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Array I V Armauorif
THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
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VOLUME   li
I'HANIJKOOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY.   NOVEMBER   5. U»03.
NUMBER   'ill
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Mead Office. Toronto.
Ho*.. I'.Ke. A. Co*, President.
Pall Hi Ci|.u,ii
Ken   	
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Ik-posit*; Received,   (icneral KniikiiiK Business Transacted
SWINIIS IUNK DBPAPTMBN1    Dcpollll Kccelved—llltml Allowed.
PR8SBNI RA 11- ill' INTEREST THRBB PERCENT
I'.WmIX..   I'.V    Mill.     |)C|X»||S lllliy 1.4' lllll.l.' 111,41   willl.ll'UWII  I.V Mll.il.
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CRANBROOK IIS INCH.
F. C. MALPAS, M»n»gcr.
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I      IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA      f
S Capital, P.iid Up $2,983,896 S
J Rest $2,636,312 *
J HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO, ONTARIO. J
J T. R. Merritt, Pres.   D. R. Wilkic, Vice Pres. and Gen. Manager J
; CRANBROOK BRANCH 2
I SAVINGS   DOPARTMENT"0;TS^LOWED I
JJ A general banking business transacted. Drafts sold availa- *
•4 ble in every part of Canada, United States and Europe. Special <ii
J! attention to collections. F. H. MARSH, Manager.     *,
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A Shoe That Wears
The Invictus Shoe for Men
This is a shoe that will suit the Kootenay country.
They arc easy, well shaped, and the best of leather is
used in their manufacture.    The money is in the shoe.
Fort Steele
Mercantile Co.
East Kootenay's Hip- Mail Order House.
Limited
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T here is real Activity in real estate in Cranbrook and thc surrounding district. Wc are
selling .1 l.irgc quantity ol farm lands, town
lots, clc. Wc slill have several valuable
farm properties listed with us at reasonable
prices. The indications are that prices will
shortly advance.    Now is the time to invest.
BEALE & ELWELL,
The Real Estate Dealers
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^ WE'LL TREAT YOU RIGHT
O Fust give 113 a chance and see if our business methods
jj won't plea;: you.    Se: our line of $23 WATCHES,
H_0 size, 25-year, 14k gold filled case with 15 jewel j
?   Waltham movement,   They arc beauties   Our guar-
Q antee stands behind them.
l-l WILSON, THE JEWELER
Sterling Stiver
A Piece of
STERLING
SILVER
Is Always
Appreciated
Tea Spoons, Coffee Spoons
Berry Spoons, Sugar Spoons,
Cream Ladles, Sugar Tongs,
Butter Knives, Cold Meat Forks
W. tf. Gate
Cbe Jeweler ■
©fflcinl liWntcb Inspector
C. p. W., Crowo fleet EM*
vlelon
i OBSERVATIONS  1
3 1,Y   INK Of,I) MAN i
Editing ;t newspaper is a iiice
thing, If wc pul iii.-iii jukes people
say wu nre rattle-brained. If «v
ilim't we are nn nlil fun-til. It we
pulilish original matter they Hay
we don't give them enough -selections,   If we don't go tn ohurch
we are n lieatlieii; if we iln we are
ft hypocrite. If we remain hi tin*
office we un^lit tu go uut ami
hustle fnr locals, If We go out We
are imt attending in business.    If
we wear old clothes thoy lutigh at
uh. If wu wear ^und clothes they
say we hnve a pull. Now what
are we to iln? Ami some unregene-
rate tlnbuliover will throw up his
nose and any wo stole this from
one of our exchanges. In that In*
would lie right, for we did steal it,
because it fits.
The robins have gone, but the
Katun bundles are coining iu big
Hocks every day.
•fl p ff
The Rossland Miner says: '.'A
good newspaper should be the
pride of every citizen iu the community where it is published.
There is no other institution which
constantly, through thick aud thin,
cloud and sunshine, stands by the
people and their interests ns the
local paper. There is nothing
which so urgrudgiiigly gives its
time nnd talents to the local good
ns the locnl home paper. Wtiuul
up for it nnd it will light for you
to tlie very last ditch," There is
a whole lot of truth iu that paragraph.
m mm*
We put a safe in The Hernld
office tin's week, and now wonder
why we did it. We look at the
empty money drawer and marvel
at tlie vanity of a newspaper publisher who will go in debt for ft
safe and have no coin to put in it.
Hut a safe with the door closed,
gives a substantial nir to the premises, and is a goal thing to work
a blutr on when a man presents n
bill. We can lean buck in our
cushioned chair, ami with one arm
throw carelessly over n comer nf
the safe, look the Jiersist-ent collector in the eye, and calmly say,
"I'll give you n check next week."
The lilulf is a ginnl one. because
wo have had it worked on us time
and again.
a tt ts
With two dancing schools, two
quadrille clubs, many plays, and
cant parties, the anticipated ennui
slage nfter lhe election has not yet
arrived.
tttttt
We understand that tlie Sunday
Alliance promises to stop Postmaster Beattie from distributing
mails ou Sunday. If it succeeds
we will have one day in the week
that neither sight draft or bill can
reach us.
tttttt
They have a nine-year-old color-
iii boy in Sj}Mikniie who is prench-
iug lo hundreds in the opera house.
Tho other afternoon he gave imr-
en to mune potntors on how to raise
ohildren, Well, it might just ns
well bo a kid nine years old as
some pesty "Id uiuid or grumpy
batehelor.
tttttt
Tlio Sultan of Turkey has saved
♦60,000,000 out of his salary.   We
midti't  save  that   much in teu
yenrs.
tttttt
Tt is easy to preach but hard to
practice.
HOW IT WILL BE PAID
Interesting Fads on the Payment of
Lead Duly.
IT  WILL  BE   il   SLIMNG   SCALE
The  Higher  the  Price  the  Less
the Amount of Bonus
Paid.
Another Big Hotel.
Joseph Brault proprietor of the
('iinu.lii.il hotel, hns broken ground
for uu immense mklition to his
already lurge plnce. The addition
is 52 feet l.y 72 feet, on the main
part, two stories high. This will
givo Mr. Brunlt a hotel with
seventy rooms, fifty of which will
lie Insl rooms. Ho will make some
changes in tho present nrrange-
inent of, the house as soon as the
addition is completed that will add
very materially to its convenience,
This will give him one of the
largest lubtels in Kast Kootonay,
no that he) will he able to take care
of large crowds on short notice.
THE   BILL    THAT    IS    NOW    A   LAW
There have been many inquiries
as to the not to provide for tin- payment of bounties on lead contained
in ores mined in C'nnnda, and in
response to these inquiries The
Miner communicated with John
Keen, secretary of the Provincial
Mining association, from whom
valuable data wus secured. Ap-
pond.-d is n table whicli shows just
how the lead bounty works out and
just what price the Wad producer
will receive when the Loudon price
fluctuates, ft is an interesting
table and should be cut out and
kept for reference. Lead is worth
at present a little over iill per ton
in London, and, us the table shows
this would be at the rate of $2.1)8
per cental. Deduct the $1 for the
haulage to London, which it is the
custom of the smelters to deduct
when they have reduced lend ores,
and this gives 81.HN. And 75 cents
per cental in the shape of the
bounty and it gives $2.1.1. which is
about the price por ijiuiidrcd
pounds which the lead producer
now receives for his product. The
table shows how the sum per cental gradually increases ns the price
advances in London, and how the
bounty gradually decreases until it
falls, when lend reaches illfi per
ton. to three cents per cental.
Following is the table:
1,0 ml,,n
1*1 il*4>
C 0 II*
I* II   fin
i* ii nin
e i> i,-..
till       1.4,
tin r.i
tin IUH
tioir.>.
tn ii.
tn :.«
tn io.
tn iiii,
it*.' on
tu r.»
ti*.' ie,
tr.' ir.«
tin in
till   5»
tin in*,
tut t-.-.
tl.    II.
tu ,i»
114   11144
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114*4    lh
CIS  III
tir, uii
t!5   UH
tin On
I f 88,888 tons of lend are pro-
ilueotl unuuully the lxmus will Ik.
75c [.cr cental.
If 50,000 tons of lend nre produced unnuttlly the bonus will be
SOc per cental.
If (10,000 tons of lead nre pro-
diii-cd annually the lumis will be
•lie per cental,
If 100,000 tons of lead are produced annually the lumis will Ik*
25c |ier cental.
Following nre the provisions of
the lend luuuty act:
An act to provide for the payment of bounties on lend Ix-iiring
ores mined in Canada.
1. The governor in council may
authorize tho payment of n bounty
of sovontyfive cents per ono hundred pounds of lend contained in
lend-beiiring ores mined in Con-
odu, such bounty to be paid to tin-
producer or vendor of such ores.
Provided, that the sum to be paid
as such bounty shall not exceed
five hundred thousand dollars in
nny fiscnl year. Provided also,
thnt when it appears to the satisfaction of the minister charged
with the administration of this act
that thc standard price of pig lend
in London, England, exceeds
twelve pounds ten shillings per
ton of two thousand two hundred
and forty pounds, such luunty
shall bo reduced proportionately
by the amount of such excess.
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1 75
9.06
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100
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1.81
2.11
1 Illl
1,11
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1.8.1
2 17
1.00
1.17
.7.1
1.02
2.22
1 ml
1 22
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1 1)7
2 2.
1,00
1.28
.7.1
2.118
2112
1,11.1
1,89
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2 07
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1 Illl
1.88
.7.1
218
2 411
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1 48
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2 18
240
1 Illl
1 40
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2 24
9 04
1.00
154
.78
2.20
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1 00
.7.1
2.85
2.60
1 Illl
100
.7.1
2.41
2 71
Mill
1 71
.7.1
2.40
9.70
Mill
1.711
.71
2.51
2.N2
Mill
1.-2
,08
2.50
2.87
1,00
1.87
.08
2.50
2.0JI
1.00
1.118
..17
2.50
2.08
1.1...
1.08
.12
2.50
11.01
Mill
2.04
.JO
2.50
Ji.no
Mill
2.011
.41
2.511
a.io
1.01)
9.15
.8.1
2.50
8,90
1.00
2.211
.811
2.50
a.2'l
1.00
2.211
.24
2.50
8,111
Mill
2.81
.10
2.50
J1.J17
1.00
2.87
.18
2.50
11.42
1.00
2.42
.1)8
8.50
8.47
1.00
2.47
.08
2.511
i. Payment ol' tin- Baid bounty
may 1-e mado from time to time to
the extent uf sixty per cent uixiii
smelter returns showing that the
ur.'has been delivered fur sun-It-
ing ut it snu-lter in Canada, The
remaining forty | er cent may Ih*
paid Ut the close of   tile liseul yenr.
upon evidence tlmt nil sueh ore
bus been smelted in Canada,
IF nl tin* close of nny yenr it appears that during the yeur the
quantity of lend produced, ou
which lhe bounty is authorized,
excci-ils iliirty-tlirei' thousuiid three
hundred uml thirty-three tons of
two thousand pounds, the rate of
Ixiuuty sliull In- reduced to such
sum us will bring the pnyuieiits
for the yenr within the limit mentioned iu section 1.
8, If ut any .time it* appears to
the sutisfuctiou of the governor in
council thnt the chnrges for transportation und treatment of lend
ort-B iu Canada are excessive, or
that there is any discrimination
which prevents the smelting of
such ores iu Canada ou fuir nnd
reasonable terms, the governor in
council mny authorize the payment
of bounty, nt such reduced rate as
he deems just, on the lend contained iu such ores mined in Camula
und exported for treatment abroad.
4. If nt nny time it appears to
tlie satisfaction of the governor iu
council that products of lead aro
manufactured iu Canada direct
from lend ores mi mil iu Canada
without the intervention of the
smelting process, the governor in
council may make ouch provision
us he deems equitable to extend
the benefit of this net to the producers of such ores.
5. The snid bounties shall'cease
and determine on the thirtieth day
of June, one thousuiid nine hundred and eight.
6. The governor in council may
make regulations for currying out
tlie intention of tliis act.
7. Chapter 8 of the stautes of
1(101, entitled An Act to provide
for the payment of bounties on
lend refined in Canada, is repeal:
ed,
Fernie Recount,
Victoria, Oct., 80.—According to
Attorney Qeneral McPhillips tlu-re
is not likely to be any redress in
the matter of the Fernie recount.
Mr. McPhillips contends thnt the
returning officer followed the strict
letter of the luw, under section 152
of the elections net, which requires
the immediate transmission of the
ballot luxes to the depnrtniont of
the provincial secretary at the
close of the election. Once the
luxes are in the custody of the department of the pnrvincial secretary they cannot be removed therefrom except by order of the
speaker of the house or of a supremo court judge. In the latter
case tlie order can be made only iu
case of prosecution for offenses in
relation to the ballot boxes or in
case of un election petition. This
is the law, according to the attorney general, who snys ho is not responsible for the state, but that ho
cannot disregard or depart from it.
The judge having failed to make
onler it remains now only for
the speaker to do so.
ft is understood that the government now admits thut they unpractically responsible for the government net. nlthought tl... ministers who made tin. statsment declined to allow himself to be
quoted.
Wanted.
By the Herald Office,- a buy lb
learn tho printing trade. He must
be intelligent and energetic and
mean business. No triflers wanted, and worthless kids need  not
apply.
For Snle.
I hnve the following in use in
my sawmill nt Blairmore, wliich
will lx! for sale at end of  sawing
season, 1st December,    Two luil-
ers, 50 h. p., on 6kids. with 50 feet
of  smoke   stack,   also one   Mac-
Gregor, (iourlcy & Co. planer nud
matcher with  double cylinder, und
one Economist pinner.
Particulars cnn lie hnd by writing
Peter McLaren,
Mncleixl, Alt,*..
IN THE POLITICAL FIELD;
Johu Houston Is After Premier Mc
Bride.
SAVS  HE  IS  UNFIT   P-JK  LEADER
The Fernie Recount Is Knockc a
Out on a Technicality.
MIST    REST    UNTIL    HOUSE      MEETS
Mr
A COHPLEm MILL.
A lleralil .Man Visits ihc Lumber Camp
ol K}an.
'Hi.- fact tha the lumber in.
dustry is rapidly growing iu this
districl i-. gcu r.illy appreciated,
uiul ii visil ti, Ryan will aid nny
..in* in forming >*.-i.v '.*ii,..i^ along
thut line, Just nboul n year ago
The Kast Kootenay Lumber com-
puny Bturted t.. dear nwny at that
point for a mill sit.*, 'lh,* place is
iiliout five mill*, wesl of Tochty,
nml on ih,- Moyie 'liver. Today
tho company hus there one of the
nii.st complete mills in the interior
uml have built up n prosperous
community. It is no easy tusk to
get n mill like thu under headway,
when it is taken into consideration
tlmt it is not only n lumber mill.
but the only lie n ill i i tin's pari of
John Hooston's View.
Nelson Tribune: Premier
Bride und the members of his
government hnve shown themselves to lx1 incapable nnd tricky
and treacherous, and it i-i the duty
of the liberal-conservative members of tha legislature to meet in
conference and compel them to
step down. If the liberal-conservative pnrty is to continue to eon.
trol of the government of British | fully nccoi and now the
Columbia,  the pnrty   must show  mill has an immense territory from
the   country.      Th
river  from
Moyiol i Ryan had
to  1"  ,*V;ir.il
fm- running  logs, i
Il 1  two  ilaius
built to give tin- n. ,*
:-■•; y stage ef
water.   All this has
1 tvii   s;: Ti •*4.s-
the people that only high-minded
men are the leaders to be kept in
office. The pnrty has such men.
and they ure not confined to one
locality. The following named
would make ministers acceptable
to thu pnrty ns an organization,
and their ability is unquestioned:
F. C. Cotton of Vancouver, premier and minister of finance.
0, H. Clifford of Victoria, chief
commissioner of inuils and works.
Price Ellison of Yale, provincial
secretary.
W. R. Koss of East Kootenay.
attorney general.
Thomas Toylor of West Kootenay. minister of mines.
J. F. Garden, of Vancouver,
president of the council. Cotton.
Cliffonl, j^llisoii, and Garden Have
ull hml legislative experience, Ross
is oue of the ablest young lawyers
in the province, and Taylor certainly knows as much about the mining industry ns the present minster
of mines. McBride nnd his ministers were not chosen by the conservative party; instead they were
chosen by lieutennnt-governor Joly
a liberal. The conservative party
cannot hope to present a united
front with incapable and discredited men, like McBride, ns lenders.
Were an appeal mude to the
country tomorrow, the McBride
government would swump the
liberal-conservative party. Turn
the tricky ond treacherous incap-
i.bles. out, so that honorable and
able men wiil lead the party.
Beattie's Christmas Slock.
R. E. Beattie hus secured tin-
storeroom formerly occupied by
the King Mercantile compnny. nnd
is tilling it with Christinus goods
for this season's trade. Never before has there been such a stock of
Christmas novelties brought to
East Kootenay. Iu fact, it is
doubtful if there is u store in British Columbiu, eust of tho const
thnt will lnnki: such a display as
Mr. Beattie will have this season.
People can ntfonl to travel to Crunlirook this yenr to make their
Christinus purchases. Mr. Beattie
hus the goods, uud he bought them
nt prieeB thnt will enable him to
olfer gr.-nt inducements to tin-
public. Watch Imb window display
on Saturday afternoon.
Well Satisfied.
Blairmore Times: F. L. Byron.
old timer and who with Mr.
J. E. Woods, is now heavily inter-
.sted in a gold quartz proposition
on Perry Creek. British Columbia,
spent Tuesdny in town on his way
to the prairie where he wns taking
his horses to be wintered. In
speaking of his gold property li'-
expresscd himself ns highly pleased with the development work accomplished this summer and snys
that every foot of developement
work driven hns added to the richness of the mine. A smuli force
of miners will lx* kept at work nil
winter nud by spring he hopes to
have a quartz mill pounding out
gold on the property.
which to draw its suppy i f timber,
One day tin's w,*,-!; a r. presenta-
tiveof The Herald visited Rynn
and wns shown over tho plant und
yards by t':.* local manager. Mr. A.
K. Leitch, and ::ltii4.-,-,-:h he was
prepared '..-- si i i plant doing n big
bnsim ss, he did : ol anticipate
suoh a volume 11 business us was
shown. Tin* ::.:.! i*. com] I. te in
every detail, p. - icing everything
in the way •■:' modem appliances
to expedite work, The lumber
part has a capacity of 40,000 feet
per day, and :.t the present time
there is about 2.000,000 feet piled
up in the yard. A large portion
of it is ol the finest quality, and
tli.-r.* one cnn see pil" utter pile of
boards without a knot cr flaw.
But the ti.-mill is the interesting
portion of the plant. H. re logs
the proper size f.*r ties are brought
up and rolled int.. a chute through
which runs an endless chain, with
catches. They pass under to
heavy spik.il wheels that hold
them in [lace i4i.il then through
two sets ot double saws. Tin* lirst
set takes off the outside slabs, nnd
the next set cuts t!:. in the regulation  tie width.     From  the  snws
they pas3to tin- triinm
on to rollers iu,'l  oui
across   the   platform
cars, wh.-r.- they ar.*  1-
out delay.   Th.* ordina
250 lies, and 2,000 ties
ed   out   each   day.   v,
eight carloads.    Then
present   time   alxjut
men  employed   a.   li;
yards, and fifty more a
camp n mile or more u
i-r.-- and then
of the mill
;,, waiting
jaded with-
r. ear holds
.ai, I,,- turn-
hi.-h menus
■ ar,- at tin;
Beventy-five
0 mill  and
1 u logging
[i tin* ri.-.-r.
Comfortable quarters an* provided
for the men, us neat shucks aro
furnished, each ono holding four
ineii. An electic light ] lant furnishes the liu'ltt i'-r tii.* place, and
tin- dinning hull. mill, slia.-ks and
office are illuminated in this way.
A (wo story building hn. just been
completed that is used for the ruilwny station, ollice aad store. The
plant complete, is a practical illustration of what is being done in the
lumber business in this district,
uud is one of the four mills of this
company thai is furnishing occupations for a small army of nun.
And it is to the lumber companies
thnt this district now owes her
present prosperity.
Big Coal S.-.-I111-.
Fernie Free Press: .1. Wilson,
wlio lias been engaged in uncovering tin- coal seams of tin- Elk
River Coal and f lil company's property on their in claims above
Mieliel. returned this wc-k nfter
an absence of over two months.
He reports thnt be uncovered
sixteen Renins in nil. wliich aggregated 170 feet, 9 inches in thickness. These seams extend over
tin-entire property. Mr. Wilson's
of tin- opinion thai tiiere are olhcr
senilis still uncovered, but nothing
more will 1 o done by lhe company
this season towards farther development. Mr. Wilson left this
week for tiie prnirie where he has
some coal properties to look after,
{ THE   CItANBROOK   II Kit A U>
MAN BROOK  HERALD
Editor and Proprietor.
rsu.Ms oi :-i n-caii'TuiN:
The ll-raUl .li-.lres to },-l\e the iiinsu. 11.8
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your lull..'... y-iir i-e..|-l.-. HUd tl if till* oWw.
No wonder the paper is in linnn-
eiid strnits. if nil of its bnsini ss
has been done with as lxn.r judgment,   No publisher can nlford to
send his paper for nil eternity  for
•y.iw.
Stuck Quotations.
Furnished by Benle, & Elwell.
I.inkers, ('raid.rook It. C.
INCORPORATION.
To incorporate means to give
Cruubrook the biggest boost she
has ever had.
The lumber busuiUJS is the big
business in the luiim-nu is _,_! lu ■• ■
ilnys. uud is rupaliy g.u\viiig.|
The article on inioipoiiition in
last week's Herald has attracted an
little attention nnd much favorable
i-onmteiit. 'I'l"' p"opl.* of Crau-
brook fi-L-1 ilmi tl"- time Ims como
for in...iT"mli.ui. and tbey will not
.es; moil utile measures are'
ml. n to bring about this much
desired improvement, Those who
own prop, rly are strong in their
convictions that incorporation will
add lo its inine, l.y furnishing the
ueeesB-ity impetus nt this time to
I nsli Cruiilirook iiheiul to thopoin!
where slu- naturally belongs. The
lown I., tl-.- recognized center
now. ll is Ilu- talk of everyone.
an.l ninny marvel at lhe progress
she has ma.le during lhe past year.
Outsiders speak us in one voice
along lliis line, nud Cruubrook is
conceded loilny 1.) be tin- very best
town ofthe si/..- in liriiish Columbia. Ho rapidly lias she grown,
that tho lack of certain Improvements will soon prove u serious
blight on her growth. Waterworks
nnd proper lire protection are need
eil. Sidewalks should be built.
Drtiiuugo is becoming necessary,
nnd tin- sl reels should be lighted.
These improvements can only In-
secured by incorporation. The C,
I'. |{.. as tin- lurgesl land holder, is
ready uml willing to treat with the
citizens ou n fuir bnsis for incorporation. Something should be
done. The house meets this
mouth, nml a bill must bo prepared
for passage. Dr. .1. IT. King,
member for tins district, is willing
uud anxious to act in this mutter
in aceorilnnce with  the desires of
the people.
Who in going to act?
Wlio is going lo do something?
Are we going to wait until it is
too lute?
If the people ot Crnnbrook want
Crunlirook I., maintain the prestige she now holds, it is time to
get busy, It is no time to sit iu
silence nnd inactivity, It is time
to be up nud doing.
Crnnbrook is ou the map. It is
up lo her   residents  to keep her
there.
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OHVEAL
BX F/'RE
By Martha
M'Culloch-Williams
Copyright, loot, i.u tht
S, s. ilcCtun Vompanu
The success of The Herald's
annual is now nsanrod. The Imsi-
uobb llii'ii feeling thai it will In* a
■greal thing for them and tlie dis-
triet, nre fluxions to secure Bptice,
nnil many puges have been taken.
To butler Halisi'y those who handle
OhristmaB goods, the date of issuance has lii-eii advanced to Decern-
ber I2lh.
Thi' Herald lins aaked a number
of jieo|i|i> many i|ilestioiiB the pnst
week, in ils Boareh foi' reliable
(lain, and it. trusts that these qnes-
lions will bu promptly answered, ho
tlmt no delay uill be ocensioned
fchereErom, Tic Herald is anxious
lo make ihis year's annual a credit
to Hie district, and much depends
on these answers lieing received.
.Insl anolher wonl. Thosedeair-
jng >">|ii.s should notify The
Herald nboncu iis lo Hie niunbe".
so that they will not bo disappointed. Thedemaud will be great, and
the supply may not meet it, as the
expense of printing is too great to
permh any loss by having copies
left on hand, The price will bo
25 cents each, but each BUbscrlbor
to Thc Herald will receive one free
Mis« Mori-is Bprtnifi from l>cfl mul
durtt'U to the biu-u door, nroused from
h1oi>|) liy Htt'tiltliy knocking, A slim,
prim, uiirltfht, tailed geutlcwomnn, slu-
did imt forget iu buddte Ucraolf In a
sliawl before intimitis open tin- Blutltor.
"Murtliy! Whnt on earth- is tho
liduse afire?" sho gasped to tho fat
black woman wlm stood upon tin1
steps.
Mui'thy chuckled, though she tried
hard to look properly BUbdllcd as sho
snld:
"Not znetly, Miss Kl'iior, lint hit's tics
Gawd's niiissy hit ain't. Vuii know
Uow Ins' night my olo man Bon took
en snook out iit- Utile circuit rider's
white breeches fer me ter wasV-
"Iton't t«ll me nuythlng's happened
to thein—don't, for tlie Lord's snkol"
Miss Morris said, almost sttiggerlng.
Murtby drew down the corners of hor
mouth. "I washed en I'oned um nil
right," she said. "Den l look en hung
ma 'fore de kitchen tire so dee'll git
bone dry by ills mnwnln'. lien he went
ilar des now ter nit um en snake um
hack, en, 'fore de Lnwtl, dee ain't none
on um left 'ceptlil' hit is de buttons,
Sparks must er popped out, en dee
would 'a' set us all afire hadn't bit boon
I bad sense ernoiiKh ter leave dot cheer
dee was on right spang on de h'arlli"—
"What shall we. do?" Miss Morris
moaned. She had drawn Marthy with
her Into tbe shelter of her own chamber. The circuit rider in the guestroom
at the other end of the house might
well be awake conning over his sermon.
lt -wns Sunday morning, lie was duo
to preach tbe 11 o'clock sermon at
Iloreb church, ten miles away, lloreb
congregation was the richest, the most
nearly fushlonnblc, of nil lu the circuit.
Moreover, Miss Morris knew that
young Brother Brniidon was deeply in
love with Nelly ltlggs. Her father, Iln-
rcb'B leading steward, looked askance
nt tbe young minister's suit, lie was
nmbltlous for Ids daughter and heiress.
Naturally, therefore, Brandon would
waut to show himself at his best.
Ue hnd come to stny all ni^ht at the
Morris hoiiHe, with no more than n
change of linen in bis Bnddletmgs,
clothed In flannel coat, white duek
trousers nnd leather belt. A Bummer
shower hnd ((blushed and stained the
trouserB very badly, henee the washing, the burning. Now the young mini
luy ln bed trouserless upon n plantation that wns a sort of Adumless Eden,
Miss Morris nud MIbs Mnrlmi had lived
alone since their futher died, twenty
yeara back, with black Marthy and
Ben for servants.
Miss Marina wns stout nud rosy, us
Miss Morris wns thin. She sat up,
rubbed her eyes laird uud said sleep*
EDITORIAL NOTES
li' we had been in Billy Ross'
place, we would have insisted on n
recount before a judge.and (Inclined
to lake advantage of n technicality.
.Mr. Goodevo has resigned the
ollice of provincial secretary. It
wasa short term,
A coasl exchange snys the liberals are as anxious to Bee John
Houston in tlie cabinet lis the coti-
Kcrvnlives wero to have .lor.
Martin,
John Houston will never let up
on Mr. McBride,
Tin- Western Clarion, the British Columbia Socialist organ, snys
that lo show its confidence in conditions il* will send the (Huron to
any subscriber for $2 until ti socialist is premier   of   thia   province.
WHEN I1C OOT VV TO BPBAK, IT WAS VJ 111
A TtiSiiri*. Of l'lllti.
Ily: "Whnt you fussing nhout, Bl'norl
Here's what you can do-ask Ben Ui
.lend Brother Brandon that Inst pair of
pn'B trousers we gave him. do luisn't
worn them out, has he, Mart liy'.'"
"No'ui-ui,"Marthy said, wllh a throaty
giggle. "Ile been a-savla' dem las'
breeches, he Is; say be spects lie got
ter grow three-fo' more years 'fore he
can fill um up, dee so odaclous big up
round de waist purts."
"Well, they'll be long enough if
Brother Brandon ls so tall," Miss Marina Baid philosophically, settling hack
on her pillow. "(Jo and send Ben In
with 'em. Marthy, and tell him to tell
Brother Brandon we are sorry and that
I we'll go with him to preaching, though
we didn't mean to.    I don't Intend,"
| this vigorously to Miss Morris, "Unit
anybody shall ever have lt to say wo
were  ashamed  to see another  man
j standing In our father'B clothes."
| Perhaps young Brother Brandon was
, ambitious of martyrdom. Certainly uo
martyr at the stake ever showed a liner courage than It took to march up
the- aisle at Iloreb ten minutes late,
feeling himself the focus of curious,
even hostile, eyes and conscious tlutt
he looked very like a cross betwixt n
circus clown and a scarecrow. The
late Sijuire Morris had boon truly a
man of girth. His binck cloth broad
fulls, n thought shiny along the senilis,
stood In plaits and puckers within tlio
saving compass of a yellow leather
belt, Above them the trim gray linn*
Ut'l sack looked rid It'll loiiBly shrunken.
Tbey bulged qultu u bit at the knees
and sat very close around the foot
But after one long, agonized whistle
over liis own appearance Pick Brandon bad set himself to make his hostesses forget -.liciu. nnd so successfully
that, though they bad been on the
vergo of tears, hi five minutes lie hnd
them laughing.
'Iln* louts contingent wns another
mailer.    If only Nelly would bo mer
clfully hindered! Ill-other ltlggs was a
certainty*, Nothing short of an earth*
qunko <>r sudden death could have kept
bim away. BmmloU CttUght the broih-1
i rs measuring eye fixed upon him in
disapproving scorn, bat bo kept bis bond
high. AH through tlie kneeling minutes
of silent prayer Ids potltlou was for
strength und light,
He yot up trembling, but read the
chapter and gnvo out tho hymns iu u
elonr, hard voice. Through the Blnglng
tiiere came to bim a breaking silver
strain, Nelly's voice, freighted wllh the
sweetness of euiiipassinnale love.
Somehow the note melted him, softened, strotiglhoned. He lost the hampering sense ol earthly vestures, earthly
things, When hu got up to speak, it
was with a longUO of lire that searched
and southed equally, carrying ull before it.
ltapt, transfigured, latent only upon
the King's business, he went from
height to height, arguing, persuading,
iiinil rugged men subbed aloud or shout*
ed praises. Tho church was smallish,
With bare, brown wooden walls and
high, narrow windows. Maybe it was
lhe play of light through the whispering loaves outside, but more than one
believed that upon this memorable day
thero was visible in lloreb church the
Iluttorlug of angelic wings.
Brother ltlggs sat bard eyed and critical uiilil near tbe end. The spirit took
him when he least thought, and took
him Intnl. He mado a leap across bench
and allar space and Hung himself into
lhe pulpit, crying, "The Lord gave me
my daughter; the Lord takes her awuy
to be your wife in spite of me nnd the
devil!" nnd bugging Brandon as though
lu- meant to break his ribs,
Then somebody raised n hymn, nn
old camp meeting chant, full of militant faith. Everybody snug nnd song
until at last the congregation brought
itself to the level of Sunday uninspired.
Brother Brandon rode Btralght to his
boarding place, although he wns hard
pressed to go on and dine with Brother
l!ijr?;8. Rut bo enme next day, clothed
lu his right mind, to propose properly
for Miss Nelly nnd be ncceptod In due
form.
As she nestled in his arms he Bald,
smiling n tender, whimsical Bhille, "I
cannot feci that I deserve you, darling,
not even though I have won you
through ordeal by fire."
A Mnrlyr In ttelofe*
The nvlcuk crap unu rtwrl thtoywur,
ond a PinvtliucM Qeorpla tonnemvho
had |»nu*U»*;illy "co* r.en il" it in Wa
oeifrhlmriuuHl   had suffered    Kriousty
from the deprecations, of some of the
button colored brethren,   So he gave
mil lluit he had in>isoiied his im*lui>\
unit after tlie news went forth he
eea=wi tu (bin Ihetii.
Night after night an old negro who
lived n-cur the finest melon patch bad
gated at their gri-i-n sides with hungry
eyes, but lhe thought Of the poiyim
kept him hurgry ttUl.
on,* moonlight night, however, his
appetite got the beat of him. lb'
looked in the direction of the melons
long and euntv-tiy; then shouldering
a sack. heUarli-d off.
'•In de name id goodness. Rutua,
whav vou -rwineV" naked his wife.
The'old man turned, pointed to the
melon patch and mid, slowly and solemnly:
"I'm a-gwlno whar dem roetoiM 1st"
"Itm   dry's p'tonmU"
"I know ib-v is! Hut I'm gwtlW ter
takemy.Uith. Pray reran-!" Atlanta Constitution.
New Dairy
\\\ U. Banlgetl has come to Craubrook witli n liiu-lino of milch cows
and will open n dairy. Thoae tie-
siring lirst class milk should seo
him.    Ho will suit vou.
Wzy&g) ■    ntatuu-tri.HUUi. <   John bllenberg,  ?
linker tret>l . °'      §
OdaVeUowscordiallylovlteil, 1*4   i\'        rr-\r".i ii/nn S
•'■Ahr(,: n ■ v/f- I ine SHOEMAKER I
INREAROF iVENnVORTHHOlEL
"tt'lmt a llml IHaeitlun Does,
A doctor has been comparing the
state of mind of a mnn before dinner
and after who suffers from Indigestion.
Before dinner tlie patient's thoughts
are something of this kind:
"What ti jolly thing lifo is! How
grand it Is to breathe tho pure air, to
revel in Hie glorious sunshine, to laugh
nud be merry! With friends all around,
a prosperous future before one, nil
one's hopes and plans turn out well. It
may safely be said that we live In n
good country aud that life is the most
enjoyable state imaginable."
But after dinner, when the salmon
ami the cucumber aud the lobster salad
have begun to do their deadly work,
tho same man thinks something like
this:
"Life Is a fraud. Those who Bay life
is worth living are humbugs. Wc go
about tin; world with a heavy loud of
care, and from morning till night our
time Is spent lu battling with new annoyances. Bills pour In on every side,
failure stares us lu the face, every
cherished hope is dashed to the ground.
Bull! The whole thing Is humbug!"—
London Tlt-BltS.
Orltflii of CfillcKe Slanv.
"In every university," said a colle-
clan in the Philadelphia Record, "there
Is a slang word, 'bone,' that means to
study. Do you know how this word
originated? It camo from 'Bohn'—from
tlie 'Bohn' books that are so familiar to
students—and lu lhe beginning It was
spelled 'Bohn,' and lis slgiilllcunce was
easily understood, but now Unit lt Is
spelled 'bone' the BlglllflCflnCO is lost.
Tlio derivation Of other pieces of col*
lego Blaug Is not so easily traced back.
Thus tin re Is tllO word 'pole,' 'puler,' 'll
greasy polor,' which at Lehigh means
a hard student. It would he hard to
say win-nee lhat wonl comes. There Is
'rush,' lo 'rush a freshman,' a Cornell
phrase, which means to seek to Induce
a freshman to join fraternity, another
hard won). To 'bust' at Cornell means
to fail or Hunk. 'Cow juice' mentis
mill;, A 'pony' means a device for
cheating at examinations, A 'dog wagon' means a lunch wagon. TIiobc words
have their derivation patent on their
face, but where, I wonder, can 'to gray'
have come from? 'To gray' ot the University of Virginia means to get
drunk."
| iliintliiff nnil Hunting,
[ A good shot and an entertaining story teller. Tom Nnst was welcome during the shooting season nt n number of
' country houses lu England, But his
Hrst Invitation was a bitter lesson to
bim simply because he failed to observe tbo sharp dllTorentintlon between
hunting "as she Is known" ln England
and iu tills country. On board ship
Nnst made tbo acquaintance of a Hertfordshire man, n master of thc hounds
near Kt. Albans. Nnst received and
promptly accepted an Invitation to
bunt.
"I never felt quite bo Insignificant In
my life," he used to say lu telling tha
story, "as when I arrived at the rendezvous nnd saw that brilliant meet,
thc men In tbelr scarlet coats and tho
Jolly   looking   women  on   their   fine
The   \im*rli-nu  Hotel Sjnteni.
Proprietor (averagehotel) Verysor*
ry, sir, bill you will have to leave thia
house at once.
(iui'st (ioodness me! What have I
done?
Proprietor    (solemnly)—You    said ■
something to a waiter whioh 1ms lUr
pleased the cook,—Yellow Rook.
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TOTHEMILLOWN0RSOFB.C. i Koo-a to the business .ind I
■j In.; work always ranks with »
It you ore in innibtc wilb >Mr enilnc In J the best.    Call  ,inj sec him. S
'L.,_a> ?&?.'[,]>" i. '"•""i* "r MC". J Repairing boots ot .ill descrlp- 9
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* „      " John W. Wolf
;   Harvey, .McCarter .\ liuiibiir,
'    Barristers. Solicitors, Etc. B^ot' Shoc and
Harness Maker
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m.v. c.j. iim.vT.iN, m. A,Head Mmicr. ,.„        ,
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Ull,,n I.U Iln-nli,..i- ,n,(|  hah)   (mm Hlhi'tl
JAMBS GREER
lhe Kerald Gives the News.
Iran brook Lodge, Nn. 3«
A. P. ft A. M.
Illt'l tlll'-'S 1)11  tlio
MinimIjij nl tii,.
wolcomuil.
M. A. n-ttAt.lt. Srr'y.
0. P. TISDALE,
Proprietor of tlie
Craubrook
Caady Kitchen
Carries ii cout|ileto slock pf
Candies, Fruits, Nuts,
Biscuits, Pipes and
Tobaccos.       ' uut us i can
Timber Notice
Take notice Unit thirty liuyii atler ilii'o 1
inti'ii-l toupp'j' lo ll"' I'liMOnmniWiniii'i* nt
Liimls nn.l Work  tit   Vn-tiiiiii  (or apwlul
llwiittn tVi-Ht nml i-iiri.v >n\ny limln-r I	
1)0 f illowlnn ili'Hi*ril)t'il hiinl: L'oiiiiiiriifiiin in
il Html wliere ilm BOtltll I'tWt rorili'l* lit IiiH
■til iiil.-rm'i-'H Hie tun tii hoiiii Iry of 1,'il-tLM
group o'tie Kn.it-'iiii.v dlHirmti ttienee i»i-t
BOuhuiliH to iiortlii'iiHl i'iH'Iht ol nnil Lul
■UI. Iliiiti- i.nitli 80 i-llilltlB, lli.liii' ni-Ht HO
rliuiiet. thi'i HUH til nl illg "liHluti  iiniiinlf.i
of Lot 431 tu pltico ofatiirilng iioidaliilng
(HOimrcH murnnr less.
o,*ti-li.*r- Int.lOOil. :t:i
Timter Notiee
Notlro Is hereliy glvon tlmt iliiti.v ilftjs ilf*
ii-r <iiiti> I. c. lt.ik.-r ivill npply la tlmUMi-l
Coiniiiii-Hioiii'rot l.iiliili'(llul Wtnkn,ViiTotiii.
f,iriih-lii-i-hillii-i'ii*'t-to nil timlier nil till) (nl-
lowing ilwrrilml laml, notitli of Wunliwrtlii
Hdlltll I'ltlSt Kooti'lin.v:
I'litiinii'iH'irigiii ii (nisi o , iln* wi*i Imiimliiry of Ioi »I7 nm- mil ub of im (llin*,,
I lii'in c iimHi (ilm mill', hi'i*i. 'Mir niili*, nuilli
mil'milf nml Pllat >>m- ftijli) to tlie plm*<1 ol l.f-
niiiniit-j. HO
Uultil October Dili, IQOA,
Timber Notice
Nol lilt Ih ht'ii'liy glvcll Unit lliirty ."nyt* nl
ti-r ilnte V. II. linker niil npply lu tlm Chief
CuiiimlrtHloiicr of I .uinls iiiitl WnrkH, Vlctorln,
flirilH|i«*.-illl li.VHH.'ll)   flit,  lillllll'l'Mil llif Illl
Inning(Wcilliuil Inml, "initli of VViiitlnnr, In
Suiiili Hunt KuuUmny:
I'liiiitni'iii-itit! thrii- mlli-H Hniltli nml lmlf u
mile i tml of ll.c iioi'lliHi'i-l nn in rof lut .".'.i 7 H.
tliflllCR iui) HltliM Hilllll, hull n milf I'lir-t, Iho
mili'H north nml linll a milf wi-ht to llio plnce
of hogi tilling. 11(1
UutcilOctohi'i'.8tlilin03,
Tlmlw
Notion le Imruliy given tli.i' thirty ilnjs nf-
lor tlutt* .hiiitPH Itiiki-rwill npply lo tlm ihi,f
('oinmihMoiirr of LiiihIh iiml Wotkn. Vi< lorin.
Im* ti H|uviitl lifi'iim' to mt iniiin*!' on Ihu foi*
li)wiii(r tliwriht'il lunil, Bontli ol Wm liner, In
Hoilth KtiHt. KomIi-iiii.v:
Coiiiliii'lintiK nl  ilm hiiiilliwi'Ht. I'lH'lii't* ul
lol ill", then tuil Ml ilmiiiH in nru or IfHH
til tlitl HOHt niili'ul lot 111 ft, tin lire miiiii h two
mil, *> i.ii tln> hi ni th hi nt- eornor ol lot ft I ft,
ttll'llieUIHl    Hit    1-llllilM    UlO •   ll'H-l 111 III.'
flint i-iiii* oi int. til'17, tlieuce ntirth Ifift
i-hniiiN iiiiirt' nr Ii-hm, lo  iln- miillmiiHt I'lirii-i'
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lilt'li-iini'lit, llii'iit'ii nin,Ii Novell i-li.ilim liiore
■ ir Ii-ch to p* Int ol I'liUitlieMi'i'iiii-it'.       Jill
Uutttil Octi.hor 6tli, lim:!,
Timber Notice
Nutlcu Ih hereliy glvon Unit :in ilnya nllei*
iltitt' no Intend to ii|iply to Ilie Clilof I'nmmla*
Blotl nilLiiitlj nml Wurkn for permlaalnil
to t-ii t ami entry awny ll i.liar from tlio) I-
lowing ileHerihnl IuiiiIh, viz:
Couimeticing nt u |ioHtplm*eil til the milt ll-
eiiHt corner of timlier limit No, (llOH, Oroiip
1, Soinli Hunt Koolenuy, tlifrion east mi
chains, thence Honth no chulua, thpiioeweat
mi t-luiiiiH, thenco north Ht) cbu|ttfl to plucu of
commencement,
IliiliiiiHon-MiKi'tizii! Lumber Co., Limiltil
DniP'i October Ifl, 1009. Ill
Notice;
In the mutter of an npplleutitip turn tliipll*
mt iot nf n Ccrtflcate ol Title to Lot 110,
Plni-k -til, in Ihe tuwn of ttiinUrooh (Map
titlli).
Nuliii* in hei-ehy given tlmt it, I-my Intention lo i»Hiiout tin" fxplnitlon 'of one iiiimi h
PORT STEELE
W. F. QURD,
Barrister, S-ilicitor, Etc.
The Contractor
Who lie*..--. Contracts
If yon wnnl lo build Id mo know.
1  will Ihi ,,l,-i,*.r,l l„  I'm nisi, yon ORAKBROOK,   nriTlstl   .
i-sliniiiti-H nml  mnv  In-lil yon ont ~
lopliiiiQ. |DU. F. I:. KIM:,
DENTIST
orici; in,ni»:
iilil shoes made new,   All kinds
ni repairing,   (live me a call.
East Kootenay
Bottling Co.
Aerated Waters
Witli SOUK' i.l.'
Timber Notice
Ih linHiy nlvi'ti III l ..ill.
II    11.   Mm<4lil.lt    mil   ,,,.,,..
Ililrty
In Iln
I lli.'l IV
Vl,-l„riii.l,,i-ii
Iiui lull., Hiii.
a  liiml i
liartlii.il*.	
nuilli mi, mil.
nml I'llnl li
Soli-mil
,.l    l.lll.'K   4..I  I      U„   I,,,   j
•I'll Hi'. II,.' .H Hlllll.'l mi
III -iiiimi iini i<Ij,»*i» in ft, I
,'iin.i', ronillii-lirliii.
uf I...I  \ .   llilll:
CRANBROOK, B, C
i' mil" I.i |
rl. lllllll.
Illl-.
Oil.
iill-
Timber Notice
N..1«.-.. Ih lll'lll,.,* ilivi-n llllll iiilli'in liiill.
,1 i.v*. 11: II   Mnr,l44ill mil in,,,!,< tu Iln. I'liii
I'i mill -ii rut l.iin.l - ill .1 Wurk,. Vi I ..[in
fnr il ninn inl li s ul  tiiiiln-r niittiflot
liiulliK iIi>m rll fit liunl < < I --.in. i-i..-!. ui
Rimtli IS-ui K'iiiiI.iniyi l' nfiifiiig ul.Uu
niirlIn..-.11-,,in. i- hi l..ii  111(17, iti..),,., ,„,,.||
tivo .nil.',, r-11,1  luili i' llllli-, HOIIIII In III*.
oml uimi tu.ii it...
N.n-.-iiiiii-i- j. lllllll. :i:i
0. II. THOHPSON,
Barrister, Solicitor,
> Notary Public.
Snll.-iiiir Ior iln Imperial I'.jni. .if viinj'j-i
The Colonial Invosinicol ,-uiu Loan Compuny.
Cranbrook, B. C.
Of all kinds.
i.uv.iiiA j Syrups, Champagnes, Ciders,
Ginger Ales, Elc.
S.id.i water ill siphons.   The most
: Economical -,vy to h.indlc it.
ims. kinoXoreen;
Physicians and Surgeons..
Timber Notice
Kolli-i-lalion-lij niv™ llml ..I 1,11, iiiim-
,)uj-H.1. Turner u111 ll|i|ily I > lliiit'lil,-l I'lim-
nilrelinirr of I la nml Wurk,, Vioturln, tor
tl *.|ii<i Jul lii-1'IH" L. .lit  limliiT  ii.) tlm [niili,.
Itmili-ai-riliwl Iiiiiii iii-lu- l,i>.,iH nock,U.mt'i
I'lii.i Kuiili nn.l:   Ciilllnii in inj. sixty ftinliii
m.illi uf ilii'iiiiitin.'-l ,1 l,'„, 1-JU7,
lllflll-o Iii,nil t,u> in.l.s. iv.al  llilll n niili'.
a li I mi imi.-, 4141-14 4,-1 l,i I nuilli. It, ilium
nl inm mi'i iiieiit.
Nun mli i 1, llllll. .'Ill
Timber Notice
Nulii'i'i-4 Iii-n liy  niiili  llml  ivitliiii lliii'l,,-
iIj...a.I.'J'iirli..r ..ill apply to tlioUliMCom*
inia liitii-rut I.nii'i- nml Work, nt VI l.iii.i
f.irn --i,.'.-.!. 114.-.-M*-.- In nil liiiil.ii' un tlio In'.
Ii,iilniril(iai'i'lli.illi *iirl.ni*aiiri*,.k.S li
I-Jii.l   Km,I, Hi,.-:    I'.ilnn llif lui'l „   mi',.
uorlli ot Ilm iiurllnvi'rt i-iiiui'i- ..I t.itl I.lis.
Hilllll -Hi I ... mil.- . .-ii.i   lull  I,,
Hilllll 14.41 liiill'.. llllll '1.-4.1    Imli    ill' III till'
|,liiflinl 1.1....1H.111-.11.
Novi'llllior 1, mon.
Land Notice.
N.itii-ii Ih lioialiy aiii'ti llml Willi n lliiil.v
il.iya H.Mnl-li.li nlllnpply liilli.*(*liii-l|-i.in-
llllmliinor ul Lnmla uml n urla, Vliimi In. Iur
ilapii-liil llifiia in Iiuiii i Hi'lull.!..
iiuiliii-lilii-il I Is li..i,r  l.tiivlB I'l k, Suiiili
Knit K .v: i'n iniii'lng uml ii luni
iiii'.*. nun lii.l ll..' mirili'viH ...or "II.".
I 20 I I III. Mil   "UK   lllll".    41.'sl    "I >ill>.
,initli imi'liuii'uml ...'sl mu'iiiiIii In ihu pi	
Surveys „,	
Land Purchases,
Pre-Emptlons,
Mining Claims,
Etc., made by contract.
THOS. T. MpVIJTIE, P.L.S.
I'.' 0. tan Steele, ll.C.
Timber Notice
\'„ii.i.i-li.-i.i., * v.-., ilu-   tl.irly .lily, nt
.il reaiiicnce, Armstrong Ave.
(IITICIi IIUIIJJ':
Porcoooiu,   •   -   -   *   9i3fl lo II
Alu-riiiiuiis   -   -   ■   -   I:.,:! io3:.19
l:i::.i:!i,,i    ■   •   •   -    7.30 lo SllO
CRAMiUOOK,    :    :    :     :       :    r.
Uli.
Timber Notice
ll nliTRirrli Hml   Illi
ll._ll.ll II-   y
Tnki-
I in ni.
ut I.iiiii:
i- .1
1- I. IH
Timber Notice
iiiin- ilml llilrly itnya nttor ilnlf,
lu npi I.r tnlli.i i Iiii'l I'liiiiiiilssin.ii'i
.nml WiuU, liiiuspi'iinl 11,-i'iuil, I >
atry U...I.V liinl..-i-Iiiiiii III.' ("II....-
iln-ii lilllils, in -illliill K.isl   K i"
11".
Unllimotiflm. ul Ilu* liortliivt'al i-uriit-r ut
Til IB     Illl I.'-   |i|l<l>llipli"l Im nuilli
lunik ul SI.Miii.v-4 iiii'l', II  smuli   I'l
clinilis.lli -fu.-sl ID .'liuii.,. tin I  nuilli
1-mi ilm ui, mul rli'ai i.i Mni'tiii Itolln.i'a
norllional .-.»■ i..-r ,,i Ml. Mnrya river, llifnna
iliiivnalr nm li. ilu1 puiiil ..I .'..niiii.iii'inii'iil
i-i.liliiiiiili'l HUH uiu-, im.re nr le„.
Ilule I..I .'.-.mill-link. II I   Ilir Jll'l. iluv "1
N..V.'llili.l'.'11'll'l.' .lu'JII .lliileisi.li.
Timber Notice
Nolll'O is lli'l'"l',v llivell Hun. llilrly llliy, ol-
ler .Inl.. s. |„ linker will npp'y lu liiel lii.-l
l'iimiiiis-i i nl I.i.ii.l-iii.il ll.irks, Vi,1,11411,
for a api-i-liil Hi .<-1" .ui I1it.li.ir tin iii.-J..i<
In, in-, its, nl,, il Iiuui,. ."lllll ol 1\ lllillier. Ill
Smuli linsl Kiiiili-iiu.v:
riiuiiiniii-ilii. liliu mil'' ii.al  mul Illl .l.niiis
liinlli nl Ilie smil!i,i,.sl eini il llrel -'a
lii-elia'i., lot No, IIHIH, tlifiiif .iiuiii olio mile.
eusl ( mile, niniil   "lie  mile llllll   Kiwi "lie
mile In III-plilie "1 lie-iiiililui. Illl
Oat.il Ufintii-i* llll.i iiuui.
Timber Notice
Nnllep la la-rol.y uii-eii tlmt Hiirly ilu.va nf
i.r ilule f. I', link, i- nlil npply I., Hi,. I'l.iel
('i,iiiliii».Hi.i,.'ii.tl.ui..l«iiii.l lV.uk*., Virturlu,
ft,,* iisjiei I..1 lii I'll,-' lu .'ill. Iiml.' I Itiolol-
liiii'iuuiti'H'i'il'i'il lnmla, ill "I Win.Iii.r< in
Soiilli Rum K.ui ny:
I iiiiiiii ina in Hm Muiil'iii.,. eonier ul
.Inm.', I'lllll,' li en, lot No. II1II7; llienee
ll-rot H7 elllllliB mill ■ lis, lu I lie enst KhJf
llfiO. r. Ulvgir'a lieen,.'.Illieiuo i.i.rlli uo
,-linlna. lli.-iu-.' .vest oao ni.le. lli.-t.vniiorili Is
tll.ull.fl. tl„- inst,  11" eluiili, more"rli'HH
I,I nesl siil-ut lul 0107. tliea e '.ulltll I" tile
pill.'., ii'li-nii.liili-!. ' | II"
llilleilllliiliollllli. lllll.'l.        1
Timber Notic'e
Nollra I, luir.-l.y aii-.-n liuii- .il.irly .ln.v» niter, lule V. II   linker nlil npl'ly III llif'.'Iiii'l
Iioni llif Brat piil.tifiitioa lien"t n .lupliente   Cromtwlonor "I l.iiiul,.in.l ,«■ «^>. Viel.iriii,
„f.l,,.lellillenl....t 'I'lllo tn Ilie I1I...V.1 n.ell-   Iur .1 ,|.e. i.l lie « .'.It if ml.er ,n.   In. I"l<
llo.oil Lot Ho.  lllo.k  -HI,  Tuivn  ul' ('inn-   liini'.ll.l.-.e.i I liunl,. suilllli "I . iinliu.i, in
l.nuik IMuplli-.il). in Hi.' iinia...if.l.iliii I'.. .1 , H'.nil'Rust I'""'.-"''!::      1
Vnii.l.ineii •»-1,l.-l.*".-rtiII.-•• I.-1» .liifi-il ll.c Hn li      I'omni- ncii'i: tllren mlM amitli nml olio
il,,,-  „l  llieeuiliir,    lim".    uml  liuniliereil   niil slulll lli«,.,l./oii,e, ol I..1 .V.I71),
ItllUHK ■»'   lllll'. MllOl-OOll,        I lli-iui- llllllll (lie lilllc, *lf./t oil., mile,, ll.
Ilinlllel. lli'K'wIel'.       01,0 mill, mill I IU ,lllli/t" ilu-11 II
mounts, nnd llmroims I truilslng nlong   | | tienisiry nilli-c, N Iran, U, t*. 'bIohIiir.
Illl! J'unil will. 11 KIII..0 bOg II Ua II IHIU.* I      '.111, (Vlull-r, llllll. IU Iluliil (letulier Slh, ItlOfl.
N..H--
nll.r iln
I'liuii!!---
Iur 1 11
Irom Uie
Unsl l<:„
T -i
Kouili'1,1
11. Iini.).
11 .i.-l min min.
Timber Notice
i. a r liy ui.
1 l.n
il.i
llml   llilrly iln.vs
imply <>• I'"-' lii-l
.1 lV,,lks. Vi in
; Vroom & Dezall   :
; 1
S Blacksmiths
! :
• Horse Shoeing I
> {
; Carnage Repairing and      I
', Qeneral Jobbing.... ♦
* (lutsltlc UrJir.1 Promptly ,
' Alleniled in. !
i r
.'*■•»»••.••••*•*»•♦ •« .***®
Perry & Fitzgerald
DRAYING AND
FREIGHTING
If you w.int your hauling
done promptly .ind right, give
me a call.
Sole Asenls in Cranbrook for
QALT COAL
Drink Home Beet
It is Pure
ll Is Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewingo.
rimbe
r Notice
rein in.
-I ilmi lliirty ilnyanf-
- Hiker
..ill npply 11 llinClill'f•
nf Lllll
Lllllll ...Hi,,. Vieliii'ill
  1,
,1,1   1 inliei Hie lul
'■"	
.   ..ml, ul IVimliier. Ill
 I,
il  Imli inlli,,111111,
Timber Notice
Xi.li.e
.I,.,,,. M.
Illlssi	
l-eillii-sii
Iniili Iln
||-4 4      1     ,4 4,1,     41.4,.     Hi
I.,- I,- nlil npp . lu II,-
"II mils 1 llml.,. \
11   1.    .111 nml .-.in n,
nllill.1   -.- •! ..-.Hull
lllll     II
lllll    >
-1111,11
Ku,! km
s 1,    III
'|'|,'-'|,"'||"|l'»"',    M-'sM ^
tl."    1
1     I...I
imlr,m,1.1 1 t.i
1 tilth'In |il
DnlnlHi'i !■■
Tlmtci' Notice
Noli.'.'
Illil'IViIll
Ilu- ('lii.
Works :i
nn.l .-nn
illl!   ill's*
Koolciui
('4.1111,1
in   1 In- i-iii-ii llml   n ill,in
1-a A.   K. i.ui.-i-li  uill  apply 1..
f (' nilwloiini ol Lnmla 'uml
Vieiiiiin for ponniulnn lo out
niv.il- ll.iilior Ira... il.i- 1'iiji.nv-
i*ilii*il'..liii!.iii iii Suiiili   Hist
lii-l 11s  |...sl hlnnloil niniil
801*011 I'll
l.miti,l:4-i
mile, lie
Im, ,l,i|, .-.mill uf llu-si.illl,   est
T.01 x,,.':ii;iiii,i un ilm uorlli
,,,! iiiiii, 1I1-111-4, north ono
1 1 -ili-.ii-i,(li i-i.1-liiil- uml
un,! ono
llnli'.l
Noli.*.
Inr nnl.
I llllllllis
Si'|.l4ii, "IMl. 11111m
Timber Notice
»111 relet |*iV
TICK I* I S
III V,l)  PROM All.
POINTS I:AST
Ml ^A
lll'l
Inyarl,
liel Ilie!
,l»l|l|t..l«
uiilil 11,11
L. lllik.r Hill I
-rot t.iiii.lsniiil Worka. Viol nri
)i...|.<- id -ul   liiuliei Hie li
l,,-,l liunl,, Sllliill III   lllll.m.
1 in
Hilllll  1 I ll.e,1 liliu.,
 in,-,Inl X" lins.'
,<■,'!. nnl- mil-, uurlli
III, 1 -nll.,1.
U.,1-,1 Del..1,-1-lllll, I
nil 20 Olil
.!' tin lllll,
SiiOI-jr   LINE
St. Paul, Duliilli. Minneapolis,
CliiciiRii fuiii points cast
■1 lu-eiii.'li l*i,l;i— anil Toorl.t Sleoper,
IDuliil nn I r.iiln'i MmnKili). oilu'iii'i (nr,
DAILY TRAINS: PAST TIMBi   SERVICE
AND SCEMIUV lIMilUALlEU
1*1)1* Ilule-.. l-ul.t.-rs on,! l'n',1 .nriinaa-lnli
mil 11
.' lllllll
II. T. LANDECK, Aireiit,
(JntcAvnyi
A. II. C. DENNISTON,
(1. VV, P. A., Scalt'o, Waslil iiii: cbahbbook. herald
■*f
They      I
Must Qo!|
A quantity Ladies',
Mantles in grey kersey!
cloths, sizes from 32.
to 38. Semi-fitting
styles. Original prices
$8 to $14. While'
they last only
$5.00
GO CARTS
FOR THE BABY
FINE SIDEBOARDS
CHINA BUFFETS
EXTENSION TABLES
DININO   CHAIRS
i Reid & Co.
?.f .* .- i.-i ^0^^f.*y*****,**^i>i>f^0
•l,ra M
$ '-' '.'      a ,i ^
i     .. \. \ ^^v^fiui^      <>
,   - -v4_i-jjlilte--*-, t
|    .jBli!i;,-^'^P»^ I
■-S                Fancy China i
.*X          in Robillt Blue an*! Wedgewood and other delicate **
* St'         shade-, artistically decorated.    -*>     Bread and Butter 5H
*-t>         Plates in lhe old willow patterns.   Plain, ordinary 0
1"*$ •     . dtlil lor everyday and kitchen use.   Pink and white 0
m*.         Jir.d while and gold in better quality at ^i*,
-               O.T. ROGERS I
•*(•.      Fancy and Staple Groceries and Crockery 0
\                         Cranbrook, B. C. M
^> m ?************w******G
»•••••■ • ■•>■,'•(•;• • • • <■
i ihe Prettiest Garment !
J iB.-il    ilutcly worthless Unless it  lits nicely.   Hi-iiily-iii.-uli- gar- ,
| iiiiiu-.,,., mado up by tin- thousands  for rcady-iiiadc figures. ,
J   They lack individuality aud  rarely Iiiim- either flyl 'lit.    Wo J
j keep uu rciidy-initdo goods, bill  in.-iki-  rvi-ry garment especially I
J l„ ni-,!- :*.
I RfcSWEYN & GRIFFITH, ]
j Cranbro ■'.. Block                                              Cranbrook, B. C. j
■ ■
v V
■   t    l!.;il your homo witli n *
Sunshine
»
Furnace..
The I" sl hooter for this district ns  J
. il    gi\*08    |..-rf.-.|    S.-llisllll-li.UI    with    [
..„ soft colli.    Call and-e-t partii-ul.ir*.
Also see our lil
U-I pnl'llCUinrg.   ,
McClary's
Famous Stoves
All kind i of sheet metal work, blower piping, etc. ;
Patmore Brothers,
Plumbing, Heating and Ventilating Engineers j
ii i iiiiuiii
in-xl l.illii' M.,<-.....n.-ll l-'ui-uitiiivCi
uii- - --' ■ !\;--..r;.!iii3iiiMR:3i'[a33:Miam;'3']
i
1   You Need a New Suit
1
•''I II  111 ll  I    111.' - :, '.   VI Ili.lll.l   I ill-i'tlll ill 111,'
i i-lii.ii.   Wi .,u. L*ii. ...ii nun llilll uill I I-
[>! in   <|i!ali<v.  workmanship anil   |ii-in'.
II   -,-   : .   .mil   in-   UIU'   Slot-It,      lllll-.-|..lll.-i4 lll-ll
lo iu I'nnil tnoli l.y Crnnbrook p.-oph'.   Thoy
, ■ nit,
b_\
1
Leask & Henderson
G\
[■: G •*.■■'■ •. ■: ■ •:::-. ^EEiSilHIErailSIMHS 131
'<H'*****************.******'*'.
1
1
n
e Cosmopolitan
n
J. R. Downes, Proprietor       m
Cranbrook, B. C. 1
iM
m
i
g Two well lighted and furnace heated M
m sample rooms. A firstclass hotel with m
m firstclass service. Popular with the m
0 public. |
>*'•*. $.*W*W,*,,£a']
COSY COUCHES
BED LOUNGES
EASY CHAIRS
FANCY TABLES
THE NACCONNELL,
FURNITURE  CO.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
LOCAL NOTES
Picked  l'p Abdul Ilie City  by Asking
Questions ol Many People.
Uill r.iiiiiu!.     A|.| ly to .Mi--, li.
II. Iiiiuiii.
Mrs. P. Lunil iii.it.-.1 Wnrdner
..vi r Sunday.
S. I'. Wallace, i.l Pernio, M-a.-i in
lown Saturday.
Tinii Cnvon returned from Calgary last Saturday.
.1. A, Harvey, of Fort Steele,
iinn in town Wednesday,
Paul Hundley nml wife wore
Cniiilii-iuili visitors Monday.
Two rooms to rent on Baiter
hill,        Mra. W.-I. Henderson,
.). S. t'luli". customs insprctor,
Ivan in town ii short li,...- Saturday.
Xin;.-i photo's shmilil In- tnken
mnv. Prest Photo Co.
Lust Tuesday was All Saints'
tiny, ami ivuh duly observed by tho
churches.
Miss Gurd returned lasl Wednesday from Lulhliridgo, whore bIui
visited friends.
sit for your Xnins. photo now.
No lime t.. lose.
Prist  Photo Co;
Tin- hospital Ladies' Aid will
meel nl Mrs. I'. li. Morris'  Thura-
ilny i today i at I p. in.
Hallowe'en pnssed oil very
quietly in Crnnbrook. The small
boy iliil nol do much iliiiiingu this
Delays are dangerous, mnv is tlio
lime in .-it for your picture.
Prest Photo Co.
Mr. ami Mrs. I'aivn.-il and baby
nre the guests of Mrs. C. W.
Edwards.
Mi- Nn i.i came up from Macleod Tuesday to spend a few days
in Crnnbtook,
Miss, si Jessie and lailn Leitch
iv. ul In U'thliridgo last Tuesday
for :i I'i'i -I' visit.
I'ais are getting short, sil early
in the .lay for those pictures yon
intentl gelling for Xnins.
Presl I'liol" Cp.
Mr. mid Mrs. Colpmnn and
children liuve returned from n
week's visil t.. Nelsun.
See P.-allie's toy windows nest
Saturday al Uie King Morenntilo
ii,iu|.auy's former Bland.
Mrs. Iirini-itiiiii anil Mrs. Bin.
more, ul Fori Steele, were shopping
iu I....u lasl Snturdoy.
(*. K. IiiiiI ,.. ('.... ami Bealo ifi
Elwell luni- pul up attractive signs
in fronl "f thoir ntDivn.
.Imlii Langl.iy, immigration inspectoral iln- Boundary lino, paid
Cmnbrook a visil last Friday.
Mr. nml Mrs. Jl. B, King returned Insl Sunilny from their Irip fo
Iln- Territories nnd West Kootonay.
Miss Blltlor, who nci-onipmiii-d
Mrs. P. Lund from Spokune us
iiursi'. returned to her home last
Tuesday;
Mr, Patmore, of Morrissey. c-mu-
.down to spend Sunilny wiih tlio
members of his family iu Crnn-
j brook,
I Mr. Hcdley. of lhe Nelson
branch of the Canadian lliink of
Commerce, passed through town
Wednesday on his wny enst. '
.Initios Ryan has fitted up the
r.-oius over the Mcliiitos ment tuiu--
kel in lim- shape,   This will give
.Iln-   Cruubrook   liolel   HI   extra
Von won't break the glass if you
sii early iu the dny fur ymir photo.
Prest Photo Oo.
Tin- Ladies Aid society of the
Methodist church will h"hl their
ni.i.iiiil sal.* nml bazaar in Wont,
wi.rth Imli mi Thursday, November 2U.
Charles   Armstrong   nnd    Dr.
(In i a mul to tin* Territories lust
.... I, I..I a hunt. They ivport
. xi, Hi ni luck.
Tli" Clam Mnthes 1roui». will
open n three i.iul.t*. engugemellt nt
tin- Wentworth hull next Thursday
night.     'I'linl   is .f the few
companies tliiil give patrons full
i.ilu- I, i- iln ir imi.icy.
Vmi I.mnv th.. folks enst would
| rill her linve your photo lliuu nny-
I lllinu .-l...- Im- Xuil.B.    Sit now.
Presl Photo Co,
I. M. .M.-inslii-lil. manager of the
Laurie Lumber company, was in
imui yesterday looking after l.usi-
ni'ss iiir tin- compauy. 'I'lu- directors Iiui.' changed the name to tho
Si. Mans River Lumber company,
Thomas Rader, ol tin- Western
liolel. Morrissey, wns n Crnnbrook
visitor Monday.
ll is possible tn join Prof. Hepburn's (lancing class nt any time.
Tin- class will meet next week on
Aii'.inlay iiml Wednesday, evenings.
Let your photo travel east and Unlove of the "old folks" will travel
Hi-lit. I'rt-Bt Photo Co.
Bettor weather never wns seen
ilian this section uf the country is
enjoying lliis fall. It is simply
perfect, nnd a grent lioost for
Crniibrook ns a tirsU-luss health
resort.
Airs. Georgo Clarke, who has
been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Leitch the past few weekB, left
Tuesday un her return trip to her
Iiiiiin- neiir Ottawa. She inet
muny Crniilmink people and liinde
ninny friends during h.-r brief stay
here!
P. McConnell will leave about
the 20th of the month with a
bunch of horses to winter nt Islnml
ti. lielow Wurdner. Anyone desiring to arrange for horses should
call nt the store before that time.
Tho service iu the Methodist
church next Sunday at 11 a. in.
nud 1:1)0, Bible school ut H p.m.
Strangers iu ilu- city cordially invited, The pastor will begin his
series uf sermons ou "The iSeveu
DovUb of .Modern Society.''
Ouy camera glass cnn stand the
biegrst "Westerner'' lo Ihi found.
Prest Photo Co.
There is n i-hnnce to get a steam
laundry in Crnnbrook, if the people
will uinke a showing ub to pntrou-
nge, A plant will cost between
$1500 nml SiiOOO. nnd in a town
like tliis .-.Iiiiuiii be une of the liest
paying business propositions in
the country,
('. A. Wntkins, of the local
brunch of Ilu- Canadian Bank of
Commerce, hns been transferred to
the Fernie branch. Mr. Wntkins,
during his residence in Cranbrook,
hns niiidi- muny frieu.lB who regret
vory iiui.li Indeed his departure.
•l.ll. Downes of the Cosinopoli-
luii hotel, renewed his lease on the
building from N, Hanson, this
week, fur the next three years.
Mr. Dowiu-s contemplates some
extensive improvements iu the
liolel Unit will mid to its nttactive-
The I'lnrn Mnthes company will
be in Crnnbrook three nights next
ivi-i-k. commencing with Thursday night   Tho company this yenr
lis slronger thun when here Inst
season, ami should play to packed
hiiusen. Thoy hnve always given
satisfaction to Cranbrook audiences,
.Mr. uml Mra. George Hoggnrth'
of Klk". ure visiting Cruubrooll
relatives this week.
The 1-uiinnn season is alx.ut over
There will U* plenty i.f entertainments this winter, 1-otli of n
spiritual and worldly  nature,   to
keep everybody iu Craubrook busy j
The change nf weather is about
due.    A year llg" now il seiviv bliz-
zard was raging,
II. L. Stephens mul Mall Rook-
endorf, of lhe Alexandra hotel |
Morrissey Mines, an- in town today. It is Mr. Rockendorf'B lirsl
visit to his uld stamping grounds
in si-vi-n months, and his many,
friends wen- pleased tn see him:
and know that In* is prospering,
llmi'l wait until two weeks hefure Xmas. lo sii for y.mr picture,
('"ine UOW. Prest I'luito Co.
The Kings Birthday dance to be
given nt tin- big Alexandra hotel
nt Morrissey Mines next Monday
evening promises to be one of tlu>
swell events of the season, and
quite a number will attend frmn
Craubrook,    The full  Fernie or-
hestra will be iu attendance, ami
it is safe to say Unit the proprietors, Stephens Bros. A- Co,, will
fully sustnin their reputation ns
entertainers,
Mr. and Mrs.Hhrry Ralii.-hiiiul
opened their handsome cottage
home to their friends last Friday
night. It was a pleasing house
warming, and the guests luni a
most enjoyable time, Dancing
wus the program fur the evening.
and about 12 o'clock un elegant
lunch was served, At n lute hour
the guests departed, wishing the
host and hostess all kinds of prosperity and happiness in their new
home.
Alex. McLennan, brother nf D.
J, McLennan, passed through
through Craubrook lust week from
the coast, where he has been on a
vacation trip. There are three
brothers conductors on the C, P.
R., "Rory,1' who lives here. K. Mc-
Leuiiou, passenger conductor on
the "Crow," and Alex is a conductor running out of Fort Wil-
iiim.
!SEP'QUR LEATHER GOODS:
Wc have a choice line of Chatelaine
Bags ami Purses.   Largest stock in
■•-• East Kootenay.
R. E. BEATTJE
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'Thomas Drummond, representing the II. of L. E., and E. Brown,
representing the B. of L, F„ left
this week for Montreal, to join
other representatives of the two
organizations from every division
of the 0. P. R. in their efforts to
secure nn advance iu wages.
William Sneddon, an energetic
Scotchman who located in Cran-
1 brook last spring, hns proven to be
i a valuable acquisition to the town.
j lie is nn old country gnrdncr, and
hns demonstrated liis ability in
thut line by some of his work on
private yards in Crnnbrook. Mr.
Siiodili-ii hns purchased property
here, nnd built a home an.l proposes to cuter upon' the work of
guidening on u large scale, In thu
'inoiintlnic he is looking nfter work
of Unit kind for the residents, and
whatever he does is done well.
The Hirold Nelson Company.
The people of Crnnbrook enjoy
ed uu artistic treat on Ttiesdny nnd
Wednesday nights of tliis week, it
being the occasion of the return
engagement of Harold Nelson and
his excellent compnny. "Quo Vad-
is" was tlie bill the first* night, nud
although the stage facilities wen
limited for such an elaborate production, yet the effects produced
were wonderful, and the lighting
wns admirable. This grent reli|
ious drama furnishes n Hue field
for histrionic talent, and Mr. Nel
son uud his leading mnn, Mr.
Bruce, took full advantage of it.
In fact, in this play, the honors arc
evenly divided, not only in the
characters represented, but in tin-
work done. . As Marcus Vinicius.
Mr. Nelson gave a strong intcrpri1
tution of the impulsive, tender
hearted, but brave and noble Roman, while Petrouius, the calm,
cynical philosopher, was presented
iu a most impressive manner by
Mr. Brace. Miss Scott, as the
treacherous wife of Nero, nnd Miss
McKcny, as Lygin. made u strong
impression, while Miss Stuart, ns
Eunice, the slave of Petrouius,
captured Uie audience by her iiiuif*
fectctl grace and simplicity. Tin
play affords opportunities for ul
the east, and fully demonstrated
the fact that the company is a well
balanced one.
tin Wednesday night Richelieu
was presented to another crowdig]
house, that »ns appreciative to tin
close. To maify who have sei-i
Mr. Nelson in his various clinrnc-
ters, Richelieu is his strongest
The shrewd, fur seeing nnd id
powerful cardinal was depicted in
a most realistic manner. Iu his
moments of terrible rage, of his
diplomatic suavity, of Ids physic
weakness, of his tenderness of
heart, of his intense loyally to
France, Mr. Nelson arose to sublime heights, that held liis audi
ence breathless at times, ami thei
again aroused them to enthusiastic
applause. The support was very
good, except in the lust act, when
the lending ludy displayed n
lamentable weakness in her lim s
Tlie costumes were In th appro*
pi-iute nnd rich nt nil limes, thus
lidding materially to the general
gootl effect. 'I hos ■ v ho enjoyed
the two evenings' entertainment
are phnsodto kno,v that Mi. Nelson will rettiri tonioti-iic in D.
ccml-cr.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
hnve ..pi-n.-l our new stnr.' in tin  Gilpin store roon
i..f street.    We will carry n general liiieol
Fancy (frocetlea, llty (iouds, Clotting. Bon!.--, Sh-ies,
-.   Onr goals uii! be ,,l the best.'and th.* pri      lhe lowest
invite yoiMo call.
MANNINC & LACEY
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j|             MeDERMOT CO. BOWNESS.
SB Wholesale 'Wine   and   Spirit   Merchants
ifi Sublux Beer       | fhe Highest Brands           rhe Urint and
H &ElfiP'.    '•■>*-■ of SCUICH and          ».J ■»" A»»rltne«l
mm Hubs *li> mlefi    wH.i.u**;           olUomesIc
iffi; (lulniii- 5 Slum     i IKliM     \M1I--1*.IF:S              ,   ,Ji;s
$> A complete stock of Slgars, consUtt'ng oi thc
4*> I'Pharaoh,',' --l.tilJortiina," "Irving," ..linr-
i^> rlstcr," ■•M«iiuiucnt," --Hilda" nnd others,
^i Mail Ordjirs Promptly Attended to. Telephone 17
Uj, Write for Prices. CftANBROOK, B. C.
U^ Agents lor T. l.ebel & Co., Hay and drain.
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Friday, October 23rd will be
Our Opening Day	
Conn- and. inspect,, mr promises, our entirely new stock of Drags,
Drug Siiiidi-ios. Stai.iolicrv. Fme-v Ci-obds. Perfumes, etc.
Chas: E. Reid & Co.,
The New li:
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None Better In the District
Rates Si and up. ' Short Orders and Oysters
served in any style from 8 p. m. to 6 a. m.
JO Thc table is the best, the rooms are unsurpassed fur clean
P^ liness and comfort and.the bar is supplied with thc best brand
£3 of liquors and cigars.
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Oiic.-ts Com fori a Specialty
Qood Stablin? in Connection
Nunrem to rath ond ami depot,    lins ftCOQntniodfl-
'titms for the public UHtquallod in Cranbrook.
Hot and Cold Baths"
JAMES  RYAN
 Proprietor
Cold Weather
Is Coming On
Hi
luve a tine tin."
HEATERS
COOKERS
The BEST Hindi
kept iii ii firstolas
Also any tiling
hardware storo.
J.-D. HcBride THE   CltASliROOK   HERALD
In the Lumberman's Shanty
One of the hardest things in the life of the lumbermen, thc miner uml
the prospector is being deprived of tha good things to eat which men
luve who live comfortably ;it home.
Victor Brand of Evaporated Cream has brought
l good living into the camp and the ihanty.    For nil Cooking
r Tea and for Coffee it is fully equal to the richest fluid treain.
Mfd. by The Cturlottttown Coadtoitd Milk Co., CtattottttowB, P. E. 1. I
Why Pay More for Your Insurance than it is Worth?
For REASONABLE RATES together with PERFECT PROTECTION
ST ARNOLD & ROBERTS,
REALESTATE&INSURANCE
Tt
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puipoi
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M.irkets
in all the
Principal
Towns in
British
Columbia.
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Meat Merchants
Fresh and Cured Meats Fresh
Fish, da me and Poultry.
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Wc supply only thc best.   Vour
trade Is solicited.
THE TWO BIG HOTELS
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
LAND DEPARTMENT
FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Ctmndinn Pacilic Railway company control n large area uf the
choicest farming and ranching lands in tho Klk. Kootenay, Columbia
inn! Slocan valleys in the Kootenny districl and in th*1 Kettle river and
<>knmitfiiii v:illi'\s in the Boundary distriot. A large majority oi these
hinds nre remlilj accessible l>\ railway,
I THE WENTWORTH
OPERA
HOUSE IN
CONNECTION
A MODERN  HOTEL
IN A MODERN TOWN
ROLLINS & DICKINSON,
Proprietors.
THE ALEXANDRA
I). L. Stephens, J. li. Stephens, J. I.awson, M. Kockendurl
The principal requisite of a new town is
ample hotel accommodations. The big
Alexandra hotel supplies this need in
Morrissey Mines.
STEPHENS BROS. & CO.
The Hotel with the Big Dining Room
THE   AUSTRALIAN  HOTEL
Is known from Winnipeg to Vancouver
You get your money's worth
THE HOUSE WITH THE GOODS
AUSTRALIAN HOTEL
STEPHENS BROS., Props.
MORRISSEY, B. C.
Tin- (i-ijiv
nf hinds tinder
l.y Ilu- till
Mill Uill' V.-.-tl1   lll'lll
I'lu- following IiiiiI
TERMS OF PAYMENT
' ul'|itiili-i|.iil .-nnl illlrl-i'st. i-xi-i-|it in tin-i-llBl-
-rt>, is iiii tiiiil into It'll insliilitii'iits ns shown
: t.. In -mill nl th,. lim,. i.l' pnrehnse, tin- scc-
1 pun-huso, Ilie tliinl lim years, mul bo on.
iln- min.mil ..!' tin- ,'iiiiiuiil Instalments oil
In-low; tin-Hi
dale
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UlO nrniB ul iliil' ii ii |irii
Iiiiiin-. nl $2.50 iiiim-. lul
itiil in*.nl   It.OU |« in-   I -i im.iiiim ni
Iiiiiiii-.nt  II >i> |- in   I .i inslnlincnl
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UlO iu*, nl   l..'.>i|i.:'.>i.'. Isi itiflliiliiii.nl
Hiii in-, nl   5.00 |j-i-iii- 1st iustalmciil
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uii.l.-r tlie iiiimi. conditions
Ialtui.nl $ .V.i.'.i|.'.i.-,|ii.-il inslul'ls i.r* B0.00
?l.'.lll.'.li.i|iinl inslul'ls i.f 80,00
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!l.'i,s:i.'.I,-,|ii.-il inslul'ls,,f 80.00
l07.Mn,lliiitllll1llBtliriBo( '.HUM
lll).8.\ll equal Ii-bIiiI'Ib of   100.00
II !
tlll-lll'i.
.will I..- nil.
i tl... usual
charged on overdue
i nml. i- S*_'..'.il jn r iii-n- iin* suli! mi sliitl-li't' liliu-.
DISCOUNT FOR CASH
.1 is iniili Im- in lull nt llin limn nl' iHiivliiisi'. ii reduction fmiu
'I t-i in'  In toll  pi'l'i-rnl nu tin* iiiniiiinl |iiliil ill
nli ul.
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FORT STEELE ITEMS
THE HOFFMAN HOUSE
Q. E. ORIFF1TH, Proprietor.
ELKO, B. C.
W.-ll furnished comfortable roouiB, good meiilu.   Stop
Iiiim wllfti in town
BRICK
We have a stock ol
Common Brick,
Pressed Brick,
Fire Brick
and Tile
Those wanting chimneys, fire
places, boilers lined, or any job
work in the brick line call on
Geo. R. Taylor
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GEARY & DOYLE
Proprietors ** j* **'
We to-vt • lilt ilMk >t 5
Ladies' Novelties, I
Children's Cloaks, |
Drtss Goods, j
Toys, Etc. I
Dlretl laipartatlaia Iran Ei|ltM il _
twill*. Price*. X
MRS. LACEY 1
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THE CRANBROOK
SlflN WORKS
For Signs, Window Blinds
Show Cirds, Banners, Etc
EASTERN PRICES
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l-'.nlti .1.0 rriHIH'ctiir.
Pan M.mro, on his return from
Bull rivor, will niiike tlio necessary
preparations to trap nil winter in
tlmt vicinity,
Mr. nml Mrs. T. W, Witlkor,
formerly of Olds, Alberta, will
miike tlieir future homo ut Fort
Steele.
('liiml Mansfield. Orniibrook, wns.
slinking IiiuuIb with olil time
friends ut Steele Sunilny Inst.
Win. O'Henie uml Prof. Hepburn, Crnnbrook, were registered
ut the Tmperiiil Wednesday.
J. O, Cummings, P. L, S., hits
gone to Fording river to survey
coal locutions, controlled by Femii
IJoonle.
T. T. McVittie, P. L. 8„ hns
received u contract for the surveying of n number of mineral claims
ou Tracy creok. The outfit left
Steele Thursday.   They will snr-
-y the Golden Fleece an.l Stanley
mint's uud when this is done, the
listollu group of live claims will Ik-
surveyed.
A very pretty wedding took
place nt the residence of Kev. W.
li. Fortune, Cranbrook, oil Wed-
uesdiiy. October 21st. The contracting parties were Miss Margaret Cameron and Charles (.runt
Powell of Fort Steele. The happy
couple liuve returned, nnd will
reside at the ranch of Mr. Powell,
on the Kootenay river south ot
Fort Steele.
Tt-iuii'i mul driven furiiiahetl for any
point in Hit- district,
HARRY FAIRFIBI.D
Manager   j,  j*   j»
Have Vou Any Pilnllnf lo be Due*
Do Any ol Vour Roomi Need Pipcrlt**,*
IF SO SEE
W. N. CLARKE.
Estimates given on large contracts. W'e don't wnnt the
i earth. We want to please
you with tin- work and receive
reiisoniil.il- pay.
Royal Hotel, Craaorook
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Harriage
Yes. und tin- CITY BAK-
I'iltY is tho placo togeta nice
wedding .like and ornaments
iu tlm Inli'st. style. Why semi
your order out of town and
perhaps Imvc the icning broken by shipping. Prices right. X
I'lmni- SI (lppoalle M. E. Ctnrili 1
C. W. WILSON,      I
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BOILERS
and ENGINES
5*w Mill riachinery
Planing mil Machinery
Iron Working riachinery
Mining riachinery
Machinery lorjall Purposes
All ol very but makes.
WrHe
J. L. Neilson A Co.,
Ml Mill St., Wlailpei
THE
STRATHC0NA
Formerly Hotel Phalr
NELSON, B. C.
B. TOriPKINS, Manager.
Thia hotel is one of tlie liest in
British Columbia anil up-to-date
in every respect. Well lighted
sample rooms,
FERNIE NEWS
From llio l-'ni- I'ri'Hn.
Notice has been published by
the assistant timber inspector, that
thirty days hence the property of
the Carbon Creek Lumber company will Im. sold by the goveriiinent for non-payment of royalty.
The saw mill plant, machinery,
horses, wagons, lumber, etc., will
In- Sold.
A. .1. Purdy & Co., are enlarging
their premises nt the rear of their
liiui.. store building. The large
room formerly occupied ns the
cigar factory is being converted into u toy room and when the Christmas stock arrives it will Ik- ttlled
to overflowing. Another smaller
room is reserved for dolls alone.
A new post office has been erect-
ill nt Coal Creek mines, under the
naine of Coal Creek. W. W
Thompson, manager of The Trites*
Wood Co, store nt that point, hns
been appointed postmaster. Necessary papers were forwarded by the
lepartmeut this week nnd the
olnee will be, opened on November
1st. It is expected that on the
start the office will be largely dependent on the Fernie office,
ITEMS FROM MOYIE
Crnn-
Moyie
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Eagle Cafe
QkMlt P«|uin, Prop.
Morrissey Mines, B. C.
! Tht beat tataurant in
South Ei«t Kootenay.
When you vbit the
town be sure and try it
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From Um .Movie Uiutt-r
Miss Daisy Hillier, o
brook, is visiting with
friends.
A. H. Trent, one of Elko's leading hotel moil, silent yesterday in
town.
Lewis Thompson hns left for the
Boundary country to spend the
winter.
R, E, S. Tuylor. the Methodist
missionary ut this place, is recover-
rapidly from his attack of typhoid
fever.
Louis.. Niedcrstiult. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Ni.Hlerstu.lt
came home Tuesilay from Spoknn.
wliere she has lieen receiving treatment for her eyes.
The dunce given in the hull last
evening was a huge success in
every wny, and reflected credit on
the two girls who got it tip— .Ten
uie Smith and Ida Whitehead. It
was given iu honor of Miss Jessie
Guthrie nnd Miss May Clement,
who will lettve next Mondny for
Nelson,
BLAIRMORE NEWS,
Another Find at Poplar.
Poplar, Oc*. 80. The most
remarkable discovery yet hud on
Poplar creek was the tind Hindi'
yestenluy on the Spyglass claim.
The whole   enmp   wus electrified
I'lu- i'iiut|i:tnv is ulso int
Orniibrook, Kimberly, Aldrl
tlei-r,-ii-d. LoiHonton! Castle
Greenwood, Midwny, Nnkv
Kiiinlmijis. Terms of pnyn
six uml twelve mouths, llilll
For further iini-lk-ului-
W. M. Frost, Gateway, Monti
K. li. Bruce, Wilmer, B.C.
V, Hydo Baker, Crauhrook, B. O,
J. T. Burgess, Kitchener, B.C.
E. Miillai.duine. Jr.. Creston. 11. ('.
(i. K, St.ickor. Ciiscmle. ll. ('.
F, C, Elliot, Troul Lake City, B. C.
TOWN  LOTS
su-il in tho following tnuTinitt's: Elko,
t*. Kitohcwr. Creston, Proctor, Nelson,
i*. CiiBCfulo Cily, Gmiitl Porks, Eholt,
. Arrowhead, Uovelstoke, D-mmlil uml
i air one-third cush ami the bnlnnce \w
if-ivst.
|i|ilv to the following locnl ngents;
.1. A. McCnllum, Grand Porke,B.O.
(i. A. Rondoll, Eholt,B.C.
A, Ki-riiuson. Greenwood', H. 0.
.1. D. Silil.;il.l. Rovelstoke, B. O.
Thomas Ahriel, Nnkusp, B. C.
F. .1. Fultuii. KnudoopS) !i. V.
MORRISSEY ITEMS,
From tin. Iii*.4|ii,ti-li.
Tt is nunoriHl that the Crows
Nest Southern railway will build a
depot and freight sheds here in the
near future, making Morrissey
Mines its terminus, This together
with reduced rates on the line,
should greatly help our town,
A happy event took place at the
Junction this morning when Mr.
Chns. Estes was united iu marriage
to MiBS Pearl Henry. Bev. G. E.
Smith performed the ceremonies,
The yonug couple left for California where they will spend their
honeymoon,
What might have been a serious
accident occurred on Saturday
afternoon nt the Junction when
Jas. Mecrcndy's team ran nwny.
Meeri'iuly triiil to stop them, but
one of the horses kicked him in the
head, inflicting n misty wound,
llr. Wils in was culled and put live
stitches In the wound, Mr,
Mei-rcady will soon la. nrouud
again if concussion docs not
develop...
U. G. Moffatt went to Nelson ou
Sunday to attend the re-count, but
it did not come elf as the previa
cial .secretary would not ullow the
Imllot l-oxes to leave Victoria. Mr.
Moffatt returned on Tuesday morn-
ing.
A lnrge force of carpenters are
busy on the erection of the twenty
live cottages for the company
Some of the houses are already
well under wny and nu effort wil
be made to complete them nil be
fore winter.
tliis morning when John Winr-uist
tin- owner, brought to town a live
pound sample of quartz literally
sputtered with pure gold and silver.
Gold iu quart's hus become common
hero, but this phenomenal sample
shows not only native gold but
silver, and Winquist, who is a aios
conservative prospector, declares
he has a paystreak measuring 10 to
14 inches in a vein of white quart***,
averaging four foot in width.
The Spyglass group of three
claims is located eleven iniles from
town on Poplar crock, It was
located in Ksill!, but no attempt
to explore its remarkable veins was
made until this suniinei* when the
rich showing on the Lucky Jack
and the Swede group below caused
Winquist to start drifting oil the
vein. In it puystrenk thut shows
grey copper, lend und zinc and free
gold und silver. The samples
shown in camp are without doubt
specimens of the richest ore yet
discovered,
Today residents of Poplar have
literally stampeded to the scene of
the new discovery with the hope
of locating vacant ground,
What with the Lucky Jack,
the Swede, and Marquis tV- Gil-
lK'rt's Gold Park groups, already
conceded to be immensely rich,
this new discovery hns added uu-
other phenomenally rich property
awaiting capital for development.
Or J. S. DENNIS, Land Commissioner for British Columbia,
at Calj-ary, Alberta.
From tlio Timea.
Todny T, Ede will appear before
Inspector Davidson, nt Frank to
answer to the charge of practicing
as nn advocate without having
been duly qualified.
A seoreof miners arrived lust week
from France to work at. the Lille
Collieries. Most of these miners
were put to work nt the Grassy
Mountain camp of that company.
Married.
At the residence of the brides'
parents, Cnuibrook, on October
28th, lOOIl, by Rev. H. .1. Thompson, Mr, John P, Dnncnti to Miss
Mable Arnott Kelsey, both of
Cranbrook,
The Hernld extends its congratii
lotions U. the happy pair, and
wishes of a loug and prosperous
life.
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ThiB is nn exact cut of a line of
Clothing we tin- agents for, and
thiB line cnu only be found in one
store hi Cranbrook, Iliil & Co.'s
Maminol
hill-.' House,
MAKE MONEY
BY BUYING A SURE THING
THE STOCK OF THE
St. Eugene
Mountain
Mines, Ltd.
Its property is located on thc St. Eugene Mountain.
It h.is the St. Eugene lead.
It can be bought at 10 cents per share.
It is backed by mining men, not mining fakirs.
It will increase in value.
To make money in mining buy good stock loiv
and sell on the rise.
Beale, Hutchison & Elwell
Cranbrook Agents.
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All Kinds OI
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