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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
VOLUME s.
(IRANBROOK,   HltlTISlt   COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY,   .MM.   15,    100
Nl'.MItKlt   IS
Look for Proof,
Every genuine Fit-Reforui Suit
mul Overcoat beuis tlie l'it-
Reforni label,
Il is your guarantee of perfect
satisfaction- vour protection t^iinst
faulty fabrics and tailoring,
Always look for the Fit-Reform
label   in  every  garment   you  buy.
Make your Suit and Overcoat prove its
identity by sho4ving  tlie  Fit-Reform  label.
S&4.
Tha mdcnuu. id.-tt. Jr        ''■,'.,„ Look (or label will,
UM.   eve.   genuine £y|*     p,j.     '^. 1. li.i.lrtn.ik on,l pn.e
Fa-Reform garmrnl. Sm'- prt_D||lS_ a, filed by mtttffc
_<V''-.*rr:...\'..
I A'i£?sA'
"v-mU.>'''
The only lil-Helmm rlaiilit't here is al _
REID & COMPANY .  . CRANBROOK.
In
A CORRECTION
tast   paragraph oi " Ohsv:
ADDITIONAL   LOCAL.S
wl Moylo   l.i
Lacrosse to-morrow.
IM 1 iMathesou Is almost complete-
A,  V   Howm-ss visited Moylo   List   iv recovered from the Injuries he sus-
Moiiilay on business. tained recently   by lalllng trom    his
George Hoggarth wenl to Elko yes- kotsv.
terday. 1   A couple of bent cuhs, a black and
.las   Crawford   ol Michel   was    In « cinnamon, in charge or Indians, ex-
town Monday. l'"lli romMeriAle   curiosity on   tho
streets yesterday.      They were captured alioni  live miles out nf town
Uev. .1   P    Weslman, late   uf tbe
V,   J. Watson    waa here    Tuesday
Irom Fernie
lorla, (which is now in charge of Uev
over Sunday.
Fred Rohinsuu   has returned    from s   j   Thompson), preached his   lirst
ttit prairie country sermon to his new congregation last
Chas.   Armstrong    was   a    vtsitoi Sunday.     The Herald  welcomes Mr.
Irom Moyie Tuesday. Westman to onr midst and wishes fm
11 you are  thinking of  putting    in Mm an abundant success in the good
waterworks,a sink, bath, lavatory or work.
closet it will pay you to call and see     Sunday evening, while Mr. and Mrs.
our display ot plumbing fixtures and v     r,    Morris   were    entertaining
get prices. a tew friends, the lounge upon which
Patmore Bros u   .s   Baron was sitting was sudden-
S   J. Coo, C   1*.  K   storekeeper at ly noticed  lo he in Haines. With dilli-
Calgary, was here on business Satur- culty It was carried out of lhe house.
ajayt an.l    with the   exception ol a   table
U,    Johnston, ol   Marysville,   was cover being burned little lurthei dam-
here Saturday on his way to Spok* a"B° was done,
am> Our local  Item lasl  week referring
.4    Carey, ..I   Kasl,,,    government !» •'■ «• A*"™. "' the North Stai
timber Inspector, uas in town    tins l-»"'S"' company, beir_   translerrcd
week to I li,„ to look alia,  the new  plan-
ail imis   sliiliUv    vague      Mr
A big   stock   ol   cugageiiicnl    and . Ms ,. ,    .   ,o . ,„,    „„.
wedding   rings   always    land al J^^,., ,IKl,..., ;M... ,__„_,„
alc s' , i, .ai , in. i loi III, dislriel   1  41
It you want    to   u.-i shoes al hall _ian_nclrl, humeri) ol the St   Marys
l„,ce, shoes   that   mil weal  and  ol kimi  l.iimlsi  company, Is the   local
lute pattern, go lo "Scolty" all 4, ,„„,.,,,,,
thm's, a. Suites old stand    He   has  _ ^ ^ Cr„,llm,ok „
some great bargains. ,m,   , j,, p,u ,fl ,,..,.„,.,„,, ,„,,,,,
Constable MBitis, ol tins cily, and R|ri s|lii„ ,,,,.       ,0 ,.„„.„.,. ,„,„„! ,„
Chlel I'onstahl,' MeMullin, ol Kernie, ,hi, ,ow„   Tat|, ,j s;„,   _„„__„ and
vlailed K", i Steele yestenln) . ,)tj(.
V   H    .4,;„,'iv. ..1   ll.„vs,,|la    .,        , ;   ,is o|  |ai,rossc    M|,
Monday and  luesilay In   town trans  __ ( , m, fc ^  ,   im|, n||| ||(.
acting business .      .  ,    ,..j,,,,,,,.,,.    .,„,    ,.,,.,,,,„,.
Ileloro going lo llie Incross,   i aiel, mi,,,.,:,) mrn rail lu see II     The game
gel t.iia "I "ti,  Cranhrook pins    I'ate ..,,,:; d loi I The stores uill
.4 Son, Ji'tvilris and Dplliiiins
James k'liidla)   niniin el ul Uu S :      M     , ,..,,,,,    ...    v,im.nm.,,,    ,,,,„,.
I.,.,,, mine, anil llmrj  Uroiv, nl Kin, .,    m.,uIi>j „„.„,, „, , ,„,,,
hurley, are spending  uple ol ilnis «rllrrs   ol   llriiisb   Columbia      has
lit  ,1ns coil ..a,,-, al I'l'lltrl | ,, ,,   ,„   ,-■..,.   : -   „,.,.|.  ,-,,
lin.l I eah) s nt-,,   i,-i.l,in,- ,. com ,,, fl Iii   re-inin ulioli-  l. un
l.l.-i.-.l, and   Hud ,„,,-nl. ,,.-.,,in. I..- Hn  Honda)   rv.nlna   •:„   iin   lui .,.!,-
,ii,-,i,|.. io a   hoiiai ua,,..mi; on    il., luni.fl   mil  m  lull Im al .1. n-
i i u|d    Irish   plan   In    the   neat stratnl   lhe  ,  ,   of  lhe nm,,.
luttu, 'a ,   a, Ih ■    place Iol   in    i.m
n,   .,,     II       t   I'   I ■ ' Iai III I""'"        '"",     l""1    '         i":i-
1,11   | .,,,   | i,    Hedn,   l.„. -,"'11" '    ""     •''•
 I  mil Halt the I'olllalul  lam    a »"* v "- :l<" »»"      '"« »'»)   »'"
loic thell return handled  llieiiiselves ivaa admir
able, aial „ais,   ha,.-   veri lavorablt
'I' impiesstd the insurance inan!
I iu i  wei k   \l   \\   c.i.lli-, oasis tan l
grand chief, li   ui |,   _ , wnh head-
I'M-lan.l,   Ohio,  visited
lization and gave   the
valuable pointers   lu
rations by the Old Man " there occurs .ni error, a " wireless " being
substituted lot the propel line I
reading,     Here   Is 'he [tern as    It
should be —
Hillings saw his Illi I street eat In
four yeais when lie leached Nelson,
and lor live minute*, be was speech1
less, but recovered in time to save
himsell fiom stepping oil the bout
into the lake «is he passed ovei the
Liage plank
Mis C M Edwards is spending a
couple ol weeks In Colgor)
Remember tlu- tuntbail smokei un
Friday, June 23rd. A hue lime is
in stole.
l.d. Congdon, ol Calgary, is the
new cutter at Harris Bros.' meat
market.
The Dime Nous club holds its regular dance to-morrow (FridayJ evening.
!■' l.eelere and F. Angels, til Marysville, took m ihe city's sights a
couple of days this week.
The Cranbrook public schools will
give what promises to he a most enjoyable concert in the Wentworth
hall on Friday evening, June 23rd.
Everybody and his best girl are
Invited to the dance at the Royal
hotel, Fort Steele Junction, next
Wednesday evening. Good music
and a guud time are promised.
Rube Ferry, who has been employed with the Electric Light company
as electrician foi the past year ur so,
left lasl week ioi lus home in Nova
Scotia.
At the hall yearly meeting of the
Hoard ot License Commissioners held
this morning, all the applications foi
Crarfbtuok District, as published iti
the Herald recently, were granted,
with three exceptions—J. M. Carroll, tt S. Kins', th, Kimberley ; T.
Cavui,  (renewal),  Yahk.
The following Masons from Cranbrook attended a special meeting oi
the Rocky mountain chapter ol
Royal Arch Masons, at Fort Steele
..ti Tuesday niQht :—J. A Harvey,
W F Tate, F Parks, t). Munroe,
I) MeKillop, .1. F Armstrong, A
Erickson, A ll Grace, K Small and
A   Jenson.     Thej    report an excel-
mar-
William Green,
lent time
" Hutch " is
les  thai—and   ill
sider   him   one
they   liovc    me
rustler—no one den-
Marconi people con
,1 the best rustlers
in   their   extensive
travels.    Accordingly   be has recelv-
.d the agency irom Munroe A Munioi
not only for Fast Kootenay, as
at lirst planned, but also West Koot-
nay and the Boundary country. This
looks got>d, and it is good.
The pool and billiard room) re-
cently opened by .Mighion A Kelsall
ai the rear ol their tobacco store are
a credit io the towu. The equipment
is new and complete in every respect, with pool, billiard and combination tables, and lovers ol these
scientific pastimes appreciate the fact,
as evidenced bj the liberal patronage
accorded the place.
When ti. T. Rogers received his
shipment ol strawberries from Wlgen
.it Creston yesterday, he presented
lho Herald stall with a few sample
boxes, and the way said staff went
.iftcr those lug, ripe, luscious red
polka dots ol the plant of the genus
.ragai
a '  wasn't .slow "—to use the
aspress
• ■ii oi  the senior office devil,
He hat
e   seen atid     eaten   the    best
siiau-h
•fries grown on the American
mania,
it,   bui have novel  been    up
?CrSs
anything that surpasses   the
donation
Willi mniiiilnln
,',,-,  Inl
the pnsl   ,4
weeks, 1. able 1
. be ai..
nd again ..'..1
expects tu be 1,
ck ,.. »
„l, ,„ „ v..i'l.
41    I'llllllps,   ,
f    tail,,,.
nth, wns    in
low,, Mon,la) lo meet the remains of
las daughter The unfortuuntu young
lady was knocked down b) a street
ear In Vancouver, and siiflcrcl Injur-
,»s   ,■ i„ • llieli she subsequently illeil.
I im, it, a. ttlllces, second floor Walts
t,i.a.'k to, rent, Apply to Mighton*
Kelsall. "-"
.4. I.. MoUcrtntit, the wholesale li,|-
utir merchant, made Ins regular
monthly trip to Moyie on Saliinly.
lie florins us that ilk- people ol that
town uie making clatjimaic preparations Io, u grand celebration on the
1st ol Jul)', and expect a large con-
linsent Irom Cranbrook.
In the Methodist church, ,„'\i Sunday evening, the newly appointed
pastor, Rev. J. P. IV'estman, will
take lor his subject, " The influence
of a man's thoughts upon himself
and tbe community."
a.ii;, rs
uu'lulic
lolestlal hi
tus ..I late,
.,,   I.fills   ■
lasl
■ak
he van. Ml Cadlc Is an exceeding-
ly pleasant gentleman to meel and
made a „i„s, favorable Impression
among the members of-,he order in
Cranbrook. The licruld editor uus
surprised to find that Mr. Cadle was
born within five miles from where lie
had lift',, raised and as soon as lbe
discovery was made there ensued a
great swapping of talcs about lhe
old home. Mr. Cadle's duties carry
hi,,, all ovei Canada, lbe United
States and Mexico and he is at home
only two or three weeks a year.
lir. Hell ran a nail in Iiii, foot the
other day just as lie was leaving on
a trip lo I'orl lllll. in- got as lar
as Creston, when the foot pained so
badly that he was. compelled to give
up his trip and conic back to Cranbiook and good care. The injured
member is about better now.
,,l \ PRACTICE 1'OH
CHINAMEN
a „f (I,,nan,en. evidently dc
I acquiring the same pro-
i the use ol modern iinple
warfare thai has made, tlieir
lies, the Japs, so fan,
t.ii.lut'1,',1 a rifle practice
eel the latter pari of
They had a large target
t'M'etf.l. Imt although several rounds
„<■!'■ (ired u escaped without a
scratch However, the bullets lound
a ludglug ,n lhe walls ol ihe 0. P.
li. Irelghl slnil close by. Thinking
the " yellow peril " was at hand,
Constable Baron apprehended these
tut, ambitious sons of tho almond-
eyed race, and on Monday Magistrate
An,i.sliong requested then, to donate
tfi.Oll each to the provincial coders,
which ihey promptly did.
WEDDING BELLS
STAPI.ES-QREEN.
The Herald is Indebted 'o ibe Sim-
watei l»a,ly Qaiette, ol June 9th,
foi ',,,- lollowlng Mtitijiiet.' account al
the marriage of a populai Cranbrooti
couple —
A wedding of gieat Interest to a
large circle ol Irit'iids In Stillwatcl
and elsewhere was lhat lust night at'
li o'clock at the home of Mt and
Mrs Otli Staphs. 3ia W,". Elm
street, when their daughlei, Lillian!
Barbara Staples, was united
,,,, a with Dl   Krar,
■I i ranh k, H   ,'
The Staples ho,in- i,„s a veritable
bowel .,1 beauty, the floral decora*
tions, artistically arranged by I. I..
May, ol St. Paul, being of surpassing
illness. Tbe colot scheme was
green anil while .md was utilized
throughout the entire residence
Hoses, sweet peas, snowballs, bridal
'vonth, m,ii!n4. and lerns, In prolu-
,,,,„ wi-u- ,.is,ofi,Hy placed through.
an the roomy apartments, ou the
walls over the witidoivshades, encircl-
thc i ha,al,'lies, suspended from
ibe arches,   entwining tbo   balusters
a,,.l ill lases sel In quiet ItttoLs.     i'.s-
prcially  was the drawing  lot,in lieau-
uiiJ by the floral decorations. Here,
at   lhe west si,le of  ,1,,- room, al  0110
al ilia large window's was the marriage bower. The background of this
beauty s|„,t was ,.,i green and white.
The altar rail wns a mass of green
besprinkled Willi white, while overhead was an arch of roses and solllll-
crn smilax and suspended from this
arch was a unique floral wcdlHllg hell.
Receiving iu ih,. drawing room were
Mr. „,,,! Mis. mis Sluplts, Mr. and
Mis. George A. I.aininers, C. II.
Staples, Mrs lietliii.lt- Proctor and
lhc Misses Proctor. Ryder's mandolin orchestra of Si. Paul, located in
an alcove at the second landing ol
the stairway, discoursed sweet musl
throughout  the evening.
It was only a few moments past
.ix ween the strains of ihe Mendelssohn wedding march announced the
approach of ihe bridal patty, First
came lhe    li.v.   Francis   l'.   Power,
dot ..,' Ascension church, accompanied by ihe Rev. Samuel J. Kennedy, pasior oi the First Presbyter-
church , Immediately following
, I,,:le George Bancroft, as
acolyte , the groom, accompanied by
his brother, A. R. lire,-,,, and llien
Miss Stella Nelson, as maul of
honor, attractive!) gowned in I'rin-
i lace, and last, leaning on lhe
i „f h.i (.ither, ibe bride, gowned in
an exquisite Imported creation, wear-
n; a bridal veil and cai lying a sliow-
■r bouquet of lilies ol the valley.
Hearing lhe while ribbons that mark-
d the course of the bridal party were
Chester and Elmore Staples, brothers of the bride.
At lhc allar, while the plaintive
strains of the Evening Star song Irom
Tannliauser were solily rendered by
the orchestra, the beautilul and Impressive ritualistic service of the
Episcopal   church   was   read,    both
crgiincn  participating.
Alter the ceremony Mr. and Mrs.
tlreon received the guests of the evening in the drawing room and all ollcr-
cd hearty congratulations and best
wishes for tbe luturc happiness of the
newly wedded couple.
During the evening delicious punch
was served in a recess off the down
stairs corridor, and Ramaley, the St.
Paul caterer, served dainiy and delicious refreshments.
Many telegrams Irom out of totvu
friends were received liy Mr. and
Airs, Green, a number causing much
amusement.
Mr. and Mrs. Creel, lefl last night
(or Hand, Northwest Territory, and
will be at homo allei September I
at Cninlirook, H. C.
The out of town gucsls were : Miss
Helen Cooper, Mr. Finch, Mt. and
Mrs. Edward S. Sbeobnn, Miss Maud
Maoartney, ol SI Paul , Mr a. r.
Green, Vancouver, B. c, Mr. John
Prootor, Mini,,.polls , m,ss olive
Allelic Kvers, Stanley llill, and Bayard Staples, Bayard, II   C,
MINERAL ACT.
tForm F.)
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVE-
.41K NTS
NOTICE,
MAMMOTH  MINERAL  CLAIM
Situate  in   the  Furt .Steele  Mining
Division ol the   East Kootenay Dull nt.
Located on LuJte I'leek
Take   notice   that  I,   lltos   T   McVittie, F   M   C. Bi37Hl, agent loi J.
T.  Laidlaw.    F.    M     C     No   Td-154,
Jas   Augua,    F.    M   C. 135111;    Win.
Tarrant, F M .'. 1.1083. and Jas a
Harvey, P. M. c. 43,986, Intend sixty
days iron, (be dale hereof to apply io
the .41ii,ing Recorder lot a Certltlcate
..I lmpro4*ctnonts for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claim, and lurthei take notice ihat
action undci Section 37 must be commenced belorc llle issuance oi such
cellilieate.
Dated this 3th day of May, lIMIti
7-3t Thos. T. McVittie,
Agent.
LAND PURCHASE.
Take notice that two mouths alter
dale we intend making application to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands ami
Works for permission lo purohase the
following described land in South
East   Kootenay  District:
Commencing at the northwest corner of Lot 5213, G. 1, K. li, running
thence 81) chains west, thence 111
chains north, llience HU chains east,
thenco u, chains south to the point
of commencement.
The W'allshuig Lumber Co.,  Ltd.,
9-Ul A.  E. Watts, Ageut.
Wattsburg, May a, tao_.
NOTICE.
Notice is helcby given that till lav,
alter date I will apply to the Chief
Commissioner „t Lands aud Works for
permission to purchase the (ollovlng
described laud in South East Kuo'.c-
uay:
Commencing at a post planted
where the east boundary ol Lot illi
crosses the southern boundary ol the
Crows Nest Pass railway, llicnje
south 111 chains, more or less, to ihe
Moyie river; thence northerly alo tg
the Movie river to the right ol way
of the said railway; thence along the
said righl ot tvay In a northwesterly
direction to the place of commencement.
18th April,  1SUI5.
5-9t Thos. Cave:,,
II. II. MoVlttlc, Agent.
1 SPECIAL for CRANBROOK 1
I VISITORS TO SPOKANE I
WRECK NEAR COWLEY.
A bad wreck oceurred on the Crow
Tuesday,about a mile West of the
Mlddlefork tank, when No. 501, in
charge of conductor Richardson and
Engineer Cameron, went wrong
through the medium of a loose wheel,
causing two cars of coal lo take to
the woods and derailing several other
cars. The track was badly torn up,
ami ol though a wrecking crew from
MacLeod was brought lo tbe scene as
soon iis possible, the accident delayed
passenger No. 3 over l'i hours, and
lucal No. .S3 several hours. None of
the crew were injured, we are glad
to say.
A DUAL AFFLICTION
Nelson Tribune : The sad news was
received by .1. .1. Kelly, engineer (or
ihe Marconi company, that his mother died on Monday. Following this
his chum, .1. II. Hillary, engineer lor
Marconi, received a telegram informing him that bis mother died two
hours after Mrs. Kelly. All who
have met the hoys during their visit
to Nelson, and have noted lheir gentlemanly and courteous demeanor,
will wish to extend to them an expression ol profound sympathy in
their irreparable loss.
ONLY FOUR NOW IN HOSPITAL.
Of the eleven men who were victims
of the frightful catastrophe at the
C. P. R. station on May 23rd, all
but five are out and around. One,
the unfortunate William Small, lies
beneath the cold sod , four are still
In lhe hospital. They are .1. Caldwell, R. Hayne, 0. Williams and E.
I). Dowllng. Dr. King Informed us
to-day that iln-se men are all doing
splendidly, and that It will not be
long before they will be well enough
to be discharged from the hospital,
LAND NOTICE.
Take notice thai sixty days after
date I Intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works
permission to purchase lhe following
described land:
beginning at tht northeast corner
ol Lot 1203, 0. 1, Kootenay distnet,
thence north 20 chains; thence west
80 chains; thence south 20 chains,
thence east 80 chains to place of beginning, containing 160 acres.
Dated May Hth, 1905.
8-9t J. E. H. Laidlaw.
DISSOLUTION.
Notice is hereby given that we, the
undersigned, have dissolved the partnership heretofore carried on by i.s in
Cranbrook as brickmakers and nrlck-
layers under the firm name and rftyle
of Tavlor and Davis, as and from the
20th day of May, A. D. 1JI06.
All accounts due the flrui shall be
payable to J. E. Davis,
Dated at Cranbrook the 20th day of
May, 1905. 10-3t
0. R. C.   Taylor,
J. E. Davis.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Take notice that all creditors of
the estate of the late Leroy Sage of
Cranbiook, are required on oi before
the 20th day of June, 1905, lo feud
to the undersigned a statement of
tlieir account eoutaiuiug full particulars, verified hy affidavit, and "laturi
of security, if any, held by  them.
And lake notice that after the said
28th dayof June, 1905, the executors
shall proceed to distribute the estate, hav in-', regard only to the
claims of which they then have lolice
and shall not be liable for the estate
or any part thereof to any person of
whose claim they shall not have notice before the time of distribution.
Dated at Cranbrook this 25th day
of May,   1905.
Harvey -4 McCarter,
of Cranbiook,
Mt Solicltois lor Executor
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby Riven that two
months after the lirst publication ot
this notice I intend to apply to the
Commissioner of Lauds aiid Works
for permission to purchase the lollow
mg described land:
Commencing at a post planted at
ihe southeast corner of John Mott's
purchase, Lot 7008, near Elko, B. '..,
thence north 40 chains, thence east 80
chains, thenee south -10 chains, thenco
west along the north line ol Lot ?_7
and Lot 3054 and railway to point of
commencement.
Dated April 18, 1B05.
4-9t Regina Mott.
» Che =
(3ram> * Bote I
CUk. HOWARD AM) MAIN
Mu- tir.iiui i<t tu be headquarter j tor all tt C,
people vUltlug Spokane. All B. C. papers on
file. Newly uml complete!) refurnished and
refitted. Every modem convenience, liurup-
cuii plan. 50c to $j.im) per day. Free bin to
and frum all station.-.
i
n
n
n
E. E. PHAIR, Proprietor   i
Late of Hotel Phair, Nelson, B. C. gg
■*_ffl_SHSSHiSM
When you visit Cranbrook stop at the
I
,-m yv iicii you visit cruiiuniuix sio.  at nie _
1 ROYAL HOTEL 1
None Better tn the District
9
Ifp Kate.4 $1 and up.   .Short Orders and Oysters
served In any style from 8 p. m. to 0 a. m.
I
The table is the best, the rooms are unsurpassed for clean _-
*& lines* and comfort an J the barjs supplied with tlu' :v*t ban J 1$
•» of liquors and cigars. A
^ L. B. VANDEcAR. Prop.        4!
HBBBSBBf fflMMffiSSSEE-iSMiSSSi
CHURCH DIRECTORY
Cranbrook Presbyterian Church.
Sabbalh 9«rvtr .:., ,.11 a, m ami 7 30 jj m.
Suii'l'ty School nml Biljli'.luui* . ..  ..Up. ai.
I hrislittli fcaiili'iiviir, Tutwduy...  ..ti v. in.
The public am cordially luvitwl to utt'-nd
nil tht- uieetintfB,
Pastor, >\  U W Fortune a *
Cranbrouk Methodist Church.
Corner uf Hansun Avenue ami Louis Street
Sunday Sorvlees;
Uiviiit- Worship 111. h,
Ruitdny School a r. m.
Divine Worship 7:.'i0 e. «.
Tuewhiyi    Bpworth   League  <>f  Christian
fclmk'uver 8 P. w
Thursday; Weekly Prayer SjMtiD|j....a p. u,
A cordial inviii_tii.il in extt*udt..J to the
Publlu
J   1J. Westman, Pas'.or
Craubrook Baptist Cbun.h.
Tbit folio wing Is a list til tbe wrWcM held
in the Baptist ('huri-)i:
Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:80 p m.
Sunday School *i p. u-
Youug Peoples 8 p. in. ru«n<lu.\
Prayer Meeting 1 p. ia. Wednesday
Tlia pnblle are cordially larlted to attend
11M in.i'iiiigi.
I'.iBtor. J. L. Sloat.
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Special cuurslitn rate, to World's Fair, St.
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TISDALE !
Headquarters for choice
con.eetior.1... and fruit. We
are the agents here for the famous G. B, Chocolates so
well known bv all lovers of
good sweets Shipments
made so as to have nothing
but fresh stock.
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: and Door Factory
All kinds of finish work in
way of doors, windows, transoms, etc. Kiln dried lumber
fur inside work. Our work is
guaranteed Hnd our priors are
satisfactory,    Screen    doors
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Tor Sale
Fur rail's, folders and full Information
regarding tripB, oa 11 on or id Irees
H. «. VERKES, H. UVNDT
ii. W, I\ \. C. I*. 4 T. A
Seattle 701 \V, Riverside Ave
Wii-di. Sjiokaue. Wash.
LAND NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that, 60 days
Irom date, I will apply to the Hon
orable the Chief Commissioner ol
Lands aud Works lor permission to
purchase about 80 acres of land commencing at thu northeast corner of lot
2044, group one, Kootenay division,
thcuce north 20 chains, thence west
40 chains, thence south 20 chains,
thence east to poiut ol commencement.
0-9t Clyde V. Downing.
i   Dated this 25th d»7 ol May, 1905.
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   All kinds
uf repairing,   (live mc a call.
H**iM"r*i*"l**'•*.**!"'
Cranbrook   Foundry and
fMachine  Shop
McKlnnon & Johnston
Proprietors
Wu are prepar.d to
dc, all kinds of repair work beav. and
light, in ,k,- castings,
turn ahafts. etc.
Scientific    Horseshoeing
Specially
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THE
STRATHC0NA
Formerly Hotel I'tinlr
NELSON.  B. C.
B. T0HPKIN5, Manager.
This holel is one of the best in
British Columbia and up-to-date
in every respect. Well lighted
sample rooms.
Subscribe for
The Herald
AND GET WISED UP TnE   0BA2TOBOOK   HEBALD
DRAYING
We have been In lhe l.a-,i„- i",
several years and oui bu.i  u in-
creasliiB,   That shows WBOIVB stT-
ISl'tCTIiiN.   We ' ia- -a lhe best
equipments in B. C. snd we attend
strictly to business.
ABOl'T THAT I'lANU
When you wanl ii ni
We make u .t speeia
piano move,  ami
without risk,
lure.
Perry & Fitzgerald
Cranbrook Cartage
and Transfer Co.
Office opposite C P. R. 'PHONfl tn
and hnve a
do tli" wmk
.i-.. household funii-
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I Printing in this office.    That is the best. |
iHHMM*H»MMHfl».*nSH^
1 frob printing ie an l&vtsss
S>uopsls nl Refutation! [or ilispusal ol Minerals .hi Dominion Lands la Muniiutm,
ths Northwest rerrilorles nod ibe Yukon
Territory.
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RAILWAY NEWS.
Mrs. II. .'.ricksoii and her il.n,g„'.t',
Vera and Florence return*.! horno "
Monday, l,»,l.i,,i; beticiittcd   i.y    thel
two   „ His   wiling.  .Mr.   Erlclo.
went in   MacLeod ami   aceontpaiil,,
Ihein li..,„ ilifif io Cranbrook.
A. W. McVittie
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Dominion and Provincial   Land  Surveyor.
H. H. McVittie
General Ajieiit
TIMBER.  MINES  and
LANDS
CRANBROOK,   B.   C.
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Drink Home Beet
It is Pure
It is Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
J. M. DERR,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
Repairing Promptly Done.
Footwear In Measure a Specialty
Cranbrook
Livery  S
GEARY & DOYLE
Proprietors
Teams mul drivers Furnished tor anj
point in the district,
A. UOYI.i:, Manager.
Second
Hand  Store
We carry a complete
stock    ol    household
goods, and have a lot
of  SNAPS
Shoes at your own price
Jas. McArthur
Sages Old Stand
Mis K. U. I'lmillciuli and lit
daughter, wlm have been absent ou
an eight weeks1 visit to Winnipeg and
I'Ltn-i points in Manitoba, returned to
town ilns •Awk.
Mra J. Katiii*. UU ou Frhlaj loi a
holiday visit to Winnipeg.
Thos, lliiihi'it has been transferred
from ihe mechanical department at
Uut Portage to (.'ranlirook.
.Mrs. (i. M, Harm*}* visited Mr. and
Mrs. Cameron at Creston last  ivcok.
Conductor Sam Hayes lius returned
to Medicine Hat, after spending a taw
weeks iu town.
Conductor I). MeKillop is up from
tlu* Hat on a short visit.
Engineer J. Griffin, who lias been
in Medlotne Hut the past few months,
has returned io this division.
It. McLean, carpenter, engaged on
the new station building, stepped on
a nail, receiving au ugly wound, which
will confine him io the house for a
couple of weeks.
Mrs. .1. Wardniuu is visiting in
Pernio for a few days.
LACROSSE,
FOUR MONTHS AT NKI.SOS.
Frederick Deck wns condia-ted to
Nelson on Monday liy Cons-table Morris to tin* government house ul solitude and isolatiou, where tie will have
ample time to ponder ou llie manly,
upright, .strenuous life, and to Iel
his mind form good resolutions to
guide his future behavior, Frederick
was foolish enough lo steal a eoat
from W, 1). Hill's residence last week,
was promptly loeked up by R S
Baron, and after a short trial sentenced to spend loui mouths in the
Nelson " gaol by Magistrate Arm*:
strong.
\     vi \ nil    Willi    I'KIIMK   TO
MORROW-l l ' H ItKAltt   KOR
1 i  \t,l I    SEASON.
CunsHii'ialde ,o llvlt)   is being   dls
played al  pri-m-nl  in laerusse eireloa,
.iii.I ii  t-. u safe bet  lhat  Ihere   v\iil
l.e some   vU'Vei and   exi iting cxhibl
us ni thu national game In Cinn-
brotik tin- stMsmi
Ti. morrow   (!'ii,l..v) .ii one o'clock
Fernie .ml Cranl « win* logelhci
• ui ib.- loeul grmiirds, and Hu- game
promisiii in In- ti guud one, and it
will li. worth vour while in be pre-
sent. Two ni the strung men,
Carruthers and Clj-do Manuahan, ate
nut uu an east run, bui ever) effort
us being made to gel litem in lor ihe
match.
Following is iht list nt players
slated so iuv wiih lite I'laiiht'tiok
club;—I'. Mann.ihaii, (goal), J. Hathie,
J. Staples, Bert Black, i\ Graham,
11. Porter, R. McArthur, It. Tate, C,
Pation, C, Fulljamcs, P. Carruthers,
II. Clothier, \\. Millar, .1. Have*., J
Wilson, The firsl twelve named will
bo the line-up to-morrow providing
Uuv are all available.
A letter was received from Letle
bridge this week, rcnuesling a name.
but ibis will he postponed until after
the lirsi ol ih.- im.mli, as a return
game will he played ai Pernio in a
week or so.
On .lul) Im ilir Crnnbrooks will
contest in the tournament to be played at the Nelson celebration, between Rossland, Fernie, Cranhrook
and Nelson,
Attei the lirst ihe loe.il aggregation will take on Lethbridge and
Medicine Hal, in exhibition games,
ami expect lo he in the pink of condition by ilie 20th, when the league
season opens
NOTICK.
,*i* is hereby given that after '.Iti
days, l intend to apply to the Chlel
Commissioner of Lands and Works id
British Columbia, and to the Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works
..1 Kast Kuoteiiuy District ui British
Columbia, Ior licenses tn prospect lor
mul mul petroleum on tho following
described group oi claims, situated In
the souiht'usi portion ol Kast Kouti-
naj hi. uu t, li l' , and aboui _!K
miles .south id ('tows Nest, lying
uii.i contingent to the survey
hue between blocks 45811 and 4583.
This group consists nf Hi claims -1
aiiles square, ami the west line of ibe
group is coincident wiih the survey
line between 27 and 31-mile post, end
lying
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u |..i m.tliiitfiie. N'l
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! SOCIETY AND 1
PROFESSIONAL CARDS 1
Crescent Lodge No. 'io
KNIGHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, li. C.
| Meets9u'l nud 4th Tin*.in.,  ut b (>. m.
. K. hall.
.1. A.
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rdtlUM Un-llir. li 1*0 rd lull J invih-il tn tit lend
MR. VAN DECAR IMPROVING.
L. B. Van Ueear, who has been in
ill health for some lime past, underwent a critical operation at the hospital last Saturday evening, and although it has reduced him considerably, his many friends will be glad
to learn that he is now progressing
very favorably, and il is expected
thai he will be able to be out and
around in abuut a week's time, l>r
King i.s iu attendance.
BRICK PLANT FOR SALE.
Ope wire-cut brick making machine
50,OUt)     capacity, one 45-borse-power
upright engine.   For terms apply    ti»
W. K. Qura, Cranbrook, B. C.      11-2
Don't Pay Rent
Build a House
But lii'fur,' doing so Bee James
Greer, tho contrautor, I II- will
be able tu blep you with suggestions that will prove valuable,
James Qreer
Contractor nnd liuililer
Dezall Brothers
I
Blacksmiths I
Horse Shoeing
Carriage Repairing and
General Jobbing....
Outside Orders Promptly
Attended lo.
Livery Barn Under
New Management
We ilesire to announce to the
public that we have purchased the
McKinstre. livery barn withhorses
antl ritfs, mul will have charge ot
the suine in the future. It will be
our aim to give the people „f tlie
district the very besl in this line at
reasonable |iri,,'R. We want ymir
patronage and we propose t„ merit
it by the Im'sI ,,I service,
DEZALL BROS.
OBAKBEOOK
TO THK PUBLIC.
1 will only make photographs at the
present prices until July 1st. II
prices cut any figure remember ihey
will only remain as they are until
above date.
E. F. Tucker, Photographer,
Opposite Canadian Hotel,
11-at Cranbrook.
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UraiibrOok
and
Fernie
PROMOTION   EXAMINATIONS
(This list was received tod late to
classify with the oilier promotion results given on the first page ui thli
issue.—Kd.)
The following are promoted Iron
IMvisimi -I to :i :—Claude Davis, Host
Dumont, Clertiu Allpiu, Uoreen Jef-
(ares, Margaret Landry. Fred Malpas
Dorothy McVittie, Chtistophei Mc
Neil, Edgar Nobles, Olive While.
Nu promotions were made imn
Division 5 to 4,
(i   A. King,
Principal.
liis-
CIIANUROOK LU'KNSl-
TKH'T.
A special meeting of thu Board 0
License Commissioners, Cranbrook
License District, will be held at the
Court House, Cranbrook, on Friday,
June .'ill, 1005, at the hour of ten
o'clock in the forenoon to consider
the folic, wing application :—
T. D. Caven, Royal Hotel, Spokane
.Junction.
T. W. MeMullin.
Chief License Inspector.
Boundaries' oi the New Province of Alberta.
u block 46B3.
K. 11. LaFien/'s southwest corner
commencing at lho 28-milo post;
thenco St) chains east; thence SO
chains north; ihence sn chains west;
thonCQ itti chains south to place ol
beginning, containing about UIU acres
The Inscribed post being at the southeast corner. Said claim was located
May .in, lima, by Chas. McQulre
agent foi  E.  H    LaFlen/..
Elizabeth Mania's southwest corner being adjacent to K. ll. LnFreuz'
southeast Corner; thence 80 chains
easl; llience 80 chains north; thenee
80 chains west; llience 80 chains suuih
to place of beginning, making the
west Side line coincide with the east
side line of E. H. LaFrenz1 claim,
containing about G10 acres. The Inscribed pOst being at the southwest
corner. Said claim Was located May
au, 1905, by Chas. Mctluiie as agent
for Klifcabeth Martin.
Edna P. Ruber's southwest c'ornci
being adjacent to Elizabeth Martin's
southeast corner; thence thenee 80
chains east; Ihence 80 chains north;
Ihence 80 chains west; thence 80
chains south to place of beginning,
making the west side line coincide
wiih the east side line ol Elizabeth
Martin's claim, and cuntiiimng about
040 acres. The Inscribed post being
at the southeast corner. Said -laim
vvas located May 30, 1905, by Obas.
McQulre as agent for Edna P. Huhur.
Chas. A. Zeige's southwest corner
being adjacent to Edna P. Huher's
southeast corner; thence 80 chains
east; thence 80 chains north, ihence
80 chains west; thenee 80 bhftlns
soulh to place of beginning, making
tbe west side Hue coincide with llle
•ast side line of Edna P Huher's
claim, and containing about 640
acres. Inscribed posl being at the
southwest corner. Said Claim was
located May 30, 1905, by Chas. Mc-
(Juire, as agent lor Chas. A. Zelgc,
Wilbur R. Cochran's northeast cornet being adjacent to Chas. A. Zel-
ge's southeast corner, thence 80
chains south; thence 80 chains wesl;
thence 80 chains north; thenee 80
chains east to place of beginning,
making the norlh side line coincide
wiih the south side line of Chas. A.
Zeige's claim, and CdHla-Inin-g about
ti-10 acres. The Inscribed post being
at the northwfist coiner. Said claim
was located May 30, 11105, by '.'has.
MoOulro, as agent for Wilbur R.
Cochran.
B. I). Har-shbergrr's northeast corner being adjacent to Wilbur R.
Cochran's northwest corner; thence 80
chains south; thence Ho chains west;
thence 80 chains north; thence 80
chains east to place of beginni:i(r,
making the east side line coincide
with the west side line of Wilbur H.
Cochran's claim, and the north side
line coincide with the south side line
of Edna P. Huher's claim, and containing about 610 acres. Tbe inscribed post being at the northeast coiner. Said claim was located May 30,
1005, by Chas. McGuirc, as agent for
B. D. Harshberger.
Daisy M. Cannon's northeast corner
being adjacent to B. I). Harshberger s northeast corner; thenee 80
chains south; thence 80 chains vest;
thenee 80 chains north, thenee 80
chains east to place of beginning,
making the east side line coincide
with the west side line of 11. 1).
Harshberger'fl claim, and the north
side line coincide with the south side
line of Elizabeth Martin's claim, und
containing about 6JO acres. The inscribed post being at the northwest
corner. Said claim Was located May
30, 1905, by Chas. MeGuire as agent
for Daisy M. Cannon.
Lena Royce's northeast corner being adjacent to the northwest sorner
of Daisy M. Cannon's claim; thence
80 chains south; thence 80 chains
west; thence 80 chains north; thence
80 chains east to place ot beginning,
making the 'east side line co'lnoidri
with the west side line ot Daisy M.
Cannon's claim, and the north side
line coincide with the south side line
of E. H. LaFrenz's claim, and ihe
coincident with the survey line, coning about 640 acres. The inscribed
post being at the southeast corner.
Said claim was located May 30, 1905,
by Chas. MeGuire, as agent Ior Lena
Royce.
H. B. Laughlln's northwest corner
being adjacent to Lena Royce's southwest corner; thence 80 chains east;
thence 80 chains south; thence 80
chains west; thence 80 chains north
to place of beginning, making the
north .side line ' coincide with the
south side line of Lena Royce's clrJm,
and the west side line coincide with
the Burvej line, and containing about
bin aeies. Tbe Inscribed post being
at the southeast corner. Said claim
was located May 80, 1005, by ''has
MeGuiie. as agent fm II. II. Laugh
hn.
m \ Royco's northwest corner be
ing adjacent in n it Laughlln's
northeast coiner; thence 80 • h.uns
east, thence .su chains south; ihence
mi chains west; thence mi . hains
iimili in place ol beginning, making
ihe west Mile Une coincide with the
east suie line ni li n Laughlln's
claim il  ibe north side line enn,
dde with  the Bollth side line id Daisy
M. Cannon's claim, and containing
about tim aetes. The inscribed post
being at the Boulhwcst cornel Said
claim was located May 30, 1005, by
Chas. MeGuire, as agenl foi M. A
Royce.
Mar l ha Col tier's north wesl col net
being adjacent tn M. A. Royce's
northeast corner; thence 80 chains
east; thence 811 chains south; ihence
80 chains west; ihence 8U chains north
to place ol beginning, making the
west side line coincide with the east
side line of M. A. Royce's claim, and
the north side line coincide with the
south side line of B. D. Hatshherger's
claim, and containing about 610 .\crcs
Inscribed post being at the southeast
corner. Said claim was located May
30, 1005, by Chas. MeGuiie, as agent
for Martha Corner.
Lillian M. Falrbank's northwest
corner being adjacent to Martha Corner's north-east corner ; thenco 60
chains east ; Ihence ;i'J eliAins M>Uth ;
ihence 80 chains west; Kie.TJi) 80
chains north to place uf beginning,
making the west side line coincide
with the east side line of Martha
Corner's claim, and the north fide
line coincide will) the soulh side
line of Wilbur R. Cochran's claim,
and containing about li-10 acres. Inscribed post being at the south-wesi
comer. Said claim was located Mai
SO, 1905, by Chas. McGuue, as
for Lillian M
Alexandrine
corner being
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CRANBROOK AERIE NO. »B7
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I ANCILN I ORDER of FORESTERS
j CRANBROOK, B, 0.
Meets every ind and -lib TneWay in
• Uoul Templars Hall."
Visiting lireihren cordially invited
A. Mil l.WAN, l*.  It. J.   SIM-*, S*'>
LOlMi-K
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L'ttt more'fi  Store
Come um! join  tho  Un. py Bund
CHAMtl.OOK
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Fairbanks
Tiltnont'a north-cast
adjacent to Lillian 11.
Pairbaiiks south-east corner; thence
SU L'hains souili; thence t,„ ehams
ni'si ; thence Sl, chains norlh.
thence 80 chains east tu the
place ol beginning, making the
nurlh side line coincide with the
south side line ol Lillian M. Fairbanks claim, nml containing about
.4U acres. The inscribed post bring
at lhe north-west corner. .Said claim
was located May 3U, 1905, by .'has.
McQulre, as agent lor Alexandrine
Tilmunl.
I. N. Curley's north-east cornet be-
ins adjacent to Alexandrine Tilmont's
north-west corner; thence 81, .hams
south ; lllili.e 80 chains west ; thence
80 chains north ; thenco 80 chal.is
east tu place ul beginning, making
the east side lino coincide uilli ilia
wesl si,l. tint' of Alexandrine Tilmont's claim, an.l Hie notth side line
coincides wllh ilie south side lino ol
Martha Corner's claim, and containing about li-tn at-it-a. The Inscribed
post being al ihe north-cast corner.
Said claim uas located May 30
1(105, by Chas. Mctluiie aa agent lor
I. X. L'urtley.
T. J. Demon's I',, north-east cornel
being adjacent lo I N. Curlley's
north-west corner, thence su chains
soulh ; thence su chains west , thence
su chains north ; thenco su chains
east lo place uf iibglnlllng, mating
lhe east side line coincide Willi the
west side line ol I. N. Curlley's
claim, and the norlh side line ruined,, wllh the south side line
ol M. A. Hoycc's claim, and
containing _l,.„t 81U acres.
The Inscribed post being at the northwest cornel'. Said claim was located
May 80, 1005, by I'has. MiUuire, as
agent fur T. J. Demorcst.
Emily Corner's north-cast corner
being adjacent to T. .1, Domorost's
north-west corner ; thenco 8U ,'hains
south ; thenco su chains west ; ihence
811 chains north ; thenco 8tl chains
east lo place of beginning, making
tlie east side line coincide with tlie
wesl side lino of T. J. Domorost's
claim, and tho north side line toin-
eidc wiih the south side line uf II.
D. Laughlln's claim, and the west
side line coincide Willi tlie survey hue
and containing about 610 acres. Inscribed |iust being at the north-oasl
corner. Said claim was located Mav
•10, 111(15, by (.'has. Mellliir
fur Emily Corner,
as agent
NOTICE,
Take notice that thirty davs afler
dale I intend lo apply to tlie Chief
Commissioner ol Lands and iVorks
lur a special license lu cut and carry
awny timber from the full,,wing dm
scribed lands in South East Louie
nay:
Commencing al the southeast ,or
„er ol Lot 32 IK, Croup I, being s. s
Manahan's limber license; llience
uuth so chains; thoiico west sn
ihence nurth su chains; .hone,
chains to place ol beginning.
(His Staples.
Dated June Ist, 1305. |l-5t
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h-Olt SALE.
A new Victor snle; weight about
500 or 1100 pounds; combination outside door, key inside door; outside
measurement 27x22 Inches „ Mc; inside measurement 10 inches high, II
Inches wide. Also almost new cash
rcgislcr, worth JIUii new. For Ih,
low price of $1.0 cash for liolh. lu
qlilre at Herald office.        fi-tt
VETERINARY DENTISTRY.
Some ot the many symptoms of tud
teeth in a horse are slubbering, loss
of llesh, weak eyes, and many other
symptoms. Slop and notice If your
hoise has any of these symptoms, it
so call phone or write mc. I am
lum, electric lights, sirhocope and up
the only veterinary surgeon in East
Kootenay using the celebrated Ilaus-
mnn & Duer Improved mouth specu-
to date veterinary  instruments.
I treat cattle and dogs nlso.
Dr. C. W. Cross, V. S.,
Phone 74 Cranbrook, B. C.
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WHOLESALE
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% Crnnbrook, 15. C.
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MUSIC
MKS IIISLUP, Teacher ol the Plinolorlt
Special   attention   to  touch,   technique, phrasing and grading of studies
Apply at residence ou llurwell _ve.
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Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
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j. H. THOHPSON.
liarristcr,  Solicilor.
Nolary Public.
Cranbrook, B. C.
HARVI'Y & MtCARTER,
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Hazcll Hlock Cranbrook, B C.
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Vi. It. UEATTY,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR,
CRANBROOK, ll   I'.
TELEPHONE »»
DR. F. I!. KINO
DENTIST
Ol'ICK HOURS:
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Olllce nnd rosnlon in irrrietronij Av.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
DRS. KINO & GREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Olllce al Ke.ldeoce, Armatro*| A...
OHKICt HOURS;
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J. G. CllMMINOS
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
FERNIE
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A,ill iii ease i.l alcltn.-a anil tiji
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UK..    I.BUM,    ni H()((sli  UKNT(ST
CKAhliKOIIk. B. C. 'Phon. 14
McVittie & Laidlaw,
Mining Engineers
and Surveyors,
CRANBROOK, B. C
THUS. T. McVlTTIU, P. L1
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Cranbrook Cooperative Stores
The Great Family Trade Depot
of East Kootenay
TELEPHONE NO. 9
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Friday. Sunday to meel bis wile, who ,■    ie
John   Wrlghtraan   lell   Ioi   Sirdar! turnitt* !rom a mi CMt'
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r.aaits onic  waists in   Diacif, wnue,  , ;llilvtlltll|!llorwb,|(ai|iaD1|i   Wlll ,.„,,,„.„.,„,,„ ,,.,„. „„J K„,i.   Bro..... i„„i,i,„fi .,.«,,.? With these you cut*, provide a meal In a minute.  ?
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♦ pink, all this years styles, Taffeta Pcau ;   * *_A±M.  ,   -a#_uj«A_.«
De Soire and Jap 1 atreta at 25 pcr cent >
discoont.
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lulm Itynn and Otto VVisiiei
S ' up ii'-iu Wardner ycsterdaj
, warehouse .it thu rear oi iholt com-
modious store.    Jusl   anotiiei evid-
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$10.00 for 7.50
9.00 for 0.7.S
7.00 for 5.25
5.00 for 3.75
$12.00 for 9.00
8.00 for 6.00
6.00 for 4.50
4.50 for 3.40
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Picked  Up Ahum the City   by   AnkleK
Uiit-siitiiiM of Many Peuple.
Head our ad.   Patmore Bros.
Boost for ilu' Moylo celebration.
Willie Welsh was a Moyie visitor
Sunday.
Jas. Ryan's new house is ready for
occupancy.
F. J, Johnston spent Sunday with
lus family at Creston.
Creamery buttor iu ll and 'ih lb
boxes at ti- T  Itogers.
Con Win-Ian, ot Fcrnie, was In towi
sfvrr.it (lays last week,
Al   Maiison was down from Jailnij
i ni tint week.
2 C. E. REID & CO.
Foi  Salt—Husirt.'sa block; center ol
the tov ii, 51400.   See Hutch
Miss Hutchorolt visited lit?) brother
in Marysville on Tuesday.
Tlu- ti \v c. P. It, depot is going to
be a lug ad, Ior Craubrook.
Mrs.  Duncan and family left    Uon*
day fm tbelr home in Creston.
h.   J. Watson, ol Prank, spent    a
lew days in town ihi'; week.
Last, but not least, wo have satisfied customers, which is the best   advertisement for a man in business.
Patmore Hros.
Born—On   Saturday, June 3rd,   to
jLjMr, and Mrs, J. Swinarlon, a girl.
ji j    Mrs, Tope, of Movie, was taken to
Kugene bosplta
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'Phone 74
STATIONERS
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this week.
Mrs     Laura   Simpson,   ol  Virile
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LUMBER
Robinson-McKenzie Lumber Co.. I.id.
Saw and Planing Mills
A'l  Kinds Ol
Rough and Dressed IAinibcr|V';; ;,,,,„
Man . Is the .must oi hi i sister, Mrs
,     ii . nf   Kyait,    haii
....   .. :■..      .. ..*: a: bis home bore
. ■■   um lilitis
'■   Swui.iiinn wfiii tn Hamilton on
Mi i. la)   lo prepare Ior Ihe opt nlug ot
it. ;, v. hotel,
Buj live .un- lots in Snuth Cranbrook, ib- y ate going i.ist "Hutch,"
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\   !   ■   ., , :.i i*', W. Fenton,
pan]       ■       . v'   da)  from a busi-
Vlra \ i' Clienettc, oi Marysville,
was ihi' KiieKt ni Mis Geo Gougeon
,i few da) s this week.
K Sproule, "I the Smeltrr '.'ity,
spenl .i couple .«f days In town tins
week with his family
W.iltei Johnson und Archie Mc-
i'„iilii,ii,, ni Wardner, were vlsl'.lng
Cranbrook friends Sumlay
Gonial Kred Smyth, ..r the Uoylo
Leader, was up viewing ilu- Ull
build ti s Monda) an.l' Tuesday
Time     rooms \ii<'iiiii   ul   lhe  Wiia,a
Vpply i.i s. (i   Hoadley,
ii   \. Gnsklll, managci of the Klmberley Milling <v Manufacturing Company, Kpenl   Tuoadnj ami Wodneuday
6old$treani
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1. R. DOWNES,
A Short Drive
From Victoria
11. Edgar Davis |
BRICKLAYER .met
CONTRACTOR
People of South East Koot- X. «
enay who visit Victoria should $
not fail to visit Goldstream, ,* !j! "
it is the tourist's paradise.        I •:••-.••
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ri.'tkt'ii. i Irders lefl .
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receive prompt utleiitii
who h.td another
operation performed last week, is
proj.ro ■-,,,< i.n.,laldi „i prusciil
writ nt.
I' you want the Wlgen Strawberries [.„ preserving better leave your
order now with (1   T, Itogers,
.1. Davis, win, has been employed
,,, J. I). MclMdo's plumbing department for lhe past Iwo years, has accepted a position wllh the Cranbrook
Electric Light Company,
.1. Ediinr Davis is now In business
for himself and Is prepared to do all
kinds of work in lhe brick or stone
mason line. .Mr. Davis has had long
experience and what is more is a man
wini is always very earelul in any
piece of wuii; In, undertakes. There
are a large number of people in this
district who know by experience tiiat
litis is n fact, and lliis reputation
will bring Mr. Davis business at all
Hint's.   Those who have any work in
17.30.    Members will meet at lull .,i
rdial-
1. Attwoud, station agenl
Moyie, w.,a |„ town Satutdaj.
.Mis A M Hi,,„!.,'. ol Win I
visited friends here Ua- past w,-.-i-
ll    Benedick   and Kred    Anders.,,,, | i.uu sharp.   Visiting broth,
oi Mayook, silent Saturday in '."■.,,.   ly invited.
Mrs li Corey and family lell lo- j w It Koss, M.I' 1' , oi Pernio, and
,i.,y„„ a msii i,. fii,ii.I» ill ..'re*.nt, Taylor, M.l'.l'., ol Hevelstoke,
ion. were In low,, last Saturday.   H   was
A   1'.   Stephenson and S, McUach-  >lr- '1'aylor's Insi visit to Cranbrook
em, ,,f Moyie, spent Tuesdaj  in   in
luetrop.
S. Cioncst,   „l  Winnipeg,   C   I'   It,1    «o)'lc will celebrale the nrstot duly
inspeelor of stores,   arrived   in town '" *"'"' sllJl"'  »'"' a!i UMI''1 ll»'r'' «i»
i,e ,, lilg ciowii iitiin Cranbrook.   Tlio
people ol Has lown   always have   a
good time whu, they go to Moyie.
G. T* ROGERS
FANCY AMI STAPLE GROCERIES AND CROCKERY
CRANBROOK, II. C.
and he   was ver) Inborahly impressed
will, the id,,.'.'.
Saturday.
Six roomed furnished bouse on
er lull lo rent (or sum,tar.   Ajiply „l ,
Herald uiliee.
Mrs   Sim Hal'iihardl and lalllllv left
j Fur Sale—3(10 neres ij miles from
Craiibrook; $2 an acre; snap. Set
"Hutch."
to-day for Toronto, (lui., where ihey
will spoml several weeks. |   Frank Van Decaf arrived last Frl-
Wantcd, by a young la.lv. posllion 'la>'   '"""   Seattle,   frank   is    now
as    slenograpl.tr.     Flrstclass reicr "'"' ll1''    Duhuiiuo   Telegraph-Herald
ences.   Apply to Herald. Coinpaiiy und lias the Territories 'tn
P.-ier Lund, inanaser of the ,',-.,mi llis llHlt     "'   selling   hotel i'egluors
Nest   Pass   Lumber   Company,    lias and is making a great success nl Ins
lioen in   ('ranlirook and vicinity   .li.- w-ork.
pasl weL'k' I   Tho moving of the lilg seven ton sale
Wesley ('line ,s greatly Improving „t ihe Imperial Bank from tlie old
Ids home with a new verandah, hay j t|ttartars to the new last Saturday
window and rc-dccoratlng the inter- was a Iiii; task Perry 4 Flt.geralil
lot had the job in charge and they did it
A good   boys    watch   at Wils.iu's  "illlu"1 a mishap.
lor "•''• Cranbrook is ably assisting Juno in
Mr. Parker, late ol lhe .Movie l.um- , maintaining her reputation as the
ber Company, has accepted a posllion!banner month for weddings. Already
in the ediccs of lhe Kast Kootenay hall a dozen couples have been mixed
Lumber Company. I UP   ill llie matrimonial meshes,   and
F, Iv   Simpson and M. I,. Hillings 11Jal"u Rumor has others slated to deleft Sunday for   Ladysmiih as dele-1 l"in ,rom *• s'atc of single blessed-
gates to tile    meeting of   the   .'.ran.I .I10sa'
lodge ol Oddfellows. Wilson, Ibe jeweler, has just recelv-
Are you   building   a   home''   If so   id a nice line ol silver novelties,
you want ,, furnace.   We handle  lhe     We daily heat remaiks aboui you,,.
"Sunshine"    furnace,    dives  perfeel   |a(|s j„ tj,iS p|nM w|,0 m^ lllL, hUm°
satisfaction. _  Patmore Bros.   I curb,   li is quite uut—they need   it
Hen Murgatioyd and wife,* Miss    E'.   badly.     And   there are a lew    g.rls
Povcrelll anl IV   Edwards enjoyed   ., aloiin in iheir teens who follow Cieir
day „l pleasure among nature's ueau-|Own sweet will i„ no good ultimate
end, upon whom the baud ol ,iaren-
lal restriction should lull heavily.
Around Creston and Slidar must be
nu ideal locality ai ihis iimi-, judging
from  ilia large bunches   of fragrant
oral promising   coppei  prospecls   up   wild roses that the trainmen bring in
die si. Mail's valley, were down to  (r    their trips up   that direction,
ilie metropolis a lew days lius 'meek These and other   wild ilowers    beat
getline, suiijilies    [ol   theii  summer's ] anything thai evei ttapjioned in    r.he
lies at Perrj Creek on Sunday,
A lew ii..,i, Cranbrook look in l-'c,
tie's excursion to Kallspell on  -auu
lay.
'['lie Evans brothers, who ..„,, sev
work.
K. .1 Thorns, i,„,neily „>' lhe Silver i'nj, Mining Company at Ferguson, 11 (' . has assumed his duties as
siireessoi   li,  Join,   11,en,,,.',   „,     lhe
easl for beauty and fragrance.    If is
strawberry time uji that way, ,00.
For Sale—One of the best homes on
Baker hill, large nonse; all modern
conveniences.   See "Hutch."
loromaiiship ol tlie local electric lulu j,   j,  Sullivan, ,,[ Winnipeg, is   the
and telephone lines latesl addition   to the   Herald    tall
A. s.  Heimi'iL has charge ,,f    flu- -Mi. Sullivan will lake charge oi   llie
Herald  ilns   week ,„ lbe absence   of type seating   machine.   As soon   as
Uie   "Old .Man"   and Mr. Hillings, the manager of   the   Herald   returns
If luu have   any   money i„ pay the
ftlee tie sure an.l see him, but if you
want to collect any you had better
pass liim up,
A man wiih a jag, a lean, of horses
.ind an ambition to make the Hlngling
harlot race look like a dog-carl |i
loin the coast, where Ile will e 1111-
lete arrangements ioi some un-
rovel,mills  in   the  paper,   the  Herald
will lie enlarged to eight pages.
A   s. Trow and wife aitive.1   from
Wisconsin lust week to remain dui 1,_
the summer season.   Mr. Trow    lus
cession, treated ihe Inhabitants of been appointed manager of the Pert
lower linker street lo a k« minutes j Creek Hydraulic Company iu plac
ol thrilling runaway excitement Sim- ol Mi. Bright, and ,s bete 1,. loo
day overling.    By ,, mi,.,,'1'  no   --.- af,,-r tlie work In connection with ..:
brother, the resident innnagei .,t   Uu
see real una,. t_....,.»....
This is   lhe      Mi.  0.   .1    Win,-,,,  ol    l'i est.,:,     Is
THE SUCCESS OF OUR SALE has been more
than wc had ever hoped for. But could it well te
otherwise, with goods selling lor less than one hail
their actual worth, imagine 12 Men's Linen Collars $1.00; 11 Pair all all-wool S0x (or $1.00;. a',1
up to date all-wool Men's Suits J1.95: a genuine
Box Calf Shoe worth $3.50 for $1.45, and al!
other goods in the same proportion. .** .•* .* .* _a
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; Screen Doors
Screen Windows
Refrigerators
Ice Cream Freezers
Garden Hose
j J. D. McBRIDE
f the 111; Slore tbal keeps everything lo the Hardware Ion.
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If . un   want    a   [urn
you  want  it  real  good,   mu:- i»   mui
"Sunshine" lurnaeo.   DuniB inud   or.making n liis hid lur the Btrav
Mil; coal, coke or wood. trade uf Cranbrook and he is jure t<>
Patmore Bros,   | n.'i   u    if quality   counts for    any-
Invitations have been Issued ihis lhln8- No Browct has $vm mn
week announcing ilu* marriage of Olio attention to strawberry culture and
Winner, of Wardner, to Mrs Sam IUJ shlPI)er tlBVotea moro carfl l0
Ilavifl, of Thompson Kails, Mou- , Picking, sorting and packing. Any
formerly of Cranbrook, which pvcnl allcrnoon after the train arrives from
lakes place «,n Saturday evening, I u"s west If you call at G. T. Rogers
June 17th, at 8 o'clock in tbe Central B^' slon; an? B" Jto V'«fn b.u'
hotel   Wanlner I r'es J*011 Wl" acknowledge that   tliey
W. V. (lunl was In Michel last week are superior to any berry you evei
attending the Inquest held ovei thu saw shipped into Cranhrook. Picked
remains of Arseno Qorgaml, a deaf iTI the morning and delivered in Cra-i-
Italiun who was killed on Ihe track ibr°6,{ Uie same afternoon,
in that town on the 3rd Inst. Tho 1 A lot and small house to be sold
evidence showed that Engineer Palmer cheap loi cash. Owner leaving town,
had used every means to prevent ihe   Apply at Herald office Hi _it
accident hy giving signals, but the! l_ast Saturday night over two lun-
deafiiess of the victim prevented him died people gathered on lbe street in
from hearing them. Before Uu* t n- front of the Wentworth Hall and lis-
gine struck him he started as if be tened for over an hour to the music
would step out ot tbe way, but did by the hand that travels with ihe
nol do so, and' tbe engine struck him, " Hottest Coon in Dixie " troupe, ll gg- j
causing instant death, Tho jury re- was ample evidence that good music j»|
turned a Verdict completely ex one vat-  always   appeals    to the   people, and I ™ *
On account nf so raany fiit-;.!-.     !
mine, and others, who have expressed
a desire to "uibseribe for the Marci_.r,i
securities, I have arranged with Munroe A Munroe, manager's oi the Mar-
conl underwriters, uf New York,   to
allow  me an    additional  small  alio',-
ment for   ibe   people   of Cranbrou'
This is done by taking llie allotment
originally   iuiHidf-d for otbei   town.
These are   now   offered for su!j-« rip
tion in   amounts   Irom one     to one
hundred shares at $5 each.   II unable
tu f.ilt at my olliee, do not delay
mailing uie your check or Post O'H e
order for   the numbei of Bhare
desire, as subscriptions an- filed
the ordei ul thru receipt, and     - i
iM'ing a very small allotmenl il cannot be many days until they ate fully
taken.
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ihis line should read his ad. in   this' lug the C. I'. II. from any blame   in   again the Herald repeats   that it is I ♦....•••••••••••• •• ;***;""___?__'__'-*,'''.'''___*_{
issue of the Herald. Ha' sad ocellirence. ' too bad that Cranhrook has uo band.1 ^V**i*#*#*#*lP*#^*lP°lPVTTW'*f *#*##TTW*#T*#SS
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JOHN HUTCHISON A CO.,
SS  LOCAL AGENTS FOR MUNROE   i  MUNROE,  N.  Y.   %
ffl SS
mmWOWioiwoi*^ TI1E   CRANBROOK   I1ERALD
..DRINK..
CHANBROOK beer
Made from the best malt and purest water, it is
unexcelled for quality.    Ash for CranbrooK
Deerand insist on having it.
Tke Cranbrook Brewing <& Malting Co. Ltd.
Also Manufacturers of a-H kinds of Aerated Waters.
CRANBROOK, *   *   *   British Columbia
*s*&sg«;-si«.tt!«G&.ss«s.&6'(-K**i-&i. s-i---;
NEWS    OF   THE
DISTRICT
Taken
From
East
Kootenay
Papers.
"hm•9«-SM'9-»»9«3a-9«!-a»3t_,»S»S., v..;.,;,....
•H-Hi-M-H-W-M l H 1"H"H"1' i f*t IW i"i"i-H-i-i-i-H-i-t-i"i"i"i-
-I-I-H-l-H-H-i-I-i-i-i-i-i-l-H-l-i-l- l-i--l"l 11' I H-i-H-i-
tt. L Stephen
Morrisscy Mines is still
turning out its usual quota
of coal. The big Alexandra
hotel is still the best conducted hotel in East Kootenay. Vour money's worth
at all times.
THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL,
Stephens tiros S 0,.. Owners nnd,Proprietor.,
Morrissey Mines, B. C.
Morrissey is the place to
take the Great Northern
train for Spokane-the
time is 12 hrs.; 24 his.
to Seattle; 32 hrs. to
Vancouver dt dt dt dt
THE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL
THE BIO WHITE HOTEL.
Stephens* Bros., Owners and Proprietors,
Morrissey Junction, 11. C.
riOYlE.
(From Ilu* Leader.)
MERGER AT A STANDSTILL.
James Cronin. accompanied by Mrs.
Cronin, returned Wednesday morning
from Montreal ami Toronto. " Everything is at a standstill so lar us lhe
amalgamation Ib concerned," said Mr,
Cronin. "The War Eagle und Coiuei
st.u directors arc in lavoi ol It,
while some ul those ni lho Lo Roi
are opposed li will he necessary to
get iin* voice nt Uu* shareholders le
lure any definite action can ho taken
■■ Nu, ihe St. Eugene is uut lu lhc
deal, noi will -l Iw closed down,
either. When oui foreign conti iel
expires, the oro udl bo shipped iu tne
local smellers toi a time at least.
Wo aro anxious lot the new compres*
snr in arrive, as we are behind on development work."
} The moulds lor tho concrete hit
ol the Coal Company olllce bull
arrived a lew  days  ago,  Tho bl
will in*   manufactured   nn (he sit
ling
the l.mlil
commeuci
h i
coke
t   tins work
.■a on Monday,
specled ihal about S
II be
me .it Curhonadu
The bv laws   fm
ship ..I ihe   newel
sxsiriiis,    voted   o
wore l».il) carried
Jtarted in a
municipal ir
.in.I watei \
,   l,..i    s.nu
INCORPORATION
is what wc want and have
FIRST CLASS ACCOMODATION
is what the people want, and get at the
Cosmopolitan Hotel. Nothing small
but the name.       .*        .*       j*        .*
li. tl. SMALL, rlanager
•I•-I•-:-I••!•-^■:••I-•;-•i--I--;•-I-•I-I-H-•I-I-I-H•-I-H-M-I-w•■M-I-w-l-w-l-•I-:-H••I-
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uilli:!': siaitmi s    .CT1UENTS
JiAA^'AAiAAAA, \Bimwmiy^fj\mK<EnimmwmFmE^i
P. burns ca CO.
NOTHING
But Choice Meals is
cut up over our block.
For quality and good
service, send your
Meat Orders in to
us.
HARRIS BROTHERS
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j  ...Manitoba Hotel...
(Under Now Management)
| I). A. McDONALl), rlanager I
J Th;- Hotel is in the center of town.   The"! rooms are {
J comfortable and well furnished, the dining room is first- J
| class, and the bar is supplied with the best.
| want a good place to stop come to the Manitoba
| WE GIVE YOU YOUR MONEY'S WORTH I
iHtwm?im?fiwnwi*MiWf^^
When you ♦
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:-H"M"M-t-t-l
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ALLS VIEW HOTEL S
CHENETTE A NEAL, Proprietors
.reel
equipped   hotel in the *
le Rooms-
•^^H-H^•l-H-H^^-i-H-H-I-•|-l••H^^^^»H■I■I■H■^'^■I■'^■I■H-^
| MARYSVILLE, B. C.     Th< *»** mi fct
St. Marys valley. •-■* Commodious Sample Rooms
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.
Kor"terms, mtips anil further particulnrs apply to the following
local land agents:
V*. Hyde Baker. Cranbrook, B. C.    E. Mallantlaine, Jr., Creston, B. C.
I. H. Wilson, Wardner, B, C. H. & M. Bird, Nelson, B. C.
R. R, Bmee, Wilmer, B. C.
Or to
OO.0;0O00:000<i<i0C,0O0OAC»0O
THEY-
new
swell
The photographic mounts
I just in at the PrlEST PHOTO CO. Studio where everything; 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
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ingC, P, R.,
Ity nf wash-
veralls,
No Chinamen  employed
Crows Nest
Sleam Laundry
SLATER & McPHEE, IVojiriettirs
J. S. DENNIS,
British Columbia Land Commissioner,
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
Calgary, Alberta
TRICK HORSES
but not to
;3e in onr
LIVERY SERVICE
nrr* selected for servict
13. a. Hill, wlm  represented Moylo
Aerie No.  H;">5 ut  the convention   ol
the grand aerie held   in Grand Forks
on June full, 6th and   7th,   returned
home Thursday.   Air. llill says there
were neatly llll)' representatives pre**
sent and ihey were treated in a must
hospitable     mannci   hy   the    Grand
Forks    and   Phoenix     aeries.       The
meeting was presided over hy A. Vi,
\on Hliein, provincial   grand worthy
president.       A    per m alien I provincial
organization   was   effected,   ami   the
meeting next    year    will  he held   at
Revelsloke.   Following are ihe ollieers
I.n    the   ensuing term !   A. W.   Von
Hhein, re-elected I1. G. W. P.; A. W.
G-oodcnough,   Kaslo, P. tl. W. vice-
president ;  Frank Le Hoy, re-elected
!', a. W. secretary ; J. H- Cameron,
Sandon, chaplain ; H. ScUofield, New
Westminster, worthy conductor.
The Moyie Brass Hand was duly or-
ttlzed at   a meeting held at L'. A.
Foote's tailor shop 'ftlesday evening
The ollieers are C, A. Foote, president,   and   K-   Campbell,    secretary-
treasurer.   Prof.   A. G. Scherer  was
•boson as leader and Instructor ol the
band.   Tbe instruments of the defunct
Kort   Steele band have been purchased and tbe boys are now in training.
Good   progress is   being   made, and
from present Indications the hand will
he in a   position to render excellent
service on Dominion Day.
A very pretty wedding took place
at tbe Catholic church Monday morning, when Miss Maggie Kenney ol
Moyie, and Mr. Robert Patterson, ol
Rossland, were united in marriage by
Rev. Father Cbolnel. Miss Ellen Bonner, of IJulte, officiated as bridesmaid
and Michael lluuner as groomsman,
Mr. and Mrs. Patterson lell on the
same day for Rossland, where tliey
will make their home. Mr. Patterson
is foreman at the Josie concentrator,
near that city.
Ab an evidence of the increased
earnings of the 0. P. K. al .Moyie
now over that ol oue year ago, we
give the following figures : For May
this year the receipts oj ihe Moyie
olliee amounted Ui $41,691.49, as compared with $7,971.48, for the month
ol May, 19(14. Tliis makes an increase
ut $39,660.01.
Peter Lutm-r and Paul Jensen have
taken a mile contract near Yahk on
the new Corbin line.
Frank Uuindun is doing some tie
velopipg work up the Toronto mineral
claim on lhe west side of the lake.
Joseph Nehlerstadt is building a
15x24 foot addition tu his brewery,
which will be used as a malt room,
James Cronin brought three 'hoi-
Ollghbred Irish terrier pups from lhc
east with him, two fur himself tiid
one fur ff. 11. Aldrldge ol the Trail
smeller. He procured them from
Father O'Gorinan, ol Gapanoque,
Ont. The pups' sire is the famous
Uadger, champion of this special
breed in both the United States and
Canada. The pups cost nearly $ill
each landed in Moyie.
led   ti].
trainmen   found    that  botli
heen amputated below tin* km
was taken un ilu- train Imt d
lore Michel could It i
On Wednesday evening (
was hronghl up Irom ITosmei on a
hand ear to the Feinie hospital Buttering from a severe fracture of lhe
skull. Heid was employed In tbe
hush camp and was struck by a tolling tree. To-day the report Irom tlu*
hospital is that he is much bettor
and hopes are entertained Ior bis le-
covery.
W hull-null' and ktir.ll
MEAT
MERCHANTS
Fresh nnd Cured Meats
I rcti    l-'lsh,   (lame   and
Poultry.
Wc .uppty only lhe beat     Vnur
trade la itnli.lt.-
Markct. Id nil (he principal town.
In llrlil.b Columbia
&BS3Bl!!S:iE^
FERNIE.
PROSPEROUS CANADA.
"The prospects are very favorable
that the biggest wheat crop ever raised in Canada will be harvested this
fall. The C. P. ll, is preparing ils
plant and equipment with the expectation of having to handle 90,000,000
bushels,"
So said Mr. William Wbyte, second
vice-president of the C. P, H. Mr,
Whyte was asked to talk about the E,
A N. deal but he declined without
thanks. He was much more respuns-
when invited to tell ol the uu-
look in Manitoba and he glowed with
pride and pleasure as he spoke of the
vast wheat fields over which the recent rains have brought up the green
shoots that will later carry the food
ol millions. An Increase of 25 per
cent in the acreage now in wheat,
bringing it up to nearly -l million^,
was the figure he gave (nr the year.
Already preparations for handling the
crop arc being rushed by the railway.
At Fort William there Ts a whirlwind
elevator which empties 32 cars ol
lino bushels each every hour. This ol
course means that more cars are
wanted, and they are being built accordingly. The cars require yard
room and su a lew more miles o
Hack are being built at Fort Willian
increasing the total 25 per cent.
More and better iinmigrniits thai
ever are coining In this year, the pic!
of them being the substantial i'copl
from lbe United Kingdom and th
practical farmers from the United
Slates. Something like 60,000 will
build homes in Canada ill's yr.ir, increasing the demand for Hritl-n to
luinhia's Iiuiii) *r, fruit a..! 11 'i, a
fact which Mr. Whyte appeared li
think ought to reconcile this piotinct
to Us own inability to catch the cyi
of a large influx of new comers.
Asked about the irrigation works
nt Calgary, Mr. Whyte said the C. P.
11. was taking ils water frum lhe
Bow river and when the vast scheme
was completed 9,000,000 acres of land
wuuld he ready fur the plough. This
year 110,1100 acres would be put under cultivation. The soil would raise
magnificent wheat and two crops of
alfalfa could be cut in a year.
1905      NEW     1905
PORTLAND  EXPOSITION  NOTES.
The attendance at the Lewis pjid
Clark Exposition on Thursday, .June
I, the opening day, was but a few
hundred short ol 40,000. The day was
tine and the opining exorcises were
characterized by an enthusiasm which
means much fur the success ol the niter prise.
A substation of lhc Portland posl
office has -liven established on the
grounds of the Lewis nnd Clark Exposition, near
inli.
ice In
(From tlm Free Press.)
Chief of Police Warring went to Nelson on Sunday With three prisoners.
They were E. Ralph, sent up lor trial
for shooting O'Brien. A man by the
name of McLeod, accused of stealing
a watch at the Roma, and a China-
mun who got 6 months lor stealing
ilu frum another Chinaman.
The death occurred at Morrissey
last Thursday ot Daniel McLctinwi.
Deceased left his home near Morrl.it.ey
Mines on Thursday tu look for h
deer. Not returning at night his wile
became alarmed, and a searching
pany started out to look for him.
The next morning his dead body was
found near the government road
about a mile from his home and near
hy was the half of a good sized deer.
James   Bennett,   of    Cowley,    and
Miss   Annie L.    Sexton,  of   Fernie,
were married 'Hn Fcrnie on Tuesday.
They   will take   up their   residence
near Cowley where Mr. Bennett has a
ranch,
The
Decoration Day on Sunday, June 13th  now    in    bloom   in     Portland     al
The local lacrosse team will play an   10,000,000, while other estimates are
ns well aa'exhibition game with Nelson on   the  twice as high.   The Lewis and Clark
show.   Thoy are good  lively road- latter's  ground  on   Julyjst.    The Exposition grounds are decked   with
Biers that  will  carry   you safely Fernie   team is rapidly getting   Into the   fragrant   blossoms,   which    are
then* and hack.   Fur a drive or a good shape. found everywhere in greal profusion.
the main
.the accommodation of visitors al
Fair.  The   station is equipped   ci
plelt'ly,   nnd   visitors   may    rcct
their   mail    there,    purchase   mu
orders and stamps, and mail lell'
I   Early visitors   al  tho    Lewis
Clark Fair have   been surprised
find that   the    hotel   and   hoard
house keepers are   making very     ;
Sonahlc rates for Fair visitors,     'll:.
charges in most cases are    but
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Tlu' iiio.t attractive lino t,f
WeJl Papers
ever shown in Cranbrook
Pressed Goods Stripe Effects
Varnished Tiles for Bathrooms
Mouldings to Match all Papers
HOUSE   AND   SIGN   PAINTING
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A carload of ham and bacon just rcceiv-
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CALGARY CATTLE CO.
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drive.   The horses we
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Portland is unusually wall supplied £.*.
wilii restaurants, ami Ilu, prices for ; Ay
food have not gone up nl all. XX
A careful estimate made by a Port-,.*..!.
local Oddfellows will celebrate llill(| fl0-fiat places Ilu, number of roses   *i'Y
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Buy a Lot in Jailray!
It is a Good Investment
While They Are Cheap
Jnlfrav is sun; to he the Juiicliim of the Koolenay
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horse ninl it proper carriage.
The Hundley Livery Stables
John Hutchison was up from Cran- The magnificence of Portland roses
brook last wBek to meet the Marconi has been a source of astonishment to
people. early visitors from the east.
Central and the Crows Nest.
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Lots will advance
II. hns placed ii small plat on sale ul llinl point,
re nol many Mh for side, (let in while you haven
■hiiiiee.   Kor particulars and prices write to
1. H. WILSON,
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