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THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
VOLI'M I
CRANBROOK,   itlOTlsil   COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY,   MARCH   2    1905
NtMIIEB   4S
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
A NARROW ESCAPE     , RUN OUR OWN DEFENCE
Head Office, Toronto.
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Deposits Received.  Qeneral Hanking Business Transacted
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Capital, H.iid Up
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$3,UtK),tKX)
$3000,01)0
HEAD OFFICE, TCMCNTO, ONTARIO.
J T. R. Merrill. Pres.   D. R. Wilkie, Vice Pres. and Gen. Manager
t CWAINIIkOOK BRANCH i
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BOTH THESl'l STOCKS ARE RISING
Por ntiotntioiiB ask
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of u uloo ftaBortmonl "I
PliAKL JEWELRY
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yy       p     TATE,     JBWELER antl GRADUATE OPTICIAN
Oflldttl Wnti-li I, -!»•'" >r, C'nm-B Neat Pnra Drvimou, C. P, It.
This is the
FURNACE
that stood the test
during
old man Simpson's
recent off spell
of weather
INSTALLED BY
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J. D. McBRIDE
K    \   JONES WD KWlin   ARE
V\\ OHT W NIGHT IN THEIR
Hi RNINO HOME
Two weeki ago Mi    H    \   Junes,
* Mi", li.ttiv and twelve vimi ..Id in.v
had ii narrow escape from Ueat-h   by
| in.' nt ilieu ranch uoai tin- n th n|
I Saul eieek     Thev  had utll.il I,u   Un
. ninht ami it wu aboui 11 o elm h
when \ii .I..nes waa awakened bj the
-.mill ni imoke lie lumped ow ■ i
Uml and lot ,i iniiiiii'iit n.i'. confused
uy ilie derail) ol tin* imoke Soon
recovering lie mn .it ,( rIb-my ih.u
lharu    waa    an o)umii d   Ioi  wu ape
ihroughUtc onlj   doul   In  llie   tn
whieh lid tu the pari <n iin- mm i
thut waa in   tl.it i,     Breaking the
glass nut oi the small window in llie
room ihe i.iiitei grabbed Uie h.lh>
Hill and threw hot oui onto lhe snow,
lie then helped his wife .nnl hoj
through and with only lime tn toss
out tlie mat tress and a blanket l.e
made haste to gel to safety himself,
bill not before tie was pretty llftdlj
burned, besides inhaling sn much
of the smoke ami heat that he wai,
in pretty bad shape The family bad
no time to gut any nl their clothes
but Wero attired iu their Bleeping :ai-
merit. A sled was near the house and
Mr. Jones got the mattress iu that
aud ihcii helping in his family bu
wrapped them in blankets and Lurried to get out the horses and as
soon as he could hitch up drove rapidly to the nearest neighbor, about, a
mile and a half away, where life)
were eared for the rest of the night.
The nexl morning they came to KIko
ami secured enough clothes to come
to Cranhrook, leaving the boy to took
after the stock. Mr. Jones was
placed under the care of Dr. fJreen it
once and in a couple "f days was able
to he about again. On Tuesday lhc
family won! to their old home at
Marysville,
The I'm* destroyed their house ±iul
all the contents, and as tliey had e-
cently moved to the ranch they had
taken all theii goods with Ihem 1ml
the piano It was a severe loss, is-
peeially as Mrs. Jones losl many
things thai are prized for their associate! memories and cannot be re-i
placed. Then many friends symiu-
thi/.e with 'hem iu their loss, yet
leel that they are fortunate since ill
escaped alive
NKtt  301100b ACT,
Victoria, Keh   32.—Tho school    bll)
as brought down today and laid on
tbe desks of the members,   it repents
the  presenl   not   aud  all  amendments
thereto.   Among the changes is    the
unit   ol   aid   given   schools   hv   tht.'
province. The amount is reduced
about nne-bali- thus Ih rowing ihe
burden ol   supporting public schools
m people direct     The following    are
the sections delinrftg the aid the province will give
A per capita gra«t of three hundred
aud fifty dollars fot cities ol the tnst
Dlass, three hundred and sewuiy-itve
lollars lot cities of tho second class,
nnd fnur hundred and twonlj dollars
[or cities and towns of tho third class
pei annum, based on the actual num*
ber ol  teachers employed In  the puh-
lic schools, including high schools, of
such citus, shall be paut quarterly
by the iniuistct of finance nnt d! 'he
consolidated revenue fund ol ihe province to cadi ol the municipal corporations ot the city school distiict of
the lirst. second and third class respectively, provided thai the schools
have been conducted In accordance
with the rules snd regulations prescribed bj the council of public Instruction, and thai each public school
and high school building and its equipment he satisfactory to the said
council.
A pei r.ipn.i gram ot (our hundred
and fifty dollars foi rural school dis-
itu-ts shall in- pnui monthly by life
minister ol finance out oi the consolidated I'oveni i tho province to each
Ol lhc le.icticrs employed in such public sclioois. provided that tlm schools
have been conducted iii accordance
with the inles ami regulations described by the council of public instruction, and that each public and
high school building and iis equlpmun
be satisfactory to the said council.
A further per capita grant of one
dollar for each dollar by which the
salary of any teacher employed in
any public school or high school .shall
be supplemented liy lhe trustees of
school districts shall be paid by the
ministei of finance out of tht! consolidated revenue fund of the province,
half yearly on first days of January
nd July In each year, to each municipal corporation in the case of cily
school districts and half yearly on
first days of January and July in
each year to each of thetcachcrs in
the rural school districts, but in no
case shall such supplementary per
capita grant so to he paid as aforesaid by the minister of finance exceed the sum of one hundred dollars
per annum.
The provincial secretary admits
thai the hill was drafted hurriedly
and may need alteration, but. he isn't
opinion the finances ol the provln-*e
are In such shape that a greater
share of the cost of public schools
must be shouldered directly by the
'ptople.
Ottawa     I'.'li       in —The Va linn
governmeul will take over from ihe
imperial authorities on J'd>  1st uexl
the   I I.i I Mat   j ml   (Siquimait   dclt-ic eft.
Canada *>!l fool the en-Mr*- mil ol the
gai 11 "ii- on thi   I'.n Ift sod  mantle
coasts     vll  thai   tin-  Dumi n does
.ii pruseui is i" pa) pali id the iost
of tin defences al Ksqulmali H is
understood thai the British govern
nieiii suggt'Mici that Canada, -.liould
pa) i ipiutin ol ,i million dollars nt
tin- ooit oi mai nia ninn'. I host v-
lenn'i and leave the conti ' In the
hands nt tin- British gWcliiliicliI
Canada would nm rot-soul to do this,
sin- .iiiin nil io liei outstanding offer
to assume control and tool Nie whole
hill I; was nnt a question of cost
with the Dominion because entire
outlay will bo ovei twu million dollars what Canada objected lu was
making    am  po matieul expenditure
which would mil be nndei lhc control
uf the Dominion parliament The British authorities have agreed lo Canada's offer, whicli means a saving io
begin with ol over two million dollars
to tho British tax payers
While the control of the Halifax aud
Ksquimalt garrisons will pass into
the hands of Canada on July 1st, tin
Dominion will only take over the ilif
lerenl services gradually. There an
certain works with which Canadians
are not yet familiar and llritish officers and miii win continue iti such
positions until Canadians can qualify.
Canada supplied the necessary infantry in quick oilier but it wo'.td tnki
some time tn gel iu au engineering
stun', etc.
LAND OHAHllKKS lUMV.
Victoria, H. C, Feb 25.—The air
i.s full of rumors of a propositi whole
sale giving away of public lands to
railway"" corporations   The land  sub
dy hunters have gathered in forct
at Victoria and are accused of trying
to induce the McMride government to
allow ihem In make a raid on the
real estate of the province. Several
million acres of the public domain
have, already been handed over lo
railway corporations.
fn this connect lou the presence at
Victoria, now that the house is sitting, of representatives of the Canadian Pacific, lhc Grand Trunk l'aeifii
and lesser lines is I'egardt.'.,'*s ominous by John Houston, Conservative
membei foi Nelsnu, who Is against
any proposal lo give lands to railways.
The Grand Trunk Pacific is report
i-d "tcTfie asking IS,nun acres a mlU
tor the 480 miles of its line which
will  pass  through  this pruvlnco.
The Oreal Northern is said to be
willing to build a Hue through iho
Simllkamcen without any subsidy at
ill, but its subsidiary company, lhe
Vancouver, Westminster ,v Yukon,
,isks foi a big land grant for its coir
templaie*.! hue. wtiich is to connect
tin- Grand Trunk Pacific with iho
American mad hy way of Cariboo,
billooet and Vancouver, The Canadian Pacific is Bpoken of as asking a
oash" ot laud grant fori he extcnsloni
uf its recently acquired Vancouver
island railway, and as being friendly
to the Mci.ean Brothers getting aid
tot the coast to Kootenay line. Then
there are a number of minor roads,
lUOh a.s   lhe   Kettle  Kivet   Valley,   tho
Kootenay Control, the Kitamaal Valley, the Omiueca A Northern and others, all ot which are hoping to gel
■dices of laud.
The strongest opposition is forthcoming to any subsidy to ihe Grand
I'runk Pacific. It is felt ihat the line
must come here anyway, and that
Ihis province has contributed a large
share toward the help which the Dominion is giving the line. "Not one
acre uf land, not a dollar iu cash,''
is the maxim of John Houston and
others who think as In* does
QREA1   NORTHERN  WILL HI II.')
TO FRASER.
(Prom the Spoeamau- Review)
■ There is uu doubt whatever thai
ilu- Ores I Northern will build Wesl
fimii Midway n V and toe question
la wbothei tbe work will he done ihis
yeai oi next, said a mun settordtj
in closely in touch with Oteat North
mn affairs ihai he ma) speak with
a.iiiu.nn
il is uncertain wbethei the road
will loiiiimn weal irom Midway un
Hie British Columbia side o| the line
mi wbethei it wtll g" through .he
Okanogan distrlcl .u Washington Ioi
pi'ilup- "■' miles before plungm*
norihwesi thmugh ihe   Simllkameeu
-ouiittv .in iis way i,. iht* Fiasi'i
river 11 sertns cfll tain, however,
thai   lhe road will  reach Headlcy.  B
C., in Hit* Siinllkaiiieeii, loi Iimi town
iii iin- headquarters foi the Nickel
Plate mine, owned hy ihe Daly ts-
tute ll is inn- of the niosi important mining properties west of the
boundary district."
The Great Northern is operating in
British Columbia under the charter
of the Vancouver, Victoria A Bast-
am railway. There is a strong sentiment among enthusiastic British Columbians thai the road should bo
built from Midway exclusively on the
Canadian side of the line. Easier
grades, however, can be secuted
through the Okanogaii district of
Washington for a part of the way.
The Immediate terminus of tho road
will probably be Hope, B, C, on the
Frasei rlvei aud the Canadian Pacific railway. That, would afford a
short route from the Kootenay district through to Vancouver, B. C,
and tl»e British Columbia coast, 1 y
way of tbo Great Northern to Hope,
ami then down to Vancouver over the
Canadian Pacific. There is no doubt,
However, that the Hiil rosd will
iventually he built down the Frasei'
to Vancouver, on the tidewater. The
jomplction of the road will mean a
riew coast railway from Spokane to
Vancouver, via the Spokane Falls &
Northers system to Marcus, Wash.,
Uld then on over the Washington A
Jreat Nnrtheni-Va.icouver, Victoria I
A Eastern lines lo the British Columbia tidewater.
The opening of a coast- Koolcnay .
oad has been one of the projects!
leafosI to the bean nl British Co-1
lumiiu governments. Now, to go
irom the coast iv Rossland w Nol- :
•jou, means a tedious trip all around j
lobin Hood's barn, far north to:
Bcvelsloke over the Canadia Pacific i
and then south by steamer over the
Arrow lakes to connect with short |
railway lines spanning the Kootenay
towns. The only other route to Kootenay is from Vancouver, B. C,
lOUth to Seattle, then to Spokane
and on north into British Columbia.
Getting on
Swimmingly
and still
tooting our
horn  about
Ceo. A. Slater's
'Invictus Shoes'
We just received our ,
spring stock and they
Ji are beauties.
"' We carry the largest |
stock of
Miners'
Cruisers'
and
River Drivers' Shoes
in East Kootenay.      THE PRICES ARE RIGHT
25 p. c.
.-. off /.
RAIN
COATS
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1 HcDonald \
AFTER  KAST  KOOTENAY  COAli
Spokesman- Review: Efforts are be
ng made tu Introduce Crows Nest
Pass coal here for heating downtown J  ^ > s** j
buildings where "furnaces are used.      J 31 111 DSOII ^0» J
Some time    ago Crows Nest Pass  J * ^
aoalwas Introduced, but It failed ro
give satisfaction as it was of a peculiar coking quality, and it formed
. .slag on_the grates,  which would
Sheet the flrcs'nnlcss there was an
artificial draft. Now another grade
of coal from the Carbonado mines at
Morrissey, B. 0., is being introduced.
It is claimed to be of a scio.-anthracite character, low in ash.
Since the Great Northern railway
has its line from Jennings, Mont., in
to Morrisscy and Fernie, B. C.r to
tap the collieries of the Crows Nest
Pass Coal conipaay there, it expects
to commence the movement of coke
C0RB1N   ROAD SURVBVORS.
Spokoamab-Revlow: A party ol Canadian Pacific and If 0. Cbrhin surveyors was setting slakes in Dennis
A Bradley's addition, south of the
the river, yesterday tor an entrance
of the Spokane A International railroad into llie city. Tlie appearance
of the engineers in that locality has
again mystified the wiseacres among
the real estate men of the city, who
have been figuring on Mr, Corbln
making his terminals in Riverfront
addition west ol Division street on
the north bank of the rivet.
There have been many mysterious
purchases in Riverfront addition
the past three months, which, coupled with Mr. Corbin's ownership of
nearly three whole blocks just east
nf Division street at Oataldn avenue,
were supposed to be for lhe passenger terminals of the International
road. It was argued that while the
freight terminals of the line would
he on Mr. Corbin's own land, llie
passengers would he landed closer in,
where probably a union station would
be built with the 0. R. A. N,
Strange movements of realty are
not cotifluoiT to Riverfront addition,
however, for many purchases have
been made along east Sprague avenue
which were supposed to he made hy
speculators making a guess on the
route of the road. The presence of
engineers In that section has turned
attention anew to Sprague avenue
and the real estate men are hurriedly
listing the property,
CALGARY
UllwUsale eotnmission
merchants
and mannfacttirerr Agents
AQENCIbS :
The Wapella Roller Mills
The Lamaden Roller Mills
'     The Bradwurdinc Roller Mills
Naisblil & Company Stock Food
inimnnn,  Hie  movement "I cose  *-_.„,,     . . «„„_„ r„   J
Nnrttipori,   Wash.,   and to the j Tbe Moyie Lumber and Milling Co. |
to      ,	
Hum, smellers in the Boundary ilis
trict oi British Columbia. The I'okn
will l,a sent, through Spokane, and
sluuilil (iirin a colisidcrntili, volutin' of
traffic.
Morrissey runs mo ovens, while Hi
Fernie there are  12(1 ovens, and   nt
Michel ml    Michel is exclusively   on
tlir Canadian Pacini'.   The other two
coal  towns a"?!* eoiinec&ed both with
the Canadian Pacific and tlie   Urcit
Northern.     The  coke ovens produee,
l.l tons nf I'nke   i-aeh daily.   II    Is
marketed „t Bntle, (treat Kalis   ami
Black    I'iasle,   Mont.; Trail,  Nelson'
anil Boundary points in British IV,
lunihia. and Northport, Wash.     I'he I
coke is made Irom slack and waste
coal.   About 1700 Ions of clean „oal |
are mined    dally for the use of the J
Great    Northern   and    the. Canadian
Paolllb   loriomotiWcli.     01   thai   thu j
Great  Northern    nets" a little mure
thatl half.   The station at Morrissey '
is known as Srinton, nn the Oro.lt i J
NiTrthprn"       ' ' "     ' *
Kach road makes a ireight rate   of
12 a ton   for   coke   from tho Kast
Kootenay fields to Northport, Wash
and Boundary points.   The cokr
at the mine for $4 a ton.
Lever Bros., " Sunlight Soap
1       The  " Armour"  Limited J
|         The Vo»el Packing Co. j
j           The Rene Cigar Co. *
J              Vienna Food Co. S
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FOR
SALE!
} The building formerly oc- '.
< by The Herald on Arm- }
I stronK Avenue $
J PRICE. $1400 j
} INQUIRE   <>1 4
INOt'llO:   OF
£. SIMPSON
SIKTON OCT OF CABINET.
Ottawa, March t.—Hon. Clifford
Siltou has resigned lis position as a
minister in the government of oir
Wilfrid Iiautier.. in consequence of the
introduction of the educational clause
of the Northwest autonomy bill.
TEMPLETON'S
Big Book and Drug Store
Dr. Scott's
Prescription
No. 77
used in
conjunction
with
Dr. Scott's jj
Cold Cure
guaranteed to
break up
any kind
of a cold
The Colds
and Coughs
now so prevalent ,
in Cranbrook       |
succumb |
very quickly to    |
i!
wi
i
the treatment
Prescription "77
50c
Scott's Cold Cure'|
25 c
POSSESS A STON0.ER VITALITY
»nrUr.mrir. fully matnrerl than ,I.o» dew-
.lunl upon nature. Tl.a larmjir h»« 'J"'W!f
oonlsna .-illi will.oiit tmlll] '".'■"J'S;
OUI'.OMtto moW ll.on p.K.rlj rlavolopor, ,o.rl>
and a. an iTnli,r-«mf»tii wa ..tl.-r
$3.00 WORTH FREE
Take that Hurt, to the Crows Nest   ooniow... aiwinir..... «,„•--  -
CleaniiiK roams today and let  ltory , m.tu,n.nilar«aiiln>trati'<t»at»i™»»1'
Don'lrl«r.». Ar««^al.»r'l»i»,l";1n«,",11 i",",•
....   ..   mnJk 1 --- 111— m*,m*i.mA ^||. Ill, ii'Tl.' 1.
Hem em bur these goods are guar,
teed or money refiuiile<l
TEMPLETON'S
tli;; Book and Drug Store
;; Vlll:   CliAMtl'OOK    HEHAI.O
CRAKBROOK  HEttALU
By The lk-rald  Publishing Company
Limited.
Editor and Manager.
the  only   town   in  .il
lh.ll    is   eiilltlfl    to   .
enmlitinns
'    The much boosted
! province seems to bi
easily punctured b)
i .if common sense bi
! Herald regrets this
territory
i  existing
,t surplus "f the
,1 bag "i wind,
the application
ikkceping The
is ti hiol   bbped
(iieat Ni'itl"1
Thai bridge
government l<
mads li m
key in tin- t
in  this in.on
I'll,- Herald
,.ni.v *;>. So
iMsafford to W withoni I
Itvingoutrddfl jf tlwdiaitM,
in tli.* progwwotthbwotto
Ir publishes thentwi white
lontrolled nbiolutelj by th
clique, party ot Individual -
It don't try to pleti**' th*> lM"'
[■to pubU-ah H newspapwtb
t.i the community.  Stud h
.in » year,   i
mil)  fcuil K..'
] when
j that
j made
ui eai
:elpts
wake
publlubvi     Nt
ile.   It'mlecln
nli
vinr.1.
Alive
Jlh'f
■l'l'tl-'l'.'
Ill \
Hum
mli tnrMrtion.
|( i*ihi desire li
Hu-it Kontennv
llfiiil.l
The Herald lui
iu work ix ot ih
Wlllll I'lll
ypurjoh
it j ii n.l |
Hl.RI.' Lil'
-v spnndi
till
r h  Un- |KK)plll
HM   jull l-1.Mll
'he lltruld
i si|Uiirt) 'if
I unit yon in
seems i
instanci
lated the goi
made, but  in
velopments w
flimDammi
nnnouncemcnt was mai
McBride government    In
t-ii.id lot  itself.   Bui ii
mattei     lo    iii.nupul.it.- i
it]    expenditures    so   as
favorable   stowing      Tl
have iteeii the i,.-i' in   il
Last   week we congral
governmenl un lhe showl
the   Mil   of   recent   .
feel as if we had be
i. in lieu of a iahftl h
(.Uoiild Im- h*!d hy lhe
ill COaat to Kootenay
\ prove an important
iiiu*   railroad   situation
oi aii ihe freak legislation thai has
in-ei. proposed ihe school act brought
in by the governmeul is the worst
Here iu t'ranhrooh it would mean
thai the people ol this town would
have to raise h*. direct taxation near*
u $3,000 each veai to cam on the
lout*., ami Uui there would be one
i-h.-i    less   "'lit
oil
It     looks
gOOd   10   si-
going through
mellei.      Mam
district  ilo not  lull)
ficance ol this no* departure
■   lhe   i
lo thi
\  peopli
realise
ii loads
M.nxs
iii thli
ih.-  tig
i low,leil
We   have
oiutltloli
jf
schools The lull should he withdrawn oi defeated if the measure .s
the    producl    m Hon   \h   Pul ton'j
in .nu. then thai gentleman knows in
tie i.i nothing about schools
ii
expel
meat,
school pt
THK  NEW  SCHOOL   VUT
The new school act al present
lore the legislature, will, it pai
cause a change in the presenl me
ol financing the schools, li)
terms of the new uet the
running the schools are to
two sources:
1. The provincial govet
2. Local assessment for
poses.
Tlie government will paj (Jraitb)
(460 to each teacher m charge o
pupils, and will also pay a dollar
bra for each dollar raised by I
assessment, tlie amount so paid
each trcaohei not to exceed Uuu
short, the greatei part of the expenses of maintaining tne schools will
he thrown directly on Hie people. .Ul
the coast cities hnd themselves about
to boat a heavier burden by man)
thousands oi dollars. Cranbrook also
will have to meet additional expenses. At present, 11)0-1-5, the total
cost of running ihe schools is uiei
by the government. The salaries oi
teachers     and janitoi  .mil incidental
.school expenses aillOUllt lo $-l,0lU.
Under lhc new net, hy ihe absurd
regulation whieh will require every
teacher to have oo pupils or lose Uie
government grant, t-he Crnnbrooh
school stall Will have to he decreased by one teacher, the seating capacity largely increased in the otlici
lour rooms. Six-t) pupils to a
teacher!
Krom the monc) standpoint Cranbrook stands to Jose also. The greatest amount that Lhu governmeul, will
be able to contribute, under present
conditions, cannot exceed $2,2111), and
may not bo thai much, This i
call foi -52,200 to he raised locall
To meet this expense the  trtis
are  to   be    given     greatei   pov\
among which is the power to do
mine tin- amount to he raised loej.ll)
and to provide for its collection tuni
expenditure.
it is estimated that tho gover.-i
ment will .save nearly $200,000 b) Uiu
act, At present thu total cosl ol
education to the government is fl.,.;,
313.00. The cities raised for education an additional sum ol Si-M.-lSi.yj
The government, hopes io have lho
new act come iu lorce h>  .January I,
Wh)  wi
fm the i
range f.'i
jails ami
tn work
time    Ji
the piisii
pure an
III.'),   won
benefit n
.ulil ii nol lie a good Idea
rovluclttl government  to ar-
the pi Isonei's in the county
iiii- provincial penitentiaries
nn the i.i.i.is m tlie summer
would be -i greal boon lo
Hers in gel outside In tho
,i nature, and the Inboi thai
Id perform would bo a greal
, iin- province a« u ivholo
o pli
allot
iida
inal.n
othoi
the tailwav i
j which men
iglii   be able
load is worthy <<i
consideration on
mploye ol railroad
Oct   Hi
in
iccupy
l"
n!    l.l
iiiiqui
all way men
no injustl
The rail-
tion    in tin
in    ma.i'
The ulght-houi
lined b) Mi Hi
Socialist was del
a/as nol whal It
lun  ,i the people
smeltei toil Intro
wt horn th wai te, thi
m uii   The measure
•.iniuiii have been
imagine  lliat   the)
will not be legislation in ihe tutor
to prevent men working twelve houri
over dendl) lUDies thev are much mis
taken An eight houi stucltet bill
was Introduced in Idaho recently and
passed, but it was based on this par-
tinil.n   line i-i uccupatiOll        No ma:,
living ..hould be naked to engage   In
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ANNOUNCEMENT!
We are glad to see that the public of Cranbrook are convinced of the saving
they make in purchasing their Clothes, Furnishings, etc., from us, and are keeping
on buying. Our stock got pretty *rell reduced, so we telegraphed for a New Stock,
which we expect daily. On request of manv people who would like to attend our
Auction Sales also, and cannot come in the evening, we decided to have our next
Auction Sale Saturdays at 2
Come one, come all, and make your dollar work the double shift
dollars worth of goods for one dollar.
Respecttully yours,
B. BANNETT
AUCTIONEER
and 7 p. m.
Have two to four
A. GARVEY
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SOCIETY AND
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
OrESOBMT  tuODOB Nn. iiii
KNIGHTS of  PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
tints Hod and 4th ToMdajr as s p. m. in
I.n.o. K.linll.
,1. A. Aaaittn. K. K. S.
VTtltlng Uri'lhri'ii i
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Virtiiintt Itii'tliM'ii
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work Dial >a
twelve In,ins
iiidiisiej   that
Hit.
I ii.,Ul 1.
.> ilur
us in hrulih i.,i
..,..I thero is in
l-s   Miril   it   Midi-
l,m:.  ",
,111mm,    a,,;
activity.
ai    Ilia,
know   ,„
urlt i...
wit In,,, I  I
ste|i|i
ullli'  llaa
lar I
liosll
hour
iiir.1.
the  |
that
there
thev
pen,luu Indirectly
'presenlntive ol the govern-
,' he is employcil by n comer that Is subject to cortain
he government that do not
othei hue oi commercial
He  is   tied  down  in it man*
m.u laboring in othei fields
Utilig oi. He cannot stop
a period of .several months
osing his standing and oth
ing ahead of him. Mo not
to work haul foi every dol
il   he earns,  lllll   in most of  i lie
.lis his life is in danger every
•hat he labors. The railwaj
i entitled to consideration »n
ut of ih>' governmenl in the
r of homesteads, uud it they ask
which     is just and eqilltahl
l)i. Osier, a celebrated educator, lu
a recent lecture, stated that a mans
usefulness In lite teased ai the age of
forty. The Old Man does nol agree
with lum
The Nelson Tribune says Ihal lhe
recent sessions ol the Associated
Boards ol Trade occupied Ihirteei
hours and that Smith Curtis wa:
speaking on the floor five of the llur
Leon. Mr, Curtis always did like ti
heal   Mi. rtu lis tain
should
legitimate   re
ot receive ii,
wh.
biook
not'
u     member of lho Crau-
oi trade,     if not, why
It looks as if the McBride govnr
monl would weather the storm.
To clean up a city ii is neccssn
to gel rid of the garbage, and ii
well some times to start on the h
man garbage  first     Cranbrook    h
several     hunches   ol   this kind  ibat
should l.e gotten rid ol a.s a -iai
in iin* spring house cleaning.
The govcrnme
(led what its io
to the requesl
for a duty on
1 has not
is,- will he
if the Uie I
i duty on lumber, bn
one thing sure, if they d
something thai will giv.
liei that is necessary they
an Injustice io  ihe lumber
1-ACl   '
Vet   BU
iii regain
umbormon
t tliere is
) not do
• ilu- re-
are doing
industry.
lUUli.    However,
eil yet.
it has nol bee
plis:
EDITORIAL NOTLN.
There   is   a   Ing light  n the
Territories as to thu location ol '.ho
capital of the new province of Alberta. The two towns ihal an- interested, aud they are old rivals, aro
Edmonton and Calgary, Edmonton
lias won in the lirst skirmish since n
bas secured the temporary capital,
and tliere is im question bui tlinl
this is un advantage, lint il the peo
pie of Calgary are wide awake lo ihu
situation ihey .should win in lhe final
battle. Edmonton is a good town,
it is a progressive lown, and ii is lhe
home of Frank Oliver, the Liberal
inomber, That is a big advantage,
Calgary dlstilcl elected n Conservative member the just election, mid su
far as the Dominion parliament bus
anything to do with ihe proposition
Oliver ami his town will have the
best of it. Thai is where Cnlgar)
will get the woisi ol it This has
been demonstrated hy the developments up to the present stage Llul
from now on ihe people ol iht- uuu
territory will have the entire say, and
that is where Calgary should have
the best oi il. Calgary is ihe nntu
ral center, so far as popdlation is
concerned. It has the big advantage
geographically and should be the future capital oi the province. Edmonton has nothing north ot it, while
Calgary has a big population both
north and .south, as well iis east and
west. Throwing all prejudice aside
there cau be no question as lo which
town should he named is the permanent capital at the presenl lime. The
Edmonton boosters claim that in a
few years their town will bu in    (he
ther industry in lhe country
is receiving n bcnoilt in the way of
tariff laws, and the lumber manufacturer must pay tribute in consequence
on everything thut he buys. What Is
fair for one industry is fair for another. In this particular case it i.s
HOl it partisan matter. In British
Columbia, as well as in Ontario, lhc
Liberals and Conservatives favor the
tariff, but in the prairie country the
representatives ol both parties oppose It. The Laurie government has
a splendid opportunity io deal out a
bunch of justice in this matter, and
the Herald hopes that  ii  will do so.
Tiie
inv
illi     W
at uie  tt
corpon
Columbi
will
a wav
es in llie present
i give land subsidies lo
tion seals his political
as the people of British
• concerned,   The people
ioi
stand toi
iht* public
gn in;;
domain.
Tn
talking
,.nd
What   moie dors  lhe Grand
want'    Iis officers aro now
aboui    regretting Unit  the peoph
this province do nol seem desirou
co-operating with the company,
since thai is Ihe case construct
on the western division will nol he-
gin wnh lhc work on the east
vision. That Is a eld blooded blulf
to mull i ihe people of this province
on! of thousands of acres ol valuable lands. The lime for the railway
companies lo expect all that it gov-
eminent has lo give as an Inducement
lo construe!  ad has gone by. The
people have some rights and il is
about time that ihey demonstrated
this fael iu (lu- province
Tli
- Iiliiini i
ilnlftler ,,'hi, ron
i.-.l , II
SI'I'll
t lodges
iu a  nil-ill  il.ldr
ss, and
all in
that ll,,'
were founded ,
, la Mas
knot
s as unit
1, ahum sccri'i -,
.l'il'l,"S
.Is ll
' will pi.
l.ulilv know .il».„i litaiv-
I'll.
Before In
gol i lii-nuir|i he
lot tl,,.
I'll,
ml  of   ,1,
■ bag lit saying
llial In
knell
,,[ iliiiri
li members whn
belong-
I'll  1
i lodges
mil kepi up thi'
r dui'S,
lllll
failed
,, pay  ibe the |
ri'.irh.'l
.uiyt
ling.
center of population.    That  may be enough to
Johnllouston would nol attend thi
governor's reception at Victoria. In
this the doughty .John wns consist
ent. The governor did not think thn
lie was good enough to become i
member of the McBride cabinet, and
if thai    writ    so he    vvas not good
lhe case in time. Hut al this writing there is no center but Calgary,
and tho most enthusiastic Edmonton
advocate must admit Ihis, if he is
honest with himself and with the peo
pie. It rests with the people of Calgary, and if they make the fight ihal
a town like Calgary should make, tho
•apt in I   will    bs located at Calgary,
attend a reception at
residence.
Ibe
if there   \h
the pimps ami
get -tlie law   vv
has earned tin
n law that will reach
hup liendsof Cranbro ik
irking before the town
mime of beinn a I
Maker's nhl dog, Prog, died |
i-ek, mourned by ail the old
a Cranbrook and this pan ol
the tlistjui Prog had reached Ihu
ripe canine ago ol fifteen years end
was gathered to his ancestors wiMi
irere regret on his part, for hr va-.
dog iliai enjoyed lite Trog imd
lots ni friends in the early days ol
Cranhrook, and the way he would
warm up to a stranger who had dropped into the town to look at property was ii caution. He vvas a valui
hie adjunct In tho towns!tc office for
he could entertain three or four t.ien
while Baker was talking town lots to
one There i.s nothing more loyal In
th*' woild than a dot;, mid Frog was
that kind ot a dog,
"Some people believe thai the
church is a sort of elevator lo the
gales ol heaven. All they need to do
is to stop in and tell the elevator bo)
which lloor," says ihe Columbus,
Ohio, Press Post. Yes, and a lot ol
those who entertain such an opinion
are as liable to go down as up.
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Of course we have no desire to play
back al the people who have been
slandering tlie banana bell, hut we
uttimuj refrain from calling attention
to .Line weather in February and
Match. Not in California, nor in
Colorado, or even iu Florida, can lhu
weather that we have had here in
Cninlirook the past week be surpassed. The snow has gone, the grass
is beginning to break ihrounh the
ground, the birds are singing, men
are possessed of that energy that ilu
first break of spring gives, and the
women are rarroliug sweet songs of
a light heart and blithesome nature.
Spring is great, and when wo get it
in February, it Is simply magnificent.
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hor for such specimens of humanity.
A boomer is not a good tiling in
any town, hut a booster is one of 'he
Lord's chosen, people. Be a booster.
It beats being a clam. Try il once.
i NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT!
Craaarook Local laloa 1241 of ilu Initi
Brotherhood of Carpeaiert and Jalner*
ol America.
TliiH I,..-nl  mit't-t I'li-iv   Ptidajl i-v-tnit-j; hi
tin, iii. mr. L I'. hull.
nliiiU}- liiv1t.il
l B, MeDoNatti
pBtmiteirr
I.O.O.F. acy Cily l.oafc
sn 4'. MsaUflnrj Mou*
■im night at iii.'ii i.-iii »i.
iiiti.i-i itmri    sniiHiiiiiM
Hull*, UivltfU.
tt  it McParlana
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We nre showing Mime
Beautiful Suitings
lor the Christmas Holidays
1.1:1  US MAKE VOU ONE j» .* j»
)       McSWbYIN & GRIFFITH, THE I.EADINO TAILORS
cranhrook l.orJ|C, No. Jl
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II.'KIiIhi   mri-tllli:-. <
third Th'iridaj <
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mote like the Cnrhin road
The surveyors are in the
field and when construction actually
starts on that connection between
Cranbrook and Spokane, tin; growth
of Cranbrook will make more noise
than the Heralds old gasoline, engine,
It  is  inue  that   work was started
on a new hall in Craub-rook, The town
needs one, and it needs it badly.
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1 BY  THK 01,1) MAN
*& :-Wm3fl3i3iji«';trti->;''-j*3'r,r
11 is said now that paper money
carries germs, Give us a ear loud of
germs.
A lot ol women met in convention
recently and hy a drastic resolution
declared that the old familiar pray
Mi. Oliver, representative from tin-
Delta, asks ton many questions for
an intelligent  man.
It j., rumored that the government
contemplates giving the million dol-
InT bridge ut  New Westminster to iht-
er, "Now I lay me," was oul of date.
Thai little prayer has done more good
than tons of sermons, and many a
nmnh man ot today, who has not
(ell the touch of a child's hand for
year's, or a pure woman's kiss since
he left home as a hoy, is brought
to tears and better thoughts by the
memory ol that prayer and his mother's kins1. There are some people it
this world wiio ale so advanced ii
theii religious ideas that they would
rolcgate the Almighty lo the hn
ground
A Maclcod tnerciiaiil hnd the most
unique advertisement in the Maclcod
Advance last week that wo have u
had the pleasure ol reading. He look
his .space iu the paper to ronsl 'ioih
lhe Advance and the (la/ctte of tint
town, asking why*It was that Ihere
was not more energy and get-up displayed by the local papers, and that
ii two papers could not run with
crcdil to the town, why lu ihe world
did they not quit, combine or
something that would bring about an
improvement'.' The trouble with Mac
ieod is that it is loo small a town
for two newspapers and the proprietors of neither can afford to give
the people nf ihat town a good, .'ir< •
class weekly paper simply because the
divided pa-tronago will not warrant it.
There are other towns just like Maclcod. We believe in spending mon.'V
to make a paper that is a credit to
(he town, but if a man does not get
the patronage he cuunotatTord to ill
ii. No newspaper man in this west
ern country is getting rich in the bus
iness, some are doing well, some ore
making a living and some are living
on hope und the curses ofthe commun
ity in which thev are eking nut in
existence,
RAMBLING REVERtEb
The East Kootenay   Lumber
Co., Limited.
MlNtlHACTUItBIIS 01
Rough and Oressed Lumber and Dimension
Also MOULDINGS of all Kinds
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| ANCIENI ORDER ol FORESTERS
CRANBROOK, 11. 0.
J Meets tsi uml ;ini Tuesday every momi,
;      , ut Abbottadale.
]     Visiting brethren rordtally Invited
A. Ml'I'OWAN, tl  It.     WM. rUSBXRTHV, flw'.v
|*  JW. F. OURO.
MILLS AI CRANBROOK, RYAN, and JAFFRAY,  B.  C.   t
HEM) OFFICE, CRANBROOK. B. C.
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BY  A DREAMEH.
Wofiord, Kansas City, in a
address m boys, gave advice
if iieeded,  would soon rovolu*
ihe country, ii should be
i every  boy  on  the American
ludg
receuI
which,
t ionize
read I
continent:
■'I have been ou the bench fourteen
years and during ihal lime thousands
of boys have been brought before me,
but not one of Ihem was a constant
attendant at church or Sunday school
or obedionl to his father or mother.
"I have inquired of many boys
what caused them to get into trouble and huve found that in most instances staying away from home and
school, playing poo!, hanging around
saloons and cigarette smoking art
responsible.
"Start right, boys. To be anybody
to accomplish any thing for yourseh
or rhe community you cannot he Kile.
Don't drink—liquor destroys the mini)
and body. DonM swear—gentjemo
do not. it is low and vulgar7"BotPt
read trashy literature. It leads io
the devil. Don't hang around saloonh
Good men are mil made that way.
Whenever you sec a man lying around
a saloon the devil is after him ami
will gel him sooner or later. Benjamin Fratlkllli would never have accomplished anything; if he had been
guilty of these practices. Be honest
above all things, Pool boys makt
the best future citizens.
"To make a good man you must bt.
a a I boy.   So   stall    light.     The
graveyard* are tilled with those who
started wrong, The world is ^i
ing better, ihe teachings uf Ohrlst
are beginning to be felt. Let me Impress upon you the onlv road lo *uc
Cess is by li\ing a righl life, lie
honest, Industrious, frugal, ii
necessary lo be rinncliinoiiiouH—
io ivenr a long face, Keep laugh In;
Have a good lime as you go through
liie, hut In it la* the right kind ol
good tune It we were all angels Ihu
world would not he fit to live in."
^A young girl often grows up wttti-
otii ever being Tiiughi ~ihat~~to laugh
audibly in public assemblies Is     ioi
good manners; Ihal presenting Herself at the end of a crowded ear and
looking for a seat till some gentleman
feels hlmsell obliged to give her his
is very Ill-bred. Yel all these things
should lie settled in a young lady's
education, and all those who have
had the greatest advantages in this
way should be ready tn set an example worthy of imitation,to those who
look up to them. You will never
seem to claim any particular seat ns
your right; you will never attempt to
keep seals for those of your party
who come later than you; you will
never suffer,  much less oblige,    any
ing veiy   early    and silting long    in
patience. |
You will certainly avoid going ll
late and disturb the company after
the lecture has begun, hut if you do
jhanco lo arrive late yon will step in
softly and lake the lirsi seal you can
lind, Instead ot making further inter-
tuption by parading through tho toon
in search of a bet ler. Always think
of the good of the audience, rather
than of your own convenience When
the lecture is over, ami the greeting
of friends begins, be careful that your
voice is hot heard above the gentle
hum around you, either iu laughter
or conversation. Delicacy and refinement require that a young lady
should never make-herself conspicuous
tu a public assembly, and if by any
chance youi high spirits have betrayal you into an audible laugh check
yoiirseif as soon as possible and meet
with sohei and iumle.it looks the gaze
drawn upon yourself; do not try to
oravo ii out as ii it were all right
ind people hud no business lo look
at you. That only makes the matter
worse.
The best way to overcome the sel-
ishnes.s >ou some limes meet with ouj
public occasion:
disinterestedness on your part; over-
orcome evil with good and you will
satisfy your own conscience and perhaps touch olhors.
Contending loo much for your right
stirs up the selfish feeling in others,
A-hile a readiness to yield them
awakens generous sentiments and
leads to mutual accommodations. The
more refined you are aud tlie greatei
nave been your advantages the more
polite aud considerate you should be
to others who are not 80 fortunate
as to possess tho opportunities that
you have hatl. If you wish to be a
well bred lady you must carry your
manners with you. If is not a
thing that can be laid aside and put
on at pleasure. True politeness is
accompanied by the calm Heif-pnsses-
■iioii whieh belongs in a noble simplicity of purpose, and unless you
cultivate ii ami exercise ii upon ill
occasions and toward all persons it
will never he a pui I ol yourself,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
UKANBKuolv,    BRITISH    OOLL'vlBlA
L H. THOMPSON.
Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary  Public.
Cranbrook, B. C. *
B.C. LIVERY
and FEED STABLE
Now rh/s, gootl driving
mul stuhllo horses lit
reasonable rate. Onr
■ihnVill lie to give good
care to all horses stabled with ns.
N. C. McKINSTRY. Prop.
CHURCH DIRECTORY
Cranbrook Presbyterian Church.
and 7.80 p. m,
,..8 ji. ui.
,.« p, in.
, intend
ll' M. A.
Cranbrook Metbudlst Church.
by  politeness aud  Corner of Hanson Avenue and Louis Street
HARVEY & McCARTER,
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Itaull Block Cranbrook, B. C.
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Smidiiv Si'ltuol 1 iijhl.
ClUHH
Cliri. linn Endeavor, Tn
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Tho public un co rdl'iii
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Stiinliiw Serviced:
IMviim Worship	
Sunday sdiool	
Ui vhit) Worship	
TiihhiIhv:   Bp worth
Kndwver	
Thursday;
A funllid
Fubli.'.
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 8 P.M.
...7180 P.M.
it Christian
 B P. M.
kly Pmyer Meeting,...N e. u.
Itntloti it* I'xidinh'ii to the
l.t'iipn.-
Pastor, 8. J.Thomps-
Cranbrook Baptist Church.
Tli.-fnl'ioviug in a Im   nf tlie Ht-i'vit
In tin' li'ij.titu (iiinri'li:
Sun.Iny I 1   h
.Mill. HV   SHlll.,1	
VuUUB IVuple**	
I'riiii-r Uiftfllg	
TiiepidiHeim rdu.llj'
Mil tllt-ellng*.
Pastor. .1 I., shnil
u, una 7:«'» n ro.
 8 p. tu
-i p. iu. Tui'silaj
p, tu. Wednesday
nv.liil tn iiii.-iiii
NOTICE.
TONS OF DEAD IIKimiNli
Nanalmo, ll.   c,  Feb.   15.—Again
has Hint most remarkable phenomena
or hundreds of ions of dead lit-t
lying al Ihe bottom of the water < <-
cur red in ihe channel near Departure
Hay, and there seems lo he absolutely no explanation fot it oxccpl that
they smothered with tlio very density
of tbelt own numbers. That there
was a remarkable run of herring
along the channel alt day yesterday
and the preceding ntghi is told by the
fishermen who had Iheir nets sel, and
Sixty days after date 1 intend to
apply to the Chief Commissioner uf
I,amis aud Works, at Victoria, H, 0.,
for tlie privilege of cutting and carrying away timber from the following described lands near Mayook station, Kootenay district:
Commencing nt a post 120 chains
south of the southeast cornet ol liar
ry Arnold's pre-emption, thence bO
chains wesl, thence No chains soiilh
llience Mil chains east, thence M
,l1' chains north  to  ihe  place of begin
<-; IllUg-
Oranbrook, January in, 11105.
44-ftt Oeo. Kennedy.
NOTICK.
after tht; publication
Sixty dayi
tins notice I intend to apply hi
Lieutenant Governor in Council   10
permission  to clem   out  and  reino,
obstructions     from     the     following
creel's in     East Koolfiiay, and build
dams and slides thereon, and to ma ..■
in going oui to gather them in had.other Improvements for the purpo
f making tin* said creeks navigabl,
for logs:
I. Russell creek, from Kitchener,
on Ibe Hrilish Columbia Southern
railway, to a   point upstream about
their boats fairly lifted out of the
water hy the bulk of herrjitg underneath. They came rushing through
the water like the swish oi escaping
steam, seemingly gasping and panic-.six miles south:'
stricken, leaving hundreds and thous-1 Thompson Jtteek,
ands of dead in -their train. All night
aud mosl ol yesterday ibis was kept
up, and at the presenl time the bottom ol tlie channel is while with dead
fish, heaped up to a depth of two or
three feet. A conservative estimate
of the amount of herring killed at
this one spot and in the course of
from where it
crosses the British Columbia Southern railway, about three miles east
from Kitchener to a point upstream
about  six miles south.
The only lands affected by these
improvements are my timber licenses.
The only waters affected by said
Improvements arc Russell creek and
Thompson creek!
The rate of toll proposed   to    he
almost as much as tbe amount drawn
gentleman to relinquish to you the from the harbor by fishermen during
geoil seal he lias fairly earned by go-   the whole season. '
few hours i.s about a thousand tons- charged one dollar per thousand leet,
board measure.
Dated   this    2d day of February,
no5.
4-HK (p. Wlliwjar.
I
*
ir   Barrister, Solicitor, Notary   *
I Public Etc. &
I   Cranbrook,    -    -    B  C.   ♦
*******************<******%
DRS. KINO & IIRI-KN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
0ll.ee .1 Ucldcac., Arm,Iron, ....
OFFICE ItllUIIS:
Iflredooni,.   ....   ffcjo to |,
Unmoor..   ....   ItJOioJiM
Evealnt'    '   '   •        1.30,. iiW
CRA    HKOOK     ■ R. C
t*>l9l*l#,<H#l«l<ai 9,, *, *) I v I *
i
i
Dr. Connolly,
Physician and Surgeon
® Olliee on Armstrong: Avenue
g. Hin,m,:-llti> 11 h.
— to H p. ,11.
IB.,   lil
Tlaaa
T4) I * I 4> I <f I * , « KS I,.' I *>i w 1 * . *
DRS. KINO & MILES,
OENTISTS
I,KICK HUUK-
II '.. 12 a II'.
1   .. 0 ,,  ....
CKANBKOOk, B. C.
THE   HOUSE'S   PLEA
I',, lal, miii- ■,,.' not,
Down hill trol inn not,
On lli,< |,l„,„ Hjiiin, im- nnt.
Ami .,«• ol ■1,'kni.M anil ll|i
111)    CROSS     VHIBKIVARV   Sim.IF.lh
i»K. wnuoB,  i|)d mm 1)BNI|ST
CII«l,ll|IOIIK.II I. 'I'h.m. 7,
McVittie & Laidlaw,
iMininy tinginei-r.s
ami . i -fuyors,
CH   NBROOK., B. C
THUS. T. MtVIT in, F. I. S.
J. 1. llllll ,W. M. tc
MORTGAGE SALE
-ol-
VAI.UABLE RESIDENTIAL PROP.
KIITY
I'mttir anil by virtue nf llm powei
ul sail' riillUtiin„l in u mlaili tlnirl-
Kiijri', which will tic priKlureil at the
time til, sain, there will Iw uftt're.1 fir
salt, by public auction, un Wiilni-miav,
tlu, Htli liny ul March, 1905, at lllalli
ii'i'liick in tli,, liircnomi, by Messrs.
Arnold ,v KobciLs, at their office,
Cranhrook, B. l'., the following property, namely: Lot IH in Muck S8,
I'lan No. Ofiil, Cranbrook, II. C, upon which is erected a two-story
[lame dwelling, also a frame shed
suitable lur a stable.
For further jiarticulars and conditions ol sale apply to
Harris & Bull,
Vendor's Solicitors, Bank of B. N.
A. Building,
Vancouver, B. C.
Or to
Arnold 4 Roberts,
Cranbrook, B. C.
ltlth Kstmury, WH. w-ii THE CRAx*. BROOK  HERALD.
VOLI   M r    7
OBANBBOOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   THUB80AY,   MARCH
I!»().",
NUMBBB   48
JUST OUT
British Columbia Illustrated
Containing ll Paxes,Up-to-dale In Everything, Size l2xl,S
ii..,- ... tin it.,,,,1.11. ■- it, ,
I'he Richest i'i„. i iti-iii the tiriiish Empire,
all,,;,,,,-,-.-,..-.,   .-|.-.,„ll,   ,II,,.,,„,inn ,,-.  mi-ill   lllll,inn  llevellipi	
il. ,,..«. ,,, nil the ,.,.,,■>,...I ,.,,, nil- .lunl,era, ,-,-
SENT POST FREE ON   RECEIPT OF PRICE $1.00
Addrc.s. lAMES   LAWLER, Rossland.
Tlitrliirgiwl ,i,t.,,,i.i.r ii. ..i.-l lur nm,.,. I'aliiuitiLtitKl milliui nl ' Mill..
    Ihnn. I',,-   ,li|,|-i,M. ....-I     Vllllllllili,  li.l-.iin........   '      ■ .   Itlli
BEST BUY IN
li. C, CANADA AI
15 CENTS
GREATEST lillLll
I) I SCO VERY OF THE
AQE IS IIS B. C.
THE BIG FOUR
Consulidated tiold Mines, Limited.
Capital $625,000, of which 35 per cent in shares is now in our
Treasury.   Shares iully paid and non-assessable.
Mines ,11
11,-i nn,! 1.,
recti}-
i:.,i Sf,
golil-copper in
nil of which l„
ilotuls.
MTSnmo   1,1,-'
veins   nun- ill  -i,:!
FOUR    Large or,
rest ", il>.' Lu-
i, Win- E„«ln
,ll,-.-ftll.'ll,.|!l-.,
,  in till! win 1,1,
,,ni,i llirjiu -llii-
,.l
I tltiiliei
cotitllietit
We l,n
railway o
wnii'r till,
1,',-la      	
350,001) ions, ri
nl„,„, ll,1,0001,,,,
,h, tons. Tumi
.,.-... mi 1,81.0,
Please Note Price
Fur One V.iinth
Irn,
.:! Wore tun,
liroveil I.v il
illvlilemls
No
Slime:
plan,
IV per
'. Inrgost .„,' limlles nru
I'SS   Willi    tlie   I'lllllTIl-
lelll of  0,0   li'.lu.'liuli.
iw pays ,.. mine ns now
' Intent  report, nn.l
. limil luu <|,nres sulil,
ti lie lin.l in. iiisiiilm.'iit
ments iiu.iitlilj. Twen
il eiisll, lialntlrn uiti,in „
uy lius Inlits linlnliiies
I i.iri'.M.i moil inn, work-
IMcrenres.
lold I'..nil,,',
.r an, 1'iink
Which ink
fortune;
iiun. Mu,..
,-, postnuiHte
..i 11...,,-in.-
-i.l ,,. ,i,i..-ri.-.
In, nnu.unl less Ihnn SlOtl si-nil ll,
po.tiillice ur cpre.s nr.-er: over this
amount, hy  bank draft  In Stcretir)
Bi|( Fiiur Consolidated tiiild Mines.
Lid.. Rnssland, B. C„ Canada.
CrOOI-fOWCWOOOOOOOiXrOO^ 5
»••♦
Struck Ore
mr Hi" Tiiinipl Million Kx|x<rti an)' it will a:r..«
ut nml hi'iii'i- finny lirfre Gold Veins am just
.nl nml will 1,.- cul ,,, rapid riucwssioii Wo own
loo acres,   IN 11 mil I  DEBT.
AT Q0LDF1ELD
Til.'   .Mill
with rid:
covered.
,i o»kk  Por tunes,
.,,1,1 Sink,-, .ill nmiM
JOIN  NOW   ami
OVVII     |(H1   iliTl'S.
muui Ve.ru his
HELP US DIG
liver, Share ol Uoldei
ill til.- Oolllftplll   lillllll
aOOnnroB     Oivlilnmla
Sun Stuck
Coloriiiln
ownorshtp
■.'mi total
iil.l I.'
.•l.iivil iiii I"ah
TWO DIVIDENDS FROM ONK 1NNESTMENT
$i5.00   BUYS 1,000 SHARES
Full |»ii
I.   Nm
, H I'l I',, HI
Sllllll'
.«..••.#••••■•••••••■■••■•■ •jt*.»it.it">.nmmi'<.. ft1 *>">"#*■*
ORDER   AT  ONCE
tin, cheapest :,,„! best, with ore in tlio mini's antl ens', in tho
treasury.    II nvi'i'.siilisi'i'ilii'il your money  will be rutnr I.
Highest Coniilierdal .'iml llmik Ki'ti'i'i'tii'i'B
i..... ^ ,.-*-.'-. -.
,....■.-......,.<-.....
I.,.,,.,,,,,,,,.,,.-,........
Hake all remittances paya.ile ti
The Golden Sun Mining & Milling Co.
■SU Kittrcdge Building DENVKH. COI.O.
^	
JOSEPH   MILLW Mil
-„-|,|i    MUIimiiiI     ..,
employ
Nelsi
t'l.n.
,,l l„
io v   ihofohic nil': I'wici: advanckh  j
500 PER CENT
-v*»*% •%•»■•*•.•»'% *^«-%-%*%-% %•%•%-%•«
■Tli
tadi-
i.-si.tit..y
ball
T.,
several    inontlo
brook    I))   Hin.llfV   a   In   .i,  .i
writer, diiil lasl   Saiurtlaj  luornl
'llii- deceased     «.i      well known
t'ranbrook, and outlined in the loi
a lion <-t .ii. nn tir-.n.i  hi  thin loi
The Sell   Newt* lui,I  ilu- folioi*
in.to.' ol ins death
"Joaepli Mlllwnrd
doner,     Hcudryx     -.tun
morning ui  3:111), Jusl  an
(Tvanltod an a lieneltl tu Inn
Hit; in nn end
deeeaied wan bom
Ainil,   1850      Ilu learned  Iiiu
is ii pain lei  and lion Allowed
Toronto,  Vancouver,  Calgary
\i-lson    In  tin-, niv   he organ-
ami conducted Mill ward's orolna-
trout    liis arrival m I8U8 until
' it , r.U  lino
ir scvi-iiil moil liis in- hah been
inn tiom tumor ol the lir iin.
medical adviser, Dr. U, A, il
warned him thai death might
coim suddenly at any lime, ai one
o'clock yesterday uioririug his eon'Jl-
tion   became   worse mnl he died at
3:30.
"lie leaves h widow nn.l two children, Miss Mildred Millward, u iirotes-
stonal nurse in Vancouver, mid a sun,
Char I en, In Nelson."
IN THE SUPRKilK COURT Oh
MUTISM    COLUMBIA
i lilt Uiuuii oi lho l.-um ftegistr;
PEBR1 WRY SCHOOL REPORT
•-•♦'•• (g)*-w-»*> m m
lU-i
Vitimidin^ Act
".   un   appi.
')"
nn
Lumpaii)
ftUU    lui    OJj    01
nary svilie
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nauit-
i uwnsllu
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l.lllh    i'
top-
tig
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liliM   iu
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ill 111
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Hit
ftbou'
"r'i
SiifToi
ins
Hull.
ANNUAL  BREWERY   MEETlNfl.
The tirsi annual meet im, ol t lie
shareliotilers of the Cranbrook Brewing ami  Malting Company,   limited,
was held   in \V. F.   (turd's ottlci	
.Monday evening tho 30tn ult.
Mr. L. B. VatiDecar was voted io
the chair and failed tor the report ot
the directors, whieh was rend hy lhe
secretary. In .-.plte ol the fact thai
the company commenced operations
very late lasl summer, tin- profits
shown by the financial statement were
far beyond the expectations of the
shareholders.
In moving the adoption of iht* report VV. P. Ourd congratulated lhc
directors on the efHcienl mamiei in
whieh they lind performed then duties and on the excellent showing ot
t'he company's fiuaiices. Mr V. Hvde
Baker seconded the adoption of thi
report which whn unanimously adopted.
Tht* following gentlemen were elected directors toi  iliv ensuing yeai   L.
B, VanDecar,   James Ryan, Joseph
Brault, Lester Ulnpp, Fred Oeiler, A,
C, Bowncss, A   I.   MeDcrmot,
A t a subsequent meeting ol t he
board ot directors l. it. VanDecar
was elected president. James Ryan
vice-president, A I. McDernjoi secretary, and Fred Oeiler manage)
Till-
K,
um
KIKE IN'SURANI
'B
COMP
ANY.
LIMITED, ,IK
TO-
RONTO, ONT
I'll
' annual r
port ol this ci
„p,,
V,
wine
i h.i
s been
handed lo ns
,v M
srs
tin
.1,1s ,\
Koherts, theii
,1CI-
ts
tor tins
llstric
. lias just tns'ii
issti
sl
Altl,
lllRil
tills
'..itHi.uiy, i-.iiup.
rait
e-
ly s
i-ak
ntt. n
voting one, ,t ,-.
n wiih
juslninbl
1 prid
' point   to its
slen
,lv
grow
til
Its   |,
eiiiium income
iu
he
yea r
ol
ts im-
ption, lKt.s. „,
s   tL
1,-
tax
S; in nun
,,    uns $12:,
531.
,5;
nnd
the
eporl
Ioi 1001, sh„w>
.1   s
it-
Uu .i'i.
IMOl
uuiu-jau)
till,l IlUlllt
townsite,
oi   U(-l<i|>-:
i, .i)>|iiii.w.<iii ui Uu -,^|U
,- loiiii.ii.i and uevuioputc-n
UUU i-iaiii. r IlOgOn loi an
llii- plan oi .uai>.svuii-
Uir  taliU   IWIaU)
IllcU
iNciauU.
11 lit' 1
-J    ,o.
Ann tiiM.ii icuuiug iin- .i um iu uns issued
i.e.un on mi ■.,,,!, Uttj ul Uttulit:!,
j;-oi, aim im UlllQuVlIS ul Kl'ftUK 1'.
IlUgOU,   SrtUlu   inr   ^jln   Uaj   u,   .ivjj-
luiuuer, luui, ui a, o. Mv\ liue,
*.wuiu ua- uiu ua> ui ucionur, lain,
aim u.t i.vui.uus ua.*rcin retcricu tu,
lum oi i*iu,iiji I*, uogiin, sworn mo
-Uiu u,i> ui ULiuuii, iuui, aim uji-j^
Hearing .ui. u (v, .uucuona'iUj u, - .,
oi Louu.si.1 ioi in. .saiu applicants.
u is ordered Uial the said plan ui
till niHIihiU' Ul ...ill j:s\ llle llllM m Mn
iHlul lijjiMl) Uli.n al .M'l.soil, ii. I .,
iiUiiiueiid .j,,, u. tUilcUUCU uj cllUlt-
uaiiug uiuieiioin mat portion ui said
pin
li,  la,
criiji-u o>
ana    I
Isfaclory total ot S3l5,7ft0.'l8.
Notwithstanding the tncl that last
yeai was perhaps the most disastrous
one iu the experience ol Canadian Ire
insurance it is pleasing lo note that
this company lias been able to declare n dividend ol six per cent, which
facl is a very high tribute lo lho
careful underwriting and general management In which this company has
made itself so populni with iho Insuring public ihrottghoui tlm Domin-
oii. The successful progress of this
lOtnpnny will no doubt be very grat-
!f)iiif; to those who believe in "Canada for Canadians," as lids is a purely Canadian company
ttiiu uie Hiruets
in that  portion
.aid   plan,   bum poruon .so lo ou
iinaiud being tuaiKOd as "A    m
exhibit  relet ieu   lo in  the    aaia
auiilavil oi A. w. .UcVitLiu.
is luiiiiei oidered thut the sold
applicants he ul liberty to nie a new
plan ui the sain luwnsUO oi Alary-,-
vlliu ua* bauie in an respects as nie
oaiu piau number ,33, Willi Uie except lou Uial ^aiU plan ao to oc uleu
shall not contain uicreou Ue portion
■"' iiliminatod as uiutcsaid. -
it is maue a term anil condition ol
lul-. uiuei unit nn- said applicants
*>buli cause to be Insurtcu in the
11.1 onuruoK I lei aJU, a new spapei
puiiiistiiti ai tiaiiutuok, U. U., a true
u|i> ui tlm. order lur tour successive
s.sucs ui such newspaper, and that
uiiuti .such pi'iiuii said applieauis
nan cause to be posted upon liie
;round described in ihe .said portion
ii said plan ao to ue eliminated us
aforesaid, a U'tic cup) yi this order;
thai iipuii pmui to tho satisfaction
he district registrar of the .supreme court at Nelson, H. c, ut such
publication and porting as aforesaid,
and ii no objections in writing aro
arc tiled in the olliee oi the said reg-
tsl?'ir within n period ui six WBCks
irom iir.st publication and posttug,
thin the SitifJ registrar .shall thereupon attach hereto his. certificate that
the terms and conditions herein imposed nave been complied witli and
this ualei ot a true copy thereof, upon
being filed in the laud registry omce
al .Nelson, li. C, shnil be and become eilccLivf t„i all intents and purposes.
it is further ordered that tho cost;;
of  and  incidental  lu  this aptMlcntljn
be paid by tile said applicants.
\\   I-   OURD, tl. HUNTER.
I'luuliouk, B. C.
Solicitor toi Applicant,    l" 41
UHANBRUOK LiUKN'SE DISTRICT
a special meeting ui the hoard of
license commissioners, Craiibrook License District, will be held at the
Court House, Cranbrook, on Thursday, March BUi, 1B05, at the hour ol
in o clock in tlie torenooli, when Uie
tollowlng applications will Im constd*
end.
,i K. Downes, transfer to Eneas
11. Small, Cosmopolitan Hotel, Cranhrook.
Al. J. MePeak, transfer lo A. P.
Ci.eiieltc, Kast Kootenay Hotel, Cranbrook.
Finch iV Jones, transfer to A. P.
Chenetto, Falls View Hotel,•Marysville.
A P. Chenette, Royal Hotel, Fort
Steele Junction,
J. II. MeMullin,
Chief License Inspector.
The     mat is ties   ot
here given
Total  Daily
attendance
J 841
:t 8811
i .'ill
6 l»i^
total  numbei
ante during February, iti\
girls, 101:
I'upiJ-
W
t tendance . re
Ivcragc Dallj
•attendance
81 :r.
48.08
41.40
pupils
83.10
in attend'
boys, "tts,
• Dczall Brothers
i   Blacksmiths;
• Horse Shoeing
j Carriage Kcpairiny; and
I (ieneral Jobbiax....
Dlvlslou
l
Uoys
in
jl
14
U
llll
tin'l'.
it.
I
Oulildc Order* Prumpll)
Vtli'lidCd 10.
I
♦^1
The pcicentago
is here shown:
ol actual attendance
Division
I
1
Percentage of
Actual AtteudoJice
81.0-1
65.14
77.88
3tf.7U
j 03.53
Percentage for the whole school vv.is
72.85, which means that out uf every
it."' pupils an average oi 17 pupils
stayed away for the whole month.
The pupils who made perfect attendance during February, being
neither late nor absent ou any school
day, number only 17.   They are:
Division 1—Edith Duncan, Annie
Tlsdalo,
Division 2—Daisy McOatlum, Joan
Jones, George Kerr, Bella Taylor,
Boss Slater, Jack Kvaus, John Welsh
Division 3—Ruth Harvey, Douglas
Thompson, Bertram Murgatroyd,
Bryson Finniss, Herbert Forrest.
Division     t—Marcus    Derr, Robert
Dorr.
Division 5—Stanley Alton.
Club Restaurant
Opposite Imperial Hotel
Armslruiie; A nine
... Tin-: n*i;\v	
SHORT  ORDER
 ItOl'HK	
Cranbrook Sash
and Door Factory
All kinds of tinisli work If)
wny of doors, wiudows, tran.
BOU18, ote.    Kiln
fur luaide work.
L,'Uitr;iiiti-iil ami -
satisfactory.
dried lumlwr
Our work ia
■iir prim*s are
Rough and Dressed Lumber
For Sale
iimi
T
If the goose don't lay the golden
egg, diet ber on printers' Ink,
Advertise in CDe Gerald.
\ Ni:\V ORCHESTRA
Tliere has been a new oi'cliest:
gam/ed in Cranbrook llml pro
io be something unusual In the
fill line h has twelve members
thoy Include some of the very
musicians in the town Mrs. VV
Held is lhe leader and W. II. Wilson
is presiilein and J. Harris is secretary and treasurer. The orchestra
meets every Mondaj evening at tho
furniture rooms of Macconncll *£ un-
lis and are making most excellent
progress.   The players nre as follows:
Miss Hutchcroft, piano; Mr. filh*
bon, Mi. J. Harris, Mr. .McDonald,
violins; Mr. I. N. Taylor, Mr. CI. W-.
Patmore, clarionets; Mr. Olbbs, flute;
Mr. Short. Mr. .las. Howie, cornels;
Mr. \\. II. Wilson, trombone; Mr.
Patmore, cello; Mr. Hickenhotlt.uu,
.string bass.
NOTICE.
Sixty days alter date 1 hereby intend io apply lu the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works at, Victoria, B. C, for the privilege ot out-
ting and carrying away timber from
the following described lands 'tear
Mayook station, Kootenay district
Commencing at the northwest ci
net' of W. L. Darling's Umber lease
No. 4170, Chinka creek, South East
Kootenay, thence wesl 80 chains,
llmiice south 8fl chains, thence east
kii chains, thence north ho chains to
Un: plate ol commencement.
Cranbrook, B. C, Feb. 3, 1805,
•15-51 George Kenned
NOTICE.
Sixty dayu after date I hereby intend to apply to tlie Chic) Conimis-
sioner of Lands uml Works at Victoria, 11. C, for the privilege of cut-
tine, and carrying away timber fiom
tbe following described lands near
Mayook station, Kootenay district:
Commencing at a post planted 200
chains south of the southeast corner
of Hurry Arnold's pre-emption,
thenco 80 chains west, thence 80
chains south, thence 80 chains east,
thence 80 chains north to the place
of lieginniiig.
Cranbrook, January 30, 1905
41-St Mary Kennedy.
HAROLD NELSON.
.Mr. Harold, Nelson, au actor who
may always he relied upon to give.
dramatic portraynls of merit, is returning to us with his latest production, "Paul Kauval." This is one of
sttougest plays ever written dealing
with thrilling incidents of the French
Revolution. No one can fail to he
interested in the plot or tall tu sympathize with the hero urheroiuc, or
await the dououment with (eelings of
anxiety. The part of Paul Kauval',
painter ami patriot, well suits Mr.
Nelson, and in it he has made the
success ut his stage career. His manager, Mr, C. P. Walker, has given
■him a very, strong supporting company, and bas also, without regard to
expense, equipped tht! new production
with effective scenery and costuming.
The great "Dream Scene" of "Paul
Kauvar" is a stirring aud accurate
picture uf a startling episode iu the
French revolution. Tbe scenery was
painted to represent the actual spot
where the -guillotine stood during that
awful "Reign of Terror." The lighting effects for this marvellous tableau
are under the direction of an expert
electrician.
Mr. Nelson's support includes Clifford Lane Bruce, William Blake, William Yule, Oeo. W. Anderson, Chas.
Edwardes, Herbert Osborne, John
Day, Eugene Beauprc, Hetcuc Scott.
Marie Davidson, Lillian Fletcher inl
Hii'M Pill.
Mi. Nelson and his company present 'Paul Kauvar" at Wentworth
hall next Saturday evening, and nl-
readv there has been an uuusual
of seats. In fact the board had
been up al Keid's drug store
minutes before fifty or
were sold.
PERFECTION   OF   COOKERY
THE
STRAMCONA
Formerly Hotel Phalr
NELSON,  B. C.
B. TOMPKINS, Manager.
lliis    llOt.'l    is   GUI'   L'i'   till'   lli'rjl   ill
British Columliiii mid up-to-date
in every n'sptvt. Well liulit.al
riuaipltr mums.
W. It. BEATTY,
PUNEHAL DIRECTOR,
CRANBROOK, H   C.
TELEPHONE 89
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
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.OVERS OF NATURE
ir n ihlrf aluDK Hi*- rtinatri
The Handle* l.i\er> Stables
The tan
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Tliev mlil
Therf li u.
DlUM nitPti
Koythhig ii
thOM nlm
NHirji i-u'tit
nil- Supplied I'V UO nrv tlMJ
it.if   hti-J   t-titin*!*.     *■ *>tJj*1**.*-*U»*7
iiii-'i to the |.l-*Hi*jr.- of • trii*.
thiDR about li..rm- or f«hicb u
<in»M to ti KtuIUri ifnioii mot
the ftppeorsac*-nl rithtr ioi*/
ir.- (larticulnr m to itylt,
PAUL BANDLST.
The City   Bakery
s known for it's fine bread,
buns cakes and pastry.   Order*
left the day before will be filled
promptly.
Wedding Cakes a Specialty.
C. W. WILSON
sal"
i,nt
Itvo
tickets
KIKE BRIGADE ll.M.i,
Olio oi the most successful balls
uver given in Cranbrook was the tin,
men's ball sivtti recently.
Tire hull was handsomely dwofatcil
and the crowd was just lari?c enough
to make dancing a pleasure. It was
ulong toward tire small hours before
lhe last left the hall and ivery one
present united in saying that the
tlanre was a success in every particular The financial statement' i-s us
follows:
Tickets   -sold 1115 UU
Patents
OwaN-s
COPVRIC.HTS 4C.
Anrnnii nondtiiR ttukotrh and dMniMlon mar
qiitckir HUMirtHin ..ur npniuin free whether an
in-ie.il Inn ia probablri'iH
[truiHfitricllr'-'inntlMitliil. __._..
<ptit free, oirleta afetiey for aemnng patenta.
 j- foraecanriK	
mniih Mann A Co. receive
IlilP't «J£f
■fatenta taken JfiroUBl _  _
tptetotnotkt, without rharm, In tht
Scientific American.
A hamltoniHr lllumrated weekly.
pulfttiojt oi'jnr^rjentlflOiunjftl.
Unrent «r-
 _..    Terra*. |3 a
Id by all new nd Ml **r#.
year: fonrmoirithi,H. .-...- o—-r
BrSch Mn, R» K St.. Wathirgton. I). C.
Cadbury's
Fancy Box Chocolates
at the Candy Kitchen
uuv    T'-itt in. in
,.rt (t-..i.i.   rilSK
-in.   »   I.i-iii i V I-..11,
„1k        Wf,    lll.Vi-  I.Y.T
i mii| more un Hit*
- -torn" J'J." kinri^ t..
UK SlficMIXTCRl*;
inn)"   an  urio.1
i Tnrooto.   8ni
mull onlpm
nl
THK
CRANBROOK     L1TKRARY
SOCIKTV.
The Literary soeiely will hold Its
next meeting at Odd Fellows' nail
one week from Friday nigh) and the
followinu; program will he presented:
Pnper
Brock.
Paper
Mrs. !..
Paper
nay. P
British     Columbia,     Mrs.
Knrly Buys of Cranhrook,
B. VanDecar.
Development of Ivnst Koole-
E, Simpson.
Current Events, Mrs. IV. T. Ileid.
The literary program will he interspersed with ttood music, both   vocal
and loatrumenlat.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that sixty
days after date C. M. Edwards will
apjity lo the Chief Commissioner ol
Lands and Works, Victoria, for let-
mission to purchase the following described land in South East Kootenay
district:
Commencing 10 chains east ot the
Moyie river, on lhe international
boundary line, thence 10 chains west,
thence 40 chains north, thence HO
east, more or leas, to the western
boundary ol Ed Covell's pre-emption,
thence southerly following said western boundary to southwest cor nor,
thence 10 chains cast, then** 10
chains south, more or less, to point
of commencement.
Dated  )0th January,  1905.      44-9t
Stilr^ri^titfflti.
Orchestra	
Clcauiiig dishes..
Printing	
Net Proceeds..
HU
1  00
.    HI 00
$ 31 00 « 3| 00
a*. HH Oil
HAY FOR SALE.
The undersigned can load any quan-
tit) of No. t timothy hay at $10 per
ton, or flrstclass upland prairie hay
at H5.50 per ton, f.o.b. Olds, if ordered before the first of April.
Win. Deane.
Olds,  Alberta.
ESTRAV CATTLE
The undersigned is feeding three
head of unknown cattle—iwo three-
year-old steers, one red and one ied
and white, and one black cow. each
with brand on loft thigh.
Pete Woods,
Cherry Creek Ranch, 13, (*.
NOTICE.
Take notice that we, Finch A
Jones, intend to apply to the hoard
of license commissioners for tbe Cranbrook district, at the first meeting
held thirty days after the first puhli
cation of this police, tor a transfer
from ns to Alexander P, Chenette of
the license for tbe Kails View hotel,
situate at the town of Marysville.
Dated this 17th day of January, A.
D. IMS.
44-4t Ptotfa ft Jam.
(i. .PT1SDALE.
DRAYING
We have been in the buslne** toi
■jeveral vent*- und onr biistiiesi i* in*
ureailng, Thauliows WB 0IVE SAT-
ISPaCTION. We have.me of tl..* beat
•qulpmentH in 11, ('. niiH we attend
ntrlctly t»* btinlne*F,
ABOUT THAT PIANO
When you wnnill inovod fee us,
W. make it u npueialty und have n
plrnta mover nml can do the work
Ftttholt 1 ri-'k Also hon-eliolil fiinii-
lure.
Perry & Fitzgerald
I'ROl'KIKlOKfl or Till:
Cranbrook Cartage
and Transfer Co.
Ollit. oppil.llt C. P. K. 'I'llONr, «.,
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
Lowest Rates    Best Tim*
EAST
Toronto, Montreal, new
york, maritime provin-
CES. NEW ENGLAND
WEST
VANC'Ol'VER, VICTORIA, SE-
AOTLE.CALIFORNIA POINTS
UNEQUALLED PASSENGER
SERVICE
Standard ami Tourist Sloepe-Pi.
Coaches, Dining Can*
TOURIST SLEEPER
SERVICE
Wfi5T l.,„vi's Rorelstoke Moo-
dny, Wednesday, TliurwUy
nml Snttirday fur SnatUf
and Vancouver.
EAST Leave Duttmore .luuctiou
lor Toronto, Wednesday aid
Saturday; for Monlre»L
Monday and Friday; for
lliwtot,. Friday.
Atlantic steamship Agency
Thronjli Booklngi t., tnd Irom Otmt
I'.iituin anil tin- Continent
inli-. folders nml tickets a|.|.lK k>
i..-.,i ..,>.-iii-. ..i i"
a. tllllier, Ajenl, Crssbrwk.
,, OAKTER, K. J.C'OVI.E
I.P.A., Xelson   A.G.P.A. Vsncoursr
INTEKESTINIi
INSTRUCTIVE
a allied Immediately !
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Row to use il."
A MONTMLV MAGAZINE DEV-
OTED TO THE USE OF ENGLISH.
Josephine Turck Baker, Eiiitob.
Partial contents for this month.
Course in English for the Beginner.
Course in English lor ttie adTSJKal
Pupil.
How to Increase one's Vocabulary.
The Art of Conversation.
Should and Would: How to Use Them
Pronunciations  (Century  Dictionary)
Correct English in the Home.
Correct English in tlie School.
What 'to Say and What Not to S*v.
Course in Letter Writing and Punctuation.
Business English for tbe Businsss
Man.
Compound Words: How to Write ttwn.
Studies in English Literature.
Alphabetic List ol Abbreviations.
SIM a Vear.   Seid W cents lor ftuifk
Copy.
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Special .uur.lun rale, tu World'. Pslr, Sl.
Lout..      Viiur itmltc ui route.' 4m,
Km rates, folders nml lull iiiluriiiiilinii
leniinUng trips, anil nil ... ii.l.lr,--
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I'lMBKH INKPKlTOH S RKPOR1
SyBOptli »'l Koaial-it'OW ,u
trail un UutiHiuon Lii
th-.* Northwesi fcrrltori
rerrllor).
uuptuai ui M •
, hi HaaltJdi,
nntl the Yukon
,i   Im  r.u-
Tlif annual repoii Ioi   Wi of the ttmbei  lii8)icctor's department, which
shows the ureal Increase "' Hnibei cut and  revenues to the government,
.ii.il (he report loi  I DOS, ami both are -xlveti  1»J  comparison
1*103
leabchoitl-s i- 587,815 1m nm acres, pro
.in.im;
i filial
Special   licenses,   t-1"i
Hatnl-lo^'i's  licenses,
Tuul..
T mbi
tin IOI ri milllliU I".'..
. WhhIi.
CRANBROOK   COTTAGE
HOSPITAL.
Hiss Thomas. Superintendent.
Graduate   Loiitlon Ihtaplial,  Knul I;
Slo.itie Maternity Hospital  New  York
•♦-
M,'iiil.t-i's y.'iitly |10,  unvertnK   I '1
Hnd iitiLftLfhg in semi-private waul,
Contract half yearly (5.
Contract monthly -Fl.
I'rivntt* vvunl f-'u  per   werk,  rovm-lug
board Slid ihivbIiiij,
Henit-ipi'ivuto vvttr.1 $11 pei week,
Maternity Work a Specially
Cranbrook
Livery  S
GEARY & DOYLE
Proprietors
Tt-tiin. anil .Invert, nirnmhe-!  In,   a,,-,
poll,., In the district.
A, DOVI.R, Mni'mrer.
, ...I. ,11111, -
III >......„ t„
,, ,1a  	
am-   II   1	
' iml.llU.   ' ,'
mvalt,   Ui
,.rl     11
ou sliingle
,„ lulids, „•,',
.li.il.l-.   leel
i-\|,i.ii,-.l
,i,l,,,„..l
tias.isa ,„,
i,:e. ,,
3Td.ma.-i7i
15,,'138,BSD
.321,
Dlfl.11
ll a..;  ,.
II  |, ,> a   .I \ ,     a"
■ .„, IU.llllil.ll       Ha,,.,t
, a wiiii|Hi ,|
,  i nm ,, iii ' i;,t, ally cnllecieil
,»M  -    -    „-.-      ll)
„'-',:„', :",„!■,       Total  reve  ilerlvcil
run
""!"■' ;• "       11,.' .„,'„ ,,, leaseholds is 711:1.i:t:i i t l„„ ,
a-  .',   ■>  I I.I,
titij,,.-,.,-     I       ilueltig    rental
"ii' ii   Hn' ,'■■ - Special licenses,  I llll, fees
  ti„. ,.,,.„: Hiiiiil-loRSprs llceiups,   183,  fees
u'oiinler in nan
.1    I I   lint.-, .  alnwt,   lal.ila
a  II ii,..a   leasehold*,    t
SIS8.779 .">;
18,478 71
,,,- Ma
iviTltury, iii an I
Titnhet royally t
Total    leel.
(1.81-4 01
<:|I7,mn I',,,
S 71.ills
$177.lim, in
1,88	
383,018,15(1
11,768,113
338,211.508
i   Al   50c.  pel   11  5103,(185 77
1   Hfll.lle un  slliufrli'S exporter! !*.7SI, ,,7
|{,,,nltv fitllii'ii'il on eorrlwoutl.
|   I'niilii'i iu\ fot II inns, on limbo, exported 7,818,-
'17  leel      	
Tux ..it mnl,,', tiiiiuufai'iuii'd, 5(1,iimi, I'd, foot....,
; .-Villi estimated revenue (,,, December, 1004, from all
:'l^,.S."i",   .(I
3,31  I    L7
-illn nil
.til,(lull 'al
Total revel lerived
XKW   ll l)l( IAI.  DISTRICT.
IT  Ull.I.  IM'l.t DK  CltANliltOtiU
fill.I MU1A  AND KKIIMK
KI.El'TORATKH
Victoria,  II   I'-,  Fl*   28,—It, a.,,,,-
millet. ,,i tlic whole .,„ il,,- .„',    te-
s|H'Ctitig itnistlictioii nntl procedure .if
,,l,'..l Ilia -
I— IMlalll
ion [iai mn.
ntv ,',.„,
Ilnsr. (r-'ernie), securer!
new  ,'linisi' Hi, inn
rovernnr in  incil
new county cant
Columbian College.'
IN
Pounded IHU2 New Weslmln.ler B. li.
Incorporated IK0.1
1'rrividea li chl'lHtlnn hnnle lor ant,I,-at. ,,l
l.lltl, HfXtt, ll,'„,l.il'','i„.-  r.llar      lla.a   |,|a,-
iil-l,,rtr.v clfiat, (nr jniti.,1- Hltal, ills, -I ff jrl-n
•1.-.I   Public Sal I Work.    I'...a llllll. a.l I
Work", l-.ll.lal-- nil II,L'I. -Sal I pill 11,«.■». Ullll
|,ri-|„lra« fin-l.-ti.-ln'i-t,i-.\„iiiii!i,lion- 'I'a.ialt'-
nll hranol,™ .., a I'lUlTII tl. Ilt'-'INHMS
i.'iirnsK. tiiiti ulriH. illpliinuis.  liim -. Ill,
end UMiiruti'ai III It. nlvti  ,'..Mania, in-.-,-.
anilltilliot.nilliwf'nlleir ,n» Inr Jl l   I,
nnil II. I.. A. In IJllivi'lHil.t ...al ,.,„ lake
•aie,tana tlmnicl. till" coinpll't,'   Al-I. ,,an.-..,
null ,-,,.- .I...i of 11-... enn lie 111,i,ut,,-,I frum
Toi-unlo Dnlvomity,.villi ,vl,lcl, ,!, Iloni-li.
.ilai, aim,naa,    I'.,, fullsi liitni'iiinlliiii nml
lariit. write t,i
Ke, W. .1. Slpprell B. v B-1). Principal,
or Hev. J. P. Howell, Bursar,
J. M. DERR,
BOOT AND SHOE   MAKE.
Repairing Promptly Done.
Footwear to Measure a Specially
Itlt'.l   lu II
riitenl two Hint
iiifiinite river
...1      lutll    ll'.ill
IIS-,    llllll    tl'L'l'
■,.il,i<'t's„,|. i.y
S.*. .v t'1.11111
.luui. (I »n ti.u
n\H i io Uuv uml
. ryimtli.
HIlCll UlS-'IH
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 terms, mnpa ;nnl further pnrtiriilnra apply to the following
local lllll,I „La",,ls:
v'. Hjrde'Brtker, Crmihrook, It. O.    15, Mallantlnine, Jr., Creaton, ll. ('.
I. H. Wilsuti. Warelnor, 11. C. II. .V M. Bird, Nelson, B. 0,
R. li. tlrui'i-, Wilni'M'. B, C,
Ortn
L
J. S. DENNIS,
British Columbia Land Commissioner,
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
Canary, Alberta
tin' ailnptl	
ilu- Ileuienniil
power lo creal
(listrii'i in he known us I'.ast Kootenay, canalsHitK o| i tu- electorate i*ls
trio ts ot Columbia, fernie anil Cranbrook. Tlie Uf" district will lip <s-
talilislieil itnniftliiiii'iy nn approprin
lion is made .u Ottawn providing toi
tin- salary ol lite new JudRe. Krom
covrcspondence on tlie subjeel it ap*
pears llinl W \ Oallilier is cnuil-
tli'tii ot st'cttiiiii; mi appropriation11-
ii'iilv the impending legislation Is
oimoled. The nnini ol IV K. Wilson,
Mr tt.iiiilit'i's law partner, is man*
turned here In connoelinn with 'he
new county judgsMpj Mm
Aecoiding tn Mt. Carrlel ilghl
hi' ppssililt- inr clirisliaiis in he loilgc
numbers aud do tlieir -imv ns rlins-
tin,is hm ilici -In mil (tu ii \ man
would Keep his lodge dues paid whether tie paid the preacher oi iiol, aud
he said ne knew whereof In- spoke for
foi  he hail   I.,iu   ni    this place iwo
vein's  aiid  snine ill   Ins  flock   ll.nl   kt-pl
linn lodge dues paid up Inn he li;t,l
never iveened live a-iils irom llti-iii.
- Hi- complete in tlotl, ' he said,
".ml vmi mu huve tin desire fur
lodges. If all the people would live
up  ;.,  nt.- Itihte then   would  in-    uo
|,i,l ;,',.   ul   if   llit'li'   uu,-   ibo,      would
lie homeopathic—thai Is v.-Vv weak.
in 'iv ii.. things in ever) lodge, whicli
ii the) were mid limn llie pulpil
w.,m.i in iiig ii.. liltisli ni sliunie to
everv  check,
mere i;   nol ,. itnlge iu cxislencu
I ll.i I    is   UU)    Inllli.Ieil   Oil   ,1   fllblc,"
In*  made  pai'Uclllllt'  IlleUllOI) ot   llie
Knights nt  t'yihias lodge as he had
he. n   ,.   int'inlit'i   ot   Uial   oilier,        He
funnel said it was not possible lo
live up to ilie teachings oi 11 see re l
ottler uud the church. And, as a rulu
the lodges do nol heltove that Christ
is lhe snu rn Clod. When ilie Lord
saved linn he quit lhe lodge, he said,
an.I clns,,1 tvnli an exhortation to
others lo do the" same, and invest
Hair cash in Hie church Instead ot
the lodge.
towns ui ns own .md tia.le generally
wii go when- it eon be best served,
ut   Cranbrook,     Penile, Calgary <>i
Win lil pen.
The edltoi ol the l*Vrnie Free Press
his   several    articles on the Coal
< load evidently  (ears a new lown,
lis  in slav   III,* hands nl  lime and
put     back  progress, unless progress
imn.lies thr ou ttti the eiiy ol Pernio.
I lunl iii.it -ii  I-, only n short  time
until v.e shall have In he Hiking np
..in ii- |H-( live (100 toi ilns vt-ar'.s
Liiul ..I nil license and we have a
nglii in ask mai a propel road is
made
Michael I'hlUlppi.
NOTICE,
SlXt) days .iflei dale 1 intend tn
apply in lite Chlel ConiinisHionci ol
Lands and Works at Yiel-orin, io
purchase    ilu-     tollowtug    described
lands  in Smith   Kast   K'ooletiay.
Commencing   al a post planted 11
lhe   Mitilheiisl    enruel    of     lot  7007,
Llience north sn chains, llience cast
iti chains, thence south SO egunis,
thoncc wesl 20 chnlns io place of beginning.
haied this 30th day ol Dccomher,
imn.
ii-iit F. P, Davis.
RXAMINE OUR GOODS
Before ordering a now Suit of
Clothes. Beoause wo know we con
ploiist* you. Our nionsuriMiit'uts
un- nirri'ct. our stylos propel nntl
our prices pleasing,
You will be astonished how nun-li
your appearance will in- improved
by wearing Clothes Made to Order.
Don't utoke a mountain ot n mole*
hill by thinking thai Coal mul Vest
mode to order wi'l be too expert
slve for you to wear
Leask & Henderson
Cranbrook
Hotel s s
U<MSl» -imiiIiti a Sncclsll)
limid Slsbllnji in Conn.cli.in
Hut and lutll llalllr
lloKnarlli & kolliiis
. .>r,t,,r,.t'.i I
i 9 mmmmwmm^mmmfaWMmwmft
When you visit Cranbrimk stop at the
| ROYAL HOTEL
1\   THK   MATTIOH   OK   THE KS-
1'A'I'K OK   THOMAS   KENNEDY,
I.ATE   (IK     CHANUROOK,     DECEASED, INTESTATE, . ,     ,
.,,,,,                         ,,  \h                            None Better In the District
Nt.iifi' is lii'ii'l.y given, imrstiaat ti,1**
llie     ii.isit'.'s    ami     I'Xi'i-iiinrs   ael
that  .il! iTt'iiiinis .mil mlii'ia li.iviriji
claims aanlnsl lhc estate nl llle sniil]
Tlininas Ki'iii„',l). who tlieil at Cran-
lir.i.ik on ilia Ilili (lav .,f June, A. D. I  ■ *"". . 'iVi.   (.'   "•'        u i    ..£ .u. i~.„» u-,«4 ■«
liilrd fio'fore ilia 1st Jay | t>  linens .mi ;; .ib:t n I th: b\r n vipplte-t with the best brand ~
i ..I liquors and cigars. BI
t LB. VANDEI.AR. Prop.        «j
Hates Si anil up.    Short Orilers and Oysters
.ervud in any style (rom 8 p  m  lull. m.
Tne table is the best, the rcoffl.1 are unsurpassed' for clean
H .LlL'..l'.Siil
L. CLAPP
IliiAl) TO KLATHEAD
MK'IIAEI. I'llll.l.ll'S WHITES HIS
OPINION UK THE  KKIIMK  PROJECT,
In tins issue „f i'he ilcrahl will I.,
Iniiiiti all iiilK'l'lisi'ini ni ii, ,1,,' Deliver
i'uoteCtion for baker hill.
i he ilanei, given a sliort time ago
„, ii„- im- migiuic tin uie iii.rj.-...-
ji.t.-a- ui luisinn uiu.I.. ,,.i the hul,-,
II,<i lire a,.it,..,, resulted m ., ..-.
gain .a 11,8.1)1). ilns is ,t Utile Inn
n is ,t liuij; ivnis ,ron, what is ni'i',1-
i„i lu bulkl it shell .,„.! [ilaeu itiereltm Etiltor   Cranhrook   llenilii: All in—
reel, lnt.se, iiiiw.Ii-s, en.     i„   tact u lereslcil in   this   section ni pur ilis-
,   . ,     ,    ,   ,,- ,..   ..„,. tret mnsi in-,, witli a arm tieeffort
""'   lake about   t-1 1  H''5 PUL" o[ u,„ Kw„|e merchants to gel a gov-
!"■ -'■   „„'l   il„a   liiovislon shoulil   l.e oroment road made up Coal creek   lo
ma,la lor il..- ji,..,..'....,. oi 'limns   ..i. tin- Flathead valley.   As a luxpayur
ih,.    iiiii     iiiiIiiii     iin-    range    ", "' m"u>  -VI'IU'S   slaiiding   1 do most
,,  , ,     „...„.„      ,.  ,,,., , ., strongly ohjccl Io lhe people's money
11      a,.,,.,.       r.,,    w ii B |J(,j|(   i|.lsl,.,| j„ mukitig a road iluu
i.l,'   il'1' property owners In lli.il „ait never uiiiler any circumstances ol
pari t.i iti.- town to form an organi- service  to  those that an' Interested
/.a,mn "i their own and in ihis ,,..v '" H"' Flathead couiilry with ils coal
,  ,,,   ,,..   ,, , ,. ami     putroieutn Iclds, and wliu last
assist Un- uie linis iii iinaneiug   the c5„trlbui«l $73,00  Ill,
proposition,   In lake Un- hose wagon I,,,,   ,,[ u„. province
from ilia down town slalion lo   any llOrihg fur oil ami oilier expensive
lion,  tlie lull is such a lasl,  lltiii vv"i's will lie under way nexl summer
a  ,,  an ens,   malle,  for a lire »'"', "•'"'.   ""ieliiner>'  has   in  I,,' got
.on io iiii-    ground.   It     lieliunves us
man) ..I the homes lo get beyond t -1 ihili lo see     thai  the best possible
i,r,'l l.e,.ne it,e brigade i l.l possibly route is selected for a wagon road.
gel in ilia place, 'llie men with homes ' «""" Onal creek and il,,' heailw.i
in iiiui pan ul llie i,„,i, .in, in,, nnes'll'ls "'  t|w Flathead river well, and
wl„, .1, ,1 be Interested in ibis mm- ll'lv'l' ""   !''sl,"u""; '," -"".""fi that a
, ,       ,   , , ,    ,, road ii). Coal creek [nun ecrnic, -unl
lei. ,n„i ,, is loan) up in  in. thence down lhe JlcEvoy creek to the
 ,, — Klitthcad river wnillll mil be a servie-
SEEDS Kill! HtRKIATED 1.ANUS, able mad;  iluu  ii  would ensl    over
$30,0011, and  Ihal  ll t Id be used ml
nni,  liirt'e mouths in lhc year.
Tliis road wniilil pass through    the
Seed and Floral Company, ui Denver, Cool company's mul tlio reserved Do-
Col.   In ilia, country wnere ihere is million lands, and ii ibe rcnort nf Mr,
a vasl aereag, crlgal mil   llie ComnvitiKS,  I'. I,, s    inade Im    ihe
,    fllv uf Kernle. is In lie lake,, Inr „„v-
agrieuliiiiisi and seed m.i, I,.,,,- mule1 thing, n si.tps u, uu man' s land, and
a special stiuli .., the heal s I   for,tar tin itlier ciiitl or Oil lands. Mil
tl  lauds and as ,, res,ill have niade|Oiimnilngs gives the depth ol snow as
greal    progress ,",,.,,,1 alis te sue- '',""' ,"'••'■    Kourlccii   feel would be
,.., ,   „,,, ,    |,     ,.   „. , nl..... I   'ne iiiiil depii. ami when (lie
eess      Ibe   lleltllil   llllitl ,s   kllOWl, ,„„„ h|   ,„,     ,-,„   ,„,,„„  m    ||l(,
the manage, ill iiii Denvei Seeil ami Flalheiid sale nl the summit springs
Floral company loi lllieeti years and mire holes would have tn he cor-
ami eat, vouch i,., anything that   he durnyed    I   shall   „ ccunj  yum
may sell a ous-lotnel    lie has been ... ,'T',,'", "  I1"'" "n"',1"","1   ''"'
, ■ laei  iluu ii grade ni, ( ual creek tan
I'"' " "-""'""• "II '" hi" Hie and ts ul,|,  i„. nlilnfiinl lu loops,
an expel i iiiilitu line. People desir- There are alitor and excellent routes
inn i..   senile   seed:,   of any kind i.f Into ilie   Klnihead valley.   Ill   gnuif.
bit,, ..in ilenenil a ■ iliinii   unl"!1 ""' i-lK-vani ii",„ Elko il is nus-
,    ' , "'  ,       siliic  tu nel   mitt the Kl.tlheail  valley
Uml is ilini ibei mil be jusi „s iheyUuhoiii going over any inoiiiitalns I.y
are arivortiseil n ,s [n litis way two routes. I do not refer to lhe oil)
ihal  lie has lmil, up llle large li.a-.i-' Indian  Hail nr lodgo-polo I rail,   bill
ness  ihal  he is enjoying Hilav. , wing IVIgwnm up „, ,!„> bmintla.
■ ■ . ■ , i r, 1 ben- an-, however, several
lm sells seeds from Mexico tn Peace ,',,.,„„, reasons against this road. II
river, ami novel fails lu give sati.-j would he costly, but that is the least
faction I of llie leiisiins    Ii would pass Inr Ms
 (.  entire    length    up Wigwam river to
A PREACHER ROASTS l.ODI.ES. K,''l^S^'triMllSgh^rovin:
Tiny. Idaho, Feb. 35.—rfcc largest c|a| lands, and would strike lhc Flat-
crowd ever assembled at Ihis place head river only four miles from tliu
to attend religious services me, atlbountlary anil would lie quite useless
the 1. O, I)   F. hall   lasl     nml,, lo [<"' ,li"' l«fi" iiuinlic ^,,1 coal claims
,  .   ,   „, „.,     ,   ,.   ,.,,. ,fiir liei  iinrib in the Hailieail vuHoy.
hear lhe sen,,,,, of He,. J. 0. Lai- |,Brm„tt,|j, |Ws ,.,„„,. w0„],| s„|,| ,,',0
ml; mi Indges and seeri'l siieielies.. ,,rel |,i,t considering tile cost and the
Ile took the stand llial the lodges arejintctcsls of the large number of coal
of lhe world, ami that ((nil saitl in,claims already surveyed, Ihere can lie
turn frum the   things nl   die world, no doiilil     Ihal     a north and south
lie said  thai   the lodges ,1, ,    go mail would lie tlie best and i|iiickest
,      ,,". made road, as il carta,,,lv would   le
about doing goml protnlsoously,    hut „„, ,,,„,.,,,„.„,   ,,„, ma,|  ,n |,,avi,   the
only tn those who have paid Well" Crows N'esl railway either at Crows
initiation lees and dues, whieh is coii-| Nest ur to the west of it. I cannot,
trary in the teachings nl Christ;,however, quite agree Willi "Flat-
llieieliire lhe lodges can lav 110 claim head," whn in his letter t„ the Pros-
to eltarity.  OodUts his pen  .„>-"- r/X"^..'!..'^,"l,^
work nu a ilifTereiit  plan,  living not mus,  ,)C ;| KO|1(| one-
of tin- world   but iloinn good to all,   j,t \s hm a matter nf a aliort time
(wlu-ii   tlu*  Klalliead valley   will have
m Mav, A. I) l!iu;.. [,, send by posl
[ii'i'imld ..j- deliver lo the undersigned
Hollettor.s fnr Bridgel Kennedy, iid-
ministrntrix nf said esta'to, at Crun-
liin.ii,. It, c, ilicii christian names
.mil sinnanies, addresses and descriptions, tiie full particulars ol their „
claims ami tlu- nature of thi1 security, I ;|
if any, held bv them, I TJ
Anil further lake notice 'bat after «
tin- last mentioned date the atlminls- i£
trix will proceed lo distribute the as- ,Z
sets ol Uu- saiil deceased among ilu*' «
parties entitled thereto, having regard '
only In tht- claims nf which site shall! 7
linn have notice, ami thai she will -sta
iml be liable tor tin- said assets, cri fi*
an\ pari thereof, in any person or 1 ^
persons nf whose claims notice shall' _\
nm have been received by her al Uie -3
time nf such distribution. i  S{ ^—-——,
Dailed  ai   Ci'iiiihiiKik,   l-Vbruarv   IS,  -ll
lniifi $?
is.'n iinrvcj .v McCartcr,   |3 Drop i» and sec us any time.
Solicitors for Administratrix.!
W. ROLLINS
The Wentworth
Clapp & Rollins,
The New Managers.
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We are on deck IS hours
out of the 24
i hi: shininu mark and the 11 ffis agBHBSHaBraRHHHI
MIMN i SHAI-'K" !	
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III I lie liiul,.
ii |iiilrii,niliilllii.|in,iii
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Inililtiu  lift,..,, half ,
I'iaed  ,.l.  na. ml  i'i
tl I'nliiriiilii    in
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-lil,la|-..s,|i,m|ail.li,-aiiiiiia,ifili
I,    I,,   f a,I    a-   I a,,.,a '»    I'leii/ied "Hie
.■"   Vnu eiui ind it llistil.l TKI.y FIIKK
atlilressliiti
Hutchison & Hlnck, I'leker?.
Cnmbnok, B. C.
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ROYAL HOTEL
....MARYSVILL
The Pioneer Hotel of the St. Marys Valley.
CI-ANKKOOk  (lI'iiVA    HOUSE!*
ONE NiGHT ONLY
SATURDAY, MARCH t.
V Comfortable roo.ns.   Satistactory dining room service, and the
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best of everything: at thf bar.
| WHKN VOU COMR TD MARYSVILLE STOI* AT TUB H.IV AL *
.*.•.'       Proprietor. |
I FRED DREW,
Mr. C.   I'.   Walker presenfs the IS
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eminent   actor
WW.
HAROLD
NELSON
antl his compunv
!n Steele rieKnv's stirring itrnma
of the French Revolution
PAUL  KAUVAR*
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William Gordon
AUDITOR AND
ACCOUNTANT
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CRANBROOK
-SaV.'3tr-a5raV3i -=JH«'.!?H«aM3i'3i-.=S'3*f*ll^»f'
IS 81.1*1 .'I'l'l 7ii i'l".    Si.jits
suln ni ileitis' iIhik sii'iv.
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Stewart's Fruits
and Confectionery,
Pest and Freshest.
call am" SEE us
>HUGH STEWART."
PHONtHO   ;.-     a.MC   r.ONG *Vt
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C. 0. c.
w e uie uttering a special line of SPICED ROLL IIACON
only lastii :■■. till Sn-urilny next, »l Ilk per lb. We have also
n n w stuck nf liuon., Uncoil, etc Try our IIOVHi-viADt!
LARD.    II Wi'l plen.e you.
CALGARY CATTLE GO.
SIMPLE
STRONG
. s_«*n>»**i Jjt*»v, ***->%■>•{
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SLATfR S McFltKF, Proprietors
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THE PLACE
! TO BUY...
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Prin^ your curtail- s and
carp.ts to us for washing.
Wt, intikr ii s|ii'i'iiilly of wusli-
',!,.." C  I'. It.flVt'l'llllB.
No Chinamen  employed
Crows Nest Z   silentp^S^speedv
"slpjim   I fllltirlrv i  Purchase Price $3.00 ( month
^leaill  -uclllliur)   J Allowance made for old machine-
8EK
AkiN'dl.D *  U()BEI?TS
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Do you want a Stove? Doyou
i want Boots or Shoes? Do you
I   want   Bargains where New
Goods   are  arriving  daily ?
Then come to mv store.
LEROYSAGE
J. Q. CUMMIN0S
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
FERNIE t'Lli:   UttANMlOOK    H-EUAL11
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I placed in slock some ,.i  the
I very latest styles in
j Gents' Hats
r anil
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ABOVE ALL (ilHLrtS
f       I fl u
j      Shirts      ^f^A
\   (or the spring trade    ^* rrn^..
...MEN'S SHIRTS...
\ We have some very pretty patterns in Men's .•.nil Pronl
J Shirts in nil mlu™, prices ranging Irom ti.oo in Jn-7S
' Suit und Pleated Pronl Shirt* nre the latetl tor ihe spring
t and summer trade.   We have |u»t opened a very nice assort
ment ,il these in nil sh.ides.    Prices irom »,..,.. lo *i 75
.  mi"
...NEW  HATS...
t Jusl opened a shipmen, ui latest styles in Mats made hy
t such well known makers as Stetson, Pitt, Sett, Voung & Co.
j and the "Stella" hrnnd.    Prices rallying (rum J, as ,o $5.1111
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\ Tomato Catsup „
We llllvi» nil At Tomato Catsup, goud quality, in full    y
pint IhiiiIi's Unit we lire shIHiik nt asc   Halt Pints 15c   X
I BreaKfast Foods
Vim.  i similar to Finn- and sunn1 bv/ii piiokot I,  i")c   \wv
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V pnokel    Shredded Wheat biscuits.  liie p<>r iwcki'l   A
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G. T. ROGERS
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% CRANBRtKIK. B. C. 'j'
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"WILGA" BOARDING HOUSE
For the best cook in Cranbrook . "The Wilga"
For the best served meal "The Wilga"
For the nicest dining room .... "The Wilga"
For the best attendance "The Wilga"
 Special Terms lor Business People	
THE "WILGA" DINING ROOM, ARMSTRONG    VENUE
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}     XI In. (eti ui hi* nlnaj »lieu       1* "in    ''
i    ' ■   ■ .    1   Jos. ZA£$C, ■■    ■-'■ •■■"■•    S
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'     ■ r.   -ale m iiii liulelt*. S
WHOLES A LIE
, A.C. BOWiMESS
\, Cm ibrook, II.  C.
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' -. c c-u-ni G -:: s     :       ■'- - '- * - ' ''
1 Picked  Up  lli.uii  the  cil>   r,.i   l«klO|
iluesiinn,  ol   Uuu,   People
Ren 1  Miiirow &M( Farlane - .,.1
1 In      huuli   ..rn- iio»   "i" mil al     '
...-I...-I,   ll.   Ha-   ,	
It.,,,      Villi        a       I.-.M	
pearl  Jewell)   nl  Tale '
,    ll   III.",   hi ,1  lunl up    na
-.elel.il   .1.1,-.   lllll,   a   Iimi   mill
Anyone wishing tu purchase -in,
I'ruuhruuk Brewer) stock uppl) to
Box "U ' ,',.,,,lu,„.l,.
\li   nml    liis     \   Lell a-.l
Hu   iveek 1  -J am
\ 11 lij.n-e, ..1 l-'.iti Steele, „., .
I'raiilirooli vlsiiu,  lasl Sniurilii)
Miss    I'      •„   Tol'oiiln,    m the
guest ..I  II I Mrs   V,   V   Tale
l'',l,lli.slleil    s   1,1,1,  use  nl   klti'l)
en    Central     Vpply In Herald
New  ,;.,,.Iel,  seeds  al   Kll.l,   Hum
l-l.--.ll ^llieli SOClls  111   Kink   Hi".
' Horn,  lo Ml   ,,,.-(  Mis   s   .,   il.
mu ..11   Honda}-,    Fehriiai}  37th,   ,,
Coi-tnge lor runt, via pel tnotil'.t.
Apr.l)' ilrnolii iV  lli.ii'iu
.1. I, Telliplelon is busy this ivees
moving hia ill itir. store 111 lhe ,a '---
hullilliij!.
Charles Irinstrniifr, nl the Manhattan hotel ol Moyie, ivas in town la-'
Wednesday.
William   Lauglcy,    nl    Im.ii  Steele
,liul   llle   l''l,illie.,,l.   waa    a   luu 11   ,.1  '
Saitl rday.
Win Im.,,,-,-,,, of Marysville, ivas in
town l„s, s.i im .inv ,.11 Ills way •■.,•,
foi a few weeks.
■I. .1. Murphy, ..( Moyie, has been
in il,,- hospital for the pnsl few da) -
sick with llle grippe,
s 11,„,,"I and 11 1. Sollll'S, ',,'
Sl     .I,,llll.    V    11 .   ale   llll'   glll'Sls     , I
Mr   ,11a! Mrs   Nobles.
I'UStlliastlM Heal,,.' uill move 'la'
postolliei' i" the ,,.'„ quarters tUu
li, 11,-1 pari ..( Ihe week.
Vi K T.He is making „ sjlceial -.Ha
,,( pearl Jewell)    1, "lie,a g,,-.,i 0 ,•
Miss  Armstrong,  "I  Port  Williai .
Illllle.l   II!  I'M,„l,l....k ull   llulal.l,   mi a
Usi,   I"   )ll.    II    .!     Hlliotl
(ii.i customers are salisllod ti. 1
our furnaces .111.1 uuli .an „,,, ,.,.,,-
ing business.
Patmore I),..a
Tlie iee is „..u unl u
lake and iu,. boats, lhe I
ihe il,-i a a,,- making :->.
again
\ business meeting nl  Ih,- 1 lea I-
ing room a...,.;, will l.e held Krlilaj
,-ie, iim. ,,, ihis week .11 S u'elnck, 11
il„- rending room
III .   r   Whelau, nl Kernie, anil Mrs
Chenette, nl Marysville, have retui
e.l home atlet .. pleasnnt  visit   ulin
Cranhrnot I, tends
Suite "i sis rooms toi renl in ceil
tor ni lown Hem S31I pel monl ,
\p|,h Arnold SRoberti
The C p 1! Quadrille club .11.1
hold its final dance before l.e,,, nes I
Montla) evening, and il proinises 1 .
be ,1 ,,,, enjnynbli  alia,,
Malcolm Leiieli, ol Oak Lake, Man .
spent several days „. ,"»„ Una week
liaving ,.','"■ nn ," .,, leu.  annti.l
meeting oi lhe I'iosl Knnlenai Lumbei enmpnu)
Word    bas l.e,-,. received Ihal    lhe
falhci "i S c it. 1 did  cnlly.
Ml ('lun.a, - ', 1 IrlemlH In Craiibrook   will   symiinlhiw wllh 1  11
his  l.el.-aiemel,,
It   ii    ineelllii;   "I   llll, Ilea  readln -.
li*tt'l|1K««**6«**>*^«*e«^^ i 'ii"','" K, uih'iw.'l'l'.' (rustle" a,ul"r
;A    Mct'nivnil    hi,,,,,,.,,,
Wauled  minissli 11 as iravelllng
salesman    ,-"     H.,1,1.'    K aa.
ni,„ la. 1, lumberman with seven
j years   ev)iei leiii't' ",. Ihe ruail     llnl;
_t W" nm .1, ,- i,,| „| ;,„ Invoice f, , tin,  Roynl ilislil- _   !'' - """* ■ '-'■''"' ,1 ™?J' A'in?,
W I.r,     Itispnre. hnsllteiig,', uml fniiii.',  m-lii'iiuil   ,„M„t   ,., 9   | "S.,l,-s„,,ui.      1 ,„,„„.. iei.,1.1
V   J„'.l  III,' tlllllC       \V,'„.'II evervlllilli! in    tin-    Ijiplur   nml    eiunr   t*t    !     Lunl.  Ilu, ,„l„'-e,  una ul  Ilia ellieli',,1
■ line A   1 , I- be c  I'   i(  i"'.'i ,'i'i(i
nil stag, lell  this „,.-!. foi Mm,
Physicians' Prescriptions
and family Recipes
DISPENSED WITH
 Accuracy
 Promptness
 Purest Drugs
,"ir-
C. E. REID & CO.
DRUOQISTS     'Phone h     STATIONERS
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When You Buy Liquor
Buy the Best	
♦
A. C. BOWNESS
Wholesale Dealer in Liquors and Cigars
►««#♦»>»♦;** ?m» ¥9 *9<* 9*999.9^
»*mm
NOW OI'l-MMi!
A Inr,.',' rii'isim,, I uf
Spanish Wines
Port and
Sherry .
A. L. MiDERVtOT
WboleMle Wines, Liquor, ann Clears
CglNDIWOK, H. C.
ileal, where be uill be slatlnncil ,1
ilu- 1,111,1.' Mi llurlnblse hail man]
friends in L'ranhronk whn Rincerel)
regretted lua ilcpartiire,
\. C. Mt Kluslre)  has been mi ,lie
; Kiel, list im aaie,nl days Ihis week,
■ i    Paul    Handle)  has turned a bunch
'*   ! of cayiiKcs loose on the tup nf    l!n>
I     barn, add   Kink    ilrnlliers   hnve :'„.'
life size ligtire ..f a man crawling over the Irotil tu catch Ihem.
W, I' Tate has jusl placed in |in,i-
tlou an haiidsome new regulatiir ll
is giiaratilced m.i lo vary ilie iiiiud-
retllh pari of 11 Recnnd iu mm years.
[1 is nn ornament tn the shop r.ud
viiliiiible tn lhe publie, ns i, has been
placed iu plain iiiu nf those jiasslua-
1111 lhe street.
Thero nre a lew nl (lie Herald Annuals Inr sale. II yuu wuul I., send
your friends a long letter about
Cranbrook nnd South Kasl Konlcluy
I    semi them nu Annual.   I! will Interest them.  The price is -a eenis ,,„d
•    thev me worth tl.
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several days  thi
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R.  i-:    :..,..-   of  Uayoof
loa . a, ■  i\. a
1 red   li nn
Crunb much ti
ii ■ -   1.    \   Eager,     ol   v,
" of Mr. A    i!   1
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llali,    lllil.ll !-■        Hello
..!., ,-\j ,, 1   a- llnve  ,1 lev,
S,,,|,les upeii  hi   lb,   le I
 :,i
lieliii   HeDiiniild nil .,;  Warilni'i , 1,
Well a, .mi injureil an ankle.     I'.'
was brought  lu the si   Kugene Im
pltnl  lhe nest  innriiing
Tin- Kasl Konienay I.„,,il,,-, cniupn i
lield its niiiiiial meeting lasl  Wcillii
.1.,,'   ,11,,    1,-ilee, 1,1   all   u|    11      ,,|,|   ,,..-
.1 s. Carter, llle dislriel pnsscu-
Bci agenl lui ibe ('. I'. I! . s|iei I
several ,h,\s in Cranhrnnk Ibis we, k
sizing 11,1 ihe hm..um -in,.tim,1 u ,1
shaking hands Willi his big hunch ul
II lends,
I. IV,   Mel IHie espci la I, le   "
Craiibriiuk Ilu     luilet   purl  „l    Ih *
iveek  i" resmne his work as ,,  ,1
veyor.      lie   uill establish .111 "'he
v. 1 ill his hiu-hei,  llan.i   M. \ lllle.
.,. S'i't'lerlli'ld has bough, 1111 lute -
eM in llie l)tleens hotel und ,,, ;, she 1
lime will asnisl in lhc uinliagelnei 1
und Messrs. tliiilgculi and t'heneli
Mr. NeileiTiehl has been cutter al '-
Burns A Cn.'s (hi several years 11 I
is well and lavuriibly kiinwn nil ni -,
id,-, purl in the dislriel     lie wil i-n -
lu ., remarkable degree.
Mr. ami Mis. Tr, u druve in Iron
Per,') Creek ,,„ Weiluesilay. Th 1
came as 1,11   as Six   Mile anal,   with 1
sled ami .1,1,-4.-1 ihere na wheels.   Hr.
|-ruw says liiul  ihe hnlraulle e p
ai expeel l" lie really fur iielive woi ,
III ., iiiiinil, u, six weeks. The snoiv
1- .1 little tun deep al lln presei '
lime iu ilia , nlains.
l-'nnu-hnl .mil iinfiirnisheil roou s
i.s.nm ;,. rent.   Apply lo
llugli Stewart,
liiiiis ami Confectionary,
Phone i'i Armstrong Avenu ,,
Two men senl iho Hernld woiil lius
week in cul out ., local ad lhe)  in
be, a carrying fur two weeks 111   III
pn   as  the,   were  m.-l   receivi,
nswers.   II ., person don'l  wanl
he bothered Ihey musl nol  aiiverti
1 Ihe Herald,   li is Ihe most widely
uii papei m the Im'i.1, nays today.
NoSt    Satlllilil)    a,,IU,,J,   11,11,,1,1  Nm
.,, will .lplle.11 .11 lhc U- nlwiil til
hall, and llinl nicaiis llml Ihere will
he ., crowded house    Mi    Kelson anl
with   Cra, 1,  audiences,  and  Ihi,
winning lhc highest ol praise.
Mrs   J.  V.   Kenwlck,     ..(  Hayool,
met with ., inosl «> s nceidenl lasl
Thlirsdal    She  was  passilif   mil    ol
the I ,  1;   Joyce when he,  looi
eiinmhi un ibe slep and she was
thrown I", u.11,1. I,gluing on one knee
ninl iritcturliig the cap.Mr. I''enwiek
brought he, ,,, Cranhrook and she 1.
now receiving medical altetillnn .-,
lhe S, Kugene hospital and soiling
along as nie, li  ns mttlil be cxpectwl
„Hilar llle I'llinm-.I.Hiees
Wan, in know ui any houses inr
sale on easy terms Iii Cranbrook; uppl)  P. 11. Hns 112, Cranbrook, II. C.
Will,am iiTleain returned Wednesday iiiu., bis trip lo .Inincstowti, V
I,. wlierc he Weill In -,v his aged
pareiils. Aside from the pleasuie
.., ., -  seeing Ins l.ilhe, and uiolhcr
llfll'l   a   lapse "I   leu  "I    IWl-lve   ,.',,,-,
Ihe ,e,ii wns 11  pleasant one   lie
I id he. iiuilhel  lillllll and his laihe,
, leal i" I  blm »|icu|l, but bulli
were iI.-IikIii.--I 1'.. navelilin sI'IIumiIiI
home once more.   The .lamest,,,,',, pn-
p: IS   sp: ,1,   at   ,1,111,1    .'.an 1   •:,   "la'll-.
Bhnwn Mr. O'llcart, hi his formel
friends diirliig his Intel -i.,, in ihal
lown.
Willi,,,,,   a   ,1.,„l,l   llll -an,,,,I     ie
(..„,,,I a betler ni nioie cnmplclc slock
nf modeiTi wall paper than ili.il .insi
placed on display hy V. -I. Brailley
A i'n. Have yuu ever noticed one
tiling aboui anything thai (his eoin-
paii) ih.es, ii is always iighl and cp
In dale. II eliiploys mil, the Has,
workmen, ii uill mil .!.. shoddy work.
ii will  a,- poor n,.,,,lli,l   ,,„.l   .1,
Bradley keeps up with Hie limes on
lieu ideas. I),nine ibe ,,ma ihal l.e
bus been located in Cranhrnnk everv
pieee uf work dm,.- hy bin, has been
n standing ndvertisenieiil fm- his firm.
When lhe fanner wnnls n I,mi,,liiul
harvesi he i.s particular in sow gooil
seed, Same in tin- healing business
The ,1,'iilei who wants to reap Ilu
grcalesl rewards  si sell a thoroughly   tie),,-,,,lal,le   apparatus.   Ou,
laiid-hi   is   ilie   Sunshine Pumacc
\   Leu ,.    ua  'h.i,   -, he
II
I thai
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Mi,
      ■ - iniiig anii en
tl
TIME JS THE LAST!
OF ALL THINGS
U  klinWll 1 » .   ,t ,     . t    r* . untiri T ,o
5 .in-j the ever increasinj? popularity ot CAMPBhLLS
■  '. CLOTHING, which holds its own against all rivals, is J
the most genuine proof of its worth. I
Iti ?
u   Sw.U| ,,,. li urns      .       .1 ;.; „ j thingth.it it can withstand «
] lhe immense pressure ol uprising competition and yetde- 1
I   ,,  S.M...I,  .,   ., ,....   .t.. _.I.L,_ .1—  »
\
till-   sp
/e twice doubled their volume of trade. J
lltll.ll in,.   Is    I
, in I
jods, which can in a  lew min-  .
ins,
 ml       mt at the i        '.
Idonce ol hi i hfother, In   ,:. W. i'...i.l
,     .    m ]
i.]iartmi.|it desire to ll |
CHANiUiOOK.   B. C.
' fy comi aris n. Small -.narvei. therefore, that within the .
1 fl of a fen months, MORROW & McFARLANE. j
| who are the SOLE AGENTS for this l.imous clothing
■ ' wice doubled (heir volume of trade. . ,
I       ■■   . inl ., suit lor summer don't tail to sec  this *, J
ihed g 'mj\, which cm ir -    ••
J | ites be,    , lete   I   ,    i exact raeasureme
i Morrow  6c McFarlane
Clapp  ..   Ilollnih,  --,   ,l„-  luii,,...,,!
      1,11    ll   ,1 .   ,,|   'lie   hall   i',1
a.    am      .-  ,1   Ibelailii     »ho -" kind
:.   ,i   i   -a  a-    " f   lelreshuielils
l',,,-i    a aa   pool   ileeurulil, -   - ■ i
lllWll)      Ma-   IIIU   !   -
„      ...       mi      Uial ,, I      h',1, , i h, ai,
iniie ehatgeil na   ihe work  u„i\   be
Thai   is   III,)    I,   uill   |l,l)   an,'a."'     "'
patronize lliis nn,. Tlieir wnrk ,s
ih,-u  , 1,,,-i  I'eeomini'iulatluli.
I,', llm/,,   ibe Klk chum    was
in lown rn. Thin ulaj
in, Tuesday aflerii i wliile the ...
e,r uas imn, iii.a n sharp curvu abuui
two miles wesl ..1 I'ilku a man by iho
nniiio .., Il„,nlsun aii ull ihe Uie plal-
nun .1   Ins  hea.I   sinkim-   .,     I, irp
sl  he    uas    rendered  lllieunseiolls,
has,.las   ,ee,-,,„ia .„ VI lal    „.,sll     MUNI
Irs.     II,-    uas immedliitul)   lalicn In
Ilu
•spl
ileu  ami h.i,I iml   regained cunsl aa,,
nes- un tlieii arrival nl  ihe hoKpil.il
Ih.  Jul.   uial.   I ,,,|   Hi    Kill,'   \   a
uii    llial  a i-omforlalilc place  in   lln
11--,      , mill,.    I-OOIII,   Walls     block,   (IU
ills   -w'l   lending newspapers, - .,;
nzines aa.l un,nig material    111 an
welcome.   Open  eiei i   da)   lorin imm
till in p. m.
I'...-     ■ Sunshine    I'urnaec '   is   ,lu
lliglles,    ll| !    In,,ne   he,,, ill'.',   app.t
inlns.
I'm ie Bros.
The liieal lacrosse 1luys arc leelin,
sure llieie days ovei lhe aelinn nl ,1„
l.clhliriilge aggri'galiuii ilncc ihei
lefuse i„ give „|, lhe l.cvasseili en]
that uas wuii hi '\,,. Craiibriiuk lean
lasl season The elaini made I.i -h
Lelldiriilge .Inl. llml Hell [Hack .la
m.i a legitimate lllelllbel of lhe I'lan
br,a,l,  team    is    Ua   raukiisl  kind
lb
il.ii
.•i.u,l,i
wlm  played   wiih   Lelhhl
11, i
eh,
I)   -.uiiil.ii.    and   ihai   was all..v.
Lots ul peojilc -an play hu-iusse
n  talus   rail   hi I ,,. make a  ,
sporl.
The  old   lleiahl   building  on   \
strung   avenue   i.s   for   sale   .11   n   fall
price. The building is ., good one and
in mosl exeelleul repair, li is riming (or $21 ii inuiilh.
! Agents  for  the W.  i . DOUGLAS  American Shoes,   i
! Gre Ue il i,i the world. i
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a;..M..;„^.i.i..]..,..!..H..!..;„!„i„i..;_;_;„!.,..!_,„;..j_..H„>
A practical demonstration of tin.' value of      t
t
Accident Insurance      1
I'KKSI >N M.   Al'l'lDEXT
'■ 8111.HI Pel) 28th., 11"-''- -
Mii'fi'li.v iickiiiiwli'ilir,   lu huve  tliisiltiy r. .-..is.nl  from
ITie Dniiiinu uf Cunadt, Uuorantee eV' Accident Cum
pony, ll nn..(..ii.  Ixmilnil uml eleven tlollnrs a,,.!
I.irl.v I l,,v.  '• i i -   "       . |ia,l in. ut •   lull ul .-l.-iillls li.r in-
V        -i.-',i..!i\ ii,..I.-i --ni., ('..;,i|.;i,,v'> is.li.'v ,,.., '.i-i.2 witlires-
I-    '   In : ill,'llllll  :    'a-      -  I'l   ■' -il, ,i  I'l   ,,"'  0,1   ill.-    L'lst
.lui .-I Ih ivihIht, llllll. .-.al I   her, i.y  ,„-,,„ii   ,,,,,1 dis-
'■li.'.ru" tin-s n.i I' iiiiiij-   frum  nil  , Iai,ns  ,,,,.!.-,-  tl,.-
'M-n. ,1| -I  s Sluiver. ,'lililimnl
!|. This company is noted tor its prompt  and  business-like ?
!. methods in  dealing with  claims and its policies are the -j-
X MOST LIBERAL offered to the insuring public. -!•
t   T
::    INSURANCE  THAT   INSURES    t
MEEDOIi/l   f'e-OM   TECHNICALITIES
lar roles and lurlhrr ram,,,,Hrs -tt
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ARNOLD & ROBERTS  J
Cranbrook $
: Phone 9') I>•.-'.'. RICT MiliMS
Ovr ^tock for Spring
etc.
I'KSTH'KHO, S  I'AinSITKS
Tl„- local cnnstahles should lose ■--„
,,,,„- in   ridding    the lown <>>' Crnn-
b k uf n liiiiHli of pestiferous pal i-
sii.s llml have been increasing in
numbers here during the pasl feu
weeks a, an alarming rate. In .ha
alh-i lul,,,,, when lhe -am shines, llle)
siViiin, up nn lhe sunn,   side ui H.i!.".'
street" like a hu of chipmonks around
a bittsh heiip, Tin-) rn,I mu, nelthci
do ihey spin, bm Solomon in .,11 ills
glot} wus nm arrayed like one oi
these.
Tha, i.,ake iheir homes unl, lhe uti-
:'' 'I'll,,,,,-  wunieli  "i   'he  "row
,,,, ibei, shiinic, unl, nun ,,,,-1 ihen .,
.hie graft,  lhe)   live in  luxury    ami
a blighi mi    il.e   gunil na,in ii
luui,    Fernie.   Itussland,   \,ls.,i,  and
, ,,s ol human scum mi,  ..„., tnaiij
seen,   to    hat ,„'   I"     Cl„
Coiislahles   Morris and  Husk
a ,l,,iv in perl  ami ,, sl It   I
J..,:.- al     There .,,.' trains gniu
la-la  uals each .1.,).  and   IVnlklna
■reliii,.-   la Itel   M'l,,   ah.l.g.
;^»   WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT  US!
ft|aa When   a." ahull 1"    pi,       It,    show   you
1   ■ tlmiti^li.'unl qtiote yon priei-s      Siirinp will
s,...,i la- Inn- uml that horrilile joh of house-
eb-iiniiim Perhaps wn hnve soniethini! thai
,,'ill jusl sail ;.    .   in,l   fill miik.- your h
Macconnell ^. Gillis
$&.   Furniture MerchantsvUndertakers
STOCK TAKING OVER
.,.■;■.- ,..:,, i n*ut|y in wuii oi  diii , i.-'".i,-:-.   fhn   S|iriitjj (iowJa nn- arrivtnK al
111..-1 .--. i-i'- in-..    11« vi> y-iii Iiiiil ;i im-Is :>t i'iir Iftiiiei*1 .':"■. ■■ litfiuj* ihoea ttnd tin*
Vinh.'t -i -ii-'i'- i',.i  ii with «olUI Bolec.i'omi' in nntl examine them.   We have one
.ni to lei ymi -■■,.- iir,i ii i- itlti-.- nf I,-.,: ■-■.- antl In-own jiapei i- tn
[oftuil i.-.',l ii. ■ i,,",,'. -■-
'   ■ in,-   " -      ■      ll 11 !"''- ill   i!1  !      'V-'   i"-. ""    :.-""!:il'l'l-..] $1.7.'.
V"lt-'     -
MANNING & SIDDONS
,, mn,H hi Kin. un
Las,   Tiicsilal    Inortling    t     I
a h-    ins
jva.4^..u......>.<>.'.^'..'-*........'...M..|
4 '% jfr    st    */| t is the place lo buy     *
\ McLallum s      your     *
h»lid im broken open and al    I.'   j  TJ 1 Q0<d\      Q\\       »>
hair ;....,ls I,,.en.   Constable    Moru.|J . ., •>
was,, win, ii,e heii    * ■rw^m^'i- rsfrmr^s&w.'-!    I r\ Petllioline *
II. Small, nl  llie I politl
[loggarilt, i.i ih.- Cranhrook,
era' ..i!»a, men who happened
around, a young     man,  Ke,
[,,',1/ic.  son u,   tllC  gl ill!, laai:
Ward,     ,.     pninlei,   were   .
'jure  a   I'.l   Ol   111''   K Is   v.,
colored girl  named   Ihdn   11
nes,  da,   lhe accused  were a
ry
Wc have a carload on hand,     Also a carload of
X Cumberland   SJIacksmiths' Coal *
i i as iust arrived '»
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tlv,»..,vT»,„v,'/vT».,..f.,T»v.*»»...M'HISa#
Maqislralv    .Vnnstrong   -m.-i
"ITie Besl Kver.
I'lilmule Bros.
was     released under suspended se,,: ,*.,.t,
en,-,,   a-   his ynulli  and  oilier condl •:••:•
lions indicated thai 'aa had been made
-i lu.il ,„' hy .ui,,-, iial'tlcs. Ward was
imiui.iiieil i,,i trial and uill he taken
in Velsoii. The colored womnn nas
been tncarcernteil ami action liiaj be
taken ugainsl her.   Mrs.  I'oivcrs, lhc
lllllv   Wl Ula'il    Ihe   guilds,   is   lusee
several  humlieil   dnllais  bv   ll |i
rage.
|| To lhe Citizens of Cranbrook ||
thill     Wl     III,,,
:..I.
VV.        elusive a
.t..!.        ,„|,.|u,    all   1,
XX
rrnugemetits Y5,
of Cninlirook, to hnve the XX
Mai ,i) Tea.   Wn **
i.. trj   n  piickndo, ns XX
„-,-  you   uill  l,i,m  no **
XX    other                    Urspnell'nllv viuirs. JJ
.'.A XX
x:i: xx
it Thornc & Co. = Vancouver f_
n
 Ai ! III.   I !,' IMililltiK    II Kit A I.U
..DRINK..
CRANBROOK BEER.
Made from the best malt and purest water, it is
unexcelled for quality.    Ash for Cranbrook
Deerand insist on having it.
The Cranbrook Brewing ® MaJtiivg Co. Ltd.
Also Manufacturers of a.11 kinds of Aerated Wa.ters,
CRANBROOK, *   *   *   British Columbia
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too^t^sooooo
5
news  or the:
Taken
From
East
Kootenay
Papers.
DISTRICT	
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,- (snasai* a»'iw«s«wars*rBiBsa««*s443rs6S5«f&s.i aw
MOYIE. ,inatcU (his week and  tho miners    :e-
(From the Lesd.r.) , turned to work on Wednesday nioin-j
The Moylo Rille nnd (i„„ club held j "'«•   Tl'c sottletnonl is the result   of
tii.t     .burning mateli yesterday Imnni coutereiiecs between  ibe rep
; Che Cosmopolitan Botel
llle
J. ii. Stephens.
II. I.. Stephens.
M. Ktickendiirf
J. Lawson,
Morrissey Mines i.s still
turning out its usual quota
of coal. The bie; Alexandra
hotel is still the best conducted hotel in East Kootenay. Your money's worth
at all times.
THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL,
Stephens Itrns. & C,t., Owners and Proprietor,,,
IWorrisseyftlines, B. t.
If. L. Stephens
.1. 1'. 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 _e ,*«*. ..<   t
THE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL
THE lll.i WHITE Mm ll -
Stephens Hr,,?.. Owner. ,,,„! I'ranrlelnra,
Morrissey Junction, B. C.
You Are Liable
To be accidentally Killed, Crippled. Blinded. Disabled
or taken il! at any time, and the value of your time
(which is money to you) may be destroyed in a
moment.
How Dare You
Ignore this danger and go without adequate protection tor yourself or family, against Loss of Time,
Total Disablement or Death ?
If yuu are not fully insured, let us attend to this important
matter for you at once.
DELAYS   ARE   DANGEROUS
Hutchison & Black
Phone 1)9        CRANBROOK        P. O. Box 74
#j»»»ij3\m«rOO-^^
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST COHPANY OF
EAST KOOTENAY, Limited
I Now neinir incorporated, Capital $io,oon
PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS i-John Leask, I.. Clapp. J. Brnull, W. Edwards.
Ilnrnbardt, P. S. Karen. B, Little, ti. lioujgean: Secretary, A, 1- Blink.
Tin's Local invostmenl null lonn coinpiiny has linen  Honied  us
^people's company, by tho people, for tlie people, .,
Shnres $1,00 each Cash, nr on the Monthly Payment I'lnn     2
'Phone 119    Hutchison & Black    Sole Agents |
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...Manitoba Hotel..,   j
11 nili't' New Management i •
S I). A. McDONALD, rianaxer I
I Tbfr Hotel is in the center of town.    The  rooms Are  '
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.
j WE GIVE VOU VOUR MONEVS WORTH
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Picture Taken
Prest Photo lo. |
OOdOOCrCOOOOiC'COOOOCrOOOO
( "•"—••>.
Paint that Stays
Mir uf  the    Park*
I resentatlvea o( the union and Messrs
Klumerfelt, Galei nnd Reynolds, -illi-:
cers ot [lie     International
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1 . .
U fc- H. SMALL, manager jj
ll Fine Sample Rooms in Connection.     The bedrooms f|
*F RATES $2 PER DAY
A Firstclass House  Centrally Located
Mitchell sawmill inn 01 tne     international eunipaiiy.j Jl,
Willie Whitehead while skating last The tcr»1B "' I,»' agrecmeni are said f* are airY an^ comfortable, and the tabic is the best the * T
r,    , ,  ,       ... '" he satlsfncturi   10 imiii sides ,n,,i < v*
Sundaj   U'li  ami hurl  h tinsel I  quite
soriuush    Uf wns taken to tho Cr
I tn In* satlsfnctur)   10 both sides and!
n two yeai contract bus 1 n signed
ik hospital and is mill thero bm [ JUv , whcUu!° l" »** l"»"» up is
-covering   and will »oo» bo out TT1 "'' Iin no* "' foico "' •"»■
•     ict'lcs   111       ilie   Cl'ow.s   \,*st    [W
...  market afiords.
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tl-- -'■ .....  .',., _ ,.l ',.,
.. .*,
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Sam Spoors, who lion been employed b) it Campbell .\ Co loi several! ^'t||
mouths past, Has accopted a position
wuii tho Kast Kootenay Lumbei com
panj .11 Cranbrook, He will bo in
charge ol tho company's supply store.
\ moot Ing ni tli.' shareholders ol
the Woyio Watoi compauy wns held
ai ilif iiiui 1 house mi Wednesday. J.
\ Harvey, president ol lhe company,
wus nol present, so tbe meeting was
presided ovoi by \ V Macdonald,
ih.- vice Dcestdont. The old board oi
direct on was re-elected with the exception <>l  Felix   De* Inlor,  C      \
Poote taking his place. The directors will hold a meeting in Match, at
which time thoy will oleot ufUccts lot
the ensuing year, The company has
made ravorablo progress since tho
lasl mooting nnd lho outlook is
btlghtoi fur lhe shareholders than
ovei before.
1.iiilf Ell/abolh Shaw, only seven
,111,1 a hall years ol ago, enmo all the
waj ftom Dalton in Ptirnoss, England
alone and I a tided in Moyie lliis morning In ilie besl uf health and her
pretty [ace beaming with smiles. Tho
little git-tie girl is a niece nl' Win.
Stephenson and lias been adopted by
!iiin , "d liis wile. She had a very
pleasant trip and received the best
iif' care ami 1 reatment. Before she
started oul an Odd Fellow's emblem,
the three links, was pinned on her
coat, and ii is needless to say that
ihe was kindly looked after by lhe
members of the order with whom
she came in contact.
Dan Mackenzie, an insane man
al large and is supposed to bo hiding
.imn imaginary pursuer!*: some where
in the vicinity oi' Moyie. Mackcii/.ie
iioiiic from Cranbrook about a week
ago and applied to W. R, Stone, who
runs Ihe St. Kugene boarding house,
lor work. Stone gave him a job driving bis team ami the man .seemed all
righl until Friday morning, Yesterday morning ho declared someone was
trying to kill liim and he came running down (he hill liken wild man,
jumping uver fallen trees and embank-
ments.^jh* weal into lhe Manhattan
hotel iind asked ('has. Armstrong to
bide him, Ho seemed perfectly sane
and Armstrong advised him to .nn tn
Constable Rnulh for protection, lie
left the hotel and when Inst seen was
headed inward Cranbrook,
Tlie practice of using Moyie lake as
a common dumping ground should he
slopped. If a dog or cat dies the firsl
impulse seems to he to throw tt iu
Hie lake. Garbage of all sorts is indiscriminately thrown in and thero
are even   gome   chisels dangerously
Th"tim"as,1'2ZZZZ"li\ -pBHlliP i 111BTB9 fSBKffli
III.llll.Mll   I,,I   Kfl   I,-Ilnii,.
nm, nn eighteen yeai ol
ing .1 three mouth!
ul I..
I    IViei Clarnin,
youth, who is sen ing .1 three mouths
term in the citj jail i*>t stealing Iwo •'*-'
watches Irom an ovetcoai hanging in •'.'
ih.- ilall ol a ch)   hotel,  was caugni _•':
in ihe net "i hi the acl ol a mosl dai ■,,<>
Ing robber)  Inlhejailbuildlng on Tiles '-'■■]
iini ,1 new prisoner, was I old that 'he fill
latler's purse bad been left in the 1 ^
outoi loom, He stepped oul to gel: At]
it just in time to catch (loratn waik-j^
ing nil with ll.
Tlie construction ..t the lemporatj "A!j
central olllce ul the telephone system A\
was commenced yeslerdaj'. Mr. (i. C. ,^S|
Hodge, ihe superintendent, arrived! ji
from Wesl Kootena) on Tuesday*ovt
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iWILL BE
various kinds ,,i .loi, Work
wniitnii this ivintt-r. 'J'o l:.-1 il
.lum■ promptly mid righl see
James lireer
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It is The Best Paper in Seven
Districts, and You Should
Have It.
THE HERALD!1;
i- tu tht- wn tor's e9ge.~Now this
II wrong. The people of Moyie
point wiih pride to this beautiful
body of water and people are at-
racled here during tho summer
noiitlio for the purpose of boating and
bathing. But* "if the* lake' itT-to^io
turned Into a sewer and sink hole il
uill lose much of il saUractivcntss.
Tin 11 again in winter ice is pui up
along tho shore for use in summer and
if the water is not pure and clean the
Ice will certainly not bo so either.
Also in winter whon the waterworks
arc oul ol order, as is the case at
present, the entire town is dopendent
upon Ihe lake for its water supply.
All refuse and rubbish should he haul
eil <>ut nf town and dumped and as
much nl it cremated as possible. Hut
by all means keep the lake free, from
impurities.
FERNIE.
(From the Free Press.)
City Assessor Ronnie, who recently
completed his nest assessment for the
ciij  .it Fernie, has complied  the following Interesting tacts in connection
Willi   lliis   work        Tlie   value   ol   IllC
■eal estate inside the limits, accord*
ng    lo      Mr.    Ronnie's   valuation
11 ma to $357,8111!.00,      The tola!
rahte ol Improvements amounts to
S371,010,0000, making a total valua-
lon nl $720,0011.00, The assessed val-
ies, winch Include ihe total valuation
ii the real propertj and hall Ihal nl
ibe improvements, amounts in JB-IS,-
650.00 on which taxes are collectable.
At tho court ol revision whicli sits
ui tin- 27th Inst, their will be heard
ill appeals. These 50 appeals repri
iont considerably under Hi per cent of
the total of assessed property. One
appeal hns been entered for an increase ol assessment.
On Tuesday Postmastot Johnson received a wire from ,1. O. McLeod, of
Vancouver, postoillee inspector for
the province, informing him that temporary arrangements were being made
for the carrying of mails over the fl.
N. It, to and from Fernie. Tuesday's
train Irom Rosford brought tho first
mail sacks over lhc new road. These
sacks were for points east as far as
Manitoba, Mail sacks from points
ast and wesl now arrive on the C.
P IT to bo sent over the G. N. It.
Thus Fernie is made the distributing
m
HMcmIi and i-'.-il
MEAT
MERCHANTS I
I'resh uml Cured Meats    '■■*':
Fresh    lisli,   Game   and
Poultry.
Wi* Mi|>|il> 11111\ ilu'  bcRI      Vi ur
trade is ujilcited
Vtirkcis in mt lhe principal towns
In llriiinh LithiiuiiiH
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J9Q5      NEW      19Q5
„,„B. ,fc.uu.ma-. ,m„,,,',',;„,a- mMzmmimMm'mmMmmmmMi
liie as well as a lotol othei material   - .     ---   -   -    r*r'
is on tho way from Vancouver and
until its arrival there is not a great
deal of work for his men to do.
Some excellent limber is being cut
by the Elk Lumber ami Manufacturing company ai its logging camp a
mile back from the Elk river. One
line fir was cut this week which made
nine logs of sixteen feet each. The
hut l log will make 112:1 feet ol luiiiber and the whole tree will main',
7032 feel. The tree was perfectly'
si 1 tu ul froni tup to bottom. The lum
her cut into flooring gives this one
tree a   value of $200.
Mrs. W R. Ross lefl on Wednesday
via the O. \. R. to join her husband
who is attending the session of the
legislature nl  Victoria.
Th.
WINDERMERE.
(Prom the Wilmer Outcrop.)
I{ A, Kimptun has completed arrangements with an eastern firm to
start a fruit nurscrj on his Windermere ranch next season. Ho has been
preparing fot this foi some time aud
will start in nexl season with 25,000
grafted trees of many varieties.
Seeing thai the ('. P. ii. can unl)
take frmn four to eight loaded ears
up ihe big hill al a time, it is ouh
reasonable tu think thai lln* companj
is in a hurry to sec U10 K. C, R.
built that lho most of the freight
may he sent through this valley over
a good grade.
The Upper Columbia and the I pper "5^
Kootenay valleys will supply the K.
('. It. a large amount ol freight from
their great mineral, forest and agricultural resources, but 11 may lie a!
few years before ii will equal In tonnage tlie amount ol coal and the gen-!
oral freight thai will pass ovei 11
emouto from ocean to ocean.
On Monday one nf the men driving
a sleigh loaded wiih 27 sawlogs luii
C. it. L. company narrowly escaped
install! dea-th. Near W. H. Abel's
liinch tlu* bind bobs swung over n
small bridge, upsetting the liig load I
Mil (op of which the driver was seated. Two good sized logs rolled over
aim as he la)' on the ground and lie
remained unconscious for about 15
infinites, !•', c, Siockdale was foe'
on!) witness of ibe accident, having
just slepped off the road to loi tho
team pass, bill being on the opposite
side to which the load turned over
could not aid the driver. Ho immediately ran around aud extricated the
driver, who, when he revived, drove
the horses to Canterbury and apparently was little injured by the accident.
Wall Papers
.,1 ii
shown in Crnulirook
Stripe Effects
Varnished Tiles for lliitltr i
Mouldings to Mulch all I'npers
HOUSE   AND   SI3N   PAINTING
F.J. Bradley & Co.
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The Old Way
of doing the family washing is nut only laborious and unhealthy
but Is altogether out of keeping with the Idea of modern living
(   --ijfc^^ $tawaW''
V 4 Slj&jjffir*'    .Ja Laundry Trays
\ ':       'a \^~|^'i-.v-^', mj makeltpossibletodothe"wash-
J^.*. taf*^°*r *V*:f. ?w_-»'v'// ing" with the least labor nnd besl
K ^~-'^A'M\%   : ;i.. V__^''" r^^"''* to I101I1 mist'-ess and ser-
r^~'^ T^J^_iWET'^r^c^' vants. Is thcreany reason for not
r     liwPr --* '™"i^ having a  modern "^tattdaKf
I       l'i l,'i^/nSrp "'•^r'."™T_*'\l, Laundry in your home? If you
fr-_^\ ^     Hilnkthecosthlgh,consultusand
" 1) 1B c O N T e N T "
you will be agreeably surprised.
Patmore Bros., Cranbrook.  B. C.
1
LUMBER
Robinson-McKenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
FORT STEELID.
(Froni the Pronpector.)
Mr. nml Mr.s. A. It   h'onwick visii-
nl (.'rnnliiunii 'Friday.
Frotl    Dilution,    nntl Oeo, Hats  Al1 Kintl' "
•ii-i«- nl ('r„„l„n„k -Siiinlay last.        j _                                       .     .                           .    .                  ,
II is reiinrii'il llial tltolosging camp   \?QU ir  T|    Jl H tl    ! > rt'SSCtl    l Al ttl nCT
Air. and Mrs. T   T   McVittie, who] p^*'    ",'-1
ll   Sheep   creek   will   continue   Opont-I ,_    w>       _., _ .,_:.-^i,   ■-' '-**
Ions during ilu- summer months,
have been visiting al Spokane for thu
pas 1   two  weelis,   returned  lo Steele
Wed iiead ay.
Don McKay,    who   has a contract
r building a bridge al Sheep creek,
lefl Steele on Wednesday with small
force to commence operations, ll will
take about leu days 10 complete 'lie
bridge
•ink Home Bee, fyfaj   p^g
Wanted
It  is 1'iiri
it is Healihv
It i.s the liest
Ft. Steele Brewing Co
BURY GAVE \ LUNCHEON.
Winnipeg Free Press: Mr. (;. .J.
lliiry uuv,' 11 IiiiH'lienii ,ii (lie Manitoba I'litli totlay in honor nf Mr. fl.
Marpolc, nf Vancouver, mill .Air. it.
It. -lainii'snii, ui Calgary.   The guests
were Mr. VV. H'liyle, Mr. A. M. Nan-       	
inn. Mr, IV. Cross, Mr, F. T. GrlfthJ
Mr. c, E. MoPhcrson, Mr. F. VV. I'.-   .,. _ 11;   \\r^ie
ters,    Mr.   F.   F.     Busteed, Mr. A. JOhrt   W.  WOll
Price. Mr. F. E. C+atiHcr.
NEW POSITION FOR LEONARn.
Montreal, Fab.   1,1.—The  announcement   was   made today that Mr. J.
...W.   Leonard luui   been given tlie np-
jinlnl- from both directions fur mall polntmenl   of   manager nl   lonsii,,   ()\_ shoes made new.    All kinds
", ami from Uie United States. | tion nu the projected C. P   It.  .inr . . n> „
Tin strike a i CoIotmhi was lerin-- from Toronto to Sndbury of repairing,   (live me a call.
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Sealed tenders, endorsed "Tender
for Contract K" and addressed to M
E. (lillis, Cltj Clerk, Calgary, will
be received until noon on March Ifitll
lflOfi, for supplying about 000 cedar
| poles 30 feet long and 120 poles ,'/>
feel long.
Specillcatlons may be obtained from
lhc Cily Engineer, Calgary.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.
F. W. Thorold,
Citv Engineer,
Calgary.
AGENTS WANTED,
Applications will bo received by the
undorsigned for the position of agent
ioi tliis locality. One willing to canvass preferred, Good position to
the right  man.   Apply
Occidental Loan & Savings Co.,
P. I). Box J 62.
■HV4t Vancouver, Bf C r^
Ugislati'i
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-    MAR L;
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THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
YOLUMK
OIIANIIIIOOIC,   ItlilTISII   COLUMBIA,     'lIURSDAY,   MABCH   9.   1905.
NUMBER   49
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Head Office. Toronto.
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Deposits Received,   (ieneral ItankitiK Business Transacted
siviNtis bink Dupmricpit  i,cn,.„. Kn.lirt-lil.nil *n»»e«.
I'HiiSENI RATE or INTBRBST THREE PERCENT
IIASKIMI ll Y MAIL   llunnalta tllilv lie Hindu ami withdrawn l,v II.
tlul-iit town il.-.-.nllil. le.-ei.e .•veiy iilli-iilinii.   I'uiiiiiin nlinns tulili,'t.aial
in tlm manage,.,(lln, UrahlirtKik ummih uill r iva pruutpl attuutlon.
I'-KiMHUtMlk MUNCH F. C. MALPAS, Manager.
IMPERIAL BANK 0I: CANADA
Capital, I'aid Up
Rtsi
$3,000,000 S
$3,000 0U0 *
HEAD OFFICE, TCWCNTO, ONTARIO. J
T. R. Merrill, Pks.   D. R. Wilki<, Vice Pr«. a„J Gen. Manager J
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This is the
FURNACE
that stood the test
during
old man Simpson's
recent off spell
of weather
INSTALLED BY
J. D. McBRIDE
i>\  its SECOND READING.
Victoria, Match ".—The long debate un the Kcond reading ol the
public schools bill terminated this
afternoon, tlu* ohiel feature of ihe
ctoslug speeches being a remarkable
attack on the Liberal party as b
while antl lhe Liberal members In*
iliMilually I.v IJawlbniuthwaite. leader nl liie Socialist*.  The woottd read
Itlg Ol lhe hill tallied hy a fOtfl tl
Vi Iii 17, 1'aikei Willtiilus and Haw-
ilninitliwaite,   Socialist!,   and   t>a\i.l-
noti, Labor, voting with tin* government, The Ollly iiieiiibi-i wliu did tlOt
was  Houston,    wliu  waa iu his Real
early m ibe afternoon, but did not
respond tu the   rail ol the division
hell
Tbe vole stood;
For—Bowser, Cotton, Clifford, )a-
Vtdsoti, B311180U, Kiaser, Fulton, Uai-
deii. Qlfford, Grant, Green, Hawthorn thwaiiv, MacGowati, McBride,
A. Macdonald, Ross, Shatford, Tut-
low, Taylor, Wilson, Wright, Young,
Williams.—23.
Against—Brown, Cameron, Drury,
Evans Hall, Henderson, Junes, King,
.1. A. Macdonald, Muuroe, Murphy,
Mel tines, McNtven, Oliver, Patersou,
Tanner, Wells-17.
The debate oil tho bill was resinned by Curler-Cotton, president of the
council, who frankly admitted several
weaknesses in the measure and promised that amendments would he iu
trodiiced to meet the objections railed by the opposition. Cotton asked
ihat the second reading of the bill he
adopted without division in view of
bis promise that the objectionable
lea lures would be eliminated.
J. A. Macdonald, leader ol the apposition, In reply lu Cotton, pointed
out thai ii was now uulte apparent
ihe government had. introduced the
schools bill without due consideration
of its cited upon the school system
und Ihat ufter bearing the criticisms
of the opposition the president of the
ouncll hud been put up to promise
amendments, lie ventured to predict
that if the bill ever gol to the committee stage it would emerge therefrom a greatly changed measure unl
for this transformation the country
would have lo thank the opposition,
He declared that the bill really was
not [ranted with a view tu Improving
the existing school system but simply for lhe purpose of relieving ibe
provincial treasury. In ibis sense
lhe hill was proof ol a lack of moral
courage on the part of the government. Il wus really a fiscal measure
but the government lacked the courage io admit as much and under ihe
pretence ol benefitting the educational
system hud Introduced the hill to Increase taxation.
Mr. MiU'donalri pointed out that the
admission made by lhe president ol
the council Indicated clearly ihat ihe
government Introduced the lull without appreciating what cited its provisions would bave upon the school
system In ilns Instance the government was only following along the
lines adopted last session lu regard
iu the Assessment Act measure
which was introduced wit bunt cure
inl investigation as to iis probable
effects, with the result that the government bad to appoint a commission
io make inquiries Which should have
preceded the passage of the act. Macdonald dealt with the details ol the
hill, enipintsizing his previous criticisms ol ils obvious delects and urge
ing the government to wUhdraw it
Wells (Columbia) followed in a Uriel
speeeh, selling forth liis views as lo
why the bill was calculated lo seriously impair tlu- present school system.
1 luwtlnii iilliw.iitt', Socialist, who
was received wllh loud mul prolonged
applause irom tho government bench
es, spoke al great length with his
iisuusuiil fervor. His support of the
bill was unmeasured and Unqualified,
As a matter ol fact he made a far
more enthusiastic speech In support
nl the bill than did the Introducer,
Pulton, minister ol education, or any
of the members ol liie governmeul or
straight government supporters. Not
Only did he eulogize llie hill In the
strongest language ui his command,
hm lu- proceeded to denounce the Liberal members individually and colled ively for their stand, not only on
the sclioois bill, hut on all mutters
of legislation, ifttrlhiiting to them
views never expressed ou or ulT ibe
door uf llie house by any one ol
them.
To such au extent did Hawthorn*
Ihwalte curry tills misrepresentation
that finally Macdonald, Oliver Pater-
son and Tanner had to rise and demand retractions. Hawlhointhwaite
then turned from provincial Liberals
to dominion Liberals and viciously
attacked Sir Wilfrid Laurier, and attempted to drag in the provisions ic-
gardlng schools in the Northwest autonomy bill.
The gpccclt was vigorously applauded throughout hy the government
supporters and well merited the remark made by Dr. King, of Cranbrook, who closed the debate, that
the time had arrived when Hawthorn-
thwnito should throw oil the cloak t.f
Socialism, and take his seat with tlie
Conservatives ol whom he was so
(greatly enamored.
I The schools bill goes iofy committee tomorrow, and judgu * from 'be
promises made by the president of the
council it is to be subjected to very
careful revision.
SAVED BY   TWO VOTES.
Victorilh   March   fi—A   motion ii
give the    public   schools    bill
six
duced by a special message from the
lieutenant governor, elicited a vigorous protest from the leaders uf 'he
opposition. The bill proposes tu subject mining companies tu special regulations iu regard to assessments and
Macduiiuld contended it Was unfair to
months hoist was only defeated tli
afternoon bv IB to i
ists and Labor memhfis voting
the government
Hall (Victoria) resumed the debate
i the secotd reading ot the hill this
afternoon.  He spoke foi upwards   >\
half an hum,    and closed by moving
thai ihe bill Ih- lead the second lime
x mOnths hence n.slead ot now.
Carter-COtton (Kichtnohs)) Imirfedl-
ntely    moved   au   &m*mltjtt|it lu ad
join n  the    debute.   A   vuit* taken OB
Hun's     amendment    it-siilied     a>
»tatt'd-lH to li-as follows:
Kor-Tatlow, McBride, Wilson, Cotton, Clifford, Bowser Fiasei, Rosi
Davidson, Kllison, Green, Fulton,
Garden, Young, Shatfurd, Oram, A.
Macdonald, Hawthotnthwalte, Williams— in.
Against     Mclunes,    Drury,
Cameron,    McNivcn,   Murphy
Evans,    Tanner'   Hendeisuii,
Macdonald,   Oliver,   Patcrspn,
Mtmiue, llruwn, King—17.
Absentees—Houston,   Taylor
ford, Wright, McGowan.
A bill tu amend lhe unrepealed pre
visions of the assessment act,
RUSSIANS MEET DEFEAT.
St. Petersburg, March it.—('t a. tn.)
-The hatlle ol Mukden has resulted
in a Russian defeat.
Field Marshal Oyamu once more I .is
proven himself one of ilu* greatest
masters ot ilu* school uf strategy and
the question is, will (Ieneral Kui<>-
patkiu be able lu defend his title as
a muster uf successful retreats and
bring off his arm) with ils InifDvliBu
Tie pass whoro a po-
prepared wnh
ibis contingency lu view
,   ..   .,       .1 Ham safely lu Tie i,
DOth   Social- i
si lum   long   ugu     was
Willi '
ROOSEVELT INAl GI 'RATED.
Washington,   March    J   The  mosi
brilliant and   Imposing Inauguration
I which tlie citizens of Washington have
ever prepared has passed into the bis*
1 tory of the republic.   Theodore Rouse
Nell did uut ride lu the cupitol, hitch
I the horse lu a shade tree, enter   the
.building and  lake  the uaih uf office
'hooted aud spurred.   The traditional
"; I Jeffersoniaii   Simplicity   was   replaced
by a pageant which has not tifii surpassed in the annals uf (he nation.
For a week the District ol Columbia has been the bust of the Union.
Fortbe uuparallolled celebration of
today the sole credit is due to her
citizens, the officials of lhe war and
navy departments, and the officers of
tbe army and navy.
ll was the first inauguration since
the civil war to which lhe south sent
up its warriors and (ts stale ollieers.
'""'Ulen who fought each other for yei
lltrO-    ,„,.   ,,;„ .   „_ _.    ....      .
Hall,
Jones,
.1. A.
Wells,
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under different Hags, men wbofuiight
logethci in the war with .Spain under one flag; executive ollieers of (Instates who upheld the stars and
stripes, and who stood for the flag of
union, marched together iu review before their common president,  a sol-
impose upon mining industries conditions not enforced    as against oilier I
property or income Interests.       The
mining    industry had huen subjected
to enough bad legislation he thought, I
wit hunt    the   government    bringing'
down    a measure of this kind, which
was   merely a case of-class   legislation, the proposed regulations not being enforced against personal properly incomes.      The bill reads as follows.: |
The   unrepealed   provisions
_ dier of lhe republic.
OF
THIRTIETH    ANNIVERSARY
THE IMPERIAL BANK.
Montreal Star, March 4.—There-
was no outward ceremony to littljcato
that yesterday was the thirtieth anniversary of the Ini|«-rial Hank of
Canada. Nevertheless the matter was
an event of more than local interest.
| The  Imperial  Rank of  Canada    em-
 of the  barked in business on March 1, 1875,
Assessment Act, btiug Chapter 17H ol  For the first year it occupied quar-
Iho revised statutes, 1897, are here- ters in the Canada Permanent build-
by amended liy inserting after flection  ing on    Toronto Street.     It subse-
1U thereof tbe folluwing secliuiis;        | qucntly     removed     tu Ihe Exchange
"Ilia—At any time after making en building on     the    corner uf Leader
assessment or accepting  luxes based   Lane and Wellington street, then cc-
upon a    return ur returns furnished  ■,.■.,,,]„!   by     Uhj   foronto Corn Ex-
pursuant tu section 11 thereof, should   change,     whicli   premises are l.nlay
assessor ascertain that said return   the bead offices of the bank.
or said  returns are,  misleading, |    At *jfa mUlll  tlle ?iii.\.nil capital
ur did nut furnish sufficient 0f the Imperial Bank was $250,000.
upon which tu arrive at on July  1,  187!i, the Imperial Bank
absorbed   the  Niagara  Districl Bank",
incorrect,
information
the Correct amount at whicli the
put of the mine iu question should
have been assessed for the period coveted by said return ur returns, the
assessor may, from such information
as he may be able tu obtain, notify
the manager or oilier person to whom
notice may be addressed of llie additional amount payable in respect uf
the output ot such mine for said period, and require payment thereof, ;wid I
such notice shall state the date of a
special meeting of the court of revision and appeal lo he held not less
than H days after the dale uf said
uut ice.
"lfib—Any person who is dissatis-
lietl with the amount claimed by an
and ibe capital was increased iu
$500,000, The progress of the Imperial Bank since that, date has been
marked, the paid-up capital today
being S'LOOOjiiw and the reserve i'i,-
UUOJlUU, while the hank has branches
iu Ontario, Quebec, Maui tuba, British Columbia and the Nor Ul West I'cr-
riluries.
Mr. D. R. Wilkie has been general
manager of the Imperial Bank since
its inception. With the exception of
Mr. William Henderson, the messenger, Mr. Wilkie is lhe unly man who
bears that distinction. Mr. O. F.
Rice, local lnanagei* uf tbe lni|>eri.il
Bank, and formerly with the Niagara
rr
SATURDAY ONLY
Wc wll
$2.50.
sell a line of regular $3.00 Shoes at
This is a big snap, so don't miss it.
Just received a large line
Spring
Hats
direct from the factory
in New York. Buying
them direct enables us
lo offer them at very
low prices.
Our stock of
River Drivers'
Miners'
and Prospectors'
SHOES
is very complete
If you are not wearing
Invictus
Shoes
you should, as they are
the best made in
Canada
assessor,   acting under   section IUa, ' District Bank, has been with the lm-
may appeal lo said court of revision
and appeal against said assessment
and be shall he entitled to have his
objection heard by such court. The
court ol revision ami appeal shall
bave power to sit from time to time
specially to hear and determine such
appeal which shall state the grounds
of objection in detail, aud musl be
given by the person making the same
within ten days from the date of saitl
assessment notice.
"16c—The powers conferred hy sections K>a and 10b shall apply to assessment and taxation iu respect of
Ihe past as well as of the future output of mines, and to returns received
perial Bank since iis absorption of
the Niagara District Bank, un July
I,  1875.
THAT FIRE WALL.
Editor Herald: As a strong effort
has just been made by Beale ,v El*
well lo have a brick (ire wall erected between the Watts building aud
Reid iVCo.'s proposed store and it
is to be regretted that their effort
was unsuccessful. $175,000 worth of
property is involved in the "big"
block, and this vasf amount uf property is only insured for the Insignificant     amount    of   $50,000.     Where
ricDonald I
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j       CALGARY
;   Wholesale CotnmlMloii
; merchants
; and mannTacturers' Jlgents
- - —
X AOENCIcS :
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$ The Waiitlla Roller Mill.
I The LuniMlaii poller Mills
J The Brutlwai'iline Roller Mills
JS Naisbitt & Cinnr.an> Slock Food
J The Moyie Umber and Milling Co.
J Lever Bros., •• Siitilisln Soap "
J The   " Armour "   Limited
J The Vunel Packing Co.
J The Rene Cigar Co.
_ Vienna Fond Cn.
TEMPLETON'S?
Bit Book and Drug Store '
, , ,, .1      .1 .   . ,, would the property imKlers and'racr-
before as well a* In those that shall ,.^-y b(, ,„ t,,0 m,nt „, „„., Ma|,y
wa.ulil tie liiiaiu-iiilly "broke" ami it
swins a pity that the present oppor.
tunity, and probably tbe only one of
 ■'■'    ot
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be received alter the passant, ol, this
not,
"Hid—All assi'Ssini'iits hereafter
made by assessors upon llle output jjfegiinllng Uld block should
of mines alter tbe assessments llau, bM,„ ^j,,,,, n( K|.„m a spre.
based upoa quarterly returns that ulatlve point of view alone the proji-
iverc misleading, incorrect, or whicli nsilion was a valuable one, the pro-
did not furnish sufficient information posed wall would have cost $153'.,
upon which to arrive at Hie correct ami estimating on the amount ol 111-
iiiiiouiit at which lhc output of the surance actually being carried, '.he
mine in question .should have been us- reduction in the cost ot insurance
scssed lor the period covered liy said would have paid lor the wall in one
return had already been ninde, ire. year-100pcr cent on the money. It
hcrby ratified and confirmed where no is said that the merchants could r.ot'
appeal has been taken against such agree as to the proportionate amount j
assessments and where appeals have which each should pay toward the
been taken against such assessments cost ol construction. He can picture
then the assessments as lined by '.he a capitalist offering to construct tho
court, of revision and appeal arc here- wall and merely asking in return Hie
by ratillcd and confirmed; provided, actual amount saved hy each mi'i-
howevcr, that this section stall not cnan,{ on |,js po]jcy every year, giv-
affcr.t any litigation now pending ie- ine them the advantages ol the wall
gardiug such assessments; provided free. Would such an otter have nccn
further, that upon the termination ol accepted? It is very improbable. It
any such litigation, should any one would be too much of a "graft." inn
such assessment he held lo he invalid per cent oh his money? Absurd! 25
cither in whole or in pari, then lhc per cent ot their savings would ani|i-
asscssor may make ri,-assrssn>c„t ur |y   fecbrhpeh'se   him!   And   yet liny
re-assessments under the powers cm- had lliis "grail" in their own hands.
letred by sections 16a, 16b and   16c What a pity.
■m**'." I Piopertj Owner.
FOR
SALE I
The bitiltliiis formerly
oc-
by The Herald on Armstrong Avenue
PRICE. $1400 \
Seeds for
Spring
White Clover
J Red Clover
Lawn Grass
Swede Turnip
Peas
Beets
; Sweet Peas
1 i Onions
; Carrots, Etc.
POSSESS A STONOER VITALITY
nml ind inorr, fully mnlnretl llian thow d_.-_
diitit iiimii n:it,in-. Tho fnrmorliBS enunglVto
c.iiiifii.i  with t;*1—■*   *""<'-• " **"        -
Our'* coM ih. ni
and un tin iml
trnithjff io poor ni
npfinrly developed i
$3.00 WORTH FREE
I lining lull Lnf<*>
1 Don'tilKlav. A l„,-liilr.ii.l Jill l.rlinl.u
: Bttlon aSalart. Illoitrattd .auimo fc
DENVER SEED 4FLOBALCO., Utmin.SI-
TEMPLETON'S
tlif Book and Drug Store
I TIIK  OBANBBOOK   IIKItAI.D-
(IRAN BROOK
By Tbo
HERALD
lerald Publishing Company.
Limited.
Ma
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Kdltor and Manager.
It
t-lr*
mini in  South   Ball  Root*
be withonl it. mid vtavja-aa
oi tbedl4trict,wbotsiot«eat*ad
-n.if this Hotiou. thi »uld rvni
fovenunent
thonges.
Time
Tlu* Herald
only |9. No
e&n afford to
Uvingoutsitli
in ihi' prutjriii
It publlihwi the lie WH tthilu iti » iwwb. it ll
controlled abeolutolj bj Th.- pubUaher. No
clique, party or Individual dictates it policy-
It don't u-.v to ploose tlm people, ft'i imn
.►.to publish n ntswipoperthal will be a irwiit
to the community,  (tend i» yonr subMrip-
tion nml nnd JOB will bi tlimikful i-ht ntttn-
iv unl.
Advertising rates fl per Inch, single t30l«
uiun, per mo nth i ao more and no lew.
Beading matter IS cent* i^r llnetonon*
ttdvei Uwik; it iin per Hue to regular ad-
verUsera. Burdnow Joculi ftvecents per Has
iii-ii Insertion.
ll you desire to reach the people ut South
Kant Kooteuuy you must advert!** la The
Herald.
The Herald has a Brstelau jult-pluni, nud
Itaworkleol tbe beet. The Herald don't
want charity,   It wants u square deal on
jour job work.   It wi-."iin't unit j on in ipl'il-
Ity and price, klok, and Bend your work to
•owe i heap John bouse lu the east that never -I'l-iiii* u ci'iii in Uranhruok,
EDITORIAL NOTES.
There was never finer weather
than thut enjoyed by the peopled
Cranbrook tor the past three weeks.
Think of it, .May weather in the
latter part of February and so fur
in   -March.    No  WOlldor  that   tlu;
people an- delighted.
Theodore Roosevelt was inoguar-
aU-il as president of the United
States last Saturday, and the ceremonies wore the most imposing
ever held in Washington. Por the
next four years Mr. Roosevelt will
lie president by the choice of the
people and not by accident, und if
his continues to grow in popularity
at the end of his four year term be
will be re-elected liy the unanimous
choice of tin; people, notwithstanding liia linn declaration that ho
would never be a candidate for the
presidency again.
Sir Wilfred Lattrier made one of
the best speeches of liis life iu the
Support of tbe separate school
clause in the new autonomy bill for
the Territories, but ho lind to
tract and make important concessions to save the bill, The entire
west was against hint,    The people
demand the absolute separation of
school aud state iu the formation
of the new provinces.
With the resignation of the Hon.
Clifford Blfton there are some rumors that reflect very severely upon
that gentleman's moral character,
Whether they are true or not, the
Herald is not in a position to say,
and although it has no disposition
to condone, it would say that tliere
are hundreds of men in both public and private, life who aro guilty
of a radical departure from the
■straight and narrow path of virtue,
and when one gets caught all of
those who have escaped detection
hold up their hands iu holy horror,
Thero are many ways of being «
rank hyprocrite in travelling
through tliis vale of tears.
The new school act introduced
by the government has passed a second reading and has gone to committee with the promise that soim
radical changes will be made to
make the measure morn acceptable
to the people. Tliere is ample
room for improvineiit, and if these
changes are made the harsh criticisms of the present may be buried,
A picture ol Cranbrook'a court
house and government office should
grace   the   walls of   parliament.
They are the worst in Canada today."
Tin- Caor of Russia, with the
peasants in revolt al home ami the
wm* with Japan in the cast, fully
realizes the expression "twist devil
and the deep blue sea."
There is a movement OU foot in
Alberta to obliterate party lines iu
the formation of the government
for the new province. The originator of the move is .1. .1. Young,
the able manager of the Calgary
Herald. Mr. Young's idea has been
taken up by members of both parties with a great deal of enthusiasm
[or the reason that it is based on
theslogau that will win."Alberts
first, political parties afterward."
The course of the Herald during
the preliminary struggle on the
apltal question, and in the discussion of the terms of the formation of th*.' new province, marks
Mr. Voting as a man of most excellent judgment, with a conservative nature, that, combined with
ability, makes the safe man. Mr.
Young is at present a member of
the Territorial government and it
the people recognize ability and
long service for the advancement
of Alberta, he will occupy a high
place in the government of the
new province. It is coming to
him, aud in Ins selection tlio people would have a man who would
leave nothing undone to promote
the best interests of the province.
In tlie discussion of tho school
bill in the local house sumo of tin
members have displayed peculia'
ideas of the science of government.
One member stated, while speaking
of the school bill, that the measure
was framed for the purpose of saving the government money even if
it did cost the people more. Ac
cording to our idea, the government
is the people, or at least should l>e.
Those in charge' at the seat of government are but the representatives
of the people. They are working
for the people who are stockholders
in the big corporation. But us a
rule the representatives of the government imagine that they are the
whole thing and the people don't
count for much. And this Bame
disposition hns killed many a party in every land where tin; people
have the right to declare them
delves.
The Herald stirred up the menagerie last week, and as it cou-
sequence there has been a gre.it
xodus of pimps and male piano
players from the red light district.
Constable Morris, with Mr. Barron.
who was acting for Constable
HoskiiiB, the latter being confined
at home by sickness, huve been
giving the icy glare and stern
words of warning to this disreputable class of humanity, aud they
have taken the hint aud the road
at the same time. The move is a
goal one and Tho Herald trusts
that from this time ou the hop
fiends and pimps will lie given to
understand that they arc not want-
ed in Crnnbrook.
Lorrassed soul. But the next day
the world looked bright once more,
and since Tuesday the water company have been giving us a pressure thai would run the Kast
Kootenay saw mill. The force
have again gotten good nutured.
Billings can smile. Haines is heard
to laugh again, Bennett eats his
nieala regularly, "Winsome Willie1'
has lost his tired look, but the up.
prentice "Speedy George" i« not
going to take any chances and has
failed to show up Bitted (Saturday,
Por hups he is wise, but we have
faith enough iu the banna bull and
Manager Stocks to think that our
trials and Iriluilalious along this
line are over for the present.
Wo unl a friend coming up
street one nigh I this week carrying
something in a sauk, Wo asked
him what ho was carrying along so
mysteriously,and ho said* "Keep
il quiet, but 1 have a new dress
in herefrom Katun's for my wife,
and 1 told hr!' that this was the
only way I would bring  it homo."
There is going to be a branch of
a commission house iu town. It
will lie possible to drop in and drop
a dollar ou your judgment as to
whether the market will go up or
down in the next ten seconds. A
man with a live dollar note, can
buy on a sixteenth of a cent margin
mure wheat than the best fanner
iu the Territories could raise on 10U
acres of land. If you lose your
margin you lose you wheat, and if
the market goes up you are u
shrewd stock operator, for you cash
in aud get the coin. It, beats betting on the ace iu the whole if you
win, and if you lose it is like draw
ing to eighteen,
A loud talking person in a public
hall, church or theater audience, he
it man or woman, is an abomination
Attention attracted In this way i.-
unfortunate for the victim as it unavoidably gives rise to comment that
is far from complimentary, since it
prevents many other people who have
paid their money from enjoying thu
program presented.
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ANNOUNCEMENT!
We are glad to see that the public of Cranbrook are convinced of the saving
they make in purchasing their Clothes, Furnishings, etc., from us, and are keeping
on .buying. Our stock got pretty .veil reduced, so we telegraphed for a New Stock,
which we expect daily. On request ol many people who would like to attend our
Auction Sales also, and cannot come in lhe evening, we decided to have our next
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ff OBSERVATIONS 1
Z BY TIIK 01,1) MAN J
».»»'M>9i9»**8a»*e*r»$rM,»'9a<1
Tin; average twin is downenst
llii'ni, iliivs thi,,tiny of thnt EuBter
hut that is sure to come, Not tlml
the hut will ilistri'HM I,im. it is the
bill thut will follow.
And speaking of huts. why is it
that when a man gets a hat i vory-
Ixxly nritit'i'ri it und makes comments, while nothing is thought ol
a new hut on a lady. The answer
is easy. It is so seldom tlml u man
gets u hat that a new lid always
changes his appearance.
Down in Kentucky they have n
talking tree, and over in Alberta
the people have been going wild
over mirages. The tiro brands
must possess similar elements, al-
though it has al nays been claimed
that there was a big difference between Canadian and Kentucky
whisky.
Tom Covin is getting busy with
his ranch, lie must have his eye
on lhe farmer vote.
John Smith, of the government
office, suys thut Kuroputkin is like
a tramp because he took a Tie
Pass.
The Herald hits been having all
kinds of trouble the past three
weekB on account of luck of power.
It takes power to run u newspaper
like The Herald, and lots of it,
For three weeks in succession we
had to send the forms over to Fort
Steele and print, tht! paper on the
Prospector press. Brother Grace
extended every courtesy to us, for
which we owe him tunny thanks.
This week we started in joyful and
hapeful, but were doomed to disappointment on Monday, and not
a wheel turned in the office. Man-
ager Stocks, of the water company,
J. I. Tiirte. who r. signed (torn preferred to walk two blocks out of
the Laurier government, is said to his way that day rather than to
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SOCIETY AND
Auction Sale Saturdays at 2 and
Come one, come all, and make your dollar work the double shift.
dollars worth of goods lor one dollar.
Respectfully yours,
7 p. m.
Have two to four
B. BANNETT
AUCTIONEER
A. GARVEY
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MOINA1.  LAKHS  S
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Cranbrook, 11. C.
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RAMBLING REVERIES
UV A DREAMICH.
Tlie path is easy Ihat is paved with
love.
Lift
(lavs,
is not measured by length
hut hy depth of deeds.
Think thoughtfully, act cheerfully,
Iffhave beauiiiully and you will lit'
appreciated accordingly.
Humility is a lieautifiil glare in
woman. Never put yourself before
other people. Let them put you forward that their praise may he Vuliui-
tary.
Tbe happiest man in lhe world is
the common every day ehap who
makes nis own living, pays his bills,
bas a little money as he goes along,
hut doesn't strive la get a corner i.n
the local output, and is a slave neither to ambition ur society, lie
loves his God and his fellow man,
thinks "there is no place like home,''
the haven of rest, prefers the company of his wife and children to that of
anyone else, never has to sit up at
night to poultice his conscience, believes in the doctrine of live and let
live, and when he encounters one of
the needy he doesn't stutter with his
pocketbook. The plain man is happy
because he is satisfied aud does not
spend the best of his life yearningfor
things four sizes too large for him.
Wc often wonder il we are sufficiently patient with our school teachers, especially the fair sex. It l& so
easy when Charlie comes home witii
his complaints to say disagreeable
things of the teacher. The queens wc
should all honor are the female day
school teachers of the land. H'e
should put upon iheir brow the coronet instead of speaking evil of them.
They arc the sisters and the daughters of our towns and cities, selected
out nf n vast number of applicants
because i.f their especial intellectual
ami moral endowment. There are In
none of your homes women more worthy. 'Hie teachers, some of them,
come from affluent homes, choosing
teaching as a useful profession; olli-
crs, raiding that falher is older than
he used to be, and that his strength
is not so good, go to leaching to
lighten his load. Hut if yon could
read the history of a large majority
of our teachers, it would say "father is dead." It is hard for men to
oarn a living in this day and age oi
the world, but it is harder for women, These teachers, after receiving
their certificates, step over Iho sill of
the public school to do two things,
instruct the young ami earn their
own bread. Their work is wearing to
the last degree. The management cf
forty or fifty children, the suppres-1
siun of their vices,  Ibe development ]
A gloat many tii.ils and caiiM
mighl be overcome and even avoided
altoguthoi hy ilu- cultivation ol .1
cheerful spirit, if one is onvItemed
with cares and unpleasantness, 'tis
wise too meet them as cheerfully as
you can. 'Hu- more cheerful the heller. There i.s nothing llko cheerfulness to scutter the mists that constantly arise iu this life; 'Us like the
genial sun which disperses ihe clouds
and fogs. There is nothing like it lu
brace one's self with, and strengthen
one to meet the trials ami vieisai-
tudes of life. Have you not observed
how much easier one glides along
life's pathway who moves cheerfully?
They seem lo avoid many cares ami
actually win success where others
fail. So cheerfulness and a mild tempered -spirit will prove a blessing that
live in other beans #as well as their
own. li tliere is a duty tu perform
do tt cheerfully. The real cheerful
person has more sunshine iu his heart
and will dispel mure gloom iban a
lliuusand that are deficient iu this respect. They arc a light to utheis, a
light loses none of iis brilliancy by
lighting and aiding others, bui vuii-
tinues to shine ami grow brighter nml
better. Happiness must be cultivated
and spring from within. "Give me,''
says CarlyU), "the person who sings
at his work; he will do more work
and with more ease than one \Y..o
never hums a lime." The plowboy is
cheerful as lie whistles his songs and
then sings thein as he follows his
plow, 'lhe woodman's blows seem.to
have a clearer ring nnd are more frequent when a cheerful person is behind the ax. 'ilie girl who is sweeping ul' cleaning huuse may tin it mi
much easier if she goes about ii
cheerfully, a "disposition that, all
should strive tn cult iva iu, and ii becomes pari ol our actual being. Uud
bless the cheerful person, man, woman or child. We like to meet them,
grasp tlieir kindly hand, listen to
liner cheerful words, note their plea
anl address and smile. We feel v
have been boueflled by meeting such
person, and a shining example is .;et
before us that is worthy of uur imitation and admiration,
"1 sometimes think we women nuw-
adays are in danger of being too bu.iv
to be really useful," said an old lady
thought fully. "We bear so mui-i*,
about making every minute count,
and always having aomc special wort
ur study for spare hours, and having
our activities systematized, that
there is no place left, for small way
side kindnesses."
We go to see the sick neighbor and
relieve the poor neighbor, hut for th:1
common every day neighbor who has
not fallen by the way, so far as we
can see, we havn't a minute to spare
But everybody who needs a cup of
cold water isn't calling the facl jut
to the world, and there are a great
many pauses by the way which are
no waste of lime.
IN   THI*:    SUPREME   COURT    01
BRITISH COLmillA.
IN'  THE MATTER OF
DELLA  SULLIVAN,  DECEASED
Notice is hereby given that by order   Of   the   Honoiirahlo   Sir.   Justice
Morrison, made the 13th day of February,     11)05,    it    is    ordered    that
Michael De Lcacy of the City of Ta-
coma, in the Stale cf Washington, le
administrator ol all ami singular ihe
estate   of   Delia   Sullivan, deceased.
And notice is also given that all persons having claims against Ilu* eslat'
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j The Hast  Kootenay   Lumber!*
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Co., Limited.
Minui ic miii:us in-
Rough antl Dressed Lumber and Dimension
ALso MOUEDINOS of all Kinds
MILLS AT CRANBROOK, KYAN. und JAITKAY,  11.
IIGAI1 OFFICE, CRANBROOK, 11. C.
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I Hardware.... Coal 0il
Try Pen noli ne ]
Also a carload of
4        We have a carload on hand.
♦ Cumberland
* has jusl arrived »
Blacksmiths' Coal »
Spring Suits
are all the rage now at
McSweyn & Griffith
The Leading Tailors
NOTICK.
Thirty days after date lwill apply
to tlie chief Commissioner of Lands
nnd Works fur a special license to-.nl,
and cany away timber from the following described land:
Commencing at a post marked "W,
II. Oib.iim's" and situated aboui Iuc'
miles north of Crows Nest station,
ami about one and nnc-half miles cast
of the north fork of Michel creek, j
from the southeast corner running
Su chains west, thence SU chains.
north, thence hu chains east, thence
.su chains south to lhe point of com-
moncoment,' containing 040 acres,
more or less.
Dale;! March "th,  1905.
■I!!-(H W. II. Gibson,
NOTICE.
Thirty days after date Iwlll apply
lo the Chief Commissioner of Lauds
and Works for a special license to cut
aud cany away timber from the following described land:
Commencing at a post marked 'W.
H, Gibson's" and situated about five
miles north cf Crows Nest station
nnd about one and one-half miles east
of the north fork of Michel creek,
from the southwest corner running <*U
chains east, thenco SU chains north,
thence 80 chains west, thence '0
chains south to the point of commencement, containing G40 acres
more or less.
Dated March 7th,   1005.
48-51 W. H. Gibson.
B.C. LIVERY
and FEED STABLE
New rii;*, good driving
ami saddle liurui's at
reasonable rati'. Our
aiiu]will be to give good
cure In all horses sia-
bled with us,
N. C. AkKINSTKY, Prop.
TIMBER NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that thirty
    ,   ,.,„,   days after dale I intend to apply fo
ol the said? deceased musl send them the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
in duly verified on or before the Stli works, Victoria, lor a special license
day of April, lflUa, to lhe said Mi- to cut and carry away timber from
chael De Leacy at 1110 Grant Ave- lllt" following described laud in South
nue, Tacoma, Washington, or to the Easl Kootenay District;
undersigned, after which date the is-1 Commencing UO cluiius east of tbo
  J intersrc
tale will be dealt with iu due course
of administration.
Dated this 4th day of March, 1005
4!l-2t Ellis & Drown,
Vancouver, D. 0.
Solicitors for Michael De Leacy,
NOTICE.
Sixty days after the publication U
this notice I Intend in apply to Lhc
L lou tenant Governor in Council lor
permission lo clear nut and remove
obstructions from the following
creeks in Easl Kootenay, and build
dams and slides thereon, and to ma'.j
other improvements fur the purpose
of muking the said creeks navigable
for logs:
1. Russell creek, from Kitchener,
on the British Columbia Southern
railway, lo a point upstream about
six miles south:
Thompson creek, from where it
crosses the British Columbia Southern railway, about three miles east
from Kitchener to a point upstream
about six miles south.
The only lands affected by these
Improvements are my Umber licenses.
The only waters ' affected by said
improvements are Russell creek and
Thompson creckf
The rate of  toll  proposed
CHURCH DIRECTORY
Crantimok I'reabyierlao Church.
Hul,,mill H rvi,-.M, 1, a. iu. and T.SU u u,
Sun.In.v ri. ti.,.,1 noil Dilila clu*a ,1 ,,. a,
t'lni.Iuiu h'tiiii-in-nr, Tuw.,la.v H ,i, in
The public ur.- cordially iiivii.il to nii,-i,t
nil ilia lueetiiiKa.
1'ni.lor,  IV 11. VV FurliiuaB .
Cranbrook Methodist Church.
Corner ul llauaon ..venue and l.oui. Slrcel
H.nalav Hervife.!
Lilvtno VV'uralilp ,| AlW
Hiuidiiy M-Jimil a Vt M
Divine Worship ,":;iu ,,, „
Ttindny, lipivorth Lonaua i.l I'hrlalini
bndouror u i-. vi
Tburaduyi   Weekly frnyor Mroltug . .a i- u
A     I'linliiil   Inviltitliiii  I. BXtelldlhl   I,.  Ill,
I'uldle.
I'n.ti.r, S, J. Thump	
Cranbrook ll.pllil Chunk.
..I ilu. iiri'n
Tliat,,ll,,„,i,K I. a li.|
,1, lhu Itiljltiat I'lillirli.
Holiday it
V..nun I'...,.
I'm,, it -It,-,,
'l'l„. pulillu
all ini.-ui.uH.
ul
..I   I. Ml„,u.
NOTII'K.
nf t-lu-ir good qualities, llie breaking
of so many wild and frisky colls for.'nlmcffoil one dollar jiet thousand feel,
the harness of life, sends them home r°nf m"""^™
.   _,„,.,, i ,    f ,   • i        ]      ., •   , •'   """     — at night weak and unstrung.   Let us jon?
be dated for a fat job under this commune with our tortured and all be Irlcnds to the teaehers. '
| lUrt
2d Uns" uf February,
P, DUIIngM.
olioi) of the north fork of Mi
ehi'l creek and tlie northern boundary
ol Lot 'la-Krl, 11. I, thence north Ril
chains, thence west 8„ elinlns. thence
south 8b chains, thence east so
chains  ttt pi,let ,,f cniiilneliccinent.
iiiited tub January, 1005,
•lll-.H 11. McAi'tbar.
MINERAL ACT.
l'i:UTll''U'ATE   OF   IMPMOVIS-
MENT3.
NOTICE,
"Dixy," Colllngwootl" nnd "Mayflower" mineral claims, situate iu thu
Fort Steele Minil!!; Division nf Ens,
Kootenay dislriel.
Whoro locate,]: On St. Eugene bill,
,„,  Movie Lake.
Take' linlice Ibat I, William .1.
Langloy, free miner's certificate
lliallfi. iiclinf. fur myself and is
agent for .ludson II. Langloy. Tree
miner's certificate 117.1111, aiid Andrew   .1.  Devlin, free miner's tertili-
i.ila ,\„. B734I3, intend sixty davs1 thence 80 chains south, thence Mill
from .liile hereof, tn apply to the chains ensl, thence 105 chains north,
mining recorder Inr a certificate of thenco 111 iTiuins east, thenee 20
improvemon'ts lor the purpose ol ob- chains north, llience 80 chains easl.
Ini,dug a crown grant, ol cadi ol thei thence 20 chains north, thence 'III
above claims. ,chains east,  thence 20 chains south,
And further take notice that action ' thence 20 chains east, thence Mt,
under section 37 must he commenced Chains north, llience 1130 chains west,
before tbe issuance nf such certificate llninco 210 chains south to point ,,(
ul Improvements, | commencement.
Dated   Ibis   27til dav of February,!   Dated  Ibis 27lh day of February,
A.  D.  1905. I 1905. i
49-Bt W. J. Langley.       19-5t George R. C. Taylor.   I
Take iititlco
dale  I  inteml   In
Commissioner nl
for a tweiily-iiiie
following lands in
tenay:
Commencing   at
Hie cast side ot C
thai thirty days after
in apply tn the Chief
nl Lands and Works
'lie year lease of -alio
in South Kast K.iu-
mile   posl  10 .„
P. It. Ilinck 15112
O.O.P,     key CII) I „J,r
\„ ii'. Ue.Uev.li l	
^7J^a~J|   'I',, Ulil,, nl 11,,-u la.ll all
ll.ikei Mli.t-1.     r>„|,„nli>*
I I all,,,.,, Hull) lu,Unl.
»s .1   Morrow, ii  ti M.l'..ri.n„-
». A
5
iranl'-mik I udfc, No Jl
\  t   A \. M.
>
iv.   * 11,-i'iilni ra..t,ua, „
\. in,,,,  ru.tir.4a, „r tn
'■'•V . lllaUlll.
.milliner,imi, .-.loomed,
1,1 i'iiiit-i..,ii. Hra*v,
CRANBROOK LODQIi, sm:,
AINCII-NI OKIllik ol POKRSTERS
I'H.IMlliuuK. li. I'.
Meets i«i ,i„d :i,,| Tuemlay every u,omh
ui Abbotunlale.
\iMtins; bioilncii cordially Invtiol
A   Umi.IMi.'.,,     I,        Wll   .lBUlSUu,,S»a,
VV. F. UURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
OllANBKOOK,   1IKITISII   COLUMBIA
J. H. THOHPSON,
Barrister, Solicilor,
Noiary Public.
Crunbrouk, fl. C.
HARVEY & McCARTI-R.
Barristers, Solicitors, l.lc.
Haiell Block Cranbrook, B. C
|       C. H. DUNBAR       I
«    Barrister, Solicitor, Noiary   X
X Public Etc. *
u. c. :
j
<!   Crnnbrook,
DRS. KINO & GREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
(Hike .1 Residence, Arm.troai Av.,
OFFICE Htlllk.S:
Forenoon.,   ....   O;J0 ,0 ll
Afternoon.   •   »   •   •   l:Jt» to J:ju
Hvcnlni.    ■   ■   ■ Iill lu »M
CRA   liKinilv.    : :      I    B. C
.* I 4' I «-! » ' «, I 4 I « ! <» I » I.» I « I * i »
ei
(•)
Dr. Connolly,
Physician and Surgeon   ,.,
Otiice on Armstrong Avenue ^
Q  II,.,'„»:-!, toll a.m.. an. 4ji ni, 7  >S
l„ r, p. in.     '1'none 105 ;^
® i*
i« I * I * I * I * I * I »I * I * I * I •* I ♦ I *
DRS. KINO & MILES,
DEMISTS
OFICB HOURS:
1, lu I'l a ni.
I 'I. ti p. in.
i lu a p. iu.
CKAM1KOOK, 11. C.
THE   IIORSK'S   PLEA
Up hill urge ma not,
Down hill not ue' not.
On tl,,.1 plain .para me not,
Ati.l in i-„.i' ..I liokn.H oall up
Ilk*    CROSS     VFtFklNAkV   SIIH,H-IIN
UK.    VIW.-I.-I,    jnJ M)J1|ga   D|_.NT|sr
CklMlkllllk.il. C. I'll,,,,,- 71
McVittie & Laidlaw,
Mining Engineers
anil Surveyors,
CRANBROOK, B. C,
inns. i. McVittie, p. i, s.
J. 1.UIPUW, *l. B,
MORTGAGE SALE
—ot—
VALUABLE UESIDENTIAI. PROPERTY.
Under and by virtue ol tlie power
ol sale coulaiucd in a certain mortgage, which will be produced at tbo
time ot sale, tliere will be OlTored f n
sale bi (iiiblic auction, ou WiHlnesdav,
llie 8th day of March, 1905, ut 10:30
O'clock ill the forenoon, bv Messrs
Arnold A. Roberts, at Iheir ofllce,
I'liiiihriink, 11. C, the following property, namely: Lot, 13 in Block 38,
Plan No. lino, Cranhrook, II. C, iiji-
on which is erected u two-story
frame dwelling, also a frame shed
suitable lor a stable.
For lurthcr particulars and conditions ol sale apply to
Harris & Hull,
Vendor's Solicitors, Bank of B. N,
A.  Building,
Vancouver, B. c.
Or to
Arnold & Roberts,
Cranbrook, B. C.
lOti February, 1905. 16-21

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