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THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
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i.ll.VM'.liOOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   TlIl'ltSDAV,   MAY   31,   I001I.
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The Canadian Bank of Commerce.
Head Office. Toronto.
Mon. lino. a.Cox, Preaiileiit, n. li. Wai.kkk. Oen. Man.
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PRUSBNT RATB OP INTEREST THREE PERCENT        j
Deposits Received,   (tciicrnl Itmikiui; Business Transacted «
SAVINDS IHNt. HI I'm MBNI   Dettilll KtCilvt-1   latere.! Allaw.i.
CHAMtKUIIK m INCH. F. C. M AI.PAS, Manager.
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Our Imported
Linoleums and
Hosiery
Have arrived.   Our sellini- price is
A Little Lower Than Other's
Wholesale Cost
FURNITURE SALE ends June 5th.
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<!-•> Large assortment in all lines yet.
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G. H. GILPIN
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|      IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA      )
* Capital, Paid Up $2,923,866 S
J Rest $2,485,288 J
J HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO, ONTARIO. J
J ,T. R. Merritt, Ptcs.   D. R. Wilkie, Vice Pres. and Gen. Manager *
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J CRANHROOK BRANCH §
I SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT^B&ST" j
J| A general banking business transacted.    Drafts sold availa- *
■p ble in every part of Canada, United States and Europe.    Special *
* attention to collections. F. H. MARSH, Manager.     J
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Cut Glass I
..I tlm-.ut itliiss.1  'lit-n* i. miil-pil-titu iil„„it ii. irllllnriiiiiI
I. nui vin,.I li,,*fl,tins,s ..lii.li limit,, li ii|i|i.- 11„ iIi.im. .,(
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nri i isl„„ii ti linns nui >..|| ilii.siiiit-rliiss
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W.H. WILSON, OPTICIAN AND JEWELER ^
j | My business is rapidly increasing. j',
| WHY? |
11 Because I have the slock lo select Irom and mv prices !,
11 arc satisfactory, I j
ll THAT'S IT
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J. D. McBRIDE
TOlcooiufl (Bifts
Orniiilii Gold Clocks,
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Silverware,
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,wc l.resl Ware,     ; '       ....
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Mantle   Clocks,    Jewelry  *  In- jii.1k.hI your good tnato.
-rnffl   *C   'iTfifc        /    Official Watch Inspector
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Circumstances over which we have
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| Our special form of WORK is INSUR-
;■ • ANCE.   Insurance of all kinds but
•5 only one quality, THE BEST.
1 BEALE.HUTCHISON&ELWELL |
Phone 20, Cranbrook, B. C.
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Fair Methods of the Canadian Smeltersic P "ILl CUI" "
A Few Facts Presented in a. Clear Manner.
.1. I. Parker, inmiii-o-r "I thu
Nortli Sim* mil,,., n-ritiw iu, follows
in reply Iiiimi .-,,t.-t.-k mad.- ull   the
C'niiiiiliiiii   s Ii,.|s   l„   ||„.   \,.»
Denver l..s|.',- ,ui,| SniHlwi   I'nv-
siren I,:
Kiiul.*.-!,-* Mnj | hi,. UKBI.
Ill lilt* issin* uf ll„.'ill, inul, ,,|
till' \..|*t..ll    ll.-tilv    \,*ws :,,,,«■;,,-,-.1
i iitTtniiii ni' stiiiii- roiiuirki, ..(
in... nl Iln- iiii-i-iiiiu ,*ii N'i'Isiiii. mi
lilt- Illl insl. I«*.*ii*iii._' un ll ,-inii|.;i|-i-
iiii of flmru'ts iiiniii. liy iln- Aini'i-i-
uu siiii'lli-i's. lu iln. CtK'ur iTAIi'iii.
mint. tiwni.|-s.  iiiul iluisi* i'Iiiii-'^isI
l '.'inailimi mini'iiwnt'i-s. liy  t'tiii.-nl-
IllH  Sllll'lll'l-S.  ill  W'llit'll   I  Sl.'ltl'll tlllll
lilt- i'til'illi-r tin Ilu* ,*ivi-i*;ii:i'. w.-n-
#L'7.7*i |m*i* ton, lis iit-iiiiisl sil |.*r
(unity lli,. Iiillt'i*.
Tliis is t'tiri-i'i-l um] has nut Ihh»ii
assaiU.
This ilitl'i'i'fiici'uf s:l.7u was iu-
ailvt-rti'iilly lllatlt- In ;t|i|a.,-u- as Itt--
illji 111.' ilill'i'ivnn* Ih-Iwi-i-ii tla.-
i-alt's hy tin- Aim-rii-an siiii*lli-i*s.
ami tlii-t'.-iiiailian siiit-lli-i's.ln t'ana.
linn mint- owni-ru, mul which I
•ti,-,-i-i-lisl hy It-lciirani. al ilu* ni'iil--
-sl Btoppiu*. fxiint, us aoon al'tt-i-
■vailing il  as was |aissililt*.
Tin-uhjt't-l huwt-vi-r ul Ilu- ruin-
piii-isuii. was tu shuw llml nur
init'lli'i's livali.l us ht-lti'i* in th,'
in.-illi'i* uf rail's tliiin tin. t'lii'in-
rAlt-ni- iiiiiii-t-s well" li't'.-iti'tl hy
llit-ir sini-llt-i's. antl tln*i'i*fiii*i. why
is il that tlii-ri- is such a howl from
lilt- Santluti l.i-tlu'i. als.ul on,'
sitit'ltt'i-s'-uutl why sliiiultl Saiitliili
;liip|it-i-s. ship past uur twu home
sinclti-rsy anil why can thu Aiiu-ri-
sini-lliTs. if Ihey ilu. with a
li>ii*_-i*i*Jiaiil. *rivu Ih-tli-r rales, than
they iln tu their own miners:'
iu the i*c--Mi-t it was aisu sl.'ilisl.
lull I wish.sl I'liiiiulii furllieCaiia*
ilians. whicli   wilb,ml ||,e ennlext.
rentls very raw.
Whnt   1    saiil   was   "tlllll   si	
liusilless ilileresls. ami the llll'ilT in
the 1'llil.sl Stales wen- lias.sl on
the cry uf 'Anit-rim fm* the Amuri.
cans.'sn iu t'anaila. I lllollirlll it
hiuh lim.-. thai nur iiiisiues. ill-
l.-ivsls. shuiilil Ih. mianlisl hy ilu-
cry ..I -Cniiluln Eur I'linailimis.' nml
iu this nvonl onr home imlusiries.
would is* i-iii*..ui"ii*.'isl."
* This I utaiiilaiii is I'orri'cl, fur
unless we support nui- uwii imlusiries. whether tin,) an* founded
ami built up liy t'.-iiiailiau. Amuri-
Will, Itrilisli. l-'iviu-h. ur uther ,*api-
lal. tin's.* industries musl luiiitnish,
This .s]M-ei-h has la-eu Hindu the
siil-jeet uf allaek hy the Slltldnll
sliti.l' uf tile l.isl|.i'. iu his issue uf
lhe Tth iust. who did mil apparcut-
I). se,- my correction of the lllh,
ami he has  mude certain  i-olitrtl-
ilielur,   slale ills    which   I   will
answer und lake (hem in the order
they ale  lliaile.
1st, He denies Ihai the locnl
suii'lter rales lire SII.T.*) Inwer than
llinse ehai-|.'isl hy fnreitiii sinelters.
As I did mil stale this. I nihil.>l
allirm or dull) il I'm* allhouull   up.
pl'iiaelieil h\ lhe lead ll'lls, sllieller.
as far liai'k as Dcccnilicr 211. „t lasl
yeur, tu ship nur nres. I have never
yet In'i'U nlilu In nn| a quotation
frmn lh.'in. What I ilu kmiw liuw-
ever is. llllll we liuve heen salisl'usl
wiih the Ireiiliiieiit hy uur Inline
smellers, ami I mu mil aware lhat
we linve hud any favurisl rates, ami
jutlj'iui' from thu 8IH.50 nitu ijuuIihI
liy tlu- editor nnti-il Inter we
linve not la-eii fnvui-isl.
2lld, He says thai the Incal
clinr-jcs ale more thull the mi
quote! hy inc. anil adds iu the ten
per cent deduction fur loss in lead
smelting, mid live per cent th-iliic-
tion fur the liwrf in silver. As
these deductions are made hy laith
hunie mul furei-xn smelters. 1 elim-
intltud them in my culculatiuiis.
hut if wc mid the amount he gives
vi/. S1.2u to each amuuiit, we have
the fnllnwin*,' Hglirusi
('hurp-s to Cnuer d'Aleiie mine
owners Xil.ln phis 81.25 eipmls
SUI2. Clmrges hy homo smelters to
homo inluoi-s 821 plus 8*1,25 oquiils
♦28.25, leavin-i still the dilfuronco
qtiotml of 811.75,
Iln I     He any; I nnd  thia ia tho
|iiim-i|i.il j.iint In which I wisii In
draw yntir attention! thill iu 18IIH.
I'.HII. ii e.-rtain mine shipp.*!*. iu the
Slocan, niwlval ,,  r. it.- of 818.5(1
|sr   Um   fur   troiidil,   tmil ul.
market eli.-ii-.jes. etc., ..a sixl) |s-r
i-enl lead in*.-, and lulal In* is  pav- '
iiia825.no, iheiliiieivn. [ <7.::u
Kutny   into   lh.*    |s..*k.-is   ul   Ilm
Sllieller.
ll   is eUileill  llllll   Ihe e.| il. li. dues
nut unilerslaiid lhe qlluslioll, and
the  following    iiifortniition   mny
euliehleii him. and silu-e lie has
nski-d me lu explain il. I will eu-
deavurtudu tliis Willi the hesl know-
ledge I possess, hoping that this
ImgUoiir may die a iialural dentil.
lu .lanilal'.v I'.MI the basis uf
(■ayiueiil ami utinrgos by the
sinelters. Isith liiuiie ami foreign,
was ohiiugetl, ami the deduction nf
Sl > cents |a*i* 100 fjouuds inuwSli
was made. Tliis liri'llllgelimtll al
Iln- first we did mil understand uur-
.elves.   su  mude   a   eulllpal'isnli   uf
ales hv In,lli tho ulil ami new
im-tliisls. whicli I will annex lifter
sume explanatury I'eiuarks.
The  uld method   prior to tliis
lute, consist,-,! of the settlement
hasi-d uu tin- New Vurk quotations
f lead for iiinly per cent of the
lend- contents of the nre. whilst
duty uf 1.1 cents (mi- |*oiiiii1 uu lllll
pur eelil was deilueteil.
The London price was su much
higher relatively al tlmt lime! lhat
ill the Canadian lead was ualillal-
ly suld i„*the world's market,' after
lieing sineltisl in Canada and refined ill tile Slates   ill bund,  ur   belli
sineltisl ami roHtied iu bond in the
I'llitod Slnles. and  ll Ivillitllge
thus gullied weul tuwnrd Inking the place uf the present deduction uf s|.
The duty Iihi was ehmyiil.,' the
rate,of I.1, cents |j,»r lanind. fur 100
|s*r eelil uf tile lead contents,
whilst    we    received    only   '.111   per
cent.
This dill'oronco assisted in puy-
iiifj; Ilu- marketing cluirges.
The liumi's now given nre based
ou lhe lead contents ami values nf
ail per .-enl ure. and lhe dale Jllli.
nary IIKJ0.
lli.il MKl'lloi.
I'.ii.v   p»- .-.-mi  I,-i.i in,- lain
[i. nl in Is al I I'll' |..-r|niliiiil 11 lli I
i» lliii iivwiiiro i.i-ii-i- tor
. h.
Ilu
Ill.liO
l.l.-l
I.I-SS lo ,..-,-.-.-,.,	
Alltiaiilns. for .111 ,..-,* **.-,,, 1,'inl .
I' B'-s-
l.iilv ui 1'.. as i..*t- imllinl	
Km ultl ami I Itm-lll 	
T I.l.slii.'tion-	
V-. 1-i.-	
SKtV   M llllll,,'
Itasisl   nu    London   quotlitious
with iliiliicti, f 80 cents' per UK)
pounds '.Ml per conl nf lead con-
touts, which lhe iilitor uf the
Li-ilfie ubjeets tu. and says practically is absurlasl by tlie smelter
therefore lining an iinjusi uhnrgc
in his upiiiiuii. Avenigo pi-ice I'm-
•Imiuai-y iu London CHI. 12. 11, ex-
chango at 81.8*1 equals 880.-17 por
luui.' tun uml equals 811.51.2 por 100
IKitllii Islam) ptiniiilH nl a fitlll rrll'H        (,:l.*,...l*!
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,i<
11.5
Ml,,,.: - .',a |,,<r .-.-ni l.-ii-i -in- J.'IJ aa
e||llt><t.l. SO< >      ,,.-,■ 100 Ilu nil
iiii |a<r .--'Hi ill I* I'l rtmliiiita
,s|iinls !> 111 | tils i.i sn -.Tilts, 7.3(1
,'ii'iula llllll h-i'iil I  -..a.nii
Tuliil ilnlni-lloli.        t-.'7'.'a
N,-l nri .*  * '..Ifl
Old method. 85.05.   New method
85.111, Difference ill fnvnr nf new
method night cents. As the
lillionut uf silver in Ilu- ure would
Is. the sume iu euch example. I
have nut given it.
We paid 820 freight ami treatment I Kith liefore and after the
ulinngu uf niethiKls, hul if the San-
dun shipper were paying 818.50,
lhe difference wuuld he ill favor uf
the uld method, by 81.12. Later
calculations however slmw. Unit
since this dute January WOO. uur
smelters have reduced the rutes
811.20 per tun. su that at present we
nre actually getting liotter rales by
811.28 than in Jiuinnry 1000. This
favored ship|s-r is getting lietter
terms by the difference nf
8'l,28 nnd 81-12 nr 81.8(1, su
I      cannot     see     when..     fie    is
mulcted by   Hn
lime of 87.110.
As I'lL'lireS Sjh-ak Inlldel* lluill lie-
i-lauinliuli. I will leave the .slilur
of the Saniluti LwlgO, and his
friend ihe mine owner tn digest
them, and will examine further into
the rates of our homo smelters fur
IIKJO, UKII, I'.ki2. during which
years we havo shipped ure. and as
I have shown that we have nut
llllll any flivonil rales, as sltltl-d by
iln* cditort my conclusions, baaed
as ,hey are nil the records nf uur
luniks may Ik- nccoptod as Isung
i-nrrei-l und if they are mil. 1
will welcome auy investigation
into them by any disinterested
party,
During the year 1000, tin* same
rates were chill-god by Uitll hoino
ami foreign smelters, viz 820 per
lun plus deduction nf 80 cents per
IHO pounds un IK) per uunl uf lhe
lend contnuts,
In UN,I however ihey were
chniiged tu  sl'.i  fur  freight  and
Ireallilt-nt with 81 ill plnce nf Ihe
81) cents as ulmve. This was an in-
crense uf 80 cents |kt tun over
IlKX). lu 1002'they were i-,hI,„-i-i1
by our homo smellers tu 815 per
tun fnr freight nml treatment, with
the present deduction nf 81 per
Inn pounds uu In) per cent nf tho
It-mi contents.
iMmiiniins tin. ni..uili of •) tii-
mir.v lllaa  is Iln- i|iii.slion of
run's. Willi 11)011-.-.liuvit Illtt foi
Itnviiil". .Iuiiiiii**.v lima       t*-'i.*.'H
Ilia-.'. In-i-ilil ami iii-itiin nt ,1.1
,1 |i-1- lun His un per c-ail .".ii
,..-.* .'.'ii, .in*	
T.U.il-l.ilili'l iulis....
us        191,11'
Hill n™ In Invor nl 1(109       t 1190
Adding Hie 8 cents nf liiiin .lan-
uai-y 1000 nver uld method gives
811.28 uf a deduction iu the rales
as compared with the method iu
Vogue previous to 1000.
This deduction is made by our
home smelters at a time when the
lead trust left us severely alone,
ami when if our home smellers
wished In do so, thoy could liuve
forced us In pay inure. Instead nf
playing the cinch game, as is asserted by these who iln nut understand the situation, I maintain that
they have ployed n very fair game.
True this deduction is largley attributable tu the bonus on rolined
lead grunted by government, but
at the smne time, is thoro tu Ik- uu
orodit given tu uur sinelters fnr
Ihis?
Itighl here let me remark, that
if we had nu home smelters, it is
possible Uiul we wuuld Ik' paying
higher rutes than went present on-
i"y*
What would Cuiiiidiiin mine owners nnd I moiiii by this expression
all minors nf lend ure iu Canada nf
whatever nntioiuilitv liuve dune
during tho years 1001-1002 when
the lend trust hail enough nf ure
frum their nwn mines, und practically left us tn nur fate, but fur uur
homo sinelters'-
Had we ile|H-iidisl ou foreign
smellers, those nf us win, huvc
lieen working wuuld have had In
shut down, thereby throwing
men .nil uf wurk. uml giving iln*
couniry a blacker eye than it has
had.
Iii conolusloii, I will slate something, thut ! wuuld Ik- sorry tu Im'.
lieve tu Ik- trim, uud il is ihis.
Alter tlie mooting nt Nelson on the
-Uh inst.. sunn- une remarked that
then' were certnin shippers who
would ship ure nut nf the country,
iu preference tu shipping it tu uur
sinelters, even if they nuvo lhe
sumo rates.
If the circumstances wen- re-
verscd, I know us .lu ninny others,
that if Cnnniliiiiia in the Stutes
were tn ship nre to Canada, or to
Europe, thereby shutting down the
local smelters, then- wuuld 1»- such
ii howl thut ii speedy cluiuge would
Ik- effected or the parties put mil
uf business.
Why then should such treatment
l»- neconled our smellers without
comment)1 Again how can wc raped nur smelters tn got the eust
down tn the lowest ]Kiint when the
furnaces are blown in ami nut wiih
unfailing regularity?
1 think llml il is true iu smelting, us in  iiiiiiiu*/. thai tlu, larger
Ilu- product the lower the eust.
When shut down, through luck uf
..re. as al lhe present time, officials
and handy mull, have In Ih* jiaid.
ami interest mi tile plant {Slid, Ik*.
sitles othur uxpuusns tun numerous
to mention, so thut the cost is in-
.-reused. We therefore cannot ox*
|K*cl tu gel the very 1h*sI possible
rates under these conditions. I
think, however, thai Imth lhe iiiau-
ligurs of our home sinelters would
gladly give us still lower rutes if
they could Im- promised a regular
quantity uf ure. ami iu stilting this
I um only speaking as a business
man. who has un interest iu Ihe
smelting industry, except tu jj«>t
the licsl possible rates, and I have
in. interest une wayor tin- uther. iu
defending uur smnltnrs, other than
In see fair play. As mentioned the
Nelson fiiniuee  is shut down, uud
yol nre is lleilil* shipped nut nf the
I'uiiutry. and business that naturally heluiies to this country thereby Inst. Then iu addition tu the
unfairness uf this, presuming Ihut
mil- local rales an- as favorable as
tlie foreign nnes tu us, there is the
absurdity nf Ilu- lead miners asking government aid when uur lend
plants are shut down fur lack of
nre. and at the sume time shipping
nre nut uf the country.
Possibly the incongruity uf this
has escajH-il their attention, but f
am afraid thai it will nut escape
the attention uf lhe government,
I sunk my private feelings un
Ilie matter, in order lu net united
action ami voted fur the
bonus, without restrictions ami as-
sisted in getting resolutions passed
ut the various towns in Kast Koote.
nay. hut I do nut think that the
government will lie oblivious tothe
fuels.
Iii order tu build up the wesl we
need I'vvty  possible  industry, ami
need tu assist   it  uu sttiblished,
ami if tun* lead smelters give the
saint- rates. I cannot understand
why this ure ia hoini. shipped uut
uf it.
If they charge mure, however, I
cannot hlmiie tin. shippers frum a
business standpoint, uu ordinary
occasions, but suroly the present
time is most inopportune,
I have shown thut uur smelters
have given us us kikkI rales us tin
foreign ones, ul a time when imth
were competing fur uur ores, and
liuve reduced rates ami taken uur
urea when the foreign ones would
uut take thom; and have in this
rather loiujthy letter established
sufficient evidence to prove that uur
homo sinelters are worthy uf mon
assistance than ihey receive from
some of uur llritisli Columbia ship
pors.
If the the load trust is giving
better rales than nur smelters, it is
doing this fur sume ulterior uiutive,
iu my opinion, uml I am sorry tt
see um- miners play into its lunula
Yours fnitlifnlly,
.1.1,. I'arker.
Coist Timber Mtn Up   in   Arms
Ag.inst th. Government
lor Loss ol Land.
Slock Quotitiooa.
l-'iirniahisl by Iteale.  Hutchison
& Klwell, brojtors, Crnnbrook B. 0.
rlli Slur       I'l'l-
illran       ...
Sl. lllll!,  10
I'llJIII-        Ill
War Rugla CouoIIiMhI         HI
I'.iy   Roll  1
Aiii'-rii'illi Uo.  I1,
linl ilu 	
in Neat Coal	
si. BuR.no lit. Mine*	
I.-,iii. nil nml I'oul Slim*. I.i.1
Allu-rliiI'niil iniill'oki.	
Knsl I'nnis Ni'st I'onl	
..*,:l-'.n.0O
For Site Cheap.
On Baker Hill, snulh of l'resby-
terian parsonage. I.iikkI substantial cottage 22x28 on twu lots, five
mums also kitchen 10x10, wood
shi.l 111x5 ami good pantry, also u
-.'tsal fence all found, Apply oi
the premises, .1. L. Dixon,
7-111 Cninlirook, 11. C.
Sly Thai lhe Truster Was Officially
legisleref.
THE INVtSTIiaTliJN iOWINf PIT
IN     HKLV    ELKCriO.1   AKQSI    SUKtl
Victoria, May lh. a ,-in-um-
.tance. which may have a very nili-
lerial bearing nn the question ul
the Krauts uf blocks t,503 unit
4,594, develti|«.l ilii» morning wlieu
it was discovered by n-fen-ui-u lo
lhe lauds and wurks department
that formal transfer of these "two
blt-eks lo tin- Columbia A Western
railway company was olficiall) re
istensl there nl the time the i«
tents wen* si*_'msl  and  sealed,   iv-
ssanlless   uf   ll lain,   made   by
Wells am! the legislature thai delivery wns never mude. and that tin-
transaction therefore n-iuaiiu-tt iu-
eiilliplele. Whelher Ihis fuct uf
registration will l»* placed l>j tin.
company in sup_»irl of its claim
that execution was complete-, n--
maiiis to I.- discovered,
Shaiiiihiu-ssev hnving advised
tin- committee that owing tu tlu,
delays un ilu- lim- he could nut
arrive this evening, his evidence
mn! thut uf uther hiu'ii officials uf
the C. I'. K. will Ik* taken tomorrow
their cross-examination liy Uutl
ami McCaul promises to lie exceptionally vigorous,
Tiiere now remains no i-huncc of
the n*|K»rt prepared by Wishieaday
and tin* chnirumii sn advised thu
premier |odny.
It is tin- gt'iiend opinion hero
that the investigation will fall Hat
ami that tlif report will be a mas.
Uf   lilitterillL' L't'llenilitiea. willi   uu
specific results.
Then- is a growhig fooling hero
that when the house roaisomblcs the
L'uveniiiicut will either Is- reorganized, jor defeated upon a want uf
enntiileiiee motion.
Tn add tu the unpopularity uf
the uuveriiiuout. aa further pnsjf of
till- ifieulllJK-llteliey nf the   cubilu-.l.
cuuies ilu- funm- among mill un-u
and liniitl linruers over the unler in
council plneiiii* a reserve uii practically all the limber lauds on Vaii-
euuver island ami un tin- maiiilai.tt
e mat fur the benefit uf n pulp com.
puny, desiguntod iln* Islam! Power
Companyt Limited.
This reserve has beon m-mic iu
accordance with the provisions uf
au iimi-ndineul In the Lnml Act
puaaisl iu  l'.ml. om|iow-jiriiig the
chief rnlulllissium-r uf lands Hint
wurks tu reserve crown law!. Iur
u |K*riial uf two years lo ,-iiubltt
pulp companies In make a selt'Ctiuu
uf tin* lands they desire lu lease.'
Il is alleged that the reserve thus
granted this unknown islam! com.
pnny lies up every acre of. available timber laud un the island snd
uu ih.- lower mainland, thai it will
put the hand loggen, entirely out
nf business am) work grave hunt-
ship to inaiiy mill men who hav,,
up tu tin* present held ami worked
leases till sume uf   these   Islllls and
fur which tlieri applicatiusn iur n,-
uewiils were aiready l.-fure th,.* department.
EXCURSION TO FRANK
er
For Sale.
Disillll.il! residence nu Buk.
Hill. I'uriiaee ami water couven
iences. Apply lo ll. W. Patmore.
A Ckttc. to View Ihe Field ol Iks Tir-
rible Dlaiatcr.
On Monday, May 25. Victoria
duy. the C. 1'. R. will mn a .peeial
train frmn Cranbrook'to Frank,
Alberta, tu give the |K-oplc au opportunity of viewing tin- scene it
thc recent disaster. Tlie Iraiu
will leave Cranbrook nt 7 a. m.,
mid Frank at 7 p. in., thus giving
visitors about seven hours at
Frank. The fun- fur the round
trip fmm Crnnbrook will Im' 8.1.115.
This will Ik* the only chance to
visit thut lown ut such a niodotftlo
Cost, in ,:  en i\ r.iMHii;   iii:i:.\i.i>
CRANBROOK HERALD
E!<Utor ;»ti«l Proprietor
IKKMSiU* Sl ll-l'i;il'[|il\:
Ilia Hrr-thl .loilr-'- to  -Im* til >Wto| Hit-
.li-.lii.-l. If Jim klinv itnv HlHMll >'»iii town
finr nun,- oi ji.ni i f..|,l,-. M-n,l il lu Uii- »ll1i*«*.
EDITORIAL NOTES
Tlu* OtuMuiUiii Nurtli.Tii has null]
it8    llltu!    '-''"''Ml!    t<>    illl    Allli'l'lciiii
symHetiti'   for  sIIihhi.ihki.     Tin-
Imui WHS serum I lllii|i*l* iln- I'l'.V "I"
"Camilla fur I'tmwHiiiw.'' nml thun
i mini I ovor to Ann'rim ns. As
Tin- M.-n.lil has rumarkiil In-fore
i*;i|iit.*il is lU'Voiil of patriotism and
knows nu tl;i'_'.
British ruliiiiilii.i is im|niriiim
tuiil from Japan. This is suruly
a man of nirniiii; eotils I*. Ni*\v
Castlu. Uritish Columbiii Ihm
■ In- rii-liist i-uiil lii-Ms in iln- wurl.l
today.
Sinn- uf tin* illustrations in
Kahii'rn ('.-iiiiiilii diiilii's ait1 I'liiitiuh
to yivi* thoir roailors ilu* niulit
man'.
Kiitinfi menu try souitis lu In
i-hi-uiiii'   witli   llritisli   Cul liiu
trttltl'SllllMh'
For Painting .ind Decorating ot any kini
Papcrhanging, or anything in thc line,
Thai you want finished in qu'ck time.
In a workmanlike manner that will looSt li \t$
G > to the Little Shop with the Bit); Sign
And tell your troubles to Benjamin-*:
l
T
'ran .rinik |.oil->c. Su. Jl
A. !'. & ,. „.
ll.fi.lur iiii-iiin-s ..i, ii
lli.ul *ll„ns,l.,, ..i is
in* lull.
I (HiS  III SI Km I Ii IV   FIRE
Hrc.-kcirii)*:*.* & Liulil I.iisl- Over  a   Mil    * »
linn feet   nf I.iirs.
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Don't Weep!
Just Laugh!
DR. I\ B. KINO,
DENTIST
ni'ici*: novR-si
II to 1*.' a  ul.
I to tl |i   111.
. to s a iu.
CRANBROOK, It. C.
I.asi 'ITinrsdii) n liiu pile of lup. I I
mar ihe C. I'. I!, ir.n'k  uliiml four *l
miles wesl of Wnnllier eirauhl   Iii.- . I
ami over an half lllilliull   fool   v-vivlj \
ilesiroynl.    Tin* men on   lhe west- 4 I
hound   passeneei-   discovei.nl   lhe J \
tire mill allelll|.le.l to   pill   nut    the *fi*2   -.-.                          t       .      if                                        ,
Humes lun in no avail.    When  lhe II   "OU OUT 00 it  11 yOU gO tO tllC
train ivachisl fori Steele Jiiuclioii **
II leli-eraiu was seal lo tl
l-ytliilii!   p.
sihle wns iloue l,v lhe l'o latter sn
the    lo«8    lull    il    was   Mli|
;? a. h. THonpsoN,
Barrister, Solicitor,
' «■ **• ■ "vorvihinis'iios- i\ Minstrel 5how
.*
4.
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4.
4»
4.
Nolary Public.
. t   I SiilUiUir Iur Ihr Impi-riat llaal ..1 Canada
** *      Ihc Liiliiiil.l linrsliniiu  ami I tuiil l iiniinni.
CraiihriKik, 11. C.
-«, ® ®.ii) -j, <-
I
lihle,  ||
|f IHE CITY BAKERY
...    -•> Il.i everything ulre Hies
I.II.-I1..H.,-,.,.!
1   it v.	
O.II.F.     Key Cily loil|e | Why yon aooulll bay
\»    I*.    .U,'.-|s.-l,-l)   \1, l- '
,btj littilit nl tin-It luiil in
l-.ii.ri   Ir.-.-:.   >„;■,. Ini,*
II)- 11. ml.
u It, luuiasa,
a.,* \.
• Vroom & Dezall
FAIR PLAY
CHEWING
TOBACCO
line, such ftl
BREAD, BUNS.
The iiM'urjmratiuns nf It it ioi is is
tho solution tu tin- |iu/./.lr. Thou
rosponslHilily   is eqnully divided
ami arliitT.-itiuii   mentis sunii-lliinu
Tin* roiiilini.' uf tin- itlitorial
l»flgo of tho \Vinni|H'u' |Hi|H'rs ini-
(ii-OMHi-s one ihut |Kilitii's is tin*
t-liii-f industry of .M-miloliii.
Carniivii'. tin- |)hiliuithro|iist mi
tin- assoHrrUHGiil |il;iii. has seen lit
iu spoak tlisjiani^iiij^ly uf Canatlii
ami hor instiliitiiiiis. Wo lioroby
*^ivi' Andrew notion that all no^o-
li nt ions for 11 3r5(MJOU doiiation tor
a Cniiilu-iMik Mbrary is deeliircd off,
V\V don't want it.
'Thoro is nn nsi' for any olonioltt
Iti petition tin- ^uvi'innii'iit lu
.■liiiiiL'i* ilu1 tariff un lorn). Tin*
tfovorn 11101 it is u|i|jusi'il to tariff
rhanp's as .1 ni.-itti'i* uf prinoiplo
iiiul jKilitirs. antl it will nut o|H>n a
iloor tlmt may lead tn all kiln Is nf
trouble tu ploiiw tin- load inino
owners, 'Hn' tariff is a dangerous
thing for an iinti-tariff pnrly to
monkey with.
The A nnst nniLr At 1 nirtisit is
une year uld and is nut uf debt.
Tho advertiser is n ram avis in
Uritish Columbia journalism.
Thoso who do not understand tho
lead question as applied tu Cana-
diiin and American smoltiirs, would
do well tn reatl Hie artiolo by -I. Ij.
Parker on Iho fruiit pajxe. Jt is as
full uf meat as ,*i .ooeoauilt. and
iiives ample.reasuiis why Cauadiai
smelters should Jm1 upheld iu pre
ference tu the Ameriean lead trust
"        ,                              V              it                 kit       i *   <              *-ni                   u    4      Si *? "Kl;All. UUNS,
Uu. loss is estima.Kl between J| next   Monday night        There   Wl      DCS! * SCONBSand
$4lKJt) and S5(KK> and theiv was  no ||                                 7 £>                          v                       }{ J PASTRY....
'Tumi. i„ s,„,k : of ti,,. i Iots  of fuI*tg°o** singing   and lively | { ^_^ISSr
i i *       ir *                  1 I                . it 1'  FhaaeSl          OiKlill M I
I, tor, t'Miresseil liimsel   ,,, a very    .     musJc || | ^       ™
llo.*,o|ihlcnl manner in follows:      J J j{ T "' ""-su
we hail   piletl   all   .,1  ..III*   I
l/olhol- antl hrsl lhe huni'li."
li
4 .
4 »
The lodge of CARMEN of America |
j» are in charge.     Turn out and give the ||
Cunadl.n Norlhcrn Land (Irani Sulil.  j|| raj|way b0yS a ^g house.
St.   PiiiiI,  Min       "      '"     '
Mav   in.    A ..
, -ii 9*
lollVI'lllll rei-elvell hole lunighl .'"ll-   4 >
Tickets, 75c, SOc, 25c
On sale at Beattie's
tinned the piirohusc liy Col I   A. 4 i
I). Davidson,  ul'   Diihilh.  .Minn.. . >
i   i - ,. .i it
ami   his   associates ..I lhe entire 4 ►
laml grinil ul Ilm ('iiuiiiliaii  N'orlh-  < >
i *
ern rnilwa). excei'dlliu   lliree   mil-   It
lion neres. for i nsiiternti I' 4.
iwolve lllillinllllulllll-s.   The pail i,-.  r**A"*"**'****"*tA***********************+£i*$*£
inteivsli-l lire Colonel  li.   I>.  Mc '"*'"'m**mr9m***w9******,**,*****************
^"ir'''iwisllli.iui,.',|'a!k OOOOGOOOGOOQCGGGGeGGEOeeei
Minn.i   I).   II.   MncDuiiiild.   hul 0
'thl'Ap'pollo: A..I. A.lamson.   1,'us.  O
tlieriii   Ft  I'..    Kniiiislon,  (len.   I.  v Beg to inform thc people of Cranbrook that they have bought   JK
I'iper.    W.    I).     DollL'las.     Min-, O ,,    ,,          ,,   .             .     ,     ,.         ...         ,   - u     .        .   M
,.     ...           „,,      .,     .   ,    \r\ Mr. Maycocks interest in the lirm ot Maycock « Harm and  in
iu-,'ijH,lis.   .Minn.      Ilie   Miiuitolin   gt -88
ami   Sasliiilchewan   Vidle.v   Laud   O have amalgamated with thc 0
cnnipany. liiniteil. win, a capital!© Mcnl Business their Dour and Feed Business X
of live milli lullai-s will I i-.l-D , IB
"ituizisl at'tiiice wiih nliices iii liulli  O Har-''s * Jolliffe solicits a share of the trade of the town and J9
this ciiuntry ami Kiiiilaml  I'm- ihei© feel confident that by giving careful attention to business they B
puriioso of eotbiiizulioii mul Bel lie- © • .* i   .* ©
11 r\ cm insure satisfaction. JS
llleilt. U
HARRIS & JOLLIFFE
FERNIE NEWS
! OOOOO^OOOOOOOOGOOOOPOQG©
i. li. Church  "
SON,       |
5>-® (•> ® ® ® -® »® ®-® ® \s):
Timber Notice
N.tin- h l.or. liy ■ Ivqii Dial tlilrij itn;
•tutu I itiiDiiil in uiij.ly t. iii.- triii. r i
tl -i .if LiiiiK nmi   W..i.,s ni   \„-i hi
I list! l"»fin nml I'-urj'iiwaj  llniti.'r Ir
fiil'iiwiii" ilc*i.-rit.e.l lumis:
rnminenciiiit nl tin* mm Iihuii ,- i;,i
umai, it ran |i I, tlieiiro imrtli ;j, m cimliis
Iliil'ttlWtlst i-iii'iK-i   ..f ilie Hi,,i,.v'ii.|  Inl
ttt'Sl IU il a.IIS, llll'IK-U Ul 7l-.1i.Ii: I is
imui i.i<-iii-.iiisi,i|„>;,i( ,,r ,-.u,iii,,I,..,,,,,,*,
Illlillllll :|.'i ai-ivs ..r ilnii.*.| liimh inn.'-j in
|l.iti-tl i-Mh-lit) nl A|>||| i'ni;;
Timber Notice
Tlllil'IIOllL'Clllflt IMlU'illi'S  lltllT  .lull'   I
iiiii'iul iiiti|i[ilv i<. IIioCIiM Cttiimiin-tliitiiT 11
I,"min nn.l WiiiLsfiir npn'lul lii'iiiw to i'l)l
Din) i*arry nivnjf tiiiiln-r from Iho fullnMil'ji
ili'Hcrilml IuiiiIh in Sou III Kiml Koolctmj:
ronitiii'iH'intr at a |n»t plu tit-nil nl iln- point
win™ IlincuHt limit ot l.ol 1125 (Iroiip I
HtrlLca tlmkouIIi limit otlotH I2.'i tlmnp 1.
tlii-ti.c tiloiitf m.ii'li limit nlti.lM li'.'i ami l:M
Ortnip tn lot *4~)00 Group 1. HU-i'lmins nmiv
orli'M, UiewwBotilli 80 rlitihm muiw iirliuw
to tho lion li limit ul K. I'ml.-K pr iplimi,
tlii'iii'i. wont u.'ii'liniiiN mow i>r lii-m in Hn
tim]i   Cotiimliln   Siiiiilii-i-n   rniltwiy, lliaiiri*
niiptliwrnl   tilii^B nniil  rililffllj'   Id t*nii| Inl
4I2S, Ihiiiii'diorlh nln «■ tin- iikI Ititilt nf
aiilil lot -112**1,117i'l nliMiiinnor Jivn tn il,.*
plai'i- uf lie-in ni iik, ni m tnl Minn iton mn*
mora nr lifH,
|luh',l ,'tinli April ■'■> ll.
II I*. 'I'   S.-hni-.»
lioiii ilii'ii-.r Prnw.
Mr. W. W. Tniil.'. nl tin- Koynl
llnti'l. lins I ci'ii lionort'tl In* Ihmii^
pl.'iriil un the it'ct'ptioii t'ommilti'i'
to iviM'ivi'l'ivsiili'iit lit
PERRY CREEK NEWS     I
Liisl Kriiliiy Kivil Il.*i/i'ii. iu try-1
j mil: lu itiwh TiTry VwrV neur ilu*
sl en iu slu ivt 'I.   rti ii tt-   i H'in-  liist'iuu
Timber Notice
NolicnI*Hoivliy Kit-ontlinl tliiit.v ilu,v»iit-
i iliiln I liitcinl lu apply InllioCliMCom*
Imium-rnl l.iiinlri nml tVuiliH at Vlctorlit
ra i-pi'i'iiil lii-i'iim" In cul nml I'liir.v nwiiy
nliurftinii tint riiflnwIiiK di
nut.'in Simiii liiiHt Kootenny;
.. .if"11    nn**-"'*'" " "    iun* i uh      (',,aiiii,'iii-iim nt   ii   pnst   plaiih'il ih'iii-tin'
u"   '      I liis lift'.    Mr. Kll'/t'll wiih liikinui*  ;i I I nl Um Uiu,. Mojtn rlvt'r un.l n u
liis visit tu   Sn ikiiiii-  on tin-   aill'll.   •      i    ,   .     i    ,    (i1M  ti1(U.,,i ,,..,11„.,1   llitrn iiiIVh  ulmvu  llllller'H  llmlmr .Inim,
IIIHt.      Ml-   ll.ltl.-h'<*.'.M'(|   ii    lHit'l|U)fimUh(1    s||.i..||1|     .„    ,]lis   |.,ii.,!.',, H, „, MtM( ins.tl,....',.,..,-,!,
Tin- wiiIit wiih   nut   su .li'.'p  l>m  t^"t.'jV/t'tl'M''il o*'t-'«n«i"f '!*"'",l*n|,|■, '"
wlmf lli(*V' ctmld  luivi' .'rnsscl  nil j   nai..,ia
Huh!, l.ut tin- l.'n.l i.mh. Iitilkftl  iii I i"'"|;- a
The govcrnntont siill lives nt
Victoria,hut its tiitt' is trciiililin^
iu the lialaui't'.
•Some nii-Ji tnivi'l ainlsi'i' nothing.
\V. H. Wilt-ox, of tin- J'lucnix
I'ioiiccr. wont to Vietoriii ti -ronplt*
ut WoolcH nxu. nnil he has written a
a most inti'ivr-tiiii.' eolumn on his
oliservatiiius.  ,
A t'oinmittt'i'of arbitrators, should
Ik* ii[>}joiutti) to ivcoiiciti' llit'iHll'i'i*-
t'lM'is iu the statciui'iit initdu by
uiPlllljors of .the ixovrrumriit Itefoil)
the Oliver coiuiuissiou.
Two car.loails of Cliiiifiuiiin well)
taken throuirji (Jranlnook last Sun-
ttay night to ,work for the Crows
Neat Coal i*iim|Kiny. It is pretty
loiiyh on a t-ouiitry to linve a cor-
IM»ritlion like that turn tlown white
men for Chiiuuueu.
A Sid Disappointment.
I.. It. Viinlieelir hiis iM-en pliVn-
lllUS all winter on a trt|i ilowu east
with Mrs. VjinDee.'ii* .this sprint;.
tho principal objnet lieing ,-41 Ihmlt
visit with his mother who lived al
Sftrntopfa, N. V.. and whom he had
not seen for twenty yeurs. He
expected to li,'.-ive the latter part of
the mouth, and was looking nhead
lo the visit with pleasant ,inliei|ia-
tioti. Inil on Monday last he reeeiv-
ed a te]e<n'raiu announcing thai his
mother hatl died the day lieforc.
Me could not reach her home iu
time for the. funeral, and therefore
he h«u given up iln- trip entirely,
ami will remain al home tliis suui-
mer, .
from a friend in Kjwknne inliiiutt-
in*ti lhat Seiialor Turner secitred
him this honor. Mr. Tutll.- met
the president ou one of his early
rips wesl.,
Timber Notice
Nnii.'i'i* Imi l>y nlvt'ii tlmt ll.ir y ilnys i.f-
h r iltiti'1 im.ii.I in npply tn iln> I 'Iii.'(I nai*
inlnsloiisr of Liimls nml tt'ni-ks fur a f)ii't-ftil
lii-i-LM' toctil   nml  I'iiirv inv.iv  lllllln'l' funti
tin- fi.|-,itiiH^,|'M<iil.,-il Inmls In Hniiili  KnH
K my.
riimimiii-iiii at n piiKl   I liiiili-.] nn till' l.il-
llf.Muyii-rii', i  nl L   Inn  III ilm  till,,!'.. 11H-
) Inmls, j li,,!-*,. i iiuiM r I'ln'ill, iln mi' tvi'tl  su Hiiilim,
llii-ace   fOiitli   Hi   iliiiiiiH,    llit'iii-i' i.i-l sn
I'lltlitlS, tlH'll.-c nml li   Ml   I'll
nl i.i'Hini iti«..
Unto.) Dili April. I'-'.i-'l.
7 AI.miihIii-M.K.i.
roek, H. C, Iln- Mill April
ihe middle nf lhe slream. Iviii-
down iii lhe wiiler. pulling the
wheel len in down with Iheni.    Mr. I
Coal Notice
Niillt'M i« I Ii.v given thai I, lite under
llir/cn iumpiil out  inln  the   water hIkiuhI,hiimti lliiily («'•) ilirvijniteriliitnto
11 npply In lliciiNHiHUilil entiiiiiiiwititler ut IuihIk
til id irieil lo siive lhe nurses by em*' nml tfiivlwiiirtlm ilfclrii-l nml tin* eliM mm*
.     . rm      i ,   iiilKHiniii'i'iif IiuiiIhnml tvorkitol Ilmprnvltiiv
linu the harness.     I lie horses  j^ul   ,,i idiiisi, r„i bin for u lli-fiiselo pKiX) i
InmJ.-il in (lie hnl'ln-ss llllll   l«„  „f hr-jlj^^rrijO. ^l*-bj^«|
llieili w.-i-e iIiiiwiii-iI.i til'lhe lellll  t-nriiH* "I Hi. iirnrl I llrlil.ltI'nliniililti
lll-M-|illl'.|  IIS IlllllllV.:        t'tlltllllt-lll-ill-r III   II   JIIISl
Illll'BOH llllll tine ill Uu- wheel mimes,   nt il iirllnv.-sl,i-nrniT llnu-ki-.l -II. S. I...ii.
,,     ,, , r.-"'"'"  i.mllniT»l    ni-r   nnsi."  iiiiii.*.. sn
Mr. Ilii/.en iliwi'Von l *ll t'l'i'illl uliiiiiis rasi, ,,,,.,,,-e sn I'liiil-iaaoilllii llwnw
.. I'l 1 * I     .   *,       ■      t *." .ll'I'tlS .1.-S-,   llll-tll-|-Sll|-|n|i||S||l||-tl|  I,, |,„S|
Im- Ins hertue  wui'K   ill  IryniK  I" „, ,.„„,,, oiiiiilnliiKmutim.
suve tin- litimes. nml iu miviiiK tin-    l».at..i -tu..!....- ..rM..r.-i., iiiiiii.
It. **•. i.'-iniii', Inrntor.
Imi he did,  lot* the  water is  lee I, .v. hniiy, ui«n«ei»r
i-,,hl tint) lieing alone In- nielli
have perislieil. The Ichiiih beliuiii
lo deary i'i  Doyle.
An Important business deal wns
eoinsuimuiited on Weduesiliiyeven-
iii^lielwei-n IheTHles Wood Vuiu-
puny and Messrs. Joyee Brothers by
which the former purchased lhe
store of tin* hitler, with lhe slock
of jjreuts furnishings, and hoots and
shoes. The price paid for I lie build-
im,' and lot was lnrjje and lhe slock
is bought acconliiMj; lu invoiced
price. This property is of especial
value lo lhe Triles Wood company
as il coniieeis the hi;.' furniture
»«""'«« «"""«l1   *""'"'    Tl..'|li.llo,„-,v*l),j.vli.. \J2&.*\&,a%},#,m12l,i&
i-iilll|inilV|,lll*|»isesliiimikeeslelisive , I ml» -r nf Inmls iin.l  uniks Inln lii-fits.. I..
,'■'.' .   ,1 , Tile     Htl'lllll     KUUVel     lllis     e\el*\ ; |H..s|..-.-l   l.ii   iiiul  iiiiiI in-lnili'lllll iiii tllttfnl*
fhuliue.s    in    eiiuseiiuelli-e    ul    lllls' ■  I I,,,tii,*:: ilaai'i li.-.l Inmls. slliinlt. tin III.. Hi'al
,    I I ilnii.e- reuily It. sit, rt wnl'll I In-  llml  .iitnnf Uik rli-iir un.l i..*i.... il miiolMor*
"'"'* 1,1 i     * , '1*1.     ..   I    ,,       ,  lisM-l.    I'lllHS    N.SL    .lllll'V.      Musi   Kni.ti-llilv
|»l Hi'' -ni'lt  •'"I"'"1'     ""'J I"1*1   tlWrli-l.ral i..*r.ilii|...»tniiii*lns|-|l.i.
\V. M,  Sl.'WIirt,   nf   the   (ll'llllll in i'ui-ee nf luei  lhe "liiuml. | TtiuriiHallt-rllir-a,! ia,,,,-*," s lin-t rlna*.
,..,.,,,,. ,.     ii lu l-i-nii-l. llt-niiiuia a Iirna, rnrnt-r nti.t.
I  llliill Hotel. .Mtirnssev. wns   lllte.ll ,, ll illl   sn  nliitliifl    llirlii-a   an
i-j... |.i, ,     ,      i    I      S, C, Jll or. o  l'ol't Meele. wns ,.IiiiIiih, ii , n, so t-mliia, llifiu-ti
Mil Iur nssnullin*.' ii   .-m-iienter   l.y ..       .   , i .„ ,|„,|„« , n ,„„,.,„.
1.1,01 ie of Iiiul,,-,.. wlut   lives   l,l|"inW   l"«'.i..l.Ml.i.ln,,     Hill' I     | ■,,„!.,,,.,. ,.,„*..
il,.*|,l.„-
I ! i Because >> ii .i>. ________|.i«i.i>*
I       BlclCkSllllthS ! ] Because n i> "■■■ ..."*. i.«....>.-i.«»
[ j j Because i. i«.).«i_njwi iiiiii I..*.
j     nor.se Shoeing    I io«*«,i««
! ,.    .      ....        ,       I Because .ii. iims ».-■ vatu.iii. f,.r
; Carriage Repairing and        | ,,,. ,, j... >. ih,
; General Jobbing.,.. } i because « -niiranit. cry Piu(
• iiiiisitii* Orierl I'rampily I | "'"'
I .llflld, illu. I I ItcCailSe vnnr ilrnlc, is atttttnrfziHl ,o
I . I  ■	
-  t.ltltn,   \..»r ,11*1,1-.*, -I vim
at-> lllll s .11* li  t,
Till: IMH-IIW TOHICCII CO,, lit,
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
a. p. TISDALE,
l-t-l lilli' !
Cranbrook
Candy Kitchen
i .iii.i's iitiil.lt.alack i.r I
Candies, 1'iiiits, Nuts, I
Itisuiiis, I'ipcs and j
Tobaccos. oiw «a. can j
W.J. Welch
DRAYING AND
FREIOHTINQ
I make n specialty of unloading
cars and iiiiii inj; pianos.
Prices to suit you. *
Old shoes made new.   All kinds
of repairing,   (live me a call.
Coal Notice
tlmt I'llUf.     Illl| ,-,,-s llml lli-rliv I'"    nmh    ""     K"*M>    ''"'"P1"**
' ' |iiiu*ly mines, lull   fuilotl  lo  i-enoli
iln
In lhe sn
llllllel- the intlllel til'  lil|lll)l'   Usui
iiiilet-eiil liili*illn-.'i' ill Slewnrl's
lintel lusl Kriiln, evenine. mul llio
lnttei-nltiiekeil lliul.v witli u |iioee
ttl'leittl |ti|ie. inllieliiux misty liniises
(Ivor Ill's heml nml unu. I'liief Mr-
Mullen served u summons oji Stew-
lll-t llllll he wus up hel't.re   Sl i|n-llil-[ Sal lirtln.v.       Messrs.    I'.riulil
illl-,- Mn-iislrilte l-'urhesiill Wellnes.,'|'r,,„  rellinillill*.'illtlelillilely.
liny, witli Mi-. Hiuvey, of furl
Steele (lel't-niliui: him. ll wns t-itn-
lellllisl ill the llofelise Hint the 110-
ellsisl wus just i (it'll ill llsilie liiilelll-e
iimler siu-li |ii'iiviieutit)ii im, (lie
miiiristi-iilo tliouf-hl ilttl'ei-enllv uml
illl|mseil ll line of $50,
Messrs.   A.   S.   Turn.  Il.iviiliin
nml   liH-j-lit,   ,.)   Wis. sili.  liuve
lieen   li'iikiite   over   their i-riuinil
|u*e|mt-iti:i for  tin-   summer   wurk.
Mr.    liiivnl etiirm-tl   lioine  mi
I
(ill-. Tin-is lins Ill-el    lhe   siek
list I'm- sitine lime.
Timber Notice
Coal Notice
Nnlii'i-is |:<.|t-I..V  Kivi'll   llllll   I,   li ttt-l-
litinsl > ii.I llilrly |.'iu)iltiy.ii!ii'i-thin, in
l|.|il*  tn lls'ilsslsliint  I'liiiniiisHiiilli't'nl liiluls
ii.tl u-tn-ka fnr I Iiii ilsttii-t nml ilia uliiaf u-
i.issi  i.i Intnl. nn,I iiin-ks nf Mil' |.rnvil	
if lliiil.li rmiiiiiliiii Iur ii lii-i-iiM-lti|iriis|its*l
<ll  I'lllll    llllil    I*. Illill-lltl)    lll'.lll  Illl' lumis l-IISl
1   Iln-   Ilmlii-inl   t-ivir ill  Ilu- s..iillt.'iisii.iti
"'|i H'l   III  Ilu'  lirOViU I  llritisli I'nlitluli-,i
I'u- ! ili-M-illi,-il ns Inlimis:   I'i min ng nl it |iral
III   suiitliiiisl   i-ni'lit-l-    Itiitllittl   "llsi-nr
Iiiimi. mi il.i-Si   ,|i,.|i|i'i tri-ck, tlii-nt-.  lllll I W hit,.'*, .nui In-iisl   iii.r|iisl," llit'iii-i. su
llioinsolves with the   I'uiteil   Mine1. ..nal,! m li    iroiK^^^^
.    .,.,.     i     - ,i .,      ...      . , -^"   ,11.Illi      ,,1-t,    IH,'UH*   rt\t   ,111,111,*-   h,.lllll   |o
""" l,",,lpl"1*'. ' » 'tll"IIH <*M|nW| ntiiiniiiii'iniiiioiii,  I .■ IniiiiriHn
'I I.i ii .1 ns n'li.f.hiv 1 llilrii'l |nnp|il,V  h
HinUliMi i-Hiiiii-riif l.iui In nml tt'urt
. ,       , I tor tin -nil lim.--tu .ni  i) ml  tjp inui.i
I he miners  union of the   Crows  iiuili.-rli.iiii ilii'folli-.vli.n ili^rrllii-il IiuiiIh ii
' tiintli l-Jiifl Ki»iiluiin,v;
I'liinitii'iii'ingntn |int.l nini-l.nl "II. Pur
nil's i Hi'ilitii'si roriicr (uiul." i Imiliil li-ilii.
)ei,'i.*iuee from The Weslern  l-'eder-! ""■-".'".»•*•*' ""■ '|h»I "Ml. II
..        ., ... | , .....      .rniiiiii.il nliKiit   fuiir imi s iiiii'li »| Cr.iii
li I ioi I i>| Miners auiE hnve alllluited *
Ives wiih lhe   I
Workers of America.
Ni sl PassCeal (eiii| iiiiy'slcollierii .*•
luive recently withdrawn  I heir al-
n. 4. tlinrntt.
Diiiiii'l.Mi'Ki'luiiMii'i.iil.
Coal Notice
Nnii.f is lii'i-i-liv ftivPH Hint  I, Iln'mul,'i-
Mt) I, Inleiiil tliiri.v (:t*»> ittijra tiflor ilnte to
n|i|ii.v tn Hn. iishUiiuii t'Otniiilsnloiier ol IiuiiIh
nml unikh lor lli.'.lihtii.l. mul tlmi'lllitiiim-
iiiIhhI r nl IuiiiIh uml miriti nt Um |irnv-
iin r uf Hill lull L'nl niu lilii fur ii lit'i-iiHi- Id |irim-
inil rm* i'iiiiI mul |> (roll'lllll upon tllfi llllllln
■ nsi ill iln- l-'lutlirnil river ill llio cuiilliniMlciii
tiii-iH'i- nf lli.. iitovil  <il lli-itiuli Culiiinliin,
■li-iiiliiil nn (uliown: rointiii'iirinw: ut u imui
ut tliomiiiilnvi'Al I'linii'imiiiki'ii "S. |>. How
.ll,. ruuiilnvihI 'iniht|iOHt,' llipiirnHII,-tuilim
111*1, !l|.-||ii-MI. llultlH IHir ll.tllflll'l'Slll-llilJllH
Hi*|, Illl'llii-Hl  1-lltllllH   M'llllll 111 Jlimt 1)1 I'lllll
imi'ihrini'iii mi.l L'oiituliiiiiK ..la tirrro.
Iiiiii.l-JTHi .luy nf.Mm*, h, lIMHi.
S. ll. II.mviII, Innilor.
I ,.V. Ilulir. liiHllgi'lil.
Timber Notice
Nulli'i'lri lii'mliyKlvi'iiHit)tlliiiiyttnyHtiHi'i
ihilu f inimid in n|.|>l> i i Ilm i'Iii. I i'.nmi,ih
Minii-riit liiuulfl uiul WniliH fur it s(,,ri;,
Hlt'tlH-ll to mi mul I'.ici'v anny t:fitlei'l* fiiiin
lli'liilliiHiiij,'iIcM-iil„-,l Niii.Ih iii Htltll'j Kiisl
Kuotfiiny,
r.iiiiiiii'iM'in-r nln jiiist iiliiiihil ni in.iHi
(■list iiiiii r nl A. L.'it.li's |it'i'.|<iii|ilinii .Nn
llllll, mul 80 .li litis uurlli nl l.ut :|0 fh'uiip I
Ko.-ili'imy  ilisiiii*, tlii'tmii nest mi I'linliiK,
■ In- ntii-lli lu iliiiiii-i 1...I. 0. Sltilcr'H lim-
lM*r limit. Illi-nn' oiml sn ilmm-*-, th v kiiiiIIi
lOitlmiuH i« ilm iiltH'i' nl licni mil ns, iiitilu'n-
iuji'!I2(I norm inniv or hw.
H> I Um Ulli ilny ol M»y 1 Uf Ml.
n UM.Col.I'MAN.
Timber Notice
.Tak Urn Hint llilrly tlnjH ntler tlul-i t
in'i- iiiu n|ij,tv in ihr (litif I'i iiM -
uf LiiimIhimhI U mi kn nt Viil min f.iin Iln n<|.
lo cut-mul entry tinny limlier from Um lol.
luninit 'li-Hi'iilinl lumis:
I'limmi'iii iiiKtit u I »sl [ilmiii-il iilmiii Ilm,-
luiK'H uliiivc Mm noli lh tori. irfOuMCiwk mul
nliniil tno niilf'HiliMU.  (luiil I'lc'li.  fintn   I'.
Ali-Cntiti-Ii'h runi'li hi'iI post. i» iii: im illi
ui'.-.I irnriii'i* I'liimiiiir HOi'liulriHKoutli, tlii'lin-
Hll   i-liiiitm   i-.isl.    iln-    Nil i-litilllH iiorili,
ilii-mi> Sflt'iiitiiiH to'Ki lu tin' jilitni n( .'um
iiirii.i-nii-iii   i- iiiiiiinim ll-IO tmri-H tudru oi
liw,
Iti 11 hir. Mim Ii,] y of April laii.-l
n Bigiitui, ai.ici; mav iiiitn,
Drink Home Beet
It is Pure
It is Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
Spokane Palls &
Northern R'yCo.
Nelson & Ft. Shcphnrtl R'y Co.,
Red    Miiiiiilain    Railway   Co
Tile mil)' nil rail mult* Imtwcall all
lllilils llltsl, West null Snnlll lo ...
ROSSLAND,
NRLSON „d
Intcrincilialc Points,
Coniiecliiif! nt
SPOKANK Willi Hie
lire.-it Northern, Northern I'ucifii
nnil 0. K. & N. Company.
Cniitii'its nt
Nelson with Steniner lor Kaslo
and  All  Kootenay   Lake  Points,
C, nnccls nt
Myers Palls with -sta-jc Daily for
Republic, and
■ Connects .1i.il v
At    llossluiric   Stage   Dally   Ioi
llrand I'orks and (ireenwiuid.
II. A. J.ICKSIIN, flea. Pill. A|l.
Nonce tn the I'lmii*;
IKIRSli SIIOlilNIi and
liliNI-RAI. III.ACkSMI I HINli
ll-iae aa ,a.rl aoll.-e .1 IIm H.IU Sbaclaf
llrpui tiap«.lk lleary ft l).,le'. Il.cry .lafclc.
Prl.j ttlaur al Territorial Fair, N. W. T..
ua aerie elwea Palral Calllval.r Maker.
Pluwa tU Mltitlaery Kraalr.i PrM-flly.
Hire « a trial
A. QRENIER,
CRANBROOK.
East Kootenay
Bottling Co.
Aerated Waters
Of all kinds..
Syrups, Champagnes, idus,
Ginger Ales, Etc.
Soda water in siphons.   The most
Economical wy to handle it.
J. H. KINO
Physician and Surgeon.
Olllee il Realieicc. Ar-Mlr.il Ave.
OFFICE HOURS:
Fwhc.ii.   •   •   •   •   tilt I. II
AllerawBl   ....   l:Jtl.J:N
E'Hlata   ....    7Jtl. b:J»
CRA,'BROOK,   :   :
r. c
liltf-llr-il
mn
Tlie Herild Cub... 12.00 per Vcnr.
I
I'  ll'   H
1 il.i   1'H', ilivnf M.ir. lOttfl.
li, r.irnill.
Land Notice
Nolii-nin lii'ii-ii.v uivi'ii ilml mIvi.v t1n,vn
ti(ti*rilivtii I idtfinl tniipi ly tn tli»L'hlif I'tnii
mtHxioiirr of l.ninlH nti'l Wni-kN lib Vlrtorin,
for iitTinlwion to |itnvliiwo tlio fol'owlim
iliimriliril lund in Soiitli KiihI Kont-piioy!
Comiiii'iiiiiiji'iit it pf>hI on imrtheinl  ror-
IIITUfK        I'(IV lie.      ]'|-.'-l-HI|l   lOII     llll'lll'l'     lllll III
nliili); wi-Hl tiiilliitlm,v ul block -I".!)>, 70
I'liniim mnn. nr Icm-i toFtiiitli l>oiini|iiry ol Inl
I rill, | lip-nco wt'Mti nil nig rulil lim- -I'i HihIiih
mm ii or Itim lo Tin m. Vtitinn's pii>-i>m|iliun,
llii'iice cntilli TOrlintim to 1). I'imI.-'n i.urtli
limit. Un ni'i> nml -irii-liuiim to |i]iiiihiI Infill
uiiiK iHiiliiiiiin-j; 'Hill ik'i on tn,ue nr li hh,
|)i.ntl'..ili ilnyolMii.v. IDD.'l,
Hilt glt-notl, 1'KA.NK |)|'7,AI,I.
MiiltilitTUiiliiyotMnri'li, Mum.
iiu.-ur tt'liiif, iH.-uii.t*.
i, N. Dully, bli agent
Coal Notice.
No'I I' ir, |||,|-,|,v Kivt.n Uml I, Ihi'tniili'i*-
hIkhi'iI, inli-iiiI Hiirly i;io) .hn*. nlh'i* ilnlr I,,
npply lu Iln- iiHMir-lmu iiifiimiHHoiii'i-or IuiiiIh
uml u<i'k*.fiii'Uii<ilisii-i,.|, mul iiti-.hi.'f i-<iii|.
iiiWiniit>r uf IiuiiIh nml HorliH of Un1 pruvinii.
of Itviliiili Ci.liimliiii for it lirimnnlii (ULripi'i-t
fm* iiiul nn.l '..-li'iili'iim njinil Uu> IiuiiIh un
lln> riiitlii'inl livi'rin flii'HuiilliiJi--ti'tti iiuiii'i'
nf lln> phi vim it uf ltriiir.li 1,'iiliimlil'i ili'M-ril ii'il
ni« IiiIIowh; I'omini'iH'iriK nt u pout ul Ihc
Huiiilii'tiHi   corner iiiurlii-il "Hnin- \Vliii.-n
Miiiih.-iiM   i-ui'iicr   pi^l,"   llii'ini- Sll i-Ji:■ his
mn lli. Uicnt'i'NUi-luiiiiH wcHr^lit'iii'cSllclitiiiiH
HI lllll. iht'lMCMI   Cllll-IIH  I'llHl iu pout nf rum-
mi'iirt ii I mul iin.lni':iii« (till ni'liw,
I'l.l.it .Ml, ,Iji.'nf Mi.lvli. I'.m: I
' Drtire VM.ih', l.iiiilor.
i. N. Dally, his ogonl
TICKETS
TO AND FROM ALL
POINTS EAST
VIA
Great
Northern
Railway
SHORT   LINE
St. Paul, Ihiliiih. Minneapolis,
Chicago ami points cast
hlll'llllL'll I'lll.li-I* llllll  lliutl.t S|,.-,|„.,*H
iiiniiiiiiiiii nmi,-i KintiiiiiiK Llirniy ,;nra;
OAILV TRAINS:  FAST TIME:   SERVICE
AND SCI-NERV INI-gUALLED
i* li"!ii'!t'r liJilrJi*.'"* '""' '"' ■"""""■.'""
tl. T. I-ANDHCK, Airent,
linteway.
A. II. C. DENNIST0N,
II. W. I'. A., Seattle, Wash.
Wood!
I have good wood of all lengths.
Leave orders at Townsite oflice receive prompt attention.
Richard Stewart
Henry Parker,
DRAYING AND
FREIGHTING
If you want your hauling
done promptly and right, give
me a call.
9 9
CROWS NI-ST LIMI: CO.'S
Hlelrxwi llw.tr H. S. Pllllllir
LIME F0K SALE
Car Lot. or Small Uua.itltle.
Agents fur Hast Kootenay
0RAHAM& ROBERT I.OVE
Plasterers, Bricklayers
and Stonemasons....
HEADQUARTERS, CRANBROOK, B. C.   j
Sec I,ove nlioul planning ynllr
house,    ll we cm'l convince you  \
tn liave It plastrrrtl, well, "I, »e'a
labor is lnul."
■t^-^<li iiii:   riiAMiiitinK   IIKHALI)
•l-t.r^.J-SS^-'S'-****-Mr—A—** *S*-*-*S*--.
Comfort Hose
...I-or...
Ladies and Gentlemen
.siery fur suiiimer won
i tii* snnilnry wool sol
liiltntld roluru, pri.
COMFORT HOSE
-CiV-rt.  t*^~{*^-ti~\-(&- f.^-<H~*&-*•>-uTt-f*
MAKE MONEY
BY BUYING A SURE THING
THE STOCK OF THE
Sti Eugene
Mountain
Mines, Ltd.
Its properly 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 vi-ill increase in value.
"To make money in mining buy good stock low
and sell on the rise.
Beale, Hutchison & Elwell
Cranbrook Agents.
Get that Spring Suit
Leask & Henderson's
The ffooJd will suit ynu
Thc cut will suit you
The making will suit ynu
The price wiil suit ynu
MSISilxlIE(IEBES^ffl6BK3lloMS@m™
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1 Cosmopolitan Hotel f
i$ Cranbrook, B. C. *
Centrally situ-ited.   Every modem convenience.
Bright ami well lighted sample rooms,
|    30 feet long.
* Silting and   reading room reserved if
^    exclusively for   commercials and
their friends.
Spacious .ind newly furnished bedrooms.
$ Best Appointed dining room in the district. s
*% Tlu- cuisine -nui bar noted lor quality and variety. ^
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A. I . McDerniot A. C. Bowneu w,
MeDERMOT CO. BOWNESS. ♦
VVIu.I.-m.Ii-   Wini-   nnd    Spirit  Merchants
S,Mli> llnr       | I he Highest Brands I The l.aric.1 lit
<-__*. I 'trull liter        I „, CCOTCH nnd ' b""  *»»arnacBi
_\ III., lie idwh   whi«IM t DttrtilU
* intiinu- * Slum    i IK,MI    WIIISKIB8 [Umm
* A complete slock nf Clgaro, consisting ol the
* "I'hnrnoh," .'LnFortiina," "Irving," "Bar-
«£>             rlstei," "Monument," "Hilda" and others.
'Ji Moil Orders Promptly Attended to. Telephone 17
J Write lor Prices.                               CRANBROOK, ll. C.
_j                Agents f«r I. l.chel & Co., Hay and drain.
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THE OUTLOOK FOR
THE NEW TOWN OF
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I MORRISSEY  MINES 1
GROWS BRIGHTER DAY BY DAY
KOOTENAY   VALLEYS   COMPANY
LONDON,  ENG. Unite.
I his company otters lor sale several parcels uf the choicest
PARHINO, (ikAZINli and TIMBER LANDS in the Valley ol
the Kootenay. „•* Adjacent to RAIL and WATER TRANSPORTATION.   .-«   (iood Local Markets,   ji   Easy Terms.
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The heavy sales on May 1st were the result ol a growing conviction in the public
mind thai the new lown oilers the salest investment in this section. ,**• MORE
HANDS ARE BEING PUT ON in the mines and on coke oven construction,
and the inevitable result will be the building ol a most prosperous town at MORRISSEY MINES.   .-»    Come and look over the ground, quit paying rent and build
A HOME OF YOUR OWN
THOS. CRAHAN, Agent,
Morrissey Mines,       *jt       British Columbia.
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,,   For All Particulars aud Information Apply to
j:     T. G. PROCTOR, rianager,
• { V. IIVIli: BAKER, Cranbrook A-jenl.
NELSON, li. C. ii
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LOCAL NOTES
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Pitted Up About Ihc Cily  by Asking;
t'wslloaa ol Many People.
Price uf Metals.
I Inn, Mny 1 ss - I.,, I I* 11 ,.-,,.
III.. I ml, ll,<
Next Snu.liiy
j (Jiii-cn's liii-llnl.'i
Tin- Iniliuti I.
Ill i-rolmlily »
n Doininiun ill
mil ul ilu
lo N'.'Uin
v.
'Illi.  liiu
• Mission
i In  I'liiy
Mr. Oil
tli'|iai*tnii*i
is iu town
. inspector lit tin. cxeise
i for llrilisli Ciiliiuiliiu.
Vurk, M
I In I.',: i.
,i- -,i ;>
Dtui'i fur*;.*! liiu iiiiiiiilii'l allow
Monilay uiglil,
111*, t'urutin.
town 'riiuitiiluv
nf  Pi
I'llll'.    WUb    III
Hum*
in town
Wnnl.
ill 'I'ut'l
.1' Mu
tiivt- Ilu- t-i-ll-llli-li II lli|» In
llii-ir iiiiiiKli'i-l show M.hi.In.
Dr.   Hlll'vlo
froni  liis   trip
IlllltlV.
l'l'tiiriiis! Stitimltiy
iit tin- Oknniiii-iin
I'liiirlei
Suliinl.-iy
Foil Sli-t
tiutniere   wn
Hi-   is   UOW
in town
lllll,sl   ul
A Inn;,*
l'tlllllfl 111,'
Inst week.
I«u*ii.iu  nf llio I't'iifi.
I'nil* L'l'iniuils lilt-w iloU'll
Fort
siloii
luy oil
.1   i>,-.r.
K. .1. Hii{liyu, of Morrissey,
liuvii Sulunluy mi his wuy lit
un ItonniTs Ferry.
St-nutiir lvit
I-'.   K.   KiiiK   vlalteil
uevi'iiil ilnys lliis week
ul his
sun Dr
Nelson
.Mr. Huyes. of Ilu
lins Ihs-u iu lown lli
Ilu- iuti-i-t-sl .if liis |
Nelson New*.,
pnst week  iu
i|ii-r.
The liriinlii-ook liruni-h of the
labor nnloii liuu ivutinl ilu- I.O.O,
F. Iiull for their lllt-i'tings, Tlu
Imljrr iiieels every Sntunhiy nil-lit
The WntkiliB Mills iiuieerl lust
S.-itui-ihiy n|-r)i| was nu ui-tislit* site-
cess, uutl wus well ulti-iitlt-tl. Mr.
Mills hus ii ninguiflt'cut voiee of
extnioiiliuery rnn-re, mul every
lilllllltor wus i-iifoi-tl until he wus
' nearly oshiiusteil, His coiupiiuinii
| Mr. I'firlovil/. is :i iiiuiieinu of rut*,,
uliilily. uml his work on the piano
unit with lh.- eiilhusiu-tlit- iippmvul
of Ilie nutlieni't'.
■ lie:
There hnv.. Iioou a [.lit.* II lunula*!*
I simile trees mul shrubbery plnut-
il by  iliffi'l'enl ri'siilents   of I'mii-
1 liriHik   iliii'iii*-   tin-    past    week.
i('rniibroiik lins reiisou to lie protul
of her homes, uiul  within  two of
Ruv, Heneluiin. of Christ t-hiii-i-h , three   years    more.      "Beautiful
hus Ik'oii ut tlie cutist for the pust.t'i-iiiilu'tKik" will  merit  her repu-
wt-ek ntteuilill|_' 11 t-oilfel-ellt-e of liis  tlltioll IIS till. home  city   of  Soutll
ul    enjoying   u   brief j Kust Kootenay,
liiiri'h
-iii-nti.il
ihoiinlulililiil
Hock   rooster.
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nll.'iiil
When you visit Cranbrook stop at Ihe
ROYAL HOTEL
None Better III the District
Rates Si and up.   Short Orders and Oysters
served in any style Irom 8 p. ni. to 6 a. m.
The table is the best, the rooms are unsurpassed Ior clean- W
liness and comfort and the bar is .lupplied with the best brands Q'
ol liquors and cigars. (% .
L. B. VANDECAR, Prop.        Hi
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Lots of lun .-il llii' niinsliv!
ibow Mowiiiy nii,rlit. Tirki-ls. 7*k*.
iOf. mn) -'*■.
I). MrNi'ish nnd wif...
Sti'i'li-. won' ('niulirmik
l.-ist Thnrwlny,
Hurry Knirlicltl i«Hik n
Inst w.'«'k nml wonl tn Ki
Alhi'rt.i. fui- .*i (rip.
.1. II. Mi'Miillii,.,!ii,'l niiisitilili
fnr lliis ilislriil. wns in lown Hon*
il.-iy nu iillii-iiil Inisiih-ss.
Km* S;,l,' Out'
Bnrml riyin.util
Appl> tn Knil Aii\;.,*li.'.
■I. Ky.-.i. ,-in.l T. \V.'lliii,*.u
in un I'ust in ,*i tVw ilnys in
sutiu' hT llii- liiu rnrc hum-tings,
\. M.L.Ciiinin ,'uiit littli'il.-iuirli-
tor wow* 1,'iu'sts nt tlie C'lunbrook
iiih'l s.'vi'tiil ilnys Inst wook.
If tin1 hot  wonthor follows ihis
no] snnp witli n rush, thoro wilt ,»>'
II kimls of liiij.li wnti'i* nlong tltr
Crow.
An lin|Hii;il Dnv PiDgmillllio of
son-ij; Mill Ih* ^ivoi) in tin* Molhoilist
i-hiii'i'li iii'Xt Suntluy  nt   l\ o'clock.'
Kvc-n'Inuiy is coiili.-illv invitnl.
Knrniltiri' mid furnishiii^s of
lloiiii'slcnil 1 um nil n*ti house fui'stile.
iiIho one Ailniii Hull rnngi'.
Mrs. P. NVviii.
Clmrtcs Klinu'insiiiitli. of I'Yruii-.
wnti in town Tui'silny. Chnrlcy is
nu nlil tinier iu this district nixt
lins n host of frientls iu ('rnnlmiok.
Wi T. Heiil is in Vidorin this
week ntteiiilitiLC the Melhoilisl cou-
foroiU'H ns n Iny ilcle^ntc mul Ink*
inj.:' n very tiiucli ncetlttl vncntioii.
Hurry Pnltersoii snys tlmt Mr.
Chnpmuii. n former dispntclier in
Crnnbrook, but now stationed nt
Brmuloii, isiloin^ well mid fooling
good.
N.C. McKintitry. nf Mnrysvillc.
left for the Kduionton country on
Wcdncsdny with a ear of horses
which he secured iu the Windermere country.
The  piveriiiiient   hi
Viist trncts of lund  ou   the
Const   for   n   pulp   coin p.*
would In- inleiestiliM* Iti   kl
personnel of tltnt conipnny,
lleiid.'I'soii.   of
-hunt's Henderson, of Leask &\
lleiitlei'son. received n table Eroill |
liis wife who is in (Glasgow, to'
cotne nt tmce mid he left Inst evening.    He tenrs tlmt she is set-jouslv
ill.
Hiirrv Pnltersoii returned from
Brandon l.-isl Tuesday for n few
dnys visit with CranbltKik trieinls.
lie will loc-ile permanently in
Brandon as operator lor a commission company.
|     Messrs. McKim und Smith linve
reserved.} located nt Black Fiilris, n town l>e-
Pneifie tweon Edmonton aud Calgary, nnd
any.   Tt 'nn*- putting up a two story shire
the j building mul   ex|>cct   to OlX'll   for
j business   iu   u   few  days.    Mrs.
| | McKim will join her husbnnd in u
few weeks.    Mrs. Smith   left   yes-
teiihiy for- Kciub'ick. Tdulio, to visit
her sister. Mrs. Keep.
Some steps should   he
prevent the slaughter of
tnken to
trout by
dynamite this season. There was
considerable of thut work lust
year mut none of the guilty parties
were punished,
Messrs. Armstrong, Smith. Dun-
hiii*. Xelson nnd Goldie, 1111(1
Mesdniui's Armstrong and Nelson,
Misses Wntsou and Uniley. came
over from Fori Steele Saturday to
attend tbe Watkins- Mills concert.
Mr. .lollitre has purchased Mr.
Maycock's interest iu the meat
mark mul hereafter the linn will
he known ns Harris tV: JolitVe.
They have also combined with the
market the fowl nnd produce business.
N. Hanson wns iu town Tuesday
nnd left Wednesday for Morrissey
Mines where he is building u large
hold. He will leave the latter
part of the week for Toronto to
purchase u complete outfit of furni-
luii' nnd linens for lhe  new hotel
The lacrosse lx>ys ure doing sonn
warm   practice   work   these days.
dly handicap*
f two or three
if the good players during tlie past
two weeks, but still there is excellent timber left, nnd the linys
by hard work uud proper encouragement, will lie able to make a
Hue showing.
Joseph Dobbs. tlie gonial gentlemen who lins looki-d lifter luggnge
of guests nt the Crnnbrook  hotel
the jmst two yours, left Sunday for
u trip to the const.      Joe  will  In*
Angus Leitch was tnken ill lust   missed by the pntrons of the iiousc
week nnd for awhile was tlu-eat-  for be   was   always accomodating
ened  with piieumonin.   He escup-' and prompt in his work.
ed. however, nnd is now  lllwilt   i"e-
l ,
covert k1.
Barred Plymouth Kocks exclusively for live years, eggs $1,50 for
lit fmm fowls not related. No
niofe fowls for sale. *
Tlie local team is Im
ped by the removal t
Railway Minstrels.
Next Monday night the local
lodge of the Carmen of America
will give a minstrel show nt Wentworth hull. Tbe lxiys linve l>eeii
practicing for many weeks, und ns
I here is u vast amount of talent in
the bunch, the jieople of Crnnbrook
have reason to expect a good entertain uiMit. This is the first time
nny of the railway organizations
huvc given a public entertainment,
und the least that the people of
Crnnbrook can do. is to give them
a rousing house. There will lie
good music, catchy songs nnd fun
galore. The plan of seats muy Im?
found ut lleuttie's drug store, Be
sure und get a ticket. Prices. 75c.
50c, and line.
A New Firm.
Last week negotiations wore
completed by which C. Koss Pal-
mer retires from the insurance uud
general agents tiriu of Palinor &
Arnold, uud is succeeded by T. M.
Roberts,   the   present   iMKikkeejier
for the  Electric company.    The
now firm will continue iu business
ut the same place und will leave
nothing undone to look alter their
present business uml increase it.
wherever prompt attention and
good service will do it. The Herald
wishes the new conbiuation every
success.
Snowbound In Miy.
Last Monday the passenger train
bound west wns stalled iu a snow
drift just eust of Macleod. nnd held
there until the rotary was sent
from Macleod, nnd dug it out. Two
cars of entile were frozen to dentil
in the yard ut Lethbridge, nnd
train service generally wns knocked out. Tlmt is ii tough rt'iiort on
the'Italian climate of the Territories on the 18th day of Mny.
' J. K. Demorest. of the Keewutiu
Out.. Enterprise, has lieen in town
this week visiting his brothe
Wi Demorest. Mr. Demorest
lieen in
A Camera is Instructive
and Pleasing   j&   j&
No person sli mlil live In * con»in I kr Ulis tOirre
ro iii.iiiv lieautiMil tireot-M mr |ireieii|ril wlili-m %
cm a era.   If von take ihc picture ynnrsflfii Im** an
mill *'l ft nii'I \nu K*** " ■■■ you want it.   |)rnu
Into Uh I'tmtollice Drug Siore and linve a camera
* In k iv.ill
j Beattie, the Druggist.
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C.
British Columbia aad the Nurlhwesf Ter-
rltorlei.
Wn Iiiivi- ii luru*. ipiniitilj- of
u-j;i'ii-iilt„i-til. timla-r nml iniiii-riil
IiuiiIh. lisliil villi lis in Britisli
Colnuilnii nnil tin. Northwest Tnr-
Tliost'  intm-stii! wo,i!il
liusi ritori.'H.
iii-ws|»i|«'i* business initio well Ui seu lis Ix-forc trying else-
N. A. .Int-ksiin.
Mnelcod, Alberta,
Oii'tiirid 1'ov some time, null entiit'
mil to I'riiiibiiitik In iiubils- sonic
ol' tlie ozone "f tin' bulimia la-lt.
wliere.
11,-ali*
lliili-liisiiii & Elwell,
Cranbrook, II. I',
(V-8-S ){:3-S-Ji-S-S S; g.-G-*-S--3-tt-S B-S-S-S-S-S B 8 CsCuftJ)
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This gentleman is admiring the
beautiful line of hats which can
only be purchased where all good
dressers get their furnishings, al
the
Ft. Steele Mercantile Co.,imi'e,,
hit** *.-*£-*- 3-^-8-*-j--a-ir*ir*-st^s-8-s--!r*s*-!r-2*-3 usss-to
-s®.
Dont be Afraid
Of a shortage in the food supply in Cranbrook
because of blockade of the railway at Prank,
for we have added to our heavy stock a car of
choice groceries, and are prepared to supply
the wants of any appetite with anything from
(i. B. choclates to a salt codfish.
King flercantile Co.
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Our line is exceedingly replete, comprising staples which are
the standard for excellence ana merit, while the collection of
FANCY SUITINGS
Overcoatings and Trouserings contains many exclusive and con-
lined styles of the best foreign and domestic manufactures and
our entire collection has no equal for complete and varied assortment and stylish designs and colorings.
McSWEYN & GRIFFITH,
The Leading Tailors Cranbrook, B. C.
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THE WENTWORTH
0PKRA
HOUSE IN
C0NNI-CTI0N
A MODERN  HOTEL
IN A MODERN TOWN
ROLLINS & DICKINSON,
Proprietors,
a»HB
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Cranbrook
Hotel 3 3
fluesla Comlort i Specialty
llooJ Stabllni io Connection
Nearest to railioatl autl depot.    Has ai-colnmotla-
linns fur Ilie public uue'inalletl in Crantirook.
Iliil and Cold Halhi.
JAMES RYAN
 Proprietor nn: inwr.i'.ooK   nr.iiAi.i-
lor
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| OBSERVATIONS
*S |*.V  lilt: OI.P MAN (*
**•»■*.*■.asass*as -it.;--- »> i •- ••=■*.
Till 1*1*  is l*lllisil|l*l*.*lllll*  llllk   llls.l
;i Siiiitlny iiinil sfivift* mi tli>.I'mv
Noiluubl llier.' wonlil )«• i-ertui
ii-lvuiiiiiL't*.. ''ii.ii'Vf'1 by sm-li
■.•litiuiri*. bm st. I'm* us we an1 .'"i
ue-nufd, we prefer lo lilive um
only six ilnys ii  rni-k.    We kuo*
tlii'U llml there is u lay we wi
mil (jot ii tlriill.
*.-, & v.-
'I'h,-   Vitii.-.nivi-r   World snyi
•■Tin- Morrlssey Minor Ims  [s.ssi
in the jonrnalistii' iH-yowl.     li
li.-ii*tlt-iiiiii..'!i tor ilu- iiiniiiiv .*ili
iintlfi* iln- lies! nf eireuinstiinees i
iiiaki- ends  ,. bill   whon the
move thi- town iiwii) [rom mul,
him, whnl .-••"I ih'- I"""' "'I'" 'lu*
Tl„.    ilisirifl     nf    Sniilli    Kill
Kqpleiiny .*.'iil.l Ink" .'iii-i' of n  er
l.iiitl nl'  f ,*ili* tl slies.     li....
IrKiklirft, henllliy iiirl*s from ll in
would !«• libit' i" soenre isootl |ms
linns, nntl ninny of ih.-ni --...«I bm
liitntls. C'mulirook hus t-noiii;
liiflu-loi-s In Inke eiire ot hull' n el
loud nny time. The it'irls of ll
eust sliuiilil turn their eyes nu
thoir feel lo the s.tliuy sun of tii
Kooteuiiys iln* Imui of irniil pron
is.1.
U'li.,1 Ims Isieonie "I ilm) Old
Timers' iliiiner Iiiul was to ho iiU'en
nl Furl SteoleY llnvt- yon ullowiil
il tt, puss up llrutlifi-',1,1-111-1-'' An
event of Unit kind would be limely,
uutl would nssisl in reealliu*- enrly
history.
■iii, i.
They tell u nun, I story ou Leroy
S:i-_-i-. tin- proprietor ol' the s mil*
Iiinil) store, r'ur sunn* time ti gtiiut
ut' suiiill nrehius luive Ik-i-u brini*.
in*' in joints uf stove |,11h- fur suit*,
mul reeeiviiij' their eusli. After he
lnul Unit-lil forty ur tifty joints lie
eoiicludetl In. would store tlie lot
ill uu uut Itllilililiu where lit- kept
his stoves iiiul stove pi|ie. Iiuuilitie
bis surprise when lie iliseovi-ivil
llml t*vi*ry joint wns u<»n... lint  tin
uiysteroils sour if supply of  Iln
|ii(M* lit* lint! la'ell   Inlying   wns   ex
plui I.   When In* returned to Ilu
store In- found tlirt-i- little tuts uf
./iris wnitinu fur him. nnd enehinu
lifltl n joint nf pi].* iinilt-i- her nriii,
-Whnt tlitl you tlu'-" wns nski-i!.
"Well," suld 1,1-rtiy. with n uootl
nutunil smili*. -'1 pluyed tin- -.'iiiiii-
mil nml l-uuulil tin- pi|K'."
» « a,
Tho < '11 Mnn hus lieon honored
with mi iiivitnliuu tu Ih* unt' uf tlu
fiiminittei' fitnu llritisli Columbia
In ivt-civi' Prt'siilt'iil UtHisi'Vt-lt tu
the oueiisioii "' his visit In Spukuui
next Tut'silny. We ri'-jivt that
.■iri'iiinsinui' *s wil! prevent us from
ItfiiiL' present, ns we linvt* nu little
admiration fm- tlu- strenuous pri-wi-
iti-iil nf iln- i-epublie south uf ns.
Ami. without n doubt, In- wil
ri'grel tiiut "lit-uiitiful I'ruiilii-ook
is mil represented.
Mr. Bolton,  who  until   i'i nil;
wus i-iupluyeil iu W. K. liuiil's
ulliet- lnul un exjiorienee whicli. tlu
flimiffs nre, In- will never for-rot.
mul doubtless In* wiil retail ii to
liis i-nslern fl'ii-luls wbu mil uf
lailiteui'ss wil! listen attentively
hul "wink tho other eye." However, the yum is tpiite tr,,,'. Mr.
Bolton wns sturliiiiz fnr Kin.Ih-i-1,.-.-
oii horse baek. anil nl lhe lust
imiuieiit discovered that lu- lnul
tifty seven dollars iu his poekot,
utu- tifty. nut* five mul twtt one
dollar bills. Thiiikin", tlmt Ihey
niight wurk mil nf liis i«»-kel. mul
I > iimkt- tin-in iiiiirt. secure In- put
Iht- bills inln u luree i-iivi-Iu-h- mul
placed    this   iu   his   insiili nl
]ht.-k.-t. Arriving nl Kiltlixu'ley 111'
wus soiuewhut dismayitl nl timliny
nu his twenty ni-jlit milt- ride tlu
. i,v.-t,>|h* with its contents hud
slipis.l nut.     St'irtiui! buck, .-uu!
t'lull'llluriliu In ri't-iivi'l* tin* *r|*ou,„l,
lu- found tin- t-nvi-!n|H- minus its
ruutt'iiis.   Then uiviiiL' up nil liu,H-
nf ever r vt-riiiy lh.- money, rode
ban! for C'ranbrook. N'enrin*.'the
Mission he wus hailed by nn fn-
(linn win, was nt wurk in n ptoi,-/h.
it! tit-Id. Not ifiviuii a tlioit-flil In
lhe lust money, llultun rode over
to the Indian who tnriu-d nut tn
la- Knstui-f. well known ns "Bin
Eustace;" an tndinn whose fnce is
Is'iittiinir with jrorxl nature. Kus-
tuce uskt.l llitllnn when* in- hut!
ridden uiul tnlkisl nf sundry things
mi,k.ii.ix nu reference In tin- money.
Meauwliili- tinother Indian cuine
up.   llultun. rnlhei- wondering ut
Kilsl.-n-t- huvin*.' i-ullt.l   him.  i I-
iiit*iit-i-l In ride nil'.   Then KllstlK'c
Guid.    _^VuU    lpi_p.-t.ni     .jlin.XU'tlir't"
Bollou mutwi'nil Hint I"- hud M
un.a >_■*. .l.*M*riliiiiu Ilu* denomiuii-
li I iln* lulls  Insi.  ii|h>ii  whirli
l-jlsln Iiv.il    in,n   liis    |Htt*ki*l.
irodticcd iln* Ilfty-seven ilollnrs
niiiti nml Ii.-uiiIi-iI i.. ils owner.
Ittiiiuii wns vory inueli tistouishi-d,
uiul ii-rruealily snrprisi-d in iln*
lum-niii. lb* unve lilistuce five
Minis, which iln- '-"."I nutui-iil
fellow tlitl nut wiinl I., aci-ept. how.
.\er ll.iliuii iiisisi-1. We venture
t.. sty iiiiii then. nn. a •_'.>.> I mini)
white men. win. could liiirti u
ivholesale lesson from lb.- inneh
l*-s|.isi>il In linn.
RUYINti CHRISTMAS HOODS
R. li. Heatlic Will Have a larger and
Better Slock Ihan Ever.
Ii. I*:. Beattie s|»*ni two days in
Nelson when'he met by up.iuiiit-
repn'seiilutives of twu Inn."' New
Yurk ini|Hii-iinu: lloHSes lu inake bis
tiiiiiunl t'hi'istnius purelinses. Tin-
i-i-pi-i-.sfiilnliv.-s iniiy sncli ll law
lim* uf snlllples llml they select one
i-i-iitrnl point uiul send fnr those
dealers who un- heavy buyers in
llu-ir cliiss uf uuuls. ns il is I'm*
cheaper thun carrying their ninny
trunks fnnn town In .luwu. uiul
there ai-e few places thai have
sample l-ooms llii**-.' I'liou-j-li tu lie.
commodate them. Mr. Boatlio says
Ihut In- bus never seen such a Hue
array uf -roods ns they lit,v«- fur this
war's trade nnd llml nevei'has lu*
lii'ii'_'hl.s<> extensivelylieftm1. Km'
lhe pnsl fiiiir yt-ni-s lit- has i-arrii-il
tin- luiiiest Christiiuis stocks, su
lurtie in fuel lliul pnreluisers cuiue
In I'l-nnbriMik from all over Ilie ilis-
tricl. This year he has Ihii-kIiI a
finer eluss uf uik.Is mul liy ileulinii
with ilu* iin|Kirters direct lie 1ms
iRiuiilil nt prices tlmt will ennble
bim tu murk liis -foods lower thun
ever lH-Eore.
Prest's Photo Co's
Studio
Now Open.
W. P. OURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
I'llANI'.KOOK.    lll-iriSII    COLUMBIA
Canadian Pacific Railway Lands
the Canadian Pacilic Railway Company control a large area of the choicest farming and ranching lands
in the Kootenay District. The prices range Iron, $1.00 lo $5.00 un acre, the latter being for first-class agricultural lands.   These lands are readily accessible by the Crows Nest Pass k'uilway.
To Enter • Lanier Field.
('. Boss Palmer win. Ims nuule
such 11 success nf tlu' ilisill'lllice
liusiitfss. has allriicle.1 Ilu* attention uf Ilu- llliiun^eiiielil uf the
Mulunl liifo of ('lunula, wbu have
titl'ereil bim the uinnnL'einent uf a
district. Tlie offer bus lieen ne-
cepletl am! hcrcnl'lcr Mr. Plllmei-
will Ih- mi the road with Kasl Kootenay and Stuilbern Alberta us his
field, lb' 1ms llinde n li.pntiitiuu
as 11 hustler and a mini who ciin
secure Imsinees frum tin* cbmiuin-i
public. Such men are iu deiuiiud
these .lays, mul  siicc.'ss  is abend
I'm- him.	
"Vic and Dick."
Yestuiilny Oeor-Je llu^nrlli sul-l
his interest in the Wentworth hotel to VicHnllins mul Fruuk Dick-
ensuli. who ussuuusl cuiitrtil last
evening. The Efeinld l-t-ni-els 1 tint
Mr. HtiLiiinrlb bus tlis|Hiseil uf his
interests iu C'niubrook. as he lnul
jllHl lenrittsl lu nppi-ecuite whnt 11
uihmI luwu this is. Yet he inny decide to invest nuuiii in Craiibrook
enterprises. Mr. Rollins bus lieen
the milliliter uf the lintel since Mr.
tliii.'-_.iii'tli l-nii-^lit it. und bas made
u |/i-eul success nf il iu every wuy.
Mr. Dickenson litis lieen in the lini--
lier litisiiu-ss here fur several years
and is very |H>pu1ur. "Vie nnd
Dick" ini-xhl lu miikeii slrouy-leam
unt! The llernltl wishes them ull
kinds of prospcriiy.
Notice.
The public is hereby i„,1 ifi,*,! tlllll
Ihenci'Miints nf the (I. II. Miner
liardware store lirenssiiiiutl tu Merrick Anderson A* l'o.. uud ni-e pny-
lllile lu W. Butts, their iiyent,
(I. II. Miner.
Notice.
Having sold my iitlerest   in tlie
Wentworth   lintel.   1 desire lo annum ihut   nil iiccullnts  line the
hotel under uiy ownership will be
collccti-d by Vie Kollius who will
also puy any bills stmuliu^.
(ienrie lluvlliarlll.
Mav aitll. HHIII,
Stoves it Co..,.
A   -.'I'.-at   "PI" rlanily   to  buy  a
s'.ove, 1 ither lientiun ur cookiiiK.
at ,lu* Miner hiiltlwiirt- stnre.
E((s for Safe.
S. ('.   Brown   l.e*.'luinis  Barred
Plymouth Bucks, pure bred  males
unt related," K-'-'s S2 I'm* 111,   Apply tu li. Sprnule.
The Time ,0 Buy Lamps.
Now is Ibe time iM-cause yo.i cull
buy tlieiii nt   lhe  Miner slur.' fur
less ll St.
Floor Paints at Cost.
They are solliuu; Hum* pninls nt
tin. Miner hunlwnr.' store at eusl.
Now   is  lh,- time   tu  paint   yuur
floors,
MACHINERY
Canadian ami American
Saw Mm Machinery
I'Lanlni Mill Wtchlncr)
Sncli and Dour Mncliiiu-rv
I umber Dry Kilns
Blowers ami IMiatist la us
Sk'iiiii ami tiasalluc Bnilfics
lluisliiiR antl I IvvnliiiK Maclllncr)
Iron WnrkiiiK Mmhincr)
Auiitmaiii Saw lining Machinery
Shurk-y & Dietrich Mill Saws
livcrylhlnx liiu.li Krailc
Write us
J. L. NI-.H.SIIN k CO,
Wiiinlpcii, Man.
J. G. CUMMINGS
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
PORT STEELE
9
'why pay rent when you cm own
a house of your own ior less money?
Seems strange, but its true.
Ring Up 99
for particulars. Money to loan at
low rate of interest and easy terms
of repayment.
Arnold & Roberts,
Agents,
Cranbrook, li. C.
Butter
and Eggs
Fresh niiule Ci-eanu'1-y Butter
I pound bricks  •!-.'.
Fresh niijile ('reninery Butter
II anil -* pimml Iuincs. ..,  -'.)
Fivsli  mude  Dairy Butter. 1
pound  lii-icks  -7.',
Fresh made Dairy llnller in
lulis. tu ill-five  in
(liim-ault-etl  fresh  I3i«js....  21!.
Q. T. Rogers.
UNDER    Nl-W    riANAtil-riliNT
HOTEL
PHAIR
NELSON, II. C.
It. Tompkins, Manager.
Tin* UllllillU   llnlel   uf   111.*   Koot-
eimys.       (iuitil    Snuiplt-    Kumns.
S|iecial Kales lu t'linunercial Mini.
HILL & CO.
Headquarters (or ClolhitiK Uw
MAN AND HOY
Piiwcu Were Never So Low
Terms of Payment
The aggregate amounl ol principal and inl rest, except in Ilie
case of lands under UM an acre, is divided into len instalments as
shown in Ihe tahle below; Ihe first to be paid at Ihc lime of purchase, tne second one year from date of Ihc purchase, the lliiul in
two years and su on.
Thc fallowing lable shows Ihe amounl of Ihc annual instalments
on Inn acres al dillcrent prices under thc above conditions:
I Ml airs at UM per acr. Isl instalment S-W.ij 0 equal intal'ls ol il.SII.IKI
J.M     •• ••               7I.D0 ••              (illlill
J.M     •• ••               UM ••               711.011
1.00      •• ••                  M.SS ••                 MI.IKI
4.50      •• "                I03.M ••                WIKI
5.00     •• ••                I».M ••             11)11.1111
K mberlev IS ",L'h,isiness antl shippi"K point for uu-
J North Star and Sullivan mines.
BEA1. & EI.LWEI.L, Townsite ARenis.
Crillhrook is t,lc -j'v's'onal P°'nl <"*<nc Crows Nest l>ass
' Railway and the commercial centre nf South
East Kootenay.
V.HYDE IMMR.ownsileAi-eiit.
lor further lofornialittn apply lo ageala aa above ar lo
A. TAYLOR, District Land Agent, Nelson, B. C. nr
Lands under S2.50^per acre are sold
on shorter lime.
DISCOUNT FOR CASH
II thc land is paid tor li lull al Ike
lime of purchase, a reduction Iron. Ike
price will be allowed equal lo lea per
cent on Ibe amount paid ia caeca, ol Ike
usual cash instalment.
Interest al si, per ceil will be
charged in over due inslilmenla,
Tin- Company haa also lots lor aale
in Ilie following lown siles in I isl komnia*: Clku. Cranbrook, Huyelle, kilcb.
ener, Crcslon and kimberley.
Thc lerms ol paymeal are oae-lblrd
cash, and Ihc balance in si. aid twelve
months
Kitchener is in Hie center ot the (.real
Iron raiiRe aud the gateway lo Ihe While
Grouse cupper fields.   .1. I. ItURGESS,
lev...site AKcnt.
F. T. GRIFFIN, Land Commissioner, Winnipeg.
A  Business
Proposition
If v.111 dress for business with ally cure, nre
particular how you look,
ROYAL   BRAND
Tailor-Made Clothing
was made for you. Stylish in the hest form—
quality sueh as any man can be glad to associate
with—prices that coiiuueiid them to good business
judgment.
If you want tu be sure of getting this highest
type of custoiii-inaiic, rauly-lo-wear clothing, look for
This label iu the left
breast  pocket.
It is growing move
popular every day with
the good-elotlies-w caring public.
Royal Brand Clothing is custom-tailored in u
wholesale way—made frum the same high-class
fabrics, trimmed with the same serviceable linings
as lhe best niade-to-ordcr, Vou cannot get more in
clothes—it is common to get less.
For aelc by th. B..t Clothier..
Manufacture*! liy It ... smai.i, Si co„ Montreal, l--.11111.lt-u au-1 Makers
latin ,.t, Tullor-Matle CIdIIiIiiu, Keat1y.|o-Wear.
Sold by W. T. Reid & Co.
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Markets
in all the
I P. Burns & Co
I    r,
jf3 Principal
*
Whaleiale and Ret-all
Towns in
British
Columbia.
% Meat Merchants
^   Fresh and Cured Meats Frtsh
O       Fish, Game and Poultry.
*_? i,»i»
a Wc supply only I la- best.   Vour
7 trade is solicited.
■B1BBHHH
«>v*
LUMBER
Robinson-AlcKcnzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
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1 M. McINNIS, I
g Dealer in fe3
1 ALL KINDS OF HEAT 1
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(tj Poultry, Fish and Oysters in Season.
B   NEXT DCX)R TO POSTOFFICE
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kinds OI
Rough and Dressed Lumber
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* MORRISSEY, B. C.
Advertising is the thing that
tells people that you are not
dead.
THE
AUSTRALIAN
HOTEL
is still in the same place.
THR up-to-date hotel of the
district.
AUSTRALIAN   HOTEL,
% Morrissey, B. C,
1 H. 1.. STEPHENS, Proprietor.
S%'%^%-%-W%^-^^^
Surveys „,	
Land Purchases,
Pre-Emptions,
Mining Claims,
Etc., made by contract,
TH08. T. IttcVITTIE, P.L.S.
P. 0. Pari Steele, 0. C.
BRICK
We have .1 slock ol
Common Brick,
Pressed Brick,
Eire Brick
and Tile
Those wanting chimneys, fire
places, boilers lined, or any job
work in thc brick line call on
Geo. R. Taylor
JAMES QREER
Contractor
and Builder >
til work f-u.ra.lcti.   See il Ware
you t>u!l-t.   ll will iiy ysa.
Cranbrook, It t
Cranbrook
Livery 3
GEARY& DOYLE
Proprietors * j* j*
CHARi.ns l». CAMPBELL,
Undertaking And
Embalming
Qrnrlttnte pfChnmpion cnlh'ue of   V. S
OlTice ami store, Aiken block,
lit'itr Calindintl Bunk nf Coiu-
tncrre, Crauhrook, il. C,
Upholaterlnx and (icncral Furniture Kepilrlng
Will nlteml to nny work iu the tlistrict
Agent fur the Itrnndim Marhle and liranllr
WuikJ.   td.iibilij'j.'.i,  IlijiliioueJ etc.
Team* ami tlrivera fiirnlahetl for any
point in tlie tlisiik'l.
HARKYFAIKFIEI.I)
Mana-fcr   J*   J*   J*
Timber Notice
No I In* in lit-ri'lv (jlvon Dial III) ilay* k(t**i*
iliilf I itili'iul lo u|i|il.v lo Itiu I'liiel Coiiiiui*!-
hiinn'r nl l.'iiiilr. tiii.i works lor iwrmiMtnii i.i
■ ni and oar vanity liiuln-r tiuiti ilm fciliow*
iliK iliwrlliril latitlh:
UlliinliHl Iii theiltmlrVl of Km.1 Koolenay
i'i>tiinii.|ii-inixni ii pout iilantril itlioiit on*
milt-.i I'd mil oiii' luitl mile uorlli olllii-rmulli
ivi-i-i ifirnnr nl Lot :i-':l theiii'H north 4U
i-littiiiH tlifiiii'winl Hio I'linlnn Hii'iir.' funtli
40t'lmliiH ihi'iPiiinHt Uiu i-ltnlnH f onliiitiiutf
1110 iii-iiM inoiv or Im*.
Hi I IhlH '-iOlli il.-v nl Mm. If 10011.
RlKlietl, II. It. I iitlt-rtoa
li hy hun Hujet-, A_v t.

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