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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
VOLUME
OltANBttOOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY,   JUNE   2,   liim
j. M. DERR,    ||H c RHODE
BOOT AND SIIOi; MAKER.
Repairing Promptly Done*
Footwear lo Measure a Specially
I   B. H. SHORT  I
;:   {
« I'aiii,it, Decorator nnd Sinn  .
3 Wrllor. J
Harness Maker,
Cranbrook, B. C.
iifi.il j
I lm*..
niili,«,  ll.irni'ss  i
Sll|i|llii-r- ill BllK'k
..Repairing ol all kinds..
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
CHURCH DIRECTORY
Cranhrook Method!**! Church,
Corner ul Hanson ".iinni* ami Loul, Mint
THOMAS KENNEDY, AOENT
THE QENERAL WERCHAN1
i ji RAILWAY
«  We give perfect satisfaction  ►...        ,,, •-,    .
*     «iih„.,r i      I Worlds  Fair
************************** i
Excursion Rates
Cranbrook to
St. Liniil S Hilllll   Chii.lKi.       S (.5.IHI
I „i nnl,, 87.15 Montreal        W.IM
Halifax I .'I.Ml  New York      101.00
- :: MONTHS LIMIT—
B. C. LIVERY
and FEED STABLE
N.'iv "ins. ntxxl ilrlviiiK
mul Biiiltlln hoi-si-a nf
ri-iitioiiiibU' rati-, i Iur
iiiiinvillliDtogiTOminil
rare to nil ltorsi-8 slu-
lilnl -villi lis.
IN. C. WcKINSTRY, Prop.
Drink Home Beet
It is Pure
It is Healthy
It is the liest
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   ,\ll kiiul?
ni repairing,   (live me a call,
McVittie & Laidlaw,
*•*
Mining Engineers
.nui Surveyors,
CRANBOOK. B. C,
TIKIS. T. McVITTIE, P.I..S,
.1. T, IMUI UV, \l, I.
I). .1. JOHNSON
Uroceries, Canned Fruit, I
KlnlellVi
I' will)
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■    titti
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*.*.*.*.*>.****.*.*>.*'*.*•*)  Carter t-- tnke tier ,,i Li-L roundly.
HANI'      * I   "She la letting Blip tin- best ebuneea :
I FOR tfo? FAMILY ! TZir^iX^Z']
Isn.etc    "   I  ||/C|y*CQQ •   Bre*-k tn uiy certain knowledge each
M m r.i.i.*   in
SNU-
'.„.i4,|. i m
K|.„    Lena i   I'hrl
«,,l,li I'l-iiyel Mi-l
 4,444,     .44.   II,I-.I      I,
f B| MWIHA M'lUtOtH-UHlUV
iu Suits of Read) Made Clothing  X     , „.,„,„, 1!Wi,   ,. ,. „,,.„„,     X petal  strewn  paths;  th.-ii  the  ninn .,,..„„,„„.,,                   , .,   14441
 ". ll.ii.it.-nl                  1. ....... . I fn-'"l - "t, asking I'lu ly. "Carey, .1
Amea-Hulden   Boots   and  Shoes  •'•'•'■'■'■■■•••••• •••'■•• ,vbo keeps y rum marrying rich!" I   [novo                                     1
I; to my certain knowledge, eni'li
it"  Iilinni  litis  tllOU**lltlds ;i  yeur."    Sn
-arter lay In mill t'".' Cassy 111 sin*
nm 11111 tn iln' rose gnrtleit,    For n
iiiiuiii- tlu-y walked -il ly along the
petnl   strewn   i-;ii 1.-:   theu   tli-
Ry -lid,
lit.
All  At*}   tl
Like   mi- p   ■
Till aofl    -
l-fllts    Ull
.   the  pn**T
■ i-i
nil,
ii..* *
nuni
■    ■ .-     wlht
...      ■  :
l'.4.i,n   S .1   T	
Craiilirook Bipllll Church,
MiiMAS KENNEDY, AOENT
jIiib today,** Tils \
aulil despairingly, looking up from 111
open I.- -.   lliriilii'. Uu- 4-1.1.>i Veil
tier, Bullied wanly,   "1 know It," air
, who keep, you irniii marry-   1
tug ri.li':   you've lieen engaged, na I
Ini,,' imt. tlila 1.1-1 aeveli years," Cassy
imli,itiil. loiikliin at Inin aldewlBe,
:,, r    far
1     l.l'l*.
:ii laad.
Tholollo,
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.1  ll.l
1 IJIiunli
II
 I J
mug People.
I*4,J,,,M.', llllll
The I '' i-n-
III iiiiii-
,4,1,4,11,     lllV.114
I'nator, I'  tt'
14,' 7. Ill, I", 18, July 1,2,
uat H, It, III, Si'i-teiiitii'i'Ji, 1
LOW   EXCURSION   FARES
for nil I'jistrni points will nlso )»
(|uoUhI ynitiK vin Port Arthur, nil
■ mil or laki' ruuto. Rcturuing sain**
; nr vin C'liiciiKO ami Nt  Louis,
I'oi'fllll ptirlli'llllirs Upply to local titf nts
ti. Milter, AKent, Cranbrook.
I'AHTKH,
I'.A., Solan
R. J.COYLR
I.V.A. Vonconvei
....1ICKETS....
I'n   ALL   I'lllNTS
HAST and WEST
Crahriink Presbyterian Cliurch.
Iii'il'll'sii.'.'.'.l'.i. ii-l-'i""
lirlallnil Hnilonviir,   In ny
■ pul,li,n4,',',-i,liii'.-' in- I  l" '
all ilir lui-nlliiua,
l-n.liir, «  11. VV. 11 fortune
I'ltijsriJNT LoiiheJNu. '■'•'■',
KNIQHTS of PYTHIAS
Cranbrook. It. C.
Neela llllll iiii'l Illl Tlll'Bllll.,  Ill   -  I    in    ll
.... I-', linll.
,1. A. Aiik.ii.ii. K. II
VMIIlig Rrollu
'I*. It,
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lll'll I
I li. P. TISDALE,
• Cranbrook
Candv Kitchen <
,         leKnooinpl.teatncli <>r
I
! Candies, l:ruils, Nuts,
• Biscuits, Pipes and
; Tobaccos,
(liiu.   "Mtatorti i. novel Blngly. I   lle >""»        ot .ptllo enally.   "Don't
Casjy, tho youngest of lhem, who Und   '"" ' » "'""•■ '"> •"-''-'■ utr he
roollah dimples aud Bon silk curls nil   ;"1*"1*   "'  "'""' A"-" '" I'1™"" '"*•'
.nor a .via,- lillle lieiiil. protested mild- Igrumlii 1.   who   un-  in  lovo  -villi
Iv: "Dotl't any thai. Berry.    I'iii -mi' |Vp| '"    ' lmvo ""' "i:"i""l '"i   :"
llin- us a
Cranbrook Branch of
BROTHI-ltHOOD OF CAjtPLNTERS Nn. 1211
M»ln every Willi}-lilii ' " I-  '"   """ ""
Uiul Honr unViill HillMllig.
Vi.iiiin* llri-tlilvu l-imlinll) lnvlln.1.
K.f. Mi
iiiiii Ketlows '■
,1  li Hi Iin,
\ islttng hrol ro
.1   I*  ■.n-.
I'llBBIIH M
t.ll.ll.F. Key Cily l.oilji*
-Jo. «. Meotaeverj Mnn*
luy iniilil lit Iiii'l. Imli oil
IlllkOI >ltoil.     •-ninlllllll'
,11)1111 lll'll.
VV. ll   M.-F.ii-I	
Lranbrook Lodge, Su. J*
A. F. * ti. «.
Remilnr ni
nuni  in
lalootnoil.
M A
SHOI-S!    SHOES!
Men, Women anil Children's
N,,t nl insl Iiiii nl ll liiu protit,
Cull :
for vi
< nlnn I
.ine   ol   Cook   Stoves
.lust Reijcivcd
Nuw
LEROYSAGE
SHORT LINE
St.  I'niil. Iliiluili.  Minni-iipiili-, Chiianii
Siattli*.   Iiui'inii,   Victoria,   Purilanil.
4S|>     ll  I      11,11 14     1  1414.1*   |-t.INTtl
Ittr-'iiiiti Palace anil Tourist Steeper!
Dining ami Iiiiiiii SttinkliiK l.itirnr* Cars
2  OVERI V\ll   1'RMN'S IUII.1   2
nnlinii li l-s, i-
VKIIKKr
It   «   I-   i
VV
ml (ull infill inntiiii
morailili™
II, in: vM-r
i i- ,i i- -
VV. litveinlile .Vie
-l',4l,4in,'. Waoli
UKlMIKllllk   BRANCH   til
11«K   A. I.. U.  Ml.107
*
Vlsiiln, Brethren cordially Invlled lo allcnd
W.R.BEATTY
Tun
STRATHCONA
Formerly Motel Phalr
NELSON, ii. C.
H. TOHPKIN5, Mannger.
Cousin (Vngolo incanB to !»■ very kliul,"
"She'll tMij,', tiiij:. nan over onr risking tlmt money- Via sure tlieco wus
not enough tu bo wortli keeping," Trix
Bald, dropping Um (tend between hor
I   lm mis.   Bemlce laughed—she had the
♦   spirit ot them nil.   "ttlght yuu nre,
1 j Trix," Bhe suld.   "Stilt, there's no do*
j   uylng 1 don't kpc just haw wo nro tn
1   live without the hundred uihl dollars'
j i Interest lt brought."
ill I     "Why, Bomebody, nllbodles, must yo
j   tu work," Trix answered, Btghlng,
■ a*a<*)\    "I'm  already  lu  business,   raising
, chickens," Bernice Baid, smiling whim*
Btcally.  "Hereafter I slmll Bell broilers
—   I tuul fresh eggs instead ot letting thein
be eaten nt homo,  Vou needn't laugh   I
tan tiiiike siiiiu'tlihitfuiit ul" my chicks -
und Trix hns ut least u chance lo be
organist ut St. Michael's,   (.'ussy must
keep house and  help me with tlio
brooders,   Ob, uu ulmli mnunge famously    wltliuiit    troubling   Cousin
Ang«."
"I hate to trouble her, but thero
Isn't nny other wny," ('ussy snid, with
her must infantile amlle, The other
twu stared, "You don't mean yuu nre
going to live with her—be n companion
and dependent?" Bernloe cried, red
Hputs flashing uut In both checks, dishy putted the red Hputs softly lis sbe
answered] "Oh, no; I'm just going
home with her for a visit. She likes
to buve me nt Vendnle, because Cui'ter
Lee snid otiee we twu made such tin
nrtistic contrast"
"Why dues she not marry htm ami
have dune with It, I wonder?" Trix
suid reflectively. Berntce had turned
away her head, the red dying out
quicker than it hud come tu her cheeks,
Cassy sut very straight "Tlmt is one
uf the things 1 um going to llml out,"
yet   to plense luysull "
"1 hoc. Vour delay is the reward you
allow yourself for diligence," Cassy
Bald, dropping her eyes.
"Slop," Carter Bald roughly,    "You
know  t lovo  Berate
nothing to  Bay   to
thinks  I  njrrecd  to  sell  m;
-Wli- in- :
V-- .. 4
V'.ull   .
I... I
I   wild     lalslM
D . -u
■    -
>i-k*U
Ms-  ||. '
ter -H Judge
Sul'iii.''-'       "*
tawn  l . I   •■
whu  will   hnve     ■•  spot iul j
ie  I nuse  she    as I am aw
rightly ei
"If l i>
will ymi
Bvniitly, :
fled. Ag
mouth 'I
whisper;
Leo is
A ngo
luiitfli despises mo."
■il you ti secret two Becrets—
over toll?" (assy asked Irrel*
milling roguishly. Carter nod*
nln she laughed nml put her
i*.,. in his ear, srylng: "I can't
tl,,- Becrel is too big. Major
dead   In   lovo   with   Cousin
lt
i.nni: PnsRy, don't Juke!
iM !..■ loo cruel!" Carter gasped,
i-sy ran on as though slu* had not
beard: "lie's courting her, too courting a heap better than ever you uld.
And she likes it. The old) reason she
doesn't buj 'Yes' offhand is she thinks
U,.. 1u»r uf her would kill you"
"ub. how cnn 1 undeceive her?" Car
daugh*
■ i at  Ot*
.-    Ul.l-lo
So mr
: ed no
: r poems
< .it .ilium
t j
I form and Indubitable m. Tlm
above linos . A in "A
Treasury ol ' ■ \'t i so," compiled l'.'- : MtSS
Merrill i- now . I'ii ton.—
I'lmins,  in    I
-tr and    collociton    of i
liu\t>  appeared
periodii -i -
mam by Un
OFFK
,..,,!,, |   ll, -.    ,    -    i I.i l.n rftl
Staff
This Imi"] in mn' of tlu> 1n>st in
British Columbin uiul np-to-dutt
in  owrs   .v,iH-,-t.     W.-ll  lightiilj
tlT I
I'll.
looked ni liim with lofty compassion. "Don't you think her eyeB
wotthl i pened if you married somebody else?" Bho nskod,
"You you sniii there were two Becrets, Vmi don't, you can't menu Berry dues imi quite hale me?" Carter de-
""  trembling us be spoke.
issy looked »iv,*.   "You have heard
vmi cnn bear for one time," tlie
Bald.
rs. Major
to tell ovor In
nl up will
i:ast Kootenay
Bottling Co.
Aerated  Waters
Of .-ill kinds
>ui> L       ,*, ri,
 byrups,   l.h.iiiip.igi-ics, Ciders
CARPENTER GUwer Ato, Be.
s
AND
BUILDER
Soda water in siphons,   The most
economical way o handle it-
JOBBING   All INIILI)   10
■A   • •» -    O
nil I,I   VMI SHOP
01.11 HERALD BUILDING
SIMPl-F-
Dezall Brothers
Blacksmiths
Horse Shoeing
; Carriage Repairing and
! Qeneral Jobbing....
fliilalile Orders l-rumplly
Atl.-iileil to.
9********®
Have Vnu Any Palatini lo be Done?
Da Any nl Vour Rooitia Need P.perln,?  J
IP SO SEE
\V. N. CLARKE.
Kstiimili's ijivi'ii "tt largo nm- 1
Wn ilon't tt'iint tlw J
I .  inin..     Wi- wnnt  I" plense
Purchase Price $3.00 a month   !  y„,i .villi tlio work mill roooivo
Allowance made for old machine   j  |-(!uboiim1i1u pny.
ARNOLD & ROBERTS ||
CRANBROOK **"
UNDERTAKING
and
EMBALMING
CRANBR00K|
TELEPHONE    09
UNDERTAKING
EMBALMING
A I-arg-t* Stock in Cask**is and
Robes,   ii*   -**
Phone night and day 77
MACCONNELL FURNITURE
COY.
(.RANUROOK, B. C.
Cranbrook
Livery 3
GEARY & DOYLE
Proprietors ******
JAMES GREER
The Cent rnctnr
\\ lm ik-t-4 Contracts
If ..ni wntil in Imiiil l.'i un- know.
I «ill In. pli-imi-il in I'ni'iiisli ymi
i't.tilll;llis   lllltl   IIIIIJ'   lii-lp   J'Oll lllll
witli sunn' iili-ns us tn iiliins.
Prest Photo Co.
studios:
Cranbrook, Fernie, Moyie
...British Columbia...
Chinese Lubor limpioyimnl Agency
Oriental Bazaar
Full lim-u( Cliiiiran nml -Tnimnt-s
I-':iii,-v (Innili,. Stori- mi Dtirli*
iivt'iii'ii-, opposite nlil Ili-rnlil..tli,*.
JIM MAHWAH
DR. F. E.KING,
DENTIST
111:
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l-il'll I
lil.l'll,
Alt
-I-, Iiurn Vernier, lovt-a
.mi:., tin.l coniinoiily
It ii tviilly t-ai touch-
t- | r. ilnli- fat'tiT liuil so
I nslile [or Ilia uncle lie mur-
mi-ill bee-tune nt the (auiily
Mr.    K.li
sum,'ti.i;'
mltillli.     14..44
tur  hia
"  ■   .illWInl
.  , ...      1114,'4411-
.11111411111
I      4^ Hi
Tlieir La.t 04ini*-*4*l.
Tli,*i*i* could be uu excuse for famllj \
quarrels If ii were not that Ihey m-.* |
lil-i-liiilt-s uml exi'usi-a for haul*)- recon-
clllnllolis,     N,,   li..ii,-t   i '"   —-
Unit in- nn.l lii- hotter
hi
il, snys u writer In the
... ,. Vurk ['ivss, i Lave In mind une I iwo .
brilliant follow wlio tells this on bim- | machl
st'li" nml lits wife lu deepest confidence: of tin
"Wo lnul onr little nfter dinner spat, [ '•[ l!
ns usnul. Sbe vowed <l\o wns going i r' "l-v
borne to ber motber, wbo lived only thefr
two blocks nwny,   I swore 1 was going i .,'
iui-..o of a v i I ui rt .'I each
Uaj ;. |-i oci ■ ■ , I ,iu,is ot
tlie ci mi nt I lock i 1 tho following .i.i;-. are for iho
u*,-.* ol iho cu i and thq
solii i'- rs nml i' ■ - ■ n each
»lde, fu ni - iho re-
qulred link* a sunt
of 10 or 12 ex| other pro-
(. ssioiui] Opi rut*i iu casa
o( tn i lil, ■ • - i i su large a
s-tuti tlio most I ii" - and exact*
ini; labor will I rn ired to cixiry
out the coi in
Mr. 11 ... -f ■■ ■ ...i'.s In
rom i if ' : ; - and
takes im -■ ■ ■ rii mid report
hlmijvlf. I-. - time from
!U o', :-.. k tu 4 i I'xu nd his
not s he i,- - ; Ulni nsllumt'iit.
'1 his Is .'A. tl ctvl nee, which
works on ■; ihe sumo
pi iiictple as i Ur. But-
eher u.-i- : . tlio Instrument, ai * n takes
nhout the E -- lhe pro-
tcwlingi took thai is until
nbout 11 o'cl * i. '3 - ■* Det-
lini ailm bu -■ t, Mr. Butcher
■■ —.' i is Rpeal liiis , is t onnected to
-i'tibths | successive   roll   -, l-.h   r produce
ill  night.
happy ui
Tin
to the club and
live children of i
asleep, Tbe servnuts hatl- gone ta n
bull. She got out of the front door a
littlo abend of tne nud started east. 1
went west. At tin- corner ! looked
back out of the slant of my eye and
saw ber standing still in the middle of
the next block. After a little hesitation she walked hark. 1 said. 'Quite
« moon tonight.' 'Why don't yon open
the doorV slu* ripped out 'Because my
keys are upstairs,' I replied, 'Why. so
aro inlu*' 1* she crlei
"limb n tree uud o|
T: Is
'.*,.,:-■ : aph
V   , *. ■ ■    ■ writing
ties, wl the first copies
A f ■.'.'  minutes ar-
—           ... .   .- Hnother
begins  ii ak . les     of
sheets, i ;■■ the 1G
s are - ■   midnight.
■    i hat   ' ■ ■ *     ■ or    three
s'   work the report,
is   doi • ug the type*
written i Mr. But-
cher,    who    follow i horthand
notes tliroughi
The ,."- i:ils 1 ht at i ne lime
,,f att- m] ling 1 the report
to priutii . lit for tho fol-
lowing day, '■ was given up as impi wing to tlie
limited lime. pies are,
however, avn I second dajj
after ea h day's p
"-     I..- I two Bet-
i.   Well, l had to 1 tlnl   li sti
ion the window on \ writing uiadttfles
tho third Hour before \
we haven't quarreled si
■ got In.    And
'. i-i
omen iiour^j
'.< to r; ii ni-
CRANBROOK, UC
"CASSY, WHO KEEPS VOU PHOM MAlllll'lSd
men r
she said; then as a thunderous knock
sounded: "Talk of angels und AugelaBl
There she is, ns sure as fate!''
Miss Angela Venner, otherwise tbe
family, wus heavy in person us in
purse. Notwithstanding licmice, a
slender beauty, wub bo curiously like
her, Angela could not help bating her.
Undoubtedly it wus aggravating to
have fate take the same general outline
nud color scheme, yet from it evolve a
creature so exquisite as to make one
oeein a coarse and dauby caricature.
Still, since Miss Vcoiier bud really u
conscience she greeted Berry more affectionately than the others, even
pumping a few tenrB.
"But don't you worry, Cousin Ango,"
Bernice said bravely. "We ean talf"
care of ourselves."
Tin*   IClllR Of  H'-1lH.
The Cxnr, or king of hells, as tbe
Bussiiins call It. is in the Kremlin at
Moscow, and. In spite of one or two
other claimants for tlie title, It Is undoubtedly the largest bell In the world.
It was cast iu I?:;:: by order "f tlie
Empress Anne. Thore I* no record of
Its ever having been hung. It was
found imbedded in the earth whero It
bad fallen ami was exenvnted mid set
lu position by order of the Emperor
N'lcholas In 1S30.
its kind   n I
nus Instrument
lt is  10  feet  8tf  inches high nnd I cess,   it ls"f
Weighs 432,000 pounds,   It is said there
were more than 2,000 tons of bronze
melted for lis easting.
The king stands in tbe middle of a
square on a base of granite and looks
like a great bronfcu tent A fragment
broken off from il Ilea neur the tower
if Ivan Veliki,   it is used as a chapel,
In caso
ii with
work in
■     ■  ■ I his
i 1 v  e-k-c-
(II1Q   ot
I*       .   ;■ inder-
i.'-.t tin   kej a require
only   the    m ■: li to depress
them and form ' Magnet
ism does the rest.   The spe '1 of the
machine i- al
A Garden f..r Bird*.
I knew a cerl     t that   was
mado   solely   to :" I ■ **        tl o   birds,
I says   a   writer In  Countr)   I ;;■*, uml
' It. is in every way tilled suc-
iin mm dcrous cats
and small boj nnil Iho birds like
it.   Thirty-four ■ nies have
been counted at I me,   and
on one occasion 20 different species
wero building nests or rearing their
young.
Tii.* ground U deeply carpeted with
Bormttda gro on " ■ matted
tangles birds mnj sei .'■ i. and catch
*>\ the fissure being so great that o man : bllga   r,-um   morning    until     night
Until  1 am ready to tuke care of . "»              through  without  lowering prulta   ei«l   seed                   7    plants
them," Cassy piped; then, smiling up    IJJ   ,  ,    ..  ,„ n benutlfnl piece of j that mature at <( ffl                 a "' the
 -* ,llls         J iu tone Is said to have been year are In great    iwndance, and it
Harvey, McCarlcr & Dunbar,
Barristers, Solicitors, lite.
Hu/cll Hlutk
worl;.
3. H.TMOHPSON,
Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary Public.
At her rich cousin; "I'm going to mn
ry, you know—marry rloh.   After that .
we shall nil be happy," parlli itlnrl.
"Indeed!    Who ls the liiiiuV*'  Miss 1 oft l» » broad nn.l
Ven ner demanded, half aghast,   Cassy - nm encircled will
, smiled more Infuiitiuely than ever.  "1   border of artistic li
Crunbruuk, U. C.   am not right certain yet," she suld. "I  —
I um going home with you to find out," A ,; ' El"
|    "With all my heart, yuu ridiculous     A meinoral
1 Imbyl"   Miss   Vernier   said,   pinching   ",I"'t wus tl
l Cussy's chock,   lu her fortnight's btny   Uesnu
Blie made at leust fifty separate plans,   rising
but went home witb Cassy uuder ber   posses
Tin
iirhtj
top uml  lower
,h iStenia,
Instance of presence of
adventure of a certain
...,.,,..! the tlinoof n popular up*   '^'.-ms
li, fails, when the people took   ny.ir.it.
,f the T illeiies.   The hero   birds n
iles sweep ' at any lima igh the
curve uud [ owner of the   i                      I     the
birds   with   vai ■■ Sunflower s Is .H    ,                  < and,   as
well   as ij iai til    i ol        [i  lottucet
These supplei i are piec
ed on a -'.i' d called rds' ban
quet houid."   ^ -nils nre
scattered logs bugs and
«*-..-i..u I....un,. tn ih. dnmp earth.
!>■ !,-:'t i!i ipping, where
liinlv nr bathe    to   their
lent sngely acted upon the    heart
Cranbrook, B. C.
wing,  assured that  her poor cousins ut' the Incident sngeiy ueieu u*it<i. ...H    n,*,.,,,-,       ....            ings,   threads
were ungratefully bent upon working theory that a poor oxcuse Is better than and cotton j. e h        about nn bush-
out salvation In wuys of their own de* none und sometimes belter than a bet* es and trees, Gu 11 ut  building muter-
yMng, ter one would In-.                                       la's may I ai  I     ace   islblc,   Many
Midsummer always brought Vendele I    He was an tiiqulslllve person, nud re- of iho birds bwoau su tamo and sn
to its best. This especial midsummer It gardless of tho dnnger he hastened to v""> ln t,ia v
■■    '-■■■' »—■» tli« Tullerles til
wise In the wu
when Mrs, <!'
.f the place   that
II ,       turns a   log
mMtM,.mii9ZrcZZoZi ^r:,,|:,t ,i,i,i«;.M-'» wu. ^«;;c^tG,:<,.,, * ««**
chickens.
•I'i
Royal Hotel, Cnbraok
Tram, .ml itrlvem ftirtltslletl for nn.
imiul lu the ilintil.'t.
A. DOVl.n, ManaKer
DRS. KINO & (iRIilJN.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Ollice »i RnUeace, Armitrong *.e.
OFFICE HOURS:
Forettoottt,  ■   •  ■   •  WO In II
Allcrnni.nl   -   -   •   ■   1:311 to J:J0
Fvcnlnta   •   •   •   ■    UOtoliM
CHA   llllClliK.    :   :   :    '■       i    E. C
was fairly enciianuug. uum-j ... 4...	
there two mouths,  Carter Lee nnd tits ivns ■.-niiii,' '.".    At the goto lie wn,
tinchelor iinole, the innjur, lnul kept tit(i|i|ii'il by two revottitloulstn of oml-
tliliins BOclnl humming,   The two 1ml* iuhi*. niitii-nrnnee.    "Wliy ilo you not j                     Bnl
uiici-d beautifully—Carter lnul money wenr n  coi-knilo, cltlzeti?    Where Is |   —.               '   .
eml willful niii'iiijtli, tin- ninlur gnllnnt your eoeknik-?" limy nuked.                  I „ j 'l0 (.,;"''1'|i".,|l,
exnei-lence.   Between thom It wns no A mob gntltered ntiottt blin nrd de-   ^jj"^,     . ,   l"1"'
work ut ull to iniilit- Chksj- lln.- belle of mnnde.1   he
\ the couutryslde.   Miss Angela bud let your cockml
them into Cnssy's pious inii-posc nnd so     Dcsnugli-ri. iu*.» ._	
; -set iin-iii to fetching In tbe cllglblcs In ei-niiinl mnl nroitnd, looked ut It on ull   much    lunger
l*d" Hlili'n ninl ttn-ii anid In u tone of uilld    fouylit fur 111
...... .inked.
red iilmiit liim nnl de-    Mlt.M   .
ly,   '-Citizen,  where  I.   ,i„,s„
III   tllO   WU
ml; off bis lint, turned It    must In
,ri-li IT,
turning Poat Btatos
ni i-er    f4.unlit   fur
To  tl.- shades    of
dl0„, „t„, f,4,„4l„ andfell
0i   1812 this  Information
.....ii*  .urprl Ing,    H in
kineu    llrit mis
For a youiiii person thnn specula-   *urii,,0..
tlvi'ly bent t-tissy wnn 110 end ilithi-nlt -      "Citizens, lt In strange, very straugel
.0 iiitlliult, Indeed, Minn Angela begged   I must linve left lt tta my nightcap,'1 .
  Tho British" wars ol tlm past two centuries
have all been tuilghl in lorolgn
lar.lB.—Montreal Herald. _      a
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It gives all the news all the time
RTT    (T'YI'I   l.'ll'S     \(i()    «">tiil I many bon.s nt thoi-e ant- NORWAY HOUSE RELICS.
--.*. -      4..,     4     4       4444. ..'       4 I,,,,!.      4( |4, |    -, I' I','    .', 14   I.s    4-1 1'' I       U I ' ' I   ' 11'' ___
H. J. SMITH'S   INDIAN   DIS-.OVERIES
IN  BRITISH COLUMBIA.
S.,1111,   ll-'-llll.   "t      \4. I,.,,,l„^l.'.l    .   4|4l.„l4-
II,,,,.     .       „,,!     HI     I '*— •   I-   N'*"''
l'4l.ili.    I   ,| ,ll„„      III,II.I,. I1I-I..K*   *ll»
11 l,lle 4| .„ Vi.ll.4l I'l" I'l-.lll, SIlOIK
- II,.4I III. I ,„..■ I. 11. 1,1 III lli.il ll.l
*>l„ II    II.   ,|„.
Tli • lo I-      ■ 'plornllun uu
lidni    tlie   generul
BCtoilll 14.           ill    'I'   Nm in
I'ncilic :  ■     I." li   1 1'l-'l
Ml,  lu    •■ .              Iteiuls   i"  I '"-''''
Jli    1   ..   I . I i-i.   Ull
.Mr.  Smilh 11            lie tin    doterinlli-
,.,,  |„   || , ...    4   lillies l.n'
bi*. I no   uf wi 1      1 il  I..I   Lower
llritisli 1 j ;  m   '.      iiiiiiii' i'iiiiii
try,      As   .1 re-nit ul tils ii lesllun
linns.   ... 10    mi "■'!"   lll.l
]!,■;     Ill,'    I 44    I ' .'           I   '    IlllS    '"I
I.-   I,',I 44 I ,, 414    I.'      .''      I44,4l''l  '.ll
I, 4,4,,1.. I4 4..444 ill culture I'i Imli.,..-.
Inliitlil liis   the  44.    .,,  iierliups  ll.e or
li.V    Illllllil,*]     Inin       1144,      44-4 1441114,1      Is*
i,,ie He ,*t,Innl ui any while mini '<>
tin? I'.i, 1 1  sliure
Th -  innteriiil,   . I issllieil  4,1  us    I,,
bring imi   com trnetlvi-ly  fni'Ls nl	
■il.-   I,     II i*   I |,I0S   -if   -Imli   I'   is
lllll    HI]!.-'     I*.  li''.     1,444-4     44 si     ll.'Oll     iiliieeil
ill   11  sr !■      "i   im i'     1,1,4;   llii*    Iii
rilnn --'I " 'iui' iii Hn* nortli irniiml
Hoor -iui". ui ill" Vineili'iin Museum  uf    *.44tii,iv     History  Willi   iu
1 ■ ri* In '.;  "ui," 1   in   i'iiiiii-  mill  e\
lln
Hi
Il.i
'Sii.I
luihlishcd 4 , 4i,i
U.M*    ,.i    t',,'  l.nilel-  I i.i'M   Ither.
lli'lti.-h  1 oliiniliiii."    1I1"    1 '
Will   1.    Illill 4. UM,li,.11   14l    il tw-l
.4,     111"    I'l I   '      I'     I      1.1 "I        'llll-l-l.--.il
|4,.t     ill     I      Hi"        "Ml.'       il""   l-m     HI""
II,is     1 Olil 111- III      |iei|iel ■ -. 1 • '■ I     Hi"i.1
helies   l,i    lli.il    llbll-ll   I'i".    -li- I 'I
es      11,.I'll li- s    rnllip     I'M    Iirnl.cn
utensil ,  nml  tlie lil..-, nml  li.v   their
In i'inl cunl  .
So in iln' iviirk uf Sir, Smilli, noil
IN,,',Ij, I" " Illl      "' '       '"        'M
lend   ."I "i Hi- 1 11"
11-
in
Wn- bin
In--is.
li,,--' Wnshlimlnn ninl lii'MM.ii villi
Hi .s.. Hi. 1, Ir. ii- In ll.,- 1'iiu.i'IIiiii
ronn try,    nml    will    Iiml  ,.,,1.  iiirthor
'Two , re i nl   til  nl   lliis
Jiuii t-0 .■ ll        ii'n   lli.il  Hie
Ili4l in,.,     :■ ..... :   ' v   iu nn      uf     III,'
sin- I     li nl- ,     ll   I'll     f  .Mill's  iil-ii.
114.41 •  I       .   llllll   'I her,   hull ,,„,.
.nn   i" I     ir     ih,   be,i|is,   Hi,*   olii-
tiine  prcs.-n.-o  • f  - ii'llur   lillies.    ol'
mlsti i  i'i i  iniiin-  s.
Ill   ll„     nr I      r s ,ei*l    iVuturo     Iiii
ii,41-4,   stilllips   itt 'llllll    lhe    In      Sufi l.lnl * Iiui'teil li, sir ,.Ml,44 t'r.iil.
,4,   u.   I.,,)   ,.,.4      -..I   "i.||„i    ill     VUli-, ||u |u Wun-IVftl, r*r..ei*»ll,»n.
,,. s  iu,*s  4s  -i i,   i.i   eiidenl   "■
I er   sljiuis   un   I,,n.>iiu   holies nml  nil
er      n, nl., ill      .u.ii'l Ili'ii*   ns-   '
>i |  nn I  s ins  is  Mill mill   I.-    li
Stuck Quotations.
Furnish.-*! I.}   1'". '    A   Elwt.ll
liriilui's. i 'niul.ru.ili It, ''
Nl 4 Illl   SI.4I   '■
Sullivun	
SI   Uni:    	
!>:>!'    Hull
Sl   Euii Ml    Mm.- in
II , -I, i ■  "il ninl i,,,i i .,ii,;i.,iii IJi
fuiuiilliin 'lul.l tltlil. I'-'
liilerniitionnl I' II,.!.- "'I
Dumb  Coiisn'iil n I"
Hide.    IV,-I.'It I.i Oil ru. t     st
Ranch lor Sale
Mr. i.'. 13, Terry, C. IJ., has arrived ut Quebec City fruui Norway
House un ilie Nelson Kiver, tlie mil
hi ,,( Lake Winnipeg, whero bo   bus
i uit I iiiimi: ..I* imi-i:..vi:mi:\|-s     LiKhty.lioii»,tl. r «ut rlsht, ehnius
-   N.iTlt'U |,In,,-ul brglDnlng.
llll.ll-ll     lllMllll.il.il,, I       nn tint A|i|il L'l-T.  Hml.
Sltllilteill the Fort S     Miliiliu   llivlsioll .1   Nrllci 11,1,1, l.iH,„l,,r
,,i Bust I. i |i|.-.i," F..1. Dickinson, Agent.
tt'li.i, lie, Si. Mnr.i*-*,   uitjniiiin-i I   ,„„im„,„.||,„ „i  „ |„,„   pi,,,,,,,!  „„ suB.-   "'"""' Vi' " '"' " '"-'"i- " I---
( 4114 I iiiiiii ilint, I.i - null ., illi,    i.i'miii.ii " I-- ertvk. nei*eii  miles  Irniii  tli,* liili'iiiuti,,lllll   '"'
HI    iii;: oue uf tlie IU   .,!,i i,I,:,— I  | lt.,iiti,lnrv li..... It.itrk.-.i V. Ilnllius. Hniillnieel
|    Tuke liollis. Illill 1. Siiliuiel   I.,,iill.  ni;,nl , nnter.   limine norlh tlgbty i*liniiis, limine
Coal nnd Petroleum Notice.
.\..lii*ec.|lePcl.J*-iv.*,, Il.ill.iie. ||„.  ,i„.|,.|..
slguwl. thirty duys titter ilnte itilpuil t., ;,(,.
ply loth, t'lilel I' miss nil Liimls ami
been in chnrge during tin* Insl    whi
le.i   ivurkiil   villi.
T '•■'-   of  Iheir diet   i-  told l.y ,,.,.  „,  ,,,„ ,„,„.V,.VM„,    „ttrty c„g„gcd
i   n-lii., .,'-   will I.'  I mu- in (.M ..lh„.v nl„, locitlou work tor
ed   i'.-   -I"-"* 'i"-i ..now Ileum,    ol ,.„. trnim-C'iii.atlu railway.    Norway
hull,    bum*   uml   -I   n*.    Hi"  loriner Uo„HU is  , ,,,  ,|„. „,„,,   Imporlnul
l.i.rbed    m    liiuli)   1'*'. -     II- ,,, ,| ir-irildlng posls at the    Hml
lin'iuun  i.,*iuls      lie hurpunns  nei-n Kcl|1H  |,.IV ,.„^  lht,  ■ „,* K    coming
■ 'inlil-''"!-   ""  ,  Uu rings cul i„  ,,, ii    fr II    directions    fm*   n
net   ilm   i..un   si.,».,I   ilint   lln-  nsi- ,ii.su,mi, ui u.*,ii iu ,*:inl miles in iheir
,,i   nmi- itm liuipo-n   wus   m.i cuiioos III sumlnor nnd dog slnlghs In
in ti.uii  in  llsliinu     mr snln ' Mini,.]-.    I,, this trndo Insl    your llio
s -.,   i.     ml-,   iilule nili,-is,  ehitior- prolltH of this post o-N ded $-10,000.
aid-   4.,44..I.  Iiiiliriiteil  ilmi   Hn* nm       (lim ol Iho most  prlteil possessions
rlonl   lniii„r ns  nell  ns i i 4.4,,, ,,,   >,,., m ,, v   House is n sun iiiul riiu-
 k  piiile in Hn' I'" -  nl  I"'* -"'•■ slini'li'il  tlu.ro  li-   Hn-  ruinous Arctic
I nns. e.\|,lur,,i'.    sir John   l-'mnklin, with
M.4s|      44f     lhe     i in . -■-•'•■.      linll*   ul bis   illillllls,   .sii|i|iuseil      In   tunc  I ll
theso nriil9.li i i'l"in'"ii  li"i'."'-  iiii- curved by lilinsolf, cul Into tho   loud
,l,4,io nnl. weil-n-s "I -    'i'i- covering,    li is plnccd upon n pillar
ler,   or   Willi   ,'.i-l.s   ,u   slum.   -"I   in „i siuiii-e fniir unit n bnlf (.-i'l Iiinil iu
nutler b.inillis      In  Uie rollrclinn nl. tbu gulden nl tho ohiol fnotor,    'lli,'
l|,n   \, iinii   Mu' Imli* is  ii copper disc,    which is covoi'ed    witli
the bitter, purth-ulurly peificl,  li   is n„   Inml |ilulo nlrendy described, is n
n    chisel    nf   11,'i'lnii",    nliuul   Ibreo fool   In tlinuli'tcl', nnd thoro ls nlso u
Inches  bins    nml  -   n  h lb- ui 1 -1 • >. ■ .- r  Index,    'tin-    longitude
nnili-r, uf iiiiuiii  Hie snnie l--.su.I., iho nnd  Inlltiiile uf Norway Houso    aro
tup nf which  is  fruyeil  nnil  wurn  li.v murkeil  upon  lln- pinto.    'Jim    woud
iiiiiii'  l.luiis uf  lli,'  Iinni r.    A'lu'li unit iniilnl work nre na good us new,
,.,.   i  .Mi im;     speelln  n     S   n   ilii-il uml   though   .'"lie  nml elll'io.sily  hllllt-
i.i,     I,,   Hm   ,im,...    ,,i   nuiking, m ot nil   kinds luivo made repented
i-iiilely   grooved   by    sinilflliii  efforts to get   It thoy have    ultfays
snnie other gilJtv  subsluiiie. I " rotilsod.
l.nl,4,r   Impiem, iiis    iif in- ninn" I  iiiii   most pnthotlo   land-
ini'    lllosll'ntisl     l,i     liliiny  nl I-  * murks nf Ibo   plaeo is u    mm I
I'lirltciilurly   invl-    nml    i Ilm    "f creeled to ilu- in- *y ol n   former
I , hnllll,   „,'    „i,.i-ii.  if in ;, s.iiIm chief fiii-l-ir nf Norway Hi.use,    nln.
l-.it-lillv     luiml   snln  ,,f ni, sei'inl nui, Wns luviilenl nll.v ilrnwneil  in u rapid
wnilhi  ilu  iur numb  ilnriibig,  or    !,„■ tlluro lliuu u decode ngn liy Ibe    lip-
"  oven   lo*dii.v \s    n selling of   bis e       His   fnilhful
,,     r.ii-1      iiline i I.'      I'"'1"" ■ »'"> '■• "o«h I'*
...,is reeov.-ii.il Inn,* I,, I," Irenled water lo the
nn ".  II   I ni ns  I    M   r   n,,   ll Ull.mii-.,   ,.„,,  jlgiuj   .-i.nii.n.   Hi,in.. Hlllllll   eighty
nn,.1 ,,i ki, A T. Shi-rmiiiii. I   M I', N", H , chains, .1 co west eighty chain, lo ulace ill
Oll.-a.'l, .,„ l-'s Willinui llutJit.nl, I'M    begtnolii
. N., II ',:- Tl'll ii-inii -.1 '- llinu.I
.Ini- tunn il- Ini.- limi',,.. in ni-i'l.i i" ili>'
Miiniiu ll,".,i,l'» lm ii |...|-iifi,iili',,' iinlil'-v'*
,i - im Ihe iilinni 1 olilninlniru iVniin
linliil April 2,*lr,l. IIIIH.
V. RslIlM, Locate
T. Caven Agtul
lul i mil nll.l |„.|l,,|,.||, ||l lull,,ivim; ,1„».
irilssl lumli 1.1 Su.iili  l:„-i Koi ay, Brit-
i-l. I ullill,lM4
1     "-. n.i.is nl u',|i,,»l iiliinli il nl |
"' 'I'' Hi ui Flathead river mnl right.
 - ->•'-'   "f Morrl..ey, il rill
sii clialus, il„.i„',. „,,, so chuiu-,,  thenc.
.-■mli eighty chain.,   .,,.-,,. „.i   eight.
rlinins In |,l„,,. „| hcgloolug,- .-iinliliiiliiii il lit
Tl iisl.nisl, 1 4,1,
l''""'l. .1.4    l--.lt.   Ill    I
1 '">-''" "   |iu-l   Iiluili,,!  iilinni
Wiiiili-riii.rr. II. l'.; ti'ii tu-ri-s;
li'iu'i',1 ninl I'lilliinli'il: irriulitii-n.
inrt;.' ::n I'.iiinu'il   lii.tist-, Inlil  ninl
nlimti-nil ililiiiiluliiiK lnii'l.i inw
,,l   l.,,l„.  Wituli-r ..-.     HontiiiK-
s||,4,liliu     i.11,1       llsllillll.        I'lll.      I-
lllilus Inuu Ilm   liiu   ''"    ' ".'
4,M   i||i| ii    KhiiIi inn.   wlii-ri* il.-i-r.
IIUll.SIM'Ik. I'll'..,*ll'.'  |l|l'lltil'lll.      S-'il
11,1,1 ,-liiiinti- w.-ll ;nl,i|ili.il hn Innl
■in.willj,'. I'm 'uinm llllll lllrtln*r
|*iiili. nI.ii— ll|l|il)   t-'
Arniiltl ,<; Roberts,
llnil Kslnli- .\.,'.'iiis.t'i-iiiiIii-n..I,
'-•inn ini: al   n   post   |.liml.-it  ml Suge
Ami furl her lillii' I,-.. ilint nrliiili, miller   ciw*ol.v.u   inili-s  font   Ilm   liiteriuiliiiiiil
-im, .'li inii-i l nn I Mure ilm   Boundary Hue, inart-s.1 ,i. Ilyun. totithtutl
-in i-,„l, i,.(iiinnmni Iiiiiiii,i, i-    corner, the iih ,iglil.v ohldut, il e
I i i ii- HI. .l.n ... Mm   l li I'inl I nesl  right; rhalns,  tl.eii.v s.i.i.I,   eight v I ""''' ''"', PlaHn-wl river und righl.
Tm 8niiiuell.nv.itl.       |challial >t eighty eliuiiis lit  ■,■,'.!,"'' ""' "' """i-"-.-   Hi™ mnl, so
I beginning. ''!"',"": ""•-'"-'  »» i-huhw, llieun. s„i,ih
 d April Hist, 11.01. ru.-l.nlns, t| re,, ic|„ ,., , ,„ .,|„™
Notice. ' ,i ii,,,,,, i ,,i,,
I,.ii il». |.i4i*ii>.|ii.'slii|> lu-h-ln T. I'n
., 44  ,44- - nmler I hn lll'lll Illl        , » "linn Hill. I.ii.i.lur
l.,,i Il„,i * UVI.I ■ ,,„k "" '""in m ii fust |iIiiiiii-iI .... Si.,*..';   ..    ,
''i-rk    nu lies Ir ll.   I,        '     ""' n "'    .1  |i	
1 ulini I , lliui'hnl  lis re In i,'ii   ,     '* »"' Jul., i.l in.., , gl,,
nsl  niruer,   Iheum   u,nili  "mln,   , l„.i,».'""". '""-'" ''" '   '•'  >    "
Uv 1.4441    I"',1' K In*.ciiiiiiilnlngiiin,
in, vK,'„.       I    " <> ""■"■- I-". I'i"!
■t,i|.e
Ui'li   iln
sulsliiiii'i' bn,
ml      In    I	
slightest I.e.
I,nn' tbem.
Iiml:;   n   hiilie
.1   endeavored
I,. Bivtin with bim in llin ahoro, Inn
onio'sn dislnlegrul-    '"sl llis °"'" '''-' '" Iho nttoiupt. Tlie
.  ,„   ,,..,,M  Hml   ilm    monumnllt is nm   only In Mr.  [leliill-
liulil lie. sinlleieiil  in    gor, llio Inle clilet factor, liiil    I	
■  '-I""  I tcpli
also tin- Inscription, "To Ibo   fuilli
fui servant, whu ilieil fnr    his    inns
iliil.
tm   .1    mil   il".
ul I
i„vp|v    | ,,l        UK*, l'erry bus Willi bim plnlis nml
ll.     i bin  „,.„,i~.,i.'    so    profllos of tho sui*voy_work   done'-
Hml   il   m
l,l,|,„,'I.Cll
iulil   sueh   pi.lisbl
s.,ry before ii   I.
fm-  iiei'soilnl
i,   nniek   lluslli
m     1"
lins     fiirni •     '        '
is m,i .,,1 mi '.imi
slmll li,*,,i -s ' ml
.slumps    of     imiI.
II	
.. bis party during February nml
Afui'i'li. This mny be I.ii.'li.v simi-
lnail/ed ns follows' Kxpioratlnns
cnii-lod nn fm- fully four hundred
tnitcs bun- domonstrnted on excep-
tinnullv eiisy country enst nml   Wesl
nf   Nelsnn   liiver,   ill    ll I     nf     l.nl,"
Winnipeg.     On  Ibe first  tliiny  miles
ns".""*',, „'„',e""l'he"   Inu'nns'uf i'l'r'lllsii      "'   '" "  '""'  tW0 ""ay    C'"'V"S
~    "'.""t    ini'.iiis ui i,ii i ii exist, nroi tho pnrty nro now   niti-
l ,,Luni,ni   lue in- six  iiiii    jours ning a loo-iuile straight lino through
,ia...  but  iil„'ll44'i'  l.n' deeoi-ntlo • |||Vr,,   ,.,„l,ll,.v rnst    ,OWnrils    Inland
l"1 "'I"'SI.,S    s, ,'","    "'' !!'■ Lnko,     Westerly from   crossing   ot
r"l ' ""s-' ring* "'"I Inl'"' s ni bu Nolson nivoc thoro will be n mi-iiiile
plugs „rn nlso iiuinnii Ilm rullerllnlis, tln]gH ,,„„, „,„, , |10 K,,„,i ;B    ,,v-
i,s    ore     fl'llglnellls    nf   curve. ". c.,„„|i,ig|y  ensv.     All   excellent    cross-
curved mnl perforated so ns in null   I *ng „, n„, m0is,„, niver wns secured
''ni'' use ns brnii'leln . ni](1 (...inmslive surveys mado ni    lb,
In    Hie,    llriiisli    l-iilunililn   slmll rlvor ,.||„n„„i.    Crossings tried    nml
heaps  snnie bones  blenlllleil  an thnse Bouni||iiga carefully   tnkon   lii     iiii'l*
of Iiiii.inn lieliiL-s iiiiiI sliclelniis   ilis- , Ulill0 t|m very best bridge stto.
covoreil in wluil  n|i| ' in hnve been ; —. •
cntlip   Iniilnl   grnunils   nenr   by    givo ICEALS OF LIBERTY.
Iiieiiil ilinl'ii.'li I'i.sli'S. On Hi„ bnsiS Rnglllh .nil A m.ri.au rani.ptliin. dun-
nf   those   il   bus   been  llptoi-llllued   Hint   ; tra.Ud by Pror. Mllner.
iii Hi,, Vnncouver region ni lens! prof, w. S. Mllnor of Toronto Unl-
ll'iui' were nm ,'iiif"'li ilisllnel |ie„- verslty recently rend u \,'vy cnivfiilly
pies II Imr together, bm iilielber in prepared paper upon "Tho English
Ilm nliilliiii uf mn; ler nml sluvo nr uml Ainoi'lcaii Conceptions of I.ibel-
nii ii'tius iif ('iiniili.'.' is iiiii known tv," beforo Ibo 'J'nrunlo Canadian
Him  type   was    rlim-ai-trl'l/i-il  by   ,■-.- ! Club.
Ireinuly nnii-nw skulls, i 'c nurroii ]    ll,. considered    thnt the best con-
Hum tbo«e nf nny oilier known |„.,,     ccption uf Hberly wns embodied   ii
pie,    'lb,- imili.i,I uf  iui mis slm-   tb,. Kiinlisii idea rather Hum tho Am.
ilnr in ilml  ni many Indians ni    orlcntl.    Tlio English hnd never fur-
presold Hum, I'm body I" 'nu doubled    gotten the curly German concept'
il    lins
which
Mi
ln ipieslinn
.4 "ins  ul.l.
Ui, stump i.
28 f*4'i  i„    .
Hired i
I.ii   I.,   Hm
11' I'	
i"  hundred
<l     ul
nli hud
wiih chin lu knees nml luiil iipnn    uf individual liberty, which bud I n
lis side. enrried from lhe shores of tho Baltic.
Mv   iiiii'  uf I'l'iminl  rnncluslon   Hi. ' nml mny great revolutionary lnovo-
Rmllli   gnllu-rs   frmn bis  Vunruuver I jnent had represented tho fact.     The
Indies llml  ilm   "i" limi'" „l ilm In   . Norn s hnd brought tlio conception
Inns n, In ii.li-i-.ln  nl yours  nun nns ] ot  lluiiiiiu  Imperialism ngninsl whicli
4.1   in essi-nliuls  uiillkn Hiiil    ,,[   Hm     the   lOnglisli lind  buttled,  nud  lie  belli.linns nuw    lllhnlilllllg Ilm     n-glnn     Moved   Hint  the  danger  nf  lhe   Nor
except   liuii    Hi" Inlliieiii'n nf Hm in-| imui influence upon  IDngllsh eivili/n-
terlni'  till os  ims   '" slrimalj   fell  I linn,   hint   been thwarted, nml   Unit
limn    llin,i    mill'.     Til's   ivillllll   Bl'l'lll   tu   I   tllO   001*1111111   eill|i*e|ll loll,    UH   ill IISl I'lll-
i     ti.'.ir   uut    Hie   III, nil    Ihnl    Ilm  I'uiiiS' ' eil     111    lllll   turning   nut   uf   Clovorn-
.lnl..'ri.iine.l   Hull    nl   b-nst  luni'  miiiii    of   llllni'iillim   wiih   irmii   the   rnlliili)   |    Its When 111   power Willi n Rule main .mil-oil    yeniB    luusi    lime elupBeil   lo   Hn.-    I, mid iiiiiiheiisl,     4111.1 ] luriiv,   ns pointed   nut   by govorn-
11.  ui'  rubbi.li    iin-    wnnld  mil   I.i' ineulislnlenl   wllh    Hm    ineul   d.-f s in   byo-olecllolis,     liu.I
]logiirnn-.lnrbetm.n   tbenr.v   II lie ' won the ilny.
At 'ii'mi Imli,ins iiuiii'lir-1 rruin  I-  .     Aniorlcnn doinni-.rnoy wns a faith III
iniii' shores inin   Miiskn, 1,.ui,.,!    1    iinnii, which tuul nlinost attained tho
.Inml.   nml   Hi„,1  s.l-m,1  ,,ni   ens,   nn,l    conl  of a religion.     It.   embodied nil
""ill I   wesl   1.,  I |,  llin  un-    tin, good nml lind Ideals uf  Ilm llo-
cttled  couniry.    Nmi   \-„rk  Times.       iiiiiii   mul   the  Crock.     It   lnul   innil,'
  ' tin-   1 pie    believe Hint Ilm I'evulu-
.-.luii'. Four Ag... I H4411  nf  17117  hint  given  tlm country
M4111    1.mn nf ii.iinn,1 i. iiiih. t,..,..   Hm itiiist. lofty Ideal of liberty, and
Simmons mul  ui-in-rnllv e*      Hm 1 " '"i'l culndnatod Iii lliii greet irusts
life   11 lilllli    I"'   diluted   il '  flnl'ls     !  ""',    '"    ""'   '""St    iUiPUI'0   S.VSl'lU        lif
"    As In- stnrts bis ..i,,n,4i, li is fun   „i ! I'ui'ly govcrnm  iu iho world.
'I    ,,.,i„s    |,|„.| ,,,.   i,,i..,„i    iu„| ,,„, lie considered thut Iho youngt-r Ca-
nrlc' mul In* liimls  u„  Ilie Ilrsl   ner- ■ "adlolis  lire losing the  I'Jnglisli  enn-
„ill    lie    Rlenllnu     irm-n   mud-1     nut I'epllnll,   nml   drilling  towards      Um
i"'1"'. fi'' in II I'.'   I nleil 1 ' f   ,4.1,1,,,,' ,,„' s 1,7,.   ,4           , 1 , ,', Aniorlcnn, nml tlmt  ....lv Ibo nsser-
rlngs, lis HI      iter nf 11 feel 7 Inrhen    „     J"|,,g „!    V rn  hlTv ,  »'™    "'         i'"1""1     ooncoptlnn
i,,,'l1.!""'"1  '!                                           I in  ilm   smnrl   Ah'-ek f„,,V mnl    ,„" would savo us from falling Into ll.e
,1I|P,'I ' '  '  ' «'"»   leni-ns    lu    11 ■   sl , |„rs,    Aniorlcnn I s.   The present a ..1
','"''"'"'. ' "    ""   '"     Rinoko rlgiii-i-lles. cull Ids fnlliei- nbl    '"   ''"""'I'-'"   l'o »   strongly sup*
''■.""    "'' ""    '     '    •."•It   „,.,„   „,„i u„ ,1 .1,      i,  ..,    I""' ils content Ion.   Illsclpllno had
tribe  ol lul      ii.,'     .      . |„„,|,,n„    his   f„ 1 h'„r     nn,      lust   Ils lul , purl ly by reason      nl
of doing mil           I      1   , - .        ..        .            .    '   , .". " '■    " lha Ideals   nf    American ileluocrncy,
of     es. ill 1 ■ ,,„.     , '" " .„; „i„,N',",„"„ , which hnd crept In, and by reiusi 1
tribes, ll    1,,   Ilm   1 i   eieilen  ,,f    ...„„.„   1.1...    un.l   sl,.   Intel    i ' 1" ! K" """'■v «''"""" fenclllllg iu ll.e pilb-
•'   lit     nml 11   .,1   1 nn  del re ■ „   ,,„.,,   .',,„   ,„  ,,,,„.' "„ ,',       ',,.."   i lie  schools.
'*»'" ' ' " M      -rod    hell.!,   ,,',,,      tUII,  Is	
'"" 1   had been  piled up, ihei 4,,., ,,,,,,,.' .',,' ,,„, ,,    ,        ",,'     ,                      in.,iie,,i nulgln..
end, hei in.,.,.  ..I,..!, I,,! i,,s ., i,,,i   .,,,,   4,   ni               Sir .lumis ilr.,,,1  of Ottawa,   ...ul
nnii  ni   '".   1  llio IIiiiiiI- ,.,,,....   ,,,„ii,,„ „  „,'„,,,,   ',"  1   1,",     Sir Wllllnm   nines',,n   nf   Moiilruil!
'"<    "     n      tbonsnml   yen       I r,     I,   „„  ,,,'   '"„  „*|,,„, ,,„,   ,.   ,, ,'„    '    ,',,"    nm     I "I.v   IWO   fiiniulbni   pliyal-
renin ning fm       1 1.  i„l,l      '    '        '.   '      ' "^' '"' " '"'   I chins whn uwo their klllg s lo
Ils  disiin 44..    nnd 1 '    , _:  Hun' pl-nfesslounl  rank uml services.
skill   :u il   <  " in*,   rn'  snl s -Inure   1,ml Although Sir .1 nines llrniit  long snl
desire fui   tli mi if.it. j Tl.. Jug „,„.,„„. |„   t|i0 Houso ot Commons,  II      wns
Hm  H"   '"ii  "f il"' shell houpn is      Victoria, Tl. r. hns 1 nl   hard ' '"'t  the pollllcliin, but lha physlclun
nnl   fur  Hm     linn.' curio  hiuiler,     li   luck story tlllll   lii.l plenso Ilm Imni'l  : In  Ilm  vlco-regnl  hnlisehold   lnul  Ilm
.-'ii   Ii 11  nn   look  ilm t. Mn ii,   ul every  milnnilisi.    Tlm nu s   ,,1* ' successful    doclnr  Who  wns  il irnt-
dl(   iilei"   un   ii;iiii.im.l   He-  nr   rii slm,•  rum's  11.'nr lln- mil,.,fr,,„i   |„IVfl j i.l.     II   ivns us  n  llleillenl  mnn    unit
er bun'.   ,1 1   ineiileiil.il  I,,  Hm Cnn-    I "   hnvlllg   liuiiii     li 1,1„     ,,(    1,,,,. ; nol   ns   n   iii.'iuli.i' uf   I'iiiiii ill Hint
s'rur i  11   ,,f  n   new   r I   shnwed    11    becniisn Um slules    were coiiliiuuilly   I'r.    I lincsimi    1 innl    liis  knight-
lilt of tcH-liiii   cildenre     I lie results    lirenklng nnd     fulling    frmn     tln-l'r   1 'I.   Tl her "doctors," llko Sir
nttiiiiiil                             14  ihc pns- roofs, nud   limn the buildings    w„ro   Chnrles Tupper or Sir Jolm Sohutlx,
eh-, wnn  their tllh-s ill public life, nut ill
might 144 ini.* i
lile     nf     Iho     In
Urns   mnkln*.   n
nml
'Tli
iiie.liiiil prncllci
upon bis dnmngod l.y lenks.    A
lin-ls   sn Ilm' eneh '*"  ' I"'    '"''    "f    Invcsi
ml,iluni   In     Hi" W.u'kod   fnr llllllll' ihiys
in:  uRjim- j|, one dny lm snw'Hm enuse, nnd    Ilm Nnni.itfor luilnr...India,
- 'i- 1 1,1   port nf "'hole cily i.s wondering. Uimil llneks       Hev. It. A. King. M.A., n grnilunl
tho "cullnra" 1.1' l" 1 1 In. of crows    dig    Hums on  Hm    bench I of Munltolia College, wlm, nfler tnk-
S.i.   1   " „   is I   I im.stlnn    .if nt   low  tide,  mul  when  mm cnilghl   ii' ing liis decree, pursued Ids studios In
n-itnrnl  11.iiii 'inns  uiidi-r  wliieh   ilu* hlvnlvo lm flew high in ill" uii-iiiin    ICdlnliiirgh   uud   Germany, and wlm
Indians   Hied   wl.nl   iniileriuls   I h.-v ". dropped  I' on  in  a slnlo    1 '.[bus   lately boon In the pastorale   in
lnul  I ,  il..  -.ri,       Ilir-Bo  411"    'lini-n "hiell  Slniished  Ilie slmll  mul 11 pi™-,,    llriiisli Columhin, wns designated  in
I."   'I. ■    111
■ .  411.il  "'In
I.,-   liunle'   °r s'"'"<  "'"I   Hi'ii   flew     down     uml
„,„,' j,1,,,..    sucked   up Ilm opened rlnill.
OHlluary'
neRitiT.tr ittiuni.
114.'  il   In  wll.hstnnd  11,4'       Sin, (ut  the plnno)—How    lln    you
11, in' i'I e proved   uu tike my pluyingV J play only by oar,
  . for nol   n  lm 34,11 knuiv.
1  mountain gnnls bus      He (a savage bachelor)—n'ml Why   spotisiblo a posIMon, Is jilgihly oppro-
Ithough Hm slmll heaps don't you consult an aurist?
Knox Cliurch, Winnipeg, iho otlu
evening lo llin principalshlp nf In-
ilnro College, India. 'J'bo ocuasion
wns nf inle rest in nil Presbyterians,
uud Um honor itnne Munltolia College in the He],,el inn of one of ils
graduates fm* sn Important uud   re-
NOTICE.
A iiiei'liinj ni the lloii.il "l l.ieeliei'
I'uiuiiii.-siniiei's l'"i Hm I'rillil.mok lii"
,-ln-e llislriel will I',' held nl   '!"*  I' 'I
II   in  ruiiiini.ul  mi   W'eiliiesiliiy.
Imie IA1I1, ill Ilm Iinni nf ten  n'.'l.ii'N ii!
lm im,- 11. when ilm lulluwlng nppli
-;„i,„,s,,illl-,',',.n-i.iei."l:
Ni ii  l.iei-ni'l-s.
frank (.Tiipp, Vnhk 1 1. Ynhk.
limed   411    I'rie.iiu'iul   I'uliei-    lllf.ee.
Imiii,,, ll.C Mny Sitll, llml.
.1. if. M.*Mnl.m.
I liiel l.ii'i .- Inspector.
II I* lm-1 .1 il  .li nsl.
I'l..  I..,-.!,.-, i 1 In   ll,,'
signed. 111ml llllll mill, 11 lm 11 ill rullrel
 ,141-  im! |iil.l  nil linlnl	
p.lil-l ilu- Till iln. "I  HU.  I'inl
I I      » "'	
; ',   Fn-.l'k   I'  IV.-I.I
Conl .-nnl Petroleum Notice.
1 ......I .'min
< I S.  III,,,.,,,,,
'"""-.Ill-* snulli! Ii'.lill
I'lll I Ull 1   llllll' 1,
list Allrll *-'lsi. IHOI
llllll' I'llll'll. I.U.lllul
Tiuii 1 nvi-ii, Agent,
iniiieni-lng   imui ninl I mi Huge
[ nrrk.   li,,*  1141I44,  t    Hi.,   lul, innil,n.,,1
1.,'1- heniliy given I lull. ,,,-   11 I.l     lluiuulnrv I  iiiu.k.,1.1   llilll.ill nl,,i,,|
I. thirty iliiysntlrr ilule ll I m n       ,„.,. ,,„.,  smuli elglily rlinllm, Um	
" ■I'l.li'fl'oniinls.lo nl I. inI-  I   „„,|  elghi, ,.|„,„,-.    ,. 1,   ,.|„|lt,
nml 11
.11.
I..-1111I  Nuli-c.
Null','1- li." In
-••-. |.'il**> IH-miiiii
|>!>l..I   (I'l      I   lll'll   -1    4   4     l|4tii.    llllll.
Mnrysville l.lllnhi-rI'unipniiv. I.in.iii'il.
Notice.
N Is lirieby glieli Hul  nn ilnys ullr
'nle ilm Unu   Kim',inr  | I,, ,-  I oill|ll!ll,l
I.Illl .i',l. » II tip  iv lu llis II r,   lln,   I.len
I 44. -Itlvei-n nml Sir 4,1.4s A, 1 " tori 1,1  1
lore, lu-i inm-nml  ulher 1 la.tr.lrtli.il. f.	
he Iini uml Uni.ks ,4''Uk s Ier.sk, llrlllsl
*|..,.|.
Hi
..lis X,-| l-i.-s Il.i ...ii'. .in i III   slimalil
 I  ml"!Ml,   nml 1 slill
ins   I I,-  n nl in ik<-su. liuiiii" illl   nn
lli 1 lln Hist .I..1- ul-l.m -. IIIIH.
tt'. !' liiml,
Sol litnr tnr tlirnpi llruli
Timber Notice
Ink"  nolle..  Hm   thirty iluvs nller llul
li-n-i.f I inl  I., npply lo 1 Iileleoiiiuil,
liuii'l nn. s ni,I   11,,,..-. Vi,'i4,i4,    11 I',
ir i» -"i.'l I.'" 11-' 1 1 .nnl  enrry   nam
inil,,. in.111   I'm fnllu.lllig ilereiilieil   l.m,I
I III
li" .i-l  1 ■  Hi"  m.-l   lm I   if l.n   IS7'.'.
Ilrm I'i rn tlm mulli Iimii 1 1  lm   I87H,
In*  m-l  In   Ilm 11.sl   Iiinil   el  Inl    l.-lilK
ll mnil, 1
Huiul lliis J
. [..,
ml Mm. llml.
Timber Notice
Tlitl'  tint    1     lllil'I.V    ,|44IS       II    I   lllll,'
'li'ini .0 ii|'|il.i' in l,i,.|  mlsslonem
.nils nml mul snl Vielurlii (4,4. „ spi'liil I,
'elise lo i'lll und en r.,1 mi iv I iini, r fr. 111 lln
.'lluiiiinr   ilise llml   Inmls   In  Smuli   Kilsi
IS ■ .4.1.1   .. *.
 ' legnl 1 1 nn Ihennllli I I
■ 1 ul '..' IJI. nn- II- I - 11 um 'In- IMIII, |,||.|
■111™ i" 1 suiil lm 12.1. murkeil I'.MrAilliuiV
<  IV. 1 '. Hi " I llllll Illl limine uiul	
I,TO In V.  M. Ill- ,■     li-rh-lli eiue.lk ,|M
I-'"'  'luml* in - I... lull' K.-IIi'h limliei
Ire  Ui.iii','s,4iiili.|li,-lu,i,„ mu, ' In ,
'Inn,, in-, s.*, eluiill. mine ,14 lis-, linn.,
- lilli aneluiln, mm,. ,„. 1 ,, ,„ ,1,,. „„ri|
iiiiinil.ir.i nf lm !_:: ml iinnii. in.si ni.uif
."•I   I liny   in .Inilis  1,1 nu nr les.  In
I,'„4,l,.| nil, ,l„i ,,IM,i    |<ui|
I" P. Me,llllll
Dissolution Notice.
Tnke .Vn'i.-e thut   Hie |inr'm rsllip  herein
11 mi I  lu   Hi-   I.'i-i. insl  n>  (Iin
ml Mi-reln 11 « in in rink, llriiisli 11,Iiiiii
im. I r Um 1 mm, ill M ig, l.m 1,
1,1.1." -  1-Iiii- ,1,1.1  ,|i-ulii,l. Ml*.   II    A
IM,Mm- 4,,-. »,|| |„. , H,,,,,'   I,,    M ......
I  US '.'"I Siililun-   iilniu'i'ii'iiliiiillliui
"I > llul 1 .1 -.lim Ilm llllll.
Ill I this nth .In, ..' Muy, lnul
1 .1   Mnuniiig,
'illl  I-,
11 I \. IJ Si.l	
ink,-
Dissolution
Hull I he pin I lll'l-,
I'l.ill.I
i-liiu I" 111.-m Ilu- .null n-lglinl  iiiuIit He
in luu  ll. ilei i.l llnil less hus I	
.snll.il.   I  llul.  Hull , I III"  I'ill'tlielS    Hill
Criiiiliruiik.
leil M 1, '.'ml mnl  1 1 .1.1.1... I. II.I'.
A   I.  MrD.-m.ul.
11 A. IJ llonncn.
Timber Notice.
Till; lien Hint   I.im ilin-s nfler lillle,   I
'I II .1 '" I he i'lliel riuiinilsslulier ni
lumls nml nulls Inr ,1 -|..i,    ||,,,|,s„  i„ ,-,u
 I'iiiii mini   liuil'"- Hum  He' fnllnwing
lesrril,,"! Inuils iu-mull Unsl K uy.
t'lilllineiieiligiil  1 illllil"!   nl   I liu   Hi
11.su enrner .1  M.  .Mi-lnnrs' liluher I nee.
I 'ii mini "II rlinins. 1 4, ur less, in ive.i
linlimlnr.i .4(1 lui letlspllslnl'stln lii'i'l	
Illl-un,snulli 7u el.uiiis. mur 'less.l 'Ill
 11.I1.1'. uf II.  M1K1.1. .iii-s limber llrense,
■ll"".-"sl S.'l,' US. I ■nlmrlllT.-ulu.illS
i'l""...f .'."mm in-    mining il. Illllllil
I   I 1,11,Is ill Snulli   Unsl    Kuileliul.    Hill
i.ill'.l'll.l 1.144
eotniiieiu'lng ul 11 pusl nne nnil one lui'l
Illill*. nl Suge ei k I thr Illrs [mm   Hie
I luil imili   II,imiiIiii ,     lun,.   Ilinrkril     '
ll.•K..I,/,,.  Ileusl ner, I In. null li so
"liuins ilieiui. iiissl sn eliuiiis,  Hi ,. s ',
SO ehulus, Iluni nsl Sl),|,i,in. tn   ph„,„  , f
llul il .1;,,,' M-L'i.,1   uml.
.1  Mi K.i,/.... 1 ulm.
T ''lll'lll, .is	
rununelielng nl   11   I'.'-i   plilllleil   mi   Suge
■risk IIvein.I,sl. Ii.liileniiuioii,Iiuiiiii,!-
try linn. 1111iM.1l .-   P.  Mill. s,,iiii„,4,-i  enr.
ner. H - 11 Htlrlu   iinn   11.'->   sii
IlilillS. Ihl'l snulli  s , elmlns,   Hie il-t
ilnlnl April 22 il, I'.l -I
tt   li  Hill. I tur.
i-ing 1
,„l
■reek,   live    mills   fi Ii„    I-l -i-mil 11...-I
Bi.nn.lnry line, marked ll. Me tin nlil, nun
-nsl I'lirner. theliro snulli   sll  i-|,„i„.,   |)|	
nsl    mi   "Iniili-.    Hi Mli    sn   ,-luih -
lu* 11-1 Ml ellilins In plni r hrgltniillg.
in I ipri! 32uil. lnul
D. v,.|i 1,1, Lia-ulor,
T.Pnvin. igent.
1 iimilti'lli'ilU SI II 'msl 11 '1 ill I live i'liuii,
'nsl ul Hie llullli l.nl; of liiu l-hltheilll IIV
ill Ills Imuran I In  nl 110 unliny  line milk..
I.   l'11-li,...  ,011 nsl   enrnel'   |ioU,  I*..*...
lest   su   ,,| s    tl lit   su   i-liuiii-
Uml sl    SO    e-'iafiis,     lbi-lii-11   Hlllllll   -
musni Inllll.
llnteil April llllh. I'.ml.
Hi nra" I'ii-I  I nlor.
"Sl uill nlil lurk uf Hie H111lm.nl nr,
hi Ilm 11114.411:111,.mil tu lun line.   1	
J. II. I'lll
liuins. iimii »i i'iiiiii) i'IiiiIiih Iii |.In 1
Ilnte,! Ap
. Hull.
.1.  llililu,11
T,
. Is, 1
■luhl.l   411.1 ns,   II ,. em,,   ,,,;,,,,•   .luni...
""' Hi   '''nl.li.'.ili.ii.-,   II    „,,,
■i„l.l> . I.... .. ... ,.,.,.. „, , ,
mil  lilo ni 1, -
"' 4  IHlll   lnul
I   I*   link   I "Ml,,,
1       '""    "   I""'  I'l -I   1 1
'""" " I I- nl I .mln
 - "'  Mini.,..,.       ,.
"~l".'   'Inm-    il„.   ,,,..1   ,„|„,  ,., ,
""■""■  '"""'  'isl''..   .liuins.   Hi,-,'.,.,.   ,..,„
illg IHU ueles.
llllll Jllll llll'l   Is
II   1.   IJ.,—. Luenlur
*'■    nieiii-ln*- in ,1  ,, .-I,,,1, j ,(| 1
 uorlli "I    Uliill.eiul   river oml
hnlns,    e    .01 ,4,1. „    ,',...,'.'
iiniminiiig 411  11  i.u.l   plnnlis] till
rrcrk, seven miles bum   Hie  liilerunl
II iiiin.,'I  marked A..I. .Mnrlin. 11
ii.sl   enrner,  thenc li  nighty  iliiiiiis I"'""'   '' I'lnllns In pi it h ginuuig,
11"' nst 1 iglil.v rlniiii.. I lienei -I height j   ' "ju'ei'l |'on  ""Vs^"
*""": "'""""'""'""""*"■ "'"I "'" "   •"",   nimrs'.iei.rhKi.ueiiior
nl,. tu .1
Hi 1 April 22i„l. I'inl
A.I.M.iilin.   Lue.,
"•''"" "^""
rommenrlng lit   n  |*usl nne uiul ntir-llllll   '! ''   ""'"'  -'si",
miles nesl ol Huge eiwk I llins. miles Imm I"."_.**
Ilie liiletiiiiliiull' Itiiioeliiry line, intirlieil  I*
A. Ilmi'- suiitliiiesl  * -,  tl ,. tuii.lt -ill
"liuiiiH. tliriiee I Sll  eliutiis.   11, -i   -,„i||,
Sll ehnlna, lii nun-esl Sll eluilns In pine	
b.'llillliillC.
i'iiii"l April 27lli. ll'iil.
v. A  Ilmi, I ulnr
it T. rnven, Ag nt.
l-l I nl I
Is,I,
1    e-nnieiiilngiil 4, |..-i plm,leil nhinil
tour miles ilml vl.itl.™ilnver, un.l elulii.
'■''"  ""'•» ''"■-' "i ll -.-. 11,   .....,1.
PP.
U" 1 lui'l'. 1 "I"..
T. U.14VII. .is.'iil.
Huiil April 22, l""l.
I' nioni-lns nl 11 |iiist    il" 41ml mm
imlf ivest ol sign ereek llliil liim- mil s frum
-lm Ini .ni.ui.44,44 Binindnryiliie, iniirkisl n
■ >,,.,. 1...  'Iluvesl rn net-  llienee li sn
lllllll., Ilii'ine en-l so ehnius. Hi.11, II,
sil.lt inm. Hi .,. ...-I sum, ,,,,. ,,, mm,    , I
eomiliem iiimul.
billed April Mini, I	
tt' O'lleni-n, I nt.ir.
T Uttven. Am-iil.
colnlllenclng nl n post une mile, nsl nl Hie
I'lu I lien,I river mni   lllll   n iles I lm   In
'■■iiui hiiiul imiimliiry line, murkeil il. iiieknn-
.1411,14,mil  iul uer. 11 lllll Nil I llllll.s
I,"11,"   11,sl   sn   1I1,iin..,   Ihenr Ill   sn
•liuiiiH, Hi nsl Sll "I,,,insl,,  ,,1,,, | l,„.
41111111111-.
II.    Ul.-Ill,-Mil     I,.,11.1111
1   .1   I.i- kin-,,,,   Agent,
llnteil Apiil 22nd, llllll.
I' 11 'ills- ill   n  posl   pi. I  un  Huge
1'1','k   sev iles   from   Ilm  llili'i'liiiliuiinl
ii'i'inilnr.v line, intitkoil  1- .  !Uiiur,!s. ninth
,vi-4l enrner, I hence smith so chnlns, iliei	
■osl   Ml  ul.illi.-i.   lluiui.  uurlli  so elinins.
' nesl Nil elmlns I, „l hcgbinlug.
Ii.iteil April 22ml,   innl.
» . IJIiiiii'.ls. I ,11,,r.
T.l.'in-i-ii, Agiml,
I'oiiininnelng 111 11 pu.-i iiiiuiii,,) mi Suge
"''•ik. <l< v, 11 milts finin lhe Interl iithul-il
lluiui,In ry line, imn-keil T, fin-en, sinilhiiist,
i-urni-r III- nee 11 rtll eighty rlulllls.tlu-llriiensl
■iulily rhullis,  llieiii'i h eighty limine,
ilieneniifsl eighly elmlns lo ph 1 begin-
r   MlBX-I"*   1
~^&?mh***'-
Synopsis of Kejiulaimii* (or disposul nf Min
i'i;ils on Ooitllnton l.amls in Alanitnhn
Ids Norlhwcsi Tcrriiorks and Ihc \ ukmi
Territory.
iiiim*,,,,*.
n.iinl jfimirir.v iMili, Iiiim.
'o.l 1 Vuii linlM,
nuru fur jiiift cail iiiitl
nikiv iluni "j ncreii-
illvlilimi nr oomimtiy
11 <i ilieil
IIIKUI .*,   ,,(,*.!   |,
Hll »f  111- linll,.-
.,-1 i>l M -iii-.,\
Ii-i ll  M-it.ltitiff, i.onih.P
K|„*.l„,l,.f
1.11 llicitmssnuipliti
iiinrtx.   I'rrsiiiiM -,f, juiiif,.|i ,1'iiis mni ovpi
,1 iniitl Muck fiiin|i;iiii*s In.leliiiLT fi'i'f  HilllCl'x
'.liiu-it,*> mny ul'l.iin''iilrv It'i'ii iiiiiiii'K i.t*;i !
U
\ ii'fi'in in-r't I'l'i'Hhviii' Is pmntPtl tm* 1
iin't■■ >fiii'*,nmtntieetllmi iui'. u],>m piy ■.i ,
buCnlHTt-1 «,<e1ltH,n   IHlll'it  ('II-.I   »f Jj .„,.;- ,||,
IXllt.   llllll,
 I'- >l-ll-t..l.
1:,
I'.I
III
iii.irkinu mil tin' siui'i* wnn nm li'«.il|',i*.N, i-t'iii' 'i'ni**-! li it  [
nr1liH.iiiD..rvp|m '■'"■"■"" "»   w  uwhm,--.,,,m .,. \|,„
liu  i-i.iim -iiiiii ii» rec r.i.'ii uiiiiin iifiepn '■»""•»'   ilo-iHv
ilny- if M-iili'il iiilliin l,-i 1,-, ,,t ;, mn,,!,
m-l  r'r;i<*l'i..i!     I l,i- Ii
ii- 1 ,'t',ii',||.iu it,-lilllli isS-*..
At It'll-.1 IIUIIIIUHt l,i-,-X|i,-ll,l,*,l
,'it-liy 111 1.1 111,l iii ih,. in imm ,
ip f 1.111 l'iIIij Mm MinUtcr
ii-il.iiin tuliin,u mm iii
lltllQ lllkdll IVii'lltiiy.iif  1
r»i Mi,- imyini'til ofinaltj nl tin* lali-of .•■, \,-,
''•'i» ..MU.'i'i'.- 1 rn ii„-li't-jti,,,, -gr*,
I If "J   M111111-.    M: Iiii un.1 tin*   Y   n T
i'\,*,*|.|tii*.;1ii,* \11h1111 Teilltliry. I la.t'r 11111 in
,*.ailii-*ii'ii-*iallv .in* l.n [,'t-l Momrr: t*n iv in*
"V i,*iinv;tl.l,*. ji-aily. On III.' Nottli >',-k;.l
.-In H.iiii lu-i 1'1,'iiiu- an- ,*iil,<.r hm- of iw Hi. lh.
f.-iiiii-rh--im iiki net um ami i-Mi-in I nu. I--
Lwwnliigl il nWHiirerinnrk,   i i.r l.n er in
iln,(,--, luu   itllt|*Illi.-s.  hul  (fMi'tiili lijifk   In  tli.
1-Hs In* Iiiii or hank, l.nl n„[ ,-\, ,-,-,lnu   i,h>"
fi'i'l.     Uii 11'M.nin |imui   m us.-tl, ,'liiuiis -'"
f.*,*l lu-ltnn.n I (iiitiiit-il.
lovikln-in thi'in,ii*i „r  -tlmiltoim nmi u,,-
N. «-   I- <-v«-p IH Ho'   \iihmi   Iur -\ -i
in'.* rtiit.\ oliiii.innly  m,,  Wiws ui  |m-
iiillc-i-ai'li 1,-1 al*-r t hw-iih   mmi-s,   ri-m-n
nl'lo III tilt*-li-ii'it'lli-il of lljp.M|||islii|'„r lhe   In
loiliir.
'Ill,- Irs-,',*'* liuli! Ist'iiniilif,! to lh,. M'hlu.l'"
ci lii-tl or till- "I Iht- ii,,.|* belnn l,m w„t,-,
in-il' .aiiilMilijri loth,, rmhts ot nil ihtsoiih
HimliiHf, hi »l,i, may ipi'i'ivp pntil,*> for i,:,i-
-iit'li
■Hit- I
'mil
.   . -e-iiit' t.
iiil'i. n,un Miui-h un ,-a,*li alit'iimti* U'.wi-liolu.
Th-' Jt-ss.1. sh.ill lii-,,' a i|r-'ilK>' Iti o|i,'r.tlioi
HiihiN mn' -1:1-011 iiiiiiiitii'.iaiftir ih- lease ft i
i-iieii live mill*-, hut wliere n \u-i-t *  iii>jhi>
Has ohmlni'il liinri'tliiin  nm*  lease  „:ip  ilicl^i
lurnirli Ilf Jt lii.l.'i  or frm-llon is snllii-i,,,[
l.-iiitai, Mn iter aiiiiinn I-i  i-iii-li   mil,, nl j i*...
li'Ji-i'il.    Iloyaltyat Ilu-raleofnvo ami u li
|n*ii'i*iit cnlleuleil on ttii<oiii|>iihirier lU'Xcm
lirHljj.tiif hi tlie VtiHoii TerrJiory.  ,si\ lense*
ol  hv- inilis I'drli   may In- uiiiiiU'il to n ii.i-
initiui tm'a ti'iin uf twenty yi'iii's. nlso rene«
aiiii'.
"lliii h'sw'silyln is I'linlliii'il ii, iin. siilniipit:
nl liuil or Imr-. js Uie rlv i   In-low low wniei
T  Cnven, Lnentor.      iiia.ii.iiini liuinnlnry to bi- llve.l by Itn posit lun
in Hi.- isi liny of August 111 ihe year of lm> (lull'
■[ lln- lease.
I hi' n—.(-,■ -hul] lmvi- one itrpilue la i.|.erall»ii
i*.    Kcutni,iiuu pei mif fur iii-i
l»'i'mile foreaeti snlisi*,|iiei,l>,.;,!■
M« ■ hiltJIM.  'lo*    ,0    Ml.  1 I „,   ||„,  r*fl:!.wSn^HHMM,"|!"!'i'f|V.rllnij     f,,-,.|.
WI'Kl Ml I'lllllllH In i-l ii*,. ul llPllllillitlfl                          :'",< '■■ ''" nillil llilh l:"l»"*-lui'l HOI   i*\.'i-n|   .',.,.
'■ - " '    ■* "in li  '■■■
mI AioilJIst, llnil.
CominnieltiB ot  o  p.,,.-l   jilniifi-tl mi
i-i;    (he   miles    from   Ilm liileriiiill tl
I lory iim*. innt'knl \    Du^le, BnillllHi-Kl    tl'i
*<>'mi. 1 Ili'ii.*,'mniii kii I'lmiiiH,  1 lii-m'.. ennt {>''"
'"-1 l-l- 'ibilir.nl-I
nn-r ami eiKbti	
in.'-t.iM -,- \|-,|i'iss'-y. Iliem-e  innili  Hjiluy
l*tiii««*   11 .-I.,-   ,-. ,1   eiptn*,   iJiiiIhh, ii,,.,,,-,.
 I(    "-lll>    rMllw,   II .-   ei.ta   eJg||iiV
llHiHM lit |.1tllf cif Ihtk tt,l-»llltlilllllK   1140
il.- 11 It'll.II
II     tm'lll
iHlli. IIIIM,
A.V, Itiiwn
Ubiy   thn-MK,    HiHit. .-,   ,
|.|,H*|.  t.J   I.-,,,,'
i-s. I...,iit„r
li'nnleil ,il„.in
■ ■■■I  I nu,-
. liii'iti'i" a,,nli
.'lullly fllllil.H,
I'iuhl . I
mu iiiii
min
iMll,   tlllll.
.mini Wnlain
I:!
I i-o-l 1'l-'«H-tl   1,1 I
Klity   flmliiii,  Ih.-iit'i.  .-.'i-i   ,k
"■'••■ H.   elKlHJ    inn.
^.•y.li'ti.,,i„,.|,.',-,,|   ,«!„„
li.ilnl .laii.i.ii.i  l-lli,  l',i.i|.
I'.iinl A|.ril   Jml. Unu,
\. \)uy\t>,i tn.
'. CuvoJi. Agent
nr t-'ii'li. Hi
m iii-nil   iliivi'llon   of tl
i-l.llli holm- lit.in 1 iiiiuiii
•iliiuir elailii- -linll In- .',- feel -.-i|ti<>
I Iiliins me nnilki'.l li) IwtHen.u |ies(.,  on.  al
eni'li e||,|. lii-iirltn; iioiins.     I.nli) ini,v|   I |,
nun,-li. utu   ot   11    iii,4l   1 l.iMlnJ nil  Sim.'    tallied Wl Illli  tPHiNl)K, If file   , Mini  ,s  wllliin
1 1      , ,1     , -       ,'' Ii.-ol minim,'rent il-i'solhi'i*.    io\ira
,'1"'1,  '•,', """ ,l"111 ""'  hitcriintioiiiil   itnyit lowui! t„i eimli iuldillnii.il lun mie- „i
I! Inn line, inn*Uil H.llohiiM. Miilllieiifll - liai'li.-n.
I    '|lmii'r-oiif,iemii|iaii>Hl!i lima elaltn  most
""'I'r. I li.-iit',. mulli   1'in'lily  .liuiiiH,   UmIU'I'    lmlil a Iit liiel's ivrillle.ite.
wesl    eijilil.v    I'lllllllH,    til      hiiiHi    llul.vl      'nitHllsioU'ier  nfiil.ew iillll.'iseiilllletl   lo ,,
,  H   •,   i'linui of 1 0 11 ii'i'i lii lem-iii, m„i n u„- ,htlts
rlllllllH, llniieei-iit-t clulny ,-limn-. tu   |ilne,>  „f   ,.„asKts ol Iho. I.r-nn [pel all..no lie, |m, „„i
b'Killllllli;. I I'lll "I "lll'l' I'"  H'.VMll)     hall  lip   illniKi',1,  Ute
.,   ,    ,   ,       ,,,   . lesl of tin' I'.ull' oi.llnaiv 1 liuins iiiily.
I'utoil A|il'H3.'lli|, 11)  I. l.ili) lee v,„.   lt„y,,lnni iniooitHti ami
s\   liuiiii,,. I.oeat.,1'       "lie Milf, pi p-'iiioi. tlieiah llhe i>o„l .in,,
I from lli.< V11  I i-iilloiy lo In* -ntnl io tno
1 omi'tiollt'i.
'•""ii mu al  11 jkiki  |iliil)tml   mi  SaK,. I    Noiieeiiiiiiei slmll ret'i-ive a uraiil or more
i*i-..'k, nine mil.-*, hum the Iiil.-rmitii.mil tliiin one iiiiiiIiib elaini on eneli nm, nnili' nvi-i-
lliillllilnei* lim- n.iiiL-.it Ui-a M„„,l I), 10.*.,.,, Piei'k 01 ^llleh. Imt the same lni:ier l.lll) ll .1.1
llt.illiili.1,1 hn.'. itmtkt.il Mir.. \u  Uni,,i,Mi|,    „tiyl|1ll|1   t)f  l,|jl)|||[l ,,v    t-iuts...  anil  |n-,.
soijiIiwuhI euiiiei*. llu-me mn ih ei**lil \ elm i uu    inliii'*, may wmk llu-tr claim- In |i;utneislnii |,y
tlieii.'i-PnM..uliu ,-lnii> il,.n,-ef...iiiiio,iil,iv    "iiiijjhi ■ ami   |a>lii|!  f, p or *.'.    A  I'I.l I in
,...,, ... , inav In* hniiiloii'il, ami anmliii'olitniiit'il on u,,.
fhoins. limn,e iM'si nigiity i.'ImiiiH it, |.|n,-,. n same ore, k, uul.'li i.r hmt, ny kivIiir "olifean,!
lii'l-in nui).'. j luiylnir a fee.
imini April i'i. nii'i. I.:«vHtn"ofitfwiS'saS " du"" eRo11 mt '"
Mm, Miuid DifkeiiHoi,, UimIi.i'.    |    a i-'p lilh-ju'e Ihiit woik'hiisliPPiiiioiieiiimii l.e
F. .1. OieliiiiMin, Auont. ' nl, aim-ili-aeh y,ur;lf IIUI,  [he ,-laiin  slmll  he
| ih fini'ill" I"*jiii.iinhmeil,ami open loocoiiimtltiii
Cotumi Ihk nt a |niHi plan led on Sngo  ' 'riiebtiiindarn-sof a diilin may |ip.Ipiihp,i ah-
reek, eleven   tldlifl fri in   the  Interim ii.nal    solntely hy Imili-Ka Mim-y i.i.uh-j.n.l inil.lisluim
Unu mi ii n line iiiniknil V  i  lih-L-i,, ,-,i,   milici-s in Hie Vnkii ,ii|llplHHiii/p(te.
hoi iiii.it.) nm. ii.n mh i ..i  in, km .mn in      iviroieiim.. All   umii)tiro|ii luted   Dnniliilon
wesl I'lipiier. Ilo'ioe -...i'l, ,'lK\,ty i-lniitiH. l.mi.NiJi ..aiiiti.ha. Ihe NniiliHest T.'i'i'llorlt's
tlieneo   p.mt    plirlitv elinins    il ,,,   mmh   '""■ witlnii Hm \iiki.n  ivriliory nru oin n in
...on       ... ,       *.!.,! .mi.ns,   i ,,    „,,,(,, ,,,.„„,,,„. ,,,,, (1III|   ami Ho* niinl.i,-!-
-iulily eJiililiH, iln lieu nesl mi i'liiiilm i„ e,,m- may n-seivt-fo. an inilivtmini m eomjianv hav-
mtiljeemetit. I m^inimliim-ry on ll.e land io He ]HoS|>e.li'd. nn
' area onil" iipiph.    Slmiil.l tlm i'liw|i(-eiur ills
ever ml in imyliiK i|iianlllieN, uml siittsfaclorlfy
nleil A|iriU'.'.lli. Jfllll,
L'iiii,*J liy friends ot tlmt Institution,
l».i
lin.il ai niiiv lie ilili'iiiiJii'il. will Im sold to tin
nirniiiemii.j.   nt    ti   jm-l   I'lnnied  „n S,tj*e ilisioveri-r al I lie rate of *I.ijm an ai-li', si,].j,-,.(
civek    cli'V'ii   milt's fi'.nii   lhe  lm mi,,,,,,! I" rovallyat sueh rale as may hi* sjippllled hy
„                                    ,     .  ,   . i.i.li-r-lir.'oiilieit.
Iloiimlnr.v line, moike.l.l. Ni'lleilh'lil,  mulli. |ir|>aiimenl nf Hie  Interior,   Htlawa. Hept,,
""s|   " ''   ""' ■H"1"1   '''"'"A'   '■'"li,IM* ,'''i';■                       "    ,1AMKS A. HMAIIT,
tln-iii'i.*  wiml  utility   • In i,   Uiein-e   innili Jlepnly »l tlie .Mnii*,ti-i ,.i ihe Inleilor,
I.'l    i
liiv nn'.
milf* i-iiKl «(.. urHuHpy, tlmini* nnrib pIkIiU
eliains. lliKir- ,-.,^| ci^l,,,- HiaiiiH, Hi,.,,,-,,
KiiiiliipiKlilyeltnlii*t,ll».|iiv went i-fubty tJiiiitiH
In pltin. of bpgitiliiwr. i-i,nl mniii*,' Mil ,ii*ri*H
[■ntnl Jtiinmrj IHth, hum.
'Imrl.'.sr,,,!.. Lm-nliii*,
11    Coinmetii-iiiffntn juni jditnlnl nl	
fuill'mileH nortli ni iiiiiii.-,i.| Mver nml hi..
teen in les i-nsl   n| Mnrrltwi>r,  lln-  hoiiiIi
'•i«M.v  elmlm*,   llo* ■iM'.i-ilnv   ,-| ^,
riglityp|inlnii1u|.llin.ur^hinli% whiX
Duted -It aiy Isili, limi.
Stiiinii'l M.irnnv, [.oentni-,
'■"'   i-'imnn'm-liiifiii ii iitui i'i; I ulmm
llvPimbM -|||   ,,| ,1,1-1,,;,.I   ilver, mil six-
<.<>' hs   e.ml    ill   M,.ii,.m|      ,,..-  , |,
Hghfj   11.■ m11-.   ii-,-!,,-,.  tvi-Hl  Mitl.h ebnliiH.
llieill-0   Hlllllll   eiltlllV    eli.il.i-.     ll,,- .--hi
p^lily pIiiiIiih iiiplmiMiI bijil h, eon)	
InglllOiiereH.
imi tl i.l.ni.in   Ui  llml
i    A   ii..-Lill. I,-, ,-.
1<>    r.-minen, in-* i.l ii |,,,h| |i|-iule<| nl.niil
iin-,'mn,'h ii, ni i iniii,-.,,i (,,,.,.. „„,) „!,
lll'l I.'S   .U-I   ),(    M,,l,|P,H),    I hi tl,e   Hlllllll
i'ljtlil.1   ebilliie,   llieun-   wm\   i*i*jlil..i i-IiiiIim,
imiiil i.'luiiJin  l.-i. llllll
Ales, M-ll.'i I. i.iii'nh.i,
IT.   "oi iniii-iii'ii nod i.biiited nl l
tlll'pe imli'H Il.nl llilllle.iil III,I.   mill   M\-
Uv ilei* oust   iif Mi.nisM.i, I lien, e i h
old Illy eh.iito,, ll.t-iiri' iveHl pIkIiIJ i-luiim.,
I It,lift, miiitli   .tui.iy   pIihIiih,   i iii'ii..*  eml
eiulilv ill,iiim In pltlPiM.f lii-KillldllKii-Otllllill'
ItlK ufift..
Hill I'll reliiliary 'sl. lll'll.
W.T. Held, l.o.*al..f.
I.S,   ruinnioneltiffiil n piml plutih'il nl t
l»«. miles mii'tli i.f Klntlm..,! river, nml sixteen mMo.s i'iihI nf MiHTb*He.v, theiipii Kniilli
ul)tli ty   i liuins.   I lionew wo.i e-alitiy nli nf iih,
tl -th   t-ii'lily   i'liains,    II win-    nml
eililll V eluiill** Id J.h uf la |;illl.il'jl mii-
.,iKlil[lm*res.
mit.tl li-l'iiiary 1st. MUM.
Til. IsSllll'k. I.oeilh.l*.
Hi.   CnininetieliiKnl i si [ilmileil nl I
one mile imrtli uf FlnlltPinl Hvpi'iiiiiI six n
mill's pimt ufMiiii'issi'.v. Hi •!• Hinilli pIkIiIj-
I'lllllllH, ihi'ii.*.' eiml Hb1iI,v i-lmliifi, llieiii'i.
m.rlli I'lubl.v.'elinliiH, Hi-".." imhI .-luliiv
I'lllllllH <■> plnt't'iif IiokIihiIiik, piiiililiniliK 1140
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Jtiiiepli Itrmilt, Locator. Till:   CBAHBBOOK   HERALD
A   SHIRT  TALE
We have juBt received a nice new
Line of "SALEM BRAND"
SHIRTS AND PAJAMAS
Tin' interesting part of this "shirt
tale" lies in the mot that these an-
iln- latest in pattern, materia] ami
style,   Sn- them in nur window
Our 50c 3>iiK!:Rv:
 I-
■Illi- W,*i*|,
\V,-liiiv,-|il
on iitiiui-iiKi- mug.- of
LADIES' AND MISSES'
STRAW HATS niul SAILORS
ISi'imlnr SI.."ill mnl $2.50
To.-lour at 50c
REID & CO.
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9 New Crockery and Glassware I
^> Newest shapes ,tnJ shades in Chin.iware, with or without
*_i Jars
Tj China Tea Sets, 11 pieces, $1.75
T Dinner Sets, "7 pieces, $15.00.
9 Dinner Sets, 117 pieces, $20.00.
Very handsome Dinner Sets in red and gold, 117 pieces,	
at $10.00.        . 0
G. T. ROGERS *
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if£> Agent Iur Brockvillo Carriago Works, Buggios mul Ki^s of
& nl] descriptions,
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Fancy ami Staple Groceries and Crockery
Cranbrook, Ii. C.
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P     Bill« eo/s Specialties    |
g®                                  For This Week if
jg 210 Readv-to-Wcar Suits for Men at      ■ &A aa |j
|®        Rt.Knlnr 810 nntl S12 s M."U ®f
[G 100 ReadytoWear Suits for Men, to clear at 00 7_ %.
x®        Regular $15. SIS uutl $20 lines -JJO./O «P
g§> Also n full line of Lenthorstockings for lnul boys.    Ask to lie ®|
-® slimvii these. ®S
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[rishmnn, Black,
mi siniii'
hill * Co., eranbrook's Greatest Store |
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BEALE & ELWELL
The largest Real Estate, Fire,
Life and Accident Insurance
Agents in South East Kootenay
WE HAVE FOR SALE
Miitrnitii-i-iii Carina ami ranches, improved
nml unimproved, timlier areas, mining
property* ami  business  property, lots hi
('.'jiiiIh'ouK iiml surronmliiiy towns
AND WILL BUY
War Scrip! for 5210.00
MONEY s TO s LOAN
See us for a Good Investment
A COSY CORNER
llli-lllm llli'l'.' tll.'Hi il ,-i.IU t I m.el.v   l-i. *!
Ii I In ti-* h     I nn*. tinny- liuii   hid IhiIIi
pretty t.ii.i iiM-iiii   Let uiHQfnpvttliefiilluu
FURNITURE
A lillT. moiliv Mor Mr- I'l,., :   ., L..  -.,;  I;     . ■ .
n lim- lii'in. Inn-nil .limi ,.< ■ inn h ,.. Imt |>iii na
—        -♦.♦*♦■       —
THE HACCONNIiLL
FURNITURE CO.
Cranbrook Cottaj-c Hospital,
Cornor Armstrong avenuo uu.l l.riii- RL
Knr lull particular, npply to
niss Moss, - Miitrnn,
i iiml null- nf St,  l.iiki-'s liospltnl, Vancouver, II- 0.
MISS ADOLPH,
Teacher of pianoforte and organ.
For terms, etc. apply between hours
of three and five o'clock on Wednesday and Friday at residence of
Mrs. W. H. Griffith.
LOCAL NOTES
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j JUST A WORD I
Su miner Necessities
Refrigerators
Screen Doors
Window Screens
(ireen Wire Clolh
Ice Cream Freezers
We carry ,*i lni-Mi- gtock.     Drop in -.-.!
anything in tin' Hardware lim-
J.D. McBR OE
2 We are too busy to write ads. S Busy C
% with increased business and busy with 2
^ carpenters who are making the largest C  ___     	
I and best arranged drug store in this part «I ffi%\\%'k%%%\\\^\%'.. /%■%%
I of the country for us.   S   The people j f ALWAYS FRESH
S demand it for they all know	
9*   IT PAYS TO DEAL AT   **
BEATTIE'S BIO BOOK
AND DRUG STORED
Picked Up About tbe City  by Asking
Questions ol Many  People.
gi-.f (I) ... ..,
E-|fr I.-  -.-    .-
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i wns li to lasl week atul bought n
Vlit of
Campbell's
Semi-Ready Clothing
Form) husband nl Morrow and Mt*
Farlano's. Tlu-y wore recommend-
ini; tlu-ir "Two Steeples Underwear,"
Ihnl is warranted not to shrink. Mr.
said if they Bft.il it would
imt shrink he would take two swiU.
So I iim h.'iv to buy it. Everybody
li.'lit-vi's what thoy sny.
Morrow & McFarlane
K!B"'u .■■-. i * a . unu*a
New Hardware Store
Wc have iust opened our new slore .ind propose to carry
a complete line ol Hardware, Tinware, Iron, Mill and
Mine Supplies
MILL SUPPLIES- Pumps,   anthooks.Saws.Axes.etc
BUILDERS' SUPPLIES-Tar and Building Paper.
MINERS'   SUPPLIES-Truax Ore Cars and Steel,
Hydraulic Rams, Pipes, etc.
A complete stock of Fishing Tackle, Rifles and Shotguns
McCALLUM & CO.
The Calgary Cattle Company,
(SUCCESSORS TOM. MclNNIS)
DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF HEAT
POULTRY, FISH AM) OYSTERS IN SEASON
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE
Girl wanted, nt A. C. BownesB'.
A. B. Fenwick was in tuwn Friday.
George Hoggartb, of Elko, wis
in town yesterday.
Fred Drew, of Marysville, wits
in town yesterday.
Dr, Bell visited Gateway and
Spokane last week.
J.A.Harvey and W. F. (iurd
visited Fernie Monday.
Try one of McConnelpB milk
shakes,   They will please yon.
The O. P. R. are raising the
tracks in the Cranbrook yards-
Have   you   had    one  of  MeConnell's inilk shakes? Try one,
E. Hill and wife of Moyie. visit
ed Cranbrook relatives yesterday.
Willie Welch, of Tin- Herald
staff, is on the  sick list tliis week.
Tlie weather of tlie Cranhrook
district is simply superb these
days.
Mrs. W. A. Hamilton visited her
son W, C Hamilton at Frank last
week,
For Sale or Kent, the Wyncup
residence on Baker hill. Apply to
K. Lonnsliury. 8-2t
A, W. McVittie. nf Nelson, hns
been in town several days thu pusl
week.
J. Swiunerton and wife came up
from Moyie to spend Sunday in
Cranbrook.
When you wnnt any kind ol
fresh fruit call at McCounulTs. Ho
keeps the liest.
George Pushee has gone to
Michel to take a position iu the
C. P. K. yards.
F. L. Byron, of Frank, arrived
this week to look after his Terry
Creek property.
A sprinkling cart would he a
great relief on the business streets
these dusty days,
Position wanted to do general
house work. Applv at Herald
office,
Hev.  Smith,  of   Morrissey, lisa
been assigned   to the  Methodist
hurcli at Rossland,
Koss Palmer's condition is improving, He has had a hard siege
of it at the hospital.
Mrs. P. McMahon, of Moyie,
was the guest of Mrs. Wm, Gordon
several days tliis week.
The Kast ICootenny Lumber
company have gotten their big
drive of logs across Moyie lake.
Thi1 trustees of the Methodist
church are arranging to paint tlie
church building and parsonage.
Ladies and Misses straw hats.
Regular $l.."i<) aud $'2..'>W lines, now
50 cents.   On sale at Reid it Co.'s
For Rent -Furnished room for
lady.   Apply to,
F. Godderies
Hazel block, Craubrook.
Mrs, James Greer lias gone to |
•jf Our Mail Order business continues to grow.
"WILGA" s s
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CRANBROOK'S
PRIVATE HOTEL
ARMSTRONG AVENUE
9 Rooms bright, clean and well furnished
ffl The dining room is the brightest.    ** The table the H
9           best in Cranbrook n
9 Table Boarders—$7 for 21 meals ticket "|
§2 Rooms with full board from $30 per month Y
S?  At
riiuintis Cnvin l-i-liii'iii-il from
Calgnry Mutultiy.
Who is tin- busiest ni'iiiin town.-'
Tlu-O. K. barber,
.Iiiim Fink is in Spokune having
his tin-out treated.
Mrs. James Gill returned homo
Tuesday t'rnin Sinlnr,
Miss Ai't'itwsniith. ol' tlio post-
offioo i-tnlV, vinitiil Sirdar this
week.
(im* business ineronseil one-
tliinl Insl week, lit-;nl our nil this
week,        Morrow & Mi-l-'tirlnno.
«", 11. Wilson uml Cecil Prest
haw returned from thoir trip to
ll mst.
Mrs. Joseph Dobbs returned to
Cowley: Tuesday after it visit with
Craubrook friends,
Walter Laing, of Toronto, has
accepted  n   situation
('line's tonsorial parlot,
Miss Neilson, ut'lt-i- n ploasant
visil with Mrs. II. II. Broilllter, re-
turned Tuesday to Macleod,
lii*\'. Thompson returned Inst
Fridav front the Motltodist conference, lirlil ut New Westminster.
The Enst Kootenay's mill nt
Ryan hns lieen closed down for a
few days on invount of high water,
For Sale A plmeton, double set
of harness nml two ponies. Slot)
takes the lot.       Mrs. A. Leitch,
Conundrum, Why are Reid &
Co.'s gent's furnishings like the
Jails? Heenuse they nre "olwnys
iiii top."
N. ('. Mi'Kinslry visited the
Flathead country lust- week uud
brought buck two handsome driving horses,
Dawson -V* Co, expect to move
their fruit and confeotiotiory store
to tlm buiiiliug now occupied by
C, IS, Reid & Co,
I,. I-i. Mut'dork is having a
serious titttc with his I'ni-i- that
wus so badly lacerated a week ago
by ii full from ti bioycle,
A number of peoplo wh utri-
lillleil cukes to lhe hospitnl bull.
may hnve tlu-ir dishes by i-iilling
ul  I'.   McCouneH's   conu-ctlonory
store.
Miss Jessie Luitclt leaves this
week for nn extended visit with
Manitoba relatives nnd friends.
She will visit iu ('nlgnry on her
wuy enst.
'i'lu.- Wardner mill iscloseddown
this wt'i'l; lo permit the connection
of  tin- new machinery installed.
Mr. Boliart, of Wnrduer, wns iu
town Wednesday
born to Mr. uud Mrs. L. Teeples
of Wardner, May 19, a girl.
Mrs, P. Dickinson nud Mrs. W.
Clary are visiting in Nelson.
(i. 11. Webster, manager of the
Culgnry Cuttle compauy, is in
town.
S. F. Toluile, of Victoria, government veterinary inspector, wus iu
town this week,
Tin- force in tin- government office been kept busy the pnst few-
days issuing miners' licenses.
Miss Moffat left, lust Satunlay
for her home in Pembrook, Out.,
after un extended visit with her
brother. Mr. A. Moffat.
Ij. W. Patmore nnd wife, of
Morrissey Mines, will (-onie to
W K j Crnnbrook to live. Mr, Patmore
will nuikii Crunlirook the headquarters for his insurance business.
Tin- Lndies Aid of the Methodist
church will hold it lawn pnrty nt
the residence of W. T. Keid's on
Wednesday evening, .Tune 22nd.
Strawberries nnd ice cream will be
served,
The King Lumber Mills nre now
prepared to furnish all kinds of
moulding, base and case, to the
trade, This is a now departure
for the company, nnd already they
nre doing u good business in this
lim-.
Superintendent Taylor is remaining in charge of this division a few
days longer to wait the arrival of
Superintendent Erickson, whose
departure front Sehriebor has been
delayed.
Hurry Nevin, of Macleod, who
wus one of the ushers at the Cliue-
Miigi-e wedding, nml K. J. Black,
of Sehriebor, who officiated ns
groomsman, will remain in Cnuibrook sevi-ra! days to visit fi-ieiuls.
This improvement will double tin
Sinlnr to take advantage of the | capacity of the mill,
climate   in   thut    famous   health
resort.
Arnold & Roberts will hold n
sale of furniture ut tlie Ewert residence Siitunlny afternoon ut Jl
o'clock.
E. E. On-hiinl, formerly of
Cranbrook, but now in charge of
the dining room at the French
initios near Frank is in town. Mr.
(Irchnrd is doing u big business ai d
accumulating u roll, u tact thut his
many Cranbrook friends will Ih-
plenseil to know.
Willium Slierrntt, of tin- Can-
iiiliun Bunk of Commerce stuff, arrived front New Westminister
Saturday to act as relief inuu ut
the local brunch wliile each member takes liis annual vacation,
Mr, Sherrutt wns lien* ulx.ut two
yenrs ago for a Bliort time.
Corpus Christi  Sunday will  be
observed   next   Sunday.    Many
Mr. MrCliitohii-. D. 1.. K, Ima' Inilimia  from adjoining   resi-rvu-
stiu-li-d to survey the west boundary! tions have already arrived, and thiol' block 431)8, where the coal and 'ceremonies at St, Eugene Mission
oil lands are located,     lie started, will   be  inn-resting      If it is n
pleasant ilny there will be n large
crowd of white people present.
it the summit at Crows Nest,
F, Vl.  Ewert, for several years
The foregnanl of the mosquito superintendent of the Crnnbrook
army havo made their appearance, Electric   Light compnny,  hns round tire giving un intimation of the signed to accept a position in Port-
misery in store, I lund, Oregon.   Air. Ewert has por-
iv.,'t   f,,;t   ,„   >    i   ,1       ,    » formed   his   work   well, and   his
tJou t   til   to   rend   the nil of i- ■    i   *    , i.   1      i
T.4   i    ,i     , , .. iiiaiiv friein s iii ( rnnbrook  regret
Khoile, the   hnrness  maker     He i •   i       , i   i    h   • *.
carries a stock ot supplies, i      ,
C, E. Reid & Co., have leased
the largo store rix.ni next to tlv
Manitoba hotel, and will move
their stock of goods into the new
quarters ns soon us the nxiin is
ready for occupancy. This will
give Mr. Reid a commodious room
and ample opportunity to displny
his stock.
The Fruit and Vegetables al *ston i  tieah.
U'ai.'l r window,
A. wonl to the Ladies   when you want co ry.cal]
^ ni Ian-stun' wo keep a large variety and only tlm
I       H, Dawson & Company
" Drawn Through *> Knoi Holi-."
rimt'a lion* innnv people (eolal Muslim*-
if your Tli,'-i-i"iii i- iiiiii'.* I,, free It-
„Xi from Hi.* winter slilgglSiinss l.ut
,'4,1411441     1,41     11,.11 1,-1
Thai 1. whv Sl'BIN'a TOXICS an- sn
iii-.'i'.'Kiiv.    Tin i* nn- in Un- blood nlnn
.-Iiiiii'- li'.ni.-'i- i-U-niiinn is to tin-1 ie.
Tli: v Iri'i' ii in,in tli,- :iiipii,-i*iiefl gutlier-
.-1 throiigli  li-.-i.ii-- iiini'li indoors and
livim- a Iim- -Ii.-ii -lii','.
All Hi., ,.*„.,,! killdsol tonics an- ln-n'.
iVi-»| tally i,,,'„i,,ii,,'ii.l In-  Howard'.
Sa i'mi)iiii illii
Chas. Ij. Reid & Co.,
lifailulilcil llriinnisls Cmnbriiuk, B. C.
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= FRIENDS
- Do not fail to watch this space from  we.
- posted ns to the new ginxls thut un- nrrivi
® l-'i-ish Creamery Butter in family size '• -
® I'
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ant
us Hlne Ribbon und Bee Tons.   Nothing bet
We nli  here to please is our nn.l
MANNING & SIDDONS
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Cranbrook
Hotel 3 3
Guests Cuinii
finod Slab': I
s Specialty
i Ci.^neclion
Nearest to railroad aad depot.    Has arcoin:
tious for  the public uneiiualle.1 in  Cran>
Hot and Cold Baths
.\AMliS  RVAN
 Proprietor
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A. C. B0WNE5S.
WHOLESALE
% Wine and  Liquor Ivienhant
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Agent for Calvary Beer and Porter
Agent for T. Lebel & Co., Hay and Grain.
*p I have n full ami complete st<.<-k of liquors -■ ira, ami for
jjgv the x)re8ent my store is located in the Crnnlin I block,
i^ opposite ('. 1'. 1!. <i-]iiit.    Call ami see int*.
*m*.****:****.*&m.**** * *<**m&
ANV KIM) OF PIPE
of till, sheet id.'i .,4".;    Miliized iron
can be in   ■  4 ■ re.   Our
WORKMANSHIP and "1 \TERIAL
arc both lllfill ORADE
lu ull ilu* brancln - ■■: our business
iveili, work Hint pleases,   Wo solicit yonr orders for
FURNACES,   ROOFlNO,   BLOWER PIPING, ETC,
Patmore Bros.
IT PLEASES US
i,iiiii-i..'4i llilim-irlim.,])    Em
IT PLEASLS YOU
leask & Henderson
4 Can't Fool the Horse
9*f.-:i^9:i^mm
On lhe qunlitj  of !
mnv Irv and make
lhat the p -ei-f-i '
just ns good, Inil   ii
slreimth and II. sh v
Ollt.     We sell the ll.
Ei i. Vou
urself believe
I' s -'i' nuts uro
falling olT of
.ill provediffor-
■sl i IATS thut
I ;ii the snnie
inry stuff.
I,,, bougl
price iu ^^^^
Harris & Jolliffe's
Meal  riarket !•:   niAM'.KOOK    HERALD
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RATES $2 PER DAY
A Firstclass House Centrally Located
*: Fine Sample Rooms in Connection. The bedrooms <j:j
if are airy and comfortable, and the table is thc best the ii
H market affords.
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Not a Bit of Tail j
Smnll deer ill   Tllibel are entirely ininils this very  importunl J
luil     Clotlios iiinde byMeSweyn -S llrillith are not minus auy I
pari whatever,    Kach pari is couijjleto und perfectly iiinde.    We 1
.-1r,■ l,4>i>ii,l ilml everyone who wonrs one of our suils shnll sny. J
-This suit is all righl and I gol it from ,
"McSWEYN & GRIFFITH,"
Cr.inbrook Block Cranbrook, B. C.
$1.00 s A Popular Policy TIMBER LANDS
Covering any Sickness or Accident °n the Monthly Payment System
ARNOLD   Cgl   ROBERTS F0^ SALE 0R LEASE
REAL ESTATE ANU tXSl'RANCE
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BUYING MEAT
is like huyhig a pig in a
with Borno peoplo, All maniW
look alike to tliem nnd — tbey
vory often got (ioor quality.
Wo want tlio trade of thoao
who know gootl
T1EAT
iiiiiI thoso that don't The former will know ihut wo havo
Unit kind fm* tin-in and til-
tat ti-r iiiiii ri'lv iiiiiiii iis in give
It tn thom.   '
m
For Blowing off a Friend
Or In otHer word*--, for the refreshment ol gu< -i*-. ■*. tn, of my
High class Wines and Liquors
oi only deilrebla but
SCHLITZ' BEER FERNIE BEER
BASS' ALE        GUIUNESS' STOUT
P. BURNS (SL CO.
imm ecu;;: iJiG^m \mmm m
I   ...Manitoba Hotel.,.   1
« ll'uiler Now Mnnngemont)
| t). A. McDONALD, Hanager
} This Hotel is in the center of town.   The rooms are
S comfortable and well furnished, the dining room is first- 9
* class, and the bar is supplied with the best.   When you
fi want a good place to stop come to the Manitoba. J
f WE GIVE YOU YOUR MONEY'S WORTH 1
k, ■>
*\t9¥**'*v**r*,*vvr9
BOILERS
ninl ENGINES
.Saw Mill riachinery
Planing mil Machinery
Iron Working riachinery
Alining riachinery
Machinery fur all Purposes
All of very best makes.
Write
J. L, Neilson &. Co.,
Iill2 iMnln St.     Innlpcs
Cranbrook Brick
and Tile Works
Taylor & Davis, Props.
Furnace & Boiler Specialists
All tloscriptionsof brick work
undertaken, l-'ha-s plastered
by new fire proof pr ss.
ni brick, pressed brick,
el- and lile 011 Iinnii,
<f>     yes. nntl th
i l*:iiV is Hi" |.
p®-®-®-®--®-®-®- © ®-®-®~®-®
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Harriage
CITY I'.AK-
■ place to got 11 nice
.- \vot1iling cuke ami ornaments
■, in the Ititesl Btyle. Why send
T your onler ont of town und
T perhaps have the Seeing lirok-
*? en by shipping. Prices right
4 -.hone si Opposite M. E.Church
a      C. VV. WILSON,
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1 Cranbrook Sash
and Door Factory
j      All kinds of linisli work in
1 way of tloora, windows, trnn-
| soins, iii<'.   Kiln dried lumber
for inside work.   (Kir work is
^iiimnteotl mid our prices nro
sn tis factory.
RoiirIi and Dressed Lumber
For Sale
Timber Notice
Ttiiil.vJiln.VH nfior iliiti> I inti'inl to apply to
tlii' cllit'f ruin 111 inniinier nf In 11,in nml ivorltB nl
Vi.'tiH'in. R.C.fom IIl'oiibo to cut mnl .unt
limlx't' nf tlii' following iWi'i'ilit'il   I Ik iii
South Hum Kootpimj. '
Ciiiiiini'iiiin^ nin |io»l marked K..F.Hlgliye
N. B, uornnr posl aliout otio nntl ono Imlf
niili-wist of Grout Niutlii'i-n Hullivny, wesl ol
Klk rlvor hi lot 4fiOI> on aereek known nn
Tiunn'1 creok, tlieneo 80 »lmfne notitli. thenco
ho cli ot no woBt, thenco ho clinlne tin
i lii'iii-i' 80 ehninn p/ihI to place ol boRinlnfl
1,.),-nli-i] thin Oth day nf April 11)04.
-1 If,.I, Hlubyo,
Morrinw*,' Miiich, 11. C. Locttti
Prompt Attention given lo Hall Orders
A. L. MeDERMOT
"Wholesale Wine and Spirit Merchant
phone i7       . . CranbrooK . .
FAREWELL WORDS.
J. Q. CUMMINGS
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
FORT STEELE
W. F. GURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
CRANBROOK,   MUTISM   COLUMBIA
R. LOGAN
MERCHANT
TAILOR
A bountiful lino of Homespuns ninl Worsteds for
LddioB* Tailor Miuto Suits.
Sntisfiiction guurimteed,
Rooms on Annstrotijj Ave.
Perry & Fitzgerald
PROPIttRTOnS OF Till-:
Cranbrook Cartage
and Transfer company
Wo nro iu lnisiness for lnisiness.
To keep it and secure more we
must do business in n business
like manner, Wo arc prompt
nnd reliable. Tlini is business.
We do nil kinds of drayage nud
cartago,   Wo want more,
Leave orders in our offlco in
tlie Cranbrook hotel block, opposite station i or telephone fiB ;
residence, (ill.
Uev. Auvnclie nnd faintly left on
Tuesilay for tlieir new home at
New Westminster. A large number
of .friends wero at the station to Bay
good-bye, and their departure was
the source of sorrow ami regret on
the pari of their friends and themselves.
(>ii Friday nigh! n farewell social nre held,
wns tendered Mr. and Mrs. Auvnclie
at thc Baptist church* There was
a large attendance, and among the
speakers were the other ministers
in the town. Many kind words
were spoken, and a pi^rse of §88
wns presented to Ilie pastor by ill"1
members of Ids cliurch. and the
following address rend:
Rev. F. W.Auvache, Dear Sir:
In the short life of our church
we nre called nix>n to experience
one of those precarious circumstances, not knowing with any men-
sure of nssuruuco what tho future
mny hnve in store for ns. During
the short time thnt you have gone
in nnd out among ns we have heen
blessed with ll large measure of
prosperity nsn church, both numerically and financially, It is snid
thnt in the best family circles there
nre times of friction and disturbances, Tiiere may hnve been some
very smnll frictions, but so exceptionally smnll as to be uniiotieealile.
This pleasant relation between
pustor and church has been due to
your discretion and christian courtly. Vou havo commanded the
respect, not only of those immediately associated with yon in church
life, but of a large number outside
the church, inuiiy whom you littlo
think of will regret deeply your
departure from our midst. Your
moral integrity has been such thai
to even attempt nny comment upon
it appears presumptuous. Vou will
have left behind un example worthy
of copy, one that eternity itself will
not obliterate. Many have been
moved to emulate your life, proving
that it will be perpotuated|in other
lives in Cranbrook when you ure
far away, "nr sister church ot
New Westminster is to be congratulated, wliile we ha veto deplore your
departure,
Muy u monument bo erected high
iu our memories with the prayer
■■ Mi/pah" mutually inscribed
thereon.
We nre assured that you will
ever have u tender pluee in your
heurt for the church nud peoplo of
Crnnbrook and that yon will ever
be anxiously looking and praying
for an increasing bToBsingof success to nttoiid the very ^ood work
nlrendy commenced.
Vour successor il may justly bo
added will have a great advantage
ver yourself in starling work in
Cranbrook. Vou found u few nud
suffering under a paiutul calamity
ovor whicli they hud no control bill
which your christian worth, wisdom
nntl patience hnve mulerinlly assisted to bury in oblivion. He will
find u prosperous, hnruiouious and
peaceable church, Vou found practically nn unorgouizedchurch, with
the bulk of the work in the Sunday
School nnd church devolving upon
yourself and family and demanding
your unremitting attention, Ho
will Iiml n well organized church,
with well equipped brethren and
sisters in every branch of Unchurch work, to readily und elli-
iently lend a helping hand,
In conclusion we shall ever continue to follow you with our prayers, assured thnt we too shnll linve
large plnce in your prayers for
tho Greatest of Divine blessings to
rest upon us mutually nntil tlmt
when we shall meet where
partings shnll be no more. Mny
n ever loving and all wise Father
otitiniie to pour upon 1ki|.1i yourself
nnd family and our sister church to
whom by His Providence He is
leading you, llis riches!  blessings!
so tlmt thoro mny bo -.iy.-it to' yon ! aoml Tinles '" Morrissc>'
Bonla ub souls to your ministry tuul THoi-e nro goal times .*iln';:<l for
ns slurs in yum" i'i'i--'''ii ul' rejoicing both Morrissoy nnil Morrissoy
for eternity. Minos.      Tho  mini's   have l»'t-n
Wi-i-iiiiuiil I.-l this opportunity!opened and the extension of tlu-
pnss without in sunn- wny showing railroad from Morrissey to Fernie
our appreciation Cot- tho Berviceslis to become nn actual fnct this
ymt mul Mrs.. Auvncho have ren- summer. The Fernie Freo IVss
tiered. We therefore usk you to snys that the output of coal aud
accept this purse, nol for ils in- coko will be token ontby theGtretil
trinsic vnlue but as u slight token Northern ns formerly, and this
iif'tlu- love and esteem in which you demand will he materially increased when  the Columbia Falls cut
 _ Ioft', now nenring completion, is in
What Boys anil Qlrls Read. operation.   This cuts ..IV UH miles
; lu eastern  points nud also   does
lln* pupils  in .uii'iif thr I-..I-I.1- iiwuv with   the   2,000   fool  climb
of Ilir school  ilu- other day were over the Hoskoll Pass.
uskod to toll s thing nboul  the     The cause of tho tie-up al  thai
hooks nnil nniL'uziii.'s thev lnul rend ! I.'1""'  ".""'.. "I'l*™ .to be chiotly
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company
offer timber lands comprised in British Columbia Southern and Columbia & Kootenay
Railway land grants for sale and to lease on
favorable terms.
These lands contain some of tiie finest
timber in the Kootenay District.
l-'.u- tcrina, itiups nml furtkor particulars npply to tlio following
local land agents:
V. Hyde linker. Cranbrook, 11. C,    E. Mallnndiiine, Jr., Creston, 11.1'.
I. 11. Wilson, Wanlner, li. ('. H, <S M. Bird, Nelsou, 11. 0,
li. 11. Bruce, Wilmer, ll. 0,
llr In
J. S. DENNIS,
British Columbia Land Commissioner,
Canadian Pacilic Railway Company,
Calgary, Alberta
ii-sthey ll;"l-'"",i1„. ,„,!„, ■•.„.* u,.„ lh(, ,*    N_  H
1   ,s ,',lh"1' »'• wns overstocked   will,   fuel from
in the pnst year
toresting to know of the books thnl
nre, locally, tnosl rend by hoys and
girls. It' would bo impossible to
sny what nro the nost popnlnr.
Contrary to expectation, " Mick
Carter's Detective Stories" nntl
"Tho Life of Hurry Tracy," woro,
sn i| oiil'i'ssion goes,  Iiiii littlo
read,   Tlie   younger   u'irls nppni'-
1'iilly thrive on "Tho Ssie Books,"
while, of course, quite u number of
bins would live mul tlio by ITentz
Shakespenro, Ralph Connor, Longfellow, .lilies \ .'ini'. Chnrles Rondo        *,im Hl" ,s 0ut Afltr Sca]i"
ami   Emesl  Thouipson-Seton nro     Nelson   Tribune;     The   Gr ..
n PI intently  the favorites.     ".Mrs. Northern 1b not confining its rnil-
Wiggs of tlie Cabbage Patch"  is  way building to Boundary district,
contracts entered into previously
with American companies. This
condition wns aggravated by the
falling off of trade in the winter
nuiiitlis. These contracts nro l-iin-
niiiii out, the traffic is rapidly increasing, and tin-iletti.-iiul for Morrissey conl. which is admittedly
superior to its American competitors, will steadily increase from
this time on.
iked liy many, I'm', ns one girl pul
t, "II seemed more real mnl irar
In nn- than tl there," It I.i pleasant lo lii'in- ihis : "Tin. book I
liked besl wns ' Beautiful Joo,' ns
it 4v,*,s nliiuil kindness lo ,lunil.
animals," nml ot the heroine of
another book, llml "She wns so
good uiul kind." To another s.;iii
■• Eviingolino," is lirst. because " It
is tin' musi beautiful and pathetic
story I have ever read.''
Mnga-duos and newspapers of
overy description came in I'm- it
share 'of reading. "'Hi.' Wide
World," Tlie Strand," "Argosy,"
"Success," "Munsey," Collier's
Weekly," "Tin- Winnipeg Freo
Press," "Family Herald," "Toronto Globe," "Nelron News."
"Lndios' Home Journal," etc.
bov showed liis nationality in this
roplyi"! lik.' ihr Canadian Slug-
azilio besl because it i,, abottl our
own country." 'i'n another." Collier's Weekly" appeals, because "Il
iiiiiki-s known In ymt tin- tnosl exciting events of the times," the
" Review of Reviews," because il
"tolls nil about tli" world," the
" Munsey," " for its illustrations,"
Ono boy tolls ns lie "don'l rend uo
iiiiigii'/tiues," evidently his opportunities  for   lion.,'   eutortai I
ire limited.
Tin-Crnnbrook tli-rulilisenlhus.
instli-iillyoudorsotl. i Ino pupil snys,
•Of Ilie papers I like 'Tin- Crnn-
brook 11 .-■-.-, 1.1 ~ Iho best, ll Ims
iiinil' in ii imin ihr others, and il
tolls ivlml is happening In the
town.'' To another, tliis greal
family journal is welcome becnusc
"It tells nboul things thai Imp]	
fur away."
Given n few dollars to spend in
books, what would tlioso boys nn.l
girls buy? Somo woidd like copies
of Shakespeare's plays, several
would invi'sl in " Evnngeliiio,"
while ii few show good judgment
in making tin- Bible lirst choice.
Sonn- of the other choices are; "A
good Cyclopedia," " Peck's Bad
Boy." •• Hiii-kl.-bi-rry Finn." " Lifo
of Gladstone." Several boys yearn
foi- such n book ns " Will give full
information of tin- world." Several
would risk mental indigestion on
such wishy-washy twaddle ns the
" Elsie Books" mnl the novels of
E. !'. line. To road lhe "Koran"
is Ilu' prayer bf a sport-loving boy,
wliil e  of  tin-   most,   studious
girls wishes torn book" with plenty
of aiiveittnro and hunting incidents
in it,"
C '..nt i-ii. il.
A I'oiitraet hns been lol to extend
lln- Crow's X.-st Southern from
Morrissey to Fernie. aboul ten
iniles. ft is said -lim Hill is limiting for control of tin* Crow's Nest
Pass Conl Company, nn.l that In*
will eithor gel il or'bust the com.
puny. The C.I'.K. mul the eon:
company nre not on emu! forms,
uud with coul mines nt Blairmore.
Frank, Coolman, and other places
gelling in slinpe tn make largo
shipments of Imth conl ninl coke,
ilu- Canadian inml will soon be in.
dependent of tin* coal company
Hill is striving for control nf. On
tin- other huiul. if Hill gets control
of the Crow's Xest I'ass Coul Com-
pnny. he will be able In cure for its
total output himself. The Grent
Northern will Ink.- the conl, nnd the
smellers in Montana tin- coko. If
In-   has coke   In  spun-, he will   be
able to luml il over the Great
Northern In lhe sinelters ut Grand
Forks, Xoi-iliport. mul Xelson.
Search!**)* f°r Water Supply.
M. Mrliinismiil William Stocks
lefl Tiiesilny willi n pnek outfit to
In explore linker mountain in
senreli of ample wuler supply for
tin- new waterworks company,    ll
hus nlwnys I n  understood  thnt
mint her streniu on lln- itioiiiilnin
inn l.e easily diverted Into 11,,-
eliniiiu'lol'sr. Joseph crook, thus
greatly increasing Ilie \*olu f
wnler now flowing ill I hut. ereek.
Tin- company nre pushing tho
pro!!miliary work ns rapidly ns
possible, si- Ilint thoro will bo no
delay when Ilu- time comes lo get
Inwn In lnisiness.
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 load.
It can be bought at 10 cents per share.
It is backed by mining men, nol mining fakirs.
It will increase in value.
To make money in mining buy good stock Io.*/
and sell on the rise.
BEALE & ELWELL,
Cranbrook Acents.
LUMBER
Robinson=McKenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
AU Kinds Ol
Rough and Dressed Lumber
iiSSiii-jiiliiiif HSHSiH*
S BUSINESS   COLUMN S
,1,   -=4=.;=^====  4,
,1, il,
2 Locals in this column will be £
jjj charged at the rate of 5 cents J
J! per line eaeh issue.                    *j>
f *
«HM«,M*3,*>Hi,KEf»Hf
'or Sale*—Five* mm
i.'i'il lots, mi lln'
,iil.l i.flii'i'.
nl houso uml twn
■r   Mill.      Apply
Yum* approval Is our
I'liotoCo.
inliitiini.   Prost
Wanted, 100 acres of luml, -JU iiiuk-r
i niniil imi,in noigliborltooil of Crnnbrook,
Apply lo lllil-lllll Ollll'tl,
Inn- Snli'.—A flint class combination
pool ..ii.i lillllnrd table, nil complete.
Cheap if .-..I.l nl mu-.-. Apply 1.. Mun-
liiitliiit linlul, Nli.vii-, u. i'.
NEW DEPARTURE
llWiJS "f    '.'..'..«**.; ««hmi
We are now in shape to liiiuislt all kinds ul
MOULDING
BASE and CASE
Orderspromptlyfillcd mul delivered in town. Pol" prices npply
King Lumber Mills Co. Limited
mmimmmmm
A. SHELTON
iM!EHEB[SlIl
L. CLAPP
The Wentworth
Shelton & Clapp,
The New Managers.
Drop in and see us any time.   Wc arc on deck 25 hours g
out of the 24 %
ibh mn wmm ml
:GfGlG^,'G£G'ximm

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