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Array THE CRAJN BROOK HERALD.
VOLUME  7.
cUAMUiOOK,   BRITISH   COI.UMKIA,   THURSDAY.   M Alien   il    1800
NUMBKR   49
JUST OUT
British Columbia Illustrated
Containing 14 IMges, Up-to-date in Everything, Size 12x15
lllu.irall.ig llie Bunmilwi Itusounras ..i
I'he Rkhent Province In  the llrllisli Umpire.
li-  ll.liol'loa nn  ..'ii.  hike ami
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will, vl.w. ol nil the |,iiii.ii
n- groat mining dowl,
ive,; it*
lake ami
piiii'iit,
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SENT POST FREE ON  RECEIPT OF PRICE St.00
Address, JAMF.S   l.AWI.ER, Rossland.
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, r.l.i>«l.l.-   Ii.l->l'iii„ii„ii '
11,11,1,
I tut,
BEST BUY IN
GREATEST UOI.D
B.C., CANADA AT
III SCO VERV OP THE
iS CENTS
AGE IS IN B. C.
THE BIG FOUR
Consolidated Gold Mines, Limited.
Capital $625,000, ot which 35 per cent in shares is now in our
Treasury.   Shares fully paid and non-assessable.
Minen .liii'iMlv wesl ol ibe Le*
Rui and URoi No :', War Kagle
and CeniieSiar fptirofthe largest
Itfjdicopper mine* in the world;
all of which have paid large dividends.
g0F<unw Identical ore ami
veiiif now in eight on the lil*i
FOUR.   Large-ore bodies.
AsKtVB from |5 to |&jU in gold,
copper* silver) etc, very rlchdls-
pluv ad now un estnl.iiiuii in ihe
city ore exhibit. muaing. wide
comment,
We have nearly two Ulllefl of
railway on Rig ••'our properly with
watei and limber in ahun.t&n.e.
ROBPlftti't ore shipments for 1901
350,000 ton-.   Shipped for imi.'j,
-hunt 410,000 irtlll, 1VHH aluiiii loo
00 tOIIS. Total value ui Rota's und
„iee luintHl. 31 .IWu'.OOU,
Please Note Price
IS Cents pbLre
Tor One Month
Roaslai
I Itug.st ore lindiesure
a great snccesB with the cOifcen-
ICltlon system of ore reduction.
f;i oo ore now pitys to mint* OS now
proved bv the latest reports and
dividends
Nu lew*? than 100 shares sold.
Shares cull be lind on instalment
plan, payments monthly. Tw»*n
ty pereent cash, balance within a
year,
Companv has no debts liabilities
and a lull tone of men now work-,
lug.
References.—The Hot). Mayor,
iii.l.l Comuiissloner, pomuiuster,
ui anv imiik or business man in
thffi'ty.
Th i
Willi
fortune;
limit oil, nil lln* voyage of tbelr lilt-
]t> 1,.'tin,l in sliiillovm ami In iiiir.,*n.-w.
in ti ii<l<. in tlif tiffnii-H nl in.'ii
mki'ii ut tin* flood, leads on to
Any amount lens (bin $100 send by
pii-lii'liu or express urJer: uver   Oils
annum I, by bank tlratl lu Secrelsry
Big Four Consolidated Hold Mines,
Ltd., Rossland, B. C, Canada.
Order Wank*, and oi" most eoBprobs
kIih« inK "U ItitHslai.o iiiiiii-N ami giving
jiiirm from MUnii* entfuwrH. n-nt onlv
Sent lift- iiii receipt nt 10 i-eiit*- in sunn
isiv.'tiiut complete llluBtraleit Prospeetua
valuable Informnilon, with Mnps und Re.
,i I lives ton, ur iht.se liffiiiing io Invest,
* i.n- postage;
O-aXHOttOSO-OO*^^
•0.».»*e%ek.k'*-**.*%**4*%*****.*%^
Struck Ore
In our Uiu Tiiinii-1. Mining lasja-rls say il will (trow
rii'lii.r uml batter, "limy large (luld Veins nn- jusl
nlii'iiil mul will In- ,'„i in mpiil succession Wo own
the 100 acres,  WITtlol I  DEBT,
....nf,.,,..  ...".".'l.a.n.li.ii.a.il.i .  I
AT G0LDF1ELD
Tin- i'iiin|i i.f Oiilck F
iv ith liei, lliilil Sliil,,-,
covered,   JOIN now
-  i.vvii   HKI inn-s.
Until loins Ills
ninl
HELP US DIG
livery Share iitilulilt'ii .'miii Stuck Rives ownership
in llinliolillii'lil imtiiiTi's uml I'oloruilo l'iki   Uititl
illkllli'li'n.     I >iv i.l.-li.ln .l.-.-ii.im.i on bul.ll iMail.l I..'
TWO DIVIDENDS FROM ONF. INNESTMKNT
$iS.OO  BUYS 1,000 SHARES
>!.". la
la XillM hi
fill 11.,
a,   Km liiiyt, I'l.t'iiH, ehntf
\,,|, HgaUSSltlllt'
....a...........
mv  mu'iuti: Tin: price advamks
500 PER CENT
ORDER  AT  ONCE
thi- cheapest unrl best, with ore in lho mines mul <
livimiiry.    II owr-aulmi'rilii'il your money will la
lltulii'si Gouifneroiiil mul Bunk RelereiiC'
nnh in  th.'
• returned,
Hake all remittances payable tu
The Golden Sun Mining & Milling Co.
201 KiltreHitu BUilililig 1)IONVEIt, COW.
•W
A RICH MINE.
Tf ibe goose don't lay the golden
egg; diet ber on printers'ink.
Advertise in Cbe fierali
One of ibe 11chest mines in the
western states is tbe Uunker tlill
Sullivan and the story of its diseo^-
i'iy, sale and subsequent rlttlUWM
[inula like a .airy tale. As many ol
lhu litiulil u-udcis know tit Uie pm-
pei ly mul aie pctsoimlly aioudnm-d
wilb many ut llie cliutaeteis euUUQCt-
Cil Willi us t-uily Jiistory, the lollotv-
ing sluiy Lold by *l»iiUh Juke'
i.net/, i.t Spokane, is pnnittl lln-.
iniiit' lias beeii paying titvhlunds oiOi-
u.itiiy al Un- i.iic oi >.0,Ulli' a
moil ih, liul u dotilili' lii'utlfi ol Ui>o,-
U0U was ilihtiuist'U .Muitii 'i—pi-Hi.ip-.
in lioliot ul I'lt-hlilt'lil Kon-Jt'M'U'b in-
,iiii;iii,itn.ii-anU ii made u luial ol
*ja,fl7i,tJUU, 'lhe mine is cwinulled
by tlie U. 0. Alillb htU'u-ku, which
are ivpivst'iiled un lhe eoabl hy Krt-4
lirudlcy ol Sun Kraia-lsio -Tht* mine,
winch sold .iiioiii la yvAiu a^> toi
H.jUU.uun, bus. iiicu'iibeti in vaiut i u-
tii Unlay whul lew slUtes can be-tiad-
on Hit niarUi't me quu-tctl ul US—a
valuation ot over to.uuu.uuu foe the
mine—and ii is doubtiul wlieilier the
mtrol could be boug*H for tliat tig-
re. Thus ihe mine "has more than
ti filled in value, while paying on an
average lu pei eent- Jftideftds- aumi-
alty un tlh.' original purchase'price.
Uut here is "Dutch Jake's" vera:
cioUU etuonicle:
I'm pjing to ifil the true- story
about tlie discorery ol the tiunkcr
Hill & Sullivan mine in ihe L'oeu-r
d'Aleucs. Theie've been a- lot oi stories written about it, but 1 never;
saw one that was1 right"-all the waj'
ilutuigh.
"It happened back iu 1885. 1 was
then at Murray, in Ute gotd belt oi
the Coeur d'A4eues, where my partner, Harry Baer, and I had a sal oui.
t\e were partners, loo, in mining
deals. Harry staid iu ten-d' Uic-bUh**-
nessin .Murray, while V went'out in
the-hills louk-iiig after prbspecis:
Uutch Jake's bar on Myrtle " creek,'
near Murray, is namtU at ler me.
"I was pretty eiuse to 3i> years old
then and 1 had made $Uii,Ot)li or $3u,-
uuoin lie anU put coniracls lor'ihe
Nurtherii l'aeiiic during cuustiueiiou
days, Then i hnd owned' some ,a-
loons along the railway and we did u
little gambling. In issi ] winl intjj
Hie gold belt of the Coeur d'Alonc's
ou snow shoes over the inounui i.-.
from Trout Creek, Alotu. There ,v.u
iii Icel of snow on llie hills. 1 was a
real thing as a pioneer, for I helped
lay oul the towns of -Alunay, Mullan,
Eagle, Uurkc, Ueita, Littletield, Kellogg und Wurdik'i.
"1 got acquainted with PhH'
O'Koiirkc, an old Colorado miner,
who was counted as the best prini-
pector in the camp iu ihosedays. In
the early -.unimei' of 188S we went
ovei toward Alultan to look kltet
some claims, und whvn we- returned
to -Murray with uur cayusos-we'foUnd
old ijiau Kellogg. Ile had been oui
prospecting ou tlw south fork of ihe
Coeur d'Alene liver, near ihe spol
Hlure Kellogg, Idaho, nuw stohflg,
and he brought- back some-iron cap'
ping ihal hefntuKl. The oM-mfen was
piospeciiiiti ou u grubstake tor Cooper A Peck of Murray. They had provided him with a burro and wiih
$ls 75 worth Dl tools ami provisions.
Willi tliat bed put in aWmt two
mouths iu the hills, and all he had io
show (nr it was this iron cap. He
lliowcd it to Coopet A Peck and ihey
asked John M. Uurke-about it. Uurke
had a gteut rcpulaliou. He saw it
was a smelling oie, and when lie luld
Coapei A Peek so they got disgusted
lor ihey wanted Ht%e gold. They said
to Kellogg that he'd better quH pros-
pt'ctiug If lie couldn't get'In^'gold.
"Kellogg .slluwcd his .samples tu
I'lni o'Hniuke. it didn't lake a miu-
ute tot I'lul in sih! that ii gave promise oi producing some galena or car-
botiHtts like tbe ores ihal made Colin ado lamoiis. I'lni fume to nie mil
lold ine we'd better join Kellogg in
staking Unit ground, so 1 turned t ur
ayuses and piovisiubs over to Phil'
uud Kellugg, and tliey struck ■ right
oil for the south fork. Meair-tlme Kellogg hail untitled ■ Cooper A Pefck that'
he had quit tlie grubstuke deal with
them.
"Kellogg took O'Hourke down io
Hlg creek, on the south fu'rk, and
pointed out ihe big iron cupping .ihat
covered the ledges, Moving -down 'the
river they came tu Milo creek," where
tlie town of Kellogg now 'stands.
There they lost a pack horse and
while old man Kellogg went in search
or it up Klk Gulch'Phil started '.he
hunt up Milo creek. At the heati'; of
the creek he found some galena -tloat;
and i hough it Was dreadful hard work
to get through -tliff brush' and- fallen
timber he cHnrttot-^up tli6;'hill ahottt
500 Ject and there he stumbled upon
the great Hunker Hill ledge, sticking
right up out of the'ground: There
was nothing in sight- but glittering
galena,' and■'' O'Rrimflto knew he*tad
found the greatest thing" evet diseov-
ereif in the northwest. He was -ao
excited that he sat down half an hour
before he knew what to do. Finally
he rushed back to Kellogg, who wit's
in camp at the mouth of the gulch,
and after supper they spent' the'time
planning- how to•■■ locate their find.
Phil was so-excited"'that be -bad for*
gotten :t6*-'*pui',upMir^?Jiotftt!4' That
I nigJu he wiole out the ItK-ation t.o-
tiCC and railed tht* mine the Itnukc.
I Hill, after the battle iu the re Vol U-
I tion. But he decided it would l.e In it
to have Kellogg sign the notice us
localoi lot Phil bad a lul ui ii lends
who loaned lum money, and they
might ny to claim an Interest if it
was stukitl In his name.
"Next morning tiny started up the
gulch about two miles lu make the
location, hul ili-e.it CftpUftn had strayed awti)'. As luck would have n iht-y
lum.,1 the uld White Mn i u ihftl Coop*
i*l iV Peck had tuine-d iimi l<> K.-l-
iopg as a |»aii irt his gnilistukt- The
butiu had wandi-ifd awuy when Is.,-1
togg was ihcie lust. Tln-y ciugiit
lhe beaut and luudiiig then picks ,<nd
gruii ou it ilh'V went up the gulrli
lo the Dunki-l Hill lode Then Kellogg happened tu think thai maybe
lied heller not appear as locator, 'or
Cooper a Ptuk might claim an inl-i-
efsi on account ot his lirsi grubstake
So they threw away the locution notice wnh Kellogg as locator, and
wrote a new one with O'Hourke as
the lucaloi and Kellugg a.s witness.
"The) went back tu Murray next
illuming, and the sight uf their samples set the camp crazy. Everybody
knew iu a general way llial the liuJ
was un the south lurk, ami although
O'Huuiiif and Kellogg wouldn't tell
folks exactly where it lay, the miners
were getting ready for a stampede,
Phil took me off to one side 'iml
wanted me lo locale the extension of
Lhe Bunker Hill. He thought thai
I'd hotter take Con Sullivan along
With me. Sullivan was a sort of side
partner oi Phil's. That night at IU
o'clock Con and 1 static,] uut iu a
furious ruin without even a
pack-horse. We thought we could lu-
cate the mine by the directions that
Phil O'Hourke gave us. But as li
turned out he made a mistake in describing the location, and we look
wrong hogback1 and we had a dreadful time. We'went up a hogback by
Resolution gulch and for three or
four days we wandered un until we
went way past Kellogg peak, over in
the St. Joe river country. Wo
were completely lost ami had nothing
to eat ami nothing to drink for a
couple ul days except some snow that
had lain in gullies since the last winter. Sullivan was pretty nearly done
for. His tongue was sticking uut and
he could hardly move. Vou see, we
were wulkin^ all the time, day and
night, except, for the lillle rests
when wc-ti sit down to get our bearings: We wanderwl around almost in
a chide on those mountains and at
last came out' on the south fork if
the Coeur d'Alene, a little way above
Kingston, aboui a mile. My, but I
thought we'd drink the river dry.
"A half bieed woman on a ranch
there gave us something to eat anil
wc went on up to Jackass ptoinfi,
near the mouth of Mitt) creek. Hy
that tithe we-'knew where we were,
and Sullivan went up the gulch to the
niiues the next day and'I went on to
Murray.      I   was   sore all  the way
000, Con Sullivan got JT'i.Otiu, und ! 9
Alex Monk, u sort of side partner of J
O'Hoiirke's, gut $75,0)10. He is a j
lucky fellow. He put $2*0,0110 iu Chi-1 »
cago street cai Blocks and trebled')
his money in three months, lie's Uv-j J
Ing in Ireland nuw, although he still t
has some Interests here and was Ij.. I, ,
ut Wurdnei a lew weeks ago i|,l J
mari Kellogg dinl u couple of years II
ago He huil losl hjs inoiny Phil ! !
O'Rourko win I tu Alaska Imt leim.i-J J
tl uml is nuw living in Kill.. '.< [ »
Idaho j
through at- 0'Rourkc._l_thuught_lie
had" lied to* trie .alflJii V ihtr r bu to to
liie mines. But'when"! reached Murray I gol word to come back to tbe
strike, so back I went and found out
that Phil had made a mistake.
' * Meanwhile Cooper A Peck had
been over there looking at the strike.
They found the lirst'location notice
that Kellogg had thrown aside i-nd
they learned through the talk of Kellogg and O'Rourke that the two had
used Cooper A Peek's burfo in making'the location. That was enough
for Cooper A Peck, and they commenced suit against the locators toi
a half interest iu the property on account ot their original grubstako.
They ditlii't think of locating lhe extensions to the Bunker Hill, for
O'Rourke had put up some fictitious
posts to cover the ground. So when
I got back there Sullivan antl I located an extension and we called it the
Sullivan mine. It was staked September JO, 1885, just a week after
the -Bunker Hill was staked.
"When*Cooper A Peck's suit for a
grubstake was brought in the superior court at Murray the jury gave a
verdict against them. However,
Judge'Norman Buck, whn presided,
reversed ■ the jury's veftllct and held
that'the real discoverers of the Bui-
ker-Iiiii were Phil O'Hourke, Kellogg And the jackass, which was the
property of Cooper A Peck. He gave
them a quarter interest in the Sullivan and'* a half Interest in the Bunker iiiii: W. B. Heyburn, nowsenator
from Idaho, and Major Woods of; Wai-
laceV ldaiio, defended Cooper A Peck".
Our attorneys were Allien Allen,
Judge- Claggetl and Frank Oanahl.
The lawyers all got interests in the
mine-'lor'their fees. Wu appealed "he
casV;tb-the supreme euurt of the
state;'but while it was pending there
a deal' ivas made to sell the mine tu
Sim-Redd of Portland for $1,500,000.
It was necessary to give him a clear
title so we compromised by paying
Cooper'A Peck1 $76,000.' ■
"The'idle *a% mad-Jin May of 1887"
and It 'Was put through hy Colonel
'Jim' Wardner.' Harry Boer and I,
wltb were partners In all our mining
operations, got $200,000 cash iu one
lump for our luterests. Phil O'Rourke
got uwr |200-400fr, Kellogg «at |30<V
Huiiy Itiu'i and I brought oui
money here and we pul up u foul
story otlice building at Main avenue
i lid Howard sln-et thai was the tin-
L-st in the stale Complete it coal is
$80,000. \\v gut a completed in
1888, uikI the next year it was wiped
oul by lhe lire. Wc saved uuly $71,-
uou Insurance Later we lust ewri
lhe- giuuud by lutcclosuu* of mortgage. Huwevei, we'd saved something from the wreck and we came
came down here at Howard street
and Kiout avenue, where we built '.he
new Coeur d'Alene."
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
In the matter uf the Laud Registry
Act and Amending Acts, and in the
matter of an application by the
Marysville Tuwuslte" and Development company, and Frank P. tio-
gan fur an amendment tu plan of
Marysville' Tuwnsltc, filed in the
Land Registry oltice at .Nelson, a
C.
In Chambers before the Honorable
Chief Justice-
Bated Uie 116th day of October,
1UU4'.
Upon an application uf the said
Mat)«vi.ie"luttmme and Development
duifipair?' aud Mank t'. llogan lur uu
anieuumcnL to-tne plan ut .uarysvuie
tuwusitc, Uled in tne land registry
oiuceaf-NeiSDn', B: c, numbered- <Jo.
Ami upon reading lhe summons issued
iiciein on tne -utn uuy oi uoiooer,
i«04, arid Uie aitid'aviis oi l>iatiK P.
Hogau, sirVorn-the^ath'day ot'Scp'
leliiuer; 1S04; ot A. \\. McVlllle,
swom lhc loth Uay uf'Ockobcr, KtWi,
and' Un exhibits uibrthi- referred to,
ul H'ank P. llogan, sworn tne
aotii aay or'October, is«-i; ahu.upui.
ncai-ing AU. Ia.' a! alacdonald, K. U.,
oi' coUusei lor tn*i<>aid- applicants.
ll is ordered that the said plan oi
Uie luwiisrte^of Marj,sville niwi in Jic
land leglsirj* uhii'e at iNefson, ti. C,
numbered Jdd, be amended- by eliuu-
ting theieirom that portion of said
plan uesenbed as blobas 30; J7, an,
ju, 41, 42, and 4a, and lhe -streets
aud iuiieS comprised in tliat puitiun
ul said ptah, said portion so lu ue
eliminated* being marked as "A" in
Uie exhibit rcierred'lo in the said
ailidavit ot A. W. McA'ittie.
it'is further ordered-that the said
applicants be at'liberty to nie a new
piau oi the said' lowusia* ui Marysville thesaiua7iii alt respects us uie
said piart number ,W, wlm Uie ti
ceptiun that said plan so lu be tiled
shall not coiitaitl iliereuu uie puruun
su •iliuiuiateU' as'ulut'esaid.
It th ^iititia leiur'auU cuuditioii ol
tins ui'dfef * that the'sard applicants
shall cadse to be inserted in the
Uranbrubk Herald;" a' newspapei
published at Cranbiook, B. t'., a true
copy ul this order} lul* lour successtvn
issues uf such newspaper, and that
during such periotl said applieaut
shatl cadse to be posted upun in
ground described iu the said portion
of said plan su lo be'eluiiinuicd us
aforesaid, a Hue copy ui this order*;
and that upon prooi iu the satisfaction
uf the district, registrar of ibe supreme court at Nelson, B. C, of such
publication uud posting as aioresuid,
and ll no objections in willing are
&e~tiled'in'the otlice of the said registrar withiu a period uf six weeks
from lirst publication and posting,
then the said registrar shall thereupon'attach hereto his certificate1 mat
the term's and conditions herein imposed have been- complied with and
this order ur a true copy tbeieoi, upun
being filed'-iu the land registry olllce
at Neisou, - B. C, shall be and become elective fur all intents and purposes.
It is further ordered that the cusis
of and incidental to this apptiealijii
be paid by'the said applicants.
W. F. aURD; G. HUNTER.
Cranbrook, B. 0,
Solicilor tor Applicant.    47-4t
Dezall Brothers
Blacksmiths
Horse Shoeing
Carriage Repairing and
General Jobbing....
Ilul.lilc (Mm frunpil,
»mii,l.-J io.
Club Restaurant
Opposite Imperial Hotel
Armslrunx Avenve
....TIIK NEW....
SHORT ORDER
 IKIL'SE	
PERFECTION   OF  COOKERV
THE
STRATHC0NA
rnrmcrly Hotel Phair
NELSON, B. C.
B. TO.-ll'KINS, Manager.
Phis hnti'i is .uu'
llritish Columbia
in every respect,
stitnple rooms.
ot tin, beat it,
nml  up-to-date
Well  lijjbtea
CRANBROOK LICENSE DISTRICT
A special meeting ot the board oi
license courinihuiunt'ts, Cranbrook License District, will tie held at tlio
Court House, Cranbiook, on Thursday, march 9th. Iau5, at the hour of
10 o'clock in the forenoon, when tliu
following applications will be considered:
J. 11. Dowues. trnnsfer to Eneas
H. Small, Cosmopolitan Hotel, Crau-
bruok.
M. J. MclVak, transfer to A. P
Chenette, East Koolenay llolel, Cranbrook.
Finch & Jones, transfer to A. P.
Chenette, Falls View Hotel)' Marysville.
A. P. Chenette, Royal Hotel;' Fort
Steele Junction.
J. H. MeMullin,
Chief License Inspeirror
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that sixty
days after dale C. M. Edwards will
apply-.to the'Chief Commissioner nf
Lands and Works, Victoria, for uci-
mlssioti to purchase the following described land in South East Kouten.iy
district:
Commencing 10 chains east .of the
Moyie1; river, op t|rt'- International
bourldary 'line, thence'^O chaiirs west,
thence 40 ehaiiis north, thence 30
east, more or less, to the 'western
boundary of-Ed -Corell's pre-ejription,
theSCe "sptttherty tottowlh.g said western boundary to southwest corner,
thence 10 chains east, Uience 10
chains south, more or less,' to point
44-9t
W. H. BEATTY,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR,
CRANBROOK, B. C.
TELEPHONE 89
60   YEAIir
EXPERIENOt
Cranbrook Sash
and Door Factory
All kinds of finish work in
way of iloore. windows, transoms, etc, Kiln ilriiil lumber
lor insiile work. Uur work if
lOMrailtcnl ami nnr prices are
aatisfai'tury.
Rough and Dressed Lumber
For Sale
, l«. , ,.
LOVERS OF NATURE
• boanjoj adrive al.mir ih. ...iiinrv road.
.abuM wud i<>
The Handley Livery Stables
tor the aiifMor., outHt.
Th. turnout. ea,,,Jl«l t,,r „, an* l,and.u«.,
.Wl appointed anil entir.lv »ati.lactorj.
Tbeja.lrlni.lrri lo tbe pleasure of . ,rip.
There j. Dotbins about boree or rehii-le Ut
'.nee unea.ineei. to a Mr}ai,|r. pereou Dot
.nytbioy'fo the appearanr. of either to Ji.
tbuw .ho an, particular a. to .t>-l«.
Pin. u.i.vdleV!
Tb** City  BaU«ry»
s known for it's fine brea?,
buns takes and pastry.   Order?
left tlfe day before will be fllle*
promptly.
Weddirig Cakes a Specialty.
C. W. WILSON
CANADIAN
Pacific
Ant nno Rimtilnf- a t-Uelcli aiid "dwerlBt Ion K-i
■ ■■ - oimilnn free wbaurtfTjm.
qnli-kly usi-'erinii. ...     ,	
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tUitwutrlctlyc.
il,i,-i>tii,l. [
ii*y 11.	
null Mutni i
     . i-liurue, intli
Scientific flmcricait
{Miii_"
j1 any xr:eiuiDL- jnurnai.   Tent"
rmntilU.fl. -im UyaljIntwwu
miM'v    rBecuri*j*j*«t«to»'fi
1',,1,'llM  lilll.-l,   Nil.,llllll  Sllltlll  jfc Co. nM«l*t
••iri'1.11 tidlii.-, «ii li.nif. i-liurue, In tha
IN & Co.3e,B">»,"-»'" NsWlfi
noli Office, ira P SU WaiblDhmton, D. C
Catlbury's
Fancy Box Chocolates
at the Candy Kitchen
Ainu Robert'-on ,i Lpary's both
in I.i,t.i'h nn.l in l.tilk. We hnve aft/r
I'jtut.H ot riniili'H nml nuirt' on MB
why. 'I'lint tiiiniiH M.iii- J96 kl&drfjBp
nun tpiim. SbJE 0011 2ffo MJXTUB3
fm ilu- riiiUitjiiiH irad(*i un nooil'*-
tuil i'oul'1 buy iii Toronto,    ripwrlftl
attention jtivi n to mall onien,
Q. .P TISDALEv
w,. Im
IWI'1,,1 v
DRAYING
ll  tilt* t'lls-itiejH   foe
ISPACTION,
equ
J our bimjiiMl-:ii in-
ti, Thnt ciiuwn weaive sift-
ilpmi
t'tly
, Im
Wi- Imv.
B. C.
one of the belt
iimi we attend
ABOUT THAT PIANO
Wlit'ii ymi wuul it moved nee i
Wu luiiki- it ii specialty and bave
piano mo
without risk,
tn re,
1 can ilo tho work
Aled household lurni.'
Perry & Fitzgerald
PROPRIETORS OF THE
Cranbrook Cartage
an Transfer Co.
Olllce oppuslte C. P. ». 'PHONE U
ITAILWAY
Lowest Rates    Best Time
EAST
TORONTO, MONTREAL. SEW
YORK: MARITIME  PROVIS-'
CES; NEW ENGLAND
WEST
VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SEr
ATTLE,CAlIFORXIA POINTS"
UNFQUAJLlHlTATSENG£ir;
SERVICE
Standard nnd Tourist Sleepers,
Coaches. Dining Cars
TOUltlSTSLEEPER
SERVICE
WEST Reaves Rerelstoko Man.
dajr, Wednesday, Thnraoay
and Saturday for Seattle
anil Vancouver.
EAST Leave Dunmore Junction'
fqrToronto, Wednesday and
Saturday; for Montreal,
Monday and Friday; lor
BUstiiin, Friday.
, AtlaittlTstiarrishlp Agency"
T6rbflg*i"Bookir.ge to and from Greal
Britain and the Continent
For rate., folders an.l tickets  apply to
local agents, or to
0. Mllller, Aieni, Cranbrook.
J."S/CAkTKR, E. .1. CO+LE'
U.P.A., Nelson   A.O.P.A. Vancouver
Wanted Immediately I
AGENTS
II Frn't Tree-. Il,ie|.l..r,.v. IJouaitieir.
a,.', flou.l pay .fj-kiy.'.
lull iiione.v^fii this1 itbrl
an.l I'lirriuil 11.i-
outllt fri.'. Tli-
fur triHtwortliy
irlTEttttTINu INSTRUCTIVE
'Correct etiditsD-
Bow to use It."
A MONTHLY MAQAZINE DEV-
OTEU TO TM ti USEOF ENOXISff.
JoaejihineTurck Baker, Eijitok.
Partial contents' tor this month;
In EngtiSh (or the Beginner.
'oilrse ia English for the advanced
Pupil.     -,.
iHtl* it9.Tncl(ea'ie ope's. Vocahhlhry.
The''Art 'ol Conversation.
Should and Would: How to Use Them
—t ipntoWclations  (Century Dictionary)
Correct English In the Home
cewtet.gaatfcb. m m» school.
Whal /to Say' and What' Not to Jay.
Course lu Letter Writing and Punclli-
OVK.I! 1,00 ACREB
. un. I.r. ul, iviiiiuu. ...al- 111,,, u.-re.
Stock, iai'iudlng the choicest au d
,ii, li,. for orrhiir.l ninl au-.l- u plaut-
..'.. will .l.-livar aooilh t-. .-u-lonier. In
-.,i„,,,,<„. Iraiul), i».i.l Oar agent,
v-.-i-v ,.,l.„„l„a,- ilia, ilil.fli.e ofTieal-
ll,, Ilai ,1,,-iu.    A,.|.l.v now l..r lelBI*.
Plil.lUM NUHSeRV CI. .T.r'j.tt, 0.1'
Wall, ak ,„-,,iaK,-„a-i,in ,,, l,„ ul „,eUi-V
We llU
Nlirae
Inn, v ,i
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hnve
lll-Mr <
atloa.
ittess'' English   for   the Business
Mao.'        ...  ,.
Compound Words:. How to Write thai
3tudW?th'FEB!gll8V Literature.
Alphabetic List ot Abbreviations.
jMlaVear.  Send W ceils for Saaph
Copy.
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Kiii.T 'EN iv.
Synopsis el Retulattoe. lor djtpossl ot Mln
train an liiiiiiiuiua Uadl in Manitoba, h„ ,|K. u,,u,,, ,,, u„. petitiona ..I It
Iht Northwest Territories sod Ihe Yukon ,., ,.
lerriIur>i i,   Kuwaitis I..-.-,.-, l-i.,,,!, W,  I'e
i',.,i   i„„ii..i„Ki,,.,ji,.-i„,i,iia..-„iii.i'i-r,     lets. Uuj ll. Kirkpatric-k anil    ill
:,.',.„„ ~„l ,„.„.i„a .'.-ul.-i  .u.ii,i,.m.i-.'    S .11    I'halles  llil,l„-ll   iU|.|,e,,   I 1,-1,1 See
aipalu
I'.l.ie and I...1I..1 Sk-vpi-rs. Ituflcl   librari
Cars,  iliakia   Day  Coaches,   11 il   car..
;Mcal. a la Carle.
BBST rtBALS ON WHEELSJj
->   PAST TRAINS   ~%
it East and Wesl Dally —
Special euurslnn raits lo World's l:alr. St.
Luu)..       YOU. SbOlCO nl ri.ulm , JJjafj
Hor rules, fullers iTTTTiTf.. 1T11,Cr >>,1.1>..,I
regiiuling nil"', i„ll >.,, ">■ aililross
1,. G.YEKKEH, II. HAM'T
,i. iv  I', i. I'. I' * T  i
Seattle 7in \V. Rlvofaklo Avo
Wash. spoki,,,,'. Wu.-li.
CRANBROOK   COTTAGE
HOSIMTAL.
niss Thomas, Superintendent.
Graduate  London  FIoBpltnli  England;
Slonne Maternity Hospital Now  York
Members yenrly $111, covering board
•ml nursing In semi-private ward,
Contraut haUyoarly *%.
Contract monthly fl.
. I'i'ivalu wiinl fL'n p»r week, fevering
board tin-l nursing.
Senii-prlvatf wan! $11 per week.
Maternity Work a Specialty
Cranbrook
Livery  S
GEARY & DOYLE
Proprietors
Teams and drivers furnished for any
point in the district,
A. DOYLE, Manager.
I.u) kit) ..
Ml (111.111 ,S»I
. Iglitesn ft
l.l". I,  "III.lie.
I I'.,1.1  lul. I
i rail- «" i
Ullllil.'   li"
Hon '■> ol
Notice is
"flic I'otil  Mini:
Act. '
iltiit   iin
lii-rtl. ^^^^^^^
mentioned parties have lllcd
petitions to ibo Judge «>i this couti
■'i^Si'S,,.'.'".' to ilecido dlaputCB as to iho riShl oi
ur au...-it.i.i.i.i. line ,,, pcosiiccting licenses loi thi
ior n coi.iieftitj   (oiiowliig describeil lands, that is   tu
i'.t
Situate  in   h'usi   Konlcttay  on  tin
easl  Mm- ol Lite  Klatheail  rivet    in:
•l.imu, -M,nm
lupiiuu tliu
rent wiiio mu*. uu tiuitiuit.
iii-uii^iiiBiu if' riven
N. W.   1„ i'\,'i'.ilU li"
|-U,'i), .» I
.\. w. r
Miiiiil.
\ IlKUII
L,.ll    ll
tent)   J
~$j Columbian College •$-
Founded 1892 New Westminster B. C.
Incorporated 1893
. Provides flcbrlBtltin home for 'sttidontB of
until rirxef, nt lumi.TiMi' rnti'M. Huh ii jnv|i-
ttrutor.v i-ltiKH fni'jiiiiit.i'hiiitl.-iiin, doing graded Public School worlt. I'otm High tiioiool
work, confers nil lliiili Stibool privileges, and
prepare". fortancbersextiinlimtlonB. ToucIicb
■dl branches ..f a PRACTICAL DU3INK89
OOURHli, and gives dlplomnB. Ojves n lib-
•Sral udtiuatloii In Its own ■JuIIrkIuI'* loursu,
and in tboLMdlcflCotlflaTcmii'flotor M. B. I,
and lit. I<. A. In Uiilvoroilj work enn take
Htii'lmiiH tli rough thocomplftiti Arm courso,
andthudognjcofU. A.unii Iw obtained from
't'oroiito Ojifvoralty, with wblcli Hin college In
in full itliilulion-   i-'i.r Inller i inution mid
leriiiH write lo
Hev W.J. Slpprcli It. A. it' D. Principal,
or Rev. J. P. Bowel), Bursar
J. M. DERR,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKE.
Repairing Promptly Done.
Footwear to Measure a Specialty
ISuftU
,   Ull
iilsit re
li. iiiiil. M>'
,i.i,i:.i.   Uuy.ayaiiiiurnieuiini
tier ui ui fi'.ii-'ii'ii un in.- ,',i j.i.i ni
•jllMKKI.
il ||vo inn.-s miuli may tu- giiui
iniii'i fur a U'i'iii ni* trtiiiij yearn,
til'lu.
ilielossiT'si'L'lil Is ti.iilini'il Iii tin* iiiliinuri:
il ti.-ii ur liars is tli.* i'ivlr uelyw low iv.ue
,i;i,k, llial lioiiii.liiri In Ifi'liMf-l i.y  ii-, |it,i|tit,i
ii Uu- lit Uii) "I (VuiiUNl i'< ilu* yi-ni-.it Hit- .Iai
f the lease,
i nu it-iiuu slmil liuvi i* ili-eilae lu o|ieriituii
villiUi two yi'.ti*. im,ii Hi. n.ttu ul in,* ihi.hu. .in.
lUU I
ur
ml, .1
lelug Uuu l oiw to a,ouu feci. All nine
I'liiims siiult be m foul squuro.
isuiu inai'ii.-.l Uy iwu .u-jiti |)ustJt OBJ ll
nl, bftiniits iiuili't'A I'.uiiy limit liu "I!
in lim uu mi-s. n tin: malm is wltllll
i-.s ui iiiiiiuw rui'ii.tlui s nlik't). out t'\ii'i
nv.-il  lui' i'iiL-11 iiiiil.iiuiial it'll  uu Us <>
mrson or aumimiiy (taking a uialm liuin
ii.-einitift s ■jiiiiiui'.iiL'.
ni'iiii'ti',' nl ii ii.-ii mini* IB t'iu!tli-il tu i
r i ti. it ieil in length, uuu n mu |.,.n
, ,,i two, i,6im iui-i .iitiu.'u uur, uu mu uu.
iiui'iiiiu loyalty slmli bu uiiargeU, ilu
tiiuinuly ii..i.y.iaiiii,..iii,.
leu fiu.   i.i.y.,1. i at tin- rale ..I ttvu inn
r I'tti m in .rn ui.- raluu ul tuu guul an.ii
>ti i.'.riLijiy iiiliu I'ltitl to Un
(rant ni nun
BU|>UllltG  111,
uifi .mi) uui
iwairuiu'uieYuwiu .
I'utllliltulli'l'.
.Nu free minor shall roco
lluill uut: liltiilliC ulailll un
ureeK or (juleli, imi tin* *..
any iiuiiiiier ul citlum by iiuiuiium, aim u.*i
imaurx may Work tlimr umiuib m partiiersu ,■ b;
tilling uotlou ami imjiua tue ot *i. a viimi
nmy |ie liainl uiiil, i.n.i aiiuiiii'i' iH,i,i,u.-u uu i. -
mime i-ii.-1-K, Hiiit-u ur river, uy utviug uotiee inn
lHtslug a foe.
ft'\jrk must bp done on a claim each year i
tin-
Hide
-.nltiti'ly by Ui
UOtleeS ui the Vukwi uiuami uiwuutj,
i L'lruk'Uiii, - .til im.i|.|'iui n.iii'il Hiimliiii.ii
Liuiils Iii .uiiiiiluba, im; .Nuiiliwi-st l't'ii'li..ri<-s
an.l wiiliiii Uiu Vukun T.-riliury nru oin-U lu
liiicpi-i'tuii; lur I'l'tiuii'iiiii, iiiul lln- liiliilatt'i
may I'L'rii'rvi- r.n an iuitlvliliial ur untiiiiaiiy Hav-
■nu mauliiui-ry uu llm lumi io be iirus,,t)ii,'il, an
in.i.t ni uii auti'M. tjbooltl tlm |iroB|iooior ills
onvi'i' oil lu milium <|ii,iiiil(ii's, mul •Miitiiaiuiirll.v
.'ilitliil.li iiicli UiMitovi'iy, an area iml i-\cu*.-<IIi,k
iiiu acres, tiiuiiuiliii,' tin- uii wed ami ntiitli ullii'i
laml a-i may liutlL'li'iiium-il, will In- sold tu tin-
tlhi'iivururat tlie rate uf Sl.UJ an aero, Sllttji-ul
io royalty m aueh rate as may bn -.jiuuitieii i.j
■mleriii-iioiweil
W. W. I'lUlV
Dopiitvofttio Minister ot Uie intur or
Uept, Interior,
I oil oi Sage creek and from about 5
il ivi.uii. iit.i'.'i. ,„ [j Wuro |lu,..|, „[ thu Inturnalluiul
fSLAwiMMiiw Uoumlary lino. DcscriiHton ol laml
.tuiiuti' ino fee staked by tno aforesaid it. (.!. lid
ui on iiiu .-iiiui I wal,u Lccklo:
Mreoonier in Hun i Cummenciiig al a post on ihe north
ixtwuutRl or paid U-csi bank nl Oil cl'cok, marked "II.
flliirefaeaw 5-Ul. K.Hvanls Lccklo's S. K. t'orui'i,"
' '        adjoining Sir t*. K. Tuppcr's S.  vv,
ytiie Mints,. roi Coniet j>osi; thenco north 80 chains;
llienco west sn chains; thence bouUi
l isii I'luiins; thenco easl su chains lo
I point of commonceincnt, containing
tun acres.
Situate in Kasl Koolcnay on the
east side ol tho l-'lathisul river ou
oil or Sago creek, and from about, 5
io n mill's north of the International
Uoumlary line. Description oi laml
staked by the aforesaid Guy ll. Kirk*
Patrick:'
Commencing at a post on the north
bank ol tlio creek, marked "Cf. II,
Klrkpatrlck's N. tt\ Corner," adjoin
inn -*lt*s. Mi Iv Lane's N. E. cornel
pout; thence south SO chains; * thenci
cast 80 chains; thenco north 80 chains
thenco west 80 chains to point oi
eoiiiiuciiceiuent. containing 0*10 acres
Situate In East Kootenay on tin
east siik- of the Flathead rivet on Oil
or Sap' creek ami from about 5 to 8
mill's north of lhc International
llpiiudary line Description nf Uu
land staked by aforesaid Frank W.
Fetors:
Commencing at a post nn Lho north
wesl bank of Oil creek, marked
"Frank W. Peters' N. E, Corner,'
adjoining ft. Q. Edwards Lccklo's S.
E. corner '.post; thence south 80
elinlns; thence west 80 chains; thenci
north 80 chains; thenco easl 80
chains to point <»r commencement,
containing 010 acres.
Situate in East Kootenay on thi
oast side of the Flathead river un oil
or Sane creek and from abouj 5 to S
miles north of the International
Boundary lino. Description of land
staked by aforesaid Sir Charles Hih
licit Tupper;
Commencing al a posl on the north
wosl bank of Oil creek, marked "Sii
C, 11. Topper's Corner," adjoining
Fred Peters' N. ff. cornet post
thence north sn chains, thenco easi
80 chains; thence south 80 chain.*.;
thence west mi chains lo the point ol
commencement, con iai nine; 0i0 acres,
Notice i.s hereby given thai His
Honor Judge Form by order dated
Kebniaiy 83rd 1005, has ordered
ihat nny person Interested In tin
subject matter of said petitions, ■ i
having any objections lo the prayei
ol Raid petitions bring granted, sha'l
on or before the Isl day of May
1005. file with lhe registrar of sa.ul
court at Cranbrook a petition oi
statement; setting forth his claim ni
the ground of his said objections antl
verily the same under oath.
And Ihe said judge has further or-
red that a copy of saitl petitions
shall he forwarded to any party interested by said petitioners or their
solicitors on application being madt
therefor    to   the    registrar of    said
cuui't ai. Cranhruok.
Daied   Ilk- -till d.n   ol   March,   11105.
Tuppci a Griftllh,
Vancouver,
Solicitors for Petitioners.
.1. I-*. Armstrong,
Cranbrook,
in Uugisirai
NOTICE.
Sixty davs allei date 1 Intend It
apply to lite Chlel Commissioner u
Lands and Works, at Vlctotla, it. C.
tot the privilege oi Diitting and eat
tying away tlmbot Itopi the follow
ing iii'MTilied lands near Mayook sts
i.iou,  Koolcnay district:
Commencing ai a post 120 chain
joulh oi ibe siitiilii-asi cornet ol I kit
ry Arnold's pre-emption, tbunce K
.'haiiis west, tlioiice 8o chains soutl
thenco m» chains t-asi, thenco ;-
chains north  to  the place of begin
NOTICE,
Sixty days after dale l Intend
npply to the Chlel Commissioner
Lauds    and    Works  a!   \ ictorla,     io
purchase    tho     loi I owing    desci Ibml
lands iu South Kasl Kootenay;
Coiiimeiiclng   at   a  post   pl.intt'd  i I: (••
the   MHitheasl   cornet   of     lot TOO   '
thence   north 8U chants,  Llience oa
JO   chains,     Ibeut-e    south   8(1  egalll
thoncc west -u chains Lo place ol '-
ginning,
liainl   ibis 30th day »r Decombr
imn.
n 01 V. v. Davis.
BXAMQffi OUR (MODS
Before ordering a new Suit of
Clothes, BecttDse we know we ran
pti'ii.st* you. Our oieosuremeuta
are correct, our styles proper nnd
our prices pleasing,
r
Vmi will lu- astonished how much
your uppeurouce will be improved
by wearing Clothes Mude to < )nler.
Ih.n't iiiako ii iiioiuitiiiii oE a molehill by tliiiikiuu that Coilt nut! Vt-st
made to order wlU !»■ too expen
sivt- for you to wear.
Leask »5c Henderson
..••••• ....
I'lanliluuk,  .l.ii.u.uy :i„,   lllll.",.
■11-51 Cliio,  Kouli'
Stuck Quotations.
Fiirnislitil I.v it, nl,.. .
ii-iiki rn. C'riiubiixil; li. C,
It. la.a-l,.-	
N'.irll,  Slur	
International I'onl nnil I'oke	
IV -i ,,li;,'.'ll' I„„.j.
Kiwi
■ Wu
•THE SliiNING MARK AND THt
MtNiNti SHARK"
IJ Cranbrook
I Hotel SS
THE MATTEK OK THE KS'»!
ATI: OF THOMAS KENNEDY,! tt
(IuchIs Comfort I Specially
Ootid Slablinx in Cnnnaliun
LATE   OF     i KANBROUK,     DE
CEASED, INTESTATE.
Notice Is hereby given, pursuant t.
Neatest to rallmnd nn.l dopot.    Has >.< coinutrHla-
ii.int. im tin- |iiiiiiu  uiiriitiiil1-.il in Crantirook,
       hcteby gl   	
ilu- trustees and executors act
that all creditors and others having
claims against tho estate of the said
Thomas Kennedy, who died at dan
brook on the it ih da\ ol June, A. D
imn, an* required beroto the tsi day
ol May, A. I), l!Ml.*>, to send by post
prepaid or deliver to lhe undersigned
llcltors for Bridget Kennedy, administratrix of said estate, .it Cranbrook, U. C, tlieir olirisiian nami s
and surnames, addtossos and descriptions, ihe full particulars ol theh
claims ami iht* nature of Uu* security,
il any, held by them.
And further take notice that after
the last mentioned dale ilu
Iloggartlt & Rollins;
::
llm ami Cold itjiii-
, & Rollins; |
l','ii|irl.-liiis      Jj
9 m^mEmiims&MM!imEmMSMMMm^
When you visit C ran brook stop at the
1
ROYAL HOTEL 1
trlx will proceed to distribute the
sets of the said decease*;! among    tl
None Better In the* District
Rates Si and up.   am"rl Orders and Oysters""
servtiil in any style from ti p, m, to 6 a. in,
I
V
parties pntltlwl thereto, having regard   fl
tn lAAiAA Ztt tl! fl        The tabic is th, bob thi r„n, arc unsurpasiei for clean
nut In- liable for tlio said assets   uf 9 I'm™ *n* comfort ant the bir.is supplied with the best brand f—
ggogS f£K I of '^'"s "nd "^'      L B. VANDELAR. Prop.        |
uut it	
ittitg tii.,i niiiii im*. boon uouc urns, bi'
null \fitr; if not, tin* tiinini mntli lie
bi'iiii,iutli.iii'il,atitl I'l't-ii IUuccU|iUtlotl
ml s nl ,1 uliiiiil may b(j itn.llieil ni.
sin M-y uiaittiiinil iniblkliinn
TIMBERLANDS
FOR SALE OF 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"tonus, unipa and further particulars apply tu tlir, following
local land agents:
\*. Hyilo'Biiki.'r, Orunlirook,'B. C,    E, Mallondaine, Jr., Creslnn, B. C,
I, H. Wilson, Wardner, B. C, H. & M. Bird, Nelson, B. O,
R. K. Bruce, Wilmer, B. C,
Or to
J. 5. DENNIS,
British Columbia Land Commissioner,
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
Calgary, Alberta
Hutchison & Black, Broke
rs,
Cranbrook, it. C.
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Brock.
Papei
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With   RllOli   IllUSiC,   belli
triimental.
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$88,850,000 IN  Dl\ IDENDS.
Calumet A llccla (Michigan) lia
declared a dividend ol $10 per slur
and $.") extra, calling for a disburse
inont uf $1,500,000. 'This will make a
total oi $8B,850,000 rccelvnl in dividends by the stockholders ot this
company. Total amount paid in ' \
original stockholders was only $1,-
200,000. The coinpanj 's precetllng
dividends were -Sin each, li is estimated thai the company is carrying
a cash surplus at present amounting
to $05 per share, lis earnings on
the present I5£ cent copper market
must be at the rale til $05 per share
annually.
■i.s it Harvey A McCarter,
■Solicit,us lor Administratrix.
NOTICE.
L CLAPP W, ROLLINS &
Sixty days alter date I hereby in
lend to apply to the Chief I'uiiiiiu
sinner ui Lands and Works at Vici i-
ria, tl. C, lot the privilege of eui-. ....
ting ami carrying away timber from -^j
the following described lands near -ij
.Mayook station,  Kootenay district:      ffi
Commencing al  the northwosl cor-  |
net of W. Ij. Darling's timlier lease  i!
No. 4170, Chtnka creek, .South   Ea.it _
Kootenay,    thence    west 80 chains,  s*,
llience   south 80 chains,  thence oast) 3y
mi chains,  thence north Sli chains t
the place oi commencement. I ra
Cranbiook, 11. C, Feb. 3, 1005,        ^
15-5t Ocorge Kennedy.   | -gj
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NOTICE.
Sixty days after dale I hereby Intend lo apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and U'oiks at Victoria, It. C, for the privilege of cutting and carrying away timber from
the following described lands neat
Mayook station,  Kootenay dislriel.:   j
Commencing at a post planted 200
chains south of the southeast corner
nf Harry Arnold's pre-emption,
thence 80 chains west, thence SO
chains south, thence so chains east,
thence so chains north to the plaoo
of beginning.
CranbrooK, Janitarv .'id, 1005
■11-51 alary Kennedy.
The Wentworth
Clapp & Rollins,
The New Managers,
Drop in and see us any time.    We are on deck 25 hours |
out of lhe 24 N
ainaaiaimi.
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ROYAL HOTEL
....MARYSVILLE, B. C.
The Pioneer Hotel of the St. Marys Valley.
ftbe Derail
office is equipped
for doing
the best class of
Job Worh
and at prices
that should keep
all such work
In dranbrooh
( Comfortable rooms.   Satisfactory dinin? room service, and the K
best ot everything at the bar. S
! WHEN YOU COME TO MARYSVILLE STOP AT THE ROYAL J;
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Take   notice   that   we,    Finch ft f FRED   DREW,
J.mi's, intcnil tu apply to tho hoard  I
,il license commissioners for thopran- fi*«.a**a-«ia339.flaa3fl!6fi9iSS
tirook district,  al  llie first  mediim1 '"'	
held thirty days after llie first pulil
.*.'.'       Proprietor. |
i i 9.-BSJ 5i:-3-5« 99 **Mr3S4SSSlS'>SB
caliuu ol tliis notice, fur a transfer: j*^- v -i.' m^'V .*-''' .-^'aV'-aw' ^'w-'mL'vV.'M.'.^. '
from „s to Alexander V, ('lienettc of'.:,
the license for the Falls View hotel, X
situate nl the town of Marysville,     '»
Dated this 17th day of January,
U. 19115.
41-tt
Finch A Jones.
William Gordon
MINERAL  ACT.
CERTIFICATE   OF  IMPROVEMENTS'.
NOTICE.
"Emma Fraction" mineral claim,
situate in tlie Fort Steels Mining Di-
vision of East Kootenay District.
Whoro locator!: Sullivan lllll.
Take notice tli.il I, William J, Lang-
icy, free minor's csrllfloata I17:i!|u.
nctiiijr f,.r inysoll nml agent lor J„d-
sun H. 1,'angley, free iniiier's ci'ilili-
cato H73U1, Alidlew .1. Devlin, flee
minor's certificate 117-1113, Charles
('. Fiirrell, free miner's I'erlifii'.ile
B0D575, Waller 11. Hiin'hctt, free mi-
llOt's C'l'lilieale B734B1. ladlviii ('.
smiii,, Iree miner's certlflcalo ll7.'i-17ii
and liolirrl I,. T. tlnlliriiilh, free „i
ner's cerlilii'iile No, 117:11,11, iiilen.l|
sixty days from dale hereof, lo i.|,-|
ply '!„ thi' ininiiig recorder for a ,ti'-
klflcnto of Iniprnii',,,eiils, for tlio |i„r-
posu of obtaining a crown granl ol
each „l ll,o above olalms,
And Inill,,',' Inke nolleo Hint ni'li'.i,
under seel ion 87 must lie cotiiiiioticeii
liefi'ie lho Issuance ol such certificate
nl Improvements,
Dated 11,1s 37th ilnv ol February,
-\. Il   1005.
-m-!ii ff, .1. I.angloy,
TIMBER NOTICE.
Notice is lioroby given Ihnt thirty
diivs lifter dale l' inleml In apply  I..
lhe Chief Commissi r of I.mils anil
Works, Victoria, for a special license
In cut and carry away tin,Iter from
llie following described land in South
East Kootenay District:
Commencing 20 chains oast of the
Intersection of' Ihe north fork of Michel crook and tho northern hnundarv
of I.ol 4588, (I. I., Ihi-iici! east sil
chains, thence nurlh nil chains, thence
west 8U chains, thenco .south 8,1
chains lo point of commonebment,
Dated nib January, 111115.
■ili-rit ' M, MoCrtmmon.
FOR SALE.
Eggs   for   hatching   (nun spocf illy
mated    white   Plymouth   Rocks    ol
Hazlowood    strain    that    took   the
sweepstake prize in Chicago in 11)01,
Eggs for hatching $2 per setting-
Victor Carr,
H-eow-3t Crcston, il, O,
AUDITOR AND
ACCOUNTANT
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CRANBROOK |
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We wi.ulil ilraw your attention to the fact
that we are specially provided for Lent. Having all kinds of Presh and Sail Pish on hand.
Call and see our slock.
CALGARY CATTLE CO.
STRONC
SIl£NTft,i^So:«S!'EEDY
Purchase Price $3.00 a month
Allowance made for old machine
BEE
ARNOLD Sr ROBERTS
THE PLACE
TO BUY...
Doyou want a Stove? Doyou
want Boots or Shoes? Do you
want Bargains where New
Goods are arriving; daily ?
Then come to my store.
LEROYSAGE
J. (i. CUMMINOS
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
FERNIE THB   CHANBBOOK   HEKALD
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Reid's for!
Millinery;
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Advanced spring styles}
in Ready-to-Wear Hats !
♦ now on display in our Millinery Dept.
Ladies' Straw Hals in all shades and styles, raii|{iiiK ',
\
Children's while Silk mid Muslin lams and Hoods, i
in price from 50c to % 50.
prices from 40c lo $o SO.
, Miss Neads, late of Murphy & Co.'s. Ottawa, will {
| have charge oi our Milliner*, lleparliiieul Ihis season, and {
\ is expected to arrive the latter part oi this week. {
REID & CO.
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Fish Foods
.1 codfish, "Halifax" and "Acadi
codfish have succeeded in  enct
Tish Eating' Habit
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The real codt'sh, "Halifax" and "Acadia" brands ol
prepared codfish have succeeded in  encouraging   the
as no other form of fish has ever succeeded.
PURE BONELESS COD-FISH STEAKS, PURE BONE,
LESS SHREDDED COD-FISH, KIPPERED GOLD EYES-
FINNAN HADDY.
G. T. ROGERS
FANCY AND STAPLE QROCEKIES AND CROCKERY
CRANBROOK, B. C.
"WILGA" BOARDING HOUSE
For the best cook in Cranbrook . "The Wilga"
For the best served meal "The Wilga"
For the nicest dining room .... "The Wilga"
For the best attendance "The Wilga"
 Special Terms (or Business People	
THE "WILGA" DINING ROOM, ARMSTRONG   VENUE
Physicians' Prescriptions
and family Recipes
DISPENSED WITH
 Accuracy
 Promptness
 Purest Drugs
C. E. REID is CO.
DRUQQISTS     'Phone 7t      STATIONERS
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W*t>**9.Gt99t1>'b.9<iM9.4tit01i9i
% When Vnu Buy Liquor
Wi> tiro in ri't'ri|.
It is |,,,r,'. lius lln
Bt tin- lliiiiK'-   We sell
ABOVE ALL OTHERS
flor be Bahama
..Cigars..
The miininc alw.v. Iiear th. llg-
nature, Joe. Caese, on ih' box.
ln.t.1 on getting llie genuine. Foi
Bale al all lintels.
WHOLESALE
I A.C. BOWNESS
Cranbrook, B. C.
« t-e-t-c**««-*6e-tIMMt*e t
K
Burlington, Ont.,   brand
ol canned goods, packed
fresh from the field.
Strictly   first-class
and   unequalled
in   natural
tlavor.
jallUGH STEWART.*
PHONING    I.      ..H.I.J.SIV,
LOCAL NOTFS
Picked Up About the City   by  Aiklif
<jM»Uou uf IHiuy  People.
Read Morrow r&McFarlane's ad.
Spring styles iu ready-to-wear 1 a's
ut Keid A Oo.'s.
C, M. Edwards is confine in the
house liy illness.
W.. F. (lurd und wife returned from
the coast last Sunday.
.1. A. Harvey returned last Sunday
froin his trip tu the coast.
Hoss Tate made a trip up the line
last Week as far as Michel.
Wanted, a live or .six room house,
to rent.   Apply to the Herald olliee.
Joseph Stephens, of the Australian
hotel al Morrisscy, was iu town today t
Mr. aud Mrs. M. .J. MePeak of Sirdar, spent several days iu town this
week.
Have you seen those bargains In
pearl jewelry at Tate's.
The Watts A Co. lumber company
have a big pile of logs at theirmill
ready for cutting.
The postoflice will be moved to lhe
new     loeation In Mr. . Templeton
new store building next Saturday.
Cottage for
Apply
Messrs. Wales and Parsons have
sold their ranch near lown to William Grant. Beale A KI well made t lu*
sale.
Mr. Agncw, of the North Star
Lumber company has returned from
a trip tu Brandon and other eastern
points.
head wear  tot -inlil
New garden seeds at Fink Uros.
Last  Wednesday  was  t.ie  beginning
of Lent.
E. 1). Hill aud wile, of Movie were
town today.
For sale, an iueubator and broode]
M. Finaiss-
R. Fiaser, of Foi t Sjggjg wn   In
town un Wednesday.
P. Wood and family. Cherry Creek,
spent  today in CiaiiLilook.
Harry Thuim-y, ol  Klmberley,  wu
Cranbrook visiioi Ibis week
Ui.   Watt,   of Foil Steele, Was   a
Cranbrook visum last Tuesda)
\. M. litmus, a Bcbool teachel  ol
Fernie, wa*. in town ia-.i  Saturday.
See Hi-id    &    Co.'B new   suiU     ..:
dies.
Don't lorget that 'Uu- *> la lhe
place lor batgaiiis in pearl jewelry.
A   B, Trite*,   ol   the   Tritea-Wuod
impaoy ol Ferule, was in town la&i
Friday '
Hairy Drew, .,1 the North Stai bo
tel, Klmberley, was lu town several
ys  this week.
j   it  Downu has returned fiumlis
rem.   (15 per month.
Arnold a Rou-jrt
Spring
Reid iv Co.'s
] Now is a good lime to look aft
your hack yard. The back yard is
good way lo judge of what a man
does around home.
u ip
Rooms
.John l.t
uiililitd
lu  Mis
19-H
a I   Aid
ely
iital
the
, was
New garden seedee seeds.
Fink Bros
A w McVittie arrived iH'i" Nelson on Wednesday to resume charge
ol his surveying office in Cranbroak
Mr. McVittie is a pioneer in Kasl
Kootenay ami knows every piece ol
property u, the district, and bis ability as a surveyor will keep Mm busv
ForSale—Plymouth Rock thoroughbred hens anil roosters uml settings
irom pun* brown Leghorns, it is
economy to buy ihe best A C
Plggott.
Mi     Uu,i,I!'
■.   nf   the Wilga, has
eased the bo
se adjoining his place
if Mrs. Odell
.mil will connect    the
two   Willi      a
covered passage   Thla
gives  tills  pnpul.ii   InMliilliii hi.use .un-
ill-   luiiili     [ol
the guests sn thai  in
the future the
e will in* im more com-
plaint  iti   iin*.
direction.
Suite "1 six
rooms for renl In eeu
tri ui   town.
Rent    S2(J pei  mont i
Apply
Arnold Jtltoberti
Within a few
weeks active wmk will
Ltejcin on ilu- i
■w building i«n  the t'..
idiliui.    Bank
ui Commerce on    ihe
iroperty odjnl
dug the Herald office
llie   plans   and
spec! flea tiotia .in-   all
eady  ami  as
■oon as a few details
NOW OPENING!
A largo coiistRiiitiHnt nf
Wont has been received  from Ler
Sage, who is still in the hospital at
Spokane, that   he   is still very low,
but with hopes uf recovery.
Anyone wishing to putchase any
Cranbrook Brewery stock apply to
Box "U" Cranbrook.
A. C, Bowness aim Fred Oeiler
went to Klmberley last Sunday on a
speeder. Tliey both agree that the
next time they will walk rather than
pump a speeder over those hills.
Au eight-foot sidewalk will he
built from the Catholic church north
to Baker street. This will give the
people living uu the hill a chance to
cut across to the postoflice in its
new location.
Furnished aud unfurnished rooms
rooms to rent.   Apply to
Hugh Stewart,
Fruits and Confectionery,
Phone 7& Armstrong Avenue,
Most of the ministers in the Protestant churches of Cranbrook devoted a poll ion of their sermons last
Sunday to the separate school clause
in the Autonomy bill for the Territories.
John McNeil, Jim Hickman and J
McDonald, who have been working all
| winter on the old Rldgeway tunnel
on the upper Moyie, are making their
cleanup ihis week and it is reported
that  they Will make a good showing.
The "Wilga" having leased Mrs.
Odell*8 house 1 have now added sewn
more bedrooms to the "Wilga" establishment. Early applications for
rooms are necessary as three are al-!
ready taken for a long period.
S. (i. Hoadloy.
Rev. Bast Ian, tho successor ol Hev.
Beat-ham as rector of Christ church,
arrived last week and preached his
first sermon last Sunday morning.
Mr. Bastlan is accompanied by his
wife aud (or tlie present they have
rooms at the Wilga.
Spokane and la ni
home by Illness
iu   lent.   Apph
ask,
The  Ladies   Hoapi
have decided  lu huld  ll:
pital   ball   >m   Kaslei   Monday.
A. Q. Wright, engineer loi
Crows Nest Pass Coal company
in town last Sunday.
Now is youi time for bargains iu
pearl jeweliy. We siill have a i'ew
pieces.   Tate, the jeweler
Contractor Hunter shipped the
cross arms for the Fcrnie telephone
company last Monday and Tuesday,
George 11. Williams, ot the Great
Northern railway, was in town un
business (or liis company last Saturday.
William Stewart of the Cosmopkll-
tan hotel, has been confined to his
room by illness several days this
week.
Out customers are satisfied with
our furnaces and with our way ot uo-
ing business.
Patmore Bios.
Mr. Nicderstadt, manager ol lhc
Moyie brewery, and Mr, Milt/., manager of the Fertile brewery were iu
town today.
Archie Smith, bookkeeper foe the
Kasl Kootenay Lumber company, is
quite sick at the St. Eugene hospital this week.
Dave Griffith and wife returned on
Tuesday from the coast. Mr. Griffith had a good visit with his uld
friend, William Fernie.
Dan Alton, after a trip all around
the country from Cranbrook to ihe
coast and as far east as Winnipeg,
returned today for a few days at
home.
Furnished rooms with use of kitchen.   Central.   Apply to Herald.
K. E. Orchard, of Blairmore, is in
town with a brother. Mr. Orchard
has been ill for the past few months
and has spent most of ihetimeiu Dll-
luih, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs McMuiphy, of Ward-
tr were in town last Saturday and
Sunday. Mr. McMuiphy is the bookkeeper for the Breckinridge A Lund
contracting firm.
At the Sunday evening service in
the Baptist church the pastor will
speak on the subject, "A Robe ol
Power." All are cordially invited,
especially young people.
Just unloaded a car of apples.
Fink Bros,
W. D. Hill A Co. will pay $1 to the
first boy between the age of 0 and 10
years of age who enters the front
door of their gents' furnishing department after 10 o'clock next Saturday morning.
Frank Dickinson is enjoying a visit
from his brother of Oregon, whom
he bad not seen for about ten years.
Phillip Braull, of Winnipeg, is flatting his brother, Joseph BraUlt, ol
the Canadian hotel.
are-arranged bids will he aski-d i*
This buildup will hi- of htirk with
stone faciiii*. and will in* an ornament
toihe street.
When tbe farmer wants a bountiful
harvest In- ts particular to sow go>rl
seed Same iu the heating business.
The dealei who wants to reap the
greatest rewards must sell a thoroughly dependable apparatus. Out
stand-hy is ihe Sunshine Furnace,
"The Best Ever."
Patmore Bros
J. w Fen ton, for a number ol
years timber inspector for the C. P.
H. in this district, has resigned 'us
position to accent the position of general manager or the East Kootenay
Lumber company, acting with Mr. A.
Leilch, who is president ami managing director. -Mr. Kenton is a lumberman uf long years experience and
he will prove a valuable acquisition
to   this  large company.
Fresh garden seeds at Fink Bros.
The first map engraved in Canada
by llie wax process comes from the
Slovel Company, of Winnipeg. It is
a mail of Manitoba, in eight attractive colors and shows every postoflice
and railway station in the province.
The details ate all very legible and
beautiful, To add to its value as a
vest pocket convenience, it has a
complete alphabetical index, enabling
one to lind any place on the map in
a moment. It is sold at theiiomiiial
price- of 111 teen cents.
ForSale—One billiard table in Fort
Steele, in good condition, (200. -\|i
ply Herald olliee.
Time is the Test of All Things
and the ever increasing popularity of
which holds its own against all rivals, is
the mosl genuine proof of its worth.
It must needs be a good thing that it can withstand
the immense pressure of uprising competition and yet de-
ly comparison. Small marvel, therefore, that within the
flight ot a few months, MORROW & McFARLANE,
who arc the SOLE AGENTS for this famous clothing
in Cranbrook, have twice doubled their volume of trade.
If you want a suit for summer don't fail to see this
greal line of unfinished goods, which can in a few min-
ites be completed to your exact measurements.
MORROW 4.  MTARLANE
CRUNBFIOOK, B. C. SOLE AOCNTS FOR BIG HORN OVERALLS
A Few of the Lines We Carry
Dining Suits
Parlor Suits
Bedroom Suits
Fanoy Curtains tut eu-st price)
Curtain Stretchers i slmulil bave o,ne i
Hull ami Hut Racks (the latest)
Hall Mirrors
Parlor nnil Dining Titbit.**
Linoleums (now stock)
Carpets (cost price)
Pictures (prices right)
Kaiii'y Poles and Trimmings
ranoy Lumps
Pinnos ami Organs
Macconnell <H Gillis
Furniture MerchantsvUndertakers
K. A. M-iccoritif.il i J. A. Glltli
LICENSE    COMMISSION    MEETS.
The license commission met today
iu Cranbrook, Ed Hill oi Movie,
Walter Edwards ami Al Doyle, oi
Cranbrook, members, were present
with Chief inspector MeMullin, uf
Fcrnie. There were three new applications, H. Chenette, fur Fort Steele
Junction, und J. S. Carrol and W.
Forsyth, for Klmberley. All three
were refused. In the application tor
Fort Steele Junction there were protests from the lumber companies located there, In the Kimberley applications the board held Ihat there
was no demand fur any additional
hotels there at this time.
A   DAGO STABBING   AFFRAY.
Lasl Sunday evening two Italians
had some trouble uu Uie station plat
form but were finally separated,
One of the men, and tlie one who
seemed anxious to avoid trouble, left
and went up to the Manitoba hotel,
where he has a room, lie went into
the olliee and started to write a letter when G. Kiomeno, liis antagonist, came iu With three or four more
and ottered io make it all up und
said they would all have something.
Smith saitl thai lie would lake a cigar and after gelling it returned to
llie table uud resumed writing, and
Immediately Floinetio rushed at him
and drove a knife into his left side
just below ihe heart, and then made
his escape. Smith was taken to the
hospital and au eflort made by the
police to find the other man, but with
out success, and up to the present
time he has nut been located. The
wound did nol prove serious and the
man was out today and in very good
shape.
il.,T-'..t..*.. *..* t. T ..T<. '..1.. f.. T. ilaJaJ «J—T»f—1
A practical demonstration of the value of
Accident Insurance
PERSONAL   ACCIDENT
J $111,43 Feb. 28fli., 1906,
I hereby acknowledge to liave this day received froni
The Uiimioi, of Canada Guarantee & Accident Com.
puny, the sum of one hundred and eleven dollars and
forty three cuts, being payment in full of claims for indemnity under said Company's policy no, 9232 with respect to accidental injuries received by me on the 21st
day of Di'i'einlier, 1904, and I hereby acquit and dis-
cliarL;,-' tlie suiil Company from all claims under the
said policy by reason of said accident.
(Signed) J. S. Shaver, claimant
} Spanish Wines
Port and
Sherry...
I
A. I.. McDERMOT
Wholesale Wines, (.It-iium and Cltfrs
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Reid A Co. for latest styles iu
ready-to-wear hats.
W. D. Hill A Co. will pay U to ihe
first boy lietweeu the age of a and 16
years of age who enters the front
door of their gents' furnishing department after 10 o'clock next Saturday morning.
Wanted—Position as purler, kitchen boy or dishwasher at hotel.
R.  Ynmashiga,
Care Saratoga Restaurant.
W. D. Hill A Co. Will pay tl to the
first boy between the age of "i and tu
years of age who enters tho front
door of their gents' furnishing department after 10 o'clock next Saturday morning.
W. D. Hill A Co. wll! pay $1 to Ihe
first boy between the age of 5 and 16
years of age who enters the froni
door of their gents' furnishing department after 10 o'clock next Sat-
HAROLD NELSON.
The Harold Nelson company gave a
most pleasing presentation of *Taul
Kauvar" at Wentworth hall last Saturday evening. The hall was crowded to its fullest capacity with an enthusiastic and appreciative audience.
The character of *'Kauvar'.' seems lo
fit the artistic capabilities uf Mr.
Nelson, while the work of Clifford
Lane Bruce as "Marquis DeVaux1
was extremely good. Miss Scott, a
"Diane De Beaumont" proved much
greater favorite than ever, and that
prince of comedians, William Yule
gave the people the price uf admission in his laughable delineation of
the character of "Dodolphe Putin
The balance of the companv left
nothing undone to complete the success of the work of the evening. The
audience were pleased and were not
loath to show ii, and the people generally agree that lliis will piuve'otie
of Mr. Nelson's strongest plays.
11 This company is noted for its prompt and business-like ;
! methods in dealing with claims and its policies are the [
$ MOST LIBERAL offered to the insuring public.
INSURANCE THAT  INSURES
FREEDOM  FROM TECHNICALITIES
For riles sad further particulars kc
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
I Phone 99     -    DISTRICT AGENTS Cranbrook
I urday morning
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Drain have returned   from   tlieir   extended   bridal ,Ahe.  "Sunshine   Furnace"  is   che
highest  type of home  heating apparatus.
tour to   California and are now ;o-
' cated   at   Maclcod.   Mr. Drain spent
' several days In Cranbrook this week
Patmore Bros.
and    received    many congratulations
from his friends. ■
Want to know of any houses far
sale on easy terms in Cranhrook; apply P. O. Box 112. Cranbrook, B. C.
l^"*^^-!>L""m>i.«v^«M^JtInI'   Visitors   staying   at   the "Wilga"
this week: Rev. Bastian, Mrs. Bastlan, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Staples, Miss
Staples, Miss Proctor, Mrs. Brock,
Miss Cosedge, Miss Willmot, Mr,
Brymner, Mr. Dickson, Mr. Dunbar,
As soon as the smelter at Marys- m Fosteri Mr K Mol!ati D Palm.
ville blows in it will be necessary to er 0 Weston,
put on a daily service on the Marysville branch, and the people are pray- Wanted a commission as travelling
ing that sufficient accommodation will salesman for a reliable Kootenay
r> ...      flmi by   a    lumberman   with seven
STOCK TAKING OVER
we inr a^nin ready to wait on our customers. Our Spring Goods are arriving almost every day. Have yii had a look at our ladies'glove fating shoes and the
Amherst shoes for men with solid soleB.corue in and examine them. We have one
0ut tolel you see that there is no tiling of leather chips, yes and brown paper ii to
flen used in cheap goods.
llur groceries uie complete in all lines, we are now offering good apples al 11.75
a box.
lours truiy,
MANNING & S1DDONS
WERE RIVALS IN LOVE
Two men named Chabeneau and
Delaney seem to have been rivals for |
the affections of a woman named .Mis.
Lounsbury, who lives in the southwest pari of the town. Last Sunday
night both met at the woman's home
and a row resulted and in consequence Delaney wus badly cut on one
of his hunds. The police were notified and Chabeneau was arrested aud
lined lor assault.
THK KOOTENAY GOLF CLUB OF
CRANBROOK.
The annual meeting of the Kootenay Goll Club will be held iu the Masonic hall on Friday evening, the IOth
March, at 8:00 o'clock sharp. All
members and those who wish to become members are requested to attend.
>t**i**i**$*i**t****»x**i**i**t*^
Sprins Clothing for the Boys
Comtnencihg to-day. ive will offer to the people of C'ntn-
brouk JUKI boy's suits at the exact wholesale price. This line-
will be onr specialty for tlie week. Imagine, we will i(ive ymi
a Imy's suit for 11.00, Hut. for *2.."ill we will nive you a suit
well worth $5.00   Ask to be shown these lines.
We will give In eath $1.00 to the first boy who
enters our ltore after lOo'eloekSaturdaymornlng.
H1U & CO.
CRANBROOK'S   GREATEST   STORE
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be Blvm lhc passengers so that they ye.r8.-experience on the road. Onlv
can get sopi. teturo lor tbe fare good firms need reply. Address
daid. : "Salesman," cars Craabrook Herald.
To the Citizens of Cranbrook
ST. PATRICK'S NIGHT.
A grand concert will be given in
Wentworth hall on Friday evening,
March 17th, consisting ol an orchestra, songs, readings and dancing.
HOCKEY.
On Tuesday night Rat Portage licit
Ottawa by a score ul 'i lo 9. Tonight Ottawa won by a score of 4.
to 2. |
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Take notice that we have made arrangements
with MaSNinq & Sinuoss, of Cranbrook. to have the
exclusive agency of our famous Marigold Tea. We
advise all lovers of fine Ceylou to try a package, as
are convinced after usinp; ,t once you will have no
other. Respectfully yours.
Thorne & Co. - Vancouver
mw
1 THE   CUAMIltOOlt   HEU.YLl.
..DRINK..
CRANBROOK BEER
Made from the best malt and purest water, it is
-.celled for quality.   Ash for Cranbrooh
Deerand insist on having' it.
unexc
The Cranbrook Brewing ® MaJtii\£ Co. Ltd.
Also Manufacturers of a.11 kinds of Aerated Wa.ters.
CRANBROOK. *   *   *   British Columbia
J. E. Stephens,
II I.. Stephens.
M. Recluadorf
J. LSWMB,
Morrissey Mines is still
turning mil its usual quota
of coal. The big Alexandra
hotel is still the best conducted hotel in Cast Kootenay. Your money's worth
at all times.
THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL,
Stephen. Bro.. ft Co., Owner! lad Pr.prlc.erf,
Morrissey Mines, B. t.
H. L. Slephtos
J. li. Stephens
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 *# jt dt *se
THE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL
THE Bid WHITE HOTEL.
Slcpheai Bros., Owner, and Proprietors,
Morrissey Junction, B. C.
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Railway Men Attention!
Accident ami Sioknt'ss Insurance, with the
premium payable in quarterly Installments,
is tho latest development of modern insurance, especially when the rates nre ns low
ns the lowest nnr] the company as strong us
as tlie 'strongest. •■:::::::
We hnve it.   Of course its
Hutchison & Black
The People's Brokers
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Phone) IV P. O. Box 74
ffl
EED GRAIN * *
We have a carload of Seed Wheat
and a carload of Seed Oats In transit, (let our samples and quotations before buying elsewhere :
HARRIS BROS., Meat Market
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO/1PANY OF
EAST KOOTENAY, Limited
i Now being incorporated, Capital $10,000
PROVISIONAL  DIRBCTORSl-Joks Lee.k. I. Clapp. j. Br.alt. W. Eawirgl. S.
Harnllirdl, U. S. Baron, B. Utile, 0. QoilfCHl Secrllary, A. tl. Black,
Thin local investment and loan rompany lias Ih'i-ii  floated   iih a
|| people's company, by the people, (or tho people.
Shares $1.00 each Cash, or on the Monthly Payment Plan
Hutchison & Black   Sole Agents
'Phone 119
Iboulil   lie   ,
every two years.
The eyes change. Classes
exactly right last year may be
injurious now. Whether you
wear giasse. or not your eyes
ahoulil be examined at least
once every Iwo years. We are
eye expert,, We can afford you
perfect sigltf.
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...Manitoba HoteL
(Under New Management)
D. A. McDONALD, Hanager
Th'" Hotel is in the center of town. The rooms we
I comfortable and well furnished, the dining room is first-
; class, and the bar is supplied with the best. When you
! want a good place to stop come to the Manitoba. \
WE GIVE VOU VOUR MONEY'S WORTH
When You     ,
Clean House j
Bring your curtains and
carpets to us for washing.
We make a specialty of wash-
Ing l'. P. It.overalls.
No Chinamen employed
Crows Nest
Steam Laundry
SLATER & McNM, Proprietors
THERE
WILL BE
various kinds of Jot; Work
wauttitl this wipter, To j#.it it
done promptly and right see
James Greer
Contractor and Builder
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news  or the:
DISTRICT Kr     1
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*a««»*B»t«l«Ktt*M«*aiie*«»M
Taken
From
East
Kootenay
Papers.
1
KERN IE.
(From the Free Press.)
A  mutlslitle came tlowii on  tlie (J.
N. R. lucks at tin* Foss ami Mat*-
Donnell   gurabo   cut four miles Irom WMk by constable   Ron Ui loi
tilt; city last evening about ti o'clock
Throe work trains which have been
engaged on this piece of work fm* a
lew days past wero at once put to
work to pleat the track and hy 1
o'clock tins morning tin- job was
ample ted. Almost before tbo men
luui llivii backs turned another slide
larger    titan    tlu*    J'lt'st   came down,
blocking traffic moil* olTccUvoly than
before.
The telephone instruments, whicli
are of the Hell manufacture, are expected io arrive in Fcrnie soon, when
they will be installed without delay.
The cable was shipped from Montreal
this week. Five days alter its arrival the system will be completed.
.1. A. Maclean returned from Onta-
tario on Sunday. .Mi. Maclean was a
member of the lumber delegation
which waited on lhc government to
secure a duty on American lough lumber, lie is of the opinion Uial llie
government will do something during
the present session lo assist the lumber industry in Canada.
Dogs found without tugs will soon
be legitimate game inr the dog
catcher.
Miss McFarlane, matron of the Michel hospital, has resigned her position. She expects to leave for Winnipeg shortly.
F. W. Burn, formerly of Fernie,
bas been appointed manager for P.
Burns A Vo. in ilie Edmonton district.
R. W. Coulthard is still confined to
tbe hospital on account of Injuries
to his knee sustained iu a game of
hockey a couple of weeks ago.
The court of revision had a busy
meeting on Monday evening. Of tho
50 appeals a reduction was made in
H cases reducing the total assessment by $6,050. One assessment was
raised $2000.
A force of men are now at work
clearing lhe site and getting out ruck
for tbe foundation of the zinc smelter
at Frank. Nearly a year will be required for the completion of tho
smelter.
The wife and family of Mr. A. Far-
quharson left this morning via G. N.
R. for Vancouver where they will
make their home in future. Mr. Far-
qubarson left some lime ago to .,.'1
the new home iu readiness.
7      w. F. TATE,       |
I ORADIMTR OPTICIAN' I
It is The Best Paper in Seven
Districts, and You Should
Have It.
THE HERALD
(From the Ledge.)
McDougall A Proctor    are    getting
ready ......
mill.   The new planer will be install
ed before sawing commences.
A prominent merchant of this city-
states that in four years' business
with the foreigners of this city he
has only lost on one of them. This
speaks well for lhe Slavs and other
foreigners.
In future all Sunday laws must
come from Ottawa, and municipalities and provinces will have to go
out of the business. In Vancouver
the hotel men claim that it is lawful
for them to sell liquor on Sunday.
During the summer months great
numbers of Fernie people lake the
train for Elko every Sunday wlier-p
they can buy booze, cigars, candies,
soda water ami ice cream. .Many of
these people are opposed lo those
who stay in Fernie on Sundays being
able lo buy the refreshments spoken
of above. Consistency may be a jewel, but is off color in Ferule,
The Marysville smelter will put in
copper stack this year. Sweeney
evidently sees the great future (or
the rich deposits of eoppcr up White
Fish creek, which when properly developed will send millions of tons of
ore to his smelter for treatment.
Runaways are frequent in Fcrnie.
The sight of so many wires overhead
and the roar of commerce on our
streets, probahly make the country
horses nervous. One small boy was
eight apples ahead hy a runaway on
Saturday. It is a bad runaway that
blows no fun or profit toward the
rising generation.
MOYIE.
(From tbe Leader.)
The Moyie Liberal association held
a meeting in McGregor hall Tuesday
evening for the purpose of selecting a
successor to Mrs. Hope as postmaster. Three were nominated aud R. A.
Smith was the successful aspirant.
The result of the meeting was sent
to W. A. Galliher at, Ottawa. Mr.
Galliher will place the matter hefoiv
the postolllce department and if that
department acquiesces Mr. Smith will
be Moyie's next postmaster.,
Albert Birch, aged 30, died In the
Cranbrook hospital last Saturday,
February 25, of pneumonia.   Me was
I employed by the North Star. Lumber
'company and was sick only a few
days. Mr. Birch was a brother ol
Mrs. Edward Ban    of Moyie.      Mr.
land Mrs. Barr attended the funeral in
Cranbrook Monday.
The output of the £?E. Eugene for
the month of February was 2,551
tons.  Water from the flume is again
being used   and ,1s furnishing about
half the power lor the mill,
The firm of Arnold & Roberts have
appointed 1).    A.   Arycu     to act as
their .Movie agent.
Bert  Hamilton was arrested
this
eat fil
ing lish mil  of season.
Mrs. Dr. lllggtns and son were ep
from Fcrnlo visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. V. J, McMahdn.
There is a movement un foot to
give a minstrel show in Moyie by local talent.
Mrs. Super is down from Kiniber-
ley on a visit with hot daughter, Mrs
h\ J. MoMahon.
.1. F. Roddy, formerly chief of po
lice in Spokane, and one of the own
iis of the Moyie townsite, is now
now running u hotel in .Medfuid, Ore.
Mr. and Mis. P. 1). Hope Imvi* returned to Marysville lo reside. Mr.
Hope will have a position in the i\.s-
say olliee of the smelter.
W. .1. Langley, of Fort Steele, ffas
in Moyie this week ou business In
connection with crown granting the
Collingwood, Mayflower, B, O. Frac-
eion and Dixie mineral claims which
lie southeust of the St. Eugene.
These claims were located aud have
been held for several years by W. J.
Langley, Judd Langley and A. J
Delviu.
WINDERMERE.
(From the Wilmer Outcrop.)
Miss Mathlewson left Wilmer on the
Cranbrook stage Tuesday for Fcrnie
on a visit to ber brother.
Master Edward Harrison has reasons for being a proud boy these days.
Monday afternoon Ed. shot a monster
grey eagle with a 22-rille at tfie
slough near his home- He bad only
one cartridge to start with but made
sure work with it and now has a
bird that measures seven feet from
tip lo tip. The bird will be sent to
Harry W. Edwards, the Revelstotcc
taxidermist to be mounted.
Word reached Wilmer Tuesday thai
Tom Lcighton died in the Golden
hospital Monday morning, having
been in that institution only one day.
Deceased was ;well known throughout
this valley, having lived here many
years, and the news of his death
came as a surprise to bis numerous
friends lu this vicinity, who deeply
regret his loss. Deceased was a mechanic of considerable ability and is
builder and contractor had a reputation of more than local importance.
FORT STEELE.
(From th« Proa-netor.)
" ,,-""     *;   """i    Sidewalks   on    Riverside    Avenue
tL ^1^ beiBB rppaiml this week-
J. Shaw Parker and John Corrlgan
were at Cranbrook on business Thurs
day.
A number of Cranbrook people vis
ited Fort Steele on Wednesday.
A. B. Johnson was in town Tuesday buying furs for a I.ibby, Mon
tana, firm.
Logging still continues active al
the Cherry creek camp. The cut It
estimated at 400,000 feet.
John Chammlngs and Geo. Watsor
were at Cranbrook Monday on business.
Don McKay returned from Sheep
creek Monday, having completed lhe
building of a bridge at that place.
Miss Oracle Higgins entertained a
number of her little friends on Friday afternoon. They all report having a jolly good time.
The location of Fort Steele is^faT-
orable and when the Kootenay Central railway is constructed will be
one of the most important towns iu
the Kootenays.
THE DADDY OF THEM ALL.
Montreal, March 1.—Mr. Pierre For-
get, 100 years of age, and his wife,
who is 9ft, celebrated today tbe 78th
anniversary of their marriage, and
their children down to the flftb generation Joined with them in merrymaking. The old gentleman is a little deaf, but, apart Irom that, be is
remarkably young for his years. He
takes a walk outside almost every
day.
"It has often happened to me lo
say," he observed today, "my daughter, go tell your daughter that her
daughter's child is crying. My Wife
is 00 years oT age, but If she takes
after her mother she is good for several years yet, for her mother died
at the age of 104. I bave never worn
glasses, aud if God grants us life until wc celebrate the 80th anniversary
ot our marriage you will hear of (he
celebration, I can assure you. I he-
long to a race of centenarians, and f
am strong and fit lo live for quite a
number of years to come. My father
died at the age of 100 aud my mother at the age of 00. We have bad 13
children, the youngest of whom is now
about '1*3 years of age, and tbe eldest will celebrate her golden wedding
in three years. My wife and I will
be present to dance a stepat the celebration."
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RATES $2 PER DAY
A Firstclass House Centrally Located
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E. H. SMALL, rianager
Fine Sample Rooms in Connection.    The bedrooms W
are airy and comfortable, and the table is the besl the fj
, market affords.
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s
P. BURNS (& CO.
Waaletill aid Itriall
MEAT
MERCHANTS
ItcsIi and Cured Meats
I Trail    Fifth,   (lame   und
Poultry.
Wc iupply only (he  bt-ttt      Vour
trade In nut li ile J
Markeln in all llie principal tu»m
lu Hrlli-b i.ulumMi
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i
1905      NEW     19Q5
'I'lii- most allrai'liv,' lint' ,,f
Weill Papers
ever shown in Cranbrook
Pressed l.uods        Stripe Effects
Varnished Tit.-s for Bathrooms
Mouldings tn Motel, all Papers
i
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HOUSE AND  SIGN   PAINTING
F.J. Bradley & Co.
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The Old Way
of doing the family washing is not only laborious and unhealthy,
but is altogether out of keeping with the idea of modern living.
L
fH
"uiieOHTINT
Laundry Trays
makcil possible to do the "washing" with the least labor and best
results to both mistress snd servants. Isthereanyreasonfornot
having a modern "gtaadanf*
Laundry in your homo? II you
thinkthecosthigh,consultusand
you will be agreeably surprised.
Patmore Bros., Cranbrook,
LUMBER
Roblnson-McKenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Pianino; Mills
All Kinds Ol
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Tlie old Herald building on Armstrong avenue is for sale at a fair
price. The building Is a good one and
in most excellent repair. It is- tent,
lag tor $21 a moat*.
Drink Home Beet
It is Pure
It Is Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
Cedar Poles
John W. Wolf
Boot. Shoe and
Harness Maker
|aid shoes made new.   All kinds
ol repairing.   Oive me a call,
Sealed tenders, ciiilnrsed "Tond.ir
for Contract E" and addressed to 'I.
E. Gillis, City Clerk, Calgary, will
lie received until noon on March 111 tu
1905, for supplying about 1100 eed.ir
poles 30 feet long und 120 jioles iiii
leet long.
Specifications may be obtained ft mu
the Cily Engineer, Calgary,
The lowest or any tender not nee*
essarily accepted.
F. W. Thoruld,
City Engineer,
Calgary.
AGENTS WANTED.
Applications will be received by the
undersigned for the position ol agent
I fur this locality. One willing In canvass preferred. Good position to
the right man.   Apply
Occidental Loan A Savings I'n ,
P. 0. Boa 192,
afral Vancouver, BI 0.

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