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 THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
VOLUME   il.
lUAMllillOK,    IUUTIS1I   I'lH.l MI'.IA.   Till liSDAV,    MAY    28,    liHKl.
M 'Ml'.KI!  10
The Canadian Bank of Commerce.
Head Office. Toronto.
litis. Ono, A,Cox, I'nsi.lfiit. 11. li. Wai.kiih. t'.fii. Mall,
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j I'RUSBNT RATE OP INTlil'l-SI THREE PER CENT
• Deposits Received,   (icncrul lliiiikiiiK lliisincss Transactctl
', SAVINGS BANK lll.l'tll MINI    ll--ii.i-.il,. Kccehci   lalere.l Allawci.
,| CRANBROOK BUVNM, F. C. MALPAS. Manager.
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Our Imported
Linoleums and
Hosiery
Have arrived.   Onr scllinir price is
A Little Lower Than Other's
•Jj       Wholesale Cost
j? FURNITURE SALE ends June 5th. g
<• ;,! Large assortment in all lines yet. __,„_,
G. H. GILPIN
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I      IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA      |
S Capital, Paid Up $2,-*>23,8(>t> *
5 Rest $2,485,288 i
J HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO, ONTARIO. 1
S T. R. Merrill, Pres.   D. R. Wilkie, Vice Pres. and Gen. Manager *
5 CRANBROOK BRANCH g
5 SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT";™Sir,WKD 1
J| A general banking business transacted.     Drafts sold availa- J
v blc in every part of Canada, United States and Europe.    Special +
* attention to collections. F. H. MARSH, Manager,     g
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UOOOOOOO0OOOOGOOOO0O0OQO0C
1 JUST RECEIVED (■
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Q A nii'i. imsoi'lini'iit ot Sonvi'iiir Sijoons nmi nori'llii'S.     Hnvu (j
O ii look ul lli.-in li.-1'.uv tin. linos mv broken.   Tlu-s.* iniikc vory @
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suitable iiiii] inexpensive presents
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■*■>-.   HtiiniUH'llllll liuwpeiisivt' jni'si'iiis, JC
|    WILSON, THE JEWELER   |
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J  My business is rapidly increasing. j
WHY? j
,  Because I have the slock to select Irom and mv prices !
1 are satisfactory.
THAT'S IT
J.D.McBRIDE
Mcobinq (Bifte
Oinuiln Gold Clocks,
Silverware,
Wave Crest Ware
* It,'   ..Ili'lul   ill   seleelinu.   V *
* .Jit.     ll   will   In-  viewtil   llllll
* ,-i-iiit-i-i-il l>_, mn uy. Those
S whose opinion you inosi en.
J Iih'iii will spu ii,   Uy ii nniy
Mantle   Clocks,   Jewelry  J Im judged your good Insln.
Iiii!. If. XIatC         ' 0lnci--1 w-*,c-' Inspector
ChC   3CWClCl'            , C. P. R., Crows Nest Div
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Circumstances over which we have v®
no control compels us to WORK. i®.
Our special form of WORK is INSUR-1
ANCE. Insurance of all kinds but ||
only one quality, THE BEST. i|
BEALE, HUTCHISON&ELWELL |
Phone 20, Cranbrook, B. C. i@
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GOVERNMENT
TO DISSOLVE
Wells and Eberts are Dismissed by
Premier Prior.
Mclnnes and Prentice Resign Rather Than
Stay With Sinking Ship
I'liiiconvor, II. ('.. liny iS, in ii. tn    S| inl t.i Tlu- H.-rnl.l.    Tlm
.-ml litis I* nl l.i-l. mul lilt- finish uf tins session iviis ns exciting uml
ilrniu.-ilit- ns tin* must euthusinstie iuiliviiluul t-tmlil Jinvi* wished I'm*.
Minisli-rs Mi-lnitis nml I'lvnii,-,-. Heoing IiiiiI till' owl wns neur, decided
l..il.*s.*rl Iln-sinking ship, llllll resigned. In n luttl'l'to Ministers Wells
nml Kherts. I'l-i-iuii-t- Prior |ii-i-.'iii|ilui'ily ilisiuisst'il llit-iu uu iici-oiinl ul
tlio dlitnilgiug n>]»rl ..I' I ho Oliver commission  llml lnul 1 n iuvcsli-
giiliiigtho Kust Kootenny Imui il.'iil, lis it showed llml Ilu- inHite for
Kixxl ot tl„. two ministers was none.    In   Ilie iv|itirl. tlie ('uluinliin A-
Western eoniiuitl 'onsiil-estho ministers foi- ilu-juniuu-r in wliieli lliey
(leull with iniiKiilunl pnpi'Va of the govoi'rinu'iil. 'I'lie i-uiniuittt-e utlinits
tile iitteiupt ul' tin- lionsr lu rt-ti-it--.-,- Ilie niisl.-iUi- liy its eiiiicelltilioii lef--
islulion luit iillVrs nu syni|i,*iihy for Ilie ('. I'. It., or no nil rom for Ilie
riini|i;iny so fnr us the loss ul' the Inmls nre eoiieei'iuil.
Tht- httusi- voted ll wtuit of t-unliili'iu-c i-esolutioii in tin- ^ovi't-iiineiil.
The lionlennnt rovpi-iioi- litis iiroinisiil tlie iireiniei'iliusiiluliuii, The
hill |ii-iiviiliii-j- iln- uiinuul sii|i|ilii-s is yet lu 1«- pnsaiil, lull tliis will un-
tltiilltli'illv U. llolie liel'tin* .•iiljtuilnini'iil.
I OBSERVATIONS
" HY   till   I'l I'   M \N
&'i i'l.**. --.:-■. " -
l-'iilli.-i- t'oeeolu i.-turiii.l Ihis
Wi't'k from nn i-\1i-mlt>tl lii|iiiit-lin|.
hit, Sloemi city. N.ioki  uiul  lhe
new Itiwns nluiiu the line ul eon-
strueli I   ilu- Until   Ni.iiliiin
nil ..If in M nmi.    I h   ......   Uml
uwiim lu ilu-  intense  rcvrili)   l«'
Iw.-t-n iln-  towns,  iliriv  Ims  I ii
L-onsillenilile Iriuilili*. mul ih.it in
i-uusi'i|iii'iii'<- ilu* sliite .iiiihuiiiits
pru|itisi* i,, enforce tin-  In.,   .vhieli
piuhiliii- il .il.-..1   i,| - witliin
two ni„l n litilf miles ul i-iiiisttui-
tion, This will lie j km i1, ,,in
blow iu tlu- Humorous |,liii-es ojm'ii.
nl lip in llml section.
Vic Kullins. ul Iln* Wi-nlw.nlh
hul.-l. wns niiioiiM I1i.mii ivhovisiliil
I'l-nuk lost Miiuilny. S|K-nkiiiK "I
lhe trill. Iii-siiitl I.i Un* Old .Mi,,.
"I -/item everylh-tly reiuls The
lli-i-ulil nlt.naihi- I'i-mv. Nu mint,iint-i-im-iil lnul lii-i-u mude of tin*
chnn.u". nt Ilie Weillwollli until il
wus inililishi'il Inst week, llllll yel
ut every lown I llli'l iieople I knew.
nnil Ihey nil ,-isk.-.l how 'Vic mid
Dick' wen' doiiiir, I hn I never
thought uf ii hi'liiiv. Imi thut in.
t-iilt-tit sluiwi.l nu- llml Tin- llt-rulil
wns i-c.-ul."
■iiii i,
lt liaiks now ns il' il were u
t-iiieii thut lliere would hen-reiiei-id
olet'tion in Uritish C'oliiiuliiti ihis
full. K this proves lu hi- lh.. enae.
Ihere will la- ii win-in time in South
K.-isI Kootenny, I'lidet- ilu- new
distribution ml ihis dlsli-ii-l will
Ih- divid.il. mul iu Ilu- I'tilui't* linve
two lllellllHTs.    h'l'l-nit* will  lie   ihc
nli'l-uf the eusl   sitl I  Ci-.-in-
Imnik uf tlu' wi'-sl. In i-'eriiii*
llit-ri- will Ih- mi Imi i-uuli-st ns ilu*
IiiImii* element nil' detel'lllillill tu
hull-  ll   clllldidtlUl.   nml   Ilu-  colli
ni|>uuy will, in nil pi-olmbility
wuiit u fillgi'l' iu lh.- pie. mul il is
hnnlly likely llml Ilu* two inlinvsl-
will la- idili' tu n-rivc un uny one
Imliviiliuil. lu iiililiiii,ii I., these
two fnclors lliere will I..-lh,- ,li-.-,«-.
ig uf jiiniv Hues, whicli will   lend
lo mltl lu ll oinplientioiiB ..I'  lh,*
siluuiiiiu. Then* ni-e n nuiuliei- ul'
citizens ut thut conl center Uutl j
will linvi- Iht -ir liuhlinu; rods ii|i iu
t-nst- ;i election is lui-lht-uniiuu'.
Fred Stork, Dr. Wilson, und Wm.
lilnkcni.u" huvc been -.u.-,-si,-.l.
Chiis Foley mny K* ilu* liibor cim-
tlitlule. mul nun ir hits il lh.it
Mr. Widlnce. since ncipiiriim n
set-iuul ni*ws|i;i|n*i' iu lhe district,
is iinurishiit*, niiibilioiis in Ihut
,lii-,-,-ii,.„. Theiv will not I..- n
,!,-in-ill ul cnnilidiites. uud ilu- H({lil
will 1«- vrriKwl n I iiiul slninir.
In thoI'mnlinuk .li-iH.-i ih.-iv
tins nui li.-.-n much snid. 11 is
possible llml Ilu- pii'S *iil ini-nilii-i*
I-'.. C. Smith, mil) In- i: i-iiniliihite.
Inil up lu lh.- pil'Sl'llt lilllc It.- Im-;
mil dcclnivl himself. Ur. Wntl
nml .1. A. Ilnrvey, of   Fort   Steele,
hlivi* Ih'I'II  UH Ull" I   ill   this   nil,.
 Hon, uml Imth Dr. Kim: mi.I ll.
I*'.. Ili-nltit-iil ('i-milil-uiik. Tin-Iwu
1,-illri   Ki'iilleineii  slnte  llml   Ihey
I mu Hsl u iiiiylhiiiu ui tin*
kind.    •*,'. I-'. Huiil, the NivriHta.r.|llt>iI||t f,,]),.,, i„ „iih. would In* lull iiiipi-ovidiil r»r f Is Un* i- linn
is iinioiiK   Uu- --tilli-n  iii.MitHiiiiKl** j.1110||t|m „, ][,t|Ht.    ff Uie molioii Prior Hindi' pnssiil il  would  l«* liikeu
•Inss. nil ii is hi,icl tlmt- he is nut : |ib s|m.ssi„M t]lll, hl. sli|| ^ontrolhil ihc house,   li wus impossible
niiilulniiis in llml   wuy,     Aliolhei', |(| )g( |]|n| ( w        r M| ,,,„,,,, ,„. fol, ■ ])y ,,,,. i,..,,,,.,. ()f „„,
lino tlllll is ls'iii-r often presented I ... ,       ,-i i      - 1,1   .        i   .:
.        , ..    , ., ' , lip-H'SltlOl!  llllllel'  Which  Sll'I'ly   Hll'.'lll   he    IIISSCll.  SHI
is thfll ul .billies Kyiin,  Imi   when '   "
s|Hikeit lu In* IiiiikIis ul  lh.*  iden,
Tlien* is im doubt,  however,   llml
when Uie lil lies, lliere will be
More In Deta.il.
Press Clullei-y, Le-risliilive Assembly, Vintiirin. Mny 27. Hpooinl lo
The llerulil. The i-esieimliini ui' lint e uieiiilti-i'suf the eiiliini'l luiluy
i ul imssuge of wnnl uf ((onlidence vole, both in piviuici-mul so cnllitl
ipiHisilion leuiler. Mclliiile. renders il ccrlnin Uml lhe house will 1 e
iimuediiitely dissolviil. luil mil su cevtniii whom his honor will entrust
.villi fiii'inntiiiii uf'new- ministry. I'l-iur uniuuini-cd he is is pi-omised
lissiilutiuH iu nny event, luit une cull hnrdly uccepl Ihis view ns il is ,i
icttiiig nsiilc uf conslilillioiiul Inw nml pii.cedenl,
I'riin* snid: "Under nny eirciiiiistniH-es 1 espeel my right to njipenl lu
the i-uuntry will be ii.cogjd/.ed. II' the house like to di.'fenl me let il ilu
it. I will gu tu his liiiniu- mul usk hn- ilissiilulitin nnd cnu nssure tile
hulls,- I will gel il. If Iln- house sees lil lu pnss Iheeslinililes mul ii
few pi'ivute lulls uu which lliere is mi ililfei-ence uf opinion. 1 might
usk tin-ill Iii pnss Ilu- conl mines rcgnlnlioii lull. When these liionsiiivs
nn- tlis|Hiseil of I will usk his honor lu ilissulvc the house uiul iippenl lo
Hi" I'l"*
Mr. M.-liniis snid iluring lhe morning llml he lnul tendered his ii'sig.
imliuli. which, su I'm* us he wns i-iinceriietl. wns linnl. He hlld Stlid lie
would nssist to liuve ilu- supply lull passed. iiiiiI to tlmt promise he
would ntlhere. The reiisons ncliiiiting his l-esiguiition inighl: be denll
wiih in tletnil uu 11 Intel' incision. He thought the house shuultl pnss
Uu* supply bill mul lenvc mutters in the hn lids ot Ihc lieiitciiuiil govern-
or. [f his honor gi-iintiil dissolution to Prior, Ihe latter hud promised
In- would nppenl to lh.* people. Kvideiit usefiiliiess of lhe govei'iiineiil
as n govel'iinienl had gone ^llllll lliere wus only one thing I'm- il to tlo
nml tlmt wns tviiiv. il it wns not in n position to carry ou the govei'n-
ineiit with dignity it should step down mul action taken to facilitate
iimncdiilte election, mul election upon parly lines, which wns the only
solution of the British (.'ohinibia problem.
Mierl's next nddressul the house, He said he tlitl nut stiinil In a
very envinlile |Kisilion liecimse he hatl heen nsked by his leudei' lo
lender his resignation, which lnul been done during Uu- niorniiig. lb-
could nui hike this action befoi-e as eel-tain ehanges lnul been laid  ami
he as inelllliel- uf   Ihe  lllillisliy fell  il uecessuiy ll) nwilit the Vellliel   uf
the committee, Tlu* premier snid, he opposed bill Nu. lli. whereas lhe
majority uf his colleagues hnd been agreed on the course suggested. It
was nlioiil lhe right and proper course. Kln-n thought Un* niujorily
would ngive on the coin-si' he himself proposed wns right. Unit Mr.
lingers, whose lille hail lieen nlluckcil in Fast  Kootenny, shoul.l   linve
been prulected in th urts by lhe govei-iiment intervening in   his In*.
hall.
.Im- Martiii wnntetl lu ktiuw whnt wns going un.   The premier sfnted
he hiid lost control of ilu- hortse ami h.-nl nsknl ll pisisilioii  if Ihey
would assist iu the pnssuge of supply, uml lnul snid iu any event he
would mil continue the govern men I ami meant curly dissolution.
Martin held Uml tin* i Iry in event of the premier's suggestion nut
HE TALKS ABOUT FRANKr',,Uf;"1 !"• *■■«*■«•«■*•«
I muss ut luil: Ida'   pii.i il   iiilo the*
 . rnll.-y. and no oiu ran tell within u
mile where i.. I.. .k tor them.    For
i Member of dial Company Discusses iusim,,*,-. ii w.*,s known timi the
|i|a||Ji locenpalil*. I,.'   tWU    line    Iain-lies   ill
the vali.-.v w. re bnried, imi til thai
; piiin the debris is a I Inil  f.-.-t
WILL 00 AHEAD WITH THE WORK tan,*j!Jch *J ; :'1'""  i""
pottfimlitv  i.i  I'luli'iivtii'iny tu iv-
■erthi'lxKliVrt.
Tin- .*.,;,l  i-omiHinv  \ms tnkon
Tho Mine Will be Opened Up On
AL.Uja.er Scale Than Before
The   Accident.
HBASURBS   AW.   TAKEN   l:l)R   SUKH
■Thr  C'liiuuliaii.Amcni-mi Conl
(*<illl|i;illV ll.'IS   BtlSlllillwl   il    Inss   ul'
S*_'II!I.IHKI ihi'unuli th.- tlrstni.-tioti
"!' il*. fiilin* nu'i'liiuii.'iil plniit nt
iln* Knuik conl iniiU'U, ami lliis will
In' iiinciisi'd In iln- Inss ul' liusi-
ni'ss fur ninety ilnyfl tlmt will in-
ti'i'Vi'ilt' ln'luiv wi- cnu ivsniut' pi*u.
illU'tion. Oin-iil.' ..I this um* ,1,-nii-
;it;i' iiiiiuiiiils in nothing, in fnt'l it
is in ;i si'iist- a lii-iii-lit. I'm* w«- will
ii|ii'ii Iln* [mipi'Vly in liuvi' plnri's
iliHti'llil ul lilli'. ami iln* r.|uipnii'iil
wUllii-uii ii i.-H-,-,' ;„*i!.'. Whon
llif ilisaUrr ucriiri'iil wi'-wi-i'i- pro-
.In.-in- llliUltiiiH ul' ruiil tliiily in
wis months mil* uiilpui will Ih< ;(000
ItHlH I'ViTV thiv."
Thu I'niv-.iiiiM'i-niiinat.'s from K.
('.  Sprigs,  nl' lint) '-  Mont.,  px-
L'uv.'l'iit.l*.    nl'      .Mf.ni.-ilia.      nml     a
lUivi'toroE lite (';in;i'!i,iii.Ain.*fif,iii
dial <\- Cnki' i*utnp;iii\. ofwha-li II.
li. I'Viiilk. c»F lltilti'. i.lli.'print'ip,*il
shaivhul.l.'i' s;,ys the Uosslmul
Min.'i*. Governor Sprites is just
from Fnillk having- i-uiiip linrc tu
piirrhasf. if possible; a couple uf
Imilfi's with which in carry on the
worlt at 'tin* niijif jii'mliiiij the
nrriviil nf Un' big plnnt ortlereil
frum an etvsttJl'U itiaiiiit';n-tun'i*.
Hi- wns un-jurn'ssfuj ni his quest
for uuii'hinery here, anil will leave
this inoruing fm* Butte, where the
innehinery will !>,■ I.;.u-lil ami
shipp,-(l inln Knink.
■*Thi' engineers and L'i'ulni-'ists
lielinved wlien I left there is pnii'ti-
cnHy nu (tiiiiKi'r uf further ilis*
nstrous slliles al Frnnk." continued Governor'Spriggs, "Thi' nip
nl tin-  mounttiiii   wns  lying Hat.
1   th.'   (lisintegrnted   liniesti
__M       	
prom pi netion tore]Niirthe(lnnmgi*
done in its i im|m i*,\. nml will huvc
thin-- limning ii-uniunt thefnrlit*st
|K.s>il,|,-.|,,i.'. \V<« i\i!l Imve two
]ifi*l«-iiili.-ii!;ir ,.| -tiiti--, tu tin- mini'
iu addition t-. th.- iniiiii tulit tunnel I'r.'in which ;i!l the ma)  mined
in .hit.' has i n  extracted.    The
ii|H-nin*->* will not lu- closer than a
mill- from each other, which in-
aures safety and promotes the producing raltarity uf lh-* prn[r.'rty.
Tin1 si-am un which weare working
is fourteen feel in width and perpendicular. ('in* main tunnel is
in inn) feel and we lun 'threomil-
lit ni tuns nf «• ,d broken in the
mini' romlji i .- driM ing. The
ciinip;in\ had under contemplation
Iln- completti i .>!' J I'' coke tiYPIU
liy Septenili ■■: ucxl, ^.i!, ', tin* dts-
aster orcnmil. The dclaj will now
bi-.-nn-i.l.'i-.'il.t,'. Imi v.. will event-
ii-illy produce coke Eor the ICootD-
nny-Boumlary market."
The Minsircl Shu*.\.
Th.' minstrel enlertaiumeut
given by the Kast KiHiteuny min*
stn-ls, ;i!i organization [ormed by
tin- carme . ..! Cranbrook, was a
decided succi s-,. TL" progmui wns
interesting, and th.- !«-ys kept the
large mtdieiiee laughing with tlieir
jokes mul antic;. Thr siM-jingivas
good, displaying some excellent
voices. A. Blnefe ami T. Howse.
!is end men. wen 11 success, while
tin's,.l..-uf B. Ablwtt W. Hytler
an<l D. Anderson brought forth all
kinds uf applause, Tin* singing
of Jack and A. Oosstmm, the little
chaps, aroused th.' nndietice in n
high pitch <-(' enthusiasm. The
eutertailimeiit Was brought in a
close with sunn- hypnotic work by
I). Anderson, which was well done,
but prolongs! loo much, as many
present .lid not care for that par-
ticular feature. ('onsidering tho
faet that tie* lx>ys lire all amateurs.
they gave  ;i   creditable euterUiin-
permitted  this to  move.     It  has  ment.   The rnouoN made  will   U-
been estinuited that eighty million ! nswl in iln- onrmnzatiou nf a lotlge
tons of rack came dnww tin-  hill,  in this town.
mid that since the slide another ten I
tn* twelve millions   uf   tuns  Imve; A fireai Piece oi Work.
moved Eram lhe tup uf the
mnuntain. ttlthough none uf the
latlei has reached tlm valley. I
believe that twenty miilion tons of
rock in nddition will yet come from
the tup of Turtle mnuntain. but
that none of it will gel as far as
the bottom nf the monntnin, so
lhat the danger from this source is
i small. Then- nre a couple of
smaller peaks on Iho mountain that
look dangerous, ami will probably
come down, but they would not
make serious trouble if they moved
from their present position,
"The business men have moved
bark lo l'Yank. ami trade is proceeding as usual, Tin- Canadian
Pacific hasabonl five thousand men
at wurk cleaning up lhe mad lo
the mines, \vhie|l.wns buried forty
feet deep Iur a mile nnA a half.
■.,' ,!'.'.' '     -   .,! The eoal   compuny   is employing
re Mellrnle made || | , ■ ■     •
a ml {dates galoii', ami a campaign
that will go down in history as a
warm thing.
There is talk nf pulling in the
bridge over the Klk river on the
road leading tu Tobacco Plains.
Thoro has lieen talk of this lor the
past year but talk will uot help tlie
ranchers down then-.
uipnssible for the governor to cull ujxhi him by snyiinr llml immediate
•lection was imminent.   The I'espousibilly rested upon the opposition,
lection being held al  the earliest  |x>ssiblo date un
Want uf I'dliliideiiee    did    uut
Unagreed ti
party lines.
Curl is held that the house expressing
necessarily mean refusal lo pass supply.
Supply  May^ Not Pass
Victoria. May 28.1a.m, Special in The II.-raid. Premier Prior
informs uie that when the house meets this afternoon it will be fur the
purpose only of being formally dissolved. It" this proves correct it
means the supply will uol lie voted and all public wurks projected in
estimates will come ton standstill.
Last Friday iln- lirst train was
run over the slide at Frank aud the
wurk thai at lirst was thonght tolw
impossible insideof twu tu threo
months, wa- completed, within
three weeks ami two days from tlm
lime th'- accident happened. The
('. )'. R. placed il,;- wurk in the
hands ul Breckcnridge it I.and.
thr well known eon tractors, with
instructions that time ami not mo-
liey tlm iiiij.(iii;nit point. John
Breekenridge was iu chnrgc, and
the manner in which the work was
done is evidence uf the way that
firm dues business. Tin wurk was
pushed earl) and late, and as a
result, instead nf traffic Ixmig
blockaded tor several months, only
ii few wi'rk--. il'ip-t d, Thero are
few contractors that could have accomplished ihi:- v.orl iu such a
short time, nnd it is \n> wonder
ihai the ('. IV II. i- feeling jubilant
over tic results.
ViLlum Day Oh.mi'd.
This Means Election.
Notice lo Ticket Holders.
Those holding tickets m\ th
lamp propositionntthoG. If. Miner] Tlie result of the proceedings at Victoria means a general election,
store should not forget lo send but under the new law, it cannot fake place before three months have
them iu before the endoflhonioiith. elapsed, which will bring ii some where near ihe first of September.
And remember the chance tp secure Time has to Im allowed to revise ami prepare the voters lists under the
ono of thos.1 beautiful lamps re-' new distribution act. There seems to be no doubt thraughoul the
mains uutil the end of the month.' province that the election this year will be on straight party lines as
nml we nre selling goods at cost, thore is a conviction among Conservatives and Liberals alike lhat a
so you can't afford to miss the government by either parly would lie a great improvement on the eon-
opportunity. ditimiH iu this part of tlie province.
mul eighty men at this juuoture
ami more will be engaged as rapid
ly a- conditions pulfmit.
"There    is    no   dcstiluliuu    at |
Prank, mid neverwns.   The bread ,    .. . .  .
,., ...        . ...    . Mom lav wa- an holiday,   ami   in
wi rsdidnui  sutler the  etreets   ...      ,      ',   . ,,
..... ...      ( nndirouk it   Wits  uiiiverssi  v  ob-
nl Ihe disaster, as   is   uuiiallv   the ,      ,„,      , , .
... ■      .    served.     I he lacrosse Iwvs were in
ciise.miil.tho coal coiuiHiuy prompt- ,    . ,  ., , ,.'      ...
. .    , .,     n   ■ .-      r     i   Lethbridge.   ubon    iluriv   jotned
Iv uiidi I'took Ilie alleviating of such    . . ,.,,'■,
...     .   ,       ,  . the excursion to I4 rank, while mnuv
cases as existed.    I   dn  not   know   „ ... . ,     . .   ',
. . ...   .,     ,.     . fori I led picnic  parties  and   visited
whal wiisiloiie with Ihe hinds sent i ,, '      .       ,      ...   .
,   ,,    ,      -   ..      .    .   . Perry   Crock,   ihe .Mission.   t,»rt.
in the board "| trade, but presume! a    .       ,   ,    .,-.,,,, . .,
. .... .   ..   ,   J | Steele and the Wild   I lorse.  while
Ilie inoiiev is still in that nruainza-'  . .  , ,    .       .
..    .   .    ' ,-   -, ., the rest celelmiterl the dav   under
tion s hands.   As sopw as the com-   .   . . ...        '   .,
, , .,   .    ......    ,    .   .! tueir o\ni vine and ng tree,   r.verv
panv learned lhat rollUl Inmls   had   ... .       . ■
,'...,. i   ,    -. I business   house  was   closed,   and
hern solicited we put an rial   to it.    . ,-, , ,
. .     „   .    thr   town   was   like   a   deserted
I here are nianv    heavy   hearts in '   ... . . .
. ; ." iVtllnge.    It wns a pleasant day aud
I'rank, but no destitution. I ...    ,      '       ,.
,.,, , .. ,.     ...      everyliodv had a -uud lime.
Ilm.exact number ol  latahhes.
were never accurately ascertained.      n " ""■ ""■
We lielieve HU persons met death! For Sale, o Fjne Home.
in the catastaophe, the lwdios of 811      I will ull'eriny residence prupeity
id' whom were recovered   frmn   the   fur sale up to the end of this week.
avalanche.    Th'  leiuaining lmdics   Any one disking  lo  purchase cm
  ! Juave wo nl nl the house.
The Herald costs Sl'.ihi per year.' Jamos Grcor. nn: < k vxmtooK  iii:i:.\i.n
CRANBROOK  HERALD
Editor and Proprietor.
TKit.MS Ol' SIC. CUlltlONi
The llemW iltKlroa to tilve Ui«' news of Uie
.ti-,iiii-i.   li yuu kimw any iiboul your town
\..iir mint' in ymir i e.>_>l<-. uuit it t" fit- ollice,
A CHANGE IS NEEDED.
The results of lli.- investigation
made by the ( Hiver commission al
Victoria, uo mallei* what t!iere|)orl
may lie. are sullicieiil to convince
lhe people that British Columbia
ileitis a change in government and
needs it tartly. No country can
prosper witb a ministry that will
countenance even a semblance uf
wrongdoing liy silence. Cor|ioru-
lions ami individuals with a pull
will proven) legislative that would
protect ilu* rights of the |)eople.
The groatesl boon to the masses
is an honest government by honest
men. ll is the same in the dominion, in lhe provinces ami in
municipal    politics. The     last
decade has develo|Hil a woeful
tendency toward "graft" governments, It is thr same iu the
States, and it is the same in Canada. There are evidences nf a
slight awakening nf tin- public.
conscience, but what is needed is
a moral eartlupuike tu ex|Htse the
rut ten. ss that exists, and impress
upon thr |K'ople the magnitude of
ihr burden they are lienriug.
Tin- [leoplo nf British Columbia,
asji class, are criminally indifferent tu their own interests. Nine
men <mt of ten pay little ur uo attention to politics, and laugh wheu
some individual declares that "a
public office is a public trust."
apparently being willing to
accept tin- general opinion that
public other is a private graft.
This is not as it should be. The
masses are paying the rust of
maladministration in public affairs
nnd the masses have tho -power to
inaugurate the remedial movement and carry il on to a glorious
success. They have tlie ballot, and
Ihe ballot is the key lo the situation. "Bui what can we do?" soni-
willask. The answer is easy. Elect
honest men, and demand thai they
remain honest. If they don't,
treat a dishonest office holder the
same as they would a dishonest
clerk, or a dishonest business man.
Don'l let a committee whitewash
a man for political reasons. Give
him the punishment that he deserves.
British Columbia today is cursed
by maladministration, and has
been fur years, The -political pu
at Victoria has been the potent
lever that has moved the legislntioi
wheels. There have 1)0011 rings
within rings, aud corporation mid
favored individuals have been the
beneliciaries i if public benefits,
while the masses have supplicated
in vain I'm* legislative action that
would bring a In ml au improved
condition of affairs. This province
ileitis renovating, and a revison of
the political methods in vogue.
Tlie one man govern ment idea
must be relegated to oblivion, and
party responsibility introduced,
I>nt this alone will not bring about
all that is tv-pured. Tlie |leoplo
must be awake to the needs of the
time ami hour, and renieiulier that
eternal vigilance is the price of
political li.H-rlv and )Jolltical
honesty. A government is but
the reflection of thr peuple \vlu
made the government, and upon
the people the final responsibility
rrsts. bet the masses demand au
honest ami callable administration
of their government, not only tliis
year, but next year and the year
after, aud for all time, aud the day
of graft in public affairs will lie-
coiue an unpleasant memory,
For P*uiUng And Decorating oi any kind
Pw^crhangin-e, or anything in the line,
T at you want finished in quick time.
!n a woi-knunlike manner that will loo!t ii i
Ct to the Little Shop with the Big Si?n
And Lell your troubles to Benjamin-c
I
iliess men of the tc,VU Iiiul   starved
Ihe |,i*eni*lii-l-.   i :..t,-ru..'    f business I
Ifcuuse Ihe-iiiinblersh.ul boycotted !
his  little -.heel.      Iliuniiuilv   is   11
grent pu/./ie.
i week nnil completed iirningein.'iil
There is i, prnli-iluhiv  ..I  ■''■'.'• I r,,,.,, „|Wotii  lininrli  lnu.1
minion   election   this  year.    »il1
l.l„llil„.rl,er,--l,,.„,e  Well.hnnl...     A,.|„„.;,„„„|>   :1„.   ,„,,„
I.V. i ......I.. I.,.-.-,  alinn   mill   11   ulniigliter
Lumber
1.0.0.1*'.     Key Cll) Lotljc
Ntt. (.-.  Ileetiaven M. t-
tl-iy nlghl nt lliclr Imll -ii
Ui.l.-. .In*. I.    fu-tillllllil
1,1 |-.-ll,,,,M-,.itli lly-iiiult-tl.
1*. II   Mi.ins. m. ;. UillliiKa.
N.   ll. s.'i-i.
-8 <9-®-®-® why you bhotiiil boy
FERNIE NEWS
I'n.in iln. I ti-,  I-,.**-*- I'i,,iii lit,-l>,-.|,it,It
Ml*. I'li-irlr*. Kni-J.li,. 111. •I'nlmir.v!      Mr. .1. llreer. who  Ims   ll
il inngiuiie, wns in   Fernie lnul  irt>ct for the .'ti'etloli of tlio Wind
llil-ge for
ness  III   thut   town
I'utuie    (Vrniugi-liieiil
lllllde tor a shop  iiiiiI
Tlielir-in.l.lnrv look 11 hot   slllll   l""""'*    m"   ll"'   F''1
„ Kernie in il.c'.li.-.uivor   Its   l.-iV''" ■>«'>*■«  '"'""••"  •'•"■"■''■""-"',
ibldiugqiinlit!  - ["""■
  Two iinporliinl hotel delds   w
FORT STEELE ITEMS     i-m tiiwiwii tut.
POWER  PLANTS
STEAM WITBR anil (itsiu.iNi:
ALSO UENERU
Mill i Machinery
WrlU
J. L. NEILSON & CO.
WINNIPEO, MAM.
t* , ni*- rt
M.    A,     llt'.lle    «
liusint-ss l-'rithtv.
Ul    Steele
l-',-riii,-.
I, I,, dales, proprietor..1 the Vic
loriu. has l.-iisetl Iln- Albertii liolel,
nm| J. |.'. .1,,,-vis has lenseil lhe
Vieltilill hotel, Both Ihese cllllllgCH
Hike I'ltrot on Jnlj- Isl.    Mr. ,1. R
I- Unlet has II Illl*.'.* for if UK II	
al work Ihis weel,.    'I'hostonework , —
...iseouinieneiilol,   Wetlll.-sihl.V. I UNDER      NliW      H A N A< il ifll ^N
Mi. .1. llillis.   gcnc-lil   nierehanl
ul Ihe jUelionV\|tei-|s In eoniinel	
buildingo|M'i-ntions here uexl week.
lie will put np n coinmotlioiisstore
on  Mr. II    I.. Slepheu.s Iiii   Ill'Xl I"
tho big liolel,    Mr.  Hillis  ex|H-cln
in pul in n stock of gent's furnish-
I^EyL^F}    FAIR PLAY
!   CHEWING
TOBACCO
BREAD, BUNS,
SCONES und
I'ASTRY....
[        in.l r- i'.,- l'.*t*,iil from mil.
'-        * il** |.i..in],nv iiit-ii.lf.1 ui
■> Phone Sl Oppoallc M. li. Churth  f | Rw, „      .   .  ,
•       C. W. WILSON.       |„ "K""-^-1""*">
i -.) -.*. ® .-. ., .,,, .*..) « a »- Because n i< the...
HOTEL
PHAIR
NELSON, B.C.
II. Tompkins, Miinu-.-cr.
Mr. .Ins. M.-Di II. of Koss .1*
McDonnell cuiue up from   Michel
on Weilnesilay. where he hus Ik'CUIThe Lending  liolel  ol  Ihe   K *
xcnvntiiig fm-tl ew coke ovens I eiinj-s,      llootl   Smnple   Roonis,
l*'re,l Kim *.*  bus  rt-iiirniil  lo ,,,,.,„,,,.„  .      *..,   „roin*ieloi- of ™iiviitiiiK tor tl i'W coke ovens eiin.vs.      i.ootl    Nimple   l„,„ins
his desk nl .' * Durick. ff^AlWn  .vill d''Vote his lime tol****** ***• Wri^l-swortl, is builtl- SjH'cinl Uules to (',„, rciul Men
.1.   MeDonuld.   Crnnbrook,   wiih the   iniuinge I   ot 111.'  Pollock!»«J» llul1 lowl1'    *lmM?' Fo98 *
registerwl nl the   Imperiid l-'riduy. ■ Win |miiy,
McDonnell   linve   o|ieueil   u   hirgi
ruiifh n   few  miles mil of Michel
t'-lms. Kstiuer.- l.-fl Sunilny uighl       The Btlllioldllg i Illiltl ■'■■"''im,l ,-„-,.   rnpiilly   stocking   il   with
for Cnleai..
nine; business.
II. Kerslam, senior, lins la-en up-
IHiiiilitl ii justice of tin- pence for
South Kust Kontcnny.
Meihoilisi conference nt Victorin
eum-liu1.il its Huiil ibal'i on Wttl-
nesilay. Rev. It. Stillniiiu has been
uppointeil   I..   Rossllliid anil   Rev.
.1.   HollSOll    eonies   lo    Fernie.        ll
It is rt'iKtrl.-d  llml  the W.  It. .,,,,„..,rs lh.„ s„mr util.- ditfieultj'
Ross I'niuily will shorlly   reliirn  to |,m| ,0  |H t-oillllonil   when   the
Steele tor lh.* sunimei*. first ilriift wis llliiili'.    It. seul   W.
It. Primer has been nppoiuted a W. Bner, of Kniiiiiiiio, lu fernie
speciul coustuhlo ul Kort Steele llllll .1. liolisoli Iii Sill Illi 111(1, This
during the illness of coustnhle met with dissatisfaction Ironi all
Llddlcont. i parlies.
Dr, I'tii-siiii. Kernie. wns in town'
Tiiesilny. Duuiu rumor bus il.[
thut the tloctol* will resitle ut Steele,
PERRY CREEK PROPERTIES
iu the neur future*,
A Lively Season Iur Suulll East  Kuiilc-
The Kootenny   liver  is rapidly nay's Ureal Camp,
rising.    At  Kurt. .Steele  the  riv.Tj     T|„. PerryC'lvekPlncel-co unv
bus come up th.,-,.- hvt during the If .v|li(.h j,',, ,fnm. ,„ .„ ,,„. |1(,„i
pnstweek. The rim) III prcst-ut isL.;,- (1(J ,m ilnnu,lim, „„„„„„ ,,f
nlnioHl entirely troiu the St. Mnry's work ,|lis ,,,„„„. xiioy will have
,'LV''1'* their  saw  mill   running in  a   few
It. 0.-leiildligii is  now  eilgugdl dnj'fl, an.l   will  cti,   luillbei-  for a
in   milking   p,*t iiuiuiious fnr   lhe flume three feet by four, nod three
develo) ul. of lie-   Denne mine, iniles lung.    Within a  week  they
which is silunti 1 neur   the   North  ex] 1 to linve thii-ty men nl  work.
Slur. Opeiiillons ..11 coiuiuenei
.Mnnihiy next n th it force of three
nr four men.    'I ie.'.* is ti fnirshovv-
riie Kasl Kool y I'lneer com-
puny have their steniii  shovel  t
l'erry  Creek   in  shupe  for  wot-
ing nf ore ou Iln- piv|tcr . which und uctive opertitions will begin
is exiH't-li I untie * ilevelopnient to this week, It will tnke some .lays
illlike ti mine, to gel everything in good  working
Jauie«   Laid' iw   ivlurneil  fminl""1"1'   hut   tlu'>'   ,lnl1'1  ""l^l"1'"
UlU\Ve.lnesd.,v.     Me re|H.rts that  mi-v sm,ms   ln,llhl"  n"J,r   ill1H   ls,
done.   There is ,*i vhh)  amount ul
interest t'eli iii thia experiment.nml
EDITORIAL NOTES
tlurrnh for the British Columbin
government! A whole week has
piirtHeil liy and no new scandal
hroiudit tn liu-ht.
"The Shame of Kosshiud" would
make a \xpot\ story. Mr. Daniels
nu alilerinan hiukI a preacher publisher of a weekly p.*i]M-r for libel,
anil lost the ease. Tin- evidence
showed up a condition of rot ten ess
iu the municipal atTairs of Ross.
Illlld that caused |)COplc to marvel.
The preacher, on his return was
received with a brass baud, citizens
iu carriages mid .-ill the accessories
uf ii returning hem celebration'
Vet a lew mouths previous the laia-
the Kootenay Cent .1 railway has
been complete J as far smith as the
Crows Nest Iii:" in the vicinity of
Elko. The sun ■>'■- ■; outfit have
broken en up. ;i i lvm.'i** I to Kort
Steele Thursday. Saturday the
outfit will eomuieuce surveying
north and run lhe preparatory line
to (iolden.
A number i,.' Km i  Steele  |**eoph
have located c
river, north o! hlock ,-t.."iSS. The
locations have I ■ n made on unreserved crtiv. ' liiu'.,,(. It is re-
[Rirtcd thut i m- .. I, ii fouud on
several tributary <*- •''■'* and on
Poitlinn river.    L-usI y    rthe Trail
smelter penple I       led   a   block   of
■I'l claims, and have r jeiveil ;i
license fmm the tfovei'.imenl to
pmsjH'ct the land for coal.
ITEMS FROM MOYIE
From im* Mo? i- l.aail«r
A diiiighli'i- was born to Mr. antl
Mrs. Win. Mills iu   l-'ernie  a   few
ilnys ngo,
W. Units, iv, r.-.t uling Merrick,
entile.    These gentlen   nre  the
lirst who liuve gone into the rillich.
ing business on unylhing like a
Inrge Bcnle iu this purl of the
couiinry antl we wish them every
success-
Xiiliii. is lit-ivli.v nivi'ii Iiiiii llii* iiii.li-iiniii
li I u-1-Miiinliiivi'tniitli.ii|.|.ti.-aiii.ti iiii.l.t'
lllll |iiuvisiiilii.iillli.*lii|lliil*lirili-.i' in I Uml'
t.,l-li,|-liir liiTlisi-t.nl lltf l-li,.-.- s.*l ii|i|in»ili*
llli.fr minus.
li-Hiii-,- lh.iuin lli ii-tiiisti-r In llolltna \
lii,li,-iis,ni. Wiiii'vint-i Inili'l Crnliliriiiik.
Ms lint,ten, I'.iMiiiittnliliiii Imli'l. I'rnii
Iniiiik.
T..I. W.lliiinii. Mi.iiiliiln liQtcl.l'r.llllirnnk
,h  It.viin, l'iiiiil,rit..k In,Iiii, l.'riinliruuk.
11,11.    I',,|IS,II|||.    Wl'l.t WOTlll   lllll   1. 1'1'Hll-
l.i'in.k.
■Im. llrantt, I'litiiiilinii lioli'l, I'niiil.iiink.
A. I.  M.ll I nn.l 1. «li„l,*riil... I'liiiililiink.
Mil lnul.I. MilVtik, I'ltist   Kniili.llil.v liuli'l.
Crntiltriiok.
I.. 11. Vniille'iir, lli.ynl I I, Crunlirnnk.
.I.M.I'iiiti.II. Ilnlii ii, .In .l.-l. Kinilii-ili-.v.
.1. I.. II i". Il.i.vnl linlrl. Kiiiilii't-l.-y.
II. W. Drain, Nui 111 Slur linl.-l. Kin If)'.
A. I',. Hull-, I'nlla Viist In.lil. llni.v«vill...
.1. H. Aiiici*.. II.,.ml liniil. Muryavillo.
■Ins. Brown, Inn i-nalioiiiii tiolol, Wiii-ilm-r
0 Iv, i- llurit", Parry Crook linn*'. Pony
I'rook.
Tbiloilf ...nil..' in.Tlii't (il tin* lioiinl nl
1 t.-.-a.t-.- i-i iiniilH-tluiii is ul Hit. l--..tt Hlei'lo ill.*
Hi,-I trill l».In.lil in t'dinlilrr alloh ii|.|.l.*n<
linns nl ilioi-iiiirelininor'riuiliriiiik, mi Mini
ilny .Imi'- liilll. mn:'.  nl   Iln*  lltnir   ttf It'll
,iYlm-k in Hi.'f..".-i	
.1. II. Mi.Mtllllll
rtltol l/i-i'ltst' lns| tor.
I-'i-rnli--llllll. Mny, I llli'l.
Stl'lltll I In tit...H.ipi-eini.c.,1,,-1 of ill" Niirllitt.'sl Tor-
liliit'it*..,  X Mill,-III Alloil t   .111,II,illl   His
|l,-l»,-|-li
I'llliillllf.
if it proves   II    SUeess.    ill
shovel will become ii [intent   fnctor I
in plncer milling  iu   South   Knsl!
Kuoti'imy. -.- «■ ■'«'■.'"■
There  will   Im; some  purties  ill        Tl..-Itaiil. nt M...rn-lu.       IMamlmi
fl-olll Molltllllll next iiinnlh In   loiikj    1'iiraiiniil In 11 ImlRmnlll-utI.I10 linn. Chief
,,      .tiiallnttKltlnn nl lit.- Siun'-tii iin-t  nf Hi
over some inuirtst \m tioson llt.'|Nor ,.,,.„. |Mmni|„|„u ,„„„,. „,
el k.    There is uo ilollltl but  lhat 1 llli'luml Unit,,,,. il,i*..ii»iil, l.n* 'ly nl Klkn,
nl Met-li.  |K-opi.. ,ilm, w|ll ilevelois.  some  vnliinble "l'11'"1',','."', ,'.""' ",'■"'" ,*""*""1',,"■', ""'
1. ,..i    I.'....i:,..,l ' . . I city nl liil-inl-.t*. I iiiiiiilinn   I tii-iln-   Itolhvoy
pi'llpl'I'lles     III      I his i,.niiuuiii.v Inli -,-i-, llii., -ivilil ii-s ill   Iln* sniil
vnllev.    There   lins   been   enough i "•'■■""'■■ll"1 »1""1  »l r-nl-gnrjr i.f..r--.
; , **     Bllliliill llii.-!llili .hv ..I  A|tiil.  A. II.  lllll*!
ilt'veln|iinelll work il to convince „„ or litiftiro tlio llrat tiny nt .Inly, A. ll.
unv iutelligenl   man  nf  Ihis fnct,111MMI lu »™l liy poal inopolil  in Mcaar..
H,    ,   _  , *,  1   ,       1 Iliuigs AiIuni'M. inlvucntta, ut (.'oluory, tbi-ti-
ut   il   takes   eapital   In   show   lip  ,„lmM| „,,,,„, „„, ,,„,, ,.„„.i|,l|oiia mul Wl
these properlies. nnil until   tllllt   is   |mrlioiil.ir,oftlii.triiliiliiis anil	
foi'tlicoiiiing. no greut work on  lhe
•in ilfln-tli   tliorenl  thoy
j will In- .-j,-In,Inl  li-.im llio lirii-llla til Mtltl
ipuirt'/.    propel'ties    will    lie   done, i iinlKtiiftil
Owners   „l   pi*„|,e.*lies   ..„    I'errvi   ""''"I'l''""" .volMoy.lD. II.
11 *  ]        In Himn'-i ,V -loiiw,
Oli'ek have   iuid   to  contend   with Ailvscutpn.Cnlgnry,
the knocker element   tu  ;i  greater j
or   lesser   deirree,   but    there   nr
men who have faith in iln* camp
ami have demons)rated llml faith
by working for years showing up
the possibilities ul' the tlilferetil
properties, l'erry Creek is a gold
camp, nml gold propci-lics are the
ones iu demand in these days of
Anderson A Co. of Wiunuipeg. was depression [ie lead and copper, mid
iu town W   'ue    *y.
A. 1). Drum 111 ml. who has officiated as countable in Moyie for
tin1 past two ai.d a half years, has
sent iu his resignation to the ;it-
torney general. He is throwing
up Ins position to engage business
in Morrissey Mines. Mr. Drum-
is the lies! constable Moyie has
ever had. aud tin* people here
regret to see him leave. He always
kept gn< I order, nnd never became
over officious. His successor has
not yet lieen nppoiptcd.
Notice.
Having sold my inl ere si in the
Wentworth hotel. I desire to »ll-
nouuee Ih.-d all areounts due the
hotel under uiy ownership will be
collected by Vie Rollins who will
also pay any bit! . standing.
licorje llugmirth.
Muy 20lh, i'XJ.;.
there are properties there,   that  if
they  were  iu   Idaho ur Montana
would be in big demand  for good
money.      lint   Kerry Creek's lime
is coming.
H. \V. Koss. has returned from
an extended trip lo St. Paul.
Chicago .ind Spokane. While iu
Chicago, he purchased a diamond
drill, .-nui this season lie will do
some prospecting on his guid pro-
perlies 011 upper Kerry Creek.
British Columbia and (lie Noriliwesl Territories.
We have a large quantity of
agricultural, timber nnd mineral
lands, listed with us in British
Columbia and the Northwest Territories. Those interested would
do well In see us hefure trying elsewhere.
Beale, Hutchison & Elwell,
Cranbrook, li, C,
Timber Notice
Nii'ii'i- j, lioroby uivi-n ilml ililrty t\ny*
■th.-Ml i-i inii-tni t,,ii],|ii,v iiM-lii, I m 111 mh
Kiiini-tul Inn Is mul worltH Ini' ti f|,i',iiil 1 im In
HeriiMi lot nl iiii'l oarr*/ mvuv tlmlior frmn
llintiillfhvintrliuiilHj
I'lHiuiH'iiiflntf nl Un- norlli wi'st I'lirimr nl
Kllifi M.n-iiiiiili' I'o.'h Hi hi Hi Afl'lnill laml
grant (Troojior 11 tun in uml) rutuiliiK wihI
SO ilmliiH, Hi -ii v tun 1I1 sn i-iiniis. 1I101100
I'ilhl Nil 1-linlim,   tl, infill   NO  i-luiiiiH   In
IKlltll   iii    r millI'liCi-liirlit,   roiiliiiiiinii   UIU
lU'l'I'H llllll I' III- IOH.
ILK,',) Muv L'.'l, HlOil.
in M. Nolili-H.
Notice
UiivlngHiitil oiitiny hitornnt in Hn* HKUit
1.1 iii lies-*, I iliMire tn niinnnmiii tliul till unco  'fill" 1.1 Mill.ink (l.   lllllI'lH will III-   i-til-
l.'.l.'.l liy tlm rill .V .tolltrfu Wlio Will nlmi |in,v
nny mililiiliiiilig Lille,
A, B. Moyoook
tn-JIb        Ap|irovc(l ttv lltirrin A .lolllffi'.
Dm '.I Crniilii'ool* Mnv is, lima.
Timber Notice.
Nniii'f. is lioroby glvun Hint thirty ilny
ilftorilnto Hi'iiili-int in nuikt- n|i|ili<'nliiiii to
Die CliMCommlnHioiior ul LatittHOiitl Wurks
nl. Vi. luiia, fur n Hproitll licciniu lu <*nt mill
i-nrry uwuy timln-r frum tin' fotlowtiig do*
«i-i'ilml liiml.-i, in Smith Hunt Kntitt'iiny:
t'onuiu'iu'ttigut iln' rioiitli wi-nt wirnor uf
C. I. Kfnrii'iapKlnl tlmlmr llroi|H« l.ut 2"itl
Briiti) ■, ilii'in-i- south 40 i-lnttiiH   tii-in
i'iimI. Illl i'IiiiIiir. IH011111 uurlli 40 1-lminn.
I hen I'Hi'.ii 1 itli-liteiiHtn |ilacoof i-umnit-iiii-
 nl.
Ditloiltil MiirynvtlliiMny l">, IllOfl.
iu   MarjSTllia l.uin   rCt-rapdiiy, Liiait'-o
Timber Notice
Kui'n is liorol-y nlvcii Unu an .l.iis i.ricr
lull I luii'iiil toii|i|ily to 1I10 eiiiff t'.iu.niix-
Muiii'i' iii I.muIk uiul wnrkH Iur pur till*- n'tm t 1
nt mul i-iir v uwuy liiiilii'i* Iruiii Un- l.,Iluiv
lug il.'Ki-rilii'.l IiuiiIh:
Ktltiated In tlio dlnlr'cl uf \l<>\ Kooli'tmy
iinnioiu'liigal a im.-i itniih'tl nb ui um'
mll,iwi>l mil ono Im If 111 iti< um Hi otilipmiiilli
iti'i-1   roriii-r uf   l.til   !l*j:l    ho-   liiilIti    in
1-lititiintliomiiwrm loo I'butim llii'ino mint It
llhliiiins tlii'.iivinsl lltOrlitiiiiH nnil liniii--
itlOiii'h'H nmivor lun.
IliitoilltitH'JQlli ilny nt MnHillb'-l.
MkiiihI. II. It I'lilli'iUiii
•i li,\ Hun lliiios, Autu.t.
Vroom & De/all
Blacksmiths
Horse Shoeing
HccailSC it is ihf Ijufi-i Im.Ii^i.iV*
U. tn  j,,.- , UIU
HeCaUSe nu'-lm-i  .irt-vilinVr   r..r
premuuiiB until Jan. I. 1906
Because •*<• .'p-ii-hii.-** . «?>• i>in«
unit
Because youriiMi^i i i..,. / .1..,
* Carriage KcpniriiiK and
J (icncrul Jobbing*.*.
t iini-.ilk' UrilcrH I'rnniplly
ih- nut - ut- li <l
0. P. TISDALE,
i'iii|itiiuni-iir tlio
Cranbrook
Candy Kitchen
rairlcin
omi'laio
sln.-k nl
Candies,
Pruits
Nuts,
Biscuits,
Pipes
and
Tobaccos
Olve
us a
call  ]
Timber Notice
Nntiii-is In n-liyj-ii'.-n tlini lliirly ilnys nf.
lor dull-1 iitli'ii.l I,i ti|.jilv tu Hi-t liiif <'ti;n-
ini-Huiii-r uf Liimls nml Wuikn nl Vklnilu
for ncpPt'ttil ituoiutu iu rut  tunt  nirryawny
liniln-rfi   tin. furiuwillK iloM'rlbod In:.dr.,
wiiii Ue in South [Cunt Kooloimy:
Ctiiiimciit-Iuy ni u [ioHt,[duiitnl near 1 bu
In-iiil,illlu- LilIlu Mm;,- tivi't' nml nlimi!
Ihrco nilloh ahnvo ItIIIU-Kh llmbor i-lniiu,
ihi'iiii- west no olmin*', iboiiro Miiith mi
t'liiiiiui, theiii'u oust ho i IiuIiih, Uu not'north
HI) ehniug tu  Hit'  |iliti'c uf  i-uiiiiiii-ii.'i'tu.-iii,
O'.lllllllllillH■ItlOilri-iH lliuivo! Ws.
Dilptl ui t'rtuilirot-k, ll. I'., llii.- Dili Ajirl',
loll-l.
T \V. S. 11,11.
Coal Notice
Nulii'i- in ln-n-ltv Rlvi'li tliu I llditv iJiivh
iilii'i'ilnli-I iiin-i.il iun|i|.|v hi iln-.-l,i. I, uii,
illicit.ii.-ruf I.iihImiihI umis fnr u lici-MHit In
|ii.i.-]i.rt fur .iini nml pelroloillll oil III.. Till*
ionliiK iI"mi-lnul Inmls, siiinii,'.in tin-tti.<.i
mill- nf Klk rlvor mul lu-lott tlio town uf Mur-
HiiFoy, I'rowa Nist valloy, Kust koiilonu.v
dlBlrict. .'oiniiii-iiiiiiiriit n post morkwl * II .1.
TliuiiioH linnIm-.-ii*t i-uiiii'i'." t-iiiml'iti: , In-..-
In I't'iiu-iH (ii-riunu'ii Hutllhoilbt  coriHT |iu>l,
llionw) huh Hi so cttuiiiH,   ilionoo  nom  su
I'llltillS. III. III'U l.ollll  SU   l-lltlillK,   ll.'M',.  I'll.-l
hOi-liiilii-iloiib 11 ..iiinii'fii-, in,.),i.
Ilutid Murt'li L'O, liaia,
It. .1. Tliorno.
Ilui.i.'l Mi K"i,/i.'. nuMil.
Timber Notice
'llii ly ibiyfiiillorilny I iiihiid ionpjily I.
llM-iJIiii'fCuiiiiiiiMdiuiii'i'uf Lainlrinnil Work*
fur a *t|ii-t"inl ItooiiKii lu nil nml ourry mini
t im Iht rrotii Ihoriilliiwiiigih-xci'ttii'il to-i;« ii
Hottth Knr-1 Kootonny:
I'tillluiHlifilljjtit tl |iObl miiiki.l "II, I'm*
roll's nurllnii'sl. I'ui'iii'r |iunt." |i|iiiiIm| Ii.-m-I.
Iho HOUthwoHt lunii-i* (iiiht of II. n..mi'1's'rn-
oili|itloii iil.niil four uiili-s nun h of Trim
luiil.k mi Iln-SI. ,|iihi<|iI| iii-i-l'. ItiDlli-B Illl
I'litiiliirnsl. tln-iin-suiilli 10 rliuins. llii-m-i
iVOrtl lllUfliiiliis, llii'iif,. nnill, -Ul i-|miiiri It
pllioo nf liOK;"iiur i-ouliiinin-- 010 ni-ro
lunti-nrt.-hs.
Ui I lliis Iiiiii d.iy uf Muy, lliici.
'-> 11.  I'.iri'iill.
Timter Notice
Xo!Ill*lit lii'ifby civi-nllinl.tliiiiyiliivstifii-r
ilulu I iiih'litl lnii|>|ily 1 Hbi- I'hiif (-uniuiis-
Bloiurof I. Is   nml  Wurks fur  u s| inl
lii-i'iisr tui'tit n;ni oiirry away liitibor fnan
ih'fulinwiniril.M'riltt'.l IuiiiIh In Soutb Uust
Kootonny,
L'omnipiicliig nt ii post (limited nt net Hi
I'usl i-urnir uf A. Li'it.'li'H |iro*i'liipllQll No
lion, nui) NO i-lniins uurlli uf Lot :10 lirnnp 1
Ko.itpuny district, ilionoti h*i*I so clittiiiH,
IIihioonorth 4(lclinliii1o.|.0, Slutor'H Hue
lii'i-limit. Ihotiei! oust so i-liniu-., Ilirttiiiiuiiilh
It) ohiihiH in Uu- i-hii'i- ut hoglitidiig, i iititubi
Itltf lllIO intOH 11101*0 01' It-SP,
Duloil Ilm tllb iluyol Muy llio.'l.
s UM roLi'MW
Timber Notice
TaUnutiri-tlmt lliirly iIii.ih utter iltlli' 1
Inlcillo npply fo tlm f liiil 1*0111 ih'hhI	
uf Lumis nn.l \\ orltR nl Vi.-tmin for 11 llernso
lu fill nml miry unity liuilii-r fnilii Hit' fui
IiiwIiik ilescrllioil IuiiiIh:
Connnoiirlngnl n j.o-jt (ilniiloil nboiil throo
mill's nliuvi-tin-snutli fork otOold L'roek um]
nlmiii twu mitt's ilmi 11 llul,1 Crook, from I'.
.MiCuiiiii'li's nimli mill post is llio north*
iii-s 1 earner running 80 cliiitiiRnoiith, ihohru
SO    i-linlliH    (-..sl,    llii'Ufi)   NO  Hi:,'lis  mil'lll,
theiieiiNOolitilnsivi'st tu Iho pliico nf eotn*
mrni'i'itu'iil  ejutuiiilig mn non* moro or
low,
Diiied this ItOth il y of April I1H1H
N Sigui'il. ALU'IIMAV ItMII).
Land Notice
Nniirfis hoiidiy given tlmt. sixty ilnys
;ilin- datu 1 luteuil in ti|iply to 1 Im Chill Cum
mlssioiiorol I.nlids mul Wurks ut Vietorbi,
fur [M'tuiissiiiii tu (ituvlituo Hit' billowing
ilii-.tril'1'.M liu Suiilli Kust Kooloimy:
t'onuni'itelngnt n |ioi>i on itortliotiRt cur-
ncrofK, I'uyli's piL'-t'iiipiIon thoneo muili
ntong west buumlnry nf block -Inln), 70
fhuiiis moro or loss iu snutli boundary <»f lol
li''-,. tl n wont along snid lino 4.1 olmltm
moro or low to Thos. young's pro-ompllon,
ilii-ii[>i>miiuli TOilitiiiis lu K.  I'uyli-'s norlh
limii, tlu'i nsl 4fi chnlns to plueool lipglit-
11 Ing ooutntnliig auu nires more or I. ss,
1 1! invnfMny, ltni:i.
y-Ut blgUOll, I'UA.NK llLZALL.
W. J. Welch
DRAYING AND
FREIGHTING
I make a specially of unloading
cars aud moving pianos.
Prices to suit you.
Drink Home Beet
It Ls Pure
It is Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
TICKETS
TO AND  PROM ALL
POINTS EAST
VIA
Great
Northern
Railway
SHORT   LINE
St. Paul, Dulutli. Minneapolis,
Chicago and points cast
h lii-oii'.'!! I'tiliii-o nml I niirl.t Hit-opera
llli.liiu an I lituii-i stn,,Kin;: Mbriuyl-nrs
DAILY TRAINS:   PAST TIKI*:   SKRVICE
AND SCENIiRV UNLQUALLED
l-'iil- Unit.,. I'li'ili-i-s  I  I'll'l :iiil„iinii Unt
call ir iiililri-.-',
H. T, 1.ANDECK, ARcnt,
tiatevny,
A. B. C. DENNISTON,
li. w. I'. A., Seattle, Wash,
Till: EMPIRE Hunan CO., I t.i,
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   All kinds
of repairing.   Give mc a call.
NOTICE TO Till: PUOUC
HORSI: SIIOKINIi anil
GENERAL BLACKSMITHINQ
Hunt un slmrt nntlcc ill Ihc Mur si* Shoeing
tU-put opposite llcurj & Doyle's livery stable.
I'ri/c winner m Territorial Fair, N. \V. T.,
on horse shoes I'atent Cullhalor Maker.
Plows and Machinery Repaired i'minptly.
(live tne a (rial
A. GRKNIER,
CRANBROOK.
East Kootenay
Bottling Co.
Aerated Waters
Of all kinds.
Syrups, Champagn cf,  io'cis,
Ginger Ales, Etc.
Soda, water in  siphons.   The most
Economical wy to handle it.
J. H. KINO
Physician and Surgeon.
Ofllee at Rcaltlcncc, Armstrong An*.
OEPICE HOURS:
Foreaaon,,   .   .   .   .   ti:.io to ||
Afternoons   •   ■   •   •   1:30 to3:30
Evenln,.   ....    7.30 in k:j»
CRA-*BROOK,    :   :   :    :      :   T. 0
Wood!
I have good wood ot all lengths,
Leave orders at Townsite office re
ceive prompt attention.
Richard Stewart
Timber Notice
Till,,,in,li,,,,lltnl llllll,,ilnja iillnr tlnll' I
nl,-n,I In n|i|,l,v In Ilm Iln. I I'm IhvIi -i,l
I,-mil I .Villi.. Iur , inl lh-  i I
 I T.vii..,i.v iiiul,,i l i lim liillmilnH
•l.-NC,il>, ,11 iii.Im ,,i s,.ii,I, IiiihI Kinil j:
I' ni'tii*. nt n poal |ilniili-il til Mn- imiiil
aln.ro il nm lliull t.i l.til 113.1 tlrmi|i I
t.litki>K Mti'Mxilli I Ititliila  I-.1,-. llitiitii 1.
Iln Itiii-in<,»i|i liniil ul Inl. 49.1 nml I'-'ll
lli'titili tn bit l.lllllllruiiiil, HO rllill ,-
HI* 1,-t.H. Iln-lii-i* Hlllltll Ml  rllilillH  iniirn  ui'li'-m
tu lllll lllll' ll limit ill 11.  I'UjlM  |ll,-illl|,linll,
ilii'iirii it.,,.. 11,1 t.linlna mora or ttiaa in lit*!-
Hull   I'olllllililtl   Miilltliitili   iiiiltin.v,  Hi	
Itnrtlmral   nlitn-, atlltt i-iiilivn.,-  tu tttittl lot,
-II IT., llti't lit nl,mu III al  liniil  nl
mii.l lut U'J.'i. :17 rltniiiM nun'.'nr It-Mi In ilm
pliii'i. ul lt<.<;iiiiiiii<r,  I'liiitnitiiii'.   llllll  iicri'd
llllll'l' III* Ill's,
llnli'.l IIOIII A|iii'll> :l.
ii I'. T. Mnn,
Timber Notice
Ntilli-o in liert'b>- iiii-i'it ilmi iliiitv ilu.v. nf*
lit ilillt. I ililitiil In ll|i|il.v t.i Hi,. I'lti.-I I'titti.
lnisniuiii'1* nl I.iiihIh nml ll'tirka for n .lit'finl
Iteunso to (ml nml i-.-ii-i.v iiwtty tiinlit-r It-iuit
tin. ,ull.i»ili-!.l™.*l-il.i,.l Intnl. in Sunlit Until
Kuiillllill)*:
('.itnlll in-.' at it |.unl   [Intiti'il un Ilu* l.il-
Hi. M.ivii- rivt'i- nln.ul  In,, mil™ nliiivii till-
li,l'*llill.ll|.t*  tl'll'lll,   lllllll'i.   |f||.,t  HI)   I'tllllllH,
lltl'llin   Hitlllll   HI    tlinliiK,    llii'i,,-,, ,-iu.t HII
i-liniim. ll Ill  Ml ,.|„ij,„ „, tl,,, | In,,,.
,.l l.i'iuliliii'U.
i uiul iiii. a pi ii, mnn.
7 ..l,:.i.i.ili.r Mt-Kmzi-..
Henry Parker,
DRAYING AND
FREIGHTING
II you want your haullll_»
done promptly and riglit, give
me a call.
CROWS NliST LIME CO.'S j
rllalrinnri- Owner II. S. I'ellllll r •
*
LIME FOR SALI* j
Car l.otstir Snutli Qlinntltics {
AkciiIs fnr East Kootenay j
QRAHAM& ROBERT LOVE
Plasterers, Bricklayers ♦
and Stonemasons.... |
HEADQUARTERS, CRANBROOK, R. C *
See I,ove nlintil   plaslfiiii*,' your
liuiim*. if we can't convince ynu
to linve ll plnalereil, well,' J, ve'a
labor m lost." i
». a . ..-^....-^♦^_ Illi:    l  IIAMil.'lMIK     IIKi{.Vl.ll
&-®-a-^B-<B-®-®-®-<!  ....   .   .  ■.'
*rti*t»-t»'.»' tg-.ar-w-.ar-'tar-'ai*****,   * tftriS
*T
MEN'S CLOTHING
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IT  N.v,r liiltuf It.tvi* «.* inrilul  insi li.»i up
!"   :. .-.nrl.-tl sl.nil .,1 lit.-It's
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f l:INIi TAILORED CI.OTHINIi.
uh .1  I'llllv
1  Wo nr.'Ki'llinu tiKi'iits for thi' I'-'i"""-  It. .v.-il Hi .-im I it.ll,in -.-. ..
■' Our  lluy*.* Si-IiikiI  Kiiu-lti-nt, nn- mirth)' t.t tm-iitiiui. Iiiirin ..
'' ilimlil.. k„<i-8 mul -i-.-H::.    I'ri.-i-a, 7.V mul 81.1M. ,J i
OUR SPECIAL ORDER DEPARTMENT
' Tlii- limm-li t.i' ■ vkitlitiiK liiisiiu-ss  it.-i*. iiri'ivn vi'i-j mplill)' ii
Wc lmvi' isin-n i-.t-iii-iiil 1.,'iiisl'tii-iiiiii. villi ■•|...i.-i! tii-ik-m iiiiiI II
»c l.-.-l tiiiilltlt.nl nur .-\|i--tit- ■ cuulilc ii*- IniK'llcrplcm ir l|
luilniiiH in future, ll
REID & COMPANY _\
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I MORRISSEY  MINES
ur*. of tin- Morrissi'v .--.nl mini's mul townsite, ,vns fdrittcil after    * *-
ul nrtuiil   knowli-.il!.' ..I  tlic-riviil iKiasiliililies ft.      •>*
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Tin t. is linnll.v 'I |..-i-."t in C'.iurnlii who Im*. uol li.-i.nl ..I the wonderful ili'Veloiuiient of il
}J .-.ail iin.1 .-ok.'imliutries in tin- Crows N'.-si Puss sectiou of Britisli I'oluniliiii.   The iW's Nesi    ,
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IS ONE OF THE OREATEST FORTUNES IN AMERICA TODAY,       2J
J*    llml ,.1 ll,,'. i I ,Utori-HtitU-H. Ii-i-I.--.-i
4* iueiillle iil-utlK-illK ll'lll estjltc.
4 , N'eiirh even i-craoii of nti.l.ll,
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; KOOTENAY   VALLEYS   COMPANY 0
LONDON, ENG. lititll-d   J J
I his company offers for sale several parcels of the choicest •.
I AirilMi. ORAZINO uml TIMBER I. Wl..*** in the Villey of ..
the Kootenay.   .<   Adlacent to RAIL and WATER TRANS- II
PORTATION.    -j    (ii„,j | „L.,i  \,.,rr .,        .    ,-       .,. ••
.*-.   ,„,t,j locoi marKels.   ,.-*   Eas,  lerms.  **
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I ur All Particulars and Information Applv to ' |
T. (i. PROCTOR, rianager,     jj
V. HVDE BAKER, Cranbrook Agent. Mil.SON, 1}   C    I!
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MAKE MONEY
BY BUYING A SURE THING
THE STOCK OF THE
St. Eugene
Mountain
Mines, Ltd.
Its property is located on the St. Eugene Mountain.
It has the St. Eugene lead.
It can be bought at 10 cents per share.
It is backed by mining men, not mining fakirs.
It will increase in value.
To make money in mining buy good stock low
and sell on the rise.
Beale, Hutchison & Elwell
Cranbrook Agents.
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J{    iiimle in Hamuli iuvctineiil in nil] mint.-.    Vnl' ARK NOW HIVES ANOTHER Ol't'Olt.    J*1  raVS';> VV* It. ,*&-*«.». mJmJmJa. -a. ■*. «■*. w v.* ■*.--
Lois un. now oirenal for sul nsy terms,   t'ouin 1 look over the new townsi -write    <}!;ft   i   r.. . •      i
,,    .1 ii.I.. •*•  & A Camera is Instructive
THOS. CRAHAN, Agent,
jj f and Pleasing   j&   j&
|| Morrissey Mines,        *£       British Columbia, j
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No person sli iold live in n country 1 Ice this wl: •.-
so in my litMiin'nl icecei nrt* iireseiilt .1 with m .,
ffini-r-i. if yon take Hit- pit-turf yourself il It .* rii
nihl <l ih inn nt.', *,.->!! ^1 i, n, yCll w;ni. j, ,,, ,
Inln Hit 1'ualotHce Drug Store uud haven camera
tn k with
LOCAL NOTES
Picked  l*|i A limit Ihc Cily   hy  Asking
Qucslion-A nl  Many  People.
Price ni Mclnls.
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Mis.
Prank
I',ivi-l,rll|-i.l*;i*rrlin-|li-.l
'll.-S.ltlV.
I'l-tllt
litlsl
Tin-in ivua in  fr    1
'ii*r\
Ed, Hill, nl' Mti.vit*. spent  tl   few
ilnys iu town  this week, visillnj-
wiih   liis Illl,111,Ti-
Beattie, the Druggist. S.
Icililiriili;!' Wins lhe First.
The   C'rmilirook   Incmsse   lie
wenl to Li-tliln-iil-ru 1,-isl Siiiul.-iv toj
Tin* liiu IniL't-n-ji ilu*!Iiviti  piny tlieir Hrst  "iniir.     As llieii __
Nutlii-rii liriiiiis Illi i-ntplii-s  li'iitn hum wns broken  up by sonii' ofl
.liiinin.u's In Morrissey, Hi.' Ixwl plnyci-s luinu* .nil of town.    .>*».-» S •'> -& ! 3 ft -^*3-8--S-S--S.4!.-».s ft 8 ft ft *fc3 -. C-Si-S-n
..  ...  .. ' ! limy expected ilefent, uml iveru not   lf
I). U. ,\ Utu-.'. nn-itiivi'i- li r tie   ,, ■ ,   i       .1 i-i
ilis,*ippiiiiiii.i|. ns ilu* sunn' wns It'til    f
Trail siiu-lit'i'. wns iii town  Pri.lny
•ill I'lVtiritf Lelliliriil-r.
ti
upply
Ann
The .'illeiilioii nf the llerulil rciiil-1
t*rs tire uiilleil to the utlvertisnii'itl
..I'Mrs.  Lnc-ey.   The Indies .-spi'-
l-illlly will lie illleresteil ill wlllll she
hits tosiiv.
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Get that Spring Suit
Leask & Henderson's
Thu goods will suit ynu
The cul will suit you
The making will suit you
The price will suit you
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t Cosmopolitan Hotel!
m Cranbrook, B. C. *
•r^> Centrally situated)   Every modern convenience. <fy
'<*> llrighl and well lighted sample rooms, |
|    30 feel long. |
•<ix> Sittiiij-i; and reading room reserved i
^ exclusively for commercials and %
m    their friends. H
■v   SpACious And newly lurntshcd bedrooms, H
\r  Best appointed dining room in the district. *\7
M|   Tlu* cuisine and b.\r noted tor quality and variety. <^
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8j Wholesale   Wine   und   Spirit  Merchants Hj
*V Sthllii liter                The Highest Bronils         f Thi Uricil ami 9
H5, I!':'".'''.!!1'''' oi scotch nmi ! bf*,! *"_*>r|m"nl n
i£i   lias. .It-
GW  (iiiliutr b Slum
IRISH     WIII.-sMCS
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M-* A comilleto stuck uf Cigars, consisting uf the
<ij> "Pharaoh," "LaPortuna," "Irving," "l!,ir-
-*S rlstcr," "Mottinitent," "Hll-la" ami others. <-k
rfl Mali OrJers Promptly Attended to. Telephone 17 i<K
2i Write for Prices, CRANHROOK, li. C.  L
Agents for T. Lebel •& Co., Hny uiul lirnin.
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SI The table is the best, the rooms are onsorpasicd for dean- m
9 lincss and comfort and the bar is supplied with the best brands fD
j5j of liquors and cigars. {S
0 L. B. VANDECAR, Prop.        Q
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When you visit Cranbrook stop at the
ROYAL HOTEL
None Better In the District
Rates $1 and up.   Short Orders and Oysters
Willium
i-xpeet lii-li'iive for the t-tmst early
next month lo speinl Iln- summer.
Mrs.  Greer's   lu-.-ilth   rentiers  thi1
1,1.nil. Tlini spunks ft ir it si-If. Price
III.-nui ."til cents, pi limbic only nl
(I.T. Rimers.
I'tvi'l, 'I'lieBilny.
.Mrs. C1.11 •)■ uml chillll'cn   visil.il
Sinlnr Insl Sntiii-ilny.
Then'nre scvcrnl \\'cililini<s on
Ilu* slnle for it.-sl niiinlli,
II' \,ni know un ili-iii ni' news,
It'll 'I'lit- II.-mill llluill il.
.Mrs. Win, S11111II cnitie ilown
from .M,*ii-ys\ illi-im Siilimlny Insl,
Mr. Mnycocli, turniei-ly of Mny.
cock & ll.-n-ri.-. left loilny tor 11 Irip
loSiwk.	
II. Mi'Dcrmut, of Winnipcj'. n
lir.ilher.il' A. 1,. McDerniot. spent
Miiiiilnj in town.
Mr. McJIiihon nml wife nnil Mr.
Fiiiliiy mill ivitc ilrovc ilown I'linn
Mnrysvillc yeslci-ilny.
Mrs. Fortiiin* reluriit-il hoiiic
from l.i'lliltriilu-.- Insl Suiiilny. Hhe
is ritpitliy impi-ovin-i ill lieiiHh.
litiir-.!- Johnson, time keeper,
ul ilu- Meadow civek mill, si»'iil
si'voral ilnys hsi week in luwu.
Il.-itl-i I'.-illi'l-st.n ivlilini'il Iti
Briinilun Sntimlnj iiflcr several
ilnys visil with t'raiilii-ook fi-icntls.
II I.. Slepheiis nnd niece Miss
I'lorcnce Slciiheits. of Morrissey.
,\vrc Ciitnlirook visilors Welliics
duy.
A i.uiiiIhtul ymniH men -.;in.- 11
.l.'ilii.- lust  |-'ri.l:i*  crt'llilllj tlllll «us
.• .1 Ilu- inosl   --ii isfnl  nl   the
ll  l\   V...iitiM.I Asl In  sinel
lei   [nine,   pnssi-il   tlmmidi  lown
l-'iitl.-n ciin.nl.' Fr  NVlson It,  Si.
I'.-.nl.
c W Deniiu-esl l.-l'i tor Moose
.1;.,, 011 Hiiniliij Insl, .vhcrehc will
(nkcii .1 pi.-iii'.n in the C. P. K.
iiltiici-s.
Ami. .I..I111. .,,1 h'ernie, wns In
I,,uu Snlimhl)   mi   liis   unv  Im	
In.iii Nelson,    lie wns 11 wiliu'Bsnl
ilu- llSlli/CS.
R, \. Itilpin  lull  Tucsillij   tor
Ihr   I'M I.UI    I'littllll'.V    I"    pill     ill
Iti. 1.-tut mi n hiiuicslciiil which In-
holds nl ilmi p..inl.
Tit,-  Hiicrtiiiienl   ..I'  Hi.'  Iittnls'
■ill|.|i.-r.     Will    lit'   ollBI'ITlfl    ill    till!
Pivsliyleriiin chiiR-h nexl Snlilinlh
nl liu- iiinritiiii: si'i-vii-e.
Id v.     Rcnclllllll    ivturni'tl    Inst
Hnliirthiy from n visil to th usl,
lit- lnul :i plcnsillll  linn-  mul   feels
nnicli heller for his Irip.
tTollll l-'illli sll'ninetl till! muscles
of his hnck while lifting 11 hex Inst
week, mul is wnlkinp; lirouiitl like
nil nltl ilUllI ill f-()ltseqlletu-i>.
-I   never tnsletl  hotter ciill'ec"
wus Ihe  vt-rtlicl nf une wlut  lnul |
Irictl onr (I.T. B. flnlihouse,price „.   ,'      , ..
,, ,„   ,, Slock Qiniliiliiiiis.
.ill cents nl <i. I. Rogers.    '
Furnished by Benin, Hutchison
(Itmlon Simiii win. hus.lieei, em-, & B1    „ )miki,1.i) (.,.nllll,.„ol; B, C.
ploveil hv lhe C. P. R. nl  Hirdiir. I „  „ „, ...
1    -,,   -         ,    ,       .   ,        ,,       I Nurlli Star  1-
wus Inked to tin- Itospitnl on Mon-' Si.'liv,,,,  f
tiny   willt   u severe .-ithick of   In j St. UiIkiiiib  h"
l'tij-tii*  1'
IVnr liniil*- l'ulit.uli.liili..l  1*'
eiii-oiite hottie from  Pcrnie, where     .,.,    ,,     ,      ,     ,
1111       ,   1    1    1,    ,1        1         ""'' imihro-ik   plnyei-s iiiiide 11 !
lie hull lieen In look niter lite   eoke           ,            ,    i    ,   ■       ■                          „ (r
(TOOtl    Bllll't,  lull   III   lhe   uonrse   ll i
1 lil'leen or Iwenly niiinites Ihey lie.
Dohei'ly. neeil 112. iiiiii ill ci    wiiiilc.l. showing Iln*  need
Wiinlnei-Moinliiy. Muy isih.    I),.. Jul'   longer   prncliee.     Tlu-   l.elli- ,,    ,,„.,,
eenscil   wns  lhe   iiiiilhcr of   Mrs.  hidge lsiys hnd 11 grcnl   iiiIviiiiIi.*... 4   W V & ffl
(ictirge Pii-|iiiu nn.l  wus Iniricil ill  in Ihnl wuy. nnd could   keep nwny '}    ¥ 'V/Vj,i r
Wni-tliier.                                         jl'i-oin IheCriiiilii-ot.k  Ihivb   hv  ni|'i-| 'f     \*\!\/^nrff*l'i|l
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. id run
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Tin* leniii wus nitide up ns fol-
nws: (itinl. I-', llui-ns: I'oiiil. Il.i
Cuiiiertni: Ocnler poinl. II. Porlci;
 "'" jlsl defence, A, l,eilt-h:2iid ileli-nee
JN. Billillnl defence,  Iv   Doiikin;
K, II. Brown,  i-epi-eBCiitiug the Center, ll. MePcuk: H11I  liome   D.
1). nl It.  Iv. mul  Wnll   Ktlun 11 Is. |.M'*1 1 2nd  home, S. Cliiuccy:
the lint'L. I-', left List  Fiitlny  for 1st home, B. Title: Outside I ie
WinniiH'g lo utl 1 u  meeting of Kl-  Mtiiiiihiini  tusldu home, Frixl
lit.- two orders, Kenny.
Mrs. .1.(1 reel* mul
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A Splciitlitl Conference.
Rev. 'Thompson nnd W. T. Reid!  j
reliirneil Insl week  from  Victo
wliere  Ihey   ulleiiiletl  the iiiiiiuul
etinferenee ttf tlie Melhotlisl chlircll
W.'lltl   live pel'eelil  0     the   ten   ,.      __, „„
it* I* 11   ..  T 1)   '"' ,llls I"*0'""-'''•    ll"''.v   ''.'P"i'l   •'
se I is our own l*e Kill e tt . t . K.     . t  .   e i ,■ i        i
'spleiuliil coiih'l-eiice, uml ti pleusmil
t,*:p. The following appointments
were m,-i.It- liu* Snulh   I'.'usl   Koole-
S. Sluwni-t, n I'l'sitli'iil of Wnnl-
11.*r in tlie curly duys. lielter known
us "Into It" Slewnrt wns iu lown
Sntnnlny. He hud just n-tni-m-il
from tlie llouiidiiry couniry wliei-e
he hits lieen living Ihe pnst tin-
lours.
Bin-rod Plymouth Rocks exclu-
ii'velj I'..i* live yenrs. eggs sI..">,) for
1:1 rutin fowls nol rclnled. No
mitre fowls for side.
X. A. .'InckBoii,
.\l,*it*l.'..l. Allit'il.-t.
•Tunics Rynn left lust Kridny for
nu I'xientleii trip through I'jiistern
C'liniitln iiiul Ilu- UiiBlern Sliites.
lie will visit liis oltl home, uml
iilson  liriiiher in Boston, nnd  ex-
I is   lo   In*  nliseiil   tilt,nit    tun
 ths.
Mrs. It. li..Inniiosi ul finally
expect to letive tor their new homo
in Cnlgury, next Weiltu-silny. The
hoiiseholil I'lirttitiire is lieing pnt-k-
eil Ihis week llllll till- house will lie
viitnlcil  Snliti-ihiy.   Mr. .liiiiiieson
will sent! hispl-iviltet-lll-fortllellloll
Tiiesilny.
Willium Kscliwig, of ilu- Norlh.
It    liolel.    l-'el'llie.    Willi    ill   lown
Snliit'tlny while the eust hound
Irnin wus tleluyiil heiv, hnviiig jnsl
reliirneil front Xelstiu where he
hud lieell Slllllllliilieil us 11 witllt'BB
ill snnie of the Pcruie "gel ont"
enses. Mr. Kscliwig is one of the
successful men nf Fernie, lie hus
iiintte nioiiey nnil invested it wisely
mul today lins rciiBou In he plonsed
Ihut he wcn'l In tlmt town. Mr.
Ksehwig. nr "Bill." ns he is gen-
ernlly enlled. is known ns u stpinrc
inuu who pnys whnt he owes nnd
never hikes 11 inenii udvilllhige nf
nny persou.
grippe,
Tint l-'nniH.ol'Movie, is  ul   St.' *'<>.v  I	
Bllff-111' hcspill 1   livnlnit.nt   J""™J "*"
fnr I'lieuiiiulisin.    Mr.   l-'nrrell   Ims ' CrnnsNestroil	
Iici'ii snll'ci-iiig ull winter from Ihis 'Bi-.Eii-ri.no Mt. Mln...	
,       ,, 11-       t-    ,      i.i        11   ('tilt. Oil tuiil I'iiiiI Mint" I.UI
lllll he.  um     is   Iur   llltlll   Ills   nit      .„    ,   ,,    .      ,,. ,
All, tin I mil ,in,ll uiu.	
self pliysieully, Bam I'tuit-ii Nml I'..ut,, ■■•
Crniiln-ook, Rev. H. .T. Thompson
Moyie. Rev. B, B. 8. Taylor,
Kiinlierley. Rev. .1. Dlllliliilll.
Fernie, Rev. .1. Kolison. B. A.
Morrissey. Rev. li. Iv Smilh. S.
T, I,.
.Michel. Rev. II. Iv Murshllll.
Conl Creek. Rev. T. C. t'ulwell.
Klkn. Rev. ('. Doekslntler.
Rev. Slillinnn wns Irnnsi'envtl
frmn Kernie to Rosslimtl. nml Rev.
Cnnner frtilll Morrissey lo .Tnmi'll
Buy elturt-h. Victoria,
This gentleman is admiring ihc j*,
beautiful line ni hits which can ^
only be purchased w here all good ^
dressers set their furnishings, al |
lhe It
ft Ft. Steele Mercantile Co.Limi<ed {
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Dont be Afraid
[| Of a shortage in the food supply in Cranbrook j
because of blockade of the railway at Frank, ?
for wc have added to our heavy stock a car of
choice groceries, and are prepared t.i supply }
the wants of any appetite with anything from
(i. li. choclates to a salt codfish.
King; Hercantile Co.
Across Ihc Slide.
Siijii'i-inti'iidi'iil Ttiylur ;inil will'
returned from Frouk Inst Kridny.
where Mr. Taylor lias Ihvii Hinee
the si uie su|)i'i*iiilrtiiliiiii tlie worl-i
nl' eonstmi'tiiip; the new Irark over
iln- dainatri'il vnlley. Hi-was burned imi liultermil brown, Bliowinii
lltf I'HVi'ts ol* wind and suit, and
was thoroughly tired out. as ii hits
lieen 11 long, Imnl slrain. The
work was in direet charge of John
Breekeuridge, of Bivelteiiridgi1 -.V*
Lund, who make a gifjil record in
rapid railroad building, ami furnished a Irark across Iln- glide a
month or sis weeks l)efore il was j p'
through I |iossibli' when tin* work [?
wub innugurnted. No nioiiey wns [t^
spared and tin unlimited number
of men were employed. The railway coiiipmiy wanted the job finished, and il was.
* Our line is exceedingly replete, comprising staples which are  J
* the standard for excellence and merit, while the collection of »
FANCY SUITINGS
Overcoatings and Trouserings contains many exclusive and con- *
♦ fined styles of the best foreign and domestic manufactures and •
* our entire collection has no equal for  complete and varied assort- «
ment and stylish designs and colorings, f
McSWEYN & GRIFFITH, ;
The Leading Tailors                                          Crarbrook, B. C.  ',
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THE WENTWORTH
Picliirc Men Were Here.
A   number of  people in  Cranbrook  hail  an  experience  with  n
roilple   of fresh   gUJ'S   With   white
vests  who  were  worklug the old
picture gutne mi the public.    It  is ——
the old story of enlarging a picture i
for nothing nnd selling lhe owner f?*
a cheap frame for aliig price.   The   ' *
two   individuals   referrwl   to had
trouble with a  munlier of ladies,
and  finnlly left.     They did  ran-
sideriible Imsiness,  however.    As] J
lone; as the liumaii riiee lives, just
so long will games of this kind  he
worked.    Auy one who gave an
OPERA
MOUSE IN
CONNECTION
A MODERN   HOTEL
IN A MODERN TOWN
ROLLINS & DICKINSON,
Proprietors.
^M^lEBiimSilSSS'lffiS]S]iSHiSllSSffl®
Cranbrook
li Hotel 3 3
finesls Comfort a Specialty
("until SlatiliiiK in Connection
Unit on
It,
..   ».-|..-il)
2. lonli-r to limii 11 picttiru i'iilni'ii;«l,
 I.I linve  ii.'iti' tn   Mra.  I'ri'st,
who would lmvi' aent il ton i-iilintilti
hotiBi' mul I. I'i ii t<> tin- [Hirchnaor'a
ttwn jiitli'ini'iit n*t lu a t'ninii..
Nearest to r.-iiltti.til ami ilepot.   tins iccotimiadn.
tltms fm the puttlic iiiiei|iinlli-.t iii Cranbrook.
llul mul Cold l!:iili.
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JAMES RYAN
 Proprietor Till.   GRAN nilOOK    IIKIIAU-
IN  EVERY
WALK  IN   LIFE
la every walls in life nur clothes arc worn tuid
distinguished for (lie faultless maurer in, wiiii li
they are uiude.
ROYAL
BRAND
Tailor-Made
Clothing'
is growing more popular
every day as the public
leaniS and appreciates tlio
fact that at last they can
obtain neat, tasty, perfect-
fitting garments, which are
equal to those made by the
best custom tailors and for .1 nominal price.
Cod Clothl.r. .11 .v.r Canada ..11 ROYAL BRAND Clothing.
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Uut111f.11.-t111e.ll1v 1-:   A   SMAI.I, tt CO., Mmilre*!. f.mnilerH ami   m.ki-i
iJiiifU u Tuilui MhUb ciutiitiia, Reidy-lu .Ntur.
Sold by W. T. Reid & Co.
I       HARRIS & JOLL1FFE      B
9 Besr to inform tht people of Cranbrook that they have houjl-.t 5j
Q Mr. Maycock's interest in the lirm of Maycock & Harris and jQ
9 have amalgamated with the *&
9        Meat Business tlieir Hour and Feed Business S
Q Harris & Jolliffe solicits a share of the trade of the town and Q
G feel confident that by giving careful attention to business they «j»
)~ ■  can insure satisfaction. C)
Surveys „,	
Land Purchases,
Pre-Emptions,
Mining Claims,
Etc., made by contract
THOS. T. McVITTIE. P.I..S.
I>. II. Fori Steele, B. C.
BRICK
We have a stock ol
Common Brick,
Pressed Brick,
Fire Brick
and Tile
Those wanting chimneys, (ire
places, boilers lined, or any job
work in the brick line call on
Geo. R. Taylor
CHARLES P. CAMIMU-I.I.,
Undertaking And
Embalming;
Ornthmtc of Cltatiiploti college of   U, S
Ollice iiiul store, Aiken block,
neur CaiiAilimi Hunk of Com*
iiicrc*.*, Crnnbrook, li C.
IplmlMcrlnn anil Oeneril Furillure UepiirlMg
Will alien,! to any work in Uie ilihlrict
A<xent lor lhe llrandon Marble and Oranile
Work t.   roHillstiineii lleadflunea ck.
Cranbrook
Livery 3
GEARY& DOYLE
Proprietors j* .** .**
W. F. GURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
(IIIANIIKOOK,   1IPITISII   COI.UM11IA
J. Q. CUMMINOS
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
FORT STEELE
DR. F. E. KING,
DENTIST
uricii HOURS:
u to I..' a tn.
I lo ,l |, ai.
T lo M p  III.
CRANBROOK, II. C.
(i. H. THOHPSON.
Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary Public.
Sutlcllor tor Ihe Imperial Raak ol Canada
Tae Colaalat l.vealaieal aad Loan Company.
Cranbrook, li. C.
Trams ami ttrlvera flirnialietl for ally
point in the district.
HARRY FAIRFIELD
Manager   jl   ,*•   jl
Lranbrook Lodfe, No. Jl
jfe A. F. 4 A. M.
lii'ltiiliiT i„.,',iiiii. nil Ilia
tliinl 'I Inn mIi) nl tin-
\ "       ini'lilli,
VlalUUil iiiriliritn ivi-li'inii. .1.
.,1 A. Ukai.e, 5""*r,
JAMES GREER
Contractor
and Builder  J,
All wark iiira.leed.   Sec .a belore
>tm baild.   II will pay you.
Cranbrook, IS C
Spokane Falls &
Northern R'yCo.
Nelson & PI. Shcphard R'y Co.,
Red    Mountain    Railway   Co
Tit. only all rail mule lietweelt till
lunula Halt, Went ami Smith It	
ROSSLAND,
NELSON aad
Intermediate Points,
Connecting at
SI'OKANK will, the
Great Northern, Northern Pacilic
and 0. R. & N. Company.
Nelson with Steamer tor Kaslo
and All Kootenay   Lake Point*,,
Myers Falls with Stage Dally lor
Republic, and
Connects tlaily
At    IJossburg   Stage   Daily   Iur
tirand Forks and tireenwiHid.
tt i. Jackson, uh h.m. tii.
east Kootenay Employment .fluency
Useful alike to Employer and
Hen Seeking Employment **.*
ARNOLD & ROBERTS, Managers
PHONE 99  LRANBROOK, II. C,
DARE-DEVILTRIES.
,'rnnk. ol a  i'....l-,,...-•■> i:..<i>i„*«- n,
,t„ll,litiu „|   m.iuuii, Ur,,,-,--   llttl
ll.- lie Illorj.
t i,i*i ..
win
lit
il  ,111
"wliila *i<»il.iin* .it ih.* lit-, In-i.l-rt'
...■-■>nm Hi.* Mnmirti nlti'ti Hit' I''"
i*,ii,l lli.ii>** .niu*- ln.it ii|i|iiinii-tiitl vxitIlia, tin.  li.-i  ..I I'ltttl tillift- .. l'.-'-i. rl.
i.i.-}  »|iriinu .... ..i.....: il.-  "       I
 j i-i.-tr   . ..mt.-.;,-,i i >..■ t.-1. in-...s.
U.'ll-   i-    Hl.,1    nt,   ,,„■   ■ i    ..'-
I   -Mil ■!»■-*.   I'-"*   |'lt ll'.    "I    I'- "-'I
i,  „i  ii siiiImiiiI      ll  lit- »"....
In.in- I stiilili-lilj li mil .i -ji-i-.i, t-hiiul
.i„n, tl,.* inn,   ,.l„, t-.-i.ri. iill .....I.i'i
it|i     llilisln.  in.   .."-.  I --...   "'I
sic I I llml plunk  -i	
mi,nil I I.,,', ilm,  Ut- nltlrl-
ponl 1,,-lun      I l.i.-u  I." wus i'i.ina I"
i-i,nut, mul  I  ^1, ,1 i„ I.mi-   hul   It-
mu- Ian Willi ll|t '.. In-ur.   IVIllwi-.il.--
I»    lit'   ..-.ll'. 'I Ml   IU'  IL-Ulll.41  UlO
iniit.llt- ,,i ll.- I'i.ml. It M.i"-'.--l I'm
tlonil unit Iii** n-clulil .min I .'""I'l
-,•■ li-tti Iwlw.-f li lilt. it... shurl **'i|-
|,]|-|||IB   mil I   iln   .until-.--'*-    nl
whirl, th \ i.... .il ll,. -nu Hi- un.l
in linn ni htm iln nil-*, hnstlulul
nnd Itwkttl Inii-k m — how Ilm oilier wns.     1   Hii'.i-I'l  In* wus irnliui '"
.,ii    --.. -ti,   hi-iimu-iI iimii
i-ilij s nf Hi- I'l.ml, wllh his liiiuils.
uml llirawln*, tils (—l up, -iiinil "'.
hi- h ml. klrkln-, Iii- I-.** in lit* nit*.
tllifkiti; hist Is Inu-llt-l'.  I vi-Iiiiii! In lit- li-i'i'ili.-il „i,l.,..'..*is. Tills Im
illil tor ..i.i,iii ,i ml mi 11- II H-.-nii'il to
„i,   Hi.,.  ,,ii-l\      'lh. ii In- It'l   III-    luil
ilri.p ilown, >i I up. wnvnil his hul.
nii<t ii'i.it-it nlnn*. Hi-   'l.n,     in   Hi,.
nl hor    slit-,    -11.1   ilnwi    of   Hi,.
It'iti-us hul '-.- hilllll uiul   rnttiilntil
lit.. Bi-uiiiiil      ft-,, illst-liiiririil  hllu.  ol
i-oursi-,      .-I ill '.- .'..-■•     Ilu
not   nil   ilf k'lnri    Ills li-llnws   '..it'll
llllll.     mul   Im   ,',.;.Ill   rt ill I   work
mi* whi'i'.',"   riisisur's  Mii-ju'.ill-.
AN ADMIRER OF BURNS.
It.nuti it, ,l,i   I'tift'. I'l.itlnri's wtt.-ti
l.i> Iti-il nl -.-iiriiult-'H Mitiiiiniftil.
\n    .ml it      'I'oi-nltlti uilluirui     ot
■■lit i-'    l urns .- rllntltH il... I..'
lu.. in*);:
I   wns st-uluil mi ,i  l.-.-.-lr ..i,.I-i' un
intiln-ii- .-  I-.,   it.  .I,-  lltirilciil-
tiititl     tlm-.' li-   H..-  iilliir  utlu.n 1
.ii.iiiii'.  ih- Ii,*.,iii*   ol tit-   I-,', ntl-
lillrlllll'lli..   M-rilt nt    it— I    III.'
vurluirnliil Ihiwurs, whtui in. -'.■-
lull mt th- riilnssul lironiw slultlu nl
l:,.l„.ii   lltirns      Ituliurl   lliirns!   How
ii.uiiv  li -n.-i.- Ilirlll ni   Hi t"	
I|i„I   nn !       Uli-r-v.-t-   tin-    I'nili'll
lutiL'-uni! i- slu' -n. whiruvur th- .'.-tl
linn    ,,l    I-it .-luiil 'in-. I.- nturltil.
I-I-
Snltlli
."I*     III-   li-nl'ts      I
l-illlltll  ll unit 111
lipilllti-llt
■ii I- IVi'il
uliit ll   III '   li'l-s.   -'I'.,   I'm-    ill   lli-uv-
liuvu lnul llmlr lit-" i-l isl uiul ili"it
Ims    lirl-th   n.l      I-   Iii-   lii-nullful
Mini;-    tlini *. linvti rt'iitnltil o, llii'li-
sins     nn I    tell     lli-    -ii   ill   -hn	
iniin'liti- tin it- Intra  ..:- th-,'   pt-rnsuil
■*l h -    rnitnt---    Stililt'ilu.l     Mglil,"
win ii  Iluni. Iiiii-I   fill-Ill-
"I'tirsi    his   |.-<'iii>,.il    hull,    ills-
hill
•Ih.
IVIm .-.mill wiih nl I. -I... onsnni-
itn;- nri,
lit*,,ii*.    -w—I    -l-nniu's  lliisllspuullnji
viiiilli "
(ll-.nl   wus   llti'iurl   II -.   I -
wit- iiiil   ill- iii'-i s- ul llltntluut. tt
n-us -i.ni-il.-ii-j i.-ii.-i-     li In.v in H.i*
lll'i Illl 111 111 hi- -■inliilhi-s, ill Ills
-nn I      liiiiiin.il.        iiiul   ns   In-     WIIH
ultlt     ill      mill,  oi I mi   kiinln-ss.
Trill', ll" ll "1 hi- (null-, hul. Um d.-
f-i'is in li's iliuriielur wurc tlinre
wlllt-ll  fit-r. ilieillupiillj Hi- l lie
.tl
ihl
Mi i|...-|i-,.!-.   Ilr.'d-ii,  IlolilHJl.illl   "I!
IVulv -|".-I- tin t.i.I nl Itutlllsl, Inn
«,. In i'i llllll unit win. t-itiilil pun
..mh Ihtm-rhls ti- ih*. i-ntilil tu.. he
l.ml .it hi'in-t H" I .im. ilml Until-,
who ttl.pl  ul  111-   i'.nl.",I..i.i  ili-lr.n--
I i  n   ii itiiin  ilnis;,   uiul   tt-rltn
;i I iti.i I   il   tl  | Ill   n llul.  In,-   mil   I "HI
t-Mt'll. ll sl   hul- l.i'.i    n Hi..ill nnin
mt ■ n( nnliire's niihllll*
I.ill-   mil i   n'      w..rlil's   m-ul.-l
suns llol., rl     tltu-iiH    ..... im-,i     in
I in,,1.1-     i-lm.liwli .-. nnil  Ilm rur-
relll ni' his Mi- wns n. tilt mil I llul
ill III- Inl.-nl (in- ,11'i'iilltiiliilitt*,-
w.iillh is mil n   inn- i.,,■., of pitt-llt-
nonius       tl - "I.'   i. -    u'.-
«h ii   \I i - i-ti inilironuil
I ,i I ,*.-. i- ili'tlll Iiinil*. ii,i|.i'i>. illi III
li, ill ■ lust .li'i;,".-. 1. it- nln ills in
mill       Mis  fori s  were ovor ul    n
I,,n   "il  mul ti wns nut   ,i- i- 'it'ti-,'.
uiu Mm t'tist*. nil ui't-i- in- <l I. Mini
Hi- wnrlil (tint. Iillu Hull hniiiir «hlt|i
IV.is hi- <>'t". nun hi- i.mn- is n
Ill.l.Mlll.llll   It.nil    iilill   I'li'll.ll.l. Ills -1,1-1
n- w, liuve iu Hi- 11.-■;,i nil it-til llnr,
ileus.  ii,-« i-i.-n.-l, i reelid  1.1   Ills
.1 Hootch , low
■lhe expiirls .,f I'niimlu Iiiimi ihmhl-
Ihu si   iitrliiii  llul,,  i eronsetl    In
nlxlj per t- ni    As „ii illnsii-uiitiii „r
tlutt   r t.li.ni  .....I.- l.- uinlilii-*   lis
iini ilirni ehittii ih,. it in-1,1 || |s ni-ii.
lionoil   lh f  Mt- prntlure    nf    lh .
mills uf  Ci lu.   in   Which    11."i "    n,|.
n.tw   '"..'.it.     Mil,nil,'.-  in if,     II,..
t'titt'tiis Hud Iholr chief luurkel in
AiMlralnnl.li mul llml iii llerlniin*
llll'l-l.   i-  tl   ItHKo  il-liliilitl   fin-  tiKlio  I-
liiinl   im|.It-lit,-ins  uf I'litiuilinit   ti	
fn-iui-t.  H. is iii keeping with  „ll  this,
nml   in   -tu Mu Itn,I	
Sllll   ol ll,   Mini   lit- Will Illl,'III   nf    |ti.
mi'-. I o .-  ri'lttirils     lh..
Iiilloil  Slnlus,  Ims  I   Hlniii-cor
n, reconl yours, 'rlioro is no mil, or
iliuiiill.l null.t.i.ns ..I iiliii-.Mill.ni n,
Hi.. Slnlos.       ('itunilit    hus    her	
All InlercstinK Individual.
l-A..|„-,-ili,-r. 1). W. Hiioiins wns
un tin- tr.iin Snlimliiv fiiniillfliiliis
Itiiiiii-   in   Victoriii   from   P.-riti.',
wlifti-   In-   visilril    liis    suit.     III*.
Hi-iKiiiH.   Mr. KIuk'uik is n most
inli-ri'slitiu rli.tnifli'i-. iiiul mu-
tii-M-i- lins lit'iirillU liini It'll "I ll"'
flirty ilnys mt tin' i-imsl. Ilf wns
in Sun l-'riini-is.-ti wiifii il wits ii
villi!-f. Sfitttlf ttlu-ii il wns tl fliilll
l.,il. \ 1,1..11,1 iH'folV il t'ltlllti   I'lllllll
|0 In* :t lown, uiul Vi iiiivt'l* ttlli-ll
lllt-rt- wns mtlliini* tlli'll' luit In-t-s
.-inil ltti|ii's. Mr. Himiiits is it
vi'li'lllll ni'ws|i,-i|it't-ni,-iii. iiiiiI wns
iiiii- nf Ilu- tivi- priiitfis will, slurlftl
I lit- Sun l-'ruiii-isi-ii Cull. At |iri-s-
,*ut lif is writing ii si-rii-s of
nrtii'los I'm- ilu* fi'iist  |iui»Ts ilml
i-liilsiilv    liis    l-ffilllfl'tillllS   of   Iho
i-nrly ilnys, nml Iln- limn will i-onu-
wlii'ii lluisi- tiilus will provo vnlu-
.-.1,1,- ns ri'fttrilftl history l».v ono
fiiiint-iilly lillftl I" olli.-iiit.' ns liis-
toriiin.
Western Canada Culli-ge.
TIiiti* is ;i movt'tnoiil mi foot tu
iiriruiiizi* n t'ollog." I'm* Wi-sti-rn
C'liiiiiiln. iiiul Otilf-nry Ims Ih-i-i,
sflfi-ti-il ns tin1 locution, rtuii-
ir.i11,-,-s lmvi- lii-fii ut wurk r.'iisiiiii*
n fiiiiil in C'nlpiry. nnd lmvi- sfi-iii-fil
iii-nrl.v -sS.IHKl in slllisfripliolis.
lii'V. Mi-lii-n is uilliviissinx i-nslcrii
liiilisli Ciliiinlii.-i in lH'Imir of iln-
ni'W iiistitnlitni. uml s|m-,,1 ii I'.-w
diiys in Ci'iiiilirooli this wi-i-l* for
iiiul |„ii-|his,-. An institution of
ihis kind. |iri,|ifi*ly niiiiiiii-i'il. W'onlil
pruvvii gri-nt I'fiii-tit to this suction
nr Ilu* niniilrv. (is il wuuld ..roviilp
;i |»iii|H'i- |ih fur iKiri-nts to smul
llu-ir chililri-ii. i-fiuh-riui; il Ulinni'-
ffssury Iu plm-i' thfiu in 11,. • 1»>.-. 111 -
in*; sohiiuls uf Iln- mist.
Thc 0. R. C.
l-iltslini-i,', Ph., Mny 111.   Must of
iln- urniiil olHt'crs nf tin* older uf
ruilwny i-ondiictoi-s wi'i-n nli'i'liil nl
yi'slfiilny's si-ssinu nf Ilu- I'linvi-n-
linii. K. K. Clnrk will niQiiii Ik.
jri-iind i-hifl'i-nndin-tur. (it ,1 ilii-ri'llfic
ut SIMIH) in snliiry. Ilu-sum now lif-
ill-r  SlilHHI;     (llirrutsi.il,   iissislnnl
imniil i-huif, will rit-i'ivi' KWOO ns
will Miixwull Ki'iitnl sfi-ri'tiiry nnd
ti'uiisni'ur. Tliu snliiry uf Wilkins
■Li.-Ji nt I sfiiiur i-oiiiliii-liir. will in-
S&ilX) mi iiifivnsi. uf S500, nnd
Slif|i|i,'ii*il. tin- khiiiiI junior uoii-
ilm-tur nlsn lifts mi infri-usi- from
S2IKKI In S2.MMI.
Joe Ones Higher.
.Iitsi'ph S, I'ni-ti-i'. dlsil'it'l |ins-
sfiiffi- niifiil nf tin- I'. I', lt. nt
Ni-lsuii. litis llffll pi'iiiuuti-tl tu
Lri'iu-riil Wfstfi'ii pnssi-iiuft-r ngi'lit nt
Vniit-nuvfi-.    lit- tllki'S thu Jlllit*,' nf
\'l. .1. C'nylii, whn 1-UfH 111 WillllipfL.'.
Mr. Cuyli- tnk.-s Mr. Mfl'lu-i-siin's
position, whn in lurn ps's lip
hiiilii-r.
'I'hf llfi'idil I'oiigriiliilntus Ilu*
('. I', it. nu tin- priiiuutiiiii uf sil.-ll
11 nood uu,11. Mr. Curt,-1-is ;, rnil-
l-oiid ilipluiiinl nnd liis iinliinil
uliility nnd unlli'lug piiorgy is
hound 1" lund him limlu-r iu tin-
Sfi-vii-i-s uf thi- I'liinpmiy.
Carlyle's (innil Record.
A ilispnli-h lu IhfTuruutnliliili,
sliili-s llml W. A. C'nrlyli', furiiifrly
pruviiii-iul miiiurnlogisl in Britisli
('nlnn,1,'in. uud l.ilf r nu lif rul mini-
iigurnf Ilu- In- lt"i cnuiiinuy. who
is now  liillililllllIK diifi-tur uf tin-
ISiu Tinl ip|K'i- minus in  Simiii
hus ni thf un.l uf his iln-,-,- yi'iiiB
innnn-ii-i I 1 11 nbli' I" give thu
iliri-.'i'.rs twfiity millions ot.lollnrs
nlaivu nil 1-xjH'iirti-n. Mr. I'mlyli-.s
snliiry is livunly-livf thulisilllfl ilnl-
Inrs n yniir.
Notice.
Tliu puliliu is huruliy noliliutl thut
thf liiiiillllts nf Ilu- (I. II. Milii-r
hiinlwnff sluri- nruussigiifd tu Mfi*-
riuk Andfi'snii & l'o.. und ure i»iy-
nlili' lu W. Butts, thuir n-ruiit.
(i.H. .Miner.
For Sole Cheap.
flu Dnkvr Hill, smith uf Prusliy-
^liiPll'u-Al.urilucn    (Scull ''*"-»'tcrlnn   |mmoilllge,    (IihkI   shImI.Ii.-
 *— tinl coltnge 22x28 on tiro lots, live
mis.,-s.",":".m":';':;;,ii.,. „,..,-!-"- »* ^ ifai()' *-''«"1
llroiuun in in*   Kit.]     n.im.iii -   shed lllxn mid good jmntry, nlso 11
V-s   ,,„„„.       Il-.i-i-    -in,    .,-1  '        ]   ,- „||   m„„l    Applv nil
ll, n lorstiirni,     Pro  11 s,. ii-iiiui,    K . ,,*
Hull   I  •- nl   n-l-nl- I., liu ill III- 'iiu-i.    till' |iretlllSI'S. .1. Ij. l.ltXOII,
"i'1""-'   ^   I'di™ ii. - littifpoim-y I       7.:it Crnnbrook. B. 0,
Couilc, ,
vnsllv    iniiru   cnnscl
olri-iiirlh us ,i si'tr-Rii
un      lllllo    Hl.ll
tltmi  ui in wni'l.
i-ciul poi-lii
inn.    if    not
Ils  ll.'Slilll'
Mm  Mill i- 51
Iii iMeituiry of pernio Diauslcr.
l-'flllif l*'li',' 1'ivs.s. Mnj  l':i     Tin*
uiiiifs uif i-lnsftl l.-il.-i) In  iln- or
* 1,-1* ,.f tlu* r.inl Cuuiyniu    iiiiiiiugi*.
uifiit ns ii murk uf ri-s| ilul  iv
uifiiilirmiff uf tin* liilliulitulilu Ji*.
nslur wiiifli ui-fiiri-fil iu thu ('. il
('ruck mini'sii yunr ngn. N'.. w.n-l,
is lii-iin: dune lixlny in nnj |mrl nf
Ilie milieu. 'I'hf II.mum t'lilholi.,
fhuri-li lu-ld ii mi'llltil'itil nur, i.-u llii-.
fiilvnuiiii wilirll wus Inrgt'l) llllnll.l
isl. The lie, l-'.-Hli.-i• (liiult'lln, nf
('tuiil,iiMik, unu* ii \i-ry iini ii'ssivu
llddll'SS in   kunping   wiih   lh"  -ml
 urifs wlii,], Ilu-ilu. luciills,
Thu lil.ulsluiif union kepi y.s"
lerdnv ns I'liiiiineiiiernliuii Unv.
The milium gnlht'i-uil in ,. lnul. ut
their lotlgu rnutn mid iiitiri'liud lo
the ffinetery iviu-re thu III.il'llll I'.-.
inniiis nf tlu-ir ilf.-ul uotiirtiduK wuru
luiil n yunr tigo, Th.-re. nppi'npi:i-
nle surviees were i-otliluuled iiuilel"
thu ■.-Itni-gn "f lifts, (lui'ili.n uml
lloiiglit.,11 whn dulivui-ud ultipieiil
lltldri-ssfS ree.-lllillf lilt* s;ii    lllulllo.
rius iif si'i'iius witiifssctl ii yunr
ngn nml from whii-h wi'iv .Ii-iIiu-IihI
siiil.-ilili- mul wnriliy lessons I'm' nil.
Thf Slnvitiiis were in It I n *ssi *t I Ly
unu nf tin-ir countrymen,    Sni'iiil
lllllsie furineil pt, 1*1 uf lhe   s.'l'vii-f.-i.
Thu lmsiues houses were closi-d
from two ii'elui-li in,ul I'mu*.
Iur Sole.
Disiiulilf ifsidfiiff mi linker
I Iill. tiii'iiui'f uml wuter i-oliven.
ifiif.'M. Apply in <i. W, I'.iiiiiiii-,-, 7
W.......A**.*.*.A.......A*
|   IM'0-DATE PICTURES    l
* l-'ur lip-tU'lllltc | '1- is w hul Iln
}       PREST PHOTO CO.
J   will give v.ni.   Wu lllitku tlm i.-.i-   »
i    liitu.-l ill '('iii'linus un.l I'liitin    J
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* .,..*...,........4,....-l.'i-,
}      ENGLISH DRYOOODS     J
ii Wo nre lieiiiluiuirlL'rs fnr nnylliluii >
}   in Ll,Ifl lim*.     Cull iii nml nee ur.   ►
«-
},   \Veiils..;koi-|.
j Tobaccos, Cigars.
1        Candies, Nuts, etc.
|        Toys and Novelties
| MIS. LACEY t
I-   Ai'iiiKtronu A veil no
*
*■ ******W*9*99**tW*****f1*t* >
Butter
and Eggs
Dnlry Butter, mils    :!*v
fresh I'lfiiuifiy. in lirit-ks...    -!.),-
Fresh Cruniuel*)'. in II mul ^-.
I>• >t,,..I Ihim-s    2Hu
l-'l'i-sll     Kggs     In-i-fivi'il    liy
freight l     -Me
fresh Kggs ireeeived liy express)   22._i'
Si-w Luiil Hggs     !!()(■
AT
Q.T. Rogers.
HILL & CO.
Headquarters for Cliilliiiis ior
MAN AM) BOY
Prices Were Never So Low
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
LAND DEPARTMENT
FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA
'!",'' C'niiiidinii I'.-u-ilif Ruilwny i-ouil»inv control n Ini-ge nn-ii ■ f the
ehni.-uiil fni-uiiiig nnd rniiehiug lunilj, in Ilie 101k. Kixiti'imv. Coluiiiliin
mul Slui'iiii ml!, •,.. In ih,- K'nuifiinv tlislri.-l mul in the Kettle river ;u ,|
"I ugilli   i.'illi-i-  in III.'limiiiiliirv disli'ifl.    A llll-gi' llllljnritl of these
IiuiiIh mv rendil) nei-esnilile liy mllwiiy.
TERMS OF PAYMENT
Tl'- nggregnte i in uf priueipnl .1... J iulen-st, i -... pi in lhe - . - ■
.•i lumis uml. r 82.51) per urre, is ,Iii id,.,I   inln ten iiislulineiils in slinwu
I.i iln* Ittl.lt- I.I. n: il-- Ilrsl p. In- -mid ,-,i tl, - lim,- ,,i ptirt!,. .-. Hi
..."I yi-nr fiiuii dnle ..I' piti-.-li.-is,-. iln   tliinl p.... renin, uiul  nmi
The following Initio kIiiiws iln- mi I  of lh.- i n't iitsliihii,.	
Ilitl iiuivn nl ilill.-ivtil pric.ii niuli-r llii-.-ilii.v.- euiidili m
lilt)nu..11 s'.'sip-i-.,,-. I-I iiislnliiiuiil s .'i'.i.'.i|.'.i,,pii,l iuslnl i   ul   ' .'	
Uii)nu.nl   lumperii,\ Isl iimtul nl     7I.IHI. 11 fi|iitil iiiHlnl'ls, !    lilMHI
Hill nu. ul   il.511 pi-r.-i-. I-.I iiislnliiiuiil     H'l.lKI, lli-ipinl iiislul'lsof     ill.lKI
IlillllC.llI     I MM p.-llir. Isl ilislullllelll       '.I'l.V,. ilfipinl j,,.,| ,| !..,.!'      SI 111-1
Hilllll.. Ill     l..',ll|.fllli-. Inl illHtlll Ill     HlT.S'i.'.Ifipiul in-.lnl I.. I       III 11111
lli I nu. ul   -"..mm p. rm*. I..I Iiislnliiiuiil   IID.Ho.'.luipinl iuslnl tsol    lim nil
Liii.ls im.li-l S-.'.-ill ,,,-r ,-i,. iv i-in- ,.,,1,1 un -In rl,-Min,-.
DISCOUNT FOR CASH
II lund is -mid tor in lull nl the ii I purehusn, i In.-ti.ni rmiu
the price will I..* ulloweil equal 1.. Ion  p.*r I mi iln-mn i piiil In
uxcussol Ihn  iisii.il  lush  Insliilini'iil.    Inlfiesl  ul   six per cent will Iki
ulini-gud nn iivutilnn iiinlnlmt'iitn.
TOWN   LOTS
Tin
quiii) i- nlsn iiiifivslfil in tliu full,.win,. liiwiiHili-H! Klku.
('i-.-iiil.ri.iik. Ki'mlii-ilv. Aldritlgc. Kilehuuer, I'lvsimi. iWlnr. Kelson.
(Icrrmil, l.eniiinl.iii, (.'nsllegiii-. t.'nscnile Oily, t-trnnd li'orks. l-3ln.lt,
Uiveiiw.HHl.tMiilwuy.  Nnkimji,  Ari-nwhenil,  IluvelBloke,  Donuld   und
k'miiliuip...    'I'.-iiii-. ..I' p.-iyi >l .-in- tiiic-thinl ciisli uml ilu- Uilmice in
six nnd twelve nu.i,liis. will, interest.
Km- further -inrliciilurs apply in lhe following local u ils:
W. M, l-V'st. (lutewnv. Miiiilnun'     .1. A. McCnlluiu. (Irn'iul I-',.. I.-.I I.e.
li. li. Bruce. U'ihncr, II. r. li. A. K,.|„i.-!l. |-:i,„li. I',, i'.
V. Hyde Bnker, Onuilirook, II. ('.    A. Ferguson, (In ivo ,*(. IV ('.
.1. T. Burgess, luleheiier. 11. ('.       .1. II. Sililinld. lierelKloke. II. t'.
I*:. Miill.-iiitlniiie. -Ir.. I'lvston, I'.. ('. ThuiiiiiH Aliriel. N'likiwp. II. ('.
II. K. StucUer. I'nsi-ude, I'.. I'. P..I. l-'ulimi. Iviimlouiis, ll.c.
I-'. ('. l-311i.it. Tmnl Luke Oily. B.C.
Or to ALEX. TAYLOR, District Land Agent nt Nelson, B. C.
Or.I.S. DENNIS, Land Commissioner fnr llritisli Columbia,
ul Calgary, Alberta.
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MORRISSEY, B. C.
Advertising is the thing that
tells people that you are nol
dead.
THF
AUSTRALIAN
HOTEL
i
is still in thc same place.
THE up-to-date hotel of the
district.
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|AUSTRALIAN   HOTEL,!
# Morrissey, IJ. C, "Jf;
|; II. I.. STKPHENS, Proprietor. %
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Markets        *
in all thc        M
Principal
Towns in
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Columbia.
P. Burns & Co
tt link-sale anil Ki-lall
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| Meat Merchants
<$, l-resh and Cured Meats Fresh
i$j Fish, (lame and Poultry.
*_J -iHli.
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^k Wc supply only thc best.   Your
Y trade Is solicited.
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LUMBER
Robinson McKenzie Lumber Co., Lid.
Saw and Planing: Mills
All Kinds Of
Rough and Dressed Lumber
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^ M. McINNIS, I
9 Dealer in 0
I ALL KINDS OF HEAT I
ts m
S3 Poultry, Fish and Oysters in Season. M
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