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 THE CRANBROOK  HERALD.
VOMIMK   S.
C UANHIIOOK,   UltlTlSlI   COl.UMHIA,   THURSDAY,   .11 I.V    13,    1005.
Nl "MIS Kit   It!
CHURCH DIRECTORY       ADDITIONAL LOCALS
Cranbrook Presbyterian Church.
Snhbath Services 	
  ii a.m. and 7.an p.m.
Smwiiiy School & BIMe Class...3 p.m.
Christian Endekvar, Tuesday ...H p.m.
The  pilbllc  air cordially   invited   lo
attend nil  thr nurtitiKM.
INisHu, W (1. W. Foitim.-, II A.
triibrmik  Mtlh.idi-i Churtb.
Cnmrr .»l I1ii<i.« \*rmit< aud LmIi Slrtci
Suihliiv  Snv Ill's :--
DIVfM Wortibln li a in
Snndav Scbo.il I p tn
Hi*.hit' Wtiishi-i 7 in p in
Tuoadu -Kpwtnth bflmua ni Carts
n.tii Kiideavoi k p.m
A oordlal Invlt-aMon li extended ta
ihr imiiiu-
.»  iv u.'stni.ui, Pasloi
CrsttHriwh Hip tin l itiiirtlt.
The followlm is   a list oi ihi' sol
viivs held in iin- Baptist church:—
Sunday 11 a m  and . .tu p m,
Siinilav Silnml  ;t p in
Voting Peoples 8 n in Tu.'s.i.iv
I'rayei   Merlin*      i p in   Wcdnexdaj
Tin1 public   cord inl I)   Invited in
attend all th.- meetings
Pastoi, J. L. SUii.      mi Moudrti
J. E. Ken wick spent Sunday in
town.
Knd Ha/i'ii, nf Moylo, visited Knn-
berley on Thursday.
Mr.    Donahue,   lbs    Uanlticr    nicr-
chanti was in town Monday.
ROV. Itat-iUUi, nl the BugUsb
rliiiuli, \lKiliil NClSOO this week.
Ml alKl Mis Uugg^rth an- VlBltlttg
IrleOds at Klko and I'Vnm* ihis week.
A. \\. MoVlttle and V Hyds Baku
.in- in iin-  Ukanagau anuntrji     this
W.'l-I.
ii.iiiv Bradford, ol Bayard, was In
town Tuesday an.l Wednesday ol thin
a iv k
Ladles tn- sure ami Imj lho Wlgen
aim wherries al ti. T   Itogers     Thoy
.U.'  Tilt' bcht.
'i...ii',.' vi.ut.ili.ii, .mi bride ro turned
lasl Krtday ami arc keeping house
111 l.l married people.
John llrt'iiiiiu    leaves Inr Portland
.il.i' in iii,' i.m     .m.i
ihi'ii bo will
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111. C. Strawberries ;
4 ',
t llruserving   Senson nl  hniul. 4 I    ™ "■'"    su""" i'1-  l>=i>'K I'alnle,
I l.,'ai.'v..„,'..ri|i'rs { I'"'1 "hm ,l„i,i. Is going iu be „ llilni
} l'r..u,pi  i|e.iv..rv giinrnnlood 4 !'" '"""'  "'"' » ■>">' ,'"''v''1
4 Fresh l'i',,h„ j     A. Belmont .„,.! liriilo rcluriicil las
ScllltlO.
Untiles lie aa,,' an.l l,„y the   WTgeli
trawberrlra sl fl,  l'. Rogers.   Thoy
I,.- best
nl
inn
t'h.ti,',-   .',,nt',','ii..i,,'i'\
Itimelwood loo i'r,n
t   Monday   nnil
now comfortably
I .*HUGH STEWART.* '
0     CNONt  NO    TS       ARMtTltONG  AVE     f
4■§■■•■•»•■•-•«#••••••» •■■•••• ••■•*•■•-*>■ •••• •-••■••-♦
I CLtNE'S   POPULAR i
| barbershop!
i is now located in il. comlort- I
{able and attractive new qu.ir-   '
.  lers in the Watts building. * !
j This institution is lust up-to- I
, date and is modernly equipped I
j to do lust the best work in all !
. branches ot the Unisonal art. i
♦ 	
I TISDALE I
Headquarters fur clu ice 4
conffh-tionory and fruit.   Wo 4
nre the agents here for the fa- j
nioiis G.   B,   ChoeolateB s„ ,
well known by all lovers of j
good  sweets.    Shipments ,
niade so as to  hnve nothing t
Iml fresh stiwk. .
located In their  „■ on Huker llill.
l.„ .t. Su, in iluy  nnl Sunday   ivere
uvu of the hollcsl days Ihal    this
icction lias os'licrlonced for    several
THR
STRATHCONA
tornicrk Hotel I'hnli
NBLSON,   B,   C.
It. rofrl'KtNS, Mniwigcr.
I'l,is hotel i>.  ■ ol the l»'Kt i„
Uui,sl, Cnlinnliii, ami  up tn duto
1,1  evorj   ,..s|,..'i Well  llghlnl
BHIIIpllI 1X101118.
11. Edgar Davis f  .
Mi.ss Wilson, nt Calgary, accompanied by Miss Ma/ie Jamieson, arrivud
lust vvi'i'i, .m.i are the guests ol W
II   Wilson.
Jos Ryan, nt the Kimberley Milling
,v Manufacturing company, was transacting business for ihui firm in town
litis week.
Mis. it. Dudley, accompanied hy her
hii.ireii, ol Kernle, is visiting her
.laughters, Mrs. It. E. Tayloi, nf the
Sulllvah mine.
Con Lynch, one ol tho best known
miners in Movie, spent si.vera! days
in Cranbrook tills week, where be
made many good Iriends,
Dr. Bishop, C. E. Jndson, E.
Sprouts and M. Uurick, Marysville's
rooters anhf boosters, were in town
Monday to witness the lacrosse
•■.ame.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton, of Kimberley, were in town on Wednesday, accompanied by Miss Hrown anl Miss
Sevanty, of Nelson, who are their
quests.
P. Chenette, of Marysville, was In
lown Tuesday eh mute to Montreal
and other points in the east. Mrs,
Chenette accompanied turn as far as
Cranbrook.
E. J. Baker, the Moyie tentorial
itt,st and authority on the light
kind ot a fly tu use in catching trout,
\.ts in town a couple ol days :bis
week.
Mrs .) li. Olllls and two sitter-'
tlie Misses Wntt, expect to |«tvo 'o
thclt former home in the east no-
W'nt'n sd.ty Mis tiilli*. will piolia,-
ij in absent toi several months,
.1 Pollock, oi Kornle, United states
ion-ill tot this district, spent several
,1,1' s in this pai! m his dlsli let this
week securing data tor his annual report to the department <u  Washing
lull u
Tlie   t'rows   N*si   Pni     Lumbal
t'ompany,  "I Wardnci, nru making   -i
in. mv.-.' ol luf dovvi thu K no it 11 iv
this wiek There was quite n |a n
£ I .u  1 tie Kort Stwlo bridge foi  u   tea
;|;       BRICKLAYER and
|      CONTRACTOR
V   .'Hul   t'lll'pl
Y
A ti
.1 11 \it inntu:>
twelve |inmipl ulteiilli
l  11,1., n ran i   up Irom    Muyle
•j*   ihi   v'..-1'i, win M' ii,' iu . been working
,t, 1 ,l|   ill,'   liillii' lit   eXpl ItH   lo ilu  KOIIIC
y ] nnil on ;■■ ipi 1 ii ip iho -si M l|) -
T    11 ... . 1. ;,  ,   Inl. 1    lid before tie ie-
x u
Knrniiee,   lt.nl. r,   Hniitfe  *i\    n,    <lhi   Ui     (iicen ivtntntd   Irom
Jti«'i'i:il   *!' ■ ""'ll  bildul   luui   last  Tuesdii)     and
J    \|,.i i   I,, h   aide tu mote Into Hudi
•j*   mn li ■ home within n tetv    days
*'; ... . ..   .        v   vi,     1,1.th, ui Victoria, accompanied
V W <u ..'i iiiii.in*. n stoti.'  •;* 1
Y ■ ,t,   ihem ui rt.iHinoi.i, 1..1  a visit,
;t; w,.i'k nn.l. .t'.l..-..   Otvlewlefl ||   Mta Ni:lls   vhl, lh ltl ,,tft|.g(J     ,
•}• ,,| .j.   "ll'  mlHineij    doparlmeiil   al   _V.   .'
*i*   *\'   Hi ni &  t'o i, ex pouts to leave ns*.
X    v\,(-k  li 1   h. 1   home ih tlir east.     lit.
•j*! Neads has made many Irlemla .1
X Cranbrook wlm wish Llul -lu- will
^ j return.
tlciwral Supoi In tend 1 nt Jamieson
was in town Tuesday in his ear and
went over llie line us far as the Landing. "Jack" Jamieson, accompanied
his father and Was pleased to nieel
a number ol bis old cronies in Cranbrook.
The first meeting oi tho Royal Arab
since the chapter has been tiuiisfer-
tcd to Craiihrjiok, was held Tuesday
evening and there was a largo attendance. After lhe close of the
work in hand those present repaired
to the Cosmopolitan where they Indulged in a very appetising lunch.
The linn ol Mighton A Kolsa-ll Im.s
dissolved, Mr. Mighion continuing the
business*. Mr. Mighton has what is
no doubt the best equipped tobacco
store in the west and a line business.
Mr. Kelsall has not yet determined
what he will do hut ho expects to
engage in business in Craubrook
6old$tream
fiOKl *
J. R. DOWNES,
.^- ...
A Short Drive
From Victoria
People of South East Kootenay who visit Victoria should
not fail to visit Goldstrean\ **
It is the tourist*! paradise.
0. A. Elton was in towa several
days this week.
Hon Huckle, ol Kort Steal* was In
town yesterday.
The hose team boys had thvir picture taken this week.
A   I.eiteh and tt   K. Qlttd ret ed
fioiii Calgary latt Sa'urday
j  a  Harvey visited Mayfa oa.Rr
hssion.il business yeslarhny
A. Mul/, lhe Kernie brewery ma«-
uate,   was  in  town several days  this
WlH'k.
Mis .lames Kin.llay. ol it"' Sullivan mine, is in town today visiting
friends
Clmilie McTai'liem eauie ovei fiom
Kort Stasia Wfdnew.ay for a day a
visit with old fi lends
Mts tt. It Gregory and baby lelt
yosterday Ioi SL John, v 11, to
make an evteiidid visit.
Richard Kiaser ami wife an.l Mrs,
J. Taniihauser, ol Kort Steele, were
ihe guests of the Mimes Tannhauser
yestel.lay.
The iee eream concert given last
evening at Wentworth Ilall by the
Ladies Guild of Christ church was a
most  satisfactory success.
Peter Bull, of Kort Steele, was in
town Wednesday. The gentleman says
thai he is the only two-legged bull
running around the country.
Born, on Wednesday, July 12. io
Mr. and Mrs. a. L, McDermot, a
girl. "Mae" is the happiest man in
Canada today, with perhaps tbe exception of Graiidpa Ma-gee.
Miss At wood came up from Moyie
yesterday and today took her mother
home. Mrs. Atwood has been in tht:
ITospltal ior the past few weeks with
rheumatism but is now greatly Improved.
The ladies of the Methodist church
will give an Ice cream social at the
residenco ol Mrs. W. K. McKarlane on
the evening ot July mh. There will
be an admission lee of 15 cents
charged,
Kiank Davlcs, a brakeman, left last
Friday ior his old home in Strath-
ford, Out., and other points In the
iast. Mi- Davlos litis been laid up
for some time With a broken arm, and
it is quite possible thai he may remain in lhe east for some time.
George Leask, who has returned
fiom Spokane to again locate in
Cranbiook, is already Retting there
as he has secured the contract for
building tbo handsome new home for
W. K. Gurd on Baker hilt, and a fine
residence ftr Mr. McEaehern of Moyie.
The Orangemen of Cranbrook held a
parade yesterday evening and later in
ihe evening enjoyed a banquet at tbe
Wilga hotel. There were about twenty-live presem snd alter disposing ot
the good things on the table an hour
or more was spent in after dinner
talks
The l.i»lies of Cranbrook should see
Mr. Rogers when tbey are ready to
put up their strawberries for this
season. The Wlgen berries are conceded to be the best and they are in
big demand All anyone Ras to do
is simply to try one of the boxes
and that will satisfy the most critical.
A. c. Bowness left Wednssbay for
an ext-rnled trip to the haunts ot
Childhood on Prince .-.rtw-n-d Island,
accompanied by ins son Belore he
k'tt he had a recapitulation with V.
II Small as to all ol tthii cousins,
uncles and aunts and it will take him
.11 least ton. weeks to make the
rounds ol thej relaWves In that tar
nil country where beei is unknown
and whtA.-y is Indulged in to keep
..lit iin- dampness of the atmosphere
in.in the system.
\   \l MiMITCKNT GUP;
Messrs. Iloggitrth nml Rollins, Dl
ihe Cranbrook hoteli have given a
challenge cup foi lho lacrosse clubs
ol tin* southern country, whicli Includes ih.* clubs t.i the Territories,
Crows Nesi Pass and southern Krii-
Ish Columbia Tho cup will cost
about ftSfl .ml will be a handsome
trophy, ami there will he nil kinds nf
hard wmk all along tho line to secure
n     Trustees will bo' appointed    to
ht.lil   lilt* cup  .tiul   lhe  rules   Will
1.ul>  ioi  publication nexl  week.
MASK HALL (TIMING.
Mi Krily, representing the Nelson
baseball club, was in town yesterday
to arrange lor a game with the Cranbrook club for Thursday or Kriday ot
next week. The game will be called
at fl.lfi p.m., and it will be a warm
ono. The Nelson club will also play
Fernie, Coleman, Pinehcr Creok, Maclcod, Lethbridge and Calgary. Clubs
from Trail and Rossland also expect
to make a trip over the Crow.
ed    in
order,
tht*
Black
LETHBRIDGE WINS
A   CLEAN,   INTERESTING    GAME
I   OK LACROSSE AND A  LARGE
CROWD
I   Tlie first game    ol the Crows Nest
I league tor   W»   Levaaseur Cup   took
■^SiZ I place on tint aihielic grounds on Mon-
iday. Tho-gaiue was (asi and clean,
but the referee was almost too strict
and wai ned several of lhe boys Inr
dose checking, but otherwise tbe u-
feree gave entire satisfaction.
The gamo started oO with a tush
Oil Uie Lethbiidge goal (ii.tl.am
secured tin* ball Irom th. lace oil,
passed lo Pat ton luck lo Cairtitbeis
to Black t.. Pattoa, "bo bcoi
19 seconds
The BCCOtld goal was of last
Graham secured the ball Iron
face oft, passed to Patton,   ti
lo Carruthers to Mun.ib.tn. who scored in three minutes.
The third goal was nf tost order.
Graham again secured the ball, passed to Patton who lost lo Kcpl.-y.
The ball travelled up and down the
held with some very pretty combination on both sides, but finally Lethbridge worked the ball In and found
lhe. net.
The whistle blew for quartet time
Score 2—1.
The second quarter started off with
fast work on both sides, our defence
doing some very pretty combination
work, always starting the good work,
going from one end ol tlio field to tho
other. The LWlihridgc men worked
like trojans and finally found the net
In absence ot the goal keeper. Play
resumed and the ball travelled up and
down the field, all tbe boys doing tho
best they could. Rot-son tried to get
inside to score, but Clyde Mamihan
saw him coming and met Wm, putting him out of the game for ihe rest
f the quarter Graham, who played
through tho game with a puisoued
foot, going oil to even up.
Half time : Cranbrook 2, Lethbridge it.
The third quarter was fast all
through, but Black, who played with
a sprained foot, and Graham was suffering from a poisoned foot, and only
with ibe greatest difficulty did they
keep on their feet. Vet they wero
both lull of grit and kept at it, both
players always being in prominence.
Some very pretty work was also
done iq ihis quarter. Clothier, Carruthers, Block and Patton always being in the game- Manahan played a
fast game, considering the fact that
this is the first game ho has been in
this summer. Miller, Staples and
McArthur were always on deck when
wanted, and Bat hie had his eye on
tlie ball all the time. The Letli
bridge detente played a strong game
and kept our boys busy. Tbey could
not find:the-net, and the quarter ended witli- tbe some, score, 2 to 'A.
Tbe;last quarter started with some
ery pretty work on both sides, but
the Lethbridge boys blocked the goal
that it was almost impossible to
penetrate the   nets,     Barney
be
A pcric(!i!y "balanced11 (lour is one which contains
greatest amount of nutriment in its most easily digestible form.
No single variety ol wheat will produce "well balanced"
fW.    It requires the careful selection ol different kinds,
The makers ol ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR
have more than a hundred elevators, scattered throughout t!it^
greatest wheat growing country in the world, which enabli ith   ,
t» secure the very pick o( the wheat that will yield pi;:
balanced Hour—
—The kind of Hour thai produces the best, the largest
and lhe Strongest loaf—
—The lo<if which contains lhe greatest amount of bone,
muscle and brain-making protein and the lowest percentage
of waste.
ROYAL HOUSEHOLD makes bread which redu^
the labor oi digestion—and gives gieatest nutntion for lea=l
stomach effort.
It's the "balance" in Hour that makes bread easier to digest
and gives it many other qualities which aie usually attributed
to other causes.
OgilviVs "Royal Household" Flour.
The old war horse Batbie has
eve on the ball all tbo lime.
'Clothier is    the right man In.
righl place.
C, Manahan is a star between
flags.
The   gate   receipts     were
Scott \ That   shows   good Interest
,ind Boxer Brown were the right men' game.
in the right place, and kept their men   .
in front where they belonged.   Several,   *[%,   diff^-e
times   our   boys showed   that    they  should   arrange
were in the game .and
shots on the goal, hul hard hick was
theirs.     They were (tot  to win,   yet
il was easily seen by all  that they
were the superior learn.     The    last
quarter ended    with  lhe   score of   i
in favor of Lethbridge.
(150.50.
in    the
iHASON
& RISCH
PIANOS
Thi' luarossc chili is l„ i,,g raannscil
iuJ stiapo Mils (car.
spori organizations
for seals 011 tin,
si'v.tal grdlinUH so il,.it ladles ,„„l „„•,, top,
lor that, niaitci. ,„i_hi enjoy tht-
game sittinp; ,l"»',,. To sunn
aro,„„l loi i»,, boars or more is t„„
1111K.1. Seals aloi.R lhc feme line
would greatly Increase tin- attendance
at every gaiiie.     Ot curse Ilu, lies,
THK LINK-IT.
..'ranlirook.
. Maiiitliiin
.   ... Uatlile
    Miller
...   Staples
,., Staples
Porter
I Italian!
l.CtlllllillUC.
Wallace Cloal. . .
Brown   I'. ...
Scott  C.  P.
Portions   1st Del..
I'orluous      1st   lie/.
Kcpley   ilr,l Dol.
Scott    C   „
Stewart    II ...
Robson   'l ■■ ■
MeMullin  1 ...
How   0        I'iiiiu liters
MoDonald   I  „ .     Clothier
McKill,,|>      . . Umpire Lindsay
Novell     Timekeeper •        Tate
Kulcrea -T.      II     Mi.,.,.'.     PlllotlCt
Creok.
NOTES OK TUE (IAMK.
Only J„ur men ilocoruted the leiiee,
two lor Cranhrook and two i„, belli-
hrittge.
Iti'lcm, Moore lelnreed s„li,,lai'l,„y
hut was too Revere on uui hoys for
close cheeking.
Constables Mortis   and llaron    de-
plan would he to have the g
stand placed where il would he
some good
and I
ul!
A SKIUOl s C1IAR0E
Include everything that appeals
to the critical In music, mid lo
those who know the nature ot piano construction. A third ol a
century has lirnily entrenched
Ithen. In the hearts „l the people
j of Canada, licforc purchasing sec
Ha son & Risch
Pianos
-n^5A^rA%
JAMES llll.l. Of THIS CITY
ItKSTKll KOIt AI'I'KOI'IU
A'llN'tl  1'tM.S
Kor   several .days,   it has beci
motor]  thai  .James uill, conllde
clerk lor V. Hyde Baker, and I
I'atuin { keeper for the Standard Lumbei
Hl.iek' I'any w„s short in hi,
Manahan
CRAKBROOK'S   BRIGHT PUPILS.
The report of the examinations
taken in Cranbrook hy Superintendent
Wilson have been received from ViC'
tona, and it shows that the seven
who took the examinations alt passed.     Following is the standing :
Florence Welsh, 1188; William E.
Greer, 644; Edith Duncan, 621; Dora
.). Reid, WW; Milton J. Cory, 583;
Florence M. Hlckeubotliam, 687; Enid
M. Barnhardt, (71.
hul
I there wus i,oil„i,_ delinlle publicly
staled, On Monday it waa openly
stated that Mr lllll had gone to
Elko with the lil.a ol Kciii,,f across
tha- boundary line i„i„ the suuis a
wmi,,,,, w.is issued and he ivu plaood
iiiulei arrest in Elko bui afterward
succeeded In getting away Con-
stable Mollis, of Cranbrook. and Con
siahle How, ot Wardner, weie diteel-
id hy Chlel MeMullin l„ lake up llle
chase The) drove Irom ElllO and
on the io„d learner! ihat Hill hod
Koiten a m,i„ by ilie name ol Deronot
to drhe him toross the boundary i„
a Iai iu house near a little tow,, In the
state ol Montana,    There the ofllcors
found GUI,  who had  shaved oft     nil
Ibcard and  was apparently endeavor
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serve crcdil lot keeping tho crowd oft' ing to escape detection.    When found
,1K u,.|,| | he consented at once to come to Can-
Our boys ean lake a ,1,'lcal In    the
same spirit that tbey take a victoiy.
and wc are pro'ld of tlieiu. They are
sports.
Lethbridge boys are a fast    bttu.li
and won after a hard fought game.
Walter   Miller   Is    there with    the
(foods all the, time.
Do-not overlook Patton.     He Is a
winner. I
Manahan had hard luck In his shoot-1
ing, three oi his shots hitting the,
rods. ■ !
t'arrutheis is Ihere with the same
old smile, one that never comes oil.    I
Graham at centre cant be. heat.
Staples blocked several dangerous
rushes on goal . >
McArthur and Porter are great
fielders I
ada without extradition papers and
was driven to Elko and taken hy
train to Kernie whertr he was placed
in Jail, to await prosecution.
The"trouble in which Mr. GUI has
gotten has aroused a lot ol sympathy on account of the unfortunate
family who arc now in Vancouver. It
is alleged that the shortage is in the
neighborhood ol $1,500, extending
evei several years ol time. Mr.
Baker is at present In West Kootenay
and nothing will be done until his return.
Wo are In , ipl olnn invoice from the Royal diatil-
1,.,-v It is pure haa tlie age, and from a medicinal i il II
just the tiling. VVs Mil everything in the liquor and cigar
line
A. C. BOWNESS
Wholesale Dealer in l.iqii»r> niiJ Clgan
^M^n*)*')*)*^***.*''"*'^**
•I['l-H-M' I'M -I H "1-1 •I'l-M-H-l-l'lI-l'I't-M-l-l-lii-i-IM-M-H
||      lust See I low it Feels
to be Satisfied
Stop at the
pCOSnOPOUTAN HOTELg
il E. M. SMALL, rlanager
M»-H''M'M--*-*W ..,.,_.
^4^-H-l-H+l-l+H 4+l4-H4+l-+^W-l-W-W-M4+ THE   I'BAS'ItnOOK   HEBALD
DRAY ING
UV hava been lo Uie butineiw i»r
leveral years and our busine-M i- in
creasing, That shows W8 GIVE SAT-
ISPACTION, Wl* have one ol the besl
equipments in B. C and »e ittena
strictly to business.
ABOUT THAI PIANO
AV bee vou want it moved Bee ua
We luakt it c specialty and have a
piano mover and can do tbe work
without ri.-k Also household furniture
Perry & Fitzgerald
Cranbrook Cartage
and Transfer Co.
Ollkc opposite C. P. R 'PHONE HI
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tl..- Norlbwesi Terrllnrieti ami the Yukon ]
rerrltory.
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Drink Home Beet
It is Pure
It is Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
J. M. DERR,
BOW AND SHOE MAKER.
Repairing Promptly Done.
Footwear to Measure a Specialty
Cranbrook
Livery  S
GEARY& DOYLE
Proprietors
Teams anil driven furnlaheil for an)
point In tlie district.
A. DOVI.B, Manager.
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We carry a complete
stock   of   household
goods, and have a lot
of SNAPS
Shoes at your own price
Jas. McArthur
Sages Old Stand
Don't Pay Rentj
Build a House
But before doing bo see James
Greer, the contractor, He will
be able to hlep you with siitf-
KL-Htiona that will prove valuable,
James Greer
Contractor iu„l Huilder
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Low
Return
Rates
TO
Portland, Oregon
Exhibition
CRANBROOK
$27.00
90 DAY LIMIT
VIA VANCOUVER,
VICTORIA
CorroBpondin^ rains from all Kootenay points
For full particulars, first class or
tourist sleeper reservations, apply
to local agents or write
0. Hilllcr, Ajjent, Cranbrook.
J. fl, CARTER, B, J.COYLK
D.P.A., Nelson   A.G.I'.A. Vincoum.-
loweil lur '-ai'ii .iml imii .1 it'll  nu.-  "'
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one naif iier iwnt ou tue value ui tne noul ship
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Special c.cur.ion rale, to World's Fair, St.
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For rates, folders unci full information
regarding trip., call on or address
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BRICK PLANT FOR SALE    |
One wire cut hrlckmakinj? ma*
chine,  50.01111   capacity,  one   49
horse, power upright engine. For 1
terms apply to W. F. ClqrU, Cran-  Judson, Itlbson;   tor w aril s, Lam on to,
brook. I Christian, Vance, Ward, Willis.
ASSAULT MADE ON PROMINENT
PEOPLE AT Ills PLACE.
The Victoria Times has tin- following article on some trouble Chat tool*.
place at lhe resort ol J   H  Howie's,
tormerl] proprletoi ol the Cosmopolitan hotel in n.i., eil)
In Uiv   itiu-i.Ms ..I law .unl   order
11 in iititv bound iu
ile ..: warning   u
niiitn! which N.-i'in:
■ im, li-iiis >.t iiii
Hi.- attention 0
B has mil yet heen
ils tiiiliM'rrtloii.s
ilu- li.itnl ul tht
laid upon it Or
s ilu* cause ol *
most unlorlunate epii»utie wliicb cat
find a parallel iu only the comic sup
plomcnls of tliL* big journals.
It appears thai a lady ami gentle
man—husband and wife—drove tu
Coldstream nnd partook of luncheoi
ui the holel. Alter it was over tin
lady cntorcd into an animated conversation with ;i rat hei well-informed
patrnt that was unloading some in
teresting hleas on summer outing costumes and political economy upon
the open air, As tho lady listened,
enchanted by lho eloquence of the fashionably garbed Inn! she was lotallv
oblivious io the danger that threatened her, Bohlnd her stood in men
aclng attitude the animal whose tru
culence is here deplored.
It was a ram, one of the most a Hi
lotlc proportions, with a splendldl)
shaped head, superbly bulwarked by
an Unusual frontal development. Ir
his eye there glowed the fire of tin
bitterest resent ment and malevolent
Intent. Gathering himself together
he gave a sharp run, ami launched
himself like a thunderbolt from Olym
|1US full at the target. Mis aim wa
true ii'd over went the lady with
shriek, while the ram contemplated
ihe havoc he had wrought in hauglu*
triumph
The lady's screams brought l;cr het
ter halt to the scene ou lhc double
White with rage at the Indlgultj
heaped upon his family, he picked u|
a stone and smote the fyiir-footed a?:
gressot full on the snout It was e
mighty blow, and with his wounds
bleeding lbe ram Kouropatkiucil
away. Wiih all tho tenderness in thi
world the husband stooped 10 rnist
his startled spouse, comforting hei
with the assurance that her wrong:
had been deeply avenged. But, alas,
white he vvas bending over her, Ih.
sky suddenly grew black, the sun Iel
into the sea, the earth rooked and
opened out, star*, played tag in thell
firmament, and the husband felt himself describing a parabola several feel
from the earth.
When he landed he gazed terrified
around, and saw—not a volcano
Mount Arrarat, not a lambent streak
ol chain lightning, not a battery of
Japanese 11 inch howitzers, no, not
one of these, but the nam. Proudlj
il stood surveying him and then
scenting trouble in Uie rush of onlookers who struggling with hysteria
ran towards him, he scampered off.
Ou*: hackdrlvei was so overcome b\
tho spectacle that bo nearly fell from
his seat and his bor_.es were within
an ace of getting away Irom him. It
is said that the ram will be pro
ceedod againsf foi assault and bat
tery.
MARYSVILLE WINK FROM CRAN-
BROOKI
Last Saturday a football team
made up from Cranbrook players went
to Marjsville ami ihere at last they
mot tlieir Waterloo. The game was
called al n few minutes after
o'clock*, and there vvas a big crowd
presenl. Twice have tho kickers ol
the pigskin ol theso two towns mel
and each time lhe game has resulted
in a tie. Last Saturday tho Marysville hoys wero determined to break
the spell it possible, mul ihey played
like demons. The Cianbrook boys
did all in their power to uphold the
honor of the town and the repuiation
of the team, hut without avail. Time
and again the ball would be forced to
the Marysville goal and a score
seemed sure, hut the quick work of
the Marysville crowd prevented victory when ii seemed almost assured.
And by the way the Marysville town
has got a bunch of strong players.
They play well together and are In
good trim, and the Herald hopes that
a game can he arranged between
Cranbrook and that town on Labor
Day. The score resulted In one to
nothing in favor ol Marysville, and
when time was called there was great
rejoicing in the Smelter City. The
game was clean throughout and each
man played like a gentleman. The
Unc-up was as follows ;—
Cranbrook-Goat, C. Moore; full
backs, B, Edmonson, J. Boyce; half
backs, B. Henderson, W. M. Adam,
W. Greer; forwards,. Ferguson, Gallon, O'Neill,  McLaren,  Baldwin.
Marysville—Goal, Bishop; fullbacks,
Scott,  Jackson; half hacks,  Barlow,
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I ...Manitoba Hotel... I
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t D. A. McDONALD, manager i
{ T|,i. Hotel is in the center of lown. 1 he rooms are ',
» comfortable and well furnished, the dining room is lirst {
X class, and the bar is supplied with Ihe best, When y,,u >
I wanl a good place to stop come to lhe Manitoba. %
\ WE QlVti VOU YOLK MONEY'S WORTH \
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LAND NOTICE.
Notice Is herein glveu that, 6„ilu>i
iron, data, 1 will apply lo lho Honorable the Chlel Commissioner ol
Lands and Works lor permission lo
purchase about 80 acres „l land "onr-
meiiciug al th.- northeast corner pilot
group  one,   K
SOCIBTV AND
PROFESSIONAL CARIK.
j       PROFESSIONAL
thence norlh :*„
1„ chains,   thence    s<
ll.ei.ee east    lo   polnl
ment.
Mt Clyde
Dated this _:.H, day
divli
.   thenco
,„l, 30 ,h,
went
V. Downing
ol May, I80S
Take
date I
LAND NOTICE.
nolic.'   tl,.,, hlxly ,l„
lutend In appi,   lo t'
,1a
pc,miss,..,,  ,..
described land
Beginning ..■
ol Lot. I.ll.i. ll. I
thonco north m
si, chains; Ihene
thence oo«t BO ,i.
glnntug, contalnin
Dated May
8 -lit
ilia
.'hief
i.aii.i-,  ami \v.i,i,s
haa,' lho liillowlng
in,, Ihcast   corner
Kootenay district,
li.iins, thence weal
south 'Ji, chains;
ins to place of be-
III,, aces
t'ni.s, t.Nr l,,„',;i. N,,. ;;.;
KNIGHTS   <>i   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, h. C.
Meets 2nd and -Ith Tuesdaj  ai 6 p itt.
in LO.O.F, ball.
J   A, Arnold, K K S
J, P  Fink. C <'.
Vis.ting   brethren   cordially Invited
io attend.
Cranbrook  Loi.il liiion  l.'U of lhc I nil.J
ttnilhcrhoiiil ul Cupi'iitcrt. ■ml Juiucm
ul America.
This local meets even Friday evening at 8 p in. ii. C.L.I    hall.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited.
"   Landry,       .ill   UcDonald,
nib, looa
J. E.
II. Laidlaw.
LAND PURCHASE.
INTERMEDIATES
Take notice that 1. William Small
, ,,        ,      4.,   .    of Cranbrook, inu-n.l to apply to tin
A meeting was held on the athletic  BoRrd )lf liK,(.l<SL.   Commissioners loi
grounds .Monday evening ioi the purpose ol organizing an intctuu-diate,
lacrosse club.
Moved by Hamilton, seconded bj
Marsha,I, that Ed. Johnson be made
chairman ol ihe mooting.
Moved by  Hamilton,  seconded     hv t
MePeak, that Francis McConnoll    '■
made secretary.
Moved by McComiell, seconded
by
mad.'
ended
.n„; I,'
Hamilton, that Vic. Rollii
president.
Moved hy Fulljames, set
Plants, that Ross Tate be
tain.
Moved by Murphy, seconded by
Sproule, that Andrew Hamilton be
uade vice-captain.
Moved by Hamilton, seconded by
Flnnis, that Jack Hayes, Charles
Fulljames, anil Ambrose MePeak be
nadc tlie playing committee.
It was moved that in case ot neccs-
ilty Tale, Gallon and MuConnoll
hould canvass (or funds.
The secretary was instructed to
arrangp lor games wiih the teams ol
he different   towns along    the line,
ind also Nelson,  and  to have      the
proceedings ol the meeting published.
F. D. McConnoll, Secretary.
A STRONG  INSURANCE CO.
Mr. T. A Cross, provincial manager
or_ tbe Provident Savings Life, N.
V., has appointed Messis. Arnold A
Roberts the district agents tor fca-n
Kootenay, with headquarters here.
I'he Provident is over 30 years old
ind one ol the largest and most progressiva standard insurance company's doing business In Canada, having over one hundred millions in force
ind have paid to and now hold for
the benefit of their policyholders over
>32,0O0,0U0. During 190*1 the payments to policyholders were at the
rate ol $1032.21) for 'every working
hour of every day throughout tho
year. This company has some excellent plans ot insurance and will no
doubt receive a fair share ol patronage from this district.
ALONG THE PASS.
(From tbt Blairmore Times.)
Work has Umj resumed upon the
main building at the Frank smelter.
The Frank Coal company are contemplating carrying their own mine
supplies and are erecting a large store
(louse ior that putpuse.
In iht* Dominion Day sports ut
Fernie, the Frank, Coleman and
Bellevue lootball teams wont down
to defeat at the hands oi the Fernie
team.
O. A. Jackson, formerly local manager ol the P. Bums &■ i-'o. here, but
uow in charge of the meat contract
tor that linn on the new Corbin road
into Spokane, spent a lew days here
this week wiih his family.
Tbe business men ot Frank have
dropped lor the present at least, the
idea ot building a pack trail from that
place to the south folk io connect
With tlie trail to the Flathead
fields.
Oil
NOTICK.
Thirty days alter date 1 intend to
apply to ihe cbiel Com miss loner ol
Lands and Works at Victoria, B. C,
lot a special license lo cut and carry
away timber from the following described lands, situate in South East
Koolenay.
Commencing at a post planted at
the south-west corner of lot 6404,
thence west forty chains, thence south
(10 chains, mote or less to ibe northern boundary of L. Cabill's Umber
license; thence following said boundary east lo tlie right-of-way of the
B. C. Southern Railway; thence following saUl right-of-way in a northerly direction to lha southern boundary
of lot 5*164; thence west to place of
commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or less.
W. N. Clark.
Dated June 30th, 1005. Hi-it
Cranbiook district, at the lirst meeting luld 30 days or more after the
first publication ol tliis notice, for a
transfer from myself to Peter Mathe-
snn, of the license to sell Intoxicating liquors at lho Imperial hotel In
Cranhrook.
Dated Juh  12, 1905.
II. It William Small
LAND NOTICE
Take notice sixty days after dale 1
intend to apply to'the Hon. the Chlel
Commissioner of Land and Works at
Victoria for permtsclcn to purchase
the following described land, beginning
at a post on the cast bank of .Movie
river in the East Koolcnay district,
at Ihe soulh east corner of lot 7103,
marked H. C. St. Clair's south west
coiner posl; thence north 20 chains;
thence east 20 chains; thcuce south 20
chains; llience west 20 chains, to
point of beginning, containing io
acres, more or less.
10-ot B. c. St. Clair.
Yahk Station, June 25, 1005.
DISSOLUTION  NOTICE.
We, the undersigned, doing business
as hotel keepers at the Imperial hotel,
in Cranbiook, B, C, under the firm
name of Small A Matheson, do this
day airce to dissolve partnership by
mututff consent. The business will
be conducted by Peter .Math.-son, who
will assume all liabilities and collect
all accounts due the said firm. Vud
the license now held in the name of
Matheson & Small is to be transferred to Peter Matheson.
Witness: Signed :
L. Theobold, Wm. Small,
Peter Matheson
Cianbrook, Jnlv 7, 1905. 10-21
Take notico thai two months title
dale wo Intend making application t,
llie Chief  Commissi, in-l   ot  Lauds and
Works tor permission to purchase Iho
following described land In South
East Kootenay District:
Commencing at lho northwest corner ol Lot 5213. O. I, K. D., running
thence 80 chains west, tin nee 40
chains north, thcuce SO chains cast,
thence 40 chains south to the point
ol commencement.
The Wattsburg Lumbni Co., Ltd.,
0-0t A.   E. Watts, Agent
Wattsburg, May 9, 1005.
J. A
Ret
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Pli'.ldrHt
in n.l Kt) Cll) Utiic
No 18, Ueeti every
Moudaj night at
their tail ou Maker b tree I Sojourn
ing Oddfellows ini.lialh   Invited
ll
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned, as tobacco
merchants, in the Tow n of Craubrook, has this .lay been dissolved by
mutual consent.
All debts1 owing to the said partnership are to he paid lo the said
Samuel J. Mighton, ol Cranhrook,
aforesaid, and all cairns against the
said partnership are lo be presented
to the said Samuel J. Mighton, by
whom the same will he settled,
Dated at Cranhrook,   this   8th day
of July, 1905.
Witness : Sign d :
J. A. Harvey.       S   J. Miphtnn,
l6-2t F  W. Kelsall.
13-21
LAND NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that sixty
days after dale 1 Intend to apply to
the chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase the
following described land in South
East Kootenay :—
Commercing at a post planted at
the north-west corner of lot 123,
thenee norlh 13 chains to lot 4142;
thence west 1 chains to the hank of
the Kootenay river; thence following
saitl bank down stream to the point
of commencement.      „
James Ward.
Hated July 3rd, 1905. 15-9t
LAND NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that sixty
days after date I Intend to apply to
the Chiel Commissioner ot Lands and
Works lor permission to purchase the
following described land South
East Kootenay :—
Commencing at a point where    the
east boundary of lot 7102, group one,
crosses   tbe   Crows    Nest Hallway,
thence south  forty-one chains,  more
or less, to the west bank of the Moyie
river;  thence    following the
river   in an    easterly direction    upstream   about    twenty-five     chains,
more or less, to the right-of-way   of
tlm    Crows   Nest    Railway;   thence
along .the   said   right-of-way a distance of  tweiiiy    chains,    more    or
less, to the place of beginning.
Thos. Oaven,
Per 11. 11. McVltUe, Agent.
NOTICE.
Take notice that sixty days af
date I intend to apply lo the Chief
Commission of Lauds and Works lor
permission to purchase the following
described lands in South East Kootenay :—
Commencing at the south west
corner of lot .'ill, thenco cast forty
chains; thenee soulh twenty chains,
thenco west fm ly chains; thence
norlh twenty chains io place of be
ginning.
J. Harvey Staples.
Dated June 27, Pto.-i. n-ot
TIMBER NOTICE.
Notico is hereby given that thirty
days alter date 1 Intend to make application to ihe Honorable the Chlol
Commissioner ol Lands and Works,
for a special license to cut and cany
away Umber horn ibe following described lands, situated in the Easl
Kootenay district. Commencing at a
post planted on the west bank of lhe
Elk River, neatly opposite the mouth
of the Michel Creek marked "J.
Stronjf's N. E. corner " running west
40 chains, thence South 180 chains,
thence east lo the west hank of the
Elk River, thence north to tho place
of commencement.
John Strong.
Located June 13th. 1005.
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$ lYlcKinnon & Johnston ;
Proprietors
We are prepared to
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p;,ir work heavy nud
light, intike etiBtings,
lum slinl'ls, etc
Scientific    Horseshoeing
Specialty
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Crnnbrook Sash
and Door Factory
All kinds of finish work in
wny of doors, win.lows. Irnu-
6on,s. etc. Kiln dried Ininliir
for iiirti.i,' work, l lur work i„
gutinitileed „,,,l our prices are
satisfactory,    Screen    don._
|.'oua|i and Dressed I umber
Por Sale
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John VV. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   All kinds
of repiiirir.;:.   Hive me a call.
VETERINARY DENTISTRY.
.Inly Otti, 191)5.
Some ol the many .ymptorns of lutl
teeth in n horse are slobbering, loss
of flesh, weak eyes, an,I many other
Movie .symptoms. Slop and notice 11 your
horse has any of these symptoms. If
so call phone or write me. I am
the only veterinary surgeon in Mast
Koolenay using tlie celebrate,! I-Iaus-
mun & Dunn Improved niouil, speculum, electric lights, sirhoeope ami up Chains, mon, or les_, to the place of
to date veterinary Instruments. ; beginning.
I Heal cattle aud dogs also. j Sarnn Ta Rue (lalhraith.
Dr. C. W. Oross, V S. I>alc,l   at I'oil   Sleele,   B.C..   Oth
i(Ht"'ll*0M I* Or»nbrook, B. C.  July, 1005. 16-f.l
W. R. BEATTY,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR,
CRANBROOK,  B   C.
TELEPHONE 89
DR. 17. fi. KINO
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS I
ll lo 12 a.m.
I it,   li p.m.
7 to   X p.in.
olliee and residence on Armstrong av.
v.k.\Mli.'iH,k, H. C,
J. G. CUMMIN0S
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVfiVOB
FERNIE
LAND NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that sixty
days utter dale 1 Intend to apply to
Hie Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works tor permission to purchase
three hundred and twenty acres of
land in South Easl Koolcnay, des-
cnii.d as follows :—
Commencing „t a p..si planted at
the north-west corner ol lot No. f,r>,
ihence north forty chains along tho
east boundary of loi iiunr,, thcuce
east sislv chains, inure or less, lo the
Wild Horse Creek, Ihence lollowing
down Uu, said stream to a point easl
,1 ihe initial post, thence west forty
I rani,,,'. 1 I ail.r, Nti it
1.1.1 I .11.
Regular nvootlngs on
the  thud    'lhu,aday
,.*      .      oi everj month
Visiting brethren welcomed
l'i.  I'altclSO,,, Sii'y.
CRANBROOK AERIE NO. 961
F.   O.   E.
Vi. P.: S. J. Morrow, Vi. s.: A.
M. Black. Aerie meets at l.O.O.
K. Ilall Ist and 3rd .'relay
CRANBROOK LODGE, 89«,
ANCIKNI ORDER of FORESTERS
CRANBROOK, B.C.
2nd and   llh Tuesday in
Meets
every
"Good Templars Hall.'
Visiting brethren cordially Invited.
A. McCowan, OR.     J. Sims, Sec'y.
CHAMtllOOK     LODGE
I. O. G. T.
Meets
every Friday night above Pat-
more's Store.
Come and join the Happy Band.
MUSIC
tilts hULOp, l.aclirr al Uu Pianoforte
Special attention lo touch, teach-
n,,|ue, phra.inH and grading of studies.
Apply at residence on Burwell ave.
W. F. QURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
CRANBROOK,BRITISH COLUMBIA
1. ll.THOni'SON,
Barrister, Solicilor,
Notary Public.
Cranbrook, 11. C.
HARVEY &  McCARTI.R,
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
lUiell Block Cranbrouk, B. C.
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DRS. KINO & 0REEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Odice at Residence,  Armstrong Ave.
OFFICE HOURS :
Forenoons - - - - 9..'Ill to   11
Afternoons - - . . l ;.o to 3..'in
Evenings 7.30 to 8.3,1
CRANBROOK :: ;:     II   0
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Dr. Connolly,
Physician and Surgeon   *
- Olticc on Armstrong Avenue
j    Hours :-!l to  II  i, in ,  3  lo   I
'   p.m., 7 tu s p.in,   'Phone 109
191
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DR. I-. B. MII.I.S
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS :
II to 13 a.m.
I to   II p.m.
7 ,„   8 p.m.
Olllce in old posl olliiii, block
CRANBROOK, II. C,
THK   HOKSl'S   H.I.A
Un hlll'tirgo iuc '.ui.
Down hill nol me nol,
On lite plain spate me not,
And In ease of sickness call up
Dl"    CROSS    VETBltlNAttV  SUMMON
'   and'lliikSt. UliNIIsi
cutMBRiuik, B.C. 'Phone n
McVittie & Laidlaw,
Mining Engineers
and Surveyors,
CRANBROOK, B. C.
THOS. T. MeVlTTlE. P. L. 8.
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year siaii's. in Wliiie .,,,'1 Colnred Muslin
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LOCAL NOTES
P.iked tip About ibe City   by  Aiding
U»ttillnn» ol Many Peuptt.
Potatoes, l„ cents.   C. C. S.
Fruit jars, all sizes at Fink Bros.
Come and see us anyway.   Pataiore
Bros.
potatoes, new cabbage.    Kink
ston ranchr-s cbeap,     Sec
visited   Marysville
Now
Hros.
Two l'i
Huitli.
11    E. Dcatti
last Saturday.   .
Largo house on the Hill; furnished
See Hutch,
Janus Ryan spent several days In
Calgary last week.
,l .). Harris ictt on Tuesday loi ;.
trip to Calgary and Edmonton.
A MolTatt, Miss MolTatl and Miss
Delfthaye spent Sunday at  Elko
Sid Griinmond went over to Cai*
gary last Tuesday lor a lew days.
For Rent—Two rooms In the Morrison house.   Also stable to rent.   IU
Potatoes, u cents,  v. C, s.
T. M Koberts ami Dr. V. K. King
paid a visit to Wattsburg last Sun-
lay.
Mrs   \V. J. Young and little     son
are   visiting Iriends in Frank
week.
Miss   Cuntiint^iain, i.f Kelson
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tin-
was
tin* sues! ol Mis. vi, T. Rogers last
week.
Homo nnt.ii' candj fresh every day
.it The Candy Makers, Armstrong
avenue
Two Iron! offices, seeond floor Watts
block, fot rent Vpply to Beala A
Elwell. :-tf
The tad's foi Winhlpcg ro Into effect .'ii tlu- 17th Inst Th.' fare will
be (2fl S5
F. Becker, ol Bayard, was In town
on Monday on business connected win,
ilie Staples mill
Koi Salu.—Mower and rake ; neiirl)
now; price $75.0». Apply to 11.
Radford,  Bayard,  B.C. H-.n
Mis J M. Boyes, who has been
visiting in Spokane, relumed homo
j Wednesday morning,
] I.u Krnl—I'ait of house or separ-
alo rooniB; furnished nr unfurnished.
; \pplj in Herald ofllce, Ifi
- Don'l foogcl to put in that furnace
before ihe cold wonlhei sets In Sec
us at once     Patmore Bros,
u    V   Jackson, of Creston, came
up TuriKlaj    (oi   lhe purpose ot    at
tending odd Fvllnws lodge.
'   II i'a It* A  Elwell report the outlook
, fm business in lhe fall as being most
i promtsIhg in all branches.
j   James   Cirecr bas lefl lot n    trip
throu^li tht' prairie country.  He will
be absent about two weeks.
!   1)   McFarllno came down from    the
North     Star mine   Tuesday evening
and Bpenl a couple of days in town.
11 you need any garden hose, give
us a call. We have it at all prices.
Patmore Bros.
< Mr. and Mrs. Otis Staples returned
Wednesday from Stillwater, Minn.,
and wont out to Bayard* the next day.
Something new In Cranbrook, homo
made candies, fresh every day. See
The Candy Makers, Armstrong avc.
Time on the purchase of Canadian
j Marconi has been extended to August
1st.     Better get in.     Sec Hutch.
Miss Madge P. Sinclair, sister of
Mrs. (Rev.) J. P. Westman is spending a few weeks holidays at the parsonage.
Mrs. K. J. Bradley will leave next
Monday for Winnipeg where she will
visit with her sister for several
weeks.
Potatoes, l| cents.   C, C. S.
Rooms lor rent; furnished or unfurnished. Inquire ol Mrs. La Bout,
Forrest residence, Hanson avehun.
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Furniture, carpet'., etc., Ior private
sale at Petet's house, Armstrong
Avenue, Enquire ol S, ('. Hoadley,
The Wilga.
Harvey V. E. Brown, ol the [.eth-
brldge News, was among tin* lacrosse
players Monday, and paid the Herald
olliee a pleasant call.
Potatoes, li cents   C. C. S.
Fred Tate expects to leave ibis
week for North Bay, where he will
accept a position with his uncle In a
large Jewelry establishment.
Contractor Brovvley arrived in town
on Tuesday and will remain to push
work on the new building Ior the
Canadian Hank of Commerce.
Let us send you up a refrigerator,
or a freezer for the hot weather sea
son.   Patmore Bros.
Phillip Dlngman, the [Thorno*
Shaughnessy of the Crows Nest Pas.
railway, eame down from Bayard on
Monday to see ihe lacrosse game.
Potatoes, li cents.   C. C. S,
The installation ot ollieers t.f Ke)
City Lodge, 1. 0. P. !•.. lor tho en
suing term will lake place noxt Monday evening. A full attendance 1-
requestcd.
M. B. King returned on Mondaj
from Vancouver. Mr. lung left his
family and Mrs. Deverc Hum nicelj
fixed wi a con.foi table cottage on
English Hay.
If you want a furnished ot unfurnished house lo rent, call at BeaTt
& Elwell's olllco, opposite the new
ilt« foi the Canadian Hank of Commerce, or call up 'phone number 20.
Alt   a. Sullivan, principal of    tin
Nelson public School, is spending ,\
few days in town, renewing acquaint
ances. While hete he is the guest
ol Mr. and Mrs. J P. Westman at
tlie parsonage.
A. M. Andrews, ol Portland, Ore.,
branch ol the Canadian Hank ol Commerce, bus been trnnsterred Lo tin
i ran brook branch as accountant, aim
arrived this week to assume the duties ui his new position.
Just in, at Wilson's, the jeweler, a
gootl assortment ol Ladles Hell Buckles and Waist Sets.
Foi sale or will exchange fur farm
or timber lands. Either East ot
Wost Kootenay—two house and luui
lots; good location in ihe city oi
Nelson, B. C. Apply to Peter Lund.
Wardner, H. C. Ill-lit
In the Methodist church next Sunday, the pastor will lake loi his subjects the following: Morning, "Tht
Powers al Uui Disposal," aud in tht
lhc evening, "A Trip Down Town.'
All arc Invited to take an imerest.
in these addresses.
Potatoes, IJ cents.   C. C. S.
Word has been received iu town
that Mrs.. Olive Howlandson died suddenly at Oakland, California, on thi
fourth of July. She was walking
along the street at the time and hati
a sudden heart attack. The deceased
was a sister of Mrs. John Hutchison
and Mrs. A. W. McVittie, of this
city.
Cb.is. Graham, of Reid A Co.'s,
who h.id the misfortune to tun a nail
In his loot some days ago, has been
confined to. his room since Ute lacrosse
game on Monday. The foot hati
Hot, healed sufficiently to admit ol
rough usage and Mr. Graham's participation in the lacrosse game caused
inflammation sot in.
Potatoes, i, cents,  c. C. s.
J. a. Motherwell, vho"has" "been
with the Cranhrook branch ol the
Canadian Bank of Commerce for sev
oral years, has been transferred ti
the Portland branch and leaves lot
bis new home tn-day. During his
long residence in Cianbrook Mr.
Motherwell has mado a host of friend.,
who regret his departure, ami who
wish him all kinds of prosperity and
happiness.
Potatoes, li cents. C, C. S
On Friday evening at 8 o'clock
thero will be a public meeting at
Wentworth hall Ior the purpose ol
making the preliminary arrangements
for celebrating Labor Day. This day
has been recognized as the big event
for Crnnbrook and ibis year it is the
intention of those In charge to make
the celebration the best one that has
yet Ven given In the district If
money and work will accomplish it.
A cordial Invitation is extended to
the people to be present fliat, evening
and   give an   expression   to     their
Potatoes, if tvnt',. C C S
T a. Cross, provincial iu.ui.igei ol
the Provident Savings Life of New
York, was In this this week and in
company with T. M. Roberts, of thu
firm of Arnold & Roberts, made th._
Herald a pleasant call. Mr. Cross
has been studying conditions In this
province for the past few years and
is confident that British Columbia
has a great future, and that Cranbrook is located just right to enjoy a
large share of that prosperity.
Charles E. Buck and ti. R. Tait
have opened a candy kitchen on
Armstrong avenue that is attracting
a great deal of attention. It ii
clean and pleasing in appearance and
the candies are fresh ami appetizing.
Have you seen the plate ? li not
you should drop in and enjoy 11
These gentlemen are desitiotis of giving the people of Cranhrook the benefit of fresh, home made candies, ami
;hey are going ab.jiit it in a manner
ihat will wiii thetn custom.
Potatots, lj cents.   C. C, S.
A very enjoyable time was spent
on the parsonage grounds and in the
church on Tuesday evening ol this
week. The Kpworth League held
thell usual social evening and invited
ill friends to come. About one
hundred responded, After an hour
n pleasant games and chat out ol
doot'S, all went into the church, where
ilie ladies provided refreshments of
cake and ice cream. An interesting
programme was also rendered iu the
ohurch. All present pronounced the
affair a grand success.
A SAB DEATH.
Mrs. Charles Fitzgerald died last
Saturday evening at the St. Eug.'ni'
hospital after an illness of only twenty-four hours. For some time thf
leccascd had been troubled with per-
ilstent headaches but did not seek
medical aid as it vvas thought thai
there was nothing serious iu tin
'rouble experienced. The latter part
ol the week she sought medical ad-
rice, but tbe next day was feeling
much better iu every way. Saturday
morning she was taken Willi a very
bad turn and toward noon, as she
ailed to get better, she was
hurried to the hospital and
notwithstanding that everything pos-
Iblo was done, death eame to her
relief about 11 o'clock. It is sup-
posid that the primary cause of ber
trouble and ihe Immediate cause of
death, was a growth like a tumor on
the brain, that finally became in-
flamed and brought about sudden
death.
The circumstances of lhe death of
the young wife are very sad indeed,
Less than a year ago she was married to Mr. Fitzgerald at tlie home
il her father, Mr, O'Leary, of Indian
River, Peterborough county, Ont.,
ind came west, wiih her husband a
tappy bride. A com lor tab It* home
vas provided for her, and her charming disposition and kind heart won
for her a large circle ol true fi lends
within a very short time, ami her
last hours were made as plcasani as
possible by the kindly administrations
ol those who sympathized with her In
ier trouble. Being a great lover of
lowers in her life, her friend*- made
the death chamber at the home a versatile bower nf roses, and the beautiful casket was buried beneath wreaths
if handsome design brotlg.il by man)
loving hands.
The funeral sorvlccs were held al
si. Mary's church Monday morning,
Father Cholnol being in charge, lhe
remains were taken to the station
and pla<ed on the east bound train In
the afternoon. The broken hearted
husband, win. bad taken the young
iirl away irom her home a bride, was
n less than a yeai, taking her back a
'orpsCT There were tearful eyes and
ad hearts when good*bye was said
as the train left with its burden of
death and sorrow.
! G. T. R.
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LEAP ».■ ran or. • ■ ' i. U-o
other MUCH AD\ b.l.TISl D packet
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BEST    .   ONEPHICE 60c
fea coffee blended for ourselves in
one of the beat w dee houses in the
Dominion The . mand for this
coffee is a suretj   ol its ., odness
1 Ha Tin. I,.,'.. 2 lb  Dins 73c
|       G. T. ROGERS
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Defective plumbing permits the entrance ir,:o the house        '^=*f*\^)
of lewer gas bearing   £crr.:_  ot --—wl
contagious diseases to which the human : ■-•  '  A'
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Sewer gas is not necessarily generated In the
sewcr. but is frequently crested ;;'. tl e * lnmb«
ing system within the home and ■ ten the
apartment! through defective :'.;■:*   : .
It* in doubt, consult us regarding the piping
and replacing defective fixture! -■■.n
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ilo nnt weai '. - tat tied out by
•hr thousand 1 ■■ • want their ap-
pari i to bi I :-. '■   thaw and stow it.
Ul. MAKE CLOTHINQ
foi •(:. be t dn ed men In the town
They wouldn't think ol going else-
where They have a ieaso&, of
course Ue will ".ell tt to you if you
will call lure
LEASK & HENDERSON ll1lTAlL0RS
GRAND CHANCELLOR K   OK I'
fm Monday tlie local lodge ot the
Knights of Pythias received a visit
frum Grand Chancellor John_on of
Nanalmo, II. C. In the evening, by
courtesy ol the Oddfellows, tbe lodge
met and initiated two new members
in the first rank.
The (Irand Chancellor gave a very
interesting and instructive address
and congratulated the lodge upon the
very excellent manner in which tho
work had been put on.
Mr. Johnson lelt ou Tuesday's west]
bound train Ior Ymir, and expressed
his pleasure with bis trip to Cranbrook which struck htm, he said, as
tlie best business town in the inter-
In.
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L. CLAPP
W. ROLLINS I
The Wentworth
Clapp & Rollins,
The New Managers.
Drop in and sec us any time.   We are on deck 25 hours
oul ot the 24
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..DRINK..
CKANBROOK BEER
Made from the best malt and purest water, it is
unexcelled for quality.    Ash for CranbrooK
Deerand insist on having it.
The Cranbrook Brewing ® MaJiiivg Co. Ltd.
Also Manufacturers of _ll kinds of Aerated Waders.
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Morrissey Mines is still
turning out its usual quota
of coal. The big Alexandra
hotel is still the best conducted hotel in Hast Kootenay. Your money's worth
at all times.
THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL,
Stephen. Hr„». 5 Co.. Owners and Proprietor*.
Morrissey Mines, B. C.
II. I   Sl.pli.ui.
Morrissey is the place to
take the Great Northern
train for Spokane~the
time is 12 hrs.; 24 hrs.
to Seattle; 32 hrs. to
Vancouver dt dt dt dt
THE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL
THE BIQ WHITE HOTEL.
II. L. Stephen., Owner and Proprietor,
Morrissey Junction, It. C.
NEWS    OF   THE
DISTRICT
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From
East
Kootenay
Papers.
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Hotel S s
thesis Comfort • Specialty
Hood Stabling Id Connection
Naa.ea, to lulltoacl mid depot.   Haa Kcommoda-
tlona to.  tbe public utiecjualled In Cranbrook.
tlul sad Cold Bath»
Hoggarth & Rollins jj
 Proprietors
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P. BURNS (& CO.
v>li„lc.al,' and Ke.all
MEAT
MERCHANTS
l-'resh ninl Cured Meal*
Fresh    pish,   flame   and
Poultry.
We supply only Ihe beal.     Vour
Irade Ih solicited
Market. In all lhe principal Iowa,
la Hrlllah Columbia
a_s_i®ssiaEiiiE_fflm_iSi_^_est_
_
,e"vi/t//.~
A child who is old enough to
Itudy is old enough to -t*t
glasses. Ho uot chance niarring
the life of the child by neglect-
Ing the sight.   Eyestrain always
renders stmlv llllUcilft ui',1 ulti-
iimtelv Injures both body and
mind.      illii.se.   ore   not   «-
pensive.
"•fa F.TateS Son,
IIRADIIATF. 0PIICUNS
TIMBER LANDS
FOR SALE OR LEASE
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company
offer timber lands comprised in British Co-
umbia Southern and Columbia & Kootenay
Railway land grants for sale and to lease on
favorable terms.
These lands contain some of the finest
timber in the Kootenay District.
For'terms, maps and further particulars apply to the followinp;
local land agent.:
v\ Hydo'Baker, Craiibrook, B. C.    E. Mallandaiue, Jr., Creston, B. C.
I. H. Wilson, Wardner, B. C H. & M. Bird, Nelson, B. C.
E. R. Bruce, Wilmer, B. C.
Or to
J. S. DENNIS,
British Columbia Land Commissioner,
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
Calgary, Alberta
Pi-ests Studio j
is full of iit-w
Wall Pictures
A SiUui Salesman attached tu each. Vou
are InuiU'il  lu inspect.
When You
Clean House
Bring your curtains and
carpets to us for washing.
We make a specialty of washing 0. P. R. overalls,
No Chinamen  employed
Crows Nest
Steam Laundry
SURD ft Will:.!. Proprietors
r^Ts»S_NBS_N_rV|(Kjrs_\_^rs^ '
TRICK HORSES
aro all right to watch, but not to
drive.   Tho horses wu use in our
LIVERY SERVICE
nro selected for service as well aa
show. Thoy nro pood lively road-
Bters that will carry you safely
there and back. For a drive ork
rido we can supply you with a Rood
horse and a proper carriage.
The Hundley Llvwy Stables
FBRNIB.
(From the Free Press.)
The Kast Kootenay Rifles held a
sham battle on Wednesday evening. A
detachment ol mounted infantry under
Lieut. Boult-on attempted to take the
city by breaking through tbe ranks
ol the two companies muter tin* command ot Captain Stork ami Lieut.
Monatt. Tlie scene of the bat He was
across the valley by the Ferine Man
utaoturlog company's old alto. Tho
iiiount-ed uwu were given twenty
lountls ol blank cartridges and lhe
Infantry ten rounds. Lieut. Keay
was umpire and decided when tflO men
were put out ol Action. The umpii.*
gOVt the light to the infantry alter
a spirited contest. Tin*-, will he Lhe
last drill lot a couple ol months. Tin1
ride range will soon be ready and the
rllle association practice regularly at
target shooting,
Samuel Weathers, C. P. R. brake-
man, is very ill In the hospital with
typhoid fever.
The customs collections at Fcrnie
lor June aniuuntnl lo $5,844.09 ami
the Inland revenue to $1,7004.
On Monday morning, Gertrude Mnr-
jorie, lhe infant daughter ol Mr,
and Airs. Vi. 0. Liphardt passed away
alter a lingering illness. Tho funeral
held on Wednesday morning was conducted by the pastor, assisted by-
Rev. Mr. Hastings, of Greenwood,
brother ot Mrs. Liphardt. The bereaved parents bave the sympathy of
many Iiieijds iu their great loss. The
little child was just 5 months old.
Martin Happen, a Slav living at
Michel thought that his landlady had
skipped out with $71*0 of bis money.
The tetter's arrest and the clearing
up ol the mystery cost Kappez enough
to make him think twice before .jumping at conclusions in the future. Kappez came to Fcrnie from the celebration with his laudlady, Paulina Sui*
inna, $700 which he bad saved lor a
trip tp. his old home. The lady
ihe meantime had planned a trip on
her own account to Philadelphia and
before leaving Michel she left the
money in the keeping of Kappez's sou.
The father iu Fernie learned ol the
lady's sudden departure and thinking
it was a clear case ol theft had the
authorities detain her at Kegiua. Subsequent investigation revealed the
facts as related and the lady went on
her way.
POST OFFICE SITE SECURED.
The site for the government post
office building bas heen purchased. W
W. Tuttle's corner on Cox St. and
Pellatt Ave., 120 foot square, as was
surmised some weeks ago, is the sit.
selected aud the deparlmeut of Jus
tice is now at work gaining information as to title, etc. As a matter of
fact the selection was practically
made when Mr. Henderson, the government architect, was last in Fernie,
At that Utiie be carried oft tbe deed
of tbe property. One ol the chief
reasons given loi this selection is the
large size of the site. By building
on the corner there will be an open
space on all sides, making the build
iug much more imposing and decreas
lug the danger irom tire.
The price paid lor tbe site was
$5,000, and It is believed the lemaiu-
ing $5,000 of the appropriation will
be spent this year in building thi
foundation and basement. Win
Kstiiwig now figures on building an
opera bouse on the opposite comer.
Aid. Robins yesterday presented
Aid. Tin tie wiih a Ull silk hat in
payment of the lK>t upon the selection ot this site. The bet was made
some months ago wben all Information on the subject was merely conjecture.
ed she was attacked by pains and mistook the carbolic acid for ber medicine. She leaves a husband and
eight children tn mourn her loss.
Michael Sullivan, superintendent ol
tlie Aurora property, was In Nelson
the first of tho week getting ore cars
and oilier supplies fot tin* mine.
Ho already has several men employed and is going right ahead with
prospecting and developing work,
The men aie boarding mid living In
lov li
\ I' Macdonald an.l wife will loave
next week Ior tbe cast, where ihey
will visit with relatives mi Prince
Edward island and at Washington, D,
0. They will be absent from Moyie
about a month.
Garrett Keofe, of the Exchange sa
loon in Rossland has bn exhibition in
his show window a poi containing
some Irish moss which came Irom
County Cork.
M. A. Plialen, principal of the
.Moyie school, lelt Wednesday on a
visit to Sydney, C. ll.
Since the commencing of work ou
tlie Aurora, several new locations
have bt'tii made ou the west side oi
the lake.
John Shea had his right ankle
broken Wednesday while working in
the mine. Ho was token lo ihe lios-
pital the following day.
John Hutchison, otherwise just
plain "Hutch," broker, promoter an 1
insurance agent, was in town yesterday hustling for business, and lie got
a bunch of it, too.
Two men started out in a sailboat
Tuesday while there was a severe
gale blowing and the boat capsized.
Fortunately Constable Kouth saw
them ami went and rescued Ihem from
their perilous position.
It was a big celebration; in fact
the biggest Moyie has ever bad, and it
was a success from every point o
view. And right here it may b
stated that in a large measure tlih
was due to the assistance of the
Cranbrook people. Nearly 200 of
them came on a special in the morning and remained throughout the day
and evening. The business men of
that town were well represented,
You can't buy a Dominion Express
money order in Movie. The commission on the business is so measly
small that tliere is not a man in town
who bos lime lo bother with it.
More than ever with emphasis we
can say, "The people of Craubrook
are all right."
(From tbe Ledge.)
Everything comes to Kernie. A
band of gypsies are around the city
telling fortunes for a bit or two.
Aid. Robins will leave the city In
September lor Port Arthur, where he
will work some horses on n railroad
contract.
Cement blocks for use in the Coal
company's office building arc being
rapidly manufactured on ihe premises,
the cellar Is excavated, the foundation laid and the erection of thi! walls
will shortly be begun.
What might bave proved a serious
blaze was nipped in time on Saturday
night. While fireworks were under
way a spark dropped at the back of
Hundley's stables ami quickly lit up,
but wns put out by L. J'olliirk,
Two new buildings that are being
erected on Victoria avenue for the
Crows Nest Trading company and the
Trites Wood company will be an ornament and a credit to the city
Workmen are busy on each and it
would look as If there was hot rivalry
between tbe contractors as to whleii
one was ready for occupancy first.
 A	
novie.
{From the Leader.)
"Baldy" Morris, Cranbrook's popular   guardian of the peace, was     In
Moyie   for   a few   hours celebration
day.
Fred Demuth was called to Rossland this week on account of his
mother's death. She had taken c.ir-
bolic acid by mistake. Mrs. Ilmnirh
had been sick for two years and li.i.l
at times severe painy     It is prcfiitn-
A TRIP TO WINDERMERE.
Leaving Cranbrook at 7 a.m. we arrived at Governor Hanson's about 11
Continuing we made Wolfe Creek at
3.110, it was raining so we stopped
there until morning. A few miles
further brought us to Sheep creek,
thcuce to Canal llat we had heard so
much about. This place, that we had
allowed our imagination to picture, a
small town with every modern con
venieace save a police force and an
opera house, but we saw nothing hut
desolation and Imagination. It consisted of an ex-inhahited hotel, the
grounds of which were ornamented
with wild grass and thistles, the latter we may remark being the first wi
had seen since leaving our native
shores, where the Scotchman plays
a distinct part in lauding his national
emblem. After leaving Canal llat
the scenery is indescribable, coming in
close contact to the Rockies and
again mounting Thunder-hill, below
which lies Columbia lake, covering
some 15 miles by 2 miles. We stopped that night in a log cabin previously vacated and the next morning
we reached sulphur spring, it being 13
miles within Windermere proper. We
pitched our tents and began camp life
in all its glory. The first week can
better be imagined than described
when wo say lhat it rained incessantly. Then our hope wns rewarded by
seeing a glimmer of sunshine from behind the clouds in a peek-a-boo" attitude. Another family tented near
us, and an oecasioiiuble Indian family
over night.
Mrs. Brewer's house Is one of the
lew in this locality, and we visited
her frequently, Every ono knows
Mrs. Brewer. We had not seen her
in live years, but she is the same genial, good-natured lady as known lithe pioneers of this country.
We enjoyed naUnes benefits at  lhe
Springs   and   when   our   .supply    of:
physical fuel had    visibly diminished
We returned  to the Banana belt, and
home.     This js a splendid trip if enjoyed   in the   'right"   and    '-rustic" j
spirit-     Leave your dancing slippers
at home.     Take   down your pomp.i
dor, forget Btralghl form, and    take
along pL nty   of    rough, old clothes.
Vou ean either camp oul or hoard at
the road-house, which is kept by Mrs, '
Brewer and about ono mile up    hill ■
to the Sulphur springs.
One of Six.
Xcabino Business
Ifoousea of fl_av\>8*
Vlllc    Cl.c Smelter City...
Marysville has come
lulu ber own. lhc
town new has a permanent payroll and is
the gateway ot the St.
.Marys valley. j» Hie
Herald can heartily
indorse the fullim-ing
business .muxes;
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STOl'K QUOTATIONS
Furnish,,,! by   Ileal. « Eliv.ll,
urn, Cranbrook.
Marconi   Win-less  (I'linaflian).*,
Marconi   Wireless (American).
Deforest Wireless Telegraphy...
North Star   	
St. LuRone	
Rambler Cariboo  ,
Western Oil & Coal	
International Coal & Coke	
Gem   Silver-Lead   Mining    &
Smelting Co	
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Central Hotel
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k. Johnson, Proprietor        Marys  valley.
fi Mining R(l<11" service the best.
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1 A.   MELLOR  Mr.Mellorcarrlesagen. I
n GENERAL MERCHANT eral slock ol merchandise fi
n His prices arc right. Prospectors can find what Ihey 5}
53 want, save freight and transfer by buying in Marysville fi
n
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dress goods, men's wear and modern novelties,    liis
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| MARYSVILLE, B. C.   Th< ■•"*"' ->nd ks< 1
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When you visit Cranbrook stop at the
ROYAL HOTEL
None 'letter In the District
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Rates tl antl up.   Short Orders and Oysters
served In any style from 8 p. in. to 6 a. m.
The table is the best, the rooms are unsurpassed for clean
liness and comfort and the bar.is supplied with the best brand
of liquors and cigars.
L. B. VANDEi_AR. Prop.
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