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THE CHA1NBROOK HERALD.
VOLUME 9,
CKANBROOK.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,    I'll I K*-I)A Y,   APRIL   10   190(1
NUMBER I
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital. $10,000,000.    Reserve Fund. $4,500,000
HEAD OFFICE,  TORONTO
«. K. WAUCBR, ii.iif.ai Manage. ALEX, LAIK1), \i»l, u. n I Managii
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN
THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND
A g.n.ral linkm, bu.in... Ir.n.tit.d    A.rount, mi, lir opened and iuinluel.il by
mill -.Ilk all Iii.iii'Ii.i il lln. Hank
SAVINGS HANK  DEPARTMENT
DcptmltM uf *i hiiJ upward* received, uud Interest allowed ut
tfurreut mice.   The dupo»li-n- is suhjccl t«i nu Uttlu) what-
cver iu the wlihdmwul uf the  whole or uuv
purlluu uf thu deposit
Cranbrook Branch,
F. C. MALPAS, Manager
IIHPERIAL BANK
I OF CANADA \
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8 CRANBROOK, B. C. *
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8 Capital Pai j Up $3,900,000.        Reserved Fund $3,900,0110. J
I Total Assets over $39,000,000 J
I HEAD OFFICE   -   -   TORONTO, ONT. *
! D. R. Wilkie, President. R. Jalfray, Vice-President *
• Branches in Provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Sas- 1
t katchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec t
i Interest allowed on Savings accounts FROM DATE OF DE- *
J POSIT at current rata and credited half yearly. Jjj
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J CRANBROOK BRANCH *
I J. F. M. PINKHAM, Manager.      *
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BEALE & ELWELL
Will Sell *
5 roomed dwelling: on Cranbrook St. for $550.
Payable $200 cash and bai
ance at $7.50 per month
until paid
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that cannot be impressed too strongly upon watch
owner*., This is it. A watch should receive the attention ci our repair department at least every IB
months. A cleaning and a little oil ir the right
places will work wonders.
W. H. WILSON.
JEWELER-   AND   OPTICIAN
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WILGA" PRIVATE HOTEL
The most comfortable house and the best
table in the Kootenays
Apply for terms Mrs. Holford, Cranbiook
Thli Gift, and The Price I
RUINED BY AN | THE FINK MERCANTILE CO,, Ltd
EARTHQUAKE
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San Francisco's Awful I
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PHONE  I
CRANBROOK'S Blli MAIL ORDER HOUSE
Calamity
Fire Completes Devastation of the j
Principal Cily  of the
Pacific Coast
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San Francisco, A|iiil 18.—The liusi |    ,ls ., result ..1 llw breaking nl   llw
nosa section ot tlw city trom Market  S|"u"i   Vallej       IVntet Iiany's
.    ,,.   .       ,    ',         i    ,,. ,    mains, Un- iimn nt Wan Mateo    was
street l.i Mission street    anil    Irom  „ |m|      „  WM Dw|     [0 (|re ||n||_
llii- bay hack 1ms been nlmosl com- ,„ ntajllB llral ,|„. ljn. K.,;I,,.,| M„.u
lili'U'lv wrecked by nn earth-quake headway in San Francisco.
lliis looming. Many buildings alongl The lown nl Sun Knfacl, desplle iis
Market anil Mission slrei-ts, inoludin {Xti? to skii trAJA! ''"' """
the department si..irs. aro collapseil '-pi,,. n,,, sV,-|ii down Hw stiTrls su
Hundreds ill |ii-..|ili. In llu* eheap1 rnpldl) Uiat it was priiolloall) imii n.-iui-iil district mt' ii*|iiiii.il kll-j possible iii save anything in iis way
lt*il. Fire lias lieen raging ami uv
inn In     Un*
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I iliv (Irand opera linn
Mll-riun  sn. i-l   iin.i in a nu.nn nl  lmil
v nt    water, is bunted through tin- root.    The Mel-
rapkll)  gelling beyond control.  Uns* ropdil |n ra i* p in   li in   \.*w
inei-s is siis|i,*i.il.*l Tin* ..lli.*'*s r.t York had lust npiii.*.! ils season
,l„. Postal Telegraph company In lho A'-JniAA 3ur',l R]JA
lli'lrait building   arc   wrcckeil, as In  ynm ihc opera linns., llm lire ininnl
Illi'      Assiii'ial.'l    Press    uiini* al  302   trom   1,milium      In    Inlil.lum    I'liu-lili
Muht'i'iiieti   slleel. I.'.lln.-*.  Hi iii        Tlm   r.ill  i.Iiii.n'l
The pre Iii llw vli'iuilv nf lln- Pal   »•"■     ""''' "■''   ;l' M"'»ls   "err
.„'■ J i >- -,,.11"  AJAA'AATAAA
lii.,,ii*l,nm,   ili.'si. Iiuililiii'..,.. .m.i    Iron.  I,..; i„ni,i „..    uili,.],     „i   |„||,
presenl       ll.ilir.ltn II*.     llll'l      »';1   l»H   ll"1'"'*   ''    ll"'   ' 'I   iml.ilili*   .-.111..'.-   ill
mm   i„ Uw   Ilnmrs Within hull     nn  s.'i;  Fi..w*im*i.     Two small  ii .I.n
bulldingl   linn. -.1.. .1  Unl  in mini,   ih,
W. G. & R.
and
STAR
Brand Shirts
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| We have just placed in stock a full |
| range of each of these brands; they %
% are up-to-date and you get a lull %
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$ vested.   Come in and see them.        §
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T The Place Where Vour Money Is Returned if (ioods Are,Nni Right
ARNOLD& ROBERTS
REAL  ESTATE & INSURANCE.
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lln*     hllllgn     II. s   I iml, 11
,., I tin' sl.,i„.  uill \i   Umi   in      nn
Tlw Valencia linli-l   between Seven- Pn-ssimi    was      le,   bin . sudden!)
*       i ■I,.*,.,, I,   (reels    on   """''' Wtts " '' '"Il- "' ~la"s* ^""l •'"
...ii.li      .m.i     1.mil...lllli sin.is.     nil   ,.,„,.„„,.   „.„,   il|*,„.|,,|        *|*|„.   I,,,,.,(,„
Valt-nt-ia slrwl. n live slum    li-iniu liiriilshiiiRS ol Ihc    I'.niiili (luui* were
biilHlng,    i,,|i].le,l     .mi   inli.     tl.*   Hn' nml  in gn, iluu as ihiuigh    In
he    lh-
11,ill      llll*     ."|l        s *
llle   llnllle         Tliis   uas   tnllinviil   |,v   ||
illllisl   s| lai-ulji*   illi illiili.      i'ln
remains ini.ni. groimil wiiiilmvs ..( Die ilnne   jkiwrd
A lmuse mi Fourteenth street, nen    like sn many full in. mis; llw;    liursl
Um Valeiieia    was    wrecknl, killing ami gave vmi I lo limn waving streams
.nt dame.    Tlie greal slruelure which
uv"  PCOP'C. I bail ivillisliin.1  tbe tmie nf Ibe enllll-
A ludging house nn Seventh slrei-t   quake, appeared   .1 nod    in iall    a
lielius'ii Howard and Mission, i-   nn  prey  to fire.     After n while,    how-
iiu*  nul seie-iii-me it   eighty people  ''"''■ "'•' HrIiI grew less intense ami
',,',■,     ,,    ,,,,,,'., ',.      ...„   Un*   lla s   rinding    e   In  e.nis I,
""'    l"'1"''"1   i" '"  '""".i'n      "   gradually \ivnl out, leaving the build-
H..1111111; mills                                      lug standing bul complete], gutted.
Al Kis'litiviiili nn.l Valencia strools 	
llieie   1- a  eleviee in   Hie  stleel     six SWRPT    HV   FLAMES.
teol   wide, ami onlire sidemilk.   arc 	
*.,.n, up, null Un* strool ear    tracks     San Francisco, April IS.—The Pal-
l.a.lli   liim'.-.I   ami traflic i- al     a nee    hotal    which    was  coiistanll)
-l.ili.Mill llllealelletl  by   lllC  lire,   lias   llle  seem*
lne uai.'i    sii|i[ili   m entirely    lu- ol much exciti.iiH.iit-, the guests leav-
,     ,  _,,„ i",   ,    ,„„„.     n,.-I   'tm  in haste,     mum    ol   lliem  wllh
.nl,,,,!.,'.- and I'l.ii.lm  m being    usi I m[y ^ oloMl|     ,,„*,,, „,,,,,. ,n  |,|||l|
i,, eheek ihe Humes llls thai  llw luitcl, being surrounded
Tlw    rooms in    11* Palace    holel  ,,„ „ll  Billons by streets,  wns likely
ami   vacated oarlj    in  'he morning  in remain     immune,   manv returned
1 1     Eimsts   ire now     returning lo "-"*' made arrangements lor ihe    removal of   tlieir    belongings, though
■■'■'• "" ""'" ''""'ls ' liiile eniil.l be taken away miiiig 1.1
Km   ihe benefit ol eastern    people   ihe niter absence ol    transportation
nlm have friends visiting and  In  llw   (nolliiles.     The  Pain t   building,     in
, .    , i_ B... ,,, sl.  i].,... |mv,, I,,,,   which neie located lhe chamliers    ol
lhe stale supreme court, the    lowei
'"'" 'i'i""''! I lloors being ilemie.l    in .ni Immense
Is llw hours *','i In  Mn- eseiieineiii   depai'lnienti store, was ruined, ilmugh
ion       imn. Intense      Every    tew  lis massive walls were nol all    dos-
,,, 1 1(s     ne heard     as  U"V'''I.     A  little iui Uur down Mar-
'   ,,    kei  streel   the aea.lenii     nf science,
dulliling. are Mow  slop   tho  |||(, ,,  ltl|1|(„     _,„..*, „„    llis.„„.v
lirogress ol tlte llaiiH-s.       The    lire  hiilliling burned like so mueh tinder
I,.,, .'ni,ni .m.i n ih,. mini nines up Sparks   carried     across     lho   wide
..,   , ...mi   ,.xl„.,j        ,ll(.   slleel,   ignited      lhe   Philall   lilllliling.
 ' ''"" ' '"   "'"   '-!""" .mil   lhe .llllll   ll.',l*ll,|li.iimm ,,[  lhe  lie
„i,'„l,*l       e.iitllal^r.illi'li   "I      Inntlelli   |lin ||(   D[ Oalltomia,   were hllineil.
 s I Sliil  1.eating   Hie bay, llle waters    ol
nn l.tiuei  Market strcol, tlw main which did the firemen   gunii service,
ih,,r. imhlaie. ,.f llie city,  ck after  »lj»*jf ""' .'|'"'l"', ""■'''" "'"k     |1"'
, , *.,,.        ,       Hialin   lunliling.   a handsomu    sky-
block nl BUbnlantlal buildings    have j,,,!,,,,,.,, am| converted semes ol soldi
1  destroyed. | business    blocks   intn     Binoiililering
Tlw Postal Telegraph building    ii piles ol bricks.     Haul... nml commer-
h lib- in nn -inv inm*      It  is     im- '''.'! houses, supposed in In* lire pmof
pnssiWc
lbe     iiiiinli.'!   nl
11 J   iiiii  ill modern build,  hurnoil
liel.ly  and   the    tual   nf
ihe Iiiii
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LATER NEWS
s,,ii Francisco,   April is.-1 p.m
'he liie 11. sliil bulimic and I1111I1I11
lealbs. Iiiii il  >:. believed lu    exceed  mul,I '   he heard    m
Wbieb   Hen*   l.lll   i'l   'he   duilgl I    luiiu.
Hen*   mam      llmils.ii.il*   ei.lii'.legaleil
null   uilliessell   Ibe .iwllll   mill     ((real
masse, „f names   rose   high In   ihe
heavens 01 rushed dim 11 .nine narrow
sl I.   mining    nililn.n   lielwein   Hi.
sidewalks and making .1 horizontal
ehiiiiiiev nl the funnel passageways.
in ibe buill nf the business Bcellou t|u, ,|lBHt, ,,,,,,1,,. ihai ,n,is,. Irom ibe
aie Ileum de*.liuiui iii slop ihe',.niiie business dislriel spread mil
spread ol   ihe dames.      The niimbec I'l"'    •>" Iminouse   (nnni'l mnl   eniilil
1 in   1     ,11 ,,, 1   -1 1   han* heen  -ieu lm    miles mil al  sea
*'"1"1 "'' »l,l»    l""1' -""   '""l  (leeasloitall)  as siimi ig lions	
ibe im nn .-.I  11-11    limes ihal  number. I |,|no, S,,,,.,,| •„,,!, ,-i„. .,,|^,     ,.,,
I*:\|ulls  estinialC     llu-   linalieial    loss   li'.ieheil   mosl   fatitaslle     il'leels   were
Iiiiii   Iin- nl   1 e   Ihan   $1(1(1,011(1,11(111.   produced   l.l    lhe  colored   dailies    and
The city is llinl
llial law,    an.l   _
nke   it hull   Hilled mil   againsl      III
(lur Stock offnrii a range willitn reach nf any
purse. Whether ymi desire n Bllver tiink'-i at
a trifling cost, u useful time piece, or 11 tlia.
mond ring vou will linil our goods ami prleoa
tl-lil.
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pieeiiiiiii us have been taken tn prevent disorder aud looting tn-n gin.
Four thieves wen. sbnl hy soitucfH
Hns afternoon Inr loollng. The soldiers  have orders m  shoot   ivllhout
I.n km background
liwi'iill*:   HUM*
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CRANBROOK,B.C.
ran building, Pnsl streel, cnrnici .
fell, building slmltiii damaged;
t'rockcr hulldlng, inurkel 'nnd Post, I
sliglllll tlain.igeil. l.el, bouse, wall-'
and imr ul lmil.liim Inrgel) caved iu.
I |ili;,in lunl.lum pin. and llnllel'i.
I.ilalh   ilesll.il.-.l.   I..ss    .Mall,llllll,   lire
house adjoining t'allforiiin llolel mi
Hush street; Chief Sullivan and wife, i
sleeping iu engine house, severelv jr.—'
Iuiis-I In- bricks crashing through' llw
cool Iniin lunl. California holel, I
Kuih street, upper walls collapsed ;
anil upper Hours wrecked; ihe building in course nf construe!leu in l.e;
occupied In the ll.iiiiuian hatha, will I
hale In be rebuilt; il is localed na I
Pnsl streel near lhe Cllvniplc bold;
Hie walls nre linillv waipi'tl and .
twisted and lhe lt.nl has fallen iu. ;
San Francisco (las nml l.leclrio i -|
pain.      Posl      slleel     lllalll. sliglllll
damaged; si. Franc's In.tei. extcriorl
sllgbllv cracked uud seamcil, bul not
serinilsll     llaniugiil;       I'ueilie      111	
club, Pnsl nud Klockl-Hi streets,
finint ilninimid ami fissures in le.ii
wnll; SI. Il.iniinie's i ■huieh oni
Pierce sli-eel, lotnl "'ss; ihe Interim
nf ihis church is wrcckeil and ibe
are large lissures in llie walls, lhe
structure will bave in l.e milled down I
lbe Parochial house in ihe same
block is a partial wreck; loss In par-1
Ish about    l:tu.nun; Hi naiiu-iiial
tn|i nf Sl. Dustan's. Hie a|iaitinelil
house ni Suiinn sir.ei and Van
Ness avenue, fell ini" Hie street;
llw Concordia club ht.*»illng, mi Van
Ness avenue, bus sovora] lissures iu
Hie side and rebuilding will be ncccs-1
sniv; lbe I *l Ciiiudu   b.i.lli dnlliag-
ist' i
LOSS Vim
No Fun in Fishin'
Unless Vou Catch 'Hm
Then tiiko no ehuni'os. It is n mistake to get out on n
mountain Btreiini In nr 20 miles from home nml meet
with ill luck because ymi .li'l nnt Imv llm ri/ht kind .if
tiickln. Don't iinikn tlml iiiistiik.-. Buy your fishing out-
tit wlinr everything hns ht-on seluctoil liy nn expert. Tli"
Hips nm iiimii. fur tlin streams of this section, il.iigue.1 Ly
.uie uf tin- L.si fishermen in the district. Bear these
fuels in min.I. nml ynu will Lriiii/ home good striiiL-s nf
trout us u result.
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WHERE IT PAYSTO DEAL
M.il Orders Filled Promptly
San Francisco,   April I*.—I p.m.-
The l.nesi     reports   al police head-
iiiiartcrs    show   n min* districl
biiuuil.'il   In*  Vallein,   Howard,  Easl .
nnd Snllsiilne streets, ellllilueiiu; piui   i A
lirallv   the eni Ire    wbulesuh*   port inn I W
nl lbe cily, hns lain swepl  clean In j Y
lue liie.   ' Alsn   llie dislriel   In ended A
In     Imi, Market,     81I1 .nul Fols | S
I'p to the lime..f going iu press
ll ninl nf
I
I   "STRANSKY"   I
the suln agent,
CIMNUHODK,  ».  i.'.
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W. F. Tate & Son,
-.TEWE1KRI. AMI-
W.    r.     I «IC OC  SOll,  GH.vDUATK (ll'TICIANS     i
Official Watch Inspectors, Grows Nest Puss Division. (1. P It.    «
San Francisco, April is.-The lul
living is .ui luciiinplele lisi ,,f llw
warning anv person acting in a siis- nrhicliml biilldliigs deslruyeil or ilani-
pteious manner.     Tin- eity lmil   hns .^.,.,1.
heen burned, also ninny of the prln- '"y.M building, rnlireli deslrovrd;
filial business blocks and the hull nl (.Ulls snieekles blllldlllg, gulled' hy
justice i.s thr.Mt.-ii.-il. ' flumes;     Heaisl building,   collapsed;
■  Measures Imve   already been taken m.w clhronlcle building, liardlv tlnm-
fn! llll* relief nf till' destitute,     They   „w| „,   „||;   ||„.    While house'   walls
will be ltd nnd protected in Hidden badly cracked all plate glass win-
Hale p ink, and   (be public squares, dnws gone, everv piei f Block    in
Tbe sheds oyer Hie Sniilhcrn Pacific's building removed before I) 11.111.; Win-
lung w-lnii'f nn Snn Francisco liny easier holel Unl streel, lolallv des
Imve completely collnpsed ami   thou- treyed* flrnnd Opera   house, entirely
s-iinils nf Inns nf enal went inlo    Mie
ileslinyeil. I'l.ins S|neel.h*s' bm
silWls, has been devastated.     In lb'" m
hitler dislriel are Included im si    ui' 4*4
lhe eilies finest ami mosl substantlr'
buildings,    The aiea covered b)   tl
(lames u|i li   ilm    pie..11;  lime
abonl elgbl sqnnre miles, 01  seieml a
ban 1 eitv blocks.    Very linle, if j g!  Q,,,, led ware liiul not 1 n foitiiil       Full stock cnrne.1 by
.nn     water is    available,    aiul the 4*4
blowing up "I il"* buildings In  dvnn A
lllill*,    is    Hie   mill    lluaii-   uf   eli.eklli' ^. A . _. ,.      ..     ,   .
il'.*l".m 1 llw names.    Moslol f    _j_^ J.    I).   McBritle   9.
the     biilldliigs     untouched   hi     ihe jl    -^ ""*--
Haines Imn- lieen grcnll> damaged In *£
il„* eartlupiake     - -ks       The    pe «V
ellliiam   hiss al   lh:-  ll..111   I I   (i 11.  1   I-       ^jl
eulisel I al III ll   e.l l II l.l 1 .-ll al   -1"" """ ^s*     KQUjW_R7 mtt
  %    flajjg^l SEE OUR WINDOWS *Y
Aj, AmAu a!;;,:!,,,!,^'^";:::,;; ■ooootm09\o.*yo.90.9^.*>o.oooooooooo
Uml  the 80 odd (in- Insurance   mm- *
panics Interested had deeded in pay —— —	
dollar fm* ib.Itn  iu everyone Insured
Willi  Ihem.      The i.inili.mies will  mil *
discriminate between  liie nml earlh-
nunke and everyone insured  will   be
[l.l l.l    In   lhe   t'Meiil    ni   Ihe   |0SS.     Hill
iwu nf Hie companies  affected    »"'
Pacilii* const    r* norms,   lhe   others|
having principal olllces  in  Hu* east,
nr in Europe, nn.l nil will stand the
lii.s wiih .ui danger nl failure.
Till.  CITY  COUNCIL
The eitv council    iiiei Inst even....,    g
wilb Mayor lingers and all the nlil I   11
ennen   present.      Mnsi   uf   Hie     lime      '
was devoted in passing lb,* loan hv
laws and these were finally disposed
of. The peilleis license was reduced
.I2fi everj si\ iiunihs Agents
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bay.    The lung wbail was mn. ol the stables nn Van   Ness    avenue badly
most Important shinning points about damaged;     Si      Luke's     Episcopal I lor    pinn. s   ele     home or oulslil.
Hie buy ninl   Height trallie will    Iw church, Van Ness avenue, will   hnve   will have In    pay a lie.im,. ,,f    $1
Interrupted considerably. to be ptsllatl down;   Mechanics'    lib- every six months.
I AIM
lo satisfy my customers.   Tliat
is why 1 carry the largest uml   ,       _Jk_
finest line of Wines, Liquors    ma*
uml Cigar, in Hie Knul.
i A. L. McDermot
Wholesale Wine Merchant
Cranbrook, 11. C, Phone 17 TIIK jJOllA 55 BROOK    IIKKALU
^,*>4>._«5>53»»>s«*»>*^   A STRONG COMMII TEE
| Seven Years Ago?
X _ , , 8        itU'l   "I    ll"' I"'"''" * "'
8 in Cranbrook .< *< »        <■ - *
•>     «    i.u ids   .ue     em,mi,  I.   has      been
4     ,,     ,,   .,.,,,    *   |il.,.,.l   ill   llw  lillllll      ul  -i   'CC
5 IlKM.  CU1.LKUOM   llh -        x   „ .„„
5   111.CM.n    "I      THAI     I'M'-  | :	
'"Wits MSi: = <■■-«**.«*9999*99' |
\    l.ll.,ell    ..I I, I, I."    III. el "•-■    "'      'I"*
llnattl    . ,    I ■ ias In-lil Hondas
m,.,.,;,       l.iWlislle
eullip.mi lb'    lOl-'-t I" ■    WH "*il*'"
lui      |iuip '     -•""- uvrl     llw
„,,,,, ,,i Hie lka.nl liu ihe hiliclil "l
r,,l    l.ui.m llaker, wlm was    priMliI
|lt   iuvilallnli       Hi     t.   I.eilil'.   I	
tiik.it, nee ipnsl llw chair, uud ■l"l'"
llulebisoli  w.m n.iine.l    a- secretary.
Allei   lbe inn.i.**  '  ""'
l,.,.i,*,l    lni.1     beei     *    ■    Pel     Hakei
thauLe.l   llll'   llll-l.lt.*-. ■   li i    ■">'   '*"""*
,--> exlelideil   ivl Hug Ihem un
;. i    bad     at
,-.,U.(iti  I  ...            ll»'     "'
■ bai in.*' in mime  il    ' '   '"'"
I,,,,. ie. mu it a ui -I' I.u ■"'"""'■
seconded 111    ".I'"  ll'"' lus"".  ""' '"'
lowing   m   •■""■*"      »as   inilll.iusl)
adnple.: "Wc, ''■•■■ ine.l.mis ul in-*
ll,,.,,,i   ;   1 nub   ill I'liiubiook,    wish
In  lll.l'.* uu     lti.1.1      i.ill   .haul.-      Iii
f„|     lames   Hakei   lu.   llie  II ,   Wll) — - —
,,,, | ,.      i|„. board .md discussed   link..   (I    I    Itogers,    .1   "■  King,
sr^s«c«ut«/-w.pT.,ii* i ."i
i    puiiiamriii,    tviiluml  regard    '" Simiison ns   a'lernaies,     This com*
|i,itil.vs."       i iiloiiel Hakei i sprcsscd   -
lie   -ml UU.a*  lit     .,   in. -I   .,|.|in.|iitale
i...,iiii. i. saying ihal lie had ind.-sv.il
,.,| in rcpil'Selil Ins dislriel as a
whul,   ,1 ll lilg   his   lllalll    i.am ill   scr-
huuKl to!!.I'l'iiie to du - i Imm'as be
i,.|irescnlid the people in his pies.nl
iiusilioll.
n, I,,I   In   the    snlmii-   nf     ll.e   plub    Sllli.cl
[ lem     ait.l   i>.   ll.i       lizillg   will be   Kawl.ide  ..
i able rn accuinpli li ■ moll more Ihan il Other  us
I im.     I_,Kiln
250       I I I .-««♦,*. .
Total  "... I.'- *
II  I'  CIH'PEH I'd.
Mother Lisle   1,308     U
Slralhllinle  I"
iiiliet  mines   . -'■ '■- ■
i    l<    II.IIIIIIH
ll   seems     lb..l   lh.l.-
.l I,   :,u mi ul.    I., lv
ni. in.;     pa
quill.
llll
lllll
1,1.11. il   In      Ml
Hradsltaw   ..I II.I.n... M nlaiia.    Tli
Slitile   aiid   is   ei.iisl.iel id   lem       1
,,,,,,„., iv      Hniil haw  is in Manila, it
captain in  ihe   .1 Stales arm)
,n„l      he   he, lis,*    CXpillll     lbe.   week
Hence (lie iu-li
M   lie Lend.*!-Iss.-sslueiil   Hulk    I
Iwlng .hut.*   on a   liumliei     id claims
e iiipri-iiu   Hi.   Lake    Sii         K.ul
Neit/.el .ml 0   .1   .li.lins.ni are .1 !
dcvdi ,., i   wtiili nu  Hi.*    Mountain
((mil  mineral claim adjoining-   "'»»
Tlie men    working in lhe iiprnls	
lbe Lake Shure mine iiaehe.l Ihe sill*
AuAA',1 AAilJ'A'iAin ■'■■■ I"-!' -I.-".Inm .pi.
lhe iiiiniel, aiiuiii   i.'.ii l.el  Irom  ill. i Cranbrouk   nre siiiislleil    lu leave
mniiib.       The   uwiiers      will   slit,,   its- Inlerrsls In Hie I ils of such an
a hm  cai   haul    u ■ nexl  week     m, ,, ,,,.,.     "riif-rf will Iw work
.1    .Milks and    ll.-li   Lin.-ie arc   lining    .	
.1   II   KINU, \l P P.
as  in cluirgr  lbe in.i l l.i     ol
Ul    wnll,    nil    llieli
Hull  lln
Ull ul   a   week   ago  Constable    Mm
rh, iiu.lei    in el l.iii ul  the local
aii' propert) owners und leslibnis In
clean  up   lln.tr  pn in..*..-.-.      The  pei pie
eiiieml upon lhe wmk  wnh remark
able .'.'■' nnil s   and as a lesiill
Ihrrr  i- i.uI  ii eleanel   lown  in     . a-
K.tl,mil -    lu-.l.il        lli.ui   Crunlll	
Til ■      slleel*      pill,lie        |l 11 111 isl's.   .,li,l
llii- null.,a,l  mini,   have   been   g	
i.v.'i an.l mm  presenl a neai nml ul
limine appniraiicc.
-.    Ilaiismi   pulili., nl      lhe lul     i it
Hakei   streel   iusl   wesl   nl  T.  Crclgll-
Inn's sion I    will  . .miiiii.... v    ill
mn'   ll.e   eti'ele.u       i.f   a   Iwu   slilll'V
building,   Hill leel   In, ,1        II.   II.   Ulllc'l
i, ill nci-upt   die  hi -i   Ibm'   wilb    In-
I
Win   T   Held ex *m In have    his
lillllll,   mm In  il.*,.   new   resiilenci
ul 1  ihe iimi ni  ihe week. i
tl.teleuil    Linking!    _
tl. T. ItOtlKHS
liei     ihe     uiu, nal    ni hi- Jewell)   i ,  ibis coiniiill lee in lhe llll lire and
Illle  In  ri.lllhli.nl.
Mull,   llinl   will   Illi
IV, ill  has he.-n  received   li   K    II   I '"""   "'   ''l.uniruuk
Small  wl,..    i. now      in   Vancouver,
1 ll.ll    111'   Will    (llll    he   I ie   fill*   a   Wee!
uiini ilnls
Ills   fm   llu
he districl
I iii wlml  Ih.-i  tit lli-v should re
Joseph H.iupe, r    I*: . arrived lasl
evening wilh In*, parlv and will    nn
in  Km li -i.e.   ,i   ..mm    nl
thai   lownsile fin  Ihe C.  P.  II
li  looks   um     iiimii   „s if    Ihere
wnuld   he a   bridge   cimsl reeled    nu
Linus  sllei I   Inl        Hie   I.   I   nl      llw
peuple  living mi   Hakei   lllll.
ilm    llmers saj   Ihal     tills is lhe
musl  backwuril s'pring  ihal   litis see-
lion   has   lind   i.u    years.      The   snnw
has   m, lin.l   let)    liiile     , n   III,'   hills, |     hi
..ml m i iile-ili'iiiie,.     ihe     piuspeeluis      ■*-*.
han* been ilu.i 1.1.- In mi I   mil.
II b.nl.s now -i li liie I n ii F.
I il.c ihai i '.. be organized III
Cranhrook will tail oul with a
large tiiemhi i hip.     The applications
i Illation an* numerous and then.
  a large nilinbei    ui uld uiemheis
hen* now,
Oeorge     uml     llu'etl     Lam
L'tiei nu    Iiiiii .  arrived   lasl     week
Willi n  ..iilii.-l    nl    i.nl.  ,,n. pie '„.,,,.        |„,
 I  lh'
'I'h. I   have  -l.nl..I  ,, .lain   and eblek
en furn I  will l.e road)  i il   busl
 I'l"
lll.l   ll   mighl   he  said
ne     i-his    wwk.        Thc Herald    Is  nectlnn, llml  lhc llonnl ul Trade, in
pie I   In  see   ine',   like   , lime bee .llle   illinium  Us  unpin lunl   Hull,  ,tlul  plac-
citizens ol Crnnbrook. i m. Hm illffereul lasks in llw hands ul
I'ul. Ii.ii.. i nml \    Hide llaker, In-!
lend     in  hm, *  :.. sl   S'attll'dill       im
Vi peg .ii. I    il.....|-.il   whei'c    (he
e I,.ml   n,'1   *i, :..„,*   business    eon
liel-te.l   Willi   lh     I  mn.  le        TIlCl    Wl'l
mi  in  Neii   Viuk. uml sail nu   Mai   a
f.u England.
COL. SANDEItS 'Hi  LKA\ I' I'll,
i; tltv.
Calgary Herald:—Colonel Sanders,
oflicel* ei.miii.uiiliim tlw II N V, 11 1'
nl CaL.im, 1,,-. Ihvii gntnleil three
Itmiillis* li am* ol  ,iimi nee uud  will nn
nil   lbe    21*1     It,   I     In   ,peli I   n      wi-ll-
e-lll.il   liuiui il   ,.i     lhe   Pacific  t sl
White   I llu*..,;   ...in mneemeiit      has
l.eeil    llia.ll-,    Iiuii'   1     a    MINI.il    III     Hie
to Cnid-mi*  al   llu* expiration ol   Ins
leave.     Tin* reporl   mi's (iirlbel  and
l.'ililll.lles   Ihlll      he   Will      h"  pmiiuileil
to lHwl.pii.rlci .     nul    dial  Siipcrin-
leltilertl     < 'mil- I
plate I
'-:M-
•~-f^^\
Km.
WCs^:
y$
Iff
ill     lake     hi
V. II. IIAKKit.
ll    I    i:i:in
Total  .                     .  1,318
IS,LSI
THA1L SMKLTKlt
Center Si.u 1,20(1
l.e  Km   2,813
Le  Hni   Nn.  1        705
Si    Kugene       115
Kuieka                  I"'
Hen  lltn         B8
Snuwslul in           IU
lluiilei   V       Id
54,750
30,078
7,1117
i. 	
811
llSli
III
Preston        1"
Ktrathmorc        12
llritish Umpire        3
lit.*,* i                           i
mi hei   mines
11
.;.:i, ,
Tui.il                ...      s UIU
111. 'It
II ILL MINKS SMKLTKlt
si    Kugene .    . .           *.!'••       ;	
llu,in.,  .              .......     2110       : mn
lllllliel   V                                  I"        1   lm
L.i  Plain                 37         "II
Hin.uliiew                    -Hi          1112
Sunsel                 lis          128
Hhilewalil                 HI             US
Sunshine                    22
1 It ti.*l    unites	
1
Tolal                              827
1*1,1111
\HK\s\ ll.l.K SMKLTKlt,
Sullivan ■"'""
7,120
Tlw  il receipts al  Hie
smelters for ihe pasl  week w
IU     inns and   lm  Hie iu.u
ISIi.llll   lulls.
i.u mu *
lu dam
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»»»»»»»♦♦♦♦♦«
ZL       '
PAYS^ft
zioo
♦
♦
♦
♦
\ SOAK Sii IKKP.
lhe wmk  wile In be I.il  In a larger
ami  ■ iiiiwi ihlll  Iii di
A FIGHT T0A FINISH
TIIK i'  P   K    IND tiii: .ini-: vt
NiiKTIIKKN   AFTKH   IVKST-
KIlN  in sinkss
Winnipeg,    lpl.1   11 -H   IS  eli lelilll
win iii  Hn* knile bet ween  H"' C.  P.
1!   an,I i.e liieai Nnrtherii railway.
While lhe I a   is acliu'l). luepalillg
lu  Invade  lit.* ('ali.ul   Wesl   In    n
onipnh.iisivc si .nm, ih,. t.u in
,USl   us  aclivel)   eMeii.ling    i-.ii.iill.-a-      n. nnels     Ferry     Ilernlil:—A sen.-   If
iiuie- ol Hu* Sun In..* through Hieni i com ie Incident occurred al   lhe    n
V"'"1;'."   "'""""*        'I   ls   l"|l"'1*'1'llc,„.|,i„   hridge netnss      llu-   Knulc,,,*     \4
"?is   anl «ta A^'Jomes'^tJ **+       " laborer,   wul,    a     ♦
the'report Ihal Hu- Sua I, preparing| twinUe uf blankets strapped lo his U
to ..*i nil ii*  lines inlo that fit) ibis   back, awl who was coiisideinl.il   thu  \*>
luminei*      li  is said i ', lair aulh-  worse off lor liquor, attempted     lu   14
iriti   iimi      the    com may's     .ciils  walk across lhe new structure.    The   I*
Ittve nlii'i..ii   1 .1.1   up  Hie  righl-ol-   "es (lie nnl  yet  laid, and 11  lain- a   14
,i*av for (he line mlu Hm limils 0f pret-ty steady heid l„ walk the llm- j|
,•;.„,, hers at besl.     tlllen  llie man     w.is   !J
' Tn.* lalk ui t Ihi1 ii iiseuhiiiieiii.il ""I a1'""' mWwa) over llw stream, i*
nn he i iui ni ilu* (lun Ni.nle he h.si his balance and fell aboui an 2
ril's "'war slraleg)'"      Tlmt     il.e twt Into llw liver below.    The wmk-   (J
Lent N.'.i ru Hill' Iniiiil in'Canada  ""'" vi™'"' lhe occurrence wnh lur-   \4
,'i* m ilu* Grcal lakes wesl to the ""'. expecting nf course ibe man -J
'neiiii* is alniosl ii certainty. Thai ,,""1'1 i1,1,'""" |H'""'<* "''' ('""1'1 ';eiu'h «
Hi*. Hill will build a ihird road ''lm Win man came tip again like n ^
J. ng lbe north shue nf Lake Sup-1 ™lk. ••"»''"'■ ""'I ""i""!1 ;'")' '.'l'- ♦
rim* int.i Ontario i regarded is ,'pen'nnl Iras! ratten, and thrown
,n.,st     Improbable     thing,   mu'with-' •>"'' arm uv.-i  Ids bundle of blanket
.Kiniling lhe aunouneci l ol April 3   miated off down the stream as   eo
ihal  the llill svslt-in     imiilil extend  •is'1  ,l",''k,    A l"'-" waM liturtUj  p
nmn ueein  lo iut ""'• and Uw liinll     wns lowetl     nu
SI.  Paul,     Iiiiiii.,'    April  ".-The    ,""',     (hi "-acbiitg land, he elluibed
.i.iimiieui  dial  James J   11,11. ures ' ""' u'"\ '""'   sl»"«'   ,;" ,0'  "" l:*     ♦
iilinl of llm (Heal Norllwrn railnmd,  aPPafe"*!!)' none llw  worse lot    his     4
has planned lu build ., Ihird     Hans-  I'"* 'I''"'* '""',''}".   "". ,''V ,"' J,,ll,M
-. , ma * Ihroiigb Canada   from I "I'l"---,™""'*,    " 1S '''' •'",•' ' ml u'i*'''
■ he   Alliuilie    ic   Paeilie  mi...I   i-   ,""' '''"' " "i''","1     ','; l".','"  I';''"'1'"
.rue.     Mi.   Ilill  will  build  such    ..   h m, he remnikisl.       lion I gel    ex
me  nml   he   will    1,1   it   it,  a   hurry,! Cited   Inn s-I.eep  cool!
nhss Hi,* Canadian  Paeilie .alls    a I  *♦*—
tall   uii   ils       In,.'i,„i       extensions
Ul.   Ilil!   bas   had   i nil   l-ug els    a
.mil.   mi    (bull  a   te.il   ami    hi
G. T, P, CONTRACTS
Ll.T AT KHH ItKS  I.OIVKII 'I'll '
KNtlLN'KKIl'S     KSTl.MATKS.
Ottawa,   April   11—In   i.n
■ntlllael    I"   lhe   Inwesl    tend
ll.,'
ias Imiii'l n null.. Iluoilgll lhe inns
elll.-l poi-lion uf Western Culiiidi
in   lhe   Pliclfc*   iii.i'l        Iiuriug       lb
lbe   snulll.   be 'ha-   I r,   lm .1       wil
nnl melius   wl... .ue  I., build     Hu
"(iim onnliwlnr   ul„, u II build ih,*' ""' construction ol ibe Winnipeg nml
gleulel pull uf lhe III,.' wesl flulll Qll.'bcC seel lulls nf llle Truliset.lll uiiiililu m. sum I mtal  railway,  insi,-ml  ol  Hie Clrniid
"The wiirs  will he ins)   mini    w"   -,■,.„„,.  ,>.lc.illr   „ ,,   J3 1M    „„„
reach ilm Itock)  Mmutiaiu...     We .ui;1 ,,,,„ ,.,,,-,,1.
iiepar..I   i" i-iiinplete sn,  miles    nt,    Tll(, (]Lti.-i.-ut lenders Cu* tin* Winui-
tu.iil a dlt)   up  i" ihai  puinl.     Huw-   |H„  s(rU„„  iU,,l   Hn-   alnol I    tlw
■iei. ih,* engineers Imve  ml a veiy   ,,,„,,,.,,. .iri. as [„|i„„s:
•'""■'  toiile Ibriiiigh  i ihe   ml   ,,   „   McArthur  $I3,010,I]IHI
leys .1 lhe Lnel.n. .uu! lie hnpe lu p.^. (.„„s,n„.|;,,„ (•„,, 13,028,1111(1
■oyer lhe six miles in an ail line );Iai„| rn,„k Paeilie .. .. 13,001,0011
wilh   nine miles    ." Hack which i-; vicArlluir Construction Co I7.iiIs.iiiui
l,1'"    let    eenl    kill, Ill   llw   Lllllll-       |.'(,|   | lie  ((llebee  seel int.
luui lueiite nus ilmiim       li   is est -1 | iiipui lV  McDonald    ...      .5,207,000
"'Is   (I'ltrlcli  A    Milliiiki     5,550,1	
' Hiiiinl Trunk    Paeilie   ,. . . li,l!IO,uiio
I..   P    anil   .1.   P.   Hulls  ... ll,lii,7,liuii
""'"'[ M.     C tolly,    .liildilie     St
"""'•'I    Wilson  7,(181,000
,,.,"""'I MeAiihlii Ciiiisliuelii.il Cu. l.lllli.uiui
""'s''l Tin* lenders for (be (Jtiebcc vlndiicl
re ul! lhe sleep sin.les tn encounter'„m.
n   lhe new   line limil  we  n-ueh   Nel-
inle.l  lb.;
grade lt.il. v     Ireighl    ems.      loaded,
Wheleas.    Hie      C.ili.nll.ui    Paeilie      t ....
move bul   seven ems unb luui   loco-
I ins.        Ue   -hall    it.,,|    nnl        e|
Ihnn   luu   liicnlliolives   inl    III.
mile iun    with  lliiili  cars.
II     I'.,  nml here  Hi
I) iiii.it Bridge Cn.  "A"... Ills
ngincci's  Dominion Bridge Cm  "13"
ue working lm  n l.iwm grade   Ihan   j_,,, wli„. Machine Ci
1'c.vtouii  theii firsl survey. Il..»-  ,-,„,„,,, i,,.,,!^ (•„	
'"■" '    ' "'   "', I"'K  (Iriinil Trunk  Paein.*
Ill,iiiui
lite  I'm Hie eunsl. nml  whether    il
"' ' ' down
si! li 111
sl   e plelf   il
ni.  and    are due     al '
i'    '   Pit mis   Bridge Ci
  1117,111111
  318,00(1
The   successful   tenderers   mi    llw
•-i"1" '' .   ■"'.'"'■ and   an* due    ai   (jUl,|B.e section, llogan   A* McDonald,
niiiiiiiiim, in iiin,. in move ihe   fall   „,.,.,. nbmii  $;iou,000 lower (han the
crop nt grain. ,,,' comiulhslini's     engineers'   est males,
lbe Ureal  .Norllwrn plans to build   a„,| j   n   JlcArthur,    lhe successful
uesiw.,1,1     fmm   Ur ig and      „   ,,. ,-,.,„„ the IVInn peg seel hm was
i,'''"'1',"''.'  '."""' '".'sl  .'l"*i"l  "'   'I"'   ah. II pel* cent,  lower.
'''"!':'    """''•   '"     l'"'     s,,             |,  is reported Ibat  the Paeilie C. u-
ivurklng sisie.,,    crews   wesl    Irom   ytruc-tloi. innipaiiy may Join wiih .1.
"imii".        Uhu      connect. be  p. McArlhui   in building llw western
I.teal Nitltheiu has. ,„ evpeels 111 H,.|i„„. If ,|iis is em ■reel, lite fail-
reach lhc At antic wnh, has nul wa). commission will have no uliim-
vel   been divulged, I ,j(,jls
 ♦  'I'he commission have arranged   to
UKKK'S nlil; SIHPMIIN'TS I hold S per eenl. uf the cotitlncl pr cc
. , I uf ihe western semi i depus'll nn.l
Mini—                            Week. Vear   "Is" '" l-Plaill   II'    per emu.  uu     nil
liiaiihi                         1(1580 213 020 progress esllmalcs,    in secure    con-
Mulhi'i   l.u.le                    Tins .10'315   slliu'linn   i" '*nse nl  llie  fuilure      nf
Hiuul.liii    Slcniwiiiiler .'Mil     u'711   lhe conlrnclors.     Thc f 1110,01 .m
Sunsel                        . i'i.v'i 13 0(13  "" deposit will be pari H the I" pei
Kllllllil '*;s        (Villll   et'l'l.   letuilii..l.
Kn 11 hul
SI 1.1II11
all 11.Iill
Ou Hie paste
till   the  govc
tjl, (lielil   will  keep   L'i   per conl.   nil     He-
Pi,-sini,                               1,;           1,; posit and will Imld hack in pm* cent.
Kamhlel |5 |jj "'   UlC  pi'ngiess  esl uiiales.
inlu*!  11 - 7 !ii_      Application wil! he 1 h during lhe
 '  present sessi.ni uf parllnmeal ful   .111
Tola! :,,uii   301000 •"'' l0 Incorporate llw lllllcresl It-ill
IIOSSLAND ship-hints.'     I p,;'|-,.,'';nl,.;Ll!nm' ™d"opcraleW"n
t'entei   Star 1   tu,    :,| i.'iii railway I i a point m-.n  Muiti-see
l.e   llm ;! s|:i       m II7S in     Hilllsli    Collllnhla     ilu :h     lhe
l.l'   Kui   \u    . 711.".        7 707 Cmus   Nest   Pass     In  a   pi.ml      rt.-.u
(Mitel   mm.". Jus lltlliiml   .Ilium 1. t,    llwnce   solllheas-
. '__ lelll   In      Culilsl1.11,      Alhelln,     Willi
Tolal , ; 131   100,713 branch lines lu lln' lown nf Pincher
I'liik    Allimln,   mill   In coal  I    ml
III'IN  Kl 11 III *N \V
K
'!'* llll
it
'■'5SP*'*:rAaia
To read the local paper that
gives the news, while it is news,
all the time; because it pays to
keep posted on the doings of
your district, and the doings of
the surrounding country.
No person can afford to be
without a
Home Paper
that tells of home and home
people. ,< Human nature is
much the same everywhere,
and we like to know what is
going on about us. 	
T PAYS^
i'J*ffiS;'?i;?:VV«?»
.1:1
llu,lm    \
I llll elm
La  Plain
Hi.1.1.linn
Whitewater  .
S"|(. hi...*    ..
Hl'ilHi   Kll.pl
Orernhoiii
111 her mines .
Total    	
Tin* luini  shim
fi 111   all dislriel
llllll   Iill'       lhe     V.
""'       ".I2H TIIK  FIHS'I'  NKUSPAPKK.
'»'        817     Abraham   Vcrlnwven,   ■■[ Anlwrri
li "I I was doubtless Hu* liisl | lishol nl
25 'ml regular newspaper, fur recunls ..Iim
in 08 1 Imt  11, 11(05 he obtained   from    1!,
-- "'■! Aitbiinke Allien niiil Duchess Isabel!
*'l Hie privilege nf printing a newspaper
3 3 The lirst ficiiiniii paper made its np
I-.-II2 pearanee al  Frankfort, in una.    llu   S*
  (•„,,   1 >,,.|(.|1 pap,,,- in   n;|7,   Hm    firsl   IT
.l"ii    •'!-,"Ill Kng-lisli pnper iu 11122, nnd lhe   lirsi
1  ihe    week French paper in 1(131.
I      In  dale.    III.',,.'IIIU
(ill l.N'MV ItKL'KIPTS.
PLEASE t'OI'V.
Therefore, to read
..The..
CRANBROOK
HERALD
The Herald prints more matter
than any other paper in East
Kootenay. It publishes all the
news of general interest from
Fernie, Moyie, Fort Steele,
Marysville, Elko, Morrissey,
Jaffray, Kimberley, Blairmore,
Frank, Windermere Country,
Golden and in fact every thing
of interest from every part
of the district.
$2.00 For One Yea^r
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Cnluiii-I Sanders i,,ni lieen a    mosl  '""''''.'l   committees,   is pursuing    .1
populni  nml' eliiei™I eommntidlng ul- '' se Ihal is bound lu bring   about
Heer, nml ihe reporl uf In*, removal lhe most lien.liciul resells. A policy
il Hue. will mean a greal luss in "i ihi*- kind "ill give In each branch
Calgary o( (be wurk minds   thai  will In- 1I1-
I   Th,. other day Hie principal nf    n
certain ynuug Indies' woaniing school
(itntiby  . .... ,. HI,580   24.1,030  noticed one ol 1hi' girls wiping     her
Other mines   7,nun  knile on the tabic cloth, ami pounced     *
 nn hel at once. | t*
Tolal  10,680  25(1.7HI     "Is that what,    you do nl home?", fie\
iiiiMiSltiN cni'i'iii mm H» principal asked  Indignantly. IBS
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Brcok-lyn    Stcmwlndei 11,111     12,711   ly, "We lave clean knives."
F. E. SMIPSON, Manager
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McLaughlin Carriages and Dcering Implements lor Sale
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Si '■*: -.Mil. a iii hi ih.- street a!
H.iu.ii.i \ii u.iii.i James, a mem-
>" i "i Hn- local corporation died
suddeuh, aged lilt) ut...
I    Tlte loss nl Inv    rtoiikej  m preyed
tii'iin   iiu- iiiinti    .ii .t Heptuaisubariaii
. 'i, 1 Willi,nn  Reeves, 0) (liUni^'haiii
I (Ihirsvl),       Hi.lt    In'     milllllilhsl  sill-
! nd.'.
good during lasl month, sa;
"Board ol Trade (tauten. .,...<
^!i-_.htu Improved in the shipbuilding
and buikbng trades
Sew ntera kens ..( illirii    poi ■
whisky ivnt.ui.in_.     some lift)
kras, whul, wn,- belli); MtMittl ashore
,n  Beafii. Sligti   were reeetith  iakeu
h\ Ok police.
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.■..mt; lo do I., vitalize lhe minds ..i
-■ni boy . and ..ni. .it home and mob
11 Un- mighty throne nl inspiration?]
VVv heal some nne >.tv V«u are .ill
t-hcuty, give ns a busts 1.1 a-i ikl
iipi.ii '' If vou are lonkiiig lor a
m\i .I sel .11 rules f..i making a in
happ) .md attractive, i.m are h
ing in vain. Tin- Koveriunetrl ol
two homes is likely to In- thc sai
Homes an- as varied in iii-.po-.nion
Uh-.ii  ma"
.soc,™ ANu ] McVittie & Laidlaw.
professional cards I        Mining linjfineers
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W. ROLLINS
The Wentworth
lapp & Rollins,
The New Managers.
Drop in and see us any lime.    We arc on deck 25 hours
out of the 24
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MEAT
MERCHANTS |
Fresh and Cured Meats    Ly
Fresh    Fish,   Uanie   and §gj
Poultry. JS
Wc supply only the  best     Vour f$
trade Is solicited ra
Markets la all the prlndpul towns  ;..';
la British Col u in bin r'y
\  large Rawlstone watei  basin   ol
Ihini -h Mili'.iii Ihu been dun up
South RenfleH      li In supposed to be
.1 relit i»l Un- days ol Uw Itonlih en-
1 .tlll|HIH'llt
\   1,11   iniiii.il     by   the   County
Down 1 mis look t.i' ihv wmtet neai
ilu- shi'i. Dtnmrd hotel, and BWatn a
miii- ..ui  to mu before being caught.
Ttii'   lllll, .isr   HI   C.iSllaK   ..tllllltltll   to
n.i- Mutfoixl (SulTotk) workhouse
compared    with twelve mouths ago,
1   1 r th.in u.i i»'i cent , and   lhe
ituiatci reports Dial the majority of
Hn- tin-ti Invve been m tin- army.
iii,'  .1i1phiMiH.11   ui    cobwebs   to
stop   hli'islllii;   limn   ;i   Wolllitl   on      Ilia
linger, imiw-d wluli' feeding n lUmff-
iiiiiit. caused Ihf dentil Irom lurk
jaw ni William riulpoit, sixiv-tivi
years old, of Minster, Sltcppey.
Tli.'ii mother having died, three
young pigs Imv ng been adopted by a
iiiiiiiii* dog, wlm is anting as thoil
foster-mother,     .11    K.iiii.uit   Hi iiii?-,
i'iin|i<'i!,.i,.|.
Caplain Henry Ciwlogau Hastings,
ilir lirst chief ' constable of Surrey,
hus (lied nl Guilford, al the age ol
uinely-I'liiee. llu held tin- posl Irom
18511 In  1-800.
Professor Ramsay, 'if Aberdeen
I iiiversily, will Iw tlte lirsi layman
10 receive the Kdiubiirgli degree ol
Doctor ol Diviniiy, ihc new regulations having only contu into turco  i;
Last  v.-ai   £761   was  returned     in1 ns lbe minds wl men
tfcftnkofteriug   to tin  directoi    id Vli    >iie laugh    mitfbl     cause tears    for
K.vMii • home,   ii. IxHKkHi 1.1   lonm'i   wotwr.   Have tlw making of home a
mates --I tlw msiitnlioii who    liadl Plaee ol j">. pleaMite ami proflt,   as
aii)  otiwi    pari nl nui daiy     work,
tit. m.t save ilu-   frowns of busiuess
worry foi your fireside.     Do not encourage rniiuni'ii gossip among   youi
nl Mi
mi's homes 11. i.t.ini-iiii io
,iics nl the hislitution  a I ■
btH1i   OUI   tn   -' 1 t.i    to   li.r..liu-   fa t il
Having hrouj;Iit  an even mi
to a" close with prayei  at  BroudoakI ebWdien       Do not     fcaeli   tlmii t
Wesleyan   Methodist   chapel,   fHouces-\ mea«urc mmdiood*  by  llw mail's   ca-
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JAMES   KERRIGAN
b3g3 t*.i notify tlte resident! of Kist Kootemiy tlml lio line
ncldeiU MINERAL WATER FACTORY to his -stall.
lislimt'iit and would cordially solicit any residonl or travel-
er to call or send for n aatnpta ordor (particularly by tlu
tra !■') and ^tmrnutues liis goods superior to anv in the His
tfiot. Tlio public aro respectfully requested to visit ns and
Bam pie the goods at the factory. • 9
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.'inners May Mttkcpeacu lunl Ircon
iiuii^'i-il fm* i-U-viii yi'iits. mnl lunl
il.tu* Iter lover's wnsliing fnr seven,
Hei  nnlv rewnrd   was  E3Q ilntnngci
(..I   lirenell (ll |ll'ulllise at  lln- (il.iuees-
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Nnlllnliili Uu..,I IMslllel ei.lllieil 1-
nl i,luun,u Unit llie time lias eomi
wh.ti tolegm|ili   lines    nlmig    iii.nii
mails sin,nlil lie lutll millet m miti'l
llllll lias ileelineil In SKIfll.lll III.
elnellni,  n|   leleg.ll|lll   |li.les
i'liiel Insjiecloi Palmer, wlm is n*
llriitg liuin  tin-   London eity  jinliei
aflei   fuiii   veals' ser.'it'C, lias ealleil
inlu tin-- vestn   at   St.  Paul's    anil
| :l,.ii.In,   In  (lie |n m.ile anil llie liisli
| "|>  i.l    I.. Iiilelt   I'm     his    seniles     m,
j _|i.vi..l  llllieli.ilts  in  ilu* ,all.,ileal
I    Tmiii|is ai  Horn..... Lim*-.. liave   rc
eeiii-li   heen louinl  hilling m .net     in
I Imii*.     in   lite i inn ilm ,i 1.1   mil    iiefnit
i ... in.:     il„* lusiliil  wanl.   Tins Is
I .luhe   in  nlilil   In  |las-.   llle   lliilktliillsi
I llfliei.ll,   nil,,  sealllies   llieln   In  see    i.
I ihej  have ii 'i  (nr iniUims.
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clothing that is "Gilt Edge" in name, t
t "Gilt Edge" in material, "Gilt Edge" in !
i make call and see the new stock of Ready ♦
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The      ill -111.   nn    Ihe      funds     uf   Illi
i liiiate iiul Suiien   ui  t'ariienters
ami   .1 Is    sliil   goes     oil      111     an
iiiitiniiim extent,   nn less ihan 5,022
| lie lut  iiii   llle  uiieliililuvi'il   llllnl.   1,79
I "i, -nl,. an.l 1,8711 su|ieiiinunteil.
j     A  lealuiv ..1  an ass.uill-al-anus ai
lvifti...ii.nJi   u.ts   a singular    leal
. lietfiilliie.l   III   a   iallnei   tialliat     Tull
■ 1 ..*.*      is a i.-uh nf a wngei "i  Ef
■ lm   i ..in i.s.l, 1,, -i.tial ,.i, ..ne hv- lui
, *..':  ..:.  luun        lie _nccos-..tlly sin
j vivee   ne oixlenl.
I      I'll,,   Lies   llele  losl   .is   llle    lesllll
I nl   llie hlll-st-illg ul  a  lain* ul  an    en
] i.ine ai  ilie   mill ..|   Messrs     -Iuiui
Hinln   Hrotlters, spinners,  llool.da.le.
i 1.1: Sun,Iai. nne nf lln* nel uns being
I Mi 1 lile-lil Itotll, a malnisnii i.f
Hie lale 111. .Inilil llllglil. ami a ill-
■ , .: ul the eonipau) Tlm ulln*l
n. inn wa- a visitor, Ml*. II. Noavc,
il,,,. le.tiei.i     \it   Itoili was twenty-
eighl nam ol age, ami Ills n|l|U*ollcll-
nm ni.ii iun*.*.* lu au Aiiit'tieau Lull
IVaS  leeeltlli   a'tiununetsl.
I'!..*  -eienlilie  innnliiil ins uf   John
I'huu-hiii,    a paii'iiiti-ha!   Kortliainp-
ler, Mi Mil., ll.,,' i i-
able tu use hum Lis kni«' ■
removed *.. in*- Iwuse, wlm
expired
t'OIHICtlor .lames Helill I'huliia ..
uf Swimluu, Jtiesiilenl uf ll.e lin.il
Calnalisl SiHiell if li.illwai Set
lants. has Ins-ii elected MUaiiuiui:
-eel,-l.uv       lu     ihal    - It Hi
"I'll.nn.is has resigned he   |iimitl»n a.
an .-n-ann- ilinet un lhe Olfal IVe 1
•-in lallw.il Hi whuh euin|i,uii - .eliiei* he has lie, u ful   ciglllCfn  n al
U.uhiiieii etrgngeil in excnvuliliil Ik
i.h* at, .uieuin Human ('.nli.,In  ela-
pel  al   lllmlul  iin.-ailln-il   Ihv mil I
I'.iiiuk lllliiiu. a ai.uii fi  Kin-
sale, whu ilnii in lhe nn une Muni
mil lean ami. He was s. ll I in
in liiiulil.
.lie lliunel .     II,
11,  a.i-1 "".-''I 'ha m-i  makes mu .. good
In-  suuu   'mu.
I     llflentlllies   Hie   liisl   i|i..-r,t.....   i.ske.l
I ahum ii     slrungei  Is      II,,»     uiueli
ppl
A imii unieel al lleeluiiliam h.i
lulllitl 111 ,1 liatle] uf imiii
a mile Irom a yullllg wii
ftlllti al Nina Seiili.i stnllltg lhat
she i.s making a eoHccttini nt picture |iiis'l i-arils, ninl. kiiuwiiij. uu um
lllll nail,   has   ail IU ml   Ilns   inelli.nl   ul
obtaining foreign cnnls.
lln,llml    Injustice   tu    11 i'lni.il      inn
disclose.!   Ill     ('ln)ihlli.   when   S.lll.sun
I'rngol.l mul Ituln'rt    Lawivnee wen
selltenenl In a lllilltth's ailll ll week's
haul liiluit icsinsliielv fur stealing
cloved worth    111   front a  lielil    nl
liLlinu'li n. ami ii-eiiiiti it fm  sale as
.liniinns'k
Ihe  ereelinn     uf
new sltip->ulldlti|i
il'ks   al   Senlsliui
The iiimlracl fi
Messrs. Yarrow'
nnil eng-ineci'lug
Hi-Chili- is In he earrieil oul 111* Sii
William Arrol .V: Cn.. Olil-sgow,' whn
have ilis-iilivl lu siih-l«-i the making nl
Die dock basin mul lhe I... U.I ir. _. ill
the Willis i.f lhe various simps lu
Messrs. Morrison    mul 11 is,.ii. (lias
Rambling  Reveries
HV A DREAMER,
• is a  novel   Ihal   lue,
veil   gal (Iin
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grow in
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l-nllle int.i Imr uilli.
Til." I,nvn   uuu lie.
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mil.     Tin' ll.i.mi
mi ii  ln.ir.ili    m
il.irsulilul'iiljn.lile.'
illisilless   llllllS   -
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I1. Ilaiiillcy, I'rop., S. J. Murro-w. Manager       Marys   vallej
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ti The place to stop when visiting lhc Smelter Cily ti
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A. P. Chenette Proprietor
Has been recently refurnished and is now one of 'ti
Ihe best hotels in the district.   Headquarters for ti
the people. ti
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Marysville Drug Co.
We carry a complete stock of everything in the jg
Drug and Stationery line. No need to send away i%
for your goods. £3
■ the .niiti.niiit's. Ohurohln
i.i ilu* tttvl^'s iii inilil
.;.. pln-imts, vvllli a viow,"
iys, "i.. n-rllhn( n lm. k on
ii^." th- H.miis tti havo
il     Hi.' s.vi.'t.   t>i iierpeliiaJ
iitlmiilii's ,il IVn-
■.i.iii a Hass ui
.hul t.u Imys iii-
,n im'.   nt  ooloniul
i; iniM'jiiiMi; I iti Imii; ami «
ih in rin-iitii.-vri'iHT lius Iu-i n laiil Im
.i li.u .ii Finchiiigfleltl (fclsscx.)
Th.' i'\{ii'tiiliiiiii' mi h-iliiliiiiiM's iu
llw     I iuiui    Kihi'.iIkiii       List    yimi
.i ninl      in  Jtfmi.BM      This    ex-
I-.-I..I-nu.- iu I'ii'ik' l>v alrl|i uwnt'is.
I'll, li'   Ir. , |rn    Mi,  It 1 IM Ltl.ll   Illlsilll'SS   (ll
.un knul al Un' (\.uuiy Porianmagh
.i I/.1-, Mi .IhrIIco Ki-iuiy ftita pre-
1.-iii.-.l wuii ii imn i f while n-ltivfs.
Ahlcrman   Bdvvartl      Hohliison,   n
pai llirl   in   llii'      Wrll knewfl lii tn     of
liiii.ins v drover, illwl al  Beltasl
.llll'l     .1     I'l.ili.lipil     lllll, s.s.
Tin* iiiiiiic nf ttie laU'sl llritish
Ii.Jlili^liiji Is ^iviiif; somil IrnilMi' tn
o iifint'ii'iiil L-iiinineiiliiliiis. One. nl
ilie li.iliiin papers has taken in rolling li.'i Clival Brought.
The  CliatueHnr    nf     I Ih?   Exolwqticr
comes in fm a wimliall hy the exhaustion nf a group of terminable
.iiniiiiiies, nm.iunWng for tttnlg^t re-
\i-i  purpiwefi tn fully  £2,000,0 0.
SeviTiil miles nf iiassi'iim'r platforms are being cimsliik'Nil hy the
Lotwlon anil Nt.illi-West^rn Railway
t*iiiii|iaiiy at Crewe. The railway
I'XlensIoim at Orewe, begua aliout a
year ago, have cost nearly £1,000,-
000,
Typlnis fever in a viryleiil form ti
lii'irin.n in several towns in the west
uf Ireland, anil among Hume wlm
have siiLiiiinlifd In Uie (lls-ett.se is
.Mr. Kilwanl Alkiiisim, petty sessions cli'il  at Hiillina. j
In Mie textile, enginm'ing, iron and
i.ki-1   trades employ intuit waa    very
The heaiiiifnl is iicivIm] in mu imn
iminity life. We all have i-luiaeter.-
tn hul lil, ■ strengthen anil main lain
We need tlte beautiful      Dress    ami
liVC   as   ^-aVii^i's  ulnl     we   wuiilil   SOlllI
heeiinn- savages in action Tin- citj
ui village tola-lh void nt beaut\
would he Ute abode ut ilie sensuaf.
Immortal a-ml lawless A t'oiniimii-
ity of taste ami beauty must necessarily be composed uf refined anil
cultured iwople, ami tint- cdlturi'
leads tn higher morality. There an
alttiiu .un town many lltings thai
com mend It Tliere .ire tilings Ihal
are capable uf Improvement. Public
swjtimonl will ilo much mwanl
Ih-.hii if\ nm uiu- ihvel-liiig, mu streets
ami alleys. Nrolness, lusu- mui
boaiHj will Mp us all. Our mural
life wuiilil be higher ami mu social
life put.-..
Vltei all that has hu-n said ahnlll
rare treasures nf art ami nature tliat
ma) leml altiiiitit a in a homo ami
its surround lags, it remains thai the
tanvst iiniiii- ornaments an- brlglll
[oyous faces an.l where Ibese are
A'autlng, all rise goes fm little.
Brighl ami jnyuiis faces always ai'-
i*.ini|>..ii\ warm ami h ving hearts
which all Hue honiemakers musl possess. Hence all wlm Intend nukiun
homes should look carefully into
Mi. ii own hearts; for onlj when these
,ire i i_4.lii ean they expeel lheir
homemalclng in prove satisfactory.
Wai in hearts make bright ami cheerful hearts, but the wannest heart
cannol thaw the icy hearl. Love is
tin* (ileal hoaietliaker, tlml makes
even tlie drudgery nf housekeeping a
pleasure, .imt home life a foretaste
nf the bliss nf heaven. One cannol
gel iun much love Iulo one's Imme-
inalfiag, hm easily lun Ill-tie.
RETURNING IIOMM,
Sometimes ii is hest uol in try
and realize one's dn-atiis. It is
whulfsuine, niajbe, fot a m.ui tu return aflei many years tn a community whicli he lefl fm bis balt'lc wilh
the ureal world, but lm is apt tu
\iA\e bail kmicks enough in tin- arena
while men give and take, without
exposing himself, when be leaves the
firing line, in "wounds In Ihr liouse
nf lus friends." Certain ehcrlidied
illusions in lhe miml nf llie man whn
goes   back     are h .1      in die like
goldwi biiiieiili.-s bitten ol lbe frost
-they were ihiiins nf Un* bright day
an.l the Warm still, and coNI kills
them.' K\"iv man, howevel ulil,
has kipl a place in his heart where
abide his recollections ol I.r. native
town, ami tin plaee Is young and
fresh as a glmlc over which tlie sift
April siiu has passed. lb- urns a
sad risk of hav ng llu- youlh of him
ebilled and withered when he takes
the pilgrim's stall ami scrip and
starts on bis sniiitni-iit.il journey
homeward. It is saddening anil
dislieartenlng to ,_cn back, ii is satis-
fving, maybe, iust maybe, nevertheless.
As I     wandered   rouml     ibe homestead,
Manv a dear familiar spot
Brought within my rccc-lleetion
Stviies I'd seemingly forgot;
There-the orchard—meadow vouder—
More the deep old-fashloueil well,
With its old inoss-eovered bucket,
Sent a thrill nn tongue can tell.
Though   the-    liouse     was    laid by
strangers
All remained ibe same within;
Jusl as when a child 1 rambled
Up and down and nul and iu.
THK VITAL QUESTION,
Tbe great mvldwHil t|Uesllon uf lhe
dav is not. "What arc we ^ninn to
du w th Mie autonomy or tariff. It
is moro vital, more Individual and
moro spiritual.     It is what are wc
money has he?"     We 'i\  nol  in in<
[les-niinsl C,  In  llllllk  we,  as a  natuui
.in1 :im« ui:-. si rongei in tin* ami
Inn.--, .a     nt.'.il ni.iiibn.nl.     1.1   n   is
1 1 in do     In Mn- mighty struggle
ini [iuwi-i Liim- and position ivp
Imve lneii h>l iisiia\ la false -tints
N. place*|n mm.- suitable for this
i 1j_.hi Mu- fireside, and uo llresitle
umie Hi,in around which is gathered
,i i'. liy    numbei     of robust,  rosy-
clieekcd eniNiin children      I tisojihls-
Uialid.   iiuciilauiuialiil.     Hie.       Will
iliink in knowledge. Ulu not leach
ihem in do right?
Ob. woman! thank Oi d ibai ymi
have a home and that you may be
({lieen iu It, liei tei Ih* ilu-ie Mian
wear a Victoria's coronot. Belter
be there than carry ihc purse ol a
princess. Vour ahode may he
humble, hut ymi can, hy your faith
in (lotl, and ynur cheerfulness nf demeanor, gild i' witb splendors such
as an upiiolsler's hand never yel
kindled. There are alxxtes in every
city—'humble, iwu stories; fnur plain,
unpapered ixioms;    undesirahlc neigh-
horhood; ami vet there is a man whn
wuuld die nn Mn- threshold raihei
1 ban sin it nder. W hy'.' 11 is I mum
These children may come up after a
while, and Ihey may win high positions, and they ma) have iiu affluettl
resilience;   bill    (lie)       w ill   nnt   until
iheir dying day forgel Uial humbli
rnof, under winch their father rested, and tlieir mother sang, ami theii
istv
aynl
Why should hearts spend years on
eaHli growing Into nne, knitting life
inlu life, blending soul into soul,
fm a union thai is nnl tu reach be-
vnnd Mie valleys nf sh.ulnws'' Hus-
hands, vnu ale Mie head nf Itn- home,
why imt be the head of ilu- home fm
eternity?
V. V   A V. CONSTRUCTION.
ORRAT    NORTHIORN   OFFICIALS
IN SPOKANE GIVE OCT COMPANY'S I'ROORAMME.
Tlie Spokesman-Review states that
wmk nn the const met Ion uf the
Princeton-Vancouver division of the
Vft'-i con ver, Victoria and Easieni
railway will probably la-gin within
iui davs, according lo announcements
11Ki.I." in Spukane In Great N'miherii
olllcla-ls.
This means, n-dd lbe paper, that the
Hill interests will drive steadily
ahead with lhc work uf a connecting
line between Spukane and the Canadian coast. With 3,(100 men at work
and places fnr nearlv that many
mure, Pi.ricr Bins. A Welsh, railroad
con tractors, aie pushing ibe grading,
bridge and HesiU- wurk nn the Vancouver, Victoria .V Eastern line be-
Iw.vn Midway. It. (\. and Oroville,
Wash., with alt possible spmi. They
are also busy on the Hill line between the Columbia river and Vancouver, fnr which thev have i oii-
traets for fifty miles of sub-structure
cast of Vaueouver, and on the Cul-
desac-Orangevillo   dlvisli ti    of     the
Northern I'acilic, and un the Spokane A Inland Electric Railway
Companv's line from Buck Creek tn
Waverlr! 'I'1"' V.. V. and E. is to
be puslicd nn to Pi-incpton, B. C,
thenee in Vancouver, a distance nf
mine Hi,in .Sim miles.
CONDITION  OK TIIK SULLIVAN.
INTEREST ON    THE BONOS   IS-
Sl KI) UY THE COMPANY
IN ARREARS.
Tbe stock of the Sullivan Mining
company has been dropped steadily
of laic,' and no nue understood the
reason fur il. Senator Oeorge Turner, whu has just returned from tbe
cast, was interviewed on Thursday
bv a Spokesman-Review reporter as
follows:
.Ittdge Turner was asked as to the
situation uf tbe Sullivan Group Mining company at Marysville, B C.
in which he ti a heavy stockholder.
The Federal Mining and Smelting
company owns the bonds of Mn- Sullivan, and Charles Sweeney, president ul lhc Federal, bad aii option
on  lhe stock ai  lli cents a  share.
"Tbe option was diopp.il .lainiaiv
1." said Judge Turner. "My associates and ni)self ale in the same
position its lbe general public. We
-.iill have oui stock. I bave not
had anv reason io change mv belief
ihai the Sullivan has largo bodies of
good  , and    I cannot say that    1
feel any anxletj ns tn the foreclosure
uf the bonds. ' Yes, lhe interest on
tbe bunds fust issued for Mie build-
in,;     nf   the     smeller     is   fully   llliee
yeats iu arrears, and no InUreal has
been mel mi Mn- large -bond Issue
aul Inn [/.nl  for  Iut iher  improvements
When     lhe     Sweeney    interests   took
over ihe property. The SulHvan had
a lloaling dch't of ?12fi,0(l0, in addition to lis Mou.omi |„,i,.l issue, and
Unworn pany lias lieen paving nil thai
floating debt before meeting the interest nn Mie IhukIs. The floating
debt should lie wi-fHil nul in three
inniiths. The Sollivan made a profit of $17,(nm in March. However,
I am informed that there is enough
ore in sight to last tor several
months. If any strike has been
itiiiile. I hue not Imvii Informed of
il, and if Mr. Sweeny has made anv
purchases of Suli van' stock on ttie
market, I have not heard of it."
Ckewent Lodgb No'. 33
KNIQHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranhrook, B. C.
Meets eveiy Tuesday at tJ p. m. at
New Fraternity Hall.
J. A. Arnuld, K.R.S.
George Thomson, CC,
Visiting   brethren   cordially invitee
to ftt-ti-nd.
and Surveyors,
CRANBROOK, B. L.
THOS. T. MoVITTlE. P. L. S.
I. T. LAIDLAW.  y    E.
Irinhrook   LkiI I ninn   IUI of lbe tnlici
BroUierhtmd ol Cirpenien. and Jolncrt
ul America. *,'
Meetings every Thursday evening a *•
I. O. G. T. ball, over 1'aimure Bros, v
store. *
Visiting brethren cordUlly Invited |
Fred Yuili,             Kdwaid Foote, | „
Rec.-Sec.                           I'lesidein ;>
.O.O.F.    Key City Lodi [
No. 4i. Metis every f ••
.Monday       u._-.lit       KI j   *
Sew    Fraternity   Hull,     sojot".,. I~
ing oddfellows eui dully Invited,
■•?!•?.•••*••«■« W&i*i~4'4-S-0
|   First-class Work by Expert-   ■*>
*> *i»
| enceci   Hands. m
i> Z
*■    The Cranbrook Hotel    f
ji BARBER SHOP:
!,   Facial Massage a Specialty   Z
• T. E. SOUTH,   Prop'r. I
II   JkKii
N. Q.
M. Ii. Ilium
tieo'y.
Cr.ihfMiil, IoJkc. No. 1
A. F. * A. M.
Hi-iilar iiifi-tiu-s ul
thc third Thursdij
ol ev.ry moulh.
Visiting Iiri'll. til  Wflriilnnl.
S.  11. lliiskins, Sec'y,
M. A. Ileal,, v.. Al.
CKAN1IH00K A10I1IE NO. Illi;
F.   0.   E.
Patmore    Hall   i-vi i
M.-..-I
Tliiutiiiay
l'. Iloss Tate, IV. 1'.
A. M. Illauk, tv. Sec'
VisitiiiK luuilii-rs cordially Invited,
LOYAL OliANOK LOUtill, NO. I«71
CIIANIlltOOK
nl
Meet nl  II   ui    V. Il.ill
Hli Saturday each .......11..
VIsilliiR liii'tliitii iihmys welcome,
T. Iliiiii-i, .las.  E. Larrignii,
H'. Jl. Scc'v.
W. F. OURO.
Barrutcr, Solicitor, Etc
URANUItOOK,BRITISH  COLUUB1.
HARVEY & McCARTER,
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Hiidl Block Cra-ibrook, B C.
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C. H. DUNBAR      !
Barrutcr, Solicitor, Notary   »
PubUc. Etc i
• CLINE'S   POPULAR {
j BARBERSHOP
J is now located in its comfort-
■ able and attractive new quar-
J ters in the Manitoba Hotel.
. This institution is iust up-to-
* date and is moderniy equipped
J to do iust the best work in all f
, branches ot the tonsorial art. I
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W. R. BEATTY,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR,
ORANBROOK, B, C.
TELEPHONE M
Cranbrook,
B. C.
DRS. KING & GREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Olllc* at Residence, Armstrong Ave
OFFICE HOURS :
Forenoon- - - . . 1.30 to   11
Alternoou- - - . . 1,30 to 3.30
Evening! 7.30 to 8.30
CRANBROOK ::    ::    ::    :.-    B. C
DR. F. E. KINO
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS :
• to 12 a.m.
1 to  I p.m.
7 to  I p.m.
Office and residence on Armstrong av,
CRANBROOK, B. C.
AIN'T IT THE TRUTH.
'•Palsy" Kin*;, former 1i«mI ot
Ohloaoo's policy ring, is K<'i'.K to
unit CliicaKu and ko inlo hus-irH-ss in
fliililfielils. Nevada, He says: "I am
through wilii gambling. Tlwrci is
jus-l as much money in logil'lmato
Inisint'ss and vihi itonH have to take
sii.-li long I'ha.ices. The average
busini'ss man makes more money than
ttie best gambler  llial ever lived.'1
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS i
I to li a.m,
1 to   I p.m.
7 to   I p.m.
Office In new Reid block
CRANBROOK, B. C
J. M.DERR,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
Repairing Promptly Done.
Footwear to Measure a Specialty
People wbo want job work dont
cannot aBord tu pay for puor wurk
Tbat li why It pays to get wurk
done at Uie Herald office. No cum
plaint li made of ibe work turned out
here for the reason Uiat lt Ui up to
•late and Uw work of uj to dat*
printers. That makes a diflereoc*
witk aif IbIItMuI
LOOK AT THIS I
If you requlre'any hired help, either male or female, write to us. Our
clmrges are reasonable.
ELLIS & McLEAN,
Employment,     real   estate,   insurance and commission agents.
U-tf Wetaskiwin. Alberta.
ALL IN THK CONTRACT.
The Minister—"Anil does your papa
say urac-e at Uw tabic, too'.'
I'he AorcI Child—"Yes, sir, hut lie
d-m-Mi'l say  it like you do."
The MMfftcr—"Wh*! din-s lie say?'
Tlw Ancel Chitd-"IIe sits dounan'
Iih&s around nn' says: "Clood Lord,
whftt a dinnr-r."
SEEN IT.
Mary—Have you seen Mabel's
Ka^vrm-nt rinR?
Itessk^-Soeff if Why, I wore
all last summer.
Drink Home Beer
It is Pure
It is Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
STOCK BROKERS
AND DEALERS IN
MINING SHARES
^e Bj/ ani S:II  on  C^/nnission
WANTED:-Western Oil and
Diamond Vale Shares.
Waghorn, Gwynnc &
Company,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
NOTICE.
Notice is h--rt*liy given that one
month aftei date an apjihciUun will
lie made !u tin- tiovemor in tijuncil
hv Valentine Hyde Baker, Jainta
Kv.iii, Clmrles l>. McNab, Charles
Oeorge LyttiJeton .unl Viscount tiuh-
haiu, umlcr ilm provisions oi Chapter
!U, «d ide Huvlsed Statutes ol Canada, Ior permission to construct
dams, hoi'iiiii add otlici improvements
i"i logging and saw milling jnir|ms«*3
in tin- Kootena) Itivci in South Kasi
Kootenay, British Columbia.
Tht.' plans ni Hn* w<ns.s proposed to
he constructed .m.i a description ut
Un- sii.- Micreol as required hy tlte
saul A.i have been deposited with
ihe Itegistrai .-i Land Titles at Nelson, B. i'., .m.i with itn* Miiustt-i ul
Public  UuiU at Ottawa, Ontario.
DaiiM ai Cranbrook, B C, this
Itiili March, mmi.
\\ ti Qurd, Holiciioi foi tin- ap-
p| leant>. ai a
TI.\IBi:ii NOTICK.
Take notice that thirty days after
dale   i   intend   to  apply   10   Hie   Chief
Commissionei nf Lands and Works
at Victoria for a special license tu
cut and c.iiiy away Limber from oft
the following described lands in Kast
Kootenay;
Commencing at a pust planted at
the Intersection of t-he western boundary of lot Nu. 8B93, group 1, with
the northern limit of tbe right-oi-
way uf the B. ('. S, Railway, thwieo
south-westerly along said northern
houndary ol lhe said right-of-Wa?
seventy chains, more or less, to lhu
northern boundary of l"i 2805, grodp
1; thenee west iti chains, mule or
less, to the narth-west corner of lot
280.1,   thenco north   kii chains, tbence
cast   IHO eliains,   thence suuth  to  lhc
northern boundary t-i saul lm No.
3803: thence west along said northern boundary to the north-west corner ut lul Nn. 3003, thenco soulh
along the western boundary ol said
lot to lhe plaee of beginning,
Win, Iliggins.
Dal^-d  this  lOtli   dav  uf  .March,  A.
!>., lUOli, I1-5W I
TIIK   CI-AM-.ltllllK    IIKWAI.0
IHAN BROOK HERALD
ll.  u,e Herald   Publl I.
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lli.ili   in   south
ling ,.l stwrs by Indians to Rive Uh
lisiimg p! uuv an nli-a ol bo* buffalo urn* hunted by Hie untamed savage ..I Hie west in tire earl, tlay-i.
Tin- Calgary people sai* Uut Hn'
liiui.il cil.italiou took I'laee '•"!'"'
mil,-, (.....i Calgaiy j
Lottie lhe Ziol ptopM and lellft*
u.u- lak.-l. lias Wtrittd Io t'liuan..
ODh to lind that llie millions Ihal
in* induced Mie people to *,"« I""'
iiuv.* Ih^-ii token possession ol by one
ui ins disciples, When one nods "i
iiiini'iii-e   tti-aiih accumulated by
EXCUSE THE   IMPERTINENCE,  BUT
WHO'S   YOUR   TAILOR?
'•"     !   ■*' N"„'";",    l     ' ll.iv liliii'e of lakers, lie marv.ls tl,.,l
K.,., k,,,i,i,.,i .*.,.. afford '.. i"* > "  I ,,t *,mhl Bver wmk      Paking
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, ..,,„ i,   ,.i„|    ynu   i.i  lie li.xi.--'  ami    fair  in  Ihe llval-
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'..II  kinds ol steals  ulioii  Hipso    enn
l.aeis   ttimtil   Ik*  li'l.      Tlie ooiill.icls
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HERALD AGENCIES  j;
The Meruit) will be lound on <,
sale al lhc fnlhming places:
J► Marysville, Marysville Dm* Slore ,'»
\ [ Wardner, li Donahue's Store        ''
Moyie. S. K. Harvie's Drue Slore
• Ryan, K. P, Unlay
Fernie, Purdys Hook Slore
Elko, llnlbrook's Book Store J
Cranhrook,  Beattie & Atchison's
and C. I:. Keid & Co. s
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ihe disappointment of ih.se too pte\
. Ions hiwler.-., thev were lei in each
'..i-' to the lowest 'bidders, and these
were somol'hhig like VUMiy.ooii    les*.
ih»n i*ho eng'Hicers' osiMmales.
The i\rmstroiig Advertiser Is one
wai ohl, and l-u-da) is one ol lh.'
best local papers in the i .fierier ol
tHre province. The Advertiser, during
Hid twelve months existence, lius
winked faithful!) for the districl in
which 'it is published, ami hah been
Mi-limit a question of a doubl, a
powor for good and t-he genera,') advancement uf Mmi section of Uiu
cnonlry.
The gartmge, rubbish and offal thai
has Ihvii piled up ou lhe prairie is
an oui rti'gv to common decency. a
iiH'iiaec to the licaMh of lhc people
and a constant danger io IJrose driv-
hig'bj wiih the average burse of ihis
eouirtrj. Why the government per
mil-led' this Is'-beyontl the compreheii
sion of ihe people. There "are officials here but lhe work went on
jusl Mie same. After complaints gol
so numerous that they could Iw heard
uu every side, aet-i n was taken to
stop dumping stuff there. The least
ihe government can do now is to
put nun at work burning up the stuff
and reducing to the lowest minimum
llie danger ot disease on account of
this garbage heap. i
Mr. SimmouK was elected as the
liberal candidate iu the hye-electinn
al Ijcl'bbrldgc. A imt her case of
coercion, or rather, will the Kon-
servahives ever wake up to the fact
that Mie old battle cry is played oui
in the new province. It works all
light in Ontario, hundreds of miles
away, but it won't go witb lhe
people of the new provinces tbeni-
selvcR, I
Mr. and Mrs. Leask, of this city,
parents of the i.eask brothers*, ate
7tl and 7a years of a*ge respeelively,
ami hoth hale and hearty. The Herald trusts that- they jiiay live lo
set* many more years of happiness.     |
It is about lime that the song'
"lie's a .lolly OoOd Fellow," is cul
out at banquets. Singing it once
i.i twice is all right, but when ii
gets so Mut every time a name is
mentioned someone around the lahle
Jumps to his feel au-ri start? to slug
"lie's a I He -lollis-h Good KeMow,"i
it grows a little monotonous. J
Craitbrook has a tine lot of boosters,     They get togeiher and     work'
togeMter and bhat always means sue
cess.
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mi with the style, fit and finish of the clothing?
ffl Has your coat that full, wide shoulder effect?
gj Are the trousers just  the right  fullness and
ffl shape?    Does your vest, at the back, strike the
g5 right spot on your collar?     If these things are
ffl all correct, then don't look at our 20th Cen-
ES tury Clothing, and don't read any more
ffl of this.   Of course a few dollars don't count on
gi a suit if it suits, but you might as well have
ffl those few dollars.
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20th Century Clothing
5-5 Is exactly right In fit, finish, style and price.   It commences on the
ffl rung of the ladder of popularity  just where  the other fellow's
ffl "best" stops.   It is the acme of style for good dressers,    No slop-
ffl ing shoulders!    No creasing fronts on the coats!    No out-of-date
ffl puffs or tightness in the wrong place on the trousers!   No creases
ffl or wrinkles in front of the shoulders of the vest, trying to get un-
ffl der your bracesl
I PROPERLY PRESSED
ES FINEST   FINISHED
| PRUDENTLY PRICED
ffl Where do you find better dressed men than commercial trav-
ffl elers?   Open up the coat of the majority and see the brand on it—
ffl 20th Century most certain.   Yes, there's the same goodness about
^0^|f^@^a@t^l^^ii@t^^)aiaStSltSltiati 20Ui CENTURY OVERCOATS AND SHOWER COATS.    We take spe-
cial measurements, whether you are pot-bellied, round shouldered
or a perfect type of physical manhood we will fit  you just the same and guarantee our goods with our long years' of experience and
reputation at the back of it, and if this does'nt cut any figure, then money back will do it.
HILL    &   COMPANY
CRANBROOK'S  GREATEST  STORE
I'A If
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lieen  III pmi
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luun I,.iil.i
nilliiiiin ,,l
llieie li.i. In*
lull   nl   llm
licei.   * in
ml > 111 -i*.
Slales have
lln- nostrils
nml,  n|  lln
AiRallt  'In- Heralil  would eall     the
nl lent ion of llie    people oul-siile    of
riinibiool, that ihe motive umlerlyhin
H.v i,r*cani/at*ion of the 100 elilli was
Uml  on"     ll"'"  '" I"'"1'1   Ub* ailiaiii-einoii!   of  ilie wli<i.e    dis-
li-iiitih ul linn' hu-- ii- In  IHr-l tributary to lln- loan, anil 	
Hu* ilml -i ciilup lolloit    lur ii',li*iiii.*iiy    just   the  tov.n  Hsill.
ij. un.In lln* -'UM* ul lo.al a/lieu ihe motion lias made nl 'lie
ul miliusiaslle supporters l{o,>.il of Trade it ivas atoi.R tlmse
t inrilili*.. ili.tii il lias from Ii.iii, anil il is unfortunate llial any
iiii.ui- iii-ni ni lln* opposi- oilier Impression lias £<jne nn n.nl,
ii ["inliers nn* a pcstll- c.atvtirooli is working for 'he v--li.il.'
l.i in... - mi parly dceay ami tllslrtet ami llie nionev raised bv the
ilefenl      li  tain's    groat   mu ,-].il>   will hi- used I.u* llial,   pur-
 '■   -"   •'■■■   pall   "I     Hu*   pose. i ,
Hie insidious   |!
.mttnr,    a.j.l'   The Kenile   Krcc    I'resi.* condemns
IW-  tin"    KirUi-Ka'lon I'lilertaiiiuienl. say-  s
nj; thai it was poor in almost ever
li'spin.      The  Fi*ee  Press must     1
Maybe ii wotilil pn
MOYIE LEADER
EIGHT YEARS OLD
Ihal  ilu* I'lliiiir .-mi sai, '*l mu.   no1 A ST I HV KHOJI I.IKK
inan ,i cent."    Smith is slowlv   le-lsine a snnit of pestilent-.., t fellow
eelvlnn his i.-iv.inl.' ami lie ileserves       lull ol rye,
.iilifu! friend lu! Knur and twenty serpwils, daoeing in
il   frii'inls.     anil his eve.
II.. li.
hi
Tin* Moll,. I.eilllei is fish! veals
old, anil Kri'd .1 SlllJ-lll, Hm eilitnl
.n.l pr.ipi-ieliil-, li.is ilosvil .-ulil
years ol liie as a iiewspaper inililish-
fl* in Kasl Km,i.-li.u. Tin* I.eilllei
Was sl.lllill lllirll 111
onlv om- uiiiiiiii ohl.
lirsi issue Iii llie pies
i.ivil for Moyie anil
Ami ii has uui been
M.u
lo-ll
lllll*
111,'   llll'l!   ,l|l|ll
Sill*
sin
-lllllll
*.	
Tin
Herald    wits
111    lllllll        ils
en I, il has lllllll llu* dislriel.
s Hi sailing
III.'   |i.illv   lllllliel.
ii nn parly in tlie
lvili_eil world Uial   ran
ii   Ihal   lili-lilnm.  luiiili
1'olilies  in  lhe     I niteil   hu'd to please.
In
i.l .
li-	
ol iill I
I'." Iiilu Livi
mi ui del
In   ihis .
.nlv    11
I   Uie.
al
Brunei    .nul
hums ...1 iinlll
"f   politic- 1
suppo
iullui'iii'i'  thai   |ll
nml his lelloiv Rrntte
of all  Bovernmeiils
1.01I.   flag nnil one desli
nli* 11     sli-iuh  in f,-i* an  I nele Tom's I'aliill show
illl'Sl   uu ti hy llu*. -^ .
trailer, mnl poll- if u...    Mellride Kovernmenl     was
lireii a bye word itcaiiivg wilh tlio fl rami Trunk l-aeilii*
sum in  lhe same direct   in  lhe  Kaien  island ileal,  whi
a^e  politieal   pin- dill  llml   company  draw  up a cheque
■cl holiest men    as f,,r   Larsen,    Anderson,    et. al.  for
need men nl great 110,000?     The more this mailer   is
Tli,-     eorporation explained   hy     the   governmenl     the
siinlicaie    ivnlle worse it appears.
has  no eiincepl ion 	
pie mid gives    bis Planl    trees.      Craitbrook    should
for what ho    can have a Iree planting week.     A  Iree
for     him   is a great investment as it pays such
This curse  a hig interest iin the summer time,
null*     one, 1
ninl Unit      It.  T.    I,owrv bas    selected lllcen-
Kililm     Snulli,  bv  anv   menus. |
Tunc and again liis l.lc'has 1 11 snv-|
i-ll   by    llie       li'ieipl      ul   .1   S2.HU
setipiion from some suhsciilii
Siaies or Kiisleru C'uliiidn, i
IIU.I1CV     llll'illll    III      ll'.lsl       lllli*
meal n daj  i.u  I   Mays.
were Uu- days of depression in
Moyie, lb," ilnys wlien llu* lilines were
closcil. wliiii Ibi'l'e were uo pay days,
lllllll   nielcbiilils    Ii.i.I    mill   ail   ucca-
si il ensl i   nnd when Uu- Imlels
held    jubilees    ninn   n   "live   one"
struck   tin-   luun.      llm  in Un- eni-'
minis ul ihe Lender Ibere never was  si
sb.ui n    uuv    l lac-   nf    lllltlger,    anv
Irace nf  Hie old  ll.niiicl  -shirt   turned '     1
io save tin- laundry   hill,  any id.
Of   lhe  li.u    flied   111   Hie   In. I",   oil!
because Uieu* uas iml   iniy cents
sigh! u, pay for a meal, any sine
Wlllll bis eves weic open.ll, Iii
ed foi  liis life,
Wasn'l  he a prel ly chump In
fore bis wife.
His hat was in ib.' parlor ini.li-iim.nl
OBSERVATIONS l|llls1'ton°stt'wei-c In the hallway, his
cnat  was mi lhc chair,
His trousers in the kitchen, his collar nn  a  sht-tl,
Hilt he hasn't any notii.n whoro lie
was hitnsi'lt.
When the mnin was hronklng some
iiiu' heard him call
His Item! was on the ict* hox, willed]
was thc hest  ol all.
f)»*->-3-B*9*a3Mfle-fre-CR ee-frte a..*
9     *-
a HY THK OLD MAN. i
»»*M'3*3-B-fl3-3-SfrtS-fr(CC-<<• C t 4«
TWO VKKSIONS,
■nli-   ,,. . ,, i..   ,
ii.,.  Sing, mnl lhc \Miii.i s imrmonlou!
\'"u,,,i   Uniinhle, ami Uihvgs no wrong,
sonar    *.'"• »» ,ll",lil!"',
•iV   .   i"ii an- mil uf rhyme
.'",.,   Wiih tlie hnsv, husMiiiR Thu/im.
,".,,,-.   Kick ami there's trouhle hicwim
Whistle, anil life is guy,
Anil lhe world's in (tine
I.ilie a dav   in  .luui'.
Ami the clotiUs all melt nwny.
Ii>   uml      lh.
vmi,
Laugh, uml the
Howl, uml lhe \'
Iml ler com
Km      all  ol    us
mill shmiles mil
ihe dollar.     Political reput-ationa wood as lhe scene ol his nort news-
tiny l.e trailed in  the mire nl    dis- paper   enterprise.      The new   paper
grace,    the   riuliis   nf Uio    common will lie issued in a lew weeks.
tm [ile    may ho Ignored,   the lowest ■-    ■-
ilepths of political    infamy may    In*     Premier    Mcllii-de    says   that   lhe
leach.-il. hul tiny can- mil sn long as Kaim  island <leal was a gocrd tiling
they succeed m aceompllshlng the uh for i'ln- government.    We-don't know
jcet  they tiuvo in view.       This   has alioul   the government, but  it seems
In en demount rated in the Stales and to -have -been a mighly good thing (ur
ii has l.n'li demonstrated in Canada Mr. and Mrs. Anderson.
Never was lltoro such urgent need ul — ■
Ktir.ng, lionesl    men in Hie   political     Tire  Lethhridgc    cily council    has
arena as llicre is t ,-d.n.     Tu a eel- made an appropriation of $l,Wlfl for
tain cxtenl   ilu- moral sense nf    the publicity.       Letlrbrirtge  is    working
people seems in have heen Mini led hv along (lie right  tine and tlie    peuple
nets  ihii   in    lhe    past  would     have of  that  city appreciate  the value   nt
iimiiM'il a   lldal   wa\i' nf  indiniiatimi, Spreading   knowledge    nl   thc advan-
hut   with Hi.'   change ol  times    are tages  thai    IbaA     section   possi'sses
now accepted as a matter uf course among the    people   wlm are looking
And (he.se    ads nf public theft,    of for new locations.
systematic assaults upun  the public  '
treasury, are nut confined tu any nne      Kamloops   is   organizing a  lfl.nitl)
pain   nr anv   one    political    faith, club.     Hullv for Kamloops. |
On   ihe emiii'ai'v there is no    parly   '
Hi,[I   is nut    subjected tu the    same     Even   Victoria has aroused  herself
trouble, and no party has. heen able tn the ertcnl that there is talk of a
tu keep ii*  skirls entirely free   from Imost-er ohib, hut   thai    is nul  what
Hie slain nf corruption. '   The relief thoy will call il.    The word "boost-  ■	
lies wiili Hu- people and the develop- ev" seems crude and coats   lo    the hearlsiekiicsx   or despair.
ment     of  Hi.* demaml   fur a higher erudite   mind of ttie aesthetic    Vie- contrary    each    issue of   ihe   paper
standard ol political honesty.     With lorian, Mid one of the daily papers,  spoke uf the glories ol  tlm c.imate,
that development    will    come relief, in a   sudden lit of   energy, cried    In   the beauty of the lake,  i lie magnill-
itud in no othei  way . -lows of jubilant joy, yel never   tor- fence of the toweling mountain tups,
 ♦   ■ ■ — getting  tiie arisiocpatic  prestige     of   the  vast   deposits of  lead  and  silver
EDITORIAL MiTi:s. the city, "Let us have a little   more  i,t    Mi ise   mountains   thai    sheltered
 ■ ' life in Victoria, bul bo careful    and  the struggling   tuwu nf  Mnyie,    ihe
Carnegie   has     struck     tlie down not commercialize   the city in secur-  days ol prosperity  thai  were   bou
llr Ihis started in on prom- ing it."     If that   ti not "truly   Vic- lo come when the price nf lead    ad-l
V, .1. SMYTH,
Uie
Nnr all of us t
Hut  a slniiile v.i
mm lit mm roar;
rid Mil leaf imi
hack un more,
couldn't pen hand
■ar tcunt clothes;
n it exbeuslve,
irld uf wn.s.
It is easier tn move than to pay
rent, is an old saying. Thai mav
he true, tint it ti betler to save vnur
money and liuild a home nf vour
"wn. Any man can afford to build
in a town lhat is growing, and no
man can a-lord to pay rent, if lie is
ambitious t«. accumulate something,
up
(in Hie square, now, isn't the main
street ol Cianbrook a thing nf beauty
iiiui a joy forever? Ruck piles, boulders, ash piles, water pipe ridges,
sink holes, hoards and truck of different kiwis, and still the work of
prisoners is confined to side streets,
Ivo, Itiwl nothing is done t« make the
s, main  streel   presentable,      A   strang-
-Kclecleil' i'r stood al  the Cranhrook hotel eor-
I ner the other dav,   and hmkiiij;
| and down the street, said:        '(
Tun many young men often refer to brook has   tbe    worst looking main
lheir mother   a^ thi- "..id woman."hlreet in the   Kootenays, awl    from
Perhaps vmi   did m.i   moan it   Uiat wlml I had lieaixl of the lowu il is a
wny, bill   it    Bouwled     coarse    nml surprise    lu   me."      Well, for thai
hiiit.il.     No true mmi refers to    his   matter il  is a surprise to a lot    of
mother ns tlie "old woman."   Quite 1'coplc living rlgbl  in the town.
likelv    she  is uld,     and  gray    nml! 	
wrinkled  hul   it   is alsi   quite likelv     Sny, young man, have you slatted
thai some of those gray Inlrs ami   a  ''bad  bank account  yet?     When   will
lew iif thuwe wrinkles were c.iused bv  v,iU tlml a better     time Hum    right
the long viirils she   jut  in at  ynur uow?
bedside when youthful ills were try- 	
uii;   to elaim   vmi. MotllCI   doesn't I     And  still   Ihe subscription    list     of
like in he referred li as the uld 'I"' Herald mows. This fart uives
woman, ll mokes her feel us tlinughl"S meat pleasure as each new sub-
she had nm her race and was now, scrlber adds lo Ihc value uf lhc Her-
onlv in Hn* wny. Th.- wmi.I has no Uld as an advert-islng medium, And
use lor (he boy who doesn'l reverence speaking of circulation as the basis
his mother. ' The mini who lovesM the value or advertising reminds
and respects his mother bus to be| "a of Ihe remark made hv a business
pretty mean  before    the community 'han Inst week.    We had the printed
will m. bad  him altogether.   The  '"si uf subscribers In tin. lln aid and
bnt win.- sees tu it Uial mother shewed it In him, as be was an nd-
do'csn'l have In bring in a bucket 'crti.>er in lhe Herald and was (tl
uf eon] ur sweep the snow off Ihej titled lu know what be was
Porch is dning mure toward at tract-U?HHug -ul his j,,,,,,,.-,. n,..
iiu; (lie attention of lhe Lord than ,r,R :i business mmi who ap-
Uie mm wlm gives M.utili toward Preciated elreil'latioii be made a
building a new church, When she is cart-Till exainhiatlon ot the list, When
gone, mv hnv, il will be a whole Iol, through, be said: "I am ruost
if satisfaction to know that vmi   al-1 agreeably surprised.     It is easv   for
gin.i for a while and those 1 tains
frum Hn- east eame Into ihal town
in fmii and live seel inns. It has
been a greal ibing for Regina, and
that (own is only one of many all
the prairie on the main hues of
ig  fr    the  east     to
towns ihat ate tributary lo Cran
brook. Thai wnh tour huge eircii
laiion bete in lown is what interest
the business man who is paying hi
money for advertising."       And ye
theee ale a  numbei   of business    men   OVel
in Civnbiiuk wlm pay lheir advcr.lls-  tlu- mails
Ing bills every month ami never ask  ihe wesi.
the Herald  to     look al   Hie lisl     ul 	
subsiT.bers so that thoy mav know W. 12. Watts-What a great coiin-
wbai tbey are getting fur their 'ry this tor a young man, providing
money. ll is onlv a matter of Hul he is reliable and energetic.
business, and everv man who pays Take ihe lumber business alone,
ihc Herald a cent for advertising is There are a largo number of mills
entitled to know whether bis ad. is in this disiriet and Ihere is tml nun
getting a circulation of Iflfl or I,(101) of them whu has not a place for Hie
copies, and Hie Herald coin is im|iiir- righl kind of a man. Talk about
ies nf ibis character, j work being scarce, why it is    ti.ui-
, I I sense.        We cannot   find     the men.
i There are men of course who    want.
jobs- bul wbo do not know how to d i
' - — ' any one thing, and sonic ot them aro
Victoria Tiuios:-To defend the n<>< anxious to learn. Hut to* the
Kaien Island deal is imh-ed an ex- "'■'" who is energetic, who Is rcli-
trenielv ilWicull task, Premier Mc- a ,l''' w1,° wanls to get tlm place of
Bride, wiih all his mendaeity and l,'fl man ahead by earning it, there
audacity, finds it so,     skill Is    nut  :l,v ™ kinds of opnorlunitics.
ritiuinii  to deny   thai   there were  in-  ,„,,,,,,..   ,,,,.„   V.,..   ..."   	
termedlarles Iwtweon the governmeul COHDIN ROAD DEPOT AT SPO-
and tlie (Irand Trunk Paeilie Raiiwav KANIv
A  DIFFICULT TASK.
company in Hie transaction. All thai
is necessary is a recklessness such as
might In? expected in a company nf
adventurers and a disregard Ior
1 nilh which does not comport with
the   position   of   lbe  premier  of     tl
D. ('. Corbln. builder of the Spokane A* Intel-nation raiiwav, s.ivs
Uial ii is more than likelv thai Ins
mad and the O. R. A N. Cn. will
Idle same depot   in  Spokane.      A
i.n-     in i.->i i |. in    ui      .ni-    .'...nil.     in in.' | ■   , ■ ,
province.    But there Is Hie corporeal ',      m**, , s ..     . Sf1"1.'    o     "v
individualiiv of Messrs. Anderson mui 'l"',,"1'1''!',"","T'1   ,"■.• '"' ,"',"M'
t/iusen stanihiiK Iorth prumi il.  in '   ""' Jjj ": ,*■' N- 011," 1'"'"1'"1 ""
tbe deal.   The   VOClloroua     -.isseveia ' "'   "' U' »l'le.   in  S|*„ki„„..  „,,l      a
(lions  of lhc   pi'i-iiiicr    caimi'l    wipe
these  tun     wnrUiy    (^.|illemen,  und
nidi distance fiiun the site
Id (I. it. ,v N. rtojiot,
.tliers u^si
xlslciice.
.•iaiill  Willi   thorn,
L'RANtmOOK   SIKH 1,11  IIAVH  IT.
MA.IXAMMOHS  I'KI'K.
isi-min
 Idle aged,
this   pnsl imr
uml.   in  pillil
nlil
The t'ak.
Inillraiaul  del
lad
ways   spoke of     her    tenderly    as newspapers to talk about circulation.
1 "iii'.Hiir." j Iiiii il is not    so easy fm* (.horn    lii
1 produce the Roods.        Ynu bave pro-
•  iluciil lhc goods.        1 did not  Ibink
'lectinp;   lorian, we have never beard an    ex- vanced, and uiber properlieR were de-1    !•*. n, Marsh, lormcrly n
ul liioklnn women lor  imssion  ihal was.     Sleep on    Vie- velnped, lhe   ihii-liine   nf hope    and Hie Crarrbrook branch nf lie- Imn
[i.l     ii.'itiitiniiiL'.   lhe   toria while you may, but lhe Utile is cheer.     And    the days   have    inline., bunk, and   who is   noiv     in Cobalt
i'..ini....ic is ■roliinx eoiniiiK when Mie go ahead element in To-day ihei-e is nol a better lown in  Out.,    semis  lbe   following,     taken
your cily will awaken to the oppot- all of ihc inter.r   of    Hie province   fmm' Hie (,'nbnll   Free Press   li   lhe
liiihlies, and tlien ynu will lake your Mian Moyie, and lbe Ilernlil is   glad   I),...,).!   ttS evidence of llie fuel  Ibat
p.i
.niiiiii'
mil with place among tbe important cities   nl  to know tliat Ibe   Leader is sharing in lhe new mining dislriel Ihey huvi
lbe kii-  Canada. in this |,n speriiy, lo such an extent' a newspapor up-to date:
,al Uial il was possible Inr a newspaper
in a town the size nf Cianbrook to
bine such a circulation, especially
wlien ymi lake ini,. consideration tho
fuel thill tbe country is so sparsely
leH'loil,    What pleases me is to  see
llnsstaiul   Miner: ~- CrnnlH'ook    is
"ll.llilr..-     to he  Iliad,'    lhe s hem
  i lennnius   of the    Knotcnny t'eiiiial
(lolilcn  Situ -'I'he rinnliioiik   Hei     i.irlionil. wbieb Uie r. I'   It   is ahoul
nW is Hi years old.    Kmni ibe li    In i ulrnol    Hirongli lhc Ki.oieii.iv
ol its birth  lbe lielaid  was ncvcl   all vnllcv. II   is Ill-gllcd nu I...I...II    ul
infant       Ue  will  In' hiniesl   allo.ll  H I'l.n.l 'k's  clahns    Ibat   il    *.     lbe
-Hie  1 Iel,ilil  is a  bi-tli-i   uapcr   Ihan rmiiiiiriei.il.  Im.lklllg ..ml  minim  ecu
tlio Shir; and lbe Shu is ihe k, I Ira    ,,f   Soiitlmwl    Kmitinoy ami
best     impel     pillrlisln.l   in   Hie   unl III I Ulelcl    il   IS ontllh-d   In   lbe     lei'
Success,     -'(lid     Man"     May     you   minus instead ot an aln.nst  ...,l..,,,vi..
Weal  dialnoiiils yel. I slain,n    on    Hie   Cons     [*,cs.  I	
• 'ninl.lunl,   is   willing   lu   I'.ive   a   hill.-
SHORT TALKS
sulv    In   sivurc
I Id  li.nr il.
In uiu
ali.l
MtlllK  II.  ('   IHVIHI-IMIS
nil,1,1
Nnr.vl.ir KiiiKr-Wlial .'..iiibiouk
m..||s is a lew iiiore suiall inaiiiifiii
ti'iine* cnlciprises.. lustiluliuiis nl
Uus rh.ii,mie limn a basis (o.
steady and ]h-i -ii.iii.-i.t |)ros|ierliy.'
And if Ceaiibronk innlil in some way
seenro clH-ap power small maniitao-
llliil.g eulcipiiscs could be eastlv es-
taWis-lml   and  run    at a prolll     il This dcclaraliou is al "lhe rule ul in
bandied   in a tiusiness   like manner,  pe. cent, per annum.
Ttie country  i" going ahead and   Uie =1=
demand     (or   iiiii.iiifacliiri.il  arlicli-s, I
■Uie very kind Ibat could be produced
here,  will he eoiistanlly ini'l'e.isinj..
I"i min. Api'll IP-Thc Com:
iii .lining anil SmnlMiig ,*,.,,,ji.h,i,
oiinhiB ibe Si Rugene, Wm liagle,
anil Ci'i.le. SI... mines, and the Ti.nl
sinollcr. has decl.ueil an inilial dividend nf __ per ceni. inr ihc quarter
-ihII'IIJS   Mieich .11,    piiyalilc   \l,n      1
Unit you have so many readers In tho  permanent settlers.       1 was at Ite-
TO HOTEL MEN
One    solid    brick up-liMlalc hold;
  liitnisli.il     Hnoiighiiiil;    doing   goid
Hurry I'arsons-l have jusl return- '"lslm!SS- '"'ire r'R,l,l forms easy.
eil   from    Maniloba   and   Saskatclte-j 	
wan, where 1 spent Ihe winter. I'n-1 One bold business doing liisl class
less a man lias been in tliat country ■business; on bayslaml 'branch c. 1'.
Ibis spring be can lorni no idea   us  It.
to Mie   vast lUiinlH-r ol Immigrants     Km further particulars applv to
coming inlii t.|ic country looking lor MI.I.IS A Mel,KAN,
land.    And tliey arc coming In make Box Hill,   Patmaude Block,
Wetasklwin, Alberta. Illi:   CIIANBHOOK   llKliAl.il
JLACE CURTAINS
I* House cleaning time every person repuires some curtains.   We
have them ir. endless variety from
50c   to   $12.00   PER.   PAIR
■ 20 pair of slightly soiled odd pairs of curtains to clear at exact-
| ly  one-half  price.
I We have a large shipment of linoleums in 3, 6, 12 feet wide
due to arrive ar the end of this week direct from the
manufacturers in the Old Country.
I
REID & COMPANY.,
I   Baker Street
Cranbrook. I). C.
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IG.  T.   ROGERS!
HOOT   AND   SHOE   DEPARTMENT
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*) We liavo ton a Railroad ('oiilti-iss. made of iiuilt' skin, ii is well ...
4: matlo, wiif.-r pnnif uml lillllll sown, Price, $4.25. f>
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4 When  w.. mlilnl Umh ilmji.uiiiimtil  no itiitiuipiiU'il iliiiiiu 11
4. uootl Ini-iui's.   We liiivo nnl.  Ini... iliBiippoiiiU'tl
4- Iinvt. si'tu several repi'iit orders for women's show
t lo hurry on our men's Roods,     These nrrivetl ihis week
«,- wnulil like vou tu sis, then..    Mon' Patent Camel Blui-lii.-rt, V
* lonr Calf, Bos Ca'f in black anil inn.      Tim I .hilt
« .-mil Lmil,'S'
j      HOSIERY  DEPARTflENI
1, *w
A lius,cry
In
I white ti'iinis sin
just receiveil our Beconil onnsi*.
s 's f»
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Cliil.l's t'littnn Lace Sucks, ilu.
4 Chilli's Wool Sucks, ill tan, ciir.lli.iil, vvliiteand black, 15a In
J* Misses' Wuul Hose, tan anil black double knees ami heels
*.       to 5flc, according tu size.
•t Weinen's Lisle Hose, fain
X        to 85c,
4.- Women's Cashmere black Huso Hoe.
} Men's half Huso. Llama. Cnshmero nud natural wool, J",,- in
4. Buy's Henvy Ribbed Stockings nil wool   tile tu Hue aeeonliii
♦       slue,
«     GROCERY  DEPARTMENT
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ASKING QUESTIONS OK
MANY PEOPLE.
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hnve iii 1 1 Wasa l-'ri-
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llu.li Mercer spent several .1:
"Iniliilis lho pasl   neck
II.     .1    .loleisoli.      lhe    coliliailnl.
liMi.il Urralon tills week.
Mi. S. Baiiilialill \isil.it bis lunch
al   t'leslnii   lasl   Saliiriluy.
Sam Morrow, of Marysville, paid
I'laiibionk a visit Tuestlay.
Tlui warm nlg-lils have ariiv-il ami
Hie bananas are growl..", rapiillv,
'llie  Kelllie  [nnlbil'll   lca.il  hail   lillllll
nl   llie I'os iiolilaii lasl  Friday.
II    I.    Mellli'Rol.     ol   Movie,   n-is
imiii at ib.. Cosmopolitan Satiii'iiay.
ti   I*'   .liiliiisiiui. proprlotor nt tbe
Movie llolel, iia . ., Claiiliio.il, li.u.11
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IV. T.ilili.illsel, nt Full Sleele. Was
lisilitu llitb Ills sislels III liillli Ves-
lei.l.il.
ill C.LMiei. ^iileiiutieiil limliel'
ilispeeliii,   has   leliuiieil   trom   a    Irip
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\in llll A   lli'liells.
I'ln* bank clerks ale    alwavs Imi
a'     K.islei     nine I'hev   have I
lK.li.lara iiilliili .1  week.
Tor Vour Animal Tricttds
1, I  lb. bucks Ue.
Ji  McMillan, of  Edmonton,
ml .11  llie r,,siii,i|in!iiiiii Hie 1,
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« ll.iinili. 11 has Imnrcveil ibe
*■...,- ..I Ins propei-ij ou baker ll.ll
0 luii'im*. ii iiiue around 11
I       \    tlillis,   of   Utah   Itive.     e.ime
ip  Mi.iul.il  ,,n   business and  is    1,-
i-'H'l   .1!    Hie   Cisuiopolililll
Mm      \      .iibiison aad child.    1.1
'I *   '.tn    1-      iisitinii   uilli     Ml
ll 1   Ml-    .1    U....,ls  Hus   neck
M*     .m.i   Mm      ,1     K    Priltgl-  ill,He
:   Iron.   Marysville   Friday morning
I     ulnl ui-.i      .ic.llli    lhe' full.mum
rhe_|i   lace  CU! tain-  at   Held -
Mam   lll.i.h.iiil   „l IVlilill,*   u„    .,
,,iv i, I uesduy
(:.-, \ I..uiu.- ..f r.esl..n iv.,. ,t
:,,nii   Kinlai
I'l,.i- Km. I. „l M.,i i-i ill.- ». al
the   Hotal   TIiiii-iI...
\    Erirkson    was down In.... W.
.Illle  las!   ttislnclai
Ml-- Ward !,., .mn.* I.. I.i-ilil,:,.!- ,
in visit   Willi   ,,   lm,Ibei
I.      \      Will  .ill. .....     „l    r.,1.,,11      *.,.,.
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\ \l,r..,l ,,i foil Sleele lun
inn was ,i n-ii.,1 in iuiui Monda)
Th.in.i-.    Draper,    ..I  tlie     Xelson
Nells       ll.i        l.-.l    l.l, ,1     ,,'      '!:■        II,.l.ll
Saturday
■ I il M..*.,iiiiiii ii,ii,-,i Nelson
this  m-ck   mi     .iiisiiicss     returning
Weill,, s-l.,1
I' H I'le ..,1, ma-l.-i uns ham.
on   lbe  I',,llm,   i,,,.,!      na-   u-elsli-ieil
ai Hie Royal Thursday
Tlie man ubo Halk.il nn il'atcl
.Wei    lieaiil   ,,[    such        pines    _!    ...,-
siioiin ii,   |„,    .,.  11,11 ,i  r,  ,
Three down Plymouth  Itoek .Iml,
His  I.ii   sale,   H:'i UU  ilu/i h,       -\|l|ilt   'i,
Samuel Mi Lean, Mayunk, ll  .'   l-ll'
I'h.ls 'lillnei ie|il.s.iil nn;     1|„.
He,,   F   lliv.ui   I'm.ii e-.ini      ni
.1 llllil|ie_,        lla*      leal-let.i!    ..1       l|ie
Itnyal Thurnday
I* I. ll.nvili une representing Hu*
Kootena)    C'lgai    Po., ami the llml.
'...ii   li.u   In     n(     Nclsnii.   was   regis-
i.-ieil .ii  ihc Royal Fn.I.ii
Mis S T. Sel l is. nl I'Moago, lefl
ycsteixlj) f.u b.i iiuine aflei speiid-
um Hn- iilniii Willi her parents, Mi.
ami Mi-   Trim ai Perry Preek.
E. H Johnson, ot Mi Kinnnu &
.lohii.si.li. nnil io Cowley yesterday
to assist  Tom  I.eask  ill  lbe seleclinii
i.i a number nf burses lor lhc halter's mill ui Creston,
Rev. il..mlu.,hi pasi,.i nf ihc Han-
lisl chinch, is iu Sols, li ibis neck
Tbe llii|il lsl   pulpit   will  he Mini  IICXl
Sunday  'ning ami evening In* Rev.
10.   II.' Shanks,   nl   Nelsi.ll
Mis    K    M,,11,1,i.lain,■ came lip  11,,tl
Creston a few .lavs ago lo vlsil wiih
llr. Malliiuil.iine.'iiir.l III,- pnsl week
thev have been vtstoiig various points
along ibe Crow, nnd also Calgary.
1 'a I........   lllo.-.    are    lillilm   up     a
blower   syslem     lm-    ibe Spaiiv I
Lumber I'n , al Sparwnoil, II. t'.
This linn bale lhe repulal on all nicr
Snuih Easl In. .tina., of being experts in Ibis line anil I'lilisoqllciillv
an* doing ., very large Irnde.
Wlien'' -in Hamilton" nnl ib.i m-i
lbe,,* i;u uls. luiasvinc a bin's l,,,x
call .shoe, sizes s lo III, ('or ll,1i-
Wo.th ii.iii. The same in lis In
^s   al   Tbe,      A   wnmilll's   -line  al   SI.
worth .«*.'. Truly llill ,v Co will he
in ibe baa.Is ,,f ih.* reeelvel  ttrxt.
Itlllned. llut sliil al Hie -.line.
I.mllm anil chrlilr. ns' I is ami slippers will he suld ul nm* half He re
■llll.ll*   price,          A   l.llile ileviilcil     Iii
tlM.se   hues   will   mi. ml     Hie whole
length of ibe slore.     -i wl   mu
bin. ne.l look al llle prices.-IIill ,v
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Jessie McCallum; i
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The l.l,.l|ili Lumber company have
'mu .loan tlieir mill al Foil Sleele
Junction ami Hie nincbilier) is rend)
to   mole   Iii   llli-il*   lien     locution     ill
Ilai i.es lake       'I'he    new machinery
•inierc!  I i  the oasl   is  lying    a'l
Morrissey Juliet lon ami uill In- laken
iloivii at nine, Mr. Adolph savs
llial wiih good luck Hie mill will 'he
running by ihe lirst ol May.
Special annuel sari sen ices will
In. In l.l iu .'.,liiiivl.ii.il Willi lhe Melhn-
ili-l Suii.l.u school nexl Sunday.
Time sessions will be held* 11 a.m.,
• p in ii-itsl 7.30 p. m. The pasliir
will give ailihesses suilcil to the
oiiiasinii Evening subject, "Whal
We (live l.i lbe Boys ninl flirls." The
music fm Hie ,1a) will be furuishc-il
In a massed chorus nf ihe school
s.-aiisl iiii a platform erected fm ihe
occasion. All ale invited lo come
and   lake |	
Ross Talc returned las! Wednesday
from Leibbiiilgc, where he wenl   to
alleiul Hie    meeting nl   the Lacinsse
league.    Tbe new town of Tabor was
laken  in  Ibis  vear and  Hie league  Is
uni.le   up of     'Hint   town   Willi LcHi-
iiii.iiei,      who has been   brhlge, Frank awl   Craiibmnk.     Mr.
e   in I inice iMiwufd   pa,,, succeeded in securing fm  Cran-
I l.i . iiiiiliinnk   last  brook a    vev  saiislactorv   schedule
I and was   hiniselt   elected    secrclarv-
ilioioimbhiisl bailed, ireasiirer lm* ibe coming year.
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Bier:
Haic rirlmlll,  the Wild ilm so pion-
•ei,   was  in   town  yeslcliinl.   leaving
.ni  ilu* afierii    train fm  Spokane
he goes In inlerest  some capl-
M
'      Cliviiell
of    Marysville,    came' i,.i in niiarl7. claims Hint be
iml    Hie    hospital  ball   uppei   Wihl  Morse      Mr. (Iiilliili bus
! lieen ou ihe crook since lh.' early six-
lies and    knows   every toot  of'    lhe
grnuird and  the value ol lbe ilin'crenl
pursue.)*.      appiy    in ores ihat  have been uncovered,   and
uie ivbeli
Ulc €an Tit Vou
nut witli n hu it
fli flnv Price Trom
$111 tui. in
IMwyn,
Tlio Leadiug Ttiilnr
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•    dt    COLUMBIA   HOTEL    ,*   .
$ Otto V. Hough, Proprietor .^>
; FXKO, B. c I
.♦,■   Newly funiislieil throughout.    Busl  of dining room sorvicu   *
?'       mul comfortiihli' rooms,     Whon in Elko, call ami hit um.      -•
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.il,' .lis,
Irt  .-iiiei   .il
H    M .   ll.-i.ilil  ofiue. I If
P."   i"..Lles      liel.l   a    verv   |ile;isaiil
i i  1    ■"-• i-i = li   lust   Tliiiis'iliiv   evi'iiiii(i.
(I ps ni nil liiinl'. were iminified   in
 I  H'lirsliiiii-iils  weie ki-i veil.
Tin- II.iiiiiI nl Tuhle will liohl a
iMi-i'fiiip. nexl 'I'luiiMliiv nvefvlnc in
nwlvi' tin-  leiu.ri  uf "Mn- Koowmay
r.nli.il I'litniiiitlee llml    visjleil Win
lll|H-L'.
Wr inivr n erenl  name   fnr Bellini;
lln*    "liesl     llniiTS."        ''SlewMil's"
I  In
lliiitl.
ol.Mes ihhI   It.-l
Iti   IjUiVlIf)   .ll
lll.lls
ill  lii
he savs Unit   the <lav  will
( |i|iet'   Wihl   Hi.ise   will   li
mining camp.
Senator  Klnp anil   li   n   llieliuil-
sun let! yesleiilav alter a \eiv
|ili',is.inl      Vlsil      with       lelalives  iii
Oranlimnli      Th, j   wail  to   <'.-.li-;.ny
liuin hele alitl were aPCOIlipaillill h\
llr. ami M. II. Kin-, The iloetor re-
imuni vesieiiliiv. hill M ti will .11-
niin|Ni1i) iinm ' as far a-- Unlink
Al um , wliere tliej «n i<> limh   after
liijj eoiisi^iiitient   nf    machine! y   fnr
>"' 'bland     !hl. my   |t|a„.,   n,fl
I'll'-
the
mpany is
in put in just imrili nf (own. From
| Ditlnlli ihe Setifttor will ro In 01-
Kllers. nne nf lhe Known fawn .is Ihe senate is in sessinn, am
in ni' |n<.s|i.-ri„is iii ihe Knnlenays Mr. Illcliarilsnn will ro in Ills hnmi
i1- ii nlm. il in the St. Kiii_,ene hns|ii ai Chi|Mn.tli, \. H
i.il hv siekn.'ss, ,iinl his ei.mliiimi is ■]%. Knlfilils ol IMIiuis uill givi
cmslilewl (laiifiprous. | t l«-Ii animal hall nexl Tuesday even-
Niuse      Wilson,  nf  lhe SI.    Kugene hifi al   Kratei nil v hall. The men:
liosnll-al, lefl  hv Tuesdav iifternnnii's Ikm's nf lhe urder in Ciaiihn'nk   ar
I tain  fm   I'liillaml, Ore.',  having   te ileleriiiineil tu makf lliis hall a Rl'eal
reheil   the news nf nf her sisfer  he- sueii'ss anil are  leaving  noHttng   un
im. selimis j]|   in  thai   eitv. I lloiW   lu  aeeumplish   the   purpose      i
l-'alher Cni-cnla.  a  lirn-t'her nf   Ihe view.    The entnmitlee in «-bat& liav
well known Kather Cneenla. fnrmerh wwuiwi MCPllfftl  niusie,  llie hall lui
nf   the  Sl.   Kmjeiie   Missinti,   was.     in ,)W "•* Illp  •»«
town    litis  weel.    anil   manv     [ien|ile
mls-lijoli liim fnr lhe lirnthcr.
'Com Cole mel his Waterloo in the
imiii.l in  the iii
ihuieiiii Hoors io lu
trict, aiul everv   ar
ranRcinnil will he made tn insure a
pleasaiil evening lur every j-,ucst, The
Knights never do t-hiniis hy    halve-
,,..!„,.    , , ".     ltl   Tinirttiflv .„-)_,, Knifflrls never do  things tiy     Halves.
nl        ni les    lasl   lliiiis.lay   even-- Th     , ( r ,„,!,,,. aml   whe„
"    ,     ,    In'ts   h,     n   m'n   X ^ Klvc '"' »tcrtatamonl  of    any
lown as  lhe champion checker play- j)y ,s inrmiM,,    anmng ,|inse lucky
' I enough tn he presenl. As Ihis is the
C   Ii     McNab   left   usienlay    for |jrst dance sine-' the close of Lent il
Ivll.inr.uih where lie will remain for will undoubtedly he a pronounced ruc-
s.mu' time   lookiiiR     aH«r Hie enn- posh from (he opentnR tn  lhc close.
Iiuelion of  lite new  buildings     for Ma-nv new   costumes have been  pre
)     See He-id A   Co
■ mlHteery.
I    VrmsVrong u rerj sick tins week
.-.illi    |.IIi'llth<rti|j
c U Otiejiol, m Nelson waa In
town hi-'  Kinla.
K lti*iiiii«ti.t. .a Muyonk wus in
t.-Aii last  Fi ubt)
Mis Doyle, ut Kimiit-ihy was In
(own lasl Thiu-ii.iv
ttilh.iui Carl in, ui Fori Steele, was
ui lOWli lasi  .Sunday
i:   tt   ci.uk, ol    Calgary, was  at
tin- rr..uiii<-uk last himay
C,     V    Joiies,   "t   Nelsua,   uas     ., i
thv ri.ii.hnMh last Thurwla)
Harry Porter, ui Klmberley, has
reiuimit tu Crtutbrook tn live.
n McFurhitie, ol tlie Norlli sut
jiiu.e, was in lown ovei Sunday.
Wanti-ii—I'uiiiiii Keeper Ior i tiy oi
Cranbrook. For paineuiais ,n.,.,v i.
C   ll   Prest, City Clerk. Ml
it-.v riu'i.i.-r, .a Moyie, was u.
lown ktst Sainiday and Sunduj
('luii  t'utislahle  MeMullin, ol     Fct
uie, uas in inun last Saturday,
(■   Atkinson, ui llatiulii n. was a.
tlm Cianbrook IunI Suodaj .net \lon-
-lay
cn.ii ns  id iiiu k, ui  Montreal, was
n'^isteitsi     ul     Hie       I'laiitiinnh   lasl
.Si.iiilay
A. i-. Maciiaughion and wife, oi
Vancouver, were gueitts ui u.e Craubrook lasi Thursday.
V. II l.eii/, uf Montreal, placed
Ins name on the Cranbrook hotel regisier last Saturday.
J,   II.   Stanley   ami   W.   li.  Itoss, ol
Vancouver,   were   registered  ul lln
t'luiiuiunk holel last Saturday.
Horn—Ai ilie Nurlh Siar mine, on
Friday, April l&th, 1'"";, io Mr, ami
Mrs. Vliailts Mellinder, a buy.
II. Duncan, of Henderson's directory, Is*In town arranging (or Cran*
iirook's pari in this ymr's issue.
,l..e Austin, of Klko, t-ho well
known u|ieiat..r and a^eiit, spent a
[■■w  liours in lowu last Saturday,
<i. It. Clark, ol Nelson, arrlvcu
lasl Friday to lake a nosit'loii in Uu
(limittire department ul the C. C, .s
J. l'arr, ui Calgary, pui his auto-
graiirli on the Craubrook hotel regisier hist Friday.
For Sale—Sellings of eggs from
thoroughbred White I'lyiuouHi Itock*
and Single Comb Ucglrorus, W.lli
per 11. .1. K. Calhcarl, Ctvubruuk,
ll. C.
Mrs. (Mis Siaples has returned lu
her home al Wyelilie alter a -stay ol
iwo weeks wilh' Mis. {Dr.) (lreen,
('. .1. I'ai-Miam, malinger ol tin
Metiieidie Company nl Calgnrj was
a guest al ihe Cranbrook lasl Friday.
li. Olson, nf Palliser, was in lown
lasi Thlirsdaj and lell lor ihe west
Frlda) i'i h.ok at'ier a luniiel eon-
Uaet 'for lhe C. I'. 1!.
N. A. tt'ttllhigei' wt nt io Fernit
last Monday wiin his oldest boj u
eniistilt wnh in Corsan as In llii
Iai lei's attack of paralysis.
All   of   lhe  sloles     were elusiil     on
(i 1 Friday ami   the   employees un-
joywl ihe ' dav wilh rhles lo llu
i-muilry, -fitut ami olher mn nl dooi
net eat iun.
John J. Uinns, tho well knowu
i raveling man nf Vancouver, l&u
t»c.kn in tuwu tliis week. Mr. Uinns
ti, iueompatiiol hy his wife lliis irip.
Tliey have rooms at ihc Craobrook.
F, Al. Holm, represent ng the
Northern Itank nf Canada, was In
lown last Saturday on husiness eon-
ueetttl with his Instilut-ion. Mr.
Helm is manager of the Calgar)
branch.
W. A. McDonald, ihe well-known
hairisii-r of Nelson, has been iu lhu
eity all week in attendance al tin
slt'ting of the county court. Mr. McDonald catuc uut Sunday si as li.
lie on hand bright and early Mt.ndaj
morning, only in learn ihai although
hy mistake court was called for thai
day, there was nn session as it was
Easter Monday, a Ic^al holiday.
W. Haunt, an old time prospector
of Kast Kooteuay, and nuw interest*
ed iu property at Wilmer, spent s*ev-
ei'al days in town Ihis week meeting
uld Iriends. .Mr. Haupt has what
can be fairly cadled a poor man's
mine, since' he has heen shipping
me frum his properly right along in
ilie course ol development, thus giving him the cash lu keep up his
wurk.
Why pay rent when you can buy a
large cottage on Hakei Hill will.
lots la feet Iruiilage, fnr $925.00
Two hundred and fitly dollars cash,
balance on terms. Apply J. S.
Arnold, Hox  lOUt), Calgary.        52-tl
(iardens ami lawns laid and kepi in
order. Address ti. Haywurd oi
leave orders al  A. C. Smith's slure.
d- It'
A. W. McVittie has returned trom
Alberta where he has been busy iht
pasl few weeks survey ng luwtisites
and additions in lowusites. Mr.
MeViitie has a great deal of work
in sight in thai province, and the
mure he dues Hie more lie «ets to
do. Thai i.s the result nf being
Hi i in hi nlil v proflclatl in what une
does, and' Mr. MeVitiie is recognized
as nne of llie besl surveyors in I In-
west em country,
II. V. Parks and wife arrive*! from
Calgary lasi TliurHday and have
rooms at tlw Crairtirook. Mr. Parks
lakes T. Mart'in's place in lhe i-ngi-
neer's nthce at lhe C. P. It, station.
Mr. Martin will gn lo Calgary to
become assisiant engineer lor the
western division, Mi. Martin has a
hosi of good friends in Cranhrook
and along lhe Crow whn rogrol i«»
sii' him leave ihis division, bin are
pleased to hear ihal he leaves to
tnke a heller position.
■lames (ireer relumed lasl week
from his Hip io KdmoiiinTi, ami expresses himself as verv much picaiTil
with lhe outlook in ihal pari ■ i the
country. Mr. Greer says llut the
tnvvn is growing rapidly and thai
many immigraiils. arc coming in ihere
every day in mtosl tor hunt*. AHct
looking over ihe situation Mr. (ire. r
decided to locale there permanently
and will arrungo his affairs as quickly as possible and move his (amity.
While in Kdmontnii he purchased
two lots and will build two residences for Hie purpos-e of sale, and ex-
l»ects to follow up that lino of work.
Mr. (ireer is o( the opinion that lie
will Im* tviwly tn leave Craitlmmk
about t'he first of May. His departure will necessitate an ejection to
fill his plaee in Hie eity council.
.h,.i,v ut iprimjiN jHt WORLD OF SPORl
I. U'UOSSE     Si'lliitu i.i       lius
YBAIt
The annual meeting uf ihe l*rowa
\i--t l.aciusst' 'Icuguc was held Mon
-lay evenhig al Lelhbrldfie.     A   Itip
l.-y pie-sided. The diliiu-i.i -lul,*
wi-le ii*pir.Miiti.\i bv the [illloW'illg ib-
! -t'>' t'-   Ituss Talc.  Ciai.tii.H.l.
■I- Haas, Frank. Hi .1 s. Stewai!
l..-H,l.iiiirce;  .1.   IJ   Shcaier, Tahnr
Tin- s.vrciiiiv-tna.surers repol I
was adopted an't the election ol ollieers was proceeded wnh. Ttie ful
lowing weit- elected:
Pai 11 *..ues—Mi- ii... Levasseur,
Pincbet Cietk
Iluu Presi.hm-Mi C A. Magrath
LetWirMge.
Picsid.'tit-Mi. A   V   Lang   Frank
VknvPrcsWaii'-Mr.   W     \    Vubm
Tabor.
Secrotari'-treasurer— c. Uoss Tate
Cwmbrook.
Council—W Miller, Crnnbrook: '1
H Maitu., Frank; tt C. Ives Letb
nrid^c, W. tt. Douglas, Tahnr.
ll   was resolved.
Thai a combined team Irom Frank,
Hlaiimnu- ami Coleman be allowed
to   ootnpeta   toi    th.-    Crows  Neh
eh,iiii|ii..n*,hip   (oi   sea.m u   IDOt)
Tha! next annua! meeting of tb.
Crows Nesi league he held nn Fa-
iei Monda) of pm: n. Taboi
That in'ease Taiwi should dcfaull
the next annual meeting he held u.
Flank oil the same dale,
The following schedule nf gamo
was Hun drawn up and agreed upon
May :ilth, Lollnbrldgc in Taboi
Mav 21th, Frank in Cranbrook.
June 'lib, Tabor in Cranlirook.
June ."ith, Taboi   in Frank.
June iiiiii, Lclltbrdge In Crnnbrook.
June 10Ui, L.-ibinidge iu Flank.
July 2nd, Taboi in Lethbr.dge.
July 2nd, Craitbrook in Frank.
Juli liith, Cranlirook iu Lcth-
hrldgo.
Julv KHi, Cranbrook in Tabor.
July 30th, Funk iu LcUtlirnlge.
July 31st, Frank in Tabor
in guess ht»i  uuine and  il cosl b ..i.tv
33 ii'lils  a     ii.
There will [„■ u t,-i, |...i,.i. where
you ran in,.I.. some of Hn- nievst
calcbcs .1   il„     .., ,,, \     ,.u„i   ,1|h
portut.iiy  l..i  i-xjH-rl n-.heii..c.i
A take ...i,i.ui,.iK .t Jadi.-s ring
-el   Wllh   lhi.v ninn.,-,   hiH   In-  one  nf
ihe articles iu I,, raflhnl at .. \.-tJ
nominal lee pn rh.ni..
Defn shin, ni- servi ,i alien ns   ,„,(
evet rings
Iti-lin mli.-i    lb,-   plan   ,ii  i
M.U   \'\ |'t    Wll \| VCJHN*KH\
The Il.-i.tld ,i,,- j,,. believe in
itanding sini        n  uelii'Ves in   p*ro
^ress.   and  as ,,      i-onsequence   u      is
11 ways liM.kuu Ioi -'.ni. ilm,., thai
Aill    improve    its   eiiuiuiiienl      and
ili.il' i'- i-ust i,      'i his week thu
itliee hiis received Ih-Iwhvii S-(iii attd
um woi ih of lype and machinery
Ineluiled in thf iuvoiei1 ol 11 ;••■ \ ..
■riii-s Knnwn a- ll..- iil'i. n\ whicli is
t ilutdicate nt Hie Ules' .1. -i.u us.,t
ay thr famous hnti-.' nl l ifiany il .-
Vew y„rk ii welcrs awl '-i.^iavt-is
I'l.i- type l. iu-i mi' ..n .
md wili -ni. I. in.'.-i ■.. ii:, | he .,-*
irovul '.i  lh    IIcral I i;l '"!-"
.lie   pal tint   lu   ,m I i-i]r   Wl ik   an,I     up
lo-ilale sty h-   in "graph)          \
u.-w -i.ipl.'i   "ii.1 - ■ Ini -'■ '  lo i' ■
found m nny  job ■ i'l .;. -in' inteiioi
if     the   pro\ iui .■   i- being iustath
U.I     Hu*       ;   ... ■      ■     a.!!   .'liable   Hie
Herald "Hu. -., hi fai belli i Work
.n biiidiii1- I iim nti ineni - idieeks
mvtpts, eii Tl  improvements
■i.-i iiiui.. \ bin ■ . ll.-i.il is pnliey
!i,»s alw.n - lui:, to .-■ ' In- people
the  best   in   its  lim i    ,11    i-   Wll)
'he bus
Thete i
Koolem
..    ii
nl   ■
•asm«
Kasl
 -♦—
KAST Kit si Sh n
(.HAND   CHAl.LKNUl*:  Cl I'
I. AC UOSS K
t'ni;
Lot'ltbrldge   Nows
handsiitiie spi-eiiii.-n
arl is iu LoMtlirWgi
Kckstorm and
-A lemalkahh
ot Hie jewiitet-
iu ciiai'iic of Mr
m view at      lbe
(alias hotel,     li is il.e Grand Clial
laigC  CUp presented  hv   Messi*,.   Hog
ttt-rth iV   Uolllns, ni Cranlirook,    t.-
ne competCfl   lor  hy   the .-vpi'ii ti"1  nl
Canada's nail oual summer game.
The cup is of silver with gold Iin
uig mi Hie Interior (ace. li is about
IS inches in height exclusive nf thi
;iue ebony stand i.n which ii rests
■ hi either side are two stiver slat*
lies nf lacrosse players, sink ii;
timi'd. du the exterinr lace is in-
.vrav.-d a scene on Hie lacrosse field,
with players struggling (or Hie bull
in l-ltc inroground. 11 is fun hei
idntned with cross slicks, maple
leaves, beavers and oilier emblems
It is valued at S 1.1.1.
Lct'hhridge's chances are good and
■veryoiie will look ft.rward to seeing
l-he name uf uur leam inserlla'd [Irsl
tt Mn* head of ihc-list.
(iVMNASlt M   KOOTHAIil.  CU li
A meeting nf Hie Gymnasium Fool
tall club was held in the gymnasium
vn Tuesday evening, ihe 17th hist.,
uut t»hc following officers were t,ce'-
>d:
Pres'dnit—Hev.   J.   P.   Westman.
Vice-President—Dr. K.    tt. Connolly.
' Treasurer-tt'. H. Wilson.
Secretary—li. Mercer,
Captain—J. Hrcchiu.
Viee-Capi-ain—K. tt. Connolly.
Hon. PresiiUui—Mayor Rogers,
lion.  Vice-President—G.  Krlckson
Honorary Memhcrs—A. Leiteh, tt
P. lb-id, A. Uat'ton, and W. 11. Wilson.
All iiH-mlic-rs of Hi;' gymnasium nol
iffiWated with any other ehib are
ier|iiested to turn nut to practice on
Saturday evening at ii.'Mi p.m. at the
race course.
Cranbrook in vei saw ■
t ilu] Kaster Sin daj ib.i
veal. Fi> in   .*alh   In
'   '   im
■
'lull! l..iu afti : I.'- -nn had dlopp.il
I.i ueath Hi.- IlioUUtaino .- Ito I •
■I;,' ..,--!. ihe wnithei was ideal
Not a cloud, ii"' .i Iin ■■
air. hm all -i..\ loiin ll i' .i.n was Ilk.
i summer's dream Vmi how the
people   'In!   enji \    il Tin1   service-.
ii the .•tiiiuiii- w. iv well alii: led
in fad tin- i Inn. tn - wen1 i '-'V..t.>l .,■
ill the s, imi.'. Vmi in eaeli special
musical   prtwraiutm*s   were  pn<|«ml
.ui.l il  wi,.. *,*., i.- strangei -
lown turn velwl a'   tl e uiusieal talent
'hat   Was   sh,.wn   al   each  ut   Ihi    -■ I
rices.        Ut i-.>ir. se ri • re were    ii>-«
Iresses and  new   ha'- an.l new   suits
of elolhes   an.I  tliey  all  fitted     bai
■n- nloush   into     tlie beaul*  <•:     tlte
■lav    and'   tbe  ^»>i
people      H    was  a <!.n    taktni     al-
logetber,  'ha' made peojih   ftvl   t-'-i
Hul ihev were alive, ami a day Ihal
-.nil I.,- i. membercd tt i'i. pleasure b\
all who .\'-i«* .1. Cranhrook.
ODD FKLLUWS   VNNIVKItK VIII
Th.- ol.! Fellows nl Cranbi
li. i.i 'i.n Ai-.-. ,\.':-.'i\ mct-ti
Sun la)  eve al   "     !';■ -
eleiiel, i    l-   tlHI    - ' '   H   1
ln,L, .n.t all i....' Fellows Ih
■ ii thai day .in- .-ud.ally in
pailicipate   i:, ■ x 'rei ■ • The
members uf Uw orde: arc requesltnl
tu meet al tin- hall at ' n'.-i,.. k
sharp, and iln-n march to Hie church.
Rev, Fortune, a member nf tb*- local
bulge, will delivei  Hie address
Klk     Uill
!t_.    iH'Xt
!.\ U'l i.i:.
..-. City
Hie eilv
\itvd   in
FOOTBALL AT MAHVSVILLK.
Ou lOaster Monday a football team
made up of members nf ihe Cran-
H-ook leatu.s, played the Marysville
u*am ou the grounds of the latter
i-Juh. It was a clean and fast ^ame
[rom start lo finish, and there were
x large number of spectators who
heartily cheered the go<yd plays on
i-itber side. Marysville won hy a
strore of four to nothing, and in consequence lho football enthusiasts of
ihe smelter eity were overjoyed ai
ihe result, hut magnamtmous iu iheir
iMotory. After the game, Mr. and
Mrs. Prinze, nf the Falls View
hotel, entertained the numbers nf tb*
two clubs at dinner, alter which an
impromptu dance added tn tin* plea*
s-ures of Hie day. The Cranbrook
boys returned hind iu their praise of
ibo hospiial-itv and good fellowship
.1 ihe Marysville people, and those
who were fortunate in he there    un
t'lttll 'lay will have cause lo rciin-mhei
the (xeelleul UeattiHiii received. The
line-up of Hie pUvets was as follows;
(•ratihrouk-.fefiiies, Baldwin, Baker, llonstion, McKay, forwards:
tt'bulicll, llnauV-l, Sumption, hall
backs, Whebell, Baldwin, full backs,
Hdtiii>nds,.n, goal,
Marvsvilk— Vance, Ward, Nielmisun
Lewis, Galloway, forwards; Har-
stone, Fit^pairick, Ilipsnn. half
liacks; Scoi.t, Jackson, full backs,
Hishop. goal.
A.  M.  Black, referee.
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X AWNINGS X
STRIPE DUCK ♦
Tu    inaieli     all    n.l"i-    "i ♦
lmil.llinl-    in.ili*     "i      -I*"*" 4
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San- ilnn and IreiRhl ♦
hi* ordering In in ♦
A, (irenier, Cranbrook. ♦
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H. KIRKLAND
PIANOFORTE  Ml SIC.
READ THE HERALD
Miss   McLennan, o(     Ottawa, will
 ,,,,,,,,        r... arrive in Crandnook in a tew    days
lhe new Baker Lumber company. If pared by the ladies for ihe occasion, prepared to teach pianoforte music
everything moves right the companv and for the past week ihe dance has Ls qualified to prepare pupils Io
expects tu hive the new mill ready been a popular subject uf cifliversa- amy conservatory. Kmpiiritm parlor fTiisiuess hv the first of Septeni- Hon among the lovers of Ihe dance ties may apply to Mis. D. J. Me
ber.                                                         in Cranhrook. Lrainau, or Herald odiws,            3-2t
CATHOLIC Il.V/.AAU
Tbe ladies of ihe Altar Soolety ol
Si. Mary's Roman Catholic church
have been working mosl faithfully
for ihe past four months preparing
for Hro Grand Bazaar whieh will be
held in Wenlwnri-h hall mi Wednesday
and Thursday, April 251-h and 20lb.
The ludies have certainly accomplished wonders in getting together
such a large and magnificent assortment ol articles, consisting ol ladies
work and fancy aprons, children's
"mother hithbarir and "Buster
Hrown" costumes, Fmieh dresses
and aprons-, laundry bags, clothes
|iin bags, and fancy work bags, sofa
pillows, haiid-painted and embroidered pin cushions, drawn work, side
board scarfs, and all kinds nt olher
fancy work. Tliere will Ik1 an
abundance of small dolls dressed in
the latest styles and fashions. One
targe doll, valued at ?2fi.<lfl, dressed
as the bride, by Mrs. Chas. Magcc,
is certainly deserving of special mention. Her dress,is of white brownie
s-ilk, made "!vn Princesse" with yoke
ol aH*over lace and riWrnn. Her
veil is ol tulle, caught up wilh lilies'
of the valley. She carries a shnwer
Iroii'uct   of   the  same  flowers,       To
win this lovely bride you will    have
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Selling Out
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nf   FrniU,   V,*,-,.i.*il,li>. in
i 0r.ii.tii. IhibUIob tlttma l'i<*U.*s. $
Kotcllllp, 1'PII Ulnl t'l.ll'ei-
R. N. FINCH A CO.
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do everything in      *
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NEWS OF  THE
DISTRICT    v*       v<
Taken
From
Thc
Herald
Exchanges
jl « c in- i- nu- p.
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MOYIE
(From the Moylo '■'•"■''' '
.1     II    l'..-el   llllll   lui,-   have   ni...e:l
tu   tlie  Ulmli.m.li!  .'lllllllll .
I'   .1    Mi M.ili.n. nml .vile returned
le-.'el.!.;l    lliilll   S|lnk.llle
i ., >.. .o-s anawwMiwamwMiniMiiiwM
unl   (ill   ...lue  Hi  "WIS.      VUieu  Pal
Iu-i \ Coccola .nines down Iron
smart Labi, pi..li.il.lv in May ui
Juno, ilu* two i.i... ti.-. s ...e sura t,
exchange warm _;rcv-tag-.
pneumatic suul,..].,-, i
111,*   \|el..|iul.li!i   I'" .   I
.,1 1     ll,. »*!•
ll was   inm liu-i.l   In
S-CS-O. ''I a
Is ll llllilijlill
itlllf.ullll'il In* I
l..,«.i. and is
mil  iu lown
I      llie   F.illel-
\    I.    Melleiui.il      whole
,le.,lei, ol Crwrttouli, was
W,-illii-il.il.
S     V     II,,lie.   .111.1   «ile  ..
(   1 .LUt. I-    ..'"I    Ull'    'I"'    -"'
,„„l  \lm   I-.  ll    Itolllli
llll
ale iiii'i."
,„ lllMll
ri.u,iiiu,,k
,   ivl.lesilil-
llml     llllllll,-
> Iel,,III.   ..n.l   ....III
in.*    1     I.     Mill-:    i.l     urn*   ll. i
ri.iiiiiii.nl. siimliii.
1...-I 'I'luu . eieiiiti- ■;... local
1...I .. ..I I. ul I' e. Iiletle.l llie lllsl
l.iiu.   ....    ■ ,1'i.lul.lle- Tin*,   weie
.1 — 1-1,.!   . II*     l'.,.|\l„  ■-   .lll.l    \      ll
iti.i.i.   ul   lie i lam    lodge, ..rn
I      .1 * -1    .'I    lis    Nee|i..u.i   lO-lge
till    VI     iiiiii   I.,.',   lieen   ii|ninil      ll.
.Mmi..    Ii is iin* Km. Hdwiml
11-   i|ii.itlels   .Hi
[„..,i .lu .,   h"ii-,
Slll|l   '.I   me  »
llie  jilesl.li ul
Mm    .lulu.   Unl,Hi    i
KelH     l.ls*l       "eel..    .1-
lml„i,   was   well   I,
nheie she lived -en*
lias  Hi. li   Mi-    K... li.
H.ilni    lt. t.aiirc,
Hi.
11  Imii
I..llm
Sll,,I,
nln*!
.Sll.
Ill
ll.
■I 111
III
II	
.1
I!   Mn
li.illiel,    lias
adding in lilt
. elnill      easi
lilnle glasi
eleven Icel u
1.1._i!i ..u.i i-ij.1
Tins week I'l
In
III!*.
hotel   l"  Hen   I!
allei   e milllel   II
inslrimg ilis|ius
lie liileliialluiii.l
aim will    here
iliess.   Ml.   Kile)
iiesi  liiiuiiii millers   ii
I   I-     |lu|llll.ll    Willi     al.
i   nisli lum ever)-    sue
FERNIE
(Kruin ihe Feinie Ledger.)
.1    I.   (liilcs, ...id  Ins   sister,   Mis,
M. Uai.*-, relumed Monday  Irom   .
shin i imii in Spokane,
Mi Win, Forrest, ul lhc Masscy
Harris I u., Bliiiiptd nil m Ferine tn,
iilnel    day   iu,   ins      leliini    In     111
l.i'.uiii'.       .in.   Forrest   is   an ul
l ninl..uiiKei   and   hues   lu   lake     al
occasional |iee|i al  his old   slnitl_lill|
g mis.
'llie second llinl ol r.u.iile ll. u_
nil, lm lln* hiiiiih i nl 11. .1. tilnel
I lii-eil a! I Iim I.a II.,I,.lav, a VI'L'llie
ul Ulan laii_l.li i w.m lel'illlii'd aui
lln* iui.-i.Iiii seiililie.d In leu veal
111 llle lietiil. nil,u v.
M. Mi linn., ui ihe Mclnnis Limine
an. .Mel.ih
mai l,el i*.
spi'tng, uui
all   llie ..nl
Mi    Kan
tun.   leaves
will .hel he
ll.ems Ii, I)
um Ins alii
Cl Hie Wll!
nl Ml 1,11
ini.. aw ai
lllllllll.
upaii)
|I|HT
I I   s
,1  11
I'ln*  KII,   l.iiinlii
lln-  lasl   e	
In-; null   lasl   w ei
I ire lum   n
edgcr,  winch  wil
-'.mi*
he i muring
tilings   will
arruss lhe I
aimi
fl'eil.
ihe Hank <>i llainll-
iglll     lul*    llallllllnli,
0 eomplele arrange.
ie iu earnest. Uui
li. V, K. Anderson
iiianeli, will presi.li
.i.i, Willi uie gn
i     Mm.   uud   I.nun
1 ilea    Hie lllllll.'
dead.
uiv ul.loa.ll-l
IV im Ihei!
lil llu* III aw
III and  hem'.
in   ilu*  gang
.' I'laeei	
ig mill   wil.
e weeks ami
lunl,   liiell
III
Mi    I.   I'.      Nek-lei
pal tiii-lslnp      Mi
IIrum ui Hi
nml has n-|it
iu thai eapm
'ITie new In
Kuksleih .1 i
a.lmil lei
'. Myers
Phoenix
wu cities
nl  ven
(Flum  llie  Kei
Fernie ('ah
lie Frco l'i ess.)
ui*   rnllway   compassed its second
Th
pany's i-li.ulet Inn
reading  in  il.e  H
commons.
i*:     li. .1.   Fm
liuiui I.iiiniie   t'u
on   Tuesday,
will he in opcrall
ul weeks.
A daughter was horn lo llr. and
Mrs.  A,  Mm/ un   Saturday. Tin
child lived only a few I.nuts and wai
Imn.il ihe nexl day.
S|,.,l
sais choir mil
within a couph
(ri
111   A
stroll'! held
I lots ill the
Four lute were
i I Sl.mm.
a   sa        envellll!
cilv lasl  Sal in ilai.
SOllI  .IKSli'Blll iiu:   ilu
Hi   W, ll   Wilson, lormcrly phyi
nun lm the    Crows Nesi Pass Cnal
 ipnny   ai  Hn* Morrissey Mines, is
una   in   Nelson    I   vvill    practice
wilh In I.a Hail in. Wilson Is a
graduaii nt ihe I tilverstty ul llaiu-
inli.i Since leaving Kast Kootona)
l,o has taken ,. posl graduate eiuii'si*
ill  New   Vull,. ul a  veal   ami  a  llllll.
Ci.lisiilciahle inleiesl is Iielng laken
in liie link question and il is probable iliat a [iiihlie mooting will
shortly lie called tn discuss the
matter al length. Tlml Femlo musl
have a new rink is conceded nn all
hands. Inn smne dllTeronee ul opinion
probably exists as in ilu- nature ot
the structure required, whether Hie
ska!inn ami lioeke) link ami ll.e curling link should he separate or all in
one httllding.
111. Own.- has heen a|.|.niiileii
nighl operaliil ai llie ('. I' ll. .lipid in ihe place nl Mi. Workman,
wlm has keen irausierred m Cranhrook.
A   inan   wh,ise features  nil1      well
known    in ile* Fernie residents has
been   n diced   un lhe  sheets      Ihese
last (cw ilms Thai is Father Cm-
li.lil. Nnl    lhe    well kiinvvn   Father
N, Coccola, Iiiii liis brother. Father
K Coccola was niiliiiiicil priest iii
Hie Island nl Corsica, where lie   ex-
eicis-cil   H iiusliv   for
numbei i.f years till lu- m
mind I,.in months ago in
vlsil  Ids lirolher.     They
lie  up his
BLAIRMORE
(From the lllairiunre Tiiues.)
A linyell, ol Frank, K-lt Moiul.ii
...i a l.lls-.tu-s. visit In Kalis|iel
Mi ui I.
Miss   Thompson,    who has boon
upcmlitig    suuu- nine   -lu'le with hel
ninlliel.   111.    Fll'll     iTlunipsuii. lell
uii    T'hiiisilav   lui   hei    huine   in till-
Fraud St SI (Tall, whu have lhe
i'i.uli.ii-1 (ul* llie building ul lhe new
l!!uil.llore hnti-l. ale rushing the vv.uk
nlidlg and hale allea.lv Hie lirsi
store) up.
Considerable building is now   going
.11 ... lhe new I'llii'lle'l station lnv.ll-
-ile. am,dig which arc an l.ulel
iiillldin*.. a huli-tu-t slrop ami a les-
iiiiiiatii.       Ki,Mun  Hros ,  are    also
milling Hieil  lively bain and husiness
nvei  nu Hie new Inwnsite.
The large addition In Hit- Frank
hi,Iel   has   JUs-l   boon   collllilelod,      the
painters will linish tills wn*k. Willi
ihe many aililiii  Improvomoilts    Mr.
Vl.llill.-I ' has had ad-lcil In
lhe        iddi-t linil lun ui his
llluec      lie     has     »|OW       ulie     of     Hie
.irsl equipped ami luruishod hotels in
Hn* l-ass.
The tipple al Kllndbrivk is now fully romplt'lt-d and the mine is running
lull blast. This company lias now a'T
iniisl conipli-le planl ami ale turning'"
.ml um- hundred tons of eoal pel'
lay. Tin- coal is si/nl ami scparal-
d before 'being shipped, three classes
.ning produced which are nut, pea
.md liiniii (in whieh I'hey linil a really
WILL ISSU_t_PAMPHLE1 |
CKANBROOK   ROOSTERS    VISIT
UlNliKKMKIH    I'll VI'KV  FOII
INFOKJIATIO.N,
Wiliiiet    Outcrop:—Messrs.   E. II
i ,i tt r"i' *< ,!'tt'""' ","i *»»""•• •■•1'.Fi"1-. '«""f r""
;''"1"1   """'   '' '"'     '"   ''"" *'    I  s   leading    In.  II -    ,   inlll-
S   id    li   lhe suuih  ..a   Sllli.l.iy   lu  nil-
..... ..ck t'l"1    iuiui nial mu ul     this districl   lu
UOLDEM l„. „S„| |„ „ pamphlvl Hu- ri.inin.nl,
lim .'lull Is al    lu publish.     Then
(Fli.iu the Hidden Star.) »'»>   "•''' l""'1   ,''1   ""'v "Ml"'    •'"
* lhe   liiwiis   in   tins   liclnily   ami   wen'
Ai  ll.inil la-i   -'in.iiiei   ri.sis i...ii   up to tllowlly, aiid were sueeesslul as
ISIS   un   Id.'I   a'    'le   I.IV,        ll   I-    ,,,,   „„   ||„.„ '„,|ssl,,l.   W.m  culieelllell.
csliinali'l   Hi. v    lell   hi   lln*   i.i nih'ani •,    Ti„,|   ih,.,   »,.,,. Impressed  Wllh  llle
his.il i.l .lm.., i.ii prospects ol   Hns    c. uum    ma) he
■   sliiiuk   Imn.Is     wiih gathered    Irom   Iho    tact thai ihey
nt  Co.,until hi    when  he   weic  mil   live Ulllillles III   lhe llnlelup
i Ii is staled thai I'ataec belore ihey li.ul coniraeteil loi
i w.i-hul 11,.-., advertising space iu Hns papei and
...able da.. became subscribers.     The)   lind sen
, i        I    'I   gteut   lu.Ullll   illld   VVaillcl   In   III.ike
ii,    win,  uvviis  a    lalini   Buru  |l( 0  .luu,   m   ,|1(.   |,|,Mm.,s    ,|,,||
„       ,'"', *       ,,"! ,'"""" such a valley must possess.
««■"•'>•'■■.     I'l'1"-       ".»   '"    '.'"       Ml    Kink   ,s Iho si'mul   pa.lliel
Many     |.en|
I'l UUV    \llllll
was   in  .'ills.
I hum   whu   lll.l   haven
hands s * Ihal   nn I
It     VI. Keeni.
Ill   lln
.III   Ilnii
CV|M*.-ts   In   sec
a ul Hidden
Hu* smelters H
■ell   ii and -als he
lie  nf   lhc  |ll ..pel IU-
nine husiness    uill.
sumuiei
Ihi' Fil.k   Mcic.lUlilc   I'n ,   l.l.l .   ami   Ui
ihe cuii.se ul conversation, said
•■This trip is .in eye-openi'i li  	
I   had  im  i,t.-.,   llial   luii hail such   a
l.islillci ns are   now   iii.itiiitaclin iut   wllh? vallcv   tin     lu-ic as  Hus, ol     I
Jacless   vvl.iskl ll    is   lint   snld      in    ecllilllill    ilnllhl   have   lHin.ll   Mule    I
Ki  lhe iliipi- iiclniiil bars    In  cm s,v ih,,i ihe nosslbillllos nl such
lhc  cnal   llll'l ropolis   I-   Inue The   a   . <>il.it. V    aie   uulililllisl   and   I1.lni.l1
siai lm v.- ,. mail whu gol iliiiuk mi  be properly estimated ai ilie nresenl
ihe Fernie hrainl and wem  In    lied   lime      Tliere is a rare eomWiiallun
When   l.e  avv.ike   in   lhc    IllOI'lllllg     he   nf   lesnllnvs   Ini.-   Hint   ale  li'iiihl    III
gill   up and  slide Ins own shoos.         , lew    places.       I'.-iImps,   ll.e aenciil
., ,                          ,,,        ,       i  turn! pussibiiiiic. in.s suipnsisl    me
nl) ...,c  „ai, is in il.,. provliicial ,     ,,|M   I,,,  |    ff
atnfr^^^-Bi«r:s
I  is huiwivn heie ..nil Cranlirnok. Nuw.
,. ,,,,,,, I   ivi.nl   .1   kiinvvn  Hint   Ihe lllsl     cai
lhc  provlneinl  buihluigs   Uns     suing   , . ,       ,,...,., ,..,i,..   ,,„i i,,,,,,.,  .i,,,,,,,.!
in    ..,.,>    el, n -    ,.,,    Ihu,,,, Tli.lL '' "-"'""!-   .."'I   IIUUU    sll|[l|UM
ias   .uaius   ni ii,../ inais !    Konleiia)     Central railwa)
mis        .he  Ma,   dot ,    lhe   , ,  ,,,.„,  js    >, ,,„,„,„,„,,  „,     ,,„,
"'"* "-*11 I Kink Mercantile Co., .u Cmithrook.
Mayor   Howes is   m hu ilr|i.iseil      "I ihink i|ic v,i)   ihc mail service
Hilling ihe vis.ii ui Prince Arthur lo   is ivnikeil between   here and    Clan-
(loldeh, ex-llaiNir Sebastian had    in  brook is outrageous,     All lhe   mail
do the   civil' in s.     llm Si-has-  from the snuih     should ...llll
riaii      is       iuiui     blind. In-  thai route and il  is absurd in   semi
lead    ui     welcoming     Hi,
e   ii-n.I his address    i,,
111  puile.. A       wil,-less
queen   uf ihe phmot,     Mats, stale:
ihal, Peter will In* reluslateil mayor
I'h,'
he d,
cul,,
lhe
Jack  McCain
il awa)  1.1*11.1.1.1 hundreds uf miles by
Calgary.    1 see no gmsi reason wbv
tlie mull (iiiiii llie easl slu uld nnl
come this way Hun. days a vvivk
and an eflort al least should he ma.li
In give vnu u better service tn th.
lhc  I alliser  Lum-  south.    'When wo got hack lu   Cra
b;r i-nni|i-.uii s    smith)   slunk    tli:   |,r.„lk „.,. „H1 M,. rw|ul, lln Btn„| ..,
let fur domestic   purposes.    The uiu* lasl Saiiiiilav with a blloil shin   :i*'r,i,ii. nm do    to have all Hi
-■lass of coal produced a.   Lundbreck      ' .   . ,   , * ...
is .similar to that ut Lethbridge and
many claim it to be of a superior
..(iialily.
Waller   Young,   who has Is'on    so ,.   ,
long   with Hie    Wostern   Meroantllc; 'lls l*«|"u» '''"'l     ,
i'n., of  this  place,   has  severed     llis| II?*'."!"',1,,,"!,     '"'"' - ' !"'"
-imicctton wilh Ihal Iiiui, will leave''
ii   Tuestlay next    fur   Cnbalt, Out
i   mail
mul new sun ul cl,iihcs mi.     .lack \t lmn y.c S(I,,U| .i     |,.as|
ail  A   Nu.   I,  genuine,   up   Inp,  Insi- ,hm.|       l lhUtk [lat  |„ till .Uf It will
class lellnw. and Ims li lends l.i   Uie ,u. ,„ thi, advantage "f all eoneerned
snore in (liihlcn.     luesday nighl    in (m. n,,. ,H,„]t\e \H.n. ,„ „.,„.*. „i||, „
ihe Kiniienay .iii'lii."inni lie delivered j,, u„. s„u.h |,„* Hie up-building    o
lii-ture, 'Tlie the entire valley.     If wc can du anv
,    , ,     , ,   r   ,"' tiling in assist ihc people or counti')
ng diiiik, ur ,, lumher pick m tin- i„.n. jllS| |,.t us kunyv ii ami we   will
cily.' lie is  well  pouted on     llu- ,i„ all   wc can.      Vmi  may
Wliile all hero regret lu see    Walter I''-'I'l"'"'11"1*- "' «"> World
leave, they at   the same time    wish
hill) success in bis- new homo.
,.i tta Outcrop, pul nine eggs under   « i'"""*- ,     ',",",-'  ";,*'.*
hen and gut len   chickens,       Thai's U'™ Interested hiinscll ip
Hie Star liouil ul '"'^ property.      Hi- saitl it was in
I lln* Slai  each week.
A woman at W iI u
he leads Cranbrook boosting lur H.i
Mi. Klwell is a member nf ihe linn
idjim   i„| of   Beale A     Klwell,   ami
NICOTINE I-OISOMXU.
A  MISTAKEN    IDEA   PRKVAILS1
IN REGARD TO IT. j
Hani people lalk lively on nicotine
1 big and  assume  lu  give  much
information on Hie subject. Th,. lollowlng linn, au exchange will show
dial niiii'ii I,., >- saul in regard to'
H»* baneful    .11.-. is ,.i    nicotine    is;
all I. li ]
There are probably few subjects
about which more people are inisiu-
1,'iini'il H>.>n nicotine. |
Nearl)   eveiy.ine speaks id  llle  llalk
brown substance winch lias about tho
sisteiuy .rn.I ei.'ui nf molasses
lllllllhllcs   In   lhe     slems   id      pipes
nicotine.     It is uut iticollno,
il   hu*.   un   iileul me   ill   ll
Ii i   nothing hm lar—tobacco tar,
ililillel I i lhc :,im ke. Jusl as coal.
i.u   is distilled Iiuiii enal  and    plnu
l.ll     (Inm     1     Who.I Olie     might .
snail,.» all lhc tobacco till lllill a|
lank ela) pipe miliums vvilhuiil sel-
imis h.uiii 11   he  swallnwiil     lho'
same quantil)  ul nicotine he   would
|>.iih.il.lv   he dead   liisnle   ul live mil.
II I*. lhe t.u that slains Hie p.p.* I
and il is llie same l.ll Ihal -Illlllsl
llle eigiilctle suiukol's liligius       it   is
als iimi in.i.le iiu- nostrils of mu.
wl ihalcs smoke, and  ll   puis    an
Indelible slnln mi moustaches.
ll   I-    nue   Uial   tobacco    culil.llns
iiu...- iiui'iinc Htiiii any other known
plant,  hut   nicotine  is noi   a  |,l,-nlil.il
article in nature. The rankest Ken
lucky tobacco contains less than s
pei eeni ui nicotine, and Hie liner
grades ol tobacco, such as Havana,
Ii.ii.. less Ihan 1 per ivm
One heals cil-aielles cimlcniiitsl he-
cause  llie  smoker  gels -sn  much  puHc
nu-iri in.- throiigli iiih-aling Hie suiuke
The fact is that a cigaietle smoker
gets almost no nicotine, beca-uso tho
lobacco id which cigvilellcs are made
contains uexl tn nu iilivitiiie. Turkish ami Kgypt an inhacciis cany only
a trace nl nlcotlno, and somo of thorn
I.   lie   111   all.
Nn inaiiei hnvv much ul this deadly clement a tobacco contains, the
smoker dues not gel it. Nicotine
Is iiiii extracted by burning the tobacco.      Hm ning destroys it entile*
ly.
One often hears ol nicotine poisoning, luii li is doubtful if llierc is
anv such thing. When nne is pol-
si mil wilh nicotine he dies, ami he
lioem'l net poisoned in* smoking,
There are pl.nty nf good reasons
wliy smoking stuniM not be carried
in excess, l.ut nicotine poisoning is
nui iim* ni them,
Corporal   C. Vi.   Kenna,   late
he llii.flcud delachiilent, arrived    in
Frank un Wednesday tu lake  charge
if  llle police statuini-il  in  Hie    Pass
"ing
FRANK
(From Tlie Frank Paper.)
his iuteiilim. to stall  a blunder club
lien*, although he was aulliori-cd tc
iieiv|l Ilfhels    fnl     III.'     lllll    .l.ll
slall.il al  CraMlTOuk, yel  lie had led
lhe heal I  lu nsk any nue he had mel
m loin, fm* all had g.  ii, su iiiiiii
trouble   in supply lulnrnialli n    nnd
j wen* sn lumi in liiell cuiills Ihal in
, f. _.r.-.l il vvniil.I he asking lou uiueh
Then he neill  i in
iceessilies |,, Hie sci       ,,yra   w.rinllilv,   we shall lie pleas-
 "   ""'■'■ I'lHl'S  Ul'    'In*   ,,i|      |„     |,.||   ,,,„   .,|„,„1          „,',.,..i,.,
hen*      .mi   have heard aliniil     il"
I  ! hniislel   linlls*' Al    I'rauhinnk      Wi
s a high grade clay.    Several rests',.,,, ,,f (-.tn.i.li.'.r. ,,.,.'. il parks   wenl'ha"'   deeidisl  lu    he  iei)    lorali
iiivc luvn  uiade wliicli  liave proven  Up i,, i;,,s. |.,.uii '  t , ;,„,[, ,„,,',    ,|l(.|,ii„i have u One lluuilie! Club start-
'   *     '■•■•''■    ■ ■ ■   j|   lleiiiehmau's   ill llll'l me ahead,   making veiy good
'progress.     Wc though!  it  ivell In ex-
The Canadian Metal company    ,
week shipped il lilt nf file clal* frum'1'"'*' u
Coleman tn lhe smelter al Frank. "I'™'1''
The clay, whicli was discovered some .'alley,
iiuie ago, underlies Nn. a seam and     n   p   ||,m
Several les
In
ihe lire brick proline!  ul the clay   In   in,,,,,
he uf excelled! quality '
a iVHliiaii
nl   K
oil  Sleele
IV liu
pul   KI
eg*;s Ulnl. ;
:* a  ll,
■ii ami gol
Hire,
■ ivooil.
peckers,  ,
In'
mi.., one
inud
mule
IWU llllck-
.   lln
ee turkeys
line
parrnl
a canal')
,111.1   *
.'Vclal  lice
Willi,     HI
lhe
km.h mil-
Conl
ml    is
linnunifrg.
teiidl  enn
M.
He  in. n  ai
in     lli.lil,
>.l  nu
elel v
1 nun  nml
till 1
line   is   lus
i  in
gciiin'g
pea ts
iml   t<
a  l.i
worl.
Corpora*) .1. \V.  Kenna bus arrived I
in Knink io siiecced lho lale Corporal Kitnbiy  In ciiar^- of the local tie-     The
laelitiieiii ol llie mounted police. made ii*. up pea ranee,  I
The metal   cuipaiiy    has   Started  teyf"|mfl"„",'i,.|,'"
Inl.iug Hie big slack on  tho _  llHJ-j no 'loiVlVt  tliu iMllifli- w'l'
will  he
is   I,
ilu
bo a   bright red
ii   a   conspicuous
..I wiih
The coin
whicli will
landmark.
Ai ihe last moment the Pincher
iouHiult loilln has loins,vi in lake
part in lhc Turnliull heuciit Monday,
giving as Uu* lame excuse, Hu- tact
thai Krank lias nnl jollied the league. The refusal will make nn ilif-
lereneo, how-over, as Coleman, will,
even a heller loam, has sieppeit inlu
lhe breach .mil will inure ihan lake1 Mid llowot*
Hie place id Pincher. I river for (laid
The hudi uf Corporal Kim-bry, who gasolene Inline!
omiiiiiittcii   suicide   at  ihc   barracks ..,'„!«,,„,
las! Tliurs-ilay, was taken to Macleod
Friday.     Tae dead    policeman     was
secerned mlll'tary lienors at   the burial
WINDKRMEI-K
(Frum lhc Outcrop.)
Miss   Man* Los-sard    lefl nn
day's slage for Ciaiihiiink. wh.
wiil attend sclmol,
Tues
I'ge
1.1 .ii l.-.l down ll.e
n a caiiii.. Tuesday
ul Capt. Cillllle's
Hie   11 wuii, [or lh,*
KHIHTV TEAMS AT WORK.
TREMENDOUS OUTFIT NOW
GOLDEN  FOR  K.  I'.  It.
CONSTRI CTIO.N.
AT
.Ine llnriiin, tlie cnntrat-lor, has
been busy tin. past week in building
lho I'l.-ad tn coilliecl Hie slide mail
at the oast end of tlie slide, with lho
road to tlie. prairie     and in putting] ....
Hie Hlainiiuro road in good coihUUoii. (iiiitnei  outeiop.)
The work was undertaken by Over- (loldeii, April 11.—Construction on
snd* Fanner al the expense ol Hie ihe Koolenay Ccniin'l railway is now
town. Hntli weie Improvements that a..Mn« well under wny and the loree
were badly needed. | „ Mng |l)(,rmm| m.n. (|a(.
The    road   tlirough tbo slide. Is al     The general    impression prevailing
ast a thing nl hot*.     lln* linisliing  |„.,.,, js llat  ,,, k sl.u.|(.(|
lunches as far as lhe i*u„l lacluls are   m „,,,  ,„. s,„ ,| ,„   ,„ ,„,u      |lllt
eonoorned, haie luvn put on and lhe ,„, mtHmal ,,;,'„ u,,.,,,^,.
road is open tn ibe public. Inspeo- T|.(, |.rls,,|| ■**,„. ,,, ls llllt ,,„,
lm* Maclntyrc, whin here lasl week, rjr|t,i_„ ColuinWa (leiici.il Oontraot
spoke highly of lhe work of the eon- comp„.ny, „f Vancouver, nuw have a
tt'eiiieiiiioiis cuttf 11 here—more than is
. warranted on .1 10-mile conirael,
I Tliey    now   have Nil    icuns at  work
A  notice  was postal  iu  the   post  mid "Very .lav   lirliigB   inoro of    the
olliee this week aunoutioitig that   the construction mi ill I .ml imn.     Iliore
iniiiiieipality ol Haymoiid has offered .""'_ ""
a reward lor   the  apprehension     of "? ,'   .,    H
Hod MatlH^oii for li.s defalcation   nf J ''"    ""' K
ttie funils   of thai  town.       Malhcson   TO*
has been u luglilve from justice lor .'."'., l'".",1'l!'h"s ;it'' cxpenwicirrg
tlirw months or more and as so lilt Ie- u ' 'c.ullJ '" ototallrhig men, and are
lias been heard aboui the cute it had P»'t«W w man to work ihey  can
been suppivsvd   locally   that no   at- f° " ;;'■ ,,l,t ""')' ,,vl»''i io s 1
tempt     would In* nuule  to   proRCCUtO,,m™ a lu" '""','-
hi 111.
tractors. It i.s a wood road and
will lie a vast benefit, lo the district.
ik
.1 imi
eooKs
nalile
It
There
Iwllovi
LETHBRIDOE
(From the Lethhridge Herald.)
Mr. and Mrs. Krickson, of    Wftld-
ier, B. C.. were in town ihis week.
VALENCIA   Ultlii'K.
\|..,1   12
1.1-il.lV
;    Ci.l.-s
lend the memliei'sbip aa lar as it i
possible, and, itierelme, if auvon
heie would like lo join it  is    tlieir
pnvil.-ne.      The iiieiiilieisl,||i [,-,■ is JS
ami il  will all pi lo advurUsing lhe
eoiinliv.
"The  llth club deeiili'd   to rpI  out  .
small, iieal pamphlel foi dlsliibulloi
111 Kasiem Canada, lhe Slales, Knu,'
bind and cl.sevvhvre, and 1 vvas up
pollilwl lo idilaiu dala for it in Huh
dim-Hun as Tar imrth as Splllaiiiftcli
me. Here I have a railffh skeleh of
llie piiinphli'l. li   will I'oiii-ain    ;
small map of Hie country, a few cut:
of views we aie taking as we 1^1
U'loiVfi, and a short write-up. Tin
reading mailer will not he extensive
U will be rtnilln.M (o facts, figure
ami slaii-uieiiis made, or letters writ
ini. liy men engaged in developing
the resources we wish lo draw attention lo. Pacts concerning our scenery, mines, forests, land and every
Hillig thai contributes to tlieir sueeesslul development, will he given,
and It should prove a great boosl fi
this e.iiinliy. And now I think I
have lold you all I cau nf our mission and we musl Im' going."
Tlios. II. MotVatl, the well-known
tau4)ier from near Cardstou, was iu
town lasl week,
Victoria,   April  \i -Mrs.   Cln
itiiveil  here  tiHltiy  to  Identify    Hi
n-ily   nf  Miss     Coles,   li.-r   tllecc,    who JJ'JJ'1
.vas un,- ,,f llie Vlctin I.,-  \,il,i, V'!','
■1,1  wreck.      Tliere    wn    a   $111,000 1 ■
liir   ol   Miss  Coles, Inull
deiiliOinJ   ...in.'  iriuk- wan hopeless, he gave his life fi
e corpse ami  dcsci-ili- foolishness,   vei   lhe   vampire  in
,uk winch Ml.ss roles made il  possible for ber to si
rehead.      '"No. Ai " tba'l court    of solemn Inquiry    ami
d was in -mli a Rood -Uupli  when  she  tlioiight   of  what   a
-ii imi  ihai   the mark fool   she had made ol the man.   And
n.onM.Hl     th.'l     when   lelh    ""  ''»'■ "'.eliead was   .1,11 vlsihlc, The -■   >^   Hiis   phase  of      the ease     1h.it
...    n-IMUteil     thai    wlun   i.fiti-   h|    ,, n    ,,j ,     (lf    Ul(,     rwntt|||a   VM ,,„i,.hi   |fl cause other  voung men   to
M» beromes Hie . visual    mini       f   ,      , H    ,       ,       « »« s| , ,,,, k    ,    ||iU(1 ,*enBll.1.,0M
i.f lie ( . P   K., a daily train will he     j f     ,,,,,, ,,.,,,; '    ' .,„   ,,1(1 s.lim. 4in,Hi,ui.     II is nut tl,
run to .Spokfflto, ■ ' !
policy    on
Mrs,'   Cl.ni>
Ids foiurd .1
Miss Lena NYiilig, daughter or ed a peeulln
Andrew N'eidig, of Fort Stivle, is Imd ou In
visiting her giandfa'tlier, .1. A. Nei- was exhume
dig, at tbe Neidig ranch, slate of pi
A UAMJKKOl S L0VI3,
Frank Papcr:-Tlie .lepli.rahle irag-
wlv of Thursday morning last, when
Oorpoml Kimhiy took bis own life
luniishes an example which might he
taken to hear I wit-li much ptolil hy
a iiiimher of Hte young men of tin
Pass. Kimbry killed himself lie
cause of an infatuation Ior a notor
ions eiiirtesiiii who was iueapa'hle o
returning the feeling he had for her
She is the same woman for whom
another young man killed himself it
a sporting house souu-ihjng over i
year ago and in this case as in Hi'
former one. she appeared at the in
(litest so hardened and cnlouscd thai
she timid even I a mih and glgfflo ii
ihe presence of the solemn Inquiry
At Hi.- iui|iiest Tluiisday, the fai-t
was broUglrl out  jn   the evidcnee that
Kimbry and the woman had repealed-
lv ipnii rclesl and fought and Ihal at
the lime of Hie last quarrel she had
"liallcml" his fair. When aske
the cause id the quarrel, the quesllMi
stunk her as exceedingly lunuy and
she lauglied outright when she replied thai it was je.Uotisv- The apparent ji'bsoluto lack of feeling on ilu
pari of the woman reminded one 01
Kipling's poem, "The Vampire," the
thi ine  seemed     lo     lil   the     case si
exnclh      She never did   know,   sh.
nevei could know ami sin- never could
•-an' whal   Kimhiv's feeling for    licr
.e.       Kini'lii v     lavishwl    his
and h s aneciiiui upon her ami
when made lo know
hi
be
It
oil   the
I
,  *  liisl occasion    hy several in    whicl
It  is understood Ihr work of   en- SEEINO THl\-ri<s Hie people of tlie     Pass have   lieen
lairing lhe rii'.lroad yards here   will m.i.i.m,  iiiim.s. KjV(.„ reason lo doplora Hie spectneh
he commencod   as soon as Hie   new ,,.     . nl a worthy young man yielding   in
depot ls completed. Twenly-nvc now   slurs  have   been iim   fascinations   uf   the   class   of
The Order   ot ftailwav    Trainmen A 3   n£iy   niore'were^s^lf. ""'""V", "AT   A-     il,""i"v-
licld a meeting here   laii week   and a ccii.ii., ,,,,,.,.. ™".,i™i" Rl."J* ''i'1'.. lil';1'"!* . Kimbry-.-. Jiagi,	
iliscussisl inai'lers of Importance    to
nt Uio Order,     Members   were   present
ami a cUllr, nnuig AliJAvA'A-  Z_ft&_ t^tj'rArlJni t
ion? St omVlSnr^n't.'™" '" '"" tt"  "*" "" '"' S""i'""y '" '"
I" r*M"M"J"j,,I""r
Cranbrook   Foun- i
dry and
:Machinc Shop|
; McKinnon & Johnston ;!;
Proprietors j-
Wo nro pri'imnil to
■ In ail kiiultt of ro-
pair work heavy ami
light, make custiu^s,
turn sh.tl'ts. etc.
[ Scientific     Horseshoeing
Specialty
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j m.|i-i-i ol ReiuUllois for diapoul ol Minimis uo OomlnloQ Lindu In Miollobi,
lh: Norlhwest Terrllt ■ ni the Vvkoi
Tcrrllory.
i.i.l I ...tl luui may i-p pUrOttUAll Ht »lu |>et
on* ini -..ai .-i..il tutu »-ii im iiniiiriielle. .\-i.
umtluui - uoreacaii bv iMuInd by oqo in
oliliiiti ei i'.ntii>au>, i «i>itity ut int. rati* of
■ii conn t>.-i im. ..r 1,000 I-".in .*■- -i mi Iwoolltct-
a .-ii Hn- kiquoutput.
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Dominion and Provin
cial
H. H. McVittie
(ieneral Agent
.and  Surveyor. *
an d '
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TIMBER, MINE
LANDS
CRANB.iOOK,   li.
»»«««««««..«««»-.,-.-.»
Pete's Barber  Shop
lias removed from Hit1 UVntw.utli
hotel to next door to A. t'. Bowness' anil o|iposllo new ti.mI. build*
iiiR.     I Invite everybody.   My wmk
wiil give satisfartii.n. First-class
barber shop
l». J. Leithauser, Hgr.
CIlANBnOOK, 11. C.
0. ti. It. PRXSION KlMt.
t'UMi'WV SUW HAS $I2I,MI)   TO
ITS  rHi:t)IT-I.AST   YKAU'S
(iK\NTS.
Thf Cnnutllun Pacific Hallway lus
now $'131,280 to tht- rrmlll of its pen-
Rmn fuml. The «»iupatiy has no
hut.', inn il has a pension fund whicli
it requires its employees to coiprl-
bnle, hm it Ims ,i pension'Hm<l whieh
was estublislttHl between lhree ami
four years hro, which II sris asiih.*
mil of iis nwn revenues Inr llie sup-
IHiil  ot those ■-'■*li-   ai.'  tim old     in
coinrrliuti<-n in this hind Inst year
was JSll.HOO. As nlreftdy stftted the
balance to the credit of lhe (uml was
$12*1,380, cash ami invested. It j>
administered illreel bj Die olllclnls
in the general mnnneer'u tjeparlment,
The aiuoiiul Rntttlcd iu the form uf
pensions lasl year was $15.708. The
numbei un lhc pension toll is 120,
nf ihese eidii are under Mi years of
age, '.I hvlwet-n (id and TH years of
ap1. ami 58 over 70, Th,* principal
upon which the company disburses
this fuml Is Ui maul I per eenl for
each year's service lo each employee
who has readied lhe age limil, or
who in incapacitated for service hy
reason of advancing years. Tbe object in view is to encourage the employees to remain in the service of
the company, and as the fund is entirely a free gift lo Uio men, they
have uo voice in ils control or ilis-
ll ihiilli ii.
NOTICE.
Miss Mansfield will do fancy typewriting for afternoon or evening entertainments at reasonable rates.
Guess work questions supplied, or
typed from conies. 45-tf
When You
Come to the Metropolis 5tay at the
Palace Hotel
Stephens & Kockendorl
Proprietors
Opposite C. I>. R.
Station
$1.00   PER   OAY
Calgary, Alta.
Glean Clothes
It is easy to liuw clpnil
clothes when there is a tirst
chiaa hmmlry in town. Vmi
cnii't afford tu patronize Chinese when you enn ^ct ymir
work done by white peoplo in
ti while way Mid tit prices that
will appeal to anyone who
wants good work
Crows Nest i
Steam Laundry \
Crnnbrook, B. C, %
J»«J»«J«J» **■* **, tjujt *** *l* **4 *l*********-*** *l* **4*l* *',
13- €dgar Davis
|       BRICKLAYER and
CONTRACTOR
Furnace, Boiler, Range,
X ami Fireplace work a Bpoeial-
J)        All descriptions of stoue-
S work undertaken. Orders lefl
Sat
J. D. MuBKIDE'S
will reoieve prompt attention,
riinne 115. I', 0. Box sm.
^♦-^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«»«*««
Geo. R. Leask & Co
BUILDERS and
CONTRACTORS
Our work is our advertisement, Imt wi
put this ad iu llie llomliljlo
I'lnplnuM/... it.
nt li
i.ik hm) 1.. .minim .1.
i. n.i. mu i- iim-ii ..i  M.umui
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stilitinitafifl
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twruilifl lur ettuii lull m*.
iHl'Lufr ii'ii.ni--
nc in ihe \ in..m I'errlloi
i.il tltll URllM ■luu] not i
i, iii east ireil uii i lie n.i
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edat) in u|itTitii.>u
Ul   Uu'   Clfi
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Al> .ili.ttr
l IMIUHtirt! Illillkl'il ly IWO .i-hui ptisK uu < A
at-.i .-ml, l.i'iuiiic millfeb. Knir> hum Ii.' i U*
.uiii'ti Wl-lllll l.'U ■Ut-t,. il llie i-litliii is niiiul,
i. nn.. >ui uiiiiiiii ri-co'ilei sullice. oatn-xon
.0 a I...vca (or fiii'ii .niil.ii.'ii ii leu mi us ■(
mi'tloiL
l it. | t'lMii, ui ,"ii]|i.iii> ituklUK a I'lakiu iiuiii
.mi .i ii. .■ mi iif i s cftuia-.ili*.
I'm- tiiscoverer m u new uiliie is entllleil to a
Uuu ... 1 .ii) leel 111 lelU-ttl. mul It Hie j.iiily
ouslits ..I ovo, l,6(Ai [eel uli-'i;'- lu'i, tm tim mil-
nt t.i »Iin-li nu mviill)  shall in* i-h.ir^oil, Ihe
ist .it me purty minimi') tlainuonly.
I :..u leu 110. lli.y.ilt) HI llie tiitetif l\vu auA
■lie lain i ei (tout on tbe value ul tlie dou| -Ini.-
>.*.l ii - m tlie \ iih.iii iei runty lu In- |>nnl iu lne
oinplroller,
Nu dee iiiiiicr shall receive tt grattl "t uio e
Ii.ii, un.-milling elaim »'U viteh si-|i.u.ite met
 .mu suleli, hut the same ml.u'r mny IM-I
.11) iiuii,..ei ul I'.Liiuis l)J  j'Uii'liUM-, uuu tree
(liners "Mi work their claims lu imrlnerHiiti uy
i mm ti.'.ii'-' uml j...>uu: (ee uf |i, a eiinio
u.i) lie Iniiiil..|ii-.l, ami am.iliet tiiaailifil uti tue
lime um*k| Buleii or liver, n> ifivlus notice awl
i.i)Iiiu alee,
WuiK iniisl betti'iieuii it ctiinn <-«, i. yn„ tu
In-v,tint' uiat leiiil laOft
A ii'.tilnMle lu.it wmi. has lieen tluiio imui he
'l> ameil eaeli year. IT inn. lite flaiiu snail lie
i< eiiiiil l.i lii'ii'iiiUtluiii'i^ailtl npeii itioce li|.itlltiu
mi entry liy wlreu uttiiei'.
lue I- *,ml.ni.'s nl ii eUitii may ht..lt-lluH al.-
..lul. ly I.y Iiav iii-fa .iini') ui.iitf.unl iiulillshnn;
lOUCCS ilillli- VllKll.iOllli'lltU.lUi'll.-.
I.-iruii-mn. .1U mniiu'ioi'i htteil I iiimini..n
imi- i.i ...iiiili.n.i, tlie S.uiliwfil li'iiliurien
.ml  \Mtlnu the  \ukuu T.-nhury are t.u. ti d>
iiii-|i"ttmu iui iietroioum. mm thu miutiter
n.i) iesfi.fl.il an millwilii.o u. QOliipnil)  liav-
uii llie Iuiui in he iTuuie
Ul"
Mm
ihi ilu-
npeotur 'Us-
I'n. Iiii: t|iiiiiitltii'
•Miiiiii-li iiii-l, iliHi'uveiy, an men
.in auras, liiolituiuji thu nil wmi u
ii'.tl ai inn) lu. m-tei untied, will I
11-tiH.vi.rar al ilie rate ut $1.00 hi
o royalty lit moll rule us may I
ittler-in enilllCll
W. W.CUKV
Hi
irliy
sul.j.el
il eil Uy
C«ANBM(M>h, ». C.
ur Lower  i rttlHl-t*f>11|| \v«l
Cranbrook Sash
and Door Factory
All kiiuls of finish work in
way ot doors, windows, tran-
6iini8, nti:. Kiln dried lnnilmr
fur insido work. Onr work is
guaranteed and onr pricoB are
satisfactory.    Screen    doors
Rough and Dressed Lumber
For Sale
fi.""' rtttmiiMnl
NOTICE.
Take notice that the pat Hietship
heretofore existing IwtrtVecn the iiml-
orfflgned, Daniel A. Maciloiiahl and
Krank 13. Clapp, as hotel keepers In
Cratch rook, unuor the firm tinino ol
"iMacilonald .V Clapp," h.is Ihis day
been 'dissidvid lit mul unl consent.
The 'husiness will bo continue*! hv
said Daniel \. Maodonald, uiuler his
own name, ttho assumes all lhe lia-
l.nlilir- f lhe saiil pailnviship and lo
wtiiitu all ih-hts due s.iid pitrlnerslilp
IlllNt   he [Mid.
lh I at   dunlinml.,  Mils .ll.sl d.iv
of Match, lftOB.
Witness;
.1. A. Harvey.        D, A. Maodonald.
2-3t frank !•;. Olapp.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby Riven that Milrt
days after date 1 Intend to apply to
iht; Chief Commissioner of Lands ami
Works for a license to cut and carry
away timber from the following described lands in Kast Kootenay:
Commencing at a post marked
Oeorge Geary, located at the northeast comer ol lot 386; thence east
41) ehains, thence south HiO chains,
thence west -11) cliains, thence north
IliO chains, to place of beginning.
George Geary, Locator,
Dated this 8th day of March, HMJfi.
[ I.MR itn!—_
PICKING A II0HSI3
for a particular purpose is easy   Ior
us.     Because we   have llmni loi   ull
kinds ol use.    Naturally our
LIVERY SERVICE
is [ar superior to that ol the hol'so
which has to curt coal (luring lhu
Week ami carry bis owner lo a funcial
mi Sunday. If Santa Claim saw mu
horses he would pension oil his old
reindeers, chop up his old sleigh and
hue a rig from us, Vou should do Um
s.i inr when you le.putc the seiviccs Ilf
a homo nml carriage foi anv purpose,
Especially   an our   scale til charges
makes M  ic.illy cheap transit,
lhe Hundley I.ivery Sin lilts
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   All kinds
of repairing.   Hive me a call.
Cranbrook
Livery &
GEARY& DOYLE
Proprietors
Teams and driven fnrnllhed for any
point In the diatri-t.
A. DOYLE, Manager TIIK ORANBROOK HKRAL11
'©rail
THE GOVERNMENT'S
LORD'S DAY BILL
IT-REFORM mirrors what this
new season lias in store tor
nun iii Suits and Top Coats.
Daily, we show some
advanced conceit ol fashion -
some unusual pattern -
exclusive \. itli us.
Daily, men are coming
here to lind out » hal is pro] ei
for spring wear from tho
recognized authority on
correct dress.
Tin   lull  mi.:   *-   iiill   \n   12  nm
'.       .  *    .* ,* >i propo,
■■il .im. ndnte.ii *.*•-.1   upon liy
\   l.l 111.I.   I'l ll l.l Ml
COAL AND PET ROLE I \l NoTl.'l:
Notice is hereby  givtn tli.it   I  In
NOTICE
M   I..'mi      ■
*.:,.,' iui I!      v.,,,,.,,   ;,. i„.,,.i,.    .,.,,   ,i,,   ,   ,,   '    N.-'ii,* lliirt)    I.,*.    ,,:.t .I.e.* I iu-
.i i     !•   I:   ,- Su :    '* '""        "'"">   -" "  '■"   '  "    i.-n-i i., .,*,,,*.     . ri,,,., (*,„„„,„.
.,!.   liiin ilu,   '"i'l     '" »PP'J    '"   ""'   II -'I'1'    ....mi  ..I  I. ,ii,     -ml    H.iiK- i.u  ^
,i,ii.,i, to ,.**   i.iIht'] *..  l.iiilt      Ami il,.* preside.!! nl lhe. Cbiel   Uoromlflsioufi ol   l.iui.ls    and   -i.--.... 1 Ini und carrj awa)
tl   Northern   -\ -iiiu   i.  .latin*-  .1 I \\,,i*,s und    li. Hit- Assistant     .'mu    linrla-l   Iluiu   'I.-*    billowing ilr-i mn*.!
111*. lllll
nal.... i . ,
Can ,<!i ;
-ul,,,r*  t.| Ureal   Bri.-
iui—i.rti.-i nf Lands ninl   u.'il.-    i.m
iy, III*
tin* district uf Kusi Ki,,,i,-n-.i> nu   „
lunimn .i  pnsl  ulan-it
,    .,,       ,|,      'in*  iiisilll-l  Ul   r.usi   iv.„.,n,.,)   iu.    ,, a|   lh|  ,„,,,,.., ....   0|    (    ,.U1,
Stall      i.*.   ii    adoption    license tn   prospcot     lur coal    anil .;,,r,\ tiiabei    i  .,    thence   wesl
i '■"■■ Mi   im:   thi'  luun.-in in adoption.' pt-troleun. on tin, tottowiiig described [„rt,    n.   ,.|.., .    . .,.*,    ,„„.
*.. .i*       I,     native I.nul  la**'. situate on    N.uili-Kasi .M i. ■ 11 * ■ i ■:..:.,.
ii     Uuu        m  .m.i uiili Hu*   .nl rail wai    -i-inii   and    Su   Crock, abort Bevw. miles nortii ol 111,        ■ ,. ,.,,.   s„un,
1 id the senate   and   i„ -     . th,. Cunadian  l-ainaliao Paeilie railroad, mul  lying „„
■ ■' r.in..l.i. enacts   m lii ,!.**.■ :*.i.: i,. k.*..|i    lum   ""'*•' "' I'-"' M'liuii*.-muiiu .mj luiiili ,1,,   ;,;
I.n*.    ..; I- i'   'li,   imiii   ,.l I.il *   lin-i "I  "u- trows    Nest   Pass Cnal  i.uu j,   f, .;   j    !„,.,   ,,1,,,.,.,!
*: v It ill ,        nst.-t   'li.u   li.u. |ii,,-   I'ai')' » «*»*._ heing  in,*-'  north     •"!'' tl   * i   l. I'a
.. ilres,— i ...-.,:,■ .- ...      vim
I'ln   I .nl i ii.ii*'  iu.-.iii-   Ibe  hundred l
ii,-:i.iiI ol   iun'-     which begins     al .
. , ,,,  . i, Saturday atternooi
Iwelve n'cIiH-k .,u    11, - law   h.r
* ■ i i. 111'*.
!,,   -iv, ,.,. ■   i i       ii.   mcauiti ■ , ■ ■ ' .'
h      !■:  tin    ,i iiiiiii.il rode Irctcafl
., I'anada regard
(,,       *\ , ■ | ..i.l.l. ".   .HU    klli-l     ..!
I     '   li -. 'I    l"i    conveyin .* |tt   ul    m 1   piovin.-i
...   I,.1-1,1   In   n,,*,*i   i   ul. |5     \ .*: i
litlllc      !.■  ,.l     !..i      Lmil   ..I   i"
,   -!   I.,I    i . '
ii "i.*..ii"     includes     *-'i*i   i        e l.in.1      I,, i
I'll'     I.nln..I ,    .in.''   l.ni .n.l    |IH,Villi.*   .,i     I
'   'mmi liei   is  pn ll!,. m   .U.I    |u*l -mi
u.i ludes      .im *,,,.l„*.
piirl    ' "i'i- '   exhibi .,, i   .,',,1   ur1  .:  .   .i \n.i,,
i.n nl: lun i>:  .mi   ntln r ud
lilnyei       ii,i link •■      every uuj   i.;:.... i	
.  .... orders in  directions   .I,.,   iii.-     in..*. ... ,,    .
i"i mi i*. in  tu ■ emplny unl,., lln  proi li i n   n! am utliei ai:
ni 'I  ai.pli.-aMe ' . Hu* iiliiini .*i . ■
I '     !,..:    In-   Iniiiil   1,1     .itn  *	
'      I nil!      II,i   in sell    ni \K\Y    (,'      I
R-A...
Rely on Fit- JV1
Reform tor the new |gR_:roRi"j(3
thinirs   iii  Suits  itiid-A1 J'^Mi-
. *r*,.'•'-•■ ir
REID & COMPANY t  . CRANBROOK,
r
m*%
L.
GET   YOUR
Mining and Milling supplies, coal, iron, steel
cant hooks, saws axes and numerous other
articles required in the above lines, including
camp steel ranges at
McCallum & Co.
Hardware Morohmils
nlfci   ' '      I-' m  i In  ■ mil   *. !-, , BEA1 TIES
. i,. in i     hi  nllii-i  i- rsuiial properly,' 	
, .1 I'.'.ilm ul   In r.iliy ' I1     Miuiin.il   Herald :-Aci I i,     •., Il'l. im.ul .nn  Iiii*iii**.> iif his ordinary Mired    Alla.lir Jimri    presl.1 nl    ul
..iiiui.'.   rn   I-, .1.. ui emplny. uuv oth- Hi,.   Mbellii  Agencies,  I.i.l     Hu- i„-,i
pei    .         ilu nn Ihal   il.iy .mi Canadian    Paella    Itailwa.   Mlaniie
nrk, .1        ,           lil-.i. in i'..iui.*i* .-t.-.iin hns, il,,-   Empress ,.( Iliii.iin
,v'H!    ...;   calling (add "ni   lm .m.i tin* Empress ol Ireland   an- in..
m   .   si pi .,   luiiili provided. nl lln* u*iv imm  things afloat.   Mr.
.    -.ii.i,    Iter'cin   i*iuii.iiiii*il   -Iill ,l -,  nln   Ins spenl   llu* lasl    Iwn
he liken ui    lielil lo make unlawful months in   Europe,    passed Uirough
in il,.- province ol Quel.ee siuli sales M. mt,al ,u  iut.tr wesl   lasl    nighl,
.il church .I * ii*.-   if rum,tiv parishes having arrived     [rom    Liverpool ai
ns .1.* permitted miller the law    ol Halifax,    mi tin*   Hid ins! , by    the
Uui province s-lcnniKhlp Tunisian,  attei   a    some.
I    Notwithstanding nnylliing here- ului rough paswige.
in contained, uny person mai mi tin-     "Bntoi-c sailing,"''said  Mi.    .limes
Lord's Hm  do am* work of necessity In Tlie Herald, lust nighl, 'i    tnnk
 in. .m.i fm'  greater certainty, lln- opportunity ul n »  In Glasgow       '
Inn  imi  -n .is in rcslrlel  the ordin nml having a good inspeel  nl  lhc
.ni  uu- nm nf Uu- expression "work Empresses.     Both an* mil nn    thc       !
ul necessity or mercy," ii is hereby wav to cpmplolbn, nltliiiiigli Hn- Km-
ilrolnrrd Ihal ii sliuli l„* deemed    in press ni 1 tiii..... is mueh n     .i.l   —
iiuiii,I.- Hn- following classes ol nnil,, vanccd Ihan lhe Kiuprcss uf Irelniiil,
i.u   Am    in*...- ii    in  customary as sin- I.- expcclcd in -,,il foi l.ucber
I'.mk in eiiiiiicclinii niili iliviin- mn nn nt* ul, ut May Hn* firs!
ship; i    "Fairfield   company,   in charge   ul     W
ilu   Selling  duns     mul  medicines Hn- works, liave ilu* Britain in    Mn*  bra
(add "hi' retail in eases nf urgency") waters ul llie Civile, .m.i whit
When '.- : ; 1 ui .-.ur nu*.!, yuu
never think ill ,;, *., t you iilwayi
have :', u '  lefi nil'ilu* table
it i. the tit-t lllill.: tin* 1- iniued.
Nun ,,ui Iiu* Milium' bread, but
you  tin   liu*  iviiliuui   any  ..ilier
|      food with lei. hardship—think .lung
It     BOATS      Mill       these lines and thc absolute necessity
|        o! bread inlllis tllllllC lu mil.
i And because it i- .i neceisity, its
ipiiliiv shi'iiKi lie lhe best—quality in
bread ileiicntls largely upon tlu* flour,
Royal  Household Flour
hai convinced the women of Canada
ili.it it i- tlie beat tin- (..i-m .is well
a, liir bread.
Try Ogilvic'i Royal Household,
Ynur grocer recommends ii, becuuse
i. gives suill g'mil re.-lllls.
;      Ogilvie Fluur Hills Co., Ud.
Montreal.
■■llUlviim  11.,,,k  Sir II l'iiiik."CiUI-
ii. i ui |,i,*'.*. ni* I'l.rlli.ii recipe,
uu nui published Ini.,,*,-.   Voin!
,ielr!l!lll'll!..lll.HU l',s,lll I lll'.l'..
I.uceni tu lliitletin-i.i- and .Martin's   ,  u
i-lailns.  iilinsv  lie es an* 8,11111   and   ■,   ,i,n	
■i.uuii ii*s|„etiii.|t, iiiiii                     : iiimii,, | ;,|„i                      in   chains,
1.   Coinmnieing al  a posl  plant.sl  •:..,,, thence
une   mile   l.ullli  ul   ll„*  l„,l III e.i-l   em   1  ,1,       |, ij,,,
nei ni c. I,   Iiiiii,*iHell s claim, ill.   , iiuins   *..
s • Iii-iii; tl"* initial l".si  "t   il-' fun ■ ,, i
ilia Corner's elaim mul .burked Mai    ,■  ,
il...     Comer's    norlli easl     .'"iun         ■   ,.
Uienco    sn ,-iiauis    wesl, theiicu
■ ehains si.uili, il,,i„e sn chains cast ixi,
I .Iii-iii-.-  811 rhains   Hi   tu |ilacc     nl   ....
I Isviliiiing,     com il.e      .il.. Ul       11 III lm ,
I acres I thrni.- i
.laiilia Corner,  Locator,        ' :
A.   I*:   W.nlan.l    Agenl *   j    .|, *,
  I    Haled ll,, ,
1     I'.llillieiuiiii;   at   a   post    lllallli :   1 - 1 'u
at   llll I Hi-east   eui In I   ul    Alallli.i
Corner's chilm, Hie same la-ing   .he
inilial   posl     <i ».    ,1. li.-iiiui.-.
claim and marked IV, .1. Ilcmuresl
nut t Ii-n est  corner,  lik-iiee s" chain
east, iheiiee sii eliains soulh,   Ihenee! ci-'ltTll-'II  1
sn eliains    nest,    llieiieu   su chains
ui.iili iu    place ul beginning,    c n
tainlng abi ut um acres,
tt.  .1.  I.e. i-t.  Locator,
tt. I*:. Win I.n. t.  i.u,
OATS .'OH SALE.
Tl
Uu
nil nm
l.e.l   lillis
I'll-
I'l.l'll
llll I.
I Hie ven
iilleii'il al
n. b. High
orders a I
t^ftt-tr
^,,*************a*4*4*4*4***a**a***m
 ' • .*
Hanulaclurers "f . *,
Ron gli and dreased | -J-i
LtiriBBR anil \f
DlflENSIONS \*
Also all   kinds uf | Ji
MOULDINOS ;j.
MILLS U Ijfa
Jalfray, limn nml   I-j*
Cranbrook, B.C,     ;-|i
Hud Olllce, • Cranl
 "i>
ii,
•    nml,     ul physicians nml an' one ul  lln* liinnrsl   ni  lhe
fm     ilm   relict   cf sickness hulhliiig   firms   in nhl Scotland, arid   ..hit u.
   [until    "the"   and  "ul Inne nun d nnt man.  nuli-d vessels    lllllll ItiVEH l*:i,l*:\ VI'OH S Ll'll
- nn.I siiiiimiis"! tin- luu r   I'   It.   boats nn' slcaiii- 1 * I -: 1 *- cn.. LTD..
reivin*.   liiinsii, Hint, ui  de- ships ol which lln-i  may  *vl e UHU' IHVKH, AI.IIKRTA.
lelegriipli  in   telephoiio mes- lv proud,     Thev are beauties.     The   l-'ll        Cbarles Schack,  Manaiger.
lliiiniii  li.li-s lhe  ivalels like n ilini,	
•i leving of travelers and and. in Ils interim  llnish, can   cum    "
■ n'- mails; |iaii' ullh aiii-lhlng alloat, or    Ihal
rn'lnining lues, in   doing in- sails [rom am pmi .m lius side    ,,l
:i    ii. eases nl emcrgclic.  n lhe Allalllle
11, ui ,i like ineid, ninl cha.       "She   has    lhree  scries   of slate
1, a    siuli   [lies,   repairs nr nanus il lhc Ihird class uce inn-
essentia!     '■   nm  in,umi.u- daliuns an* enunl  In alnmsl  nnv    nl
cess ,,1'iunlli   in' opera!iim lhc   second class     in Hie besl neein
I...nl-   Hnv   begins,   which bonis,   ill  (net.   iii     respecl      In  lhe
li ,, nature thai without lhe baths, closets, ele.. she is in a I'lnsi
-u.li    wink nu llie    Lord's I'l  herself.     This struck me as being
ruccss    caiiiin!   be carried tlie lealure of lhe vessc'.
. * .* .iilim  -i\ ilm- ul   tbe     "Carrying 1,7110 passingcrs,  -i, ■   :
Sim I,,*!  long, i.i [eel ii iii. In*- ndih.
conl inuaiiec  in  their  des and T" leet  lum lu el in l„,.n   deck
id railwa)   trains in iiat.-.n Slnnd ..,, St   .I.u ii,*.i  and lm,
I,.in - lini  Inigins    whicli ni  anv ..1 lhc     high liuililiiigs-thil
■:    i\,|,isivel,   eilhei     uilli ml!  mn*  lull an  Idea  if bel   beighl
i„ ,i,.-ini...i     lm   inuncillal ■ l-*"'"'1 men are bus. al work, nn.l nil
.■i.i  ocean perl, or mil, lime hel   ien.lv by M.u*. easily.   Tin
ii :i.      ..i.l.i     ,,i   grain") lielaiil s.uls iii .lune
:,**       sabstiiule "oi  uui,     Another leninie tlml  appealed    i.
iiin-k, perishalilc gooils and Mi    .lonrs na- the healing arrangi
vim i: M.   M i
i*l*      I Ml'ltd VE-
I III*: V1KINI .Ml fill --I.NT"
UINKKAL * : '..*.:- -.11 VTK
i\   i in*: I'm: i    -.,1.1   in\
IMI   llll ISIO! :    , - .    Ivl'',-
TEN U   HlSTIlll  I
.'I.   CiiiiiinV,iieing al   a posl   planti
ai  the nortfllKvesl   cnrnei of tt.   i
lieiiiurvsCs claim, Hie same being *'„
lllllllll     pnsl   nl  T       .1.   Ileniiu.■-■
elaim, ami  marked T.  .1.   I'i'ii""."' * ; miiiki:     [iu i.y
snuili-iiisi corner, Hune.   su   chum i      ,|.| j.-^
ensl,   Ihenee. Sll  ehains   iiiiCtli   lliene,
sn     cliains .vli'eSl'''- tin liei   su eli.ili,
snuih iu |dn£ft»j*fV~!_cginuiiig, coutaii
ing abuul.jliWl'aeiij.'
T.;,'I. DkiUrcst, I.iie.it.u.
■   -'A.'-E. IVuyliind, Agent.
The Cranbrook
Dye Works
Over Calgary lliiulier Shop
Qeo. tl. Powell, Proprielor
. wurk in dve
I'm; high iln-
illlerliig.'
muni
I rmiJi Ur.v Cleaning a Specially
Me .1.. all kinds ul Indies'work
k    ' *      Hi)   Tin
m<
uiu
!Cranbrook
! Hotel *£ *£
lint'si. Comlorl a Speclall)
i....... Stabling in Connectloo
NeHrr.l tn raU.oart nml depot,     Hal .eeniiiiiu'ilii
tlniiH fm the public iiiiei|unlieil lu Cranbrook
,. !,,  llie nexl    .li Thi'iiiiu   heaters    pui
.un   railwa.  oi   to tin* i...rn—.lllsl  push
s    te   Iai  porl nl mil ui   nm ihu room  i- flooded
.     m „i,i     Ireighl   whicli i-    ... air, a .1 Imaliiiii mi
- ■  . i railwa.     "i  vess. 1 eoynge      All ihe ere
.  i .,1    , [)tt.  |,   ,, . (i,im the passengers I
,,::    , ring   ul   hois, . head.
luu iv litis ai I.") I
..    i:  siuli nm  lie lawful mi   mu
pel -. n ..ii   llm:    :.,,   l.l engage  in anj    STEP
gain ui   t.u  an. HI
i. wanl, i.i    in In  presenl
ui    lu   prot I.ii ,   i llgllgC   111.   ill
il  all)    perloriiuan.     al       Vcconling to Hi.* Sew Weal
- charged directly   ,u   Oul inn. lhe Uev. .1    \. Hay.    si -r ..        ««,...   ...9wni„J
m   ellli.l    lm    n.lliiissinn       .,,    well     kllulin   111   Illlselll.   ulli-le     he   X tne   OlllCiai    -.CaVePgerv
,'   ,..  i.n any scriico   ii-apeil n  rich harvesl  lasl  [all,   lias &    .  .. , ,   _ A
been deflnilel)  Incaletl.    Tin- Ciiluni- ,% of  the   City   of   Crail- X(
X
11 . \    IS   l.lll' Ml* I
UH.I.     UK    TAKEN     T
City Scavengcrf
x
The City Council     |
have appointed      ;•;
&
llll.l,       111.      I   USi.s        in    .'. m. ft   , , A
"«.»"■   R. Stewart
iiiiii tu tli,- N'ftt  Wi'stiniiisli'i'   V •,*
1.   Cotnniouciftg at a post  |i hint oil
at   T.   .1.   Doilloli'M's souih wesl   coi
in*!, tlif same Iielng t-lip iulit.il posl
ut Kmily Cortu-i's rlaini and innrkod
l-iniilv Cotiirr's soutli-oast rul m'l .
Ilil-liri* Ml cli.iilis 'West, ihi-nn- mi
iliains northi IhwiPc 8tl I'lmlns imsi
lltt-iHT Ml cliains souiii in place ..i
•rt.^iiitiiii^', L'OijJiiiTfHig .tin mu '.in
acres.
Kmily Corner, Locatoi,
A.  V, Waylanil, Agctit.
■V Onmmeiiclitc ai a posl one
mill' until oi ISmUj Corner's north-
wesl coiner, .th.-" saim- being Lhc
initial posl of .1. II. lleinpliill's
i-l.iiii) and marked    .1. II. HemplilU's
iioilh-tti'sl   collier,   llience    Ml    rhains
soutli, tliencc Ml chains east, thence
Mi cliains north, Ihence SO chains
west to. place of hORlnnlng, contnln-
ing about iiiu acres,
.1. II. Hemphill, Loealor,
A. !■:   Wavland, Afient.
Take notiti   : .. ; Ut
Vitlic,   !■    M    <'    No     ■
(.,]   Krai I-.     \\ K      M    I     Sn
ti'td', \"   '' *    Ki K   M   C   N"
IV, 17SI 1  WV.li      \ V
Vtee  Mn ■ ■      ' '
inteml,   sis It late In rw
tn   A\>])\\    •■■    llll     Mi'  |l   .    Ull     '
A     (V" till.'..•.'
tin-   purpose   ol     '     - . I'u.\m;
liraal  ol  "■
\i,.i imi lln-i litki otici that ac-
; im in ti: -■ ■ ' i ■; 'T niusl It coio-
tin-!. .-i   li, I'.-" ■ ci   "i  such
Cei in., ate of Impn
n.i:,.: ■■ !tiu day ol Man \ li
100B. l-10t*
TIMlltCR NOTICK.
Notice Is !"■■■; v ■ ven that thirlr
days after date «■ Inti i I 'n apply
tu ihf Chief Commissioner ot Lands
ami Works f.'i  ,-, -■; se to cut
and carry away timber from the f.*l-
lowing ile.si i il ed landi in South Kast
Kootenay:
111 rniiir.'-'tH lug at a [>"-; planted
.;• the S tt corner of 11mher liirnse
\-.   ■ ■ wesl      SO 1-h.iiiis,
!(,-■: i.   •    "   ■' Hn'ncc (*„-.:
sn i !„..: ;. SO chains to
the    ]•''.■•■■ e ■ *.     ing, containing
i.i" acres, ni
.2.   Commei I       posl  :■'...;.•••■■!
.it ti - S. \\   cornti    I I iml ei license
N.i. 65<!, tin : ■ - wi st s'! chains,
thence noi(h 80 ch thence east s»
chains, thi tn e - ut I SO cl aim ■" (lie
plac,'   ol   ■"- : ning      Mil
acres, mi :■   oi
(3)   Commei ■ .:.: , ( a p^st plantifl
..   Comincncing al   a  pest  planted   *J-<!lie(£  U :   :'., N"
a-lmii. one mile west of a poin   about! j   "j™* ' ''       ^':
um, miles north of  11.    (i.  BeWen's T h   '" '   "■'-    -
orih-wesl    corner,   the same i...»J'' 'Ul-     ,;
he initial posl „f    A.  K. Wayland's PIacc  ''    ' nxa*    ,,!"
ii'.ini fitui  >.,..L..i   v    i.-   u'.-i.. i     acres, mori
ii. Commencing at u pust plant- t
ai J. II. Homphill's north-west .-.,:-
ner, lhc same he'iug tht- inilial post
nf It. (1. Belden's claim and marked
It. (i. Belden's souHi-wcsl corner,
thiiitv Mt chains cast, thenee SI)
chains north, thenee sn chains west,
thcuce 80 chains souih lo plac ...
tri*witiniu«, containing aimin gio
ncres,
II. (1. Belden, Locator,
W.  I!. Uiiyhinif, Agent,
i
claim ami marked A.   E.  Wayland' - i
tiorili-we.st corner, thenee 80   chains
easl,   thence SU chains  south,   thence] ?]
Ml   chains    west, Uience     SO chuins
norlh to place of hei; inn iut;. contain
lilg ahout (i 10 acres.
A.  E. Wayland. Locator.
|   llnl nml Cold llathn
Hoggarth &-Rollins  ;
,.l'rii|i|*ielu  s \
llll)    "ll    in. 0   nl   11
 llll     lill'i. I    Il'l
  I Il-ll I llll
lllill     I.. I     lllll   eh..
ill   I..    .1,*.
n.i tn 1   null  lee
,.     Hi-    ,,,11,1,
Irian s.us
I    Uai nl,     i.l   Columbian cull,
luiilil-  whose Interesting,   si,m uf Ihe I
.    ,,,..   s,,„     rug sell,.,,   alias'   Uev. .1. A
Iclors   Day,  II II I     olher    aliases, was  T
,e   ui    recent.)   published,   lee Ived   a   lellei   J.
nis , i   li  thai geiiih ninn   -     . „    ..
e   i,,i   liileresling   informal inn    llml   Kllow  .;■ _        .,        „.. . 9
I,!    ,,„    nn.l   his   nnillil*    llnl    Ull'U   1*'. luw   ff  tO        tile      City       lltlllip.>
iiitliui   Imd jus! landed in Persia nnd    would V -|"
!ie in  llinuiiiiah  in  lhe i.u   mm   iu-  J{ grOUHUS   should  leave J.
n'i'   -j- brook.    Parties   hav- J
J'R X A
i''iVes was -|- 'nS closets  to clean, .j.
tne'ii'ii' f. refuse matter to haul X
Tin
as  llllll
.un lilllli ,,I lh
Hu* 1.-1 lv
...iiiiil
uml     Hi
I.u     hi
I..   In
li     ll   -li.il1  mil   lie  lawful  lui      nn
pers ii   ilu Laird's     H.n   in iun
i.ui lm i. ni  convey  by anj   mode   it
..   '.ie ns .in- conveyed i, r hire, nil
n.i  im principal or only   nl
nn i.m.* mi Hun iin) nl sue
ugei   m   amusement in pli-asuri
en  ie     ii Ci mel..I shnil    n   iill   III   Tl   I
'*-   travelers lull,ll, lbe ULi'l. Sen.     I
, , Umi lu* iiiii return   In ilil
l.ni i,..;  In- inii'bil fm*   any nexl  Augusl 01 Sep! n-r,
lie l.ni ■   Hnv  pen in »'i'llci  proceeds lo a|i..l.*l*
ii    . m    park ' ut pleasure long s.l,nie.
i,    , .„, ,,i.„.,. maintained tor     ™n MclnUwli is  pari.
' .  nlm! idl.ilssi,,,,  (,*.:     i,   ii'-'ii.*'   !"*(     'I"* 'I'l"
charged   ilireeilj ..i     iml -Hi.    or ni-jrunn-nrl, whose aid in hi
iiiilui, nhul .' is charged lui um "iTnil.'i  ii. justice mil In* ■
 lih-gc. i    Steps   nl _    lui.
s    li    i,ill mu   i„, iawl.il lm   mn euro    Hu- asnlslenci' nl    lli
;.. :   ..li   In  .nllelllse      in  am     inniuiel ROVrl'lllllCI.I,     ulnl   If      llll   ,
n! n-i nm   ni im iiimii'. hei can ho arranged it is allug.
,*,,       ..imi,   ,,,   Ij,,,,,  I,,   ||„„„  ||,  |*a. lv   llml   li.u   mil     hel iglll     n.u
n iiii ii .1 l„*    ii iiiiluiiuu op   ilu- lm  trial        Caiiadi n.l   t rlci
,    . ( ii.is.s-i tics in I'i'i  i.i Imve Ins	
,,    |,  B|, H ,„,,  n,. imvini [or   .mv munlcnlcd will, and niade aware   .
ue .,,,, mi Umi  iim ,.,,1,1 ■*i„ cnangc. "ay's ii|ioratlnns heie      \.. creib-iu
„,l ling ui    llshing").to shtinl    nl Is plaewl in Hay's sin   lunl I
.m  target, mark or other object, ur »-l" i'''""!' '" Augusl.
:.. im* ..ni   (add  "nppliaiiee")    gun «'ill also he I,n.l l„*i
mn  ui olhel     i ugine l.i  thai    pill
•{• orders with him. The
I'he Inlormali. n lias already   lu
veil   In   tlie   police  nml   Hn    Ul.iell,,,-   v -j-
in "rn '!l'.'i.-'i"it,.!V u,!"'n" i.'-'i-'i,,'i','- pair X city must be cleaned. |
I fakirs mm be landed behind |. '
  .   9
|..*..*..*..*M*.
\ilili,*ss Dnx Hi:
ra.Hl
hl,i
LUMBER
Robinson*NlcKenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kinds Of
Rough and Dressed Lumber
III,*    Hn
III the I lilled 1
TIMIIKIt NOTICE.
Motleo is hen In   given thai  thirty
dais   after   dale   lie   inleml   I.    applv
in ilm ('hiel Commissionei nl Land's
an I Works ill Victoria, lm a special
license in em nml earn away limber ii n the   n I,mum described
lands in Snuih final  K nay:
c tneiii im: ni  ii  posl   planted al
Hie    -Ib-cisl   cornel   uf   Hie     lm-'
r.illel   lllllll.  lm, im    N.i    llf.ll,   I In-Ill v
running su ehains rust.  Ihenee   nm
lum; Sll ell lliis [liu III. Ihenee rUlllllUg
Sll    l-hnius   .Vest,   Ihelue   mulling      Kb
chains suutli to polnl  of commence
 m.
Dated ibis Dili dm ol April, A Ii
linn:.
II. II   II,es.
• Ins   v.    Itoss. 11 ',1
llllll
TLMIIKI!  MlTH'K.
ui   I. i     Notice is hereby given ihal  ih
days after dale we inleml le apply
S. Commencing at ,i post planted
al E. A. Way-land's north.wesl corner, lbe same being llie Initial posl
uf A. C. Hemphill's claim anil marked A. c. Hemphill's in rl-h-ease corner, thenee Su ehains west, tbence Bll
cbains south, thence su ehains east.
llience sn chains norlh, in place ni
beginning, coiilnfuihg ahoul 610
aires.
A. C. Hemphill, Loeator,
A.  E. Wnyluml. I.-enl.
fi. Commencing al a post planted
at A. V. Hemphill's north-cosl corner, Die same being lbe initial posl
nl V, Vi. Hemphill's elaim ami  lied Y. Vi. Hemphill's south-easi corner, thence su chains north, thenee
Kb eliains wesl, thcuce sn chains
suuth,   Ihenee    Sll    ehains    easl,       !,,
plaee nf beginning, containing ahoul
(IIU acres.
K.  Vi.  Hemphill.  Locator,
A. I-:. Way-land, An.ni.
in.  Commencing at a pust planted
ai  K. Vi.  Homphill's south-east  corner, the same being Hie initial   pnsl
nf H   K. lleliien's claim ami marked
ll.     K   Belden's sout-h-wesl    corner,
tin-nee Sli ehains   north,  tliencc    si,
chains east,  tlu-nce sll ehains snut.li,
Uience sn cliains west in plaee of beginning, cotiUiiiiiTiu iibuiii ulu acres.
ll   1-:   Belden, Locatoi
A. E   Wayland, Agenl
3 lil*
*   ;■ :.,:.-■ 1
.,'. lib   ".■ -* ihe S   V-   corner uf
tlmbi :* :.■ onsc V    U..71, thence west
lit chains. north  ! ham-.
Ihence ■    ' thence south
lui) chain., to the pi           beginning,
. ■
'.: ",, I   ROSS,
Hales Hingston llu--
Located  H..:   15th   lay "f    March,
llinl.. 6_-..t
aulhorllles,    according
in    Every i „lat>le or olher peace   I'l"11*1 ■"- ""' swindle m
sus| is Umi a vlc.a-.fon   "' a" Inlernatlnnal tiffau
is being iniiiinillisl iu ,,r Hal' said ....Hung in I
.remises ollrer Ihan a U"' wlivreabniils ol I
Iwvlliiig house shall, nil-bin Hie lim- -il'""* «''*° 's wanted i.
uliieb he is such ennslnlile nr Inuislellllg n fiill.ltryl.mn
icacc nlllcer have lhe righl at am- '''"' above ivi'.l In* goial "'.is in all t„ nu. cbiel Commissioner "i Lauds
uuu* lu cnler inlu ui u|ii.u and lo "' '''"'S'' peoplo in llie Konlo'ii'is wliu and Wurks nl Viet..lia. fm* a special
.null such premises lm* lbe purpose wcre lialucnl In Iho smooth luoguo license lo eui uml carry away tiut-
■i Micci-talning whether such olfeiico "r "Rev." Hay In pari iii'.h fifty bm* trom off lhe following described
is being HiiiniiilMi.il ni.,.-    round dollars iui u pour    mil   lands iu Soulh Ensl  Koolenay:
■1 llieiv person wlm olmtruols '™ni Persia lo ilo il.in.esi.ic noik fm Comincncing al n posl planieil al
such ennsi'able in* pence nllieer acting  a period nf lime. tbe snulli,easi    coiner ■■!  the (len.
in,Iir  ihe iiiiiliniiiv ill Ihis section,!  ♦  Caller limil, license Nn. (15*11, thoncc
hull be giiiliy nf a violation uf .his ItK-IAIlK llll.l. running su eliains   east; thenco run-
,,t i   ti ng sn ehains north, thence running
II. Every person whn violates' 5,,s* Oolirlay—"The tuner who su eliains wesi, ihenee running sn
,n\ ,,r ilil' pruvisi,as uf lliis ael. en""' ln flx mv fllauo lo-day was tlie eliains south in point ul commence-
shull im  each niVenee hu liable,    mi  '""»' remarliaWc man I over mel."      ment,
siiiuiii.iii  conviction, In a nno    not     "irs.  [Iolnt-tnan—"Eccentric."' Dated Ibis Olh dav nf April, A.D.,
i vei i-iIiii; lmil  il.illais, Ingelber wilh      Mr*.   tlmirlay-"\ 'ery       Hi;  nillliil-   lllllll
ll.e cost nl proseeutloii, t«l lu ine .tint tiro piano didn I need 11. II   Ross,
ill.   Every employer whu authorizes   lulling very .-.idly." Jos. Vi. Ross.        1-nl
COMrOnTABU- I
i, Sunday, -Inn. 2!st, lol-
..,*. engcr    train
schedule: No. 3 leaves Rexlord 10.45
a.m.; Hun;.iis Ferry 1.30 pin; ar
rive Spokane 'i I" ji m.; leave i; lit
p.m.; Adrian 9 in p.m.; Facilic
Avenuc 5.10 a.m.; Everett 5.40 a.m.;
Seattle 7.00 a m.
Nu. I leaves Ri itord 1.00 a.m.;
Bonners Ei ny . 10 a.m , auivs
Spokane 7."" .i m , leave Tli a in.;
Adrian Hi 30 „ m . Wenatehee lulls
p.m.; l'aiiiu Avenue *• li p.m.; connecting with Sn 372 Everett n.nt
p.m., an iw* Seal le 1 30 p.m.
Nu. z i:.. . ham -■
Nn. I leu.i*. Seattle * "0 a in.;
Everett :i IB a.m.; Paclllc Avenue
9.in a in., Wenali i  ■'. 05 |. in.; Adrian   I i'l   [, III .   .it I III-    Sliukalie   S lit
p.in.;    leave     B 10     p ni.     Bonners
felly   IJ 'Hi a iii ,   lull,,ill  i nj  A ii, ;
Nu.   lilll   I.-.ne,   Kell.,1,1   i .il     a lu.
connecting   wii-h Nu. -1 Swlnton 7.34   . .
a.m.; arrive l-'eniie 8.00 a.m.
Nn. 2IU leaves    Pernio H'."0 p.m.;
hu.   10.26   p.
ennlie el in.:
Till
MAIL OONTJUCT
Sealed 'IVmlcis, whlrcssttl to    tli
Postmaster (Ieneral, will he  received
at   (Mtawa until noon,     on  Ftiita
IKth May,  liHiti, for   iho wm\"eyance|swinton   10.28   p.m.;  K< \foid 'l2.-t(i
ul Mis Majesty's mails, on a prouos   a.m.;    coime oHng   with   number   1
c.l contract  for four years,  fourteen
limes per    Week each   way, lietween
Movie   antl     Karlway   Station, from
the 1st July next.
Printed notfecs conlaininii furtliti
iiifotinatiou us to conditions of proposed contTaci may !►*• Been an.l
lllalll. forms of Tender may be oh-
lainci! at the 1'ost utlice of Movie
and at tlie oflice nf the Posl Olliee
Inspector.
Post Oflice Inspector's Olllce, Cal-
gftry, April nth, 100(1.
A. W. Cairns,
,1-.'ti Post Office Inspector.
C1TV  TKNUKKS.
leeping cars opciateO between Spokane ai.il Kernie. S.«i-|K*r
fan* bclwe ii Spokane and Fernie
$2.00.
Kernie to Vancouver 2.t hums ami
■15 minutes, connection being made
with No. 272 at Pacific AvcttUe.
Extra heal trains Nos. 2li5 ami _H.Q
will he operated between Spokano
and Leavenworth, leaving Spokane
LOO p.m.; Wenatehee lOlSO p.m.;
Wcnatcl.ce 12.03 a.m.; Spokane JUMJ
a.m. Buffel sleeping cars will he
operated between Spokane ami Leaven worth, trains Nos. 205 ami im:
also extra train between Seattle and
Skvkomish. leaving Seattle 6.30 p.m;
Evorott 8,10 p.m.; Pacific Avcnu*
8.15   p.m.;    Skykomish   10.21)     p.m.
Tenders   will ht-rcceived hv     U.c 5ot"rtlll,K 'cave Skykomish 0.00 a.m.:
Tuesdav   ' a,,|fic   Anion: 8.0fl     a.m.; Everett
"   '   8.2.1 a.m.; Seattle 111 no a.m.   Local
undersigned up lo noon
the anb of April,  PKu;, foi   (eetling
ji
P
:; it
irisoner.s.     Pailiculais 'will  he sup-train     being operated   between Bon-
>li«l at ihe city offices. I »«rs ^"Y and Spokane *ill be witu,
0. H. Prest, City Olcik.     dr*wu. THE^CKANUKOOIv    11 Kii ALU
h.-at who shall siiin-i oi permit tlu*
same to nm ai targe white in    tlmt
rum! it i-m   sball   he     subject    10      'h.'
penalties ol thi    Eh l..v,
io   The l'n\  i'I.iK .o   pel un ai I
Ing as sin ii iui   ihf lime .wing slmll
IU   Hie      I hs   ul      -l.iii'l.iiv .    Vplil,
July and Octobei in iwli year, posl
uu nut ins in ui i>.i i sis public
places in    th.- t'itj    .1.1 muse    such
notice tu he  EliM'ltnl   .,;•'!  |Hilih-In-.l  in
a newspaper printed und circulating
in the Municipality fm uut less limn
two consecutive insertions, warning
persons nl the provisions ol tin*. lt\
Law
21.   It shall h,- ihe ilut) ol Mi.- sn-hl
City Clerk oi  per-son ueling as   such
AIGOODCITIZEN GONE
.I,.hn ll l-n.i. ii-n Tuesday lot
Spokane, wltere be will lemaro toi a
few days, when he will go to Van-
couvei and there jom Krank Clapp,
ami ihc two may decide lo spend a
portion of ihe summer exploring the
i.utthcin ...,i-i country, Mr. ' Kink
will make arrangements iu rough il
.ill iint linn.et [or th,* purpose oi re-
gaining his lost lu-.ihh and ai the
.*..ime iun.- iu become thoroughly
familial «Ith thai section ol the
eountrj i).,ii promises soon to he the
l Ileal re ol ^rcal com men iai acti\ ily,
In ilisposiug ol ln> interests m
ri.iiiin.uk Mr. Km), did mi vmMi
lu,        l|„-   I,me       In-illg,   onee   II,       ttll'll j       o| ~   ^    j,     ^       ,   , [,,„  („. ttlis ,.,„ , lu
mctt'b tu make a .hum. ...   iepu.1  tu   ,.,      u    l|ii|   ,       j     ,       ,.,      t0  w
ihe i lij  o   I i.ii.i.iuui,  snowing    im, W(||W (||     ()||(i|i ^    ( if  (|m|   ]f
name ol all persons  who hm   dm ii..., |m    j ^  -    .  .1,,lllll,h.(t   ,1(.     tt(ll||l
"*  ;v;llItS'1 "'.r,'1 iK,;2tlKU'Wi   have llmughl  o| .I'.-h,,,,,-,   «
hnmiMHl   hy       IhlS        I   .   I.,W.    lu'.elhe       ^   (  J ., ^
VMih the da..* u, such paymeu     and blwmi^s „,,,„„tunilics ... I..i..i.*.l   and
«*   ww""'1 lwviv"1  '•"',   M""'l!ih,  nleol n class llml   make.,   a
uum I,-,-] .M.ni     !.. live .nu. iu;   ihem.
Yel,   M>    I'nil.  ivuliml  th.il     Inmllli
w.is iilt  iii-1  iiu,u i,, (-,,ii-i.i,-i, umi
aflei    ,i   \e.ii     of   fliilth-.. effort      l.-
lil im-. ,,hum   permanent   Improvement
In- was i '-I lo ihe c.inclusion Ihai
a .li,.n ■  \-...ii.,l huvi- iu he made,  \ml
ihis division involved .,  scrum    lo
i>< CraiH k, as Uiu town nevei bail
n h.Mei  citizen Hiun .lolm Kink,  lie
Imlmvnl In ihe town, he believed    in
Corporation  Of The  City of  Cranbrook
BY-LAW NO i*
A Ity Law   impoi ing u Dog Tax and for the establishing of a Pound
and the Regulation thereof.
The   Mu
lows
ol  I'l.iiiieil ul  lbe Coi
e i in  ot Craubrook i
Khali suHei nuj Iwrse
cow,  siieep,     guai
*»"•'. ui  1> Lry     u
.luli   lite  limits ot   til
i 'iiu a I'ublic   Pound
ami    on
.11    .MM 11
The
animals   good    .uid   sullicienl   food,
rtal-'l   and   shellet   tinting   lhe      whole
i-illie sticn annuals uie iiiipoumled.
ia in all cases lire l'o..ml KecpCI
UiM.i wiiliin iweniy-ioiu hours and
uui iivtuie six hours atier ine animal shall have toeeii impounded, eaus«
a wriiicn or pruned uouce, or partly
«iii ii-n ami partly pi inn-d, inereof
io ue liJtwt Ui the I'oiurd dates and
in a conspicuous place m llie City
n.tli, wnuii noliee shall give a pat-
iieuiar description of vtie annual un
,i..nn.inl, aini shall speciiy wii-n ami
ivltoie rut- .same .shall he sold il not
.lo.iinca, awa if uie owner of such
annual, ol" some oilier person on Ills
..r mr i.vhau b-htwl n..i wiitiin Ihu
.lavs alter siu-li notice shall have been
aiuxed as aion-saiit, redeem me same
uy paying- such iiauia-j.es, lines and
expenses tit atiyj as may be fixed by
uus Hy-Law it' shall tie lawful for
ihe I'o'iiiiil Keejier to cause such ant-
iiial to ne sold, and after tleduct'lng
such damages, lines and expenses (.u
any) pay Uie overplus (if any) to the
owner or owners of such annual, if
Known, and if uot known to pay rhe
snine ii,- the City (.'lerk.
I'd, The Pound Keeper shall he entitled to llie following fees for posting anv sitch notices and for auj
such sale:
Kor posting of Uie required notice
,is provided' by Section 13, where required, 35 cents.
Kor every sale of distress, ."id cents.
II. If any person wilhoul the author] ly of law and wilhoul lirst pay
Ing ihe lines, fees and expenses imposed under this By-Law, lakes or
atiempls lo hike ait) animal lawiul-
l) Emjioiiudetl oui of the Pound with
oul the Pound Keeper's consent, bv
sliull he deemed guilty of au jnfrac*
iion ot ihis By-Law. '
BOOS.
15, (a) livery owner of a dog in
the City of Cra-nbrook shall annually
pay to the City Clerk or person
authorized io collect the same for lho
general purposes ol the Cily, a tax
of one dollar and seventy-live eeuls
for each dog owned hy blm, and upon
payment of such tax shall be entitled
to receive a metallic plate having
raised ui stamped thereon ihe words
"C, T. P." (Oily lax paid) and Hi.
figures ind teal ing the year for which
the said lax has been paid, together
wilii a number corresponding with
the number under which the said dog
is registered in the hook kept for
thai  purpose.
15. th) livery owner of a hitch
iu lbe City of Cranhrook shall annually pay tr, the City Clerk or person authorized t-o colled ihe same
for the general purposes uf ibe Cilv,
a tax of five dollars.
Hi. No person shall suffer or permit bis dog or hitch to run at large
in the City of Cranbrook, fm which
such person has not [iaid ihe tax required of him hy Section 15 hereof,
and unless such dog or hitch shall
have around his ot her lurk a collar
oi si rap tu which shall he attached
ihe  in-llic plate im-nll d in Section IA heii'ol, ami any dog oi hitch
found running ai large contrary t-o
this provision shall be liable to he
captured and disposed ol as Imiriu
after provided,
17.   II ftlwll  lie lawful for and     l.e
the    duty of Mm' Police nud    Pound
Keeper and any olher  person    duly
authorized   in Impound   anv dog or
hitch running al  large ill the Cily of
Cranbrook contrary to the provisions
of l-hls By-Law,   and t-he owner    or
possessor of such df.g or bitch shall
be entitled to redeem ihe same within  sevenlv-lwo hours from  lhc   time
of capture hv  paying  for  Hie use uf
the    City a  line   of two dollars for
each dog or hitch and procuring    a
license for such    dog or b tell under
the provisions of Section 15 of    this
By Law, and if tbe same is nut    redeemed Within  lhree clear davs nfier
such impounding, then everv such dog
or Mich shall    be killed or disposed
of in such manner ns thc said Coun-
I'ory horse,    mole, j eil shall approve, by ihe person ap*
ii. sheep or    goat, pointed for that purpose,
■liar, and for   each I    lh.   When the owner of a dog    or
fowl liie sum of twenty-five cents,     | bitch impounded as aforesaid produces
Km jiiuvi.lin.' imii.  ...iter and slid-j wiihin sevenly-two hours after   such
ler foi  animals: impounding,     satisfactory    evidence
n.m  inm-  io time in
,."„i'.i;pi:i:.
■il  shall  irom  time  tt
as occasion shall     tv
.pine,  uppuini   !>oiiiu  responsible  pel
.v.i,   tu  b. i \\i  in   Uie ollue  oi    Pound
im , jn-:,   i.u   ,,ui n  i'uiiii.t s.i cstaiilisi
ui,  .im snail Hold oince during    tl
j,,i .i.iiii- ut Mi.' i uuiicil ami shall pel
iuiui In,-,    ..mn s under tne direct ion
ui  tin- Chui ..I  Police iui ihe   lime
living ut  ine t it)   ut * ranbrook.
1. h.eiv Pound Keeper before en
tei ing un nis duucs shall give security in hiieli maimer .is the Council
shall determine ioi ihe due performance ui   lus duties ul Ins otlice.
a. Tne i ily shall furnish cadi
Pound Keepei with a book, iu which
lie shall .niei the description ui
everj animal Impounded hy Inm.
wilb  the name ol   lbe person    who
 I,  ui   senl     lhc same  lo In*    im
li*.uii.il.I, ihe day .Hi.i 1. mit un which
I,.-   received   lh.'   same,   lhc   da.      ami
I n  whieh  ilu- .same was redeem-
nl ui sold, ami the atiiuunl of damages, ui iim- nnd expenses paid by
the p,u i. redeeming the same, ,n ihe
piuectsls oi ilu- sale nl ail) made);
and ihe Pound Keepei shall on or
before llie lirst da) ot every monlh
in Hn- yeai in.il.e 'a return io ihc
Council in wilting uf the number and
desi riplii.ii ni all distresses received
in Inm ilm nu lln- mouth preceding
each return wnh ilu- mime ol tin
persons taking the same to Hu
Pound, ihe day when ilu* same wa:
received t.\ Inm and the amount, re
reived, ami ibe lime when lhe same
waa redeemed, and any other informal i-M hr maj deem necessary.
ii. Kvery Pound Keepei' shall,
when making bis return, nay lo the
City ci, 11, ui ilie said Corporal ion
< i ibe Oil) iii Cianbrook all moneys
received bj Inm during tho month,
which are directed to he paid to the
Cit. Clerk b\ Hns By-Law, and shall
al .ill times produce his book for inspection ul Hie said Cilv Clerk or of
.in. mt tuber ul ibe saul Council when
so required.
:.   li  shall be lawful  tor   anv one.
10 ih Eve to the Cily Pound any animal nr animals mentioned in Section
I hereof it found running at large
within llie limits of Hie City of
Cranbrook, ami II shall lu- Mu- duty
ut    the   l1 1     Keeper t-o Impound
i-\<-i\  animal   o brought, ami detain
llu-  salile  ns   Hi  Section  X  helenf  pro
vided.
8 It shall he lawful hu nml shall
he ihe iluiy ui Hn- appointed Pound
Keepei io ii nnl am animal men-
lb thd in Section 1 hereof, if found
running al large wiihin the limits
of Mu Citj ui Cranbrook, and detain
lbe same until tire owner or owners
ili"i.- i   .hail have paid the damages.
11 ie   ,,■ i expense., mention in     Sec-
1). The owner ol anv animal laken
running nl large shah nay lo tho
Pound Keepei Hie following tine ovei
and above his [,■,-.
fur every Stallion, $5.fI0.
Poi everv other In,ise, mare, gelding, colt, uili- or mule, ti.iio.
Kor every bull, $5 0(1.
Kor every cow or other head or
I'.ui'l of cattle, $2 00,
Km- ever) boar pig, $1.00.
For every other pfg, sheep or goat,
Km everj lm.]   iu cents,
l"-   Tl wnei    nf    every  animal
laken running al large shall pay lo
tlm Pound Keepei Hie following fees
Kor Impoun"
tread ol cal
tire sum of
:J \n\ person gulllj ol ,.n Infract i     viola  .nn <>i   ilu-
provin -    11 Hu-     Iti Law,   upon
sunt man conviction before ihe Police
Magistrate m ibis Citj. .■ .lustice ,,i
the   Peace   nt       .llll.'I    .Ul I li* ■! 11 I    ll.lWII.-
iiiiis.hiimn     within Hi.-    City, shall
forfeli  ami |ia\  in ibe iliscrdi i
the convicting Police Magistrate,
Justice ni ii.,- prace oi nlhci cum
pelenl tiutluirlt). loi even such in
find mn .1   violuHi ll  ihe line ami pell
Ifelt)   nl .1 m 1   i<m.-..Iiiu uuv bun
died dollars ,01.1 i-osls ol ibe prostvu
lion, ami in dcfaull ui pay mini ibe
olTendei ma) he committed lu the
common jail oi lock up bouse ui the
Conn 1 \ ni hn,.ie,,,n , 1 ,,1 ib<- Oil)
of Cranbrook, there in he Imprisoned
fm am time in Hie discretion ol lire
oonvlultng Police Magistrate, or Jus-
dice of lire Peace or other competent
author!!), tin a term not exceeding
two months, ami with or witboul
hard labor, unless such line ami pm
ait) and costs including thc costs ol
the committal and conveyance in tire
said   common     jnll oi  ll.ck up housi
The Police Magistrate,  .lustlce    ol
it\ before whom n pn.secutii.n is had
for an) offence againsl Hns By. Law
or any of the provision} lhereof, ma\
eouvicl   the  offender  upon   H alii
or atliitiiaiiuu uf anv credible wil
ness and shall award tho wh dc 01
such pari of the penalty or punish
men I imposed h\ this By-Law as he
thinks tit, wiih tlie costs of prosecution, and ma. In warrant unilei lhe
band ami .se.,1 .,1 llie said Poliei
Magisiiate, Justice ol the Peace 01
oilier competeni aulhorit), 01 in
case two ur tu.tie Justices having
Jurisdiction acl together Unrein, then
under the hand and seal of one ol
iiiem, cause any pecuniary penalt)
ami costs 01 costs oni). ii not forth
with paid, lo be levied by distress
and sale of lhe goods and chattels o.'
ihe offender.
In case nf Hie re being no distress
found out 7lf which lire pennlh cm
be levieil, tlie Police Magistrate,
Justice of Hie Peace 01 olher com
peluil uuthoril) ma) coinmil ihe of
fender lo the common jail 01 lock-up
huti.e uf ihe Cumv ui Kotrteuiiy,
ut   ul   Hie Cilv   ul   (Wid  I.   no   the
thereof
id This Bi Law m.tv l.e cilcd as
th.- "Pound and Dog Tax  IU Law."
Bead a Inst   til 11 Hie lllli dnj  ,,
Di-CCIIlhet.  AD    1005
Bead a sec.ind lime on lhe Lllll
,la\    nf   Ueeelllhel      \ ti.    11)05.
Head a lllllll lime mi ihe Mih ihi)
of March, A.I). IIHHl,
itccotisideiiil and limillv passe.! ,,n,l
adopted un tb.- Ill li d.iv of March.
V.I). Iimti.
ii   T.  Itogers, Mayor.
C   11   Prest, Clerk
i   Ireieln   eellllv    Hie  .ilm*.,-   is  .1   I I lie
copy of ilu* llv-L.iw regislered nn
the 281 li dav of March, VI). lOOll, in
ihe olllce i>f Hn- County Conn o|
Kasi Kuui v, boldcji al Cninlirook.
c, 11, piiK.sr,
l-^t Clij  Clerk.
VAN H0RNE0N,
HILL'S PLANS
f.ive tlu-m away as to sell them for
the puces be is askn,^. Some people]
au* almost asbameii lu take ihem'
away at ihi* luw |uuv they pay. Just
Step in jnd look at ihc lul.
Th ily   candy     makei   \*_     Kast
Kootenay at "The Calm.''
(let youi tickets lor "Our Hoys."
The annual   lull    given  for  the St.
Eugene lms[.ital lasi Monday evening
was a gieat success m every way.
There w.is quite a crowd present,
but nul enough to make dancing uncomfortable. Tire music, furnished
In Clarence Washington ami Boy
Meyers was eminently sntisfaeloiy,
and Hie refreshments were appetising
in the extreme. The Ladies Hospital
Aid society .nc in he conrratulfited
on the results, and especially on the
i,nt   lli.il   thev   raised  something over
SJIII he   buspllal        The  coiiimil
1,-c .hues   Hi.    Ilcinld   tti   Miank    lhe
|it-uj,ic wh, 1 su geueroualy contributed
in rnoue) ami work ami did so   much
l.i  in.ikc the h,,H such a success.
Don'l   i.ul   lo   sts-  "Oui   Hoys"    to*
 1 i.nv nighl
IMI »M	
.1. II   FINK
III,. |,|.ii|ili', mnl In  liis I'lU'lsv, lil* hi'
nl,-Mm,1 ,  liv Ins jiiil-iiH'lil, In- li.nl
imiiin .1 place 'fm Iiuii-..*!! in tli.. nnil
11,1:1.1:1 llml ml! In* Ini.l lu till
.luini l-'ii.k iK-i.<i -niiiiii popularity
ll.* ii, mil Umi liiixl iii .1 111.111 Am
ii-i. as .1 iluu.! saiil nf lum Un
1.ili.'i* day, in- inm probably tit.- most
popular 111..11 in Cranbrook. llurin,
Un- day -Mi l-'iiik was all Inismi'ss
11.1 tn tin- sli if .11 mil' time mi
ilit'ir imi nnillil lmil him .vailing mi
i*iisinii'ii.i- ui buying liui-ils. llr
never seemed hurried, Inn in system-
.un- i-iluii iml iiersistettl artiou,   In
aiiiai.nl nf wofk .-.nil day, um tuiii-li,
in i.n*i lm In- mui physical good,
llm i„ lii,..iv .1,1.1. Fink well oni
11111st iin-i-i Intn after biisinesa hours
aflei In- lm- li.nl .1 uuuil ilii.n.'i mnl
iiln-n In- iv.i.s i-nj.iinm 11 B.n.il clgai
..n.l >iiiiiin among fri™.Is, Tbon one
lunl .i chancu u. g.-t ai*i|ii.iitiivil null
Un- man nln. ivas iu*ll read, mill lln.
man it In. pondered upon ..'bat In* lead
mnl iiia.lt* In- unit deduction-, ii illi
Un* man iiiiii IiiiiI seen a Iol nf Hn'
iimlil ami mueh ul Iniifi,11.ni ami li.nl
seen .villi lhc eye uf keen Ink-illgence.
In polities, in religion, in tin- great-
nr .ill,iim ul Hie 11.1tinn.-* ul thi' eatlll
.I..I111 Kin. can lalk ami those presenl
an* uliiais flail I" listen. lllll In
Is iml a bigot, lh* uill viie reasons lm his opinions, Inn lie respeeta
tin* iipiiiiuhs nf others, .nut is inii-i-
11 nl nl all Hint's. Cranbrook uill
mis- .luini Kiiik, and thcr. an- a lumi
uf people iluu,nln.111 tl.,- ilisiii,*! uliu
uill uisli (.„ liim ,. speedy return uf
liiiillh and pi-osperil) In Inm ulii-i-
,*!,•, lm goes.
ADDITIONAL LOCAL
M,  lliliuiis is ii, i,,u 11 lo-day.
■"I'll..  I'allll"  lm   Hn*  besl   in  linil
liuii'l  fail lu sec
11. nun  night,
His.    A.   |,,.ii,-|,
(llll   llnls"     lullll imd     liiilav
I'.,
$1 III
nln per il,,.*.' Mi.,I
In*
N,*ii Vork, April l.l.-Slr William
C. Van lliinii'. rh,111 in.11 ,.f tin* I'mia-
diall I'arilir. llllll lias li.i-li lurgl'l)
iililililiisl uilli lln* upbllilil ng ni Ihal
svslein, assi'iii-il  ti-sii'iilat   iiiiii   lln',,
(-anii'iliali   1'ai-IHc   lllllllll   In*   lln*    liisl       '"'r "''I1 '" '-nlglliy,
li-ansconHiuntal lim* in    America  in     ('iiuslablc   Walsh,   ,,f Korl Steele
In. double inn-kill.     Hi* Ims ri'iinin-.li "as in town yesterday,
to Ibis i-iii    Iruin a Hip iu Kiirope,     Mrs. p. I.uml and the Misses Lund
tin* lirst  in eighl  years.     Sii    \\rl |...   Wanlm-i, an- visiting Iriends    ii
Ham stated thai alreudv work is   In I'raulirnuk
pr.'unss double tracking lhe line lie-     ,.   ,,   ,,.   (_,lvH)1.aUh   „,,,, ,„,   „, u
■•Ti,' an''   ,2' Hn,,,"",'!,,,   !3','*e.i   JA"e,*!A'  """' l'';""" '  ""'
milns ul iliiiilil,' Irackilig non
gross,"   lm saiil    vesli-liliiy.
1 ri-lilinlii.il    ..I   grain   at    V
ami olher li.-mlil  fmm  Hm in	
branehes cvlrndlng    intn Ihe Nmtb-I    """ ' ''"'. '
ii'nsl    lias   made   il   Impcrall
double liiuk thai pnrlii
inniliiliali-ll
\ .'su*.*i'l luiiili" anil a "sweet
lii-iir!'1 Imiii wanl candies, Get llu
ims! al "Tin' Palm."
,- ''Our Buys"   I
u* nlgbl
I.. I'.  Kcbstein, unu .,f
Win
11
um
III!
Ulil
ailing
troishl orlglnnllug m in* Norlhivc-1
can be lrans|ii nml more quickly in
the lakes.
.-Thi. work uill nnl slop 'Iniv l.i
uuv menus, and I prr-dicl Ihal lln*
Canadian   I'acilic   will In* Hn-    liisl
ll'alis.'uliHiiililiil   I lm   ii,   A In.,      li,
In- 1lu11l.li' I racked
i.f   Kernie,   was in   town
lasl Monday mi legal business.
Mrs. Itoberl Marl-In, nl Moose .law,
is lisitiii. uiili hel* sisi.'is, Mis. .1.
Knl'i-ils.ui. Airs. Al. II.nil* and Miss
Jennie Uili. h .1.1.
Ilalll   IN.renin,  lefl   lo il.n   fur   llu-
Kilmuniiiii country, where lie expects
| in open a lumber yard as sunn as he
 'Is liim.
,t. H. Imn.,i,i   ,,i Perry Creek, rc-
.1   llill thai     .H   ll'"  I '■'!   I"  iuriK.il liuin   i.m,il.n.    Kng., tu-ilny
binlil a imn lim* in r. mul.i -null "I „i„.,,. |„j \m ,,,„„! n„. wlt.let-. It.
Hi,. Canadhin I'acilic luu- -.Neai (i M, ,.,„„ ,,.,„,,„,| „,||| Mr. Iiui-
Mie inlt'inatiuiial boundary,    lie saul,  lt[lli
'•nlil   s.'Ktem ha- ullilil 'iii-.l  lln' iuiui I     ,      -i   , ii   I .   .   ..       u
i  ,,     . i ., ii.   m.u      iui i  nil ii, see    uui  in
It   III    ni" n .llll   I."   . -lul    I   III.    I
Sll    Hilll.
Usl,    tll
"I   im Iin.-.1     li.  luiils'u luun llial
Iiiiii lit   nf  .la
wesl In
ill   sll Ike     III.
nil  lliuiil
arid lands wbieb Hn- I' Imn I'nci- 'I'1"'    work on    llaker streel    has
fir liciuls n uili Hi avoid.     There   is eoninienccl.    Tiro pi-lsi ra Imvo lieen
n.   pass   ihriiugli     il,.* llockles    imt *■'■'  lo work, and alreadi  Iln-n- is  a
ahead.   Inl.in     escepl   llms.'    whieh I'l* Improvement,    flood (or the city
lum-  l.ri'i,   ai limed   lu   iinijeclinl council.     I.el  lira good work go on.
stslt'ln- nn  ai I   i.f   Hu*  i' mull.|     Ilil   inlu   llrki'ls  I'm   "Out   Hul::."
Mnirieil-W'eilnesday,    April     Mill,
im, ,il   llm home ..I  lhe Ionic's |iar-
*   Ali.iuli,   Mr.  mnl   llts.   Col
MA. TIIA1N  in I.ETI1DR1DC1E.
i miii ilu* now arrangement uu Uie
I'luii   a  local   Iluiu  will he lull I......
Mad I   iu l.oUilirlilgo    ami return,
connecting will, lhe local llut. iitn-
iiuiii Maclcod I., Calgary mnl return
Tins mil prove a nu'.ii oonvonloncc
nut uulv lu ilu- people ul Lelhbrldge,
Inn  alsu in all nl thi* people along
Hie  hi.e.
DAILY TRAIN ON
N0RTH_STAR BRANCH
M lasl ill,-ir i.s lu l.c a dally Haiti
mi Hn* Ninth Star branch. This Information was given lo lln- Herald
al a lain In III* Ibis alli'llinull. The
i-lianac Will   lake    place ull   lbe sixth
,,f .May. Tins uili prove p»>'l news
in all uf Hn* peoplo in Cranbrook
an.I alsu ii. those living nl Hie various lu'uiis along Hie branch. Sup-
I'tiiiii-iiilt-iil. Kiii'kson lias been anx-
i us lu Inaugurate tliis service Iml
ivas compelled In wait until lhe business justified the additional expense.
It will lie a uiiml Ibing lur Cran-
linmk anil lm all ol thai part of the
dislriel.
-4-
fie! ynur lickels Inr "Our Boys.'
morrow ni.cht.
STOCK QUOTATIONS
l-'i.iaisr.r_ by Beale St Klwell, Brokers, Cranbrouk, B. C.
wi. Eugene  nn
Canadian Ooiddelds  ;
Western Oil A* Coal  211
.nlcmationnl .'.nil A Cuke  ;.n
Sullivan   -  -I
Norlli Star  S
Rambler  Cariboo  n.i
Marconi   Wireless (Canadian..,, 4.00
Diamond Vale Coal  30
Nicola Coal Alines, I,t.i ill
(lem Silvei Lead 1
Nicola Coal ,v Cuke        Ii
Sales—Sullivan. 8000;  International dial ,*.  Coke, 700
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR
'Kurtz's Own"
"Kurtz's Pioneers"
"Spanish Blossoms"
Union   Made   Cigars
Kurlz's Pioneer Cigar
Factory
148 CORDOVA St. West
VANCOUVER,    -    B.   C.
.:..:..x*c*'i.*>*x*.H"X*.i^..|..tMX-!*<*<-
| Farm for Sale |
V     Situated on tlio KiHjtoiiny
X river, one mile from Mayook, A
♦{• containing '••til ncres; IK)acres $
*:* linttiim Iiuiii;  oil neres under
•j* cultivation; new IJ-rooui mod-
|j] pre cottage.    Also Un head \
•j. of cattlp and live horses, with .
y nil farm implements.
X Kor particulars apply to
X    Samuel McLean, Mayook, B. C.
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
BEST TIME, BEST SERVICE
MAST, via Porl Arthur lo
WINNIPfia, TORONTO
MONTREAL, NEW YORK
Via Sou Liim In
St. Paul, Miuneaplis
Only lim- connecting with UMI
TED TRAINS
St. Paul to Chicago
Sn   Willi    pi Ii   inlu,..,' .1   lliil
llierc is eniiipelllliiii ami n.i.I    lilnml ___
belwecn  Hi* Cm an   Piicille  iiiler-1 Cameron, 'Jlr.'William Forrest,,    ul; Hi ill/ Tniirici Cloonorc
esis   ,,,,  llill   in,,-,  iceiiiin-l  '|.m||   mul Miss Initio Cninoroii   llov   """y ' OUrlal SlCCpcrs
"I   Bcvcral    I tin*    nl    in rial j Korliina olllclal Ing.
-ult
ch
flel ynur tickets lm
,      . 1     m-i   .uiu   nrni-is  nu   ■(llll   Hill's."
 l.llli.'   mlu   llm   nlil.*! -   ler-      ,,    „'   .,., ,, ,,  ,
rit, ii      Tin* Sun Um-   eiiiiiriilliil In Oilmour, the well known re-
flic Cmiiidian i'u-iiii-   is enterinii ler-' !"'o-iental.lvo nf Hie Waterous ISnglne
rilni'i'ii'luili uas I'Mlu-i,,',  llial   nl Works, lias been in town tlto    past
lhc (ileal   Nnr       In  llrlllsb Co-   »'«•■   inl, 'Viowing   saw   null   |iru|,rl,-
linrtila   llill   inieresls   aie purs .Hn™.     Mr. (lilniour so Is mmo   saw
the same iin'iei ic'iiiiisl lhe uanaillanl        machinery in    lliiiish Columbia
Pacific  '   I """i "ll "I ""' "Iher machinery men
combined.
Don'l) tail I" see "Our n.iys"   tomorrow uigbt-
"'Iii'it i.s no inducement fo .,, bate-
SKl.I.INd   ..MKI1IC \N   l.'l.lll'lt  AS
UAN'ADIAN,
W'iitnipeg,  April  Is — Maniinlm mil
liad    eomplle.1      will, b-rs have discovered a ruse lu* uiii.h fooled this summer, because liial
j ihe     provisions    of    Si-ciinn       lfljfta*n    Francisco competitors a	
tin   sheep,«goals and   -*f l-bis   By-l.aw in respect ol    Buch.iloavorlng In evade ihe Chinese   boy-
.,„  |„.,  <la.   all mills I dog or bil'ch,  he sliall  be entitled   In , OO II   ami capture llm Callailian t. uill-.
I*,,, ,,,.,.,, „i,,i | in.  per ii.ii*    2fi   receive such iloit or bitch upon prnv- They un- bngg-lng theii fluur in hags
,,.i,i., " lim; properly without anv cjrargc ba- stamped "Ma.ki in Canada."       The
II     II   shall    In*  tin'  ilnii'  nf      Hie   itn; made. | mallei  will 1)0 lll'ollgbl   In Hie alien-
Pound  Keepei  daily In furnish   such.   HI.   The ownci   vi any bitch     in   Hon of llie Canadian government,
llill has turned loose n sale ol shoes
Ihal renders the practice impractical
in Hie oxtrcmo. lie has a talile
slacked up wilh shoes that lie Is going to gel, rid ol simply because be
id lie would, and lie never quits nn
-.list lliiiiiiiiiru Junction
ATLANTIC S. S. AGENCY
New S, S. EMPRESS BRITAIN
ll,-|00 Tons, ..70 font long
To QUEBEC MAY 1»
Por full particulars apply to local
agents or write
0. H. HILLIER, Agt. Cranbrook
•I. S. CAItTKIi,
E. .!. COYI.K.
a  proposition!      He  might as   well' H.i'.A., Nelson.' A.G.P.A. Vanoouver
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^ PHONE 57 V
&~    HAY AND GI...
V    MEAT HERCHANTS
4
%r
Wc always Imvo on hand a large Btock uf lirstcluss quality.
Wo are tuataUtng tho latest machinery to coue with our tra
inenditiiH BttUsage trinle. Al presenl we are hcIHii^ one half ton
por week of tin' most palntealtlo Bansagu Oranbrook ottiaens
have tasted.
'riii> now department tu our business in tin* famous
ENQI.ISH CURED MAMS AND HACON
um Belling us fast uh thoy ,*n
Vmi will receive nltentliin
sl.
ORDERS
I civility fn iiii all our employe
ALLKI)  FOR DAILY
^^ 99* m^*9 ^^ 99- m~t 9^9 ^nV ^^9 ^n^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ 99 ^^ 99 9^ 9^ 9^ ^^ 9^ 9^ W^ W^
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i Special Prices in ;
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Our Wall Papers are going fast, but
there still remains a few choice lines
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Just Look at These Prices £
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100 Rolls White Morie, per single roll        ■ 21k
ISO  "   red, Ingrain     "     "     "          .30c
200 •'   cut to match    "    "    ••         - 20c
18 inch borders, to match, per yard         • 8c
100 Rolls Terracota Ingrain per single roll • 20c
IS    "    cut to match       "     "     "    ■ 20c
Pattern papers, worth 60c, now 20c
Room Mouldings to match all papers, per fool .Sc
100 ft. Oak Plate Rail per foot                 ■ 10c
100 ft. Dado Moulding, per loot 8c
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KOOTENAY VALLEYS COMPANV  ff
20.000 ACRES
of the very pick of the selected hinds In Lha lieautlfid Konteimy
VutUsy, KiiHt Kootenay, ti. C. esteniiini; from Catml Flat lo
Elko, are offered for Bale at from f;t tu $in poi' acre.
The Koottnay Valley it of Unsurpassed Fertility
Matchless Climate and the Most Picturesque Situation West of the Rocky Mountains.
The lands present every feature uf useful ness, including llm-
bereil liem-hes, hrnsliy Hutu, imirsh, piiiirii* unit meadow. Tlie
hriisliy Huts, Miamli mnl meadow lnmls consist uf deep, hlack
loam j the bench land Mug a sandy lonm, splendidly adapted
fur fruit culture. Wlimi' Irrigation niuy he necessary un tlia
benches, water can ba hail from tlif inuiiutain creeks (lowing from
the Rockies into the Koolenay river. Tlm Inmla arc fully surveyed and some of tin1 intn imvo I i Btilwltvldflil into fenced
farms uf utwuii HO ucros each.
Tlie ptirclitiso pries will Inclndn llm itmtmr, whioli ran ho solil
by tlie purchaser will t any Haliillly lo government or olio
royalty. Tin*timlier will i any cases nm
cliiiMO price, mnl wllllnnllcasos mnlorinlly
vesteil, LngH can lie driven mi llm Kooln-
cm i-vury lut save ono. Tin* main wagon i
passes over or close to naoli lut, nn.l Uio |
t.rni railway will parallel tin' wagon m.i.I.
convenient to the lands.
Kor farther particulars apply lo
T. G. PROCTOR, NELSON, B. C.
Or to Joseph Ryan, Cranbrook, B. C.
■ iliuii reallxe tin- pur-
 «i|' tin' inn.mnl Inly river, whloh louch-
i-i through tu- with-v
ii it iho. I Kioto my Con-
TlioO. I', u. Is 11 ii lie
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iii! The Cosmopolitan |
E. H. SMALL
Manager
The place where a
man will return after
stopping once.

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