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THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
VOLUME  (1.
(-1IAM1IIOOK,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA,  THURSDAY,  M.VIK'li
Mini.
NUMBER   4H
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Head Office. Toronto.
Hon. Oko. A. Cox, Presiilc.it. II. li. Wai.khh. .'.i-i-. Mie .
Pali V>  Captlal     M,TM,MMI
Real                .I.OIHl.tKlll Wl
Tout  »,.oarcc».N„i,111.-II.I  s.l.imfl. Ill
Deposits Received.   Ocncrnl Hanking llusincss Transatk-tl
S4VINIIS BlNli UEPADTItKNt   tltpmlH k'ticlicil   laltrcll AlltncJ.
HKKSRNl* KATI: QP INTBRBST THRBB PBRCBNT
DANklNIl HV M.lll.-l>.-|.,i*.ii-.unv 1,,- mini I iinii-i.nmi in mini.
Out ul tin,II in-i-iiniltH ri i.i- every iiIIi-iiIIhii.   t't.tiuutu,t.-)lliulul Biluri»*..-il
imi iii.m,-i nt tin- (Jninlin.nl, lirancli mil rw-olvo t t|.l ntlmitlim.
CRANBROOK BRANCH. F.   . MA1.PAS, Manager.
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I      IA1PERIAL BANK OP CANADA      f
5 Capital, Paid Up $2,983,3% 2
J Rest $2,636,312 *
I HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO, ONTARIO. |
J T. R. Merritt, Pres.   D. R. Wilkie, Vice Pres. and Gen. Manager J
WHAT IS WANTED
The  Heroltl   lins   foil  .-.smut,*,!  Oniiniluin I'iicifl.-      Like  WU „
It*  the start tlmt ii   w.is on]    ;i   the) wiml the i ,,!<
i|tii'stiuii of liiiic when nettuil
b true tbu wurk would uoinmen<     it'
: CRANBROOK BRANCH S
I SAVINGS   DEPARTMENTS^™ |
J A general banking business transacted. Drafts sold availa- *
* ble in every part of Canada, United States and Europe. Special *
S attention to collections. F. H. MARSH, Manager.     J
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JJ    In writing our cntiuetl goods bargain side "ndd.",wo thought
ft    tlmt it would appear in two issues of llio Herald instonil of
}8   one, thus reducing the timo from  ten to three duys.   On
}J   act-ount of-this error it grent  number of out* friends hnve
Jg    been disappointi-d in justice to ull those who hnve m.i lind
*2*,    the till..- to take u.lvi.utgc of the ruli-cud prices we beg In
inform vou that
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Ft. Steele Mercantile Co.
Limited
East Kootenay's Big Mail Order House.
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ernniii.-ile mjuins!  tin-   city   tn   till.
'■nil tli.-il It iii i\ In- -01111'     in *r.- ml.
i.iiii.I-. -..ii ■- • i. -11 • 1. mi.ie ., -litre tlllll]
the C. P. R. extension to Kpc' * it in ut pn-ai-iil Tin lueinls-rs of
This |i;i|m-i-Ims set forllt on -.ei,iT ile- Spukfiin Shippers' its-.tx-inliou
oi-ensions   lln-   reasons   »..- this dim.- promised nml  l-ouinl  then
mini nniilil   In-   Imilt.     ml  thus.*
reasons in re simply the logical ile*
lllliliolis tn,nli- I'iiiiii ii    enivl'lll   sllt*
vej nf tin- inforiiinttoii ut linnil nud
existing litioiis.   TheC, I'   li.
ns  M   liniisi-iiiiliiientul   line,   musi
prated il
si-lies to nn tlgD-cmeul tn ship
nothing In .un of tin- N'ortliern
Pacific nud iiri-.it N'ortliern rail-
wt.ys  uiilil   wli.it   thoy   wnnt   lins
Ih-i-ii  ;.!-< ■ I IP-, |
Tin* l-oy.-ott.il fniiils .-ire plenil-
iiiu iii'li lhe slijppow hi ulmitgi1
.tlu-ir uiin.l nml give thom tlieir
jnbiBl oilier trniiB- biuinras, Imi iln- shippers tiro
eotilineiiliil lines. Tin-Mill roads olxJumU- ami sny tlu-y intend to
were etieroui'liing iijhui lie* (', I', Istiek tu their plan until tin- desir.
R. territory, and in self ilefeitse, I'"1 rates lire grunted.
 ('.   I'.   If.  must   rt-n.-h some     fo'lK however, is pr, sod from
,       ,,.,, Illl    Ullcxpcctcl    illlnrler    lull    tlie
stratgette i it ou tin- Hill sys. aliipiK-rs m-UI liuve to wail  for .-.
lllll-     Npokl  is   tlmt    |Mlillt.   Illlllj, sillerulile liliu- for il.      llii, inu
tile imtni-nl i
for tin- 0.   I'.   R.  nils.il thai  tin- Ci
4   ill
fo reiieli. When thu lirst |„|k of
the 1'orliin.Turner rond wns start-
oil, although uo Information .-..ul.l
I
I'utiilii
.ml Ilu* t'orbiti-Ti
linie  lieell  e\le||i|i>i|    III,. -    S|iokl	
from  ni'.'ir tin* Innl  nf  ICootoiiuy
hike bt-fnro tl mini' tin*  prosonl
In t-ott-
tippers!
II you win this   lighl   iln   lllll   In-
h.-isty nntl sign nny eonti-uel which
Will    llillil     VOU    lot'    tpty    ilelitlite
pt-i-ioil, fm- thu 0-iiiiiiliiiii  I -.-..-iii.-
tinil ('orliiii-Tiiriiei- t-oiiil is surely
lllllliil*' into Hptiknun nml will give
ymi I'm- liellei- r.-il.-s limn those you
nn- now uskiug from the Mill muds.
Willi.     Before llllll is: I|ilele,l
your, theCniiadinii people will Inin Spokane."
It   is   now   stilted   nn   reliable
imtiiority thnl I). ('. r.nliin. whose
llllllie lins long lieen enlllleeleil
locally "illl this Hew lllnle    nl'    Ihe
Canadian I'neilii*. is in lhe ensl nl
this tini,- innking urraiigemi'iits to
linuiiee the rn.-nl. Sennloi' Turner
left for the eusl u few ilnys ngo,
ostensibly to try It iiiso before the
supreme t-onrt.   it  wns stilted nt
lhe ti  In- left llml   he    wnlllil    lu
ll- seel||-|,||. yet it wns genernlly | yenr. The ptirties win
eiini'|.i|eil in rilllwny plrcli'S Ihut tln*|strilfl this lim- sny In I
movement wus n ehil.l born nl' (.',
1'. li. enterprise uml shrewdness.
Tinlny that [iiformntloil is public
property, nml now it is only ll
question of ti portion of lite route.
It is only  to in- ilei-iihil   whether
the 1-iMil will be built    I'll.Ill    Vllllk,
or front tin- fool of Kootenuv Inke.
but e.'ervlltiiig seeiiis In fnypr the
I'ofllll'l-    lllllll'.        | tilt.    III!    Il!!|lle|-
wln'i-li is si-leeieil, Crnnbrook will
reap tin- benefit uml be lhe llritisli ('n)iuuhiu terminus of the new
ronil, In tithi'i' words Cranbrook
will become the objective point of
nil tlmt ininii-nse southern triiHic,
Imili freighl nnd passenger, This
new ronil wil] do this lown more
gonil thun nny othei* improvement j gone for n month or two. ll ii
now known nml will be the ini-niui now lonrued Ihnl af'.ot- his lnisiness
of rapidly increasing Ilu- po'piiln, Js eoniptcti«l in W.*«l.iu«t<iii ,-it.v
'; , . . ''m he will linn .Mr. t'orbiii in New
tion nii.M.iisinoss iniporUnico "I; v„,k. „,i,| t.^-n,,-,-tl„-y will push
liiiuiu'iul ai-rauge tits for the new
litis Crnnbrook
As evidencn of the fool ilml Tin
llet-nlil hns mil boon indulging ii
hot nir talk, when referring to llii.-
Iini' from Spokane through tin
Kinitennv country nl Northori
lil.ilm in'i llritisli ('..huiil.in con
unction with the Cnnadillli  I'm-i
<;»    project, tin- following   s|„-,-ii,l  to      (ft,, „,,„„.  ..,,l|ra Spokuno uu r
-1|    the Nelson News i» publishedi        chants  nm'] jnbls-rs linve lopket
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WE  HAVE f
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ii A few desirable dwellings for sale; excellent locality; <U
,'' easy terms.   Also a few colbiges to rout.
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St. EHgene and Sullivan Stocks     M
f't Are likely to take a jump up .it any moment.    Gel in 11
en now and make quick money.    For furlher particulars *>'
J   Beale & Elwell   i
11 Mining Brokers & Real Estate Agents H
f| Cranbrook, II. C. jil
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XlllJlflJI*l«l''-l-ll*l*-i-«-.*i!-M •   •
Jlilll.el-
Spokmie,    Pel),    2(1,   Spokniin I .villi longing eyes townnl  Hi
j merchnnts nrt> eugngiH] iu n strug- dcpeiuli'tif Cniittdinn  I'm-ilie rotul.
gle wiih tile Hill muds, tile  (iri'llt  which il is lielieveil will givo  Sjmi-
| Northern nml the Northern Pncille knno merchniits ilu- long hoped for
siiiiilnt* tn innuy 11-*.,-.^,^. u. .imi nf rules whenever it  secures ll  con-
'the Nelson wholesnlers ngninst   the   lieeti.ill ill tl 1IV.
'THEMINING ASSOCIATION
Tin* Provincial Mining nssnein.
iinn   lii'lil tt  very  iniportaul  ninl
profitable   u ling   Insl   week  nl
Vietorin, wlu'eli wns largely ntti-ml.
wl by ilelegiites Irniii ull  over the
provillie      ' lllii-els Well* il.-,*,.* I   ,-is
follows;
President, John Keen-. 1st Vi.-.-
present, John Ilol-soni 2nd Vi.-c
pri-sident, Rowliiuil  Miichini; Kx.
iillliv ittee.     Atllll,    •!      II.
Ilron-nlee; ('niili..,,. John Ifoppi
Cowielian, I*. .1.  P.-ursou; Clrantl
l-'ofks, (ienru'e W. Iti illilierger;
N'elsnu.  beslle   Mill:    Rossluilll,    IJ,
li. Klrby; Revelstoke. W. M.
Ilrown: li. I'. McLenniin; Vietorin;
Hon. Kilgnr Dewdney; Vule. A. li.
Il..wse.nn,| Vmir, ll'. W. Moore.
AlllOllg lhe illlpiil'lllllt I'esolllliolis
curried wi-i-e tin- following:
"Resolved, Thnl Ihis cniivqillinil
is heartily in favor of lln* Dominion goveruiuellt lippoilltillg tn   the
cnbluet it iitlulstor of mines In view
of tin- [nut thut tl'onuiiutil inliieml
niilpul nf lln- Pacific consl ..I' Cnn
mln is now over $ilU,OUU,UUU nml is
rapidly iticrcasiug, i-espt-ctfully
rei|llest ihnl the iniuister of mines
lien rc|ireseululive I'l I the    I'm-
lie const of Ciintultt."
WhoJ-etlS tllOrt!    in   genernl   inln
plaint of wholly iiitui-ccossury uml
prolonged  tli-luy   in  the ins I
erown griiuts I'm- mitit-rul clniins
nfter |ir'i|ier itpplicutiuii Iheii-foi-i*
linve been timilo, whereby gi-nal iu
eolivelliellee mill ol'len loss lire sllf-
fereil   by   intending   sellers   nml
buyers of mining propei'llos.
Tlierofore   he il   resolved, thai
the ptlivilleinl govet'liineilt lie ft'.
i|llesteil lo insist upon    ils   oliii'i.'lls
issuing iiiiiI forwuriling i-r.iwn
grunts foi' lliiln-litl eluilus within
nftei-ii duys nfter |.i'n|i'-i' iipplii'ti-
tiotis Ihorofori- hnve been r ivod
ut Vielorin,"
Resolved, Tlmt tin- govornin-.Mil
of llritisli Columbia respectfully
he rci|iicslcil to consider lhe question of ini|ii'oviug liu- ctHcieiicy <-l
lhe l.iiri-.'iii of mines uml fringing
il into closer touch -villi tin- mitiiug
iiuluslry. uutl particularly in sn
improve the nature of its opt-ntr
tiiins i-iiul ils roporfs ns ti ussist
the milling industry by acit-utillc
mnl genlogienl inl'iii'llinliiin. nml lu
nvoiil iinvthiiig wlileli inny In- mis*
eonslrueil ns ntl'eeling the eonutier-
•-ii-.l |.i-.iri|n-.-tri uml clitillis of minim.'
dislriels.
Why Smilh Led Home. Purl Ariluir Bombarded A-(aln.
'    On Krid.ty niglii. March 4, Mr.     I lon,*Mnrcli  I.   A disputch
CI*.  W'nlker's coimxly couipuuy to the Dnilj   Telegraph   from Vin
will lm hen* nnd present thai   I'iiiii* Kow, tlntetl   l-'eliniury 211th, snys:
ous comedy by (I. II,  Brondlmrst, l-'ifi fapancsewarships furioiis-
ontithil "Why Smith Left lloine." ly bonibni-di-d Purl Arthur from It)
whicli is the compniiion  piece tn u'clock nntil 12 o'clock 'his iiiorn-
i "WTitil llupiH-u.-il to ill s," uml int,',
f.-lls even ii funnier   simy.    Mr. Thi- Russiuii   cruisei's.   Novik,
| Walker's comimuy hns U-i-n mi a Askokl  uml  Hitynii, ni nipn.iinl
ninst si ssl'itl triii I" 'he  I'm-ilie by four torpedo bouts, sU-nnietl mil
coast, presenting "What Happened to meel   lln-  utlnck,   They  were
- to .liiites"iinil is now returning with ! forcotl lo retire.   The Askold wns
I lhe --Sniiili"   eiiimilv which hus in a sinking condition, iln- Novik
never before lieen Been outside tue-j wns liuillv ihimnged, uml  u torpedo
iin|i,iliiinn cities,   Tho excellence boal  wus   sunk.    Tin-     Russian
Bill MEETINO.
PETER'S BIG TALK
v '".-"Ifun  Itaxation   uml the higher enst of
ll.. we   inteiul    in   limvr  our labor.     Tiny   stnte   they   cannot
freight rub's on lumber shipments I lower their  prices  i-  mn- -neat
from Vim iver in  points iu theloxteiit,     However,  iln- profits of
Nnrthwesl   nml  Mllllitubn?   Well. I the niidille t y\ xeessive   ■
liui-illy," Bitul Mr, I-' W, PeWrs, | tlmt limy lw where tlie trouble'Hes,
We hnve not yet -iv.n th.- luuiU-r-
nien definite n-| li.-i nn sume of tile
nssisinni ftvighl IrufHo miiuagi-r of
wislifii lines, .f iheC P. If. iu nn
interview this iniirniiiL-. Mr. Peters reneh.-il the city Suiiiluy from
Winnipeg, his headquarters,
"Shortly la-fore I left Winnipeg,"
continued Mr. Peters, "the tiinlior
innuufncturors of lln- consl mnl the
, 'row's Nest district met us with it
rcqnesl for torn reduction, but we
inlil them emphatically   tiiut  we
could nol t  Iholr wishes.   We
i-xplai I to ihem thut the increase
i ir rales of taxation in  llrirtsli
C'uhiihbia rt-uderetl it impossible
I'm* ns in consider reductions in
rules. It wus furlher explained
In lie- liiinlierinun thnl the ex-leuse
nf hauling empty curs west over
the mount,tins to receive shipments
wns uiiother factor of expet.Be
which hml in In- tnken into consideration. 'J'o bundle lutnl-cr from
I he const n greut tunny enrs have to
lie llnllleil through tile tllolllltuinS lit
ii dead loss.
il's u very poor time for Uritish
Columbin people la usk tin* ('. P.
If. in iiiin,e rates, It must Is- remembered ihut the provincial gov-
points  iln*.   broughl   np  m our
 ting in Winnipeg, l.ut we hops
to shortly."
"Whnt netimi will ih,* 0, P. Et,
tuke with respect !.. tin- request of
Revelstoke thut il In- giveu distri-
luitiiig rates to iK.ints in iln- interior 1"
"Well. .Mr. ll. W. Greer, general
freight ngent  in Vn ntver. I met
tin- Revelstoke merchants on
S,-itunl.iy. .imi discussed ilml matter, I muy ns well sny ihut under
lln- new railway Aet th,- iiitcsusk.-d
for would Is- itlcgu] us a railway
cannot favor nny one point mi ,.
rond ns ngninst nnother. There
is some question ns t,i tin* legality
of some of the distributing rutes
now ii! eil'eet. Again, ns I snid bo-
fore, the present linn* is not propitious fm* re |ui-s-,s for reduced
rates in British Columbin."
Mr. lVters st.il.il thnl before
railroad assessment was increased,
tin* company hml made arrangement to lower nre mid coke freight
rutes iu tin- interior, uml tin- reductions w-.-nt into etl'et-t otiFcliru-
IHBHHMBnOHMMaSfilBfiQQ&OGQ
We ell)illl
OUR   GUARANTEE
to U> just ns pMnl ;is nny nf tho Inrgu i'ii*ti'rn jrwi'liy linns.   IT
you liny on (irticlo frum Wilsun. 1»' it n wtltiMl, il piiw of ji'W-
i'lry or KJlvrrwiirc ynu cnn lunik mi its lieing lis Minblo nn'
Up-to-dnli'ns tmy till MR linm^lit frmii tin* enwt.    U'i> k< ■* * | > n
alu>|i worn goodB.     t)u\- ^innMltrn sImiicIh licliiml cvrnliiin
wr hi'II.
WILSON. THE JEWELER
jmnnanMBBtnaQBa
BBBBffi
Washing Machines
Make Washing
a Pleasure
This is Ihe test
and it is sold by
J. D. McBRIDE
Call and see them
of Mr. W'nlker's company is well bnttluship   Rctvisnn    wus   again
reenenizeil throilglioiit   this  west-i ilniuugeil.   Tlio -Tltpnileso  withrew
em country nnd reliiince will be iu gootl onlor,
plni'i'tl on his promise to give on     Accortling to n repjt-l  ft'6m Si.
this! union the funniest porfor- Petersburg, n bo:ly <<l Cossacks
liinncc our thi'iili-e-goers llttvt* yet from the smith I'ssuri provinci-i
lim] lln- opportunity of seeing. j firing with quick guns, is nilvuue-
Ing iilniig tin* eust consl of Koren
Bl.ClrlC I.i-Jln Annual Mt-.-tin*;.        I., prevent tht-liindliigtif lhe llllllll
The sloekholilei-H of the ('run-
In I. lOloctrli)company held tlu-ir
iiuiiiii mooting Insl Mondny even.
in.-,nnl re-elected tl I.l lloiird of
plow, consisting of Dr. .1.  II.
King,   I..   II.  VimDncnr,   .It b
Ryan, M. Molnnis nml Willium
Stocks, ll is understood thnt the
eoiupniiy eiintompliitos some extensive inipi-ovenieitls the coining seu-
s.iti, Initli In (heir elei'trii- uml
telephone plants,
Jnpnneso iirniy. mid tl muieiil
is ninle thnt possibly lln- reported
.Inpuiiese Inn,ling nl I'nssiet liny
mny linn- been nindo with  tin-  ill-
K'litiou of ultacking ihis I'm	
A dlspntchfr Shuiigliui tniln-
Dully Olii-otilclosnys lhe Riissinns
ure trniisferring tin- gnus froni the
disublitl ships nt Porl Arthur to
Iho forts there.
Iiiiiin-; Contest.
The   boxing coiitesl  llml   look
l-plnce Tiiesilny night ul tin- Weut-
Tlie  Board ol  Trade   Starts   (lul   in
(int.it Shape.
The   Board   of   Trade    tiling
In-lil Tiiesilny night ul (Md l-'el
lows hull wns one of the best ever
lii'ld iu Omnbrook. I'ltorn were
nhout seventy represotitntive citi-
zi-ns present, nnd tlie eiilliitsinsin
evinced displnyed a great interesl
in tin' progress of the town.
Tin1 ineorpotiition qtl slion wns
ngniii brought up. und lot' tin* pur-
'■ohc of plneiug the mntt'-l' l'egulnr-
ly li.-l'iire lie- liDtird n new eolil-
mitti-e consisting of Dr. J, II.
King, Jus. Will, J. A. Hnrvey mnl
W. V. Out,] wns mimed to visit
Culgnry uud confer witli .1. S. Dennis, tin' C. P. If. luml commissioner
fm- llritisli Columbin,
Other questions were discussed,
uml before flu- adjournment Is
now iinnies wero added tn the roll.
riimout hns just increased the tax-,
lim -nilroinls.   mnl   is taking "ry I.    The rules mi nre from   the
uiiicy out o|-the <-. I*. H. to liiiil.1 Phoenix e,iui|i lo ull 1-onmIi.ry
bridgi'B to lei the (treat NorthernIsmelters wns niluced 7J i-ents ]*-r
into tin- ei,iiiiiry. Tin- govern-j'""■ As tho C. I'. If. is liuuling
ment hus inert-used Uie taxable vnl. I over 3,000 tints of mv per day from
tuition From $2000 to $10,000 per thnt camp, tbe reduction means a
iiiii,-. All tho bnrilen af this lax considerable sum. Uver 2.1U)
fulls mi the ('. 1*. It . which Ims j'""s is .luilv transported from
npproxiniutely 1)50 miles of road in | Phoeubi to the (ininby sm.-lt.-r.
British Coliiinbia. On the other TheC.P. If. also lowered the
linnd. 1 lie (i rent Northern, with freight rnte on '*.-k.* frmn Michel
less tliiin n hundred miles of tracks, to all the Kootenny smelters'WHhe
hardly feels a tax. Ves. the nlnn extent of twenty five cents per ton,
whousks fm- reduced freight rates The output of coke from the Crow's
just now ialinble to piss an iiu-|Nest Pass Conl company's plants
comfortable few minutes with the is now far in excess of the demftnds
cniupnny officiuls. of tin* Britisli  Columbin  sinelters,
■•Does the ('. P. R, intend to go I including Northport, andtlieeoinp-
into tin- lumber iiianufitetiiring'«ny is tniw seekiiiL' tn disiK.se of
linsiiiess'j" ils surplus in  Montana,    It Will
"TheC, P R, has large timber likely find liberal buyers in tlie
limits along the line of the CroW'B Montana smelt.-re. This is -the
Nest rond, nnd Mr. W&intnWhyte lirsl time in tin* history of the Coal
second vice-present, has snid lhat!company's operations that the Bri-
if tin- selling price of 1iiiii1.it to the! tish Coliiiuliia demand has been
.4-441.-4... ;,, ii„. *„,„;4,4.- dU.«Ui tslexceeded. It is rather interesting
mil kept within n proper figure, 1 to note vwUm conl nt th- Mor-
tlie compnny will plnco mills on its
timlier  limits  ami   mnnufneture,
For Sale.
One of Ute host residences In I worth hull ilrew n fuir sized crowd
Crnnbrook; fill toot frontage.   l-'or|aml proved n very  interesting ex
Bin Bmln/ Contest.
A linxilli*- mulch hus been ur
ranged lietween Jnck Cttrlcy uml n
l-'i-enehiti.-in known us "Ely
O'Brien," to tnke pli  in Crnnbrook on Mni-eli 25th. ll is In lie
ti twi-uly tniiiiil  contest, wiih  t'c
foi 's privilege In tuiil liu- rounds
In give Ihe decision. Tin- purse is
ifrilKIn side, uml forfeil  money nf
$150 It side hns I n plnie.1   in   A.
shelton's bunds. The referee is in
lie tl Craubrook ninn. Curloy has
left for Kernie to make another
match with .Mm Burrows anil may
train in tlmt lown.
price nnd terms npply to
If 'l'. Lund,
Cranbrook or Wnnlnor, B. 0.
Baled Hay ler Sale.
Good upland hay.   j\pply to.
Walter Whitney,
I    -111-81 Lethbridge, Alia,
Dig Year.
Crnnbrook will hnve lite biggest
year yet in 11)04.
hibition.   Jack Cut-ley  ngreed  I
stop Billy Burrows in ten 2minute
rounds.   Tlu-   l'u-st  'live   rounds
Curloy scouted to be the superior,
but towards the Insl Burrows took {
the ngrossivo, ninl did
Whether or not those mills will Inbuilt depends, I believe, largely on
lhe prices asked for lumber in the
future, Tho mnnnfncturere say
that the cost of producing is higher
now* (luni ovor before, the change
lieing brought nhout by  increased
rtsst-y mines of tin- Otvrm Nest
Pnss .'nui company liuve not proved suitable for coking, and the
compnny bus lieen forced to haul
shick eoal front the Coal Crook
mines to feed tin- coking ovens
whicli it built at Morrissey while
under   the  Impression  tlmt -the
the eoal there woulil coke properly.
The Morrissey mines are on thu
line ofthe (ili-at Northern.
Largest Locomotive. Toroato Olobe's War News.
What is said to be the largest     Tin-Toronto (ilol»-witli its usual
locomotive in flu* world is now
under construction at Suheuctody,
It will carry ti  weight of 270,000
enterprise, bus mode smtigemahts
with The London Times whereby
it is nlil-- to publish simultaneously
don. England, hus  eatabtisbed its
reputation  as   being tin- yreati-st
Benefit Smoker.
The   Crunlirook   Lnbor   I'liimi
will give n smoker nl  Wentworth
Hull I'm-the belieiil of IT. Mel Iillis
win. has been confined ul the hns
pitlll tlie I'Ust sis    months,   lllll'   tn
.      injuries receiv.il by being run overt     ,-,.,,, , .    «.„
ine   t lie   . , ■      ,, I       r   .1 As J  lutein   to erect II ll-'W  off]C
'by a pole ear in the yards nf the]
pounds directly on the six pairs of the repirts  sent  direot   from  tin
drivers, ami it will have  uo small scene of action.    Tin-Times. Lou.
trucks, or Is.gies.   This gives nn
iinprcffih'utiil power of adhesion
to ihe track, und will obviate tiiOstjnnd most reliable newsgntliorr-r in
of lhe slip Ihut is i-linraeteristie of J ||„, world, ami tin- people cnn havo
ull locomotives which derive their full benefit of its excellent stuff of
traction power from the friction oft correspondents by rending The
propelled wheels upon u Btnooth Daily or Tho Weekly Globe,
Btoole track. This huge maabine TheQlobehas theexcluslvB*eon.
tor lln- B. & It lim-. and is really trol of this service in Canada, nn.l
these ro-Kirts will not appear in
tlu-ir original form in any other
Canadian publication.
A summarized n-tH.rt with every
item of interest will Ih- especially
written for Tin- Weekly Globe en-
nbling renders lo gain n thorough
knowledge of the situation without
the trouble of reading columns of
contradictory uml confusing re-
ports,
The Weekly Globe, with its
illustrated section nml many interesting features, is now one of tho
cleanest and brightest newspapers
in America,
tl .hinilli- engine. Tin- three for-
wui'il puirs of drivers will Is- attached to u rigid frame ami driven
h\ low   prossui yliinlers.    The
Iwo frames will be urlieiilut.il together so us to accommodate themselves lo tin- curves. The entire
driving-wheel bust- will measure -111
feel i'i inches in length, but ouch
of lln' two rigid wheel buses will
measure bill It) feet iu length. It's
design is in adoption of one of the
Kiiroliemi types of locomotives.
Monetary Times.
Business Block for Sale.
I'ho Hernld on the
one now
feet ouch time hefnre the count IiiiiI |,^j" ,','OT','||,,nl   program   Ims   lieen! occupied by tho pnper.   It is iu u
work.   Curloy pill Burrows oil the  E|)g) k,,,,,,.,,,,v Luuilier conq v.j building for The  Hernld
Moor twice, Inil  he  recovered  ■■■B  Tlu« lUliuissioi. is only 25cents nud  Main street. I Will sell the
ed fu
Th.
in uttctid-
anco'say it wiis .-,' ve,™  imitty'ox-" 11"-'*!'1"1"1 r'"',hl' «<*«»9io"'    ■"''».Ilm' "tio»* P1"6'01 ''"'""Kl"'1"-
hibition ofthtisoioiili'lic points iulisn movement for n g 1 enuse two stories, with n full lot.
the I
,,ly art.
laml deserves lilieral pul milage.
P. I'., Simpson.
Hay tor Sale,
The undersigned lins 100 tons of
No. 1 upland prairie liny for snle
nt $7 per Pin ninl four enrs of go.i.1
timothy nt SI'I per ton. Prices
V. o. B„ oars at Olds, Alberta,
■Ki.lt Win. Deane, TIIE   CBAXttftOOK   QSItALD
CRANBROOK  HERALD
Editor and Proprietor.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
Tin1 reflection of John Keen ns
president of the Provincial Mining
■association is ;i deserved compliment t" ;i worthy mnn, Much of
the .success of the young OQCtintaa-
turn Ims been due to his energy
nnd ability,
L IV DutV..if the legal linn of
of Bodwell -& Duff, is t»> !»• named
for ilit* snpivnii' bench to Buecett
Justice Wnl kern, Tho appoint
11 it-i11 is conceded on nil sides to Im
n very strong one,
Politics can be carried to the
extreme, Personal interests should
Hrst lx* considered. If <> mnn is
wrong, In- should l* coudeumed,
no matter what party lie belongs to,
Freight Agent Peters, of the C,
P, R, talks much for n railway
official, Few in Ids position would
In- no frank in thoir expression of
opinion. A railway commission
may make a difference.
What reason under the sun is
there why a railway corporation
should bo taxed less than nn individual. In the State of Illinois
tho railways have been taxed on
the market value of the IhmkIs and
the capital stock, In Canada they
have as n rule liei'ti taxed on any
old basis the railways might
dictate.
A mine in  British Columbia
taxed on it's losses as well  as  it's
gains,
It is to he hoped that the campaign of the general election will
not be opened until it is necessary,
People in British Columhin have
other things besides politics to
look after.
The Mining World of Chicago
has this to say about the taxation
of mines: The systrm of taxation
of mines ami output as iu vogue
British Columbia is hardly just or
equitable to tho miner or company,
Assessments should be made on tin
net output after deducting freight
and treatment charges. ImIn
ment should be made to get capital
to invest in mining, Tax the
prolit and not enterprise. When
such laws aro In force iu our western states the results are most
satisfactory.
the people ot the mining sections
of the interior. They must advertise the splendid resources of their
country or the world would never
know them. Recognising this, the
contributions of interior news-
papers to the advertising literature of the province are particularly appreciated. Some uf the work
done this year is of the excelsior;
in mining parlance, it is "always
up."
The Xelson News, for instance.
always bright aud enterprising, under Mr. Deane, got out a New
Years number, giving nl) thu mining statistics for the year P.HUS mid
a general write-up of every camp
of the interior. That was "pretty
work." Then "(>ld Man ' Simpson.
af the Cranbrook Hernld. published an illustrated souvenir edition
of the Herald, giving an excellent
write-up of his part of the country.
-ith history und illustatioiis,
Xow comes Mr. \V   B,  Willeox,
f the Phoenix Pioneer, with a
souvenir edition, which is admir-
ble in every respect, It contains
(Ml pages, with a cover, illustrated
throughout, gives a complete history and write-up of the country
and its mines from the time the
camp was opened up until today;
pictures of all the leading citizen
and milling promoters, and is, in
fact, a complete compiled history,
directory and geography of the
whole Boundary country in one
edition, And the Wautiful part of
it all is that it is put up in such
Bhape that a person can rend it ns
a story rather than as a study.
Deane, Simpson nud Willeox are
the names of the three newspaper-
men who nre doing more to advertise the mining resources of British
Columbia than all the government mineralogists. London bureaus and other government contrivances put together, It is "up to"
the people of the interior to see
that they do not full down.
•lohn Sh.il'rotli. a Colorado congressman, when he became convinced that his elect Ion «as at
least tuinteit with fraud, resigned
his sent. We known men in British Columbia who would have
done differently.
This i.s bound to bo a gtxxl year
in South Kast Kootenay, It is n
great place for a young tnnn, and
development will come so fast that
even old men have a chance to
make a fortune before they die.
If will be well for the people to
keep their eyes opoil about the tirst
of May. At that date the government of British Columbia will lie
in a position to grant coal and
petroleum licenses in the disputed
Flathead blocks, It will he Interesting to observe the trend of
events .-iIhiiiI that time.
The Morrissey Despatch seems
to doubt that there has lieen any
money thrown away in the way of
public improvements. If the
editor of that paper will keep his
eyes open tor the next year or two
he will have an opportunity to
learn something along this line.
South Kast Kootenay don't
want any more royal commissions
appointed to investigate alleged
official corruption, It is expensive
and the results are so easily buried,
The party that stands by a cor-
ruptionist simply because he belongs to thnt party is laying the
powder train that will sooner or
later blow them to political destruction,
Appreciated.
Vancouver Daily World: Tt Is a
saying with the wisdom of Solomon that 90 por cent, of the
World's business today is done ou
advertising, The truth of this is
recognized by no .me  lietter than
The Lumber Tariff.
(Correopondence t»> Winnipeg Commercial.)
At the present time tlie lumbermen of this province consider that
they are entitled to have legislation    passed   by   the   Dominion
parliament to put  them  on  eipial
terms with their competitors in the
United States.   Canadian lumber
imported into the United States is
subject to a duty of $1   per thousand   feet,   while   United    States
lumber can Im- imported into Canada free of duty.   This is a serious
handicap for the Canadian lumberman.   For several years the Canadian lumbermen hnve been asking
for   legislation   to    remove    this
inequality in the manner iu which
the tariffs   of   the  two countries
operate   against   them.      So   far.
however, they  have  not obtained
any redress.   The reason given for
this inaction  un  the  part of the
Dominion government iB that the
importation of I'nitcd States luuilier free of duty secures cheaper
Lumber for the people of the Northwest Territories than would otherwise lie the case.    While the  luuilier industry was prosperous and
the   mill   owners   had   plenty  of
orders on their liooks. at profitable
figures, there   was   not   so much
anxiety felt alxntt a change in  the
situation,    But now  there  is depression   in   the lumber   business
and prices have fallen, while even
at the reduced rate the demand for
lumber is not equal to the product
of the mills.    Asa result of these
mditiotis, the agitation  to have
the tariff on lumber made uniform
has increased.    It- is not protection
in the meaning generally attached
to the wonl that is asked for.    If*
the United States duty was abolished, the Canadian lumbermen would
not ask for any duty to lie imposed on imported American lumber,
What they ask is that a Canadian
duty shall Ik- imposed on imported
United States lumber as long us
Canadian lumber  is taxed across
the bounday, but  if the United
States duty be abolished, they will
lie quite satisfied to see  a  similar
step taken by the Canadian parliament.   British Columbia mill men
confidently     expect    that    their
request   will   lie   granted   at the
ensuing session  of the  Dominion
parliament.
It is reported that Merrill, the
millionaire United States timber-
man, and 'lames Dimsniuii*. the
millionaire coal mine owner, are to
|il,„,
llllll
- iili-iii
Q. P. TISDALE,
I'ro'.riclur nf the
Cranbrook
Candy Kitchen
rarrfa, at-on-plaiaatacti nf
Candies, Fruits, Nuts,
Riscuits, Pipes and
I Tobaccos. Oi»a »a can
.IAMI;S QREER
The Contractor
Who Oct* Contracts
i want to biiil.l let me kinm
<il tt
may
as b
furnish you
help   you oui
plans.
THE
STRATHCONA
Formerly Hotel I'hair
NELSON, B. C.
B. T011PKIN5, Manager.
otel  is one of the liest in
| British  Columbia and   up-to-date
n every  respect. Well  lighted
ample rooms.
THE McLEOD
DETECTIVE AGENCY
days at SI n
there was any
of any kind. It was the
British Columbia timber. ;
now reckoned to be worth Irom $15
to $20 dollars an ncrp, Diuisinuir
secured his miles of timber laud as
railway grant, The holders do
not now relish allowing the govern-
ment to get a large slice of the increased value of these properties by
paying them export duty of from
one to five dollars n thousand. Lu
fact, most of Merrill's timber would
pay -$5 n thousand, as it is of the
largest and finest quality. Mr.
Merrill however, makes no secret of
his determination of moving to
Canada, and establishing ii big mill
in British Columbia if lie cannot
break the act just passed, and is at
present further negotiating for options i
even larger areas i
'I' ia
Rev.
Chicng
admire
clean,
Miner's
Kobert
pulpit
i miner:
Chore is i
tears on it. It i
from the sclieinin
Wealth.
Mclntyre in a
recently said: "\
wealth. It is
ither blood nor
acquired away
and sharp com
l»'titin
ary ve
one   n
i that
i tares,
an nflc
charade
where th
'l'/ei*
on I in
and downfall of some <
perhaps a number o
v,.u. ...... i..... ,,;.., llfll.
been wronged. The
digs a fortune out of
lostiofpasof
the disaster
ither man. or
f men. No
no one lias
miner who
the ground
has the satisfaction of knowing he
has not robbed n soul, even though
he becomes a millionaire. Then,
too. there is another factor to take
into consideration, The man win
makes a fortune on the board of
trade or the stock exchange, or in
building up II gigantic business
house, adds nothing to the world's
store of available wealth. The
world, in other words, is no richer
because he is richer, lie is richer
rather because some one else is
poorer. The miner, on the other
hand, whether In-digs out $10 or
$100,000, adds that much to the
world's wealth, and with the added
wealth he contributes just that
much to the possible amount of
the world's comforts and pleasures.
As I look ut lhe mutter there are
few producers of wealth. The
only man comparable with the
miner is the farmer, lie gets what
he has direct from nature, bill he
produces perishable wealth. Whilel
he meets a want, his contribution
I to the world's wealth, therefore, it*
.not a permanent one like tin
, miner's, The miner is today tin
king of wealth producers of tin
couiit.lv. and I honor him above all
others. It i.s no dishonor; it needs
110 apology to emulate his example
or assist him iu his efforts. There
is the whole question in n nutshell."
Notary Public.
Solicitor for the Imperial Bank ol Canada
The Colonial Investment and Loan Company
Cranbrook, B. C.
D. J. JOHNSON
CARPENTER
AND
s      BUILDER
JOBBING '^ATTEND ED   TO
OFFICE AND SHOP
OLD HERALD BUILDING
King Mercantile Company Limited
,•1 IV     Ci
tlllll tll>'
||||1
1.1 ml tilt, i n<l
Ml
,f  tll,-,-(11ll|i!lll.V. to'
Umbo*.'"»>-• '*'■»'""'■
,1 ihi*. |8th,dnyntJnimnry ItlO-l
VV. P. Uu
BolMtor tor tl mi|
Timber Notiee
N.ili.i'irtiii'ii'li.v glveflthul i in jp.ln.vH nil it
ilulti, I illti'inl to npply in lln- Cl.iel Pom*
mii-mmi uf l.umU tuul Works fnr n Bpfctill
licence in nil iiml enrry iiwny limber from
the following itn<n'lbmllaiiilH.
rtunraeiiOoinga* poit planted nt the North
H.iKt enriier Of lot. yODO,. tllfincfl nil.-lniK lull"'
Went, tlii'tii'i' one-ball mil.' North, IhniireQiH*.
llll'l mile I''iik1. lln-ii.'i' iine-ii .11 mi o Snulh 1..
place nl i.imi'ii'.'mi'iil,
J. liriiliiim. Incut or,
I'riii.hnink ll.C, Feb Ut, 11104 Hi
Timber Notice.
Tlni.v itn.vHtifi. r iliiti-1 Intend to apply lo
lln' chli f I'timiniHi-iinn'i* uf In inln nml worka nt
Vhtotiaii r. tor a HmnBe ta.rnl nml curry
nwny iho timber from tlio toflowltiK iIphoiIIi-
.•<! propnity;
rtittimt'ttcingoiifllinH mili< smith and on•
iiiii. *.t ut mi'<> |ioi*i hs nt tlio cunadlun
I'n.-iii.'Mitv.'.v line in   iln*  Kant  Kuulonny
theiiee Hll . b-iitm nouth, thenco si) chuiiH
i-iiKt, ih. ii* i* su etnUim  north*, thence Ri)
1-iii.inH ive*t tn tlio place of beaiiinlnK.
45 (Iioh. II Mouiioy.
Crai.lirooV, u. r. Jiutnory Ufltb 1004.
Taken*
Itn
inl.'i
lo ii di* and wuiki
li<-eliHi' lu enl nml
filllo.villg   ile-u-lil
Riiotonft..:
Commencing at
 i lOolinlimi
Iiui-.,   IM1   i
<liei co   eolith
Timber Notice
•e tlmt thirty Any*
npply 'ii tin1
eht.f <
til Victor
nirry to
■A   Iiiii.Ih
ay t
after date!
n mi na oner <>i
for a tpneJnl
if ihf
Suutli   timl
n**t
n point -,,,) nlmtiii
11 tie mm lh eiiKt i'iii
illlil      l-nlHl.      K..0
ilriin-<    lli.n	
mil
su ,-iin'iH, thence mirth so oliuli
went HU,-Imi  h lu (lie phiceuf begin
mining 1140 aciM ino'oorl us.
.1.11
li. 1 I'Vhniitt'V 13, 1004,
•
Ot.NMtOOK   MUNCH  OF
THE A. I- l>. NO .167
Mint*,   mn   Suliii-.Iiiy
ill-Ill
I.
II.  F.
Visiting Brethren conllnli' Invited to attend
Cui-jst unt Lodge Nn. '■','■',
KNIGHTS of PYTHIAS
Cratihruuk, 13. C.
l.n.
1*11.1 n.l.1 -Illi Tu
I, p. llllll.
A. AllNill.li. K. II
J. M. DERR,
BUUI AND SH0L MAKER.
Repairing- Promptly Done.
Footwear to Measure a Specialty
In 1924 You Will See How
You Looked in 1904.
Got your pietiiri- ttikon .-it once at
Prest Photo Co. Studio
LEROY SAGE
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Heating and Cooking Stoves
Boots, Shoes and Clothing
GUNS AND AMMUNITION
Vnu nm buy ut my plnco ns
rlit','i|ily ns yon mn in Montreal,
ninpt attention given  to till
era of business.    Strictly pri-
A number oE yenrs expert-
. police uiul detective work.
ull riiiiiuiiinic'itions to
A. McLEOD,
Blairemore, Alia.
McVittie & Laidlaw,
Mining Engineers
and Surveyors,
CRANBOOK, B. C.
THOS. T. McVITTIE, P.I..S.
J, T. LAIDLAW, M. E.
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   All kinds
of repairing,   (live me 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.
Synopsis of Regulations Iur disposal ol Minerals on Dominion Lands In .Manitoba-
th: Northwest Territories ind the Vukon
Territory.    ■
Cii.ll
al I,
1.1 IStOi
•is mny in1 pnivtHMfil nt fm per
jukI tjjo i..i ii'itiinu'iit*. N„t
m Mil ll ■ hi <• ilre,l liy ..nc n
mny, i nyjtity lit Ihu tntn of
nr.'.' (Hi pounds shnll bec.lhvl
ul put,
nis ,.f i-1;* lit ecu years an I over
inn |i:ilie-. h-'Iiiiiii; free HI liter's
nlil,L.ll entry tut ji mum i;  licit-
,-,-l'lllH'll
tion
a frcfin hit'** aerililcftio is ffrniitPil r.ir nno
nr ninn' yciii**, imt cm .liu; live, ii'i.m iiiynient
i-i AttvtlllUQ «if ■*■.■*> per i.liainn f..r an lii-.lv|.|iial,
ami fo in Mil In -nn iht annum fur a cum tinny.
nc lllliR to CHlllUl,
A [if,' mliiur, ititviliit iliMOVorcil inlncral In
i.ii ,  iimy  tociito ii e'aim Iftmxjnou rem l.y
mtikniL' mil Die same wiih tuolCR-ll poMs, liutir*
oimal I'Ht-h I'tiilnii lln-  ilm
oftlieloilo
mil I
' ree I-I.-.I -nlililn lUleen
in len mile-, nl ii miiilnf*
ii.lilitl.illil ila\ iillune.l  fur
niles nr fra.'lmti,   Tl.e fee
'-tl liv lhe Minister nf
iiseoiiiiiinii.ijlr.iii mnl
nK.iii Teirllnry, .if nn
. en;f-rami in loeailnnilmll pr
ui) tlieiil uf i ijn.ty al Uiu lale iif ."
I I'l
i I i.er Minim:.-Manll.lm nn.l Hit* N. \V. T-.
*?\ce|itltlt[tlie Vllkoll Te.ilt.nv.-i lAcer init'liu
I'laims uenerally an* hki feet s.pinre; euiry fee.
•?:., ii'tii-wiilif. \cj\il-*. Hll (lie Nuilli S .skill-
ehewnu il\fi I'laliiisar.'Plilier Inirnr litneli, (lie
fm liter lielnn mu i.-et l.nn; nn.l extend tin lie*
hvi'eii lnnii ami low wai.-r iimik. Tlielutier In*
.-Iniles lun* iliir-jlims. Imt evlemls hack to tlie
baie oi Un* liiu ur bunk, imt imt exueetlln^ i.u<i'
feel.    Wli re sli-niii (unv, r Is mn-il, claims '-JU0
fti'l ttiile may In* nUliiiiii'il.
ln-tnliilimli) the ri\er8 nf Mnnltnlin ami tin
X. W. 1.. e\t-t')iiiiiu tlie Yiihiiii I'.rril.m-.1
frei'ininiT nay otiiniii ctily iwo least's nf ilvt
niles each r.irn t'Tin nf twenty years, renew
nWciiilhe.lisciiUonnf ihe Mlnliter.it the In
trlli.r.
1 he lessee's right liconllneil to ilie sutinurit
eil licil or birs ni tlii^ river below low wtiU'i
iir.'i-, ninl sniijcci t<i the rl|flits ot all iiers.ms
wlm li.ive, ur wlm may recive eiilrlcs tor lull
lllftKlllglorb.IlOll claims, e-ii-t'i-l nn lhe NK-ikal
uliewan river, wliere the lessee mny .iie.iuc t»
Iiuiii water mark on each aliermife leaneholit.
Tne lessee shall |mve ti ilrcilfce In operation
wllliin one si moil from Uie tlale nf lhe lease fnr
each live n lies Imt where n person or eniiipani
has nlutilt'i'it inure Mian me lease one ilietliji
for.-nt'li Ilf ecu tiiit-s or Irm-llon IsNiHllchnl
l,'< nlal, **li> I'l'i' am.mn (or each mile nl river
len.etl.    Ituy.i lynl lhe rale uf iwo mnl a half
wr cenl oo.loolatl on the nui put alter it cxoaciIh
flO.MIO.
tir..lmif; In ilie Vnkou Territory. Siv leaset
ur live tlllltS filch may lie Kiatileillo a live
iii.ih*! fori! termor twenty year", alsu renewable.
"hfi lessee's illlil Is I'lilillneil In Ilie t-nilimei'K*
licil ur bats |u iiiii rlv r below low wale,
th. Ibal Imiimliiry to li- tlxc.l by Us i-ti-.iiimi
.._..  (fAut!iisi in ilie yelirnf tlie .lale
DRS. KINO & GREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office at r*',!d-*nce. Armstraai Ave.
OFFICE HOURS:
Fon-aooas,   -   -   -   -   9:J0 to II
Afternoons   •   •   •   -   1:30 lo I'M
Evealag,    ....    uu to Ma
CRA* BROOK,    :   :   :    :       :    E. C
Vroom & Dezall
Blacksmiths!
Horse Shoeing
Carriage Repairing and
General Jobbing....
Outside Order* Promptly ]
Attended to.
lb
Cranbrook License District,
.N ii' ice
tinned pp
ilie  pi'OV
Iiiiiii, for
unit*1 on tin? I88U6 of utti'iuptin^ to  po*1t» th
lnTciiy itiven Hint (tie iiiitli-rmen-
Adim hnve iiuiile ftp|ilii;allon utitlei
ilann <>' tlm Ui|nor Ucoiiho Act,
i litpior license nt the pltico cet op
r iiuui'
lui ve the
piiBSC-d hy thc
Ir^isliituri' declttretl unconstittttion
ul by tin1   Dominion government,
lioth own large ureas of timber In tul
iu British Coltmibln,   Merrill bo-
I'uretl 10,000 ncri'8 in the very early
j. Doyle nml Stanley Uclietlan, Uhlon
W  Inml  net    recently     J,ni "Doyle-ami Stanley
.     u   .. ,     ,, ,     , /   Hotel, Mtirynvlllfl.
lie JSntlBh   Uolumbin     A.t; Bownen*, WtioliMttlo,
inltitMul -,„w«1„Qt;i„fw,„   I    A m.t'titiif nltliii Board ot
CranlimnV, H.c
A iiii'ftiiiic nt the Board of Lle-iHoCommhi
i-i.iiii'i-H, I't'.iiilinnik Ll eiiMii Ilmttii-f. will ie
luiil ut. tbe euiirti llOHBO, I'raiilir, nl*. on
Tbiirstlny, Mnn-li ITtli. IBM, ftt 10 n'eloel*
in Ihefureiiimii, in cum. t].-r licilappl'cattoll
.1 II MiMulli .,
Ihi (t.iccm-elnsi lor.
Tn
Timber Notice
niilW Dint thirty ditys after ilnt'
I Intend tonppty to the chief eomHilsslntiol
»f InmlHiitiil wi.rltH nt Vicloiin f.ir a b| iwlill
license to cut nml enrry mvny tlmbor ,.fi Hn
f..llo»liiB[ dcscrltied hinds in Snutli Knit
Koolenay:
Co'iitnenelng m a point 10 oholiiBsotitli
mnl Hi chnitiH eist ot Mii 4 mile posl nl
lilock I-v.iI in South Rnet Kootenny, tli ie
ennt HO  ohaillB,  thence    lorlli   mu  cllililie,
tboncj weat SO nh-ilnii,  then o bdui-Ii HO
i'liains to the place ol beginning, COD till lllll |{
HID no es, mon! or Ickh. Jub, Clreor,
fitted February 12,1004, -tu
Timber Notice
Take nol ice that thirty dnyn i lt,»r dale I
Intend to apply to the chief o immlBslotier of
lamls nnd workn at Vi.loii-t foe a sp-iinl
HcenBti to out and carry nwny limhi-rnff the
following dim* Ibid landK in Smith (fast
Kootonay:
Commencing at a. Blake p'atil d l(10elinin»
Hontli of Ihi'Hon beaut enrner ol Lot 1011, III
Suiiili Hunt. Kootenny, theme poll ttl -Hi
chains, thenee euat tip) elinini-i, thenee north
lOcbntm, Mience went- 100 clmiiiH to Die
plitee nf lie^lnnilig, coiltftlping lllll ncif-t,
moreoi'loBB, T. \V. LeiiBlt.
Hated Fehnmr.V '33, IBOl, Ml
UNDERTAKING
EMBALMING
A Large Stock in Caskets 4,nd
Robes.   .*   9*
Phone night and day 77
MACCONNELL FURNITURE
CO'Y.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
if the Ioi
Tbe li".
shall In,
c In .
operation
>■,■> t•■„,-. ti i ni, me leate. ami
il:c for each live mile, wllliin hIi year*,
ill ilule.     lli'llUll. 9|nli |i-|' mile fnr llml
ill "In per mile Inr i'.i<*lisiiliM'.,ii.*iit Mar
"in - pl.t cr inln,iu:
i Mlninu In Hie \ iihnHTmltmy.   Creek.
mn.
Singer
Sewing
Machine
.—+.—
AGENTS
Arnold & Roberts
Monthly Payments.
i-ii.
ilny n lnwt',1 for ,-in-li .1 lil.lion il ten mles m
trnctloii,
I be iicrinii or eumjuiiiy Nta1. Imt a claim iiiiinI
lmiii a Iroeminor sueritiionle,
The tilscnerer nf n new ml n etitUlcil In a
claim of I U n led In lenulh, ami If ihe pui'h
consists nt two. l,.M«' fet-| all me tier, nn the mil
pill nf which no loyally -hull be ihaij-cil, lln
icsi of tlie pin ty onilnary • Iniiiisoiily.
i ntry fOBilll, Hny.iliy Hi ihe rale nf h\,> ami
one naif | er cut nn lhe \al.ie nf the uolit ililp
pel from lhe Mi on leiritory lo In* pahl lo lllll
t oiiiptrtiller.
No tree miner Klnill receue n -jrnnl of more
llnin nm'mmlim elalin mi each Hii|arate river
creek or uol.-li. lint the •.ainc miner mnv li-'hl
any milliner of dnllim hy pniehane, and free
mln r.H mny work tbelr claims hi partnership liy
II llllll mil Hs,! ami pailiiK fee of (.'. A claim
may lie haml-m .1, ami iiinilher oblaneil .ill ti<e
same creek, kiiIcIi cr river, ny ttlvliitt nol ice uml
imjiii-* 11 fee.
W..11, iiuist lie il'ine,in ft claim eich year to
tin-value uf-it letist •-y.lHt.
A ee tlllc He tln.l work bus been dime muni be
ob aineil ea.-h yeur; ir no', lhe claim shall be
tleeini'ilt" lieiiii.imliiiit'il,ami open Hioccitpillion
nml e:i:iy hy a li'.-c miner.
The liimiiil-iiiesora claim may heiteHnetl nh*
ilutcly 1>y bnvltiK a survey iiimiu nml nililb.hlnn
nntiocs in lhe Vuko i iilllclul1in/elte.
1 cimleuni,- All iiiiani'iopilaleil Doiiilnhin
Lumls In .»liuitulin, lhe Noilhwe-it TerritorieH
nml wiiluu lhe Yuk- ii Tcril.ory ure oin n lo
p 'fling for petroleum, uud the milliter
may reserve fo. no iutllvhlual or enmpany Iiav-
ii*-r iiiacliinery mi Ibe luml In he pr.is|e,teil, all
iiri'ii of iH'* lifii's. Sin ul.l tiie i-roHpecior .lis
cover ii I In pnjltia <|iiiililllleH, mul sutls.'uctin ilv
esiabll Ii sueh ili*n*ii\eiy. un urea imt exceeilli.u
lillHieres. ii.elmllnu'llieoll we luml rmcb uther
In1 tills limy bed. le'iniiii'il. Will he so'd lo tliu
discneiei'iit ihe rale of $1.00 Ull acre, subject
lornynllynt stieli rule in may he sju-ellleit by
onler-bn'iinne I.
Ucjinili I nf the Interior, (ttuwii, Sept.,
.lAMFlS'Jl. KMAIIT,
li. put;, nf lhe Minister of Ihe liiteilur,
Cranbrook GMm
and transfer Co.
Perry & Filigcrrld, Props.
Agents forOalt Coal.
General freighting; for this
part of the district.
Piano and furniture moving a specialty.
Calls answered promptly
Phone 63
Drink Home Beer
It is Pure
It is Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
CANADIAN
PA
LOWEST RA ITS - BEST TIME
EAST
TORONTO,   IHONTKIiAL, NEW  VOU,
AMI AU. I'OINTH IX HAHTKIIN
CANADA AND l'MTI-:|i R.TATRR
WRST —
Seattle, Tacoma, Victoria. Portland,
New Westminster, Vancouver.
AXIl A I.l. I'ACII'IC COAST  l'OIN'"S
Thruugli Diner,, Palace aaj Tuurlal 5lecpera
Vin Sun I'nr. Knuti-
St, I'niil Gliittn-ro St. Limia
S. S. Service Irom Vancouver
Ainakn, llitwui, (Jliimi, A.ihIri.liu,
.Iiiimti,
Tliroiigli Imnliltigfl to KiiuIhihI nml (he
ConUiiont via nil iVtlittitle S. S, lilies.
For Timo T'AliJos, Mwlv*, Tieki'tw, mnl
full liiformtilion npply tu lornl ngenln,
Olio, Mll.l.tlilt. A|t. Cranbrook,
J.S.CnrL-r. H. j. Coyle,
D. P. A A.Q.P.A.
Nelsnil, V'aiitiiLV«.* /3
t
Till:   CBA31BROOK    II KltAI.lt
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Tor tbe Boys...
New Suits and
New Boots
Wi- have  just   passu! ini
skK*k a
Gent's*'
antl   tw
niiiki-s
"'I'lu-  t'Ii;tlii|iiini"   ami  "Tl
R.-geut."
fine lim* ol "Little ♦-►
Inln
if
'I'll.'   |»i|iltlar J*
The   Norfolk,'' «*
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Tin-   styles   an- }{
Boys' Sprint* Footwear
llnr  range ol  boys' durnlil
I'.M.tw.-nr Iiiih in-vi-r I
.-, »i ti] ,1,-tt1
roomy nml eaay lilting, tin- JttJ
leathers pliable ami water re- f»
sislnm    Priet-s (I.Ill lo li
. ft
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REID   &   COMPANY
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War, War and Rumors of War
lli-Htiliiiiw iii il um mi, ilm-vlna '1 tlotitl f iln- niniil in ilmi iiiri-i'ijnii.
Illlii-i iinliiiiiH. mu .ii-i iii-tiii-l, t>nitii<ii-il. nn* luiiliiii-: In i. llml llml ,li.-i,- M.-.-tr.
mul iiiiuiii, uill In-I I.i In. lln> Inn  hIiiiiiIiI   i*.'iiii|iliriitiiiiis nrim*.   Mi'ii-tiiinlH
»l Illl  Illllllil  il   I.l- hll.1 11111  1,,-lltll,   till'    1-144 1    >l|||t> tlllll   4444- lik.-ll   llllllll	
ill liril'l'.     ,'llll-flll IlllllM-lViVl-lt IVIIIll.l illl 111*11 III Hllll'k  llll-il  lill'.ll-l-H 11 illl
Flour Md All Cereals, lhe Prices ot Which are Already Allecled
wviiiv ,,v„r»ii,*-i.*,.i iii ilu* l-,ll,.,, nm iiiiiI iiii, I'tlt-rlim tl nn i t inln*.
in. von want any;
Kowat's English Pickles, 25c
While Star Pickles, in gallon crocks, $1.00
White Star Pickles, in two-gallon pails, $165
Tomato Catsup, in pint bottles, 25c
Tomato Catsup, in quart bottles, 45c
Tomato Catsup, in two-pound tins, 2 for 25c
Tomato Catsup, in gallon tins, 50c
Wi, lull.. Nil I.I.I. IIUIIIH.    tiri-r.vllilll*, «-,. Ihh.i, in nl III. liunl I'ltallt-,' |-i....llii-
hit, iiiiiI Iiii, |,iiii, Ih mi iinni* lit nut tins) tliiin iiiiki-il Inr itlfl-rinr nnnlm.
Q. T. ROGERS
Fancy and Staple Groceries and Crockery
Cranbrook, B. C.
♦ l«l«l*l*l»l»l*l»l»l»l»l»ll*l»l«l*l*l*IOI»|AI-»l-»l<*.l<»
»l-»l»l»l'»l»l»l»l»l'»l»|,*>l*>l   I  !  I  • 1*1*1 I ■!' I J- I <•■ I * I  -.- I ■•' I * I * IJ*
| THAT CUT IN PRICES I
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Is doing; the business. People are buying: goods
ol us at prices never before heard of in East
Kootenay. We need the money and we are
getting it, because we are giving the people the
bargains they are looking for.
SHILL & COMPANY!
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I • I • I -» I «3> I * I •*• I • I « I * I ♦ I ♦ I • I *8> I « I • I * I * I * ' * I * I * I <•- I « I * I * | if
s-ffi-ia
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Jo-.
nothing new Under tke Sun? ...
UMI, Ulf Should Exposmlatel Rave Von Un itt ttlhat? <4
\* Cl* Sunshine furnace 2
'    Bums £eke, Coal or Oleed  U
and iiin'-i nei.w-1 antlafni iinn niili i-iiln-r. -.(.4
Nrarl.i i-i.-ii  tnnn  mniii- In Canada I, J I
ilnjili nl." I (inin Aini-rn-iiii ,nitii'i-hh.    t-nt t®
mil .ii uilli tin--SiliiHliini,.'-     ll imm mi. 1 J
ii.i-l-i ort8.titila-.il ru linn liirm .hav* J, J,
inn Im-ii ilmi-nml nml .•.iln.liii, l,„l In tin,   11
iM.iliii-.i ,*4|.,rl. ami |,.ill.-,-i, iiiiikin*. i-i,
Tlllll  ll „ ll 11 illllllil  ll    llllll 4411,1 Ii.i-    J
imili, ii|>li nlnn, f.... [.. ■-.'*.   In ita ,-„ii!«l rm-- >Jfl
inm Ihnn nilv nlliiTliirniii*n innili,l«i-lpiii*. 11
1,4 imiviil I..1'llii-tiii-l  llml Hi.,.. Inn,-.nlil •?■*'
ill.iiiiuiii- iniiii-iii. in itn-  Unllnl fttntn., -jiJn
lot hirritorj ,-i.m ol tin- UMaal|i|il, to iln- VT
Sin ii  K In Tn. ul lli-m-iii. N. V.: XS
.nnl il.,- Ui-,1.,,.4 Ki ,- nml  K.inii.liv I I
I'll   nf llnnltin. \'i-l.   I'ln-Hi- tli niH.lii4il tlll-v va
,1,-mi.-I.,,Mill 1444,4- bon-thl ilnplii -nli, |ini- ij,
,-ni- nf mi4iiitlii'i,lni'iini'i- tiuiili' In- nniitlii . T
4l-.llii,riiili-lSliili-ii.l4iil i-lii.Hi,,    nn.liini-' -lij
1.-1   ns  talk   fiiriini-i- with vnn. til)
I
If ynu an- uniuii In Imilii
We an- "Practical Furinm-inci
PATMORE   BROTHERS
tp ® is> ®-®-<a® ® u)—sv_s> *s>,(j)_(i,-(i,.(«. m. (^.(s-isv-siLa
»^-M*-»-«l-l8>-i*)--1.4-l8MS (•> (.) !•> ® t» <S  (•) ®-®-®-®-®-9
A. SHELTON
The Wentworth
Shelton & Clapp,
The New Managers,
Drop in anil sec us any time.    Wc are on deck 25 hours
out ol Ihe 24
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...Manitoba Hotel...
(Under New Management)
D. A. McDONALD, manager
This Hotel is in the center of town.   The rooms are
comfortable and well furnished, the dining room is firstclass, and the bar is supplied with the best.   When you
want a good place to stop come to the Manitoba.
WE GIVE YOU VOUR MONEY'S WORTH
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No man in the Cranbrook
district should be without
The Herald. It costs only
$2.00 a year.
A Large Consignment ol
IRON BEDS
BRASS BEDS
SPRINGS and
MATTRESSES
Just Received. We have Ihem
in all sizes and styles and enameled in the latest colors.
THE HACCONNELL
FURNITURE  CO.
Phone No. 77
B perfect timepiece g $      BIG BOOK SALE      i
W, want lhe ji.-i.t* ige of ll.e "uartictilnr J& & t , »,
man" win, Uu,™ his „«tcl, I,* the .- | % % M.    ..., ' " ""■!'".""       o   ,°' ' ""' ? ' 'i""ks"f
haiul.    < Iur n.-mir wurk will plHnSL,  1„„,   | 5 £j pAerf "" '""    "' ""' ^'""'"'""-''V
II- uill I..- int. rested in onr sfm-k nf Jf* '$
f>iob erase Aonements        I € 5 BOOKS   FOR $1.00
n yi    ■*•  fr   *.      **.t      <**• *        & rtf "deluHweHki this has Wn awn in Britiah (
ICl. jf. ^atc, tbe Jewelci % % i-fi- k.».w u,,,,
iniiin.    Hut
L-m*USi>*r        t*>*». S- UOltt, lUW JOVtltl •%      '& '""-'I'"' kll"u' l,li"
•racial TOntcb tnapector C. D.«.. Otows Hest Division    I    1     IT PAYS TO DEAL AT BEATTIE'S     W
\W*+HW*^^ a^^^r... ^ . . ,., #
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QEORQE A. KERR,
ARMSTRONU AVE.
DRY WOOD, ALL LEN0THS
Slab Wood and Pence Posts
Cranbrook Collage Hospital,
Corner Armalrong ivonne mnl L6wta f*l
For full |i!.rtirtili.ni ii|i|,|y tn
nisa Mom, ■ Matron,
.ii-iiiliiiit.- nf St. titike'i lli-H|iiml, Vim
Doiivar, It. (.'.
OPER.A HOUSE
FRIDAY MARCH 4th 1904
JUST ONE JOVFUL NIGHT
THK "OliKRFUl. I'l.F.VITI'DK"
|  Sl^ffilMSiBmiBSHSJiSISHSSEBiSOT
* O'ff-S. ITS II1 Vou Need a New Suit
*
WHY
SMITH
LEFT
HOME
B.vflw», ||. Pninilhiintt, author ol "Whnt
Hii|i|i.'iii'.| to .lone*," "Tin* WnuiK Mr.
Wright'* etc etc
Fuur iiiuniliH at   tin* Stiiniliinl Tliviiti-.',
IiOtidoti,
Four tin.mlm tit iln- Miulmim Bniinm
Tliwitrf New York.
Iiiip|'|ii'.*ii*il hy a roitipiitiy of Mflro|.olihiii
iiln.VHtit. iinilfr llif tiiiiiiaftfnmit nf Mr. r. P.
Witllii'i*. nl tlm Winnipeg hiii) ullifil llifiilnti.
PRICKS: $1.00 and 75c.
LOCAL NOTES
Picked Up Aboul Ike Cily by Atkiif
QwrIImi ot Many People.
fil.oiu'lliis lim'.     N'M  .Muinliiv wu will ouon utu* new *-l"i
wiih ii fnwli line o( Kruii, Owitftwtloiiury* Tolmi'fo, ott", W
will '.i-i ji iln-1«-nt (/omIb,nml (he j»ru-«*s will witit you. (.'nn ^l
in .-in.l bit il« shirk. s.'i* ii*, .nnl ui't ilu* orlops.   Tli.-it'*-, nil \w $'    m
wnnt     Vnu will do tho wat. 2f    W
DAWSON & WEBB 1 P
At il,,- si.nnl l.,iii,.ili .,,-,-ii|,i,-,l hv Mrs. II. .1, l„* -• C!   g
Oranbrook is Imilly i kl ot u
Wi'tti-i- Bysteiu,
TlioniitH t'l-nl.i.ii. I.f Mleh.-l, was
ill town Sallll-ilay.
There linve I it many aleigliillR
piii-fii-s lln- [iust week.
Il<-n Tln-il. nf Waliliiil- was a
Craiilirook visitor S.it tu-.ltiy.
(ii-of-,-1- HoyKiii'lli, ol lilko, win.
n I'l'iiiiln-iiiik visilni- lliis week,
Mr,  lliiii-lii-i-.il. of Hn- North
Star tniln-. was  in   Inwn   last   Prl-
lay.
Uev. Furlmie will ivlnni front
tin* coast tin- latter yurl ot the
week.
Uun't forget "Wli.v Smith left
Homo" tiiiniii-1-.iw niglil al Wi-nt-
wnrlh Lull.
,M. PhillipuB, who lives near the
bou.ul.iry line lielow Klkn. wns in
town Monday.
Bert ViinDeiiir lias i-etnrnetl
fnnii Spiikain- \vhe"e In- lias Is-i-n
attt-niliii-- si-lniiil.
Messrs. .1 D, Me Bride, A. Doyle,
and li, Hill havo lieen tip*joiuU-il
license coinnil8slui.r.i. I'm* Ihis
distrii-t,
Mrs. Ki-ii an nml   Mrs.   Bin-
more, of Fori Sleele, wei-e in
Cranbrook last week on a unrehas-
iiiK tour.
Stanley McLellnii nnd .Tallies
llnyli- hnve innili- iipplientiou for n
license in Murysville for the former
Royal hotel,
Miss Ethel M. Bcniu-lt and Mr.
Cli.i-.-ii.-.-   r.  <-. ,,i-. ,,f  Marys-
ville, wi'ti* nniti-il in mtirriugt- last
Friday evening til iln- Metliotlist
(■nisi ge, Uev, Thompson officiating,
I), ,1. Johnson, the contractor,
hassecuretl tlie old Herald office
for his place of business and is
now prepared ta attend funny wurk
iu liis lim*. Rend liis can] in this
issue.
II. I.. Stephens, of Mnrrissi-y
Miiii-s, w.-is iu Inwn Tuesday. He
reports lnisiness iu llml town good,
and says flint, every iiitlicntion
points fn the exletision of tin-(I rent
Northern to Mieliel this si-asmi.
,1. (iillis ami wife enmo down
friitit Morrissey Monday I'm-a day's
visit. Mrs. (iillis. whn was well
known ns Miss Watt, was greeted
with pli'iisitri-by her many Cranhrook friends, lnul lioth bride nud
grmiin t'l-ri-ivt-il coiigraluiutions on
every hand.
'I'll.- (Ynnbiiiiik l.tihor I'liion
will give ii lii-in-lii s ki-r Saliirday evening for H. McTnuis, who
linB heen confined lo the liospltnl
the past sl*t mouths ou ncoouut »f
the Injures recolvnl Insl fall hy n
pole ear running over him nt the
Unst Kootenny tinmht-r oonumny's
mills.
Tin- Inlet-iiii- Lllmml nssociiition
will Itnld a meeting at Rossland nu
Wiilnestltiy. Marcli 211, Each
liberal association is entitled to
tu-iiil three delegates, and nn association will In- permitted tn give
proxies unless it lins two representatives present nf lhe meeting.
Cranhrook will semi three dele-
gates.
TheMusi'nvitesniiil-Tups may scrnp.
Itiloesn'l mutter to men i-np,
l)n you see,
I grow ill Ceylon where liest tens
grow,
l I'm us good as gold nml as l.lnek ns
If llml is tln> ease, ymi should ho cnreful in the
seleeliiin.     W'e inn glvOyOU one tlini lull l„   -,,1
isfuetory  In   ijnnlity. workmutiship nml price
I Imp in nn.l  seo nur st.K*k.     Our clothes are
iiinde in Cranlironk l.y Crnnbrook people,   They
nre suits lhat suit.
A. Leitch is in Montreal this
week.
Ross Palmer hits been on the
sick list the past week.
-1. Rynn nt Wanlner was n t'rnn-
l.r ink visitnr Tuesilay,
Tin- Crnnbrook Liter.iry society
will hold two moro meetings litis
year.
.Mrs. .1. II. Wolf.-has been con-
liiml to the hospital the '-nst  two
weeks.
FnilUmvlli...f ilm Movie Leader
was in town Tuesilay and Wednesday.
('. K. Kstmen- caine down front
Fernie. Tuesdny. for a day in I'rau-
linntk.
Fnil Brown, of Ryan, wns slinking hands with Cmulm-ok friends
Tuestliiy.
Mrs. llnvill ninl Mrs. Brown, of
Wanlner, wen- Crnnbrook visitors
this week.
R. (1. .lenniugs, and two
dtui^liters  drove over  from Fort
Steele Sllltdny.
.tunics Boyes uud l.ride n-tttrn.-.]
last w-.-ck from their wedding trip
in eastern point**..
Tin- dunce given Friday night
under the manngcmei.t of C,
Harris uml I). Mel-'wan was it
ileciilnl success.
I'. Burns and his manager, llltikc
Wilson, passiil tl.n.ugh town Sunday after a tour of inspection of
the western line of markets.
Wanted, seln-o) teacher at Ninth
Slur.    Apply at ..nee to
N. McLeod Currnn,
North Star, B. C,
The .lack (I'Dii.mou.ls compilny
plnyeil tn an average house tit
Wentworth hall last Siitunlny
night.    It was so |xx.r it was good.
.1. H. Hawke, manager for P,
Bums & Co., at Moyie, was a
Cranbrook visitor, Tuesday and
Wednesday. Mr. Hawke snid that
he intended to start his ice harvest
this week.
H. Stewart, Iwokkeeper for (!.
T. Rogers, has purchased the F.
K. Simpson residence, and he nntl
Mrs. Stewart took possession
yestenlny. Their furniture arrived from the east this week,
Rev. Smith,' of Morrissey, ex-
fhnngi-d pulpits last Sunilny with
Rev. Thompsen of this city. Rev.
Smith was the Hrst minister of the'.' "' "" B' "" *'" ' """ """j    President. L. li. ViiiiDecni-
Cnuibrook Methodist chun-h nml I_.,"or? ' ,  ,.        .-; r„„i,i,,„.   rnmnn Rvn.
fi-      i,  »•    , ,,14. Tlini,,, u no tni  i-i'iiwn  anv   hefti-r1     , ice.-ljn-8i.ieni,,,anus u.ai
his old friends nn> still   lucres in. hi «.->"        s   mini, i
living here und were pleased to see     ynu know, Tliiin Me,
him. 1 (IT. II. TEA.
Two slums for snle on Al'llistiong
Avenue,       if       H. A. Lncey,
Mr. nml Mrs. Harry Marliu of
Fernie.   were   Crunhro6k   visitors
last week.
The board nf license 'comniiB-
siiiuiei's will meel iu Craubrook on
March 17.
.I. I'iiiklinin i-.-itui- over from Nnl
son Slltlinlny tn assist III fin* lui
pet'iul Innili a few ilnys.
Georgo Hunter, formerly nf
Ityaii. litis located in Crnnbrook.
Mr. Hunter is n contractor of experience nud is (igu.ing nn --nnii-
good contracts in this cily.
R. W. Wood of the big  firm nf
Trltes-W 1 ('.... wns in town nn
Mondny.   Mr. Wood is tl ttke-
up of n business iiuui one likes lo
meet, II.- is a hustler ami a credil
In nny lii.vn.
A general meeting of lln- ladies
of Craubrook will In- held at the
Lilieral rooms nu Friday afternoon
at .1.110 p. in. to discuss ways and
means of extending flu- usefulness
of Ilu- Cottugo hospital.
Constuhlc Ilnskius and wile
arrived from Fernie Monday ami
fnr the presold hnve rooms nt the
Roynl. They will move into the
house vacated by Normnn Hill ami
fiiinily ill n few duys. which .Mr.
Ilnskius has purchased.
The St. Eugene hospital hits
been n grent ltuou tn Craubrook
ami the district, ami hns bi-oughl
hundreds of peoplo fn lln- inwn
during the years it has been In
operation. Cranbrook is fortunttU-
in linving such tin institution,
The wholesale liquor lii-m nf
McDermot & Bowucss is to In-dis-
i,„i*„a „i...„. m,,4, i   I,,* i
consent. Mr. McDermot will con-
Iiiiue iu flu- business ill flu- present
stiind and Mr, Bowucss will engage
in the same business I'm- himself
inn new building to be erected fol'|
lhat purpose.
The Hernlil press has just issued
an interestingoinmlur for Fred lino
the proprietor nf the St. Louis
liolel at Roosville, ll is a Illli
poieo of work from a typogrupicnl
standpoint, and thut gentleman in
preparing tlie matter has done it
in an interesting manner, It is
au attractive statement of an attractive section,
Leask & Henderson
9 A. I.. HcDermot a. c. Bo« ne.-u 9
9 MeDERMOT (Q. BOWNESS.
9 Wholesale   Wine   and   Spirit  Merchants
V Schllti B«r The IliRhest Brands lit, Laneal aad
T Bait Ata                          »' SCOTCH and              ' t«»l  «s»'im,ai   I
I &., stoat    i         WSH    WHISKIES         |jy5-f* I
V A complete sttKk of Cigars, consisting ul Ihc
•%>             "Pharaoh," "LaPoriuna," ..Irving," -Bar-
*P               rister," "Monument," "Hilda"  and ..titers.
|ajj Mail Orders Promptly Attended to. Telephone 17
«J> Write for Prices.                                       CRANBPOdK, B. C.
^                 Agents Ior T. l-ebel & Co., Hav and drain.
9 THE MINISTER SAID
^v "Dearly beloved brethren, I'm going to stop this sermon right
vv Iii-n-.   How can I preach when two-thirds nf this congregation
>. tire coughing their heads nffJ'     I earnestly commend ynu be-
xs f'U'e next Sunilny comes In go t.. Chns.  K. Reid .V tin. and
^ provide yourselves with their famous 'Cough Qui in her.'which
T COStS lllll  JTi i-i-iiIs a imttle. Illlil cures 11
Vv mtigie.   Tin* i-iiiiL-rcL-ntion is dismissed.'
..I.l like the touch of
5C        When you visit Cranbrook stop at Ihe
i
| ROYAL HOTELI
^> None Better In the District 'j*1
9 Rates Si and up.   Short Orders and 0> sters S
«^i served in any style from 8 p. m. to 6 a.m. A
J* The table is the best, the rooms arc unsurpassed (or clean  41
W, liness and comfort and the bar is supplied with the best brand  A*
4> of liquors and cigars. Sj
L. B. VANDECAR. Prop.        g
••-•■aMSjr>»*#-#
Cranbrook
Hotel 3 3
nm.*,! Cmiori a Specialty
flood Stabling in Connection
Nearest to rall.oa.l and depot.    Haa acrnmlno-la-
tinus for the pnlilic uneijuall*--!  in Cranbrook,
llul and Cold Baths
JAMES RYAN
 Proprietor
A Model Slore.
People iniying groceries feel
much better if they know that
what they buy is nf lirst.class
quality, nnd Ihey enjoy patronising it Btore where Iheir purchases
tin- assured along this line. 1'hal
is why (i. T. Rogers' slore is
popular in Cruubrook. Thai is
why his delivery wngotl is sn
heavily loaded each dny. When
nne enters his stnre Ihere is a feel-
Ing of satisfaction .-.nil confidence,
A look I.vel* the -4.4.1,1m sold con-
viiiccs all. Mr. Rogers has built
up a line business in Crnnbrook
uml it is tine to the ehiiructei- nf
his goods nud liis businesslike
methods.
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FLOUR AND FEED
We are still iii lnisiness and eun ipiiite you lowest
prices for Timothy. .Meadow Hay. Bunch (irass. Hats.
Bran. Shorts. Wheat ami Ogilvies Flour.
HARRIS  & JOLLIFFE
meat) market
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r
Brewery Company filed Officers.
The stock holders in ilu- now
lirewery coiupany held a meeting
lust week ami elected Ilu* following
!members directors! Ij. II. Van-
I Decar, James Rynn. -I. Hrnull.
Fnil (ieilcr, A. 0. Bownoss and
Frank Clapp, Tin-direelors then
elected officers ns follows:
Manager, Fnil (lielel*.
Secretary, A. L. MoDormot,
^
The Calgary Cattle Company,
SICCKSS.IHS TO •*. V..ISMS
DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF HEAT
POULTRY, FISH AND OYSTERS IN SEASON
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFF1CE
HALT!   'TENTION!
For fine Boots and Shoes, go to nanning
& Lacey;   our name is a guarantee of
satisfaction with everything we sell.
In this line we can supply you with everything from a lady's fine shoe to lumbermen's heavy boots,      Prices are right.
MANNING & LACEY,
f" ■, I A 1 ,f. | A | ... | A | A | ... | <(* | A | I.- | '., | Aj* I * I * | ij- | <!> I 1 I «■ I * I * I * I * I *> I » ll
r Illi:   1-ltAMtltOOK    HKIIAI.I)
THE PRICE
READ THIS.
If you pa> tin exhorhitnnl price fnr a suit PART ot your
money is wasted, n utter how good the garments arc.    If yon
pay ever so smnll a price for ll bad suit ALL your money is
wasted, If you buy a good suit you must pay nt least a fair
price, ami thai is all you will pay for a suit nit.de by
McSWEYN & GRIFFITH,
Cranbrook Block
Cranbrook. B. C
•>->- •"•>*- •> •-♦*<£)
I  ** I P. Burns & Co
A Wkoleaale aad Retail
A
The rtjsults oi las s year's bookings, tor one of our companies,--The Anglo-American is now to hand
and amply bears out our previous statments, that we work at EQUITABLE and ADEQUATE rates,
sufficient to give us a REASONABLE working profit. Last year their INCREASE in income amounted
to nearlvt47.000.00 and they declared paid their USUAL DIVIDEND OF 7 PER CENT.
ARNOLD   (&   ROBERTS
Markets
in all the
Principal
Towns in
British
Columbia.
SS
| IVW Merchants
9
0 Fresh and Cured Meats Frtsh
-,V      Fish, Game and Poultry.
A
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A
We supply only the best.   Vour
trade is solicited.
ffiEBHSSEfSH
(boilers
and ENGINES
Saw Mill riachinery
Planing Hill Machinery
Iron Working; riachinery
Mining riachinery
Machinery for all Purposes
All of very hest makes.
Write
J. L. Neilson eV Co.,
0112 Mala St., Wlnnlaei
BRICK
We have a stock of
Common Brick,
Pressed Brick,
Fire Brick
and Tile
Those wanting chimneys, lire
places, boilers lined, or any iob
work in the brick line call on
Geo. R. Taylor
-*••-»••• HI *♦♦*♦* -» •-•>*-•> -*»•>-*-•><•)
y a*     ,
Huvc Vim Any fainting lo be Done?
Oo Any oi Vour Rooms Need Papering?
if so SEE
W. N. CLARKE.
Estimates given on largo contracts. Ue don't wnnt the
earth. Wo want to pleuse
ynu with the, work ->■■ -1 receive
rniiuiiiiniile pay.
Roynl lintel, Cranbrook
Z®-®-®~®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®
Harriage
Ves. anil Ilu- CITY   BAK-
l-'liY is lln- pli Itigt-tn nice
(•) wedding cake und ornaments
I in the liilesl stylo.  Why send
T your order mil  of Inwn uud tk
j- purhups havo iln- icohigbrok- -j,
en liy shipping.  I'rices riglit.
I'tinni- SI o-ipi'BiiL* M. E. Cbarch
C. VV. WILSON,
*®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®'
HANDLEY'S
LIVERV, FEED
""SALE STABLES,
CRANBROOK,    -     -     -     B, C.
Sale Hursts,    (iood Kins.   Comfortable
Accommodations.   Drivers and Riga
lor any part of District,
Paul liandley, ■ Prop.
B. C. LIVERY
and FEED STABLE
Now rigs, gootl driving
innl saddle horses nl
reasonable rate, Our
iiim/vil] be to give gootl
earo if* ;ill horaes stn-
lilril with u.s.
N. C. MiKIINSTKY, Prop.
The Herald flives lhe News
CHURCH DIRECTORY
Cranbrook Methodist Church.
Comer of Unison Avenue ind Louis Street
Biifiilnj' Ptfrtlitw
Divitif Wui-Hltip 11 a. vi.
S hn S.IiodI :i >». m.
Ul vino Wotwliip 7::tu v. ii,
Tlli-H.lu.v:     Kpwotlli    LetiKllti   nf   CbriKtlnn
Kmii'iiv.'i* m i>. \i,
TIiiii'hiIh.y;   Wwkl.v I'iii.vit Mii-liiiit....K i', M
A   ..iniilil   inviliiliiiii ir> t'xti>ii,l,*.| t.i lln
Piil.iii*.
INiHtor, B. J. TlitmiiiRoii.
Cnnhrook Baptist Church.
Tlie fallowing lit (lit uf tile ** itIcmi lul.I
io ttir IliiptiNt Cliiircli:
SurifJny II  n. m. nnd 7:.'I0 p    .
Siitiifii.v Srlidul        :i *.. m
Vuung IViiiilcB S p. m. Tuetiiliiy
iVii.ycr Mt'i-tiDK, h i*. m. Wednesday
Tlie pnlilii' nre cord la II; Invited to attend
nil imwtinKR.
I'uHtur, P. W. Aiivarlw.
Crabroolt Presbyterian Church.
Sabbath Hi'rvicfH: 11 r. m, nml 7.110 p. m.
Sunday School uml Bibleclaos ■'( p. m.
i lirlstian Endeavor, Tuemlay 8 p. m,
Tlm publ|t;Breoordlaily invited to attend
nil I lu> (Hi-el inijH.
I'liHtnr,  \\". (I. W. 0 Furtiim1 ii. a
J. P. PATTON
MACHINIST and STEAM FITTER
Any kind of mill work promptly
attended to. Also boiler repairing
at a low cost right at your mill. A
trial solicited.
DR. F. E. KINO,
DENTIST
OF1CE HOURS:
{..to li»■» Ul.
1 to 0 p. m.
7 tO 8 p   Ql
CRANBROOK, B.C
J. Q. CUMMINGS
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
FORT STEELE
W. F. (IURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
CRANBROOK,   DPITISH   COLUMBIA
Cranbrook
Livery 3
Phone   99
Cranbrooh, D. C.
GEARY& DOYLE
Proprietors ******
Teams and driven furnished for any
point in the district,
A. DOV1.E, Manager.
Wm. R. BEATTY
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
CRANBROOK,   B.   C.
Undertaker and Kmbalmer
Caskete trimmed and shipped at short
notice and reasonable prices
Will re eiveand hold remains in Clin pel
ut a small cost.
Sole agent in  the  Kootenays,  for
REX FORMALDEHYDE COMPOUND
the latest and
liest ilipinfeetiint known to science.   It
wilt not  harm the daintist fabric, or
blacken the finest instrument.    No apparatus required to use it.
-$2.00 A BOTTLE—
Wi- niv nlwnys road)' hay or Night
ft. C. ttfftKH       ]. t. Slf»tMlt
Australian Hotel
This mnn  is  biking
Bolld   i-olll In I'l       In*
' knows where to no
•i    lie goes to tb«* Bolitl
S     comfort liuti'l. ihr I.i-
/      WHITE -HOT-EL nt
llif Junction wliii'i-
liu is tfiwu tin1 lii'.*-
iimii nl' ilu' city.
Australian Ibtcl
Stephens Bros,
THE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL    nwn"""d,,"prle,°8
Morrissey Junction. B. C.
Morrissey Junction, B. C.
J. li. Stephens,    M. Ruckendurf
H. L. Slephcns,   J. lawswi,
Tin- AI.'MiiuIni  ll.it.'l has
t'lC I' '|tUtillil)li. nud il lias
Imili up I lla! iv|)iitiilinii on
nii't'il. It is ilir liiiv.-sl
ninl lii-sl oqniplHHl Imli'l in
tin* ilistriri. Vmi yyt your
nioiirv's worth,
The Alexandra Hotel
Stephens Urns. & Co,
Owners and   Proprietors
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
LAND DEPARTMENT
FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company
owns large 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.
FERNIE NEWS
Krmii iln* I'rii' 1'it'SH.
\V. Soiiicrtoii. o[ Cranbrook, is
relieving C. Fife ns operatcr, Mr.
Fife is taking a couple of weeks
holidays nfter four years faithful
service with the C. I*. It.
Iv Walter, of Marino* Walter,
Coleman, waa in lown lliis week,
He statoB lhat this firm eouuuenco
the construction of 104 ovens for
the International company tliis
ttv.'k. Tin* wurk during tin- remainder of the winter will be cou-
flued rack-quarrying foi*tin' foundation of the ovens, The camp is
in a prosperous condition, Tho
conl compnny nre taking on more
men steadily and throe shifts nre
being worked.
E, (.-. Gamble, of Victoria,
engineer of works, was in town
this week to take steps towards
preparing plans for the now Fernie
jail for which $1,800 has boon appropriated, Mr. Gamble will pro-
pare two plans, one for a now jail
entirely sepnrnte from the present
building with certain modifications,
The department will decide which
is tho preferable course and the
work of construction will be commenced vory shortly.
The government is prepared to
hiiild a road in the Flathead
country as soon as the necessity
For the rond .'irises. There is a
grant of $45,000 for contingencies
for public works and buildings,
roads, streets, bridges, wharves,
and surveys, and the cost of the
road to the Flathead will be taken
out of this grant. This matter has
boon effectually settled by our
member, W, K. Ross, who has
received a direct promise from the
government that tho road will bo
constructed as soon as il is needed.
The hearing of the objection to
the grunting of the water right to
Wm, Esehwig in Wesl Kernie took
place nl the court house on Wednesday before J, F, Arnistroiig.
land commissioner, H, W. Horch-
mor appeared for the Board of
Trade and W, R. Ross for the petitioner. The Commissioner decided thu mutter by reserving the
first 2'* inches of water in the
stream for the use of any future Incorporated lown that may be located hero. The petitioner was
given the right to use the next four
Inches, Four inches of water, running constantly will supply fhe as-
tonishingninountof over 22,000,000
gallons per year, quite sufficetit I
supply a large brewery.
ITEMS FROM MOYIE
A GREAT ORGANIZATION.
frum tlm .MnVii' I.Hiuli'r
J, A. Harvey was in Moyie Monday attending the meeting of the
waterworks company.
Mrs. Neitzel nnd children left
yesterday for Spokane, wliere they
will remain for some time.
Miss Atwood arrived yesterday
from Chicago, whero she was visiting for several mouths past.
(lien Campbell and wife have
moved to Orniibrook to reside.
Mr. Campliell is holding a position
with the Robiuson-McKonzio
Lumber company.
The  Brotherhood  of  Railroad
Kiakemeii was organized Si'pteni-
her 211, 18811 atOneontn.New York,
and was known by that name until
(Tauunry 1st. INK), when it wni
ehanged to the Brotherhood of
IRailroad Trainmen. It is doing
business in the Dominion of Canada and in alt the States of
America as a fraternal beneficiary
association. It has a lodge system
with ritualistic form of work and
representative form of government,
The management of its business
affairs is tested in a grand lodge
consisting of the following officers;
Grand Master, four Vice Grand
Masters, Grand secretary and
treasurer; a board of grand
trustees consisting of threo mem-'
borsj n grand executive board
consisting of three members and
one delegate from each subordinate lodge. The meetings of the
grand lodge are held bi-annually
and nt such meetings 150 members
constitutes a quorum. The grand
lodge officers are elected at these
meetings for a term of two years.
Each subordinate lodge is entitled
to one representative to the regular
meetings of the grand lodco nut.
all such representatives nre entitled to vote direct for the grand
lodge officers. Any member in
good standing is elegible to hold
otHoe in tho grand lodge, The
order issues three beneficiary certificates.
Viz.: lu) $500 at 75 cents per
month: lb) $1,000 at 81.50 per
month: id $1,860 at $2.00 per
month; but no one member is allowed to curry more than one certificate at any one time. Besides the
death benefits, the order agrees to
pay the insured the full amount of
Ins beneficiary certificate in ease
of the loss of a hand at or above
the wrist joint; or the loss of a foot
at or above the ankle joint: or
Buffering the loss of the sight of
both eyes, either of which is considered total permanent disability.
The order hnd ut the end of 1908
(HM lodges, (111,000 members in good
standing. They paid out during
t!K)B, $1,18(1,745 for death antl dis-
ability claims, Since the inception
of the order, or during the last
twenty years, the men iu overalls
have paid out lo disabled brothers
tuul bereaved families $8,7(18,284.
There are approximately 220,000
miles of railways in Canada and
the United Slates. The li. of R,
T. have agreements on 180,000
miles. Tlie order is rated in Brad-
street's as financially solvent and
has for the accomodation of its Canadian members $100,000 bunked in
Canada. Tho convention held last
May in Denver cost $65,000, The
next convention 1905, meets iu
Buffalo. D. H,
FORT STEELE ITEMS
Kr-im Uie I'ro-i'iH'tnr.
Miss Hnil.-y 1,-l't Steele Momlny
imii'iiiiii; for Aslici-ol'f.
Dim Monroe returned Woduos-
ilny from n trapping uxiHilition on
upper Hull river,
Mrs. X. A. WiilliliKiT wns vis.
itiil"' nl Crnnbrook during tlie early
[nii'i of ihis week,
M, A. Iiml,-. Crnnbrook, wns
n visitor nt tin* resident of X. A.
Wnlliup-r Thursday.
il is sn ill thai tllO fnil' llllliilrus
nf Furt Steele cbntemblnto n tieny
Bull nl tin- Opi-i-n Rouse in lln*
ueui- future.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. ('. Bowncss, nml
Mi-, nnil Mrs. Win. Smnll. Cnn,.
l.riii.k. were ri'nisli-ri-il nf lln- Im-
1'i-rinl Siimlnv Inst.
Miss Cunningham, sister of Mrs.
Dr. Brotlie, will lenve Scotltiuil 01
lh.- 1 llh nf Mnri-li for Steele, ii
eoiiipnuy with Rev. .1. T. B*urgnr
sun ami fainilv.
Presbyterian Services Next Sunday.
Anthi-ni. •■() Cniiie nil ye l-'ailh-
l'ul." Siipraiiu Siilu. Mrs. Martin.
D..C, T.in vunrti-lt. Chorus liy
the Choir,
Offertory Sentence, "Till He
Conn-." l.y the Choir. Dm-i. *l
will Mngnify Thee. (I Hoil."Mrs.<i.
It. MoLcod nml Mr. McLeod.
After tin- benediction, "Xow tin-
Dny is Over." by tlie Choir.
Rev. Mr. Fortune will ulHoiiito
al Imili services.
Card of Thanks.
\\ o desiro In express nur thanks
for the extreme kindness shown by
the people of Crnnbrook during
the recent illness nnd dentil of
Mrs. Ariitfielil. We only trust
tlllll sometime wo mny bo nblo to
show uur iippreciiitimi of wind was
done for us.
Mr. nud Mrs..). T. Sarvis.
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Wanted.
S-M'.-inl representntive in tliis and
adjoining territories, to represent
uml advertise nn old established
business house of solid fiunneinl
standing, Salary $21 weekly, with
expenses iidvnueed tiooll Monday by
cheek direct from headquarters,
Ex'-eusi-s advanced; position permanent,   We furnish everthing.
Address The Columbia, I'.JHI
Monon ISIdg,, Chicago, 111, -Ill-IH
l-'nn Siw.n—llniToil   I'lyiiiiniili  Hook
eggs tram piu-o, liirgd, viol-nun hii,In.
mn' A. C. It-soil-
I'ntiifiii'liilili*. fiu-nlslioil r.  l,-i
Apply ft, llornkl office, in if
Houso fm- .-i-iil.   Apply to A, siii'limi
tVontworth hotel. in if
Dickens' luniks iiro inn- in life, So
will yniii- photo In- if ynu gol it 1 ikon ni
Prut's 8tii<l'o°, in-tf
If you wi.n tiiuiiliTii Job work ilonp liy
modern |ii*iiiir-i,*i, cull ,i, iho Hornlil
tlllii-i-.
Morrow ^ .M l-'ai-liiai- nre going tn
hnve a very rilti-jictlvo store, Thoy huvc
n largo slock on the way, nml will In-
ri-iiily for lnisiness the lirst nf noxt
month,
\Viiiiti-,l-.i„,„l i-elliihlo liulioa to tnke
ordors for our lnlior nnul-i skirls mul
skirt supporters. Gopd rainiiilssinn,
Wiiii-iinw nnil gol sninples fortiib spring
trii.li>.
Iltniiiiiiiia Iiuiiiii,at Con
■Ut lliis L'Uti  Uuolph,   Ont
Por Maps and furlher parllculars apply lo Ibe following local Land Agents:
V. lly.li- Bilker, Crnnbrook, lt. C.    11. & M. Uiul, N.-lsun. 13. ('.
11. R, Bruce, Wilmer, B. C. .1. A. Mi-t'alluiii, (Iraiul l-'nrks.H.C.
I. II. Wilson, Wardner, B. C. E, Mnllaiulniiii-. Jr., Creston, 11. C.
W. M. Frost, Gateway, Mont.
Or J. S. DENNIS, British Columbia, Land Commissioner, C.
P. 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 Io*v
and sell on the rise.
BEALE & ELWELL,
Cranbrook Agents.
Robinson-McKenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kinds Of
Rough and Dressed Lumber
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•(Sis*.
KING MERCANTILE CO.
Saw! Planing Mills
Maiiiif,i.liiti-.s nf Rough ami DrcBsed
LUMBER.
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WE NEVER SLEEP
We do all kinds ol scavenger work, such
as cleaning privy vaults, cesspools, and
carting away rafuse matter in yards.
Satiefaction guaranteed. Office at Wentworth Hotel.
Cranbrook Scavenger Co.
D. H. ricDonald, Mgr.

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