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The Canadian Bank of Commerce.
Head Office. Toronto.
Hon. Oko. A. Cox. Prealdent.                        B. K. Walkkr, Otn. Man.
Paid Up  Capital  SH.OOO.OW.OO
Real .
Total Reaources .
.. 2.nm,ooooo
. .65,000,000.00
Deposits Received.   General Banking Business Transacted.
SAVINGS BANK DBPARn MBNT-Depoill. Received—Ulereil Allowed.
Ill    I
Bigger and Better
Than Ever
Wc have bought all thc Furniture and Undertaking stock of thc Kootenay Furniture Co. and
wc have now thc best stock in either of Ihe
Kootenays. By this combination we are in
better position than ever to supply best of
goods at lowest prices Mr. McConnell, who
is thoroughly experienced in undertaking and
embalming, will be on hand at our furniture
store to attend to calls day or night.
Furniture Repaired and Upholstered
and the other all wrong. Unless the defect or weakness oi the
one eye is corrected by GLASSES of suitable strength the
sound eye will be affected. Costs nothing to ascertain the condition of both eyes, and the price of our glasses will not prevent anyone securing just what they require	
I have a complete stock of the latest and
best in Shotguns, Rifles and Ammunition
Call when wanting anything of the kind
or send by mail.
Hotel s S
Uuests Comfort a Specially
flood Stabling In Connection
Nearest to railroad nml depot.   Has accommodations for  tbe public unequalled in  Cranbrook.
A number of articles which are over-
sliiying (heir time here. In the home,
the garden, ami tbe field there are many
days of usefulness* before them, but In
the store their plnce* are wanted for
other things. To creste new Interest in
In them snd mske immediate isles we
have marked all wllh quick prices. Just
a few names will give you an Idea to the
character of all,
HOSE. FIELD HUES (heat quality),
SNATHS. RAICHS, etc A full line of
Plamblai aid Tlnimlthla, la Coaaecllaa.
Summer Heat...
Is made less oppressive if you wear
one of our light flannel suits. Just
the thing in weight and price. A
fine line of summer weight underwear; don't suffer, gentlemen, call
in and get relief.
...HILL & CO.
A Review of Ciitiflilitins Ihe Lasl Few
The Future Is Brighter and Copper
Is Almost Sure to Rise
Horace L Stevens of the Western
Mining World : For some years pnst the
figures of copper production of the
world show a steady annual increase of
six to ten per cent, yearly. The figures
of consumption show a proportionate increase. Beginning with 1900, the figures
of consumption must be accepted with
ertalu reservations, owing to the switch
ng about of supplies, there having been
large importations of Chili bars Into
Ameiican ports to partially offset the
large exportntlons. It should also be
borne In mind that copper matte and
blister copper from Australasia, South
Africa aud other distant points is
brought to American refineries is greater
or less volume, hence there is a liability
on the part of the statistician to figure
supplies and consumption double, unless
great care Is exercised.
The advance in tbe price of copper,
beginning in 1897, was a legitimate one,
based upon requirements. Later on
tbis advance became a manipulated one*
and the 17-cent price maintained in 1901
uutil nearly the close of the year was
purely artifical. It was so held by tbe
great majority of consumers, both in
the United States and abroad, and in
consequence of this belief the Blocks of
raw copper carried by manufacturers
were allowed to run down to tbe lowest
point known for many years. Many of
tbe independent mining companies
were wine enough to rush their copper
to market as rapidly as possible, thus
depleting the normal stock carried at
tbe smellers. Both these causes added
to the surplus stock of copper in the
hands ol the sale agencies. When the
price of copper broke to 11 cents the demand was enormous, partly because of
the stimulus to consumption it afforded
by lower prices, but even more because
of tbe deBire of consumers to stock up,
There was also a considerable speculative demand from parties would return
a good profit within a few months. As
a consequence the immense surplus of
refined copper, estimated at 150,000 tons
in the United States, was specially absorbed nnd a ficlititious strength given
the market. Advancing prices were
met by sales of copper bought by speculators, aud by nn increasing disposition
on tbe part of consumers to withhold
from the market and depend upou their
large stocks in hope of a recession in
prices. These causes were sullicieut lo
prevent any market advances in the
price of Ihe metal, and there is good
reason for believing that the same interests- that were holding copper at 17
cents one year Bgo have been endeavoring to keep tbe piice down during tbe
past lev. mouths for purposes connected
with the stock market rather than for
the primary business reasons that would
ordinarily govern producers of the
A careful review of tbe entire copper
situation, in Kurope as well as in
America, *nd with due regard to the
various sources of supply, leads to the
belief that the present sanation of the
metal in sound, and lhat under normal
conditions advancing prices may be
looked for. The e ttent of the probable
advance cannot be foretold, but it seems
likely that with copper selling at 13 to
4 cents per pound enough metal could
be produced to meet the world's requirements. A difference of one cent per
pound means $10,000,000 on the yearly
outcrop of lhe world's mines and $6,ooo,*
000 on the production of Amerlcau
The effect of 11 to 12 cent copper upou
tbe mines bas been very marked. It is
less than a year since the break in tbe
metal market, but a large number of
mines have been closed down. It is
true tbat only a few of tbe mines suspending work were large producers, but
a number of tbem would have become
factors of Importance in the supply of
tbe metal within the next two or three
years. Tbe opening of new copper
mines is a matter requiring large capital
and tbe number ol new enterprises
undertaken this year io very smalt.
A feature of the copper situation tbat
has not received sufficient attention is
the partial or complete crippling of a
number of important mines within tbe
past few weeks, In tbe Lake district
the Tamarack, Isle Royale and Osceola
mines are working under check, with a
corresponding reduction in output. In
tbe Montana district tbe Boston & Montana is probably making more copper
than ever belore—possibly ten per cent
more than In 1900. The Anaconda Is
turning out more ore than ever belore,
but Is not making asmucb copper. The
Montana    Ore Purchasing company-'
Uniled Copper company combination-
is considerably hamper**d by injunctions
and bas recently lost a big concentrating
mill by fire, and In consequence is nut
producing to anywhere near its full
capacity. The Parrot is a large producer, but is scarcely making as much
metal as two years ago. In California
tbe Mountain Copper company has recently suffered from fire, and the great
United Verde, at Jerome, Arizoua, is
ii'i*-' iu ll.uiics, and the situation is most
critical. It need nol prove surprising jf
tbe United Verde is eliminated from tlie
copper munition as a producer for many
months to come, as tbe fire is more
serious than is generally understood,
mid the smelter plant is right
above the miue. In Mexico the Greene
Consolidated is suffering Irom lack of
water, and in consequence is not producing to unywher: near its full
capacity. All ot these things ate
materially restricting American coppir
producliuu at present.
Official Registrations oa the Killing of
(lame la British Columbia.
It Is lawful to shoot game as follows
(dates inclusive):
September 1 to December 14—Deer,
buck or doe; mountain goat, mountain
September 1 loDecember^i—Caribou;
elk, wapiti, (bull); grouse of all kinds,
iucluding prairie chickens; hare; moose,
September 1 to Pebtuary 28—Bittern;
duck, all kinds; heron; meadow lark,
November 2 to Maicb 31—Beaver,
land otter, marten.
It is unlawful to shoot or destroy Bt
any time: Birds living on noxious insects; English blockblrds; caribou, cow
or calf; caffinch; deer fawn uuder twelve
months; elk, wapiti, cow or calf under
twelve months; mountain sheep, ewe or
land; English patridge; pheasants, cock
or hen, except as hereinafter provided;
quail, all kinds; robins (farmers only
may shoot these in gardens between
June 1 and Sept 1); skylark, thrush.
It is unlawful to buy, sell or expose
for sale, show or advertisement, caribou, bare bull moose, mountain goat,
mountain ram befoie October i;deer before September 1; nor any of tbe above
named animals or birds at any time,
except duck, blue grouse, heron and
plover during the open season.
Il Is unlawful to kl'l or take more
than 5 cariboo in one season; more than
ten deer, or to bunt tbem with dogs or
to kill for hides alone; more than 250
ducks; more than two bull moose; more
than five mountain goats; more than
three mountain rams; or to take or destroy the eggs of protected birds at any
It is unlawful to enter land enclosed
by fence, water or natural boundary,
after notice or if notice under Section 17
is posted up; for non-residents to shoot
without a license; for non-resident Indians to kill game at any time; to export
or transport in the raw state, game birds
of every kind aud animals protected
except bear, beaver, marten and laud
otter; to use traps, nets, guns, drugged
bait, etc., to catch game birds; to expose
foi sale any deer without Its bead or
bird without its plumage; to use batteries, swivel guns or sunken punts in non
tidal waters to take ducks or geese; for
unlicensed non-residents to trap or kill
bear or beaver for their pelts; to kill any
game bird between one hour after sunset and one hour before sunrise; to kill
game birds or animals imported for acclimatization purpose-*; to buy or sell
heads of mountain sheep; to take trout
except by book and line, or to use salmon roe as bait.
Macs Needed Improvements.
Cbas.Vroman bas decided to make extensive improvements to the Wentworth
hall and the carpenters have already
commenced work on the same. The
stage wilt be moved back to where tbe
dressing rooms now are, and addition
built on the mirth end for dressing
rooms, this enlarging the seating capacity of the hall considerably. The space
thus cleared will be filled with chairs
and the benches back of where the
chairs now are will be raised. Tbe front
of tbe ball will be fixed up in a more
presentable manner and two double
doors put In while a single door will be
put in the east side. This wltb tbe door
on tbe west aide aud one at the back
will give plenty of means of egress in
case of fire. A box office will be built
in the south east corner and tbe doors
will be so arranged tbat after purchasing your tickets you pass directly into
the hall.
A HusIIIdi Agent.
Morrissey Miner,
The editor of The Miner is uot much
inclined to Indulge in flattery, but we
cannot resist the temptation in this Issue
to refer to Thomas Crahan and his hustling qualities. As a townsite agent he
Is par excellence. lie don't believe in
waiting. He believes in pushing along,
taking advantage of opportunities pre*
Rented, and dealing square with the peo
pie, His energy, his courtesy, bis good
nature and bis fairness makes him
friends on all sides and makes friends
for any proposition he may espouse.
This has beeu demonstrated already in
Morrissey, and it has been demonstrated
time aud time again in his career.
Work lo be Resumed On tbe Marysville
Will Do Nothing More Until the
Price ol Lead Is
G. W. Hull, manager of the Sullivan
Group Mining and Smelting Company,
returned Monday, after a prolonged absence iu tbe east and at Spokane. During bis absence be has been in conference with tbe eastern and western
stockholders, and a short lime ago a
meeting of the boaid of directors was
held in Spokane aud all matters satisfactorily adjusted. Mr. Hull comes
back with full authority to proceed
with the work on lhe smelter
buildings and Inaugurate the work at
the Sullivan mine.
This is goods news to the people of
South East Kootenay who have been
waiting anxiously for this decision to be
announced. It means much to this
district, aud tbe uncertainty tbat has
prevailed tbe past few mouths bas caused no little anxiety among the people ol
the district, not alone those directly interested iu mining, but lu all branches
of business. It ia a recognized fact tbat
tbe building of tbe Marysville smelter
means tbe promoting of milling throughout the entire district.
A representative of The Herald saw
Mr. Hull ou Tuesday before he left for
Marysville, regarding the plans of (be
"What is tbe intention of the company regarding the completion of the
"We will go right ahead and finish
the plant," said Mr. Hull. "It is tbe intention to-build a steel stack tbut will
serve for lhe roasters nnd blast furnaces
as well. Work will be resumed on the
buildings, and the smelter will be pushed to completion as rapidly as possible.
Mr. Elmendorf, the superintendent hud
intended to return with me, but tbe
sickness of his child iu Spokane, delayed bis departure. He will be here in
two or three days."
When will you commence work on
tbe mine?"
We expect to have a force at work
there about the 15th of next mouth.
There will be a number of tbe heavy
shareholders here early next week, to
visit the property."
Mr. Hull left Tuesday afternoou for
Closing of St. Eugene.
Moyle, B. C , Sept. 9.—The St. Eugene mine was closed down tight jester-
day. The pump was pulled out of the
shaft, tlie machine drills taken out of
tbe miue and cleaned and put away and
the miners were all given their time-
Two men will be employed to watch tbe
Charlea Smith will soon have the Installing of tbe new boilers completed,
and then tbe small force of men will be
laid off. There will theu be ouly three
or four men on the payroll of the St.
Eugene Consolidated Mining Company,
Two years ago this same company was
employing nearly 300 men, and its
monthly payroll waa between $25 000
and 930,000. It was shipping on au average of 2,000 tons of concentrates every
month, of a gross value of $70 per ton
Tbe fall lo price accounts for lhe closing
down of Moyie's big mine, and when
operations will be resumed is a matter
of speculation. Manager James Cronin
says that the Louden price of lead must
reach tbe £13 mark before a wheel will
But tbe St. Eugene mine was never In
better position than uow for working 011
a large scale. There Is ore enough
blocked out to keep the mill running
steadily for tbe next eight years, and
everything Is in readiness for starling
up in full blast on almost a day's notice.
Tbe town very naturally feels keenly
the shutting down of the mine. However, there are two large sawmills close
by in full operation and the place is
holding its own very well.
Will Develope his Property.
S. E- Pumpelly, wbo left for Minneapolis, a few weeks ago, expects to
return iu a short time. Mr. Pumpelly
is interesting considerable capital in
this part of tbe country, and this winter
will do development work 011 several
properties In the St. Marys country. He
has a fine showing in mineral, and will
push tbe work with vigor. The fact
that these properties are bo close to tbe
Marysville smelter makes the completion of tbat institution of great import
auce to him and bis company.
Two Pioneers,
Jobn She) wood and Gust Thels,  two
Perry  Creek   pioneers,   were   in  town
Tuesday.    These meu came to South
Hist Kootenay yeard ago, and duiing
the time lhat tbey have been here, they
have done much for the mineral
advancement of this section. Both men
have great confidence in tbe placer and
'in.nt/. of I'erry creek, aud with good
cause, as they have spent time and
money in development work in tbat
particular section. The Herald would
he pleased to see these two gentlemen
strike it rich. They deserve it, because
tbey have labored lor it.
One Will be Held In Cranbrook on Ihe 27th
uf Nexl Month.
The Cranbrook Turf and Athletic
Association will hold their fall race
meeting 011 Monday October 27th. Au
excellent programme of horse races is being arranged. Posters aud programmes
will soon be issued giving full particulars, I.ocal horseman ure cordially
invited to give their attention to tbe
meeting, as every effort is being made
to nuke the meeting one of the best
ever held in the country.
On Tuesday morning, Sept. 16, 1902,
Anna Elizabeth, eight year old daughter
of Mr.and Mrs. 0 Uremner. Funeral ser-
Iccs were held at the residence Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 by Rev. Beacbam,
assisted by Rev. McKillop of Lethbridge, ami the remains interred iu tl e
Craubrook cemeleiy.
When the news til link* Bessie's death
became known throughout tbe towu,
many tears were shed nud many hearts
saddened. For some lime il wus known
that tier end was not far away, yet tier
dentil was a terrible shock to the family
and to idl wlio knew her. A sweeter
kittle child never lived. Quiet, modest,
a perfect lit,le lady at all times, with a
disposition and manner that won her
way lo the hearts of all. She will be
sadly missed, aud yet her memory will
be sweet solace to all who are sorrowing
over her.
A Change At Beadle's.
Iv II. Hunt, of Portage Is Prairie,
arrived iu the city yesterday to take a
position iu R. lv. Beattie's drug store.
Mr. Hunt is a graduate of Ontario College of Pharmacy, and lias had several
years practical experience as a dtuggJBt.
This step has been rendered necessary
by the increase in Mr. Beattie's business
and with tbis assistance he will have
more time to devote to bis store. Hereafter it will be possible to secure anything in the way of medicine at night*
As Mr. Hunt will sleep iu the store
building and a night bell will be put iu
to use in case of need, Tbis change
will be appreciated by the people of
Craubrook, and will give to Beattie's
drug store a greater degree of popularity
than ever.	
How Advertising Pays
"I know tbat advertising in The Hertd
pays," said h. E. Beattie, tbe druggist.
"I gave it a good test last week when I
advertised a special sale of books for
Saturday night. Tbe people began lo
enquire nbout the sale on Fri lay, and
Saturday they were after tbe books.
Before I closed tint night I sold over
200. Tbat is ample evidence to me tbat
the people read Tbe Herald, and that
if a merchant wants to talk to tbe
people of Cranbrook, be must use its
Mr. Beattie is a live merchant with
the largest stock of drugs, druggist snr ■
dries and stationery in East Kootenay.
He has been a good advertiser, simply
because be knows that advertising
New   Towa Maxlais.
Morrissey Miner*
What wins in a new town is eurgy,
perti vera nee and good nature.
Don't get grouchy; it don't pay.
Don't be selfish, there is nothing fn it.
Don't be spiteful; you will loose by it.
Don't knock your neighbor, for tbe
knocker Ib dispised on earth,
Dun't get sore, if some other fellow
makes a dollar; keep pushing you will
mnke two.
Don't tell people you are It; they will
liml uut what you are soon enough.
Slninl together and lu the end everybody will win and be happy.
Will Be s Busy Plsce.
Morrissey Miner.
It seems to be tbe general opinion ol
people tbat MorrisBey will be a winner
from tbe start. It is conceded by all
that the winter will prove very good and
that next spring business will open with
increased activity. There is noquestion
but that there will be a vast amount of
work done around here next spring and
summer lu tbe way of permanent improvements, both by the railroad and
mines, and these improvements will be
of a character that will add grealty to the
population of tbe town.
Why Vou Should Buy "Fair Play" Chewing
Bkcausk it is the best quality.
Bkcausk it is the most lasting chew.
Bkcau.sk it is the largest high grade 5
or toe plug.
Bkcausk the tags are valuable for premiums Ontu,January ist, 1901.
Bkcaisk we guarantee every plug, and
Bkcausk your dealer is autbrlzed to refund your money if you are not satisfied .
The Empire Tobacco Co., Ltd,
The Charter For Kootenay Central Is
Active Work Will Ee Inaugurated
Early in thc Spring
of  1903.
BIO       THING     FOR      TIIE      BISIRItt
The second annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Kooteuay Ceutial
Railway Company was held at Port
Steele September the 1st. and was adjourned to Monday September tbe 8ih.
At tbe meeting 011 Monday seven eighths
of the entire stock was represented
Dr. Watt, president occupied tbe cbalr
after discussing several uuimp ttaut
matters, the election of officers for tbe
ensuing year look place and the following gentlemen were elected: II Wat*.
C 11. Pollen, J. T. I.ud' iw, K I. T.
Oilbrallb, J, A. Harvey and L W, Petition.
At a subsequent meeting ofthe directu*
ry the following officers were elected:
H. Watt, president: C. H, Pollen vice-
president: J. T< I.aid law. secretary; u.
W.Patmote, Treasurer: J a. Baivey,
attorney aud counsellor,
Mr, Pollen (ben reported the result of
his trip to England re tl.e sale of the
charter of the company. Mr. Pi lien's
leport being accepted, the sale ol tbe
charter to Mr Pollen was confirmed by
an unamious vote.
Mr. Pollen then made the announcement lhat a preliminary survey of the
proposed route would be made immediately, and that as soou as lhe plan .ind
profile of tbe route were platted, the
actual location and suivey oi the proposed line would be made. aucTlbeactual
constructioh would commence early iu
ihe coming spriag.
Tarte oa the Tariff
Montreal, Sept. 11 —Hon. J. I. Tarte
bas an interview In La Partrie to-day,
In which he slates that he is prepared to
stand by all be bad said regarding increase in tariff. He ba*> notbing to withdraw. He denied tbat the piesent
cabinet was pledged to a loner tariff.
As for the party newspapers «hi. h criticised his remarks, be stated th-.t it was
unfortunate that tbey were stilt theorizing, though tbey should have hem
taught the teaching-- of Ibe political
history of Cansda. He believed tbe
great majority of Ibe libera) parly
agreed with him in advocating a policy
of Canada lot Canadians, and be could
not understand how a cumber of Canadian papers could express themselves as
contrary to tbis policy.
Janci McDonell's Mule and '•:■•:
Morni-ey Miner.
Naturally the contractors, Poss & McDonell, wbo took up tbis lai.d, might be
considered tbe pioneers of the camp.
Yel they have two competitors who can
nol speak for themselves and The Miner
feels prompted to say a word in theii behalf. We refer to James McDonell's big
mule and big dog. Bath were early on
the ground and both are still here, Aud
wo would drop a suggestion to Grangers,
don't leave lown until vou hive seen
both of them. They are classed among
tbe sights of the new town.
Fire At Marysvllle.
The  Marysville   hotel,  the old  i
mark in   the town   of Marysvllle,
destroyed by fire one   night  last w
It wes a few minutes after 9 o'clock
no one had gone to bed, but so raj
did tbe building burn  that not one
able to save any   clothing.     Some
things in tbe bar were  taken  out,
that was all.   The building wns 0*
by F. Hogan of Spokane.     A.   Bale
lessee of the  building,  has taken
Falls View hotel.
Female Babies no! Wanted.
London, Sept. it.—In a dispatch ftcni
St, Petersburg the correspondent there
ofthe Daily Mail relates that lhc cm*
mandei of the Cossack station ot War' ■
cbnick, anxious thnt his district should
show a preponderance of males, Ims
ordered tbat tbe father of every girl
baby born iu the distiict shall receive
fifty strokes with the knout. Several
men says tbe correspondent, have already been knouted under tbis ui.iiig.
Wright-Johnson—On Sept. 3rd at
tbe Baptist parsonage, Cranbrook, by
the Rev. T. W. Auvache. Joseph Coleman Wright of Creston Junction, to
Bertha Johnson, of Kelso. Norili Dakota
U. S.
Sltaalloa Wasted As Nurse.
Any lady requiring a nurse apply to
box Hi)     Have   bad  man) years experience, tfM
Editor and Proprietor.
Tlie Herald desires to give the news if tha
district,   ic yon knnw any about your town
your mine nv y.mr people, semi ll to tills office,
The movement tbat Is now on foot In
British Columbia toward placing fuiure
political contests on party Hues bas
reached a stage where the result is no
longer In doubt. The day of personal
and Irresponsible government In this
province is passing away, and a dawn
of a new era is now al hand. The Turner government, the Cotton govcrumeut
the Martin government and the
Dunsmuir government will linger as Unpleasant memories. Hereafter
one of tbe two parlies of the
Dominion will       be       held       re
sponsible for legislation in British Columbia, ami tiie results cannot but prove
Tbe editor of the Kossland Miner,
commenting Upon ihe cnange, sizes up
the situation In thc following able
With the advent of party li«es in provincial politics It Is anticipated lhat the
discussions In the legislature will In future be raised above the county council
level, and that the best men in both
parties wlil be induced to take part in
the affairs of the province. It is generally conceded lhal the rccorus of the
various nondescript governments which
have a til it: led tlie province have nol
been soch as to win confidence iu the
present system. Tne party system bas
been proven the best way of securing
responsible government in nearly every
civilized country, aud there cau hardly
be any valid reason brought forward to
show that it will nol be a success In
British Columbia, it bas often been
asserted that thc bitterness of party
strife leads frequently to misgovern
ment, but surely the exhibitions of bitterness which we have so frequently
witnessed in thc legislative halls of
llritish Cututnbia have been such as to
convince the electors that a change to
federal party lines can not produce anything worse. The province is up
against a condition and not a theory,
and those wbo have its welfare at heart
will do well to rtllect over the present
state of affairs.
lu declaring for party lines last February the liberals evidently considered
It more advantageous for their particular party as well as for the province,
aud now that the conservatives are
about to take a similar step at lhe llev-
' elstoke convention the i|uealiuu will be
placed beyond the problematical. The
two greal parties will then get dowu to
business and each will endeavor to
formulate a policy wtilcb it considers
for the best Interests of tbe province,
That It will be a critical period lu tbe
history of both parties there can be no
doubt, as each will endeavor to formulate a policy whicn will win tbe large
Independent vole of toe province. But
tbis very uncertain element will prove
to be the leaven wblch will raise tne
policies of both parties from lhat which
will benefit the "Inner ring" to that
which will prove advantageous to the
province as a whole. Ttie newly constructed parties, wltb no past to drag
tbem down, can a fluid to let their Ideals
have full range, and from on*, the entangle of ideas produce something approaching the perfect government.
It looks as if tne railroad would be
built up lhe Kooteuay valley. This wll'
be a good iblng for fort Steele and for
tbe whole district. Mr. Pollen has disposed of the charter to an English company that will go ahead with tbe work
early nexl year. The Herald congratulates the people of the upper Kooienay,
for transportation will bring prosperity
all along the tine.
Senator Templeman will visit Cranbrook and Fernie on his return to Ottawa from thc coast.
John Houston was elected president
of tbe Liberal Conservative Association
of British Columbia.
It looks as if there was trouble ahead
In the hybrid cabinet of British tJolum*
bla, Miuhter Wells, Liberal, does not
take blndlf to the political activity of
Minister Prior, Conservative.
Colonel Trior failed In his ambition to
be selected an the leader of thc Conservative forces In British Columbia. Tbe
Colonel was converted to party lines too
late In the day.
The Wllmer Outcrop should understand thai the Herald Is not criticising
Mr. Wells as themember for North-east
Kootenay, but Mr. Wells, as Minister of
Public Works for the whole of the province. As a representative of his own
district he ls a great success,
Do You Take The Herald?
You should if you don't. It gives the news of
the district. It works for the district. It is
owned by the editor and not by any clique or
faction. It is worth $10.00. It costs only $2.00
Timber Notice
Notlcuts hereby glvon tlmt thirty days arter
late i intend tn ni.iu application to Cblet Commissioner of bands and] Works ior a spools)
license to out and carrj away Umber from the
following de oriluHllands:
cdbiiiienelug at a post plnntod at tbe north-
wostoorner of uoorge It. O. Taylor's timber
limii, about nut' mile west or the uorthwest
comer nr Loi 5811, tlieneo south su chains,
thence west so chains, tlieneo north so chains,
tlienoe east Bn eli tins t.i the place or commencement, along the south side of the Crows Nest
Pass railway, containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated this Wd day of July, W2.
California papers are having a gootl
deal to say about a San Francisco
editor being sbot. Heic In British
Columbia If an editor gets half shot no
one says a word.
J. C Patmire, the hardware man.
has opened up for business In a shed
while his building" Is under construction
Mr. Patmore Is one of the best tin
smiths In tbe country and will carry a
complete line of hardware. Ilis first
shipment went astray, hut another was
ordered at once and Is here.—Morrissey Miner,
Timber Notice
Take Notice tbat thirty days after
date I Intend to apply io ihe Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
a special license to cut and carry away
limber from lhe following described
Commencing at a post marked "T. J.
Wellman's N W, corner," planted 10
chains north of the  south   east  corner
of Lot BOfi, group I, Hast Kootenay;
thence east 100 chains, ihence soulh 4(1
chains, thence west 100 rlnlns,   thence
north 40 chains, to the place of begin*
nleg, containing (140 acres.
Dated this 11 ill day of Angmt, 1003,
Timber Notice
Take Notice that thirty days alter
date 1 intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Land ant) Works fora
special license to cut and carry away
limber from the following described
Commencing at a post marked "D,
Smith'sS. E. corner." planted at the
north east comer of M. Dunn's limber
limit In South Last Kootenay: ihence
north UK) chains, west 41) chain-, sonih
100 caains, east 40 chalnii, to the place
of the beginning, containing 040 acres
Dated this ','iith day of August, 1(108
2il D. SMITH,
Timber Notice
Take Notice that thirty days after
date I intend to apply to tbe Chief Commissioner of I/unit and Works for a
special license to cut and carry away
tlm'.er from the following described
Commencing at a post marked "A
Rookes' N. W. corner," planted 80
chains west of the south east corner of
Lot 3J8, group 1, Hast Kootenay, thence
south NO chains, tbence east su chains,
tbence north HU chains, thence west no
chains, to the place of beginning, containing 040 acres.
Dated this Ifiih day of Angus*, 1003
Timber Notice
Take Notice lhat thirty days afler
date I intend tonpply to the Chief Commissioner ol Lands and Works for a
special license lo cut and carry away
limber from the following described
Commencing at a post marked ".I.
swinnarton's S \V. corner," planted Hi
chains south of the north east comer yi
M. Dunn'-, timber limit on Oold creek,
Lasi Kootenny; thence north 80 chains,
ihence can sn chains, thence south su
chains, thence west BO chains, to the
place of ihe beginning, containing 610
Dated ihis 86th day c t August Ifloa.
Timber Notice
Tako Notice that thirty days afler
date f Intend in apply to the Onlef Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
special license to cut and carry away
limber from lhe following lands:
Commencing at a post marked *|W,
Waleott's S, Wi corner." planted on the
north cast corner of J, Swinnarton's
timber limit: thence north 40 chains,
thence cast HP chains, thence south In
chains, ihence west 100 chains, to the
placeof the beginning containing fill)
Dated this 2.',th day of August 1902.
Timber Notice
Take Notice tbat thirly days after
date I Intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Worlr» for
a special license to cut and carry away
timber from the following described
Commencing at a post marked "T
Rook's S. W. corner," planted at the
south east corner of Lot 838, group 1,
Oast Kootenay; thence north 80 chains,
thence east so chains, thence smith so
chains, tbence west 81) chains, to tbe
place of the beginning, containing 040
Dated this lath day of August 1008,
26 T. KOOKIvS.
Timber Notice
Take notice that thirty days nfter
date I Intend to apply to the Chief Com-
Issloner of Lands and Works for a
special license to cut and carry away
timber from the following described
Commencing at a post marked ''Jno.
Mulligan's N, K. corner," planted su
chains west of the south west Corner of
Lot 315, group 1, Kast Kootenay, thence
west 80 chains, south 80 chains, cast 81
chains, north 80 chains, to the place of
beginning, containing 040 acres.
Dated this 28th day of August, 1002.
Timber Notice
Take Nollce that thirty days after
dale 1 Intend to apply to lhe Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
special license to cut and carry away
timber from thc following lands:
Commencing at a post marked
"Joseph D?bbs' N. \V, corner," planted
at norih east corner ol Lot 330, grenp
1, ICast Iv'ootenay; thence south 100
chains, thence cast 40 chains, thence
north ion chains, thence went 40chains,
lo thc place of the commencement,
containing 040 acres.
Dated this 14th day of August, 1002,
Timber Notice
Take Notice that thirty ilaysafter date
I Intend to apply to the Chief Commis-
sloner of Linds and Works for a special
license to cut and carry away timber
from the following described lauds:
Commencing at a post marked "M
Dunn's N. F., corner," planted about 80
chains north of the forks of Oold creek
on Plnmbob trail in Etst Kootenay;
theuce south 80 chains, thence west .*»')
chains, thence north Hi) chains, tbence
cast ho chains, to the place of tbe beginning, containing 040 acres.
Dated this Both day of August, 1002.
80 M. DUNN.
Timber Notice
Take Notice that thirty days after
date I Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
special license to cut and carry away
timber from the following described
Commencing at a post marked "H
Trltes' S. E corner," planted on Gold
creek trail, four miles north west ofthe
north west corner of Lot 320, group 1,
Eist Kootenay; thence north 80 chains,
thence west HO chains, thence south HO
chains, thence east HI) chains to the
place of the beglnnleg, containing 010
Dated this 80th day of August,TOO:,1,
'.ii li. THITE3.'
Timber Notice
Take Notice that thirty days after
date I intend to apply to thc Chief
Commissioner of lands and works for a
special license to cut and carry away
timber from the following described
Commencing at a post marked "L, If.
Smith's N. 13. corner," planted on the
west side of the north fork of (.old
creek, about three miles from Its forks
up stream; tbence south ho chains, west
B0 chains, north HO chains, east 80
chains, to the place of the beginning,
containing 010 acres,
Dated this 20th day of August, 1002-
20 L. II,    SMITH.
Timber Notice
Notice Is hereby Riven ihat thirty days u
Into 1 Intend to apply to the Chlol commlsi
ir nr Unds and Works lor a llconso lo mil
carry away Umber from tlio following closer
Commencing at a poBt marked "A. M, I
willy's s. w. eornor," planted onolinlf tvuy
twiii'ii iioid Crsek ami floid Crook trail, n
mill's north west or ilio nortli wesl <	
lot 830, group nni'. Km'N'l my district) lln
enst ion ohntns. tlionce north to clinlns, lln
IVOSt 100 CltalUS, llienee SOUth III eli lilH,   lo
plans ot oommcnoetiianti containing oio ncri
Dated tnii BCIh dny of August, low.
Timber Notice
Notice is hereby given lhal thirty
days after date I will apply to thc
Chief Commissioner of Lands ami
Works for a special license to cut and
remove timber from the following
Commencing at tbe north west cor
ner post, placed at the south west coiner of block 331,100 chains east, ihence
40 chains soutb, thence loo chains west,
tbence 40 chains north to the point of
commencement, containing 040 acres
more or less.
Cranbrook, Sept. Uh, 1002.
87 C. H, BLACK,
Timber Notice
Notice is hereby given, lhat, thirly
days after date I will apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
remove timber from tbe following
Commencing at the north west corner post placed one half mile south of
O. II. Black's north west corner post
so chains east, tbence 80 chains south,
thence SO chains west, thence 80 chains
nortli to the paint of commencement,
containing 040 acres more or less.
Cranbrook, Sept. 4th, 1002.
lend ii
I, in.Is
Timber Notice
Notloe h herobl' ulveu Hint thirty days after
date I llitoilil liKti'i'lyliilliel'lili-rt'iitiiliilssloner
nf Lands ami Works at Victoria for a special
license ii t and carry away timber from Hid
ru)1.1win'- described lands:
Commencing at a post marked "J, l.ee Fen*
wick's 8.K eornor," planted about one mlio
north of Hullsm s cabin mi Hie west bank or
Hold creek: tin-iwo north loo chains, tlienoe
west 40 chains, tlieneo south 100 chains, thence
easl III chains. In   lhe placO of lhe  beginning,
enriUilnlng iil'1 acres,
Haled this 27th day Of Auk list, 1002,
Timber Notice
Notice Is lioroby glvon thai thirty ilaysafter
ilnle i intend in Apply in llto Chief Commissioner uf Unds niul Works nl Victoria for a special
license tn cut and carry away limber from tin
Fallowing deBorlbod hunts:
Commencing at apon marked "A. M. North
run's s. W. cornu ," planted 10 chains smith ol
I he south east corner of bat Nn. a:n. group 1
Itusi linoleiiav; UlGllDO east 80 clialns, ihcnet
soulh no chains, thonee woit 80 chains, tlionci
north so chains, to tho place or the tjcglim:ng,
containing 04J acres,
Hate I Ihis 201b day ut August, tooa.
'-•0 A. M. NOl.THltUJ
Timber Notice
Notice Is hereby gives thai thirly days arter
date l iniend lo apply tu the Chief Commission.
-of Unds aud Works for a license to out and
ny uw.iy Umber from the following desor%d
lauds  be ween tlio Kontenay river and Oold
3k lu Boiltll Mast Kooienay:
oiiimenolng at a post near the west bank of
Kontenay river la-low the mouth of Ktk river
and on lue smith end ol Malta's lllilbor HflO ,
,cc south -to('hain't, tltenoo west ICOolialns,
u num. norili io oiinlns, thence oust un chains ta
lhe plnei.iir beginning,
Hated this jTlh day Of July, 1003,
38 It, It. IKH'KINS.
Timber Notice
Notice Is lioroby given thai llilrty ilaysafter
dnte I Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands an I Works at Victoria fora special
llcenso lo out nnd enrry away timber from the
fullowlug deseiibctl lauds:
Commencing at a post marked "J, It, Ken
wicks S. E, Corner's," planted about mie mil,
north wesl of where the sm:i!t cree'f enters tlio
north fork of Oold Creek, South Kast Kootenay
ihence north so olirdni, thonoo west so chains,
theiiea smith si olipln-i, thenco east so olmli
in Hid pluoo of th- beginning, containing o-m
Hated this 27th day of August 10o2,
BO J. It. I'KNWK'i'
Timber Notice
Notlco Is hereby given that thirty days afler
date 1 Intend to apply to I nu Chief Commissioner
nf band and Works at Victoria for a special
license to cut and cany away timber from ttie
following described landsi
Cnmmonolng nt a past marked "I, A, Mo'natt'i
N. W. Corner," planted forty chains west of
the south eas corner nf Lot No. 8,10, croup I
Kasi kootenay| ihenee cast .n chains, thenee
south un ohnlns, tlienoe west 40 chains, thenee
lior.ll 100 chains, to the place of tlm bet-laning,
containing ol° ucres.
Hate I this aetll day of August 1002.
26 I. A. MUFF ATT.
Timber Notice
NollooIs hereby given thai thirty ilaysafter
date I lull ud tu apply to the Chief Com
mlssloner of Lamis and Works nt Victoria
for a speuial license to cut and eairy'away limber rrom the following described landsi
Commencing nt n post marked "J. \V, Hayes
s. w. enruer." plants I -in chains south of the
south cast porno*; or Lot No, BM, group i Easl
li.intt.iiiiy. iii'ii't- ii.iriu mo chains, uieuu** mat
40 chains, ihence south liiochalns, theniifl west
ID clialns, to the place or tlie beginning, contain-
Ing mo acres.
Haled tills 20th day of August. iWl
20 J. W. HAVKB.
Timber Notice
Notice Is hereby glvon thai thirty days after
date I Intend to apply lu thc chief Commission'
cr of Lands and Works For a license to cut and
curry away timber from the following described
Commencing at a post marked "M. K. Fen
wick's N. \V. eornor," planted nt tlie north
east corner of Loi No, 208, droop i, Kast Kooienay; thence cast so ehalns, south SO clialns, west
so clialns, inrth BOohalns, to the place of the
beginning, containing hid acres.
Unicii this llth day of AllgUSt, 1002.
Timber Notice
Notice is hereby given Hint thirty days alter
Timber Notice lli,t"' '"tend to apply to tho Ohluf Commission
er of Umls ami Works for a  license to out
Notice that llilrty days afler d itlo   I In and enrry nwny tlinbor fioin the following des.
apply to iim chief  com mbs rrir n'crlbod landsi
iml Works for a special lluense to ent
oarry away timber from tbo following des*
■d landsi
mineni-ingntn post marked "E, It, Ken's s. w. cunier," plnntod 230 clinlns nor Ui
"00 chains woU of tho northwest corner or
I'D. 1*11(1,1 1, Kasl Kooienay; thonee cast Kil
?is, thence north 40 clinlns, thence west too
ns, thence smith 40 clialns, to the place of
iGginnfng, containing oio acres,
del tlllB !!01llllay Of AllgUSt, 1003,
20 H, It, KENNEDY.
Timber Notice
Notloe Is lioroby given that thirty days nfter
dam I ititond tn apply to Um Chief Commission*
or Of Lands an I Works  for a license lu cnl ami
carrj away Unibor frum tlio following described
In mis:
Coiiimonolng nt a post marked "E. K. Fen*
h Ick's N, i.. corner," planted about i > i
miles north or Dobann's oabin un ihe north
fork of (told Crook, Soulh Itust Kooienay, nml
aboul two miles wesi or ilu- phimbob trull.
thenco south io ehalns, tlieneo west mu chains,
llicnao ii'irtii in chains, thenee east nm clialns,
lathe place of the beginning, containing bio
Dated IblsSHIi day of August, 1002,
Timber Notice
i it ice Is lioroby glvon Hint thirty dnys after
i' i intoml tn apply to tin- OlilefCommlssloner
I amis and Works for a license to cul and
iy nway limner From tllQ following doicrllied
lis I
oinmenclng ol n post marked "ii, A. Trltes'
IV, corner," planted at the south east corner
I, Swinnarton's timber limit in South Kast
tiU'tiay; thonoo cast 80 clialns, thence norili
■hahis, theuce wcsl Mil chains, theuce south
hams, tu the place nf the beginning, contain-
ii It) acres.
laid ihis 2.1th dny of August, 1902.
20 B, A. TltlTKS.
(F01151 P.)
situate In ilic Fort Steele Mining Division or
East Kootonay District,
Where local ed:   Near Mark (reek.
Take notice thnt I, Edward 0, McKinstry
(Free Minor's Certificate No. li ia,200), acting
for myself and as ngont for Sylvester a, Fai ion
i l-'ree .Miner's cerlillcate No. E 10,142), Intend,
slxiy .lay-, From tlio date hereof, to apply to tlm
Mining lleoordor for a Certificate of Improvements, Fnr lhe purpose of obtaining a Crown
(Irani of tho above claim.
And fuiiher lake notice that action, under
section 87, mnsl be commenced before tho Issuance of sucii formicate uf Improvements,
HnlCd July 17, 1002, .,._ _
Commencing nt a pos! marked "M. L Trltes'
N. W, corner, ' planted nt smith wesl corner II,
A. Trltes' timber limit: tlicuee east so chains,
thonoo south so chnlns, tlionce west so ehalus,
thoneo nortli so chains, to lho place of the beginning, containing; wi acres,
Hated this -iitli day or August, 1002,
n M. U TIHTE3,
Timber Notice
Notlco Is hereby glvon that thirty days nfter
date I Intend to apply lolliel'liiefi 'ouiiiiissliim-r
of Lands and Works for a license lo cul and
carry away timber from the rollowluj-dcacrllied
lauds In Soulh Bast Kooten iyi
Commeiiclng al a post pianici i.n clialns north
antl 'll chains cast of tlie northwest comer of
Lot No. Ban, thenee noitli -i-i chains, thence west
iG'i clinlns, thenee suiiili i\ chaliiB, thence easl
101 clialns tu tlie place or hc<-hinltl&
Hated lids 3011) day of duty, 1002,
38 C. D. McNAll,
Timber Notice
Notice is herebyglven thai thirty days arter
dale I intoml lo make application to the Chief
Cunimls.Inner of Lands and Works lor a special
icei.se lu cm miii carry nway timber rrom ihc
following described landsi
Commencing (tt a post p'onlod ut iiiesuiith-
ensl enrner of Lm ;.hi I, Kootonay dlstrlot, tlienoe
South 80 chains, Ihence west -o chains, tlieiicu
mirth so chains, ihence east SO chains to lhe
place uf commencement, conialnln,- it-io acre
more or less,
Dated this -lit] day of July, nu;.
Timber Notice
Notice Is hereby given Hint thirty days after
data I Intend La mnko appilention to the chief
i niiimissloiiei' of Lands an I Works fnr a special
license in cul and enny away timber from
following described hinds i
Commencing at a post ilanted at the north
west corner of |.ol (Wll, Kooienay District,
thenee smith so ehalns, thencu west ho chains,
thonoo north -u chains, ihence enst soclmli
nlong tlio floiitli side of the crows NestlVs
railway lo place of commencement, containing
(M0 acres, mors or less,
Dated this 23d day of .inly, 1002.
33 GEO, 11, C. TAYLOIt.
Timber Notice
Notice Is heroby given that thirty dnys after
dnte I intend tonpply to tho Chlof Commissioner
of Lamis and Works for a license to cut and
enny away iimher from the following describe! Ian h mi the w. si bank of the Kootenay
rlverjln Souili Kast Kootenay:
Commencing at a post p'anted near the cross-
biK ur small nreok north of plumb Hub creek by
(In* trail mi «est side of Kootenny river, thenco
south sn ohnlns, tlienoe west so chains, theuce
inuiii so clinlns, 1 Iience east so chains to place of
"aied this *#th day of July, WW.
Timber Notice
Notloa Is hereby given ibal thirty days after
ilaio I Intend to apply to tho Chief Caininlsslonor
of bands aud Wotks fur n license to cut uml
yaway Unibor from lho following doscrlbod
lauds on Meadow crock-In South liasl Kouiciiuyi
Coinineiiclng at a post planted at tliasuuili*
test corner of l.nt No. 330, tlieini' north 10
iialus, Ihence wesl Imi chains, lliouce HOlltll I"
bains, 1 he ■ east 100 chains tu I he place of lie
rI lining.
lati'ii tids Both day of July, 11)03,
33 li. A. LKITCH,
Timber Notice
Notice ll hereby Riven that thirty days afler
ilate 1 lutond toapplyto lho Chief Commissioner
Of Lands and Works for a llconso to cut and
carry away timber Irom the following described
lands between the Kootenny river and Hold
creek in south Kast Kooten iyi
Commencing at (a p.si planted mi ihe wet
bank of tho Kootenny rlvor 70 chains north of
the nortli boundary of Lot Na :i^". theuce WPS)
160 clialns, thence sulllh 40 chains, tllmiuo east
170 clialns, more or less, in the bank ul Ihosald
Kootenay river, tlionce northerly uloug Lie
river hank to the place uf beginning,
Dated this-.'sili day of .Inly, 1 03,
23 A. J. LE1TCII.
Timber Notice
Notice ls hereby given that thirty days after
date 1 Intend lo apply to the Chief Com mission •
erof Until and Works for 11 license lo cut and
carry away limber from tht following described
lands on Hold creek iu Smith Kasl Ivnotenay:
Cotunionclog nl a post planted ir.i chains
uortli ami l-ii chains west of the northwest corner or Lot Xo. 820, theuce west In chains, thenco
north SO chains, thonoo west 30 chains, thence
north 20 chains, thenco west 311 chains, thence
north :'D ehalns. Ihence west 20 chnlns, theuce
north w eludes, thenee east 40 chains, thence
south 4u eluiius, thence east 43 chains, theuce
south 40 ohnlns, thence east 80 ehalus, thence
south 40 chnlns to phu-e of beginning.      |
Date.l ibis Lllih day of .Inly, 1803.
Timber Notice
Notice Is hereby given that thirty days after
late 1 inn-mi io apply io 1 ha chief Commissioner of Lands ami Works for a license to cut Mid
carry away timber irum the following described
lands on Meadow creek in Bomb Kast Kootenay :
Coiiimcn -Ing at a posl planied 40 chains south
of tho northwest corner of UttJo. 838, thenco
north 411 eluiius. thonoo west uin chains, tlionce
soulh III clinlns,  lb,..I,,.  e.isl   100 clialns to I lie
place of beginning,
Uatatl this 80 lutiiy of July, 1002,
'-'8 I. -M. LKITCH.
Timber Notice
Notlco Is lioroby given thai llilrty days nftor
ihiic 11 nd in apply in ttie Chief Commissioner
uf Lauds am! Works Tor it liieiisn locum d
carry away limber from tin- following lies-
eribnil lands on tlm west bunk of tlie Kooteuay
river in smith Ktisi Kootonay 1
Col nclng at n post planted near lhe grossing of small erc;k north or phuiiii liciti oreek by
Hie trail on tiie west at.lt* or Kootenay river,
thoneo nortli so chains, thoneo west so chains,
tlionce south so chains,t lioniie etui bo clinlns to
the place uf Uegltlhlllgf
Dated this 20th day of July, 1003.
83 ,I.A. V. l'ltl'.STOX.
Timber Notice
Notice is hereby given thai thirty days after
date 1 intend to apply to lhe Chlof Commissioner
of Lands and Works for a special license to cut
nml carry away timber rrom Hie following
described lauds:
CointnenelUB at a post marked "W. L. Darling's N. K, corner" planted uu ctilpka ('reck,
one mile west of the hind lnelmicd In 1*. Lund's
special timber license. In Smith Fast Kooienay.
thonee west 80 chains, theuce south su clialns,
thence enst BOoliatlls, thence ninth so chains to
point of commencement, containing 040 acres,
more or less.
Datetl this 3Jth dny of August, 1802,
Timber Notice
Notice is hereby given that thirty days after
dnte I Intend to apply lo the chief Cm i-slou-
erur Lauds nud Works fora licen-a* meiit and
carry away timber from the fall iwlnj described
lauds on Meadow creek in South K;st Kootenay i
1 umnienchig uta pnst pi mt-il I'i chaus cast
of Uie southwest oorlier of Lot No. IHU, ibeuce
west liiO chains, Ihence sotllll 41 ehalns. tllcncO
east liiuchains, thence north 411 chains to lho
pl ueof bogutnlng,
Dated tills 29.b day of July, lotw.
23 A. K. LKITCH.
Timber Notice
Notice Is hereby given that thirty ilaysafter
dale 1 Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands und Works for n hoonse to out und
carry away limber irum the following described
lan.ls on Meadow oreek in South Fast Kooteuay t
Ciiiumencliig at a past planted si ehalus south
uf the northwest curlier of Lot No. 829, thence
west 100 chains, thene 1 south 40 chains, thence
cast 100 chains, thence north 10 chains totlift
place uf bc^luulni!.
Dated this 20ll| day of July, 1002,
23 tl. LKITCH.
Timber Notice
Nol (no Is herebyglven that thirty nays after
dale 1 intend to apply to the Ciller Commissioner of Lauds ami Works for a license to cut and
carry away timber rrom llic foltowlng described
limits bMwee'i tlm Kootenny river and Hold
creek lu bOUtll Kas! Kooienay;
Commencing at a |»st ilnutod on the west
hank of the Kootenay river TO chains north of
tlie nortli boundary of Lot No. 830, tlienoe west
180 chains, tlienoe n.»rlb .0 chains, tbence cast
140 chains, more or less, to the said Kooienay
river, thenco southerly along the river bank to
ihe place of beginning*
Da:c.l this 28tll day nf July. 1003.
23 .\t. LKITCH.
Timber Notice
Notice h hereby given that thirty days aftt.
date I intend to apply to the Chler Commissioner of Lauds and Works ror a lh ease to cut ami
curry away timber from the following described
lauds mi Meadow creek iu smith Kusi Kootenay 1
Commencing nt n pnst planted 40 ohnlns south
nr the southeast coiner of Lot No. 3-'S, thence
north 41) chains, tltenoo west ltn chains, thence
smith 40 chains, theuce cast I0> chains to place
of benlniilng.
Haled this 20th day Of July, 1003.
23 A. J. LKITCH.
Timber Notice
Notice Is hereby given thai thirty days alter
tlate 1 intend tu apply to iiie chief Commissioner of Unds and works for a license to cut and
curry away Umber frum the follow lug described
lands on Gold creek In South Hns! Kootenay:
Commencing nt a poil planted Uo chains
north of the center mile post on the north boundary of Lot No. 820, Ihence north -m chains,
thence West 100Chains, thence south 40chnlns,
thence east H'4i chains tn the place ot heulnnin *,
Dated this 2tHh day of .Inly, 1003.
Timber Notice
Notice Is hereby given Hint thirty days after
date I intend lo apply to the Chief Commissioner of Unds and Works torn license 10 cut and
carry away timber from the following described
lands nn Hold creek In Smith Kast Kootenny:
Commencing at a post planted im chains
nortli and so chains m-sl of ihe northwest corner of Lot Na 320, theuce smith Wl chains,
thence west mi chains, theuce norili «n chains,
tlii'lu-e east SO chains to  lhe place of beginning.
Daied this 2 'Ih day oF July, UK)-.',
2.1 J. K, FENWICK.
Timber Notice
Notlco Is hereby glvon that thirty days after
dale 1 intend to apply 10 iiie chief Coin mlssloner of Lands and works far a license to ant nud
oarry nwny limber from tlio following described
lands on Meadow creek in South Bust Konte*
CommenchiR nl n nod planied id chains south
of the southeast corner uf Lol No. 888, thenee
west so chains, thence south BOellltttll, tlienoe
anil 80 chain*, thenee inrtb si ehniin in the
p'aee of hei*iiiiiini*,
fluted 1 hb Wtll day of July, I0M,
Timber Notice
Notice Is hereby Riven Hint llilrty days after
data 1 Intend to apply lo lhe Chief Commfssloner of Lands and Works for a license to out and
carry away timber from the following described
lands between!! he Kootenay river and Hold
creek In Smith East Kootenny:
Commencing at n post planted 00 chains
south of the northeast) corner of, Lot No, 888,
tlieneo nmtli no chains, ihence west 8) chains,
thoneo north 80 chains, thonee east 121} chains,
more or less, lo the hank of the Kootenny river,
thence southerly along snld river Imuk to a point
due enst of the place of beginning, thenee 4".
chains, more or less, to the place of beginning.
Dated (hi* 271b day of July, 1003.
2-1 a B. MUNI,
Timber Notice
Tnke notice that 1 have applied to the Cider
Commissioner of Land** and Works lor a special license tn cut mid carry away limber from
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked "M. Meli.ui-
ald's S. K. corner," planted about half a mile
north nf Hie northwest enrner of Lot 838 in
tiroup 1, Fast Kooteuay, theuce north so chains,
thence west so chains, thenoo south so chains,
thoneo east 80 ehalns to lhe place of beglnLlng,
containing 04i> acres.
Dated the 28th August, looi
23 M. Mi DONALD.
Timber Notice
Take nollce Unit I have appllel to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands ami Works for a special license to cut and carry away timber from
lhe following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked "W. Stocks S,
K. Corner," planted at the Intersection of the
western boundary of s. Cadieux's pre-emption
with the nortli boundary of Lot 838, Group I.
linst Kooienay. tbence north 40 chains, thence
west ICO chains, thence south 40 chains, thence
east ion chains to tlie place of beginning, containing ''.in acres, more or less.
Dated lids 28th day of August, 1003.     Z
Timber Notice
Thirty days after date 1 will apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for a spe
cinl license to cut and cut ry away timber from
tho following described lands In South East
Kootonay 1
Commencing at ihe northwest corner post sit'
Hilled on the tost side of Itlock 33t, nbout ion
yards south of No. s posl, lUOchalns.'eust, thence
4') eluiius south, tlionce ni-i chains west, thence
in chain, north to the point of commencement,
gio acres more or less,
Crimbriiok, 2j.Ii August, Wl
2fl W.H,(UBSON,
Timber Notice
Notice Is hereby given that thirty days after
data Mniend IO make application 11 tlie Ciller
Commissioner of Lands ami Works for Hcen s
to cut and carry away timber from the fullowlug
described hinds:
Commencing at a po*t planted about one mile
west of iln> southwest corner of \fit BIS,and
runiil-gsithatiis u»rtii, then <> BO chains west
thence mi chnlns south, thence si chains east to
tiie i'ia-i! of commencement, containing 040
acres, more or less.
< rnubrook, ll. C„ August 30,1902,
Notice Is hereby given that thirty da; s nftei
date l intend to apply tu thechlef Commission*.
uf Lauds nnd Works fur permission to prospect
for coal 011 thc folluwlnn described lands:
starting at a posl planted nu the weBl bank of
tho north fork of Michel cnek, about llvemlli
above the north boundary of Lot i..ss, tt. 1, ou
said creek, ih-uce ni chains north, Ihence so
eluiius west, thenee so clialns south, Ihence SO
clialns east to point or commencement.
1 atcd this aiih day of August, 1002
21 M. MOlNNES,
• Hy bis agent, c. M. Edwards,
Notice L hereby given Hint thirty days after
dale I Intend tn apply tc lhe Chief-Commissioner
of Lands and Wor-istor permission to prospect
for coal on tbt following described lands:
Marling at a sfake planted on the west bank
or Hie mirth fork of Michel creek, about live
miles above thu north boundary of Lol ess. (i, l,
on.suld creek, Ihenee so clialns east, thence an
ehalus north, ihenee 30 clialns west, ihence so
chains south 10 ptuii of commencement.
Dated this 20th day of Ail-nut, l'JOz
Iiy his agent, C* M. Edwards,
Timber Notice
Nollce Is hereby given that thirty days after
date 1 intend lo make application to the Chief
Coininl .ilniier of Lnmls and Works Tor a spsclul
license to cut uud carry away limber from the
fullowlug described hinds:
Commencing at the N. E corner post situated
011 Hm wed side of V. I', It. I Hoc. 331, and ono
mile from II, A. Robson's corner 1 o-d, thenee so
ehalus south, thenco 80 chains went, thenco sn
chains north, llienee no chains cast in ihe point
uf commencemeuti oioueret, morem less.
Crauhrook, HUh August, 1012.
31 a 11. BLACK.
Timber Notice
Notice Is hereby given Hist tidily days aft or
dale I Uiti'iin In make application lo tlie Chief
commission *r of Unds ami Works for pei million to out nnd carry away timber from ibe Ml
lowing described lauds.
Commencing at lho N, E. corner post sllmttt-d
on tho wesl side of C. P. It. block XII, and about
one ijuaiif't of a mile from tlio railroad, from
said pus! so chnlns south, tbence so chains wesl,
thenee so clinlns north, ihence so clinlns ensi to
the point of iiiticucemeiit, iho acres, more or
less,  ■
1 raiilirunk, August llllll, 1003,
Timber Notice
Noilco Is hereby glvon that thirty dnys after
dale I will apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Umls nnd Works for a special license to cut
nud carry away timber from the following described lands:
Commencing nt the southwest corner post,
placed on the win!, of Moyle river north or Roberts'pln-'nr mint* and halt mile west from tho
Junction or Moyle river and Nigger creek, east
$ chains, thenee north rfl ehalns, thence wost
so chains, thence south so chains to the point of
commencement, <;m acres, more or less.
Cranbrook,20tli August, wm.
Timber Notice
Notlco is hereby given that thirty dnys arter
dale 1 Intend tn make application to Die Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works far license
10 cut and carry away timber from the fallowing
described lunds:
Commencing at a post planied about one mile
west of soui hwest corner of Lot ;ilr>, and run
nlug 80 clialns west, thence SO chains south,
thence 81) chains east, thence ho chains north to
point of commencement, containing Mi) acres,
more or less,
Cranbrook, 11, C„ August 20,1003.
Timber Notice
Nollce Is hereby given that thirty dnys after
date we Intend to mnko appilention ta the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for license
to cut and carry away timber from the following
des-rlbt'd lands:
common-ins* at a post planted nt tho southwest corner or Lot -no, and running north so
{halus along the west Hue of Lot Sir., theuce
west so chains, thence south so chains, thence
east nii chains to place of commencement.
Cranbrook, It. C, August a.th, PJ02. 23
Timber Notice
Notice Is hereby glvon that llilrty ilaysafter
date I Itlteml to apply to the Chief Commissioner
or Lands and Works for n special license to cut
and carry away timber from Hie following ilea*
ibeil lauds:
Couimeiicliig al a post marked "It. It. Jamie*
son's N. It, coiner" planted at^Hie snulliwest
corner id W, I', liurd'spuicliaie, oue mile ivesl
or Ihe soul welt em oer or Lol 823, tiroup 1, Kast
Kootenay, Ihenee wesi   lu chains, theuce south
100 chains. Hum air n chains, thence nurlii
100 clialns to the phue of he.,1 g, aoUtaliltllg
U0 acres, more or lots,
Dnled this Bfttll day of August, IMS.
Timber Notice
Noiloops liorebytglven thai llilrty days after
date 1 Intend to apply lo Hie Child Cnmilllsaloii
ar nf Umls und Works ror n special license to
cut niul carry aivay timber fi  tlie following
described lands:
Cominoticlug ai n post marked "II, tt. Jamie
son's n, K. corner" planted on Hi rth hank
if chipka (reek ai the south wcsl corner of Hie
land included lu .1. Hrookcuridgo's apodal llm
tier license, In   South   Kast   Kuolcnay, tlienc,
westso chains, tlieneo south 80 chains, tlienuo
nst hu chains, thence uortli su chains to ilia
pince of beginning, containing Wo acres, more
■ less.
Dated (his 25th day of August, \%-j.
24 11. It. JAMiKSON.
Timber Notice
Nollce Is hereby given ihat thirty days after
ilalc I will apply to the Chief nun mlssloner
uf Lands and Works for permission to cut and
remove timber from the fnllo.Ung described
lands 1
Commencing at the northeast corner |*iit situated on the west bank of Moyle slyer about 120
yards s nitll from the falls, south m rhalns,
theuce west SO chains, thence north SO chains,
thence east so chains to the pnlut of commeuc-
ig, I'. 10 acres, more or less.
Craubrook, 30th August, 1902,
On Thursday, the 35th, nf S#pFemtier-
at ten o'clock In the forenoou 3. part of
the government lots in Morrissey TrWu-
site will be Bold at auction.
The sale will take place m Bm»% ot the
Townsite OHi *e
Tetuis, one iluul cash, one third at
three months and tbe lubuiee at six
months, time being the essence ol tl.e-
An upset price has heen placed om
each lot, below which no sale wilt be:
Fort Steele, September 9th, 1903.
Government Agent'..
In Ihe mutter of Hie Estate of.lnRHts W.Ukou,
Pursuant lo the order ot tin* Mounnitble Mr.
.lusil e Ulchnrdtjon dated tlii- i.rji d-iy of September, 1902.
Take Notice that each cicdltw of the above-
estate is required to send In to the iiii.b-i signed
ou or before the ar«t day of November \w: his
claim against the said estate verlfliid hy statutory dechiratlon, together with statement «f lha
security ir any. held by lilm,
Dated at Regina, this loth day or Sept., io.ii,
Public Administrator,'
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I'iuiii the Morrlsiey Miner.
There Is a great scarcity of good carpenters and i-klllcil laborers In Morrlsiey. There is plenty nf work for any
numher of men at present. The pay Is
good and board cau be obtained at a
reasonable figure.
It la not tbe cailest task In the world
to get out a newspaper from a plant
the week It Is moved. Yet thai is what
Is being done In The Miner OltlCO this
week, and if there are a Tew ehortcom
lugs allowance will havi to be made this
The second span of the Crows Nest
Southern railroad bridge across ihe Klk
river ls nearlng completion. Afler this
span Is completed the piers for ihe
bridge hive to be strengthened and tbe
bridge will then be ready fur use. Tbe
rock for tbe piers will boon the ground
by the first of next we. k, and by ten
days the cars will be able to run over
the bridge.
A Johnson of Moyle, and I Black of
Sandon, two pioneers, have formed a
partnership In lhe hotel bu-dncss under
tbe firm name of Johnson, Dillas & Co.,
Mr. Dallas, the third partner, being in
Creenwood. These gentlemen are pioneers In the west and are well and far
orable known. Tbey have purchased a
corner at Armstrong and W nulpep
atreets and will start an hotel at once
R. W. Rogers Is building a meat mar
ket on the corner of Alexander and
Broadway avenues, and expects to be
ready for business by the middle o
next week. Mr. Rogers was formerly
In the meat business in Cranbrook and
Fort Steele, and The Miner wishes
him all kinds of success In our hustling
little cl y.
Tbe work of clearing the streets will
now progress more rapidly lb in before
The targe stump puller has been re
celved and will be placed on the streets
In a day or two. A large crew of men
are working every day clearing and
burning brush and tbe streets will soon
be lo a much better condition than
they are at present.
F ins Si McD mell will have a number
of men from now on rushing the work
for the Ciows Nest Southern railway
terminal. There Is a station, freight
shed, round bouse, section house, sldlng--
and a water tank to be built here, and
the ground has tn be cleared and graded
within a very sbmt time. Tnls will require a number of men, and a good ax -
man can get work here In one minute.
On Thursday Superintendent McKay,
of the government road department.
with G O. Foil, laid out the new road
which Is to be built from Morrissey to
the Morrissey coal mines. They found
that a fine road can be built which win
be on high, dry laud all the way, for a
reasonable amount. Work was started
on this road and It wilt be rushed to
completion. This road will be bul
three arid a half miles long and with
but a slight grade, which can be nsed
by heavy wagons the year round,
"Jim" Wardner. the only "Jim," lhc
best known man In the mining camps on
th-! Ameilcan continent, anived In
town Wednesday evening,    lie stopped
oft to visit his old friends Thomas Crahan am) H. L Btopb ins     Mr. Wanlner
looks younger thah be did three years
ago, when the writer saw him In Nome,
and he is as full of life, energy an 1
good nature as of yore. He lias made
hundreds of thousands, and spent bis
money like n pilnce. His bonk, pnb-
l'slied three >ycats ago.  Is a  hlsiory of
the vailed career ol a remarkable man,
Alike present time M'. Wanlner ls Interested In a coal proposition,
J A. Qtlltt, our post master, enme in
from oranbrook Tuesday with a complete Hue of men's furnishings, and until bis post office and store building Is
completed will be found In a ter.l ad
j lining The Miner building. II - is ex
perl Ini; his Qflltlfl supplies any  day now.
and win take Immediate charge of all
mall leaving and arriving In Morrissey.
j irk is .iw.ii m thing when It comes to
the clothing line, and nt i> I* bill little
lui reduction to tbe people of our lown,
having been associated for the past
four years with ihejeadlig firms of
Craubrook, lie is a hustler, and In luis
than 8-1 hours after stepping off the
train lu GlorloUB Morrissey be had bis
lot graded, um t pitched, goods on display and was taking in thc coin,
Jsmea Oreer, the contractor, arrived
from Craubrook Monday with a force of
men, and Is busily engaged In the erection of the numerous buildings for
wblch he has contracts. Among these
are the the hotel building for H. A, Ki*
iiouse, which will be 30x40, two stories,
wllh kitchen addition; post oflice and
store for J. A. Gillis, 24x40; store and
dwelling for R. E. Hlrtz, .toxin), two
stories, and warehouse, 84x40) atoie
and dwelling for A. V. Geddes, 34x30,
two atorles; drugstore, 14x40; hardware
stire and tinibop for J, C. Patmore,
24x3!!; flour and feed s.ore for Mr. Miller, 20x30, with warehouse, 14x20.
These building will be pushed to completion just aa rapidly aa lumber can be
gotten on the ground. Mr. Greer Is
one of tbe greatest hustlers In his lire
of business in tbe district, and It la just
snch men as he that Morrhsey Is noit
In need of.
For Their Oira Cairo*.
A couple of young men were out Ask**
Ing one day aud on returning were teeing pust a farmhouse and felt hungry,
Tbey yelled to the farmer's daughter!
"Girls, have you any buttermilk?"
The reply wns gently wafted bacfc
to tbelr ears, "Yes, but wo keep It foi
onr own calves."
The boya calculated that tbey bad
business away, mu, tbey went.
Theory aad  Practice.
"DIngtobat boa original Ideal about
family government. He Buys every
Immi' Hhotild In- u llttlo republic, whero
universal toleration prevails and every
one Ihih n voice In tho government."
"Yes, tits family ls munaged on that
plan; but bo and Mrs. Dlnglebat bavo
tlio sumo old wrnnglo every day as to
who slinll bo president"
Not Palatal.
"nere," cried Oldbara to hla fellow
lodger, who was starting for bla boll*
duy, "that's my brush and comb you're
pulling In your portmanteau."
"Well, let me have 'em. You won't
need 'em; you've grown so bald lately."
"That's Just It I can't part with
hu Uiefalneas.
"Cholly doesn't seem to be of much
use lu the world."
"Oh, I don't know; he makes a, nice
cigarette holder."
(oslli'l Cru Hlaa,
Cholly—So you think I am too alow
for any use?
She—Yes. You don't even make tlw
itfeer fount me» jealous.
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   All kinds
of repairing.   Give me a call.
Call at Tom's Barber Shop, Victoria House, opposite depot.
lli.. slioii is nnat, tlie towel, are *-,.-..,».
Tilt, slii'iirs jiri- Hhar,., Hit; rn/i.rs keen.
An.l iss.-.y I Iiiiii I Hal skill van ,1.)
If ysiu'll ..all liell .li. i.n- you.
J. T. Dendurant, Prop.
Shave ISc.      flair Cat JSc.     Shampoo IS
Physician and Surgeon.
Oflice at Residence, Armetrool Ave.
Foreaoooa,   •  •   ■  •  Mt to tl
Afleraooaa   ■   •   •   ■   l:JD lo 3:M
Benin,,    ■   •   •   •    I.HliilJ.
CRA   HROOK,    :   :   ! :    B.  C
Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary Public.
Cranbrnols anil VHtrssslllr, B. C.
George Laurie has wood
of all lengths, see him
before buying.
Drink Home Beet
It is Pure
It is healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
Spokane Falls &
Northern R'yCo.
Nelson & Fl. Shcphard R'y Co.,
Red   Mountain   Railway  Co
The only alt rait route between alt
points Knot, Weat and South to....
Intermediate Points,
Connecting at
SPOKANK with the
Oreat Northern, Northern Pacific
and O. R. & N. Company.
Connects at
Nelson with Steamer for Kaslo
and All Kootenay   Lake Points,
Myers Falls with Stage Daily for
Republic, and
Connects .l.ilv
At    Bossburg   Stage   Daily   lot
llransl Forks and (ireenwood.
II. A. JACKSON, lien. Pan. All.
I have good wood of all lengths.
Leave orders at Townsite office receive prompt attention.
Richard Stewart
Draying and
Pianno Moving a Specialty
There are a few poinls lo
be considered in building.
Good work,   Good   M a Icti
and thc price.
Have s.m talked wllh aayone ahoal building?
Come and ace me or lei me sec you. II mas
do aa both good.
Crsebrook Lodge. No. M
A. P. ft A. M.
Iti'KiilHr meetings oo Iba
llilnl Tliurmlay »f Ih
YlHltinK bn-thern welcomed.
(lao. A. Lkitch, Bee'y.
East Kootenay
Bottling Co.
Aerated Waters
Of all kinds.
Syrups, Champagnes, Ciders,
Ginger Ales, Etc.
Soda water in siphons.    Tlie most
economical way to handle it.
Canadian Pacific Railway Lands
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company control a large area of the choicest farming and ranching lands
in the Kootenay District. The prices range from $!.<>» to $5.00 an acre, the latter being for lirst-class agricultural lands. tThese lands are readily accessible by the Crows Nest Pass Railway.
Terms of Payment
The aggregate amount of principal and int real, except In the
case of lands under $2.Sll an acre, is divided into ten instalments as
shown in the table below; the first to be paid at Ihe lime uf purchase, tne second one year from dale of Ihe purchase, the Ihird in
two years and so on.
The following table shows the amount uf the annual instalments
on 160 acres al diiferenl prices under Ihe above cunditiuns:
16(1 acrs al $2,511 per acr, Ist instalment $5W5 o equal inlalts at 55(1.011
3.0(1 «           »                 71.90 '.               60.00
3.50 "            "                 83.90 ••                70.00
4.00 ••           .1                95.85 1.              80.00
4.50 "          »               107.85 ••              90.00
5.00 «           .1                19.85 "             100.00
Kimberlev "s "1C l"is'ncss an<' shipping point for the
** North Star and Sullivan mines.
BEAL & ELLWELL, Townsile Agents.
Cranbrook is the uiv's'<mal Point oft»c Crows Nest Pass
Railway and the commercial centre of South
East Kootenay.
V. HYDE BAKER, Townsile Agent.
For further Information apply to agents a. above or to
Lands under $2.50 per acre are sold
on shorter time.
If tbe land is paid lor in lull al lhe
lime of purchase, a reduction Irom the
price will be allowed equal to ten per
cent on the amount paid In excess ol Ihe
usual cash instalment.
Interest at six per cent will be
charted in over due instalment
The Company bas also Iota fur sale
in the following town sites In Easl Kooienay: Elko, Cranbrook, Moyelle, Kilch.
ener, Creston and Kimberley.
The lerma ol payment are one-third
cash, and the balance ia six and twelve
Kitchener is in the center of thc great
Iron range aud the gateway lo the White
Orousc copper fields.   J. T. BURGESS,
Townsite Agent.
A. TAYLOR, District Land Agent, Nelson, B. C. or
F. T. GRIFFIN, Land Commissioner, Winnipeg.
You Save Honey
"Royal Brand"
with this guarantee label attached
to the pocket of the
coat or overcoat.
E. A. Small & Co., Ita makers, are founders In
Canada of Tailor-made Clothing ready-to-wear.
It has taken years of careful training in the
manufacture of this Clothing, in order to reach
the perfection, which "Royal Brand" has
" Royal Brand " Clothing is now reaping its
just reward by its enormous sale from the
Atlantic to the Pacific.
Compare Fit, Finish and Value of " Royal
Brand" Clothing with other makes, then ask
you»elf which you will have ?
Reid & Co. Agents For Cranbrook.
and Builder  *
All work guaranteed.   See ua before
you build.   It will pay yaa.
Cranbrook, B C
Undertaking And
Graduate of Champion college of U." S
Office mid store, Aiken block,
near Canadian Hank of Commerce. Cranbrook, 11. C
llpholiterlni sad Qeneral Furniture Repslrlsi
Will attend to any work in tbe district
Agent fnr the Brandon Marble and Ursolic
Works.   Tombslnnes, Headstones, etc.
Land Purchases,
Mining Claims,
Etc., made by contract
P. 0. Port Steele, B. C.
s* 4
4   H*M******tttt*ttttt.t   4
i PETE* MATHESON, Proprietor. •
U <M:**«»e**MM«t*»fr*tt.> J
fi When you are hungry and want **
*t a good meal go to the Kast -*
m Kootenay. JJ
fi When you are tired and want a **
as good rest go to the East Koo- in
Stenay. §
_ When you are thirsty and want a Z
.. good drink  go  to the Kast *
* Kootenay. J
fi In fact when you are in Cranbrook S
m atop at the Kast Kootenay. ->
St. John
New York
O.O.F.   Key Cily Udie
Nst. 42. Meet, every Mon.
day nlKlsl at llielr iu.ll o
linker Htraet.    HoJsnirlilllK
Odd fellows cordially Invited.
A. Mich, Jr., M. Iloekendurl,
11. II. y.b>c'
When in town don't
forget to stop at the...
Victoria House
The best dollar a day
house in Cranbrook...
Everything Firstclass
Opposite Depot
L. R. Gubbins,
J. T. Dendurant,
San Francisco
Upper Lake Steamers
Lv. Fori William, Sue, Tne., Frl.
Leave Dunmore Junctloa dally for St. I'aul
Leave Kootenay Landing Tuesday and Salur
day for Toroato aad all eastern poinls
Leave Revelstoke dally lor Seallle, Vaacouver
and coasl cities
in all the
Towns in
P. Burns & Col
Wk.lca.lc aad Retail
1 Meat Merchants
Fresh and Cured Meats Frtsh
Pish, Game and Poultry.
We supply only the best.    Your
trade is solicited.
mma*wmasm®sr.™:: ss Km
A Dollar in a Lot
may make lots of dollars. Buy a lot in
MARYSVILLE, the Smelter City of
South East Kootenay.
Simpson & Hutchison,
Cranbrook and Marysville Sole Agents
Robinson & McKenzie.
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kinds Of
Rough and Dressed Lumber
One of tbe Most Comfortable
Hotels in I'.itst K.!.fituiM>
Refuted Throughout
L. B. VanDecar, Prop.
Craubrook, B. C.
Newly Furnished
Livery  S
Throuin tickets to Europe via all Allaallc
Llnea. Prepaid tickets Irom all point, al
lowest rales. For tall particular, apply lo
local agents.
A. Q. P. A., Aieat,
Vancouv.r. Craabrook
D. P. A., Ntltaa, B, C.
Proprietors * * *
Tentua nm! .Irivera fiunlahed for any
point in Uie district.
Manager   Jt  Jt   Jt
We have a stock ol
Common Brick,
Pressed Brick,
Fire Brick
and Tile
Those wanting chimneys, fire
places, boilers lined, or any job
work in the brick line call on
Geo. R. Taylor Special
To the L.idii-s of Cranbrook and vicinity:
We beg to inform you
has taken charge of our
and will be prepared to
do all manner of Dress
and Mantle Making.
Yours truly,
to. o
1 We Don't Blame Eve
For taking the Apple if it
was anything like ours.
Come and see them, ue «,*
Lots other Fruit in stock.
O     VJ.    1 .   IWUl-ilVU.     o
o. o
to Fancy and Staple  Qroceries  and Crockery. 0
to  o
Offices at Cranbrook. Fort Steele, Moyie, Kimberley,
Marysville, Morrissey and Elko, B. C, and Blairmore and Frank, Alberta. J The District ia our
territory.    Call up 'phone 20 if you want insurance
f Head Office Cranbrook, B. C. local and lqno distance 'phone 20 ®
T -
5 Spokane, Wash., October 6th to 14th, 1902, Inclusive.      %
HOUSES,  IlllliS.
i Stock	
| Fine Arts Exhibit SSk
S Fruit Exhibits tmeb,S;nESt
| Eight Day Racing :SS
; Agricultural Exhibits WBS1
| $25,000 IN PREMIUMS
*      Iir.ST MUSIC—Amusement extraordinary.   Concession privileges of all   *.
J kinds for sale.   Write for catalogue, GEO. II. MARTIN,        j
t*        I-'RANK LKAKK, Advertising Agent. Mgr, and Sec'y, m
Qet Insured
Every one knows
Insurance pays
Now is tlie time to
Secure protection
(J cnn
Rriy on
Early settlements
Don't hesitate
Palmer & Arnold
Manufacturer's Agents
Fire and Life Insur'ce
ftt»U»Ht>tN »'«lil
Proprietor of the
Candy Kitchen
Carries a oomplete stock sit
Candies, Fruits, Nuts,
Biscuits, Pipes and
TobaCCOS. Olve ua a call
Select private boarding school for
hoys. Modern methods, Accomplished
masti-rs. Excellent IhIiIp. Home rnre.
Refining influences. Large, airy hud
rooms. Specially built class rooms.
Cricket, football, boating, Swimming,
military drill. Patronized hy the best.
Highest references. Prospectus, Rev
C. J, Breiiton, M, A , Vancouver, II. C
Reference lhe Rev, II  llearhnm.
ib nr interior nr exterior of your iiuim- j.:.> tn 1*
J Amateur work will reeelve our best stten «
ft.      timi, N.iuri'siiii'fii wnrk solicited      •*■
I Sell This Brand of Silverware
"Silver Plate that Wears."
St/H^PE,*!)*1 _
Official Watch Inspector for
Crows Nesl dlvleloa C. P. H.
Owing to souie nliBUtlslerstaiiilliij-s in
the past The Herald herenfter will iniske
n flat rale of y'/i centa per line for lirsl
insertions and s cents per line each subsequent insertion for church anil ssiclely
locals advertising paid entertainments.
No tickets received in lieu of advertising,
or ns cnmplimcntnries. Btiaineaaof this
character will be transacted on  a cash
basis hereafter.
.............. .»»g)
Vroom & Dezall
Horse Shoeing
> Carriage Repairing and
f General Jobbing....
| Outside Orders Promptly
{ Attended to.
Picked Up About the City  by Asking
Questions ot Many  People.
K. II. Small visited Morrissey Thursday.
W, N. Clark wns up from Morrissey on
Vic Dial SUD ler. of Moyie, was in town
N. Hansen, of Wasa, was a Cranbrook
visitor this week,
Just arrived our full nud whiter slock
McSweyn St Griffith,
P. Hums \ Co.  shipped  u carload of
sheep tu Nelson ou Monday.
Harold Jamieson has been confined to
the house by illness this week.
The Cranbrook base hall team Iibs
gone to Frank to meet the team of that
Mr. and Mrs. J, Breckenridge returned Tuesday afternoon from Michel! and
George Leilch, who is now manager
of the Jaffray mill, spent Sunday in
\V< N* Clarke has gone lo Morrissey,
where lie is engaged in painting and
J. McDonald, of Morrissey, was in
town Monday, and made The Herald
ollice a call.
Old furniture can be made look like
new again at Gilpin's upholstering and
repair shop.
Mrs. Nelson, Miss Watson and Mrs, W.
R. Ross, of Fort Steele, were in town
last Thursday. I
J. R Downs, of the Cosmopolitan ho-!
tel. has heen laid up with rheumatism
tbe past week.
H, n. Gilmour, member ol the provin-1
cial house, has been in Cranbrook for
the past few days.
Four rooms to rent, neatly furnished,
in a good locality,   Apply to
For Sale.—T«vo large sized show cases;
American make.     In   good   condition.
Kri'iiirt; at this office.
List—A brooch between Methodist
church and Biker hill. Finder please
leave at Herald office.
George Leask has the contract for
building tbe new hotel for William
Slewart nt Morrissey.
C. M. Edwards left last Monday for
England. He will be absent about six
weeks or two months.
The Robinson & McKenzie Lumber
Company is building a handsome office
building on Louis street.
A. W. and Harry McVittie have gone
to Michel to survey a ranch for Foss &
McDonell, of Morrissey.
Mr. Pollln, who has secently returned
from England, aud I. If. Lnidlaw came
over fiom Fort Steele Monday.
Mrs Caslake aud daughter, Kdith, left
Saturday for a three months' visit with
relatives In Stratford, Ont.
"Mooch," tbe late mascot of the
Herald, haa gone to Morrissey to take
ihe same position on the Miner staff.
The new turn-table at the C. P. R.
shop is rapidly ncaring completion. It
is one of the best iu British Columbia.
Oliver Burge came in from Perry creek
Monday to help out the boys at the
Manitoba during Mr. Wellman'a absence.
A good many took advantage of the
line wealher on Saturday and went
shouting.   Several bags  were reported.
Rev. McKillop, of Lethbridge, arrived
in Cranbrook from the coast in lime to
ath'ud the funeral of little Bessie Bremner.
Miss Nellie Ryan returned from New
Hi iinswlck Tuesday where she haa been
visiting her old home during the summer.
Father Ouelette left Tuesday for Montreal to receive treatment lor his eyes,
which have been troubling bun for some
Ferule had a hid fire in the section of
that place known us " Old Town " Inst
week, nud several families were rendered
Key City Lodge. I. O. O. F„ will hold
a meeting of special importance next
Monday evening, and a full attendance
is requested,
Baall Fimiley came across the boundary last week with a drove of fine
horses for the Edmonton country, and
Dr Dell passed upon the bunch.
We have have now on hand a nice
range ot Scotch Tweeds, latest designs
and patterns. We will be pleased to
show them. McSweyn & Griffith.
Mrs. K. G. Erickson and little daugh
ter left Thursday for their future home
in Schricher, Ont., where Mr. Erickson
s located as divisional superintendent.
Tom Wellman, A. McKenzie nnd
Frank Dickenson have gone into camp
on Hull river for a two weeks' outing.
" Salty " expects to bring home a bear.
Gilpin   has   his   splendid   stock    of
caskets and undertaking and embalming
supplies opened out and.is prepared to
intend to ilu-' needs ofthe public in this
Mrs. Dr. Rivers, of Raymond, Alta.,
sister uf William and Norman Hill, and
Mrs. E- G. Hill and daughter of Lethbridge, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
William Hill.
Geo. Haggartb aud Vic Rollins came
down from Elko Tuesday. Mr. Rollins
has just returned from an extended visit
in Eastern Ontario, and says tbat be
has had a glorious lime.
W. L. Reid, <>f Moyie, of the firm of
Reid & Campbell, has withdrawn from
the firm, and -Oil spend the winter iu
the Boundaiy country. Mr. Campbell
will continue the business.
The town ot Morrissey is going ahead
at a rapid rale. Many new buildings
are being constructed aud what was u
piece of woodland three weeks ago Is
last beciniiiiiL- a prosperous town.
Thc Clara Uanmer Company played
here to large houses last Friday and Saturday eveulugs, and iii each case gave
Uie best ol satisfaction, Tbey will always he greeted witb big bouses in
Government Agent Armstrong will
sell lhe govetumeut lots iu Morrissey at
public auction ou the 85th, Tbe govern
ment only gives six monthB* time, which
may have a tendency to make tbe bidding slower,
There will he a foreign mission enter.
tiiiniiient held ii) the Baptist church on
Thnrsdaj evening, when several of the
participants will be dressed up In Indian
cottumes A collection will be taken up
at the close.
The Ladies' ofthe Cranbrook Methodist church, have airanged to have a
lecture (by tbe pastor,) after which re-
freshment will be served, on Thursday
eveiiing Sept 25th. A cordial invitation
Is extended to the  public.
There Is a probability of two ladles
securing tbe store vacated by the Koote'
nay Furniture company and opening a
modern restaurant. The location would
be first-class, mid a restaurant open day
and night should be a paying proposition in Cranbiook.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Armstrong came
over to Cranbrook Thursday to see their
daughter Margery off for Yale, where
she is to attend school. Vera Erickson
left at the same time, and the two little
girls had quite a trip by themselves.
W. R. Rots, of Fernie, waa In town
Monday, having been out to Perry creek
lie had on his regulation uniform for the
bills and his friends did not know him.
Clothes don't make the man, but thev
make a big difference in the appearance
of some.
Charley Mclnnes, the young sou of
M. Mclnnes, left last Monday for Montreal to resume his school. The little
cbap is a musical prodigy, and notwithstanding his loss of sight, la making
wonderful progress along that line.
Mr. and Mta. G. W. Hull returned
.Monday Irom tbe east, and left Tuesday
for Marysville, Mrs. Hull, who was
quite ill when she lelt Marysville a few
months ago, is now enjoying excellent
health. Mrs. M. A. McKenzie accompanied them from Spokane.
Last Monday night Milton Cory, son
of conductor Cory, while playing with a
can of powder and a match, cany* In
contact with an explosion by pouring
the powder into fire. As a result the
boy's face waa badly burned, but fortunately bis eyes were uninjured.
Rev. S. J. Thompson, returned from
Winnipeg yesterday morning and will
occupy his pulpit next Sunday both
morning and evening. Morning subject,
••Impressions of the General Conference." Evening subject, "A Wise
Choice," a sermon particular for young
Tom Cavin, tbe impressible, one of
tbe best known railroad men In the
west, has returned to Cranbrook. He
says that nowhere in British Columbia
ot the Territories is there a town like
Cranbimk. "The people are right here,
at.d they look good to me," said Mr.
Caviu, and he meant It.
The Imperial Limited will be taken off
on the au'.h. After that tbe trains from
tbe east may be on time. Thc Crow's
Nest bianch Is crowded wllh business
these days to such au extent that It Is
impossible to get cars to meet the demand. There are ten more engines coming, which will greatly Increase tbe
power, something that is badly needed.
Frank McCabe waa In town Frldiy
He haa sold his Wardner hotel to
Harry Dlmoi-k, of Moyie, who took
charge Tuesday. Mr, McCabe will engage In the clothing business at Wardner. J. H. Wolfe will go (o Wardner
with Mr. Diinock, and look after the
dining room. Huth of the men are popular and will do a big business In that
The Johnson McRaye conbination gave
an entertainment at Wentworth halt last
Monday evening to a small house. As a
result the lacrosse boya came out about
even. Miss Johnson's work was well re*
ceived, but where Mr, McRaye got tbe
Idea that he could Imitate the French
Canadian habitant ia not known. A man
to assume those characters in Canada
must know hla business.
. The Fernie Free Press says the Cranbrook base ball club got what they deserved iu running against the paid pro*
fessional players in Calgary, Intimating
that Cranbrook nail been guilty of the
same thing. Cranbrook never has paid
a in.in to play ball with its team. The
players have all been legitimate amateur
players, not professionals. The Free
Press should be better posted.
I'r.nn tlie l'rn.|H'i't(ii.
M.   King,   Cranbrook,   was In town
Friday ■
Mr. and Mrs, Geo. H. Gilpin, Cranbrook, were visiting at Steele Sunday.
James Finley, manager of the Sullivan mine wai in town Sunday.
Mrs. A. C. Nelson and Miss Watson
visited Cranbrook Wednesday.
Messrs. Chisholm and Robinson returned from Palmers Bar Wednesday,
where tbey were engaged In lunulntr a
tunnel on the Clover Leaf mineral
claim. Owing to tbe destruction of
of their blacksmith outfit by fire they
were compelled to return to Steele for
a new outfit.
Messrs. Pollen and Laidlaw visited
tbe K-uella mine Wednesday. In con
vcrsatlon with a Prospector representative Mr, Pollen said that thc mine waa
lookiug extremely well. That ll was
tbe Intention of the management to
move the concentrating plant from
Thunder Hill to Tracy as soon aa the
roads are In condition, that a building
will be erected In time to receive tbe
Manager Robert Liltle, with a small
force left Steele Thursday tu commence
operations on a number of claims owned by the Kootenay Perry Creek Mining
company. A shaft will be sunk and
several cuts run. Present operations
will consist of tbe annual assessment
on the Sovereign, CrifTell, Highland
Chief and Fraction mineral claims.
From Uie Fernie Free i'r-sn.
Mr W. B. Oanong, manager of lhe
Royal Hotel, on Tuesday in truing re
turned from a month's v-icari <n in N'nw
Brunswick. He was accompauUd by
Mrs. Oanong.
Duncan McLean while practising!
croase on tbe recreation grounds the
other evening, met with a slight accident widen threatens to put blm out of
the game for this season. He twisted
one of hla feet, breaking one of the
smaller bonea. The accident coming at
this time is particularly m-fortunate as
tbe lacrosse team cin hardly spare him.
A man named Biusch, a contractor at
Moirisspy, was brought to the Fernie
hospital last week suffering from brain
trouble. He was in delirium all tbe
time he was here and died on Wednesday. Mr>. Brunch arrived In town on
Wednesday evening but only to learn
the sad fate of her husband. Tbe body
was sent to Spokane Friday morning.
Little Alice Holford had a narrow escape from death on Thursday. Hrr
parents had been giving ber powders
for a sore mouth and the little girl ha,
■jcucd to get hold of aome insect powder
which she swallowed. Luckily her
mother noticed what bad happened a
moment later, and Dr. Bonnell was hastily summoned and soon administered
relief to the child.
From the Mi>y,e Leader
A bnah fire has been raging near
Tochty thia week, P. J. Cahlll says
tbe fire has damaged his timber limits
to the extent of nearly 85.000.
Andrew Johnston la erecting a hotel
building In Morrissey and will be open
for business within a short time. Andy
Is a good hotel man, a genial and popular fellow, and the Leader wishes him
all kinds of good luck.
Of the men wbo have been woiklng
at the St Eugene mine, Dennis Lynch
will spend the winter In California and
may take a trip to Ireland; Harry
Diinock has bought a hotel in Wardner
and will go Into business foi himself;
John Rlackburu may go to the Northwest Territories to locate; Dive Porter
and Jerry Hudson have gone back to
the Coeur d'Alenea; Jack Sexton and
Jack Wrln are In Rossland; Paddy Murray and the O'Routke brothers have
gone to California; Chas, Dinfs and
Patrick Donner will go to Rossland;
Jobn One Is In the Slocan.
Will Sell Uovernmrnl Lots.
Miu'ilv.i'y Miner.
As wll) be seen by an advertisement
In today's paper, Government Agent
Armstrong will sell the government lots
In Morrissey at public auction on the
25th of the month. Tbe sale will take,
plsce In front of the townsite cRIie and
the terms will be one-third cash, onr-
thlrd In three months, and one-third In
six months. Tbla will make It more
I difficult for the government to make
sales, as tbe other lots In town are be'
ing sold on r.' months'time. Tbe government does not Intend to sacrifice Its
property, since It baa aet a price on all
Its lota, and the bidding must be above
tbat or tbe lota don't go.
aillls A Muflclan.
Morrissey Miner
J. Gillis Is a violinist, and the first
night be played tbe chipmunks came
out from their holes, tbe owls ceased
hooting, the coyotes ceased howling and
nature seemed pleased, But the force
In The Miner cftl;e went on a strike
and all work ceased for the nlgbt.
Why Vou Should Buy "Fair Play" Chewing
BKCAUSK It Is the best quality.
Bkcausk it Is the most lasting chew.
Bkcausk It Is the largest high grade 5 or
ioc plug.
Bkcausk tbe tags are valuable for premiums Until January 1st, 1904.
Bkcausk we guarantee every plug, and
Bkcau.sk your dealer is authorized to refund your money If you are not satis*
The Empire Tobacco Co., Ud.
Excitement Still Prevails at
The Big Store
In our Men's department new goods are arriving every week
so that our stock is becoming more complete every day.   It J
will pay you to inspect our goods before purchasing.
This week we received a large shipment of Glassware and
Chamber Sets which we will sell at close margins.
Our stock ol Groceries is always fresh and clean.
to J. P. PINK, rianaj-er. «*>.
tomtotot ototottototot ««««i*tr<e*fc*«**tfq
4> Last Saturday wc sold over two hundred books.   So well S£
T   nt,.c*A mitt.   .1,- d,™. .k,, „„„. «,,.,..4,„ .... ,„M1„II.. „„..   .d*!
pleased with the scheme that next Saturday wc will offer you
O cash.   Remember these are not paper covered books, but well I?
O bound cloth covered books.    We have seen them sold for 40c fi
to each.    The reason we do this is to make room for our large jf*
to '<ill and Christmas stock which is now on the way. Call early ,
^v and get your choice and be impressed with the fact that It I
■ Pays to Deal at        *      *      *      *      *      *      *
to    BEATTIE'S PRM and stationery store
£ Mall Orders Dispatched Quickly.
I    .    Fresh Beef, Pork,
|   4   Mutton, etc.S<£S
©        T        Pork Sausage, Poultry, Fish and
Q3 Qame in Season.
Just a little worn, eh? What you need is a new suit. One
that will wear, one that will look well at all times, and
that will not cost too much money. We can fix you out.
We have a fine selection of suitings to choose from and,
what is more, you can depend upon the quality.
Leask & Henderson
The Joth Century Tailors, Cranbrook, li. C
All kinds and superior quality. Our
Apples and Plums cannot be equalled
in town and the prices are right. Don't
think of preserving until you inspect
our stock.
Cosmopolitan Hotel jj
....Special Lines....
Hennessy's Three Star Cognac, per bottle  $2 50 '
Du'nville's Old Irish Whiskey, perbottle  I 75
Usher's Special Reserve, per bottle  2 00
S Usher's Old Vatted Glenlivet, per bottle  I 75
i    John Dewar's Special, per bottle  I 75
* , Coate's Plymouth Gin, per bottle  I 50 '
| I Crofts* 1870 Invalids Port, per bottle - 2 50 |
i    Jamaica Rum, proof strength; per bottle     «  175
" s Old Spanish Sherry, per bottle  2 00
j I Claret—Chateau-Clowsman, pints - 100
J ! Bass Ale, pints  35
,  9
*-* Guinness' Stout  35
Our Samples of Woolens
And Tailors Trimmings for the Spring
and Summer Season, 1902, are made up
of the latest and choicest to be found
in the foreign and domestic markets.
They are especially adapted for the merchant tailoring trade and may be had
upon application.


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