BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Cranbrook Herald Jan 21, 1904

Item Metadata

Download

Media
cranherald-1.0068169.pdf
Metadata
JSON: cranherald-1.0068169.json
JSON-LD: cranherald-1.0068169-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): cranherald-1.0068169-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: cranherald-1.0068169-rdf.json
Turtle: cranherald-1.0068169-turtle.txt
N-Triples: cranherald-1.0068169-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: cranherald-1.0068169-source.json
Full Text
cranherald-1.0068169-fulltext.txt
Citation
cranherald-1.0068169.ris

Full Text

Array 6>
rw
W)OK HERALD.
VOLUME  ii
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA,.THUESDAY,  .lAM'AHV   81,   1004.
NUMBEB   J 3
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Hoail Office, Toronto.
r.Clnn.A i'.»v. I'u-,i,i,-i.t. B. It. Wai.kuk.Ocii Mnn
I'lll |i,i   Capil.il    ...
kt-l
'mil  Kc
!s.;i,ii,.ii:iiilii
J ii, ii nmi Illl
8.1.111111.111.1 Illl
..Nur. .11. 'IU
Deposits Received,   lic-iic-ral llankiiiK Business Transacted
StVIN'iS IIINk nil'Milium   lli-nnslli W-r.cln.-il   lllcroll Allnweil.
I'UliSI-NI RATB OP INTEREST I'llUlili PBRCBNT
llANKINll 11*1   Mill.   I'.-| il* mnv I..-iiiii.l.-nnil i.illi.li-niin I.v iin.il.
nm nl in i ii .,.iiiii- I'ivi- every iiil.-iili.iii.  (' um 'iiinni- ml. In---i-l
In I 111' 111 in i-i'i nl lln- I'l.Ililili ml, Innili'li lllll ri-i'i-ili- |'litlli|i| nlti-llliiui.
CRANIWOOk branch. 1-'. C MALPAS, Manager.
f OBSERVATIONS   '
UV TIIK nl.li m \\ ■-
' ■ i -   i     i i .   i  i i    i -  i 4 * it' '
The --iiiiiii- ul' n newspaper hns
im sinecure I.i nny ineniis. Ji ilm
Iiuui.tun. nl  u  liautjucl  given  lu
visiting   - i-i-ri.ilivis   in   Nelsnn
mil long ago, in un address, stated
Mint ilniiii-.: many  years  residence
ill  Nelsnn  he    lnul    slid    I'.l.lllil I.IK i I
MUtfDEKAl JAFFRAY,
,,ll.Hli»liHi(iil|l1imUiH,ilHlii!H.iHii»,
f      MPERIAL BANK OF CANADA      t
Z Cipit.ll, Paid Up                $2,183,8'**,                       S
5 Rest                                  $2,<-3b,3l2                      *
J HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO, ONTARIO.              J
5 T. R. Merrltt, Pres.   D. R. Wilkic, Vice Prus-and Ceni M.injsi*r £
Z CRANHROOK BRANCH S
I SAVINGS   DI3PARTMBNT-r,;S1^w,:l, f
J A general bunking business transacted.    Drafts sold availa- *
•» ble in every part ol Canada, United States and Europe.    Special ,-,
Z attention to collections. F. H. MARSH, Manager.      *
\,i,fn;i,.ttnif,fitm*unitiifHMttnnfiHtt.^
4 .****** *************i******* *********************, x
iii **************************************************
** _  **
IIMUST BE S0LD.1
Every pair of Shoes in stock «;'»
mmt be sold to make room (or «'{
NEW GOODS     f|
 —    h
We have bought the largest and *'.»
best line of SJ
SHOES
ever brought lo Cranbrook, and ,1
to make room for them will sell J J
our shoes in stock at greatly j ►
REDUCED PRICES    8
$5.00 Shoes now $3.50. $3.50 j t
Shoes now $2.25, and sweeping .»
reductions on all winter goods,     J J
I FORTSTEELE MERCANTILE COHPANY, Lid it
j* Ensl  Kmilenny's dig M.iil tinier II,mo,,. *j »
*-i**««*»* *>...,«....«***., ***************************
**************************t*%**************** *******
.    .;.    M 1 i .     .     .
.    .    ...,;.     ...
in,,.I   wonls  for  el-' |..*"|il**, and
written   untold   coll is   I'm' the
good of ilm town nnd ilialrict.
Vet. during ilmi iinn- In- had occasionally snid li\e ur leu Words of nil
luicumplitneiilary nature nboul iu.
tlividllnls. nml lie found nut Ihut
lhe live ur ten Words were   ivuietn-
l.i-1-.-il. while iln- millions ul' g 1
words were forgotten, Summing
up tin* -lilnnlinii Houston snid thai
uny iiiiiii of Intelligence nnd energy
who remained in tin- newspaper
lnisiness iu thin country wus till
kinds of ii liliiiikety-lilank fool.
There is ii gootl tli'iil iii Hint pro-
linsitiiiii. Wi* have a ens - in point.
(In inure than one occasion wc
have favored sunn- individual by
printing nn nrticlo of fnr more interest to liim llnm to Tin- Hernld
renders, nud when we draw the
line on nny etl'iision. invnriiilily we
linve been told liuil we knew nolli-
ing niniil business, nnd were u
detri it to the community.    S..
llr. (Iillier Shoot! a   bu Named Hajtf
iu n llnuili n llrjul.
Ur. Uillier, proprietor ..I' the
-I..ilm-. house ui .1.liim-.. *.li.,i nml
killed u iiiiiii nnnicd Mngi-e lust
Sniurd.-ii night, nml ii. now in juil
nt   Fernie awaiting  tiie   resuil  of
iln-   iii(|iiesl    hi I     in ligation.
Tiiere nre several  rcjjorts  in  cir-
dilution   ns   in how  ilu-  tm.-..I\ ,     . , , ,   .,
....    ,     *       n oaiiK in Inm- possess!, full
 '"""'■   nml   "   la   'bmcitll    to   iesnuil   iiiider  instructions to
sirure m. uccunite report, ns  st  distribute su lo nil creditors, ac-
uf those pivsoul nl   Hi-  linn-  hud   cording to notes uiul drafts tlm*.
THE STRUGGLE TOO GREAT
A  $30,000 SACRIFICE!
GENUINE SLUMP IN THE BIGGEST STOCK
A CRANBROOK MERCHANT UP AGAINST THE REAL THINQ
ii'irli't*  has  tiis  vanity
j BEALE & ELWELL
it
u
ll
REAL E^eTE AGETNS
|| Arc  now  diM0^ ,fpfjac exceptiondlly •'•
(•1 .i <M|^ • •*■
*ji good bargains lrt^hottsi* property in the •■■
rep
T\ best portion of Ctunbroook. --.*
«! 41 (. ..
I...'
PRICES WILL RISE
in the spring, so now is thc time to s(e it
<• •' what we have for sale. ],'
It SOI I III AFRICAN SCRIP WANTED
11   ...      . ■ '
S||].;.''. ■'. .  . .'. . . .'  . . ..  .  ■'■ ■
Ui.)
u
M
i)k
. . ■ : |.i|.i.
.....
GBG :GG:( H 0".O< X-.'GiBBOBCBi BGCQB
0     ®      YOUR WATCH   ®
li, n   delieule   piece   ..I   lll.-elinlliniil      II   il »
lieetls I'epuirillg leuve il Willi me,   I'll e|l; r *•*
il',I -e von n   lirslclnsn  |,ill. uml lln-i-hur: en O
will I e itUKl.-r.-il.-.    II' lhe work is mil Ilu r- ©
uligldy slilisl'llelnrv   mil eun   hllle   Vill   I! B
MONEY BACK. K
WILSON, THE JEWELER    B
iM@BBBMB9.@9BBBBB@&BBQ&£ @&.!).
Hut s'liiietiiues thnt is n hard uuiltcr. On,
To be rt linlile one must be on time. W'e
liuve A LA HM CL( IC-KB thnl niv gr,iir-
niitci-d.    Youinn't. be Into with f „,
lliein.     They will pull yiu out of I id. %
but yon will hnve to pul on your clothes, ™L
Tl It cku wnn'l do (lint, !jf
iatf.Gate,3ewelci: |
ofttcini WHntcb f nspectet o. p. i?„ urowi-j West Division   *S5
WSkUi
tickled, or Ids sellish interests pro.
Ill itell by II news|ill|li-r. lhe editor
is Illl riglit,   luit   let   thai   lll'lll   lie
balked tin- very leusl in his desires
In* tin* i lews] in per. and lo. n cluing!;
i- inn's over th ■ s-ene. und lh • pul
good works of the editor is forgot-
len. tuul Itolllillg is Inn menu or
In"   i Ii'lll|ililile   fu   iln   neninst
llilll.
W'e know mon in this dislricj
wlm coiideiuii us for vnriotis thines
wlm imagine thai when dentil
ends nil, they will In- silting un
lln- righl ..I' lhe throne, wiih n
ll.-ilo uver Iheir lii'.-nl nml n hnrp in
tlu-ir luind will] ■ *.ve will he
shoveling coal for Old Nick in
hndes.    Ami   yet,  if we  priuteil
ulini ue   kllOW   ul'   snnie   ol'   lliuse
chnps, mil* big press couldti'l print
|ii|i.'i's insl enough In supply lli *
demand otn curious public.
lint; -iu'Ii is lire iu clip m-ws-
pn|K'i- business. It lins iis un-
ji .ii-niil h nlui-i's. nml ils plcasillll
nm'-, uml ue try tu onjoy iln- Int.
tm- mul forget tin- former. W'e
ifinkc iriemls. uml we make enemies, bill many of mu- friends niv
true ones, and one good friend is
mt olfsel tu ii down, weiik-klieed.
i-iirpingi critical euemies.
i. .. ii
llnw lire thnse resnllll inns?
There nre n   lul   ..I'   pie   iu
:  'rnnbrook   w'l u* S ■ ,■ -h n itece,
daiils cauiiol l.e trnci-d buck fur
, lln i' llinu lh" lulielon n   bottle of
Dewnr,
W',- know .uu- iiiiiii iu Cranbrook
\, Im swore ..IV Binokiiig, mul ii nns
nil din-In u box of cigars given in
liim liy his wife tm Ch list inns.
i.V ,v iv
I'mi'iils „! Id le i-||-.-llil m,|   In
I'lu-'uiruue their children in nny
illilii'iilliesllu-v muv hnve in school.
The su ssoi' n lonelier depends
upon his l-i'lntion   will)   the   pupil,
mul ilmi can be grently pttJinoti-d
liv lhe I'li-npernliiiii nf Ilu- pnienl,
Crmibrook wnntB gooil schools nud
ell't-etive work, uml if the ie.ll'her
nn.l Ilu* pupil Inlinr hnl'iiiuiiiuuslv.
it can be secured.
»'( 4, -.'1
The Fernie l-'ree Press is six
years.old, and is deserving of lite
pmise of the people of thut. com-
iniinity for ils good work, ■ Few
persqus renlizi- whnt n paper does
for tin- town nnd individuals', but if
anyone would tuke flu- trouble to
rend tlie tile of nny weekly puper,
he would find thnl it wns u repository of good words for lown and
people. Tile Free Press llflS done
much in tliis wuy, It hns siitl't-r-
i'il will) tin- thill limes, uud hus not
enjoyed tlie prosperity it wns entitled Io iu good limes, Jl is n
hundred to one shot riglit now that
neither the malinger or i-iliim-
eiiiild tnke n trip to Montreiil witli-
out borrowing the money, und yet.
there ure ninny men iu Fernie wlm
poultl easily nib ml it, nud i is side
I i gninbln thnt they nwe ou sub-
si-riplioii to tlu-ir l.tntie paper.
This is a funny world.
been drinking during lhe uf ternoon
nml evening, iiml niv very riticent
us tn details.    Hm   story Is thnl
the lllllll nlln,-lied lhe wifll   ul'   till.
lier nnil ulleiiipti"! nn nssniilt. but
w.is prevented l.y lhe husliuiul who
liivil ihesliui lo protect the woman,
The other, und tile oue must ixun.
orally accepted is thai tl number of
men had been Indulging iu n do.
Iinueli ut the lintel, uml by niid-
iiighl were well under the iuHui'iice
of iiipior.     Al.nlll   1-' n'elui'k.   su   il
is stated, Dr. (iillier went tip stall's
to lake u sluep leaving ids wife lo
wait upon tin* customers,    It  is
alleged thnt 80011 nller tliis. UlO
man Mugi-e begun lu gel demonstrative in 11n-dis|ilny uf his admiration fur Mrs. (iillier. until she
cried for lu-r husband. Awnkeiie.l
by Ilu- cries, il is told I lint lu-rush-
ed into the ru un carryingn d nibloi
Ijiinvl slmi gnu. lb- wns greeted
by n hnsly statement in French by
liis wil',*. I il is idlugt'd  tlmt  hu
turned upuu Mugeowho ivns sii tine
in u clinii- by tliis lime nml fired
the contents of one bni-ivl nt liiui,
whicli fniled tn hii ilu- mark nnd
Ihis was followed liy another tlmt
tore a sickening Imi.- through the
Hum's l.-fi side nml resulted in in-
Slunl iliulll.     Wlllll  nn*   lhe   I'NUi't
I'ni'ls, Tin- I linilil is unable to
learn, mul gives Utcse two versions
ofthe ciise, C'onslable Dow wns
iiolili.i! nt Wiii-diiev. mnl Weill In
•Inll'rny tin- next moi-tung ami
plaeetl (iillier ntidel-arrestalid took
him lu Fernie, wiih two men who
wen- present nl tin- time nf the
shooting Th-- iuquesl is lining
held today, CI. tt. Thompson, hus
been called to Kernie I'm- the
defense.
A Hi(. drain firm,
Th.* Inrgesl dealersTii grain  mid
jiriiiluee ill ihis pnrt ui the eiinntrv
is  T.   I,,l.,l   tS (',... ..I' Pincher
Creek.      'I'll.'   I'lllll   i sisls  uf   T.
1,,-liel nn.l partner Charles Kettles,
nml they hnve immense warehouses
in Pincher Creek. Pincher Creek
station, Fernie mil Crnnbrook,
Plans hnve lieen  pn-pnn.il  for n
new wnreholise nl I'roekett. Illl)
feci    lone.   I'm-  lhe  bellelit    uf    the
ruiifhei-s iu tliiil section. The
compnny bus Increased its cnpitnl
stock to $100,000, un.l is prepnred
in do lnisiness mi ii slill grenter
nli- llinu ever before, bust yenr
they shipped 110 car lumls uf hny,
grnin uiul produce, most nf it to
Kust Kootenny, nn.l Mr. 1.,-l.cl
snys thnt this yeur their business
will reneli nl leusl 250 curs. Their
stun- nt Pincher hns n frontage of
'e.'l uml next   senson   they  will
put up n three story block 100 feet
llg by 50 feel deep, ill'  brink.   III.'-
ilntely lire proof, with elevator
id every modern finpi-oveinent,
Speukiiie uf fiirihei' building,
Mr. I. I.i'l. wlm was in town Siitur-
luy snid thut Im hnd some little
trouble with tin- C. P. I!. nboul u
sile for ntiotlier wiirehouBJ nt
Pincher slntion, To Bettle the
ninller Mr. l.ela-1 simply bought
tin* iD acre trad of lund ut the
station, nntl has now iiluili-un-unge-
inents for his side truck ami new
buildings. He says tlmt Suporin.
teiulelit Taylor is II li.lsllliss lllllll,
und n mint njjivable genth llinu to
lo business with.
Mr, Lobel looks for iucrciiscd
prosperity in the Kootennys nnd
iVlberln the coming yenr, nntl lie
proiKises to b,-ready for il. Mi-
perniot'& Bowticss nre his Crnnbrook ngcnls.
pnslilue tiutl In la-come due. This
tin- greatest of the many sucri-
liees llllll linve la  until,- iu Craiilirook, ns lliere will Ih- no reserve.
Everything to la> sold regardless
of cost us lhe bunk must liuve the
money within thirty days,
W'e herewith i-iinte ii few prices
which will largely govern tin- side:
Men's Department
llt.OM worth of OIjOTHING and
SUCH CLOTHINO. Suits thnl will
iiinke u iiiiiii feel giaal uud mako
liim think he should lie iu New
York on llroiulwiiy. Note the cut
of this Suit, THIS, known ns the
4-KITCHENER" cnn only la- purchased
nt our slore, regular price 918.00,
Sale Price $12.50, in colors navy,
black nnd grey.
li,! Men's Suits iu regular three
uml four button sacks, regular
price $12,511. to be Mid lor $7.00.
12 Suits, regular price ST.-Vl nud
.i-i.iiii. now ll.M snd «.{».
750 Pair of Odd Pants to Clear
••As pants Ilu- henrt fur cooling
streams," etc., etc.
Pipits, regular85.00 line, now SI.IHI
Pailts, regular 8*1.011 line, now JfcJ-iO ■
Punts, regular 92,00 line, now §1.25
Punts, regular 91,25 line, now    .110
JK1 odd Cunts in nil colors, iu nil
sizes, ut less than hull price.
S112 pairs Men's Suspenders nt
20 cents, regular 10c braces,
IIK.I puirs Men's Suspenders tit
JIO cents, regular SOc I Wines,
2| Men's full length Overcoats
Ins per cull reguhir S|S und S20
lines, now.illl uud 812.
■12 Men's full length covcrettc.
shuwer-priiuf Toppers, regular 811
uml 9111 now 97.60 and SSH.50.
N7 Hoys' nnd Children's two und
three piece suits; regular 98,00 suit,
now 81.75: regular 8(1.00 suit, now
8X75: regular 84.00suit, now82.25:
regular 911.00 suit, now 81.75.
70 puirs of Boys' Pants, all sizes:
regular HOc, 91.00 and 81.25 lines,
now 15c. 55c uud doc,
(Iur Irishman. Mr. Black, will
have charge of this depnrtuii'iit.
Huya' Underwear at Hill Price
Men's Underwear at Hill Price
91,000 worth of Men's Shoes to
clear:
Regular 85,(KI lines now 8,1.00
Regular 94.00 lines now 82.5(1
Regular 8:i,00 lines now 81.75
Ri'gulnr 82.5(1 lines now 81.50
b|„,
THE   KITCHENER.
Ladies' Department
Fliuiiielettt sin solid colors.pink,
ue. cream anil white.regular 12**.
15 tuul 18 cent lines: uow d, 10 mul
121 cents.
Flniinelettcs in fancy stripcu and
colors. 111. 121 und 15 cent lines,
now 7i. t-1 iiiid il.1, cents.
l)n*ss goods in nil lines at less
lliiin itclual cost.
Dn-ss trinimini;s tu la- disposed
of nt half price, ur even less.
Ladies' Misses' and Children's
Hose at the actual cost price.
74 Ladies' and Misses' Skirts, lo
clear at prices ihnl will appeal lo
anyone wearing this garment:
Skirts, n-gulnr price 812. im 9t'*.jt)
Skirts, n-nulur price -fy*-. now 94.25
Skirts, regnlnr price $«. now TSI.25
Skirts, reeiilur price 8:1. now 91.H0
S7 Ladies' Wropiiers, regular
91.."ill. now Sll cents, etc.. etc.
55 pieces prints, all latest patterns, rvgulur l*i and Is cent good*.
Io Is- sold at 10 cents.
!IIt pieces prints, regular 12|c,
now S cents.
91,500 worth Ladies' and Children's Shoes to clear:
Regular 85.01! Shia*. now 92.75
Begular 94.011 Slua*. now 92.2.5
Regular 9H.0O SIuh-. now 81.7*5
Regular 82.50 Slu.-. now 91.00
t'ltililn-n's Slua-s In clear al li-ss
lllllll eust.
Everylkiif Moil Move Oat
('nui.* with (INK JOHN DOLLAR mul GET TWO .lOHN
DOLLAR'S WORTH, but RE-
MEMBER it is tin- .lohn Dollar
WE MIST HAVE. Positively
NO (IIHIDs WILL BE SOLD
ON CREDIT TO ANYONE,
OUR.   NEW   YORK
This Gigantic Sale Commences
Wednesday,
Jan. 20,1904
and will continue lor
15 Days
Sundays excepted.
N. B.—Note a lew of the price*
we will mark on goods at the
doors.
HILL   &   CO.
Cranbrook's Greatest Store     =      ■      •      Cranbrook, B. C.
Hit by a Tree.
C. M. Edwards was badly injured lust Saturday while nt work
un ii plncer olaim on Ilu- Moyie
river. Iu company with William
forsyth. In- wus cutting uwuy a
lug. when a dend tumrnok standing
neur suddenly dropped without
warning, Mr. Edwards wns caught
ou the head und side, resulting in
n severe scalp wound nud two
broken ribs. Mr. Forsyth hurriial
to lown and got Dr. Green, nnd
lhe next dny Mr. Edwards was
brought to Sl. Eugene hospital.
He is tloiug as nicely ns could lie
expected under flu- circumslancesi
Imi will la- confined to his room
for nt leusl a fortnight.
James Ryan Married.
Tin- Hernlil has la-en informed
thnl James Rynn, of the Cranbrook
hold, was married yestenluy afternoon at St, John, N. B., to Miss
Anna Northrnp. nnd that the newly married couple hnve gone on nn
extended wedding tour thnt will
include Boston, Chicago. Sua
Francisco and Pomona, California.
This news of Mr. Ryan's marriage
will be a surprise to ninny of ids
large circle of friends in  this dis-
lluy Tor Sale. | *,.■,.■    The lleralil lakes this op.
The uiidcrsUui'd lins 100 tons of  portunity to extend its la-st wishes
Nn, 1 upland prnirie  hn,'  for sale | tu Mr, and Mrs, Rynn, and a most
nl 87 per ton 1-'. (». P. '-Us.
I cordial welcoiiu-i.il tlu-ir return  to
11-5    Win. IVnn. (lids. Albertu.    'Cruubrook.
These are Sold by
J. D. McBRIDE
who sells all kinds ol
HARDWARE!
Cranbrook, B. C.
Dentistry.
I hnve returned from the east
nml nm rendy tonttend to dentistry.
work, nf till kinds nt my office over
R. E. Beattie's store,
F. E. King.
QALUHER IN CRANBROOK.
He Will Make  a   Brief  Talk st  tke
Liberal Rooms.
The liberals of Cranbrook nnd
vicinity   will   hold  their   regnlnr
meeting ul their rooms in the Odd
Fellows block tonight, Thnrsdny.  -
W.  A. Gidlilier,  M.  P., will be' Position Wsaled.
present and mako a Uilt reviewing     ,}    „ -^-...inss engineer, hold
|,is work in parliament.   Addresses| ,,  ,     j^
will also la- mniii- liy nlliers.     An, ■.'      .. ."
Invitation is extruded to all tb lie to   ••Engineer,    care   of   Herald.
present. ] offlco,
MB iiii*. cttAxmmoK iimtAi.u
CRANBROOK  II Ell Aid)
il Proprietor
sucb n desirable
nlnn.i
tlllTORIAL NOTKS.
• ' Duncan Ross was nominated ut
".the Liberal "convention as a cnu-
dilate fur tin- Y.-d.- 1'arii.o.. .lis-
iriet. Mr. Ross is i-tlitor nl the
Greenwood Times, i> «'il known
tbroughoul liriiish I'olunil.in. nnd
has a   host   of   Wends mid  well
wishers ill Isilll   parlies.
. i -Ilie Bill*' (inllilier is popular
.iu his home town "I Kelson, mul
if possible, even more so. in other
portions nf lhe districl. He will
iiiuke a whirlwind canvass when
tho eaurpulgu  opciiB, I nnse he
la-lieves ill tin IIIIIOI1 peuple.
If J. A. Hnrvey luni seen lil lo
accept tin- nomination, nnd hnd
la-eiinble to have downed the coin-
biliatiuu fiirined in tin-cunservutivc
convention, he would have received
ii vote in Eust Kootenny dial would,
have la-en a surprise lolls- friends
ofl'nllihor.	
politician nnd
seiiiiling to his
friends. Ids political enemies and
the world at large, And there
'never wns ll mirror Inrge enough
to'hold liis own estimation uf his
rellectiun.
Hernld I. day has the largest ••■•*•
oulntioll Iu this district, and ils
growth is increasing week by week.
The Ill-linn nl   \V,    li.    lln--.    Mi
P. P.. to move ilu- goveniiiienl
offices of this district to Fernie i*.
a mistake,  since   Kernie   is   not   n
convenient point in iln- distriot.
The natural rights uf the peoplo in
this great district should  have n
greater weinht with the public tl	
the political ambitions uf n youns
barrister.
THE
Canadi&iv B&ivk of Commerce
Report nl Hi- proceedings of lhe Annual Meeting :if Shareholders,
Tuesday, 12th January, 1104.
11. It. Bogle, for sume time i-tli-
toriiilwriteron lln- Victoria Cob
miisi. has embarked into ilu- week-
ly ticltl. His |»ipor is nniued
"Truth." and is published al Vic
turin. If Bogle, with his ability,
writes in ncconllllico to the iinmo
uf his |«iper. he will la- able to
give   Ilu-   sleepy   people  of   the
Capital   s e mighty  Interesting
n-udiug.
The   would-be
political la.ss is nut
THE ESTIMATES.
Timber Notice
\4llll-.M4.  I„„l
till do J. SllM 'I:
I Im I I'liiiiiin .in
Vlrlnriii Ini -|
nlnn iiiiii li M A-nli una
I-   ill'l-ll.l-    ll,    ,l|.|-l,       1.4    Illl-
,-rill...ii-'» nnl i". » ... Io-IiIFiUi
ll tiniLi- liirn,  I nln- lul- ;    ,|. Mm,
'•^JSsSSWT McVittie & Laidlaw,
i
Mt    Ol |
« *irr-:
i mill
There is nne greal trouble wi
tiai ninny daily newspapers in
Calilida. They an- su partisan
ihut tlmy cnn see nu good in till'
opposing pnrty. This is n mistake, uiul sons- day Ilu- people of
Canada will break nwny from the
partisan, hidebound ways of the
past, and di'iiiaud n daily newspaper thai gives lln- news withoul
political coloring.
It is hardly possible thnt lliere
will la- a Dominion election before
next .luni- or -Inly. The country
can easily stand il until then.
The Siieinlisl pnrty in llritisli
Columbia is mi lln* n.cks of .listless nml Ilnwlhiil'liwiiite, lln
bright illuming stnr ol tin* orgiini.
zalion. is looking Inr lhe sunny
aide of tin- pnrty iu power for
protection.
It now nppi'iirs llml Mr. Whyti
did not known thnl the lumber
gnu was loaded,
If the Hemli! buys *HH) worth
of type ou lhe Aineriuun side, it
must pay WII.IIH duty before it cm
take possession, and yet  there  i*
not a single lii I'type made in
Canada. Il'the Hernld desires-*
buy 1,000,000 [eel nf Ini,i1*-r nt
Puget Sound, dressed on one side,
IVcan do so mul tln-re is no duty
charged whatever. Vet, lln- lumber industry is one ul' the uiusl important iu Caiindn.
Vietorin. .Inn.. IS. The est!
mutes, which were tidiliil litis
nfternoon. show a decrease in expenditure of about 5*50,1X111 from
the estimates of 10011, being $*!.-
-I*|-i..'t-'i4..'ll. There is. however, u
very sharp advance under Uu- heiid
of public debt from Inst yeur. for
which public works uutl other lie-
-uirtini'iits of governmental activity
have to sutler.
Tliis year under this head lhe
estimate is $fitt8,$W).lll as ngninsl
1517,8211,81 last year. Civil gov-
rumcut salaries nre reduced nboul
$20.(100. nduiinistrulion of justice
iiIkiiiI $11,000 while legislation
grx-B up $4,000, ptirtly ou nccounl
f lhe inerensed meiubership ..1'
the legislnture.
Miiintennnce of public instilu-
linns iiilvnnces iilauil $18,000 und
liarlics and hospitnls nliunl $5,000.
Aliout $11,000 is saved under the
(ministration of justice, other
than salaries, Education goes np
$8,000, transportation $1,000, anil
miscellaneous. $7.00(1.
Public   works   decreased   from
$11(18,250 last vein- to $11(18,250 Ibis
Tin- ihirlyseventh annual meeting of the Shareholders of Tht
;difhl Hunk of Couiuierce was held iu lln- bunking house   uu Tues*
12th .Tnuuary. llKM.nl 12 o'clock.
The President. Hon, Oeo. A. Cox, having taken the chair. Mr.
p, (i. ,|, tl was npiMiiulial lo act its Secretary, and Messrs. Melforl
I',,.ull,ni ami E. Cruiiyii were appointed scrutineers.
The I'r. sideiit culled upon Ihe Secretary lo read the Annual Report
..I tl,. Directors, as follows!
REPORT
Tin- Directors beg to present to the shnreholcdcrs tlm thirty-seventh
Aiiuunl Wi port, covering the yenr ending 80th Novemla-r. llKKt. together with the usual Statement of Assets mul Liabilities!
Ii.ilniiri- at i-n ilu nl I'i ..'it nml I.ii-h Ai'i-iianl liruusllt leiatiril Iniili
t l.-.-l.sil n-
*»!HI.IUH JiK
till 'lim nl ■ -I lain!:
liiiiiiiii-iii-iiii; nl n |n inl In • liii'n-
tliaaittllntnit iiiiiiii nr Tin-   len
mn iniiin. tin mi- iii-ai Iiii lui in-, lln'i
Hll i-liuiiiK iiintr in Iiui, In llii-Sl. Iln .
tin na. ...llli'l ilnaii 111. beak ul Si. M.nva
lil*4*i* tn a lioi'll llU. Iinrlli ol lli,*- ,,f iuk-
IllflllVtlll'tlt.   lllt'l.1'1'    .Illl*    MLltl. In    |ilin-e   nt
,',1111 III. Il,4>lll4*llt.
r,mil.nnil, ■ .-1 i.l.. man.      nu
Timber Notice.
Nn.ii-4-(a Iii-n li.v-tiii-ii tlllll tliiit.v ilava nf-
l,r.|,il,. Klln-I ll.iln-r 44,11 ii.i.iIi In Ilia filial
I iitiliiiiaaii...,,-ni IiuiiIh all I wnrlia hit-n a|n-
i inl lifi-iiHi* in i-iil nml inrr.i- niinjr liiali.-i
lunil lln* fiilliiniaa ili*ai'iili"il laml:
I'lillllllrlli'in*; ill a |niinl   IjlU rlniiii*. «4-kI nl
iln* ni.rilii'a.i i-iuni-r nl Ini LIS, tlirn i' i-nal
sn i-iiaiiiN. 11 .| i.tnili mi chnlns, 'I i-
ai'.t su ,-Iiuiiiii, l!||>|      ll   Sll   iliniiiHlu
|.lnrt> Ul rniiliai-tii'i-IIKUll.
|i.,,,inla*r Ulli. lunil. in
ilay niniil at llii-n hall nn
linker strati.    SnJtiniliiK
..illliill)-liullril.
W.K. Clark,
See',.
Irnkrook l.od|e, No. 31
A. F. k A. IH.
llPKiilar lurrllnK, an Un*
tllllll      IlllllMlll,     111   till'
an lull.
lu Irininil.
11 A. ll.Al.K. Sri*'-..
*
Tin* Imlunro nt crrilil ot l'i"'it uml '-'►•"• Aceounl liruuglit Inrwunl front
lout -jwirwiiH ■
rtiM|ilii*iilfiiv.-t! Irum iHllflltlHfiiif ilMPtHol tlw  Hill f W   It Hiking Cum
|HUiy, im |n> mIh'i iiii'iit nt fniil in	
Nil pruTtlK tor tlm ji untitling tMHli ul Novi'tiiU'r, lift it pinviil.i k fur nil
Ixnl iiiiiJiluubtfiililcbtPttimminttilto         1,004,317 :tl
11,4*30,0011 T'l
V\ hiili lui- I n iipini.inliilHl.il follow :
IliVitli'llitM nu" 111 mill 7.1 nl 7 |i. iii'iit-|i*i iiiiimiu:
Kurthi-tliBji'iirni) -$fl.llMMHH1 fr.r.u.lion
Vot tlii' J'fiu* mi |"|0,00(1 ii"iv n'u'k    -'<- AOD
Timber License.
Notii-ria lli-n>li.v  giVPlI tlllll lllirl V llflJB lit
i i-i* ilm i- Ki tut linker -aIII ui'lilj lu tin- i-im-i
roiniHii-hiiiiii-r uf ItllliU nii-1 «uikt fui IVB|M)*
.-ml lii'i*H"i> In i'lll nml curry nwny  11 Illl wr
Inuu lli.>.rulliiwiliK ill'*" iiinil In  il
I'litmiii'iiiiiin at a |iuiiil I-"-- tlm lis ivt't-l ul
lh* iturtlii»u>l rorner ol lot i:t_'. tln*n>>- hi-mI
m nlintiitt, tlii-iiiv nor Mi mi  Hmtim, llii'im
1-llMl  Nl)   l-llllillH,    || V   Hlllllll    Sl)   I'liiiiiin   III
plnce nf iiHuuii-iiivmi'iii.
DwiniMT IT, IDOil. -to
TiJiihf.-r c,l to real -
lln Icii'K I' m|<iiii.
Written ulT lunik pr
Timihf.ii.il In IV
llllllll I'lll'l K'll lul H (Mil
unit, lifter tin- nmii lit nutation niili tlm Uulita*
n I'm ml (nn in nil i'.iiilriliiitiiHi)	
•f.'.M.i'iOtl I'll
.-,•10,000 00
1.-4.1,007 0-'
i:, iinn oo
lii.V.r.o h
tl. 4.-11.111111 7fl
Tin: itKsriT of the erui'iusr of hie ashkts uv thk   HALIFAX kankimi company
is  AH FOLLOWS
PurpliiH ..I iimhi'Ih over lliiliilltlm, ntoiirre-vnlimlloii        • l.nM.tUN J18
1'ni.l tufrlHirelHi'ilfHtiieiiKh JO.000 on
Triiiwl I in Hie pi' hIuii [uml In provido for cliiliu*-) ul tli«itl.iiff
tif  Ili.-lliiliNix lltiiikiilgl'lilHlllllijr 40,001	
llit'.lili'il 1 i lli-H'ii'i lul ii'v.intil fnr U.0III) sii tri'H Hi'W at ii'k ■itmiie.l  In
t1ii>hUl*L'linli|i-r,ii[ Hi" llllllfil-1   lltlllklllnl'oillplUli' fTOQO.OOO DO
CHANHIH10K   BRANCH   III
THE   A. L. U.   NO 3*7
\i,h,-  ,.v,in   Rntunln
niniil in   I. 0, 0,  r   linll
Vlslilif llrcibrm mrrililly litiic-J In iikn-J
Crnnbrook Bnpllil Ctrnrck.
Thutnllotttnglnlltil oi tlie itvIwi ItelJ
in iln- IhiptM Ctuiroli;
Siimiiiv II u. m. itiul . : 0 p'   .
Siiii.Iii.v Heliuol -I p, m
Vollllg lVnpli'H H  |i. ill. TlU-mtny
riii.V.r M.'ciiiiK s |*. ui. Wi-ilii.-HiLi>
Tlm piililii* ilCO lonliiilly idviImI til ultt'iiil
nil iii,*i*1iii*.-*i
Pimtor, P. w. Auvache.
Harvey, McCarter & Dunbar,
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Haiell Block Crnnbrook. B. C.
i,l i   profit ni.il l,
I74DOOO oo
♦liH:t.o*.'H :in
enrefully ro
J. ti. CUMMINGS
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
FORT STEELE
'I'lu-entire nsseisuf iln-Hunk have lieen, ns usual
ruined, .-mil ull lnul mul doubt fill debts amply provided for.
'I'lu* directors Imvc tu report another sntislflelory year in the unit
ter of protils. nml idler iidilin-,. to the ordinary eurnings of tbe Bank the
lll'i'llliiuu nrisillg from the new slock issued to the shareholders of Ihe
llnlil'nx UiuikiiiK Company, namely 121111,028.118,we hnne been ablo to
mid SCiiiii.iKKI In the lest nnil to write oil' lln lik Premises the sum of
$185,1)07.112,
During ilu- yenr iln- I lim k hns opened new branches us followa: In
yenr. I'ndcr this latter hehinliere Onlariil nt Rainy Hiver: in Munitobn, at Klkhoni; North Winnipeg,anil
an- some startling figures for mem-' Portage In Prairie; In the Northwest 'lVrrltorlosial Iuuisfail. Ponokn,
la-rswho were fondly houitig fur'I'1''1"'1'Albert, lied Deer and Rcginn; In llritisb Columbin. al Kast
in,.. ■ ,-    '     -,i      , ■ ,    Vnncoiiven mul in Xovn Scolia at Svdnev.    ll   has also assuinctl  Ihe
IiIhthI Hppropnntions with whicli offiwiB of tlu. H,,||f„x BhnkiiiK Company ot tho following plncosi Sack-
t.. \i\nvnlu tlii'ir supporters. vitli* tiutl St. .Tolui. in New llnu.swick; nnd Amhoret, AntiROiiish, Bnr-
Onriboo nml LilliMK't rnvh get rihtfton. liriilncwnti-r. Cniiiun-g.Hnlifnx,Lopkpport, Lunpnbnis.MikMlo"
$10,000, nltliongli tltfiv is ulso ti 'ton, Now (.lln *yow. PurrsU3i,o,1 Slu'lliui'ti, Spri nglj Ul, Truro aim Wludaor
Land Notice
Not ten In liervb.v glvon Uml t-Utj* iIiijh nf*
t**r iluti-, I illti'inl ti> n|i|,ly to I'm 11,i I
['nmtulwlntier nl I.iiihIh iiiii) Wn ks, Viiliitiii,
(hi* [H'litii .iiiii Iii imtvIiii*i' tin* (ol*
lOAlllg ili'Hrtibi'il IuiiiIh, in Smilli V. -i Kunti'iiny:
I'oiiimfiii'ing nt a poat |i1iMihtt at tin*
iinrlli euut roiiiiT ut l.ut 211.7, iiinni- .mi1;
tln'liii' nuilli Wl i'liiiiiin; lliiin i' .'iii.l'JII.-Im in**;
ill. hi*i> Hilllll HO , Iiiiiiii-; (liiuu' u.-HLMIi-l is
tu  lln* |iliira ot hi'iiin ning, i-oiitiifiili g  Hii)
ww* nom or lifs
Dut.il Die Hitli liny .if Ni.Vi'tuliH*. HHKI.
ar. Mnr.v'-viiiei,iMiii.it c,i.. i.i.i.
Notice.
Nol Ice li hereliy given t Imt we lliqtituler*
hii*nui lutl-TliI to uf'p'j*. -tn tltiyH ttlr-r ilnte
Iii the AuiHlatlt i'i)UiliiiM*ii>ni'i* ..( Inmls nml
w.h'iVh for tlm ilialrlel o\ V.hhx Kuolemiy mnl '
ilif thiefi'onmiiei>i(iii i' -uIJiihIk nml woiIjh,
im lli-enBP* to|iroH|HH't fiirontiliuu] |it*lruli'iiiii
mi   ilie lollDMlllg   itiwiiHlieil   liuiiii.   in KikI <
K(»)Urommet.Hi.Knta|io«l ,.1... in mite.   CJRANBKOOK,   IIKITISH   COLUMBIA
w. at ii) ilie I'l Uiuliil livtr tlllll tiliii.it lll'lll
miliar utu lite ItiterimtliiiHil liiiiiinliiry, lie-
ing tlm anu I Invest Itinmr pott ul (1,0. Ileut*
ti.;'Hi-lniii), llii'tn-ee.ial HHetlilllH tu ,1. Amler-
Mnii'a iiiiiin. itieiice mniii SU i luiin-, 11t. n,t-
wi al 60 iliniiis, Mii'ili'u «nut Ii Rll diiituM In
|iliiii* uf Im ginning,
l.in-iiteil Dili Dnein'i'i*, 11)03,
(l.C Ilenl lie, Loon lor.
,1,1'iitunron, Agent.
(1.)   Coniim neit g nt  n    poat  lieing (lie
HftUllia'tM    cornitr   (Witt   i'l    H.   I-    Me.illie's
W. F. QURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
provision of S2().tHK) for tin-
friink roiul in C'arilioo.
Vide	
lull iu Novn 1Scolin,   The brunch ul Lockeoort, X. S.. taken over from
tlu- ITalil'as llaiikiiig Co.. und thut ut Satulon. II. 0., hnve been closed
I        The various lu-iinclies.  agencies, uutl depurtmeiits of the  Hank
IS ii.(HKI  |u|Vl. i,rl.tl i|1S|„.cicil during the yenr.
Kiiiii1ihi|is    11,000        'I'lu* Direeloi's linve iigniii pleasure in recoiiling tlieir appreciation
Oliiiiiagun     7.IKK) of lhe elliei.-ncy nud zeal ivitli which lhe otlicers of Ilu* Hunk have per-
Siinilkaiiiecu     T.(X»)
(iret-nwotal     151X1 11EO, A. Cox.
(1 ruin I Forks    ."i.iKXJ        'I'm io. I2tli .Tnunnrv, 1(104, President
■lohn Houston talks of going to
Edmonton, .lohn Houston on the
prairie wuuld be like n mountain
trout.out of its unlive element. He
litis iiiiidi- mistakes iu tlie pnst, but
that uiiulil lie one I'n ii 11 which In'
would never recover. He should
ifl!}- with tlie nuiiiiit.'iins mul the
town he bus helped to illlike, He
is too old nnd too cranky lo cuter
iit-w fields und iiiii kc new friends.
--The Mining World of Chicago
Issued thr greatest mining review
iKat any impel*ilevoi.d to Ihnl industry has gotten out tin- |msI
year. It is replete with facts mid
llgoivs of grenl vnlue to those iu-
ternt-itiil iu miiiine nml will la-
)t*\A iliy hundreds ol -a'nplc us u
reference bunk un the subject,
..',*•___       '
'Thi- Wilmer (lulcmp mny get
hard up for news, but when it
uses articles from other news-
pftpi-rs. it should lie courteous
enough to nchiiowledge the fuel.
If pays to be honest, even when
one stenls news niutter.
Whnt Canada needs is fewer
politicians und inure business men.
There is nnl a district, in C'nnndn
that Ims u bi-igliter fiiliire than
South Kust. Kootenuy.
The 'Herald stands for Crini-
hl-taik und Snulh Kusi Kootenay.
today, tomorrow uud fm- nil time.
Tin-'1 subscription list to The
Herald hus iiicivuscil over IIXI the
{msl month, nm]  no sl-eclnl etTnrt
iur.    been   iiiiidc   to   bring  about
Revelslokc     N.IKXI
Slocan      ,"i.(KXI
Ymir     K.(XX)
Kaslo     iS.lHX)
Coliunbin    11,000
Craubnaik     5.1XH)
Fernie    li.IXX)
111 ntlditiou to the nlaive there is
provision fur a bridge uver the Klk
river ut Morrissey, *i*7,(IOt) and one
over the liiirdcnu. nt Poplar Creek.
■S-.ulHl. and one over the Sidmoii
at Ymir. SKKXI.
There is no provision in the
estimates ftir Nelson und Rossland, they now la-iug city constituencies.
GENERAL STATEMENT
Jitltb -November. lIKIil
LIABILITIES
X i.ti-H nl llii- lunik in i-iii'iitiilinll	
I)i'|iii.il44 iiiii In ii tin*- inliii ml .IT.-'lJ-'l.itlo till, '|iiialla li iiiiiii; inn ri mi, iiirhiillaHiiitaraal ainiraiil
tn linll'    l."i.-l.*i'.l,N.|.| sn
4 ilnti tn
Rcpurl ol Csnadias Bank ol Commerce
The ri'|Hirt of the thirty-seventh
annual meeting of thesharoliolilers
of the Ciiiuidiau Hunk of Coui-
mcrcc inakes Interesting rending
for the men interested iu leai'iiiug
uf lhe general growth ami pros-
|a-rity of flu- dominion, ns well us
for liim who is more directly interested in tin- growth and prosperity uf this particular Imuk. The
figures themselves, nud there is
nothing in literature more iinuiuo*
tiouiil thun a bank statement,
tell the story of n prosperous nnd
successful yenr all over Ciinatln
nnd of shrewd and skillful financing which has made giaal use of
its opportunities. Fur instance,
omitting bad and doubtful debts
and allowing fully for depreciation,
the bunk's balance sheets show u
net prolif ot *1,004,217.00, or some-
thing over 12 per cent, of this sum
$584,4*300 hus Im-cii paid in dividends
to the shareholders, thii, la-iug ut
the rate of 7 per cent., nnd *,"i(XI.(XX)' >'('-
bus la-en transferred to rest, milk
iug thut fund SJI.IXXI.IXXI.
Iiuiiiii
Iini in
HI i*l,l, mli i
Iiiiiii I ii
Cm-Hal I'uliliiti	
llml	
Ilnli i'i.I iniilil nii.ll n
illior liunl,. in I'iimiiln	
Iii-rliiuik- in [iiri'iaii'-i.iliil.i-'
llllll' l-l  lli-ri-llllirl-
iit i-iilrtl'll Im win.I
ASSKTS
..M,71111,11111) iiii
....ll.llllll.Ulltl Illl
....    III.-...-..V.I II
♦7.HSI1..-..1T IIH
HJ.7S.-I, Illl,". 17
l.'IS SHO tu
HII7.4II7 1.1
1 IIIIH 117
lllll,.*.uo ou
i i,«r„-..r,.-.ii ii
.H*I.*U|,HM1 J1*i
i...miiiii
Papnalli
I  Null
...-l.-ill4.Ull1  Jill
... ,-|.ll(!7,-.'11 7",
li liuiiiiiiitiii liiivt-iiiiaiiiil fur aai'lirll,v ■■( nole i-lniiliitlon	
I Cli.'ik-. Iln-r liiiakH	
Iluliil h iini' In nllii'i- luiiika iiil'nlitiilii	
lllll 4-H l| J*  ili-l-lllH i  I (lll'lll    [ll'illlill   ,
lliilniirii. ilm' li.i aiti'llla ill tin- Imuk ami nl Iter liailit. Ill [ilratRU I'lnintrlr,
Unv unlit I'm iln  Millili*l*lal anil i.llti-r HH'ilritiia	
Cull mnl .-l.ni'l I a	
..-..'Ill I.IIIIII 14
11111,4(111 IHI
-l.lllllll'JII Hll
18,9011 III
11,4011,1114 111
0111,718 HI
11,058,076 11,-1
'.I.IIIIH,.-,(111 III
iiilii'i-iiiii-i-iii l.nmii, nml liiHi'tiniii-i	
iivi-ulii- IJiililallnaafilllv |irn,lilail Inn
llnil Kaiiiii* i-iilii-r limn l k |ir<> nlaaa)
HlorlKiinna 	
II uk I-i lUi'H	
..'II.,1.11.*,,SI,*, 'Jl
,,,..,5H4,a7,*. 114
:lnll,.74 (IJ
1117,11117 Illl
ieii.ii.-iii iiii
1,11011,01111 00
74 .tun on
.H1I.341 SHII 113
Th.- motion
mod.
Tin- usual ri
for Ilu
iliiliiilu
11. K. WALKER,
(ii'iicrnl Mnnnger.
ndoplion of the report  wns then  put aud
New Minifcr.
Tlionms ll. Stockctt hus la-cn
.'iplaiiiitcil tin- non-mn linger of flu
Crows Nest 1'uss Coul company.
The upia.intineiit is ii giaal one.
lu every uoslliuu Hint Mr. Slockel
-.pressing lhe thanks of the shareholders to
the President, Vice-l'rsident, and  Directors, and also to the General
I Malinger, Assistant (iencnil Manager, nud other otlicers of the Bank
were unanimously carried,
Moved by Dr. Hoskln, seconded by A. Kingman. Esq..
!       'I'linl the meeting do now proceed lo elect Directors for the coming
d Ihut for this put-pose the bullet laix la- upend and retnniuopen
imli I tin* 'clock this day. the |K)11 to be closed, however, whenever five
minutes slinll have elapsed without n vote iH'iiiK tendered, tlie result of
tin- election to be reported by the scrutineers to the General Mnnnger.
The meeting then ndjourned.
'I'lu- Bcrutieeei's subsequently reported tin- following gentlemen to
be elected ns directors for the ensuing yenr;
Hon. Geo. A.-Uox, Robert Kilgonr, W. II. Hamilton, M. Leggat,
•Ins Criithern. John lloskin. K.C.. L.L I).. .1. W. Flnvelle, A. Kingman
Ilmi   I.. ,Mclviu..lnncs. l'li-ilei-ii- Ni,-liulls,
Al i Iini,' uf the newly-elected Hunril uf Directors  held  sulwe-
at SO i-liiitiia,
nnl HI! i Iiiiiii*
nl li.-itililiiliK
Q. H. THOnPSON.
Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary Public.
Solicitor lor Ihe laperlal B.«k .1 Cinli
The Coloalal InveiMcll aa. LMi C.»f..,
Cranbrook, 11. C.
Mining Engineers
and Surveyors,
CRANBOOK, B. C.
THOS. T. McVITTIIi, IM..S.
J. T. LAIDLAW, Al. I-.
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Olil shoes made new.   All kinds
of repairing,   (live mc a call.
East Kootenay
Bottling Co.
Aerated Waters
Of all kinds.
Syrups, Champagnes, Ciders,
Ginger Ales, Etc.
Soda water in siphons.   The most
Economical wy to handle it.
DRS. KINO & GREEN.
Physicians and Surgeons.
(Hide .1 residence, Armslninn Ave.
(IlllCli HOURS:
Forenoons,   -   .••   9*30 to II
Alltrnoons   •   ■   •   - ' 1:30 la 1:10
Evtnlot.   ■.■■    7.10 la UM
CRAM1ROOK,    :   :   :    :      :    B. C
Coal and Petroluem Notice.
Tula imtii-ii lliiil ttiii-l.viln.vn attar .lun-. 1
iiilpnil to n,i|.l.v In tlii-i'liii-l I'liiiiiaiHHiiiui'i- nf
lnmla ami worka fnr II lii-i.l.H.' In nrfla|H*l', for
i-otil iiiiiI |ii'lrnli'iuii iiii'r I lie IoIIiim in*r ilt'a-
iiiiini IiiihIm near Klaklniiiinn ttivV, in Ronlti
l-Jnat Knntaliay:
i ijiiiini-iti-iii-: nl n 11411,1 iilmili'il ailjni-iiiu In
aaii] tirafik nail niarki-il "M. I'lilllliipa norlli-
wral I'oraar" lliem-i. anal HO rlialna. Ilit-nii'
ainilli HO rluiiaa. IhciICa ivral 80 i-lnilna.
tlmliri' niniil Sn I'liiiilm tn llin |ilni*i> nf lii-Kill-
nitiK i'initiiiiiiii-1 llin iii'Iiih nl liiml.
liali'il liilniinv Inili. Iiiul.
411 M  Phllll|i|n.
bun lieltl. Ill: lllltl ttci]
with credit
iiuitted  liiiniu-ll' 'l.c'ly H'.n- C'o A, Cos whu eleeted President, uud Mr, Robt. Kllgour,
lllllll
Coal and Petroleum Notice.
Nulii"!. tnm-liy ulvi'lt ttllit llilrly ilaya
lllli-r ilala I 'lili-aii to np|.l.v to Ilm lion. Ilir
Cliiil Ciimiaia.ioner nt I.iiihIh ami Worka for
a lii'i'ine tn |uoa|ieiit fnr mini ami in-t.ri.laiiin
on Ilia fi.lliiwii.*t il.'N.'1'il.a.l lanila.
Coiauiam-iiiK at ii poal anrki'il ,1. K. Millar
tlorlll we I i-orai-i-|i ,t laiiaa lhe Holltll ii'.al
eiirmir ,ioat nf rj-liniilnloi'iilina, lln-iii'aaoiil li
So i-luilna. tllell.-H ,-H.t Hoi*liiiili«,lllali4'lillorlii
■Illliill!,  llll-lll-l, 44 4-4-1   Hll 1-llllillH  111    |I.,I,IU    til
lli*|ilai-.,if lianiiiiiin-r,  i-tintnftifitn tlio at-i-i-a
unt,il January 4, Itini.
.1. K Miller,
.Imui;. In uiu nu, Auelit.
JAMES OREER
lhe Contractor
Who (lets Contracts
estimntes mul mny belli you out
witli some iilcns us Io [.Inns.
Cranbrook
Livery  S
GEARY & DOYLE
Proprietors ********
iiiim,tiiijmiin tu iii>' Huiitii
ii. c. n.-iiiii,'-.iiaini,tik'iivu *
llic.ll'f Ill flh-llllil^,  t lll'll.'.
tli^iiiuhdiitit .su I'lllllllH lo |ilin
I..I.II1I-.I •r.-lllli. r'.., l'lll.'l.
It Iv Iiiin)!■>. I.iif.ilur.
.1. I'iiiiii iuh, Aurm
(rl    1'illllllHniillK ill   till'   HIllltllHItl1  eun
«.f It. K. nmlllf'giltiliu, Iking Hu* iiiirllin hi | ](' .,0„ w;m, ttl \m\),\  |,.t „„. d„ow
.■..n..-i*..t(l....rf..'\\.iV-. iiinni.  mv Hinilli        * ,
HOi'imiiiH, iti.'ii.i' wi'ft   hu Hi iii iih, tli-nt'ii I will In' |ili',*ibi-<l iii furnish you
mirth Hi i-lniiiiti, tliei tint  *ii   clliiilil In
liim**' nl ln*nitilling.
I.unilnl Ikri'iiiliiT ll, IflOJI.
(.Mirgit W nli». I.noiilor.
.l.l'iiiiH'i-ii'. A hi'ii '.
(•!)   I'liiiimi ni'iignt iln* iniillu nai  I'liiiii'i-
ol t.HirKH WiiIu'di'IuIiii, liuinu ilie iiuriliwiHl
immeriil (1. 11. IVmiiu'Hi'liiliii, i li.*u.*-* mnitti
Nil    ill Ul IIH,    t lll'll Hi    Nil    ('llllllll,   Illl III*
liui-lli HU.Iiuiiif*.   tlii'liri*   Willi    HO  I'lllllllH t
|ilin*i! nt lii'ttillliilig.
t.'iciiiHit |i ctiu'trr il, I'.HKl.
(I. H. Ilnittii', I nt or.
J. I'tinR-MII, AbiiiI.
(■■J   I'liuiinriii inif.it at it |io*t hi mil I  tn
HiiWfiiHt .il li. I). Iluultii-H iiniili, IipIiik tli
niiiltll uiihI .'ulii.'!'ul F.B. KillRVrlnilll.tlii'lii
Hint Ml rli-iilm, 1 liPIU'i-Uill III 811 I'lllllllH, tlll'tlru
«(iat  Nil  rliuiliM,   lll< imi milllll Ml ill  illh   t.i
|*lu.*f III tH'Uillllillg.
I.DL'uleil Decetulwr 10, 11MIJ1.
V  E. King. Lncilnr.
J. Cnmoron, Aff**iit.
(f) rniiuiii'iiriiig nt thoHnitli eiiHt, corntT
nf. V.V.. Kltlg'Hlllllm. lirhij,' Huntlnvht rnnii'i*
(»!<;..I. Ut'littii-'Hrhiilil.tli.iit'l't'liHt NllrhiiiiiH
itlUtK-fl llllltll M) I'lllllllH, llli'lll-UKIHtNOrlllllliH,
Ili.-n.-H Hinilli MU rliniiiH lo |<!hit nt lii'iiihiiiiitr.
Lt.ru t.i I Diruuilior in, UHI.'I,
II. .1. Iicntiic. bn'iitor.
,1. Cameron, Agent,
(it)  Cnnimi'iii'hignl Ilie Bouth coat cnnipr
ol F, R. King'siIf*lui, h.ing tin* noith cnM
rorner of II. It. Klttg'Hi'liiira.tliPiii'eaontliSO
.■Iiiiiii*-, llipiini west tn etiniint, llienee norlli
n rhuini, tluii.'fi'tiHi HUilmiiin to {ilneo ot
beginnitig.
l.ix'Dtf.1 Beiinihrr ttl. llldlt.
M. II. King. I.orntor.
J. luni'run, Agouti.
ilu   i ninmi'iiiiiig ni ilir Hinilli went eonier
postotn, -1. Uenltid'iictiiim, lieing ilm nor u
wi'kt t'oniii'nf L. II,  Ht'iittii-'H i-liiim, llmncfl
t'UHt no rliniiiH, llieneiiiiorih SOrlialtiH,thenco
WVHt NO rhillllH,   lliriH-i' Hlllllll   Ml  I'll Ul nil  In
lil;ii'i> of lM>glnilillg.
l.ni'Htril. Drremlii't* III. lOOtf.
I,. M Ucnille, l.nnitur.
.1 Cameron, Agent.
(il ('iiinnirti. iiiL' nl a | imt ll linll ton* mile
Hnuili of M. ll. King's iiiiim, lieing ll. C.
Kinn'h Hinilli Wi'H   llllllll'  pitHl,   ill'lire  .'ilH
NO i'liiiilm. tl i»t tli HI iiuiiiii.  In M   11.
King'* illliill, ttli'liii' WHll   NH  rhliitiH,   Illilu't'
Hinilli Hll I'lutiiiH In |iluri> nl lieghltlitlg.
I.Diiiiril Per. Ki, I-iii-i.
(i.f. Knig, l.n'iilor.l.
J.i timer, n, Afcen
Teams ami drivers furntihed for tny
point In the district.
HARRY FAIRFIELD
Manager   jl  i^
THE
STRATHC0NA
Formerly Hotel Phalr
NELSON, B. C.
II. TortPKINS, Manafer.
This liolel is one ot tlie la-st in
llritisli Columbin nnd np-to-dnti
iu every respect, Well lighted
sniiijile rooms,
ti)****** *********** ****** .(D
G. P. TISDALE,
I'rniirletur of tlie
Cranbrook
Candy Kitchen
lanli's a cant|il.le alm-k nf
Candies,'Fruits, Nuls,
Biscuits, Pipes and
Tobaccos. nin •• • mi
B. C. LIVERY
and PEED STABLE
New ri,js, good driving
nnd middle horses nt
n-iisunnlilc rnte. Our
iiiin]will la- to give giaal
(.nre to nil horses slti-
bled with us.
N. C. McKINSTRV, Prop.
Vroom & Dezall
Blacksmiths
Horse Shoeing
Carriage Repairing anl
(iencral Jobbing....
rul.lde Order! Praaiplly
Atlenled lo.
Perry & Fitzgerald
DRAYING AND
FREIGHTING
If you want   your hauling
done promptly and right, -five
Agfjpls in Cranbrook for
j-jpg^QALT COAL
Drink Home Beet
It is Pure
It is Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
Singer
Sewing
Machine
AGENTS
Arnold & Roberts
Monthly Payments.
UNDERTAKING
EMBALMING
A Large Stock in Caskets and
Robes,   j*   ,.*
Phone night and day 77
MACCONNELL FURNITURE
CO'Y.
CRANBROOK, B.C. THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
4 -I********.******************-.************************* '  »
■***W*»*vv***»v»»»**¥**»'**v^ ♦
ft ANNUAL j j
1 Slaughter Sale.!;
| FURS,
-Gi
lt
i*
«»
I! SILKS,
i!
I
tl
4 >
FOOTWEAR,
CLOTHING S
NECKWEAR,
WRAPPERS, etc,
Snle commences .Inn. (illi and continues I.S
days.   Sec hand hills.
«*
«.
*»
<»
* *
4*
4*
«'»
< >
. »
11 REID & COMPANY I
M*»»M*M<iW*M»»*J*#*i#»**«»»**>M*»»**»*»**t*******'J»
«.......»...4,............<......«»**.*i4*4..**.***«** + H
I    COLDSTREAM APPLES    S
%    SPYS AND BALDWINS    I
I $2.00 BOX I
1 *
I Greenings and Russets, $1.85 per Itox A
2* Every Apple Ou a ran teed Sound. ^
'9   0
jte Dub-)- Duller, in ."ill loiinil tliiin. 25c per pound, 0
4p Crenmei-j- Rutin* (Tinporinl), in one pound lirlelis, ItOc 0
| G.T. ROGERS 1
9     Fancy and Staple Groceries and Crockery     0
9 Cranbrook, B. C. ^
****************************************************
I l$\i*itdi\rd,,'3****tS !
«■ ■>
| nud ONE-PIECE LAVATORIES huvc n dninty n|i|ieni-nnce nn.l smnvj- %
J whiteness which  suggest clenuliuess nnd  their iiisliilliitiou in- *
« siiilltitititi insures n Biiiiilin-y, iiiodei-n biitln-ooiu. »
|                                                         St«nd»r<r I'orcelniii   Kiinin- J
elcd (liu-.l'i. 1,,-ivntoriesnre ♦
Ulltde in mn 11 y lieiiutit'iil mid .
nrlistie designs, (-1,1-1, ill  one t
| iecii. free nf clucks or-llnster I
p.-n-is joints, nud nre thei-etoi-e 5
in-rfeellv snlisfnelorv. IIMm }
nre slill' using one ol'the old   »
I'lshioneil     -closeil-ill''    IVIIsll   *
stlitids we. wuuld be plenseil »
to I'uve vou cull nntl .•xiiiuine |
Ihe^tMdar-r'One.T'iece Lnv-  ♦
lilolies lie liuve  ill   our slum-    I
iniiin. We could re|iliice jour \
I olil one* nl n est thnl would siir|iris- you ngroonblo. We linveev- ♦
\ cry I'ncililv fordoing iiroiupl und emclciil ivnrli nud would like -»
J- to'serve viui when nesl In need of pHiinbinjf. *
s
>
►
****************************************************
patmore Brothers
TIIE WENTWORTH       I
OPERA
HOUSE IN
CONNECTION
A MODERN   HOTEL
IN A MODERN TOWN
ROLLINS & DICKINSON,    |
Proprietors, jijl
s
WmWiw&fnmsmiwm
<*************************^
■ a. I.. rtcDermot *• *-'■ Bowness V
W            McDKRMOT (Q.  BOWNESS. ^
■ Wholesale   Win,.*   and   Spirit Merchants jg
9 SiMiiiSrcr       i I lie HIghest Brands i Th. I *.r*»l and   M
of SCOTCH and \ ^GlT"""'   f.
*
Icrnk liter of SCOTCH and b i    A,., rlmi-al
ll... Hi -B|sh    WHISKIES i ' """
tiinaiii- . 51001    I 'KIM'     " '*■• lv,oa 11-I*"'**-
A compute stock ul Ciitnrs, consisting ol the
■ ■I'hnrnnh," "LaPo-tuna," "Irving," -llnr-
rlster," "Monument," "Hilda" and others. <^
Mull (ir.leis Promptly Attended to, Telephone 17 *
i Write lor Prices. CRANBROOK, n. C,
Agent) lor T, Lebel & Co., Ilny and drain.
®-® ia-®-® ® -3HS-S-
X
®-®-®-®-®-®-® ®-® ®-®
®
I
.., Manitoba Hotel...
-li (Under New Mnnngemeiit)
I I). 4,. McDONALD, manager
.-: This hotel is in the center of town.   The rooms are
•P comfortable and well furnished, the dining room is first-
f class, and the bar is supplied with the best.    When you
1 want a good place to stop come to the Manitoba.
<;* WE GIVE VOU YOUR jVIONEY'S WORTH
It-®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®—®-®~®-®-®-®-®-®-® ® ® ®
A Larue Consignment of
IRON BEDS
BRASS BEDS
SPRINGS and
MATTRESSES
Just Received. We have Ihem
in all sizes and styles and enameled in the latest colors.
THE rUCCONNELL
FURNITURE   CO.
Phone No. 77
Cranhrook Collage Hospital,
('   Ann- H nii'lilli'llllll I.CIM-SI.
I nl- lllll |iill'tii-lllursll|>|i|ytil
Tliss Moss, - Matron.
Ilm,Imili- nl  Sl.   I.ul.i-'- Iiii.|.mil. Van*
eom-or, II, 0,
LOCAL NOTES
Picked  Up Aliout the City  by Asking
Questions of Many  People.
.1. I'. Fink pniil II visit to l.ctll-
lll'ltlgc Insl  Week.
Stnnley Mci.elliin. of the North
Slur .Mine wns in lown this week.
Hurry Fairfield nnd Phousie
Fnrrell' lefl  Tiiesilny  for C'nlifor-
nin.
Henry Ruff, of Morrissey, cuiue
down Sunday to nttend the fun-
ei-nl of Curl Bund.
Arnold    A*     Unbolts    linve   lieen
milking some extensive iinprovc-
ineiits iu tlu-ir [Willises.
lliiinld    Dnrlilig   mul    U er
iToiich, ol' Wnrtlner. visited friends
in ('nnil mil. Insl Sunilny.
Miss Daisy Motfuttoccompnuied
hy her cousin Miss Miirinl M1.IV.1t.
of l.etlllil'idge. I'l'liirneil Inst  week.
Ijelii   roomed  house  for sale
clieiiji.   Apply ou premises.
1:1.1        Mm. (I. II. (llllllll.
Till-    winter      Wi-lltltel-    Sll    InllU
looked for lins duly nrrivod nml
everyliialy is feeling happy ill consequence,
Miss Maud Whitney, of 1.. tli
bridge, Alberln, is visiting with
In-r friend Miss McKncliern  for n
few weeks.
Iliiiiciii Mcl-'urlinu-. ol Mnrys-
villi* l.uliil.er i-iilu|,-iiiy. wns in
lown severnl ilnys Inst   Week   liaik-
ille   for    llll'll.
.1. W, Robinson hns rented the
Mclnnis house   nnd  expects ids
sister ill n few iluvs who will   keep
house for him.
The pupils nt the public s.-lio..l
lion lime nn hour uiul unchulf nl
noon,   Tlini is more iu lln- li f
common sense.
Tlu-re will lie nn ndjourued meet-
inu nf the trustees of Knox church
lonight lo consider the iiropnsition
o[ enlnrgiiiR the church,
Al. Doyle hns come over from
Fori Steele lo lake ehnrgo of the
(ieniy .1 Doyle stnliles. mul will
reiuniii   in   Craiilirook   for   some
lime.
Mi- Fred \'.. Kiug ivill receive
nt Mrs. M. II. King's on Ihursday
mul Fridny J-th. nud -'lh. .I1111-
iiurv.
Rev. tieui-h.-nii wn- 10 have la-ei
murricd Tu.-s.liiy nt Montreal ti
.Miss Aim.*, Mm Inn.,, uiul il il
Bupposed thut tin- i-i-reiiionv took
pint*,-.
Mr M. I'liir-iui ,,f Winnipeg
6JU1K v.-ry u.-cepiiilily the tmcred
-4..I.. ■ 1 II.-i,i.I iln- Voir, ol .lestis
Sny.'' in lhe Methodist dlMl-ll Insl
Siinilnv night,
U.-i. W, Knneeii, Ink- "I Mon
iiiul. litis heen Becurcd liy Arch-
deacon   Peutrenth   to     iiii    Rev,
lie.-ieliuin's plnce lui lln-  nexl   iwo
 iths,    II- will iirrivi* in ('ran
Im...I, next Friday,
(ieuernl Superintendent -Inmic.
son nrriveil iu C'riinlirook lusi Friday in liis private car. lh- wus
uccompnuicd liy Mrs, .liiinieson,
who reinniin-d over 11 couple ••!
duys to visit v.iili In-i- iiiiiu friends
in lliis city.
.Mrs. M. Mclnnes nntl Imliy  lefl
for Ciilenry Insl Knutln) where
they will visil lor severnl weeks.
Luter Mr. Melunes will «o to C'nl.
tiiiry. und tlieii. with tin- wife nud
hnhy, i;o in C'nliforiiiu for it few
mouths sojourn-
lt is suit! thnt the oilier to close
(lie red light districl goes into
ell'cet oil .Murch 1st. Although
the inujorily of people ohjeot to
the present location, vet tin- whole
town ure up in linns ngniusl till*
new locution si'li'cteil l.y the
milhoi'ilii's.
.1. (Iillis. ol Morrissey. wns in
town Sunilny. The Hernlil wns
in error in stilting th il ".luck'1 wus
inurrieil.      He   hml    iitlentlcd   lo
perioral the luoi-ilnriotts tl I.  hut
tlu* I'nilui-e of n In-other to nrrive
from Coloriuhi iiinde il iuipossilile
for him to It'live on schedule lime.
.Miss l.eiin C'nrlwrighl lefl town
on M. 11 nIn. lo tnke up lu-r duties
is tencher in tin- Norlh Thompson
nililic school, Miss CnrUvrtglil
(Itll'illg Ilei' three yetll-S ri'siilelice
ill Crunlirook Ims sectli-iHl the
respect nntl 111111111-1111011 of 11 wide
circle of friends. She hns heell 11
I'nitlilul worker in lie Methodist
Sunday school mul Epworth
Lengtie. She will In* much missed
liy the young people of tlu-town.
Serious loss to the Community.
Tile Hernlil   is   in   receipt   of 11
letter llnlli II. 11. (Hipill   1 otlllc-
illg tlie fuel Ihnl hi' hns pun-hnsed
u Inrge lui>iiu-ss in DnveniTort,
Wnsli.. nud will remiive his I'mnily
tiiere. Ti.Th,, ||,,ni|,| nnd lo the
people, if Cranhrook nn.l Hie liis-
Irict. this is unwelcome news.
Mr. tlilpin hus heen 11 fixture in
Snulh Kusi Kootenuy since the
curly duys when he wns one of the
pioneer inert-hunts in Foil Steele.
As it lnisiness iiiiiii lie liuil. llii'ii
mnk. 119 his nu-tluals were always
lloliorillile mul ,'ilxue honril. To
those win. were  I'oi'ttinnte enough
10 know him intimately, Ids tie-
pm-ttire is u personal loss. Fruuk.
outspoken, Btrnightforwattl nt nil
times, witli il keen lilisiuess sense
mul 11 Ini.' henrl. (I. II Gilpin will
he smlly missed iii this community,
Mrs. Gilpin, who Ims lone lieen u
favorite with the people, will leave
11 large circle of friends In-hind
her, who will regret her departure.
Tlu* Hernlil knows il voices the
sentiments of the people iu expressing regret over tile loss of
these Iwo estiniulile people, and
iii wishing them pro.-pei-ity und
joy in their new home.
"Beautiful" Cranbrook.
Xec'mwn Register: A copy of
the tTiri-ttmas numl-er of the
I'rnu-r.ik Hernld renehial our
office this week, lt is one of thc
neatest nud most practical puhli-
cuti uis thnt could liuve host! issued
from nny t .wu. lu hook form of
tiftytlir-e puees ti retrospect is
given of South Fust Kootenny.
with it) greatly developing industries of coul. iron, and  lumbering.
The townsite is nil extensive "pluili
la*s.'irt with those striking ruii*ies|
of mountains the duckies aiulj
Selkirks the prcttiut-HS of tliel
situation moving residents to referi
to their town ns "lieiiutifnl" t'riui-
hrook. Glancing into the isigca
of Ihis Xiiiiis edition we notice
some well known Neo*aiwu fnces.
Mr W. T. Reiil who left here
iilauil six yenrs ugo, hns 11 lurge
store there, uml liv the illustrations
of his lilisiuess uutl resideiK*!' is
shiiring in the genera) prosperity,
He is superintendent ofthe Meilm.
dist Sunday scluail. the singing he.
ing led hy Mrs. fleid, whose vocul
ability is rcim-mla-red iu Noepnwn
uud vicinity. Aiiioni*st others
whose |au'trnits nre given is thnt of
Rev. F. W. Altvaclle. lute laistor
of the Baptist church. Neepnwn,
mid of his sou, Fred, who hns
tnken to printing uud nppenrs ns
one of the HertlUl BtiirT. The whole
mnke-tip of this souvenir is u
credit to the puhlishers and he-
s[M-nks 11 western go-iiheatl-nclive-
Klnf   Kellk.
Dr. F. E, King, of this city, wns
united iu marriage Tuesday evening of lust week to Miss Mary
Keith, ilnughter of Mrs. Benjamin
Keith, of Huvilock, N. B.. at the
lioine of C. D. Strong, of Mouctnn.
X. B„ Rev. I). Hutchison, of the
Baptist church officiating. The
liride mid groom left thut evening
I'm- the west, arriving iu Oranhrook
ou Moiuluy noon, nnd were driven
nt once to the home of Mrs. C. I-i.
Nolile, 11 sister of Dr. King, where
Ihey will live for the present.
Dr. King hits 11 large circle of
friends in Crnnbrook, who join
with the Hernld in wishing the
liuppy couple u long life of prosperity mul happiness.
SlOCk   QlMlSllMI.
Furnished hy Ileal,*, iS*  Elwe
brokers. Craubrook B. C.
IU
Wilt* lliiuli* I'liiimiluliittHl	
I'n.V   lti.ll	
\iiii'iii'iii) it.i.v	
lul.'l.llllll  	
'I'liwii Neat Coul	
11
1
,'l
IS
.11.1.011
Imi. Oil and Conl UliienLt-J	
Snl [van Qroitp Mining Cn. U-juiI**..
a:,
.luo nn
IJiiNt Crow. Xi'at Coal	
iiiniiliiin O11I1I Field.	
liili-riinli,,mil ('444U amll'ntiM	
7*-.
11
in
p^^w**<w»*^^w
A STRING ON IT!
Winn y.ui hny 11 liiiiilini |ir. Sen'- Prescription Xo, TT.
11 box of Sell's C.,1,1 Cure Tablets, you linve a sirin» fiisteiual
to your ey uiul you keep ||,,11 uf ,]„• other end.     If they
tail to satisfy, you hnve only to pull the string nnd your money comes I I..    Try n bottl -, r.-, box AT OUR RISK keep
Imili of the Btring. und leiim
It Pays to Deal at Beattie's
lMffi»MMMMaiMMWl
You Need a New Suit
II thut is tho ease, you should la- careful iu the
selection.    We run give you one thnl will l»- sn|.
isl'uctory  iu   quality, workmanship mul  price.
Drop iu nntl s r stta-k.    Onr clothes nre
iiinde in Crnnbrook hy Crnnbrook people.   They
ure suits thnt suit.
Leask & Henderson
f I ♦ I f I * I ♦ I * I ♦ I * I * I » I » I ♦ I 11     •«,*,,»    A-A.A    »    A.    A    A    *l*\*
*J_-S* l*!'|4|!.|^|'4>|'i-|^-|-4>|44>[4-*.|f.l    Ij.^ii..,.      ,,,.,      ,,i.i|SA
®s
®i
®s
®®
THE BIG 5T0RE
Headquarters for High Class Goods for Lass   dies and Gentlemen at the lowest possible
prices. ** **   Special Lines just now, Cloth-
®s
®®
e®   ing for Winter Wear.
®®
I    HILL & COMPANY
P
I
t
1 * 1 • 1»11-1«
«. 1 «■ 1 <i> 1 *; * 1 * 1 s> 1 , ■,,-
<!> 1 <s> 1 -* i * 1 * i * i -•> 1 1 .*   .   •   .   •   •   •   .   •   .   .  it, 11
SCHOOL BOOKS
We are in receipt of a complete line of school books and
parents should bear this in mind when purchasing for
their children.
toilet articles C. E. REID& CO.
»©©©©©©.®Q.©Q0QGQaOaOQQa®QQ3
ll        When you visit Cranbrook stop at the        Q
| ROYAL HOTEL
None Better In the District
Rates Si and up.   Short Orders and Oysters
served in any style Irom 8 p. m. to 6 a. m.
The table is the best, thc rooms are unsurpassed for dean
liness and comlort and the bar is supplied with the best brand
oi liquors and cigars.
|g  L, B. VANDECAR, Prop.
^^B^W^W^W^rf^KfcJB ***** wVMpVHQIIlHflMlVlVVW JWJ^P WiDm>^l"Hl
Mr, Terry one of the new school
teucliei'i',. accompanied hy his wife.
nrriveil Inst i-'ridny mul on Moil.
dny   M.-i il   Ilu-   duties   of  Ids
pisitioll.
Tin- 1'resliyterinii choir, hns nr-
r.-iii-jf.-i I n greal musical program
for Bobby Bums' night,   Th -
lerlniiiilient will  la- given  nt  the
W'eiitliworlh    hull   next    .11 luy
evening.
Leslie l-'ox. who hus la-en fore-
iiiiiii iii plaining mill of Knsl'n building, un-ived from Spokune
KiBileiiuy Lnmlier coiiiimny, Ims Saturday afternoon, broken henrteil
lakeii 11   laisition   with  the Crows over th" snd  news  thnt wns   told
Xest   I'nss   Lumber 1 ipnny. of lo hor on the trnin,    The funernl
wns lield nt 2:110 Sunilny nl'teriuion
Funeral of Carl Bind.
.Mrs. Bund, the widow of Curl
llnnd. the brewer, who met with
his dentil Inst week hv lulling lion,
Wn rdner,
Word   hns   been  received  here
liuii the death of Mrs. Kottinelr,
of St. Catherines, Out,, mother of ,.., , ,  ,,,
,,.    1- ,,     • 1 1      1 (Iiiiiii mul A. 1 leiiiineiis were  tlu
illiss Kottiueir. wns due to tt  dose I     „*-' .,„
,.     ,  ,.      .,, 1     -        ,. .    ipnll   bearers,     Ilu- serviceswer
oi carbolic acid ttiken for meilicine  '
bv mistake.
at tin- Catholic church, Father
Onelette olfieintiiig. 1''. Conrilyl
H. Hull'. -I. Fisher,  I-i. Fbblo, L.
Timber Notice
'I'liill.i ilti.vi- iiftrr ilatr I illtanil In ll|i|'il.v tn
iln-i-liii-li-nintnlaaloner "f liunla uiul worka
ni Vii'ii.iiii. a. 1'., fnr a ,..-t-ti.it tn nit ami
i-iiii'.v llii'ii,,- timbaron ttiafullnwiiiK ilaai-rlli-
.-il IiuiiIh: 1 niiillifiiriliK ill II |iiiNt JIM* fllllilia
Hinilli i.l 111.* miiillii'iiiil i-nraar of l.ut .'Ull
tlii'lli'i,  »*4^t   10 i-haina.  thaaiv aouth   SO
I'llllllia, llii'lli'i at NOeliaillH.lbei.ee lini'tli 10
i-llllilla, 11.4*1,.-.* 44*.'Ht loi'lmliiH to iilai'i- nl
,*,uiiaii'iii*i*tiiHlit.
Ill A. T, Vroom
ilml Juniliir.v Till. IIIOI,
King Mercantile Company Limited
Nnlii'i* ia lirriili.v aivan Ihut Itle Kliifx Mer-
i lile riiai|ian,v Liniil.-I. illtellll  to   n|i|il.v
In i-liiiliite tbe iiiiiiii- nf tile eoni|ittli.v, In "The
Kinu I.iui.Imi Mill*-. Llmlt-al."
iinteil iiii-1"Hi, ila.v of January liuil
i.i W. P. aunt,
Siilii-ilui fnr Illei-illli|inll4'.
Coal and Petroleum Notice.
Tuke notice tlllll thirty aaya after ilnte. I
iiiteinl In n|i|il.v In tliei-liiel I'liianiiaainlier nf
lnmla nml worka for n lll-ailaa In ,.,.,m,.+*.-i Iur
iiml nml iielnileiini uver (lie lollowttlg ile-.*
,-iilieil IiuiiIh. near Kiakineami i-reek. ia Suutli
UiihI K'luleiia.i-i
riilllliieili-lnu III ll |iuHt |.|illitei| iiiljni'eiil   tu
Huiil i-raali mnrkail M. Hi'lliliaa norliiaaal cor-
liel" I'llliliilia Heel   SU  1'liainH.  tlii'liee  Hinilli
su iliiiiliH. I lii'in',' i'iihI slli'luiiiiH.liiel until
Sll i-luiiliH lu lln- liliu-e ul lii'ailillina. ••tuitnin-
iiia uiu ii.i.'. ..ll I.
niiieil Hie isili. of January Hull.
HI M   M.I -
J. P. PAT TON
MACHINIST and STEAM ITTTliK
Any kind of mill work promptly
attended to, Also boiler repairing
ul ll low cost rigid ul your mill. A
trinl soiicitt'.l.
DR. F. E. KING,
DENTIST
OftCII IIOUR'i
'.I li. 19 a iii.
I iii tl p m.
" ui H |i  iu
CI'ANItkOOK, 11. C.
Inrgely attended, nnd ninny friendi
of Ilie lit used   followed   the   re
The bankers of Crnnbrook would ' ,n.,ins t„ tbe cemetery nml joined
like to nrrnnge u hockey match ' in „dininisU*rliig the last snd rites,
with a team picked from tlie rest) '|'|„, window will rt-iuniii in (.'rni,.
of the town. Those interested lm„)k ,mtj] she adjusts Ilu- bin!.
kindly coniiiiunicnlc with .1. A.' ,„,ss „tViiics uf her lute liusbund,
! Motherwell. I 	
I    The Otl.l  Fellows ball will he News Notes.
lieltl on Mondny evening, Fubrnnry ,    Calgary wns visited liy n bad lire
list.    The  invitations hnve been   last week,   Thcloiisenainonuled to
issued and there is every renson to $2o0,000,nnd Uu- Iniljdiugsdestroy.
believe Hint lliere will  la- u  most wl were some of the besl  business
pleasnnt evening.       , blocks lu the lown.
Coal and Petroleum Notice.
Take ....ti.'i'ilial lliirty ilii.va nher ilnte, I
inn-nil lu a|i|ily tt. the elilet cotnmiaaliiiiar ..I
liunla ami worka fur a Ittamaa tu proaporl fm-
 ll uiul |ii<l|-nlelilli over  lhe  tulltiwillK lie
i-iilii-1 IuiiiIh neill Kiakilieniui ei.H-k, ill Solllll
I'JiihI Kimtetuiy:
r iliiliii'iii'iti*r ut   ll   ,44,1.1  iiiljnreiit   In i
ei-ei-k tanrkel "Artluir Sittun mirtlieiiHt
tier," tlieiii-e weat so chain., Unmea aouth sn
I'lllllllH.    Ilielire enat    so    elialna,    thelira
north s<i L-hnlna, to ilie |ilm-e of lie-iiiuiia-:,
i-iillttliliiiiK Uiu iu-1-eaiif laliil.
444444-41 January IHlli. lllnl,
4H Arthur Sifton.
****************************************************
^Just a Moment, Please!        |
If you wnnt n nice, Tender Steak or n Choice Roast, orif t
you wnnt nny kiiul of really good meat, .■  to us.     (liv.- us »
your instructions lo cull daily for onh-rs.     We promise you en- _
a lire siitisfnetion: we nre iu lnisiness to plenseyou 9
HARRIS  & JOLLIFFE |
w***************>*************4*4
>■*-••»«« > ♦♦♦♦♦♦tg'jj}-*. »*>♦♦♦*•»-♦■*>*>* ♦»-*»■♦
Cranbrook
Hotel 3 3
Oseili Comlort ■ Specialty
Oood Sliblini io Conseclioe
Neareat to rallro.il anil depot.    Ha. .i-cnmnual.-
tiuns for the public ntieiiuall.il in Cr.otirook.
Hoi and Cold Baths
JAMES  RYAN
 Proprietor
I
•***••«•
u
. + ***,*>* + •*** + + *** + + *.*>
I   QotoMANNING & LACEY For   I
i
I Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots, Boots and Shoes, I
-      Window Shades, Crockery, Glassware, Etc.     I
®
I
is
i
®
®
We liuve ii gtHfl iissortiiient ill the
iiliove lines nnd our nini is to pleuse
you   with   them.      Prices   right.
MANNING & LACEY,
Successors to Ci. II. (filpln,
)$\A]0\A\A\&\A\A\A\A-\A]*w\A\,$\A\A\A\6\<i<\A\&}A\A\A\A\A
n
Coal and Petroleum Notice.
Tnke tintive llml ttiiriy ilnyn nfter ilate, I
iniHiil ttiiipi'ly in tlii'<*iiH i-inii in iHnii nii'i- uf
IjiikIs mnl workn fur H liii'tiiw lu iinmiH-i-l for
•'nnl tuul lift minim uver tin* fnll-owfiiK <i'-"-
nil it'll IhiiiIk ni'iir Klsklneniifl creek, in Son Hi
Kuki Koofeliu.v!
riilllllli'lli'illlt ill ll l"*-"! |iliinli'i| inljiii-i-lit   In
mt id creek inuik«*.| "lifiirici* Ililli.iiMiiitlnvi*Bi
cornel'" tlieuceeunt Hll chaltm, ilu'ii.-,- uorlli
md i'liiiiiin   t lii'in".' wfNi  hu cbtiiim.  III hu,,*
hoiiiIi HO elinins to tlie |ilm f beglnnitiK,
,-niiiiiiniiiK ■•!" neresol Inml.
IiIIIimI.I1 UIV   INI t..  Ill  -1.
Ill (Iwime Hllller,
The Calgary Cattle Company.
(SUCCESSORS TOM. MclNNISi
DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF flEAT
POULTRY, FISH AND OYSTERS IN SEASON
L
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE im: < ut AN itituoK  i:i:i:ai.1)
THH PRICE |
If yuu [i v   mi vlii tMtatit |.i*i.*    I'm* ;i  s,iit PARTof)\mr j
nn i:.;, i *    isl <'. i... , nutter li-,v, u'*., t th,* t;ii:*i!ii';i(s jin*     [f yon j
(uiy .*'. i' -.-.". i.     ;.,i-'    I'm*  a   Ull   tmtl   ALL   your   m-i n*v   is *
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
wustiil.    If yon buy it giaal suit you   uiusl   pnj-
it   leusl   :i   in
I   I""'
II
II |.n, lot u Mli! iiiii!,' I,, 1
McSWEYN & GRIFFITH, ',
I   Cranbro k Block Cr.ir.bro.ik, ^. C.   \
REAL  ESTATE & INSURANCE.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
LAND DEPARTMENT
FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA
PHONE *)*)
CRANBROOK,B.C.
m
asm;, am
0
SS
Markets
in .ill the
Principal
Towns in
Erilisli
Columbia.
mfflLwmthtWiwm
UP. Burns & Co
Wholesale anil Kel.il
4 Meat Merchants
x»*
0   Fresh and Cured Meats Fresh
$      Fish, Game and Poultry.
0
0
,«f.«4        ,v Wc supply only the best.   Vour
\ trade is solicited.
ffilSElElEillllfSPSEI^fflllsa^lll^faiHPl
H. I.. HTBI'HUNJ*1
AUSTRALIAN HOTEL
BOILERS
and ENGINES
Saw Mill Nachineiy
Planing riili Machinery
Iron Working fWtcl-tinery
Mining riachinery
Machinery for all Purposes
■ All of \ery bust makes.
I   Write
■ J. L. Nelson  *&. Co.,
4 602 Main St., Winnipeg
BRICK
Wc have a slock of
Common Brick,
Pressed Brick,
Fire Urick
and Tile
Those wanting chimneys, fire
places, boilers lined, or any job
work in the brick lim* call or.
Geo. R. Taylor
i*i
tltinc Vnu \n\ Painting In be 1)11111*?
lln An> of Vour Rooms Need I'njierlnjt?
I IF SO SEE
1   W.N.CLARKE.
t     l-.'slillinl'i: sili'll (ill llll'l**!' I'llll
J   Inn-Is.     We ilon'i u-mil   lln
J  i'iiiiii
1     41,11 Mill
I    H-lil.niill
Timber Notice
N'.ilil-ula Inr.'li.v ail* In.l ll.irt.l* llll.ru ni
in-nun, 1 iiiti-iiii inn|i|iii I'l iii" riiii-f i-nin
uilaal i.r 1,'iml-i 'nnl IVnrla, fur n -Jl year
I I 1 In-I.1II1111 in; ill-ni I liunlm
Ciiiniiii'in (UK    nl    11    |ni-l   liliitili-il nil   lln*
nuilli Iniili ul    Ilm k   I' k   lll'lll'   nln'.'-  Ilir
. .14,1 lim-ul l.li..*k 1,-.'.)n (.riiaava aulii  k.
Iln-iii'i' riltlllili*, Imrlll Mlili iin", lln-tiri inal
Milt-ln.iiia. lliinnii uurlli Hll vital,,*., tl.«>»<i>
 1 11311 i-luiiii". lli.-ii.-4>> nuilli Jill. 1I1 iiiiiin mi- iici Hll I'linina, 11 ■■- innl liHOi-liniaa
1 lii'in-,, Waal  Ull) .-Iiiiii k.  I lii-m*,, iinrlli Hn
1I1 iinn llu-m-i* iii-al J-lli-liiiina Ini-aac lii I
l.lm k I.MI'i, ll .,11111111 I Iill iiiiiiii*. ninn' nl
I.'-m In IlillPI' Ilf Ili-Hllllltll*.'.
Huli.l  liililluri 7l||, llllll.
IJ .lllB.SIl'I'li',
Land Notice.
n.iIimm- In-., hi uh,'.. iiiiii iillliln Hilly
lln.ni nlli'l' ilnli- I illllllil III li'i'ily In Ilia
Iiuiiiii' I.i   III i-llll III Hull III 11- ill I'nlllli-i' llllllll
-iiiiiin 7 iii 1 11 iin-Hiiiul atriaiuiaail I-lin
1- lis 1; In   Imi 1 nliHliiii'lliniH, Innlilina
'ni; i a, HiiniiH Hi-, Ii Ilii> Iii'il iiiiiI l.i.i.l-
nl Ilm k I- k. IJi-l K...ilrii:i)   II I'. iiiiiI ll,
inliiiiiiiiiH Iiiiiii lla Minii'i' In alii'ii' (na-k
ii,l4'i-i-i'|ilH('i.i.ia.\i*l I'm- i-nilii.i.i-. nml In
imili'Hinli iiiii'iiii'i'ini'iiiH aa inn.v In' liiai'B-
atil-,y fin*ilrtvtilg nf lii^a, Itnlllln-r. nf liii.lni
nmi i-iiiislinrlina liiiiiina nml iluma tlicr	
nlnn Inin'li'i 1 Inlla na llin Inilgn nl r.411,41.1
• iiiiii may lix,
linii-il .Im 1 711, nnil.
I- M. II Kin*.'
Land Notice.
V.ili.-i. Ih linn-liy itii'di I lint aisl.vilnyanll
-Inl.-II. II   .linl.'lM.li lllll n|i|.lv  lo  III.-  liuil
 1..4 r ill I.iiihIh iiiiiI IViirk. Vli'lnrlli
Fur i'1'iiiii-Hiiui In |iiii''liit-i- Ilu' r.illuivli 1; ilr
.iin.iill I-ilu,ri-1.11 lln-S-   Hiiij-'h iIiit
ill Sllliill I'JllBl Kiiuli'lin.i : I'liniini'lirili** l|i
I In* nuilli in.l  .Miii-r nl  Lot   u-.l.l.a.   III--.1.-1
 Ill till 1J111I11H iiiiiii* nrli'BB In Ilir iiuiii 11
.mv ui lli„ Nil-Ill Slur I.f 111.. 1. inilnnv nr.
 In-iiHli-il.r l.-ii'lialiiBliinr ■ Ima lulliill
im: ll,i.rlitlil iliin.v uf aulil iniliiii.v tu lln
Si.Mnr.v'a rli'i'i'i II ii ni'ali'rlj III i-lialai
iiiiiii'ill I ,h lull,..iinn Hi.'SI M...')'h liv. 1* I.
Iniilil nl i'iiuilui'iK'1'liii'til 41'llllllllllinH I J nil, 1
1 -a III- law,
llnl.il Nmi iiiiii'i- (nli. lllllll.
Ilu 11. M   AiiiIi-i-i.ii
'I'ln- AiiHtriiliiin llul. lis lln-pl.-i'-'-1., put up wli.-ii
you nre in 1...111. Tlu- "Bin Whit.* Hotel," 'Tin
tin- rm-lil [ill	
THE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL
Morrissey Junction, B. C.
Stephens Bros., Owners and Proprietors
II, L. Step^iKS. J. E. SU'ii'uiis. J. I iiwsim, \\. Riickcmliirf
ALEXANDRA HOTEL
Play Ball
Alexandra   Hold
Stephens Bros, & Co,
Cwneri nmi Proprietor!
i'iiiiii      We mint   1
illl Itn* iv
nlile 1 ny
<   j
1   pli'iiwi'   j
I Royal liniil,,riiiiliiiinl,
i 6
I
Hamate
f     Ves.mul lln- CITY   IIAK- )
ii my is ii..- |ii.-i.-i-i,,M,-tiM,i,-,* \
® M-iiliiiii-; i-,-il,i- mid orniunettts *
I in Ilu* Im. si snle.   Wliyseuil
f your older mil  nl Inwn  nml
(f in*lli,*i|.sliiiv.- Ilu* iiviu-i lillik- A
Y i-n liy slii|ipiu-,4.  I'l-ii-is right. J
>•> I'tione 51          Opponlli* ,**. li. I'liarcli J
<•)         C. W.  WILSON, j
*®-®-®-®-®-®--®-®-®-®-®-®-®
EldredgeB
"■T*-_. „ Tho*i,4m'» fjlciradar, hasstoo-.
I.   Af   inrdii,   IlKKT I'l tl.o Sewing
**   '-',     Mni.li, i>„ Weld.
f»*L.I„*«,.    H»i4>   Is-i  N'w  Eld-
I rVirtV   radio. Better thu,
* **** lJ     1 veil and Superior
V-*   ^*— li-.iilollirirf Poaltivetake-
Zeak.rS :;;„;;.:.'. - S,,;^:!!^,\i
nli.mull
mlerj |ioi-l-
1* l.m: Imli
la m I tinted
ki-i.,i nteel
ifiiiinii relen-te] (.iilnuiaUc* tn
tlve f.ait- niolfon I tl: 1 1 ■
bearing wliuel nn 1  , tin n
W-DOdWOrk   Willi :■   I   . 'i'n .1
utt-irti'ii-iiK In '•!■ el I.'i   1 1
Mk v Iraltr 11  11-   in i.ii.ve-l Rltlredge
"II," Mini    ii., lliil  111/ Oily    Unu liim-   lllllll you
have -.'-i-n ii.
National Suwing Machine Co.
nni.vinnRH, it 111.1113.
95Ri*Uil-*('.lr'ri, N-*w  V,.rk Cilv.
t<, Mnilv.il sn,-,t   Clilrngn Ml
Nt-uii-i Uini.llii/,   .iiiii'iunilitii.Cal.
LEROV SWili, AOBNT
Land Notice.
N'i.IIi'pIh hart-by Kiwu llul ivlllilli hIxI.i
ln,vn fin IN iiuiii ll„l.,'il D.ivIh itiil H|ifil.V lii
.|<(.('lii|.fr,.miiiUMi,.ti,*i'..riiii»U -Mfl Wwltti
Vi.'ii 1 In. fur [MTiiiiifiiin tu |iiiM'liiini> tin- Fill
linyliig I iiiiIh in h iiilhi'ilHl K iiiI.'Iiii.v:
I'iiiiiiiii minir nt tin' mirllnvi'Hf pnriinp ul
Illlvi'l' IJillKn'H ii|j|ilii*ii1itih In |iiiriliiini' ml
i.iininjj Tliii'H* |ii-i'i'iii[itiini un  I'.-iry  I'li.-k
1 l.i't mill li Ul i litiiiiH. H.'hl -10 I'lllllllH, noil It
10  I'lllllllH  nnil  iiiHl   *l(l ('ImiiiH   I 1   |illll'l' ill
i'lllll Illl-IIClllll'Ilt
Dtittiil Diwiiiltpr 2ml, IflOlt.
Land Notice.
Not it'll Im lii'ii'liy nlvi'11 llml- Iwu iiiuIiMih nl
Iit ilnli*- hi< Illll>ll(l In n|i|il.v In thi' I hiii
'iiiiiiiiiif.',nui nf I .ii mln ninl VVii'ttH, Vi.
iiuiii, II. I'. Inr I'l't-miiiHiiii in piirt'llUBO lln*
fiillmvlt>Kil<ni'llliiHllj||ilH:
Cniniiiimrlng ni n poat pliintpi] on tlm .vont
lim-..(ill.* li. (!. Kinn Minln'i- liiml Oil lln-
•jnjlo liv. r ut tin- r. I*. UiilHii.v Hglil nt ivn.v
lll'lll'fl Ml Illli tig Hlllllll -til HlllillN,  1 lll'lll ('   UI'Hl
Mliliiiitn*. llii'iiii'li.itlli to rnihviiy ilglit ol
w *,*, tlirini'1'iistt liy nlnii« Hiiiil Kglllof «ii.*i
n (ilin-i'iif I'lHiiiiii'iii'i'iui'iit.,   niiiliiitiinji  IHU
in h« mom nr Wm.
King Mi'iciiiilili-riiiiii-niiy, l.imiti'it,
U8 [i^r M, II. Kinu Mil Iin set'.
[) loJKnilli Btul Kimt..|i]i.v,.\,)v.-*Ui;li.l!iH:i
Timb*:r Notice
I'nk ■'.' llml lliirt.i ilnyn t.ft.'r .',,1,. I
 ip]',.vl
Mu) ii-'s iiiti--i ii.ipiiliir yiHiiij^ pi n
()!<• v.i'iv th,- 1 imlrttutiitK pnrtifs
took lilaci- in iln* [Jiirlora ot lli.
Coamnpolitan  holnl   in  Orinibrooli \"l".T
.M;ii*kiii:.\v     [)HS9t"-l     tlm    shviiiii'i
Olnllitm <m i'Yiil'iy iil'tt-rnt     _h\
in ,*,il proliiibility being Hip  vessel
t   11 v    Li'imirii    iii     his
In      llii'    (WW
Tliursihiy t*.t niu-.   I'n   llml   ilule . ir.    .1    St t ,11
Mr. I*. A. Foot*' nud   Mis:,   flt'ssie    J1. ,\',  '"''     *}! !. ' '   °Tf      '' h
■il siviiilmti III;' ( liilliiin.    IL'  s;ivs
Timber Notice
.Vn'ii'i Ir Imrr-liy nivmi tlmt »I III In thirty
InyHlt li'il ll.ni. «ilii[.|.l> tiiili-i-liiifi'iHi.
iii-^iu-n.f Lmnlri iiiiiI Worka, Vlclorlii, lor
■ h|,i-> inl li.>i *.,-!.., iit timli.-r oil tlio follow-
iiiKil.h.'iilii-il Inml ii''iii'Ht..Miir.iNiivi.| S.mlli
'-'.ut-1   K.ii.litiiiv:    ("nNltll. Htinix III Illi' imilli
nsl M.i-i.-.i-nl Unlkin'Hl -1 li 80, I hour.'
u'i.1 n mill, iiinti'ni-1,'fK In tin* iimt lunil nl
It.   \l    Aii.I.imii'h lii-i'liti', ll -..   in.lil. -in
-IlilillM 111 lll'l.fll'HH III St,  Aimilll'H   |.l''-■'•■!P-
i:n 1. ttii't nml PO I'IiiiIiih mor.' nr Im in
Im si. Mmya  liv.r.  iti-mi'  iln«ti tin- Sl
MntjH (ivi'i* In.'l pullll ilili' Hilllll nf |iu|ii1 ol
i' Htli'llci'lllHll,. Illl'lllll 1-(it)Hi In imiiil. nl
• ■niiiii'ni.'iili'lit..
,).il..,| tli-. Till nf |li Iht III fl. -T.I
In 1924 You Will Sec How
You Looked in 1904.
(ii't ymir picture taken nt oneont
Prest Photo Co. Studio
Land Notice.
Nll'i,'l>    i. Ill'I'rll.V IliVt'll   llllll     Hilllll   Hi X1.4*
illljra IliiiiiiK s. 11,via  will   n|i|il,   In  Ilu-
.'lilli' 'ail -nl I,ninl. nnil  »',nl«,
Vi- tnrta, tnr |iariniaainll In liliri.liaaii lln- lid-
liiiv'lt-r'iiinta III Snutli Boat. Kiiti-alia.v, iiiiii;
I'.-rr.i Crri-kl
1',,'iilili'lliiiiKnl aiinliii'ilHl I'lirni'r of 1'1'ihI
<iii'-    \n     1   iiniilii'iitinll   Inr  liialnr  l-i-iliai-.
'I ll 'Jn I'lllllllH i i- nr Ir-.ln Tin.-,
in-, innlinll   111* ll'-i' I."' 11...i.11-4 HI 1,  lln'i	
 Hi lln llml im,-   I*.-,   ll   I'll-,iniiin
n ,'• a-ifilii-nlina Iii. liiiiln-r I i-i-iim*. I Inn :''l
i-lin na iii-l In |>l Hi' nf I'liiiitariinllii ll-.
lli l.\l li.i-nil.ir-.'nl. lllllll.
Ciii'kliiii'ii tt-eve mill,   ii -i-'n«'
hy   Krv.   W,   tl.   l-'.iiliiiir.      Mr.
I'liiitr is Mnyii-'s i-liti-liu-isiim
lilllnr. llllll um- nl' Ilir   niosl    Illllllil.
api rii I'll men in lln' town; Miss
(Joekliui-.il ilni-iim l..*i- eu-ii.li.iioi
Ill-re Ims eiuli-iireil herself In tin
lieiipli-i.l'lln- |,l.-,i-i-.     Mr. nml Mi's
l-'imii- will dike ii|. tlieir li  iii
lln-   Stone   Imilil'lig  i.ii   Vielorin
Hi ll'.'I.
FERNIE NEWS
I' iln* I'll-.- I'ri-ss.
W. A. Wi'listi-r. ,,r C'iil.,'iu*y, lins
Inken i-lini-M.-i.I'llii- Fernie iimill-ll
..I' tliiij, C'lilgavj Cuttle coniiniiiy.
Mr. Webster urouiis s lo In- nn
ellicii'iit iiinnnifer.
Th,. Kn-t Koolemij* llutlliim
i*iini|iiiu.v lins suiil. iiiii il- Fernie
interests lo A. Mutz. Tin- tiriee
I in 1.1 wns 25,000, Ml*. C!np|i will
iieivnl'ler iiniili* his iittenlion in
Ills Cl'lltilll-ook lnisiness.
I!. I.. Henderson, Micln-1, hml n
 II.- iv v,',|   from  hi-  leg  In
Dr. M.-SiiiiIv Insl week. Mr.
Ileiiili'i-si'ii li.nl lieen r'iiii|ilniniii-j
of p.iin t'i'si'inliliii'4 I'lieuiiiiitisiii I'm
sum.  lim,. which (Hilled in liii-ntiim
tin- ill,-.    '1'hr 'die is n   Kold
hi'iideil   .nn*.    un.l.T-i.-,- I   nml   old
fnshioiied,   Tl ul- wny in which
In- cnn nu- nml for il is llml when
ti laiy he run something inln liis
fool which troubled him Ini* sonic
lime.	
WINDERMERE NEWS
I'i"111   III"  U'il I   Ulll.r.,;.
"Hub,, Chuili'v" Ims moved I'roiu
Tliiiuder Mill ninl is npiiilim 1*1
A. Sninlls'old I Inl ('mini l-'lnl
(ieorge (ienry nrriveil here nn
Sunilny I'rinii l'i-,-iiili;-i,.ik wiih  uev-
end miners, wlm' hnve  nil   gone
up lln hill In .mil; nl tin- I'm...Imi
mine, Mr. tlmr,- look hack si",.
ei'iil iiflhe' I'liii'iiii^.iii miners,
Mr  .-iini   Mim.  Wnli   nrriveil
front West Kniil.'iin;,' hy Mm Onni-
lirii.ik singe mi Sunilny. Mi:
Wntmiu Ink,'., the position nl' fore
ninn nl the I'll nu I inr mini'
lliere were nn signals nl' distress
displny,-il. lllltl lite Ms. kiimw's
ii.'iii-crs. nnl renlii'.liig Unit tlie
sleiiiner wns in such sti-nils ns it
was ilfiei'wiirds lenrueil ahe wns in,
einiliiiiieil mi their voynge tn
Ti a. nl which iinrt tin- steniner
lll'l-ived nil SnllH'.lny lllol-llillg,
Cnplllill Sliiris snid tlmt llllll sn
much ii4. :i r.ii'k.'l of othnr signnl of
lislress been displnyed l.y Ilie
fouiKleringClttllniii, tin- Miu-kiiiiiw
i-inilil 1'iisily linn- nt once pul tn
her assistance.
Rev. C. MeKillop Resigns.
Ijothbridge News: A very large
number nf citizens both count cteil
with   and    illilepi'llilent    nf   KlIOS
church, will deeply regret thnl
health considerations hnvdeonvinc-
,'i| Hev. C, MeKillop of the mlvla-
aliility nf resigning Ilu- pastiirnle ef
lhe church over whose work he
lins presided I'm- sn ninny years.
Although his resignation was accepted,   il   Was   eviileltl    fl'Ottl   the
I I Ilm Iiii" liuil   tlie  eiin-
gregaliou in  m pliug  it did an
m in defence to Ida temporal
welfare limn from nny nllier reason,
It will I™* gratifying to Mr. Mc,
killnp's iniiiiy friends loknow that
although In- will leave ..ur town
Ida services will slill be given tn
tin- adjoining district, In- being
local d nt Llnyiiiouii mid devoting
llliial nf Ilia lime tn iiiiaaiiiiiary
work, A inniise will he built at.
liayill.niil. uml tile eliiu-t-li mission.
Ill-y society is to lie eiuigi-aliilaled
nn tlieir wise choice of a man In
undertake lliis wurk.
Should be Proud of II.
T. I,.hrl, lln- well known liter-
(-In,n - nl' Pincher Creek, was in
Inwn    novel-Jll     ilaya     last     week.
Speiiking of The Hernlil a a'.
lie snid: "'I'hal was a great, pape-
I Iiml, mine around Inwn and
allowed il In the people tn let. Ihein
know ivhnt tin- Oi'iinlu'onk  Hendd
 Id iln iii   lliiil   line.     II   waa a
big a lii'i'iis'ineiil I'm- Craubrook
ami I'n- district, and the people
line : h.iiild In* proud nl it."
Liiml. in.l  Wi,ik- fnr n  HI   ii.,ir Irani, ,,l
l!i'(i,!loiihl*ldt'M,|'il.|..l 1 1-:
I'nait in,- nt n |oal p'tlnti'ii nli .nl   liiu
mil.nuilli mil nl....il luu lllllna wi al ul Ilia
 ,.'■'■ n B iii-al 11111
.. lln* ll-i-al I..mil v   liin>
III Lllllliil
> ni.I   III.) i-linilia,
iln-  nuilli   I Imllia lu  |m: I ruin
II. Ill uv Illli. inm
i J ni. li. Kitni
ITEMS  FROM  MOYiE Might Have Saveil Passc-igers.
  Vietorin (' iii.ids::   Tin' slentner
I'lMin m.ivi'i.i'ii.ii'r Mackinaw,  a  lnry-4*  steam  collier
.(naepli Nii-i|,-rsla,ll Iraniiacled p.-issed williiu n few miles and in
Inisin.-sii in Cranbronk lln- lirsl  of L|,j|, siK|,| „f i|„. sleaiuer Clnllnui
the week. ,,,!!   L** I Iliil J   llftofllOOl! when tlllll ves-1 ,'iM','i
P.T. Sniylli mnl wil',- hnve  re. Bel was foundering, nnd  Imi ll,l''','|"[.S^;,.'];';!||.'ll^™''71'i',|'''i,1;"
lunii-,1    I'rnin   I'.lnir  mnl   uill lieen any  Bignals  nf distresB dis-1'*1   '"' ""''l;IM--  '"-I  "ul •'
i-ciuaiu here for a li  played from tin-  sinking Clnllnui.
„,. . .,   ,,      ,.    . Caplain Stoi-ra. of the Mackinaw,
Tl -Illlieis    nl     lhe     .Mn vie '
. I,,,,,- n i snys that iniiBl nl   lln-  piiaseugei'8,
ot ini or (lilil Fe owa are planning     •       ... ,"    ,
,,       , . I   in.   all. W10 weie   hen  nil    Mill
ogive n hall mi M,,i,dny  eve g,    ,, , ,, ,
p|,. ol     lhe    Vessel,    enlllil     hllVC    heell
'"''"'•*'     '' aived    hy    lln-    Mnekinaw.        llul
('.in. C-lolding is hen- In iu Cinu-h|u,n, Km nodistreas signal alioivn,
In-ook ami will.I.. Biiliie ninsonry ,„„Hlie Mackinnw passed l.y the
work for the Jloyie Iiiunbi-r com- Linking sleiuner without niiyone
lif'}'. Mm  tin Iliiu-  knowing in   wlm!
II,   C'aine    iiianiiger  nf lhe dire extrnmll.)-those on the Clallam
Moyie Ltnnbei-cuiupiiuy. met willi  W'ere placed,    ll   has  I u  sl; I
ulli le n severe riiinwny I idenl on      liow I rue il is dilllcnll   I,,  say
I'alineis   Imr   Ihis   i k.      As  ii  that the Clallam'did mil  have any
resell  he is  i.iill'eriiie   li   some  nickels or other  menus  nf signal*
severe liruiaea. ling ou boanl, linvlng not ao much
, ,,.        .        i-i, ,,|as   a   lirecracker,      The   nteainei"
A       Wl-l Illl ll;;.       HI       Wllll-ll      tWO     ll!
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company
owns lirge areas of choice agricultural lands
in the Kootenay and Boundary Districts of
Southern British Columbia which are offered
for sale at from
$1 to $5 per Acre
on easy terms of payment, s Timber leases
can also be obtained on reasonable conditions.
&&mMy
Iii lln-Simiii Iv|.i.e., .1. r AriiialriniR,
Imtili'li ill I'l'iiiiliriiiik.
ii'iMiiiMi.l Iin.iln-i-iili'i.i.  Ii r
Iii-lu ;   vi.'
( iUBffi*
111   llH'I'll   Uiilil' I.'.  Hi'    Iifi-Ml.llll
'I'lllll-   41, ll|,'„    llllll     Illl'    .'11,4,1., I>4|l,|,,|   llllllll
lift  Illl Illl I   in- Ina   ll-J'lill-l   ,1111 In
an annum tnr Ilm [.i-lniiliujil.iliii:
Till'pllllnl Ks.lniiii i.fiir  lln' mini ,.r.-.ni
lu-ii-a l.n- u. i.l- -,.i I nnl .1.1,......   I.i  lln
lilntalllf lul tin .11 1 im  nl  i'i--... nl	
An I Inkn nnlii'i-llml   liy n ,l.i m.I.I. 1.
i'-iillll i.i.l-.* ul llii- 1,1111,1,  I.r..I  Hi,.   ITlli
1I.I.V nt lll'll I  Illli:l, il   11 ill-rail Unit
lla- liliilnlllf tin nl   Hi Hi-  M -i>in' tm,Hi.
nliui'ii an mini... tnmlniu, 1.1 inilillaliiau 1	
Ill 111,. Bllilllll'.ll'l'l'l full* -Ml    I4.MMIIM  ..
I'lii'l'i-niilir.Mili   IL-i.e.I     ,.,l.',.|,..|  in   i'iiii,
Iniiuli. ll.C, iiiiiI iiii 11   I 111- iiilliin Illllllil
11111 111 1,4 rnili-l'lll  lu anid ili-lluii
III. .llllllll I.Mil,..-II .I II M    Illl.ll I M.->
144" II1IIIIII-44.i.l.
illlil Illl illllllil  llll'l— lull i-ll'.'l' -lll'll
li,|,„li.  1   ii.i'.i.'.li.ii;!.,'  Ulli: nl   lllll   lllllliil 11' iiiiiiii .- ii  llila  Ilnli ....4 ..III,
 liar. lima.
W, 1' llnr.l, Iriiiilnnik. ll.e.
111 It Hiillti Inr (ur llin I'lntiiliff.
«!*'.iv>:
lllllli'l' II l*iillil  ill K,1.ilrIlll.i. Ini'ilrl! I.l
Purl sii.,!.',
II 1   Riga,  nt  I'iiii.li link.   II.I'.,
!      M.nl-iiiil. I'lniiil.lf.
Ilrm     ra.
Crank Ni'k.i'i-iiii'r'iMill'i-iiiiliiii.ik.
I       11. IJ, lli'ti'liilll.l.
Tn I'iiii, I. \i.-k, I In-.I.-l.-Iniiin-
Tiiki-n.itii-i-Itint lln- nliiivi-iiiimi-il |ilniii-
llff, Ima I'nnuiiinri-il ni-llun nirnlnal yuu li>
1I1 Imili * 111,111 4-. im Hi,, t.il'.iiiiiiui'liiiiii:
Tllii| I illl! fl'a llnlli Ik Inr I In* I'lllll ul Sll
7.*. l.ri.it l,»-lnmla inlil inil iMInrml Uy I lip
lilninliff  tu  tin*   il.-liiiiiuiii   ni   I'riiiiliriink
ii'iir.-iiil.
Ami mU ilili.m llml  l.y 1111 iii.I.-r ..(.1   .1.
I'-inin. ju.liti'iil lliis .ilnlnl tin- 1 Till ,I11.1
ulli™lnlior, 1111111,11  una .ml.-ml   llml Ilia
I'l.lillliil I   lil J ltlM'11,'11.41,11 1,1111'
iiiia,.'.l .l.r.'iiilieit, Ii.i- inililialiliiR nutii-n ui
Ilia-mid nr.li'i in'11:111 iiii-n-iiiliri'l-" is a nl Ilir
I'ri.iilii'i n't li.-i .11. imlili-lnil nl I'raliln k.
11.a,nnil iiui tlm nm'' iiilliin "in.-h .mn
 vi-.n-rii iImihIi- mli' In mill nation la.
illllllil 31 ilnva luni Ilia ilnli. ut <liu service
nanfuriaiilil,
An-. 1 -ki'iiuCri' iiiiii iinli-aa yoin-iili-r ailali
i||a|iiltonnta iiii'iuiliii'ii.v, jinlynialili uill In-
Klii'ii luniasl .11111 in .iinir 11 Imi'iii',,.
Iiii Inl nl I'raiiliraiik.llila Ilnli ilnyiil Hi-
ii'iiilii'i'. lima.
W. I*. Huiil. Iriinliriiiik, -I.l',
'lll-ll Hii'Ii-ilul Inr Mm I'lnlnllft,
liitlii'l' in Cunl ul Kniili'iinv Iml.l	
l-'iirl ai",i„,
I Mil 1   ll., 111,1 , ul I r.n,111,11,k.  II
I'M'.. I'l.iii.lill,
Ill-Ill,™   tt.
Crank Ni.-i..
I     iu™. -
Tn Crunk Nll-k, llin,1,1 Inlil:
TllllMlll'ill. llllll.  Hll'   Illllllil   lll'l I    llllllll'
nil Ima I'liinini'ii 1 il 1.1'li -rjilnal  .inn  lit
iiiiljiinr.v si - ),„■ lln- I11II1111-I111, rlniiii:
Tliu |ilal. Ilff'a al Ih Iur lln' an»i..l.:i'J
lii'lllltlll 1 ninl  ilmi li.v Mm .|..|...,.l mil..
ilia liliilnlllf lor iiiiuiii aulil anil ilvllvrml liy
lliii|lii'lillff Iii ilm .li'l Iiiiii aa imi Imili ui
lln, |.laliil lil-   luiri'ln
Ami Ink Iin, Ihu  liy an nrili-r ut.l. A.
Cu in, Inil*-nl llii-  1. ilnl'il lli>' mil.
ilny lit II iiiln-r, lllllll. il. nn. inil.'ii'il Hull
Ilm liln'nl iil.'iil  lil...1 i.v li in .run.Ilia
ill,,,11. in.iti.-.1.1. l..|i,l , liy |.iil.ii, Im,,; mil liv
uf lln- a I'd Inr lu Imir ri uh ii-.-.- laan ia i.l
lln'luu,In,,1,1: ll,-ml.I. |. il.lii-h.-.l nl I'iiiii.
Iii-uuk, II. Il.n .il lli.il Itn. Miiiii a II kin iiliii-li
.nm niii.v i-i,I,<r n iliaimli- liiui, lu Huiil iu linn
III'11II.I111 Jl  lii-Ii, Iimlntii nil Illl H nin'
114 iiiin. »ii.I
Ami Ink Ini-11,  I iinl.a, nm in.i,t .lii-Ii
,li-|iuli' null' ie: .!iii*('.v. jiulniii-nt   niil I...
Illvi-n UK lla.I .41111 Il1y1111rai1.nl	
Ilnlnl nt 1 mil.1 nit, ii.i:, I'na iiuii tlm
1,1 ll,.-..Illl.rr, lllllll:
W. I'. (Innl, rmiiln I-, He.
Kll .    K . I.ii, ur I.ii I'lniieui.
Tnr Maps und further parliuulurs upply In ihc fntini in-; Local I.and ..gems:
V. Hyde linker. Craiilirook, II. t'.     II. .V M. Uiul. Nelson, P. ('.
11. ti. Bruce, Wilmer. II. ('. .1. A. Mi-Call  Grand l-i-rks.li.C,
I. II. Wilson, Wniiluer, 11. ('. IS. Miillnndniue, Jr., Qreslon, P.. C.
W. M. Frost, Gateway, Mont.
Or J. S. DENNIS, British Columbia, Land Commissioner, C.
I*. R., at Calgary, Alberta.
MAKE MONEY
BY BUYING A SURE THING
THE STOCK OF THE
St. Eugene
Mountain
Mines, Ltd.
Its property is located on the St. Eugene Mountain.
It has the St. Eugene lead.
It can be bought at 10 cents per share.
It is backed by mining men, not mining fakirs.
It will increase in value.
To make money in mining buy good stock lonv
and sell on the rise.
BEALE & ELWELL,
Cranbrook Agents.
Robinson=McKenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kinds 01
Rough and Dressed Lumber
♦fi (•>•
KING MERCANTILE CO.    j
Sawl Planing Mills
Malilll'iicl.lll'el's ul' Rough and ill'essnl
.LUMBER.
HANDLEY'S
LIVERY, FEED
QG0RQ13 A. KERR,
ARHSTRONO AVE.
SALE STABLES,
CRANBROOK,    ■     -     -     B, C.
DRY WOOD, ALL LENGTHS
Slab Wood and Fence Posts
Safe lliirsi-s.    Iiiimi KI(H.   Comlurtuble
.Vtiinuiiniliiliiiii--.   Drivers und (tins
for any pari if District.
Paul Handley, ■ Prop.
J. M. DERR,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
Repairing; Promptly Done.
Footwear to Measure a Specialty
_C-

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.cranherald.1-0068169/manifest

Comment

Related Items