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THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
VOLUME  8.
<'KANBROOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY,   MAY   25,   1905.
NUMBER  9
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital. $8,700,000 Reserve Fund. $3,500,000
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO
ll. I'.. IV ll Kill. ,;,■,„ ...I Manage,       ,u i:\. laird, Aul, Clen'l Manager
BANK MONEY ORDERS
,88„rU A,   IHE IOLLOWINQ I,all S
$3 uml uii.ler..      .1 i-em,
Ov.r IS end not exceeding $10     6 ccota
"   mo     " "        $30   io cent.
"   $30      " " S50     15 icts
Those Orders an, I'l.yi.blo nl I'm- ., .,,,, oflli-o in , annul,,.., n Clinrlered Hunk
IVukoo excepteill, .,,,.1 al ,1,.- principal banking |wi„l« in lhc United Stales.
Till: CANADIAN HANK OF COMMBRCC, LONDON, ENC.
They lorill ,,,, excellent method nt remitting Sl.ll.ll sums of money
with mii'-ty iiiiiI iii small oust.
CRANBROOK BRANCH
F. C. MALPAS, Mgr.
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HMPERIAL^BANK       j
I OF CANADA!
CAPITAL PAID UP
REST     ....
$3,000,000 ;
$3,000,000 _
CRANBROOK BRANCH
I HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO, ONT. f
I T. R. Merritt, Pres.   D. R. Wilkie, Vice Pres. and Gen. Manager _
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WILGA" PRIVATE HOTEL
The most comfortable house .ind the best
table in the Kootenays
Apply tor terms S. (j. Ho.idlcy, Craubrook
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BEALE & ELWELL
OFFER FOR SALE:
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5 1 2 acre Fruit .ind Chicken Farm.
also Market Garden with seven-
roomed dwelling house* good stable
and biiy>^y house, v*nod water .supply Irom mountain creek. Only
10 minutes Irom town ol Cranbrook
TERMS   REASONABLE
For the Bride's
Dainty Finger
Crushed Vrtder a
Falling Building
Eleven Employes at C. P. R.
Station are Injured.
"'■ f. 'ml  <? iiH
Wm. F. Tate & Son, ^SZmm*
Olliciiil Wutcb ItiBpoctorB Crows Nest Piub Division, O. lJ. U.
tlinl nn* Hindu
Wedding Rings
Tin- plain Iiimii of gold is sliil
Triv\' Is \V0'*''■'.(•'1,\s\^\^    t,M' iwohiti^  Wi-lmviMi Inrgens-
TIIB INJURED.
DONALD MoALMSTEB,
Cut face, bruised right -side, left leg
bruised.
C. UOLAND,
Right arm cut and bruised,    right
leg bruised.
. II. McKAY,
Bruised bnek and scratched lace.
W. SMALL,
Dislocation of spine and contusion
ni back.
.1. A. McDOUOAL,
Dislocated  right shoulder joint, hip
bruised.
J. CALDWELL,
Face bruised, lour ribs on left side
fractured, back bruised.
E. WILLIAMS,
Badly bruised all over,
A. J. ENGLISH,
Cut (aee,   dislocated left shoulder,
back severely bruised.
It.  HAYNK,
Cut face, both legs fractured,    one
arm broken.
W. O'BfllEN,
Foreman,  cut on left hand, .leveie
bruises, abrasion of left leg.
10. I). DOWLING,
Bruised face, left leg fractured.
Ai noon today all the men were
in ii most satisfactory condition considering the nature of the injuries received, William Small seems lo l.e
improving, and the sense of feeling is
again reaching down on his legs that
have been paralyzed since the r.eci-
ilenl. The dislocation of the spine
has been reduced ami there is a
chance of ultimate recovery.
At 10:50 last Tuesday morning,
tho second story of the G, P. R.
station, thai wns being jacked up
to mlmit tin* construction of n
iliinl story, fell without h moments
warning rat-ohing al! nl' llie men
working beneath, Fur n moment
ruiisteniation prevailed. V roil)
out of the clould of dust that arose
from the falling plaster in the debris, cume the creaking of twisted
liinh.Ts and cracking Wwirds mulled with the ngouizing shrieks of
the injured men pinioned like nits
in a trap beneath a ruined mass
weighing many tons.
Victor Rollins, who happened to
he nl Rogers corner, turned and
rung up for doctors, and George
IToggartii had the lireheil turned
loosi*. This spread the alarm
n;ii irk ly and within five minutes
the business portion of the town
was virtually depopulated, and u
ureal horror stricken crowd gathered nIkhit the ruins of the dopot,
anxious lo do all in lheir power to
assisl Ihe victims of the disaster.
Ed ('line, one of the desputchers
working on the lower floor of the
Imilding, was the lirst man lo the
rescue, lie run out of lhe olliee
and up a ladder, climbed through a
window nnd was soon among the
suite Hug men. Tliere were cries
for aid at once when tliey saw help
was al hand, as each man was nnx-
ioustobe relieved from his pains
and taken to a place of safety.
Thero were other men who hud
been employed on the work but escaped as they were on the outside.
When they heard the rallying cry
of ('line they lost no time iu coming lo las assistance. Uut tho second mun to get In wus J. McSweyn
the tailor. He heard the crush and
waiting for nothing, started for the
scene of disaster, and hurrying up
a ladder, was soon at the side of
('line aud ready to go to work.
•Tunica Greer, the contractor, was
soon tliere, aud his knowledge of
Imilding was of great assistance in
nn emergency of that description.
The firsl man taken o i t-rns F.
.McKay, who was lucky enough to
escape with only a few injuries,
William Small was Bfi u pinned
down under a heavy timber, and it
was supposed by all that ho was
dead, and he was passed up hy
the rescuers. After .McKay was
taken out it was noticed thai Small
was alive and the men hastened to
ids help. Near him, however, was
J. Caldwell, who presented an
horrible appeurauce with his face
a mass of bleeding bruises and
cuts. "Get this heavy timlier off
my back and then help thut fellow,"
said Small, and this was done at
once. Then the lour heavy
timbers that held Caldwell down
were lifted and the man with
broken ribs, fractured side and
badly mutilated face, was tenderly
carried down the ladder and hurried to the hospital. Then the
men turned to Small, who was
brave enough and generous enough
to remain where he was until a suffering comrade had been carried
to safety, and yet Small was more
seriously Injured than any of the
others, as he had his spine dislocated. As he was carried to the conveyance he said to those helping him,
"I gess I am all in. This blow
will do me," William O'Brien,
the foreman, wns caught with his
linial and leg between the studding
at the side that had doubled up
like a jack knife, and it look some
time to get him loose. It was only
a short time before all the men
eleven in all. were in (he hospital
with the exception ofMeKny, who
was taken home, llut the big
crowd that bad gathered remained
some time looking witli sorrow at
the ruins that had brought suffering to so many good men,
CAI SE OF TIIK ACCIDENT.
The heavy second story was being
jacked up to permit the placing of a
third story on fop ot the firsl one.
The work had been well done, ni-
wltlisUniting the diftlcully ol the
task, and each day saw the heavy
load going hlgcr, Ou Tuesday the tie-
sired hofghth had been reached   nnd
raiding had been place,I in propel'
place. Then the blocking on which
tbe lop stun had rested as it was
lining raised was taken mil, one pile
after another. The lasl one had been
removed and the men were ready lo
proceed wiih the wmk nf linisltiug,
when there wns a slight quiver of the
upper story, then Un* men saw llinl
the studding on the shies Ihal held
lhe load was mining sIiltjiIIv. Thai
was the warning, but it came too
tale to allow the men lo escape, For
a second il wavered, ami then wnh
an awful rush it fell to Hit- norlh,
true and evm, an.) rested on the -mle
studding that in collapsing, fill one
ou the top or the other, I lius making
a solid foundation directly over the
lower walls, and that saved Uie people below, as well as preventing com-
plete annihilation ol those working
above. It is supposed that the direct
cause was duo to insufficient bracing
for such an heavy weight, and vhen
the mass got started it carried everything with it.
STORY OF AN EYE-WITNESS.
Victor Rollins, of the Cranhrook
hotel, was an eye-witness to the disaster, and he said a short time after
it had occurred that he would give
anything il he had not seen it. "1
had gone to the corner to call Mr.
Werden to come over and gel, a trunk
that was to go out on that morning
train. I had just yelled In him when
I noticed that tire roof of the htilld-
ing .seemed to he moving. For an Instant I imagined that I musl be mistaken, then I saw that it was too
true. That great mass of stall was
slowly coming down, thai is it seemed slow, yet I know that it was not.
\ti.l below tt l thought lhat I -:ould
sir 25 oi 30 men. I knew that there
was im chance of escape, and from
where I Stood I could see clearly Uu*
open pail of the building where the
men were standing, As the pper
p.n i gol about half way down, It
scorned in suddenly Iol go ami ionic
Willi a rush, and then all lbe men
well- shut i.l*) [rom mv view ami I
know thai ihey were buried beneath
Ui.' ruins, I lell ihat mosl of ihem
must surely he dead, Unit there wild
In- wiy liitle if any chance for them
io escape being crushed to death. I
don't lliuik 1 moved for iwo or luce
seconds, ami then I turned ami ran to
tin* hotel and yelled to Mr. Ryan to
telephone Uu- doctors. 1 would nol
go through Unu experience again tor
alij money."
.NOTES OF THE ACCIDENT,
Oeuige llilliei, the station agent,
musl have had a premonition of trouble. A lew minutes before the accident he told those in ihu waiting
rooms io vacate. This was done anil
l was fortunato, as all of lhe jili.s-
ifiing in the men's loom came down
and ihe big, heavy rafters were broken and splintered in several p,.ic.:..
Mis. R. Joyce an.l two children ..nd
Miss Arrowsmith were in the ladles'
wailing room whin lhe clash .ame,
haling gone lu just a short time he-
fore. Naturally they were veiy nirli
[lightened.
Conductor Cavin was in the agent's
room arranging for the departure ol
the Kimberley irain. He heard the
grinding noise and with one cry for all
io get out made a dash for the leal
door ami landed in safely away I'l.mi
the building.
Superintendent Erlckson was on his
way to Calgary at the time but was
notified as soon as the wires could Input in shape.
Chief Clerk Haines, of the superintendent's office, says that they had a
had scare in their department, as
must of the plastering came down on
the bunch.
Mr. Smith, the superintendent ol
ibe bridge and building department,
was In Fernie when he got the news
if the accident, and his first Information was to the effect that four men
were killed.
W. Cameron, one of the men working in the middle portion of the luiild-
ingsaid thai he did lhe quickest figuring he ever did in his life. He saw
ihe studding at Ihe side of tbe building start to move and he wondered if
he could get out before U gol
far enough down to catch him. In the
second that" he figured he came to the
onclusiou that he would not be able
lo make it ami so started to get
down on the Hoot* ami even at that
the top of the building caught him
and hurt his back, but fortunately
not seriously. If he had tried to
jump through the .studding he would
have been caught and squeezed lo
death.
W. O'Brien, the foreman, was
caught by the studding that was shut
up like a jaekkuife and had one hand
and one leg badly pinched.
E. L. Chudlotgtl, chief dispatcher,
came in on the morning passenger
from Winnipeg, ami arrived just a few
minutes after ihe accident. He was
shocked at the condition tliat 'net
his gaxc as he stepped from the train.
Station Agent Hillier says that if
M. J. Ilaney, the contractor whu
built lhe Crow, had not put up such
ulid structure ibat all of ihem
would have been crushed tn death. As
i was Uie heavy rafters were strong
-iioitgh tu stand the shock,
llltlo Inez Fiimis answered llle cry
if J, AlcSweyn for an aXO and tail
from her home across tlie street Willi
axe iu her hand, which was quickly passed up lo the rescuers.
In. Miles,  lho deulisi, rang lhc file
•11, and this was a good thing ioj it
brought plenty of help on the ground
rly.
Many persons were heard lo rem.ok
ibai ii was fortunate lliati there wan
li a well equipped hospital as il.e
St. Eugene right at hand. Drs. King,
Groeil ami Connolly W'eii' soon on
hand and doing all in llieli powei    to
lleviate the sufferings of ibe Helms.
The reason that Ua- ball . lory
was being raised was for the ptii|i.se
of giving sleeping looms to lhe .'o'tn-
men in the offices. They were to lie
tea led and lighted by the company
and would have made very pleasant
quarters.
Miss Cousins, the stenographer in
the superintendent's office, was busy
at her machine when the accident occurred and received a terrible fright.
If the building had fallen toward
the west the loss of life would have
been     terrible, as the platform    was
rowded with people at the lime.
It will be impossible to do anything
with the second story except to tear
it to pieces, as it is a total week.
The luss to the company will run up
tn several thousand dollars.
The C. V, ll. officials did all in
lheir power to make the unfortunate
men as comfortable as possible under
the distressing circumstances- Ever!
attention was paid to them, and thi
human side of a corporation came it
lhe surface in this instance.
(Continued on following page.)
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IF A Merchant
,    , re
gave you bad money you «
would return it to him at il
once and demand good i'i
money for it. Why not do ;i
the same with bad goods? |
We have no doubt as to il!
our goods standing the |
test. We guarantee them ft
to. iIf they don't we |
will be glad if you will re- _
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turn them—and dt .* dt dt '!
REMEMBER?'
	
YOUR MONEY BACK IF S
YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED!
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Thai's what you (ret from
our prescription department.
No mistakes.
No substitution.
No Impure drug...
We make it a rule to "do
thintss rij{ht."
lirhiR your   prescriptions
to us.
Beattie &!!
Atchison
Where it Pays to Deal
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Have you protected
your family in citsc
of accidental <lcutir.
V.m should 'io so!
Wi' can give you a
most liberal policy
poveriiiR iw wri-
ib'tit nr .xt disease.
Knits .H'.'i.nliiiK to
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CRANBROOK   HERALD
Bj Tht Herat,! Puhlislunp, Companj
Limited.
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Editor anJ, Manager.
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canaRonl I" Iw ivl.lio,,,  It, uml everyone
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ll,l„„'tm ,,. I'l"...- I 'I''-     I,-'!'-"'
latopubll.li,.,..'»-, rtlia, will I will
... tliu a. .t.a'.v.   semi ... your euhaertti.
ti.ni uial am! you will !"■ tlitiuklul ever afterward.
Adv.rtl.lns ,-.,,.*, ?! per ..,.,. -I'ml.'■••,
uuu,. pur i,„>i.,l>. „>. more uml .... leaa
Reading matter 15  f per line to,,,.,,
_d.OTtU.ni! 1.,.  1-.  line .,,".."[ I
..rtuwre.   Una.,"— loetll. liveivutaperline
mli luHrtlou.
(lyoudealretu, It lite  pie olSoutl,
Baal K,...,.',...., ., ."-' udver, 'I'l,.'
Herald.
Th.Hernld l,a«n llretelnaa |ob|,l„nl, nnd
lt.worltl.ot ,1..' beat. The Hernld .I",,',
want ilmrity.   It walita a a.].,;.,.- deal ..a
your lob work.   Ilweean'l lull .,... l„„l
Ity and price, kick, and s..„,l your work t.
.am. Clump Job .,».-,..,I « "' "•'''
ar .pand. ii ceu! i" ' rnnbrook.
May be (ore:
Keinoluber, son, it,.- world is
Sad enough without
Vuitr woes.
Talk happiness each chance
You e'-i—a,ul
Talk it ,oo.l and strong;
Look lor li in
The byways as you grimly
plod along;
l'i,baps it ia a stranger now
Whose visit never
Comes;
Hut talk ii'   Soon you'll Ind
Ih.,, you ai„l Happluess
Ue chums.
MARYSVILLE CELEBRATION
ICRUSHEl) UNOER FAL
LINQ BUILDING.
II ihere ,s ., stone ,,, stump, ■"
..,l„.i unsiglill) ..i.i.'., in il"' yard,
plant some ,,,..,,„,,s glurles, cypress
\i,„a. canary lluwers ,u„l halloon
vines (love pulls) around It, Vou'll
he glad ,i waa Ihere I,.'!,.re tho a,unmet ,s uver. I,.. ,ba same way wllh
ibe mind, li dark, ugly thoughts perils!   n, obtruding themselves,    [ilaul
llowols   ali.,,,,.1      llll'lll   .„"!   ll"''   will
llsapp, al.
IT WAS iimi:   \ SI CCESS SOT- (Continued iron, lirst page.)
WITHSTANDING   Till-: BAD Prest & Co. did some great work.
WEATHER. | The accident occurred tn the morning
iv,,,,,,   ,i,a   nun   that   prevailed at 10:50 and helore 1o'clock they had
tl„J.|„a„ yesterday, standing room some floe photos ol the wrecked bulla-,
was .i'i .. premium „, the two coaches '"S on sale. |
that cimposed the special train wbieb    Robert Coughlln, a carpenter,   was
carried   lhe  Marysville excursion.   I,  up .... lhe building at the time ot the
is  estimated   thai   ahoul  1.".,, ..f our accldout, although not working tliere.
townspeople did   lhe honors    ,1,    lho   He bail gone up lo lalk with Foreman
■niellel   eil)   a'    "a most enjoyable O'llricn a minute anil taken bis   Hog
Victoria day celebration and the iiuin-| with   I,,,,,,   lu    the accident be was
ber would easily    have been doubled standing til the north end uud   was
bad tbe w.'.iibei !,,','„ in,,-     The visl- knocked down    and   rendered uncou-
jlots arrived al"",,   , and ilislrtb-.scloiuj loi a lew   tnlnules, but   so,.,,
uttal themselves .,,, g the time iip-tcame   to ami g.,1 out unhurt.     'I'I,,'
t...I,,,,- huslulrics that  the lllllt'illy dog escaped wllboiil a scratch,
boasts ..i.    where lhe)   were muted     \Mmii „.1|nl||.illk   WM w,„.klllR   ,,„
will,   thai    special brand "t whole. ,|u, cmls|l|,, ,l|li: WM Mnll,k uv   .„,„,,
lu'iiiied hospitallt)  i.„  win,!, cactim
itie lumllurds ,s „..!,,!.
( Vi
I Leckie Boots
Hiivt'li,',',,pro,„„,,,,'-
i'il liy ,'S|»'Hs
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1,000 sx Week
brooH M.-r-.l.l   ^   <r   "
Aflei I,,n.l, ,!,.' cxcurslunlsls proceeded i" "'",!"' ," lho sights " Marysville ,s „ heaiilllul  s ,  rain ol
aim,a, nml the eoiilrai'iness ol Ihotlo-
liienls di.l no, deter Ilia Iblongs of
pleasure seekers Horn appreciating the
grandeur ol lliis llotl-lavorcd locality.
The main lealure », Inlerest In lhe
I,,,,- spread "i natural panorama was
lbe falls, Una aial other bcauliful
scenes wen- vlsilcd, admired ■,"'!
tlakcd,
The new    smeller was visited   by
nearly all and greal inlerest was exhibited in lliis    monster necessity to
us io less,,, pain „l mind   or modern mitring,  Hy tho kind courtesy
il does nol so much add to Iho ol several ,.( the celebration commit-
i „f our iovs as ii lauds i„ ,li-1 lee the crowds w.ie conducted through
! our suflet'lnis. I lho uiious departments ol this  truly
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of virtui
Ill-
..! the b, Iek fiom the lulling chimney
bm not seriously Injured.
It. Iluy tie, who had boll, legs,,,.,!,-'
en a,nl received olhoi Injuries besides, hud been nut ol the hospital
only two weeks, having broken u leg
about three months ago. |
The lime of ibe accident was taken
in a manner that could no! be disputed. The regulator ill the agent's
olliee was shaken su by the shuek
Uial ilu, heavy pendulum was broken
loose and tin* lower point driven into
bottom ol the ease. The lime '.gla-
tl'l'ei! when the eoek slopped wus
10:501,
all    ll
aim-Iin a .1..Ihi
righl I..
The lie
thnt a."
Wietvwtfifv
EDITonui   snri'.s.
Here is ,, slorj    , b) aa i-.\cll.ll
that liis man)  coiiimiiii ll '■
Said the gruee,>,,..„, ," il"' hut
erinan:  "It is  really a sin  that    you
buy your salt on tin, wholesale plan
nnil don't    let    „„: handle tha ii„"
Then he hied bin, back to the grocery
store and quickly a dcr seal
a lew choice ham
a box „! fish lor
sliil,
■   prl
and over will he,  lhe
■a sal  „|  every tiling
win, h is valuable
l.ilci
■atli's
pedal
not her
suushiti,
shallow.
Illell
We   have
Tl!
ill
wuudet'fu! Institution and were (.hown
il,.. various processes by whieh the
[ri'sh niiiu.l ..ia is converted iuio burs
i.i  lead  I ail,,',.   The second huge
furnace "i lhe smeller is rapidly muring completion, an.l the day when the
blow-In will  I,.- ha.,1,1 oi wilii I'lc.ts-
,  ,ua aial priile I.y ll,.- whole illstrlet is
tasi approaching.
Ahuul  .1 ■!" everyone proceeded    t„
„■ ailil. lie grounds where an inter-
pr
spt
lil a.I
Iol
111)'   US,'  11,1,1
i,l theelolh-
Ith
led
lauds ou,     villi
faithful   wile 1,
ai rest. The
lluwers were man) and beautiful. Always nnd everywhere appropriate,
tlieir perfumed lips spoke "i Ute eternal gardens nn.l Ihe lily sang Us gl.ol-
■ „■ Kaster sung.   The service   mis
over. There wns » lus, i,„„l kiss
and lunl,. As Un- hearl-brokeu daughter 1,(1. Un- rollln she said: '.Mamma
lov.ul  llowers—she never had  manv—
iiul -ha has now." Ves, we thought, u-lu-ii llle)■ know thai il was even fitsl
hul how iiuiili hotter it had been ii t,u,,„gli tu exelli, sallslaclory expros-
-.,.,,„' of these lleaulilul lluwers hud s|011s ,,.„,„ ,jul l,al._], uj-ule, Vie llol-
sweetcned ihe mother's heart beiore k„v |t.,th teams were in line cunui-
il was stilled in death. i ri..... were ovtnl)  matched and j-'ay-
I'uoi carlvle' He little appreciated e,j |asj _a|| [,,„„ su,.( j0 jii.ish.
ihe _wllo who eared for Mm so^ilndly i There was a continual round „l lively
and madTpossihlo his literary bucooss I combination work ,„, lhe pari ot hoth
It all came to him alier she died, lie le.lIlls ahii many exciting and critical
waul lo the plaee where she wus lasl m(_Ups occurred before each goal; lut
eel, alive, hilled liis head iu the wind j jlall| ,|S u1(, jcams fot,s|_t and with all
d Uie rain, and said: "O, if 1 -ould ,ju. sja[ „ittyS wl tli whieh lhe mulch
uii.   Kncli i*m in
was closely eon test-
nl ami created i
inch friendly excitc-
iiii'iti ami compel
IIKlll.
The luothall gi
uu- between the Ma-
rysvllle team aiu
iho Cranhrook Kire
Brigadu waswn
every lover o"( 1
in  tn  ilie limit, as
e    sport will itgreo
ing mun to the hardware man: \ou
certainly doa't do right when you
order a suit from the eastern housu
with my big stock In sight." llut the
clothier wanted n new steel range,
and it came, as his neighbors know,
in a box he tried to hide In a bam,
marked "Timothy Baton & Co." The
business men then called a meeting to see where the trouble lay, und
they all agreed 'twas the editor man
aud not the devil to pay. Why ilon't
he roast the department store and
. peddling fakirs, say; and stand by
those who patronize him and give him
his daily broad? So tliey drew up u
compact long and strong for the editor to peruse, and waited "it him
with aspect grim as lie solemnly dun
' fur news; but tin* editor laughed a
big horse laugh till the gang all look
to the woods, fm* 'twas written on
axle grease Iel Icrhcads that < nine
free with a bill of goods,
Some of the articles in the frail
News meet with mn* approval. h
ihey did not wo would never have
written them A newspaper man whu
will steal Irom a newspaper should
be- in Homo other occupation.
C. IS. Smltherlngalc, formerly
the Slocan Drill, and Frank Dru.ui
late telegraph editor ot the N'clsi
News, have joined in Lho publlcaLh
uf a papoi al Prank. Thai will mn
a strung team and the Crows h\*
l'ass will have a paper Llial it w
be proud ot.
The Fori Steele Prospect ol I    leu
Tho   Cranbrook     I'rosprctoi   will
born uexl.     week.    The journalist
stork is hanging around i w ustn
lishmeiit un Armstrong avenue Ion
erly ore,
pied
iy
ho  Owl   res	
Editor
Low.
IV
larlml his
sado   on
Ma
l.l
Stork    ..I Pei
Stork is
quit.
a
Ighler lun. ill,
although
la.w,
IV
i.m   Ui"  big a'l>
age With
a ne
VS|1
ipor hack   ol   I
he may
lave
son
e   lun bah,re he
through.
Is it nol pleasant to liie iu Ci
brook and speak good words for   the
lown and her people.' Wc have thought
bo for lhe past seven years.
Watch Cranbrook
grow.
The Herald is for Cranbrook.   Thi
is characteristic ol 'he Herald.
ry
RAMBLING REVERIES
BY A DREAMER.
HAPPINESS.
Talk happiness!
Nut now antl then, bill
Blessed day,
Even if you don't hellev
The half of what
You say.
There's no room here fo
Who whines ar. ou his
hut see her for live minutes to assure
her that I had really cared for   her
nighotll all thai! But she lever
Knew it—she never knew il!"
Mai'J gave Lho alabaster box at affection before the Lord's death. Many
itlifis delay until the flowers ihey
.send are for tho sepulchre. ile tier
lata than never. Batter never lute.
1'lie kind words you intend to day,
say now. The sympathy you expect
I., show, show     now.   Record   ymn
d now in your friend's toilsome
days, not iu the future oil his dreary
Lombsloiie. What ate hot tears on
the marble brow—loving words in lhc
heavy ear—or a ffagrant rose iu
death's white lingers?
In most every home ynu will see
ver the dour the legend Worked ill
Utters of rcd:"What is Home Without a Mother?" Across the room is
another brief design; "God. Bless Our
Home." Now, what's tbo inaLter
wiih "God Bless Our Bad?"
Me gels up early, lights Ihe Oro,
boils au egg, grabs a dinner pail nml
wipes nil the dew of the dawn with
his hunts while many a mother
sleeping, lie makes the weekly handout for the benefit nl the grocer, milkman, butcher ami baker, ami his little pile is badl> worn before bo has
been home an hour, lie stands of. liie
bailiiT ami keeps ihe mnl paid up. II
Johnnie needs a new pair of boot-,
'cause he's jusl walking on the
ground," dad goes down in his Pip
pocket ami comes up with the price
ol a hard day's sweat. If Alary nv.k
a now ribbon mi hel* back hair, mother yearns for n new wrapper, ami lhc
liaby howls for a ralile, down goes
.l.'.l again ami comes up wiih lheir.in.
Itm ti In* Inns ,i n,-w pipe for a
quai lei because lhe old one is gelti ig
' khiila" strong, hr Is warned llinl
smoking is an expensive liabll and
imn liavu smoked up blocks and (arms
and happy homes. When show Limes
nrrlvo dad comes up with lho price
.in i ti a goes out with thr neighbors
and I'k>r.i sparks lu-i beau in ihe
parlor. Bud's clothes are none loo
good and grim with slick, so he sits
ni the kitchen with the kids. If there
is a noise during the night he is Licked in Lhc back and made to go down
stairs and find the burglar and kill
him.
Mul her darns the socks, yes she
dues, hut Dad bought the socks in
the   firsl.  place and the needles   and
Uie
side
was intt'ispeis
lucky enough lo register a wore. The
Brigade boy:; acknowledge lhat I.:n-
rysville has a speedy football team,
composed ul players ihal arc gentlemen nl every stage ol that game or
any other.
To sum up n is Mitlici. in lo say
that ihe Crnnbrook excursionists ui-
joyed a mosl pleasurable day at .Marysville, and there are many ivlio
will re.Isit the place iu more agt'ci-
blc weather. Tbe program of the ("ay
was carried through in true sporls-
iiianlike shape and to the evident enjoyment uf all. ll is to be hoped this
eminently successful attempt at a celebration in Lho beautiful smelter city
is only a prelude lu others thai will
follow in due course of time.
ROADS FISHY.
The rather startling news uf tho
fact lhat a train holdup on the Crow
Nest branch of the C. P. R. is at
least supposed to have been planned
recently reached Nelson yesterday,
says lbe News. No particulars regarding the colltemplalcd holdup are
obtainable for the very obvious reason that no ofllclal ol the C, P. H.
who might have knowledge of tho tact
could be expected to tell what ho
knew, but it is none the less true
that a llOldlip is supposed to liavo
been planned and that train -revs
have been on the alert for some time.
All ihat is tli'liniifly to be learned
with regard to lhc mailer is thai a
private circular was sent to Lhoso
employes o| tho railroad company affected, notifying them tu be prepared
fur an attempt. The information upon which this circular was basul is
said to have been furnished the c Hi—
dais of the C. P. R. by the Pinker-
ton detective agency.
Whether the fact that one successful holdup of a 0. P. R. train was
ULllcd uii recently with security to
the perpetrators or whether the
would be robbers had in some Manner obtained the information that
Crow trains frequently carry large
sums of money will never be revealed
even if anything iu that connection
was known to tbe detectives who . up-
plicd tbe Information to the rail
fllcials.
Best for the West.
They im« inmle hy
uu'ii who know western conditions ami
ri'i|iiii'i'ini'iiis from
I'XjH'rii'i.ri'. Though
iluriihililv is their
Ioiik suit, many linos
conform to  nil  tin*
IVlI'lVUII'lltSllI'm'IUT
ul ilri'ss.     :     :     :
Leckie Specialties
tor l.'Wi'u, Minors
l'r,,s|„','t,,rs.      Boys
nml YmitliH nro ,,s
,,,','irly iiiilt'Htt'iirtil,!,'
us fiititwi'iii' run l,o
ninth'. In liiiyiii«
1m„,1s fur some.., in-
sist nu u't'llitti;
LEOKIE    Hoots
ausmcuiffii) bv
J. Leckie Co., lu.
VANCOUVER,    -     B.   C.
NOW OI'liMNlijI
A lnl_,,,-,„isim.illli'lil „f
Spanish Wines
Port and
Sherry...
I       A. L. McDERMOT
Wholesale WInci, Ltyuuri tuul Cliam
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hnli'i.l' IlllJ niuy liu I'.ju.ilh „",ll,
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McilHllr,'   Suits nn    livilii; i j.i'.ll.s,
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mi
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w. F. TATE,
QRABIl.Te OPTICIAM
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(i. T. P. CONSTRUCTION,
The word of Charles M. Hay, president of the Grand Trunk Pacific, who
all along maintained that once von-
siriictiun work begins on lhc new line
It will be rushed forward to completion, is now backed up by Sir '.'has.
Rivers Wilson, whu bas arrived
.Montreal from New York. Sir Rivers
said: "The work will begin just as
Boon as specifications are accepted by
tho government, and, onco begun, it
will he pushed forward with all due
speed, ami no time uill be lost in
bringing il to completion. We row
have all ilu* money We require for
Uus work, nud Ihere will ho no delay
iu starting It."
When asked ii he I hough I the Grand
Trunk Paclllc would ho remunerative
irom the beginning he replied: "1 am
nol ;i prophet, nf ionise, hul just
think the matter nnt. li i.s known
how fi i llle lhc western country is,
wlml hrilllnul prosppels ll has; how
setilets :.t.' Hocking in. und how un*
inigianiH nlwnys follow a railway.
Look ,it ih.- marvellous success .vlitch
hns .iI'iii.IhI ibr I'lTnrts uf Uie C. P.
It,, nnd remember ihat we are enter*
Ing ili.il country under much more nil-
vnntajcrotis circumstances, for the i'.
P. il.. wlitii it in -i laid ns rails in
Lbe west, was eni, ting wlmt was prac-
llcallj a \asi wilderness. Hesidcs all
this, we will have ihe experiences  of
llll: [I
On Thursday May 18th, al the Sl.
Kugene hospital, W. K. Becker, of
Stillwater, .Minn. The remains were
taken to the Macconnell undertaking
rooms and enclosed in an handsome
Casket. At A p. in, Friday short services were held at the undertaking
parlors, Rev. Bastain, of the Knglisli
church, ofllciating. The remains wire
then taken to the station and forwarded to the home of the deceased,
accompanied by the father and two
brothers, 11. M. and K. I). Becker.
W. E. Becker was only 21 years of
age, and all of bis life had been iu
delicate health. His two brothers,
wbo are connected with the Otis Staples I,umber company, thought that a
few months in the bracing air of the
Kootenays would prove beneficial and
induced him and tbe father to come
to Cranbrook. They arrived just
about three weeks ago, and for several days the change seemed tu promise
a great benefit. But un Tuesday ot
last week there was a sudden change
for the worse and lie was hurried to
lho hospital, but medical science could
do naught lor him and on Thursday
afternoon he expired. Although not
unexpected, yet lhc death was a hard
blow to tbe two brothers and lhc
aged father, especially as the blow
had come among strangers and iway
from homo ami a loving mother.
the   latter    rnud lo profit by.
On
MARlllKH.
Wednesday, May |l 111, al the
home of tbe bride's brother, Mr. Arthur Nesbitt, Miss Rebecca Nes*
bill and Mr. Gcorgo II. Kar-
-jiiharson, Rev. e'uriune official ing.
The bride was dressed in while muslin and all over lace ami carried a
shower boiptel of while ruses. The
bridesmaid, Miss Kllzabclb McDonald, was attired like the bride nud
carried pink and white carnations Mr. John McNab was Iht
best      man.      There     were    many
ou handsome     presents    as     testimoni-
will see, and I also think 1 will live
to see, Uie4new road a success."
As lo lhe question of   the   Grand
Trunk possessing   its   own Heel,    as
does   tho ('. P.   R-, Sir Rivers said:
"Wc have enough on our hands, good-1   The contractors are at work on the
ncss knows, at present; but ynu may Corbin road.   Most of the work south
vain afterward.   .Mother does up   the ,,-.,„ ._   .i.,.,, m__.hll!iit«.l   hv ihi*    * .i    n     »,     i       . .      . .,     .
fruit.   Well, ,1ml bought It all    ..if ^ ,   I,,   t "' l''c, ""e **" ,      ,     ,
jars cost like tho mischief.   Dud b..yj_ ' _,   ,     „,,,■ ■  h       le I, on ha ','" »""  '"A  "'   _*» ""f ha_ "l"'"
'   . ,       .      ..     ,,     ,       ,. '   ,01  >ir moiuiigie  .Mian,   ml is un   im      ,  t() [jrec ken ridge A l.und, who are
chicken fur tbe Sunday dinner, carves nnnua]   ■ 0r inspection,  and oxpo'Jts nWa lh
it himself and draws  the neck    from   (o lie iu Canada Until Juno Willi
the ruins after everyone else is served.
"What is Home Without a Mother?" Yes, that is all right. But
what is homo without a father? Ten
to one il is a boarding house, father
is under a slab, and lhc landlady is
the widow.
Dad, here's t
good   points   and   they'll miss   you],,,, bemicsts in the will for charitable daJ's-
when you're gone. or religious work, 2J miles west ol Yahk
CIOODKRIIAM'S MILLIONS.
Toronto, May 17.—The estate nf the
11 j late George (looderbam will be    pro-
hated at   lho value
is   divided   among his family.     The
als of the high esteem in which
the worthy couple are held by their
many friends in this community
—■      ,o    ■■——
WORKING ON THK CORBIN ROAD
already on the ground. This linn ol
railway contractors is one of the heat
known in Canada, aud were given this
piece of work for the reason that Ihey
nre in a position to push it   through
,  sa, „.   „  julokly.   They will sonn have   about
350 men at work ami it is expected
that  they will have the line graded
DO
| province will gel about $45(1,000   In- ,     ,
you' You've got your heritanee tax.    Mr. Gooderhaln made through to lhe boundary within
-■■      - ■ ThQ grh,do will leave the Crow
ENLARGING  THEIR  QUARTERS.
Messrs. lloggarth A Rollins, of the
Cranbrook hotel, have been endeavor-
oi ing for some time to deviso means
to increase the capacity ol the hot-el, as they were turning away 1-to-
pie five nighls oul of the seven each
week. When G. P. Tisdale changed
locations he vacated the looms In
that block, which adjoins the hotel.
There are. thirteen rooms and they
have been connected with the main
holel hy a covered passage. These
rooms have all been fitted up m modern style and give the hotel the extra room that it has needed for so
lung. This makes the Cranbrook hotel one of the best* in the illstrlet
with lho accommodations tu properly
care for  their guests.
 -3 .
I.IKKS TIIK DISTRICT.
W. 0. Buhart, the leading meal
merchant of Bozenian, Mont., was in
lown last. Saturday with his brother, R. 11. Bohart, of Wardner. It was
Mr. Buhart's first visit to Kast Kootenay and he was veiy much impressed with what he saw in the district. "They told me they had a little sawmill at Wardner and I hesitat
ed about taking the trouble lo walk
down to sec it. I have seen a good
many sawmills in my state and
course did no! have much inlerest in
the little one they might have al
Wardner. But when I got down
the plant and saw the magnitude
the institution I was overcome with
surprise. Talk about sawmills, that
one at Wardner is a wonder, ami Ihey
do business iu a business like maun •!'.
It is a pleasure to Stand there pllll
see them   turn   oul    lumber.   I    had
heard     of Cranl ik,     hut   I had nu
Idea of seeing such a town. Vnur 1 i.s-
ncss men ale up to date, and limy
carry up lo date slocks. Tin n vour
printing nllico is au exception in n
town the size of Crnnbrook. It Is
easy to see ibat your platlt is a modern one iu every respect, and llial
ibe iiieii employed an* men wbo understand their business. Cranbiook is a
whirlwind of a town, and lhe best I
have seen in ihis country.' I like ibis
district and if I was thinking of
making a change 1 belle vo that I
would come to this country. Bowman is one of the best towns iu Montana, and she has been made so by
the energy and enterprise of her people. There is not a bainlel iu llie
United States that has not heard of
Bo/.einan. You have a wonderful climate in British Columbia and I hope
that the people appreciate lbe fact."
4> Buy the Best        =====
X We are in receipt of an invoice from win  Royal itistu-
Sj lory. It is pure, has the age, and from a i; el ciunl point is
V just the thiuR, We sell everything in the liquor and cigar
4$ line.
A. C. BOWNESS
Wholesale Dealer in Liquors and Ci_ars
3
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1
mi
'Who's Your Tailor ?"
. mil
' von Iniv „ Blllt nt n 1 nir_ri.il, ,.,'iae, i, will !.,' inii.le i
lie |il'iliei|.;il eiwt i.i II Hlli, of I'lollli'S is ,!„' "Wioknii,
here uru poor tiillorn ami gooil tailors eheap In,lor.
»,    Thev nronnitl I.v the .lore, hv the dny or hy tie
"Where tilth, i- nlvou, there is Mule reqnlrcil," nn.
lotlies v..„ UBilllllv ne, ul.uu, wliiil vol, imv for.
li eon are looking for g 1 cliilhea. (nr very lilt!,',,,"
■er t',,,.1 tlie,,,.   If vou want lo wear clothe. Ihal lire n
uml luilois. so tlml vou will ho ua well ilreaaeil aa un;
lieel nn.l nre willing'to JIIIV |i!otll|.15 tor,, suit ..rove..'"I
.hip8'1
ml In
in slyle.
gliprl 1
Wink.
when
you   Ini,
I'V,   I'll
1 Mill  11-
man
vmi in,iv
ij: HcSweyn,   The   Leading Tailor
Cranbrook
Hotel S S
Guests Comfort a Specially
Good Stabling in Connection
Nearest to railroad uml depot,    Mas -.emmmorift.
tioiih for the public unequalled in Craubrook.
Hut and Cub! Haiti-;
Hogarth »•>: Rollins;;
 Proprietor i     J \
• • • •»• • •■• •>•» * -
L. CLAPP W. ROLLINS
I.EOTURK AT BAPTIST CHURCH.
The Baptist congregation has succeeded in securing the services of Itev.
P. W. Patterson, of the First Baptist church, Calgary, to conduct the
anniversary services on Sunday, Juno
3rd. Mr. Patterson will also deliver
on Monday evening, .lime 4th, a lecture entitled "Self Made Cripples"
Mr. Patterson is recognized as one of
the leading pulpit orators ami lecturers ol tbe west and all are invited
to attend, these services.
The Wentworth
Clapp & Rollins,
The New Managers.
Drop in anil see us any lime.    We are on ilctk 25 hours m
mil of the 24
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Y        When you visit Cranbrook stop at tlie        ^
1 ROYAL HOTEL 1
,p None Better In the District -^
9 R"tes $. and up.   Short Orders and Oysters <**»
ih served in any style from 8 p. m. to 6 a. m. s\
9 Tht table is the best, the rooms are unsurpassed for clean H
B liness and comfort and the barjis supplied with the best brand gjj
9 of liquors and clears. Ai
tp L. B. VANDElAR. Prop.        a
'OMimiM .EuWiSBta^limuIEl^f^EE^ THE CRAiNBROOK HERALD.
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OKAXBROOK,   BRITISH   cut.t Mill.'.,    I'HURSDAY,   MAY   -J",     lil  5
NUMBER '.I
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_MBB^MEM% good is always   looked      SL'l.LIVAN   IND MITt M^tf M,^-:-^^ H,V.>'-/^ ^ ^                                                         ,.....,■
 .— a         i  i loiihfu            i     ... -,i.„ is.—t-i ssa3^?3 '»" "■ :-''Ny-;*i . ^7
I ^w»surk. .                                           ;..:...;..:'.■.    ... .-..,......•. -J.^i? | Cranbrook Sash    I
j. w,-Hal a ucvci   misses aii opporlu tiiies lot ., 15 round f^^i i ,
I     ,„,, an.l combines  Inesa with   ie- ,,„ September  lllth, lor I ' •'. i fef?R '   .....I   n... _.  r«„i»....  I
,      9    'luiiness, ...„„ ;:,;:      „              _ ^ L       gig : ami Door l-actory •
Straight from the I..,ml ,'f The
Thistle, Woven in Scotland'* best
mills, expressly for lfit-Reforui.
Tlie patterns are those striking
hlends of eleganl colorings, for which
I'il-Refortn is. I.uii.his.
Made up into the new spring
single and double breasted Sack Suits
—by the Pit-Reform tailors—to delight
llle well dressed 111:111.
.15, JUS, .20 up to .30.
Ink ■imeana
BBHaOnly ono 1 it-Refor.ti VTarJiobc in ihis cily—
REID & COMPANY .  . CRANBROOK.
r It Shops
r I' It, nil,, os
lne  Brigudo   ....
The following ilespntehes ami ititi'i
view mil. Juilge F 1 11, the,   iligu
tion rn, tho oil lands in lhc !•'!.,,,m.„i ||
t-uiintry are 1 alien Irom  ihe    Nelson
News .,1  llle itllh.
\ ieluri.1,   Ma)'   18 -Tlie eliiei
let in connection with speculatlo
KOOTENAY OIL LANDS  \;2Ar ^A:T\,*'V^A
pelll I al   111.' t'olllll)'  eourl   lot   II ,1c-
!, imii,1.    Aliai    1 Iii ei' .uuuHis publica-
lion     Ihere   huvu   I'l'oppeil up     lolll
... uups ul clailiiaals.
1    "Realizing    llle itiipurlancc ..I   the
,,a, ,i„,u uml  the ,i|i|,i,re„tly absolute
iKlic-o  !„,„,,  u|,;ia, nu, euuiitj  court hail in
liiiiiii-,s. I applied lo Ihe attot'-
 „-   m-v general during the late session ol
ing   on   In blocks   4503 .1,1.1 450-1   in   t|ie provincial  legislature, asking lor
South Easl Kootenay. ;lll auiendinent  to the act, or to sec-
John Watt ,111,1 .1, E. Smart, ol ,„m ,, 0| u| wiiit-l. would give "O-ot-
llns city is,iiiii,I 15 lne, ises nu vhieh (|j,laje jurisdlcliun to the suprenii
they   have paid $15011, and huve „l ,1 c.s.,r t      1,11,1    also nllun appeal Irom
spenl    .MIIUI    Ioi       land    '.mi   iiMi„i
(hose licenses. The) were noiilled bj
tlie ilepul,,„,,,I ul l.iu.ls .m.i amis
that   llieli   l.-.M.-s   wuuld li.i,e    ,,
issued    lliis   I, Ill,    lull    111   tile     leaa-   wfts   m,uiC.
nine Ihey were stopped I.v uu    iriler "Wau  ami Ins associa
from Judge Forln ..I Koolcnay, 1 su- the lml mA„ „ , .,
wl at the Instance ot Sit Charles I lib- ,„,    ,1,,. petiliuners   wh,
I.,-,1 Tuppet  ,„..!   others,   restraining lbl, MII   requesting Um
the   ehiel commissioner Irom  Issuing
licei
1 ! i , i n
   helped   ,,,,'
great.    ,,1 preventing ., -.1    1 ,
ueeuu,,iliiii,ig ,.,, the Town end
flu Is. \!  made goo I In . oal   in
lhe absence "i  Edmuiidson, 1
The standing "I tho loague a,,,.    1    AS   1    I'l RIFVINC
as lollows I-ix>n I'litili, ' IS
TEAM WON   LOST)
Town
I 1
MAHItlKI)
A   quid     wedding    took place 01
Honda) morning, May 22, at ihe us
iilonco ul the bride's   brother,   Win
McKeiaic,  the contraclttig parties be-1 ]lc_| ,,| ,1
Ing William James Tosh and Johanna ' , „,A „,,■
UcKentle.   The nnpllal knul was tied  uiochuiiici I
by Uev. Vi. n. W. Fortune.   The Iri- —Un- wirel
dal couple     lefl    on lhe wesl l„„,u,i,'''" '"'' '"
Tlio Herald extends congratulations.  ltj'
now mi,111.iin sin ., 1   i
l/.IMl    NA1 1 III. '
AOENT  Tl, I'l [111 ,    I  I Ell
II.IZE    ANII    IMPROVE
,,l It KOI 1,
We have In 1 a -.. ....
past to hearing aluiu in.
ev ai ,1 i.m.i ri lous di -.
•nl  st i. ,'ae,   th, ,
,   urprl   it at 1
iljtuliuh   uf ■ )
lell   raph, lhe lelepl e
uiu! liie 11
-5**_r
ftbc (Derail
office is equipped
for doing
the best class of
VBi,
I  Sob Wovh
j Ml kiiitlbof fiiiiali work in
* v..i\ ni iloore, wiudoWBi trun-
J boihb, ptc Kiln driii! lumber
J foi inside work.   < 'ur work iu
* :.'iinr;tiili'''.| aud mil* priivs tut*
J satisfactory     Screen    doors
* Rough and Dressed Lumber \
* For Sale
«
Mtt
'lilt: CORBIN  ItOAD.
(Honners Ferry Herald)
Burns A t'o. received lhe enntraot
ini tutnlshing ihe fresh meat tor lhc
contractors on lhe Spokane International railway, and Blake Wilson, ol
Nelson, B. <.'., member ot the llrm,
trriveil Tuesday lo make the prelim-
nary arrangements for starting the
project.
Tlie firsl contractors to arrive for
ibe construcliuii o! Ute Spokane A
International railway were Twohy
Bros., whose oiitfll reached here Saturday, consisting of fifteen cars'aden
wiih horses, ears, track ami other
cuiislrui in.n material- M. S. Koss,
the general manager of ilu- outfit, is
on il.e ground and Monday he was
very bus) with a gang ol men transporting lhe supplies, etc., lo ib«' hend-
(-uartcrs of lheir cuiitiaet across the
river. Tlieir contrael begins ahont practically reached [it
one mile east from Owen's ranch mil so lar as the hand)
coulimit's loward the Moyie for a t'ls-j during tl
tance ol mv miles.
^^^^^^^ illow  ap|ii'al fr.mi
Iher county court oi supreme court.
iie attorney general promised in do
i, but cither overlooked ll oi consid-
ed ii iinueceMsary, ns no amendment
■ ; .1
\Y. H, BEATTY,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR,
CRANBROOK, B. 0,
TELEPHONE 8
ii Is have been bus) . .;
with the electrical euu n
lhan mechanical  purpi - -   .
in th ■ .ins, sch nee; an I i a
facturcs.
Tbe latest but bj nu i
least Impoi tant nj plicalit
electric current is for the pi
and sterilization of various
ducts.
|-_xp riiiu nts along tin e I
been carried on for some ..
hut tbe recent discoverj ol
01 the electrical currenl
purification and sterilizal oi
has attracted widesp a .1
as everyone is mi lu rail) i
anything pertaining lu Un
lion oi food,
h was   .ue icrally    con il I
with  the Improved    mat hii
employed     in    thorou jlih
mills,  that  the mllllag ol
m
WA
a -;■•.
and at prices
that should keep
all such work
'e-'ysj       ' t**if*ti-]l6&iJS:3
m
m\   Mn    ^mllUiijlOOl. PM
SNA!' SIKH'S.
(Selccled.)
■ lllsll.e   is   |,.,:l,,l   „|,   llle   ll.ll'l,   bV   all
kinds ul pcopl,
N.i , ie„ is jusl lhe same ou hoth
sides ul lhc im, e.
Tho Uuu il ■■ i.» method ol doing
lam, ,   . I   opp isetl to publicHy.
i . ■ whu waal everything theii
.  .   ■ do not have i" ^., far u. find
mi    had
. and in
Im    'mil
lure   is
f
^A
m
«Cp  ~~z^s-:::
m
l-'tllt SALE.
NOTICE
in  Hi.
this is no d. uut i| mi iiiii-, i
discovery    of the eleclrical     Nineteen shares of tlie Must Koote-    Thirty days after date I in'.enil to
it, I,   ', ',    nay Lumber company.   See .1. Ever- apply to the Chlel Commissioner   ol
ll'11''"' "  Possioie 1" raa.uii liM-    i,.,,,,,^,.,,     ncal.   cranhrook, or Lands and Works at Victoria. H. V...
ihe finished riiaiiie
:.-.'-      -a-      ,»*»*__,.*
ABOVE ..M.I. OTHERS    |
f lev be Bahama 1
..(Eioars..     |
.   Thesenui , I ways bear lhe sig   J
■',.. nature, 308, UneaSC, ,,„ the ,.'\   A
',   Insist on _.-tiit:_ the genuine. For   .
WHOLtSALE i
:: A.C. BOWNESS j
Craubrook, II.  C. j
■   I     '  -  - .   .  ..i-..t 1'C-,: l-irS-tatl*^
ei ol lands and ». rks nut to Is io ..
liinli, r lease over lands, title 1,
which wus in dispute, tiny received a
reply Iron, him thai unless tho '',i„n-
i> court res,,am,.I him from a,, do
in,:, lie sum no eliiei \,.i, open but to
is.ne il.e i[mbei .,.m, over the 'an.ls
in .| estion.
The „, w jii',
,h, se iv.,, or to un, ,.l
nd requiring Ihem to answei the i
tunui ol Tuppet and associates
Judge imn in. asking lum to direct t
chlel commlsstonei i„ issue to 1,
and liis associates I", ii*u the lice,
required iiinlci llle standard form
U.u, mul Small |,.n,l I hiiiali ^^^^^^^^^^^^
dollars ins,end ol lift J lot the license ',„,,. j, ', iu<i „ul jj0^j ,(
lhe issue ml which is now balk. I ,   ... ..'     ,.',
Wall .a 1 sa arl nan ohlaii   I   ,',      ,.,, .,  ,i,.,,   ,,j,m  bj    lie a
1 ;     in ordel   i-i I  I ,„  Viclutin,     altlu i
'"'  'Imlgi     1 " •    '■' '        'I'l rights „  te ul  I hi
steps iiii  llle Issuing ,a an,  icsiiau,
ia . „i Iel   whalever, ns  II  is elnin ed
■.    ■    isxlieil      iindel   llle in
The cl.
not    sine al homo
something to make
i      lie hours dark
 les In slum cause by June Is
in ilns city, „ lu lhe ultl pi
lea,  '.1 Ill  Iiul   Im  Illn i.   all    III
\ „l,,u.i       Ma,    Is     Thell
.a   lea.al   i ireles   hel      al
,lud|,   Km ,,,    i'n,,,inn In [,l
a i„ lion on    llle i.i
lus minisirrs t al ,vl I
I .unl
I hr ,. ....
llll    il    |,u ,    In   a. lil    I'l alia.     II
Tuppet   illul i    Wat,    '.
VI i'I  ill's     or, i
ma, lieells, s in S li la  :   kouleu.l!
il,,   put  i     ti    oi whiili ar,
10   ,,,,,. Hal.,m.
Ithi-n   ll    T     Kill,
Wail    le.l.i,   iippliell im  an  In
lllllgl     l-.a II,    [IHU
    i. a,i   .,. „  lilisl  the king In
tl i   po bun   11    l,a. ,,:,, rum, nl
, ll.e,   |linl a a   bll 11, -I  qillcllj   .ill.I   . 'a'.:
ed ..,, ..i.l. < nisi, calling on litlgc
Imimii lu -law cause In June 1 -.1 whj
he shuiild ,,.., he reslraliicil hum ro
slialitltig the king In llie Inntlei nl
dealing wnh tho pithllc ilumalu.
lie, h, r Judge Korin w.is shown
ilu- insi ul the above dlspalclics lasl
evening hy ,, Nelson News ropresent-
Iiva.   He remarked:  "I am very glad
th,1     i,     has   reached   the su 1110
t iii. 11 he added:
-tih.n i,„- present provincial guv
eminent decided to issue licenses iu
respect ..I Mucks 1503 and un In
South Ensl ko.'iui.iv, siibjeei 1,1 all
rights nnil equities acquired therein,
il wus foreseen Ihal ihere w,.iil.l lie
considerable litigation, There aie
claims    three    and lour deep lu lhe
lands   ill   question.
"Seel,on I, of lho Coal Mines Acl
provides: In ease of any dispute as In
right or title lu a prospecting license
or any claim under ihis act,tho suuie
shall he decided by 11 county eourl
jiul^e, 01, petition, iirn summary way;
win, shall have full power lo ,1'dcl
what shall be done in the premises.
I  eu    I  nol gel   Ihi
iiipieinc eourl will,  Ih
,1 llle department  I had   to
   „ ...uml nhn ,1 waj lo I ate whal
1: I considci   lho nam,  Impoi Ian
ion ol litle ovei  brought  h, 1
till ."   ■    ,     lu a Lu
ihiel     ei 1,1
sujirei
Canada 1
.
I,EM! IT    e'OOTIIAI.I
Tov 11 Ten Kile llrigail
I lie   ri'SUlt   ill   I
I'uwn t, 111 Ills!  plnee  al
.
     Km ,
by    the   II iu  ll
.   [Will     ,:,...     . csi.,1 li<
Ui,   Ihal    lie]   iv,   1       une I he ,,
iun   li thi ■ 1 aa,,   an.l cei lalnlj ill,
■ lo ol  plaj    ill)   pul    |i   , ni,
lal    luwilld    "a.iilMa      llial
I,  ;, ,   lhc ,i„ i  ihal em ''   |„,
tii'ii .nt ilie learn v.,   capaldj   lilled,
esling.   Briefly  il  ennsisls  m
ing air by passing il tht'uugll a   tre-
uiendniis electrical  llanio,  ,1,.- aiTiun
n! this [lame upon the 1111 being    e-
t liium    tiie    nature   1        ,1
lighUlillg  ill   Ihe  aim   llll    . is   llll a
passed through special , ■: igncd 111
rtlylng machiucs where ii is subjeel
ed ,,. lhe action of lhe clectrie.illj
iiuni.,1 air, and ilie rcsuils an certainly little less than marvellous.
lne finished Hour em,, ... from lhe
  1 eleclrical purifiers ., beautiful silver)
Hoys win. "blow in'' their earnings wh!lo culor, perfectly sterilized   an.l
will liy ,111.1 In lament lhe laek nf op j absolutely pure. Tile quail ly is im-
I'loud ns well as [In- appearance, lhe
purified Hour Is freed from every particle of the non-nutritive portiuus 1,1"
ihe wheal, vi/.; ilia branny panicles,
lenviug only a peU'eel lloUl con nltltng
tlie greatest amount of ruilrinu nt in
us most easily assimilable lorn, which
makes a bread silvery wlm, in ' r,
pure, wholesome and delicluus 10   the
Lisle.
iluu, of the leading scientists in
1.real lim.,in, France anil uihei
cutiiilrles were ul nisi 1l1.na Iin..I in
accept ihe claims made ... 1.. II, tin
ellts 10 he derived Irom tin electrical
luiriiical
lell    Fenwlek,    near   Cranhrook, or Lands and Works nt victoria, B. C,
! write l)r. J. II. Hyatt, Sussex, N. II., for a special license ,0 eui and carry
Canada, away  limber froni  tlie following de-
  Iscribed lands situated in ihe district
01 Soulh East Kootenay:
,,.,,.,. Cuniiucnclng at a pustplanted about
n""1 ''" 0110 antl one-hall miles easl of Tochtv
Nolleo is hereby  given  Ihal    two Siiling, 01, llm B. C. Southern rail.
• nulls alter llie Ill's!  publication 01 way,   thence north 111 chains, thence
I,, nuilcu 1 iu:,ml io a|.;.l,  ,,.   ilia w.mi   100   chains.,   thenco   south   40
uiiiini Mun, i    oi   I,an,la   aial Works chains, more or less, to Uie right oi
i [ nssiuti lu purchase the lollow- w.m   ol   llie  13.  0. Southern railway,
 ,,,., , ■ thence   along   said ritdit of way    ,.,
Selfishness ts the devil's hint.
\ "cheap skate" is never critical ol
i a ,,ia in nei.! ol work, but
.  :. w     i,,    I.,. ii.,,I iu   work
....   ul the house.
Si   ,   :.i, ,,,me long business hours
., sl,.,, I.n llieli hours a! In,me.
i  au 1 i.liu is kissed lot    tlie
insi lime     is disappointed u, find it
lias ilie laste ,,i tobacco.
I'll,  i. it i     . good nine is   alwaj -
written in blue al white,
an \,la, -an iml liimseli in lhe
mm   i. a   M s man
Sum   an.l  then  a  i ,  working in
llle hat I. .aid exercises liis tonal on
question    wl,)    llie man oi llie
.a.i gel a divorce.
at
,st planted   al plai
.,t
pia.ae   oi   commencement,   containing
It's uiu acres, mule or la s
THE
STRATHC0NA
Formerly Motel Phair
NELSON,   li.  C.
B. TOrtPKINS, Manager.
This iiot.'l is one of the best in
Uritish Columbia ami up-to-date
in ever) respect. Well lighted
sample rooms.
MINERAL ACT.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTICE.
live rapt'i'iiinnis, cuv,
nor iwo veals, hi
shown Ihal these eloc
unl)  inn,,,  I.m s
S,„T M is,| IVKLL Ilkl-TNHIl.
. i     Irishmen    were engaged  in a
i  i     Inn ami I'm Bskeil Mike It, de
...    ., .,
Well,     ■ llism     is    s.ul    oi  an
 .1 ,im i ion nt propel ly," declared
. i , "What's mine i, yours anl
"hat's y.n.is Is mine. That's ll,,1
I lea  "
li run hud   .: I," asked I'.ii.
•I     ..a     |vo    lie  Ulllllo
,1    that   a ,'. I   combination gat,, I
I   w..,,1,1   thi<
,ul  Hike, "tliat'i
v..,.  played   ii  proved  (utile .,
ile experienced an.l tactful work   i
ilie   Town   hoys,   who appear to I
dive io and who lake advantage   •
t-very   polnl ul stralogj peculiar   i"
,!„• fanne.   li ,s u (mr jiulgincnl   o,
die game ,n say   thai lliis waa   lhc
mosl skilful   same    played n,   dale,
and  while ,1    plans one lea,,, ill   Uie
head nf the lis,, il is lho s.n'esi bet-
ling thai   lhe oilier ,,'.,„, is ,,„. ,„iu
io remain   fur   nny time tat'   below
lhe,,,.   The teams lined up as l„!l„„s:
Town   Toam-tlonl,  M o;    backs,
s. Baldwin, tl, Scott; hall hacks,
Lewis, Worlldge, Captain Baldwin
forwards, M. Dick, Ferguson, O'Neill,
McLaren, Tin hull.
Kire   Brigade—Ooal,    Hev.    Sln.it,
links,      (Iri mini,    A Hi nine;     lutll
backs, tlreer, Captain Slark, Hound l; towards, Ural,,,,,,, Staples,
Towers, Unities, IlaiT'liiglon.
NOTES.
Siil Crimmiiml wus Ihe liiusl ill'olll-
tieiii nf the players, his work being
f.iilllless.
Tuners is a greal acquisition lo
llie lll'iguile lean,.
nl.a |  iu in,   pi ilieiples."
If yuu hud iwo house.-, would Jon
e „„• one ,,! thorn?" wns Hat's nexl
slu.n.      .Mike    Insisted     tlml    he
would.
An.l  if you     had    Iwo line horses
\ Id v,„, give mo one'''
Mlko declared Unit he would follow
his principles.
"And if ynu linil twn gnats wuuld
vnu give me une of Ihem?" finally asked l'i, I.
"I would no!. I have them," deviated Ihe socialistic disciple.
"Ami  lliiii  is socialism," said M
Wood.—Chicago Tt'ihuno.
nl
iiiii:ehase,'"L,,l 711118, near l'i:". B. ''.,     Dated April oth, 1805. i notice
'!"""" :,;'m;'",;;';.''»;!A:';A ^ J-jGhnslun- "Pretoria- JSZSl ctaim, **** m
cliams. llieiac siiui.i   it    "'"s:   "-,*; the Fort Steele Mining Division ol
wesl aluag I to   oi ll     ut o   i.            -                                                     — i    E.sl KooteIliy district.
ami Lot MM and .ailwaj lo point   i                         ..,,,.„.,, Where   LocateJ:-On    a hill west   ot
couiiiicticement.                                                         Nitlltl-.. |   _wansea   station on the Canadian
Dated Apill  in,       '''.,.„,     5Iot|     I   Tlility davs alter date I intend to Pacific Railway company's line be-
''"■'                           n                  apply iu the Chief Coiiimlssionei   of ...tween Cranbrook and Moyie.
Lands and Works for permission to Take notice that I, Harry H. Menu, and carry away limber from the Vittle, free miner's certificate B734S7,
lollowlng described lands iu South acting as agent lor John Porter BJ*.
..,,,,,.. ' Kasl Kootenay: ley, free miner's certificate B78H7,
. ., , ,,,,,.,„ ,, r. „,,,.,. i Commcnciag at a point one-halt Intend, sixty days alter date hereof,
Take nolleo that llllll) nays .,, m||o w(fflt o( ^ norU)eas, corner ol to apply to the mining recorder for
date we Intend lp appi) io " ' ■ j.,.,,,,; Armstrong's pre-einpiton; a certificate of improvements lor th.
Commissioner ol t.aniis .,„.,...- |1m,.11. wos, t0 tne easi ||1IlU o( purpose 0f ohtainir_ a crown grant
lor n Iwcnt) mie yeai lease ana |, (j[JIU ji_-i__i,- m-'s pre-empt,..,, thenee ol the above claim,
mission to cut and call) J»») '"V ,„)rl|, to th, nmil, limit ol said pre- And lurther take notice that action
ber from lhc following llcsciineu ,., ,"»',.,„.„;,,„. ibelico west to the east lim- under Section 37 must he commenced
in South Ensl  Koolcnay:                        o( Ho  l|ls ll!ldhI license   thence before the issuance of such certiflcaU
Cul incliig ill  lhe nmiiiwesi ui..     .f          .          ^ u   |(    j     u   u_ 0| improvements.
,„.,.   „f   iho     (iiiii.t   imn. ul'ou   ''ll,,.,.IIM.. ,hl,ni,, „,.,,  jo ,h, cast |im|t Dated this 1st day of April, A. D.
'■ is Irom lhe west line o  Clias_J.   ,          ,                        .,             th UMi
Vnnstrong's     purchase,     nea,   lake                   '■J ^ t o| U|  ^ ii;h (Si([lled) ,,  „  McV|ttie,
.,,.,., ,„.„„„., tht-rice 30 chains soiiut          i                 J' i        Ml.                             Age_t.
HH'iiec    "0,   chains wos tt ,    »«L^.,    iimbor    license    (produced);
chains south, ihence  HI chairs w.s-^i,,,.- as|  I(| a polnl ni|i;,a]|.   |nj| I	
Uie southeast corner of said;
e!,ai
al siinilai   I
'II,,, the patent. ...M.
■esses aro  valuable  a   evidei     ■      .
lie extensive lltigatl li  *'l
1 is pal. Dices ale  is..a	
Engloml a ..I lho I nil. I    lal   ,   ro n
wiinl, Is ,1 -en oil  Uu   fael   Ihal practical!) .'Mi, largo ami i   ,. i   unTill-
Iel   in   bull mil.",    lias ado
oi i other of Iho various pa:   . , :
systrms In his mills, nnd ihi       m ,
haps ilie  , ,-., elm ■
tlia 111. I'il   n:   111.    pna- -
 ICIUOIll   ill   llle 'eli I.    ' .'    '
nil!,Hive qualities ol    oui
these uM.ti s,   ll |    hu ul     .
mai n,,i le lung lui, re ever,
mill iiilnpi   ihe electrical   ly'stotii    nl
purification.
Tlie ureal an.l growing una Hon ol
the ,l,iv is ih,. purification of food
products, 11, rehire eienil, n, llial
fonlrll ules to ih,it i ti.I - hail I
boon to li.ima.ilty. No expense ihoultl
bo spare,! in bring every Inud pro luel
In the highest possible degree ol pur-
IM-.d  Ihis Gib day ol ,M'i
ll..   Wall burg Lumbei   I'
MINERAL  ACT.
'uee   souiu   au   euains   liioie:
place o, comiliclieciucnl,.     j    CERTIFICATE    OF   IMPROVE-
MENTS.
NOTICE.
,,  thence south 80 chains moi
S   lO   ptiiee  ul  Maiiilleli, euiciil.
.,1 this IHI, da) '.i April, A. 1)
John C. I
.,1       lie    |U   I'll
1 oe iter !
^^^^^^^^^^^^   '     "Emma    Fraction"  mineral claim,
.. -, ^    y    y^   ,, '   J   ' '' 'situate in the Foit Steele Mining Di
vision ul Kast Kootenay District.
TI.MH1'!'. NOTICE. I   „here located: .Sullivan Hill.
i   Nolleo is hereby given that  thirty'Take notice that I, William J. I.ar.g-
NOTK'E. '"    ■  Id   laic I h    ml        ippl)   lo  |cy,  Itec  miuei's  eeitilieale  B7J11U,
Nolin, Is hcn-lij given llial   m da      .',   '.' '.,'"'.■','.,'■"'',' .orN license ,"'1"16 '"r l">'s'" "'"' aBCUl ,or J"li~
Dei   dale   I Inleiid lo appi)   lo llie  ', ,"'1',  rry awn    in'    r fi 11,11 80n "■ i-angley, tree miner's certlll-
■1   Land    . ma,;,,\ ',,, ■,t;:;'[].11 f'ui SMill|,  eate  B731I1,  Andrew  J.  Devlin   trt.
i'i.'■ In cii    1 , ,  1, ., , 1 er's   certificate   B7341J,  Charles
211 eh ,,;.;, ,,f ,,,,  C.   iMiliell     Iree    1,,111-rs   e.-rtillcat.
S.,.iih Kasl  ,   1.   Atm. B0U075, Waltei; O. Burchett, tree ml-
roi 0    1 reck,  '"'' »   rartlBcile   11, Hal,    Edwin C.
t -ii 1     ns rn .,, ,.| ,,, ,s      west   Sl""h, f'ee miners certiueate B,d478
■ a i.„,  .ml c   8(1   t-l 0     8(1 '"''' H"'"-'! !•■ T- Galbralth, tree mi
ll. 1.   ih.iiee   m.si   111 elialns, Hit ice ,.       ihence 80 chains soiitl   to point l"i s certificate No. B78484,    intend
h   Ian     chains,   Ihetiec   ea      HIL] eummeiicetiieiit ' , sixty days In.,,, date herool, to   ap-
ns,    lhe,ae   north   1011 chains ;,,■   jj_.t_(| this oth day ..f  \prll   1005 'P'? lu llit; llll[l1"^ recorder 101 a oer-
iilii.e    ol   commencement, eontainin  1 '\   |.-' tvatts     ' tlncalo of Improvements, for the pur-
I'ltl acres, nmrc or less :;,-,, Wattsiiurii   il'  n   Pose ot obtaining a crown grant   ol
Haled lliis 28th da) of March, IflOj '«• ': each of the above claims.
l-",i C. A. Paulson, And further lake notice lhat actloa
Per, !'. A. Paulson, Agent.    I -v,,,,-,, vn-rw,- under seel,0,1 '17 must be commenced
I    .,. ,     .   .'      ,i   ,   ,1      .   i „     1 before the issuance ol such certificate
1 ake notice  Ihal  Unity  nays aflci   0[ jn.
—u-
NEW   .STEAMER FOR ('. P. 11.
II is lhe Intention ol lhe C. P. H
company to built! a large steamer to
lake lhe regular run from Nelson to
Koolenay Landing. The new steamer
will he of sleel and thoroughly modem iu finish and equipment, It is
estimated thai lis lolal ensl, when
completed will he in lhe neighborhood
of si'.,,,mm. The slenmer will he
hull! ul lhe C. I'. It shipyard iu
Nelson. Construction will he begun
at a very early dale.
NOTICE TO CHEIIITOHS.
Take notice that all creditors ol
the estate of lhe late Lei,,, Sago ol
Cranbrook, nie required on 01 before
llie 2lilh tiny of June, 11105, lo send
to Lhe undersigned a slateiucnt oi
their account containing lull partliu-
Iiirs, verified by allhluvil, and lature
of security, il anv, held hv Hi m.
And lake notice H,,l a'l'ri lhc said
211H1 illicit June, 11105, Hi.' excculni 1
shall proceed lo distribute lhc estate, haling legal,! onlv lo lho
claims nl which thoy then have lollco
ami shall nm he liable im ihe ostalo
any purl  Ihcrcol lo anv per 1 of
whose' claim thoy shall nm hnvo no
liee hefuie ihe time of ilislrlhu! , 1,
Haled nl Crnnhi'onk II,,, 25th ,1.,'.
„l May,  1005.
Harvoy St M.t'arler.
o! Cranbrook,
0-41        Solicitors lot Executor..
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
I, Easl  Kootcm
described Ian I.
improvements..
'" I ~ 48-9t   ' W. J. Langley.
.....1 .'"". "um. <.'..->   ul improvements.
1 intend lo apply lor a  special     Dated this   27tli   day of February,
carry avva)  umber'A   D. 1905.
e, 1     ','',     !!!  <-'RAKBrtOOK  LICENSE DISTRICT
.   'a-.-.  ;     emu ;   ol la.,   .'I'll,1    A special meeting of the   Board ol
.,  ].   Kootcna)   district;  ihence  License    Commissioners,    Cranhrook
SO   chains;   llience   west   80 License District, will be held at the
•'.mm- north su chains; thelice Court House, Craiibrook, on Friday,
80   chains   to tho point ol com- May 19th,  1006, at lhe hour 0!   10
coi ei,'. containing lilll aires more  o'clock  in  lho forenoon,   to cousider
the following applications:
Co, hm g    nl   .1 polnl    40'   H. C. Mel.urc, Prospector's Hotel,
as e.isi iiiii lu chains south ol lhe  two miles west ui Yank,
.....1 cornel ..I II   A Id's   pit-     .1. M. Carroll, Ontario Hotel, Klm-
„.,,, Lot 0318, Croup 1,    thenee bcrley.
h 80 chains   thenco east 80chains     A.     P.    Chenelto,     Queen's hotel,
ice imitli mi chains;  thence  west Cranbrook,   transfer    to   Clougeon St
chali - n, the polnl ol commence- NeUerfleld.
1.  containing  nm   icrcs   of land     Win, A. Forsyth, Royal Hotel, Kim-
e m  less. heiley.
m-.l ,his 1st day ol Mav, 1005,     I ■!. 11. MeMullin,
^KolnKVBUWa.'iullo.lIil.c.'" I   0-61 John Leask. Chlel License Inspector,
iade Marks
Designs
.... Copyrights 4c.
AuvonceaUltej a "I.r,,-,....... da..'.-,,',,'Hi m.
(inli-klr iihivinan ',,"^''|,,,'a','!ll,fi'''',",,,''r',!!|'|'t,"
;'t':'iiV.':'-',r,.,i'."'a„aa,.,'.    *: UUllOOK oi'i'l'.'.i-'aa
Scientific Jimerican.
a liniHlnomolf lllttatrnted woolclr.   Jjirneit e
It'.r' (AurmontlMi*|le Boidbjriill now«donliiL-.
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inlluily liifitm] to tttt-nd
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Sfiiupkla ul Kefulatiuni lor dlspoail ul Mineral* un Domlolun Lia-J* lu Manitoba,
the Norlh w.slTerritoriesand (he Yukon
Territory.	
Co.il Coali.tints mo ut- nureiiuaii ut iw in
iu'ii- ,iu-Mill i*o,il iiii.i WOI I.n itiitlinu-tle. Not
iii.ii,'lli.ui .' UoraSNUl iii* ih*4 ikred by '»■'' Ul
dividual ui ootouaiu*.    Itoyalty at tin* rutf ot
till ft.I.s INI l".i «f -'. dl l>»l'll '*> sli.Hl I'f ..-.'llt-l
.-ti uuiltairrun output,
I'liun/. I'riMiiis ..i .•lnlili'i'ti yi'ars iimi ovi-i
ami j..lni -.itwh ouiuptUIIU UoWlllg tif' ninifi"-'
,,-inn..iu*s ma) obtainfiitu loramtului looa-
UUU.
A lii't-iiLii'T i uiT.lli.iili- it uiuiiti'il (or ou.*
,i. imnf ji'.h*, uutasiieetliukt B.e, uikui luyiiifiit
III U.1..UH-1' "I "J". "I1 l>ol lllllllllll fm HU Ill'it.l'lU.l.
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uijt |,iiiiti..ii ui'licoiiHK- nl eiit'li "inl "li llie llll'
In"   .[..im si..*.li l>t> rt',-.ii,l,'tl  wlllilu llflei-n
.lii)-, il tocutvil i.itliiu li'ii mill)'. <>r a iiiiiiIuu
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I'Vfiy uiuut.uiiui it'u ui.titsoi traoiiou.   rue m
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ilu.i, v.'". u..s..e"ii .xi'iiuleilor imul
turvey iniitle.miii
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! im i.ii.oiii i-r ii iillulii. luoatlun slum iho* nl.-
lur in.- |.u> nii-.it ol n»n.ty iai li"- iutv "I -"j .«■■
__Ul nl 111" [II'IUIIUI "I lll"l'H'll'.l''H,
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.-..illii*. Ki'tii'i-iill, -.1.* m, tuul si|iinii-; i'iiill   let
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..in ili.. .mi.' ,.r .in- ic.i-
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Palate and Tourist Sleepers, Bullet   Library
Cara, Modern   Dny  Coaches,   Duiinj*   Cars,
;Meul* a In Carle.
BEST riEALS ON VVHEELSJ
7   FAST TRAINS   7
L East and West Daily h*
Special excursion rates lo World's Fair, St.
Louis.      Vour choice uf route,
Kor rates, foldera uml full Intormation
regarding trips, cull on or tidtlrteBfl
8. G. YKRKKS, 11. RANDT
U. \s. V, a, r. P. A T, A
Seattle 701 \V, Kivnr.Hi.lt) Ave
Wash, spokitiii.'. Wash.
-$} Columbian College ;$-
Founded WH New Westminster H. C.
Incorporated r-.'M
Brovldcs a clirlBtluii liomolor Htmlonts ul
ooih sexea, at tnoilamta rulfH.   Ilnaiv prep*
nriitin-.y 1'limn [or Jutilur Mlitilnnl., ilolng grn-
ilflrl  I'nlilif- HHiiHil work.   I hI11kIiJ»cIiooI
work, i-imiWh till Huh Bl-IiooI prlvlloBOH, iiiii)
prepuren fortouelinrBiixiimiiiiitkiiiB. Toneliou
till 1.nun.'Inn* «l a I'liMTU VI. IU'.s|M*,SS
UOTJRBK, nud Kim illplnmna. Ulvm a lib.
fi-ul mliii-jitiiiii in il- own iJollflpiiite t'uiti'rie,
nil,I in tlm l,ii.lir«l*..ll,-_.i-('inirsi. lor   M. E, I.
audit. U A. I" b'nlverrity work enu f tike
students tbrougb tlio compteto Arts roitms
mnl tbo detfi-oe oil) A.cun bo olitiiliu-il from
Toronto Utilvoraity, with widen Hit Ui*ula
in full ulflbilion- I'm' ii-i-l LU',, in.,n.M, nml
trrniM *.". rite to
ttev W.J Sipprcll II. A. it- I). Principal,
ur Ml",. J. P. Howell, bursar. I
(!>♦♦♦-♦•♦»■•■♦ •• >n»» • . ♦>■ * •♦•(8)
I Dezall Brothers     i i
Blacksmiths
Horse Shoeing
Carriage Repairing antl
! General Jobbing....
t Oulslde Orders Promptly   *
i Attended to. I
a. • * * •-*• • • 9 _.«•>(•'.
■iij.iii i_ coiiiiiu-ii to the Bubiuei'H
ran,',l oi' lun t, is thu tlv- f I'tluw luw  rt.i.e
iiiii.k, iiiui tiuuuourj tu uu Uxu i uy m iHirduu,
..., un- ist-in) iii Au_,tisi iu tin year ut liie tla.i
ul Uialuiue.
1 n_ ieniL-i; *>11.1,1 IlllVi- oil'' illf-.l 'f 111 OJif r.lllui
.'.iLliili tun jUiil's lio.it ill.; Uateoi lln- lUlWO, uu
unu uruUiiu mi i'.imi. uvu limw mu-iIu -iix yual'»
Iinm .siiuli tlini'. m-u.iii, M 'ii i"-i lUi.i; iol' tils.
your, iiiui M" |'"i' uii"* mreiiuli sub-tfiiueul) wu.
noyuiiy sutitu an pi-i. »-i luituu^.
Piiwer AiinitiK in Uie Kukuli terrllory.—creek,
iiiil.li, river mm IlUi iiulius lllttil Uoi uxueud ■&*
luui in ieu«ui, metumred »u tlie u.iuu uik- oi
jii-ueitti   .In.ml Iiiii  oi llio oieeK or nun-ti. tin
niiiin iieitin u-jiii i uou ui i.,ww ttet.   AUutuei
iiim-er ii.iiiiis slmli lie ib* twi siju .n-.
I l.illllSilll' llllM-KtM 0> two ,U|;il. inisti. oDU 11.
.•iii'.! i-u.l, ln'iiriiiK noil. .*•*. Kiitry iiiu-,1 lit- oil*
imiitiil ivi Iiiu tOUiiajS, il tlie ,'iaiin is v. ulu j.
it'll inll.-s »t 1111111111- reeii,dor s olliee. tme '-mi..
.my u.loweii lor eiuin utiUiiiou.ii teu mt.en ui
flilL'tlulL
I Im i-.Tsuii or i-'Hiumiij stiuiui: ii I'liilm mnsi
In,nl it ni-e iiiint'i' s eeliliii'ate.
riii-.liHi'tiVHri'f ol ii new mine is entitled lou
cl.tini ui'lu. ii left lu It'iiutli. ami ll Hit* pai't
I'.uisists ul two, 1,-jiK- leel iilt..|ii..lier, ou tue on.
uut of wiiii'ii uo loyalty iiuiii be ■ulmrued, iih
rest or tin* inii'ly imltiiiiry .-luuns utuy.
i utry lee ♦111. Hoy.uiy at t lie rule ol two ami
..ue i.wri.tfi oul »u tu<-•.iilueot tun uui>l  "lop
uwi from tbe Viinun iertitury to uu paid to tt..
Uomutruller.
So tree miner shall receive a grant of more
Hun une uiii.iu.; iiiuiii on i.ucli Htiini.-u.te rivt-i
ui'iwu oi tiiileli, mil tlie mn ne ini.i.'i may liol.i
uuy niiiin-L'i oi iiiiiii.s l.y i.iii'i'iiase, mid Iree
niiuer.i mny work tlieir emiliis In iiiirliiersnip li>
ll.lltiK noilue miii inijiiiH tee uf a. a eliiim
limy he liiiuil-,||.*il, aim uiituiier olila.neil on tne
sitin-. urei'k, ijuluii »r river, uy giving notice uuu
l-aylui: alee.
WorK must be done on a claim eaeli year to
tin- value ul at leant rm.
,\ i-i'itilluale tu.it WurK lias been done musl be
ob.amed eaeli year; If uut, Uie eiHim suitll lie
ileum. tl tu be iiUiiUd.'tieil, mid ojieu louccuuatlun
and entry l>> a Ir.-.- inli.ei.
'lne lioiuidanes of a oliiiiti may be dellnml alj-
Molulely I.y bavlliKasuiveymailealiilliublUlllllij
iiotlues ill lbe ViiKoniillleiiil tia/.ette.
I'eiroleuin.- All imii*j|ii'U|iilated Dotniuliiii
Lauds In ...anitobii, llie ,No.Lluve_t Territories
mul williin tlio YiikuU T.-riltory are uih-ii u>
|iros|n-etliiK for |.t'lioieiim. ill lit tlie mllllstei
limy reserve foi an iuillvuiiiai ur cotii|iauy bav-
lU-j nnt.liiti'-ry nu tbe laml lo be proS'ieutOU, an
.ii.ia oi uu ueiia.    Snuitlu tliu |.iosi«!eiur tils
oavur oil in inlying iiuautlties, audaaliiraoiorUy
•-hiai.il -b sue li disenveiy, ail area lint eveeeulnn
ni'iaei'es, Inclll.liliH llleilll WL'.laUtl   Mli-ll  Oilier
laud as ma. Uudetertniiied, will be »uid to tin
ilhtioverei ai ilie rate of ntl.tw an auru, suujeoi
lu royully at mull rata ai may bu speeilteil by
,iii|.'i-in-i'.iiiiieil
W. W.l'DltV
>*§•». «*»*7fV%*Tfe^««%%*%%%*»>%-%%%*%^
A. W. McVittie
J Dominion and Provin
* cial   Land  Surveyor
H. H. McVittie
General Agent
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t TIMBER, MINES
| LANDS
{ CRANBROOK,   B.
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STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Kiiiiiisli.-,I by l'..-i,l, rS Ehvell, l,r,,k
era, Cruiibruok,
North siur..-,.-.
Sullivan, '.i.1,,'.
M. I'luu'l'llf" ttc.
Hunihlur-t'iirila,,,. liie,
Wosturti Oil and Coid. 20t-.
lnti'i'iiiiiiiuiul Coal lin.l t',,1.,', 25u,
Siiluu   Sl.   Kinj.-t.t-. 1)00; Nurtli
Stur, niKi; Sullivan, Iimki.
120 KEWARU,
SIMPLE
SIKUNU
J. 0. CUMMINGS
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
FERNIE
MAS.
Purchase Price $3.00 a month
Allowance made for old machine
BEE
ARNOLD  * ROBERTS1
DRAYING,
We have been in tlie business for
several years and our business i» in-
creulniE, That almwn WE OIVE SATISFACTION. We have one of the best
equipments In B. 0. and we attend
strictly to luifdnefiB.
ABOUT THAT PIANO
When you want it moved nee ub.
Wi* make it a "specialty and have a
piano mover ami can do thu work
without risk. Also household fitrni-
ture.
Perry & Fitzgerald
PROCRIKTOItS OP TUK
Cranbrook Cartage
and Transfer Co.
Olllce opposite C. P. ft. 'PHONE W
GAME   PROTECTION   ACTS   18!»8
AM) AMENDMENT ACTS
1904 AMI 1005,
The undersigned will pay $'i0 ie
ward lor Information leading to llie
conviction ol .»»>' porson or persona
under tbe above acts.
Il i.s unlawful to lake, oi* attempt
to take, oi kill beaver lor six years
from August 1st, 1005, or to buy
sell or barter, or have in possession
tiniaiiiiL'il pelts ol beaver.
To export any deer alive or dead,
oi ilu* skin or hide of a deer—penalty
$5o line and 00 days Imprisonment.
To use in employ any explosive,
time, iiuisuii ui net, or any other (le
vice Iban hook ami line, or lo usi
salmon iuc as ban foi the purpose o
capturing trout—penalty $250.
Tu catch, kill ui have in possession
trout ol any kind or species under
ilu- size ol six inches in length, or to
catch or kilt any kind ot trout be-
tweon November l'i and Match $5.
To destroy birds al any Utile lhat
live on noxious insects.
To lake game birds by means ol
Iraps, nets, snares, gins, or baited
Hues. To take game birds at any
time during ibe close season or io
buy, sell ni rx|)..Ki_ same for sale.
To bit> or sell lhe heads of mouii
lain sheep, elk, mouse oi Caribou, u
the teeth ot waplla or elk.
Non-residents other than officers
ollieers and men of his majesty's army and navy and lhe permanent corps
of Canadian militia, shall not al nny
lime bunt, kill or lake any ot the animals and birds mentioned iu the above
acts without having him obtained a
license, either fiom the government
agent or lbe game warden, wiilch
shall be in (out- i,ii thai shooting
season for which iin- snuiu lias been
issued; the fee io he paid therefor i
be Wiy ($50) dollars.
The governmenl agent or game woi
dt-fi may grant permission in writing
for a period nol uxeeuiug one iveek
lo any person not a resident in lhe
province to hunt, take aud kill my
of the game birds iiieulioiwd in
scnedule ll lo this act; lhe fee fot
such permission shall be live ($5) dollars. Penalty for killing without license fifty t$5b. dollars tine or ;»
days imprisonment, or both line oud
Imprisonment,
Any person found committing an
offence under the above acts may be
apprehended without a warrant by
any con., table or peace officer or
game warden, who also are empower
ed to stop and search any conveyance
or persons suspected of being in un
lawful possession ot any animals,
birds, eggs or lish, and to search the
premises of any person engaged in selling, buying or Hading, or any vessel, boat, hotel or restaurant,
It is the duly of every constable
and peace officer within the province
ot British Columbia to enforce all the
laws for the protection ot animals,
game, game birds, song birds, wild
fowl, trout and forests within their
respective hist-Hcts.
Persona desirous of assisting in the
preservation of wild animals, game
and fish arc Invited to correspond
with the undersigned.
A. E. Walls,
Deputy Came Warden tor lhe Elect)
inl Dislriel of Cranbrook,
Waltsbuig, 11. I
LAND \oTtri-:
Notice Is hereby given that, BO day
from ilall-, 1 will apply lu the I Ioi
orablc   lhe   Chlel    Cuiiiltilssloiicl    of
Lands ,iu,i Works foi  permission   to
purchase abonl RO acres of land commencing ai ihi- nni'tlieast corner of lot
301-I,   group one,   K -ii.ty  division,
thence north UO chains,  thelice went
io chains,    llience    south 20 chains,
thenco cast   lu   point ol commencement.
0-fll Clyde v. Downing
Dated this 25th dav of May,  1005.
Subscribe for the
Herald.  $2.00 a year
POSSESS A STONOER VITALITY
mnl nra morn fully mntnrtiil tlian Oione depen*
clfitit upon nature.   Tlio furmnr Imn .'iiouitb to
iiimii with without   trasttnf** to poorhmkIh,
r's cost no morn t linn
nnd sn nu iniliiremniil'
$3.00 WORTH FREE
Don't (Inlay. A |io-lulniril will liriun full tutor-
mitt Inn nnil Uritn llliiHlrat-xl oatnlowaa I. -j,
DUN VER SUED * FLORAL CO., DMVtr, UU.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
lln* undersigned, ami embused "'tender for Post Olllce at Vancouver,, it.
r." will be received at ibis olllco until Friday, Juno -;t, 1905, Inclusive,
for the erection ol a Post Olllco
building at Vancouver, I). C, accord-
lug to plans and specifications to hi'
seen iii ihe Department uf Public
Works, Ottawa, Oni , and at UtO Vancouver Armory, Vancouver, It. 0,
Tenders will nol bo considered unless made ou tho printed torm supplied, and signed wiiii tbe actual -signatures ot tenderers.
An accepicd cheque mi a chartered
bank, payable to the Honorable the
Minister' of Public Works, equal to
ifii per cent tin p. c.) of tho amount
of the tender, must accompany cadi
lender. This cheque will be forfeited
it the parly tendering decline the con
trad or fail to complete lhc work
contracted for, and will be returned
in case of unii-aieeptaiice ot tender.
The Departmi'iii does not bind its
self tu- accept Ihe lowest or anv h-it*-
der.
Ity order,
Fred lielinas, Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, May 16, 1005. 0-21
TO RENT.
Stock farm, 210 acres, on St. Marys river and Perry creek; 100 aires
fenced; house, stable and abundance
of water for Irrigating. For terms,
etc., apply to Kealc iv Elwell or to
W. II. Urndlord, bayard, ti. C.    D-3t
MINERAL ACT.
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTICE.
"Dixy," ColllngWOOd" and "Mayflower" mineral claims, situate in the
Fort Steele Mining Division of East
Kootenay district.
Where located: On St. Eugene lllll,
on Moyie Lake.
Take notice that I, William J.
Langley, free miner's certificate
D73410, acting for myself and is
agent for Judson B. Langley, Iree
miner's certificate B73411, and Andrew J. Devlin, free miner's certificate No. B73412, intend sixty days
from date hereof, to apply to tlie
mining recorder for a certificate oi
improvements for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of each of the
above claims.
And further take notice that action
under section 37 must be commenced
before the issuance of such certificate
ot improvements.
Dated this avth day of Febiuar>
A. D. 1905.
48-flt W. J. Langley.
LAND NOTICE.
Take notice that sixty davs After
dale 1 intend to apply to tlie Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works
permission '" purchase the following
described laud:
Beginning at llie northeast corner
nl Lot 1203, O, 1, Kootenay dislriel,
ihence north 20 chains, ihence west
SO chains; thenee south 20 chains;
thenee east HO chains to place ot beginning, containing 100 acres.
Dated May 11th, 1905.
8-M J. E. IT. Laidlaw.
GET THE  WEIGHT   RIGHT.
When you are buying anything that
should he weighed have it taken to
Worden's scales. A ticket of weight
is a guarantee thai it is right as the
scales have been Inspected by tho gov
eminent. 7-3t
FOR SALE.
A new Victor safe; weight about
500 or ooo pounds; combination outside door, key inside door; outside
measurement 27x22 inches wide; inside measurement 19 inches high, 14
Inches wide. Also almost new cash
register, worth $100 new. For the
luw price of $140 cash for both. Inquire at Herald office. 6-tf
Second
Hand Store
We carry a complete
stock   of   household
goods, and have a lot
of SNAPS
Shoes at ycurown price
.las. McArthur
Sages Old Stand
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WENTWORTH HALL
Wednes., and Thurs.
May 24 and 25
Moving Pictures
-AND-
Entertainment
ONE OF THE BEST IN
THE WORLD
Scents of  Russian-Japanese War,
StartlinK in effect
Don't fail to Attend
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Livery Barn Under
New Management
We ,1,'sir,' t„ autiouuco t>> ll,,-
public llml wu liuw |„iri'|u,s,',l Iiiu
Mi-KiiiKir,'. livery ifnrn with horsos
nml tins, uml will |,uv,' I'lmi'iii' of
the sun,,' in the future, ll will !„■
our uhu !,,|. iv the people ot ilu-
,lislrii't the very lies! in this line ul
reasonable prieoB, We waul your
patronage antl wu propoao t<> inuril
it by tlie best of Bervice,
DEZALL BROS.
CKAJNBROOK
Don't Pay Rent
Build a House
Hul before iloing s,> see .Tniiies
(J rear, the contractor, He will
1..' tible to hlep you with suggestions tlinl will provn valuable,
James Greer
Contractor nnil Bniltler
Craiibriiuk Att'lltodisl Church.
Curlier al thin-..,, w.-nat' auu Luui. Sired
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Cranbrook
Livery  S
GEARY & DOYLI-
I'ropriclors
Ttatus an.l tlrivur. furtilshci! for a,.
point in the illstrlet,
A. DOYI.R, Manager
J. M. DERR,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
Repairing Promptly Done.
Footwear to Measure a Specialty
MINERAL ACT.
(Korin !■'.)
certificate: of improvements.
MAMMOTH  MINERAL CLAIM
Situate  in   lhe   Kurt  Stet'lt'  Milling
Dlviaiun uf  ilia    laasl   Kuuli'luy  IMa
Irlct,
j   Loiiateil un Luke Crcok.
Take   notice   llial 1, Thus. T. Mc
Vluic, V. 11. C. B78710, agenl for .1.
T. Laiillaw,   !•'.   M.    C,   No, 7346-1;
I Jas. A„.„s,   !•'.   M. t'. 48516;   Win
Talfalll, F. M- C. '18663. an.l Jas. A.
llani'V, !•'. M. V. 48,556, intend sixty
Mays from ,l,e date hereol to apply lo
tlie MiuiiiE Recorder fur a Certificate
..[ Improvements   fur tli,' purpose ol
obtaining a Crown Grant „f the ubove
,,-laini, a,,;! furtlier take notice lhat
| action under Section M inns, be c,
j inenced before lite   issuance ut   such
certificate.
Haled Ihis Kill ,l„v „! Mav, 1005.
|   7-91 Thos. T. MoViltlo,
Agent.
LAND PURCHASE,
Take nuliie Unit two inoiillis alter
dale we intend making application I,
the Chlel Commissioner ul Lands and
Works f,.r permission to purchase the
following described laud in Soiitt
Kast Kootenay District:
Commencing at llle northwest col
ner i.f la.f 5248, O. I. K. P., running
ilieuet' 80 chains west, llience li'
eiiains north, thence 80 chains eaat,
thenco I" chains soulh ,.. thu p,
..,' comnu ncement.
The Wattsburg Lumber Co., Ltd.,
O-lll A.  E, Walls, A.,-,,
Wattsburg, May 6, isms.
Subscribe for
The Herald
AND GET WISED UP
Drink Home Beet
It is Pure
It is Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   All kinds
nf repairing.   Give me a call.
DISSOLUTION N'OTK'K.
This is Id certify llial we, Samuel
.1. Mm row and Waller II. Mc!'Vlnne,
heretofore trading under ilu- nun
name ol "Morrow A McFarlane," in
Cranbrooh, H. 0., ami tlml we, ,1m.-
ut'lian MnnnlnK and Nelson Iv Sld-
ilrin name of ''Manning A Slddona,"
of Cranbrook, B, t'., antl llial we,
Holiert A. Macconnell and John A.
QUlls, heretofore Hading under thu
lirm name of "Macconnell A liillK"
nf Cranbrook, H. C, have dissolved
the aforesaid several partnerships as
and from the 1 lib day of April, 1005,
and have assigned all accounts tine
ns to tbe The Cranbrook Co-Operal-
ive Stores, Limited, who will carry
on lhe business of the said three
firms and assume all liabilities in
connection with the saitl three partnerships. 7-21
TIMBER NOTICK.
Take nolleo thai thirty days allei
date I Intend to apply (or a special
license lo cut and carry away Umbet
hum the following described lands in
South Kast Kootenay:
Commencing ai a posl planted .u
the northeast corner uf J. 11. Spences
timber license, No. 8*109, Croup I;
thence 40 chains south; thenco 23.18
chains east; thoiico north along the
west boundary of R. R. Januesoirs
license, 38.17 cliains, io the north
boundary uf the lands Included in said
license; theme east along the said
noi th boundary ol said license -10
chains, in tlio southwest corner ol
Lot 598u, Group 1; thenee north
123.U4 chains; thenee west 103.18
chains lu the east boundary of pre
omptlon No. 1)4*1; thence Bouth 2.ll
chains to the north side of C. K.
March's license; thenee east 20 chains
to the northeast corner of the said G
K. March's license; thence south 40
chains along the east boundary ol the
said G. K. March's license; thence
east till chains; thence south so
chains; thence west 40 chains to the
place of beginning, containing 040
acres of land more or less.
Baled April 21th,  1005.
0-5t a. Hogarth.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thai 00 lav.
alter date I will apply to the Chief
Commissioner ol Lands ami Works for
permission to purchase the follo'Vlng
described land iu South Kasl Koo'■•
nay:
Commencing at a posl plained
where ilie east boundary of Lot .113
crosses the southern boundary ul the
Crows Nesl Pass tail way, Ihen.'c
south 40 chains, more or less, to 'hu
Moyie river; thenee northerly aloig
lhe Moylo river lo the light of way
uf the said railway; Ihence along iho
said right of way in n northwest.rly
direction  lo the place ol commenco
isiii April, tOOn.
fi-.t Thou, I'nve-i.
II. II, McVittie. Agen-.
SOCIETY AND
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
Crescent Lodqk Nu. .►.'.
KNIGHTS of  PYTHIAS
Craiibriiuk, 11. C.
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Cr.nbruuk   I... nl  Unlnn   l.'U al Hie I nihil
Brulhcrliuud ul tatpeuu-i. and .luliu-r.
„f  .meriia.
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ANCIENI' ORDER ol FORESTERS
i'ii ixiimioK, ii.,.
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M.'i't. I'vciy Fridny night above
l'iitmuii'rt  Store
Come mul join  the  flnppy   Bnml
MUSIC
MRS IIISI.D,', Te.cber „l lhe Planolurie
S|„',-i,,I    all,',iluu,    to   loiltll,   te.l,-
iiiij,,,', plirasing „i.,l yiiiilu.;; ,.i slu.lies
Apply at residence on llur,v.II  „.-.
W. F. GUI.I),
BarrUter. Solicitor, Etc.
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
3. H.THOriPSON,
Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary  Public.
Cranbrook, H. C.
HARVEY & McCARTER.
Barristers. Solicitors, lite.
Maiell Block Cranbrook, 11. C.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
The partnership heretofore existing
between John Hutchison and Alex M.
Black is this day dissolved by mutual
consent.
The business will in future be Conducted by John Hutchison, to vhjui
all bills are payable.
John Hutchison,
A. M. Black.
John Leask, Witness.
Craubrook, B. C, May 0, 1905.
NOTICK.
Notice Is hereby given that sixty
days after date 1 will apply to the
chief Commissioner of i.aiui*. and
Works, Victoria, lor permission to
purchase tho following described land
in South Easl  Kootenay district:
Commencing at a post planted on
tlie easi I-., nk of the Koolcnay river,
al the northwest corner of Humphrey's claim in Lot 15, Ihence east
80 chains to thu northeast corner of said Humphrey's claim,
and still east from said corner 40
chains, thenee not tli 10 chains, thence
west to the Kootenay river 20 chains
more or less, thence southwesterly
following tbe course ol the Kootenay
river to the point of commencement,
containing 120 acres mure or lessf
Dated this 21st day of March, 1905,
2-9t John J. Grady.
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|      C, H. DUNBAR       {
*   Barrister, Solicitor, Notary    •»
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Cranbruuk,     -     -     11. C.     I
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DRS. KIMi & GRIiGN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Olllce .1 Ki-sliicni'c. Irm.troiig Ive.
Illl-'ICi: HllllkS:
Foreanuns,   •   •   ■   ■   <,:.lll to II
Afternoon.   ....   I:_0 lt»3:30
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Dr. Connolly,     |
Physician and Surgeon   .
'-"' Olliee On Armstrong  Avenue   -
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DRS. KING & MILES,
DENTISTS
onicii noukH
u li. Ill a  iu.
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CRANBROOK, ll. C,
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CRAMikuiik. ll. C. 'Phone 71
NOTICE,
Take notice Hint  I, l-'retl Drew, of   ..    _...,,       .      .     ...
Marysville,     intend   to apply lo llie  /VlC VlTIIC    &    I .'I 111 I.'I \\
Board   of Mconse Commissioners lur,    ,V ' ,ll,C   **    LalUIUW,
Cranbrook ilislriet, at tlie first lieei-
Ing l,el,l •'!« days after the lirst mi ,'.i-
eiitinn   uf litis notice, for a transfer
from myself to 11 go II, Wales   nl
the license lo sell Intoxicating liquors
at the ttoyal hotel in Marysville.      ,
Hated April 2111,, 1905, | THUS. T. McVIIIlE, P. L. S,
Mt Vnt Drew,    J- '• LAH".**. «. B.
Mining Rngineers
and Surve; ois,
CRANBROOK, B. C THE   CRANBROOK   nERAI.ll
THE COLLAPSE OF THE C. P. R. STATION
means  suffering  for  those  who  were  entrapped,   inconvenience   for  the  public,  expense   for  the  companv   and  trouble   for everyone who was connected with it
APPLES
Mill In- Willi nl
$1.65
R p.',' Ikis until our big stock   is
K rwlll Ij   'I'l,,','.' u|,|,l,'s or,'   iu
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How Different the Collapse in Prices at the Big Cooperative Stores
Wliiuli brougUl joj I.. llioBu who .wire oliliiteil i" work antler the canopy ..f High Prices anil who were the lirst t.. tee] ,,>„! welcome il nuh
Wlii.-h ui.'uus convenience to the buying public, who are uo longer worried getting oul drders f..r eastern tlealers to ,-,,•',, tlollar. They go to telephone No. _. when
„i n reasonable price, anything uu r iroman needs ou earth can be called for and delivered in oue I,uur.
Which meant, instead "f expeuae for the Co-operative Company, the grand total ,,f ueajly -.11,000 cash receipts for the month.
We nr,- nol immune In,,,, trouble. V,.u kuow there ur,- people in Cranbrook who do nol want tl„- price <-,,i Those are making a little trouble for us, but with our
four hundred ensl rs nl our bnok we have nothing to tear.
THE CO-OPERATIVE STORES
DEAL
where fresh gooda are suld
DEAL
where prices are the lowest
DEAL
where the people share profits
TELEPHONE no. 9
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an appetising relish for steaks, chops, etc.
Ar 's T.imul,,,' nud 11,','f I'lilsup is „ purfecl
blend "I Hulectiul T„iiiiiI.„'s. <"I.....-.- Spices ami
Armour's Kxtrnol ,,t Hon", giving a delicacy nud
pitiunucy of tlavor nnl found iu other Cntaupa..
I'liU'i:   It)   CENTS
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*t* taken before the ailment
*^ j..,'ts ii 1„,1,1 on the system.
A     Oui' ilost'ii, ti  is bet.
■fr lur than n dozen bottles
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•fr This is the time to lake something for tho blood.    Hue of 9
I CLINE'S   POPULAR |
j BARBERSHOPl
now Incited in its comfort
• able and attractive new quar-
! ters in the Watts buildinK. J*
HEAD WILSON'S  \l>
Mmburgei cheese at  Fink Hi
M ii   King was down to Fen
e i'ii
Qronl Da wn Int., "i JalTra),  *
I'ue.sdav.
town tins week.
Llinburgct cltcese at  Kink Hro
All miner's licenses expire   a
Isaac Baker, ol Moyie, was in
t'lWh
last ..I this nu.nth
asi Tuesday.
P. McClellnn came up from ibi
11.  It   Dawson, uf Nelson,  Wa
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thin week ut \ir~.it old friends.
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; This institution is just up-to-
• date and is modrrnly equipped
* to do iust the best work in all
. branches ot the tonsorial art.
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Raked Up Abuul tbe City by Aaklnj
.uesiiuns ul Many People.
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Medicine i
* the many good Sl'lllMi 'I'DMI'S we can recommend
Jfr Bhould be taken, Clean oul the body before the hot weather.
A Then you .•„,, Btaml ii bettor,
* ...DISPENSING IS OUR SPECIALTY...
j C. E. REID & CO.
DRUQOISTS
'Phone 71
STATIONERS
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MEN'S AND LADIES' GOODS
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READ REID A CO'S. AD.
T. M. Roberts was a Moyie visitor
last Saturday.
Superintendent   Erlokson   went
Calgary tliis week,
All liiiuls ol river drivers' siloes al
Kink Bros.
Mrs J. K. Armstrong 1ms gune to
Golden io visit her daughter, Mrs.
Dr. Taylor,
Special prices on carpets at Reid A
(Vs.
Services in tlie Methodist church as
usual next Sunday conducted hy the
retiring pastor.
A good clock makes a sensible wedding present. Wilson, tbe jeweler,
has jusi received a new supply,
C.  It   Waul, lormerly In the local
office ol lhe resident engineer ol   tho
C. 1'. It., has returned to Cranbrook  light, waterpl|i
and resumed wmk in his old position,
M, Quitilaven, who was remanded
mi Ute charge ol stealing a saddle
Irom Paul Handley about three years
ago, was taken in Nelson last Friday
to await tlie assizes.
CoITces, tho only good, ground hesli
while you Walt -'i ilie Vnucuuvui'.
Mrs. John Hutchison and son arrived
lasl Friday, Mr. Hutchison having
gone as far as Morrissey to meet
them. They will soon he Installed in
tlieir new home on Baker hill.
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town last Tuesday.
('. V. Downing, ot Spokane, \
town lust Tuesday.
See Reid's ad. this week.
Mrs, W, II, Grllllth    visited
Steele Junction on Tuesday.
Ktl.  MacBcth, ol .Movie
Ing Cranbrook the lirst uf tbo week.
Miss Ella Johnson left on Tuesday
lor Fernie, where *>lie will spend her
holidays.
The Vancouver for teas. Tetley's
best Ceylon regular uilc now  lllu
Gus Cory has returned from lus
trip io the coast and left Tuesday
for Medicine Hal, where lie will re-
sumo his duties wiih th. C. p. R,
o. .1. Johnson, one of the old timers ol Movie, was in town a   short
to time   last   Saturday, on  his return
Irom a visit lo the middle States.
Frank Johnson, of the Movie hotel,
Moyie, was iu town Friday and Saturday of last week. Mr.Johnston is
feeling good over the prospects oi
-Moyie.
Youi* eyes will receive careful attention at Wilson's. Don't; Walt until it's too late,
The sacrament of thu Lord's suppd
will be observed in the Presbylerlaii
church next Sabbath at the morning
service Preparatory sen ices on
Thursday evening at s o'clock.
To Rent—House     on  Kain  street,
lot 38, block 24;     5 rooms, electric
a kitchen, newly papered  and  painted;  rent  $15.   Apply
l.Imburger
General    i*
■heesi' al   Fink  Hros
to J. V. Armstrong,
assembly   convenes   iu Kings lo
1       Oil
June "ih.   Uev. S,  Lundlo will
have
charge of the congregation tlurli
g the
absence .if Rev. Fortune.
Next   Monday,     May   2D, Rev
ami
Mrs. Fortune leave for a two nn
nibs'
holiday in Ibo east.   Mr. Foi lun
■ will
attend  Uu- general assembly ol
llie
Presbyterian church as a rcpre
entii
live from Koolenay presbytery.
The
For Sab*—due pony, well bro'
en In
saddle or harness; une Singer s
■wing
machine,  good    as  new,  cheap;
pre-
the
perinlemli
was in town List Fi ui,
ins periodical nips o1
Mr. Jnmieson bas a lot ol trlei
Cranbrook who are always plea;
meet him.
Slater
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shoes at Keid A
Miller, ihe brakeman who was
injured at Morrissey a lew* weeks ago
by being caught by a wire stretched
ovei  tho track al Morrisscy, made a
visit to Fernie the flrst of the week.
lie has recovered so so that he hopes
to be able u» go to wmk within   a
,.„,„ servo jars; half do/en Plymouth Rock
,,,   hens,   two  wiili  broods.   Inquire    at
t,)VV   parsonage, Hanson avenue.
is j,, s, .1. Thompson,
■tl to George Wales, Leslie Fox, A. Mc-
.Kaelieru and Otto Weisuer, Wardner's
strong quartette, spent Sunday In
lown. These tour gentlemen are six
day a week workers and once In a
while ihey come up to Cranhrook to
breath a little metropolitan air.
The Vancouver for India ami Ceylon
leas, best at lowest prices. All grades
of green and black leas. Call lor
sample.
Constable Walker, of Ferule, has
been on duly in Cranbrook the pnsl
week to meet the vacancy caused by
the illness of Cons-table Morris. Mr.
J. IV R. station is under Walker Is one ol those specimens ol
ullices of the second lloor human nature who is recognized as a
| have been removed to cars on the Kcnileman as soon as one knows bin,
side Hack. As a consequence in many nud he has made many friends luring
nf lho depart men Is the employes have llil> 1,rief sojourn in Cranbrook.
hi be acrobats lo be able to get lo' All kinds oi river drivers' shoes at
their  offices   eaeli    morning.      They   Fink Bros.
would not think of going through lho     Reattlc A   Atchison,  the druggists,
ordeal at H o'clock at night 11ia.va two ol tlio most attractive wln-
ws to be seen In any drug store in
Two front ofli
block, lot rent
Kelsall.
while the
repairs the
I's, second Horn Walls
Apply to Mighlon A
7-tf      i
Hal
ids.
Mr. Boiiiian, ol Viotoria, Is an ad
dltion io ihe Bank ot Commerce . tad.
Constable Morris is able to be mn.
un   the   Street   again,   a (act   Unl     is
appreciated by Ins many friends,
11. ll. .Monis, of Vancouver, inspector for ihe Canadian Bank of
Commerce, is iu town today maKliig
the regular inspection ol ihe Cranbrook branch.
Lost, a silver brooch with two
Scottish thistles. Finder please leave
at Herald otliee and receive reward.
A. W. McVittie is in Nelson ;hla
week mi business.
George Muir, who is now in Asslnl-
iioia in ihe lumber business, was In
town ibis week. Mr. Parks has n
yard al frail*, and Mr. Mun i.s located at Davidson,  They are both ,1 g
very well.
William Oliver, one of the best
known lumbermen In the district, ie-
turned last Friday from Medicine Hal
win-re be has been visiting his sister,
Mrs. Wm. Rose, for ihe past three
weeks. This is ihe lirsi vacation lhat
Mr, Oliver lias taken foi some lime
and he thoroughly enjoyed it. Speak* |
ing uf Medicine Hat Mr. Oliver Bays
thai the natural gas resources in that
town will eventually make tho place
a most Important one.
If you waul lo get shoes at half
price, shoes that will wear and ot
late pattern, go to "Scotty" Ale Arthur's, at Sage's old. stand. Ile has
some great bargains.
H. L. Adnlpti, of Brandon, has been
>n town and at Fort Steele Junction
the past two weeks the guest ot his
father and brother. Mr. Adulpb is. a
member of lhe Brandon council and
was surprised to lind that Craiibrook
was not incorporated.
L. S. Murdock, formerly of Craiibrook, slopped off a couple of days
ihis week to visit  with friends.
The postollice will he closed hereafter at B:3i) except Saturday iiiglits,
when il will ho kept open until 7:3U
fur tbo accommodation ol the men In
ilie camps,
Rev. S. J. Thompson returned ou
Sunday from Vancouver, where he
had been attending the Methodistconference. The conference has appointed
Mr. Thompson to take charge of Centennial Methodist churn, Victoria, and
Rev. J. P. Westman wbo has been in
charge of that church is stationed in
Cranbrook. Mr. Thompson will leave
town about June (ith, and Mr. 'vest-
man will arrive in' lime for Sunday,
June 11th; Rev. and Mrs. Thompson
have formed some strong friendships
in Cranbrook and their departure will
bt regretted by many who have Worked with them for the good of the
church.
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ano Bunions
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if Slaters' famous j
shoes are worn.      '
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We are the sole j
agents in Cran-}
brook and carry all j
sizes and styles.      !
Come in and trv ours on
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All kinds of i
Flnk Bros.
Joseph Jeffries, who is employed in
ilie Last Koolenay Lumber compnii) \ mill at Ryan, was hurt last Saint day hv getting his hand caught
while running n slab oil from the saw
Ile eame lo Cranhrnnk in the ifter-
noon and had the injured member
properly   taken    care ol by a physi-
F.  E
ilcd—Serv
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ul.   Apply   Mrs.
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British Columbia 'his week. They
are ihe wmk ui E, II. Small, proprietor uf the Cosmopolitan lintel, who
is without a doubt one ot the mosl
artistic decorators in ihe province of
British Columbia. Many people have
stopped to admire lhe beauty of these
windows K*id all have words ol praise
for their appearance.
Reid iv Co. lor linoleums and   carpets.
Three  years ago  last   Sunday    vvas
ihe atari of the big flood that caused
so   much   damage in   Ihis district to
li, and    the  government
started   in   with   a tain
IMPROVEMENTS    IN    THE HERALD.
The Herald has secured the services
of au expert machine operator ol
Winnipeg, whu will, after the lust of
lhe mouih, relieve Mr, Bi,lings. Mr.
Billings Will assist the "Old Man'
in ihe froni    olllco and Mr. Bennett,
ho has charge of the job department. Arthur Johnson is a new addition to the Herald stall' and will
i.egin work tomorrow.
The increase ol business in lhe Herald olhee has made these additions to
lhe stall Imperative, and after tho
lirst of the month the Herald ex-
iccts io be aide to meet the demands
d Us patrons promptly. Just as
soon as the necessary arrangements
can he made ilu- Herald will Increase
lhc size ol the paper to be able to
give more reading mailer. The advertising patronage has been encroach
ing upon the reading mntter space so
rapidly the past few months ihat
lhe readers have not had as good a
paper as Ihey were entitled to. As
in tbe past, the Herald will continue
to lead, novel follow.
| SPECIAL por CRANBROOK 1
I VISITORS TO SPOKANE I
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The Urand is to bi headquarters lor all B. C.
pjo|>le visiting Spokane. All B. C. papers on
tile, Niwly and completely refurnished and
refitted, Every mjdern con. enien:e. European plan. 50: to Sj.oo per day. Free bus to
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Tho license commission lipid a nicct-
inK last Friday and considered tlie tin1 C. 1'
different applications before it for fi- roads. It
censes, Tlio application ol It. 0. Mc- which tinned to snow ami then linal-
Clure for a license two miles west ol '!' changed i„ a warm rain only lo !„•
Yahk, and lhc applications ol J. H, 'ollowod by warm simslii,,,'. As a re-
Carroll ami W. A. Forsyth, for li- S"H "" "' ""' mountain streams wore
censes at Klmberley, woro turned """' '" overflowing, mud Billies wore
down. The license ol A. P. Chenette an "''''>' ''">' "tT""''"™' and ll,,'dam-
was transferred t„ Gougeon St Ncticr- a«os amountwl lo thousands of dol-
field.                                                      liars-
The latest In gent's straw hats at'   '"'' V,alt' ol Fott Slm'0' WM   '"
rtciil & Co's. : town last Friday,   The doctor is con-
Indent that llle Kootenay Central, lho
P. Ncvin, of Maclcod, was In lown road lo whieh he has dcvotcl'so much
a couple of days last week arrumiing „[ his time and energy, will linallv bo
for some material at lhc Cranbrook built, and lhat the building ol llial
Sash and Poor factory for the ,;ov- road will give to Kort Steele her jusl
eminent building thai he is construct- dues, The Herald believes that lhe
Ing at Moosejaw. Mr, Ncvin was doctor is right and when that r„.id is
pleased to see the progress in Cr.m- built it will serve us a monument i„
brook since he Was last here, and says Dr. Watt and his laith in tho K„„tu-
that lie has been kept busy since be nay valley and Kort Slcclo.
left Cranbrook with inipaortantcon-, , , ,. ,, , . ,, ,
tl.at.ts I   Lovely tin eadily of  Ietley s    leas
' high   grade   Ceylon fillc for 40c   per
All kinds ol river drivers' shoes at p0Und until .June 1st.   Try one pound
Kink Broa, c,dlly at lte Vancouver.
We Want Your Trade
You Want Our Goods
It is Easy to Agree
V.„i hnv.. th,' money ami «•>.■ Iinvejtlia largest stock
* <>!' Tinw.-ir,'. rannlwure, Stoves, Graniteware, etc. In
• tho Kootenays, antl the quality „ii,l [iric,.* will suit.
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A Short Drive
From Victoria
People of South East Kootenay who visit Victoria should
not fail to visit Goldstream. **
It is the tourist's paradise.
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Manal.Lturer, nf
Rough and dressed
LUflBBR and
DIHENSIONS
Also all   kinds of
MOULDINOS
MILLS .1
Jnffray, li vi. r, un.!
Craubrook, B.C.
Head Olllce.' Crnnbrook
Robinson-McKenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kinds Ol
Rough and Dressed Lumber THE  CRANBROOK.   ttfiBALO
..DRINK..
CRANBROOK BEEH
Made from the best malt and purest water, it is
unexcelled for quality.   Ash for CranbrooK
Beerand insist on having' it.
The Cranbrook Brewing <& MaJtii\$ Co. Ltd.
Also Manufacturers of a.11 kinds of Aerated Wa.ters.
CRANBROOK, *   *   *   British Columbia
H. I.. Stephens,
M. Kuckcndurl
J. Lawsun,
Morrlssej Mines Is still
turning out its usual quota
of coal. The big Alexandra
hotel i> still the best conducted hotel in East Kootenay. Your money's worth
at all times.
THIi ALEXANDRA HOTEL,
Stephens llras. S 0,.. Owner. and.Preprlelors,
.Morrisscy Alines, B. C.
H. I.. Stephens
Morrissey is the place to
take the Great Northern
train for Spokane-the
time is 12 hrs.; 24 hrs.
to Seattle; 32 hrs. to
Vancouver dt dt dt dt
THE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL
THE BIO WHITE HOTEL.
Stcpheas Bro.., Owner, and Proprietors,
Morrissey Junction, B. C.
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PRESERVATION
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...Manitoba Hotel.
(Untlor New Management) j
D. A. McDONALD, manager X
Tb!<- Hotel is in the center of town. The rooms are »
comfortable and well furnished, the dining room is first- }
class, and the bar is supplied with the best. When you »
want a good place to stop come to the Manitoba. X
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: MARYSVILLE, B. C.     *ft-- *-:
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TIMBERLANDS
FOR SALE OR LEASE
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company
offer timber lands comprised in British Co-
umbia Southern and Columbia & Kootenay
Railway land grants for sale and to lease on
favorable terms.
These lands contain some of the finest
timber in the Kootenay District.
For* terms, mitus antl further particulars npply to the following
local laml agents:
s'. Hyde Baker. Cranbrook, B. C.    E, Mallaiuluine, Jr., Creston, B. C.
I. H. Wilson. Wardner, B. 0, H. & M. Bird, Nelson, B. C,
R. R. Bruce, Wilmer, B. C.
Or to
J. S. DENNIS,
British Columbia Land Commissioner,
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
Calgary, Alberta
Are yon Interested la how
we recognize end remedy
eye defects, or is the preservation of jour light? If
ao, drop ns a pott card (id
we will nail yon without
charge our booklet "The
Eyeglass Question." It la
sure to inlerest yon.
w.p.TAre,
GRADUATE OPTICIAN
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The photographic mounts i
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: TO CO. Studio where every-
; thing in photography is up
to the minute.
Prest Photo Co.
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When You
Clean House
Bring your curtains and
carpets to us for washing.
We itutko n specialty of ivash-
in_C. P. R.overalls,
No Chinamen  employed
Crows Nest
Steam Laundry
SU UK 8 Mcl'lllili. Proprietors
Jk»s«N»^sjrNaj\«s»s_Nr._
THICK HORSES
are nil rij»lit to watch, but not to
drive,   The horses wo ,*.3e in our
LIVERY SERVICE
are selected for service as well as
show, Tliey nre good lively rond-
Bters thnt will carry you safely
there mid buck. For a drive or a
ride we can supply you with n good
horse and a proper carriage.
The llandlcy Livery Stables
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FERNIE.
(From ilit Free Prtu.)
Frank Dunn left on Wednesday  (ur
Calgary wUere lie will probably   remain.
The work of putting in the concrete
foundations lor the steel tipple at
Coal Creek is proceeding rapidly.
Men arc engaged night and day at llie
work.
Qeorge Thomas, ol Toronto, has
been appointed an assistant in Hie
lands department ol the Coal eompa-
ly. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas arrived
ast Saturday and have taken up
quarters temporarily at tbo King
l-'dward.
A. 0. Nelson, deputy assessor ol
Cranbrook, accompanied by Ales Lucas, ol Kaslo, were iu the city yesterday. Hy a recent act of lhe ■government the province has been divided iulo six districts lor Ibe purpose
ol assessment. The Kootenay district
includes the sub-divisions of Rossland,
Nelson, Slocan, Holden, Hevelstoke
and Kort Steele. Bftoh of these is in
iharge ol a deputy and A. C. Nelson
S Ihe deputy for the last named dislriel.
The Fernie football enthusiasts held
a meeting on Wednesday evening for
the purpose of reorganizing the club
mr llie current season. The ollieers
elected were as follows: Hon. Pres.,
U, (.. Driiinan; 1st lion. Vlce-Pres.,
II, ,1. Johnson; ini Hon. Vice-1'res.,
Win. Mills; President, L. Atkinson;
Vice-President, A, tiilchrist; Secretary-Treasurer, J. Burton,
A meeting of the directors of the
Klk Lumbar and Manufacturing company, limited, was held in Fernie on
Wednesday of this week. Those present were: 0. A. Robertson, St. Paul,
president; F. B. Lynch, St Paul, secretary; W, Dutlon, Winnipeg, treasurer; j. C. Wood, St. Paul, J. S,
Hough, Winnipeg, and F. (i. Barrows,
Fergus Falls, Minn. These gentlemen
eame out to inspect their new mill
and while here held the meeting to
transact routine business. They are
very well satisfied with the mill.
Messrs. Wood and Lynch returned
frum their hunt and met their fellow
directors here. They all left for the
east  on Wednesday evening.
Thos. Pogne has secured a long lease
of lhe Waldorf hotel ami he took possession on Wednesday of this week.
Mr. Poguc has had several years experience in hotel management iu
West Koolenay and he is well ami
favorably known in Fernie, where he
has lived fur some time.
.1. A. ftennie, who holds the posit/ion of city clerk, assessor, collector,
ele., has accepted a lucrative position
wiih W. It. McOaw iV Co., of Vernon, as manager of that big concern,
ami with Mrs. Hennie and family will
leave Fernie about June 1st lo make
their home in the metropolis of the
Okaiiagan. Mir*ReTmie""bas"~filled his
present position very acceptably since
the inception of the city nearly a year
ago and his departure is a distinct
loss to Fernie. His knowledge ol municipal affairs is very full and the
councils have gained many useful
pointers from him. Tlm members of
the council at the meeting on Tuesday conveyed many sincere expressions
of appreciation of the valued service
rendered by. Mr. Hennie. All agreed
that no other man in the city was
so conversant with municipal matters
and one went so far as to say that
the city clerk knew as much as ail the
rest put together. They also referred
to the v>ry efficient manner in
Which he had performed lhe clerical
duties connected with the office. Mr.
Hennie is also secretary of the school
board, and he and his estimable wife
ardent workers iu Knox church.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie and their four
bright children will lie missed from
Fernie.
^H'H"frH"H-H-H"M^
::!  INCORPORATION
SCHOOLS i:\lllltlT FOR WESTMINSTER,
The superintendent ol education of
British Columbia is corresponding
with the various boards ol school
trustees throughout the province with
the view* of arranging for a creditable exhibit oi the products id manual
training from the schools at lbe
forthcoming Dominion exhibition in
be held at New Westminster in September and October next. Tho desirability of the suggestion being adopted is   shown in   tin-   following eoi
lespniideiuv.
New Westminster,
May tl, 1005.
Hon.   F.   FulInn,   Minister  nf   Education,
Victoria, H. C:
Dear Sir—1 have been asked from
different portions of the Interior
f British Columbia, as well as from
lho coast cities, that a special .ffoi'l
should he made by the Dominion exhibition to he held iu this city, commencing on September. 27 and ending
on October 7 next, to have an educational exhibit thai would he a credit,
not only to the province, but to the
whole Dominion.
Probably you will remember lhe
Importance attached to the educational building at St. Louis last year,
and I feel that the value of a good
school exhibit would be really im
menso, if manual training, brush work
drawings, compositions, and in tut
all the work ot the schools could be
shown.
A creditable exhibit, though, cannot
in my opinion be shown unless the *• a-
rious schools of the province can be
induced to take part in this, and I
have been requested by the board oi
control of the Dominion exhibition lo
write and respectfully ask, first of
all, if the Idea will appeal to .on.
and if, approving of same, you would
permit the superintendent of education to take charge of such an exhibit, and by doing so we would be able
to demonstrate tn exhibitors the id
ucational advantages enjoyed by lesi-
dents in British Columbia.
We will be only to pleased to sel
aside a room for such au exhibit „wl
give every assistance in our power,
as well as prizes.
I omitted lo mention that kindergarten work could also be shown as
as well as lbe manual training pro
ducts.
Thanking you in anticipation for
any assistance Vnu can give lis in lhe
direction asked for, 1 am,
W. 11. Keary,
Manager and Secretary.
Education Olliee,
Victoria, B. *'.,
May, Li, 1905..
Sir—1 am enclosing herewith a copy
ot communication received by the Hon
the Minister of Education from lhe
management of the Dominion exhibition, which is to be held iu New
Westminster, B. c, on September UT
to October 7, inclusive. The minister
is anxious that the department make
every effort to have an exhibit of
school wmk at the exhibition, ami
that it be made as complete and irp-
resentative as possible. 1 am, therefore, instructed to ask you to do all
you can in your inspectorate to Have
an exhibit .sent in. This should include not only specimens from of]
branches of school work, but also
products from the manual training
and domestic science centers. The exhibit should reach New Westminster
not later than the 23rd September,
and the samples from each school
should be carefully marked.
should think that the exhibits
made at the Hevelstoke convention
could well form part of the exhibit
for New Westminster, 1 have lhu
honor to he, sir,
Alexander Robinson,
Superintendent of Education,
If
is what we want and have
FIRST CLASS ACCOMODATION
is what the people want, and get at the
Cosmopolitan Hotel. Nothing small
but llie name.      j*       _«       .*       „*
E. H. SMALL, rianagcr
•'-H-M-M-I-I-M^^^
■M-M-M-M-1-W
EraiaiiE'iram
P. BURNS ®L CO.     j
p.
Wholesale and Kelall
MEAT
MERCHANTS 1
Presh .'iml CuredJMenlfl   Ly
Presh    Fish,   < i.i me  ami t'-'j
Poultry. =ri
We suppl> only Ihe best      Vnur  gaj
trade is solicited N
Markets In all Ihe principal towns |,.j
In ltriii-.li Ctiiumhia r?j
Qissraa^^
UMEM
' itOYIE.
(From Uie Leader.)
M. A. Beale was in town Monday
Win. Tope while working in the
mine last night fell down a chute ami
broke his leg.   .
F. J. McMahon, accompanied by bis
wife ami two children, left Tuesday
for (Iraml Forks, N. D., on a visit
with relatives. They will return to
Movie about July first.
Chas. Farrell Was up from Mor
soy Mines this week on a business
nd pleasure trip. Mr. Farrell is
wner of the Society (lirl mine at
Moyie and also has some good prospects near the Sullivan at Marysville.
The Moyie Gun club held its weekly
shoot yesterday afternoon and the
following is a list of the contestants
and the number of clay pigeons broken by each: Cameron, 29 out of 50;
Armstrong, 28 out of* 50; Campbell,
12 out of 50.
Constable Houth has been appointed
by Mr. Armstrong as clerk of the
small debts court in Moyie. This
court will be held ou the last Tuesday
of each month,
O. J. Johnson, vice-president of the
St. Eugene Mountain Mines Ltd., and
one of the owners of the Aurora
property, arrived back in Moyie yesterday after an absence of nearly six
months. Mr, -Johnson spent most of
this time in Colorado and Wisconsin.
CRANBROOK LICENSE DISTRICT
The half yearly meeting of the
Board of License Commissioners,
Cranbrook License Dislriel, will be
held at lhe Court House, Crnnbrook,
on Thursday June 15th, 1905, at leu
o'clock iu the lorcnoon, wile
lowing applications will come
lhe Board:
James Brown,   Union hotel
nor,
A. L.
brook.
A. C.
brook.
L. B.
brook.
Dan
lbe fol-
before
Wa
le,  Cran
McDermol, whol
Bowiiess,    wholesale,      Cruil-
VaiiDeear, Royal hotel, Cran-
1905      NEW      1905
The mosl attractive line of
Wall Papers
',- over shown in Crnnbrook
£      I'lvsscl (looils Stripe Effects
.'. Vnrnislied Tiles for Bathrooms
Mouldings t,, Match all Papers
HOUSE  AND   SIGN   PAINTING
FJ. Bradley & Co.
Arc You Going To Remodel?
Jon iiill ilo It \, hi, the intention of improving upon present'
conditions.
Our part 1. i„ interest you i„ our ability
to improve ami perfect your sanitary cijuip-
ment.
We do hut one kind of work—the best	
and use tho famous "t/tmtatf Ware, every
piece of which is guaranteed bv the manufacturer, to be strictly first quality, Let's
talk it over. We have samples in our show
room.
patmore: BROS.       ,
Plumbing, Roofing,  Heating & Ventilating Engineers      ffl
0. c. o.
A carload of ham and bacon  just receiv-
dt     dt     ed  from   Chicago     dt     dt
CALGARY CATTLE CO.
McDonald')    Manitoba  hotel,
Cranbrook,
l-loggartli .v Rollins, Cranbrook hotel, Ciaiibrook.
Joseph    Hi-null,    Canadian   hold,
Craubrook.
tineas 11. Small,  Cosmopolitan llolel, Cranbrook.
(lougcon St  Netterfleld, Queens holel, Craubrook.
VV. Small,     Imperial    hotel,
brook.
William   Uollins, Wontwoi'tli
Cranhrook.
II.   W.    Drew,   Norlh Star
Kit. berley.
J. M. Carroll, Ontario bold
berley.
Vi. S. Forsytlu', Royal holel,
berley,
A. P. Chenette, Kails View hotel,
Marysville.
Prod Drew, transfer l„ Ocorgo   II.
Wales, Royal 'hotel, Marysville.
Oliver   Burge,   Perry   Creek hotel,
Perry Creek.
.1. II. MeMullin,
Chief License Inspector.
' rail-
hotel,
hotel,
Kim-
Kim-
NOTIl'i'..
TO WHOM IT .MAY CONCERN.
Tlie Breokcnrldgo St Li  Coal Co., I    SYSTEM 01* FIRE ALARMS,
limit,',1, of Lui nil, rack, All,,., wish to
„„ ico t„ Uie public tlml i,„ [mill-;   Slowly ringing „l ihe boll, Hro In
or salos ot    shares     In  lhe company  down town district.
will bo mail,' at sixty.flvo (<ir>) acnls
per   share.   Amplo   ulTallirolllollls have'    Hinj'.i,,!, ol llie hall Willi a bl'oalt l.l
boon made for the lintncrllnto require- ,, , ..,,.,...„,,    , ,i    , ,,.     .
mcnls ,,( ihe company,  osooiitliig ll,ro° '""'"s "' ""' '' « ','""""'1.
the   necessary   development of their  fire on the hill,
mine,  aud  for   Ihe  installation of  tlm
necessary equipment.
4—lb Peter Lund, Secretary.
TISDALE
We have moved to the
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4
4       old Morrow &
i    HcFarlane stand.
I    NEW CANDIES
} and FRESH FRUIT
1 TISDALE
h'ivu strokes of the tolling hammer,
call for practice.
MS
SEEDS
POSSESS A 5T0N0ER VITALITY
Bud are more fully matured than those dopen*
flnntiipoanatiirB. Tho fnmi.tr lnis <<in.ii-.li to
contend witli without trusting to poor seeds,
unr Boost no mora thsnpooriraerelopei] yoeds
uml ns au iiuliiciimoiit wi, olt'-r
$3.00 WORTH FREE
Don't ilolaj. A postal card will bring full information nnd largo Ulatttated cntuJoKue I. _.
DENVER SEED A FLORALCO., Denver, Col*. *
THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
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VOLUME  8.
rRANBKOOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   THUBSDAY.   JUNE   1.    1008.
NUMHER   III
THE^AS^DIAN 5£NK Japs nre Victorious
OF COMMERCE v
PaM-Vf Capital, $8,700,000        Reserve Fund. $3,500,000
It. E. WALKER, t
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO
oncral Manager       ALEX, LAIRD, Asm- G,
. i Manager
BANK MONEY ORDERS
ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES:
t5 and under     3 cents
Ovti M an.l nut meriting $10    e cents
"   $»o     " "        $30   ...   iu cents
M   *»     " "        $50   ...    ii centi
Twi OrtUn -nt l*n>n.hU- 111 I'm* .0 any office In Ouuulii ol a Chi red Hunk
(Vukun eut'iard), .ui.I at Uiv -nm. i-mI lunkinj; points III the IniUii Statin.
HIDOTUIlLl ai a iivli. a.n   ai
TIM CANADIAN HANK OK COMMERCE, LONDON. KNG,
Ih-iy furui tut •iccllmit met hud nf remitting small SUUia of money
with •*■*( ly and ul -.1111111 Boat.
CRANBROOK BRANCH
F. C. MALPAS. M«r.
ijpMq MMa *•«•**<** HIH1111 * .*a*m»» « .......... • •».
1 imperial-bank    ]
of Canada!
CAPITAL
REST
PAID UP
$3,000,000
$3,000,000
$ HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO, ONT. i
| T. R. Merritt, Pres.   D. ll. Wilkie, Vice Pres. and Gen. Manager j
I   I
CRANBROOK BRANCH
i SAVINGS  DEPARTMENT--1T;e1Sts1^0WED |
A general banking business transacted.
i
Drafts sold availa- *
1 Uf Jn every part of Canada, United States and Europe. Special J
I -Attetition to collections. I. F. M. PINKHAM, Manager.     |
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HOW ABOUT A WATCH
9* lell good looking Watches that will keep perfect time, and give good service lor years, at surpris-
<__*. low figures Whatever your ideas about watch
style*. w« an pretty sure to suit them.   Try us and
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WILGA" PRIVATE HOTEL
The most comfortable house and the best
table in the Kootenays
Apply (or terms S. G. Hoadlcy, Cranbrook
Litest mlvitva confirm tho inmj.tiitiu.t' o| tbt* ilita-uU-r suffer-
nl 1 iv the KusBuin fleet) and point to tin* tool tlmt frusta*! hopes
su for uii this war is oQnoprflfld now Ho in wh.itJ'Vor nmy Ih* ac-
ri'inpliMlitil l»y tl»* ofl It*-at** it army in Muinhuriu Tin- otheuil report, nrcivoil frum Tokio by tlio Japanese legation at Washington
mi Monday evetl^tg. says that the Ktmainn losses. (Infinitely known
in-t'luili* luu ltniili*blii|>B. ii <-<*_■_)_ lU'fi-iu-t* alii p. five eruiwrs. two
K|ti't*iiil service shipa. and three destroyer? sunk, nml iwu battleships
two rt'iisi iN-fMiHi' ships, oue s|M-i*i(tl secvios ship au->l - 'in* destroyer
..■iptiiii'il. wfailo over 'li""1 prisonors have been taken. Inalurtiiiy
tour ml in I ml Nebogatoff. Tin- Jupauesp. it would sshui. ;t r< ■ still
IMiiHuijiu tin- KuB&iftUB. uml ii 111,1 \ In- some time before tin- (lunl
result is known. X'here is nothing to clearly indicatfljlbo extent ■•!
tin- .Iji|i;iiii-m' l.ihM'rt, li ia siium-jsti'il from one BourrtS thnt tin* government is waiting to lo'iu* t'luin rear -i-liiiiriil Rojpstvpnsky l»y way
of Vlnd.voatouk before iinnoum-ino t<» wlmt extent it* hns Buffered.
The news of the disaster has mused deep depression in official
cireles in Russia, though it is nut yel known generally limopg the
Russian people. Rojestvensky's defeat bus given rise to renewed
talk (if |M-ai:e.    It is pointed out by   the Assoeialed Press, St.   IV-
tersburg oorrosHondent thut ftusaiu iu ibisoriaii will turn to France
through its foreign minister, M Delcassn, while t'n.in Washington
comes information ihat president Roosevelt in 'tivorclaiK-e with liis
promise, announced a lout; time ago, is taking steps 10 do tdl in bis
power to bring about peace negotiations- Nothing bus beep heard
frum udmiral Kojestvensky in Tokio. There is some belief that be
bas perished while another source source says that ho wus reBL-ued
by a torpedo boat, but that be was wounded.
Borodino, Dmitri Dnnskni, Admiral Cp
Naikhiiiii.il, \ ladiinir .Mi.iiuiii_tl.li, i.un-
ictiug, Atltniul Ousliakofi, one Converted cruiser anil two destro. in
woe sunk, Nicholas I., Orel, Admiral A'iraxiiit-, Admiral Senlavtn, aud
destroyer Bledovy were captured,
Accenting to prisoners tbe Usslia-
t.ia sunk aboui .'1 p. 111 , and ilu- Na-
varm was also sunk, both battleships
The lima/, on May 31 was observed
iu a slaking iiiii.liiit.n, Imt lu'i j 111.1 J
late is yet unknown,
SNAPS!    SNAPS'    SNAPS!
FOR 3ii DAVS
WALL PAPER at greatly reduced
prlCSS.      Must    huve   1 <i.iiu    fm   in "A
■took.   Now is ihi' time to have youi
looms papered CHEAP.   KOUR   i:\
PERT I'Al'l'.llllAM.l.l's lead)    tt
rush tlie work along.
lu-li ll   ll, SHORI A CO ,
House  Painters and Decora lain,
Armstrong Avenue.
St.    Peieislmrg, May 30.—(1:55 a.
111.)—After waiting vainly 11. da}*
and evening lor direct news from Uie,
scattered remnants ol Vice Admiral
Koji-stvi nsky's destroyed and beaten
fleet, Thu Russian admiralty at midnight no longer attempted to hold
out against overwhelming evidence
pouring in Irom all directions that tbe
lleet on which all tlw-ir hopes were
centered had suffered a greater disaster than did the combined French and
Spanish fleets at Trafalgar. More
hitter even than defeat is. the Japanese claim ol the virtual annihilation
of the Russian lleet wilb practicilly
no loss on their side, and many officers atill cling to to tbe belie! that
Vice Admiral Togo must have sufl-ar-
ed heavily, Wiih every Bbjp ol Hear
Admiral Net.o£atoff's reiulorcing division either sent to lbs bottom or
forced to strike its flag and o_dy *__-
of Kojestvensky'ys original flgbting
tight iti}; ships absent fr-mi tbe list of
vessels sunk or captured, and with
the Japanese pursuit sliil continuing,
no naval authority has the temerity
to diea 111 that Russia can a-fain attempt to wresl the master of tbe sea
from Japan In the present war. The
captured warships alone will furnish
the Japanese with ready-made rc-in- spatcbes up to this afternoon. There
inloiwmeiits winch will more than be P°rt 8ays that Admiral Roieutveiwhy
a match for the fourth Pacific squad- and another admiral and stall officers
ron now about to sail from Crop- wel'e taken prisoners on tbe sinking
stadl. "I   Rojestvensky's    flagship Saturday
The emiieror was completely pros- ni^ht south ol I'rleuug, oil the Kore-
tratod by the news and according to Sti coast. The total uiimhrr of vessel
reports he brake down and wept. The lo»t to lhe Russians, according lo
effect of llie disaster will be a U-rri- Admiral Togo, now readies i'i and lie
ble blow to the governuieivt. rhe fu- adda that although full particulars
nitty ol trying lo continue lightim; are not yet fully known, no Japanese
011 laud is everywhere riTogni/tsi and ships weie. seriously injured and the
ibe ity for "poaee at any cost,"  is loss to the fust division of Ihe Japa-
ol this faction are already proclaiming that the naval disaster ia no
wise alters the situation on land,
Lieutenant lieneral Linevitch having
prepared his plans as if the fleet did
not exist.
A large portion of tlie ollieers and
sailors of the fleet were residenls of
St. Petersburg and evidences of grief
are seen on every h| nd. Wives and
families are besiegip ■ the admiralty
and visiting the chili the? to pray (or
tbe escape oi their 1 ived ones. Many
of the people ol St.1 Petersburg refuse to credit the |fws from 1'okio
and are clinging 9 lhe belief '.hat
perhajis it is not otliWal- Peace dun-
on*.t rat ions are gvficially expected;
tbough ponding the decision of the
goversuieM with rejurd io the opening of< negotiations it is impossible
to predict what stand the antigovem-
uicat forces may take.
A WONDERFUL VICTORY.
Washington, May M.-The official
Japanese report on'the latest details
ol the great battle in the Korean
straits is made in a cablegram received tonight by the Japanese legation here Irom tlie foreign office at
conveying Admiral Togo's de-
Tokio,
MelNNKS IS APPOINTED,
Ottawa, May ii -\Y. \\. If. Mclll
lies, ex-M. P., antl now a British Columbia M- L, A., will tie lln- i.i'M
commissiouci of the Yukon. His appointment has been decided'upon and
may be officially announced today.
The order has to he sent to Toronto
lor the approval uf Earl Grey.
Fred CoHgdop, ex-coiiiniissioner of
the Yukon, left for Vancouver on his
way to Dawson on Saturday.
HILL A CD'S 111(1 SALK.
Hill A Co. announced by Immense
posters tliis week that they would inaugurate a big sale this morning, i-ml
aa a result the store was crowded be-
lore Iff o'clock. This firm has made
a sweeping reduction iu all lines and
in consequence the buying public are
rushing in to take advantage of tbe
bargains offered. The stock must be
reduced to raise money aud the company are offering unprecedented inducements, in the way of sacrifice
prices. It is evident that the people
appreciate a good thing and have little sympathy for any losses that may
be sustained by Hill A Co., as they
are filling the stoic to overflowing
and the goods are going over the
counters like the water of Mark tretjc
over Uie Marysville falls.
THE HOTTEST COON IN DIXIE.
What Frank Daniels and Francis
Wilson arc to recognized comic opel'a
so are Arnold and Bloudy to the uptime revelation "The Holiest Coon iu
Dixie." These col ui eil comedians are
uniquely original in method, possess-
ing the instinctive spirit of fun, antl
their every move and saying is provocative of unrestrained merriment.
Tbe prima donna of the organization,
Miss Mamie Hlanioii, has been truly
termed the Lillian Russell of the
colored stage, the possessor of a
voice whose every nolo is linked
sweetness. The other members of the
cast are exceptionally talented, while
the chorus rejoices iu a rich dusky
beauty of its own. "The Hottest
Coon in Dixie" plays here June !> and
1.0 at the Cranbrook opera house.
A SUCCESSFUL  CONCERT
A successful smoker, the second
to be
 f
will buy a House and Lot
in a mosl central location
Alio
Several   Houses
Apply to
to   kent
uus,' fit;,'t '.Vas nul oyer Hull'
"Fifth ri.ort Hum Togo received
afternoon „l May lit): Tliu main force
of our combine,! fleet, upon accepting
lhc siiirciuiir of llie rpl|iuli,|ng l(„s-
sluii imiiii force on lho ulleriioon of
May 28, us .le.ll)' reported, stopped
pursuit, ami while engaged In lhe disposition ol ihe surrendered ships found
In a southwesterly direction the Ad-
inilal Oushakult, a cast defence ship.
Thereupon the Iwale and Yakiuno
were iiuiunliulely
BEALE & ELWELL
i 1
/"Ian Wants But Little Here Below
in hu old saying but it ilosen't apply to Silverware, Cut
(iiaas or Jewelry .'special.-' for
Wedding Presents
II you hi.ven'l you should inspect our Stock,  It's Complete in nil linos.
Wm. F. Tate & Son, ^,Ti?ffifc
Official Watch Inspectors Crows Nest Puss Division, C. P. R.
This time, it is bclir\eil, the government eaniioi resist such a cry. Indeed tb<' radical liberals are openly
rojololng in tins hour f their country's humiliation. They declare Uial
ihe itiSiistei means peace and .: constitution, and that 'he deaths of
thousands of their fellow-countrymen
and the toss of over a bundled million
dollars worth of warships i.s not too
big a price lo pay. Friends ol peace
in   tbe   government   are already re-1
proachlng ilie war parly with forcing W1!re -'Dmcdiatel-. despatched iu pur*
tbe issue between Togo and Hojest- *-ult* lU,a tailed ••«> lo surrender, l:ut
v, nsky. s*lt' refused, and was sunk at 6 p. in.
When   the   flcel appeared   In   thalHer flWW ai um aot* mcn wcrc u'8-
straits of Malacca, tbey tried to pMfc|0UB#*
suade the emperor Ibat tb« time was' "Cruiser Dmitri Donskoi was also
opportune lor the opening of i>eace fo"itd ,n * northwesterly direction at
peace negotiations, but the war narty * P* '"• and Wa» immediately over-
convinced his majesty, and Hojeatven-' t*k*n axui flrod °n ^gorously by our
sky, for tbe honor of tbe navy, In- Io"rt*1 division and second destroyer
Hinted that the fleets should be given tlol"t"' *hc «*» attacked that t.lght
a chance to retrieve tbe disasters suf- b>' the se('°"d 'lestioyer flotilla und
fcled on laud. | th-ti next morning was fouud aground
Diplomats entertain no doubts that on tbc southeastern shoro of Urluung
llie season, was held under the aus-
pices uf ibe Cruimiook football association in Wentw.jitli hull ou Monday
evening last. A program ol o\..p-
tioiial merit was contributed by the
following arlisis: Martin Dick, li
James Bates, elocutionist; J. O'Nelt.
E. Turiibull, J. MacLiUeii, lenors; it.
Baldwin, Knglisli couccilino; Frank
Lewis, banjo; J. Hawkins, violin and
Cornell Mr. Mct'oWan, bagpipes; iias-
> Mi-Cowan, sword dance aud
Highland Fling; Chas. Smith
Hutchison, monologues, C. Wa
ton, aeiompaii.sl; A. M. Black,
man- Another concert will bu
about two weeks from date.
the  belligerent  faction  will uontiuue
islands off the Korean coast.
Your Money Back If j
You Are Not
Satisfied
This sentence has a world of meaning
when backed by a reliable house
It me.instii.it we handle the best goods that money can buy.
It means that nnr Men's W^ar must be perfect litters and good wearers.
It means that the b-j-it material and skilled workmen are employed.
It means LOW PRICES because in handling
good goods we do not have to charge extra to make
up lor losses.
It means that YOU ARE PROTECTED IN
EVERY WAY because you can get your money back
if you are not satislied.
It means that we have the confidence ol 75 per
cent, of the working men ol this district and we are after
the other 25.
£>
•H
shing-
•■liuit-
glvcn
th.
to urge lhat lhe war be (ought to,_w I 'Vn destroyer Sa-'-anaroi captured
bluer ehd but the friends ol Kwwia to""ll:<* *•■ wuUng of May 2!, In IPe
abroad, and .specially France, are «ouUi ol Urleung island, the
now bringing overwhelming arguments UussJaO deslioyer Hdedovy, wherein
to bear In favor of peace. j w«e 'ouial Admiral Kojestvensky and
The Associated Press has excellent Wotier admiral, both severely wound
reason lo believe that Um Russian «■, ***"»***« W'"1 8° Russians, includ-
government In this crisis will turn to '"** 8t«" o"*"5™ 't0™ lbe 1»ISsliip
M. Delcasse, the French foreign min- ««'»* Sonvarod, which was sunk at
Ister, 1» whose'ability and in whose »:»» P- m. May 27. All were taken
loyalty as Russia's friend the i.mper- prisoners.
or and his ministers ha»e. implicit "Our cruiser Chitose while cruising
confidence. Some time ago, it appear- to the northward on the morning ol
ed likely that President Roosevelt May 28, louud and sunk another Hue-
would play a big role in the peace ne- sian destroyer. Our cruiser Niyita-
gotiations but now his share Is apt ka, and destroyer Murakumo attacked
to be determined by M. Deacassc's de- also at noon on May 28 a Russian
cisiou, who may consider it wise to destroyer whieh finally went aground,
place the negotiations iu his hands.   I   According to various reports li th-
'I'he war party, however, will insist erto, received and statements ol uris-
now, as they did alicr tt. battle of oners the result of the battle   from
Mukden, that peace fs Impossible  un- May, 27- to 29 is as lollows:
der the heels ol defeat.  Tils members    AJjdsi   Souvaroli,     Alexandra III.,
A flUKAT IH.VINU TIME,
Heid St Co. are in 'bad shape
now, as their building is going
rapidly and the carpenters have ..
ed the part iu which tlie busines
now carried on. In eotisctiuti,,',;
Immense stock would have to be piled
into half the space, and ul course lius
would never do. That would mean
all kinds ol tumble and loss on the
goods. To avoid this llle company
cuucluded lo leduee tlie stock liy giving prices that wuuld attract the people and in tliis way reduce llie stock,
save ull the Uouble, give the carpenter, leeway and let lhe public have
tbe benefit. Thu sale opened this
morning and will coniinuo for thirty
days, and during this period Heid &
Co. propose to indulge in a grand level ot low prices lor lhe best class ol
goods.
-Mail Orders-
Send your mail orders to
The Big Drug and Book Store
IT WILL PAY YOU.
Wc have the goods; we have the prices, and we
will wait on you as promptly and as satisfactorily by mail as though you were
at our counter.
ffi
-Iin INK) LINIi-COMF, TO-
WH ERE IT PAYS TO HEAL
1 SPECIAL for CRANBROOK 1
1 VISITORS TO SPOKANE |
ss — a
VETERINARY DENTISTRY.
Some of the many symptoms of lud
teeth in a horse are slobbering, lo.ss
of flesh, weak eyes, and many other
symptoms. Stop and notice if your
horse bas any of these symptoms. If
so, call phone or write mc. I am
the only veterinary surgeon in Kast
Kootenay using the celebrated llati.s-
man A Duer improved mouth speou-
luni, electric Tights, sithocope and up
to date veterinary instruments.
I treat cattle and dogs also.
Dr. C. W. Cross, V. S.,
Phone 74 Cranbrook, B. C,
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By Tbe Herald Publishing Company
Limited.
The Herald
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cm unm-'l * a ba without
livuii_oiit-i,|.- ol lli."!i-iii' I
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Editor and Manager.
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TUK CURSE OF GOSSIP.
Thoughtless gossip has caused
told sorrow la ever]
ofliims it   is due  to
in.ile   Uuu   innate  m
pernicious habit, and
un
people.   Yiuli  has
example   ol   tlie
neighborly gossip,
World preaches a
K-rtu
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Kuitt Knot
Humid.
The Harold hnao HreU-lni
tu work Iiul ih.- Iiwt.   T
It want* i
.    Itwtfeuil't
ity and price, Ith-k, mi I -■"
Hume Cheap 4uh» how** In
a>i- t.|.eri.|H il rent 111 I riinltn*
job [datil   and
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1,000 a, Week
brooh H«r»ld   &   &   &
tit.ii lima i
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M'AVSI'AI'KR.
. uplc   have   the
PROVINCE O
A great lum
wrong idiii a. i" ib i lovlnce ol a
newspaper. 'Ilus t.u t 1ms licin lew
onstrat.,1 the past Iwo weeks by
some peuple ol ' fan loo.-.
the Herald editor, "Well, 1 see Urai.
is coming to Cranbrook with hi
per. Now, 1 suppose lliat both ol jou
will crack it to each oilier."    The Br
ed on the
,. lump-
nply
hi:
roneoiis idea is ba
tion that a newspaper is si
hide for the cdilo) to exprei
feelings of animosity, discontent
judicoa and putty spins Tbo p
or at, least many of tliulti, fall I
predate the fact thai a uuwspaper is
simply a legitimate business enter
prise, ami Is In the Held for businesi
the same as a grocery store, a hard
ware store, or any oilier commercial
proposition. Cranbrook is a held
for oue or more newspapers. The Herald has been published In Craubrook
since the Inception oi Uie town
the growth ol Cranbrook Mr.
came to llie conclusion that he could
do holler in this town than In Vol i
Stoele. It is simply a business proposition with him. Had it been a
question of sentiment he wuuld have
preferred, Ho doubt, to have remained
in lhe town he he has labored for
so many years. Ho is here after business and Will gt-'l business,   The Her-
Wlth
aid is here fur buslnci
11uut lo do business,
iwo object--, iii view,
business and t.i prom
u-.rc.sts of Cranbrook
As to the funnel obji
look uf ask for ait) a
prlcloc of its opposit
that it will have Lha
oration in working Io
ol Cranbrook. There
distasteful     lo    Hie
ihn.ii senseless, peurili
tweeu two i
lown. The people car
ing fur lhc personal
publisher ol a newspn
the neus, Ihey waul
they want a paper lln.
to the
llshed.
h and will con-
The Herald has
to Increase lis
ile lhc tie.ii ita—
.ml ibe district.
ei, it does nui
1 from the pro-
■.■ii, Lui trusts
paper's -.•o-op-
per
lilekc
in
■i .Hi
be
saiin
little ur i.oth-
aliairs fit    the
it.   They waul
a clean paper,
u will bo credit
immunity in which it is pub-
The Herald desires lo stale
right now, su us lu settle any mistaken Idea lhat nmj linger in lbe
minds ol any portion ol the people,
that it has no grievance against Mr.
.trace or Ilia paper, and what Is more,
the columns ol the Herald cannot he
oiumuiiity, nn.l
in careless natures
meanness,   it Is a
nd a curse to any
just bad a Pitiful
baneful effects uf
and the Vancouver
magnificent sermon
in tlie following article:
■ T ll. Atkinson, druggist, ol Ymir,
left the dock in the criminal court of
assize at Nelson yesterday without a
.stain on his char act ei Mr. Atkinson
was charged with burning down lus
own premises hut when the evidence
toi the prosecution was all In the-n
<cpressed Itsell satisfied that there
im need t.« heal tho defence and
ueeused was honorably acquitted
"Discharged, but to what? To lake
up .in.--.- ih.- threads of a life which
has heen mined and broken, to return
io a desolate home whieh will nevoi
again be entered by the *$irl who had
accompanied liim tu the little mining
lown and had shared his struggles
Ihere; lot she, crushed by the tumble
in which evil tongues had involved
tier husband, threw herself Into lhe
reservoir some weeks ago.
"Mr,   Atkinson   dues   Hot,   however,
iii .ill probability, owe the terrible
disasters whieh have overwhelmiud
him In falsehoods told with malice
afornihought. Those who sol the story alloat nud those whu repeated It
leh additions thai it grew inn.
usalion oi black crime were
d ii"l by a desire tu injure the
i and lit- family—some ut ihem
posslbl) ihe mini's friends am)
have sat ai his tabic—hul by the
of sensation, ihe delight ot lull-
i spicy Ini ol news, the morbid
un: in scandal, Mrs. Atkinson
hy lhe same gossip
husband's reputation,
«■ wlm, without sulll-
assistfd in defaming
i hy their conduct tu
ii guilty before he had
i show lhat he was in-
I'CSSOlll'H   to   lbe ' rime.
alu is upon them   i.n,I
lhe .small towns
week    by   .veek,
broken and lives spoilt I.y
d!y tongues."
  'cloud will ever hover over it.   Her iu-
patnter covers  up  the sius  nocenee cannot return any mote than
poor carpenter. the plucked Bowez can again grow lo
the stem
Ton many of our young people, like
Nan Patterson, whu had a good   home
Tins is the lime foi every resident
>[ Cranbrook to get  in und pull  tu-
%8k « , ^Sg
gcttur.
and it
natural
Craubrot
should
uowth.
,k is a glowing 'own  und good  parents have wandered
lie
•nenuiagetl  in Us
Tlu* Herald     ha
Uut the Corbln ro
built    and    that
L'toWS    Nest   line
I'hat lhe   Herald
always   Insisted
id would filially be
it would tap    the
at ui neai Yahk,
has been right    is
p.niil
below
t.in.ii tk>  the tact, that contract-
are nuw at work on the line tuid
right   ol   Wa)   ''as hevii cul     lu a
iwu and iluee quarters miles
Yahk lius road will mean a
deal tu it..- future uf Cranbrook,
is Ihal bu.
No'meclii
ilade ul Cran
In en  held lul
Ub
ictun
Inigg
Pie,
which sl
,n,i  .,11
deied
iw.hct
.i   Uios
mini.
llllll   (III.:
hm declared him gt
luiil a chniiei- tu she
noceiil), are uceessi
The hi .ml ni r.un
upon nil lheir kind i
ol Canada where,
hearts arc
idle buL de(
KDITOKIAL NOTBS.
The question ol circulation is ol*
ways an important one to the lilvcr-
Users. A paper with over limn circulation in a town like Cranhrook offers
a valuable medium to the advertiser
who pays his money for his advertisement the sal ne as be pays il out
for any goods that he may have. The
Herald has over llmu circulation, end
what is more il is not simply a sl
ment made to fool the advertising
public, but a statement that can be
substantiated by tbe advertiser going
over the subscription list or watching lbe counter .on the press while the
papers are being printed. To leach
the people iu the Cranbrook district
Hit advertiser can make no mistalu
iu using the columns of the Herald
It gives dollar fur dollar in value, because it has the circulation.
The Herald is still for Cranhrook.
The Greenwood Times has been en
iirged. U seems tu be a guod Uiiiij.
jr a newspaper io have iis editor a
neiiilier uf parliament.
The b
on
na
weather  h
is this di
triet in
il
pie
■sing grasp
once inoi
Look
at
youi
hack yari
.   If it
not  ele
au
you
are    nut
doing j ci
luty.
The Moyie Leader has been enlarged
and otherwise improved.   The Lea,ler
has passed through mall)' crucial per.
ids   and     lis   many friends will he
pleased lo hole these signs of iiicre.is-
pruspcrlty.     Editor Smyth   h,m
>d manfully by  Uie  lown of   Movie
mil it is evident thai
In* fact since tin re is
il the peopb
ry appreelal
hardly   n per**
u tines not r
I   makes   it   ,,
ilium lor thoR
a wllh the ]>
seel ion, und
ui m
ound   Mh\i
ad lbe Leader. This
valuable advertising
■ desiring to do bui-,1-
ople ol that pur I loans its columns have
very healthy apper
it    Ibat     the business mc
il   ul   the  district   have   li
ii-,*!  iliiii this is true,
it
e villi is
Rambling Reveries
l,v a UKHAMER.
She knelt alone, lhat little one,
An orphan child ul three,
And whispered lho prayer she learned
Heside her mother's knee,
No gentle baud upon her head
In suit caress was laid,
No sweet voice murmuring her name
She knelt alone and prayed.
The leal drops resting on her cheek
A talc ot sorrow told;
Fur ev.-ii site, thai angel child,
Had found the world was cold,
And murmured forth with liny hand
l.p-poiutiug lo the sliiis,
"tli'tl, take mt' iu my mamma, when
Pom little Lil) dies."
The angels, pausing, heard the prayei
And in lhe calm moonlight
li.ni down an-i breathed upon the child
Ami kissed het forehead white;
And bearing her with songs ol loi
Tbruilfilt  Un- blue depths ol even
Thev laid her In her mother's arm
Site woke th.it morn in Heaven.
The memory ol misspent yi
should not hang like a millstone about
your neck; su long as yuu have a desire fur better things, you still li.it
iu reserve, greater or less in prupnr
Uon to lhe earnestness of our aspirations, the very power you need in attaining what ymi seek. Thousands of
bad buvs have changed their course
radically and become good and useful
men. The ablest cardinal and statu
man of France in his day was Known
as the Incorrigible hoy Richelieu. -Ma-
zarin, when young, was a reckless
gambler, Dumas was a worthless
idle buy. St. Augustine was called a
reprobate when a boy. Wbiteticld,
the great preacher, was a thief when
young, and his mother k.'pt a public
house. President Thiers was ihe
worst pupil in school; he would strike
his teacher whtn angry, and no punishment ftWfll liim All al olice he
changed his course, and determined to
become pr si.Imt ol I'rai. ;-, although
he was very poor. Ureal uhu are
common men more fully developed and
ripened
K,;
■   ilrtioeeiil
from it
Mm ba
Prosp.
ol   Illi- lleial;!
used by any lndi\
grievance against th
Mr. Grace, and tics I
lo it over the should
editor,
Cranbrook is a free field, anil Mr.
Crate had a perfect right lo locale
here, as any business man whu Is
satisfied with Lhe field has a right
to do. The Herald bas worked several years to build up a business, and
it is a good business. It tins been
built up by giving the people value
received in the Way of an up-to-date
weekly paper and the best thai can
be produced in the way of job work.
The policy lhat has made the Herald
a success will be followed in the future the same as in the past. The
Herald has always believed in Cranbrook. It has backed that belief with
years of labor for the in teres is ol
the town and the people. Ii will continue to do what it can
line, and believes that M
join hands in the good w
the proper province ol
and ibat is the province
aid.
along lhat
. Grace will
irk. That is
i newspaper
Ol   the  iler-
W, ti. Mclmils has hern appointed
;overiior ol lite Vukun. This is one
if lhe blggesl official plums [u ibe
Dominion and the many friends of the
eliiijiii'iii genlIonian will rojoleo over
ins good fortune, Lie lias earned ibe
reward by his exeelleul work for the
Liberal patty, and by mving »uch
rewards does a party pay its iuM
debts.
There has not been anything done as
yet toward building a wagon road up
the St. Marys valley. The course
pursued by the government regarding
that section is driving good mining
nun out of this district. Only this
week a gentleman hy the name of Harris, who has been interested wiih
friends in that valley for several
years past said that he had heen
waiting with hope for a long time for
the men whu had been spending their
money in developing the resources of
that valley to receive some recognition in the way of public Improvements, but he has given up ami was
going to return to West Kootenay.
The St. Marys valley today is one of
most promising mineral regions in
the province, and yet it can make no
further progress until there are somi
AN OBJECT LESSON.
"All 1 ask,'1 said Nan Patter
the Tombs, "is tu go hack lu my
dear old father and mother, to lhc
dear old home, to forget, if 1 can, my
long suilering and be a little girl
again."
There was a lime when Nan Path
sun was an innocent, pure and happy
girl, lhe same as are scores who will
read Ibis article. .She was pretty
Her parents were justly proud uf tier
In early girlhood she appeared behind
ihe tootllgbls of the stage. Our-cad
ers are all familiar with what has
followed. Her picture has appeared
in all our metropolitan papers. Three
times has she heen tried for murder,
and still no jury can agree as lo her
guilt.
Heart!; uf strong men have turned
back to* lbe old home for refuge
limes like ihis. Tin- fundamental
sttucts ol human nature are so ittrong
unerring and universal lhat when wc
are led hy sin Into sorrow deep, we
turn in the gOQll old Iiuine.
Nan   Patterson is now fr
hack home.   Hut she never
hack iu the   uld   liotlio   tin
childhood   she  look  away
Neither will the uld home look na
ral to liei. for a heavy mortgage li
east ,i shadow on the dreary rqoii
pl.ii'.il there bj forgiving
parent* io protecl llteji child's neck
n, in Un* hangman's rope A deeper
shadow h.i-s tnllen upun the iinfuriti-
n,iti- girl lli.in upun her home, and
h: s iiilli ti upon lif  hy bui own sin,
II. t tiilhei, in lhc sunset uf life,
did imt forsake his girl iu her nour of
trouble. Ami Uu- invalid mother ilal-
I) sen i It. i messages of love and
cheer. These doling parents can never a.^aiu le as they were before her
sin b, nl iheir forms and whitened
their locks.
Too many uf uur mosl promising
children nllnrnl by ibe bright dowers, the butterflies, the rainbow, may
forget and wander iai' from Untie
Unl whin sin bruises their feet and
their limbs become weary and the
heart sore ihey will cry fot the good
old home once more.
Matured men and worn, n have a Utile stronger limbs and hardei hearts;
they can chase t-hc butterflies and the
rainbows a little further; and then
they, ton, like poor Nan Patterson,
must see the mocking folly oi it all
anil weary and heartsick long for the
old home and mother.
No penalty Is so sure as that Which
comes with the suicide or sin. You
may hold   lhe     beautiful flower yuu
far fiuni them lhat lhe journey back
io Innocent eltildhuod and peace is loo
far toi feet of clay. Let the young
learn an objcot lesson Iron the sorrows that have overtaken Nun Pal.
tersuii and that overtake all who
seek pleasure in paths of sin.
THE FAMILY QUESTION HOX.
Every mothei knows that hei tittle
sons and daughters must pass through :
veral yaers of questioning when it
ems as if their young minds wcic>
wondering about eu-n thing under ihe
above and beyond it in every direction. There are sure lu be times
when the questions becumc tiresuine.
There ale sure tu be times when lhc
questions are very hard and even impossible tu answer, but the mother
who longest holds sway over her
children is the one whu answers the
questions truthfully and tirelessly.
if muiht-1*. duuiii realize ioi a mu
meat bow strange all lhe world is to
the lit ile people they would not wonder at tho number and variety of ihe
questions.
Wluu any uf ihe wondering questions cau be answered by the child
himself, it set to work investigating
ihe subject, the kindest way ol answering is in encouraging him to 'ind
out.
There are scores of questions which
mothers cannot answer and they
should nol he ashamed io acknowl-
edgo ihal they do nol know what Ihe
answer should be. There arc scores of
questions which cannot be answered
until the children have grown to
greater comprehension. H will he
easy fur the mothers to have won
iheir children's confidence by answering, truthfully, hundreds of questions,
to tell the little people lhat they will
answer their questions some day,
when they are old enough to understand.
The mothers who willingly answer
the seemingly endless questions of the
baby minds are doing the greatest
possible service to their little people
riiey are encouraging them ta learn
They are leaching them the delight ol
knowing new things and are paving
the way to a fine education by aud by
The children who are constantly put
ofl or ignored cease to hope to find
out things and lose interest iu trying
to learn.
The older children of the family ate
apt to be very impatient with the little people for the endless questioning,
but they should be taught that Ihey
themselves have passed through the
days of perpetual wonder, and should
be asked to help the little minds
develop by answering* trustfully
many questions as they can.
SNAP SHOTS.
(Selected.)
The preachers are easy to entertain
at meal lime.
A conversational boy is slow lo
take a bint.
A large amount ol religion is required to control the circulation ol
one man's blood.
The man who can forget his birthday is still a kid.
The orator has his greatest rival in
the baby learning to talk.
What the devil wants above all
things is not to he forgotten.
No mind is su pure lhat it can dish
up evil and receive none of the coloring.
If doing good docs not do the doer
good tire stuff will rot on his hands.
Many men regard their pronounced
opinions as their settled convictions,
Men who are sure they are right are
the men nearly everybody considers
wrong.
When a. girl speaks ol her father ns
buss her parents should be particular
its to who she marries.
Tbe girl who titters in church is the
same girl who titters In the theater.
It is no fun to play with the world
unless one is ou top.
.Some people understand they arc
thinking when they arc simply fussing,
There is much in the art of tnter-
tiiiiiiug, and there is more in ihe an
of being eiileJTainrd.
Peuple win. do mn think well of
themselves have no right to complain
hey lind the dill of other people's
shoes on their garments.
COMMENTS.
lecture of Hev. F.
0 will speak at tho
n   Monday  evening,
KAVOHAHLI
Kef erring to the
W. Patterson, wh
llaplist church o
•luiie.lune ."iih:
Ktto Press, Winnipeg: "A unique
fiiiubinatii n uf wit and wisdom."
Calgary Albert an: "Last night at
the Lyric theater Uev. P. W. Patterson gave an interesting lecture entitled 'Self Made Cripples.' The audience followtd every word and by their
laughter showed that they thoroughly appreciated the humor of the lecturer. The lecture can be called without unduly praising it a very great
success."
#*»*»*»v^^«*%%«-«.-»-»^ •%•«.-%-»-»,-%^
♦ Fresh fruit, fresh \ j
\ vegetables,   choice
confectionery
Hazelwood Ice Cream j (^
REMODELING
SALE!
As we are greatly crowded while the building
operations are in progress, we offer commencing
THURSDAYJUNE 1
and Ending FRIDAY, JUNE 30th
our stock of new and seasonable goods at prices
that will .appeal to any person wishing to purchase
Dry Goods    Millinery   \
Carpets    Clothing
Gents' Furnishings
Boots and Shoes      j
A few of the prices we quote below : ;
prog ym
Cotton Dress Goods
tiii.jii.iuiis   In   plain  colors,
sti ipi-s anJ checks   in ull,,
shades, ul_ and 15 lu deur i»C
White mul colored Muslins in all
shades
H.-Kuiiir Sal. k.'.iim Sale
45c to 60c - 40: 18c to 20c - 15c
35c to 40c - 30c I2.',c to tic- 10c
25c to 30c - 20;
COSTUMES
35.00
for
24.00
28.00
tor
18.00
20.00
tor
13.00
18.00
lor
10.00
SKIRTS
5.00
tor
3.00
6.00
for
4.00
7.00
for
4.65
9.00
lot
6.00
10.00
lor
7.00
12.00
tor
7.75
15.00
lor
<>.75
:%
y
.TT
75c DRESS GOODS 25c
6 pieces all wool I Ires*
Goods, 42 inch .vide in
green, blue-and rose,
rej>. 60c to 75c, Sale.,25c
54 in, Tweed Dress tlooils
in all shades, re_. .35
to 1.75, to clear at !15c
*
Shirt Wai
Suits
Shirt Waist Suits in  wh(u|and
colored muslins, lustre, .cinvus
cloth and silk iJSS
^7.75
Regular
4.00
6.50
7.50
8.50
Sale keiul.r
3.00 1600
4.75 i_ieg
5.75 15.011 ■
6.25 18.00
m
,25
t.1.50
14.00
SILK   WAISTS
Ladies' 5ilk Waists, In
taffeta, peru de soir,
Inurellne antl china
silk: colors black, white
cardinal, nnvy, brown
res da, myrtle, fawn;
to clear at. .__.">% discount
0 last season's Silk Waists,
regular ,,.t)il and 5.50, for ,1.00
Millinery
33 1-3 pcr cent, discount oil all
ready-to-wear Hats
is only Hliitk Chilian Shapes
regular price 2.25 to 3,75,
to clear 1.50,
;{.•}:', disc, off
WHITGWEAR
Ladies mul Child-
rcn's Wliiiewear
in Gowns, Skirls
Drawers and Cur-
sel Covers al
1/3
off  rcgulur prices
6.50 lifMils IIS
* Un-
21 piiirs Mcn'i
erica 11 lio-t-. in
Iiul nml Congress,
regular SOU to6.60
to clear, 11,7 *»
24 pairs Men's Com
grew reg, .1 .SO tu
.S.lll), Sac \!,00
HAT SPECIALS
Men's Linen 75c to 1.00
for .7" ."ill
Men's Straw, 75c to..00
for .......IO.
g Am. Men's Crush and
hard Mats in all shades
regular from 75c to
4 00, while they Inst .'.Title
riEN's suns & pants
.Sfl tweed nnil Worsted Suits,
In 11.00 lur    iil.115
Ull I weed anil Worsted Stills, I.1.AII
In Ib.lH), fur , 7.7.".
Moil's PailtS Tn |,tllrs Mens tweed ,*
Sarnr I'niils, rc|. ,1.110 111,1.78 Inr. 1,115
25 p. C. iill all lln) s Suite
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SALE  TERMS:  SPOT CA$H
roads ami  trails built Into the   (lis-  have plucked hucli to the stem, hut it
trlct so that prospectors anil   mine
owners can gol iu with supplies
nets no liie there again.   Nan Pailt
son can return to ber old home nut a
>HUGH STEWART.*
PHONC NO. TS    SOMOTRONO »Vt.
REID & CO.
CRANBROOK, 3. C
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