nol   to
tn muki
sell    i
ccdenci
expciii
,,i beei
Hi,,    nl,
,i,   I i.u same lima.
11,11,   ul   I Iiii,, est,   I
,     on an extended
In connect!
'     „    I"    Iin'    IU  !■!.
ill. flill	
hundred  thui
ml    lllllll     Vi
11,'Cane, ton
olh
WHERE LOCATED-ON Al.K
CREEK ABOVE ST. MARYS
LAKE.
TAKE NOTICE H-al 1, Vi. A. Mel,.
,.M*. uh n. I 'I ( 's l* *:i*i. 5 , 'il
,. t, , llur Will. I -i. ll in. F. .M. I'., No, B73753
' '."' anl W. A. M'L. Meachen, Free .Min-
im will "" ''"i"'.iH' No. B73552, intend,
. ,. si -li .lam Iinm date li.r.'ol, to appll
:j, ' io :!„■ ilining Kecordcr lot a Certl-
'„ '' ,,-_ ■ Head- oi Improvements, Im' the pur
,.;,[.'  in pose of obtaining a Crown Grant   ot
It   'iiiis'   ^!;,i further take notice llial action,
11 ion, in, (Under section 37, must be i* meticcd
ore ilu iss iv,' of such Certificate
In gold   iii-lV  J   Dated ins 2si!,   day of November,
in-m »'   A   McL. Miachen
i'onopnli s riches
aided in Hu* iniiiil
Ihal  11,inv days altei
lu    .Lull    in   Iiiu    Chic
■ a   Land   .ml   Worki
tins   tn    del, in. in*     n... lln I  it     Is
possible in i  ilu   , ;  ,, i ii
.in- 11,al ll„. I ..
Ill,*   Id! .1    	
buys arc I. auu.
ter   things   I,,  i-m
in-i-r, simply I,v.,
the Coal ui',,1. In
me   llm   fail    Ilia
eoal miners   van
lullll   ..un,   stnUy,
(From iii* I i ,  I'n . 1
.1. II. Brlekcr ivi-nl  to  11 nieoil ui
Tuesday.     He will Mail  up in husi
I1CSS  in   I lia!   lullll
Chas. Poll,,,    . i'i
head to iisi: I      :    u-r, J. It. P ,|
lock, I'm a du   lays llii    i
Rev. A. liuiui i fl  [or 0       o   i
Tuesday.     II.* i ill  I I in i
Imv im :.. ■
iiiu.. are not I
A    in,    .,:   tin David
(im''     v..     I IUII       ...
ll.,. ll, La en llilubi i ■
n - ... ■  I',. Ini   :
ii,,'   S       •       Intel    i
bands about J
Drag, ■■ rood   IVhel
Ton, an,I I'm,
Vaiicouvei
II   II   Din ..
appointed in ■
Ilu   pas.,,I   Ilu
on    his wa)   i    m .ii,
will in l a , , 'i loms olli   i
ilv.
,\li,s   Alice M *
tor Hm Trilcs-Woi d   Co , Li        I
resigned hei  pn lli n  .,, li thai  dim
Willi   llm  ]■! -a  ii  ii   ■ I trip
llll'  cn,,,.!.   ,,!,.!   '   i ,i   rctUl'lliil
I e iii Detroit.
Vi   r,   Iluiiilii.ii  lefl   on Tae [lav
on a Hi], in    lluli  li I' il aiv
ami probably Edmoirlon.     I I, , ',! .
Hall lil!, li   mav  Iai.,. in   lau . t  ' .    :
Onllforni ,'turninp In a month    oi
two.     II,- will combine Im I
pleasure in Ins travel .
Alhort    (luminal.... i    Imastci
Michel,  ilii',1  I., t nighl endie!
lis coupled '.villi peril nill Hi
il.uuiii.iLi' im.!; ill on '■ . ■ :.
ami  an    operation lieill
was Immedinlely   p, In
MrSoiliv.     It was I
his recovery    was  , ,  n
lo Um pn  .i .,* ol  III,
had a„  atlai    'ui ; ppnndicili    'oni i
liiilore and ua   advi . : ■ , havo    ..;.
opiiralioii,   lul   la* li    1   li   '   II   nil.    'Ill,'
deceased wa.. of Engll I, iiul,. cum
in
lact, thai  ia  .'.., i   ...   ,   i
is  mil   Uirough   in in., i.
ini,unu bad    a sub-conn
.i.u!, Il.ii i, liim has iia' contracl Ioi
ui plying lim!,',.. ,,, um I- lank mine,
,m il.- la * ii u ilm.. lias been help-
Ins barboi shop
Grace's Illness.
i child imi ill
in; lu lull' lln-
i-ilii-ine homo for
(i
,,l ,■lui,*!, ii i'i*., Uu mi' running III chain
1 j snulli, in.ii..,. lu chain, west, thenc,
sn chains soutli, thence 1(1 chain
I west, Ihence 120 chains norlh, Ihenci
I so iiuiii,s oust, lu place ,,l commence
nml
Sidney Jcllctt,
Agent, II. Little
Located (Ins 51b day of December
1005.
llr, McOuti
.;,. |. '.. lake   mn
I.n   vlul.l II
'N«-^ls»,--aSKs^i-..a»J5vHSBS__S«
Clean Clothes 1
11
,1 ol i
I'.
llll
.'I.ill.I llllll
owing li
ii
ral v.a ■ in '  in than nan feet fr,
a.ui    when he   he i.l lhc in :    liuiui
in . ..I over In i sl      ..-      lla
lhc :■ I • mi
a  make i.m pn       i        cap and a
.     , ■   i in cai  brushed
■a - ilnii,, I l,nl In he, ,i an insi :
slowei ii, . cl ii .a a whll less active
■   im. a   , ..ui' lily have been killed.
J clotlii'B  when   thorn is u lirsi Z
7 class l.-n i in I iv in   town.    Y,,n 7
f [*in:i iill'iinl 1., piitronizu ,i,i- 9
i i,,*s*- whi'ii you mui i.nt  your »
1 Crows Nest \
\    Steam Laundry I
I     '' """i"l;'''     j
»vBrvltN-|r J»sJ!^» JMI .t»MIM8s..-'_l
('. P   l;   LAND SALES.
Hm.     *:.   in,,i,Hi   ..I   December,
■    Iai i   . "13    by
li'parl ui, ii ui Hie Canadian
: Tli- .nn..nnl iiali/.-
i i  ,ia-   a!.' amoii '• i ... • *•:
1105,    ....  , :  : .  .■ .a   ■',   ■   :,i     ... :,
tbe yeai   the   el    i     in   unl
...nl i-m ii-i I.. IM    12   ii i.* ,   im
a mil.      I,-all...I      Lplllg    $-1,011,2-1-1.
Du ii. us- im *:"'! ii'.u 520,nnr,
ncres were - ■! I *,,; >i.t 10,520.
During    u.a   ii h    Hie    Canada
\,,nln*,,.|  Land I'm. Lul., sold II,-
lllll ai u    i rn  a  total    su f $77,-
370. Tb,- sal,-s of Hie company tor
il.,- entire year aim untcil !,, I H,800
cres, Hm total anioui; receiveil be-
, ■    "ui.:, un      ii.,. : [[lowing   table1
■■    lhe   al.   ,.( Uie ('. I'.'R. each  ■'"' »J
nlli diirlne llm vear: . "s*
*,,;,        '  RiR^'R"
\m*kSi
NOTICE.
Notice 1. In i. in  gin n  llial   i iii
.I..I .  .ill, I   ilai,',   I   inlellll   ll,  ...    I)
u.,. Chiel Ci mini ■ im i I.,n a   ." .1
ilniI,,,   and   in Hi,* Assistant    i	
.   ,.      ,,i    I..imi i     Woi i.
i.u     il„.    dislriel      ■■]  I.., i     l\oi
ii-n.iy, [or a in vi a 1.. pi" :■.-.:    lor,
coal   anil   putt'olcum  on   I ,n*   l. How i-i,
descrlhed  land,   nlllale on    lie  until
easl .llml,,-l Creek, about live    miles,',:
milth   Ol   Um     I all in    I1. <   In'   Kail
road, iimi lying wesl , I Uu Meluiie ■
Group, and uurili ul the Crows Nosl
Pass Coal i utupaii) s I..mi.
1. Commencing at a pnsl plantod
uui' null' in ub ni ,i point un,' un'.'
cast „i Um inicrseclion ul Uu    ,'.,■-
ilie no] Hi siilu luu- ,,l l: -
Nest Pass Cual Coinpanj ..:... lid
posl living in,' inilial |„,st ,,i i*.. ll
LeFrctu's claim, ami markud I*., li
Li'l'ii'i,/.'s iioribeasl comer, Ihence
eighty cliains wesl, limine eighl)
chaius soulh, thenco eighly chains
oast, llience ei .mi cliains north lo
plan' „i hi'tUiiuiiig, containing about
,,in acres,
!■:. II.  LcFrenz, Locator.
,1.  II.  Hemphill,  Agent.
Located November Mill,  1005.
2. Commencing at a post planted
,u tl,,- northeast corner of E, 11
LcFrcnz's claim, Ua- same being ilu
inilial post „f .1. T, Penn's claim,
.mil marked .1. T. Penn's northwest
corner, Uienco eighty chains easl,
ilieniT elghly chains soulh, thence
lighty chains west, liienco eighty
chains north to place of beginning,
containing about   ulu acres.
.1." i. Priin, Locator.
.1. II. Iluiupiull. Agent.
Localed Nuvember  ISlli,  1005.
3. Commencing al n posl planted
at ,1. T. Penn's northwest comer,
saiil post being the Initial post oi
E. A. .Marlin's claim ami marked E.
I. Martin's south-west corner, Uienco
olgllty chains east, limine eight)
,!i,uns iiutili, llience eighlv cliains
west, thenco eighty chains south    lo
,,10 acres.
E. A. Martin, Locator,
.1. II. Hemphill, Agent.
Lccntcd November 12th,  1005.
I. Commencing at a pnsl planted
il I-:. A, Merlin's soutliwesl corner,
the same boing Hm Initial post ol
i'. L. Kmii'in.'ld's liuiui ami marked
i'. 1.. l:,.ii, ibald's snmi,,,uu corner,
ihence eighty chains west, thenco
eighty chains norlli, thenco eighty
chains east, Ihenee eighty cliains
soulh to placo of beginning, containing abuut 1,10 acres.
r. L. Bultcrficld, 1,,,,-utnr.
.    .1. II. Hemphill. Agenl.
Localed November 12th,  1005.
5.   Commencing   at a post planted
mm mil,-  ill of C.  L.  Iluttcrficld's
northeast corner, said post being tbo
Initial pnsl of Manila Cornel's claim
nnil marked Martha Corner's norlheasi corner, Ihenci! eighly chains
west, thenco eighty chains south,
thonco eighty chains cast, thenco
eight cliains north to placo of In-sinning, co,it. inlng ahoul 0-iO acres.
Martha Curncr, Locator.
.1. II. Hemphill, Agent.
Located November 12th,  1005.
u. Commencing aL a post planted
,u Mnitlm Corner's northeast corner,
llm samo being lhe inilial post of IV.
• I. Demorest's claim ami marked Vi.
.1. Domorost's northwest corner
thonco eighty chains cast, thenco
eighty chains soulh, llience eigbly
chains nesi, thence eighty chains
nuiih to place of beginning, containing about IHO acres.
u\ .1. Domorcst, Locator.
■ I. II. Hemphill   a.	
Localed November ljllh, 1005.
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trail,     in, is'    .„ in ■■ .   >l
:;    icconimoda-
.a ni Cranbrook
Ilil and did Baths
Hoggarth & Rollins ;{
 Proprietors       '!
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I Inl,  lillllsli', „!   |,,e   111
,. commencing at a posl planted
I W. J. Demorest's northwest cm*,
ior, .said post being the iniiial pnsl
f T. .1. Demorest's claim anil murk.
3 T. .1. Domorost's soutliwesl cor-, - ■
or, thenco eighty chains cast, thonco I to:
,'ukuii Tertlt.iy.   sl« le.
lual   In* .u.uu.,1 L>> .,
L,i,„l.. year-, atau nil
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Robinson Mckenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kinds Ol
Rough and Dressed Lun ber
1 SOMETHING DOING AT THE SECONDHAND STORE I
ni-i.,'1 onr
,:u* st,,,,; vory
Vi. Vi, I UUV
ti,,' Miiiist,.,*,,, ilie inter
NOTICE.
.j.   siiliimlil) ■ a i i cm • m iv mis ,,f llm  piililie in    •:•
X.   nny Iin '     'mi ill iv ii prices wu hnvo nothing   X.
If.    \V,
lolsfu
X    .p.iciiilty,    im-  ;•   mi.,      ',V    - i . souiii new nii'l - ■ ■:  ,    X.
9   Imiul fm iinm',            .|..:,!   fil  liuriiuin  |i    -      •:•
y   Cordwootl ior 5ule,    Employment Agency in Connection        '/t
I Jas. McArthur. the Second Hand Man f
MASON &. RlSCh  PIANOS
O.ir western manager, Mr, .. '.". Wliitcacre ,wiii
be with the local agent, Mr 'Ross Tate, fot one
week during December .uid will offer
Special Christmas Prices   and   Easy    Terms
To anyone desiring to pr chase i Piano. Send
your name and address  a Mc Tate. DO IT NOW
MASON & RISCH PIANOS are used from
he Atlantic I > in i'i: :, rheir splendid tone
volume, lheir artis'ic case designs, combined
with their great durability, have won for them
this great popularity.
.,..., MASON & RISCH PIANO CO. Lid.
i'1,'1''!' .""/.na ,"UU,,,',''i',"n, m'S rn,"i! WESTERN BRANCH, NELSON, B.C.       TORONTO ONT
Uali* 1 nilcliil lu   upi-l)   io um   i nml ^^^^^
Commissioner   of   Lamls ami   Works j
for a license to cut and   carry awny
limber Irom the loll,,wing described
lauds in East Kootcnny:
Commencing al lhe north-west corner ot Sidney Jellett's license, Uienco
H,0 chaius south, llience -IU cbains
west, Uienco Inn cliaius north, thoncc
lu chains east, to placo oi commencement.
Located tins 5th day of December,
hv Hubert l.illlc.
NOTICE,
l-ako notice Ibat thirty days alter|
u* I Intend to apply iu the Chlol
uf    Laml, am!   Uo
IBB     .    .. ■■■«     • ■!
I **   P. BURNS & COMPANY   ..* I
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I
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y chains      ill,  thence eighly
chains west, llience elghly chains
soutli I,, placo ,,f beginning, t tainlng al I   UIU anil's.
T. .1. Dcmorest, I.,,,' ■.
• I   II. Hemphill. Agent.
Located Novomuoi  lath,  1006,
N. Commencing at a posl planted
at T. .1 Domorost's soiithwesl corner, liir '-..mi' liclllg llm inilial post
,,f Emily Comer's claim ami marked
Kiuily Corner's southeast comer,
Hi,'iui- eighty chains west, thenco
olgllty chains     n, nli,  thenco eighty
vlinilis      easl,     llieliee    eighty, chains
souiii t„ plaee ,,1 beginning, contain-
ing aboui liiii acres.
Emily Comer, Locator.
.1. li. Hemphill,   tgenl
Located November lllli, 1005,
'ICKING A  HOUSE
ar purpose is easy   for
we   have Ihem lor   nil
Acres.      Amounts.! hinds of use.    Naturally our
", l.ai'ii II   IMI.750.00 I LIVERY SERVICE
27,503.511     110.278.70   is f
la.'Ul,, ,11       85,570.00
in,1* to llial of tlm Inns,
, ,. ,, , whicli has tn cart coal during the
U5.210.08 week ami carry h
owner In a fun,-nil
(I.   Commencing at   a pnsl planieil
one mile    ih ,,f    Emily Cm* 's
iu nil, west cornor, lhe snnio being the
inilial post of .1. II. II,.nip! ill's
claim mul marked .1. II. Hemphill's
northwest    corner,   thenco     einliiv
chains    ensl,   thenco eighty    chain's. -„.--., 	
smilh,    thenco   eighty   chnlns well,     Located this.Bth da) .,( Decern!
thelice eighty chains north  In    plac     '"""
of beginning,   containing about   01
ncres.
.1. fl. Hemphill. Lector.
Located Novcmhor J2ih, 1005,
to cul nnd   oarry away,   M
Wholesale nnd Retail
mM     MEAT
l-/,J MERCHANTS
\o_
tlmher   from the  following described
lands in Kast Kootenay:
Commencing ni a post about h.Uf
u mill* enst uf Sidney Jullclt'a nortli-
r.i.si corner, theiicu 1U0 elm na north.
Hunt" io chains west, thenco 10U
chains suutli, thenco -lu cliains east,
iu [ilace ui commencement,
Located T^Av ^beccmher, I   iSWffigagJllBeiS3aa3_SIlS.ffifflllffilfflS!SiEI
11105.
T:rcsh nntl Cured Meal*
Presh   Fish,   Game   and
Poultry.
We supply only lln*   hcul      Vmir
trade h solicited
Markets In all the principal I owm
In Drill nli ColUftlbU
!:
NOTICE,
Tnko in,lice H,,,| thirty dais i
ilall'   I   illleml   lu    appll    In   lie    I
I'  su,iu ]     nf    I,„ii,Is ami    \l
Im  a Imv  lo   cut .mil    i.mv .i
limber   It lie  lollowlng ,1m. i
lands iu Kasi Koolcnay:
I' imn,I!  Ill    111,-  in
imr ,,l Sldnc) Jellolt's license   llm
lun  cliains   lb,   Lhcnco   III     elm
west, thenco lull chains soulh, lhc
■III chains easl lu placo ol comniei
meul.
O. s. Frizzcll,
Agenl, H. Lllll,
NOTICE,
Take nutice  Ibat  thirty davs alter
.  lale  I   Intend  In   apply  io  llie   Chili
in. Commencing at a post planle,] Commissioner of Lands ami Works
at .1. II. Hemphill's northwest cm- for a license In cut, anil carry away
ner,  tlm same  hoiii!!  tho  inilial   pnsl   timber   finin llm   following described
 , „ ,, ,,,,,( li. (I. Boldcn's claim, anil markud  lands iu Kasl Knolcnay:
182,700.31   nn Sunday,    if Santa Claus saw our R.    <i. Boldcn's     southwest corner, I    Commencing al. llie north-ens! cor-
110,750.75 hursos he wuul,I polish ff liis    old thenco   eighly    chains cast,    thenco   ner nf Sidney Jelleti's No. 1 license,
■'-;',:,   reindeers, chop up bis old sleigh auu
'.'„*'.'   hire a rig frum us. Ynu should do lhe
!;•„:  some when vmi require Mm services uf
i'carri
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'■''lllVl'li '''„ I ['„'-,--,!■'Ill » "l,IM' '""' riir'-'-utr lul* any purpose
M218 00    '282'00500 Espec,a, ^   as ""''   scaI° "' cl,lu'6K
"     ' Jl"j!___ imi1'!'*! H rcilly cheap transit,
783,.'l!i*l 1,011,2-M.OO    '"'o   Hundley     Livery Stalilcs
gllty cliains   norlli,  Ihenr gbiy  thonco Kin chains nurlh,  llience    1(i
liains   west,     (hence   eighty chains chains ensl, thence Iiiii cliains south,
soulb, to place of beginning, contain-1 thenco   'III chains west to place    of
ing (HO acres,
li. fl.  Belden, Locator.
J. If. Hemphill, Agent.
Located November lllll, 1905.
3«-0t"     KI05.
commencement
Sidney .lellell, N
Agenl', R. LIU...
Located  Ibis Oth day nl Dc TILE CKANBROOK HERALD
M9&&WM
January Whitewear Sale
We are offering during the month
of January some very special values in
Ladies and children's white underwear
a few of the prices we quote below.
Ladies' Nighl (iiiwtis from
Ladies' Underskirts from
lanli,*s' I Irnwers, from
l.niiius' t'ursi't Covers, Ineo ;,t„l ouibro
trimmed, from
S| inl  bt  Oorsol   I'm,us.   iv-nlnr
from uii.' totl.10, suln price
mu-1,, s I nu
sl.llil lo s.-,.oii
Id,* lo s-J.uii
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Off on China ♦
This   Week.   :
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; Beanie *J!tcbi$on'$;
!
J, 11 MeMullin, of Fernie, was in
town several days this wt
Tin- C. P,  It.   dance
was a great success in everj way,
Vera and Florence Erie] un are
visiting Mis. Chmll 1. ,. Medicine
Hat.
Cranbrook has   850 1 ■ n    the
voters'   list an.l   Fi rnii
28(1.
Mrs. Charles   Gasl ei
ley, was visiting friend ,vn this
week,
Lestei  Clapp hs     ■
past week but is
+ again.
'KUOTENAYCENTRAL
MEETING
1   MEETING   THAT   WAS   WELL
ATTENDED   ASH Ml til l\
TEREST MANIFESTED.
ill tli
Lasl Monday evening a meeting n  -
bel: al     Wentworth   hall lo discuss
Kootenay   Central proposition,
Tin m was a very fair attennance ol
Cranbrook     people, ami Irom    Fort
Steele were It   L. T. Ilalbraith, In
nu!   Wall    I   II   Fenwlek ami Mr   Walsh
\   llarve) was called to the cliair
REID & CO.
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Robinson's
Robinson's
Patent (iroats
Patent Barley
For making superior
For   Infant's   Food.
liriiol in io minutes
Barley   Water   and
Recommended    b v
Pudding.   It  is in
the highest medical
valuable for the sick
authorities.
cha 111 ber.
\G.   T.   ROGER
Fancy and Staple Groceries and Crockery X
1 !*******>**'S*^*A*A'W>i<VN*^^*^VWWS/WVWV
We Wish You
A Happy And
Prosperous New
£     Year     S
LOCAL NOTES
Picked Up Abonl lbe City   by Asking
U„i'-ii„n» ol Many People.
"(ii.nl, y" lit, nn, ■ ,m,,   and lie   was    aceomj
Calgary     where   he nding   plaiform by C   11   I'
school. ,,i tl,,- company and on
lit.  King lell  lasl   Sun ll■*.   i i   \ ie-   '            Ma>'°'  Huge
torla to l„* pi,sen, at the op,
parliament,
Miss    spnni*.u
taken   Miss     Willian
public schools.
.uiu; coi \I
10
i   MILLION
-(Special :,,
Toronto, Oi I
The World;—Aie
lions   a Mr.   ..
governmeul , ...,.  -.,.  u,
i ins,-,    in,   Lotai   lilt .    ol     lho
i-u,. iluunl)  I. u.
y  tj 1.1 am  nul   Lo   th
UILI.  i W '.!,'. ERTISINO,
'*    tia/t  ii
III!!   ,v     I*
ilea
people,     This
to  . ,■ u  . ■■ ii    I, ,i v | pit-    in
advertising,
are 'luough
i ,..i   ilus  is  the
give bargains tu
at  it  is al-,, u,.
led   lo      llm
en, president
one nf its urollto.
s  was .,1s,, ml!..I
platform. Mr. Pollen was
-.1 upon tt, pi.■sent lho ease ami
Inl so in a most entertaining ami
 i.u.u..i      lie explained how tlml wi
i ,,.i now     had    a   bonus from lho ' Block uu hand,
Duininlon government     ol J3.3UU    a »»,uj>i,i      ll
Miss Mm ,,-l \\. i, ■ holm,   mile and had laid one Irom tlio pro-  liutdoi    Includi
i Uncial govemincul but  tin,, u    liadlpcriod were ••■,..
Iw
',..
1,1 ,-..i.*.        : In     .    .     ... .,. rived   '   n ,   inem   k'lo .
*•' nuriiig     yesterdays   ,.\.u,i..i    .,,*■ bargains" said
.;.......       . lie di .1 ,1  Uu 1.    Mr. Hi                  Her..1.1 man.     "I
lure    1    1 . m- 1   !.    ul   1 earl)     oil,     have I                     ■   policy  ami     find
nui.I nl ll.e lo-ial indebl             ,*, uh nd  .. rj   quick-
'•i   ■       Included  Hit!  i. In 11   li ll                         .,,    n ,js we iiTC
would 1         1 *..    . in cut  I    pi ices n
        '              refill           lined      Lhat are ■  ,    ■,,,!,. lnan    we
Uu eiiuipaii) uill 1,0 able to pay only  evei January.      But
lit ecu's m                                   I Ihere is                      attractive bar-
Thc evidc.ici                ibis nioriiiug I gaii ,  people know
showed    ha    Irom    .* in lo   ,  ..1 k.-.p talk-
ii".. lasl, lbe , paii) ha  ugh tho colli, iii-iallinciils ul   li             _-.,,,.->,,   in. 1 - *i*i,js (,ig
I ipscd.     To build  llm mail  it
\ Iimi l
Miss  Alice  Mutl.,1
Misses Lou and I.u, 1 ■■.'.■'   aii     lo   have a  bonus as
ed    tl.,- ins, ,,i the w       li   Cai arj   guarantee Ioi   tlio mi,nes,  un     tin
,,, resume theii   ■ bonds so tlml tliey would he salable
Mr.  Rogers, lormerlj  ice   '" ""' """"'>' markets,     it tho bonus
,[    \V    F.    Uuui,     ,     '
,,  mun -
■ ■■"" [slack 1 mi,. Vmiumf
 t and    wi l0 |,|,1(.,.   ,|^
,... i.. .     i,*l, and
lap              bale ,     j„     the
*  pie this
bZ
C. E. REID & Co.
Druggists       Phone 74       Stationers
DISPENSING IS OUR SPECIALTY
If "'' esi?«g:. ™~"~'\
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Washing
Made Easy
For particulars
Call  at   : : : : :
% D. mcBridc $
Pioneer Hardware Mun
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litis   Mete   That   Wef
Should Eat Meat
May lhe Meat that you eat during lhe next
year be tender and choice. And may the
ensuing twelve months be happy and prosperous
r. nslablo Uuth, or Moylo, was in
Lawn this weok.
The <*it v council held its last session lust evening tor this term.
.1 i! McCallunt has been on the
sich list tho past week,
W T Kohl visited Unitary this
week.
Daniel C, Kyan left Ihis week for
llii- bm Hilary country.
Clarence Darling has returned from
Lis irip to tlio east.
Mrs, Wm. Cleary ami Miss Ethel
Peverelli visited friends al Wardner
Monday last.
M. Mclnnls came up froni Klk-
mouth yesterday to transact some
business at  the "metropolis.
Judge Wilson ami family moved
over from Nelson and are established
in their homo on Baker Hill.
For Kale.—House and lot on thr
main street of Marysville. Apply to
Herald. 80-tl
W. ti. McFarlane returned last Sunday from an extended trip to the
east.
The Cranbrook public schools opened last Monday after the holiday
vacation.
.1   M. Hunter, of Toronto, has ac-
pieil a position in the clothing department nf Hill & Co.
Mis. \V. B, McFarlane gave a
thimble lea this afternoon to a largo
number of her friends.
Mr, Goupll, proprietor of the Manhattan hotel, at Moyie, was in town
last Tuesday.
W. Harrison, of Calgary, has ac-
iv|iii',l a posj'ti-tn wilh the firm of
C, E. Held A Co.
Uev. MeKillop, ot Raymond, has
silent the week with Mr, and Mrs.
0. II. Brcmner.
Mrs. .1. E. Crowe and daughter,
came up from Moyie Monday to attend lire "Halph Connor" lecture at
lhe Presbyterian church,
Two front offices, second floor Watts
block, for rent. Apply to Beale A
Klwell. ' 7-tf
.1. K. Uroley has rented the home
of .lames Caslake and will live ' in
Cranbrook this winter, and probably
permanently.
II. B, Q-ilmour, representing the
Watcrotts Engine Works, is in town
this week Interviewing the local saw
mill men.
Miss Acnes Wood, daughter of Mr,
and Mis. Peter Wood, left to-day for
Edmonton,    where   she   will   attend
Mr. an I Mrs. F. ti.   Morris entertained a large number ol friends last
Tuesday   evening.   Cards   were    the
feature of the evening and overyone
1 presenl Imd a most enjoyable time.
]    .1.   Ripstein, of Winnipeg, one    of
the pioneer hotel men of Wardner   in
early days,  was in lown    this
w'ook      Mr,  Ripstein lives in Winnipeg where ho conducts a loan oflice.
I   The  congregation of Knox    church
: in  the fulure    will worship  in    llie
new ediftco,      The bell will ring    at
j if ii> and   five   minutes to 11 a.m.,
and  I  and 7.25 p.m.     At 10.55   and
, 25 It  will ping but 3 minutes.
Dr, Collin is now the hero of Armstrong avenue.     lie stopped a runaway horse the other davllmt threatened   destruction   to   tne   rig,    by
1 jumping Into the sleigh and grasping
I iiii' i.-ins ami Urns scouring control ol
tho frightened animal.
'I'l-' iew athclMo club building that
Is being erected on the lot In the
reai ol tire Methodist church, will be
I ready w thin a woek or ten days,
I There will be a formal opening with
appropriate exercises and short talks
j b)   i   fi w Cranbrook people.
fl t'uiigdoii, formerly meat cut-
h'-i in Harris Bros, meat market,
left Wednesday for Nelson lo work for
jl' Burns A Co, Mr. Cougdon ex*
I peel in be assigned to work near
j Portland, Ore., where Burns A Co.
:ii eul'li secured lho contract ol
fiti-irishlng 'he meals for the con-
, • 'liuin, ii camps iif a new railroad.
! F -r Sale—House containing 11
large mums, plastered; furnace in
cellar: uiy water; half acre ol laud
j fenced; price Viuuti. Thos. W.
j Leask, Cranbrook.
| Thc regular preaching services will
ihi- lirld in the Methodist chinch nexl
j Sunday as usual, llie pastor will
i havo charge, The evening subject
will he "The New House." A
specially interesting suiig service will
lire held at 7.311 when all wiil join.
•Imir will lead in choice anlh-
All are invited to the    ser-
WE BELIEVE
we have your overcoat and suit. WE BELIE VE •!•
that it wiil please you, that y->u will like its cut, its grace %
and fabric, and, withal, we're confident you'll be pleased ;!;
with its price.        j*       .*       jt       jt       j*       jt X
McSWEYN,
THE   LEAD
ING TAILOR x
As the room for the banquet for
the visiting delegates of the Assoc-
; hied Boards of Trade will Ire Imit-
■ ml. those iu Cranbrook who desire to
aUcnd this function should make
[application to T. M. Roberts, score-
tan nf lhe local board without delay. The banquet will be held at
.the Cranbrook hotel on the evening
of the 31st. 6
|    We can light you: we can heat you:
can do your plumbing.     Best of sat-
j isfaclion included.—Patmore Bros.
|    The Odd Fellows and Knights    of
: Pythias arc arranging for the dates
of lheir annual balls this year. These
| two events will be hold in tho   new
I Fraternity hall and will be the only
ones this season at which people who
! me not members of either organiza-
[ thru    will have an   opportunily    of
attending.
February 1st  to a Vaueouver I
.Mis.    P. Chonetle,     id  Uaiysvillc,
was in town Uns weel
who lias gone tn Fcrnie lo    . ' ■ mi
school.
P. Chenette, of the Royal hotel, i.f
Marysville, asks tho lli raid to state
thai cither party an- welcome in ins
uill (or Uie purpose uf li ihlliig public
meetings.
Mr. ami Mrs. W. I) II II entertained iu a most pleasing maimer lasl
Tuesdav CVI ning m lioin i ol Airs.
Rivers,' of Raymond, Albi rla, sistei
d Mr. llill. ' Tliere were n large
number of guests pn 11 nl and 5U0
was Ibe program. ^i;--i tire close
if the games refreshments wero served after which followed music. ll
was a late hour before the ,i;..isis departed,
(Jrand Master McKcnzie, ui the
l.o.O.F. will visit Cranbrook i n Uu
2ritb of Ibis month. There will lie
a big meeting of Odd Fell ws '.lui
evening with special work, A lit
lhe secret .session tho members id
the K. of 1'. lodge with their ladles
and tbe ladies t.f the Odd Fell iws
will gather at ihe new hall fur 'a
glorious lime. Thero wiil be refreshments, talks, si.n^s ami dancing.
Arrangements will be made for one
of the threat evenings ever sp hi in
Cranbrook.
Perry A Fitzgerald, proprietors oi
the Cranhrook Cat tagc company,
have now une of Uie best equipments
of lhe kind iu be found anywhere in
the Kootenays. Gradually they
have made improvements until now
ihey are in shape to meel all demands iu their line. Coal Is one of
iheir special features and prompt delivery is another, Their telephone
number is Ii3 so that if you want
eoal, want a trunk taken l!> the station, or want any kind nf carting,
just call them up'and get the matter attended lo without anv trouble
to yourself.
Our good friend Dr. Cross has been
heard from. lie has gone in Revel-
stoke where be is financing a big
scheme with lhe people ol Uiat uiy"
The genial doctor [s d?serving iif
success iu thc financial world .is lit
is asiuie, keen, resourceful, untiring
ami carries with him a smile that
will nol come off ami a genii,* laugh
that reminds one of tho pui ling
brook iu the spring lime wilh sweet
songsters filling the woods with melody. Tbe Herald wis.ies Uie il idol
all Uie success that l.e deserves, and
when be bas accomplished Ills 'purpose, when Fortune smiles upon bim
to the tune of several Lhuusaiiii, it
is to Ire hoped thai he willl return to
Cranbi ouk where he lias many friends
wbo read with pleasing anticipation
any news of his whereabouts, and
who will receive him with open aims.
Beautiful plumbing fixtures. Installed iu up-to-dato style.—Patmore
Bros.
cured the road   could
u,i the project   would
lellliu
The
of llie
could nol  bt<
in.i   in* buill,  and
fail    .iiul      there
when it would be revived.
speaKei urged upon the people
district lo do ull in then power lo
inllueiico the government to play fait
wilh tbe people uf Uus districl and
give ihe company the bonus thai
Wuuld enable them to go ahead, and
n this was done there wuuld bu no
delay about commencing construction,
Mr. Pollen was followed hy   Mayor
Rogers,   Dr. Wan,   R. I,.    T. ti.il-
braU-h, .lames Ryan, .1. P. McBride,
A. B. Fcnwick, 0. II. Thompson, 1'.
[■;. Simpson   and the chairman.    Ail
expressed     themselves as being     iii|cui
favor ul the road and willing to u<
all in lheir     power    tu bring about
suoh a result.       Messrs.  Ryan    and
Simpson     expressed  themselves
uppustd lo Uie cash subsidy proposition,   but   thought   adequate aud    ju
am might ire given in inner    waj
Ai  tne close a rosulutiun was    pi
seated by Lv Klwell, in favor of ll
govcrnin:nl    granting     aid in     il
iMiuteiiay  Central and  iL was adop
>-.i.     ibe meeting then adjourned.
.   .    ■ xl
'■;■■■
and
was and lubilii its ul Un i ui k Lu in and
Sa • ii- h corn^aii), a- n wn by Uie
i.,,, i igatiou u - Iai . it i.a pro
cceded, an- as i- ill -■
.\   et -, i" ;    ■    H     ri al estate
iiiui igdgi.-., ■: inn,Mm, ;, a] , ..a,i, : i ,-
h,i,..,i.     Bonds  .i i  Lolluw
nu   Light  .v     Puw. it-",  Ri-   UU
'i'uroiitu i.ni- In iurauce I   ., ¥<-'-, ■'"',
Ll../..   I'lalio    l. o.,   }.!.j,.i(H',   tuan      uii
compaiij .i own stuck,  1 il»U,00U;
ciuiAi interest, $1U,I , advanced    lo   *
I  il  will be
■ ■ w u .:   roods
■ red.''
Ul t TEST.
whfski y |—
TO OPEN OLD COPPER MINE.
Messrs. Claudot, M.E., and tier-
wood left by last stage for Windermere to examine tbe Swansea property. It was from this mine that
Uie lirst copper ore ever shipped Irom
this district was sent hy .Mr. Phil-
lipps to England years ago and although the expense uf packing anil
shipping was enormous vet il paid.
Tbe ore was sought ufter Ly a smeller in England. It is the intention
uf these gentlemen lo proceed with
lire work of development, at once if
ihey lind conditions satisfactory,
Mr. Claudet is the .son of liie first
assayer sent out hy the colonial
government and his uncle is' the chief
assayer of tire Bank of England.
OLD ABE GROUP BONDED.
Word has heen received tlml I
Old Abe gn.up on Bull river h
heen bonded to Rossland parties n
that tbey are interesting Eugli
capital in lire enterprise.
WATCH  CRANBROOK  OROW.
Born—Wednesday,  Jan.   10th,   100B,
to   Mr. and   Airs.   Joslph Qunncss,
twin hoys.
Born—Thursday,  Jan.  I lib.   I Otic
to   Mr. and Mrs.   E. II. Small,
daughter.
 1	
ARMS  AND THE WOMAN,
do    wish
gbl
Mabel—Oeorge,   I
would join  the army
George—Why, dear,  I  th*
confessed that you loved m,
Mabel—1 did say .so; but if v iu
were to go into Ihe army perhaps
you mighl  learn what arms are for,
After that she had no cause lo
complain.—Pick Me Up,
LIBERALS MEET AGAIN
The Liberals uf lhe districl weie
well represented at ihe meeting held
last Friday night at Patmote ban.
Delegates weie jaesnii irom most
ui tut- towns in lire disiiia and there
was a very large number Irom Cran-
urook, ProsKlene Meuallum, ui Lue
uaal associat-iuii, presided, and
Charles Airfu-uU uiliciateii as seciL-
lary. There was no formal programme, bui Dr. King, lne local
member ul lire bouse, was called
upon and lur mure titan an liuur itu
i niei tamed thuse presviil wilh a
clear, practical, lair rov lew m Uie
(■Vuveinmeiit's work since it bad come
Ultra power. Tbe doctor lays nu
claim iu oratorical ainl.iy, uut on
uial occasion he surprised those who
kuow lum well uy lire iiias-
lerial manner in which he
presented lus arguments. There
"us nu hesitatilig, nu want,
ol words, no lacK of lads, and wiren
ire had finished there was proloiigo.l
applause lor ihe man and fur nis
magnificent speech, one man wire
ii.ui not heard liim for a vear
more, was heard lu remark: "'1'
doctor has developed inio a rattling
good orator, and win be able in
make il hot fur lire man who runs
Against him next time."
I'alks were also made bv .1. i
lluchcrofl, ol Marysville, William
Ultvor, uf Mayook, ..olin Keen, of
ivasio, and .1. P. Farrell, ot Moyie.
Altei lhe regufar meeting lire oiu-
shlo delegates and the local executive
met and went uver lhe plans for or-
ganiaa'tlon, arranging everything in
a  mosl satisfactory  manner.
The two big meetings in one week
was a surprise to the mosl enthusiastic Liberal and the source of unlimited satisfaction, ami il was au
indication as to the feeling among
tlie older Liberals and lire young
ones also.
al.le,   {lll.miu,   l
on' imird, a,(Uu
tu puijiic, wuii,
lui meniuois, i-.
permuiieut i...
up, ii.c   yeai
Ugulal    i	
uuu.     rolal, ,-.
lapses   Ilil'   -MO.}
Iol.,1      ll
ileum, *l,iwU,i»t
.Ur.   -lu:..   I'illl
inod and dcscril
coeds ny v. ..nn
wero followed i,
series -■! paym«
luu wceas ' ni
1i..u.!jU was paid
commissions, l.
<   odd man to   a
■    l  fear this   is
: -   flin."
i light as  well
"il- ye    have
...i.i.I.'-Ex.
-♦-
, habililiei
murtgagei
'    I.
.i.i..U-llol.i
lis
(,--»»;    i
aid
■ > >•»<>*>,
ou;
,     ■:-,-
■'*,-
A mg
for
.,    HI   "
ai -
fa.UUU.UOO;
smile,
day   shone
. Ic   more
linicaf World.
ine   LiaWUi
holders we
l Ue cu i n pa i
I iu expenses ami
„ . j3.til) m the
nicy was in l'i foi
isl i.iiii at lhe
i. prolit to cover
id. The   sluue-
better terms lhan
.Ac io maiuiaiu,
WINNIPEG  BANK  TELLER
si IC1DESI
Win ni[
forcnodi
ondud b.
mg bim
l lie   dec
teller      in
Commerce,
-Ovi rcome    liy
... . -    ' ;    : ,   : . . .
,,'. -...■:   Met ush
- '*  *   ' '  •  *  *  T
I   First-d . bv Expcri
en.-cj   Hands,
I
I    The Ganbrook Hotel    |
I BARBER SHOP!
Facial Massac ,i S*>.
I
IT« .i Specialty   J,
j T. E. SOUTH,   Prop'r. 1
*  v     .. ^, .^
i u.
lbe   I
hud
rooms al <13U Gai
nui rising at ids i
McCush asked bin
gOUlg    10    WOi I.     i"
replied ihal lie wc
ailer lell  Uie lunl
mediately took a
down on  lbe  bai,
his underclothes, placed n jusl auoi
the kit car and   pulled  the trigger.
His wife    bearing     the shot     I
Into the room, saw what Imd occur-'
#-% * * « -. %
*
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TISDALE I
(ill   (IIS '   f
, Alr_.
j conl    '
"."■       areth,
50
for choice
fruit,   Wc
(forthe fa-
•- 'l ■■■ it    Chocolates so
u.   4 v>u '■ 11 lovers of
"l j - is.    Shipments
t '■ ...   nothing
no Uie room, saw u:..i', liad occur-   ,  t
til una ran    scrcamin. downslairs.   ,  bul :. -
ir. Martin   w.is .it   ouce summoneii   4
9*******-^-.*****^^^^^^,
CUli,
HANDS AND FEIST BOUND.
Olilcago, .Ian. 2.—Earl Dean, 11
years uld, was iounil dcail in tliu
liltclicn ui liis mother's Hat in llyilt
Park last night, The boy's head
and shoulders rested on a pillow in
llie oven of a uas range, witli llie
iiiiliK'Irkd pis escaping Irom tlie
burners under it. His hands were
li.-il lieliinil him and liis feet wero
Iwunil with one oi his mother's
aprons. A handkerchief was knotted
loosely alioul liis neck.
The faet that the youth was bound
ami that the hack door oi lhe llal, in
which he was alone, was unlocked,
gave rise to a   strong suspicion    of
murder,     Nothing   in   the    n is,
Imnever, had heen touched. Furthermore, lhe placing ot tin, cushion
li.-n.-.ill, llie lad's head was taken as
,-iiil, in-,- of preparation for taking his
"wn life, a precaution ihat no mur-
deror would have taken.
Voung Doan lived alone wiih    his
 Hiel,   Sirs.     Mary   Mean,  whose
chlol support ho was.
IIAUI.TA1N AMI OTTAWA.
tlcelna, .I.m. I.-Mr. K. Vi. (I
ll.tiiltaiii has gone east. He will
have a conference wiiti Conservative
li.i'leis belore returning to the west.
i'-1*. is much talk lur*: in lavcr sf
urging Mr. llanltain to stand Ior
tl,,* Dominion house in Walter Scott's
constituency, His Iriends are very
* xi„us thai     he make this   change
Di
but lite was extinct, lh
Uieu notified an,l Lite remains taken. „
lo Kerr, Daivll St iVcNamco's. I
That   llie   net   was   premeditated | tp.....
seems   certain, as In a teller    tl:
was found   addrcssol   to Lis motli
he stated his   intentions.     All    I:
transactions   at    mt bank ivei. ,
order anil the thing that   s said    lo   ;   and    ;()(**■    -actOrV
have been the cause ui all the worry  J  """   '•"■"-"    ■ UttUI^
that   eventually led   to the rash act  I
was the fact lhat he was under notiee | I
from the bank lo leave.    There is a   j      All kinds of finish work in
law in hanks llial a clerk shall   not, ,
marry until lie is iu receipt oi a cer-      waJ 0I '■ ■  ra, tran-
lain salary.     Deceased was married   \  Boms, etc,   Kiln dried lumber
at Necpawa about seven months ago,
and belore lie was receiving tlie sal-'
ary which in the opinion ot the hank J
is sufficient income   with which    toi,
support a wile.    !!•' was removed to ; J  »'iusi.i, t"i,
Winnipeg and inlormed that it would  ,
tie   necessary   for   him to luok Ior   »
another   position.    This apparently ; Rounil and Dressed Lumber
preyed  on  his  iniiiil  until,  on     that   ,
particular point, lie was not    qulm   1 For Sale
in his right senses. | ,
The deceased was 31 years of age
and a son of the Rev. Sir. McCusb,
of Chatham, Oul. .Mr. H. A. Ramsey, assistant manager of the Bank
of Commerce, has charge ,,f the funeral arrangements ami the remains
will he shipped easi to-day t,, his
[nrmer  homo   iol"  inteiment
£J  Cranhrnoiv Sash    j
fori ..   Our work ia
guarantee ,      [oui jrici*s are
'•'ii    doors
* - *-*»-.^.***^_^
r
st
bi
In
prn
.il
ii.-.
CONFUSION  IN  ACTS.
New Westminster, Dec. 28.-From
lhe unworkability of some of thej
aeis passed ul the last session of tlie
provincial legislature, some of these
aeis are likely to ere ite won].I Indicate thai Ibcy musl have been rushed
throuffli faster than the abovo would
iii'.liea'ie and ci rtalnly too fast inr
even ihe Junior clerk i'i the attorney-general's < (lb ■ Ui '" '- •■ had time
to peruse ihem. Ii was pointed oui
al lhe Burnahy sch ,1 i - le
inn a few days ago thai Lho effect ol
ihe new school acl would 11- to leave
the schools without funds fur a year,
besides creating other equally trifling dinicuHies, A perusal ol il.e
new municipal elections act, in conjunction wilb the munielp ,1 cl m ■•
act, demonstrates ihe facl thai the
legislature wishes Uie new council in
each municipalily lo hold ir. first, ■■.■
what is usually called the statuary,
niei iuii: a week belore it is elected,
Fi
When Vmi
Cometoi.be Metropolis 5Uu at the
Palace Mote!
Stephens & Kotkcndorf
Proprietors
Opposite C.  P. R,
Station
$1.00   PER   i)\\
Calgary, Alta.
instance lhe   municipal clauses'
act specifies ibat the first meeting of
the council in each year shall bo held
the third Monday iii January,    that
.   , •-   would be January 13th for the ensu-
.loutf.   hey   ear tlie consequences to j     Vi,.ir_     T-lio  amended   municipal
tire provincial interests of the party. | fti?Mw,«
ll   is believed     here  that  Mr.  Han't
BEATS WALKIN".
"Aren't you afraid of ihc influence
of the railroads?"
'*Yos," answered Farmer Corn-
lossel. "But I must say that I
would not like to iliscouriiKc 'cm
entirely. They do beat walkin."—
Exchange.
AN  INFANT WITH   A
MUSTACHE.
lain will discuss this feature    with
the eastern leaders belore his return.
elections act, as turned out at    lbe,
<n of Die legislature,   fixes
the date for nominations as 'he third-
Cranbrook
Livery  S
GEARY& DOYLE
Proprietors
ie eastern leaders eciore ins return. Monday in January, the elections to,
lhe high standing oi Uu* ex-premlcr,  ,    , ,,*, .,.   ,,,,,, „.:.    s,,,,,,,,.   vi7.
coupled will, his long experience   in  „„n'i...ali.'ns oi, ,L Wh .ini'l th,'- elct     T<""'"> ■'"' ''" '" """isn^ «" »»y
which makes   Tho  point iu the dfitrlct,
A. DOYLE, Manajrer
lhe i'orrilorial government, gives tions on the
1'ini a peculiar position in the alTec- ,.,; -A.J"...A
lions of the west, and if he goes   to
ary moot-
, , lug come on tlie same day,     Before
Ottawa    ho Is   cipccted to at once Rm   „„„.,„,,,, , .]tTlR „.,   taod .
take a prominent posltlm In Domin- „„, |ccon(|   M,„„|av  ,,„. th
Ion an.urs.
There is     living at  Recife,    near
nominations, with the elections tho following Saturday. This did nol jibe
with the municipal clauses' act, but
as it i.s    now the municipal ailthori-
 " ' ties will  bave  to   spin  the coin     to
Messrs. Cavin,   Rollins and others decide which act they are to ignore,
who were   supporters of Mr. Ander- ■ ♦■
IT IS JUDGE ANDERSON NOW.
sun for the olliee of police magistrate
in the new   municipality of     Cran-
A t     I he
MARRIED.
¥1 , ■ ■ , ,         i .■  ■■■            *•■        ^   Presbyterian manso,    on
I'enmmbuco, a chihl of ine and a brook, have won out with apparent Wednesday January m 1006 by
halt years of age who is ■! feet 2 i case. Cily Clerk Prest received of- Rev Fortune Andrew J Hamilton
inches in  height,   and   who boasts aj flclal notification this week that Mr.  of Fernie, to Miss Myrtle McKcnnie
mustache and a deep bass voice.
Anderson had been appointed.
of Elko.
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   All kinds
ot repairing,   dive me a call. TUB   UllAN BROOK    UBIIALI)
JCLINE'5 popular j || Ask Vour |)ealer
; BARBERSHOP    "
J is now located m  its comfort-  •
t able and attractive new quar-
f ten in the Manitoba Hotel.
^   I ins institution i- just op-lo-
* date and is modcrnly equipped
J to du iust the Hest work in all 1
t branches o! the ton orial art. 4
* ♦
* — *~*.-4-**~4-*—"4--*"4--»"4-4"*-*-*-4-4-4-+
•vl BOQUETS FOR THE HERALDh;^-^--   ,
i   ... ... . ii. .,1.1  .,,
FOR
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iviapic   Lj*zd.i  . .,;,,„,,.„i.„i I.,, ii.-n
* success, al-lelid-,
rs
RBMHMMS^I'J
W. R. BEATTY,
PUNEKAL DIRECTOR,
CRANBROOK, ll   l
TELEPHONE sn
IHBHS2S5r££*!2_:3fiJ
LvLtuOei
Drink Home Beei |[
It is Pure
It is Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
The lines made for du-
r ,b;,". possess a remarkable deorce ol style, while
the stylish lines are very
durable.
on them—you may if it is
not.
Ask for e.nd insist on
getting Maple Leal Rub-
I'.Tir there are no others
jtist .is good,
IS    \   III I ',
i     I*:   Simps ii iii >l tin   II. ..,1.1    are
nil  mil!      UI'INION. ilndnl
.,,..1 the district.
■   i lire    is    ll.i 	
(   lh     I*     I Tlie   lleiiil,! A  Clllllll I'AI'I II
Cranbrook,  11.  ( _      .....    „ ,
Saiiiloi, si.ii
ai'   s'-    ■'•■ ynur   I linsl     ., . ,,:;.,„  , ,   ||u, ,.,..
iiumtiei i i
Id.       Dl al |i li
l,.,.    i,.,,!.,,,,,,     .,„,...  I    I'i    Hl'Il   I     !'•
i, .i aid stands al    lhe
nmeUlil ',    . '.   ...in   : .    .
ige eastern ,
ul w..cii    our'cause there is
il, jt ■■   ,      in the    ui"
.....     latiilatioii    I'l"'    Herald I    dmi
;, :..       "   :'■■  liu   n- ih .trie!   II   '
., ishes " *'''     Is hi .i ' i , i
ii,,iil.t , astlj   serve
iiuch larger ni
Iturj n   .ill i.n   .i n table , i
Tl .■ f,.., no k lh rlui     ample nl lhe   ,, m.i , .0 ! eulei
m   ,ii,; , . .i lieautj .imi ni *.'.■  '.i'i i.. ii impel   men    I
You  cannot   make   .1 B * n ei in   in .,  cm    live wh„ ,- ,l ...
'   es il It i.s Iiiiii   i..11  .1   rid        llie I* '.■  ■
,.„J,„,.v   ...   --;•;■>.        ■   t'ruiil   ii . .... ..,.1  ..i  Hi*. I'rai    I'm   ll .,   i
bers   il   tlie    emblem    ol   E        .      ■ ., the lleraMlnMlu' Nelson linilv Nei       iill   ,„m
the Dominion is br.mJc J Hm',1    I * ,   .:..,   .  *', ;, i'. ,,
*i iiiu.l io i,... .    li .1 nl    llie   Kmiteiia;     11
Ihal .ri.     "Old Man'   Simpson has  riches lu  lie mm,,  pul  tnrili to gel
certainty a   «      .       tn   " .',1'
hilll.-U illn, I   llll . 	
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ASSISTANT   I.AM,   COMMISSION-       	
I,.|.N  ,,,,, ,S|., 1   tbhrldgc     II. raid    li.   .,i..    rn.'
Irving   ,,„i.,i.. a    * .lo,.I     in
V.nii.m. ..  Hn . .Ian.  I, 'nn mil,  ll (H.I  Man"  when  ue      ,i
.11;   n,.ii   Simpson—I  have jusl   |„-   ,!,,,,    l„     Oranhrook   Herald
rused Willi mui . |,l,as,in  ymir Xmas even- page ,,( ii. Is wnrlli ll
mil      and    lul lliel   ,,| il, \fan    i,,     n-anli I,   n
ist to i     lin-i   C, 1'   It. mail   who i-nunii-j  round ah in      Nol ., ilns
as    will,    us on   lhe   i'rows   Nest j 1 iy  in  Hie ilistrlel   is forgotten and
instruct mi i n copy ,,( ihe Annual In Ilu  hand   nl
ll is i. ii.i.,!i  ,i Due liumlicl  I 1   t-npll.ilisis    in     ihe east   ii      Ill
was pl,.i-,*.l  i  , Irom   lhe  ill.,     lliem  |., Invest   their coin in    he
'I thnl  i, imii
1. Me Co., CU!.
\ ANI-l'l \i*;k. Il.c
Selling Asrcnts for the West
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4, l     Inisiiii'ss prospers : : ".
* PERRY & FITZGERALD f
2 Authorized movers nl (lie *
4            Mason & Risch Plana.  jj
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Pete's Barber  Shop
lias removed Irom llie IVentworlli
hoi, I lo uexl do, i lo A. 1'. llow-
ui .,* and upposilc u.u* li.oik hulld-
> .. I invito everyliody. My work
,,;l give sail.I.., *,i iii. Firsl-elass
,...;.,i ..hop.
P. .1. Leithauser, Hgr.
CRANBROOK, II. C.
v fS
%        BRICKLAYER and        *
••;       CONTRACTOR       &
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... Ki,nm-',',  Boiler,   Iiuiii.','. X
I. nml b*irepluee work a special- ,1,
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THE RAGE
g this   season   for   Xmas   gifts ;
are potraits in sepia plat-     j
inumwith a very ar
tistic mounting, '
which is entirely
new
% work mulortnkeii. < talura luft *>
t       .1. I), MuBRIDE'S        *l
*j» will rooievu prompt attention. •;•
Prest Photo Co f|i
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STOCK BROKERS  . Dominion and Provin- j
1 4 cial   Land   Surveyor. 4
AND DEALERS IN
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WANTEDi— Western Oil and I* LANDS »
Diamond Vale Shares. 1 t _
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Waghorn, Gwynne & | »-""-"—«-"-***"-'-*'—'■*«•«■•
Company.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
•     PAcifi
RAILWAY
DAILY
TOURIST SLEEPER
SERVICE
Effective, January Isl
WEST
From   Ki-vi-1 loltc   to  Scatllp, Van
cou ver.
HAST
From Dunmor. .luncllon tn Toronto
SI NUW, Tl KSI1AV,- Ui:ii\l.s
DAY   FRIDAY,
Muntroal—MONDAY, THURSDAY,
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St.  I'anl-IIAII.Y.
Standard Sleeper
Vancouver Trains, Slocan Route
For lull particulars, first-class   or
tourist sleeper reservations, apply to
local agents or wi Ile
.1. s   CARTER       i:    I   I'llYI.K,
li P. \., Nelson. A.O.P.A., Vancouver
0. Hillier, Akl'iii, i>antir(ink.
Try The Herald
for Up-to-Date
Job Printing
Our Prices Arc Always Right
Geo. R. Leask & Co
BUILDERS and
CONTRACTORS
llur inn li ii our nilvertiseiiiont, hill tv,
pul ihi I in tli, Ilurnld.to
einplinsiiu it.
CRANBROOK, 11. C.
Near l,.iii.i ..iiimlroni! \i,■„,„■.
McVittie & Laidlaw.
Mining Engineers
and Surveyors,
CRANBROOK, B. C
I'HOS. T. McVITTlE. P. L. S.
I. T. I.Allll,AW. -I    I'l.
'*  PHONE 132
■7
Fl NCHES
% i HOME    MADE    BREAD      \   '*
^ { MINCE PIES. MUFFINS     \  '*>
®  ) AND CRUMPETS
| FINCHES  (1
rl, \ Home Hade Breild Shop
■i ( Il:,,i-i„, Ave., ■- ('runl„,,,ik
■?'^M<$>l>*<Hvt^Kjx$>*
Ing TWO nl*' THE BEST.
Klinl iTgarils to all old Iriends audi   Troul  Lake     tliuin.    Ileview:-Th,
Willi everj   ; I  ivi 1, ,,l  lhe season.  Christmas     liunilicr!   is   -■■!  In     lh,
Verj   Kills   i- ills, i Phoenix  l'i,a    1  , nl ft .       oil  II. 1
,1.   I silale  Dauiier.    laid  are  n   l-mlll   l„   (' nil Ilall   news
iinm.     The I'ii.ii..,!' Is  ll i, i. 11
KEV. THOMPSON ENT11I SIASilc
\ ictolin,  B.C.,  .1, 11.   1,   1	
llr.   I-',   l'i,  Simpson, The Cranhrook
Herald:
hook   [„
nt
.-lili'i lllnslrale the res lire 1 11
. ui. '.in.       I<   is ai! exeelleul
>r, nml Brer Willeox li s ;- 1
wilh  hi lh  tccl.     'ihr  live nli
( 1!,, Cranhrook 11*11 lias
mure  excelled      hlluselt.     Tlu
I    Is     nlsn    publish  !  in ho 1,
:,nl    Ils paws ..ii* lilled    wllh
('
ill
I'l,
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e   which   vnu    la;   . Tlu
  k- Herald'is all right, Cran*
■nok    iiu* i; all   right, aud    Easl
rnvures  of  local   ■-.
irks nl .,11.     We
1 , Simpson ,11,1 I.i
MOVIE
ll' 1    the  Moyie Leader.)
Mm    I-*    .1     M, \l.,l„„,   |S   I,,,,,,,.  ,,,„„
ilmosl entirely
■ ,*,   ,, ,.*,,,   illness
• '" anl    grand-
' ;   her,   Irom K,,ii
.   1 Nichi ls„n will   ti*.„*l,
11     ,   . -.,   ,,!    *   ,     Mnyie
I
Ml      llawki   * ne ev g
Ivveiily-
-   pari  in,
,    Cm*.  1 ...iiiu, ui
luu    ,11b spenl.
     *   Smulnj
ml   il   Is  now  I uteri .1   mill    .1
I ol ii I'll .' II     n.i ■
■   ,  iia;    thai
. ml ,1 has li-vii
ilil    11  ..ul  Owen .   H 1111.I...I
il    „   I     .0,-1  I
t'run       1   on New
vim ntlciiihi.    .
. n    '. id Hi .   II   I'm
...       .        tt   11   1 ulu
11 1   HI     l.ni.l.-ll.
, Id, ...1   ,.,,    ii,    Si
,, Ine   tui     ■    11 ul i„* pa .1
' *.     .1 uiry K,  lo   .il.n.
1  , ..,,,,.h.i   tn l„* ilislrl
ni. 1 1    ;   |ii. eni    on  lbe 1 aptial
■    null      1 .   Iii ,i„„l an
ivd for uesl \i    ;   ,     lie  levi'iilh
1 id 1,   ihe I'limpaii;  and In hi.    II ,*
■ .lal 11 ilis 1 ilnii,sl np    1.1
1        Oaynnr, f. in,, ,1s  ul    Moyie,
vi I'      Wed I'sda;   In Phoenix    id
He wns nbiml 31 yeai 1
 ,1 , amo Irom I ucknini   I li
. 11    employi'd     al      lho
I     mil;,,     .lli,II       ' Wll    llllll III.
i;, 1101  ti,    .... it know 11    in
ivberi   he worked  loi  n   enn
lenglli ol ii  as 11   sion,
m,    11 ., I lia let ler,
I  . Mil  o|  lb,,   tlellindlsl
Id    lioir ; iiliiini mn 1 in.: i.n
ih't'liol   .1  nil  .m in  lhe  ■..   Ir;
, une      Wcdtii ■ iai  an,*,
. The I ii-.v. .0.    -   lhe llsl    ol
i 11   lllllll:  Pre ; '. lit,  Mrs.     .1
Filch   Vlte-pr,  Idem, Mrs. ,1. II.
Hiss    l'i,,we
i-asiiru. Mrs. .Iiihu III 11 kl.ui 11. Tin
nl   he ,iil are in a very sai
, Inr;   sl-ate, and ever; ihii,: prom
i'.divard Ftirnl       1, ; I.., > pai
ii .i.i fot   lhe (ii',,1   S'nrlliel
Iv   ■    tviii  ,   tl 11 ie llll. i\,. I,   01
ij      Mr. l'i  nisi   has Uu, Shapp.
el  .1  * . :;r *. ,.i| "ami. I ,,ii.l in.ik
Stocktaking  Sale
■
\Am9*
Wc arc ro* taking stock and we find a
number ol articles that wc will sell below
thi- re^uhr prises such as Stoves, Tinware
and numerous other articles at
McCallum & Co.
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yr5| : OUR GOODS ARE RIGHT |
j OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT \
* Out ol Town Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention
K,
a  Happy anil
'.rely villus
.  ,). 'I
disk.
liKST IH-'  ITS  KIN
1NTEREST1NC1   RE IDINO.
Clul.lei, Star:—The holiday  nuinhei
>l the Cranhrook Herald lias reached
■he Slur palaee.        ll   is   Is pages,
, ,ieh Iwo    inserts, Illustrating     lhe
'l,s""'  maiiv    industries ami hand nine residences nml lunl.In,,s ,,[ llie hest town
in East  Kootenai-,     brom "kiver to
kiver" i, is chuck full nf Interesting
reading matter.    The printing proves
that  "Old    Man"   Simpson employs
I't'jSlS
s. si. I',i 1 !,,,s. secretary nl lhe
Nelson hoard ot tuul,, in writing,
s.ivs: "Have received eopv of Annual,
which i*. Hi, li.si -et-up ol its Lin.l
i,*i the interior.   Thanks."
A SPLENDID Nl S1BKR.
Orecnv I Times - The Cranl rook
Herald has issued a splendid holiday,  1SS arK, „,„., Sl,,,„, „;„„,, ,.
A CREDIT 'In 1 u INTIROOK.     j '"S their new church Uu- Presbyterian
' -This   has been c "K'^snH"" arc I" he congratulated
special   numbers,   ""i '"-ly on the splendid edifice which
nie   Ciuiikrook    HcraW    i-siu-il    a| Ihey   have erected,   hut also oa thc
way iu whicli ihe dedicatory service..
NEW CHURCH OPENING
The long expected has at lasl mm.
Nelson  I
Cbrislm
In  that
tli,1  was u 1 ii-lit
,,  1..1111:: nlv.
A OREAT EDITION-.
Oquawka   (Ills.)   Sp,
he bus,   known
in all his scetlop   ol
nl the Cranbrook Her
It booms'' llial secti ,11 of Canadi
wilh all the skill ,-f iis nble editor.
A lllll ADVERTISEMENT.
Vernon News:—The Cranhrook Hei
... l.l has done Itself proud, in ils An
nual .-.Iiiiini, presenting some excel
1,1.1  lull-page grouped flews ns   wcl
possess great value us' an advortise-
inenl of Ihe possihlllllcs ,,( Hi, country.
A    COMPLETE   REVIEW.
(iiiiiiil Forts (I,:-, I l,*:-Aii unusually largo number ol special   illlions .,1
various   papers have   appearc, s
1'hrislluini, and perhaps never at anv
,,1,•vious time In  Hi, lu tury ,,f   Hi',*
,* iHv I,,,,  lbe reader had 11,.'   rc-
.uiini's ,,( l'i* Konl nn. ' ami Suuth-
, 111 British Cnlilml ia unl  heforo l.iin
1 form. In Easl Koolenay lhe
Cranlirnok  Herald's     sprcial islition
l„l!   in  a  li.*..lulls 11,1,1 complete  Will*
iiii, the dislriel   surrounding    llial
CIIANBROOK    HEItALD  ANNI  M.
;-Residenls    ii
..ver, coiiducled un Sabbath lasl
(ev.   C.    Vi.    Oordi 11 (Ralp
Conn I Wlnnliiog, eon In, nd l,,,t.
11,0 niuriiiiii:    .iii.-l evening diets    ol
worship 1111,1 alsu addressed the Sah-
balli   Sel I    scholars     ami    their
frit nils in il.e afternoon,
''."I Th, subject „f Mr. Gordon's dis-
lourse in il.e morning was "The
'11.mess ni lhe Church" as illuslr.it-
d iu lhe lilnlli chapter uf Si. Mark's
tospel by Uu- incidents in connection
'.ill, lh, Transfiguration scene mi
he mountain am! lhe healing ni Hie
lemonlac child,
In th, eieiiing the thoughts presented were founded on the Incident
a' Hie Rich Young Ruler coming to,
Idl ami being ollered hy lhe Christ,
ie-| "Clmracler, l-'riinilsliip' ami Eternal
Life." Both these services were
v,iy Impressive ami will lung he remembered hy the members nf the
congregation .nul tlieir iriends who
were so fortunate as to participate
in Ihem.
Another uml musl delightful phase
nl Hi, Rev. Mr. Gordon's strong personality was afforded (he people nf
Cranhrook when he appeared on Monday ei,i.in, ,,s "Ralph Connor" ami
unit' readings from his own writings
—"The Chi ist mas Service in the
Lun,ler CiiiuI'." from "Black Rock,"
and "Tlie Building mnl Opening of lhe
\,iv Chinch," Iron, "The Ski
Pilot." Sir. Clordon's singing i'n
connection wilh these readings added
greally in lheir effect,
From lbe many nearly expressions
„f good leeliug heard  regarding Mr.
,,   ..    ,       .   I Onr '« services   il   Is  cviden!     he
Phoenix I'lonrcr.-ltesidenls in hlaH greally added lo his nlrendy
Cranl,™,,-, from pn-vioiis experience mw elrcle nf friends ami well wish-
iiiiii Editor Simpson, ,,1 Hi, Herald,,,.,, hv ,(is vWl  ,„ ,.,,,.,, ,.„,,,,
were le \|i.*u some :    preltj-     |,,.v   Ml.  \s,...,,,,,,,,. n,,,   ii,.'c,„„i-
'11,i- in Hu- nniiual which he aiiiiouiiceil   m.|d and Kev. Mr. MeKiflnp, ,,f Hnv
i"i Hns |v,|;r'.'il,:l, ,'(!!'.vi,;(.:"1;1   ,;","   'nou.l. wet  the |,l„n,,i!„  \l,„,!.,'y
l.inl lu fm,' Iheiii      tt,
, colon,   depict I
East   Kootenai-,
ss   in (  C
1 f
'Iiuii
tu f, ,1  air, ihii,.'  lull   prnil
llbllealioii.    'li  mil ,. ,.,,
II':   .-hill- ua Iel   Ihe 1,   derslilp    ul
' Miss    lihu.la    Leilch i,'i„lii,'.l    must
exeelleul tiiu-i<-, hull, at  il„ Snhltnth
services     ami    uu     lli.11.i.n   evening.
Mi-.s Lelleh's siiighig ivus pnrlicuhir
ill   v., cciveil.
ilislnne'e, in lln* pnbllcllv line, 1,1-
ivards inakiio Ihal dislriel much
';,n,.,' luu.v,i, iu Hi, ntitsidc world,
ami Ihose uhu read it cannot hut
have a iavuialili' impression nf Crnn-
ik ami Easl  Knnlelinv in general.
HI I SI u,"     Sii
. pace, all righl
A   II .NDSOME  NUSIBE
, fling ,1
A llll: TIMBER LIMIT,
'ih, l!,,l,insiin-Sli'Ki'ii/ii' Lumber
company hive .iust secured n h-.isi-
1111 uver aim square miles ,,f Umber
limils in lhe E'ilniuulnn country nnd
are shaping up mat his for some big
r luisin, ss in lhe future. .Mr. Slelven-
Tj'/.ie iusl relunic'l from there lasl
week and siys Ihal Ihey have enough
limber now In keep theni busy fm*
tl*,' nexl twenty years.
Oi|ui*,'.il„i (III*,) Journal:—Knil K.
Umnsm.'s Chrislmns eililiou of tlm
II     ('.. Herald, wa:
NOTICE.
e mlin,   llml   I   will  bear   nml
"tie   Ti',i„lsmm.s'l    ciirisiiiinT edu "C"'''"!''"' cases nn Monday, the   liilh
ii.i       11.1 iiii -1 mil1.*, t     .'iiviiii,is   1'iir-    1 .     , ,     ,     1 1      ..1
lions ih*' his ei.,* iu,1, tn this of- ^   '     January,   Instant,    at    In
ii,,.     ', i   ,',,.,,!,   m'   ,,,, 1 .„,.,',;,., 1 o'clock a.  111. nt mv chamber's, lin-
". ii„   ,",. v i,, !,!"•■: ..   i'i 'hit ,- ui- l"',ia "k -'iii-dlng, Cranhr i,   B.
in*, ami lhc  .-, pagi    ui adverlls- ,*,,vl"'" jl ls ,lllo?iHl ll,a.1 ""»' I",''''
Ing ivii.ci!  H, faei  , f... t  il,,    inwn s"".s   ."""in   has been    Improper!;
is   (Ull   Ul
paper co
l cA L.  McDERMOT \
WHOLESALE
Wines,  Liquors and Cigars        |
♦   CRANBROOK
British Columbia   ♦
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99 I,-,s to notify tit" ivsi I *u" ut 10isi K'n.iti'iiiiy that ho has
J.0 n i Iml., MINERAL WATER FACTORY to his cstuli-
*8 lishmenl nn I wuuld cordially suli,-it any residentor truvol-
J* or to call or send for 11 smiipli! order (pnrtioularly  l,y the
4*n 1 r.i lot ami iritiirnittni's liis u*,, Is superior to imv in the dis-
^^ trict,   Tlio public (ire respectfully retpieBtetl to visit usund
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BLAIRMORE
(From lhe Times.)
A. i'.    Hernials is   again the man
pushing th,* 1 11 Uio Pinchei Creek
Echo,
Constable Law ilu- week shol line,
horses belonging in Jewel a- I'c.u"-
sun. al  Hillcrest.     They were allliet-
"II.il," liiain is nut this week offering  lu  Wllger  $511   Ihal   he   La-   a
Hie Pass ll.ai walks on two legs. II,
iill ni, Mike Kussi on chicken Hie olh-
;bl  n'ul m.u*  is  Willi
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•I-1-WH-I-H-1-H-l-H- I-l-I -I -I-1-1 -l-M-M "" '
I The Cosmopolitan
i-i*  ———* —	
it
II
II      E. H. SMALL
Manager
i
The   place   where   a  ;j
man will return after   ||
stopping once.
4-i ' **
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^-H-^i44^4-^l'.|-hhl-H-H^-4'l-l^l ri'l'll'l-IWil'lii
iY2fmTS^fJ[laili m.!^SS*iiWS!Hi*HR^iKliaaSHI
hums,  i'ai  Mil., is the clrampioi
Hi s district.     A v hungry man    in
li. ,1.   Hillcrest , i any of lhe other
Pass  1..uus ulu, wishes tu back In-
can have his money covered In  calling 1,1 ilie Blairmore hotel
During lbe week is has developed
Hail inure than one responsible
parly have had tlieir eyes up,,11 secur-
Iric railway system lu conned lho l&jl
Pass lowns. ' li i.s known thai all; jjj
uf the towns in the districl ale
growing rapidly ami that Hi, iu-
crease in population will he greatly
Increased within tiie next lew
months. It is also a well known
fael thai there is hul one thorough.
far, in lhe ivl:.ile dislriel and thai a
road un it. in,like in a cltj', 11 ill l„
able in capture th,. whole of (he tralllc. While lhe immediate value nf
the franchise may nnt he so great it
would I.n* ine very valuable in lhe
near lui,ire. We arc nul al liberty
ihis week i„ pul,lish any nf lbe details, hul those figuring on 11,e road
hope I,, hnve ilie r plans completed
shortly, when we wi,l be al liberty
to publish them.
A Neat Hveryday
Bool For Boys
HERALD ANNUALS FOR SALE
-oie-iw-n,.,, ,„,,',-i,u,ts "mnl1, nnilHcd    from    or placed     on'  tlu
isi.ii ... 'liuv-.lv 'ages      , "'"•■"-' Usl    "I the Municipality    uf I
_!__ •   lx paECS'     I lhc City nf Cranhrook lor the year
"'  ls A l,l';A|:TV* Mhi.i'lai Cranhr ,,. B. ('.,    this
('ALL AT Till*: HERALD OFFICE     Muylo     Lcndcr:-The      Cranhrook 1 Olh day ol January, i.Oli.
(II! ORDER    BY MAIL.     2r,e PEP Herald A ,1 is a beauty, and   the P. 15. Wilson,
COPY. AND SEVEN CENTS   FOR whole uf South    Ensl Kootenay    is Judge nf the County Court of   East
POSTAGE. given excellent representation iu   R.I      Kootenay. '2-lt
iyn' goiiiiiiia Scotch Grain
li.-ils.. ittado ,m 11 round tuo
Inst, with circular viuiip nntl
heavy solu, This ll,,,,i will
defy tlie roughest tisiige,
Eoy's Sizes from 1 to 5
Youths' Sizes from 10 to 13
Vour dealer has thein. II
not insist on hint securing
them for ynu.
MnnulVlnivd  By
J. Leckie Co., Ltd.
YANCnl'YI.K B. C.
V	
AUCTIONEER
JOHN HUTCHISON
"HUTCH"
Will take an Auctioneer's Licence as soon as one
can be procured Iron t'le Municipality.
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