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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
VOLUME   7.
CRANBItOOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   THUBSDAY,   UM:   in,   u»oi.
J. M. DERR,
CHURCH DIRECTORY
NUMBER    13
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
Repairing Promptly Done.
Footwear to Measure a Specialty
IHUHMUUNINHWMI*
B.H. SHORT  I
4, 1'i.i.iur, lliviirnttir and Sinn  *
Writer.
Ul   1,44    pilllllll
'I'"   '•- U  UI4„tl|l|
*> We iiiye |*erlect -.i.tlsfiutliin •»
2 with our work. ,{
**************************
B.C. LIVERY
and FEED STABLE
.Ww rins. i-ikkI driving
mu) Biidillo horses ut
ri-iiSDiinbli- rut.-. (Iur
jiiinVill lm to jj-lv,, gootl
t-ni'i* to ull horses st.*i-
lil.-il with us.
N. C. McKINSTRV, Prop.
Drink Home Beer
It Is Pure
It is Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
John W. Wolf
Boot. Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new,   All kinds
of repairing,   (iive me a call.
McVittie & Laidlaw.
Mining Engineers
and Surveyors,
CRANBOOK, B. C.
THOS, 1. McVITTIE, IM..S.
J. I. LAIDLAW, M. li.
I). J. JOHNSON
CARPENTER
AND
s      BUILDER
*+    .4**  •    *>
JOBBING   ATTENDED   TO
■*•♦•♦
OFFICE *ND SHOP
01.11 HERALD  BUILDING
Cranbrnnk Mcllioilisl Ctiiir.li,
Corner of Hansen A.entic and I nui.- Street
Ki
, \\„
.11 '
IJpiintll,
IV.-kl.i I-i
4  lli.'l
I'    S .1   I'l psiilt
1'rat.t.r-i-ilt Biplist Chunh.
'I'lu'lnllniiinc is it list   ul   ll s lll'lll
ill tin- llu|ilisl riu.i'.'li
.UHiIll-                            11 ii   in  nnil 7 UO |i
SiuiiI.i.i Hcltool      u p. Ul
\ it I'i'iipl™ ... x p, in. Tin-silii.i
. a p. III. IVptlupsiln.i
itiiliull.v ioviipil i-i attend
Pustor, I''. VV. .lui'llilie.
-III..,.  Mnlillll.
TIlD'llllllll-111*11
SIMPIX
S'liu.
sMl,
SUNT OfmeiUmmm SPEF
PurchM* Price $3.00 ■ month
Allowanc* mid* for old machine
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
CRANBROOK
Crabrook Presbyterian Church.
Siililnitli S ivii'iai II u. 111. mul 7.J1U p, in.
Sllllllll*.' Si Inml ntnl uililpiluss II p. tu.
< Ittisliuii IJuilpiivur. Tlll'Sllll,V 1 p. III.
'Ilu-[inlilii-in- i-tliiiil.v invite,! In ulU'lul
nil Hip mi-l-l i*l*,H.
I'llslur,  W. fl. W. II  I'nrlullPli ..
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
World's  Fair
Excursion Rates
Cranhrook to
Sl. Louis     S oil IHI Ch!ci(0 S o.i.llli
Tnronm         nl.il,  Montreal ii.llil
llalifa.         IJI.M1 Nt,* Vork IUI.IN
—.: MiiVI'll- I.IMM
THOMAS KENNEDY, AliliNT   i
THE GENERAL MERCHANT   ■ f^'^^^^'^^^^
| CLARKSON'S
Jo
,. 17. is. Julj* I
. Ill, S'pU'iulK'l
I'll Km UNT   l.l.lllll'jJ.N...  Xi
KNIGHTS of'PYTHIAS
Crnnbrook, B. C.
Mi'pts -.-nil tuul lilt Tnesilny nt a p. m. in
I. ti. ,,. I-',llilll.
.1. A, Ansni.lt, K. It. s.
T. lltniKts, l'. i-.
Vi-itin*. lliptln niiliull.vInvited in utleml
Cranbrook Branch ol
BROTHERHOOD OF CARPENTERS No. 1211
M .4'1',.,'v h-lil
-■■i.l tt  -I Hul
..4' llllllll lit S p.  III.   tlnll  III
t llullilliur.
Vislttnu liii-i lu
... IJ,utllllll,v IIIvil.-.l.
E.I'. Xi.-HTJt.il.
.1. T. Ill: SOS,
|,|ii>n,i:.vi
I.O.O.F.    Key City Lodge
Sn. -1'-'.  .Meets every Moll-
day niniil at their h-tll on
linker street.    Hojoiirlng
hid Kellows cordially Invited.
■I   I). II linifi, \V. II. MnFurlmie.
N.  (I. See'v.
lranbrook Lodge. No. 34
A. F. ft A. M.
IE egulftt  niei'lliiy. on iln
lllllll   TIiIIImI;!)   of  tllr
Visiting*)!" tii'ti   weit-i il,
,\i a Ukai.k, Seo'y.
•
Clt.MMHIflli   BRANCH   OP
THE A. L. U, NO .is;
IIM,   ever*   Rntilnbi.
H   P.
Visiiinu Brethren ■.'ortliall. iniilctl to attend
W.R.BEATTV
UNDERTAKING
and
EMBALMING
CRANBROOK
TCLCPHONC    aS
UNDERTAKING
EMBALHING
A Large Stock in Caskets and
Robes.   9*   J*
Phone night and day 77
MACCONNELL FURNITURE
CO'Y.
C RANBROOK, B. C.
Cranbrook
Livery 3
GEARY& DOYLE
Proprietors ******
liuin.l
LOW   EXCURSION   FARES
for nil,-nst,-in mints uill ulnu In-
quoted iniili.' vin I'tirt Arthur, ull
mil ur In lit- ri mli'. Hi-turning s.-iiiu-
or vin Clltl'llKO uml St   Louis.
for full inrlieulun npply lolm-iil ng tn-
0. Hilller, Akciii, Cranbrook.
I. s. CAHTI-JII,            K, ,1. COVI.IJ
D.I'.A., Ni-I.un   A.ll.l'.A. Vu u-i
f*** ***************** 9 **9l£
I Dezall Brothers    :
Blacksmithsj
Horse Shoeing \
Carriage Repairing and      j
Qeneral Jobbing.... I
Oulllde Orders Promptly j
Attended lo. j
—*<5
East Kootenay
Bottling Co.
Aerated  Waters
Of all kinds
Syrups,   Champagnes, Ciders
Ginger Ales, Etc.
Soda water in siphons.   The most
economical way Jo handle it.
H. C. RHODE
rut:—
Harness Maker,
Cranbrook, li. C.
Bridles. Smltlli-s, tlnrnt-ss nml
Horn, Supplies in stm-k
..Repairing; of all Kinds..
JAMBS GREER
The Contractor
Whu (lets Contracts
It'yi.lt wnnt tu Imiiil Int nu- know.
I wil] In- plt'uscil tu furnish yuu
E-stiiniites uiul muy lit-lp yuu uut
..illi boiuo ideas un tu pliins.
Urocerles, Canned Fruit, Fish, etc
ii... i. .... i -
i„„l    Tun -    iiii-I   Men-I -       I,
l'.„|.l,   ivliu    hm i    I ,-i     411 li
l,,.,k I,,  lli- >I.K>k
,0 Suils uf Realty   \tlult* Clothing
Aillcs-Holdcn    boots    and   Shims
I     ..-I    ul    -444.- Ill Ull     --     4..  ,.
THOMAS KENNEDY, AQENT
STRATHCONA
Formerly Hotel Phair
NELSON,  IJ. C.
B. T0,"II>KIN5, Manager.
litis hotel is hiii* uf lln- ln-sl iu
llritisli I'ni.iiuiiiii uml up-to-ditte
in uverj l-i-sput-t. W'.ll Hglite-1
sniuiilt- rooms.
,***#♦♦*.............p.**a
' Q. P. TISDALE, •
Proprietor of tin- *
!      Cranbrook      |
Candy Kitchen j
*        ('iirrlPMtiuittiiileipsiiii'k „!
! Candies, Fruits, Nuts,
| Biscuits, Pipes and
I l\TERFERENCE
tit .ioii\ imiiiRop
s
'-'lu/tll/Jif, is,.'. ).„ M,,
6-:-o-!-o-:-o-:-o-:*o:-oo-:-o---Cp:-4>:*o-:-o*:*6
l-4ii.,-i archer would again l.-iu it in
lisii-i.-i Nu. I. -nils nns n„, ,i,,..|* (op
ill.'
Tobaccos.
SHOES!    SHOES!
Men. Women and Children's
Not III rust luit at ;i hiy; profit.
Cull ami st'i- wl,nt   I  (-mh .lu
for you.
New  Line  of  Cook   Stoves
Just Received
LEROYSAGE
Prest Photo Co.
studios:
Cranbrook, Fernie, Moyie
 British Columbia...
DR. F. E. KING,
DENTIST
ll-'ICli HOURS:
It to |n a  in.
1 to tl p. tn.
7 lo 8 p  III,
CRANHROOK, ll.C
Harvey, McCarter & Dunbar,
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Hiiell Block Cranbrook, B. C.
1. H. THOflPSON.
Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary Public.
Cranbrook, B. C
DRS. KINO & GREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Trams anil tlrlvers furnlfheu* for any
potltt ill tile .littlrlct.
A. DOVI.E, Manager, ckamikouk
Ollice il Rcildence, Armitroni Ave.
OFFICE HOURS:
Foreeonni,   ....   0:30 lo 11
AHeraoon   ■•.•   l.J0loJ:30
llvealti*-,   ....    ;j) io mo
Chinese Lnbor L-'ntployniL-nt Ai-cncy
Oriental Bazaar
Ktil! liniM.1' Cliiiiis.- nml Jitpni'Si'
Pnuey Cioo<ls, Stui-c un Durk'k
nvi-mu'. ojt|Hmilt' old  Hrniiil oHiit.
JIM MAHWAH
-®-'.>-(f-t..>-®-®-®-Cf-®-i.
J, jMARRIAOE 1
[    V,-. ntnl  Illl! CITV  BAKIiKV  is llio   *
?'  i'iiiii'liiut-l ii ni.'i' \\'i'.l.liini Cttki' 4
S)   mnl i,iiui] Up itilln- lilloHl   Htvl,
1  Why fvn.lv
nnl |,i*iliii|i-' lm
9  >>■ Hhi|.|.lit|i*.'   Unt pn,'.-riol.t
I  Phone S, tlppeille .M. li. Cliurch  J
l      C. W. WILSON,      f
'^y-®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®-®--®-r.
*   Hive You Any Painting lo be Done?
.   Uo Any ol Your Unions Mi-ci! Paperinn?
: IF SO SEE
W. N. CLARKE.
li)stiniiiteB given on lurge i-un-
tnu'ts. Wo don't Willi! tlie
I'lirllt. We wnnt to please
yuu with the wurk nnd receive
ri-nsuiinlili* uny,
Royal liolel, Cranbrook
....TICKETSi...
'I'll Al.l,  1'IIIVI'S
EAST and WEST
VIA
SHORT LINE
iu „l ,'.iii4,'i,i,it„n  in  tue
 I-'III---.
\Mi4'tt -i.u Imtl m home nl tl I
..r Ihospiliia i.'i-in. nl.o Iiml hliii-rly	
i-liil-i'ii   1,4    --I mn,   iniiitinli-.H   llnil   >ll„
n unlit ii.,,,-!' i.-l uni. Those ii In, 1,ii.'44
I..-I  how  Imui J inln,- Innl liullli'll iii'il
tormented lu-r illtl nui u t,r ut Int*
.i.-.lstl.,!,.   [.l-m wim LlinIt-im ' 	
si'ltnul honi'll, mill, lun lm; sol Lis uncouth fniioy uu Hiu yoiius i,*tu li.i-, he
llllll   Kill.In  lii,, 11   I'lllll,'   Inf.
Hu wn. nut tt 'ili-ii-tin*- suitor.   He
laoltod I'vi'tt ilm i'iiiiBii iniilil. 1 thnl
somotl 4 ni,nips f,,r (in. ulis,,  „|
Hint  polish  u-liii-li soelcly gives,   A
liully I'.i liirlli .'imi ii.'iltirt-. ns liis full	
before I,liu, lip lnul usi-il liis oltk-lnl position III Illllllil! us his Will' Itiil III,' wu.
ir.tiu lit- luvoil, Inn il  liiu, wuulil
tin liim lln- ■ii'i'.iipsi ercillt,
L'lls|iui'Vlllo wus «urry In Inso Miss
Isilhol,   Thi-l-o  11:1s  ii.i 4   whn sup-
pUSOlt   slu-    ll'ulllit   OVl-t-   I'l'llll'II   llllli'ss
fliu-kson slioulil usk lu-r. Cltirkson wus
toller III Hit- L!|IS|llll'vlllo lm lit., lln 41ns
ihlli,luni uiul nsi ivi'il. sn llml. tliollKb
lliiiliiul'li-illy uu tittiuii-i'i' ni' iln, pi'i'ii.v
tl'lti'llt-r,   Ills   lui'l hulls  ul'   i, rn.iin;   Imt
wero stiilly Ini'klui; Hu> ilush nnil nervo
1-VlllPPll li.v -I'liil.il'. Anil, |Iiiiii*;|i slu-
I'l'l'lulnl.r Hull  lu-r linshl'lll suitor, In- liii'l just ns ct'l'lillllly ttlliuvpil
Iti'i' in Ii'ihp (Jnsiuii'vlllo u-iiliuin si'i'i-w*
In*; up his fuui'tiut- tu usk 1 li.. fnlol'ul
qiiesllou.
Vol nfler llt<< lllsll'lhlltln*! nl' Hit* 0:20
innil Tuilur luni tiituuiini-i-il lu Hie hy-
sl.il.dcrs Unit HpII Ait'lii'i' wns t'olng
to tnki, Nit. I nmi In.
Whon lu- uni nviT iii un, lumber
yill'll, lit' tll-i'ii' mil Hu- lull,,r mill i-o-
pi-rusi'il It uilli nu plensiint expression
l.nl If yon don'l behave Millie Stephen*
-ill linn* \n , rm* the -vititpt* term,
■■Nun', see here, Hill." in- went on,
"ymi innl nn- luli-lil ns ivi-ii uuderstanit
i-uili other. 1 lol .vnu eoute book be-
i-ntt-p 1 ii'.'int ynu luu if ynu ure nolo;; tu stiitnt un Hint , t* ,,[,4,i ,tjg.
itily uf yours there's goliiu in be mm-
Illi-.       Vmi    liu   Hin-   In   Utu.   4,4,41   |||   ||,e
-pritt'.- null lm mui tip, 1. nud you'll lime
tin- aural I1..11.,, it, 1-.i-iniivin,,,   if JOU
I I- "ii  bellij  Billy,  you'll  In-  sorry,
Why, vnu huven'i even kl-spit me yet."
Ami in- umde u motiou its though to
l.ll..'   III.'   .I,!,—.
Slip U4IV., n ory nml sought Iii wnrd
liim off, imi his powerful iirina wt-re
iiruuuil Int. nml -in. 1 1.1 nut tear ln-r-
-lf I     II- heavy, briitul lips bad
tlltniisl 11,11,1,.-,] hi-rs when Hie suiuid uf
-1 Is  i-ntised  liini in desist, aud a
I--I ggy ,l>nu. 11,,.
"I  1.. Mlaa Areher," said tin* m-i.**
.-..iiii'l*, "Unu vnu lm,1 heller ehange to
my Iniuiiy. Hero ut loust .41.1t nr., free
from insult."
Til.litr su un
It.
II*
rn
«,  'I,
iiii
All
Aay   It
Sll
.";.:*   _f
i.l.
tho zr***7
UK'Iill
II
,■:-
Wit >.llui|    J
Kill    1
nd
It,  like *
JUe
cm
■rt  mi
.[•ft
ill
tll<>      Willi
■r feed.
nung around a
tii'd hotter i.u
Yarned.   "Thh
on lil» heavy fin
It i:m:
Boar Mr. T.1.1,,1- v.-ry inueli in i„v r«-
Bi-el I llml lli.il I slmll liuve in apply Iur
lite siliuiil iiilliin tills Beusoil, 1 lnul Inijii-a
when ! left '.'aspiirvllle thnt I woolil in,
longer liiu*!- iu leticli, lun Hie utile n,.
eume li-t't rt'iiut my fiitlior's pplnn- tins eo
depreolnted Hint my mollier tipi-ils 11 ull.
nml 1 slmll have tu nu in work ugaln. It
In luo lute lu obluln nuulllPI' school, so 1
will Intra tu tuke Nu. , If tint pluee ts
etui open. Yon have mode inj- position In
Caspnevllte n very hnrit nin'. bul 1 hiiii-
pnse una cannot lie avoided, po 1 accept
your offer.   Yours truly,
lSAut'ji. Anciiun.
As lie fuldi-d up tlio letter his scowl
deepened,
"She's n lillle fool," In: declared snv-
ngt-l.v, "lull I'll win lu-r yet, just to
ul fi I Clark.
cureful,   llnr-
ain't uu urtuir
uf yours."
I'hirksou's eyes sparkled, "Mix Areher Ims ii in her power 10 mnke It so,"
In- snld. "Isnhel, litis Isn't eiuctly the
Iiiiiii- fur n proposal, hut If you will
Klv  Ilm right t alii- your oiraira
lllllio" -
..up glauec nt li.'r face convinced Tudor Hint In- bad lost, Sullenly he
el'illliped Ilu* wheel thnt slip might de-
S.'.'ll.l.
A moment Inter rinrksun's bugny
wns speeillug up the rond. "I won't
In,I,I ymi 10 your promise." lip suld,
with it return in liis usual dldldouce,
"unless ynu un- willing. When 1 saw
Tudor call for y  1 was afraid ihut
lip ivns up to sou llsi'lllef, nml su 1
hurried after n- s.,„n ., 1 could nut
nwny. it wus presumptuous, 1 know,
luu I couldn't sut- imi m ih,, mercy of
Hint lii'ttsl. nud ynu don'l bave lo keep
your prmulse tn mnrry me."
Isabel looked up shyly. "Hut If I do
wnnt to?" slu- whispered.
That evening it was announced at
tin- postotUco that Millie Stephens
wuuld have Nn. I fm- tin. winter term.
Miss tsabol was iu mnrry Hnrvey
Clnrksun.
Neither uf these announcements was
nuilli- l.y Tudor. He wits „i tiome
ironing the Injuries resultant mt Hie
Interview Clarkson hnd held wilb him
uu his reium tn tuwn.
"Ttwa front tm ampin mint,   witn   lavish
, Iinnii
10 every ti"..i, i„* ,-4,-ry fouatalasilde,
Mu*u tcatn-r rofd-hita maun   n-r   fur
,      . Illlil   4ll.ll'.
Iu fliu-vr .'.11* o'er all  t:,e  fl-ugraot   lunil.
"Wherever buttercup!   anj   Mid   dallies
Y4.u'll  mark her piese-are  in   tin'  itieea
Ynu 11  bear  L.r  1„ i'i.-lj-   iln|ttis  us  aha
On   suuny   i]P:.,u,la    where   ■,*o',l   Vblet4
grow."
*l.rleli nl 111— »ptrill.
Miss II,'I,i, M. Merrill is tlie tlullgh-
ler of Judgo Men-Ill ,,,.,| u nmive 0,
-Nnl'iitit'.,. She ii.,- educated ut Ottuwu J .iiiii. s* College anil hBa unido
a specialty nf futtimology. So (ar
us I un, mv,,iv s|„. 1:,,s published no
colleciion uf -.-is,-, I-:,! her poena
haiu appeared in various Canadian
periodiruls mill given pleasure to
.111111.1 by Iheir graceful form uml Indubitable nui,. „| into emotion. The
Treasury ot Cana
plied    I.v  11.   1. •
M.-l.-::   t- 1 ..„  1,
Pharos, in  Ibe 11
•ontoliied   itt     -A
.,,:   \   rse,"   coDi-
!>,'.   Until.      Miss
- ■,■".;  .11 1'ictou.—
OFF.C *U
Staaoaruphar   Rutel
EPORTtNQ,
.1 .   1 laliorata  St.a
Mr
ijallan.
f..r   Ins
copies 1
Let  Thy   T.iinrue Tirana
A   urnuil  tblug   U  a  lino,  sou-ore h
lillllilit; yf Vtj\V,*l.S and conso
leliilu!
N.l-nn Dtitcher, tlio ofliclwl
apher ot the Qamey Invoatl-
made •.■luiiorutc preparaUom
ta>'rv. Mr. Butcher 1ms 10
<t *, verbatim report of eauh
na.yn proceedings iu tlio bunds ol
tlie ccurt at IU o'clock of the fol-
lowlng day, The copies are fur the
Ujsp of t);« coiimiissJoiiers and ths
solititns snd princlpaJs on each
side, 'l'o reproduce them in the required time .Mr. Dutcher has a staff
uf lo or ]2 exiwrts, with other pro-
fessiomi! operators in reserve In cass
of accidents. .Even "'ah so large »
staff the most laborious and exact-
Mis' labor »i:i be required to carry
out  the contract.
Mr. Jh.tcher himself remains in
court during tli-* proceedings and
takes most of ili,< shorthand report
himself. This occupies liis time from
30 o clock to 4. 'l'o extend hi*
not.'s he us's a Bettlni instrument,
'i'liii is an -1 ctricol appliance, which
wio-ki on something of the samo
iple as a phonograph. Mr. But-
9. Hal*; cber i-.ads his notes into the instrument,   and   this     operation    takes
It tuny seem sweeping aod revolution* I ftt,rM|t the same time ns the pro-
ill')' lo Lull; of u measure fur the nboll- --'^l"^ took in court, that is until
linn, except for mean and Ugly uses, of n},Q'il n 0'cJuck at niyht. The Bet-
prMiy, ill sounding and ludicrous words ! iUn fttJ^hment, while Mr. Butcher
-for tbere are word.-, whose verr Hp-1 ls fc''rcU,1i.r u\\n "• if connected to
nenrnnoe nix.* « niirini. B.,,nu   i,",, «-   successive   rollers,   which   reproduce
iv       i   ,        ,     It , ULW-   Ms wrrdfl as b*v a pbonograjh     to
•u Lfd  S 1 eyIsetheT»-   two expert operators on typewriting
laments, ..id ftoin that to a spring machines, who made the lirst copies
cleaning of our mother tongue is not • of the e\hw,ce. A lew minutes af-
rur journey. I have met Americans ter these two stnrt working another
who would utiih'i-iake It. ! relay begins making the copies     of
No familiar language Is richer than 'heir sheets, and in this way theis
blessed English In words worth speak* I copies are compute before midnight,
iug a second time, brave, rigorous ^^1(*r that there aro two or three
Monosyllables and sonorous compounds, I hours' worfc verifying the report.
J.et m bave them to the front ou all i ™s ls ,,one lj-v wading the type-
proper ocsnslons, and away with trivial' *r'tteo manuscript hack to Mr. But-
conversatlou c     "    ,vll°    fo,Iu'vs   bla    shorthand
,. „ 1- _ ,   ,        .   no*e3 tbrouffhout,
bi lu url, Tnf?' !i^>;uUon ot\ The officials thought at one time
Hfltoij oi legem or frequent use in »; „/ attempting to reduce the report
filensfliit conncctlou may soften the of- to printing each night fur the fol-
rense In many place names; but, oh. if lowing day, but ti is plan was giv-
soino localities could have bad a bap-' en up as Impracticable owing to the
pier baptism! limited   time.     Printed   copies are.
As for a inaii, he often has to live his '. however, available on tlie second day
na uie into respectability In more seuses I aItBr eacl1 de>''s proceedings,
than oue,    Heaven help tbe tmforiu*      itr*   ^"tcher has ono or two Bet-
mite who so has tu conduit the busi* i ti",i . instruments   ar.d several type-
iiom of life that Snooks or Scroggins , of '.,,,,,.... '
mny become pleasantly familiar.  SucU|°
a task is one u,v Heit'Ules or a second
BoiToini'u, ami yel It i.s dune, and many
tt stl'Uiige name loses ils uncouth sounding in a noble history.—Harold Ismay
lu Longman's Magazine,
Meal  Mon-lnr.
The Btudents In the Scotch universities annually enjoy their "Meal Monday," but tt-w „r the undergraduates
remember bow the holiday was lustl-
tilled. Iu fin-off dnys, when learning
was really ttourlslied on "a little oui-
uifiil,"   the   sitnli
wilting niachlnf-s In reserve In case
v a breakdown with
such a limited time to work in
would be disastrous. One of his
typewriting machines Is run by electricity—said to be the only one of
its kind in Canada, It is a ponderous instrument, hut the keys require
only the im-rest touch to depress
th.-m and form the letters. Magnetism does the rest. The speed of the
machine Is almost unlimited.
A Gartiei
SHU  OAVB  A  CUY AXU SOICIHT TO WAHD
HIM OVV,
Bpilo Harvey Clarkson. She will have
lo give in to me in ihe ond, ami then
you bet I will mnke her pay for till she
lifts made me stn ml for."
When Bite nrriveil the following week,
It was Lorn Tudor wbo met her nt the
station and escorted her to ibe hotel.
There was a brand grin on bis face na
he rudely Jested  Willi Imt.     When be
winked solemnly and Ungraully nt the j
group uf loungers on ibe corner by J
Sweeny's sill t,  tlie girl  blushed  fl
rosy  red,   but  she   Knew  that  remoti* I
Ntrances were of no ll Villi.
"I'll call with llin buggy (his after*
noon and lake you over lo the school*
house," he said as be Itnuded her suit
case over to lhe man of all work at the
liny bold. "See Unit you are ready at
2. I've had the building painted nud
bought ymi u new chair and had the
blackboards Hxed up,"
No, -1 was about three miles from
town.    As thoy sped over the quiet 1
,    _   ,   ., , „    ... ,.    ,... country road that afternoon sho found
St. Paul, Dululh, Minneapolis. Ch.caj;..   ll(M.S(l[f wo|ldor,I1(j ,vtlJ. lhe dl.ive ap.
for Uii di.
I knew a certain garden that   was
made  solely   to attract   the  birds,
says   a   writer In Country Life, and
before   leaving    *t \_ jn (.Vf.;V way an unqualified sue-
home   for   the   universities  provided   cess.   Jt is free from murderous cats
themselves with a quantity »f
iiilllclctit io make "halesoiue parrftch
hall' through the session. By He- en
of January their "meal klsts" bod ru
low, ninl -a dny off" was given i
which the student "as expected I
journey half wny home, meeting a
lliis point liis parent or luuilier, wh
brought with bim a
ilmplo diet.   The holiday was fixed on
al    and    small   boys,  and the birds like
' i it.    Thirty-four different Species bav#
j , been counted at a single time,   and
,   on one occasion '30 different species
,    were building nest8 or rearing their
young.
!     Th- ground h deeply carpeted with
i Bermuda   grafs,    on    whoso    matted
-Jitniier, wno   tangles birds mny scratch and catch
I load nf the   hugs   from   morning    until     night.
Fruits   and   seeds   of   many    plants
ndi-r-   that mature at different times ofthe
ti Monday so as lo allow the
graduate the benellt of lite pre
Saturday.   In times piud the journeys   at any time there is not enough ths
would often extend to fifty or sixty   owner of the   garden supplies    tbe
idlng   year
in greal   abundance, and 11
mill's.   Tliu modern student goes Immrj   jjlrda   with   various   tidbits.    Sun-
fur -Meal Monday,"  but be travels
with  q   week   end   ticket  and   has   no
(bought of the painful Journeys of bis
ancestors.
A  cow'.-
T.'lllnu: a  Cnw'i   *«*•■
A.VU  M.I-    I'OIXTS EAST
Seattle,   Tacoma,   Victoria,   Portland,
AMD ALL PACIFIC COAST PulXTS
Tttreugh Cilsce and Tourist Sleepers
E. C
pea red so long,
"I'm taking the long way round," lie
explained In answer to her comments,
"1 want you to pee what a good horso
this is,   I got him from Bascom last
DlnlflK anil Buffet Sinoldag Library Cars' uionili.     I   thought  you   would  come
; back, and I wanted to have an animal
2 OVERLAND TRAINS DAILY 7    i,,,Iit would pnsa a11 tho rcst wUo11 l
■ , took you out to drive."
  }    "I am afraid that I can go out very
, ,,             , ,  ...   . .        little   tbls   fall."   she  said   coldlv.     "I  i
l'„r rales, folders and full Information Wfnl t() B(ud   nm, flt         „ fop fl (if     *
egiitxllng trips,callon or mlilresa gchod next year."
"" |    lie laughed harshly.   "Vou had bet- |
{. ii. YKItKK.y,          II, BUAJCPT ter keep ou the soft side of the chair-
fl, W. I'i »■                 ('. P. A T. A iiuiii," he said waruiugly.   "1 let you j
Seattle           ""I W, lliverside Ave CU1U0 buck because 1 like to ace you.
Wflflii.           Bpokano. Wash,
flower seeds are always on hand, as
well as quantities of crisp lettuce.
Thess supplementary stores are placed on a Mtnnd called "th.; birds' banquet bonrd," A',out the grounds aro
scattered logs, under which bugs and
worms huddle In tbe damp earth.
Is Indicated hy her Hydrants aro lefl dripping, where
horns. At the age nf two a ring of birds mnv drink or bathe to their,
thick material forms at the base of hearts' content, Strings, threads
each horn, and one ring is added every snd cotton are hung about on bush-
year after this becomes apparent To « and trees, so that building muter-
timi tlie ago, therefore, count the rings 'als may be easily accessible. Many
and add two, In tbe case of a bull, °' the birds become so tame and so
however, the lirst ring does nut appear   wlse in  the w"-vs "' ,ho I)IuL'°   that
until be Is live yenrs old. and one annual ring appears after that, so to the
number of rings on a bull's horns five
must ho added. 'Ihe result ill till tied Is,
however, only approximately correct,
for not only is the time of appearance
of the tirsi ring uncertain, bm occasionally iwo rings itp|
then again si tl
led,
don If
when Mrs, Grinnell overturns a log
they will flock lo her like a drove of
chickens.
Surprising,
Tho London Morning Post stntes
that Canadians never fought for
their existence. To Ibo shades ol
n one year, mid those Canadians who fought and fell
a year Is omit- in the war of lfilli this information
io ring hPlug formed. A dishonest must be somewhat surprising. It Is
r can al-u clltltlge Ihe apparent much longer ago since Britons-
nge of the niihiiitl by filing off some of fought for their existence. The Drlt-
the ring-t from her horns, su that com- lab war* of the past two centuries
plete teliauiv on ihis sign Is sometime* h*vo *" hm'n 'ought in foreign
vi"   deceuilvf* lands.—Montreal Humid.  iiii: cbanBitook  herald
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i, si'k nntl nntunil  wool  fnmi l.~..- to *
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I' WEIOHT HOSIERV. 'I'll,- .-i-l.-l.ral.il "Com- *
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licit lisli. t«ps, !l pairs for*l.(X). 5
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SUSPENDERS   AND   NECKWEAR,     Wusli  Tlii. 1
Special linli- 4t ni i-ottoit well Suspenders. *
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•• DETENTION OP FREIOHT" I
W Jwub's Ciikcsnti'l Sliorlbrentl ilml tin-si'ItiiVi-tirrivi'il. Sixwceks M
*i on ih,, wny, I,nt coming na i|n>\   |,. m pcrlecl litis tin• v nro its 0
4} fresh as lln: ilny tin.-*, lefl "dear onlil" llulilin.    Kii'l Fingers Sliort- 0
0 broad |»'i'Hi. .'ill,-: Tnnlnllon Sliui-tbrcitd pi-r Hi, Unit; Tiiiilnl- <*V
iX Ion Slimline,,,! in I II, Tins, 7V; Itothi-aii) Shortbrond in I II. X
J t'llkt'8, T.'t; l-'t-iiit fakes in I lli  |»u-ki-tB,  .Vile:   llnunui'l   I'mil *\
K Cnko, witli tliii-k layer of AIiiioiiiI I'nsti-, 23  lbs, Sl.iiO.    Wu Y
H .*  ' ",-,'■-,    ll'S-   *l.fi0-      -. *
W      Iiiivl-auttipli'S of nil Kir.-nils wln-ri- you .-:... sec nml lasle. A
t               0. T. ROGERS %
9     Fancy ami Staple Groceries ami Crockery 0
9                        Cranbrook. U. C. A
9 Ageul t»r Brockville C'tirriiigc Works, Buggies mnl Rigs of *
9                                 nil (Inscriptions. 0
TO GAZE UPON
Ilia tin.- nH-t.rtiii.-iil ,,i I Ihiiiup, 44.-11 „t
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FURNITURE  CO.
Cranbrook Cottage lliispiial,
Jiitn'i Annatranii iivi-iuu- ntnl I ,*»i- Sl
1,44 11,11 |inrili-iiliii-a m>|tly lo
riiss Moss, - Matron,
l.nki-'a lliiK|illnl, V„„
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The Picture Season
Ma
At
This is the time of year to secure the _\
proper impressions of the natural beau- 2
ties of South East Kootenay. The way If
to do it is to take a photograph of the 9
scenes viewed.    Have yon a «
Summer Necessities
Refrigerators
.Screen  Doors
Window Screens
(ireen Wire Cloth
Ice Cream Freezers
We i-nrry n Inrgi* Btock.     Druji in when wanting
uuytliiii-j in tif Eiurdwure Iin,*
J. D. McBRlDE
KODAK ?
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is absolutely necessary to protect the
employer of labor against losses under
' ...the Act...
BEFORE INSURING ELSEWHERE
Ask Us For Our Rates
WE ARE IN  THIS BUSINESS
ft!-..BEALE & ELWELL...
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J)I Cranbrook, B. C.
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We want you to think of us whenever you think of Clothes
Our whole energy is concent rated on securing good things for
you to wear
THIS IS TRUE OF CLOTHING
THIS IS TRUE OF UNDERWEAR
THIS IS TRUE OF FURNISHINGS
Our Spring and Summer Styles are now making a strong appeal to you. while our reasonable prices make an equally
strong appeal to your purse.    ^\Vc arc watting to serve you
Hill * Co.. CranbrooK's Greatest Store
New Hardware Store
We have just opened our new stoic and propose to carry
a complete line of Hardware,   Hnware, Iron, Mill and
Mine Supplies
MILL SUPPLIES   Pumps,   anthooks, Saws, Axes, etc.
BUILDERS' SUPPLIES   Tar and Building Paper.
MINERS'  SUPPLIES   Truax Ore Cars .md Steel,
Hydraulic Rams, Pipes, etc.
A complete slock ol Fishing Tackle, Rides and Shotguns
McCALLUM & CO.
in TAKING A BRIDE   yon  hhm	
tin I,-.,,,,,,»,!.,in- ,.i |.|.-„hiii< Ii.tuml iiinbi.ii-
ii,-. iii.-iui|.| \    It. in,till,,-.. « I, Imvc I Imli
,  l,..-i- ii- i.i bou in-'ii **l«ml,I iIiiwn, nml
ni" i ii.vi-i.i>i ifrfuH'tl In n "in  ilu" ih
Hill Illl   Uiu,
y^i    IV« represent Ihe famoui Campbell Clothing
,      |^V) MTfCo.
'/ ((y,     We hold over inn samples «(iheir hiKh--,inss
a       \\   ^    'J RlllldS.
Wc l.'id take >our iiK-nsurt* (or a lilgli tlanti nnil
Wc Ruarontee * FIT
Wc it un nulla- tin- COODS
Wc Buarfldlec thc M AHE
ll tint nilifflcl uiili mn-Mixiil*. hIihi lln*
ihll.il. HP I ft 11 I'M J Oil i'tllll' llliillt'V.
Morrow & McFarlane
The Calgary Cattle Company.
DEALERS IN
(Sticcnssims to m. Hcinnisi
ALL KINDS OF HEAT
POULTRY, FISH AND OYSTERS IN SEASON
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOl-TICE
MISS ADOLPH,
Teacher of pianoforte and organ
For term*:, etc. apply between iumr
ol three and live o'clock on Wed
nesday and Friday at residence ol
Mrs. W. H. Griffith.
LOCAL NOTES
Picked  Up About tlie Cily  hy A-kliiK
(Jiiesliims ul Many I'euple.
WENTWORTH
OPERA   HOUSE
CRANBROOK
SATURDAY O
..JULY..   &
A initthtv miniullni! ot the
MINSTREL
ARVELS!
....Twenty-Eighth Annual Tour,...
j If not you should.     And everything in 1
\ the way of supplies c.in be found at       \
I    BEATTIE'S BIO   BOOK
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I    AND DRUG STORED
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K Our Mail Order businfs.s continues to grow.
WW
ni,:-,)
tresli.
irj-.call
ts-        'I'h * Pruil ami V.-ffi-tulili^ nt our i-t-T--
$? Wiiti-liiiiiriviitilira-,
J*? A ivoiil ii tli.- 1 ..(.liis   wlii'ii V4.li wiiii!
■w
% iit nur stun- »*,* k.-i-p 11 litriii- vnrii.ty ami oulj tlii-liost.
1       Ii. Dawson Si Company
fill'    Tin-a
tram  ilm
CA       IMPRRIAL
w FUN - MAKKRS
50
RESERVED SEATS, $1.00,
at Beattie's Drug Store.   ,.
FloWM l-nls. nil si/is :tt tin- I-'.
S. M. Co.
.I,tliu l-'ink ft'tiii'tiril last Tlllll-8-
ilnj trout Spokam:.
Tho it,'..' lioiu,, .it' .1. A. ITan-L-j
.,ii Bnker hill is niiflosiHl.
Dr. ICiiiK mul li. E. Ili-nttin
-isiii',1 Moyii* Insl Sntiu-iln.v.
l-'iin't-i ,i',','iin,'i'\ Imiti-i'. un ,,'iits
n |»„iii,l. nl tin- l*. S  M, Co.
Miss l.t'xif Mi-Eni'hrrn is i-oti-
iiit4',l i., il,,' limtsi- hy  llii,ms.
Mrs W, li. liuss. ,,l' l-'fiitif. lins
I -.-.-ii qltiti' ill of l,l„'tttlii-lii;i.
li ,1. HI.-i.-U uutl .1. MilU-r 1,-li
Inst «'*-l- tor n trip to the eonsl.
Horn, to Mr. mul Mra, Noruinit
iliil. WiHliu-stltiy, June 5, n lioy.
If v, ,11 in mi I it i,'tit of any kintl
ilon't fail tosi-i- ihr 1' s, M. Co.
Born, on Tlraiwliiy, .Tune 'J, lo
Mr.  nml  Mrs. .Iini',,',, Cnslake, n
f. ixistniusti'i- nl   Mor
loC
ml points
tlll'il'S.
Mrs, Williniti Clonloii .-tin
ilnughter were \isiiiim Mrs. I'. Me
Mnl,,hi. nl' Moyie, tliis week.
A. 1,,'iifli I'i'tiii'iii'il .hi Tuostin;
from :, tiip i,, Winiiii
in M.'inil,,lm :iii.l ihr
Messrs, Ross mul Tin-is ennui in
from l'erry Creek ou Moiuluy to
look nfter snint- lilisiuess ntl'iiii's.
■Tub! reeeivetl, miotlter shipment
of river drivers' mul timber
ft'iiist'l's' Imntn. ill llif l\ S. M. Cii.
U'liiii ymi llml ns mil of (iiinil
Butler it .vill In- when lliet-o nn- no
1-i'i'iinii'iii'K i.i buy from K. S. M,
Co,
Miss Birdie Potlil tvliinii-il from
Winnipeg lust Stintliiv. uml will
i-i-niiiiii ul Iniiin- during tin- slimmer,
liuss l'lilnii-i- is improving nt tlio
St. I'iiigi-iu- hospital nud hus hopes
of lieing niili- to get out within n
few wet-kti.
M. 1). Killings lins boon nppoint-
ed District Deputy Grand .Muster
for tlie 1. O, O. P, lodge of tho
Crunlirook ilistrii.-t.
Wo liuve just plncfd iu stoi-k u
line of iiu-119 piintB wliieh we elnlm
un- the liest vnlue ever shown in
Cranbrook,  F, S. M. Co,
"WILGA"
PRIVATE HOTEL
CRANBROOK
ARMSTRONG AVENUE
Rooms bright, dean and well furnished
The dining room is the brightest.    .<    Thc table the
best in Cranbrook
Table Boarders—$7 for 21 meals ticket
Rooms with full board from $30 per month
Nurse girl wunliil, npply to T.I    C, K. Belli wus confined  to the
A. Leask, house by illucBS two or three du-s
jiliis week,
Morrow & MeFnrlnne uro doing
I till kinds of business tliis wenther,
Malinger Cameron, "I lln- Moyie|Their ndd this week is worth rentl-
I.iiinlii-i-  company,   wns   in  town  ing.
U't-iliii-stliiy.
Born to Mr. uutl Mrs. .1.   Lensk.l
\\ t'lliii'siiiiv. .Inm- !,",. :i boy.
l-'i-ed Di-nw will makeapplicution
| for n lieense for the Roynl liotul ul
Mnrysville ut the next iiieeling ol
tin- liii'iisi' coiiimisBion,
Butte,-, Eggs, Pork -V  Eti-.    For
shipment to British Columbin,   A
I quality. Write for cash prices,
I. DeFelir.
ii Dlilsbury, Alln.
.1. A. Ilaivt'v. ilu- soliuitor, is in
Victoria this week ntti'iuiiug a st-s-
sion of tie- supreme court,
Don't forge! those milk sliali.s
al I*. .Mtt'iiiiiii'll's. They nre in-
vigornting. refresliiug anil couliug,
lid. Hill i'iiiii,. up I'iiiiii Moyie on
Tiiesilny lo attend tin- meeting of
llii'lii't'iisi'i'iiniiiiissiiiii.'i, \\',',li,t's I    A meeting of tlio Cottage  lins-
,1,.,, piliil Aiil  is fiillitl   I'm- Tliuretlav.
lho28rtl inst. in Odd Fellows hull
.1. I-'. Armstrong lias common Ilm fj.j'o p. ,„.    ,\ll ludies' interest-
his new residenco wliich  is to bo led nre i-iiruestly  i-enuesleil  In 1»-
locnteil   jnsi   in,i*tl,   of   tin-   ICuyIpresent,
ll""s''' • i Miss Qerti-iule Willinms nrrived
li     I.   Rogers  ivi-nl   I.,   Sinlnr on Tuesday from 11 mist  where
Sunday to spend a couple ..I  ilnys she has been ntteiuling Behool anil
with Mrs, Kogers, botlt  returmug will reiniiin here duriiig tin- sum
"ii Monday. iiu-r tlie guest of her brother   Mil.
Th,'   new   Staples   mill  ai   llin |!"» Willinms.
month   of Perry  creek  has I,,',
.■'Mn.'.J",   hy   teleplti     to   tl
I'l'.'iiilti'utik sislfiii.
Th.- 1,,-si nl' fresli fruit ''an 1»
found at th,' I'. McConnell rea
tiiiiriuit Tliey gol it every ilay
antl it is always gootl.
MisB.losia Nevin lefl  on  Tues-
ilny I't-i' her In, in Macleod
ii   very   piensunl   visii   witi
sister, Mrs. J, II. Scott.
li. T. Brytuiier lofl tm Tuesilay
for th,' roast wheru in' will enjoy a
vacation of two weeks nnd assist nl
thr iiinrriiige of his brother.
Mi*, nnd  Mrs.  Briglil  mul  Mr
' Tin1 Crnnbrook townsite com
puny hnve ritised tin* priee nf ri'si.
ili-iitiiil lots Kin during tlio pant
week. Tlnist' who liniight dtiritig
tin- [inst few months tire feeling
correspondingly happy.
•I. Ii.iiii.liii... of Calgnry,   is  in
initii mi a visit.   .Mr. Dunahue    is
a pioneer of tito prairie town  and
,. Isays that lln- placo is goingrapitlly
uhonil  .'nnl   pr isrs  lo  li'  lln'
metropolis of thnt Bection nl' Ilu-
country.
This is lln- inst month in  which
you ran pay your taxes and  sav
ten per cent, allowed by  tin* gov
 : worth sometliingl
nl.   Thi
li.
i lltroiicli a kiiui ilule."
, i-'":'i.'i,'.'i.,iihi.iii,„,
■"',„ w trying i .* ,i-
intt-r alnmiialim-aa l„,l
,„I4H.|,|,|.
lySI'RIMl TOXIL'S nro «,t
Tlu-y urt-to tin-itlotal »li«i
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■i,imi|,:i, illii.
Chns. IJ. Reid & Co.,
Q rail ita ted Druggist a Crnnbrook. It. C**.
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Q   jTZ**00*"T*^^   Hotel - Men q
O   *3T >"iJ\-' Q
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To sec thai your patrons tan -Q
f.nd nu iduli  ulili  I he  Wines ma
nnd Liquors served over your ^
Bar.    Order Iru.Tt me r.r.d sc* J«*j
cure Ihe iic^i    , .. . O
*J       A* L. .McDEkMHJT     ^
If       Wholesale liifii i s    •    Irar-bro^k   f\
'Hl.un*.' ii" V*V
D©Q©00;©C>2!aa©00i3©0( :cgq
:- |ee friends =1 1
L      i _ !      w
- Do not fnil to watch this space from week t" week and ki-ep 'f
posted as tn tin- ia w goods that an' arriving almost every day. ®
® Fresli Creamery Butter in family si/.-- boxes, iHc lb. Als,, our (ij
■) fniuoiis Blue Ribbon and Bee Teas. Nothing lietter to be got. I
rn We nri here to please is our motto. ,
W
We tin Inr,' tn please is
MANNING & SIDDONS
»i -r. i ® i»i * i ■•> i * i«i * 111
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t A. C. BOWNESS,        " |
i WHOLESALE 1
9 0
|Wine and  Liquor  Merchant!
Kb Axenl for Calgary Hccr anj .Vrter *3j
m Agent inr T, l.cbel & Co., May anj drain. 'J
$, I have a lull mid complete stock of liquors ami cigars, a.,! for *
jgji 'I"' presenl my store is located in tin- Cranbro .'* Hotel block, i<*\
■Z opposite C. I'. R.depot.   Call and see me. **
*Mmmmzmj&im9m^&sMt$&*t*x
nnd Mrs. Trow cntne tu from Perry to lltoBo wlm hnve much in the
Creek Insl Monthly tu ntletid lo w*ny of tnxea to pay and sliotdd no!
their weekly sliopping duties. be forgotten.
Iti'hni'il ludy an,I gi'titlemnn j The property known ns tlie old|
Pieper & Ctirrie Imiltliug ou Arm-
sii'ong iivemie chnnged hands last
week, tho iii-w owner being Miss
Kelly of (Ireenwood. Tin; deal
was coiisiiiiinted by Benle A Elwell,
real eslnto agents,
llllllikl']K,sili,,|l,,l, I'liii' li.     Lllll
fxi-i-lli-nl hoiisukeeiier, stnte wages
Address Mr. U Trilleii.Crniibrook
ll.C.
.Tunics Rynn is in Scuttle iitlond
ing tin- races and looking over lln ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ponies iu his stnlile.   lb-will pro-l    11„   M,„„|,|V  ntterno, f last
Itnltlv I,,, altsi'iil tor two or Hi""  w,,*!:. al  the resi oof CD.    AROUND THE SHOULDERS
vveelis. LM,'Salt iu the  presence nl  a   few
The services in  the  MethodistM uiliule friends, Miss Klizubi-lh  |''^.'„"i"l'"'i!,;'.,',';',' ,.'1"!."',V,!„,.'','|V'!,'"",a 'tl
Inn-el sl Suinlav  al   lhe  usual I HoIiIiiboii ,'i'id Mr. William  .Tol.il-      ,   „ J „,; .„. „,, , ,,*,
sl.ui of Mi'Ailiiin. N. U„ were nnil- „ ,,| i,.,,,.,.,,,,,!.
ml in innrringe, Rev. Fortti Ili-j' i,  mt-iiitnia
i'iiii ing
ANV KIND OP PIPE
of tin. slice! iron orgulvanized iron
,:,:i lie made here.   Our
WORKMANSHIP and HATERIAL
are loth llllitt fiWALE
In nil iln-bmiu-liit
We tin vmi thai p!
ii tour '„
r iiisint'fiB
W,. Bolic
1     FURNACE5,  R00FINQ,  BLOW-
'! ER PIPING, ETC,
Patmore Bros.
luiiiis. The Pastor will deliver the
second Ki-i-iiu.il of his series ou
Moses. Bllbject, "'I'lu- lini-tiing
Hush."
Mrs. .Tunics Greer returned Mon-
duy from Sinlnr where she Iiiih
Ih-i-ii for the pust two weeks for her
health, Slu- is feeling much lietter and snys tlmt the change of
climate proved very beneficial.
Mrs.  (Well  clinic    over    from
Medicine Hat this week to pack up
some hotiBclinltl goods.     She and
her daughter Mrs. Moonoy bnvo('i'.'*!,!'','
ranted n cottage in thut town  mul *
will remain there tliis summer.
Sonic miscronnt with devilish
heart nnd malice in his  mind  cul
J. G, Tnylor I family left Inst
Tuesilay fur Winnipeg where they ""l""'
will make their homo fnr the present. (Juite a number of tho
friends of lite family wen- present
to S4iy goodbye, mill there were
many expressions of regret on all
sides anil wishes ou the part of the
Cruubrook people that the lines of
both Superintendent and Mrs.
J Taylor be ever enst  in   plensnnt
.1. Albert   Dalton. representii
ihe Queen Cigar fin-lory of Slter-
PROPER TAILORING
lm'"   Wo aire , in,,i,. «.
k' li n imiiil > Unit nil.,,,' thor.
ti.'ii-l ..iiii
Leask & Henderson
  und slushed the side of a   valuabl
A meeting of nil Orangemen in I ™w   belonging to Fred  Dumoiit
the i-it,V will be held iu the  v,,Ht,.,.  one dny reeently.    lhe  ii.iliv l, lllll
I of the Methodist ohnrcli on Satttr-1 f1"? T     ,1"', «,l,ll,'-v, "' "'"''' "latter thirteen yenrs Borvltmlu nnai «-„: X''',r,tfl
day evening .luni- IHth at X:'M  for dastardly  net should   l.e given  a | is ||ow ., ,..,.,. -,.,„.„„, h,., |Hlsiliimi i J., ^,,"^ ■'...-W
the purpose of taking into cnn-  ll'''"'  >»   ll"'   \»^>}"   "ul  "°ultl I joy tliu beauties und plci-sures' i**W?«.J> *.■.....;'
1 ui.le.ral.iou the celebration of the serve as a warning tor a long time* . y^ • ||,. i;i s,-!li,.u ,i i/.'.»l cigar :-^  --^
l Battle of the Boyn, t0 come' I and enjoying uu excellent business
lirimk. Que., wns in town this weekl
nrrmtging with A. C.  Rowness to
distribute his make of cigars in   „,x^& «; ,     ^ mr>m
this territory,   Mr.   Dalton   is an    OIlWiOT
olil  ni'\vsp;ipt-r   111:111   hut  escapoil     y^nr
if tur tliirtft'ii yi'.-irs Bni'vitntlu mul;   '
Can^ Fool the Horse
On thr quality nl' I-i* fpptl.    You
may try mnl ninko yot)]*self believe
tlmt lln- poorer Krwli?*) nf <-n\* nm
jiiwt iih gootl, lutt ;i falling nil" uf
biivn^ti. ami HubIi will provodilFur-
. t.t. Wo sull Ui. best "ATS that
crni In' Imiii/lit, nml at the sauio
price lib ordinary btull',
Harris & Jnllil'fe's
Meat  market TILE   ( i; AMJUOOK   HEBALD
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:  tbe Cosmopolitan fioul
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RATES $2 PER DAY
A Firstclass Hou se Centrally Located ®i
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Fine Sample Rooms in Connection.    The bedrooms -,••£
j[| are airy and comfortable, and thc tabic is the best the ii
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j&jz? REASONS -*7^
\Mi> you -Innil.I Insure in the Dominion n! Canada (iiiaranle-.* anil Accident Insurance Compan)
ECAUSE it issues thc best policy for Railroad Men
ECAUSE the policies cover every form of bodily iniury caused by external violent and  accidental
means, provides stated amounts lor death, loss ol limbs or sis-ht, aid  weekly  indemnity  lor
disablement Irom accident and trom disease
ECAUSE the policies are definite contracts, stating in plain terms what is covered and what is not
ECAUSE it pays all iust claims immediately proofs are furnished
ARNOLD ®. ROBERTS
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
As Ye Sew, So Shall Ye Rip
t
Which, being translated, means that those who wear {
OUR suits, made up in first class style by first class j
workmen, well know them to be the BEST      •**>      ** t
Pa
tW      Blow Your
Cranbrook Block
"McSWEYN & GRIFFITH,"
ART TAILORS
Cranbrook, B. C.
flHHHHHHHHHHpMHHHHMI
BUYING MEAT
is liki* buying it pig In ,t l»iu,-
••3 :sV.,>,   (  witli a u in-onle.    All rnotita
'.' I'',.'.! M      I.Hik llllke to tlii-ni nml — tlu-y
i, unit, v
'   * ...:,  '..,"i i* 4-<- '     ' Vi.- -i m-i-v nlit'i, gol poor i|iinllty.
I,,: i &?     •*■!') ":   i ,J$'i    W'-wuni Uiu imil-i „f those
,,.,;.-,.;Mi    '"j .<■■ f\f   i '<4.'j who know gootl
I'^G'.l ' .■/,$(?>, ',!   \ % HEAT
.,"..«'.:;   .    ..'/>,';      \  /    ■    iiii.I those that ilnu't.   Tin-f.it-
o;'-.;4.'i'v"       I    . . M^SJJ— /.      It  liter ..ill know  lhat  W4- Iiuvi-
■-J;-y9r^r-r-if~\,!^.     ■ li  tltl11   ki,,,!  [,„•  tln-ni iiii.l llio
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P. BURNS (EL CO.   j
J. R. Stephens.    \\. Roekenilurf
-! II. L. Stephens,   J. I.a.vsnii.
Own Horn
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I   ..Manitoba Hotel...   !
(Under New Munngemoiit) B
D. A. McDONALl), rianager |
1 This Hotel is in the center of town. The rooms are »
J comfortable and well furnished, the dining room is first- 5
* class, and the bar is supplied with the best. When you |
I want a good place to stop come to the Manitoba.
| WE GIVE YOU YOUR MONEY'S WORTH
il********,******,**********;*************************
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Notice for Transfer of License.
NotlCU M lll'l'i-hv  KiVOIt  Ullll  I. .1 ■UIH'H  ll.Tllll
or tlie Town ol Criutltrunk, It- I'., Intoml to
apply tn th.- bonrd '»f License romralasioimrs
far ii t riiiHtfcr of m,v hotel llronse, in the pfe*
iiiiMi'ri known ami iliHisrlbod nn the "Pmn*
bniiii* Hotel," Dllkor Htrce', Chinbtook. It.
C, to BoKgnrtb A Uollins.
llul,-il tin Milt ihiytitMn.v ll'll-l.
1 I .IllllICK  llvitll.
[BOILERS
anil ENGINES
Saw Mill riachinery
Planing 1*1111 Machinery
Iron Working riachinery
Mining riachinery
Machinery for all Purposes
All of very best makes.
Write
J. L. Neilson &. Co.,
(1(12 Main SI.     Innlpef
ranbrook Brick
and  Tile Works
Taj lor & Davis, Props.
Furnflcc & lioilcr Specialists
All descriptions of brick work
llllli,'I'tllkell.     l''ll|,'H pllislereil
by new I i ri * proof process.
('iiuiinnii liriek. pressed brick,
lire brick uml tile un hnnd.
to***
.
Cranbrook Sash
and Door Factory
All kinds of finish work in
way of doors, windows, transoms, etc. Kiln dried lumber
for inside work. Onr work is
guaranteed and our prices are
satisfactory.
Rough and Dressed Lumber
For Sale
Land Notice
Tuke not'eo Unit ntxty dttj'H after dnfu I in
tenil to tipply to tlio Chief RoutDit*w)niier o
l.inuls mnl \Vorknfor r« rtiitHNjoir (o pnrrlnw
the loPoHliigilewrlheii IuiiiIh In South \lati
Kooti'tmy:
Comitl licltiff nt » pout, planted nt Hi
nortlnu'ft eonier oi i,„\ 1(005, thenee ivwHi
Hip ensl limit ,if Lot iHHO,  tliem-e win lli  ti
the north limit nf Lul 857-8. thence eiiHt t<
the went limit, ol Lot 81)05. then ith ti
the plneeof liejjlmitng, i-otitaitilng li'2t) ucre.
more or Ions
Dnted thlHflth -l.n* of June, IIMI4.
II W iilinni I'n.Iin
J. G. CUMMINGS
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
FORT STEELE
W. F. GURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
CRANBROOK.   URITISH   COLUMBIA
R. LOGAN
MERCHANT
TAILOR
1 A lii'iiutifiil line of Homo-
Bpuns and Worsteds for
Ladles' Tailor Made Suits.
(Satisfaction guaranteed,
Roems on Armatroni Ave.
Perry «& Fitzgerald
nini'RIKTOHB OF 7IIK
Cranbrook Cartage
and Transfer company
We are in business for business.
To keep it and secure more wo
musi do business in a business
like manner. We are prompt
and reliable. That is business.
We do all kinds nf drayaye and
cartage.   We want more.
Leave orders in our office in
tho Crntibrook hotel block, opposite station, <>r telephone 6li ;
residence, M.
If necessary. Witli
ns it is not necessary, for
tlie public is persistently
blowing our horn for us.
That is what ti wood hotel
will do inr itself. Kvery-
limly praises tliis hotel be*
cause il is the largest and
best in Kast Kootenay,
THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL,
Stephens Bros. & Co . Owners anil Proprietors,
Morrissey Mines, B. I.
II. LStephens    J.M. Stephens
We Never
Sleep....
It   is  uill'   llllHilU'88   I,,
survo ilu* jiulilii' nud m-rvc
tlu-111 riulit. Wu work
■ •iii'ly mnl hilt- to tiK-om-
pliajj niBiilts, nml tliu Hi',
WHITE hotel, is ulwnya
litisv.     \\'lli'll V--II  S]«'llll  ll
ilollnr lu-r,- v„'ii rii! n ilol
lur'a worth,   Tho l»'si  is
thr .-lli-.lj-.sst.
TIMBER LANDS
FOR SALE OR LEASE
W
THE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL
Stephens Pros., Owners and Proprietors,
Morrissey Junction, B. C.
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company
offer timber lands comprised in British Co
lumbia Southern and Columbia & Kootenai
Railway land grants for sale and to lease 01
favorable terms.
These lands contair. some of tiie fines
timber in the Kootenay District.
particulars apply in ilie follow! 1
ITEMS FROM MOYIE,
THf. ST. EUGENE,
Lasl Friday was the first pay
day. with a lull pay roll, thai tlie
St. Eugene lias had for two or
three years and was certainly n
a redle'tter day in Moyie, For the
past month between 275 and U00
men have been employed in the
mines and around the workings
and over $25,000 were paid out in
wages by the company. Kvery
tiling is now in full swing. Ilie cnn
contra tor being worked to it's full*
est capacity, and tho prospects for
a busy summer are of the brighesl
HUMAN  CATHOLIC   BAZAAR.
The ladies of the Roman Cotho
lie church gave a bazaar and let
cream social in the .Morley hall ot
the afternoon and evening of thi
10th. The best of music was pro
vided and dancing was indulged in,
tint only in the evening but during
the afternoon, in order 'that those
working on night shift mighl have
an opportunity of tipping tho Hahl
fantastic. The hall was com tor*
ably filled with a merry-making
crowd and the strains of the home
sweet home waltz were not heard
until the early morning hours. The
proceeds were for the purpose nf
enlarging and re-fitting the Human
Catholic chapel and over §100 were
realized ity the ladies,
FIRE BRIGADE BALL.
The Moyie Fire Brigade intend
giving another ball on the evening
of Dominion day, A hose cart,
costing $100, has been ordered by
the boys and the proceeds of the
ball will be used for the purpose of
paying for the cart. An energetic
committee havo the matter in
chtirge and without doubt- the
dance will be ono of tho best ever
given in the tuwn,
SEWS  NOTES.
II. White, of Cranbrook, was a
Moyie visitor on Friday.
(I. (I. Thompson was here on
legal business Saturday.
A. McQueen, of Kamloops. did
business in Moyie on Saturday.
J*. I). Hope was seriously ill on
Friday, but is uow ipiito well again.
Dr. King. M. V. I\. and R, E
Beattie, were in .Movie on Satur-
tiny.
Ij. AV. Patmore was writing insurance in town the latter part of
lust week.
I). .1. .luhnson. the contractor of
Cranbrook, was in town on Friday
antl Saturday.
M. A. licule. of Cranbronk. vna
registered at the Hotel Kootenay
Oil Thursday last,
J, Bales, of Cranbrook, was in
town on a lisliing trip for several
days the past wei k.
W. II. Forrest and W. W. Ctttli
cart, of Cranbrook, were registered
at the Hotel Kootenay on  Friday
Win, Hill and wife, of ('ran
brook, took in the Roman (Jutholii
bazaar and ball un Friday evening
A. Peterson and (\ MclXmold.
of Vinir, arrived in town the latter
part of last week and will remain
iu Moyie,
I)..I. iJewar.nf Nelson, .-11111 .1,
Stirrett. uf Craubrook, were here
in connection with P. Burns' business on Monday,
Bert Disney had his left hand
taken off by the lath saw at the
Moyie Lumber companys mill last
Thursday, He was senl to the
Cranbrook hospital by the after,
noun train and is now doing as
well as could be expected, I
MARYSVILLE NEWS,
	
Mr, Bowuess, tlio live, rustling
dealer in littuid refreshments, of
Cranbrook, also was iu Bight aud
took several large orders in his
line,
The smelter company has added
quite a number of men to their
force during the week, and ar.' ndd -
iug inure daily as circumstances
1 will permit.
It is reported that F. Drew will
open up the Royal hotel here about
the tirst of July, Fred will certainly get his share of the trade, as
he has many friends here.
Tlie future Smelter Cily of Kast
Kootenay is certainly beginning to
present a lively appearance, which
is causing the lnisiness people to
discard that tired feeling and step1
around witli their countenances
wreathed in smiles like a newly
made bride in June.
There were twn pay  days hero
this week, the St, Mary's   Luuilier,
Company and the smelter, both  of
which paid in bank checks, instead
of bank bills as should be done  111
all places whore there is no  bank,
established,    ll is certainly a hard-1
ship on the men.  as   it   is  almost
impossible   to  get  checks cashed I
here withoul a great deal id' troubl
in running around  from  place t<
place,    The sooner the currency is
paid instead of checks, the bolter it
will be for all parties concerned,
Among the late arrivals I notice
two well known mining men. one
being Professor Bon Pugh. of
t'ranltrook. who was in company
with Major Carston, a heavyweight
from Colorado Springs. They have
been rusticating here the past few
days, the guests of Mr. Mellor,
as the weather has been rather tno
warm for them to proceed on their
trip up the St. Mary's, where it is
understood they will report on tin
Great Dane Groupautl several nth
er properties.
Subscriber.
Perry Creek News.
Gust Theis is doing assessment
wurk nu liis Shakespeare claim.
W. 11, Ross is working011 a trail
to Uu' Roaring King group and
later will put on some men.
■I. *i. Miller is doing assessment
wurk un -I. Murphy's claim and
Hank Elliott is doing the same on
his own property.
About the tirst of tho mouth
work will be resumed on the shaft
at Old Town by Messrs Theis and
Jennings, In nil probability a
new location will be taken for sinking the new shaft,
Frank Bryan is preparing to
commence work un the Badger
group and will have a force of men
un next month. He has been
quito ill tlie past twu weeks bm is
able to get around once more and
look after Ins business.
Work is progressing in a commendable way un the Perry
Creek Hydraulic company's property. Mr. Bright, whu is remaining during tho summer tu supervise the work, says that everything
is moving along in the most satisfactory manner, and that Inexpert s tu see sluicing in active
operation before he leaves this fall.
For terms, maps and furl!
local hind agents:
V. Hyde Baker. Craubrook, B, C.     P. Mnllaudaiuo, dr,. Crestou, 1!.'
1. II. Wilson, Wardner, B.C. \\.\ M. Bird, Nelson, B.C.
R. R. Bruce. Wilmer. ll.C.
Or to
J. 5. DENNIS,
British Columbia Land Commissioner,
Canadian Pacilic Railway Company.
Calgary, Albert
Charley Campbell in Trouble.
Lotlibriilge Nowst A house in
the t'Xtrt'itic soiilli i-iul of tin- town
owned by Mr,C,P. Ciniiipell, wlii.-h
for some timi- litis luni suspected
11s being not whnt il should be.
wns visited on Tuestliiy night by
C'liii-f Inspector f.t-wis. CotiBtnblcs
I'nrry nn.l Scott. Corpl. Reid. ol'
lln- N. W. M, |»ili,',.. uml three
constables nl llml hotly. (In Raining entrance Campbell, his wife,
nntl ;i girl giving lu-r tiiitno ns
Agnes Barclay, together with two
men, who gave their names ns
Chns. Brown and .lohn Potter,
wero arrested nnd taken to tho
guard-room, On Wednesday morning thoy woro up before Superintendent Begin, thr threo former
being charged respectively with
selling honor without n [ieeuse,
keoping 11 lioiisi' of ill-fniui- und being nu inmato of sunn-, the men
wore charged with being frequenters of siinu'. Tlu-y woro found
guilty uud Campbell wns fined $50
uml costs or two months in goal;
.Mrs. C'linipbi-ll. $25 und costs or
out- month; tlio girl $2(1 mid costs or
fifteen duys nnd Ilu- men till) i-n.-li
mul costs or fifteen duys.
Campbell wus formerly an undertaker in Cruubrook und wns well
known in this district.
Methodist Changes.
Hev. W. Vi. Dunham, of Kimberley, left, lust week for llis new lii-lil
lit Supportou church, new Westminster. He is sin-eeelleil bv liev.
R.E.S Tnylor.of .Moyie, who belore
It-living liis field at .Moyie. received
handsome present in cash from
liis friends. Hev. L, TliouuiB began
his ministry at Moyie Methodist
church lust Sunilny,
Resolutions of Kespeet.
Mrs, I'. Lund, during the latter
yenrs of her life wns n member of
the Imperial Rebokah lodge Xo.
,"i$ of Spokane mul ut the lirsl
meeting o£ the lodge after tin- receipl of tlie news of her death the
following resolutions were adopted: _
Whereas. The Supreme Ruler of
Uu- universe hus removed from our
midst, Sister Mnry Lund, this
lodge hus lost a member whom il
was ever delighted to know, and
wlm wns worthy of all honor
bestowed upon her. lu nml out
of tin-lodge room she practiced
tlie Irnllis taught at onr alter. Jlny
her praiseworthy characteristics
long lie vividly remembered und
her virlitre be emulated,    He it
Resolved, That tin- entire membership extend their heartfelt sympathies to tho sorrowing husband
nnd relatives in this their hour of
bereavement, und co tend them
to him who doth nil Ihis well. Be
il further
Resolved, Thai the charter of
this lodge be dniped in mourning
Eor thirty days in coinmoration of
our loss: llml ii copy of these reso-
lulions be spread upon the minutes
of this lodge  nnd   Ihut   copies   lie
sent ti, her husband, her mother
and to tho Washington Odd Follow
l',,r publication,
l-'rateriinlly Snbniitted,
(ieorgill   it,   llehno.
Signed   |
( Alice Croxlon.
Two Lots lor Sale.
In lite lilock ill whicli Mr. Mc
limes' residence nnd Ilu- Presbyterian manse lire located. One corner lot nud Ilie oilier adjoining,
Apply to Arnold *t Koherts.
Hii n,milium,,n a**
t BUSINESS   COLUMN I
lit   •"•"  I ,.——   -,,
if *
£ Locals in this column will be T
J charged at the rate of 5 cents J
J per line each issue* J
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***44344i4**-lFtt tttttt ft**
Bouse (or Snle; live roouiflj pantry
nnd cellar j twn feaceil lots; amble uml
chii'ki'ii hotlBO; $575 i( eolil nt ihict;
across creek. Apply to Mia. W. J.
Welrih, or Hernlil ollii.e.
Dressmaking nt home or by the dny.
Mlsa sin|ilt'toii, over Putmore'a hard-
All tlm Intent, ull that'sgooiUuPreat'B
i'llOtOH.
MAKE MONEY
BY BUYING A SURE THING
THE STOCK OF THE
St. Eugene
Mountain
Mines, Ltd.
Its property is located on the St. Eugene Mountain.
It has the St. Eugene lead.
It can be bought at 10 cents per share.
It is backed by mining men, not mining fakirs.
It will increase in value.
To make money in mining buy good stock IoiV
and sell on the rise.
BEALE & ELWELL,
Cranbrook Agents.
LUMBER
Robinson=McKenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kinds Of
Rough and Dressed Luni be
(•>*-♦-♦ +-+A ••••>••
NEW DEPARTURE
We arc now in shape lo furnish all kiml.s of
MOULDING
BASE and CASE
Orders promptly filled mid delivered in town. Por prices apply
King Lumber Mills ^o. Limited
i
A. SHELTON
L. CLAPP
The Wentworth
Shelton & Clapp,
The New Managers.
Drop in and see us any time.   We are on deck 25 hours
out ot the 24

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