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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
VOLUME   -2.
CKANJlltOOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY,   Al'llIL   20,   1899.
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The Canadian Bank o! Commerce.
Hun. Gi'.o. a. Cox, President. B. K. Walkkr, Gen. Man.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $6,000,000.00,
A Oeneral Banking Business Transacted.
Deposits Received.
London Agents—The Bank of Scotland.
CRANBROOK BRANCH. J. W. H. SMYTHE, M»n».?«.
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The Cranbrook
Stationery Store
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...Ladies, see our Lactsv. Rfbboni and Trimmings.
The best assortment to choose from.
...In men's wear we have everything needed in stylish wear.
...Ask for prices on TobacCoea,   You will be satisfied.
...Cat! and aee our stock and learn our prices and you ,
will be beck ■Kain.
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Opposite the Depot     >
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TORONTO : CLOTHING : HOUSE
Da Vou Know We Sell..
Window Shades •«■
Curtain Poles dt dt
A handsome curtain pole complete for   -   •   - 50c
Window -.hades all on the celebrated Hartshorn
spring rollers, plain, fringe or lace trimming
Unt ricks for        -  35c
Towel racks for       -       •       -       -       -       - 35c
Roller towel racks for  35c
Paper racks, pictures, etc.
You want a pair ol
...Boots...
for the spring ?
We have 'em. New
atockjust in,including black and tan,
miners, long, abort,
etc. See our $2 aud
$3.50 line. They
are eye openers,
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It is All Over Town
s WHAT? s
Th: report that the North Star branch is soon to be built
from here to the North Star and Sullivan mines and the
north.   .*   Call at the old reliable house, the	
Fort Steele Mercantile Co.
(Limited.)
They will tell you what little they know about it, and at the
same time will show you the linest lines oi anything: you
could wish to eat or wear. J» We haye just received a very
line line of gloves, including some excellent asbestos, tanned
horse hide, soft gauntlet gloves, ior fireman and engineers.
We have them made to order. j» We defy any house in
East Kootenay to beat thc quality of fur goods or our prices.
Cranbrook dt Fort Steele dt Wardner
inn
....lust Received at...
44 The Emporium "
Ladles' Shirt WaliU and Blouse.,
New Dress (Iood! and Trimmings,
Men's Dress, Kegetta and Neglige -Shirts,
Table Linen, Sheeting. Pillow Cotton,
Counterpanes, Towels,   Etc.,  Etc.
Ask to See Our Line ot
Patent I'.-iiliuml Boots.
SoniL'lliliig New.
Sherlock & Bremner
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Chloride S of *g Lime!
ON YOUR PREMISES
 Beattie Keeps It S
Carries a complete
line of	
dt Stationery
dt Ggars
dt Tobacco
dt Novelties
Also a Circulating Library.
Good Reading (or Little Money.
Opposite Crutilirook hotel.
Cranbrook
Bakery S S
A. CHARTRANl) & BRO.
(Successors to K. S, McNeil)
We have the only brick
oven iu Cranbrook now
in operation, and the
quality or our bread is
first clasB. Will deliver
to auy part of the town.
Give Us a Trial Order
PIEPER & CURRIE
Paper Hangers
Decorators dt
Modern Work.   Esllmalcs Furnished.
Dealers In Wall Paper and Mouldings.
II yon Intend lo paper or paint your
building lei ua figure on your contract
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Cranbrook
PHOTO
STUDIO
Corner ItnkPi slroi'l
ami lliuisnii avenue
nviT posiofRca	
All Sites of Photos up to 11x14 |
Finished In Plallno or Polished. |
Views ol Cranbrook  and Other $
Points ol Inters! in British Col- |
umbia Will Be on Sale  I
dt Prest & Co
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T. W. LEASK
I     Planing Mill
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Door Factory
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H. A. BEALE,
IN1NQ BROKER,
Commission and
Insurance Agent.
Port Sleele,
Brill.. CslwMa
McVittie & Hutchison,
-Dealers la—
MINES and
REAL ESTATE
Mine, anal lands aurreyeal.      Insurance
CRANBROOK, B. C.
...Mnliii'ncturcrs of...
Sash  jt Doors jt Mouldings
jt   Frames   jt
Band Sawing jt Turning
Cranbrook
BOARD OF TRADE MEETS
A Resume of ihe Murk Given for the
Benefit of Cul. Baker.
A SCHOOL SITE FINALLY SELECTED
The Rccommend.\tion of the Trustees for the North Side is Accepted by the People.
A largely attended meeting of tlie
board of trade was held Monday evening
Bt the office of tlit; townslte company.
Tiie meeting waa called for tbe purpose
of going over tbe work of the board for
tht- benefit of Col. Junius Itaker, who was
present by invitation. Mr. A. I.eitch,
president, occupied tlie chair, and John
Hutchison wns namedhb secretary. Afler
the minutes on the work of the board
had been read, Colonel Itaker thanked
the members lor the courtesy extended,
congratulating them on the magnificent
work they hud accomplished, and expressed llie hope that they might continue iu the same line.
On motion of J. W. II,Smythe, seconded
by John Hutchison, the following resolution was unanimously adopted :{j
Wo, tlie int'iiiiiiTs of tlio board of trade ot
I'miiliii>nk, wish tu |iln>e mi rot-nril mir lluiiiks
l» (Jul. .lame, linker for iliu frank w.iy lm lias
mi't lln- hoard nml ill-i-utwnl matti-iN fnr llio
|inlii;<- udiiiI, ami alsu fur liis hitvIcs as our ren-
I'.-si-niiiUve in inirllaniL'iit, wltlmu. regard to iml-
illus,
Colonel linker expressed his gratitude
in n most appropriate manner, saying
that he had endeavored to represent liis
district as a whole during his many
years of service, regardless of politics,
and would continue to do so as long as
he represented the people in his
present position.
The .piestion of a cemetery site was
presented and it was made a subject of
discussion at the next regular meeting of
the board.
The meeting then adjourned.
School Site Settled.
A meeting of the board of school trustees, composed of Messrs. Smythe. Ilretn- i»<
ner and Hutchison, was held Monday, ai
night for the purpose ot conferring with
Col, James Baker and V. Hyde Baker
local agent of the townsite, regarding
the site to be sekcted for the new school
building. The townsite company had
donated one-half of block 145 for Ihe
purpose but there was un expressed desire 011 the part of some of the citizens
for a location iu the south part of town,
Colonel Baker stated that if the people
desired to locate the school house elsewhere the towmii'.' could not donate
more than two or three lots for the purpose. It was then decided in a public
meeting to approve the report submitted
by the school trustees, recommending
the selection of block 143, and that is
where the school house will be built.
As the matter of location is now definitely settled, arrangements will be made to
commence work as soon as possible.
AN   ENJOYABLE   EVENING.
G. R. LEASK
Utte nt Toronto
Contractor«- Builder
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS
FURNISHED FREE OF CHARGE
Tllfise nmt i*m 1 ih 11 ni* Inillillng will ilo well to let
me Hi-mi' on Iku contracts,
Cranbrook, British Columbia
The Reception Given by Mesdames Ross
ind Edwards a Ureat Success.
The reception given last Friday evening at the opera house iu Fort Steele
by Mrs. C. M. Edwards and W. R. Ross
was a pronounced social success. The
daucing halt was tastefully decorated for
the occasion, the floor was like polished
glass and the musk inspirit!* to tbe extreme. Belweeu fifty and sixty puests
were present and the scene was a brilliant
one. The hostesses are great favorites
with their acquaintances in all tbe
towns in South Kast Kootenny, and
they were ably assisted iu their work of
entertainment by Mr. Kdwards aud Mr.
Ross. The dancing program was a long
one and well selected. During the in*
termission the guests were invited to
club rooms on the second floor where
lhey were served wilh elegant refreshments. It was a late hour wben tbe
guests took their departure and the
evening {will be long remembered by
those pieseut as one of the meat pleasant spent in South Kast Kooteaay.
Those attending from Craubrook were
Mrs. John Hutchison, Mis. G. Krickson,
Mrs. ti. ti. Simpson, Miss Leslie, Miss
Keay, aud Mcssts. A. Leitch, Sr., Laidlaw, Beattie, J. W. H. Smythe, Curd,
Simpson, and Col. Henderson, of Moyie.
A Dlf irritation Prelect.
D. Macleod, one of the well known
contractors on the Crows Nest I'ass road,
returned last Friday evening from Spokane where he has been all winter, Mr.
Macleod is now interested in the con-
ItrtlCtlon of 11 great irrigation dilcll in a
tcrtitory near Spokane, that will ledeem
about ;o 000 acres of fine land. A company known as the Idaho ami Washington Inigalioii company has been lortned
for the purpose of carrying the project
through, and Mr. Macleod is here for the
ptirpoie of placing some of the shares,
McVltlle & Hutchison's Bargain List.
Seven room house and two lots at
*65u.
Three room house and shed and one
lot, fcoo*
l'un ished restaurant in good location,
$900.
Brick bake oven with house and stable
aud lot, $360.
Three room house and lot east ofthe
creek, ft25.
Plenty of Money (or This District.
Charles Kstn.ere returned Monday
night from a trip to Rossland and Spokane, where he has been in Ihe interest
of the Kimberley townsite and his extensive mining interests. He says that
South Kast Kootenay stands all right
with the people, and those who have
properties that have the right kind of a
showing will be able to do business, ns
there is money ready for good mining
propositions in this district.
More Room for the Cosmopolitan.
The Cosmopolitan hotel has secured
the magnificently furnished rooms iu
tbe Mclnnes block as an annex, which
greatly adds to the sleeping capacity of
the place. The move was made necessary bv the greatly increased patronage
of the hotel,
S    MINES AND MINING.    _
Work will begin shortly on the Kimberley "hnd War Kagle fractions, which
nre extensions of the Stem Winder and
Ontario claims,
Charles Farrell, of ihe Lake Shore,
was in towu Tuesday, He says the condition of the road has interfered with
hauling the ore lor shipping the past
two weeks,
lui Smith, manager of the Sullivan,
was iu lown Tuesday. He reports
everything looking favorable in the
Sullivan, and lhat lhey have reached a
depth of 100 feet and are iu a body of
ore.
A report was received here last even
ing lo the effect that the owners of the
Lakeshore had made a good strike on a
property they were developing near the
sidetrack above Moyelle. The particulars aie not obtainable at this time.
Ralph W. Ugilvy, late accountant for
the ..stores department of the C. N. 1'.
road, is oue of the latest additions to the
city. He has gone over some mining
prospects in this vicinity wilh mining
experts and is fully satisfied that the
mining outlook about Craubrook is of
tiie best.
The minister of mines gives notice
that a miner's certificate taken out before May ist is valid for one or more
years thereafter according to the number of annual fees paid, but a license
taken out after Mny 1st la ouly available
till May ist of tbe following year and
the fee payable is the proportion for the
unexpired term.
It seems that there was quite a rush
this week belweeu two or three different
parties to jump a claim that was owned
liy Mr. liradshaw of Helena, Mont,
Thc claim lay near fhe Sl. Kugene and
Lakeshore, aud is considered pretty
good properly. Itradsbuw is iu Manila,
a captain iu the United States army,
nnd his license expired this week, hence
the rush.
Moyie Leader: Assessment work is
beiug done on a number of the claims
comprising thc Lake Shore . • . Karl
Neitzel and O. J, Johnson are doing development work ou tlle Mountain Goat
mineral claim adjoining town , . , The
men working iu the upraise of the Luke
Shore mine reached tbe surface Thursday. Another upraise will soou be
started .close to the face of the tunnel,
about 150 feet from the mouth. Tbe
owners will ship another carload of ore
next week. . . J. Mills and Hob Ken/.it*
are doing assessment work on their
claims 011 Bull river.
While in Rossland Charles Kstmere
succeeded in organizing the Kituber.ey
Consolidated Mining Company, Limited,
which lakes the Gem, SeJkirk, Great
Bear, Ophir and Iona claims lying south
and adjoining the North Star property,
and owned by Messrs, Jones, Denipsey,
Newell. Lamb and Meagher. Tbe compauy is stocked for 1,000,000 shares with
the Hon. T. Mayue Daly, president;
A, S. Goodeve, mayor of Rossland, vice-
president; Charles Kstmere, secretary
and treasurer; C. O. Latonde ami F. M.
McLeod, directors. No treasury slock
will be placed on tbe market at this
time, but development will be begun at
ouce.        __^^_^^^__
Cranbrook a Clean Town.
About a week ago Constable Morris,
acting under the direction of the local
health committee, served notice on all
property owners and residents to clean
up their premises, The people entered
upou the work with remarkable zest and
spirit, and as a result tbere is not a
cleaner towu in tbe Kootenays today
than Craubrook. The streets, private
premises and the railroad yards have
beeu goue over and now present a neat
aud attractive appearance.
Not In Our Line.
Thk Hi.kai.d is in receipt of a communication from a citizen of Fernie that
we cannot publish, since it is chiefly devoted to personal criticisms of residents
of Femie and the editor of the Free
Presr. The writer may have a grievance
against the Free l'i ess editor, but, about
ninety-nine times in one hundred, the
paper is right aud the kicker ia wrong.
We kuow nothing of tbe merits of tbe
case, aud have no desire to interfere
with the matters in Fernie.
HIS VISIT IS POSTPONED
Vice President Shaughnessy Will Be In
Cranbrook Next Month.
NORTH STAR BRANCH HELD TILL THEN
The Leader a Year Old.
The Moyie Leader is a year old, and
F. W. Smyth, the editor, is to lie c* u-
gratulated on the excellent work he has
done during that time, not only for
Moyie but for tbe whole district. The
Leader has been clean, newsy, well
edited aud a credit to tbe town of Moyie
and the publishers; aud it is to the
credit of the people of that town when
the editor Is able to say that the residents who are not subscribers could be
counted 011 the fingers of one hand. It
shows that the people believe in slaying
by a paper that slays by them,
Will Move to Cranbrook.
Mr. C. M Kdwards, at present mining
recorder for this district, Iibb tendered
liis resignation which will take efleet on
May 1. He will then come to Cranbrook to assume charge of tbe townsite
business for Mr. V. Hyde Baker, during
the letter's absence in K11 rope, and will
occupy the Baker residence with his
family. This will be good news to the
people of Cranbrook, as Mr. and Mrs.
Kdwards will be a pleasant acquisition
to the social life of this city.
A Movement In the Right Direction.
The Rossland Board of Trade has issued a circular to the other boards in
Kootenay suggesting a Board of Trade
convention for the discussion of all questions of general interest to Kootenay.
The Cranbrook Board, at a recent session, considered the question and decided to approve of the plan, suggested
Nelson as the best place lor the meeting
and that two delegates should be named
for each Board of Trade.
By the Way!
Have you used Goldsworlb'a Tea?
Every package guaranteed.
Fort Stkki«k Mkrcantim; Co.
Another Business Block.
N. Hansen purchased the lot on Baker
street just west of T. A.Creighton'sslore
and will commence at once thc erection
of a two story building 100 feet long.
G. H. Miner will occupy the first floor
wilh bis hardware store.
Hello, Tbere 1
Have  ynu   used  GoldBworth's  Tea?
Every package guaranteed.
Fort Stkkmc Mkrcantii.k Co.
But It Will Surely Be Built This
Season-Other Railway Notes
of General Interest.
LOCAL   NOTES
Word has been received from Montreal
that Vice President Shaughnessy, of lhe
C, F. K., will not be able to start ou his
western trip until the latter part of next
month. This fact will, in all probability,
leave the question of the North Star
branch in suspense for awhile. At least
that would seem to be tbe case from all
information that is obtainable at this
time. The people of this district are
anxious to see this branch built, and especially are the people of Craubrook desirous of seeing work commenced <it an
early date. The building of this road
means much to Kimberly. It means
much to Cranbrook and it means much
to tbe district as a whole, since its completion would place two or three more
shipping mines in tbe field al once, and
mines, the output of which would add
largely to the reputation of the district
as a great mineral producing country.
That llle road will be built this season,
theie seems to he no doubt now, and it
is evidently only a question ol time and
preliminary arrangements. This branch
is one of many Important extensions and
improvements decided upon at the annua) meeting of the stockholders, aud
must necessarily wait its turn at lhe
bands of the managers of the company.
Railroad Notes.
Billy Williamson is now running thc
"strawberry" train.
The piles are being driven at Kuskonook for tbe Nelson & Bedlingtou slip.
Sir William Van Home owns 10,000
shares of C. P, R. stock aud Vice President Shanghuessy 400,
Col.  Brayton returned   fro"!   Nelson
last   evening where he   has been selling laud for tbe Kaslo & Slocan.
It is reported tbat theC. P. R. has secured running privileges over the Nelson
& Bedlingtou road from Kitchener to
Kuskpuook.
The railroad yard ia being thoroughly
cleaned, and as fast as disappearing frost
will permit will be placed in first class
sanitary condition.
John P. Stevens, who has just been
appointed to his old position of chief engineer of the Great Northern rood, will
receive a salary of {35,000 a year.
An exchange says that the Crows Nest
Pass railway commission cost the Dominion government $4,748, Of this
amount $2,367 went to John Appletou.
of Winnipeg, and $2,483 to Judge Dugas.
5
living lo or Visiting Cranbrook, Whom
We AH Know or Should.
R. G. Shier came over from Steele
Sunday.
J. Marshall, ot Fernie, was a Cranbrook visitor Monday.
Joe Neiderstadt, the Moyie brewer,
was in towu yesterday.
H. W. Armstrong, of Fort Steele, was
a Cranbrook visitor yesterday.
W. T. Reid expects to move his family
into his new house the first of tbe week.
Rev. Dunn, of the Fernie Presbyter-
iau church, came in last evening ou tbe
train,
C. Kauffman, of Moyie, came up this
week lo breath metropolitan air for a
few days.
W. F. Tate is iu Macleod looking after
the removal of his jewelry stock to
Cranbrook,
Mr. Hill, the clothier, went to Fort
Steele yesterday to secure relief from an
aching molar.
Fred Frith is recovering from his attack of quinsy, but Is not yet able to
leave his room,
N. Hanson came down from Wasa
yesterday to look after bis exteusive interests iu Cranbrook.    .
W. S Keay made his regular trip to
Femieithis week to attend to custom
matters in tbat town.
Gold Commissioner Armstrong was in
town last evening and * etui ned to Steele
this morning on the siage.
Mr. Stock, superintcida-nt of bridges
and buildings, returned last evening
bringing Mrs. Stock wilh him.
Word has been received from K. H,
Small, who is now in Vancouver, that
he will uot return for a week br ten days.
Tom Rooks, tbe Fort Steele telegraph
magnate, came over Monday to meet his
wffe who arrived from the west on the
evening train.
Frank Rankin, manager of the Wardner branch ofthe Fort Steele Mercantile
company, came up last night, returning
this morning.
Joseph Danpe, C. K., arrived last evening with bis party and will go to Kitchener to make a survey of that townsite
for the C. P. R.
VV. H, Dowsing, ol Nelson, who is interested in South Kast Kootenay with
T. G, Proctor, left Tuesday morning for
his home after, visiting Klko, Fort Steele
aud Craubrook.
J. K. Musgrave, of tbe Cosmopolitan
hotel, will leave about the first of the
month for points iu North Dakota and
Michigan for a brief vacation. Mr. Mus
grave has earned a vacation, and what is
more, by close attention to business and
shrewd investments he is so placed that
he cau well afford it.
_
V«f>*T9-fTTTVVVTrt>**«V*t->f-4
Picked Up About the Cily   by Asking
Questions  of  Many   People.
Do you want to be shaved right? Then
patronize Wm. DeVol.
John McPeake is building a two story
residence on Durlck avenue.
Teter MathfBou is butldli g an addition to his boute on H iket hill.
Miss Johnson, Saturday and Monday
night at lhe Presbyterian church.
Alex Goyotte tins the contract for
papering the new International hotel at
Fort Steele.
Good razo s. good workmanship and
latest modes are bringing treat success
to Wm. DeVol,
If you wnnt to enjoy a pleasant evening, go io bear Misa Johnson at the
Presbyterian church
It looks very much as if there would
be a bridge constructed on Louis street
for the benetit of the people living on
Baker bill.
T. G. Procter, manager for the Kootenay Valleys company, has let the contract for fencing .1 large acreage ofthe
company's lands )n 1-l.i.st Kootenay.
James Ryan, of the Cranbrook hotel,
has let the contract to James Grler for n
new iwo-story residence on South Hanson avenue and the frame is already up,
Constable Morris left for  Fernie this
morning with a man n imed Williams in
charge who is accused v( obtaining
money under false  pretenses from some
woman in Fernie-.
Skin disease means bad blood. Have
your blood purified by sweat baths, lt
ts Nature's remedy, and in spring time
your condition needs attention. Mc-
Farlane's barber shop.
The Cranbrook Lumber company is
running iis planer nights LO meet the demand for dressed lumber. This com-
bany has Uie (acuity of meeting any
emergency that may arist.
A. Chartrand & Brother have bought
out R. S. McNeil's bakery an I will continue the business. These gentleman
are experienced in their Hoe and will do
a good business iu Cranbrook,
Messrs. Pieper and Currie, the painters
and paper hangers, nre busy these days
keeping up with the demand for their
services. The boys are hustlers aud deserve the snecese lhey ate enjoying,
Tbe members of tbe prospective
I. O. O. F. lodge cf this city have been
Invited to attend a social reception of
the Nelson  Odd Fellows1 lodge to be
beid the latter part of this mouth.
Mr. Scoville came up from Macleod
last evening to look alter his interests in
Cranbrook. He expects to have his new
hardware store opened iu a short time,
as the room will lie ready for occupancy
in a few days.
Old timers sav tbat this is the most
backward spring tnat this section has
had for years. Tlie snow has melted
very liule in the hills, and in consequence the prospectus have not been
able to get out.
A notice in the Ottawa Citizen gives
tbe irforir.-i i- :: that a daughter was
bom to Mr. and .Mrs VY. L. Cranston,
of that city. They have many friends
in Moyie and Cranbrook who will read
this with pleasure.
Now is the timo to insure against typhoid and mountain fever; $3 00 a year,
$1500 a week Indemnity; also against
accidents connected with railway and
stage. Write for particulars to M, A.
Beale. Fort Steele, B, C.
It lo^ks now as if the I. O. O. F. lodge
that is to be organized in Cranbrook
will start out with a large membership.
The applications for initiation are
numerous and there are a large number
of old members litre now. r '   J
M. Mctnnes & Co. brought in a magnificent bunch of cattle last week from
the territory. There were about forty-
head, and will be slaughtered here in
Cranbrook for the company's numerous
markets in South Bast Kootenay.
F. H. Crossley has sold his book Bnd
stationery store to Mrs. I. K. Marsh 11-
sav, of Fort S eele, who took possession
Monday, Mr-. Marshallsay will make
her permanent home in Cranbrook and
devote her attention to the business she
his purchased.
George and Robert Laurie of Knier-ion,
Man., arrived la-t week with a carload
of stock and implements and will locate
in Cranbrook. They have started a
dalrv and chicken farm and will lie
ready for business this week. Tin: Hhh*
AU) is pleaded to see men like these
gentlemen become citizens of Cranbrook,
Jake Berkman. the  Wardner hotel
proprietor, was in t- wn Sunday* He
did not say what be mi here for, but il
is generally understood that hi* nunc as
chaperone to George Stabler   who bud
his   Sampsonian   locks   cut   off   nnd
adornerl himself with a glittering wi.i-.l-
coat that will be a thing of hei uty and a
jjy forever.
The Winnipeg Telegram, referring io
the extensive  business  done by J.   H.
Anderson & Co., commission nieicijinli
of that city, says that Cranbrook Is tba
point selected by them for the branch
they will establish in Bast Kooienay.
Mr. Anderson expects lo I.e in Cranbrook next month to make llie arrangements for opening a branch here.
(iood Morning I
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Rslmerc-Varkcr.
On Sunday, April 16,1899,Mr, Charles
Kstmere, of Kimberley, and Mrs. Helen
Vnrker, of Rossland, were united In
marriage at the latter place. Mr. Kstmere has returned to Kimberley and
Mrs. Kstmere will follow in about ten
days. TllK Hkrai.h extends congratulations.
Moyie Will Celebrate. •
Mopie is preparing to celebrate the
Queen's birthday in royal style, nnd invite the people of surrounding towns to
join with her on that day. The idea of
dividing the celebrations ii a good
thing. It insures success, and gives the
people au opportunity to get acquainted
with their neighbors. THE INTERNATIONAL,
WARDNBFl.   BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
Termr.  or   lubactiptlun  InvnrlnMy   in   ail Vain ■.•■*■
Ona Year  |! vO
Bis   Mcinthi  l.W
Advertlalni  rul.-«  'iirntitita]  on  appilciiliJii.
INTERNATIONAL    PRINTING    CO.,   PfOpS,
B-Mtos. Is perfectly patriotic now.
With her red brk-k buildings, her while
subway aud her blue stockings.
After a mnn has gnawed a good old
fashioned hardtack for au hour be is
lu a mood to remember pretty nearly
anything.
The St. Taul Dispatch says: "A one-
anned athlete has beeu walking around
the earth." Well, that's an 'armless
sort of amusement, Isn't It?
Why shouldn't Hon. Joseph Chamberlain believe in an English alliance
with America? Such an alliance has
worked all right lu his own case.
lt Is said now that tlie Herman Emperor designs many of the Empress'
gowns. He is able to do anything,
from directing hla nation's destiny to
dress-making.
The Denver Post complains because
"u Colorado poet hua made 'Dewey'
rhyme with 'glory.' " Why tltid fnult
•with that? lt Is u deed lo be proud of;
how did he do It?
A Western paper says the "tubercu-
losls has been commuiilcated to dogs
by French bacteriologists." The only
way a dog can be absolutely safe Is to
refuse to associate with such persons.
A contemporary clears up a doubtful
matter lu the following lucid manner;
"The name of the Spanish admiral at
Montljo and us Montojo. It Is doubtful,
ho Montljo and as Montojo." Ho, ho,
Is that so?
The authorities In Washington perpetrated a neat swindle on the Span-
lards In Cuba. ltlanco haa been Induced to exchange two American newspaper correspondents for a Spanish
colonel mid a physician.
Our Naval Academy, which has vindicated Its existence abundantly In
times past, him done it again In the
splendid gunnery of our naval officers,
the theory and practice of which ure
very thoroughly taught at Auuupolls,
The decadence of Spain Is illustrated
by the fact that from having been
once the possessor of much the greatest part uf North and South America
she has not now a safe coaling station,
mid before muny mouths aim will have
lout those she nominally owns,
Thc Beusc of proportion Is a line thing
to cultivate in these timet. "There
were heroes before Agamemnon," even
though there were no hysterical newspapers to declare It. And, by the way,
several brave deeds were done In this
very country somo thirty-live years
«Kt>*
the Philippines, wlih ihe possible et-
ceptlon of Manila, where tin- preseucu
of a few English. German nud A titer I*
ran residents, give Bome slgus of elvlll*
j zillion, tbe peoph* are iu tin- smuc primitive condition now ns when lhey mine
| under Spanish awny   three   ceuturles
j ago.   Nothing whatever bus been done
j to develop the vast revenues of the islands or to educate nud civilize the people.   All the means of public ins true*
Hon are III Ihe hands of religious societies, which use every effort to keep
the natives iu ignorance,   that   they
may be the more easily doniliuiled und
oppressed. The people are robbed that
none mn.v accumulate property euough
to send their children nway to tie educated, lt Is through the few that have
been sent abroad Hint the lute revolutions have been encouraged, and the
natives made to ten like the tyranuy
and despotism of Spain,
The American peoplo lnck something
of a quality which is certainly good for
the general community  thai of tcmic*
Ily in lhe defence of the small Individ
uul rights which the greater rights nre
sometimes found to depend mi in ihe
end. The American is a pi to ask liim
self, "Will It pay" to resist nn Infringe*
ment upon his rights'.' 11' It Is nol likely to "pay" he usually submits to the
outrage, Englishmen, mi lln* other
band, are tenacious of tbeir rights as
against corporations or public servants, even nl grenl tost to themselves.
Frenchmen enn also nu occasion show
a like spirit. A good example of It bus
lately been brought to ihe public attention In Paris,    A business man, forced
by a misadventure to wait nn hour aud
ii half at n railway Bin Hon, took up the
tnble of riltCS nnd charges, which the
riiilraad company wus required to keep
open to the public, He found thut tho
advertised run* for the I rip he waa
about to mnl*,.* was twenty-nine francs
and ninety-live centimes, whereas the
fare usually exacted was thirty francs.
When he bought bis ticket hu offered
twenty-nine francs and ninety-live centimes; the agent refused to give him n
ticket. Ho paid thirty francs under
protest, and after his return to the city
demanded the return of the excess
about one cent iu our money. The
company refused to refund It. lie
sued the railroad company for restitution, and won his case. The company
appeuled, and the Ilrst decision was
sustained. The case was then carried
to the Court of Cassation, the highest
court open to It. Again the decision
was In the clttsen's favor; the company
was ordered to restore the cent to hlin,
and to lower Its fare to the prescribed
figure, The litigation cost the company
more than three thousand francs, nnd
the citizen about a thousand, He had
vindicated n principle, and no doubt
considered himself well repaid. The
citizen would perhaps In onr country
be called "u kicker," but be was kicking lu the service of the community,
and the community owes him Its sincere thanks for his self-sacrifice.
THE ROSE.
The titles of the King of Spain suggest a large part of the history of the
world. He Is King of Jerusalem,
which Is Turkish; of Navarre, which la
French; of Gibraltar, which Ih British,
and of the East and West Indies, which
are largely British; Hnke of Brabant
uud Count of Flanders, now the two Independent kingdoms of Holland aud
Belgium; and sovereign of numerous
other lands long since independent or
under tho undisputed sway of other
powers. He bears upon hla person,
Indeed, an epitome of the glory and the
fall of Spain.
An Intelligent effort Is being mnde to
convince European nations that corn
bread, as the Yankee said of "punkln
pie," Is "wholesome vitals." Some
headway Is being made, aud since the
United States produces more than two
billion bushels, the export supply may
be regarded as equul to any demand
the corn evangelists operating In Europe can create. The royal family of
Denmark takes kindly to corn, ami
when fully converted, as seems probable, a European corn-fed aristocracy
may be created.
In New York,the great difficulty of the
vacant lot farms committee lu previous
years has been the obtaining of Mif-
llcleut land for the farms, but this
year It has for use during the summer
three hundred and twenty acres of
land In Pelham Bay Park. This Is now
tho fourth year tbut the vacant lot
farms huve been carried on In New
York City. Each year a small number
of men have been so trained In the
flrst principles of agriculture that they
have expressed a willingness to take
positions In the country, a.id Home few
heads of families have done ho. Thus
the vacant lot farms afford u kind of
farm training school.
China has at last made Its first concession to an American company. The
Secretary of State has received notice
that the American -China Development
Company Iuih been permitted to build a
railroad from Hankow ou the Yang*
tso-Klang Itiver to Canton In the Province of Quong-Tungi and thence to the
sea. The Hue will be '.mn mites loug
end will run through provinces tributary to a population of nearly 00,000,-
000 people. The company now Is negotiating for extensions to the main line,
which It Is also believed will be granted. With a view of enabling the Chinese ultimately to construct and operate railways tho American-China Development Company Is to establish a
school of practical Instruction In railways, where Chinese shall be educated
ln questions relating to railway construction, operation, and management.
All materials and apparatus for the
proposed road are to enter tbe Chinese
empire free of duty, In a manner similar to that adopted In the case of the
railway now running west from Tien-
Tsln. The granting of this concession
serves to emphasize the Importance of
our recent operations at tbe Philippines,
The conditions at Australia and the
Philippines show the differences ln the
methods of government practiced by
Great Britain and Spain. In Australia
practically the same civilized conditions exist as In England, and everything that can be done to reform the
natives Is being done. But there nre
no cities In Europe that arc more finely built than Sydney and .Melbourne or
which enjoy a higher civilization.   In
The Koreans are exhibiting the wildest delight over the announcement that
their king is about to marry. This act
on Ills part means more to those people than Is commonly supposed by
such us are Ignorant of some of the
curious customs of that people. The
king takes precedence In nil matrimonial affairs, for ao long as the king
Is single uo marriage may take place In
his domains among his subjects. All
good Koreans, therefore, who obey the
letter of the law religiously uud patriotically postpone their weddings until
tbe king has taken a spouse unto himself. Among the common people this
law Is not strictly obeyed, but among
the nobility nnd the better class of
people no ono would think of marrying before the king, ns such n violation
of the law would cause the offender to
lose caste. But marriages are arranged
lu Korea without reference to the parties to It, and "falling in love" Is a
thing uf which a Korean Is never
guilty. Since the murder of the queen,
some two years or more ago, none of
the members of good families have
married, and the people, more than a
year since, became so Impatient for
the king to wed that they expressed
their discontent openly. The king's advisers mnde known to him the dissatisfaction among bis subjects, nud he began the work of hunting Up a wife.
Although he Is over 00 years of age
his choice was the daughter of n nobleman who bad not reached her sixteenth
year. His ministers objected to Ihe
king mnking that kind of a fool of himself- since It Is against the time-honored
customs of the empire for the king to
take it wife so many years his Junior.
The advice of the ministers prevailed,
but while the king abandoned the
maiden he could not be Induced to look
with favor upon any of the others
whom his advisers presented for his
selection. This set the people again ill
a rage, and finally the (dug delegated
to Ills advisors tbo power Of selecting
a wife for him without his Interference. This selection bus been made,
aud the future queen of Korea Is reported to be very handsome, according
to Asiatic Ideas of beauty, ami about
BO year of age.
Cat-) Tor Ita lib I is.
Cats have served heretofore as a substitute for rabbits. So particular complaint was mnde in Paris ngniiiHt the
HubslltllHon until recently. For some
reason there has arisen a great outcry against the slaughter of marketable
eats, and French Ingenuity has been
tnxed to supply the deficiency. This
Is found In a particular breed of African monkey, aud these animals are
being imported Into France In large
numbers to furnish thc basis for ruble
de llevre—broiled backs of rabbits.
The African monkeys lend themselves
very readily to the disguise, as their
backs are very fat nnd fleshy, Un.li-
blts, under any culinary treatment, are
food. They are mainly valuable as
strengthened of saueo and soup
Stocks. For this purpose they nre superior almost to any other sort of game.
- New York Sun.
Tobacco as a 11a ro me ter.
A plug of tobacco Is as good a barometer as any one needs. As long as tbe
weather Is to be fine the tobacco will
be dry, and If there Is not too much
sugar and licorice in It It will crumble
like bark. But Just before rain the tobacco will get damp mid flexible, and
tbe moisture In the nir will make It almost clammy.
Time   and   court-plaster   heal   all
wounds.
O Love's star, over Eden,
How pale and faint thou art!
Now lest, now seen above,
Thy while rays point ind dart.
0 tender o'er her move,
Sliinc out and take my part!
1 have sent her the rose of love,
Ami shut In the rose in my heart
The fireflies glitler nnd rush
In the dark of the sum hut mpadj
Pale on the hawthorn bush,
Bright on tlie larkspur Heed;
And lung is heaven nllu-.li
To give my rose God-speed
If she breathe a kiss, it will blush;
If she bruise a leaf, It will bleed.
O bright star over Eden,
Ail beautiful thou art;
To day, in the rose, the rose,"
For my love I have periled my heart;
Now eye the dying glows
From the placid isles depart,
Tlie rose-bathed planet knows
ll is hers, my rose, my heart I
-Century.
WITH THK
PRICE OF BLOOD.
SOLA VEJAIt, simple child of n
guileless race, believed In ber very
soul that wealth would outweigh
In the heart of Antonio Mnscavel the
beauty of Itefugio Oartias, great und
renowned though that might be.
Therefore, aud for this ouly, did she
sigh for riches and hate the poverty
wiih which Providence hud sect tit to
curse her. For Sola was not beautiful,
save for Hie beauty tlmt some find lu a
firm clilu and a powerful mouth, a wido
forehead and deep eyes overset with
mighty brows—which may have their
Charm for the student or his kind, hut
not for a lover, and, least of all, for a
Mexican lover.
Antonio Maacovel preferred the type
of Refugio—small-featured, red-lipped,
sofi-eyed, graceful, and lovely ub a
dark Venus. Aud his opinion was also
that of the surrounding country, of the
city of Los Angeles, and tbe mission of
Sun Gabriel, The fame of the daughter of Qartlas hud spread even among
the Americans, and when strangers
asked to be shown a beautiful Mexican, they were taken to the bouse of
Gnrfins, upou the outskirts of Souora
town. So It mny be supposed tbat Itefugio had lovers. They came from far
uud near, and from every rank of California life. There was an American
whose fortune was vast and as generously spent as fortunes were lu the early fifties; there wns nn Englishman
with n determination to have her at
any cost, even at that of n few lives—a
tendency of character which accounted
for his presence ln the Stntes nnd for
his expatriation there wns a priest who
was eating out his wretched soul for
her, nud who hnd so fnr fallen from
grace ns lo have told her bo; there were
Innumerable Mexicans, ranchers, shopkeepers, desperadoes, and gamblers, All
followed tamely aud suppllautly iu Refugio's train.
But she loved only Mascavel. She admitted It at last to Senor Garflas, when
that wiry Utile creature demanded that
she make a choice. The senor was
aghast. The possibility of It had uot
occurred lo hlm.
"Antonio Mnscavell" lie said. "But
you do uot know hlm."
Refugio nodded her little head. "SI,"
Hhe said.
"Where have you seen him?"
She was uot minded to tell of tbe
meetings In the wlllow-hldden bed of
tbe nrroyo, ao she held her pence.
"But the man Ib a bad character. He
Is a gambler."
Still Itefugio was silent. There must
be better arguments than faults, vices,
or crimes to bring against the unanswerable one that a woman loves.
Of this Senor Garflas became gradually aware afler he bad protested for
hours and for dnys, and after finding
that despite his prohibitions, despite
close supervision, his fair daughter and
Mascavel were In constant communication.
Then he hunted out Antonio himself
where he sat playing at cards lu the
bur-room of the Lafayette, nnd he
pleaded with him, courteously and respectfully, for Mascavel was a big
man and a desperate one. But he, too,
answered that he loved, nnd when all
wns snid and done. It had gone uo farther thnn this, that they both loved,
nml Hint wisdom might stand aside.
Garflas went with his battled hopes
to Senor Vcjar—tho brother of Sola.
Tbe house of Vejar-n two-romed adobe
which had never been whitewashed—
Btood several hundred yards farther
north along the road than that of Garflas. It was the last oue before tbe
open country, and had no neighbors.
Senor Volar wub much younger than
Onrllas. He hud the same mighty brow
and powerful mon Hi that made bis sis
ter hideous lo n race lhat loves alt
things gentle mid gracious, He was
one of those who pined for Refugio, but
her father did not kuow tills. Ho he
tub) hlm Hie whole Htory of his thwarted will und plans, and Implored advice
ns he mnde a cigarette,
"If It were not for the cursed laws of
the Urlngoos; If things were as they
were lu my youth, I could force my
own daughter to marry the mnn I
pleased," he said,
Vejar shook his head. "You can uot
do that," he answered.
"What, then, shall 1 do?" Garflas
was moved to the point of tears, They
hung on his long black lashes and dropped on bis old blue overalls.
The situation was too complicated to
be set straight In a moment, lt was
uot simplified by Vejnr's having his
own suit nnd chances to consider. "I
can not advise you nt ouce," he said: "I
will think nnd will help you, if I cnu, In
the morning." He took counsel with
his sister when Garflas had ridden
away.
"Oh!" snarled Sola, "the love of Antonio! A thousand dollars would bury
It so deep that It would never rise
again."
"Yel," said her brother, not understanding woman, "you would be glad
to have It,"
The deep eyes shone. She shrugged
her shoulders, "Yes, 1 would be glad
lo have it. And 1 could have It for a
thousand dollars—perhaps less."
"At that cost you must be content to
go without lt. What advice shall 1
give to Don Gnrflns?"
"How should I know? Let hlm see
to his own troubles, and be glad that
your sister Is not so beautiful that you
huve uo peace because of her."
It was long after dark when a horse
stopped at Vejar's adobe. Vejar had
been asleep. He Jumped up aud went
to tbe door. He had his finger on thu
trigger of bla revolver. A man stood
under the broken-down rnmadn. Before he spoke, the Mexican had seen by
the moonlight Hint he wns a Gringo.
They talked together In low tones until
Sola Joined them, rubbing her eyes and
moving noiselessly, with ber bare feet,
across the dirt floor.
"This man," said her brother, "Ib an
American. He says he Iiub rlddeu all
day to get Into Lob Angeles before
night, but his horse went lame. It la
so bad uow that he can go uo farther,
and he wishes to stay here until morning."
"Let him Btay," said Soln, not too
graciously. "He can have my bed. I
cannot sleep."
Vejar grunted In much contempt.
"Mascavel does not He awake for you,"
he said.
Sola mnde uo answer. She accepted
the fact She put the American upon
the blanket-covered willow boughs that
Rhe culled her bed. Her brother tied
Iho horse beside his own In tho roofless adobe outhouse, und fed It some
buy. He did nothing for Its lame foot.
The suffering of a dumb brute Is a
matter of utter Indifference to a Mexican, when it Is uot cause for laughtr.
Tho American waa a mere youth,
Sola saw that when the patch of moonlight finally worked around to where
he lay. He was so still that sho begun
to think he might be dead. So she rose
from where she sut upon the floor, lean-
lug against the wall, and went near to
see If he wero breathing. It seemed
that he slept very lightly, for he started up, with his left hand upon his belt
and hte right hand upon his revolver.
"You were bo still I thought you
might be dead," snid Sola, ln her deep,
placid voice, full of the Indian sweetness of souud. He took his hand from
the weapon and lay back shamefacedly. It was only a woman, a thick-set,
lazy, good-hearted Mexican. He hnd
not been able to see ber face, and be
did not kuow that the comfortless pat-
let was her bed. He turned on It and
fell asleep again. But Sola was thinking, jbong after her brother was
dreaming In the next room she crouched, looking Into the darkness with her
great, wide eyes—seeing nothing. And
ln her brain run tbe clink of the colus
as the young Gringo had put his hand
to his belt. There was a purpose In her
unflinching mind. That she debated It
therein was due only to her uncertainty as to how many coins hnd clinked,
as to whether there were enough to
buy Antonio Mascavel. Five hundred
dollars would do It—for a time. After
that he might kill her; or he might let
her live and go away with Refugio-
which would be worse. He wub a
gambler through and through, and
none the less bo because of beiug luckless. A few hundred dollars In actual
cash would present to bim unlimited
possibilities of the wealth that It might
win. And there Is nlways the poor
chance, In a woman's mind, that Hie
man may learn to love as she loves.
He might forget Refugio; or sbe might
mnrry some one else.
Fifteen minutes later she went Into
tho room where ber brother lay upou
a bed like her own. She roused hlm
with her bare foot. He lurued with a
sleepy grunt.
"Get up nud come here," she said.
She was uot a capricious creature, lt
was her way to do little, but that ln
dogged earnest. So Vejar sprung up
aud went with her. She stopped beside the bed and pointed dowu to the
body.
"I have killed hlm," she said.
Vejar made no answer. He did not
understand.
"I hnve killed him," she repeated.
"You take hlm away nud bury hlm."
lt flashed upon Vejar that what bla
sister said was true. He was frightened. He dropped dowu beside tbo
body aud dragged It Into the streak of
moonlight.
"Tako care," Soln warned him; "tf
there Ib blood ou the floor lt cuu be
seen. I can burn the blauket thnt Is
en the bed; uud no one saw hlm come."
Vejar let tbe body fall, and Btood up
facing ber. She could Bee the dreadful
light la his eyes, but Bhe did not enre.
"You can turn his horse loose and It
will never be known," she said, Indifferently. "He had money. There Is
eight hundred dollars. I have counted
lt.   Antonio will marry mc for thnt."
Vejar struck her dowu with a blow
on the ureest. She aat upou the floor as
quietly as If she were busking lu the
sun, dreaming the eternal Mexican
dreams.
"If you hit me again, I shall say that
you did It.   They would believe me."
Vejar stood thinking, with the body
and the woman at hla feet. He knew
that she wus right. The Grlugoei
would believe a woman. It was tin
custom of the fools. She held his lift
In her hard, broad bands', and sh<
would give It for the sake of the soft
eyed gambler ns calmly, ns relentless
ly ns she bad glvcu that of the bo;
between them,
Hu carried the body oul nnd burled I
before dawn, far from the adobe, ink
ho skillfully Hint there were no travel
of the Hpot. Then he turned the lam*
horse 'oose, uud 1' wandered Into till
town.
For the snke of tbo forty gold pleeet
that were Sola Vejnr's dowry that bIk
bad come by, be did not ask how—nm
cure that conjured up visions of limit'
less wealth tu be won, Antonio Mas
cavel consented to take her and let tht
ungllded beauty of Refugio Garflas go,
Many Americans disappeared In
those days, and wero never accounted
for. It wub bo with the one who had
started from the Snn Fernnudo district
to Lob Angeles, foolishly carrying a
large ntnount of gold In his belt—some
said more than a thousand dollars.
The sheriff and a posse searched und
dlil not find him; that was all.
Antonio lived with Sola for n yenr,
and she wns happy—through no fault
of his. His luck turned, and he won,
with her nest-egg, the fortune he had
dreamed of. Having done so, he left
lier and weut across the border.
For a long time Sola mourned, sullenly nnd deeply; then—Vejar having
been killed at a round-up by an enraged Bteer—she took up her abode
with Refugio, and became a devoted
nnd patient nurse to her children.
For Itefugio had married the rich
American, nnd hnd long since forgiven
Hie defection of Mascavel aud the
woman who had caused It,—Gweudolo/
Overtop, lu the Argonaut
LOYALTY OF CUBAN WOMEN.
Tbey Are the Bravest Foes with Whoa
Bpain Mas Had to Deal.
Cuban men In arms frequently present themselves for pardon. No Cuban
woman has ever been known to barter
fealty for mercy. There are traitors In
Cuba, but they are never women,
Under the Weyler regimu Havana
wub full of devoted women, reared lu
Indolence aud luxury, who were tireless In tbeir successful efforts to get
word from one scattered rebel baud to
another, aud to send ihem food, medicines and clothing. These womeu were
far better couslprutors than their fathers and brothers, for Cuban men must
talk, aud therefore rarely hatch a plot
before It Is revealed. The women In
that country, nt least, seemed to know
the value of silence. They said little of
war, even among themselves, but to
Americans they were singularly confiding. This Instantaneous and perfect
trust was at times startling, und made
one breathe a fervent prayer that It
might never be betrayed. It led to
many strange experiences that could
Ih- treated ns news and sent to a dally
Journal, for the required publication of
names would have tended to swell the
already overcrowded and vile quarters
for women lu tbe Island Jails and prisons. Beautiful and delicate setiorlias
would Impulsively dress up lu boys'
clothes to Illustrate to America ns how
they stole out at night to the near-by
haunts of lover or brother lu ihe "Long
Grass," ns the Insurgents' camps were
called; how thoy secreted food In false
pockets; how letters whose envelopes
hnd been dipped In Ink were hidden In
their black hair; bow medicines were
carried iu canes, nnd cloth for clothes
or wounds concealed In the lining of
their coals. Oue girl, disguised as a
vender, had frequently carried to the
woods dynamite lu egg shells deftly put
together. She hns hnd many thrilling
experiences, but her narrowest escape
was when a Spanish soldier by the roadside insisted on taking from the basket
an egg, to let Its contents drop hi a hot
snd ready pan. He was with difficulty
persuaded to forego the meal. The
dynamite wns mnde by another woman,
who carefully obtained the Ingredients
at various times aud at widely scattered drug stores.
A Great Fire Dos.
The following story can be vouched
for, and In recognition of the timely
action of the dog, the Alliance Assurance Company, with whom the premises were Insured, have awarded a bII-
ver medal to Zulu, fully realizing his
sagacity lu preventing what would
otherwise have been a disastrous fire,
with considerable danger to tlie occupiers of fhe house. Zulu, who sleeps
In the basement of a large house In a
fashionable quarter of oue of our largest cities, was early oue Sunday morning lately roused by nn outbreak of
fire, whleh had apparently been smoldering for some time between the floor
of the dining-room and celling of the
room below. He, after repeatedly
scratching at the bedroom door of one
of the servants, succeeded In waking
her. Thinking thc dog must be unwell,
she let bim Into ber room, and got Into
lied again, but was uot allowed to sleep,
as Zulu, Bitting close by her bedside,
kept "talking" to ber (as she describes
It) so vigorously that she suspected
sonifthiug must be wrong. On getting
up the dog appeared so delighted that
she followed hlm out of Hie room, and
on looking Into one of the rooms discovered the celling burning.
Upon rousing the owner of the house,
who Immediately had the fire alarm
rung (which wns fortunately close at
hand). Zulu, seeming to know he bad
doue his duty, rushed upstairs to his
mistress, and left the house with the
children, evidently satisfied thnt he had
fulfilled his part, On the fire brigade's
arrival It was found that the fire had
taken serious hold, and only required
more air I which wonld have beeu glveu
In another ten minutes by the collapse
of the hearthstone, et cetera), to burst
Into flame In several places. The damage by heat and smoke was very great,
and had air been admitted nothing
could have saved the entire dwelling,
as the Joists between tbe flooring were
burning from end to end of the room.
Pro onging a Holiday.
A soldier sends a contemporary a
story of one of his comrades, a private,
who recently found himself an Inmate
of a military hospital. Immensely
pleased with hla altered conditions, and
blissfully conscious Mint his pay was
steadily running on, he felt positively
grieved one morning to find himself
feeling ns well aa ever he had done.
The doctor paid his usual visit with
the clinical thermometer, which found
b resting place under Tommy Atkins'
tongue. While the physician's attention was distracted, however, the lu
Htrument was gently trausferred to u
basin of hot tea standing near, and,
after a few moments, deftly returned,
und finally bunded back with Hie mercury rigid at one hundred and twenty.
"Great Heavens!" exclaimed the doctor, aghast, bin professional calmness
rudely shattered. "Yon ought lo be
stone dead, man; nobody was known
lo live ut anything like that! Get quick
to bed; your case Is a desperate oue!"
Machine tor Fine Writing.
A machine has been Invented which
Is composed of exquisitely graduated
wheels rubbing a tiny diamond point
at the end of un almost equally tiny
arm, whereby one la able to write upon
glnss the whole of the Lord's prayer
within a space measuring no more
than the dot over the letter "I" lu common print. A specimen of this marvelous microscopic writing was enlarged by photography and every letter and
point was perfect and could be read
with ease.
No c pan lull for Iter.
Mabel—So you and Edward have
brokou off? What ever could have happened?
Gertrude—We got to talking about
Porto Rico and he criticised my pronunciation of Sau Juan, so I told him
I believed he was purt Spaniard anyway, and after that, of course, it waa
impossible for us to ever be anything
but strangers.
Hirer Nil* Not Destructive.
Tbe River Nile has Its rises, but those
thnt do mischief are uot frequent, During the lust 1,000 years there has been
only one sudden rise of the Nile, that
of 1820, when 80,000 people were
drowned. ^
A small boy says the proper time to
gather fruit la when tbe dog ts chulned.
THE MILITARY GIRL.
A New Type Brought About by Our
Wur wlih K pn in.
With a bouiid the military girl has
sprung Into fashion. Oue of her ways
Is the temporary abolition of the kiss—
bo far ns other girls are concerned.
Meeting ber dearest friend, she salutes
In a true army way. She does not
grub her or remark, "You dear thing!"
The arms of both girls are raised
promptly to their bats, and then shoved
out with a quick movement, Then they
are dropped to their sides und stay
there.
The walk of the military girl Is
marked by a firm step forward, a rather
longer step than usual, and the shoulders are held well back, the head steadily up, with the eyes looking straight
forward, and the chest Is thrown well
out. This new type of girl when she
turns swings nrouud cleanly on her
TUB MILITARY GIRL.
heels, for alt the world like a genuine
army man.
The new military conversation, or
rather the host of military phrases,
heard these days is exceedingly Interesting. A girl returns from some shopping expedition. Before the wnr was
started she would have said very simply: "I'll go up nud tell mother about
lt." Now her phrase Is. "I'll go and
give the countersign to mother." Or,
telling n sister to say such and such
to her father, she wilt say, "Ueport to
headquarters."
"Advance Into the other room," Is
the proper wny to put It now, and, Instead of speaking of going up or down
stairs you should sny, If you would be
really In form nowadays, "I'm going
aloft," or 'Tui going below."
Betaking one's self to one's downy
couch Is expressed by the words. "I'm
going to turn lu," nud on the street,
when two, or three or four girls nre
walking together, there are of tern to be
beard these words of command, "Itlght
about face!" and "Forward, march!'1.
MARS AND CUPID.
lien.   Wesley   Merrltt   Has   Won   the
Heart of a Handsome Chicago Girl,
Miss Laura Williams,   of  Chicago
whose betrothal to Hen. Wesley Merrltt was announce d recent'}', nn 1
whose marriage will lake pluee on the
General's return from the Philippines,
la a handsome and attractive young
woman of 'io. Her hair and complex-
Ion are very light, nnd she Ih tall nml
slender. She Is fond of horseback ild
Ing, bicycling, golf, and outdoor sports,
and is very wealthy, Miss Williams
Ib a granddaughter of the late John O.
Oaton, who left nn Immense fortune
and made her one of his principal heirs.
Her father, Norman Williams, founded the Chli'ilgo Telephone Company
and tbe Eastern Electric Company, He
drew up the papers forming tlie Pullman Palace Cur Company, nnd was n
MISS I.AUK-A  WILLIAMS.
delegate lo the Paris Electrical Expo
sltlou lu 1HHH. Despite the disparity
ln the nges of Gen. Merrill and IiIh betrothed, he being-over 110, It Is a OfllQ
of genuine love on both sides.
A Verbal BtrugRle.
Fifty long mimes have been Invented
and used for thu apparatus by which
photographs from a siicci-skIoh of pictures are thrown on a screen and made
to appear as moving figures. "Bio
graph" and "motogruph" nre the simplest. "Pauonimogrnph" and "chrono-
photograpboscope" are among the long
est. "Cinematograph" and "klneto-
scope" are among thc most common lu
use. "Phantoflcopo" and "vltngrnph"
are the most poetical sounding. "Thent-
ograph" nnd "motorscope" nre not bad.
What "lobsterscope" nnd "cormlno-
graph" ore derived from no one but tbe
Inventors know. Here Is a flue chance
for the struggle for existence among
fifty words. .May the best word win
and the fittest survive.—Hartford Cotir-
ant,	
Organ Played by KleotMelty.
Electricity Is used to operate n newly
designed pipe organ, the keys closing
circuits, which operate magnetic colts,
to control tbe air valves, nnd the stops
being operated by switches arranged
above the keyboard.
Ancle.>t Keys at Metal.
Keys of bronze and Iron have been
found In Greece and Italy (luting from
at least the seventh century before
Christ
There are forty varieties of the tobacco plant.
A Chinaman eats twice as much meat
ts a Japanese.
Bootblacks are seldom seen oa t*-e
itreeUi of Berlin.
In tbe whole of Greece there are only
162 newspapers.
A Kaffir's religion consists mostly lu
tinging and dancing.
In India there Is a fly which attacks
ind devours large spiders.
Silver money 250 years old Is still la
circulation lu some parts of Spain.
A map of Jerusalem In mosaic, over
1,000 yeans old, has been found ln Palestine, i
The River Jordan makes the greatest
descent tn the shortest distance of almost any stream.
Massachusetts contemplates the ex*
pendlture of $2,000 for the Illumination
tf the dome of the State house.
It Ik estimated that at least 1,000,000
■round*, of rubber Is annually used ln
lhe manufacture of bicycle tires.
The average duration of human Ufa
In European countries Is greatest lu
Sweden and Norway aud lowest In It*
ily and Austria.
Admission to Holyrood pathce and
■•Impel will hereafter be free, the British government having divided to dis-
-oiitliiuv the taking of fees.
Italy has followed New York's lead In
Ighilug the splitting habit. Notices In
mauy streets and railroad cars request
passengers to abstain uu the grounds
>f decency and health.
.Mr. Lea of Worcestershire sauce
faqie, left an estate of $'l,:*15O,000: his
partner, Perrln, left nearly as much.
They began life as druggists In a small
way In an English country town.
Monster, In Westphalia, has a public
school which has just celebrated tbe
1,100th anniversary of Its foundation.
It Is the St. Paul gymnasium, and waa
originally a convent school.
One French citizen Is doing his best
to save his country from depopulation.
A new recruit lu Paris startled the enrollment board by announcing that he
was the thirty-fourth child of bis
father.
 ■
Skillfully Managed.
Not long ago, a young and handsome
mnn was appointed as chief of one ol
the bureaus ln a department of tba
French Government where women
clerks are In a large majority. From
the moment he assumed control Mr. X
was annoyed by his feminine subordinates, who sought every -excuse to visit
hlm and lodge complaints or report
silly gossip about some of their number. In desperation he appealed to the
head of the department, but that functionary told hlm he must settle the difficulty himself or resign. The disturbances continued, nud seemingly tbe
young chief paid no attention to the reports and gossip. But at the end of ths
month he assembled his clerks and
read aloud to them a record of tbe complaints he had received and by whom
made* "I do this," he explained, "with
the hope that as soon as yon know of
what you nre Individually accused, you
will endeavor to correct your faults and
thus aid me lu mnking of this a model
bureau." He retired from the room,
leaving a crowd of Irate women who
were as angry at each other ai with
hlm. Since that time Mr. X has not
been molested, and none of the clerks
are on speaking terms with each other.
Ex-United States Senator "Cerro Gordo" Williams is slowly dying at his home
in Mount Sterling, Ky.
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The Cheapest, moat comfortable snd dl>
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Canada and ths United States.
The only Hns running through Tourist
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Through Tourist Cars to St. Paul daily.
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The surveyor's chain
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transcontinental route.
It Is the moat modern In equipment.
It Is the heaviest rolled line.
It has a rock-ballast rauilli.it.
It crosses no Hand deserts.
Jt whs built without land grant or government aid.
It la noted for the courtesy of Ita employes.
It Is the only line serving meals on tht
la carte plan.
For maps, tickets and complete Information call on or address International
Navigation & Trading Company agents,
K. * 8. railway agents, or
Kootenny connection at Uonner'i ferry Ids ,
Sunday and Wednesday.
TRAINS I.HAVK Sl'OKANB.
Westward S.Ma.n
Kutwsrd l.so p.m
C. O. DIXON, General Agsat,
■pokans. Wa.sk>
». I WHJTNET, 0. F. A T. A..
■t Paul, Mas, Was Prostrated
A Victim ot Distressing Sick Headaches Finds Relief.
"For nearly 80 years l wassubjecttoslck
headaches wliicb ut times completely pros*
trated me. 1 was Induced to try Hood's
Gursapnrillu. anil after tukiiij* a ten bot tips
I was entirely free from sick headaches
and I have hail no rt'< urreuee of them
since."—.Mrs. II. A. Smith, Box 658, Walla
Walls, Wa.*h. Remember
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Ii America's lirenir.-t Mediclnu. |l; six Ior |o.
Hood's PI'lS l'11"* nil Over Ilia.    25 cents.
ABOUT HOME HADE AWNINGS.
A (.'-•■■ill C«
mrort iii lint Went bev <
I,lltll' Oust.
If housekeepers knew the comfort to bo
■eeured during tho summer from window
avrnlngfl all would have them ovell though
somo personal morKlcfl wns needed to
moot the light expense, U one buys the
regular Iron fuimei Uiat'cmi be ralstal
when not needed for protection, nml the
iimiIv niiitli' fi Wiling i lulli, lhey lire ruliiei'
expensive, bnt very Bnllsruclory ouos enn
be  imiile al. honiO at   litlle cost   by  |,ilv
in» inn- Incli ships nf lumber long onough
to  reach   from   lhe top of  lhe    window
frame Iwo-thlrda tlio length of tho window, wilh (I xtoiislon strips about, two
feel. Imi-- ami a cross strip as liiii^ an tho
window casing is wide.   The sido frames
,are naileil, one on each side of tlm window frame al the tup, at. siloh nu angle
that Ihe lower ends cau he nailed to one
end of the extension ships, thu other
end of whleh is nailed to the .side nf (he
window caso. The other or liftii sin*)
being fastened across at oaoh end of the
long strips where they join the extension strips to hold thom iu place and
make the frame more solid. When complete tlie frame roaches from tho top of
the window down to about two-thirds of
its depth extending outward at least two
feet below. It Is then ready for thc cover
which may be made of heavy unbleached
muslin, one long, straight strip down the
center with a long triangular strip down
each wide, the seams coining down over
the. side frames. This effectually excludes
the snn aud nt the same time admits of
a free circulation of the air. One can
hardly believe what a difference it will
make in thc temperature of a room if the
snn shines fnll upon the windows and
having been once used, none would ever
willingly he without Ihem again.
One of the novel Ideas of decorative
effect in Japan is to catch fireflies, keep
them in a cage or box of wire until guests
arrive, atul then release Ihem in the gar-
STRAITS   OP   GIBRALTAR.
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Kegotlnttou are said to bo going on between Pro
PratlCO Is to SOCliro territory ou the coast   of   Moi
Britain's formidable und famous rock or Gibraltar,
Grout iiritain for control of tbo entrance to the .\ii
credited wiih having ugreod to the arrangement, nud Spain'
Is to be Franco's support lu the wnr ugulnst the United State
ce and Spain whereby
icco d Iree Ily opposite
thus competing with
llterronehu. Russia Is
umpensntlon
SHERMAN IN RETIREMENT.
Uow   the   Kuiiiiiiia   Ohl   HI (ilex mun   Is
Kprilillug Ilia Dm lliitim  hu.m.
Dvory evening after dinner an old
man hIIh al the library window lu hla
handsome while atone house, lu K
sheet, Washington, and watcbOS lhe
people ns they pass along the street
or gazes abstractedly at the beautiful
park across ihe way, says a correspondent, lie holds a i-lgur lu his huml.
but he seems to smoke Utile, lie sits
there quietly till the mnn dimes In to
turn ou the llghls. Then ho gets up
ami scuta himself by the tabic covered
with the papers of the day ami his favorite books, or goes upstairs to join
his family lu the sitting-room. This is
John Shcrmnn, Die statesman who hns
been n conspicuous figure In the affairs of the nation for more thnn two
score years, nud Is now entering upon
a period of well-earned ro.-t.
An old neighbor or a distant relative
<*nn always flud tbe way through the
tuning-fork, within the rnngo of the
sounds emitted by the female. In oilier words, lm 1 r nud drum*} Jusi answer
(o one nuother. We mny, therefore,
reasonably conclude that the female
Hlugs In order to please and attract her
wandering mate, uud that the untt-ii-
mie of the mali- are orpins of hearing
Whlch catch and respond to the bussing music she pours forth for her
lover's ears. A Whole swarm of giiuls
can bo brought down, indeed, by uttering (he appropriate note of (he
race; you cou call them Bomewhat us
you can call male glowworms by showing a light which lhey mistake fur thy
female.*— Strand Magazine.
SCYTHES IN A CHURCH.
Cromwell's Meu Used Them with Terrible Ktfect In a Battle at Wlncebj.
Iu the seventeenth century, when
Oliver Cromwell was a power lu England, agricultural Implements were
turned Into swords, and did a great
m_n
THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS
is due not only to the originality and
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the care and skill with which it ia
manufactured by scientific processes
known to thc Cai.ifou.via Fig Svrup
Co. only, and we wish to impress upon
all the importance of purchasing the
true and originnl remedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured
by the California Fio Kvruf Co.
only, a knowledge of that foot will
assist one in avoiding the worthless
imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the California Fio .Syiut Co. with the medical profession, nnd the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
given to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of Its remedy. It is
far in advance of all other laxatives,
as It acts on the  kidneys, liver and
bowels without Irritating or weakening them, und it does not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
effects, please remember thc name of
the Company —
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A JEALOUS HORSE,
fle Rescuted tbe Ait of HI.* Mletreaa ■■
Ft-rdimi Another Defers Hin.
(hie of the passions which lhe horse
and tlie dog share with man Is that
'green-eyed monster" against which
Othello was warned. A certain English retriever Is so fond of children
:liat he will penult, without even
growling, one of them to take a bone
nit of his mouth. Yet the sight of his
■ouster caressing Ebal saint* child will
lause him to put his paws on his master's legs and Insert Ids nose between
the father's arms and the child's body.
\s for horses, no one familiar with
•bein will doubt this Btory, told by tlie
Sew York Observer:
lu a Imarillug stable In  Nt-iv    York
ihere Is a horse whose name is "Tat-
ns." lie is the pel of Mrs, D„ who
>wns and drives hlin; and It Is evident
to ull who know them thai horse and
inner are very food of each other.
Bhe always elves liim uu apple or
Carrot before starting oa a drive, aud
mother on returning, ihe latter being
[gives after his bridle has been rcmov-
•d; and lie has learned to wail patient-
y for the dainty until thai Mine.
DU tin.' same iloor of the stable Ih Mr.
B,"a horse, 'Thli." Mrs. I>. used fn-
liiciitly to give an apple io 1'hll, afler
giving one to Tatters. The latter would
manifest displeasure nt this In a mild
wny, but his demonstrations never
■vein beyond the ishuLIng of his head
tnd laying back of his ears.
Hut one evening, while Tatters, who
sad just come In, was waiting for the
removal of his bridle, Phil, who was
ihead of hlm, was the recipient of an
ipple from Mrs. 1 >.'s hand, as she stood
■ulkiny to Mr. B.
A moment later the groom had re-
aioved Tatter's bridle, and ut ouce his
miBtress offered him his apple, lie
turned his head awav, uml refused to
»ueh the fruit. Mrs. I), followed him
litu his stall, and tried to coax him;
>ut he began munching hin hay, and
ivould not look at her.
Then Mr. It., and after hlm the
groom, tried to Induce .Cutters io take
rhe apple, but to no purpose; he was
mrt because his mistress had given au
ipple to mil before giving one to hlm,
tnd he would not forgive the affront.
ills owner's feelings were much like
•hose of the horse, aud she left the sialic with tears In her eves. Before
itartlug out the next day, -she hnd a
Irlcnd give a carrot Instead of au apple
lo Tatters, lu the hope that, If he luul
not forgotten the uu Iut ended affront,
the carrot might break the associallou
with the apple.
lie took the Carrol eagerly. Then he
:ook one from his mistress's baud, and
rou may be sure she has never since
:heu given apple or carrot to anothor
.lorse while Tatters was In sight.
A Total Disability Claim of $1,650 Paid to a
Man Who Was Afterward Cured.
The Monitor, a newspaper published at vented bim fTom opening his mouth will-  Indetd lata in tern better health than vken 1
Meaford,  Out., Canada,   tir-t discovered [rlently wide to take solid rood.   The doc- j gae* you the tint imtaniew.u
this rase two vears ago, and published li at t.n-s railed the disease -pnial sclerosis, and ;    "Do you still attribute your cure to tht
length, which uow seems, owing u» -he ail Mini heiould net live.                         ' use of Dr. Williams' I'ink i'Ml-,."' asked
cure uf It, to he a miracle.    The facta were For three vears he lingered Inthiscondl-  .Ut> Monitor.
mi remarkable that nmnv people doubted iim:. Then bv some friends he was advised "Unquestionably I do," was the reply.
the truth of them, They said: "It Is too lo take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills lor Pale Peo- "Doctors bad failed, a> had also tba uum-
remarkable; it cannot possiblv be true; pie, lie took them and tbere wasastlght emus remedies recommended by my
the puper Is mistaken, and 'the man, change. The tlrst thing noted wns a teitfleii- friends. Nothing I took had tbe slightest
ultlioiii-i) be mnv think himself cured, will c\ toswenl rreelv, This (.bowed there was eflVcl upon me until I began tbe useofDr.
■oon relapse Inio Ins runner condition-." ■"»« Mfl> left '»■'>» iie'plw-s body. {Cut Williams' Pink Pills 7b this tfondn/ul
etc., etc, The accuracy of lis reportcalleu came a tittle feeling in bis limbs. This medltite / ou* my relents from tht living
Into question, tbe monitor determined t" extended, followed by pricking sensations, nV-tA. I have since recommended these
And out denultelv whether the tan. were until nt laat bl I began to course freely, pills to many of my friends, wid the versa stated aud wbe'ther ibe man would real- naturally and vigorously through his bodv, diet i- always in their favor. 1 sballalwayi
Ivstov iiired. They accordingly kepi a und the helplessness gave way to returning bless the day I was induced to take them,"
close watch on the case for »«*o |/«iri after strength, the ability io walk returned, und Such Is ihe history of one ofthe most re-
tbe lirst article appeared, aud have Just he mu restored to hit eld time health.              markabte cases ol modern times.  Can any
EX-flKCRKTAKT OF STATE SflERMAy.
cold formality ot Sherman's mauner to
his kindly heart. Although he will
probably mako occasional visits to his
old homo in Ohio. Mr. Sherman will
continue to live In Washington, lie
has established his home there, and ims
made large investments in real estate
ami other Washington properties,
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THE MOSQUITO'S SONG.
A Mndrlitiil, Not   «   War Cry   How to
Catch tiie Pinner,
You can best observe the mosquito
lu actliin by lettlog one settle mulls
imbed on lhe back of .your baud, nud
wolfing while ahe tills herself with
your blood; you etui easily watch her
doing so With a pocket lens. Like the
old lady in 'Tfckwlek," she Is soon
"swelling wlsibly," She gorges herself
wlih blood, indeed, which she itralgbt-
way digests, nssimllatcs, and converts
Inlo 800 Oggl, Hut If. while alio la
sucking, you gently ami unobthislvely
tighten the skin of your hand by
clenching your list hard, you win flud
ihat ibe ciiiiuot any longer withdraw
her miuullhlcs: tbey arc CfiUghl fust In
your flesh by tlicir i;wn luirjionii like
tooth, nnd there she musl stop ntrolil-
Ingly iin you choose to release her.  ir
you thOU kill ber In the ustiiil manner,
by a Hiuart ship of lhe band, yotl will
see that sbe is tlierally full nf blood,
IinVlUg sucked a good drop of It.
The humming sound Itself by which
the mnsqitlln ainionuci's her approach
lug visit Is produced In two dlstlnet
manners. The deeper notes which go
to make up her droning song are due
to the rapid vibration of the female Insect's wings iih she tiles; and these vl
bratloiia are found by means of a siren
(an Instrument which measures the
frequency of the ,waves In notes) to
amount to about .'1,000 In a minute.
The mosquito's wings must therefore
move with this extraordinary rapidity,
which stirlk'Ieiitly accounts for the dif-
Qoulty we have In catching one. But
the higher and shriller notes of the
complex melody are due to special
strldulaling organs situated like little
drums on the openings of the air tubes;
for the adult mosquito breathes no
longer by one or two ulr entrances oh
the talt or bnck, like the larva, but by
a number of splrncles, as they nre
called, arranged in rows along the
sides of the body and communicating
with the network of Internal air chambers,
Tho curious mosquito music thus
generuted by the little drums serves almost beyond a doubt as a means of attracting male mosquitoes, for It is
known that the long hairs on the an-
teuune ot the males vibrate sympathetically in unison with the notes of a
deal of damage. I'roiuwell fought n
great mnny battles, but one of the
bloodiest of them wus the battle of
Wlneeby. It was nl this contest between the Puritans ami Royalists that
scythes were used, and some of the Implements that were wielded Willi BllC'h
terrible effect are now  to be seen  In
the church of St Mary, Horncastle, as
depicted in the Illustration.
It Appears thai the Scythes were collected after the battle. Local history
records that a narrow rond near Wluco*
by Is still known as "Slash l.nne," owing io the numbers which fell on this
memorable occasion. Ovor r-oo were
•d-iut-hici'i-d In one place, owing In n
gate being closed through which they
SCVTIIKS IS HotlNl ASTI.K niimcu,
were attempting tu pass. These scythes
ami hay knives, some of which yel remain lu the slinfis to which they were
affixed In order to render Ihem ihu
more formidable as weapons of defense, are placed against the wall, over
the north entrance. Inside St, .Mary's
Ohurch, and are In a fair state of preservation,
It cycle In the Pulpit.
A queer story coiiies from Springfield, .Mass. A minister of thai city, it
Is said, received his bicycle as ,i present
from thc cqmpuny on condition ihat it
should bo advertised by him from the
pulpit, in order to fulfil] hlx contract
he preached a sermon on "Sunshine
from Between tha wheels," and at (iio
close he announced to his hearers the
name of the wheel he rode and advised
them to get only good ones-Boston
Herald.
HEADACHE.
-tometlmer- Independent, but Cnuully
Indicative of Disease I,He where.
lleudmhc is sometimes an ludepend-
'iit affection, occurring as a symptom
>t actual disease of some of the structures in the lu-ad Itself. Ihe skin, bone,
nerves or brain; but usually It Is a
tyiuptoni of aufenerul condition, or of
llsease In some one of the digestive or-
jiinK. It occurs almost Invariably at
ionic stage, usually the beginning, of
the various fevers, and often Is the
,-hlef cause of complaint.
Apart from such cases, headache may
be occasional only, aud Is then usually
traceable to Indiscretion in eating or
Irlnklng, or possibly smoking, to exposure to the bot sun or a cold wind, to
overfatigue, want of sleep, or to some
other easily discoverable cause. Such
i headache Is usually relieved by a cup
A Idai-k coffee or a glnss of carbonated
water containing perhaps a half-tea-
ipoonful of bicarbonate of soda, followed by rest in a darkened but cool
md well-aired room.
The habitual headache, which recurs
K more or less frequent intervals, Is
more difficult to trace to Its fuuse, aud
more difficult lo cure. Such a head-
iche may be due to eyc-stralu, to dyspepsia, cousiiii-utlDU, mental overwork
jr worry, catarrhiU trouble, disease of
the liver or kidneys, or It may be gouty
n lis nature.
Qouty headache Is .much more com-
-non than Is usually supposed, ami oo-
nir-* often In those who have uo other
llgn of the disease. It Is, perhaps, the
uost frequent kind of headache In per-
tons over thirty years old.
Iu children and young pcrsuiis per-
dsicut headache may often he traced
lo eye-strain. This headache comes ou
usually lu tbo afternoon, after the eyea
tuid beeu used for iv-idlug or study,
md grows steadily worse until evening.
lu cases of persistent headache, attention should first be paid to the digestive organs; coffee, tea uud alcohol)?
irluks should be excluded, the amount
af meat reduced, and the bowels i-egu-
lated, Smokers should be very moder-
He, or, better still, stop smoking entirely for a time, If, after n faithful trial,
these precautions result In no Improvement, (he sufferer should consult an
)CUl|St tu determine whether eye-stmlu
may not be the cause of the trouble.
In uo case should domes!Ic dosing
with advertised "headache cures" be
indulged lu, as the continual use of
these preparations Is apt to lend to the
formatlou of a drug habit, difficult, If
aot Impossible, to cure,—Youth's Companion,
Farm Signboards.
Farmers will be Interested In a practical Idea suggested by one of the editors of the Michigan Farmer, tie advises the erection of a farm signboard,
of planed and mulched lumber, surrounded hy a molding, with tl*« iinine
of the farm nnd Its owner painted iti
large white letters on black buck ground
at the lop, and wiih its lower part
painted with black paint aud liquid
RlntlRg, for using crayons in advertising whnt the owner wants to buy, procure or dispose of. Thus every farmer
becomes his own advertiser,
Nut Sustained by Souls.
A minister with a beggarly salary
■vent to bis deacon asking for au Increase. "Salary!" cried the deacon In
plotls horror; "salary! Why, I thought
l*mi worked for souls!" "And so 1 do,"
re-idled rhe minister, "but I cannot eat
mills. And If I could it would take a
Komi many soiiIh the size of yours lo
make a dish."
vnMank*,
'4Uate4C&Z*n**
^-Dollars
—tZ, Mjf£dZa^pjmmwm
The above ia the substance of tbo Brut
■tide published by tin- Afonftor,   Now rot-
i\y some clippings, taken frum the tame
i fnc limile vf the chtrk yiten he the Ctmdimt   paper two years afterward, and there [a not
Mutual Life AMiKiittlan for $tbW.0Oa>noi.vt thesliKhtost shadow of a doubt, lu view ot
f tatal dimli Hy c aim paiti by them to Mr,   this testimony,   tlmt   Mr.   Fetch's "
now published another article about it In
which tie orijiiiiai repott* a e etimp'etett/ ten-  n
lied, the cure * permanent, anrf  (Am,   lothUsh
if the check given he the (,««i
Fetch,
The lirst account staled that the patient
(see address below) bud been a paralytic
for five vears, that there was such a total
lack or fouling in bis limbs and body Hm>
,i pin run full length could not befell;
that he could not walk or helji himself at
all; fur two years he was not dressed i furthermore that he was blunted, was for tbat
reason almost uureeogiilxable, and could
permanent,   Hire roll
Ou being again  que
said: "Viiii see thosi
now natural uml elastic.
hard and will t seusa
pierce them witb  n  pin
feel it, and wlmi is true »l
ni ihe rest <>l mv body, I
observed that  f have in
the
stioiicd,  Mr
iv
reason almost uiiret-oKiiii*.uhle, and could use a cane, and can get about my business
not get his clothes oil. Tlie luiralyMs was ■ perfectly well. Vnti may --uy Cuff ft bao-
■jo complete as to all'ect the face and prs->|iufs.,yfiarieablai(o»iveanM«g|is->ineweH/.
one »T. in the face of inch testimony that
l>r. WllU&mt-.' I'ink 1'ilis are not entitled to
the careful conslderatU t' any sudhlng
man, woman or child T Is not the case ia
truth a miracle of modem medletusl
To make the evidence ootnplete we pub>
lish above a flic simile cul of the checs re-
reived bv Mr   Pelch team the Canadian
Mutual Lite Assorlatlnn, t-ciM-llieuiii.'iiut
due).tm for lots! disability. It Isunneces-
-aiv t.i add thai tins lifts InsuranceaasocJa*
ilmi diil urn pay ibii la-ye amount of
imutey to Mr Fetch, except after the most
i-mfui examlnaiion of hte condition by
ih-ir medical experts, They wmet hats re*
garded tnm a- forever incurable.
Mr Petnlt's address ta ah follows: Hsu-
ben Veh h, Grienvtlte, Out. Uansda,
A NEW ORLEANS CHRISTMAS.
Tlie   Iiln
ffliike
mil   Unsaid   of   Klretvorka
1 I.Ike Fourth of July,
"Tlio days preceding Christmas are
punctuated at intervals wiih tbu atinip
tones of firecrackers, merely to keep the
world from forgetting tbat Christmas te
almost at baud," writes Julia Truitt BUIt-
op of "Where Clirlsttnna is Like Fourth
of July," descriptive of Christmas scenes
und customs in New Orleans, iu tbe July
LadicV Home -Journal, "Due firecracker
at a time is set olf, fur it te sinful to
waste a whole bunch at once until Christmas eve. Every night the tumult increases, a kind of jubilant upplutme in
mild explosives, a mere Intimation of
what is coming later. Every business
house which can under any pretense
'handle' fireworks, handles them by the
(on. Even the windows of the grocery
stores are filled with them, for the grocer
has recognized that there are people in
Xew Orleans who may dispense with roast
turkey stuffed with Unfiles, but nobodyL
ran do without fireworks. There areL
hundreds of children who never hung up
a stocking, but every one of them would!
think the world was coining to an end
if there were no fireworks fur him on the
one night of all the year."
CAN AFFORD TO HAVE A COW
\m   Aneoilnte  ol  Mother   MeKlulej'a
\ Ult hi the \\ lihe lluiuv.
"Just after President McKinley"* in
augurntion he had his relative-* who were
in the iny at .i family dinner .it the
While House,'' say*, the July Ladles'
Hume Journal in an Illustrated anecdotal biography of the president "It was
a largo company and a very good dinner.
Dear old   Mother  McKinley was there,
but she was nut very talkative.   She was
too hajfpy for words.    Hut she kept .1
sharp eye mi llie dinner, and no detail uf
it escaped her.   She was impressed by
the quantity of cream served with the
fruit .ind coffee, fur she. looked up at her
son iu her sweet way and saldi
"'William, you mint keep a cow now.'
"Some of the younger members of th*
family pnrly found it difficult to suppren
a smile, but the president] with his usual
tnct and graclousneas, repliedi
'"Yes, mother, we can afford to have a
iw now, ami have all the cream we can
i"ibh* use.'"
■ One firm in Austria uses ten tons of
phosphorus a year and turn* cut 25,000,-
000 matches.
The hat which Major General Joe
Wheeler will probably wear in hi* campaigning te one that be ha* worn for the
lasl fifteen yeaia. It is a sdi black li.it.
which he generally thrusts Into ix i *-= pocket
*.» ben he i-* not wearing it.
U i- feared that the Incident will causa
■i spill in the insmgent party, Sandleo
being influential and the only insurgent
leader capable nf administration. The In-
-ni'-. nt* fear th.u i,eiier.it Aguinaldo will
shoot Artaehio, unless Admiral Dewey Interferes, .i- he te suspicious that Sandico
intended to form an opposition party.
I In 1840 the late I>ord Playfair suggested the petroleum industry, and afterward that of rurallin candles, and induced
hi* fijend Jaine*  Young to establish   a
manufactory of both.
One of the most beautiful orchids was
recently exhibited in London. It was a
.ihiie flower, shaped like a sea gull with
outspread wing*, and a gold ami Vermillion heart. It came from Venezuela, and
'*o*t  $5,000.
A  \V«y tu TrniiH|inri  Milk.
An improved method * f pre-serving milk
for transportation is stated to have developed an important new industry in
Sweden and Denmark, Ths milk is collected at a central station from neighboring farms, and is there pasteurised at
nbout 170 degree* Fahrenheit, after which
part of it is frozen at about 13 degrees.
The blocks of frozen milk are placed in
The rudder frame for the bat tie-ship
Illinois has arrived at the Newport News
ship yard from the Cleveland Iron Forge
Works. Tlie weight uf this frame is ,11,-
HOD pounds.
.Smolensk in Russia has a peculiar lottery four times a year. A young girl if [stout, wooden casks, which tbey" half fill,
rallied for in 5,000 one ruble shares. The sterilized milk being poured Into the re-
winner marries the girl and receives the malnlng space. The casks are then her
money from tho lottery as her dowry. Hi tactically sealed, and, aa they are per-
he prefers, he may assign her and the fectly full and kept cool by "the frozen
dowry to some one else. Sometimes the masses, the milk cannot be'churned into
girl refuses to marry the winner, in which j butter in transportation, nnd may 1-e kept
case the money from the lottery is di* jn good condition for at least twenty days,
vided between them. j This makes it possible for the Danes a"ni
Congress has appropriated $75,000 for  Swedes to supply    even    England    and
improvement of Indian Territory jails.     France with whole cargoes nf milk.
A Cascade county company In Montana	
has just sold its clip of wool at 15 cents,     Ideut George N. Hayward,   of   the
Britain makes $20,000,000 a year profit' cruiser Baltimore, in a letter to a relative
ont of its poBtofflces. in Detroit, says: "My one hop' is that
At    Knston, Fa., lasl    week, George we ihall retain the Philippine (.'roup for
Sausslr luul a severe spell of vomiting, over.   It is worth nil of Chins and :i
during which he disgorged from his atom*, hundred Cuba*, nml lhe in habitants de
itch n live lizard, which jumped about at j sire it."
n lively rate before being captured. Sans-  _____.___M^^__M^^^^^__,„__
sir drank of water from bis cistern  at *~	
night and swallowed something alive.
Dining the [mst six months he suffered
terribly  and   lost   llesh  until   he was a
mere skeleton.
The  finest complexions  in   thc  world
aro said to be in the Bermudas,   This is     m|„   «,„„., i,  „      ,    ,■-   «        .
.   , .     .     ,,    .   ,' ..   ."7,    .  ,   .        Mrs. Madok lUnrocK.   176   Second
.Mounted lor I.,' th. hot that Uie m ml, „    (!rM(1 „ ^
iuinl. livo fh>clI.v_o,,_o„lon,, ol wliloh ,„ub|,   w|lh' |u   ItllBdi8,  Mlie,
Some one ha* undertaken to show how
Ireland might 1* made to prosper, There
are 2.000 parishes which ought to turn
out 50 pigs weekly. This would give a
desirable total of 6,200,000 annually.
which, at a f.iir average price, would
bring in an in-ome of £]•.','«"."• *'.
TBI    ALLEN'S   ruUMAHS.
CODLD NOT SLEEP.
-Mra. Pinkham Relieved Her of AU
Her Troubles.
A ;■> *•'.*■: :■■'■*■ -.■■:..*■. Into the ihoea.
At tfiia season your feei ttel swollen, tier-
touj, and hut, tnd get tired (-aiily. If you
have smartftHt fe«t or tight inoes, try
Allen'i Foot-En.**. It co-mI* ibe feel md
mikes walking easy, Cures swollen and
sweating feet, blisters and callous apots.
Reltevea corns and bunions of all pain and
?ivts rest and comfort Ten thousand tea-
ini-jiiials of cures. In* it today, bold by
sll dru-r-nits and iboe stores for 23c. Bent
by mail for 35c in Stamps, Trial packats
FKEB. Address Allan S. Olmsted, La
Roy, New York.
Ths British army rifle has 82 component parts, in the production of wnieh
025 maehfnes arc employed, ai well ni
carious processes which do not require
machinery.
liI.WAI.i;   OP OIlVTMBlSTi   FOB  CA-
TAftnii tii.it cohtain mkhcchv.
Ai -T.^rc-JT- wi!) mii>ljr dasUCT the MOM t,f
tmoll ar.il ef-*n[,let»ly -1-T»*uc: tiin WbolS *V-
ten- wht-n MlUnni It thro-Jirfi tt'" BMWOOi ■ur-
tac-t.    Jiu-.h art I clri -Uifmli) DSVfl  bi u»*-il  SS-
■*e(it  on  praaeriptioM  tram  rtpotabls  pnysl*
lan-i, f,n llie lUmafre thr-y will <li In ten-foi J
to the r"""I y''i OSS petrrlliiy ileriv* frifm ttn-m.
(lall'i Catsrrtl 'iir-1. •tu.nufa'-lijrt-l ly t*. J.
dtSOer * t'o.. Tuk'lo, O., ciiialna nu mt-r-
tah»n   inieniallv.   BStlBI   'lln-f-tly
upon
I'aMl   I
-'jyiriK   Ha,
I of the
they export over 17,000,000 pounds an-
Dually*
An Inventor iu India bus constructed
an upixtratua for eoukliiR hy the bent cf
the nun. It i-i'M-i-is of a box mude uf
WOOd nnd lined with reflecting mirrors, nt
the bottom of the box bi-inj- u .-rn.ill copper boiler, covered with f,'In.vi to retain
the he.it of the rays conccutratcd by mirrors upon the boiler, ln this contrivance
uny sort of food mny be quickly cooked.
and pains,
now she  Is well,     iicre
are her own words:
" Your    Vegetable Compound has
made me feel like
a new person.
He fore   I   began  taking it
I was all run
down.feltti red
and sleepy most
of    the   time,
had  pains   In
my   back  and
side, and such
terrible
headaches
l*>   aur-t
cou Kft tht it--n-jin*.   li ii lakstn latsraallr,
md mail* In Totsde,  Hhlo,  hy Y. J.  CbSMJ *
'a.   Tf-itim-itnlaii free.
Hulil  by  Iiruaiclata,  prlre 7L> per  Mil*.
Hall'a   Family   1'llla art-   trie Oret-
No mnn should be proud; uo mnn
ever lived whose neighbors dldnt' pity
hla wife.
I Cold Climate, flljr Brain.
j   The i-oiiitr tb" illmntu Ihu greuler
I die else of the human bralu.
f.euem) Aguinaldo placed under arrest
the rebel leaders, Artiu-hio and Sandfco,
for luiving revealed the fact that the
-steamer Passtg, recently seized by the
Hong Kong authorities, was ludcn with
nnu*. for the insurgents. Sandico appealed
to Consul   Willinm-, and   was liberated.
He is now on (ward tlie Nanshan.
Coffee wns Introduced into the Philippines from llraxil in the latter part of
thc eighteenth century. latterly the export Ims decreased greatly. It used to
average 2,600 tons a year, but has recently sunk to only HOO. This Is probably due lo tho revolution, for the coffee
is of good quality, some of it excellent.
In the neighborhood nf Dalevillc, Ind.,
the midge is ravaging the growing wheat, it all troubles have gone. My monthly
Many flm-tooking fields almost ready for [ rickness used to he so painful, but have
reaping are worthless, the heads not being not hud the slightest pain since talcing
filled with grain. Until the pest appeared pour medicine. I cannot praise your
the prospects were excellent for the most Vegetable Compound too much. My
bountiful harvest of wheal in years, Susband and friends ace such a change
The frees in the streets of Paris an*   n me. I look ao much better and hare
looked nfter by a public official appoint* *ome color In my face.**
cd just for thnt purpose, and therefore!   Mra. Pinkham Invites women who aro
the Parisian streets nlways look beauM- ill to write to her at Lynn, Mass.. for
ful. I 'dvice, which Is freely offered.
beggar having Jusi dlsd in fanes
iis trunk wen- found stock Mcurlties
led at 1,000,000 francs, In his cellar
- fuund inn bottles of rare wine,
PIT! PwnwBwni Cared,  Ho flisot Dervowuws
nit nt-.* ii -: oafs u-w or Ut. k..i..-« inm
yarn -testorer,  --u.: for mt-tt t«.oo trui
•"■till'mi.I timllM-.   I-n.  IL It KUSK, U>1, ■...!
Alt'ti atrvet, I'tilladiliiltla, l'i.
"My Pretty June"    was    written    by
Henry Rowly Bishop—afterward Sir Hen-
iv Rowly Bishop—who composed ui*o
over .50 operas for per forma nee at C'ovent
tjarden.
all the time,
andcouldnot
sleep well
nights. I also   had     ovarian
trouble   Through
the  advice   of  a
friend    I    began
thi-uM-of Lydia K.
Plnkham's Vegetable Compound,
and Blnca taking
PIso'S Cure for Consumpllon has sa-'.'-l
mi- large doctor bills.—c. L. Baker, 4<fS
Regent Bq., Philadelphia, Pa., Uec. 8, '**i.
The clock nl thc houses of parliament
is the largest in the world. The dials are
'32 feet in diameter. Tlie pendulum is
15 feet long. The hour bell is 8 feet high
nnd 0 feet in diameter, and weigh* nearly  10  tons.    The hammer alone weigh.4
more thnn lot) pounds.
The castle of Heidelhurg is the largest in Germany.
noiTT's son OO L  run bots.
At ntirlingame, Han Mateo county, Cat.,
is on* of the most thorough, careful ami
! practical "Horns School" to be found on
j tbe PaelttO Coast,    Aeeredlted at State and
jtanford Universities. Thorough preparation for business, Mend for catatonia,  lm
i ). It-Hi,   I'll.   U,  1-rluciiisl.   Tlii-opens
I lug 01 li. CRANBROOK  HERALD
THURSDAY,   APRIL   20,   1899.
v, k. si.Mi'suN. Editor nut Manager.
'll.UMS oi' SL'llSL'ltll'TION:
The Herald desires to give the news of tiie
district, if you know any about your town,
your initio or your people, send u to tills ofHco.
Tin* Herald Job olHof* is hilly equipped, and
Ilrst cla-.-. wink K guaranteed.
Tin- Herald is wltlely circulated throughout
South East Kootenay, ii covers tin- H-*ld ami is
u valuable advertising inutlluni. Rates made
known on uppllctltlou.
ttittttfrttttt-)*-)**) -JS* *MsV
J Call and Sec Us        Eastern Prices *
...THE...
B. C.
Clothing ** House
MAGGS & HUGHES
5 C. Maggs
£ Ute of Hudson
* Ility eiiiii|iiuiv,
,<* Winnipeg.
is
F. W. Hughes  *
late oft' I*,
stores, Winnipeg,
CONDITIONS   WILL   IMPROVE.
No man visits Cranbrook and noe-*
Away   without  becoming  enthusiastic
over tin? future of this town. Those wlio
nre posted ou the country freely admit
that South East Kootenay will experience a great movement forward during
tlit* next twelve months, and no one dispute.-* tbo fact that this will give it
14re:it growth to Craubrook, These conclusions are natural. Cranbrook te so
situated lhat no other result could he
possible, It la the ceulor of business,
of mining, o( railroad transactions,
liven people who have all their interests in other towns iu 1111* district acknowledge, tliis to be a fact. And this
condition means increased prosperity
aud continual growth. Not only for
Cruubrook, but for every other lown iu
lhe district. South Kast Kootenay is
bound to be a great country, for the development of its vast mineral deposits
has just started.
Miss E. Pauline Johnson
The Indian poet, will appear in Crnn
brook Saturday and Monday evening at
the Presbyterian church in her unique
Indian stones. It will he u rare treat
und one that the people cannot afford to
miss. 	
OU for London.
Col. linker and V. Hyde Baker expect
to leave next Saturday for Winnipeg and
Montreal, where the colonel will transact
business connected with the townsite
They will iheu go to New York aud sail
on May 3 for England.
wtE uie the lienrt-breakers
w or high priors. Eastern
store now in Cranbrook for
prices.    Thi* .nudity of our
UOoill  Is the  best, ami  Uie
sty os are np>to*dnts  ...
Suits, from $7 Up
Choice Neckwear, 35c Up
Wo nlio carry a lino or lailhs'
silk blouses D.ressmnklnn on
liu'iin-mho-iliy Miss I'li'li-Her-
Into of Poti steels, Tuadver-
tbfl UiW uv-iarliiu-nt wu will
mako completi', iiirlinluii" nui-
t.'iiiii, ngoodblnoKotitli skirt
fnr 8tt,7o, Mall orders attend*   .
ed |)rom|it y   5;
An Athletic Association.
A meeting of the Craubrook Athletic
association will be held at the Toronto
Clothing store next Tuesday evening fot
the purpose of reorganizing for this season. It is desired that tbere should be a
full attendance of all persons interested
iu nthlctic spurts.
The Metal Market.
New York, April 17.—Silver certificates
60 (ty frijie,
Hur silver, 5<i;.sC
Mexican dollars, <175hc.
Like copper, $18,500.
Lead, $4 32J. (<> $4 35. Selling price
for miners and smelters, $4.10,
Chickens In Demand.
The demand for chickens aud ej^s nt
this time is very heavy, and it would be
an easy matter to dispose of a lar^c number of bens if they could be secured at
anything like reasonable prices, Nearly every householder would like to have
u few chickens if it were possible to yel
them ut this time
(iooil Words fur The Herald.
Republic (Wash.) Record! I'm-
CRANUROOK Hkh.u.ij lias finished Itt
first year of existence, and although so
jnung, il is one ol tbe best local papers
in U. 0.
Cascade Record: Tlie Cranbrook
Herald, published iu one of the best
towns in East Kootenay, has entered
upon its second year of life. It is a first-
class local paper.
1»
*    IV
1 )|ip iiauu of Conuncrc
„„ Cranbrook
%*tttit*ltit***********&
pORT STEELE CIGAR STORE,
K. 11. KARATOFSKY. Prop.
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigars.
Wills Brand of Tobacco.   Pool and Billiards.
i'oit Steele,    -    British Columbia.
Wood and Freight.
J. H. McMULLIN
CltANliltOOK, 11. 0.
Is Prepared to Furnish Wood
and Deliver Same Promptly on
order. Well seasoned and cul
to stove length,
FREIGHTING AND HAULING
Of nil kinds will receive prompt
attention.
W. F. TATE
The Jeweler
Will have liis new stick hero In two or
threo weeks. At present lie 11 locaeil
one iloor east of the bank of Commerce
Eakln Block
Craubrook
S»ng Lee
Proprietor of the
Vancouver
 Laundry-**
The new building west of The
Herald office, The best of
work. Cull ami see him. His
prices ure the lowest.
Are You dt dt *\
Going to Build •
If bo, see...
JAMES QREER
Contractor and Builder
CRANBROOK, V British Columbia.
************************************************
CV> A \IRD.n.nkr ,s the divisional point of the Crows
ViX/\I1DiaVWIV Nest Pass Railroad.
ff C?t"51tlHtannl*<r ^as a l0=s*a-' roun*-* house, large machine
H ^   ClIIUI UUiV shops, expensive railroad buildings and extensive railroad yards.
M Cranbrook 's the natural and commercial center of South East
ltl Kootenay.
Cranbrook Is the headquarters for wholesale houses and corporations of South East Kootenay.
Cranbrook Is the best starting point for all the mining districts in M
South East Kootenay. W
Cranbrook Is building rapidly and her population is increasing week after ft
week. $3
Cranbrook offers the best field today for business men, builders, contractors, ^
manufacturers and investors.
For further information, maps and prices of lots, apply to
L. A. HAMILTON,
B. C. LAND INVESTT1ENT, AGENCY,      C. P. R. Land Commissioner,
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER. WINNIPEG, MANITOBA
V. HYDE BAKER, Local Agent
He is a busy man, because he pleases
the people, hut he will furnish you plans
and specifications, and ^ive you estimates ou any building idea you mat
have.
Cranbrook
J,   J,   B. C.
California : Wine : Co.
....NELSON, B. C.
Best Brands Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention
NOTICE.
Notion is hereby given Hint sixty days after
date 1 iniontl tonpplj totiioC'bictUomiiiliuituiior
of Luiah ami Works fur imrmlssloii tn inirclinst,
tin* follow lui! described land 11 Common I ih al
iiortliwosl eoinor or lot 87 btoch 1, llictioo ea-X in
ehnliis, tlioncu north 10 ohnlns, ihenee west*U>
oiinliis, thoiico following the bond of tlio river tn
point ni ooniinouociiieiit, containing 110 acres
" l     ' KUzabotli M. Pcnwlck.
luiU'ii ;it i'ort Steolo, April-I, ism. 4
dSNAP
House, Lot and Shack
lu best res*idulllial
portion nf town . .
Only $365.00
McVittie & Hutchison
Leave your order to get
Your Yard Cleaned
~oan
o
Or Freighting of any kind at
Toronto Clothing Store.
. Prompt Attention.
' Prices Moderate,
S. J. MARSH,
Freighter.
Parrott Bros.
„,Dealers In.,
SS Feed SS
cud
Farm S Produce
The best of..
Hay and Oats
On liaiul at nil tlinCE
Call and see us	
Van llortie nvenue, between
Commercial nml Royal hotels
J. LEASK, S THE TAILOR
The Bcsl Stock, Ihe Mosl Satisfactory Prices, and
first-Class Work.      Repairing Neatly Executed.
MAKES SUITS THAT FIT
siaiaiiisaiiiiiiiacimKiiia^iiiaiimiiii^iimi
11 SELL IT! 1
Fort Steele UC-Ci
Brewing Co.'s   POftCr
and
•••
Best on Earth   Jt
In Wood or Bottles
Joe Mitchell, Agt.
Cranbrook, B. C.
r
ROYAL HOTEL,
THOMAS WCLLMAN, Prop'r.
Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
First Gass in Every Respect.
CRANBROOK ST. CRANBROOK, B. C
S»-^.tMh<>->-* **n*>
J. H. KINQ
Physician and Surgeon.
OFFlCH-SllUltl.OCK   III.O0K,
CRANHUOOK,    ::::::    B, G.
II. L. Cummins, C. E.
PROVINCIAL LAND SlIRVIiVilll
I'OHT HTIIKI.II,   1   1   llltltlall COLUMBIA
C. L. HILLIARD,
General
Blacksmith
CRANBROOK, B. C,
HORSB8IIORINO,    MINING WORK
AND GRNHRAI, Rl'I'AIRlNG.
WAGON   WOOD-WORK
Promt,Liy /attended tc,
The Cranbrook
Lumber Co.
Saw and Planing Mills
:::AT
CRANBROOK, B. C.
I
 AU.   KINIlS   OF-
Rough and
Dressed Lumber, f
Dimension Lumber.
Shingles and
flotildings.
TN STOCK OU MADE TO OltDEH.
P
ioneer
Hardware
Store S S
Nails...
Hnve advanced 65c per keg,
Glafwover 30 per cent, Oils,
Paints, Etc., in propc rliou.
Our Prices Remain
the Same	
G. H. HINER, Prop,
While the present stock last.
A large stuck of Stoves ami
General Hardware on hand.
Tinsuiithtng In connection,
AH work promptly executed.
■-♦-•<5)   [»>•♦-•♦-»♦♦-•*♦-»•> tt<<t«»»««
or.
H
M. Mclnnes g Co,
Wholesale and Retail...
BUTCHERS
Ferine, Wardner,
Cranbrook,
Fort Steele,
Moyie.
» a a a+a~aa-ma aa.aa®^
T. A. Creighton,
The Grocer.
Have you seen his stock ?   It includes the best of everything,
fresh and up to date.
Notions, Furnishings, etc.
Fruit, Fish and Oysters.
The housewife end the bachelor should deal with hlm,   It will pay them.
(£» •• ... .......
. . . • am-na ,i,,.immi{
COSMOPOLITAN J SMALL &Ml)SflRAVEi
HOTEL       ?      Proprietors-
This hotel has just been opened to the public. The building
is one of the best in East Kootenay. The furniture is new
and the table is first-class. We have every facility for pleasing
the public and we propose to do it.
Warmed Throughout by Furnace Heat.
Cranbrook, B. C.
Rates, $2.00 per day.
Short orders day and night.
^•♦*® (•)•♦••
. a . . ... a a . . m^^a®
Cranbrook
Hotel s &
(incsts Comfort a Specialty
Qood Stabling ih Connection
Nearest to rallioad and depot,    Has accommodations Tor the public unequalled in Cranbrook.
RYAN & MORRISON
aaa a *>•+_, ©♦♦♦♦♦«
* MORRISON t!
Proprietors j j
Commercial Hotel...
Baker Street, Cranbrook, II. C.
Conducted on the European Plan
WELL APPOINTED CLUB ROOMS
Best Wines and  Liquors at the  Bar
im*****.**tt.**tt******.**.m**.*t*************t*.***_
.East Kootenay
S Hotel S
T. T. Richards %
Proprietor nt :::
This but el lias beeu refitted nml rcftiruisbcil.    I'lic lablc
tithe best,   Suiihim-iniy raits given regular boarder*.
Baker Street       :-:       :-:        :-:        Cranbrook, B, C
® •-»-•-»>-♦-• +-*•-*> ty
Crows Nest Pass
•*P*S TON   vOm
Coke
J. H. LAIDLAW,
Agent for East Kootenay.
rilNINQ BROKER. Cranbrook, B. C.
•>->-*^fl
11. W. llt:i:iii.Mi:u
ROSS & HERCHMER
Barristers, Solicitors,
Notaries Public,
Conveyancers.
Cniiil.Hink nlllcft
15 uml Hi llinis.ui Jll.M-k
GEO. R. LE.\SK,
(Lull! of Toronto)
Builder and Contractor,
CRANBROOK, B, C.
Ail kinds ol Jobbing promptly attemleii to,  K»*
tlniuli'w lurnhlifl*] 011 iipi'lii nt:oo

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