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Array THE CHAIN BROOK HERALD.
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t-ltANltllOOK,   nBITISH   COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY,    MM:   •-'!».   I!"1"'
NUMBEB   11
CHURCH DIRECTORY
Cranbrook Presbyterian Church.
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Ciaiihrtiiik  v)i-il„.disi Church.
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Tlm public arc, Inill.v ii.v.i.-.l ,.-...,
ullumlmg.
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-£} Columbian College £-
Funded II..1 Ne* W_.lnilu.1cr 11. I
lacorpnralcd 18.J
I'l-uvlilnt n ,l.,l_<li,,i tn.1,,0 ,n,  -iiaa-aU, ..I
.,„,,, M-c, nt „,..,li-r,t,.' ratea, II... a |...|.
a,..,..,-., elan, fur Junior .nnli-iila, .luiiiu urn
.t.,1 I'llbllcHcliiml work. I'ura lllill, M'bool
work, ...liter, all IliuL tj.'huul prlvlleneH, io...
(ireiial-w, n.i it-...-liai-rti'iamiiiii,im... Teuche.
nil l.ttuii-li... i.l a I'll.ll'I'll'Al. Ilt'-IN'MSS
rOUHSI., und utvc iII,»Iuiuiih. ,,,,,-. .. lit.
end i-.lin-i.ii.,ii it, iu„iv„ ,',11,'uiiiit' ' u„i>,-.
alalia ,1a-I.,ali,-.,aillaaa, .„ I„r   M   I'M
aial j|. I.. A. In Uillrarally work .„,. Ink.
b„,.,i.,„h thruugl, ili.'i'i.,„j.l..|.. Art. ...ni-M-
i.n.l lln- ilt-yrii- i.l II A. cull In, ubtithic.1 frum
T,.r.i<„,.r<iiv..i_i,y, with which Ihccolh'ifch
,n lull iillllatiiili-    Fur Itlllar ilifiillliali mil
term. v. ,11c in
K.v W. J Slppr.ll B. A. B V. Prln.lp.1.
or Htv. J. P. Buwcll. Bur.ar
I B. C. Strawberries {
4
Preserving   Season ut  band. 4
Leave your orders *
Prompt delivery guaranteed #
Fresh Fruits J
Choice   Confectionery
Hnzelwocxl Ice Cream.
>HUGH STEWART.** {
(•HONK NO    76       AflMSTNONQ AVE    a
} CLINE'S   POPULAR |
BARBERSHOP
j is now located in its comfort-
, able and attractive new quar-
t ten in the Watts building. c*
* This institution is just up-to-
• date and is modrrnly equipped
J to do lust the best work in all
» branches ot the tonsorial art.
! TISDALE I
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OPERA HOUSE
ONE   WEEK
Commencing
Monday, July 3rd.
* * m
THE  SHERMAN l'l.AT'l'
STOCK COMPANY
Supporting
HAYDBN   STEVENSON
** 4> 4-
\ Ural i'1'i-ii eiiiH|muy |ii'i"t.*iitiiii.
HihI idtiMU |)l«yn
Win  It Sln'Nii'iu, Muunger
.luui t'lusi-il ii three iiionilo. .-in;tir.
nt.-i.l nl  Mh'I'iiimi'.. I i|..i.i
II.nisr in ('ulgitty
riONDAY, JULY ..rtl.
"Shall lUe forgive fier"
A l.i'illilil'ul ritory, im-II  wiill,mi mul
I'ill.'l'llllv  |l!,i.|„ri'll.
1'rii'i'n 2,',. :i',. mul at)uvula
Iti'soricl Suuta nu  aiili' nl   I', I)
l.riiK Sl.uv
ADDITIONAL LOCALS
No Hurt'oni stock on sale after
Jul)   I."..    s,e ■•Hutch "
Mrs. I.nshy, ot Sirdar, visited Cranhrook yestviilay.
Joseph Sieiiitt has hern on the
-.ilk list  ihe past week.
Sidney Conl tun i.s now wiih Wallace Hamilton at Ferule.
James Uill visited several days
ihis week in I'lueher Creek,
The Imperial bunk has opened a
new liranch ai Mseard, (int.
Leave your orders lor Irull jars,
rings and cups at Fink Bros.
J. J. Murphy and J. II. Hawke, of
Moyie, were Cranbrook visitors this
week.
All ol the stores will be closed on
Saturday until six o'clock iu the
evening.
Stewart McKlm, formerly ol Cran
brook, has moved Irom Morrlsey to
Grand Forks.
Head the ad. of the Royal Household Flour. Sold by Cranbrook Cooperative Stores
Itohert Gillis came down from Morrlsey Monday and joined the stall
,tt the Co-operative stores.
The Indian band or the Mission returned Tuesday from a nip to Creston and other western points.
Mrs. A. H. Eager and Mrs. W. II. •
Wllson leave to-day Ior an extended
visit in the eastern provinces.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Tale gave a
very pleasant euchre party last evening in honor of the Misses Hlaikies.
Bealo A Elwell arc ottering a home
consisting of a home and lot in a
central part of the town (or $275.00,
Hurry in your orders lor Marconi
st.ul. there will lie none on sale
,ii   Crnnbrook   allei  July  15       Sec
Hutch.11
It looks .is if there v\.\- .i Rood
time ahead Ioi mining stocks, don't
forget   ll.-.ile   .«,   Klwell    foi    rinses!
• .ti*-
It
rip tn  \lo
■vi  Mo
Uaptli
tt.  It.
Imt livt.lt Hlnek
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THE
STRATHCONA
roiiiit-i Iv Hotel l*l,nl<
NliLSON, U. C.
It. I'Ofll'KINSi Malinger,
ritia liiilnl la nun nl lln) Ix-al in
llriliall   I'llllllllblll   llllll   Up I" llut''
In ,.,,'ri  r."i|i.'.l.     Will HkIiUhI
wimple nu una.
in
Ho
:il     all
npleteil
First
Wasa
N   Hanson's new    l,„
,1.11 I..- up .1 ..,, San,
l,m  lime      A  i Hal  i
aMMl.lml    ,,,   IH'liple   ,,,    ,1
be presenl
Ml     .m.i     Mrs    Meal
SumI,,  ui  Murysvllle,  .
lo-daj      Hi   Weeks is
health anil will go to lhc e,
Mrs    Weeks
I'l,,- I.   ii   I, ,   Mn   i.i.'l.
I i..  ,,,ll give a  banquet
alien, ,|  .lul,   I.:        Hie,
bagpipes    „,„l     othei    ,,,„'
Tickrls H.au
The   Misses   Hlalkle,   ..I   Winnipeg,
have bun tlu- gtiesls ,,i then cousin
dislriel ,.,
.1,1.1      ills
a in town
.i i„ good
const with
a,     tin
will bi
selnelils
|I. Edgar Davis j
i 4
*!- BRICKLAYER and %
$ CONTRACTOR %
i t
f Furiiiire, Boiler, Range. |
J uud Kireplmv work a spoufnl- x
i • S
All lloBCWptlOnS Of stuiie- th
work uinb'vliiken, < Inleri. lefl &
■ iil A
J. D. McBWDK'S        ?
- will receive prompt attention. %
iih
The
ir linn,I
severe
broad
* blade
a had
|   \'u-   Desaulnier,   ol     the   Central
hotel, ol Moyie, is preparing to
i serve one ol the best meals ever put
(Up in Moyie on the First. The bill
of lare for that day Is a peach and
would satisfy the most niiic.il m
ilnidti.il living.
VI ll McMahon an.l family, ol
Marysville, wore in tuwn to-day doing Rome shopping Mi MaMahon Is
preparing to take a trip to Portland
io   bct tlie   cx|K»itioii anil   bis   uld
homo,   as  tie  lived   [ol   a   hiimliel      ol
years In ihat cltj
Uiien buying rings Im engagement
purposes ..i gems lui presents it is
mil always pleasant lu do so In the
presence ..i othei patrons Al W
!■'   Tate &    Sons there Is ,t prlvau
loom  ftil   this   liuipt.se  BO  Ibat  a  ciis
tumei mnl examine gems Irom Uie
iiliiini.', nes ol the public
J Pruden, engineel al \'oi Hi Slai
mill, caught Dtie ol the ilugeis on hit
left hand yeslerday while al work
• .ii some machinery and bad the eiul
knocked off. He hurried to town
and had it attended to mul the lad
ihat no lime was lost may enabl.
him to save the injured men.bet,
Dr. 1. C. Hishop, 1-: Sproule, C
1*:. .Itidson, M. Dmlck and K. Staple
ton were among the Marysville people
who saw the football name last Friday. The rcsi of tbe crowd came
down to root for Ur. Hishop, who
played goal for Cranhrook, and as
rooters they are par excellence.
Miss Rhoila Letteh, who has beet,
attending the conservatory of music
at Toronlo the past year, has passetl
her annual examinations with great
honor. Miss lllioda will return home
some time iti August and the many
iri.n is ol the talented young lady
will he pleased to see her again.
The ladles of Cranbrook should set-
Mr. Rogers when they are ready to
put up their strawberries for this
season, The Wigcn berries are conceded to be the best aud they are in
big demand. All anyone Has to do
Is simply to try une of the boxes
and that will satisfy the most critical.
During the absence of the pastor of
the Haptist church the pulpit will be
supplied by Hev. Donald Melntyre, ol
Pincber Creek, Mr Melntyre is oue
o| the strong young men of the west
and the Baptist congregation is fortunate in securing his services. Tbe
Hev. gentleman will preach July 9th
Itith and 30th.
Roger Lund and Charley Bretn-
ner have returned from Calgary
where they were attending school.
Colon Leiteh will arrive to-morrow,
Arthur   Lund is   expected   in a few
lays,     and    also      .Mr.    Lund's     two
daughters who aro attending school
4t Nelson.
Arnold A Roberts, the insurance
ind real estate men bave moved this
week to the olliee formerly occupied
by Heale A Klwell, This places this
known linn iin the sunny side id
the street anil they are fixing up
very attractive quarters, and will be
in good shape to take rare ol then
increasing business,
.1 Elliott ieii Tuesday wnh ihe
eai of Roods and stock belonging to
V !■;   Slddons, which were billed foi
Hn   Jaw Mt      Elliot!   took     a
horse ol Ins own and will cruise thai
ti oi the countvj foi a homestead
companj    wllh   a   brother-in-law
.ni Noi ib Dakota, who is to    meet
ui at  Uot.se Jaw.
Tlie strawberries received Irom
Wigcn at Creston arc giving excellent
satlslnctinn Thoy arc well packed,
arc firm, and what is very Important,
the) are fresh, as ihey  are delivered
ii Crnnl
eked
ha
on thu
i;   v.
s   ileliei.
lib       Iii
Ro
do
Ul.ltiVl
0   last
fire,    A repn
visited  Die pi
lust liim' sim i- Die lne
business pol tion i.l tho 1
sin pi is, tl ami pleased t
magnificent city built
Ferule in-day gives pro
lets si
nt llie
vVtrh I
.swept
til cat n
linil
as us prosperity
oundatlon
the!
sob
ce the
Herald
t the
mt ilii-
tiil was
■v such a
ip again.
■ of future
bnsed
(b
The Craftbrook lacrosse team will
go lo Nelson on Frida] to play the
team oi that city.
Mis a H Grace and grand
daughter, Oracle lliggina, came ovi i
Hum Foi' Steele this ar.-ttio.ui
The members ol the lire brigade
who will make up tbe team In the
bo ■ rai '■ j' Uo) ie un the Hi I are
practicing   nearly   every evening and
are   doin]     ui •■    i   woi i.     The)
i tar ted oat making tin run in about
tu seconds, and have i ut tbe lime
,],,■." d i"i.i > ■■ live ■ i on 11 b) ti i i
pra< Hoe I be gi ■ ..* Uuul lu I ■■
t.. tin- ia. I thai ii . bai i tu ,■■ i tlie
!.mn- . road oul eat li night, bui yel
ihey will endi avoi tu make . o I j
h ,wii | .i   po   Ihi  :■■: the learn
fondue toi Camel n letuineJ ....
1 if iiaj t nm I r nip lu Huffalo,
■rtheic he allinded ., ion ul    llm
trainmen ul   -uneUM      Mi   i ameiuii
-...■.-. llml l.e hail ih,   i ■ rn lus life
Ile vlslled Huiia!.,, New Vutk, Nta
gara, Cleu'lawt, Chicago Minupapu
i.s, Winnipeg uud Fort William, and
saw  every ihing Ihal  was worth see
lilg. Mi. I .in..'ion h.i. l«.fii absent
about i"" months ..n.l will slnrt lo
ivurk again this week Mn Cam
ei..n is siill in Winnipeg uud will nol
return fur ;i few  weeks.
The license commission will meet
lo-morrow In ihis town to coiuddci
the .application of Thomas Cnvln Ioi
a llctn.se ioi h.s hold ai Spokane
.fmictii.it, lite point where tin- new
Corbln road will connect with the
Crow, As ihere is no other holel
at Ihis point and si,tee ll is hound lo
he tjulte an Important transfer station, llieie .Minis tn be no question
as lo tbe necessity nf an liolnl, and
therefore the board will without a
do ii tit gi-olnf the appllca/tlDii, unless
there is some othei reason lor refusing it of which tin- Herald has no
knowledge.
Heale tV Elwell have taken posses
siou of their new ollit.es in ihe rooms
vacated by the Imperial bank, which
they have tilted up in a most attractive manner. This firm has been
making commendable progress since
it started In business in Cranbrook
several years ago, and the larger
quarters became necessary to accommodate their increasing business, In
their new quarters they have the
mam office and two private rooms
for consultation, and many conveniences ihat will rewlct lheir woik
easier and are inuffl sallslactory.
They ask the Herald tu extend a
cordial invitation to tin- fft*o[Ilu ot
the district to eall aud make iheir
olliee iheir headquarters when in
town.
Dan McLcod, who is in charge ul
the work ou ibe portion of the Cur-
bin road located in British Columbia,
(or Breckenndge a Lund, was in
lown the lirst of the week. .Mr. Mo
U-od says that ihey have about 15(1
uuu at wuik at present mid the force
11 bo greatly Increased as soon as
ihey get io grading,    This pari    ol
the work has heen delayed as lbe line
was changed alter the right-of-way
had been cut Ioi several miles, rendering it necessary foi Unit pan of
llie work to be done over again. W.
Burton, who was wnh Campbell A
Co., ol Moyie, Is lhe slnre-kecper al
Yahk for the company, and Mi. Ellison, ot Nelson, is the bookkeeper,
an.l ibe two mcti make a strong team
in the business, as both ol them are
rustlers.
MANAHAN—K0BL1N.
The Daily Intelligence! ol June ll,
ul Belleville, Out., has the following
account ol tho marriage ol two well
known Cranbrook people.
At high noun today au Interesting
event look place al lhe residence of
Mi Win. E. Hunter, Albert sireel
it was ihe marriage ul his niece,
Miss .Mmiel K.  Kohlin,  to Mi.   Geo,
Mai.ahan,   ol Cranl k, tiv.    The
ceremony was pnrtormed by the Rov,
A. C, Mayhee, and was witnessed by
many    relatives    and
drawing t
S, m -hi
'^^^RRANjJIL^^^^TH|^IHC|^ME
!f^«^M-«^-M~>**<*-K^
M%
Mill,sun    this
lad,.s .ne on ihe,,  wn
,1,1,1 othei  eoasl  points
.1    II.   Mal'all,,,,,  „„'t
nccldeiil   this   morning.      A
a.e I.U oh lln Uliler mill -til,
struck his righl loot uniting
gash, but foltunately not causing   a
permanent injury.
Iteiil .. Co. are beginning to sec
the end ol their building operations
at the store. When the wprk is
completed thai company wjll have
the larRcst stnre in all ot East
Kmil.nay an-l une of lhe best.
Hev. .1. I'. Wcslmnp, pastor ol the
Meth.i.list church, will eunlinue his
ad.lless nt'Nt Sunday evening by
showing the relatinn of iinm to mun.
The large auaienee last .Sunday evening followed closely the line of dis-
I course. Next Sunday evening the
I pastor will point out our Influence
over each oilier. The morning sub
Ijuct will he "Cast down but not des-
•Itoytd."
iu, mis
d wiih polled pin
lhe occasion, lbe i
l,,g henealb a lest
whilst     the
place.     The b,
dress ol   while
I,,,<.,„,', „l while lo.sa
led  by  Miss Belle
wore a    prettj    gow
t-liu.ll,
a Has
ilk,   a
Is "Royal Household"
Really the Best Flour?
Thousands of women who do tlieir own baking
Enow it is the Leil, Ly results—they don't care about
the icasons—but those who have not tried it may want
to know why it is lhe be.l.
Of course nny maker of flour—with the same
experience—the same facilities (or selectino the best wheat
—tlie same tremendous plant equipment for milling, and
the same process for Electrical Purification of flour
could make jusl as good flour as ROYAL HOUSE-
MOL.D^if he had the genius for flour making.
Dut no other flour maker in Canada has all these
requisites and facilities, therefore no flour equal to
ROYAL HOUSEHOLD is made in this country.
In these talks we shall give you good reasons why
ROYAL HOUSEHOLD is the best flour and why
it is the cheapeji flour for you to use.
Ogilvie's "Royal Household" Flour
I
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MASON & HISCII PIANOS     MASON & RISCH PIANOS     MASON * RISCH PIANOS
tt gi MASON A RISCH (fiM
PIANOS
include everything Hint appeals to the critical In music,
uml lo I hose who know the nature of piano construction,
AJthlnl ol u century has firmly entrenched them In the
hearts oi Ihe people ul Canada.    Ilrlore purchasing see
MASON A RISCH PIANOS
mason * risch pianos  mason & risch pianos   mason *, risch pianos
i I
,-,,ill, dieoiat
m.I llowem io,
; couple s-l,„„l
ol bll.lal  lose
was   lakili,
itliteti  In   ,
ami carried    ,
She wns as
Uobinson,  win
..I   ell PPSIIi
Willie I
LAND NOTICE.
Nuib'o is hereby given that, 00 dura
from date, 1 will apply i„ the l.lon-
orable llie, Chief Commissioner ut
Lands nml Works lor permission to
purchase about su acres of land ,'oui-
meiiclng at the northeast cornel ol lot
■JUIl, group One, Kootenay ,I,vision,
tht'liee 1)01 tli 2u chains, thence west
•lo chains, tlunce south 20 chains,
Ihence east lo point ol commencement.
9 Ut Civile V.  Downing.
Haled this *f,lb day ol May,  1805
,   '
rgc l.eask, ul Spokane, ariiveil
here lasl Frlilny ami ,s cunhemplatiitg
removing to ,l„s lown In locale per-
msnently, Mr. Leash was a resilient
of frnnbrooh for ,i liiunber of years
ami then moved lo Spokane ivher,. he
has been engagfal iu building atui
contra,.',fug, and whore be bus done
Well. Iiul .Mr. Leask always likcil
Cranbrook and says that he wuul.l
prefer to live here, lie rspecls lo
bring his family back wiihin a shoii
time.
The sehoul concert given last Friday evening at Wentworth hall was
a great success in every way apd a
great credit to the teachers who had
lhe entertainment in charge. Mrs.
Ilrock, who was the promoter ol Ibe
mnvenieni, worked like a trnjan, and
was ably assisted hy Miss Lewis and
Miss McVlcer.    The pupils ,|,d their]Pany,   recently   organized by Charles,
work nicely and some ol the numbers IJ'""^   i"«l *■  ,'1;, l''  '^S'd' ° '
, ,,    „ n„ ,    ,- Spokane,   and    .lames    I rniuii,     nf
were especially line. lliese school jfoylc, has purchased lhe plant and
concerts are an excellent thing fur (real estaie of the Idaho ftrcwing
the children as they tend to give the!company at liolse for $100|000. The
pupils confidence In sell In puhii(.,'deal was made by Mr. Theiss, win, is
',,,., , .   ,   i        now   n    ose.     II is said lo be   the
and that Is as much a pari ol eduea- ill1t.nti0I1 u( ,i„, purchasers to remmlel
Hon as studying lessons from tlie aIKi Increase the capacity uf the
buoks. [plant.
Take
italo I
nolle,'
in,.',,,!
MITICK
ilia
voile, „,„i carrletl a boiiq
hd pink carnatluiis.    Th, ,, .-■-•, .n, ,u
ussisu-.l   hv    Mr.   Keiimlh    lluntei.   ,.„,,,.,,,.,, ,
Alter lhe nuptial knot hail been lied  ",',,.__
the   natty   were handsomely   eirlpr-i   ;.;„„„„,,„.,„,.
tallied.     All. and Mrs. Mniialinn will >mrm „, ,,,, :,,,
leave ,,n lbe ovctiiiig train loi     unwise    The bride's present from the
gi..,,,,, was   a cheque for   a substantial sum; lo the bridesmaid be   gale
a pearl stick pin.    The bride received many beautilul ami useful gills.
.Mr. Manahau is one ol lhe popular
conductors „n the Crow ami the
bride is the daughter of Mrs. lavalis,
and has a host of friends In Crnnbrook.
BOUGHT A BREWERY.
The Spokesman-Review says   thai
.he Idaho   Brewing ,v .Malting   com-
sixtv  dais al
|ill   to   liie   CI
Lands anil Works
n purchase the lollow
•Is in  Soulh  Last   Ke
lb
ml,
Ihence easl lortv
bains; thenco soulh Iwenty chnlns;
iln-n,',' wesl foiiy chains; llience
ii..rtli twenty chains to place uf beginning.
.1. Harvey staples
Daled June 27th,  1005.
BRICK PLANT IOR SALE
One wire cut hrlckinuking mu-
chine, 511,000 capacity, one 42
horse, power upright engine. For
terms apply to W. f. third, Cranbrook.
LUMBER
Robinson-McKenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kinds Ol
Rough and Dressed Lumber
MINERAL ACT.
(I'ollu  l.l
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTICE,
fioldsircam
fioiel *
J. R. DOWNES,
A Short Drive
From Victoria
People of South East Koot-
„.,-.., ...Ur. .rl.-il Vlrlnei:, ehni.trl! SOtloil under Section .17 must he coiu-
enay whovii.it victoria snouia 1I1(.IU.H, Mou thl.  |SSUanco 0i  such
r .1 , •    /-<  11 . j *vi tilieate.
not fail to visit (joldstream. j» 1   i,.d,ci this 8th day ol Mav, 1905.
I    7-91 Thos. T. McVittie,
It is the tourist's paradise. Agent,
MAMMOTH  MINERAL CLAIM
Situate in the  Fort Steele Mining
j Division uf  the    Kast  Kootenay  Dts-
; trlct.
!    Located on Luke  Creek.
Take   null,*   that  1, Thus. T. Mc-
;Viltie, F. M. C. B73710. agent lor J,
T.  Laidlaw,   F.    M.    C,   No. 73454;
i .las. Angus, F. M, C. 43546; Win.
Tarrant, F. M. O, 43663, and .las. A.
Harvey, F. M. C. 43,556, Intend sixty
days from the date hereof lo apply to
the Mining Recorder for a Certificate
of improvements lor the purpose ol
obtaining a Crown Cleant oi the above
claim,  and  further   take  notice that THE   CBANBROOK   HERALD
DRAYING
W,- liav,
,-v. ,:,l ve.
ISFaCTRJn
4' '
ll.
I.,
al,
biuiutm,   ,- ,„
. we wve so
, one ot lhe Is*
and «.- attem
lUll -la
Well,,
In II.
tlv to Imsiiieaa.
ABOUT THAT PIANO
When yuu want ll oiuveil ».
We make u a aim-lull}' an.l I,
ml can -1" il
Al-
|.n„„i
wit...
1.1 lu
tun
Perry & Fitzgerald
Cranbrook Cartage
and Transfer Co.
|IU|.C  she C. P. K. 'PHONE W
$ob ttfinting is au Hlvtsss
n
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The Herald Practices the art.   You can get only one kind ol &
Printing in this office.    That is the best. n
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*   PIONEER PHOTOQllAPHER
PROF.      l.l'Kl.l.     VISITS     Tl
(-ROWS NEST DISTRICT,
A. W. McVittie
Dominion and Provln
clal   Land Surveyor.
H. li. McVittie
(ieneral Archi
TIMBER, MINES  and t
LANDS \
CRANBROOK,   B.   C. j
Drink Home Beet
It Is Pure
It Is Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
T,,i-
liip .
It. lo
irapt
FlS'E DAR1NO  R0M1BERIES
J. M. DERR,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER;
Repairing Promptly Done.
Footwear to Measure a Specialty
Cranbrook
Livery  S
GEARY & DOYLE
Proprietors
TeHtua ami drivers furnished for any
puiul lu the «li-lrlct,
A. DOYLE, Manager.
Second
Hand Store
We carry a complete
stock   of   household
goods, and have a lot
of SNAPS
Shoes at your own price
Jas. McArthur
Sages Old Stand
t> yearn an« Prof. Muell an.l
i.i Montreal, made a llylug
er ihe mail! lim* ut the t\ I*.
tin* purpose ol securing photo
uf thf leading points ol Inter*
      this yeai iiii-}' tut* taking iboli
second nip .unl also visiting points
on thf Crows Nost line, tor the hisi
tinif. During their lonm-r msii
tlu-y succeeded in getting sonic ex»
colli iii view's uf this part ol the
country boloro the" ad vent oTUie rail-
way whuh .tie ihi* must valuable
collection ut views in thr world.
Their present trip is tot the purpose
uf taking views as tbey And ilu- coun-
irj to-day und to note Ffte changed
condition ol altalrs. To a Herald
representative tlu* Professor talked
most enterUaluliigly ol llioir trip
through this part u( the wurld before civilization had readied this (ar,
ovei -tt years ago, und their astonish
ment at thr rapid uruwih uf thr wesl
as lht*y aie seeing it in ihis new age,
Professor Buell hy his views and Irom
thi.- pltftforrn has possibly done mun
to advertise the great Canadian Weal
than any other living individual
view work of the great
Canadian Kinky Mountains ate tin
very host ihat is. produced anywhere.
Allot taking several view
along tin- t'luw Professor
Buell will continue their trip to tin
Coast It might be iiirtitiu-it-d 'thai
Mrs. Hiit'll was tlu*. hist wouuu* to
visit and ascend (lit- famous glacier
at tlu* Qlacier bouse, some twenty
years agu ami was the one whu lirsi
expressed lhe opinion that Harrison
Hut springs wuuld bt1 an ideal., re-
suit.
Hi'
rst and tlu
at puinL
and     Mrs
(Kellli
Five
ilnrlng
leek.
'ii„- ll,
he  I'.
,,.,,< hul
iin- la
rariei
i:   ii
„l,   ,.10,
, ,1,1 ll. .1.1 nps
iiii unit  the
about
ninriiliig  ui
„,i.a.l men
llle ,,,-.',1,1
- up    i >
INJURED HV   \  DYNAMITE CAP
Put lies digging a eell.it on Battel
lull used ti>„.unit,- loi blu&tlug pui
poses ninl ul nigll. the cups liele uo
put awa) us ih,-> sliuul.l h.ue I,..,,
Lum Tluus.l.ii nvelung, I'luieme, Hi
Iii
iil
ohlilii,
tin
-il
elnp
ii,hul
..I   la
I I. i.u.
The
-I,     I.a I
•ipl
The WciltWlll'tll
opera how
occupied   next »•
„k  hy   the
uml   I'lull   Slock
company,
Don't Pay Rent
Build a House
Hut In,fur,' doing u<> B6G.Iuiih'H
Greer, the contractor, Ho will
ho itlili' to 1,1,>_i you with suggestions Hint will prove valuable.
James Greer
Contractor and Builder
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Low
Return
Rates
TO
Portland, Oregon
Exhibition
CRANBROOK
$27.00
'.hi DAY LIMIT
•   VIA VANCOUVER,
VICTORIA
CtorffispprifHng lutes from nil Koot-
I'liny points
SIIKKMAN-P1/ATT   STOCK    COM-
PANY COMING TO
CIUNBUOOK,
1,' will be
S her man
the engagement opening Monday-, July 3rd;
under thr personal direction of Win.
H. Sherman, thr enterprising thi'airi-
cal manager of Calvary. This well
aggregation is hearted by tin*
young romantic aolor, Mr. 11 ay den
Stevenson, supported by a clover
company, Including Miss llrlrn Leslie Wnr.lc, Georgia Francis, Ivj
Lyons, Clara I'ornyn, Sydney Piatt,
.1. .1. Kennedy, Al. Newman, Joe
Lyons, Thro, Joes, Allen T. Krisby.
(Irii. W. Raynes and other favorably
known artists.
Thr company has just closed a mosi
suceessfnl engagement at Sherman's
opera house in Calgary, where • they
have been holding thr hoards for tin-
past Hirer months, playing to large
business. Tlif repertoire to be pre-
sentrd in Cranbiook will inelude
"Thr Lost Paradise," Hall Caine's
masterpiece "The Christian," Conan
Doyle's "Shrrluck Holmes," Na!
Goodwin's "When wc were Twenty-
one," "Tiiu Much Johnson," and other wrll known comedies and dramas.
These plays have been produced in
Calvary with the greatest surer.ss
and a whole rarload of .srenery, as
wrll as a stage car'ientrr and scenic
artist rallied by Uie company will
insult! perfect production.;.
stoking ih.' iiuii.i
wl with .1   pistol
ul  .ill   il.e   1 1.'V
$1. He '■iih ii
with towels an I
till ol ils I'uiilPi
(30,  ilif i..:i..i-i-.
Ot s.l\s he
coiisiil.'ialil
attracted .1
given by ihe portel is vcrj vague,
Tbey were musked and wore green
guggles tme wi.u- luiig laced buoU
and was a tall heavy man, ami ad-
dressed our ol bis companions as,
Dan. A lady a few blocks down Uu
street says she saw iwo masked nieu
at- ihat limn talking uu ihr street
i'hey either were colored mm ur wore
gloves and tbelr laces wero masked,
The porter says the parties Wert
white men,
Ou the following night thrco robberies occurred, all exactly tn the Bame
manner, W. J. lltundelPs store wan
onWred by tlu* outside cellar, entrance
and   llieiue up  the ilinlile cellar steps.
Tbo till was robbed ut $1.50 in five
mil ten erni pieces Mi. Blutidell
believes that none uf his goods in
the store  were  louehrd.
Tbe King's holel was entered in
the.same manner and $l5'was taken
from the till. It. Moore was awakened hy Ihr closing uf a dooi at (We
o'clock, but thinking it was one 01
the boys he paid no attention lo it
It was .the thieves tfoiiig out tin* sidi
entrance.
The I'nion hotel in the OUI town
was "touched" in thu same manner
The robbers got up tho cellar way
ami departed through the door, Thev
got aboui $8 oui uf Simon Dragon's
till.
Ahaiu lliis morning, Leslie Mills te
the Central hotel reports lhat an
attempt was made to hold his hoiisi
up at l o'clock this morning, llr was
on duty himself, and being somewhat
suspicious of trouble he had a rille
standing behind the bai
cd men entered tli
[Handed
[mu year
found
home, an
place 11 o
oul di
UK   the *.
ul,   an.l     ,
■vas badly
uld
1 II lh.ki-tih..ili
nit- oi ih.-iii .ti.,1 look 11
boy-like,   procccdud    te
a   toil,   ami   with  atiothel
e  an  explosion "hv   pouutl
The buy was mivceas
a   ii'.ull    his   llghl   ham
iiiililaiid      -N>> tune   wa
NOTICK.
Take notice that  thirty days after,
date 1 intend tu apply to the \-•".*■'I
Comiplsaloaer   ol    Lands and worn l«
loi a Bpeclal license to cut and cany i|
away timber Irom the i.-llowmg   de- •
stribed   lands   in   South   Last   Kootfr-
uay:
Commencing ai  the -southeast <or-   1
ner o( l.ut li^is, Droup I, being S. s.
Manahaiis     limber    license;   thenee
•south   su   chains;     thence west   80  M
chains; thence north 80 chains; thenceii.
east 80 chains to plan* of beginning.
uns Staples.
Hated June 1st, 1805. IHM
3UCIBTY AND
PROFESSIONAL
BSSIONAL CARDS  1
tla
:. ll. I .it'ie
ldrnt wnh
aboui   (ilu  i
ol llie ae
.-it- tin* in
cair   ul   ll)
lust iu taking lhu victim
eldout to th.- hospital, wl
Jin I'd   meiiibei     w.is   I.ik.-ii
in King. H wm a narrow escape
hut (ultimately the hoy is nuw uiu ol
ihe hospital ami gelling'along nicely.
K. l\ .Malpas, wbo lives m thai pari
ol   the  town,   was   lold  h)   a  lad)    ll
the   neighborhood   that she   though 1
she bait seen Ins buy playing With
some ol Iht: caps Alls W.tl'i.is .m.i
UlO children had gone lu Wasa lot a
few days and naturally Mr. Malpas
was worried with the it.tt tbut per
haps his boy had carried the raps
wiih him and would also get into
trouble. Telephoning to Port Steele
be had Mi Geary send a messcngei
fco Wasa to warn Mrs. Malpas ol the
prut-able  danher.      lie   Was  inurh   le-
it.I   later   in   the da)   lo   reuelve
nl back   from his wile that    slu
bad searched tlie hoy's pockets    and
there were no trace of the raps
an.l    the    th
h   the south  sid
i/'s claim,   ami
the survey line,
ens.      Thr insi
post being    at the Rpulheasl n
Snitl elailU  was located Mav 80,
by i has. Mcduire, as agrnt foi
Royce.
li. n.  Laughlln's norlhwesi ■■
being ndjaoent to Lena Uoyce's ,
west eoiuel, I lie nee KU chains
tli.me      M>   chains south,   tlielic
hams west; thence 80 chains
., place "i     beginning, making
1011I1 suit*    line    coincide   wi
,ti.iili dido line ol Lena Itovces
tn,I Uu* WOBt suit- hue toilicul
lbe  siiiviv   line,  ami  COlllainiU)
iiiu   acres.   The   inscribed p
hi
Two niaslt-
do.it and dc
nm    Mr. Mills
the
con
lhe.1
une)
iiilh
Hi.
h   ilu
Willi
1 built
I   lhe
lo
\l.lii
liu.
M.
ultii-asl   ft
nl   Mav  8U,   1001
as agent toi  11.
Said
belli
ilall
by '.'luu
It. Laugli
LAND NOTICE.
line     that   sixty  davs   iftcl
tend to appi--  <u thr   Chlel
oner    of   Lands   ami Works
permission to purchaso the following
described laml
Ueglnntng al the northeast coiner
ol Lut 1803, ii. 1. Kootenay district,
ihence north 8(1 chains; thence west
BO chains;    the    south   ao chain
Take
date   1
thence ensl
ginning, co
I la I ttl  Ma
Kilt
mi chains iu pine
Ol     III
('KL8tl.NI'
L,,i,ut No. :i:i
NIGHTS   of
cranhrook,
PYTHIAS
B. C.
i« -n.l .11..I Illi
. ,,. F. Ilall.
I. A. .UN,.,.,,. K
:. it.s.
ni   ui   1  [■   ,11
.mm lli.iIn.....
...ii.ii.
•i.,',„,',','o.'„,',.„.t
Lni.ii'M.uk Local 1 iii.in  i.'il ut thr Imi.j
llr.illii-rhtiiid ul virptillen and J..lun*
of vau-riii.
t Ui
llill
DMIfl
1: ll
les.
,\. Royce
.id latent
st;  thenci- Mi
chains      Wesl
uih
l.aii
Mill.
.el be
;lillli.
L'lwlm
ihenci
ihalm
Milt'    ll
ith  the
t'ant
inllbw.'M
II.   IS
1;    I hem
chains si
thenco m
if beginning,
- coincide with the
it ll. 11. Laughtln s
mill si.i,' line com
Hi sule line of D.usv
tn, and containing
Thr inscribed post
uut   ti-lli  acres.
mg at the southwest
tim was located May 30, 1905
MeGuire, as agent fot   M
imiiiu
hint
Illi
grabbed for Jirt nun nml Ihe
guests needed no further
make a hasty retreat.
It is a significant fact that
depredations have all been dour
ing the early   hours oi   the mu
after  twu o'clock at which hour
night policeman goes oil duty.
yesterday and last nigh! n general
round-up ol undesirable characters
was made by the police and the re
sut, m that this morning a docket uf
thirteen cases conlronled the magistrate. It is more than likely thai
among these are some who know
more than they should of the wholesale robberies that have taken place
in the city this week.
DEAL IS MADE ON AURORA;
Moyie Leader :—That a deal has
been made for the sale ol the Aurora
and ihat development work will he
started within M days, comes as
most agreeable news, not only to the
people of Moyie, but to thuse of the
entire district as well.
The papers of the deal were signed
In Portland Wednesday and are nuw
iu effect, Walter Mackay and Rich
aid Wilson, two of that elty.'s
wealthiest men, have taken an IS
months' option on the property. Tin-
deal is in ihr nature of a working
bond, and it is understood tlut no
money is to be paid until the. 18
months are up The owners are rr
Iuc 1,mt. about slating the price which
they will receive, hut the Leader will
take a chance un putting the figure
at $00,0(10 John Sullivan, ol Port
land, will he manager of the proper
ty.
The Aurora group lies immediately
across the lake from the town of
Moyie, and is lhc property of Thus
Rader, 0. J, Johnson and- Capt. 1.
B. Sanburn, It was located iu 1891
and considerable development work,
perhaps $7,000 or t8,000, has been
done on lhe various claims. There
are several other promising proper-
tlce adjoining'the Aurora, whieh nu
doubt will be opened up-and develop
ed now that there is more encouragement Ior their owners.
BIG PROFITS.
Moyie Leader :—The St. Eugene foi
Uie month of May beat the March record for profits, netting a little-over
is   puts the St. Eugene
ot tbe   list of  dividend
For full particulars, lirst ehmBor
tourist sleeper reservations, apply'!'880,000.    T
to locAl iitfi'iitB nr write at the head
/i unit     __ ___.. r   -k    l paying mines iu Canada, and there is
ti. Ilillier, Agent, Cranbrouk. , ,     ,    ,      , ■•
' '   , uuly    onr   silwr-lead    mine   in   tne
[profits,  the Hunker llill and Sullivan.
OIIANBV COKE CONTRACT.
(From llie Free Press.)
The C. N. Ir. t'ual .Co. last week
concluded au agreement with the
Granby Smelting company hy which
the latter agree to purchase all Us
coke from the former company. Tin
Granby smelter now consumes an
average of 300 tons pcr day, and this
amount will he Increased. The agreement is signed fur one year.
Hitherto the big smelter company
has been purchasing abuut half ils
coke from Coleman and ihe other halt
from Fcrnie Whal the effect oi
this contract will have upon thr
Coleman mines Is not definitely
known. Reports that it will close
the mines have-been emphatically den
ied, hut as ihe Granby took nearly
a-11 the coke they ■ maun aeiureil the
difficulty ol disposing ol the slack is
reasonably fe.iitd and without means
of converting this refuse into revertne
it is not clear how the mines can be
operated at  a .prolit
-- ♦   *
BOWERS    FERRY    GETS SPOKANE A  INTERNATIONAL
Banners Ferry Herald t—General
Manager Roberts ol the Spokane &
International has be. n in Bmmor.i
Ferry for several days and last
evening annouiired to the Herald that
the road would cross the river at
the ferry and build into town
It is the intention to Incnle the
depot at. a point where the line 19
near-nit   ihr Great Gorlhetn depot.
The ti^ht-of-way through lhe town
litis ben's,tiled.
STOCK   QUOTATIONS
Ilrok-
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby givenlhat after 30
days, 1 intend lo apply to the Chief
Commission-)! ui Lands and Works ol
British Columbia, and lo the Assistant Commissioner uf Lands and Works
ol Kast Kootenay District of llritish
Columbia, for licenses lo piospeel loi
coal and petroleum un ihe following
described group ol claims, situated in
the southeast portion of Kast Kootenay District, B. C, and abuut id
miles south ut Crows Nest, lying
east and contingent to the survc)
line lietweeu blocks 4.'iSU and '1503.
This Kiuiip consists ol Hi claims -1
miles .square, and the west line uf the
group is co-Incident with the stirvej
une between -7 and 31-mile post, and
lying on   block   -lOlKt.
K. 11. LaKrenz's southwest cornet
commencing at the 38-mile post,
thence mi ~ chains east; thence M
chains north; thenee 80 chains vest
thence 80 chains south tu place 0
beginning, containing about u-fti acres
I'he Inscribed posl being at the south'
cast corner. Saitl claim was located
May .'in, 11105, bv ('has. MeGuiie
agent Ior E. II. LaFren/..
Kli/alieih Mai 1 ins south weal cornet being adjacent tu E. II. LaFremt'
southeast corner; llience so chains
east; thence sn chains north; thenee
80 chains west; theitoo 8il chains south
iu place of beginning, making the
wost side line coincide with the east
side line of E, 11. LaFren/.1 claim,
containing about (MO acres. Thr Inscribed post being at thr southwest
corner. Said claim was located May
30, 1005, hy Chas. MeGuire as agent
ior Kli/abeth .Martin.
Edna P. Huher's southwest corner
being adjacent to Elluaheth Martin's
southeast corner; thence thence 8U
chains east; Ihence 80 chains north;
thenco 80 chains west; thenee 80
chains south tu place uf beginning,
mnkiug ihr west side line coincide
with the east side line of Elizabeth
Martin's claim, and conlitlning about
fi 10 acres. The Inscribed post being
at the southeast coiner. Said Dial 111
was located May 30, 1005, by '.'has.
MeGuire as agrnt for Edna P. Huhrr.
('has. A. Zeigr's southwest comer
bring adjacent to Edna P. Huher's
southeast corner; tinner so chains
easl; thence 8li chains nurlh; iheiirc
80 chains west; tinner 80 chains
soulh to place ol beginning, making
the west side line Coincide witli lhe
nasi side line uf Edna 1'. Hubor's
claim, and containing about 640
acres. Inscribed post being at the
southwest corner, Said claim was
located May 30, 1005, hy Chas. MeGuire, as agrnt lor Chas. A. Zrigr.
Wilbur R. Cochran's northeast corner being adjacent to Chas. A. Zei-
ge's sunt beast coiner; thence 80
chains south; thenee 80 chains west;
thence 80 chains north; thenee 80
chains east to place of beginning,
making the north side line coincide
Willi lhe south side line of Chas. A.
Zeigr's claim, aud containing ahmit
(140 acres. The Inscribed post, bring
at.the northweBt.corner. Said claiir
was located May. 30, 1905, by '.'has
MeGuiie, as agent fur Wilbur R
Coihran.
B. D. Hatshhergci's northeas-t.corner being adjacent to Wilbur It
Cochran's northwest coiner; thence 80
chains south; thence 80 chains west
thence 80 chains north; thence 80
chains east t() place of beginning,
ui.tl.iiig thr easl side Hue. coincide
with the west side line of Wilbur R.
Cochran's claim, and the north side
line coincide wllh the south side line
of Edna P. Huher's claim, and containing about fl-IO acres. The inscribed post, bring at thr northrast coi-
ner, Said claim was located May 30,
1905, hv Chas. MeGuire, as agent for
B. I). Harshberger.
Daisy M. Cannon's northeast collier
being adjacent to B. D. Harshherg-
er's northeast corner; thence 8fi
chains south; thence 80 chains vest,
therice 80 chains north; thence 80
chains cast to place of beginning,
making the east side line coincide
wllh the west, side line of B. D.
tTarshberger's claim, and the norlh
side line coincide wiih the soulh side
line ol Elizabeth Martin's claim, and
containing about (110 acres. Thr Inscribed post being at. the northwest
corner, Said claim was located May
80, 1005, by Chas. MrGuire as agenl
ior Daisy M. Cannon.
Lena Roycefs northeast corner bring adjacent lo the northwest sornot
of Daisy  M.  Cannon'     ' '--■   *■	
LAND IM Ki'llASK.
Take notice   that   two mniiths aflei
date we Intend making application in
lhe Chlel  l ..mini- tl  ui   Lauds ami
Works toi permission tn purchase tin
toll..wm.;   described     land   In South
Last  Koolenay  liisiriei.
Commencing at  ibe northwest cor
tier uf I..<t ft!
theme 80 •
ch,tins in.ith,
thenee   In  ib
of comii.i ticel
The Wat tabu
u Ot
Wattsburg,
ll, (i.   I, K
hains   west
P.,   llll
,  thence
hains
ti  lhe
Tl„-
|i. ,1
I,„-„I   Hue
1 lal'. Ll
Ilall. '
I'lliliiy nVMilug  al
Vial
til,) lllvllll.
„,l Mil.,..
illj Invited.
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May   8,
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, Age.i
place'
norlh
south .*
hanks
tiiu ac:
t the
Rove
Maiiha Corner's northwest coiner
being adjacent io M. A Royce's
northeast cmtu*r; thence 80 chains
east; thence mi chains south; thence
80 chains west, thence 8u chains north
to place of beginning, making ihr
dc line coincide with the east
side line "f M, A, Hover's claim, and
the north side line coincide with the
south sidr line of B. D. Harsbherger's
claim, and containing, about 840 -\cres
Inscribed post being at the southeast
corner. Said claim was located May
30, 1905, by Chas. MeGuiie, as agenl
lui  Martha Corner.
Lillian M. Fairbanks northwest
corner being adjacent to Mai tlia Coi-
north-cast corner; thence 80
chains east; thenee HO rliams -until ;
ihence 80 chains west ; I .nines 8-
chains north lu place of beginning.
making the west side line coincld.
with the east side line of Martha
Corner's claim, and the north MUe
line coincide with the south side
line of Wilbur H. Cochran's claim,
ami containing about 040 acres. In
scribed post being at the south-wes!
coiner. Said claim was located May
30, 1905, by t'has. MeGuire, as agrnt
Ior  Lillian M.  Fairbanks.
Alexandrine    Tllinont's   north-east
collier being    adjacent to Lillian M.
Fairbanks south-east   cornet , thenee
80 chains south ;    thenco  80   .hains
west ;     thenco    80    chains    north ,
mi    chains    east    to     the
uf    beginning,     making    the
tide   line  coincide   with     the
i.le line   ut Lillian    M. Pan-
latin,   mid   containing   about
i*s.   The   [ascribed post being
loilli west coiner.   Said claim
was located May   30,   1905.  by Chas.
McGinn-, as   agenl   lui   Alexandrine
himnut.
I.   N.   t'tliley's liol'th-CaSi  eoiiiel'  be
Ing adjacent io Alexandrine Turnout's
north-wesl corner; ihence 8ti .'hams
south ; llniiee Ml chains west ; theme
mi chains north ; ihence 80 chains
east to place of beginning, making
thu east side   hue coincide wllh the
west side line oi \le\aiidtilie Til-
mom's claim, nntl thr norlh side line
coincides wiih lhu south side line ot
Martha Corner's claim, and conitin
ing about tlin acres. The inscribed
post bring at ihe north-east cornel'
Said claim was located Mav 30
1905, bv Chas. MeGuire, as agent tu
I. N. Curtley.
T. J, Deiiturest's north-east corno
being adjacent iu I. N. Curlley's
mu tli-wesi corner, Ihence 8<i chaii
south ; thence sn chains west ; thenco
su chains norlh ; llience 8(1 chains
east to place, of iii-giniiiiiig, making
the cast sidr line coincide with the
west sidr lino ol 1. N. Curlley's
claim, and thr north sidr line coincide wiih ihe south side line
ul M. A. Hoyco's claim, and
containing a»t)"oiit 010 acres.
The Inscribed post being at the norlhwesi Corner. Said claim was locate*;!
May 30, 1005, bv Chas. McOuire, as
agent for T. .1. Demorest.
Emily Corner's north-east corner
bring adjacent to T. J. Demofest's
north-west corner ; thence 80 chains
south ; thenco 80 chains west; thence
80 chains north ; thence 80 chains
east to place of beginning, making
the east side line coincide with the
west sidr line nf T. .1. Demorcst's
claim, and the north side line coincide with the south side line uf II.
B. Laughlln's claim, und the west
sidr line coincide with the survey Lne.
and containing about 040 acres. Inscribed post bring at the tiorth-ejsi
comer. Said claim was located Mav
10, 1005. hy Chas. McOuire, as agent
for Emily Corner.
I Cranbrook   Foun- ::
dry and i
Machine Shopt.
McKinnon & Johnston ;|;
Proprietors %
CRANBROOK AERIE No. ni
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ORRSTERS
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We nru pryptirtil lu
ilu nil kinds ol iv.
pnir work heavy uml
fight, make ciisHiihs,
turn shrifts, etc,
Scientific    Horseshoeing
Speciulty
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Cranbrook Sash    •
and Door Factory •
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All kiiuls o£ tiuisli work in J
way uf doors, windows, tniii- J
sums, etc.   Kiln tlrittl lumber J
t'nr Inside work.   Our work is J
guaranteed and uur priceB aro i
satisfactory,    Screen   doors I
Rough and Dressed Lumber ;
For Sale |
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   All kinds
of repairing.   Qive me a call.
(ItAMtltOOK
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.ia every  Krldiiy
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Happy
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MUSIC
MltS HlSUir, Ttichcr uf the Plsnolurle
Special   attention   to  touch,   tech*
tuque, phrasing and grading of studies
Apply at residence on Burwt.ll ave..
W. P. GURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc'
OltANBKOOK,   HRITISU   COl.UMlII,\
3. H.THOriPSON.
Karrister, Solicilor,
Notary  Public.
Cranbrook, H. C,
Furnished by   Beale A Rlwell
era,, Cranbrook.
Marconi   Wireless J
War    Scrip      I
North Star' 	
Sullivan 	
St.  Eugene 	
Rambler   Cariboo 	
Western Oil A Coal 	
International Coal it Coke	
Sales .-250   Western   Oil A   Coal, 'making'"tlie"''"ewt" side line colnoldi
6 Marconi Wireless, 1000 Norlh Stav. (with lhe west side line of Daisy   M
laim; tfienc
hains soulh; ihence 80 chains
t; thenco R0 chains norlh; tbouce
i HU chains easl to place of hcglnniue
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TIMBI3R MiTICK.
Notice is hereby given thut thirty
davs after dale 1 inlrnd lo make application to the Honorable the Chief
Commissioner of Lauds and Works,
for a special lieiusr in rut ami carry
away timber from the following described lands, situated in the Kast
Kootenay district Comrhcnclng at a
post planted un thr west hank uf lhe
Klk Kiver, neatly opposite the mouth
of the Michel Creek marked " J.
String's N, E, corner " running west
10 chains, thence south 100 chains.
Ihence east to the west bank of the
Klk Kiver, thi nee north to tbe place
uf commence me lit.
John Strong.
Located June lUih, 11105.
13-It
VETERINARY DENTISTRY.
Some of tho many symptoms of Lad
teeth iu a horse are slobbering, loss
of flesh, weak eyes, and many other
symptoms. Slop ami notice if your
horse has any of these symptoms. II
so call phone or write me. I am
the only veterinary surgeon in East
Koolenay using the celebrated Haus-
limi, electric lights, smhocope and up
to dale veterinary Instruments,
I treat cattle and dogs alsp.
Dr. C. W. Cross, V. 8.,
Phone 71 Cranbrook, B. C,
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I    ABOVE ALL OTHERS    |
HARVEY & McCARTER,
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Hazt-ll Block Cranbrook, B. Ci
jflov be Bahama |
..Cioavs..      I
The genuine always hear the siy- '*'
nature, 3ot3. CaoflC, on llie bmc \
Insist un getting the genuine. Fur *.
dale tit all hotels. '*■
WHOLESALE ",
A.C. BOWNESS I
Cranbrook, li. C.
lieftsisisiefetfifsiiieeefseewftestf*
W. It. IIIIA'I'TY,
FUNEHAI, IHIlKCTOtl,
CIMNIItWOK, II. r.
TELBPIIONE »»
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DENTIST
OHlCli HOURS:
I, ,„ 1'. 11  ill,
I 10 0 p. in.
110 s p m.
OfUce nn.l residence 011 Armaii,,,, i
CKANBKtlOK, 11. C.
J. Q. CUMMINQS
PROVINCIAL LAND SlIRVLVOR
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DRS. KINli & (il'liliN,
Hhysicians and Surgeons.
Olllce al Itealtlen... Armalrun. Are,
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2 Physician and Surgeon   „
® Olliee on Armstrong Avcim.    .
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CKANIIKIIIIK, H. C.
•I'honr 71
McVittie & Laidlaw,
Mining Kngineer-j
and Surveyors,
CRANBROOK, B. C
THOS. T. McVlTTliO,  I'. I..' S.
J. T, LAIDLAW, M. E, IHE ir.ANBR.tuh. nF.RAI.r.
OPPORTUNITY   KNOCKS   SOME   TIHE
AT   THE   DOOR   OF   EVERY   MAN   AND   EVERY   WOMAN
$9,000.00
ChbIi It [pta  tor Insi   uili is i-vi.lou.-.' tlml Ilu-|>-u|iU-know
»l„'i,'i, u-"nr I! Alt.; A INS    Our 111(1 SAl.K hns 11m
i,„,„',l i„ l.'iM'iiuiij'nn.l ilrnw lho i-niwil. I'nr ,'X|»','liitii>ns liiivo
Ih-.-i, I'.'aliz,.1 ii,,' linn's ..,.-,' mul still wi' Itnvi- I..,,,,-,,,,-, in tlm
MKVS I'l'KN ISIII Nt. ,l,|,,„i 1.     Mi-., nl llie Histrii-I
THIS IS YOUR  OPPORTUNITY
WELCOME TO CREDIT
We tim I uur entlit Mst.-in v»*r\ popular, beeanse it helps you in u senoi
lite substantial iii;iinu-r. Wi* will U- nlml tu give you all tlu* ucennjiiiu
iliiti.'ii vmi tu-i'il .unl lt-t you pay un each wuek .it* you can
UOMK MAKERS
THIS  IS  YOUR   OPPORTUNITY
A BABY CARRIAGE
\n mi RXpenatvti tliltift when thwv Is a baby in it. Hut wheu thoy
art* t'liiptv. us nru have thi-in at otti store, they cost imt veiy little,
We have nol Bpaca to ilesorihe them, but we respectfully reqviest
that you cull ami examine l»th goods mul prices, Ymi will not nave
the number to pick from an last week but we have a lot of uuv ones
MOTHERS, THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
CRANBROOK   CO-OPERATIVE  STORES ummuz
one: of those bio cars of furniture just arrived.
N
CALL AND SEE THE NEW DESIQNS
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Sale Prices Still Prevail
Call and secure some of the many
bargains we are offering
A few 25c Felt Hats left---see our window
REID & CO.
30 _ ____.
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Nelson's (London, England)
5andrlngliniii Sauce, I'iiltiant a In Worcester
Tomntoe   Ketchup
G. T. ROGERS
FANCY AND STAPI
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A Cast   Including   t'liilst,   His l),s-
clpli's, I'M.,,,', KiiiK Herod, and
alt inn- i-nl characters ini-
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LOCAL NOTES
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I',, tail  11, Maiitl ihr City   hy   taking
Qneatinns „I Many People,
ll.'.i.l oui ad.   Patmore Bros.
Apply   to Vi. P.
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F    I'   Malpas visited Kernl,
Sa,'.I.l.l,
.1     M    l'niklun,   was a  Movie  vlsl-
,", lasl Saturday*.
A   It   1", ,,,,,,-k, ol Fori Slt'eli', was
in lown las. Satuiday
t:    .1    Baker, ..I    Movie, was    In
low,, 1 wn ,1.,,a Uns week
Eliek   Tate is    visiting    his ,u,ele
It,-,, II,.ss. al Creston
House to   rent in Block 32 ;    lirsi
class,    Apply at this olllce.
Tl„-   school children arc having   a
fine ,, luring lho vacation,
T   s.aiii) returned Tuesday from a
hip to Spokane nnd I'm,land.
I   Miss I-i.- ,g, ol Winnipeg, is visit-
-   n.l- la, sister,  M,s   1.   I'n	
Mai,,lla    'an    llie  |-:,|,i,,„lili>  t.-pn
-.1  si niatlve   ,m,s ,,, t,,„„ ilns week.
,"     \  M01 us,,, is hulldlng „   new
1.   house , 11 his ranch was, ol i„,v„.
Thau-    will   In- a   large   al.i'nl Bn
  Cranl 1, In MnyTc ,,„ S.1,,11
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Two Iiuiii
I'nun, uml '..'.■ nnr ni'W  at.i.-k nt block, Im  ,,'
nl,'lil,Is     III.'     .In.1.a,,I      I,,      l,|.   I la.-ll
, i.a.a.lal II,a,I Walts
Apply  lo n,„l,' S
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lllll,' of hit) mny I,,-  ,',pi
loss iii iliHJiiisilny, In,, "
M,'1,8,in, Snlia uri' llii
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l.eslei    Clapp and   Mrs. Win
iiMiaii  Wahliier frlenils W11I
1,1.1 miller, msnagei ol ll,v i'i.ii,-|   w,. lu.,- Just receivfil a full line ol
t.i.aik brewery, vimi.iI  .,-,,-,.,1 towiisitlie   wurlit-Isnious   "Sunshine    Fur-
Blind the flow lasl »eek mires1    ,,...J.' i,y  the   McClary Mlg
.,1,      M.11,-1.   nl   Sk.a.l.aaiaiia, I v
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LEASK & HENDERSON
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TAILORS
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Also ull  kinds ni t Je
MOIU.DIN i.-s Js
MILLS AT Js
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in tuwu III iti wwk     lie rejini I
.H, tin- i.ti'.h rooiI Ibis wmi
James McNeil wcnl lo Troy, Idaho,
last well lo Hurt Mrs   McNeil, who
Was I.*lilllilli-J, ii.uii thi* musl
1: .1 Laurie lias aceepleil a pmi
Hon with Dt. Rut-liisoti MeKeii/.ie
Lumber cuiit|iauj' a   jilaiierinan
There has been .1 gloss blower a«
Rregatlon In town iliis week hut they
have ii"t done u very big business,
(ioi-d work is uiu specialty. Out
customers satlsfacllfln is tuns also,
Patmore Hros.
For Sale.—Mowpi uml rake; nearly
new; price J-7'i.uu. Apply lo II.
Hadlurd, H.iyar.i, H.i'. M-St
a. Leiteh hits been in \yinnlpeg and
St. I'.itil tin- pas I week ami is expected home to-morrow or next dny.
If your watch or clock needs repairs, bring them tu us. Satisfaction guaranteed. Wm, K. Tate A
Son.
Mux McSweyn, lhe hustling Insui-
ance representative, was lifting business in i'i.mini.!.!, sevetals iluys lust
week,
The sports advertised Inr Plneher
t'reek have beeii iiuleliiiitely postputi
etl owing io mi iiiui'h sickness lu that
town,
Han Alton was in tuwu last week,
Mr, Alt.ui is kept busy these days
iu tbe In teres I of a wooden pipe cuin-
I'aliy.
Uooius !<>i triii, furnished or tin-
fiirnlshcd Inquire ni Mrs. La Hotil,
Ki.rri'si residence, Ilansuii avenue.
Ii-lt
Miss Hiii.i.i*, ol Prince Kdward Island, I*- sptnding the Miintiii'i with
ber brother, William Kaielay, ol
Wardner
Wi. Ni'ill, ol thu Kails View hotel,
ol Marysville, was in town Tuesda)
nn.l made the Uetakd olllce a pleasant call.
Hi t'uiiin spin! last Friday In
Marysville looking aftet Hr. HtMiop's
practice while tlie latter was In
t'ranbrook.
Miss Lewis ami .Miss McVicar, two
ui Uu* Cranbrook teaclieis, left last
Saturday for their homes to spend
lhu vacation.
Ku-.l Sin> iii, ot the Moyie Leader,
visited Portland and the Kair last
week aud reports a good time and a
profitable trip.
Have ynu tried the Wigen berries '
Tbey are just tbe thing. Go to,
Rogers Ior them. He is side agent
in Cranbrook.
J, s Carter, c 1* It. passenger
agent, was in towu (his week ar-
■angiiig tot tin- special trains for lhe
Moyie celebration.
To-morrow is the limit lur the payment ol taxes to escape tin* ten per
cent, penalty, as the ;oljlues will be
closed on Saturday.
Quite a nu iu tier of the Crnyhrook
people will inki' in tin* Knit al New
Westminster and then go to the V.\
posllion at Portland.
William Barclay, A. McISachran, II.
C. Lindscy, K Johnson and II Pen-
son, all ol ibe Wardner null, spenl
Sunday in ('raiibrniik.
"Tbey arc delicious" is the unanimous verdict of ibe people regarding
ibe Wlgen berry, They can he found
al (i. T. Rogers' only.
Wanted.—Position as hritl&ekuepei
hy thoroughly competent woman.
capable with children, A].ply liux
202, Porl Arthur, Qnt.
George Goldsmith came In ibis
week Irom ihe Lardeau country, Mr.
Goldsmilh has not been in good
health the past win I or,
Tin- did Man deshes tn (hank V
Rollins lor lhc valuable assistance
riTitrr.-d to the Herald stall cltiritiK
Ills absence al  the coast.
W, T. Mnnnhan, Ibe railway poet
ami philosopher, returned yesterday
from,mi extendetl trip through the
literary centers nf the east.
Cranhrook never had prettier lawns
than at the present time, The
heavy rains the past, two weeks have
dune wonders along that line.
(i. II. Webster, manager nf the late
Calgary Cattle company, was In
tuwu last, week closing up some uf
the business of that company.
If ynu arc going to build, our furnace is just the one ynu need, and Wc
will make the price right.
Patmore Bros.
Rng-lneer Slelghlholm has been
ike .1 trip to lhe coaSt within a j transferred to Calgary and Mrs.
shun lime. Mr. VahDccar's condl- Sleigbtbolm will probably leave this
Hon renders n chango for a short week to join her husband In tlieir
Iimi' advisable, 'new home.
i   Mrs   K  C, Ualpas nnd children nnd
Miss JnlTrlM are soj ulng at Wasa
tMs week.
i   To Let.—Pari of lurnlshed bouse nr
, room.   Central.   W.   J,   Preston. Apply Herald,
!   Six roomed furnished house on flak--
t-r bill iu ri'iit for summer.   Apply hi
Herald Olllce.
A   nice   lino   ol   ladies   and   gents
watches ami chains just opened up at
Will.   K. T.U-' A  Sun.
(I   P, Tisdale has greatly Improved
the appearance of his store front by
inutting in plate glass,
:   Wanted, hy a young lady, position
ns    stenographer.     Flrstclass refer
enies.   Apply  to Herald.
I.    II     Vanllecar and wife   eypeet
Patmore Bros
liy ih.* Wlgen berries. They are
fresh because il»*> are delivered in
Crauhrouk tbe same day tbey ale
picked 0. T. Rogers is the only
place vmi can 1'md ihem.
.1 11 Caslake returned last Saturday from the coast. Ile lefl Mrs.
Caslake an.l   the children  at  Sidney.
a suburb of Victoria, comfortably lived in a borne for the summer.
William Kernle has one'of the finest
homes in Victoria .ml his front lawn
is one nf the sights ol that beautiful
city, owing lo the handsome arrangement ol flowers and shrubbery,
It, D. Kerr brought into the Herald
otliee yesterday a stock of rhubarb
that was uiaiiy as big as a stock of
lowa corn. It was raised on Mr.
Kerr's ranch just south ol town.
Pat mute Urns, for McCleary's
"Famous" Kootenay Ranges. We
tan please ymi as tn quality ami
price.
Patmore Hros.
Wan till a I once.—A first-class
watch repairer. None other but an
Al uuu need apply. Anyone knowing of such a mail would do a favor
by notifying W. II. Wilson,   Jeweler.
Wanted—A real live boy who wants
iu learn something that will prove
a benefit to him and at tbe same time
have a good position, No dead ones
need apply. Heat tie A: Atchison,
Irugglsts.
Beattie A Atchison are still Improving iheir handsome store. They
have just pul in several mnre silent
talesmen showcases which makes a
.ery creditable addition to the inter-
nr arrangement.
J. L. Dickson, of Calgary, is the
new bookkeeper al the P. Hums A
t'o. market. Mr. Dickson was formerly with tbe Calgary Cattle company, but will be ssatluiied iu Cran-
rnui. from nuw on.
Willie Greer is now handling nails
nd whetstones at J. H. Mcllride's
hardware store. Willie should make
a good clerk and what Is more he is
.u a place where be will Im- able tu
learn to he a business man.
The garden at tht C. P. It. station
,s rapidly improving in Appearance.
iuc grass lus a good hold now and
the trees are doing remarkably well.
Ai'berl Alulz, the Fernie brewery
magnate, was in towu Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. King and child-
riu and Mrs. Deverc Hunt and baby
left to-day for Vancouver. Mrs.
King and Mrs. Hunt and the children
will remain Ior several weeks. Mr.
King will probably visit Portland before bis return.
William Snmmerville, of the Calgary Marble A Granite Works, was
.n town last week looking after the
interests of his firm. This company
is rapidly increasing Its business in
this section owing to the superiority
nf Its work.
N. K. Siddons and family left last
Tuesday for their future home at
Moose Jaw, Assa. Tlie Herald
trusts that tbey will enjoy every
prosperity •"-there- and bate as many
friends in their new home as they
arc leaving in Cranbrook.
Have you tried the Wigcn berry?
Delivered in Cranbrook in the afternoon. That means that ihey are
fresh and firm. 0, T. Rogers Is sole
agent fur these berries In Cranhrnnk.
ll will pay anyone wishing a fine
herry for preserving to see him with
nut delay.
A quiet wedding was solemnized at
the Methodist Parsonage un Frldaj
afternoon ol last week, when Rev, J.
P. West man united in marriage Mr,
Oscar Kiiianiielsiii, of Klmberley, anl
Miss Clara Sorcnsnn, of Norway
The newly wedded couple will make
their home in   Kimlierley.
Road Superintendent McKay could
do some good work fur posterity il
he would fill some of the mud holes
in the streets of Cranbrook. The
people of this town pay their taxes
to the provincial government aud the
majority would be pleaiTd to get
something in return by way of a
guarantee of good faith.
The Imperial bank bas had two new
doors placed in its Iront that are an
artistic piece of work, so much so in
fact that they have elicited from the
people the most enthusiastic praise.
The doors are grained to compare
with the fine furnishings just installed by the bank, anh a bcMer piece
ot work was never done in western
Canada. Bradley A Co., whn
did ihe work, have been receiving
all kinds of compliments.
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j Cranbrook and District: I
We have just received a seventy-one thousand pound shipment, consisting ol Hai Iron, Pipe, Nails, Nuts, Washers, Horseshoes, etc., etc.,
and want you to lell your husband all about It II you arc going lu
build remember we have all the necessary materials on hand and aie prepared to do plumbing, install youi furnace, furnish your kitchen, do the
hailirnum, etc , etc
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THE SUCCESS OF OUR SALE his been more
than we had ever hoped ior, Bu! could it well be
otherwise, with goods selling for less than one hall
their actual worth. Imagine 12 Men's Linen Collars $1.00; 11 Pair all all-wool Sox for $1.00; all
up to date all-wool Men's Suits $4.95; a genuine
Box Call Shoe worth $3.50 lor $1.45, and all
other goods in the same proportion. .-> j» .* j. j»
||     HILL & CO., Cranbrook's (ireatest Store
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1 Portland Cement I
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| Fire Brick and Clay |
I Window Glass, Oils and Paints J
j  Screen Doors and Windows |
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I McCallum & Co.'s Hardware*
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in the district.
j«We sell Fruit and Farm
Lands in blocks ol ". acres and
up.
^Better see us.
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ffl $
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OUR FALL CAK OP
Mary's Famous Stoves, Ranges
" Sunshine " Furnaces
and.   These are pusltlvely the highest grflile ul go,
urket.   tllve us ii call anil be convinced,
jr new "LONDON "   P-NAMf-IAVAHI. is extra line
id worth investigating as to price.
and
ids on
ijiial-
PATMORE BROS.
Plumbing, Hi'.-,1.1,v.. Koollng and Ventilating Engineer. TltE   CRAX'BttOOR1 IIEttALI)
..DRlNli..
CRANBROOK BEEK
Made from the best malt and purest water, it is
unexcelled for quality.   AsK for CranbrooK
Deerand insist on having it.
The Cr&nbrook Brewing Q Malting Co. Ltd.
Also M«\nufac(urers of o_ll kinds of Aerated Walters.
CRANBROOK, *   *   *   British Columbia
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NEWS    OF   THE
DISTRICT
Taken
From
East
Koolcnay
Papers.
tt*«-J*i«*9«*9«»4-»4«-»»9*»*4«i«->•!,« aaJa.,t.
II. I. Stephen*
M. Kockeodorl
J. I awsiio,
Morrissey Mines is still
turning out its usual quota
ol" coal. The big Alexandra
hotel is sliil the best con-
cl net eil holel in Last Kootenay. Vour money's worth
at all times.
THF ALEXANDRA HOTFL,
Stephens llr.... & Co,, ,,.„rr. and,l>ru|irlclura,
Mnrrisscy Mines, B. t.
H. I.. Stephens
Morrissey is the place to
take the Great Northern
train for Spokane—the
time is 12 hrs.; 24 hrs.
to Seattle; 32 hrs. to
Vancouver dt dt dt dt
THE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL
THE Bill WHITI; HOTEL.
Sl.pkM. Broa., Owner, and I'mprleliu.,
Morrissey Junction, It. C.
NOTHING
But Choice Meats is
cut up over our block.
For quality and good
service, send your
Meat Orders in to
us.
HARRIS BROTHERS
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I  ...Manitoba Hotel.
(Under New Management) J
1). A. McDONALD, rlanager I
Th1*- Hotel is in the center of town. The rooms are X
comfortable and well furnished, the dining room is first- 5
class, and the bar is supplied with the best. When you i
want a good place to stop come to the Manitoba. X
WE GIVE YOU YOUR MONEY'S WORTH |
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4-hH-t-+-!-H-W-H-!-H-H-H-«-l-!-l
UALLS VIEW HOTEL **1
CHENETTE .V NEAL, Proprietors
I MARYSVILLE, B. C. j£t«W
J St. Marys valley. ** Commodious Sample Rooms. • ■
HW*W*W*W
TIMBERLANDS
FOR SALEOR LEASE
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company
offer timber lands comprised in British Co-
umbia 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.
For" terms, 11111118 ami further pnrtiriilura apply to the following
local liinii agents:
>'. Hyde' Buker. Cninlirook, II. C.    E. Mallaniluine, Jr., Creston, B. C.
I. H. Wilson, Wardner, B. 0, H, & M. Binl, Nelson, B. C.
R. K. Bru,'„, Wilmer, li. 0,
Or to
J. S. DENNIS,
British Columbia Und Commissioner,
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
Calgary, Alberta
Io appearance the STA-/.ON
I. unejcelled, It is secure,
durahle and eomforlal If. St.-
Zon lie. counteraulili lerew.
wlilcL   will  not   come   l""sc'
We will Klu.lly supply » «"*
mounting for your old leoaH
ur rett-.t your eyes for new one.,
Wm. F. Tate & Sun,
GRADUATE OPTICIAIt
i
t*r»i»a*'j«*»s*^^
THEY
are new
are swell
The photographic mounts
i iust in at the PREST J"HO-
\ TO CO. Studio where every-
I thing in photography is up
: to the minute.
Prest Photo Co.
PRRNIR.
(Ktom the Free Press.)
All Michel is mourning tins week
over the untimely death uf Frank
Curry, whicli occurred ou Sunday
afternoon! On the priced fog Tues
day lie had undergone a painful operation for au aiHitiiiifn.il complaint
this wus successful and ihe deceased
was on the road io recovery, Dr.
McSorley had given particular In
st ructions to him that he must not
nn any acrount rise in bed but un
Sunday duiiiij!; the temporal y ah
seuee of the nurse, driven tu distiac
iiuu by the Intensity of his sufleuiii;
IN gul uui uf bed. luiuiL-diatvly tbo
stitches ga*>*e way and heiiiorrane sit
11. Dr. Corsau was sent fur but
lulling could be done tu have th,*
uau's lite
During lhe |»a-\t two weeks thr
city treanuier lias taken It) 93,630 in
taxes and |g,'3aQ iu hotel licenses
This ainuunt will pay all the city's
Indebtedness to date aud leave a bai
ance of some J.-.ou
tin Wednesday William Almond, ol
Cowley aud Rlioda Siiuister, ol Carbonado, weic umied in marriage a'
the home ol lbe bride's parents. The
Inide is Uie daughter of Mr. Ch-as
Siuiisler, the mine manager at Car
bouado. Thr jiewly married couple
will ifside at  Cowley
Hev. C. It. tl. I'oole will cluse his
work as pastor uf the Kernle Baptist
eliurcli next Sunday. Services will
be conducted at the usual hours, 11
a. m. and 7.30 p. in. Mr. I'oole has
received a call Uoni western Washington wbieh he has decided lo accept
and be leaves uext week lo take
charge Mr. I'oule bas had another
call from Oregon.
Quite tbe most enjoyable social
event of tbe season was tin- hull
given by Mr. and Mrs. l.indsey at
Stork's hall last evening. Tht large
hall was erowded with merry dancers
and card tables were provided foi
those who preferred quieter amuse
merit. The hall was beautifully decorated witti cut (lowers Iiom Spokane, ami the dainty aud varied re
fiesliiiit'iits also reflected the deep Interest lhe host and hostess took in
the entertainment ol lheir many
guests.
Mr. Cbas. Cotterell, of Foil William, and Miss Belle McLeod, of Hat
Portage, were married last week,
Mr. CMterel! is well known in Fernie
having been C. P. It. operatur here
at different times in the early days.
it is rumored the C p. it. will
lltllld a large tourist hotel in the Pans
about four miles east of the Summit.
At that point it will be iu close
proximity to tbe Crow's Nest mountain and the Old Man river.
0. O. Fuss wus iu the city last
Saturday galheriug up his construction outfit lo ship to SpencO'S
Bridge, lie shipped two carloads
then and said lu- was .shipping the remainder as soon as he could ge*t cars.
Mr. Foss is still with his partner
"Big Jim" Macdonncll. They have
a share in the main contract whicli
is about 45 miles, extending Irom
Spittle's Bridge to Nicola lake.
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I98fltt't8ft9<9>9-Mf
Cn-ek lasl Sunday.
11,    Kiinonse.   nl   ll'Ii.i,   M..nt ,
visiting his brother, II    \   K i	
of the Sattil.il iiiui hoi ul
During    the   last   few   .It.-.     I'",
• lain, .a  Frank,  has  '-..u   lu
a iu It sel I .mil plenty «' r*--**> hn
been rolling down Irom  thu p.wv
the previous slide.
An epidemic of scarl >1 level ti i.
iug at Piuebci Creek, se\er«il ilea.is
have resulted Irom >■  and  mere    is.
strung   balk   In Uu-   l'i.-   i.m.hs  il j
quarantining that place
WINDI-KMI-M.
\ When You
fi   Clean House
Z Bring your curtains and
2 carpets to us for washing.
We make a specialty of washing 0. P. R,overalls.
No Chinamen   employed
Crows Nest
Steam Laundry
SUTEN 4 McPMEE, Proprietors
TRICK HORSES
are all right to watch, Imt not to
drive,   Tho horses wo r.ae in our
LTVERY SERVTCE
aro Bfllnuted for Borvice as well as
show. Thoy nro good lively roadsters that will carry yon safely
there and back. For a drive or a
ride we can supply yon with a good
horse and a proper carriage.
The Handley I.i very Stables
novta
(From the Leader.)
The sawmill ol the Moyie Lumber
company was started last Monday
and is now running smoothly and Is
making a good average cut each day.
The St. Kugene company has placed
an order with Mr, Stephenson for
film,GOO feet uf planking and othei
lumber lo he used in the mine.
Two handsome silver cups will be
contested for on Dominion Day. One
presented by Dr. Ilai vie Ior the winners of the hose reel race, the other
was sent bere to the committee by
R. P. Itithet A compaay, of Victoria,
and will be put up lor the Moyie and
Craubrook gun clubs to shoot lor,
Al. A. Beale and J. F M Pinktiam
wore in town yesterday.
The Moyie hose team Is doing some
good practicing lor the Dominion
Day races.
At the school election held to-day
F. J. Smyth was re-elected to till the
tliree year term.
Mrs. Howard and family, ol Spokane, arrived ia Moyie last Tuesday
a visit with her sister, Mrs. I'M
Walsh.
lack Cronin, Norheit Nlederstadt
and .lames Harper arc home, from
Oon?aga college lo spend their vacation.
.lames Lemmoii has returned hbin
Salt Lake Cily, where lie »vont as a
delegate to the convention '■! the
Western Federation ol Miners
Bl.AIRMOKI.
(Krom the Times.)
It is said that a $60,000 tipple is
to he built at Frank. This is goud
news il true.
P, Oeiler, representing the Ci.iu*?
brook brewery, was doing tha Pass
towns yesterday and disponed id two
carloads ol beer.
S. J. Watson, the Frank druggist,
has closed his branch'store al die-
man tor the time being.
A. Goyett, Frank's furniture dealer, made a business trip to   ltuil'er
(Prom Wllmet Outcrop )
The higgfsi crowd >>l men to galli
it on tJie streets ui IVllmei i tail)
moons   occurred   Sunday   evening a
cay use trade was m ttlghi
Miss Booth, Miss Fold, .Mis |',....i
and Mis Evans rode down Saturday
to visit Mis. McKay at Slnclall over
Sunday and take oaths in ihe In.i
spiings They roporl having thoroughly enjoyed their visit.
It is stated that llie Columbia
River Lunlber company now htivo
36,000 feet of lumbei on tin* block "i
land they recently purchased ai
Athaiuier lu commence building their
big supply store
Chas. Cartwright has purchased
two young cubs Irom Indians and
keeping them lor an attraction
the Athalmer hotel. He has arranged to train ihem and a young
lad)* has agreed to  lake  the manage
ment of the menagerie tot him.
The party of Wilmer ladies and
gentlemen whu camped at the Fish
lakes (or a week, have returned with
some tall stones. The highest t*-,
tiinate of the catch is modestly put
down to be only 8,7t.;". and the largest lish caught was Just a little long
er than a fence. They all report
having enjoyed themselves.
"It"! were a fanner I would not
like to give out one bushel i.l ID)
grain to t-arh person and wait until
ihey gui ready to pay me. In st-i
ling grain that wny 1 would want to
Iw paid before I delivered the grain
Vet I know plenty of people wlm expect an edltoi lo st*ll Ins product
that way and kick like the ilevll when
they gel an account for five years
Subscription. Well, say, ihis is a
queer world and an editor is the
queerest ol all." Sagely remarked
our esteemed townsman Ituhen pat-ton
the othei  day
A VIGOROUS PROTEST.
Mayook, ll (', June 2(1,
Editor Herald :-
Perhaps you can rind Bpnec In
allow me lo call attention lo the
wilful destruction ol deer going on
in this corner of Kast Kootenay, Tu
my certain knowledge no less than
eight deer have been killisl wilhli
the lasl month, all within a ratlins ol
two miles from my house. With Ihr
exception ol one killed by a whlti
man, these were killed hy Indiana
from the Mission. On the east stdf
ol Kootenay rivet I understand Mien
have been a very large number killed
There is nn question of killing fot
necessary food in this slauglitei
They are oflcrod for sale and peddled
aroupd to camps where a sale is likely to be made. For instance an
Indian came to my place about ten
days ago with two across lhe back
of his cayuse and wanted to sell
I see that Constable Dow look
steps against an Indian lately. 1
trust this is only the beginning ol
a vigorous campaign in defence of
the inhabitants of our forests.
Another feature of violation of the
game laws I would draw attention
t-o, a number of men from the conn
try lo the south ol us have lately
come into this district and when not
at their employment are always to
be seen with a rifle on their shoulder
They will Wll you that it is all
tight to shoot a buck just now or
anything else that you want to eat
and that it is all right to shoot as
long as you don't shoot  to sell.
Now, sir, Constable Dow would be
doing these men a kindness were he
to pay a visit to a camp not one
hundred miles from mo, and let Ihem
know what the law is, and that it
is meant to be enforced and that lie
means to enforce it.
There could not be a liner dislriel
lor deer and leathered game than
where I am located, but what with
men .slaughtering and dugs hunting on
their own account, game will soon
be scarce enough, Anything you can
do, and you can do much to stop the
a"buse which is nothing less than atrocious will be a public benelit
Yours,
Robt. Rob-son.
WANTS HIS HERALD.
Wilmer Outcrop ;—For a long time
only about one Cranhrook Herald has
reached this office each month and
now we have a pretty good idea of
'who takes it and would advise the
[party to kindly let us have it more
'regularly as it is a paper worlh
' reading. Bo a man and subscribe
(for the Herald, $2 won't break you
and St. Peter might he kind to you
one day.
B
lust See I low it Feels
to be Satisfied
Stop at the
COSHOPOLITAN HOTEL
E. H. SMALL. Hanager
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P. BURNS (& CO.
Wknleaal. ... Detail
MEAT
MERCHANTS
l!rt'sli iiiiiI Cured Meul.
Itc-Ii    Fish,   .lame   mnl
Poultry.
... a„|,|,l, unl, iht be.l     Vo.r
trade la ..licit..
-lark.I. In all Iht p.lnilpal loa.a
lo llllll.h laluaihi.
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1905      NEW      1905        J
Thi' mosl iiiti'.'i.'tiv,' linn uf
Wall Papers
pvt-r shown in Cninbrook
Prt'ssttl Hoods Stripo Effects
Varnished Tiles lor Bathrooms
MouliliiiKs to Muti'h iill Papers
HOUSE  AND  SIGN   PAINTING
F.J. Bradley & Co.
1 SPECIAL for CRANBROOK 1
1 VISITORS TO SPOKANE §
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COR. HOWARD AND  MAIN
The Urand Is to he headquarter., (or all B. C.
people visiting Spokane. All II. C. papers on
(ile. Newly and completely refurnished and
refitted. Every modern convenience. European plan. 50c to $2.mi per day. Tree hns to
and (rom all stations   :::::::::
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E. PHAIR, Proprietor   I
Late of Hotel Phair, Nelson, B. C. g
9        When you visit Cranbrook stop at lhe
1 ROYAL HOTEL
None Heller In Ihr District
Rules Sl and up.    Short Orders nnd Oysters
served in any style froni K p. 111, to 6 a. 111.
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9 The table is the best. Ihe rooms ire unsurpassed lor clean
9 Ihiess and comfort and Ihe bar.is supplied with the best brand
i_8 of liquors and clears.
jg      q L. B. VANDELAR, Prop.
femEiHc mmLmmmmm^mmmOymA
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L. CLAPP
W. ROLLINS
The Wentworth
Clapp & Rollins,
The New Managers.
Drop in and sec us any time.   We are on deck 25 hours
out of the 24

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