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THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
VOLUME   7.
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY,   MARCH   31,   ,;,,,,.
NUMBER
The Canadian Hank of Commerce
Head Office, Toronto.
Hnv. Oh.. A.COX, 1-ii-siili-l.t. 11. K. \Va1.ki*:k, Gen. Mill .
' Call Un  Capil.nl     $8,700,000.00
Kent      3,000,000 111
l'utal Resources Nav .III, '0.1 u.iiiiii.iiiin mi
Deposits Received,   Qeneral llankini* Business Transuded
SWIMdS iUNk DEPARTMENT   li.-n.-sin Received  Interesl Allowed.
PRESENT RATE OP INTEREST THREE PERCENT
IIAXKIXII in   Mill    Pi-nnalia iniiv no tmiilt. anil withdrawn liy nuill.
  iiiimi. C.)iuniiiiii.-!.lli.n«iuli1ii'»».'.l
JMORE RAILROADS
Tlu-  ll.-nilil  would  like  i" net- individual-, who nn   int.     ■■■    4::
work    Btarted    on   the   Spokane the l«*oji-.-l ot  building      ini I wny
In-.* Ii of the C. 1' It. thi   Koote from Cniwfonl lw)  lu lli*-  Kuotu
uny Central unit the (lrt*iitKortheni nay valley,   Thu inatt.-r  1b  la-ine,
li-   Morrissey t" Michel,    The taken up thia year wi
CRANBROOK BRANCH.
llu.Uniiil.nH.li I.i
mli 1
F.
I n in- |iniiii|<i iittuntitn
MAI.PAS, Manager,
.,, <,?l,,«,{i,,,-4.i<J<; it,,*! j,«,4,J<>M94J.4,:,<l,3,4i,l>i
I      IA1PERIAL BANK OF CANADA      \
Z Capital, Paid Up $2,983,896 *
J Rest $2,636,312 2
Z HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO, ONTARIO. 2
*' T. R. Herrltt, Pres.   D. R. Wilki,-, Vice Pres. and Gen. Manner i
THE ST EUGENE,
I CRANBROOK BRANCH $
5 SAVINGS  DePARTMENT«|,NNTKTs.Tsao,VBD \
* A general banking business transacted-. Drafts sold availa- JJ
<n ble in every part of Canada, United States and Europe. Special *
Ut attention to collections. F. H. MARSH, Manager.     J
5 t***
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»»?»»t'*oHv»*»*»»Pv»*»»tn*»*tf»f»f#fV»y*ft*»»'' *,
EASTER   TIES       ||
VVj have just placed $»
         in stock the swellest S#
lot of lies ever shown «*
4*
in Cranbrook.    We t*
*:*
have a lovely line of i|
ASCOTS     I
we would  like you j{
to see.   We have all J{
Iniiltliim of tlii'sr tlinv  i*";i'ts   wl
boof lt.-.-iI U'lii'fil  to tli.- ilistricl
;is ,1 whole, Sinn* it will fiirnibIi
llllli'll   lli't'ilnl  ll'.'illHJHirhllinit   flicili
tics.
Th.*   i*.i,*i.l   Prom  Cmnhrook   to
Spnkfliu* is jnsi wli.it is  11 li<l    in
ihis town to u'ivi' it mi impetus llml
will boihI ii rapidly forward, I*
iimko Cnuibrook llio Ktitowny
tu Smuli Etist Knul.'iuiy I'm- nil
trnfltc from thosoutli, antl ndd to
its important*!) its ,-i railway and
t'lHIHIH'Ivi'li I'l'lltcr.
Tin* Kootonay Coutral will sup-
ply transportation fnottitlt'S to thr
Kootonay valloy nnd jji-oatly lx*ii«.
lit Furl Steele, by p'acitiR ii hi
coiiiiiiiinic'itidii with the rioh iigri-
i-iillunil iiml mining districts to the
norlh. This nuni will also provo
of groat commercial value to Crnn.
brook, innl the ivst of tlm district
The extension of the Groat
Northern from Morrissoy to Micho]
willirivetheKlk valley two lines i.l'
railway anil place Fernie in lhe
position ut' a competing point, ,*i
Poet tlmt will add very materially
to its importance in a commercial
way,
These projected lines are not
pnper railways, but business projects based upon tonnage in  Btgbl
curliest ne-8-s thai indii iti Kiiceess
al no ilisUinl il it< 'I In Herald
representative found lhe iiulers in
the inoveuielil   thol'i >ty III -   [KJBtod
us to id.* resour !' iii--;!  volley,
nnd the value uf the mil I as n
direct route from ensl lo weal \ in
iln- Crow to (Vauhrooli and the
projected line from ' 'rnnbroolt to
Praetor's lauding, M is ti route
that »"ill Bave from -forty tu fiftj
miles in distance including ti long
ferry, There is an engineering
difficulty thai has to bu Burmount-
wl in getting over the Biimmil al
Koolenay lake, bill lliis con he
accomplishwl. In .-ill probability
;i party of surveyors will I"* in the
Held ns soon as the Sliow lias ^one
<tV enough in permil it, .-nnl
ipon the result of their work will
11 future action depend.
Spokane Wants It
James Rynn, on his return to
Crnnbrook slopped in Spokane a
day. He says the business men
there are anxious to sir the Corbin
road huiil. oiid will do nil iii their
power to secure connection with
thoO. P, K-. nn liulopuwfrnl line,
Furthermore, they ore ot)xious to
BOUND TO HELP.
Tli--r,- is n jiii-i-i- nl 11.-us llin!
will I.i- Iu-anl with pleasure by ,
iii-ri result-ill "f .'r.-iiil.,-.»>U nn.l
lhat it tin- statoni.-iit tlllll lln- I j
P. I{ shops iii tliis town tin- In l«-
greatly viitniKiHl, mn- ni.-i.-liiii.-i-. j Tlii-n* si-i-iiis tu bo littlo tloulil
milled mul tlu* fori-o ..( .•11111lt.yc--.1UJM bill llml tin- d.-libi-rnlioiis of
largely im ii-.-iM-.l, Liisl wi'i-li 11 the loud mine owners will result in
party of offloads consisting of Win. - 11111I - :- 1 -in-: of nil tlio pro-
CrosB, assistant to second vice pros portics 141 Ilu- Kootouays. Tliis
U1f.it,   It.   It. .liuiiii mm,  general W..11M miiiii of t-onrei-, thnt tlu- St.
■Illporillleil'lelit      Illlil      S.      PhippS    Kllgl'IIU    Wllllltl    Ill-Mill   ii|il*l-nlii)|is
lliastor iiii-'-liiinii-. \isilril Crnn-
I'lunli for tliu |iui*|iusi' ut' looking
ovor the grom.tl, anil tho part) ilo-
i-iilwl llml lllliohill n-i- work tllimfar-
 i-l.v BlionltllKitloumit Cranbrook.
This will result in n greatly in
i-1'i-iisi-.l pny roll nml tin* bringing
iul.1 town ..I' 11 numbor nf skiilril
mechanics. Tin- atltlitiou Io Iho
■hops will In- train mi in 7-"i fi-i-l
uutl machinery fundi kilitlsofwork
in iln* wny nf heavy r.**.... 1-11,14- will
In- instnllotl.
GROWINGBETTER
lluit will afford milfii-ionl  revenues Ispl'1'1™! i-onnoolion  with  Smith
styles
and shades, }j
We have them tied J:{
and untied, hut which J {
you can tic inln Ihc lines! J J
tic you ever saw tied.
Fort Steele Mercantile Co.
1
« c
* »
«■ *
nf tin- start to innki' Ilu- raiuls pi,,-
litnlili- onos. Anil tho l'not thnl
tlioso ronils nn- prajoctoil by cool
hi'iiili'il business mon. il.-inotistrato
mnic fon-ibly porhnps thun nny
otllor lliovoinoiil i-oultl, tin-miliniil
nl roBonrcos of this inars-olous ilis-
Irii-I. ll shows thill tin- linniii'inl
wuilil lins it's oy- on South   Fusl
Ensl Kootonny, ns tlu-y .ipproclnt.
iln- fart liim this illslrli-l Is bound
tn lu-11 growing um-. nml ,1 great
proiliin-r nl' hiisiiinss.
Ureal Northern Bxicnslon,
Reports si-i-in  In  inilirnto Hint
    ...-.MM     4,|t     l-JUIllU       U.11SI   j I -,|      I . ,|
Kootonny, nntl is ronohiug mu  ..,1'-'""™  «'lll In-   InniipiriiUHl   nl  nu
p;ii-li.-ip.-i'l,- iii Iiii-1,111 a I tinios Hi.,, j '■•uiy *'■■" ll„ 1-il--..si [ il,,-
nri-to follow. Git'iil Northern from  Morrissoy to
  Mii'hol.     This   uill   1110 11  lively-
Railway Down 81. Marys.           liinos ill thnl  pnrl  of tho ilislrirt
During tho recent visit of The this  siunuior, mul  prove 11 great
Hernlil editor to Rosslniul  In*  11 boom to tho town of Pernio,
Expensive Hair Cuts.
Tin-i-i- n iv Iwu nn-ii in tliisilistrit'l
wlm Iiml  llml   il   is expensive In
keep thoir hair in anything liiu
|il'i-si'lit;ilil,' slinpi*. -1. T. Iturgoss
('. I'. I!, ngenl nt Kili-lii-in-r Iiml-
it iii'.-1'.ssni-y lu niiili* tn t'raiibi'ook
every six weeks ur Iwu months for
tousorial uttontloiii mnl tin- trip
costs him (min '>". in slu. Hurry
Drew piu]ii*ii*tur ul' lhe North Slm-
hotel nl Kiinlii-i-li-y rovisoa the
uiili-i* ul' tilings nml hus n biirbor
i-uuii- lu him ,-iliuiil once ii mouth,
lb- cuulil nui lenve his buainess
mnl rniiii' lu Crnnbrook withoul
tin- loss uf Iwu ilnys. nml .111 ex-
penso of $10 to SI."., l.ut 11 Crnn
brook bnrliei- run gu fu liiinh-uviiig
nl noon iiiitl reluming ut six o'clock.
l-'m- lln* trip Mr. Drew pnysSo, mnl
Limited \\
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1    i    ;.-,*.*,
Beak & Elwell
11
i
I f Are now Belling 11 pi.-rlii-ul.-uly vnliuilile nml ntlrnolivo plnn i'l' f{
tf iii-.iii.-i;,4,-., ,.1 il-, iniiiigurul.il by the ONTARIO ACCIDENT V9
U  INSURANCE COMPANY', ivhiohis 1 wn ns the *'*
|[     .Mercantile Combination Policy     II
if (I I  iln- broiitlt-sl mnl im-al  prelionsivo |»lu*ii>a. il is '^j,
'i.l, ,-lmiii.-.l. 1I..11 I.a- ever Im-ii  plnoetl lii-fon-the public.   This I*
II |H.li.-y is .ibsuliiii-ly iiiiii,-ui reslriolive ronilitionsj il pnys ini- }J,
J^ nutlinlo nsh fin no loss tli 11'3)1 inline! injurii-s. pnys snrgi n
i I. t*,-il IJ. . I-11 gem i-n! ai'ei.leni ■ uiul  iiioluilos Bit-kuess fentillt-a • •
'•• r.., 4
SCARLET FEVER K
'?'-;' '. I
J-J  mnl ullii-r I'uiilngiuiis ilisi isi ■ --In ii- lln- pi.li,. ht.lilei- ilosiros.  ''
|. Call 4,1 ..tu I11111I iilllt-i   lliikei Hln-ol. Cranbrook, I'm- rntea ']■
i :  nnil olliei' 1 .un,-nl,ir-, {ff
4-     ' •     '     '
 •  .
The Bil.lt- Society. Outside Opinion.
A   well   nttentletl    eting wns      Muyii-      tiomler:      Cruubrook,
lieltl Inst Suntlay evening in Iho 'Uneou nl' iln- ICoofeuny,' has
Rnptist ehurrh at the close of the tlit'iuus of tinperiul (li-eiiluess.
i-.-giilur si-rvli-i-s. -I'l,,. .1,,,;,. a.^^ She is getting so big she will asl;
occupied by Mr. H. A. Slaeoonnell, I lh-* [irovinee I'm* peruilooi-,.,  1,, ,,-,,
president   nl'   tin-   local    brniioh.  "1 ■   She is ambitions in In- a
AiIdr. ss.-s wor* delivered  by   Rev.  city will privileges and prerogntives
Thompson und Kov. fortune, and of 11 iiumicipulity,
ninny interesting I'm-is woro stnlctl 1    In ll"' Insl few months there has
concerning ilu- work nf iln- Uritish | '"'ou 1111 nwnkening in lln- ntlvnnt-
ami l-'i.n 1*411 Biblosociety  ami  its "Bi'a of incorporation.    It is booui.
chief nnxiliaryj the 1'ppor Cnnnila ' big In nlso dawn n]   Iin- uiuler-
liiblo society of which Craiilirook I BtnndiiiB  llml   sh,*   has  territory
wliioli would iii.-itn a great don] for
Moyie, und ail of thia pari ..I' tlio
ilUtrii't.
'dr. Smilh. wlm waa ilm ongineer when lln- iiiiiii- was lust
in uperation, hnd beeu Bi-nl tor uiul
aiii'.iil iu Moyie lust Suluiilay. il
will In- his duly tn gel tho com-
pji-.isnr and pipi*8 illnuiiiiugonler,
Quilt- a iiuiiili.-i- nf moii have boon
iloyetl ih-- past uiontli, am
ytln'ng imlii-ali-s an onrl.V slni't
under Ilu- circiunstauci
henp.
1'ls   nil
Ri'iil's Millinery llis-iiiiy.
Tin*   inilliuoi-y    ilepnrt ul   ..1
DOJ« ?0( i '( ?GOO(    \ t.( f (JCOOOOGGO
O JUST PROM THE MANUFACTURER G
'k ■    vi*   ^ "in,i"ir"'i'"1 i;i'iss s"i,i|1,1''r'"' |':-'|s|''r ©
'" U+l *rifl8,   Bern lluwls. Wiil.-rllutlli-.s. 1 Hi,-.-nn.l   ^j
[]^^^h '■ l'"";|,,r" ""r ]"''-"s Hi,h ""w"n Ji
; W. II. WILSON, JEWELER AND OPTICIAN ; ,'
OOOCDCOOOOO::OOOOOOOGOO'OOOD
Washing Machines
Muke Washing
a Pleasure
This is Uie best
anil it is suiil by
J. D. McBRIDI*
1
has a branch orgauizetl Insl year by
Rev. R, Bryan of Toronto, This
being ilu- centenary yenr nl the
history nf iln- pi-osent Bociety
a thanksgiving fund is b-j-
ing i-iiisi-d ..I' si2,"ill.til:o In greatly
extend ilm work. A thousand
mon, lh-- ablest scholars nnd most
experienced miasioniirica, nre
constantly employed in translating
ami iv.ising tlio bible iii 870 difTor-
ent Inngiingi's nud dialects. SDH
colporteurs nml liiK) bible-women
nro also in the pny uf the society
in the work of distribution of the
publications ot the society, Lust
year the income uf tho Bociety wus
uver £220.000, Every missionary
Bociety is indebted tn lids organization for assistance iu their great
uml growing wurk,
During tin- meeting Mrs. W.
T, It.-id sung tin- snored Bolo"Fnre
iu Fuce," which wub greatly appreciated. The officers for tlie ensuing
year woro elected ns fulluws:
president, R. A. Mucoonnoll: vice
presidents, Rev's. Auvnclie, Ii'iir-
tunu, Beoehain nud Thompson;
secretary, W, T. Raid; treasurer,
P, G, Midpas; depository, It. I'].
II utile; niumbera of tin- oxocntivo,
Messrs, M. Mclnnes, (I. W, Put-
I moro, W, Nobles, and Jus. liiil.
The collectors will be appointed by
the executive nt. a Inter meeting.
A collection ot $13,25 wns taken
up fur tho Centenary thanksgiving
fund.
A full stock uf bililos iu dilfeiont
luugunges will soon In- placed in
Btock ut Mr. Benttie'a storo, which
will bo suld ut cost,
Baled Hay for Sale.
Gootl upland liny,   Apply 1°.
Walter Whitney,
frmn whicli, in ink.- tribute. Lnrg
industries nre being built up
around lu-r. mil uf which will come
11 lnrge commerce uiul inetropolilnii
life; nml she muy well In- styled
"Queen uf the Kootennys."
This is a critical ti  I'm- ('ran-
brook; upon hor lirsl incorporate
nets, im,,-.- tliiin any after, depends
hor destiny. Much depends upuu
her lirsl incorporate mis. more
Ihnn nny lifter, depends her destiny. Much depends upuu the
skill nf tlioso inlu wliuse trust is
placed the responsibility ,,l launch*
ing lu-r ntl'.-iii-s upuu tin- municipal
sea,     NillO tenths uf lhe  evils llml
hnve overtaken incorporated towns
nf British Coliunbin, ami they nre
iiiinu'i-uiis. Blurted out when the
towns Btnrtnd uu their corpomto
careers. There is nu reason, nor
is ii likely, thai Cnuibrook will
start Ilial way,
The business 111,-11 uf Cnuibrook
nro uf more than nvernge correct
business method*,-, 'I'lu- nlfnirs nf
au incorporate town are simply
[lliiin business, and business mon
who successfully munnge thoir own
business, mny bo trusted lu mnnnge
the lnisiness of 11 tuwn. A wuler
und 11 sewerage system will be needed. Tu supply these, money will
have In bo raised upon the properly or upon Ihe credit uf tho
municipality. Witli those things,
nnd street improvements. Crnnbrook will be a pleasant plnco nt
which to live: moro peoplo will gu
lliere, and property will have a
greater value. Wil hunt those
things there cnn not be a city and
tlu-y cnimot bo provided by nny
other method than inrorrjoratloii.
All depends upon ho«  wisely or
Looking lair Markets.
Fernii Free Press: T.R. Stookett,
geiiernl iniiiuiger of the Crows N'.-si
I'ass ('.ml company isat tiutl.-.
Mont., ihis week I.H.king up more
markets for .-..al ami coke. The
cuinpuiiy is now shipping nlioul'iUO
 s of coke   pel*.lay In the Butle|
smelters I there  is yet a market
available in llml ipmrter for nl least
IWU tun*, per'day.* 'I'll.' rapid tle-
velopmei 1 of lie conl mining in-
duslry ha- ini'ii'iiset! tl 0 production
..f coul iiiiii coke thai ilu- Boundary
sinelters can no longer handle mon
ll.un hall' nf il ami hence ilu
iieeossity for other markets, The
Boundtiry smelt.-i-s nre niuuing
-I,-nl bunded al lh.- present time
nv ing In repairs and lln- henvy
suow fall whioh retards the trans.
portiilinn of ores. Tin- ovens annul running ut tlieir full capacity.
Tlu; Pernio butter)- was allowed in
e-u throe .lay, ihis week withoul
drawing nud the Michel ovens had
Iwu days'rest, but despite every
ell'orl in relieve lln- congested con-
dili f tin- industry at least3,000
inns ,,l coke is awaiting shipment
ni Pernio nnd Michel.
nboul S2.50 per I on   mil.
Tin- Wilflc,  Iiiiiii - - :,i
tu the nil plunt, l-OII-
eentr.ile   line.' •    s'45     is
lirii'liu-eil fi r shi bu rt-
ler.    Thnt   is   oipi I   ...    an
oxl   iction To ■ ■    ■
nn- n in ih-' roi ■ menus
lh      ill.- pl-lll-l ----- .: fit! In mi
percent of till
Tin- circumsl -
hnve iii-i-ii wi rkiu-j tlieen
lln-   best.    I ton mill.
while a   100tin  - mid Iv run
with tliostiini   ... 1.   The
loss of nil in tilt- pr    - -    :*   :i Hit
■ue gallon  for e.i -   tile
-i-i- treati i     I-    ■ irman uf
the   board   nt   Li leiirii
thnl   ii-1"   a   ■'  "■   ' lhe    first
mouth's Ireutnii ut isi sl     \\~4*
.ill   il..    bettei ■    ■    with
xperiiiii hint, ami
frmn ostium!  - t,
togt-ther   n-itl  I il   tiignro
ill whit-ll -M   wiil I.-::1
'il. ku pr, ;:. I tl it will I
but $1.25 11
Elmore Treatment a Success
II. Il.i'lau.li-i. manager fm- th.
Elmore    oompany  at   Rossland,
sillies:    -Tlie    past      three   InulllllS
hnve shown ,Ifn 1   lh.-   Elmore  ml
pi -sS is a -11.-cess.     The  nver.'IL'e
j iii onler  i-i
-sii screen, and   tin ai   the   pulp results must In.-coi:
■sos ovor Willi.*y   bibles,  whore|ly business
Reid A- Co's stun- was diviim of
'nitty nm] u source of exquisite
delight In the feminine hear! on
(he occasion nf the opening lust
Fridny nnd Siitunlny, .Miss Hurley,
whn is in ehnrgo uf this dopnrt-
inout, Iiml ninny nrtistic crentions
rendy, ami Ilu- pioiisiug coiubi-
uul-ions of color and ili-ftuess dis-
plnyed in iirriiugi-menl nf miiteriid
won many enconiuuis ul prniso.
Thero wen- huts for young nml old
nnd all kinds nf wonl' uiul the .-ales
were rapid up In tlie ['losing tlO.11
Siiliirilay night.
A Handsome Slore.
(Ine uf the liaiidsnlues! stores  in
British Columbia at tin- prost-nt
linn- is thnl uf the Fort Stoeli
Mercantile coiupany. Messrs,
.luhii and .fake Pink hnve evinced
fosire tu lenve nntliing undone
llml wuuld ndd tu the nppoiirniioo
nr convenience uf the premises.
As n result thoy hnve a slore room
Hint any linn iu Spokane, Vancouvor or Winnipeg in Iheir line
uf business might well feel proud
nf. It is (ilieil wiih atlra.-li-.-4-
gunds displayed in mi attractive
manner, and they are doing wliul
tlu-ir ell'urls warrant, 11 flrst-clnss
business,
Hill's Or-i-niiijt.
The opening of tin- big atltlitiou
tn Hill & Co's sinre   ncelirreil   Insl
Fridny nnd Snturdny, Tlienddition
uf lln- lurge slmw room is a clival
improvement tn the slore, ami
elicited ninny wonls of praise frmn
the great throng uf visitors that
crowded buili lluursiin theopoiiing
days. The milliner)' displny was
nf course lln- the ninin attraction
I'm- lln- Indies and sales wmv made
to people all ovor tlio territory from    	
Kiniborley In Elko and Furl Steelo|Colimibill; \V. -I. SnodgrnBS, Simil-
t„ Moyie.   Hill & Co. have demon,
strntcd    iheir   progressive   spirit
coming In Crnnbrook.
Win tic a Good ' ear.
'I'he N-:,     i   . ... tlmt
BlukeWils 1' Burns
4-c I'.'., isrocogi .1   ili
li. ,'  :■.::■'■   iritios   1        bli    ; -MS   COU-
tlitioi.s in the pi vhen he
expresses ttters
relating In Ira ie i in usunl
weight is nttnchetl t. Mr. Wilson's business takes ; over
tin- jir.". i-i in con-
tact with 1 :-J:-y .
Ti,- refon-. ' goes
.11 record us snyi * n no 'iinn
in tin- lii-:- ry of Bi Ci ilumbin
lias tin- busil ■ lic-eu as
m-hiI as a! pr-- - * v !,4,,k
upon ii as ','■■■■ t of u man
who   knows   whercol
first
- .    - itioii.   The
intended
;.-.-:-
--      - liture.
.*■-'   bv
ity. -.-,1
Tin- miiiii
time is -..I.
methods ii.
to pr,.!,,.,
with tin- 1
In tl 111
Mr. Wils
particul u.
n-L'iir.1  !.,
tin* iiiim-s
Iraiiby in lay ii the  besl
irnpertii-s  i:.   lit.* provim '.    The
mounl of w      1 ing ,h,]i,-
.:i llii- prop  ■ lys   pi ising
I nil Ulis pi-iiju'l-::    - ri   II1VS     1.  !-:rJ
,1    ill-     Inw  grntln    .,.-,-    Emm a,,,) th. results ,   satis-
the Le Roi No. 2 is slighty under factory,     Mr.   Wils
So n ton in gold, silver and coppor ("Pinion tl
-.„1„. ..   'i'l.; ,4, c-n.ol.4sl .44 .l„,[°f a great rr-viviil      I        •   mines.
Chilean mills and sent   nvera   Vj\Vv'    .""'
LIUtiRALS MEET.
Pass Resolutions anil Elect Officers fur
Tlie Xew Vear.
Tin- liberals nf iln- interior met
in Rosslniul on tliu 23nl, and lield
11 lh:- Inyssession, olosing wiih
u mngnifici .-it liampn-t nu Thursday niglit. Tin- visitors wore
nv.-ii.-il iii royal style l.y tin- people,
nf BosbIiuiiI, frmn Ilm lime Ihey
rout-hod ilu- city until they loft.
The following officers were
elect-ill
Duncan b'..ss. nf Oreonwood tho
liberal enndidnto I'm* I'nlu-Cariboo,
|iiesiileiit: .Iniili A. Tnriter. Nelson.
vie*- prosidout; V. K. Simpson,
Craubrook, socrelnry.treosurer;
exooutivo committee, I-'. D. Kerr,
(i:e nwoodi W. II. I'. Clement,
tlniuil Forks; Ur. Kerr, Rosslnnd;
Archibald J. Campbell, Vmir; P.
.1. Deane, Nelson; E. A. Haggen,
Revelstoke; D- McVannetl, Slocan;
.h.lin K.-eii. Kaslo; .1. P. Hutch,
croft, Crnnbrook; Fred Stork,
Fernie; V,'. C,  Wells.  M,  I'.  I'
Mining Machinery Arrives.
Tin- machinery arrived tliis week
for the company thnt i.s prospecting Inml
tin- placer properly nn Moyie river. |
It consists   nf   engine,   hoist   ami [
pump, nnd wus taken  mil   yostel
day by 0. M. Kdwurds for installn
limi.     ll is   the   purpose nf th
iipnuy   tu systematically
kameen,
Thore were 22 delegates present
ai ihe meeting, representing the
following placesi Keremoos, Kaslo,
Cranbrook, Vmir. Greenwood,
Creston, Trail, N'elsi.n und  Ross-
Notlce.
I    .Mrs.   Elsie   Josephenc   Brown
lliaving lefl ni)   lied  ami   lmar.1.   I
1 will   mil   be  responsible  Iin- any
•I.
■lil-HI Lethbridge, Alto,     unwisely il is Join
l«n*t. the ground this slimmer, ami,'''liK '-l,:i1 she may eontrui
if lhe results   warrant   iln  llumei    Dated 20th Jlarch 100-1,
will lie pul iii   fur  hydraulic  | nr '
iaj.es. i        52tf
Allien li. Brown,
Wanlner, B. ('
BRKilir F0K LACROSSE.
A Strong Team Will be Organized for
Cranbrook,
A   11 ting   of   ,:.-    I ..■^'ui;„,k
Lucrosse     elub held    in
MeSv.-eyii ,v Griffltl ..- shop,
Siitunlny Inst, for tin ; urjj se of
re-orgmiiziiiu tho The meet
ing was a Iar4_'-  4. isi is-
lie fri.ni atari ;-- tii isl . nn 1 milling from tin* int, '- t bik , '.•, On*
mcetiugi   Craiibri have a
lacrosse team in I! 1 this year
tlmt will mil haa- to bike second
place with an. nf lli- tennis in iln:
Crows Nest league. Although
(Iroubrook's lacrosse ■. i'.-r the
Insl twn years hi, - I nothing
In wriie homo ,.!..- it. sl 11 tin . have
ilwnys In,]- d for tl - with
the assistance ol I
win. have a -"- I rot'O ll ::i tucri ss.-
circles, will no doubt n ri- ve their
lust laurels in ilu- coining Benson.
The following -'.lie. rs Wore elected:
Patrons, Dr. ,1. II. King, M. P.
P., James Ity,--.:.
Ilmi. President .1. <i. Taylor,
superintendent ('. !'. It.
Hin. Vice-President, Alex.
McKenzie, trainmaster C. I'. I!.
President, R. li. B nllio.
Vice-President. W. I'. Hill.
Sec.'y-Trooa.. S. A. Clancey.
Manager.,I. McSweyn.
Truin.-r. W. D.Jones.
ExOCUtiv. ll,i'l.-e.        lien,
Mimnlmu. llic Bell.Dunk McLean,
.luhii Pinnessey. 11. Cnrrntliers.
Crnnbrook ought in try uml
renew the vear IU02 in spurting
circles nnd by a littlo assistance,
thev nn .Iniilil can.
The club nro doing tin li- best lo
hnve tlio niinunl mooting ul Crows
Nesl League held Iur,-this year. nn: OBAxnitooR herald
CRANBROOK  HERALD
F-dibor and Piopi-ut   :     ij
ED1T0R1AI NOTES.
.Inln, Houston don't like On-
way the cily  of   Nelson   is  lieing
inanae.-'l.
Hurry Wright, of Nelson, is snid
to lie slntoil l'-'i- ih--" lh' '-■ "'' -slil1-
ister "I ininos. When Marry
starts in draw thut S5.000 salary
and have "llnii." us 11 prolix iii Ilia
iniili.- in- won'l i-ecoguixe .Toliu
Hoiiston mi the Btreet.
A nnrrow miiidod m-wspiiper
man   is   like   a   narrow    minded
preilollOl-4       Hi. lield   "I'    ll-.-I'lllnes-.*
is li.uiliil
Let ilu- whole district wurk for
tin- whole district. This is uo
iini.- I'm- potty strifes, poll)' toolings mnl personalities. I ho
knocker whu is living in the similes
../'il. ■ [iiui, ..ill I.- pushed aside in
tlio onward iiinroh of prosperity in
South Kusi Kniiieuuy Tlm mau
who thinks In- cnn injure n lown
by pott) bickering ni some indivi-
iluul In llml lown, sl,,,ii|,| retire in
Ilie life,if a lien,iii..-,ml bilk In the
coyotes nnd owls, lb- .-an Iiml uo
abiding plnce iu lhe nioveiuoul "1
todny thai is united !■> push along
Suutli Fust Kootonny,
Among On- resolutions iiilnploil
ill tin* niooting of the Interior Lib-
end iissocintion last week was one
reoniunieiiding i" On* government
Ihai a representative nf ilu- min
ing interests nf Cuiiii.lu In- sent   In
Si. I is I-, nil.-iiii lln- exposition.
TTio suggestion i.s a   viilunbl *.
4-iiu-i- a ii preseiilntivo nl lliis industry '..mi!-1 li-- alii.■ Iii iln lunch
in spi'i-ml'tug vuluable iufoi'iuation
nf ii roliiible iinturo. Ami iu ihis
coiiiioction Tin- Herald would offer
Uu- unu [.lolin Keen, of  Kaslo.
as tin- besl man I'm- Ilu- position.
Mr. Keen if- pi'osidoiil nf Uu- pro-
vini-inl mining iissocintion, nud is
thoroughly   convei-siilil   wiih   the
|- Iiiim.-i  4,1    milling    in   llriiisli
Coliinibiii, nud i.ilii-r parts nf Cnn-
mln, Flirtheriltol'o, he is a lllllll
wlm onn meel any clnss nf individuals ami  liy   his  milliner al   once
donee. The Dominion government
could in,.',..- un better investment
llinu I,, M.iil .Inliii Keen ns ii   min-
illg repl-OSOllllltivo In lhe Sl.   IjOllis
'•Npnsiliiill.
I ij i I ill    lil j I.
\4^y.-        :   :: ; WLih / / :,
f-, r       I.U.Il.l.     Key C'n> I.-.4.-JC   li	
y&Ss*t)li:l:'''1,,u I o. P.i
,l;i> im-li. ill ll.
:;im-i -lifit.     S
all) Hi. Ili'il.
tt . II   M  I'i
Q. I>. TISDALB,
ProprUMOI nt Mm
Cranbrook
'•McVittie & Laidlaw,
♦
i!
Ciimidii sluiulil I
ulii  Havo
nl minis, unu lu
British Coliuubi
inuislor
nofl	
Uvi-n- I'-'-uriiig iiuiii mi the
i-inislrilclimi nf Ilu- (iralnl Trunk
Pncilic should be proloctod by
governinonl rogulutioiis.
Crnnbrook is being bilked nboul
from Vnncouver in Halifax ns 	
ul lln-  I1H4SI   promising towns  in
I'miinla.
silver. Tin- Hernld is Inking the
big round dollnrs id pin-, singly oi
by ilu- ear loud, Send lhem lllong
I'm* subscription or nny oilier no.
em,I,I due  us.
The building of the tlriiiid Trunk
will In- n grent benefit tn Britisli
Columbia.
Minister   Hivon's onler In  lln
ell'ecl   Iiml   all   piV.ellipt.irS   nf    |,'|||i|
iii British Columbin must pny up
in full liy April I-i. nr  hnve their
lVenrils CI -II -.] I: ll,.llllll In   work
ii luinlsllip mi thoso wlm have
taken up lauds ami lubored In  im-
proVO 'In- MIIIII' lull   111*,!    unable    In
ini" t cash pnymeiits on such short
nuliee. This,inter shmilil I,,* re.
considered ami belter terms
grunted,
.'i Y   ^V
Ml ,
\:%/
Gr   *V7
IK ■■ - ^
mm
K!'i   tMJ.io'A*.
J .*. ;   '-' ZlXL. if "
mk^mm\%
si- v-&-*-';V;*i.
iill .v-.-.-.-Jj:.:-..   ?!
The Gold Medal
given to our national li juor is a reward justified by
the quality <:1 ....
tft-i %& a a &*.s*5 R\ O   v^
craabrook L<»i,e, No.*.11      Candy Kitchen :
l. P. S A. M. | I * !
4...,,, ii,.. |' Candies, Iruits, Nuts,
S»W, >;       11,-4-  ,
»K- V >";"' Il"""l"> '" ■"" I i Biscuits, Pipes and
o w&r -i. .ill-inn.            i j
" Vl I < TobatCOS.                 Obi ns a call •
i
*
M    \   |tl Alt, Siv'y.
*
CUiMiKilin-   BRANCH  ui
Tin:   A. I.. U.   NO .11,7
M,,i,   ,-v,-i4   Siilin.l,,..
,4.1,1    ,44      I     I >     11     I'      llllll
JAMBS QREER
Tin- Contractor
win. tit-is Contracts
If >mi vrniil I" build let nn- know
Mining Engineers
and Surveyors,
CRANBOOK, B. C.
THOS. T. McVITTIE, P.L.S.,
.1. I. LAIDLAW, M. E.
v" i«".r.-..4.ir.ii»ii. noil.* aiiM«|, ;.-• la, l>u>nttlH, ,„ |„,,,;„|, ycmjJohn W. Wolf
estimates  mul   may   Iii l|>  J ut 1
villi smile ideas as tn plans.
i'i.i.s. ent I i: N.i :'.::
KNIGHTS of PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, It. C.
Mii-la llml a. .1  III. Twain)   >   * ,.. ni
1 ' Imli.
.1   A. AIIM4H-. K   II s.
I*. II, 104,1', I1
Vi-ilill<lllll-|lll'llll'lll'llillll.4'llllltl>.|   In   l 14.
THE
'^r^
This is gin distilled under Government supervision,
from tlie Iin est grains.
Solo A:;,-„i.      -      520 Si. P.4,1 s... MONTREAL
BOIVIN.  WILSON  fn. IO..
J. M. DERR,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
Repairing Promptly Don,:.
Footwear to.Measure a Specially
\5 hen passing our studio come in
and see the new
CARBON TRANSPARRNCit-S
Prest Photo Co. Studio
D. J. JOHNSON
Boot, Shoe .md
H.-irness Maker
STRATHCONA   Old shoes made ncw.   Ml kinds
Formerly Hotel Phalr of repairing.   Olvc mc ii inil.
NELSON, 15. C.
li. TOflPKINS, Manager.      | |-asl KootCIUlV
I Bottling Co.
I'liis   hotel   is  line  of  tin-  best
llritisli Columbia ami up-lo-dntoI'
in  every  respoet.      Well  liglited
8""ul1" s' Aerated  Water?
CARPENTER
AND
s      BUILDER
jobbing Attended to
OFFICE A.ND SHOP
OLD HERALD BUILDING
SHOES!    SHOES!
Men, Women und Children's
Nnl ;it rust Inil ,*il ;i big profit.
tm* you.
vlmt  I
New  Line   of   Cook  Stoves
Just Received
LEROYSAGE
Synopsis of Regulations Ior ilisimsal oi Min
ii;il- on Dominion Lnuds in Manitoba
llr: Northwest Territories and lhe Vukon
Territory.
01 all kinds.
Syrups, Champagnes, Ciders
Ginger Ales, Etc.
Soda water In siphons.   The mosi
Economical wy to handle it.
OUS. KING & liRlj'liN,
Physicians ami Surgeons.
Office al Residence, Armstrong .ve.
orncn hours,
Poreooons,   *   -   -   -   i.lll t.i II
Aticmnias   ■   •   -   -   1:30 to3:30
EvcnlnRi    •   -   -   -    7..10 lo »:3U
CRAJ llKO.li;,    :   :   :    :       :    IJ. C
.1 li- inirelia.nl at fm iti
a"l)f«eqilr»l lir fn»' i'i
- inly ill llii- l.ll-
TO BU HAD FROM MeDERMOT & BOWNESS_
Schonl Tire Drill.
Public school Nn. :;•_'. Brooklyn.
finiulii lire during school hours on
Mm-cli !.   Thf lire drill si-_ni;il wns
'ji'.'i'n nt once.    Knsily nml  in  nn
to mci'sa, lli;* :'.-*M«*liil!lrci! niiircli-
i'il nui, Tiii'iv wns nn oxcitonionl
uiul iii Four miiiiitc'9 ovory pupil
wns Biifuly in thf atroot,
Thoubovo is ii prnciical (lumou-
Blvatiou o| ilir viiliii- nl' tin* drills
in il,,' schools. NTow thnl thf
lniBttt-8 Imvc li;nl iimdillod mi
cloclic boll service in tho Orniibrook
schools, tli** principiil Ims com-
moiiood roKulur firn drill, ll will
|.tiko boiuo nioiiUifl hoforc the nys-
l.-ni will lif working ;it ils lif.*,i.
LIBERAL RESOLUTIONS.
Following are the Resolutions Passed  by tlu*
Inierlnr Liberal Convention al Rossland.
(iintimi:\ri; is i.i:.\i'i:iis.
"Thai lliis council  roulRrins iis'
conHdoi in tlu> iiiliiiitiislnititiii nl'
Sir Wilfred Uurier ami licarlily
nppruvi's llic wise and pro^rosaivc
policy ol' llic I )i >uii ti ioi 1 govern int'i it '
I'lii* ihe iiplniildiii-ii "f Ciiiiinhi so
strikingly manifested in Ihc project
now dhow, to take dofiiiHo shape for
the construction nl' a new transcontinental line id' railways,"
••Ti,..i Uds council .'..rili-lly en-
dorses ilu* course pursued by Mr.
.1. A. Mucdoimld, leader .'.I1 tin*
party in this province, in the
legislature, nnd pledges its lies!
endeavors to assist him in hisoH'orts
tn secure reforms along lhe lines of
economy and ellicieiicy in the con-
duct of public all'airs. lhe incidence
n|' taxation and the disposition of
public hinds."
Till: nil, IMTIF.K.
"Tlml this council records its
appreciation nf lhe practical interest manifested in the great mining
industry nf ihis section nf the
Dominion government in the re.
iiioval of I lie duty upon oil imported
fnr use iii the concentration of low
Tin-: i.rMiu.i; ism stiiy,
"This council desires tu di'reel
the attention nf ihe Dominion
government t<> the condition of the
luuilier industry in thf interior
f»f llritisli Columbin. We fully
appreciate the importance, in fact
the absolute necessity of providing
the settlers of .Maiiitnlia and lhe
Northwest Territories with lumber
at reasonable rates. Al the Ba'tlle
time we must impress upon the
government the disadvantage under
whicli this industry Butters today.
owing, wc believe, to a combination
of circumstances which demand
careful consideration. Kxeessive
freight rates and a combine among
the retailers are. we believe, lhe
chief causes ul' mm plaint. Wn
therefore recommend tlmt lhe
question id' freight rates be al once
referred tn thc railway commission:
and thai the minister of trade  ami
Harvey, McCarter & Dunbar,
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Hazoll Block Craabrook, 11, C.
i. H.THOflPSON,
Barrister,  Solicitor,
Notary Public.
Sollcilor fnr tile Imperial Bunk ot •Junaija
The Colonial lave al meut anil Loan Company.
Cranbrook, B. C.
Ti.-nV.a-    MotJcC
'lul- '...n.i- iiiiii thirty (iiiyn nftcv ilntu
I inii'iiil in njijilv in ilm fiiin pummlBflloner
oll-iti.]-* mid wiiVkn m Viitnrln Lir ti s[wliil
lii'i'ii*.'.' in nit hii.I i-nrry nwny litnlmr oW llio
follinvlnw   iliwrilHtl    is   in   Smitli   Knit
Kiniteiin.\.
CiiiiHiii'lii'liiH nt ut |..iiiit III rlinins Huiul,
nml le i-luilim I'.iHl nf tlm -I mil.' pnsl of
llliii'k l .v.i l in s li  Kimt K nny, Mionci.
1-llSl    Ml   ellllillS,   Illl'Ilt'H     I,Hill    mi    L'llllillS.
tlii'iicf!   ivnsl   mi  i-lmiiiK,   ilien ,.  snutli   mi
I'lmliiH In llif iilni'i** nf lipgiiuilnjf, roll in ini nu
Hin. H,mi ,*!,*-.*. ,1»r. (Iroor.
I'niPi] l-'cliriiiiry 1^. IH04. -I1-'
Tu ST, I.Ol'IS PAIH.
'■Tha! it is. in theopiuion of this
council, highly desirable that a
representative lie appointed by the
Dominion governuienl to attend the
Sl. Louis exposition this year, tn
watch tic* interests of Uritish Col-
inuliia exhibitors thereat, ami that
this resolution he setil lo W. A.
(Ialliher. .M. IV, I'm* presei itn tion In
the premii ml 'Canada with thf re.
iplesl lhat hf will endeavor In obtain compliance therewith."
\S   \S"M M.\.
"Hesolved that, while recognizing lhat some intelligence is
retpiirod in lln* iVaiiiintr of laws
respecting th.* taxation of mines,
this council is unable to understand
lhe mental attitude nl' a govern-
meni wliich. while admitting thnl
the present laws lwork infamously,' continue lhem on the statue
books without amendment."
ti.mk ioi: \ i ii.\m;i:.
Kesolved Ihis council believes
thai the ndvmitagcs of liriiish Col-
ouibia as a ranching and fruitgrowing country, are vory iniuletpiiitely
brought In' ihe notice of the outside
world,J,hat no systematic effort is
"iy ihe   provinci
overiiineiit lo secure the settlement
_^_ four agricultural lauds: lhat   twu
commerce cause immerfiateeiir|Uiry1.]1jI|j.f)(||.l, lirg,.htly n0eded in con-
to lie made into lhe alleged  exist-  ncction wiih lliis question:
en.*.'nf a combination among  the      Firstly, proper surveys of al least
retailers.   The situation  is grave iwlions oli our available lands and
, .       i* r   •     • ,■       the    furnishing    o|     irnvernineiil
nm  iii'fiinii   re no    is    mporutvo, -,,  ,. ,,   , . i   i . n
1 ..    ... i      i        , iigents wiih lull plans  ami  details
I his council will lie pleased to co-thereof, and secondly, the reorgnn-
operate wiih the government in the i'/ntion of lhe agent-geueral'a ollice
matter," iin Loudon.
in tuk rmali. uKirrs coimr ot? .1. p,
AllMSTUOMi    HOLDEN    AT    I KAN-
UllOOK.;
|  IjPvI 11  VntiDpt'iir ,if I'rniilimiiK
I..0.- hotel k.pjiii*. plaituiff,
11<*1ivi-pii nnil
.l.riini'lMinuiii. formerly ol Hip
I   HllllP {illl  P. ll.-(.'tl.llllll.
Tn.l.l.Umrli uu. ilip.lfl.'iiiliine-
'l'iilii' mn i.v ilmi Hip ulinvp tintiipil plalntltt
lins i-iniiiiii'iK'pil iii'tion ngnlnst you by nn
i - nli nn *y mi in tno ni. In.* **'■''■t)" '■■' '■•"■■' "i"i
i-if.i.i'i iiiMiii-ln'il tn jim nt the plaintiff**!
hotel nt Ci'iKilitnok. U. I'., mnl take notli'i'
thnt hy mi order dated thp iMith day of
I'Vln'iniry. 100-t, the uliovo named rongitt-
iriiip unv.'lil.^riy to Ber*40 you, the above
niniu'd ili'fi'iiiliint by pulil ehlng notice of
nulil order in lour conspcutlvn issues nf the
Crnnbrook Htmld, pnbliHhi'd nt Crnnbrook,
It,0,and that Hip time within wbuh you
in nv pnter ii dispute note to snid eliilni ho
uii liiu fun ri ppii tin vkIinm date (il serrlee ns
iitoresiibl.
Awl tnko further notlro Hint, unlpf-w ynu
enter such dispute note noeordlnyly, Jndg-
mi'tit will lie piitprcl against yon. in your
Ituicil nt Cii.iihrnnk. II. C. this 2nd d iy of
March, UMl-L
ff. !■'. GUUD,
:.n Solicitor tor f o Plaintiff.
Timber Noti«
Take notii-e that thirty days after ilnt-<l
illti'inl tn npply '.o the chief eoiumWIoiior of
binds nii'i works al Victoria for a special
Ib'ense in i-ut mnl enrry awnyjtiwb"r i-ff llio
f.iiliMviitg ilpHi'iiiiul hinds in South Kasl
Kooleiiaj:
1'niiimi'iicinK nt a point; 2(10 nlialns south
inn) -la ehnius east olthesouih enst uornerof
llloek tiai in Hinilli Kust Kootoiaiy.
tlti'i,i-c Houth so chain* thence ea*l
sn elmlns, thenee norlh no uhaliis, thenee
wesl 80 ehulus in the plneeof heBlnuing;, eon-
tuliiiiiH ii in nr ro* more nr l< ss,
.1. H.Speiii'.',
Dated Pebruary 13, 1001, It)
UNDERT Akl NO .^l?iSBSlS2t!
EMBALMING
iiiiuiii fun. i mny.
Ist-ovai-oil inlliei-al li
mi  i:.ii\l.-.,i letii lii
T A li-4-i-m.i
—       -«>.«.«. I ni- iiiiiu' yi-ii
A Large Stock in Caskets .ind    ' 5!£!,!8i5|ti,
Robes.   .*   4*« I „ii!';'"',„4.-
Phonc night and day 77 ; "ii.','*"..'..'.'". !"v'.!i:.'." °'""'" ""•'■ **"'i •■'-' llii- 'iln'.'
MACCONNELL FURNITURE1 '^i]JM^iG^u\^B
CO'Y. ' i'V,*i>'..'i.;ii oimi itutuiurfnietiou-   llic fee
CRANBROOK, II. C.
I .J!, i!
expoudcil mi Hn*
Wllilll JWOllI Sll
 i ii> iiieMiniMer •<[
■ taken Territory,»f tin
t^tUEHRH.G-    ■
WiVvIl Ifc J J -G J
Illi  |il l-ll   t  .44 ll-|: III    1 iii.ltl.Hl slmll   pri,, 4ll
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riiii't'i'iiii.-i iiriiii-iiii-uii'in. m,
 VL^Sjfe | Agents for Gait Coal
'. Vroom & Dezall    .
t :
|    Blacksmiths:
Horse Shoeing :
j Carriage Ucpairinj; and       j
J (icucral Jobbing.... ;
| Oulside Orders Promptly »
I Alk'ntftdlo. I
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CranbrooK Cartage
anil Craitsfcr Co.
IVrry «& Fltzgcrrlil, Prcpa.
Liken Ten II
■ nre iiiii feel
paily.   ou
live, ii lllttll lllltl 1
flnileabni A\uv.
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Nmlh Sisknl
nil' hei rh. Un
1   Iiiiiu iiml cvl.'iul IIU   lie
ijiii-v timiK,   Tlielutior III
Lul extends buck to tu.
SiVim OmcisMmimz SPEEDV
Put-chase Price  $3.00 a month
Allowance made for old machine ■ jicnt
eil.
nil, i
nf Maiiltiihii uml :i--
l', T.rexceplllIK tlio Vukeii IVrnl.m -A
mli.rr um nliliiin . u!y iwu tciiM's «i live
leiiL'h ferutorm nf twenty years, renew.
In the Ulsciettuutif tlie Minister of (he In-
i.-'l.-.i-iv'silulil UconilitPil 1.1 lhe -nlnn, ra
,-,t,ii' tnr- ol Ilu* river hel.m low wntui
t .iiiulMiiij.'ci I,, th" rl-Jits ol nil  per^iuis
General frei^htinjc for tin's
part of the district.
Piano and furniture moving a specialty.
Calls answered promptly
Phone 6,5
iiehwiitoi i
'I'll.' li'sse.
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there tlie IrsM-e tuny dl'Bili
•K lii'li nli-t-imite lcas.*]i,i
nil imi,- i, dreilgu in openith
ionrromihoiiateorilioleuso ro
hot n here a i»'i'H .1' , ue;
tore llinu «tie len<i ie .lie.lp
?S Drink Home Beet
It is Pure
It is Healthy
It is the Host
nu Hie isi .lui nl All'gllSl in Ilie ino nf liu* llilll' \ T+i     r* A fit • /**
''V!!SSo\.l.»lll-a».naa,lic,l«aln oICT„,lai,  Tt. StCClC BreWlllg 1(1.
  '['iMi,'i",',-r,'.i4ii',-.''''i.:i-,,i!,i.-ii'i,'-i 1,111,1 i„v''ii'i'-i i
r* i r*nr n/r'iT'T1 !,''11'.',■,I',I■I''.,',',''.'■','''',,!'!I'.'.',M.'M',,:',','.''''  "'>,'"r:
EAST and WESTik^
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
CRANBROOK
.•..TICKETS....
Tn  Al.l.   POINTS
liMlgliw In tlio Vukon Territory. Bl\ leas,-,
ii uif miles each mny bo grunted lo a inn
nui"! i.'iii let-in nf twenty yeur-, ulsu rtno«
' Tlio lessee's i iiiiii is cmiltncd to tho siibtnei-K
<i i.i'ii nr bars i- Hie iii r below low ivnlo
 ■• 'hnLImiimliiry tubullso.l by n- i'd-imiiu i
VIA
Great
Northern
Railway
SHORT LINE
! m. n>- ni iibvutltni of thu
i.ii
Tlm discoverer »
laiiii.il 1 u ii foci
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Ul.l II  the v
(insists uf two, I.:.
I-. |,-i-l iiliuun
li,*i.,in|iie
IN THK Sl I'ltKMK I olHT OF BRITISH
nn.iMiiiA,  rmtr stkki.i*: HKOI*
TISY.
lu Pnil	
Nuliee Ih hereb.v itlvill Unit on the Dili
ilu.v > f Miiifli. Unit, il.iviiHj'rderi'd by .1. A.
l''..tiii.K".|..loeiil indue id Mu-snid eourl, Ibal
lumen I'VmiHOll AniiHlmiii-, cfllcbil ntllllill*
jHiniiiii' In  I for thut portion of llin
rouutv of Kootonny not  imdmleil in the "'^ ',f ll,"' |lil''y '!'ill"i,V'v'.I:|',llv,||b'
,l,.,i,.;.,l ili-.r,i-.».il 11 M..U. i„„l I'lilmu- FI « ! 1 -— , ar. w r """ '''"  ''' '' '" "''* '""'"''''--•'"-'"'"-i"!'.
I,l„ I mllllatriltoi-.... all mnl al.igi.lai* llin |C d 1 I W/ f\ \J |..-.lfr..in.li.- 1... illluryl l-ul.l In I
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In-i'iiiT ili'i'i-iiH-il. ii'li'Hlnli-. •- lllll I Ill), i'iiiiii
Bvitv pwaon Inik-liloil In llnealil dmnawl ^...^..^.n   . .»..- ''"''' Kul'-l.. 1-..I
i,ro-i„ii*-.itoinnka ii.iy.il foitiiiviiii H.        SHORT LiiNL        :,:!;„!,i.i,,!;;;,';,'„';!,ii'',i!„„-,.i,
lln* nnili'Wuiii'il. II iln;: niiili'.' nnil  iiiiuiii! 	
l-'vnrv liiTBim IniviliK ill nnaaoaa oil i-fli'i'l*. Til mail a.llMli-1 . mm in i nli i. Innl
him.) I,     ,I in .in"   "'                 .   I wniil* I'r.'i'k, cnli'liiii 'rum-, ny -il-liil! <i> I.I..I
lii'loafiinir to In-ili'intiHi'il ih pi'i|iin-i'il (in-ill-   iniiin" ii rm'
iiiiii n nuliry Hi*.underelgi.o.1. St. Paul, Dnliitli. Minitea-jolis, tliicieii i   unih in.n.11». ii...ii*™ » i-iaini oacli irai* in
IJi-m-.v ni-i-il'iioi-or i.ilii-r liiimiiii linrlng a..j j As„ A,;,,   nil!na r!AST               I *" v"'.'"i'l,!-n'!-1.1-*,'"!'nTM-k'liHHltppn ilnna 11111,11>-<
4-I„iiii ii,ii,i> in- iiil.-r.-nt in lha ill.tilliilliini of , ,,li iiin,-.l n y.nr. ir mil. 1 Iiuiii shall 1,4,
lliaratllla nl Um  Blli.l  ilnueaaeil ia nqulml SealllC,     IllCllllia,     VlCtlirill,    I'drtlailll,   ,l,-i.|ii..|llnilii,|lliill.Hilli,il,llllll n|ii'll luoc.<ll|il!llnll
ivilhia lliii-ly il.iya nl Hii" iini" I" »i-ii'l l-.v I ami Al.l. I'iiiiii- I"-,.--i-  sn
14'irlHtprpil   letter,   llililliwi.il  In   Ihn lllnli'i-- ' ,         .  „ ,             .*      . . .-,
tCXtdn name and nddrens and tlio full  Through Pati.ce and Tourist Sice per a
puilluiilantof hia claim or Interest, and a
Btutemontof lilsoccount nnd tho nnl ure of
;;wkS kates •BEST TIME
I-AST
',"'"„" I TORONTO,   MONTRHAL, NIIW  \IIHK.
heananrllj- (ilnny) In-hl hy li m.
Alter ilm ■•xiiin.lion nl Ilm --"''I ll'lt-tv ilnya
il liniiilBtriiliir .iill)iinii*i'il "Iih the ilia.
Ifiliiiliini   ol Ihc relate hii.ilnt n-*|anl In
IIiohb elatma only of »hlell liu.lii.il li.iv-- hml
lliaia-; anil Bulfcl Smukia-; Library Cars
2 OVERLAND TRAINS DAILY 2
I'm iiili-s. (nlilurs ami full Information
oganliii*' lii|is, cull on or nililrcu
lln.nil al   I'inl Steele Iiiin llllh ilay oil
Mai-i.li, Hi04. S, CI. YKKKT.fi,
.Inm a rerf.ila.in Annalronff, ; li  \\- |>  ,
(1H1.-I..I AilialliUtralor, Si-iinli-
144 l*„ii,s In, ll.C.   I Wual..
II, 11IIAM1T
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W. Illvm-alilii A v.-,
8-.uk.  IVaali.
•lh., liinit.il.ii-.i-s nl 11 i-hilin mny lu*,l,,|!ni>,i nh
.4 41411-  IV  1-4    1,41, Mil .4  -lllll-l  l4l4l<ll>.'lllll|4lllllMnilJ
llnlil'i". Ill lln- 4 lll,,l,llltii-llll lln/i'll,,.
1*4*. Tl .,4-IL.II        .HI        IIUUI,I'H,I'lillll ll      Hnlllllll,,11
Liniil-In ..iniili.ilm, lln- Nin-lliivi-st 'l'4'i't-liiirli's
nml iiilliin lln- Vllkntl   iMii'iiiy urn nni 11 In
,4.-4, ii-i-lln-i   Inr |i.linii-iilii.    f tin- 111I11I.Ii-i-
mny ii'-i'ivn In, nn liiiliililnnl ni-.miniiiiiiy 111,4
1114; 1 linn i-y i-ii lln* I I in he |i.ns|ieili<il, mi
mi'ii 14I11111 acrea.   Shmilil ilm in-osi un- ills
CnVi'l* nil In iniylin: i|li;ilililii-s, mnl siitls-iii-ln.lH
i-sli.lill h sui-h illsi-nii'iy. mi Hl-i-ii imt iMcrfilli.j:
4,|n m-i-i-s, Ini'lnilli 11 Ilm nil 111' I ntnl mii-li nlln-i-
Iin.il ns iiiiiy Im ,1, li-iiiniii-il. uill Im solil in Mm
illsi'in ui tin* .-i.lt- nr sum an acre, anl-li-cl
liirnyallyilla.ixl. r.il.ll. limy hi- -]..-.-1111-,. liy
lic|!iiriiaeiii of Hm iiiii-riin-, otla.ru, i.,|it.,
■lA.MIJS A. SMAHT.
Ii< cull ni tin- .Mniisii-i ni iho I aim inr,
i
IMi   U.I. I'OIN I - |\  I  ISTKIIN
r.l\ UIA   l.VH 1 XITKIi s I'ATKS
WEST
Scuttle, Tacoma, Vielorin, I'orllanil,
Now Weslininslcr, Vancouver.
\M' \l I. I-Minr C'OAHT  I'OIXTS
Tliraugli ilium, I'nliinc nntl Tniirlsi Sleepers
Vill S'lu I'm'. I.'.nlli*
si. hint cJiiii-m-oRt. i.iniin
s. s. Sen i.s- final Vancouver
Alaakn, lliiwal, China, Aiistrnllil,
ilnpnn.
Till-l.llllll   l.4.„lillljS   |,l   Ullj-llUlll   ;,||,|   1|„,
Continent via nil Atlantic s. s. lines.
for Timo Tallica, llnloa, Tickets, ('nil
lull liifiii-iiiiiliiin upiily to local :i"4,-iiIk.
(iliil. IIILUGR, A|l. Cranhrook,
li J. Coj le.
J.S. Carter,
I). I'. A.
N nl-,, 11
A.(il>...
Vancouvor- £
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THE   CIIAMIKDOK    II Kl! AI.1I
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-•{Pretty   Patterns! EifW^%^.^'^%Wl\\%^i5 BG^Gh^G^
ash m.i. new
nm S|,riui: Shipment of Cnri-ota Im- j.ist la<
lllku.lllu'll   llllulllll   41.'  111.44   |,0
.i-i Ih-,-1, -li.inii In I'mnbrook,   We Imvojiul ,*,.iii|.l--l--.l our
NEW CARPET DEPARTHENT
wlil-'l. 4\ ill nol only --iiniili- us in cope •* illi the at.-u.Iy increo
11iiiiii-. Imt will place u- iu it |..i-itinii I., illoplnv io greatei  atlvantn
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CAriPLTS
Brussels'    AMiiinsii-i-   Vc-lvi-l    Ingrain   Tnpi-Btry
Vi-lvi-l nml Ingrain Sqiinn-s
l„-|i-i- llll-l New I'llllllilis    Tupi'slry lllltl Ke|'|i IlllllgillgS
Mulling     Hum-.     I.innl,.inn*.
St- ■ im um- stock lii 1'iu-i- placing your :-i..i..--. mil.-r.
Iq\A & Company
N   I'.   ,\ i> I.. . ,.1 ,-.,i].. I ii ini4.-i.4l-. nl i-odlll-ill imi-i-M
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plants anb Cut -flowers
 f0X jeaeter	
Pljnts Thursday Afternoon .* 9*
.*       9*        9* Lul Flowers Saturday.
STORE  Wil.I,  I'.K CLOSED Al.l. HAV  FRIDAY
G. T. ROGERS
Fancy and Staple Groceries ami Crockery
Cranbrook, B. C.
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l CranbrooK's Greatest   Store jl
I, fori- tin- people of Crnnlirook  uiul -**|
ga        Tina week u-i- 1
„.-' .Iiniri.l Hie fini-st lii I'
.-1 Millinery, Ladles' Neckwear, Ladles Suits etc
;   l-ll'l' SllOWIl ill lllll illstl-lrt.
* (Iur prices -.vill In- found uu riulit us nur 1
ill I., vii.it
Ills.
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@®    Wl' illlil" Vnll 1 III
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;. •' CranbrooK's Greatest Store
9
HILL®. CO.
tbrooK's Greatest
Cranbrook B. C.
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Iwm Combination  II
■-'  ,Ti "  ~   3 (*. i'l
Tl,,- <G
"Smisliiitc furnace" if
luslnlli-il by lj?
"Practical men"   fi
4 4 l
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i.M|4,,i4sil.],- fun
Paimore Brokers
Sheet inei.il Workers
I
.... a •  fl
i ...Manitoba Hotel...   I
* ifiulii- X.-u Miuingi-moiil) *
\ D. A. McDONALD, rianager                it
} This Hotel Is In the center ol lown.   The rooms are ij
} comfortable and well furnished, the dining room is first- J
* class, and the bar is supplied with the best. When yon '*
< want a good place to stop come to the Manitoba. t
-■ WE OIVE VOU VOUR MONEV'S WORTH           \
c
The Calgary Cattle Company.
(SUCCESSORS Til M. MclNNIS)
DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF HEAT
POULTRY, FIH AND OYSTERS IN SEASON
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFI-ICE
A. SHELTON L. CLAPP M
The Wentworth  1
■is
Shelton & Clapp,
Tlie Ncw Managers.
i Drop in and see ns any time.   Wc arc on deck 25 lioiirs
cut of Ihc 2-1
■■■■iliiiHi
TIip Wall Imperii wo wnnt you loiuoai
slii,*llv lln- RPaVOIl'fl |Hi*.lut*tiniij-.
Tlu-y uie uii(]U08tionulily superior li
Iwniitj' »l iJoaign iiml nrtlalh i-olorlnu l<
anv wo hnvo bvoi bIiowii liffore.
W.' Imvc n tm Iota ..f last iwwm1
|.:i(n'i-. al vory low prleia, which nn
liolnu • | int-k ly |.i,k.-.l Up,
-♦ ••* **■       —
THE fUCCONNELL
FURNITURE   CO.
I  GET THE SPRING HABIT  |
  etc
m ^m^i„^m^,^m.^am^mmm^m^mmm_ .
#   Im] I"   '-""■  ' llrtlKTil   I- till  v • nuidl. iu J  !::   ff .,'
Jkf \,uil. vnur \i-nniil,i i,i*  tit-*  wiuiluw  in   viittr lili.rk     It's Iin-   ~, ';.-*
J like d,-,tling nl IJ,..-:-  .. « g
I      IT WILL  PAY VOU      $ ',.........
Sl Tli t imp-ii...'.' |-i it ..I it i,li i. tit,*,,-, tl-,.    As usiiiil this if if
^ yiiiroiimnn-Siuim.      | Tlie iiiiiiil- ia n miiirnnt, Ffn-sh- ff ..-■
Sprlno nnb IRimi
■
Tin- l-.'nsl K.„.|,.,i,-i.v .4|„i,,M ,,-iH |,. will| ng
luu I', .v iluvs iii nil it8 gio,.^   -n„.
jon w.-iui is wiil, u-i ,„,„-.   U',. „|U|,
rillll.V „f llliiii,*,-,,  rillgB,      \\"-* i-ll.-,li,:.,.
Cranbrook  Cottage Hospital,
I'm lint A i lust iini-.-in i-inii'ntnl Li-wisSl
I'm full |i:iilii-nliirsit|.|.|y lu
Hiss Moss, - Matron,
liiailiiiili- of Rt.   I.nk.-'s lliu-iiilitl, Vnu
.-..IIV.-I-,   11.   ('.
LOCAL NOTES
Picked Up About Ihe Cily  by Asking
Questions of Many People.
tl.  (i. lluzi'll. of Frriiit-. is in
lown.
Tin- Btori-s will Illl la-i-liwcil ni-st
l-'riiluv.
torn iliiwn.
A. K. Sli.-ri.liin, i.f Klk... wns iu
town y.-Hti-riliiy.
Eil. Iliil mul wit'.- .if Miiyii'. w.-ri-
it. [...wn j'Dsti-iiluy,
Rev, Furl um- visitcil Mnrj-svilli'
lusl Tiit-sdiiy uu business.
R.   lli'li'int'. of Xt'lsoii. w.-is ti
Orniilirook visitor Siitunlny.
l-'runk .lolins.iii. of Moyio, wns it
Criiiilii-nok visitor Wciluesilny,
Two stores for snle on Armstrong
Av.-iuip,       if       11. A. Lu.,,,..-.
Miss   Coin    lenvi-s t,»luy I'm* u
sltorl \isil wiih fi'ii-iiils  in l-'i-rnii-.
Mra. J, Frnsiir nnil eliilili   lefl
for tin- const on Wnliipalnv morn-
I
1 ';■::
pnxluctivi'iii'ss iuh] <j
26 5c Packages for $1.00
6 5c Packages for 25c
m—mM.-?mmmmm—mBmmmm^m—m~w—~*mim
Are These (iood Prices?
at
-   ■   . iy .it.- We EeUtewgcti-'sforolil m,
but uo old goods at unv price.
I '"
ICl. jf. Hate. Heeler anb Cptlcian
I
t i?ll-i.-k-;i      •K
'.-■•
iff    omul TOntcb Jnepcctor C. p. v.. Crow*. Ho
•p'    !*"«;»  ?"'■$. % ■**.'.; *X;5;^
A%W*V: •■-.'
P-|   .,".!'.-,lt|,|,l.4  1,,-f,,,,.,
of iis I'm-in., yenrs brent Ibe iissortment.     Field iiiul L.-nv
Se«l in bulk,    Don't be Ibe one oui of every I1u111ln.1l ri-llnw.
whoiloesn'l il.-iil witb us.   (Jet lln- bnbil mill know il nlwnys K    ■-'''
liiiys to denl ul '     jjf'    _p
%     Beattie's Big Drug
|     and Book Store	
* ^¥^%^r~*^^^WWW^%^
g  %    Easter Lillies and Palms
';. We will   have a  limited number of Easter
_,     " j       Lillies and Palms on sale Friday.    Come early
ii them M    % *'n^ i?et y°ur choice.
Confectionery Always Fresh
Watch the window for fresh vegetables,
DAWSON & WEBB
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\V. Towers linsliei-n ill tliu pusl
wi-i-k.
The Crniiliroiik hotel Ims pul in
ii hniiilsoniu iii-w snl.-.
Bom, Sunilny. Mur.-li 27, to Mr.
nml Mrs. Lester Clupp. n .jirl.
I'.irl Knisi'i*. of Foil Steele, wus
visiting friends in lown Sunilny,
Wm, Wisiier nml 0.  Doiioliui'.
Tin- old  stsntinK ring is K-ing of Wanlner, were In town Sunilny,
Mrs. Tiiiitn.-is Druuiiiiouil hits
lu-i-ii i-nitp ill witli tonsilitis' the
(inst wi-i-k.
Hnrolil .Tumi,-son. of llin Crows
N'i-sI l.innlu-r eompnny, Wiiriluer,
wus in town Sunilny.
The iiiilili.-H.-liiii.ls will lii-t-l -.1
todny I'm- tho Blister viientiini, uml
re-open m-xt Tuesdny.
A now siili-wulk is hi-iiig built on
the west uiib- ol' Annulroiu-iivt-iiiii'.
n much iii-i'iii'il improvement.
Ur. Il.-n-vii- visii.-il North SIiii-
iii'...- .-.I Mnn-svill i professional lnisiness Kiiil.-iv iiiul ;--.itiii-
iluv.
"P^Hi
M. 11. Kbit: i-i'tui-iiisl y.'sti'nlity
lioui :i i.ti|t to lhe Territories uml
Mnnitolm.
Ewlileon iliiii-i.iiulil.ivil linrreil
.-."■I; fowl, for biiIp. W. I-'. Tntp,
Th.- -ti-w.-li-r.
Fi-iink Diekensoii is looking over
flu1 Piipliir i-ri-ek n'gion ns n plai-e
ni pngnge in lnisiness.
There will ho n spi'i-inl faster
si-rviiv of song nt the Bnpllsl
ehuroli Suudny oveiiing.
\V. T. Ilui-gi-ss .-nnl f.-ntiily i-iiini-
up from Kiii-hi'iii'i' Inst Siitunlny
for n brief .isit to Cranhrook.
'I'lu- Iiiipi'iiiil Bank of Canada
bus i-losi'il iis hraiieh lit Ferguson
mul opened. at Trout  Ink,'.
Miss Neilson, of McLeod, nml
Miss Knnsoini'. of Montreal, ure
visiting with Mr. Geo. Brptiiner
this week.
-('iitliy" Wlllsoll, who was n slur
plnyi-r in the I'rjiiilirimk hull tontll
two yeors ogo, visitetl in town several ilnys this week.
Crauhrook peoplo nro willing lo
puv ;i I'l-nsoiiiiiiii- pi-ire for sanitary
work, but tbey will mil stand for
monopoly extortion,
B, 11. Short, is lining some line
sign writing in Craubrook. Among
these is nm- for Morrow * Me-
l-'iii-liine. mul niiothi-r for It. IO.
Itnillii'.
The Iiconso bniird refused to
grunt a licoiiBO for the Columbia
hotel nl. Klko ul its recent meeting
in Fi-i'iiie, ou tlie grounds that that
town hnd enough hotels for the
business iloue.
T. .1. Welliuan rntnriied last
Siitunlny from Snu Francisco,
wliere lie has been all winter with
liis racers. He has disposed of his
interest in lhe stable ntnl hns not
yet determined what he will do,
but thinks he may go to St. Louis
for tin- summer,
Tin- Pinafore opera will be pre
Miss Evil Ciirtwrighl, who is
teaching school nt the North Stnr
mine, spent Sunilny in lown with
liei- parents.
I*:. II. Hunter, innniiger Cor thu
Hudson liny compnny nt Pincher
Creek, wns iu Crnnbrook Bi-vural
ilnys tliis Wll'k,
.Mrs. .in,,I I, ti lag) Snliu-ilny for
Rivers Inlet, with her diiiiglitor,
Mrs. McTavish, nud will visil Ilium
for some months.
1C .Tunics Gill, the weather clerk
rnttiuit give ns n Ii.-tlfi- I.iiuui of
wenllier, the matter should be
taken up by the honiil of trndu.
Mr. un.l Mrs. Frnsur, of tlie
Xnrth Stnr iiiini-. i-nii ilown Snlur-
day Inst. Mrs. l-'i*ns,-i- nnd baby
left Momlny for n visil lo Rons-
land,
T.JD, McTavish, geiiernl ngent
for Britisli Columbia nud Alliertn
for the Si-rnnton 1'ni-i-i-spoiiili-ni'e
school, spi-nl Sunilny and Monday
in lown.
Tim Farrell, of Moyii-. spent
severnl days in town this week.
Mr. Fun-ell is recovering quitn
rnpidly from liis sevui-n attack of
t'hi-iiiiiutism.
liiiiuc Pntton, wlm hns buun nm-
ploypd liy   I'nlinori-  bi-othei-s  bus
I n quite ill in the hospital for
lite pnst week, slllVering from nil
abscess in oin- ear. I b- is improving very rnpiilly and will In* out in
n few duys.
R. A. Campbell, nt Moyie, wns
in town Tuesday. It wus Ids lirst
visit to Crnnbrook for n yenr, nnd
he ivns surprised to sn- such nil-
vniii-eini-iit iu that I inn-. "Crnnbrook is progressing, there is no
doubt of thnt" snid .Mr. Campbell.
"I linve taken n wnlk over Ilu-town
nnd see signs of improvement
everywhere,"
Mr. nnd lira, James Ryan returned InBt Siitunlny.    Mr. Rynn
hns been gum- nboul three mouths, ately he got off with n few bn
He wns married in St. Johns, N
li.. nml for the pnst two monthi
lie nnd his bride linve been  travel
ins   tin-   scarlet
Ira   .Mum
fever.
II"! X l.iinsul Wilson's  liiilui-v
every Friday,
Then-is bilk of n bus,-bull club
ill Crniibi-nok this senson.
Morrow & Meli'nrlano are selling
somu fine Easter neckwear,
0 'gelluggnrlli.ol'  Elko, wns
a Crnnbrook visitor Insl week,
Mrs. J, A. Harvey is gruutly
improved from her recent attack I
of pneumonia.
Oliver Burgo nml wife, of Perry
Creek, have 1 i quite ill. luil  niv
now fully recovered,
Tin* trout senson is mnv mt. uml
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RELIQIOL'S UMOKS
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EASTER
Ilrin^ \i»tir Presc
nri.,.:
CHAS. E. REID & CO.
SK?« *!J. t GGM>********** *$<$<
S   A- I- ."IclKr.iiot A. c, Ui.vm...   .   .
MeDERMOT Ca BOWNESS.
V Wholesale   Wine   and   Spirit  Merchants  >'
M Sclilllz Beer        j The Highest Brands Tbe Urjcai and    '.'
^ -  1 ..-rni-.* Beer
x\   lias.. Vic
of SCOTCH ami
IRISH    \\HI5KlfiS
best   Usortin. al   -^ •
M aiiw. Slaal    I IRISH    WHI5KIES [u^,""' v>
I   SS A complete stuck of Cigars, consisting of Uie <<>
!   V "Pharaoh," --LaFortunn," -Irving:," "Bar- <fi
,   ,,,„,,      , ,,   19 ri.-«.e.-," -Monument," "Hilda" and others.
-I..I. link lins been out oncu.   He    H Mall OrJers Promptly Attended to. Telephone 17
is not bragging of his luck, j   *-j Write for Prices. CRANBROOK, B. C. J
Morrissey Mines ia agitating the    <$>               Agents for T. l.ehel & Co., Hoy and Grain,
construction of a   trail  from  thai    GGG'Gr*-*************^ ;,,#■,,. r^
town into tin* Flathead einuilry.     iTrrrT",— "    	
Mrs. Junius Ryan will In- nl
Iiinni' in tlu- parlors of tin- Crunlirook liolel. Thursday nud  Fridny
"f next week.
II. II. (iibuoiir. tin- llritisb ('..I
iiiiibin representative of the
\\nterous l-uigim- works, wus in
lown Sunday,
The Eiilni Nous diiiicing club
will give its regular nfler leuten
dunce next Moiuluy night, luvi-
tut ions hnve Iii-i-ii isBHi'd lor the
event,
•I. M. Agiuw. of Brandon, the
new manager of tin- North Sim-
[.umber eompiuiy, arrived insl
week to assume (he duties of bis
14  |;osit
When you visit Cranbrook stop at the
0
ROYAL HOTE
A
None Better In the District a
Rates Si and up.    Short Orders and Oysters rV
served in any style from 8 p. m. to o"a. .11. /k!
k*>
9
9
9
g| i'hf table is the best, the rooms are unsurpassed ior cieir, Aj
m liness and comfort and the bar is supplied with the best b.-\*>-i   <%
<^v ol liquors and cig-ars. ^k
0 L. B. VANDECAR, Prop.        <£
^'SEifiliJliEt SGSBSiSiSSESEEljj?: EiS I
j Cranbrook
in*-- uubiviu... llIU A t
With   tho   approach   of   wan,, 1\QXQ\   ^   ^
wi-iitlii'i*  ivsiilciits  nl   CrmmrooK   . i ^^      ^^
nuesl** Coniforl n Spec a/tj
flood Stabling in Corneclion
sliniild take mi'iisiiivH to lmvi' llifir
yards ntnl Huscts placed in a sanitary condition.
K. K. BouttionndJ. V. Hiit.li.
croft won honor for themselves mul
Cranbrook at tho banqnel glvon in
Rossland Inst Tbnrsday night,
lioth of tin' gontleineii madi'
Npi'i'Hii's thnl clicilt'd liiucli favorable comment.
Last Thurstlny W, li. Dormnn,
postoflice inspector for the Mainland, died nt his homo in Vnncover,
of I'rysipi'lns. .\lt*. Dorman was
very popular all over thi1 province
nml hml ninny i'rii'inls in Cranbrook
who will mourn his sudden demise.
H. C. Rohde 1ms opened 11 Imr*
ih'ms and saddlery simp in lln* n
Noarest to railma.l anil .lepot,     Has nrrommti'li-
liotis  for the pul.lic unequalle,!  iu CrQcbro'j'*..
Hot and Cold Daihs
JAMES  RYAN)
 FVoprictfjr       j J
S-*ftA**A4£4ri4fiA*4ri*-*.U4*^ -.*'-***>
I SEED OATS!       SEED OATS! E
i Wc have just unloaded a car of seed oats and
j; wheat.   We expect them to sell freely, so place
t your orders early. .J
|  HARRIS  & JOLLIFFE  I
! MEAT MARKET l
, :'
***■->*****■>************************************* 9**,,
upier imii.iii.K "" Anns.,-,.,,,  m-GSEGMximEl^SS^^MHmilGGGrG
vim     Mr.   Iti.1,,1,' thoroughly   m
l""l",'s,:""ls l,h l,ua 8S ,""' I That New Spring Suit!
H
N 1 es, yon wnnt It now.   Tin* rush will soon li--
fci on.   Si-lr.'t your cloth  while you hnvealarge
*  ' variety to pick from.   Tin- finest st.x-h  in the
jollies lo Craubrook sinco lie
tillers it n centrnl point nml n
.client llelil for liis lim- of
(' II. Wilson, ot the City bakery
lind u tun-row escape from what
might liuve heen a severe accidenl
Inst Snturdny, while catching a
runaway horsn, lb- caught the
horse by the bridle nn.l the Jiuimnl
threw liiui uu tin- frozen ground
knocking liim senseless,    l-'orlini-
OUR  SUITS   FIT THE MAN
Leask & Henderson
1
1
1
I
('luml \ room, formerly principal    5
 J-
®
ISISI®I®I®I®I|®|®I®I®I®I®I®I®I(SI(SI®I®I®
. BOY'S SUITS ....
Do
,      , .   ,  r boy need a suit?   If so don't forget to i io $,
| more recently employeil nl  (.  li, ^        and oxamii r stock, they are suits that
seated   April,  ill, 21, nud  ii at'ing    throngh    Ibe    slates,   front' K,i,|   A*   Co.'s  drug   store,    left :;.  .  f\/\, ■  /~*/^i/>pv j   ..in.n   ...n.   ,
Wentworth   hull,   with   complete'Boston,   lo  Louisville,  tCy„  New' Weibiesiluy  I'm*  the  foothills   in g  UUUl\ UUuU   anCl    WcAK   W LLL c*'
costumes.   Tliis will be n iniiBicul Orleans Los Angeles   Sun   l-'i-un-' Alberlu. nbout nineteen miles from: (._,        These sails nro strongly  mado,  they  will outlast  any
event-  that   should    attract    big'  . '  G  '   "    '',  '        „   'Cowley, where  In- intends going! ;,-;        other class,   A lirst clnss article  for  Western  use nl
, • .,        t.       -,, Cisco, Sonttlo and Spokane,     Mr.  .       ■    ,. ,.       , ■' -insleni nrices 9
crowds  every   night.       It   will .  . , bito ri lung,   Mr. \ room s many s, _ _ ' A
'-Tr": '""fti'T1""1, l a,™!'!'mZ ™ J! fm",,(1i: cr, k wis1' 'HKManning Lacey & Siddons I
in Cranbrook, and that is saying n tno winter nmi nmi uuj  biiw  .hi (,llol|  i,,,^ nn(] linppmcss in Ins (. i
great ileul.
kinds of people,
now Iiiiiiii*.
I   9l#l*l*>l*l^l*l*l*l**'l#l**'lfll*l*l#l4l4l'(,|**,|«|*>|<>l-*,|4>|« THE   I'lt.VMtliOOK   lIIOHAI.li
SPRING SUITS
'. .Insl nl,ni you wnnt.n good comfortable uml bniitl '•
* ■ for day time, u luiudsome stylish spring over. J
J cunt for evening, we linve thein in nil styles nml shinies. «
j                            ns. ;
* McSWEYN & GRIFFITH, I
t Cranbrook Block Cranbrook,, B. C. \
SOMETHING   NEW
We now represent the London & Lancashire Life Assurance Co. . ^ho issue some very
attractive policies -Here's an cxamplcj-A joint Endowment policy covering two lives-husband
and wife or two members of a family, under one policy.
Our joint rate is only A FEW CENTS more than such companies as the New York
Life, charge on one life
PHONE 99
Send to us for Estimate forms, or give us a call
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
CRANBROOK, B. C.
m 0 H
I P. Burns & Co
*:
*
ss
Market ■
In all the
Principal
=« Towns in
gj  Britisli
S Columbia.
I        SS
El.
>*
*» hole-all.* aad Retail
| Meat Merchants
VW   Fresh and Cured Meats Fresh
-
0
K
Fish, Oame and Poultry.
******
,*K ^e supply only the best.   Your
§f trade is solicited.
isESSEasiaiiias^EiiK^mMai^^^i^re
TIMBER LANDS
BOILERS
and ENGINES
Saw Mill riachinery
Planing Mill .Machinery
Iron Working riachinery
Minion riachinery
Machinery for all I'urposX-s
All of very liust makes,
Write
J. I.. Neilson 4 Co.,
alt! Main s... Winnipeg
BRICK
We have a stock of
Common Brick,
Pressed Brick,
Tire Brick
and Tile
Those wanting chimneys, fire
place., boilers lined, or any job
work in the brick line call on
Geo. R. Taylor
I   Hove "inn Anj Painting l» lie Done?
*   On An} of Vour Rooms Need Papering?
The Herald (lives the News
CHURCH DIRECTORY
Cranbrook Methodist Church.
Corner of Hanson Avenue anj Louis Street
Siii.-lii.*   Scr.ii',-*.;
THI: AUSTRALIAN HOTEL
Morris-icy Junction, B. C.
It. C. .uahiai    3. f- ...H-t"
Australian Hotel
Tills   iiuui   is   lal-iiiU
soliil ,-um I'.u-i lii-
knows wlll'l'l- to 1-"
ho i;ni's to iln- soliil
comfort hut.-I. Uu' I'ia
WHITE IK mil, ni
tin- Junction wlii-ri-
h.* is miv.-ii tin- I'ri'i--
iliiin ul' tin- city,
Australian Hotel
Stephen* Bros,
Owners nnil Proprietors.
Morrissey Junclion, II. C.
J. I-. Stephens,   M. Rockendorl
II. I.. Stephens,   J. I.awson,
..JO TT^
Tho Ali-xiiiitlrii lli.ti-1 has
lln- ropnliition, uiul ii l*ns
Imili up that ropiiliition mi
ini-rit, It is tin* luru'-si
iiii.I la-sl i'i|iii|ijii'il hotel in
tho district. Vou pi your
iiinni ys worth.
The Alexandra Motel
Stephens [Iras. & Co.,
Owners and   Proprietor!
■Morrissey .Mines, B. C.
FOR SALE OR LEASE
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
offer timber lands comprised in British Columbia Southern and Columbia & Kootenay
Railway land grants for sale and to lease on
favorable terms.
These lands contain some of the finest
timber in the Kootenay District.
—1—9*,   .11     'I,
l-'..i- i.-i-iiis. amps iiiiiI In i . lui* particulars uppl} lo Uu- folluwiiip;
local Inml iim-iils:
V. Ily.li* linker, Craiilirook, B.C,    I'.. Mnllniuliiim*. Jr., Cn-slon, 13, C,
I. H.Wilson, Wanlner, B. C, II. ,\ M. Binl, Nelson, ll. i*.
It. II. I'.i-niv. Wilmer, B.C,
ADDITIONAL   LOCAL
IF SO SEE
W. N. CLARKE
♦  triicls
.  earth,
- i-;.
w
w
\ 1 -'."II"
. ,-,.,„
don't want tliu
want i" i-1-""1'
mirk uiul receive
Roynl lintel, Ci iuIiiiiiiI,
z@-®-<S-®-®-®-®-® ®-®-® ®-t!
"i
<f     narnage     5
<f     Ves.nnd iln- CITY   l*..\K   J
<•>  KliV is th.- pl.-i.-ri.iMi-l n nice J
®   Wl-illiiliLT r.illi- llllll    Ol'lUllliellts    *
I iii lln- luteal style.   Why send '•
T your order out  nl' lown  nml '.
f perhaps have lhe ii-eiiiK lirak- A
■j- en l.y sliip|i!n-.  I'rices right. I
ta I'limie ...         Opposite M. li. Church I
<•)      C. VV. WILSON,      j
..-. .-.- ....... • i.-® ®-®-®~®
HANDLEY'S
LIVERY, FEED
"" SALE STABLES,
CRANBROOK,   *     -     •    li. C.
Safe Horses.   Good Nius.   Comfortable
Accommodations.   Drivers nnil Kins
lor ,'lny purl nf District.
Paul ilandley, ■ Prop.
B. C. LIVERY
and FEED STABLE
N"i-w rigs, good driving
nml saddle horses nt
reasonable rale, Our
-.iii-yill he to give good
i-iire In nil  liorses sir-
lili-tl Willi us.
N. C. McKINSTRY, 1'rnp.
Iiiiiin- W.,i-»lii|,	
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 II    l.   41
7   IU'   I',   -I
Criinlirimk
llaptlsl
Church.
Tl
in tl
Sum
ii'tiillutiliiglsa
ii* Ili.ntlal I'iiiii
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.a public in i
leoliaga,
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fill)
Crabrook Pre
Imili StvIoib:..
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nn Churcb.
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King Mercantile Company Limited
X,i.i.-i. i„ I,i-ri-lii tn,-1, thai thr Kinij- M,i
uiilil n|.4411.4 I.iiiiii,-,l   liiteml in   .-.|,,.I.
Iiii'hilllj-nlhelii f ll l-tia**, in "'I'll
Kin-i l.iiiiili„i-Mills, l.mi-i-l
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HI W. I-, lln,,l.
Snllrlt.ir tm-il"-. iinn-
DR. F. F. KINO,
DENTIST
.ji'.ei'. tiUURSl
-.< lo IU a. ill.
1 lo li p. m.
1 to 8 p   111.
CRANBROOK, B.C .
J. Q. CUMMINGS
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVLYOI*
PORT STEELE
W. F. QURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc,
CRANBROOK,   BPITISH   COI.UMI1M
Cranbrook
Livery  3
GEARY & DOYLE
Proprietors ** 9* **
Tennis antl ilrivera fumlabcl for any
point in the district.
A. DOYI.E, Manager.
Wm. R. BEATTY
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
CRANBROOK,   B.   C.
Diulortakor nnil Kmbnlnior
Utiekots iiiiiiiui-.l iiiul Blilppeil at abort
imi ii-i* ami ii-as.iiiiililt. prices
Will re clveiiiiiI lmlil remains in Chapel
lit 11 Sllliill cost.
Aural I'm- the
Net. 1111 Marble anil Tombstone Works
II wi* have imt got what ynu want
we may In- ahle to get it For yon.
Wi
11 Du.
■Nitflil
Presbyterian Musical Program.
Kims i-Iiiii-.-Ii. mi l-Iuster SundayI 	
nttraetivel    Rot X buns nt Wilson's link.-ry
msii-iil si*n
-|i.*,-ii,lly
.-.   Al  lln-  nioniing every Friday.
'"''■''• ;l ,'1""'"-  "r ""' s '">' j    SjH-cial services next Sunday in
-.hi.nl children will s,„g three new „„.    Ml.tllu,,isl    ,,,„,.,.,,     Engtor
Unster   hyu
issist.*.!    liy
decortitioits ami i-iiisli-r music- by
dr I..
lull choir.
augmented  choir ot adult   voices.
Aiithein, "A- il Began   In   Dawn,".
Dr. Win. Iteid: Tenor solo, chorus]    The employes of lln- ('.  I'.   B
liy the .-litiir:   Oft'.-rlory  sentence,'shops have issut'tl  invitations for
"Conn- Willi .Mi-." l.y ll Iioir.     inn At Homo I'm- litis evening at
Tin-   program   I'm*  lln- evening Wet.livorth linll.
service will coiit-'iin lh<- fnllowinu:: ,,--., , 1    ,1
A1.tl.u1...   "Wlm,    A,-,-   Thirs,,--     «'tl'snow and wrecks the pasl
St,,',,,,*,-. I.y Ilu- choir;   Mnl,- ,,„.-„--' "mv """'llls' the °- P' R' '",8 "'"'
lotto, "l-iw.-i-l and Low," Burnby,
Messrs. McLeod, Munlock, Patterson nml MeSweyn; After the
iill'i-rlni-v. ilml. '-Lift Vour Glad
Vnii-i-s." Seliucck, .Mr. ninl Mrs.
McTji-oil; After the lerinon, "Now
tin- Day is Over," Christopher
Murks, sulns. I.v Mrs. Martin.
Mi-ssi-s. Miu-ilock and McLeod:
Benediction Ityinu. "Softly Now
thc Light nl' Day," Weber, I.v tho
choir.
I. 0. n. I-'. ..university.
Key City lodge, I. (I. 11. I-', nt
this i'i',-.. will depart from tlieir
usiitil i-iistntii this year,iiiiii instead
of holding tiiiuiversary services in
mn- .if th.-  churches mi  Sunday,
will lmlil mi ope lint;'  nu   till.
evullillg .'I' April 2lltli, tin* "-'itli
anniversary of Uddfellowship in
America.   Addresses pertaining li
• I- ilnr   will   I..-   .l.-li..-.-"l .....I
music appropriate I'm-tin elision
furiiishcd.fi'he officers of the lodgi
are desirous of having every (Mil
Follow in the district present win
can possibly arningu in come.
Snltl tiis Property.
\\ illiimi llinnilloii who went ti
Molilalia In sell a mining propert)
iii-al- Missoula in which In- was interested, suceeedoil in his mission.
.■nnl il is reported llml lln- figures
wore were aliout SfiO.000, Several
are   intorestril.   Inil   Mr.   Hlllllll.
  will   ni-l   lii-twi-i-it  ST.IIUII nml
•MO.IIIIIIiinl of Illl-sale, a fact llml
liis Friends here will In* pleased li
knmii     His hrolher John  win, i-
niiw   in   tin-  east   had a pud
interest.
Ilij; Coal Vein at Morrissey.
The Crows N.--I Pass ('..nl .-inn.
puny have discovered n larger nnd
richer vein nl' coal yet found at
Morrissey nml ilm future ..I' llml
tuwn is now nssuri-tl, It is reported that lln- number 4,1' ,1 will lie
Inrgely increased nl once nml ex.
tensions mnde lo lln- pliiul,
incorporation.
Tin- committee appointed l.y lln
Board of Trade tn secure iuForma-
linn regarding expenses nml
revenues nl incorporated towns,
have gone tn work in 11 systematic
innjinor, ninl within a short time
will Is- suppiii'il with such data
tlmt -vill enable them In nn-t nny
inquiries that may be mnde.
Wanted.
Special representative in litis ninl
niljiiiiiiiiu territories, tn represent
and advertise an uld estnblished
business house nf solid linanciiil
standing. Salary S2] weekly, with
expenses advanced each Monday hy
i-ln-i-li ilireel from licadf]iiarlers,
i'ixpetises iidviiueod; iinsilinn per.
1111 it.    Wi- furnish evnrthing,
Address    Tlm   Coltimbiii,   fitlO
Mtiiii.u lllilg. fid
III.  I'.iiil     Ihu town.
with   unusual   delays and unprecedented expense.
Tin- dump ground for refus.
mutter lias been changed by tlu
authorities ton spot north nf town
at tin- end of flu- priiirie.
William   Molt'at.   inspector for
tin- Imperial Bank of Canada, Im
been in town this week 011 official
lnisiness and visiting liis brother
I A, Moffat
Walt Kdwnrds returned Iron
San Francisco last week, and re-
ports au excellent time. He snys
Vic Itnllitis will remain tlu-re a few
weeks longer.
Tho infant daughter ot Mr. nmi
M t*s Ilm nitsieuilt of the North Star
mill", wlm died last Friday, was
buried at Cranbrook cemetery,
Rev, S. .1. Thompson, officiating at
iln- grave.
T. 'I*. McVittlo's old dog "Chap-
pie" has sui'i-umlied to old age.
md is now in dug heaven. "Chappie" wns known from Wiiulermeri
in tin- boundary line, and was n
goiii-rnl favorite.
Tin- vnii'i-s' list i-lnsi-il Insl Mnll-
lay and those who failed to hav.
their lllimo put on hy that time,
will in- unable to take part iu tlu
grand political struggle, should it
occur before nexl November.
It is understood that the new
Michel lintel has lieen leased by
Thomas Crahau, There were
ninny people after it. and it is
rumored that offers were mad.
ranging from S-".(Kl to $1,000 per
month, Itepnrls say thai Mr.
('nudum will pay 1,000 per month.
Morrow .V McFarlane have Ih-.-m
been playing in hard luck. Thoy
wi-ii* In havo had Iheir stock of
goods hy tin- lirsl of tin- month,
lull the car got mixed up hi tin
Freight hlockiulti down cast, uud has
nnl arrived yot. Consequently
only a portion of their goods Iiuvi
arrived,
Ai lhe Methodist church last
Sunday tin- singing was led hy
iniili- choir of twelve voices witli
orchestra. The men looked somc-
wlmt lonely without the ladies hut
acquitted themselves well. The solo
liy W. (>. Morton, "Life is Like 11
Mountain Railroad," was much
liked by the railway meu present.
Craubrook can easily dispense
with grafters and men of that
class, There have been two many
individuals hanging nrouud this
town wlio are too strong to work.
As a result they have depended
upon skin games and another
source nf revenue too low to print.
In gather in the coin.   Clean them
t. ll is Iini.. to declare war 011
every individual of Hint  kind   iu
Mrs. M. (Iillis is very ill witli nn
attack nf timsiliiis.
M. MeCidltiin-v Co,, is the name
oi the new firm thnl will open n
large hardware store in tins city
iilinut Mny   1,   Tlu-y  will occupy
low building in I.r erected by K.
O, Hazel nexl to Paul Hundley's
livery barn nn Baker street.
A.   Leitch   nml   wife   retur i
Sunday From tin- .-nsl. Tlu-y stopped at Calgnry fur a few ilnys visil
willi their sou Colon. Mrs. Leitch
tins Ih-i-ii lisiiiiiu- tin* scenes nl
other years in Ollnwii snd olhei
places, and is much improved in
health    	
Por Sale.
One nf Ilm  besl   residences  in
Craubrook! Illl feet Erontngo.    l-'m
price and terms npply in
If 'P. l.iu.,1,
Craubrook or Wniilner, B.C.
Residences For Sale.
I   will Bell   my   two houses 011
Hanson avenue, now paying SilO 11
month rent.   Cheap ini' cash ami
security,    I hnve other use I'm- tl
money. W. I!. McFarlane.
...1...41.....l.t((((((((«
t BUSINESS   COLUMN $
* ====== ..
j£ Locals in this column will be *
Z charj-ed at the rate oi 5 cents *
Z per line each issue.
i>
*,)i..MH).l»(. .(.((..((f
'•'on Sale—llnrreil   I'lymontli   lloi-k
eggs from |nii*.'. largo, viorons birtls,
l-.i-it A. ('. l'lgott
J. S. DENNIS,
llritisli Columbia land Commissioner,
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
Calgary, Alberta.
Ciiiiifintiilili', flirnlslieit
Apply nt llernl.I office.
ni I., l.'t
-111 it
If ynu wiintniiiili'ili job work iiiiiu- liy
tiioili-rn printers, -"till .it tin' Ib-rnM
Olllee,
Only lirst-.-lnss ji.liwink .Inm* nt Tl
Ilorulil Offlco.
Kilsli-i-is tin-lu-sl tint.! (n linvo yoni
lilcturo taken. I'rost Photo Co,
Strictly mu- s|n-riiilty—Tin- luteal in
photography,
Timber Notice
Tako notico Hint Ililrty tiaya after iluto 1
iali-tnl tnii|i|il.v In ll I.lel iMiiiniissintii-r of
IiuiiIh  llll'l   mirks  nl   Viiliiiiii  Iiii- ll s| illl
lii-i'iisi* tiniit ninl carry away llmbi-r off th.'
fulliiiiiii-r ili-ac ilml limits In Smuli Kasl
Kiinli'iin.v:
I'mnnii-iii-ilil-at a slaka (lllllll il IIW .il.ntna
stinlli lilllli, nun lii'iisl  ritriit-i-nf Lot Hill.in
Smuli   Uii.t   Kimli-liiiy,   II *i-    smith   In
illllllil,, liim nsl  IUD i'lmins. Ilii-ii.-n iinrlli
Kl ellilins, llii'in-i- ni>4i Iiiii cln.ina to tbo
plan nl l.'iiiaiiliiji, i-iiiiliiliil"-. nin m-ivs,
 .-i.l Inss. T   W, |.,.,i«lt.
I I I'nlnillll'.V I'll, IIIIH. Ill
Coal and Petroleum Notice.
Tnl,„ niili..* ilmi llilrlj ilnj-anlli-r iinn*.
I In innl n-nrlu Im- a li so In pl'.is|a>i*l fnr
nml I 14-1.4,1,-41111,4.mi  tin- Inllmvlint -Ins
i-rllml Inmls ni'iir Klaklm-llllll i'li*ok, in Snulh
Unsl K nn.l.
riiiinii.tiiii-i.nl ii I-"**, plnnloil ii'ljni-iiil iii
salil iiii'l nlniul sis miles llllllll nt Ilm Inl.-i
lllllinli I liiniiiilni.v III u Ini) "At'iltnr Slftutl's
Hlllllll I'llHt,   rnl'lll'l"  llll'lli'i!  441'Sl   Sll  L'lltllllB;
ilii'iii'i< iinrlli hii i'liains; tin' si sn chalna;
ili<'iin< small Hll i-lin ns o Ilia pli ut linnia
ning, .iniituliilng II.O noies ul Inml.
Dnti'tl .Iniiuiiry mill, l-.l'll,.
I ArllnitSiltmi,
Timber Notiee
Xntiii- is lii-i-i-li.v given Hint t irty iln.vstiltiT
ilnti*. I iniiinl lo apply Iii ilu* Clilof 1'iini-
inissini] uf I.mills nntl Wmks fnr n sjii'i-inl
licence lo .-nt nml enrry nivny Hnilinr froia
tin. liilliiiilliKili'Si'iilii'il lillnls ill Hinilli Unsl
"iinli'l ill:—
I'liiiitni'iii'iiig at n nn-t ranrket]"'. Mclnnea
s. W. inin. I-" ptnnlo.1 at ihc S. IJ. corner nt
Inl Ni. 051.4 A mi;i I. Unsl   K I'lni.r His
trier, iloai-o ni-. no itiiiiiis In tlm Weal
Itniimliir.. ni l .i niio Group 1 thonco norlli
-llliliniiis in ilm smilh 1...I1-] .T nt Int 101
Group 1,iini nisi 80 chutes, llience aouth
In chains in lln* i'iiiii* nf liittflaeing conlutn-
in JIJII nct'i's.
Iii I this till ilny ulMiuch llilll.
1 .1. M.I ii mu.
MAKE MONEY
BY BUYING A SURE THING
THE STOCK OF THE
St. Eugene
Mountain
Mines, Ltd.
Its property is located on the St. Eugene Mountain.
It has the St. Eugene lead.
It can be bought at 10 cents per share.
It is backed by mining men, not mining (akirs.
It will increase in value.
To make money in mining buy good stock Io-v
and sell on the rise.
BEALE & ELWELL,
Cranbrook Agents.
LUMBER
Robinson=JVlcKenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kind's Of
Rough and Dressed Lumber
...........
KINO MERCANTILE CO.
Saw! Planing Mills
Mnmifiioliirnrs o[ limn-li nml Dn-ssoil
.LUMBER.
::
WE NEVER SLEEP
We do all kinds of scavenger work, such
as cleaning privy vaults, cesspools, and
carting away rafuse matter in yards.
Satiefaction guaranteed. Office at Wentworth Hotel.
Cranbrook .Scavenger Co.
D. H. ricDonald, Mgr*.

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