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 THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
VOLUME   7.
I^ANBROOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,  THURSDAY,   AUG.   11,   1904.
NUMBER   20
Wanted Immediately I
AGENTS
to sell Fruit Tree*. Itaspberry. tlooseborry
aud Currant Hushes, etc. Uood nay weekly :
outfit free. There is big money in this Work
tor trustworthy men.
OVER 000 ACRES
Wt have, under cultivation, over mui aerti
ol Nineit Stock, including the choicest  und
beat varistlo** for un-hurd and gurd*. n plant
log.   W« will dollver goods tti cin-tomem In
Cood toiidltlou, Irelght paid Our agents
avtttvery adviinUfto that this line ol (msl
nee*tait offer them.    Anply now tor terms.
PfiUAM NURSHHV CO . Toronlo, Oil.
N H -Vflll makeurruiiitemoutH for locolittioucy
or lor tho inm.HniK of exclusive teiritu y.
J. M. DERR,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
Repairing Promptly Done.
Footwear to Measure a Specialty
B.C. LIVERY
and FEED STABLE
New rigs, good driving
and miil'lli' hones ut
reasonable rate. Our
aimVill be to give good
care to nil horses stabled with us.
N. C. McKINSTRY, Prop.
Drink Home Beet
It Is Pure
i-
It is Healthy
4
It Is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
CHURCH DIRECTORY
Crinbr-wk Methodist Ckurck.
Comer ol lliaaoo Avchc aad Lout. Slree.
Simiiiiy Bervk-w:
llivini, Wonhlp 11 A. M.
Hlllnlii.v rlt-hool tl I-. u.
Miin,'Wonhl|i "tmi- "
Tut-day:    Kinviir-tli   I.chkik*  ill  Uliri.lii.il
lJii.l,-ui-,-r Hi-, m.
Tlinn-ilii.v, \V.-,-l.lv |-ri,.v-r M-vlIng ....H r. M.
A    --iiritlul   ilil'itiltioll  Ih MIMiIhI tu III.
!'lllilli>.
I'lmtur. H. .1. '.'Iiiiiiii-i-iiii
Cra.trwk B.-.II.I Chart..
'rii,,t„llo*4iii||-i.-,.,li.l ,i. .lm Mirvlrr. lull.
in On- lin|itUi Oburobt
■.undn.v II a. m. anil 7:110 p    .
Siiinlii.v SohOQl 11 p. m
Voting People. H p. in. Tu-ailiiy
Prayer Mi-i-liiiK 1* p- ut. WNlnwiitii.v
Tli. imlilii- an. corillaltj iuv,t«,l tu atti-ut]
till llll-l'lltl|(4l.
Pa-tor, P. W. Auva.lt*.
Crsbrook Pretbyterlaa Ckorck.
Hahhath S,-r.lc..i 11 •■ n. »"'! '-'JF- "'
Siinilnv Sihool anil ntlil.olaa. » P* »*
i hrl.tiau EndM.-.r, IWay... 8 P*m.
Tin-imbllr are cordially Invited ... .<u»"l
all the mwtinga.
1-a.tor, W.... W. I'ortun. ». »-
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
World's  Fair
Excursion Rates
Cranbrook to
Sl. Louis    t M.M Ckic-uto      t W.N
Toronto M.15 Montreal        -W.UO
Halifax I2I.H0 New York     101.00
 II MON IMS LIMIT	
1,-TiK <>r hi, t
J.iiio T. 1.1, 17, IS, .Inly I. •.', ll,
AiiRu-ti K.ti. tit, Boptomber'-. 0,7.
THE
STRATHC0NA
Formerly Hotel Ohalr
NELSON, B. C.
B. TOHOKINS, Manager.
CllUBCliNT Loihie No. 33
KNIOHTS ot PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
Uee,. 3nd and 4th Tut-eday at 8 p. m. in
1.0. O. P. hall.
J. A. Ausiim.. K. R.fl.
T. Rooiu. C. C.
Visiting Brethren cordially Invited to attend.
Cmbrook Uctl Uaha 1241 ,1 tke UaUta
Brotherhood ,1 Corpciieri >•■ Mien
,1 America.
Thi. locnl meet, every Friday evening at
8 p. in. in C. L. IJ. hall,
VlHlliii*t llretbrun IJonlially Invited.
J. A. LaniiRY, J. II. MoDONALD,
11KI-.-.KC. I'HKHIDINT
LOW  EXCURSION' FARES
for ull eastern points will iUbo Ih*
((UoUhI guiu^ via l'ort  Arthur, nil
rail or lake nn\U\  K»'turninn sunn-
;or via Chicago uml St Louis.
For full particulars apply in liunl agents
Q. Hlllier, Afeol, Cranbrook.
J. 8. GARTER, E. J. COYLE
P.P.A., Nelson   A.G.P.A. Vancouvei
Dezall Brothers
Blacksmiths
Horse Shoeing
Carriage Repairing and
Qeneral Jobbing....
Oulalde Order. Promptly
Altendtd lo.
 ,,     ■■■■■!■
Phis bote! is one
Britisli ColumWo
in everj rospeot
Bamula riKiitis.
lif  lltl'   ln*Ht   ill
nml  up-to-date
W',11 lighted
O. P. TISDALL,
]'r..].rleu»r nf Ilie
Cranbrook
Candy Kitchen
Citrrle* a OOQlpltM stock »f
Candies/fruits, Nuts,
Biscuits, Pipes and
Tobaccos. fl'« "»«" t
X-RAYS IN PARRY SOUND.
■•*•* lr»Uo4. Brtltar «t 1fa«K«U liar,
IM'T *•»• All Afc-aut ll.
A few dnya ago th* Editor ot Tl.#
Noith Star, Parry Sound, bad tht
l-LMifua of witiiHtaing tha Workings t
uf tha X-rays ui tha J'n'iy Sound
Hospital. The X-ray, lit explains, |
la ho culled Iwc-ausc ii is itiil aa
'*X'* or "unknown" qiianlily. before seeing it in opuutuui tlie writer luptKibtfd the X-iay to La a very
hir..i.n light which ahuite through ev-
erything with a blinding Intensity,
whoreas an a matter of iact all lhat
anyone eun bee ia a globe lit U|t with
a dim green tluid, Uio luminosity ot
whli h in Insufficient to enable one to
read a newspaper.
Mew ll Leake.
The first thing that calf lies the eye
ou antering Ur. Htoiie'a office, ia a
large gluss cttse containing the static aleelricul mu-hitie producing    the
SNU-GOlO.
fe 	
■j ■*!*■ M. Merrill.
"AH day Ui« auu dj*>i*i gaid, the tt*,*m
mead
Uke  luiicr  cMi-u  bos nil of uoderfroua-1,
Illi Mft Awd  Juue  wilt  track It,  Uke •
hound
■ceuta tht lout covert where   the   wild
deer feed.
"Tbe« from aa ample mat.
with   liTlah
band
la erarr fleld, by erery rouDteln-aldc,
blie'll  acatter guld-blta round    her    Car
and wide,
lu 8ow*r ifipa o'er alt the frugraut land.
"Wkerever l.uiiin ui>e   and   wild    dalilea
blow.
Vou'll mark her preat-nra In the gutta
lush gnuBi*a.
You'il hear ber bUtliely alugligr at aba
poeee
On   eanay jiplanila   where   goto   vi.-iet*
grow."
Sketch er Mlaa Merrill.
Uiu Helen M. Merrill le the daughter of Judge Merrill and a native ot
WONG F0NG
Dealer in nil kinds ol Chinese ud
lupanese .Fancy iIimhIm. Call and im
iur line ol Chines* Silks, Chinese hod
Juparifte Tea Sots, KovettleSi etc.
Store on Armstrong Avenue.
current which suppliua the light. . Napane*. She Was educated at Ot-
'1'hia luu'hintf is operated b.v a water tawa l.adlt-s' College and has made
motor of a half horse-power. From a specialty of entomology. So far
the poles of the battery, wires ate as I am aware she has published no
led to a Crooke's tube, which emits collection of verse, but her poems
X-rays.   This tube is    a    glass    havo appeared in  various  Canadian
.O.O.F. Key City Ledge
No. 42. Meets every Monday night at their ball on
Haker street, Bojourln-ji
Odd Fellowa cordially Invited.
H. 1). II lin<i, W. B. McFarlane.
N. O. Bee'T.
John W. Wolf
Boot. Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   All kinds
of repairing.   Give me a call.
CrutrMk Ml), N.. J.
A. F. 1A.M.
R.Wilar inwllno nn I .
ttiliil Thuraday of lb
monll..
I lallins bretrrn   -wtcomao.
M A. WU *"'T.
East Kootenay
Bottling: Co.
Aerated Waters
Of all kinds
Syrups,  Champagnes, Ciders
Ginger Ales, Etc.
Soda water in siphons.   The mott
economical way to handle it.
BOOTS SHOES
Having purchased the stock of
Botiis uml Shoes of the Kennedy
entitle, 1 mn now prepareil t<> give
my 1'ustumeia some
CHEAP -* BARGAINS
Anyone .leniring anything in
lliis line will save money liy call-
in-; nmi investigating for tltem-
telves.
LEROY SAGE
the .,-.••,-.   -■— -— -
bulb about six inch(« In diameter,
from which th« air or gases havt
bean previously exhausted, thus creating a vacuum. At each end of
this tube is fuged a platinum wire
to ana end of which ia fixed a flat
disc—the anodty-and to the other a
cup-shaped electrode—the cathode.
When the machine is started In action
ths tube begina to glow with a dim
green light. That ia the ray. We
bad, as has been ahaady said, expected to see a light, of such extraordinary brilliancy that We instinctively screwed up our optica to ths
peeping point, and when we were
told that this dim glow
famous Roentgen or X-ray, we  were
periodicals and given pleasure to
many by their graceful form and indubitable note of true amotion, Tha
above lines are contained In "A
Treasury of Canadian Verse," compiled by the late Dr. Rand. Miss
Merrill la now resident in Plcton.—
Pharos, In Tht Globe.
OFFICIAL REPORTING.
•telegrapher  Bateber'e   Xlaberale   Staff
at the Camay Trial.
Ur.    Nelson   Butcher,   the   official
we    were   •t'lographer   of the Oamey tnvesti-
«>■    th* ' Ifttton, made elaborat* preparations
ot a |.|.-ti»
ami carriage
In iiil'titiiii.
more st*tle-1
fitf
The Two Factors
urv i.i■ ..>lji-J by iheaeree
U> the***, uur ..ut flu bave w**m%
'in In found iii tin- uaua) Uver*?
Tho Handley Livery Subloa
.-uu tuiiiioli siiiitiii.t* i.iiitiiB lor any (torpw
jr occasion.
Out ft tH Ioi wnhliutfi. lim.riU. et43„ at I
•ratechsrgtPB
PAI I. BANDLBT.
for his tssk.   Mr.  Butchsr has    16
iur    Ilia    ■.■>&.      an.     umvuii     .,»-        »-
wlOTlOT^rii'uSi'isii. " , coplem ol • verbatim report ol each
. " -       * I day a procec-lluiia   in   the hanila   ot
«.4T I. •>.,»«. | t|„    ccurt   at   j Q   o'clock   0(   tl„   |01.
In eiaminlng anything *»ith th. lowing day. The coplce are Ior the
ray, the operator has to look \ uat 0| ,n, coinmlaalonen and th.
through a tube, one end ol wlii-h ls   aollcltor.    and    prlncipall   on   each
i*
McVittie & Laidlaw,
Mining Engineers
and Surveyors,
CRANBOOK, B. C
THOS. T. McVITTIE. P.L.S.
J. T. UIDI.AW, M. E.
CRANBROOK BRANCH OF
THE A. L. U. NO M7
Ueete  rtt-ry  Hntimtay
aigbt In  1. O. O. F.  hall
Vl.ltlnt Brtlkrei ceNtally l»IM le HUM
D. J. JOHNSON
CARPENTER
AND
**      BUILDER
JOBBING ^ATTENDED  TO
 ■> >ei »■	
OFFICE AND SHOP
OLD HERALD BUILDING
W. R. BEATTY | j    ..Repairing ol all Kinds..
H. C. RHODE
— THE—
Harness Maker,
Cranbrook, B. C.
Bri.llt'8, Saddles, Harness nml
Horsi- Supplies lir stock
•i
|  Have Vou Aay P»lotli| te be Done?
Do Any el Vour Room. Need Papering?
IF SO SEE
W. N. CLARKE.
Estiiiinti-8 given on large contracts. We don't wnnt tlie
earth. We want to jili-nse
yon witli the work nnd receive
rt-tisiiiiiilile pay,
Royal Hotel, Cranbrook
UNDERTAKING
and
EMBALMING
CRANBROOKl
TELEPHONE   89.
(Hike rtmoifil le slore bellale, eeil I
liiii.l Held alter Aa|asl Isl.
....TICKETS....
TO Al.l,  POINTS
EAST and WEST
-VIA -
Each Month....
given tin- more work in Crnn-
n»k. 'I'lu- peoplo evidently
hnve confldenoe in in.- ntnl my
work.   See me for plnns nnd
estimates.
James Greer
Contractor tuul Builder
SI.
Prest Photo Co.
studios:
Cranbrook, Fernie, Moyie
...British Columbia...
simpu:
STRCNl
UNDERTAKING
EMBALHINQ
—     «. i», ., —
A Large Stick in Caskets and
Robes.   **   *
Phone night and day 77
MACCONNELL FURNITURE
CO'Y.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
DRS. KINO & MILES,
DENTISTS
SHORT LINE
— TO—
Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis, Chicago
AND  Al.l.   WHSTrt  KAST
Seattle,   Tacoma,   Victoria,   Portland,
AND AM. PACIFIC COAHT IHilNTa
Tarougb Pilice aad Tourist Sleepers
Dlolag ind Bullet Smoking Library Carl
2 OVERLAND TRAINS DAILY %
For rates, foMera anil full information
regarding trips, rail on or uiMreas
OFICK HOURS
V to 12 i ni.
Mo ti p. B.
7 tO H p   Dl,
S. fi. YERKEfl,
(l. W. P, l,
Scuttle
Waeh.
II, BRANDT
C. P. 4 T. A
covered with a paste ot cyanidt of
barium and platinum. Tlie person
to Ij* operated on is place* between
the light and the operator, who
placea one end of the examining; tube
to his eyes and the other he placea
on the patient, and immediately everything become* visible, according
to the relative density ol each aub-
stance-
The writer had the privilege of ,
looking through one of the gentle- |
men present, clothes and all, just aa
he stood, and could easily discern
the bones and ribs and the pulsating
ot the heart was perfectly distinct.
One of the doctors took up a book
Which was from 21 to 3 inches thick,
and placed his hand behind it; we
looked through the tuba and could
plainly see the bones of the doctor'*
lingers through the entire thickness
of the book just as if tbere had been
no book there.
■■-.rain-.* tha Mltar.
The writer was also put through a
thorough examination, but being only a newspaper correspondent, nothing of intrinsic value was found upon him, of course. A demonstration
was also given of tha use} of the X-
rayi for the cure of cancer, tumors,
etc. By simply holding the glass
globe close to the part to be operated upon and submitting it to fie-
quent exposures, the penetrating power of tho rays haa the effect of piercing the growth and gradually disseminating It until it finally disappears.
Cm tea Threuth a Haa.
After having had % most Interesting tim* with tha X-rays, which enables one to "see through a man"
better than ever was dreamt of until
lately, Mr. Watt removed the Roentgen tube and using the static ma-
chins alone, he gave several present
a course ot treatment in electropathy, which is the treatment of diseases by the uu of electricity. The
patient la eeated ln a chair on %
platform raised about six inches oil
the ground. A brass rod, called
tha shepherd's crook, because It is
exactly like one, connects one pole
of the static machine with the platform, while the other pola ia connected with the floor by a chain.
The operator standing on tha floor
Is the medium by which tha electricity la carried to the patient. He
t-WiHls behind the patient and points
a rod at him, and whenever that
rod cornea within a certain distance
of the person ln the chair—distance
dependent on the strength of tha
current—the fluid passes from the rod
to the patient and operates mon
particularly on the part to which the
operator is pointing. Desirous of
seeing into everything, and being inflicted with a Blight touch of rheum-
CRANBROOK, B.C .
Harvey, McCarter & Dunbar,
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Haiell Nock Cranbrook, B. C
Cranbrook
Livery 3
0) W. I.iviTMiit* Ave ' atUm, we offered ourselves aa a sub-
Spokiuui. WiihIi.
XH.THOrtPSON,
Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary Public.
Cranbrook, B. C.
Notice.
In ttir Siijiii'iuf Court of lli-itMi (',iliitnhin,
In the mattw of the "Wuitrl.iauiW
CnnHiliilntiixi Aet. 1807, I
A till
In llu> mntter of the Watw Sii|i|ily
Cuiiil'miy, Limited.
Tn!*.' Nuii.-n tlmt tlie application or th»
omptiny d ra'ertiflcate under fWHun .'." nl
t.he''Wat*-ri*Jauiieiminnollilateil Ait 18.17,"
Hinliorlilng theeompiiny toproeeed with thn
propi.Hwl undertaking, Iiim h<en iitljumneil
until Hie Nth day ol July, 1004, nt. 10 !M>
o'clock In the foiwnoim at ihe court limine,
Bastion Hiiunre. Vietotiu, 11. 0.
Ject.
A* U tbe lessatlea.
The first mistake we made was
that ws did not inform Ur. Watt as
to the exact geographical location
of the rheumatism, and that gentleman started in with his little stick
on an exploratory mission, which
kept ua guessing lively, lie started
In with giving us a poke oa the
shoulder blade, just at that point
where scratching ia a most   difficult
side. To reproduce them in the .-
quired time Mr. Butcher has a statf
of to or 12 experts, with other professional operators In reserve In case
of accidents. Kven with so large a
staff the moat laborious and exacting labor will be required to carry
out the contract.
Mr. Butcher lilmsclf remains ln
court during the proceedings and
takes most of the shorthand report
himself. This occupies his time from
10 o'clock to 4. To extend his
notes he usee a Bettlnl instrument.
This la an eK<ctrtcal appliance, which
works on something of the same
principle as a phonograph. Ur. Butcher reads his notea Into the instrument, and thia operation takea
about the same time as the proceedings took ln court, that ts until
about 11 o'clock at night. The Bettlnl attachment, while llr. Butcher
la speaking Into tt, Is connected to
successive rollers, which reproduce
liis words as by a phonograph to
two expert operators on typewriting
machines, who made the first coptea
of thu evidence. A few minutes after these two start working another
relay begina making the coptea of
their ahects, and in this way the 16
coplea are complete before midnight.
After that there are two or three
hours' work verifying the report.
This Is done by reading the typewritten manuscript back to Mr. Butcher, who follows his shorthand
notea throughout.
The officials thought at one time
of attempting to reduce the report
to printing each night for the following day, but this plan waa given up aa Impracticable owing to the
limited time. Printed coplee aro,
however, available on the second day
after each day'e proceedings,
Mr. Butcher hu one or two Bettlnl Instruments and several type*
writing machines la reserve In case
of accident, aa a breakdown with
such a limited time to work ln
would ba disastrous. One of hia
typewriting machinea Is run by electricity—said to be the only one ot
Ita kind In Canada. It la a ponderous Instrument, but tha keys require
only the merest touch to depress
them and form tha letters. Magnetism doea tha reat. The speed ot Ua
machine ls almost unlimited.
A (tardea fee Bird*.
X knew a certain garden that wu
made solely to attract the birds,
says a writer In Country Life, and
lt la In every Way an unqualified success. It ts free from murderous cats
and small boys, and tha birds like
lt. Thirty-four different species have
been counted at a single time, and
on one occasion 30 different species
were building nesta or rearing their
young,
The ground Is deeply carpeted with
Bermuda grass, on whose matted
tangle* birds may scratch and catch
buga from morning until night.
Frulta and seeds of many planta
that mature at different times of the
year ar* ln great abundance, and 11
at any time there ia not enough the
owner of the garden supplies the
1 birds with various tldbita. Sun-
, flower aeada are always on hand, u
well   u quantltlee ot crisp lettuce.
Chinese Labor Erapluyment Afcacy
Oriental Bazaar
full line uf Chinese ami JapaneM
Fancy Goods, Stort- on Durick
nvenue, opposite old Herald office.
JIM MAHWAH
, MARRIAGE
Yes, ami the CITY BAKERY is the  x
f place to get a nice Wedding Cake "
•) and ornaments iit the latest style.
l Why send your onler out of town
r ami perhaps have ino icing brok-
) en by slii|ipinj*'.'   Our prices right
j, Piese 54 Oppeslte M. E. Chsrch
b      C. W. WILSON,      -
DR. BIDLAKE, M. R. C. V. S.
VETERINARY SURGEON
Horse Dentistry and Lameneaa
a Specialty
Tel. Ne. 74. CRANBROOK, I. C.
Land Notice*
I liTt-l-Y i;ivf- r-.ii ■*■ ...h* Hitr daya from
lie date hef-ot, 1 intend to apply to the
t'hiff lommiMioDer of .Lands and Works for
[uTtni-eioo to [jiir.-duH.-. une hundred Md
fiftl.ty a'T--'il l«L-i. mun* or Ipm, ait-gated
oo tb* right bant of 'he Koot«nar ri«r.
about tour miles oou h of Wsrdner, com-
mencin-jr at a pout mark*! W altar Loring's
south**nt corner, tLoi..-** north 40 ehalae,
tbfD'ifft'i 40 ■ i.j.uii- more or ]**m to the
Kootenny rivt-r. thPDw south following the
nvt-r lunik 4"i chains m'ire nr \**t\, tb-tB-as
went ", ch'titii* mor.- or le*-* to the place ot
.*ocitu**ii,eiii'-t.'
Uat*-d fthJnae, 1904.
12-9 Walwr LotllC.
Notice of Dissolution.
Notice is hereby given that the partnmhlp
heretofore exining Mwcen Shelton A t'Upf
is thin Aay dWsolved hy mutual rotumil.   L.
Clapp will continue  to   conduct thn Wtnt-
uorlh hotel tmninMn nml pay ull bills agaiast
naiil liutiiness und  collect all nccooots tlas
sane.
l>ated at Cranbrook, B.C . July 25.1&04.
A. HHELTON,
18 I,  CLAPP.
Notice.
T.'iV.- notice thnt thirty .lay* after the tret
publication ot this notice I intend to apply
to the licen«eri)(nmi*«i.iri>'r*'ofthe Cranbrook
(iintri.-i lor a transfer from myself to Robert
I'him.n nf thn license for tbe Central Ho tal,
Ma rsvllle*
uate.l ihi- SOth day ol July, A.P.. ISO*.
IH John A. McDonald.
operation.    The sensation is a sharp ' ™<   ■■ *«•»""«■ « r
tingling one, not at all unpleasant | These supplementary atorea are plac-
If it were not delightfully unexpect- •<* on a atand called the birds' b*n-
ed. After giving us two or three Q-W* board." About the frounda are
playful pokes in the shaft ribs, he scattered logs, under which bugs and
sent a telegraphic despatch up our worma huddle In tha damp earth.
I spine to the base of the skull, which Hydrants are left dripping, where
     -1- —l. ««. B,«n   birds may drink or bathe   1
Timber Notice.
SIlflfT OfamEmma SPEECft
Purchaa* Priee $3,00 a month
Allowance-mada for old machine
SEE
ARNOLD * ROBERTS
GEARY& DOYLE
Proprietors
Team, and driven rnraliked for any
point la lh. dliti-ict,
DRS. KINO & OREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Oinu tt KeiMtace, Araitrnf, Aw.
OFFICE HOURS:
FanaMM,  •   •  •  •  WO I. II
Att.ra.oa 1:30 to 3:3,
(-Hill.   •   ■   •  •   7JILM*.
nationHquni..Vic.oiln,B.o. I apm-- --. ...» -~- -• r__z__Ba7taj>   Wrd.'inay'drlni or bnth."t.   th.if
And T,,k.f*or.U.r Noll™ tliat h-lo'l-wlng   hit Jujl Ilk. Whon w. m.I. on. .1.1p »o B,^ ^4,
Dwelling rnlMmaj ta Kill nol to nl   pleasant   and    can   M    v.nea   »,,,,,„ Mrtl *«OIM B tu, udi.
1.3,3 or 4 room. ,l.r,o per monll,   I 'W",'T, .e„tlemen   pr-Ment   *i«» In th. way. ol th. pl«.   that
B.I or 7 room.  1.75 per month Ano thcr o It***___!_'",*,     "JJ   whM Mr.. Orlnnell ot.rturna »  log
Hlllorloroom.  UO per monll,   | «• *%_.*_?£+ Po'."., a*   lh."-.ll »ock to h., Ilk. . dro,. .1
10 .-ent. additional for every room ovrr len.   rmg hu hwd an(l tlle current    „„   ■.•Jlck,n,.	
for Hotel- turned on.   As aoon U thia wa. don. I •
To 3B room. I» 00 per month   | '"™*7B5,vldua, halr stock up on «d •a-Tri-d.g.
R8.afcZ=: tBpKS  i until th. .P?« >tf*»tJB*l!'l   V» .Umtm H*n,_ P«tv»t.t« I
To 1»0 rooms  H"0 pur month
Boarding Houses—
To IB rooms tn.tit) per mouth
To 30 rooms  0.00 per mouth
To 50 rooms  1 00 per month
Liver* 8tabl«C »fi 00 to |10.00each
Laundries  5.00 to   15
Takonollce tlmt thirty days n,tt«rdet* I
ih*. undersigned, Intend to upi>lj to the chief
eotnmlMloner ol lands nnd wurks at Victoria,
ii C. tor n t.|«-i*ini license to mt aud carry
timUT imm thi- following described leads la
Houtlt  Kust Kootenay District:
Commenting at a posl nluni«<) at ths south
rust corner Ol lol 93(8, th**ii*s north 00
rhniiiH, thi'iif' wt*nt *"' ^hninp, th«nee soath
hu 1-Liiinn. tli- ili* 1'iiht *n ehalns to plaeeet
ln-aii niiiK '..nt iiiiiin*.* A40 arrcs mors or less.
Dutetl at yaryHville. .July -4. 1004.
S. S. Manahan,
IH Locator.
Notice.
Nut ice in licrehj* ifiveii that 60 days alter
date the Bast Kootenny Lumhcr Compaay,
Lim'tei], will him iy to His Honor, tbs Lisa*
tenant Oovernor in < omicil under sectioaTef
th* 'Kivsrii and Streams Act " to clear joal*
tiers, log juniH nmi other obstructions r "'
A. DOVI.E. M«n«i«r. I CRANBROOK.
until th. Client look* Ilk.   on. ol|    __*   __*__ Homing Poat .t.t«   MJ^^-EKSTaE
th. picture, we *"'__'>*•_>__] that   C««ll.n.   n.vw   fought  'or !»^,™„?^\)0t*H«l,-to„IU«^
booths ot •-country show ol th. an- lhrtr „„t«,c..    To th. .had-.i    oi   coium.    .                          taunwiSk.
dent A^tM. oIMexico,   only  mor. thol# C«.dl«. who loi«ht «d 1.11   ^Xt PnaXl wny.Tnd to .tr-dgku.
ao.   The sensation wa. molt,■****, ta th, w„ „ 1812 tU.talom.Uo.   gj"™'*,'X*—i.l emk, nnd toeomnwrt
able, and cort.Uily .om. o^   u,  who Bul, ^ „*»wh.» .urprtoln,.    MJ.   tt«o«« of hs. « ^ ^^{          _
were treated that night weni   away   j^^^     longer    ago    aince   ■"«« |MT'     _.J. in.n,.n,i,iMi>
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Bonon™ OOearh   thorWgUy CO nvtnMd *t__»M* Ittft toutM f0t *b.lr «tat*ac.. Th. Brit- ' menu a. may Mn-oewarylor lh. drl.lago
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ITEMS FROM MOYIE
*    The Hernld Correepontlent,
THE ST. EUGENE.
Tlie present summer has been
siirli.ndry one thut there is hardly
enough water to wash the ore in
the viiacentrator. The concentrator,itself is usually run by water
powef. but for the past few weeks
it has been run by an engine as all
tlio water available was required
for washing the ore and carrying
off (he tailings. The shower of
Sunday last .helped considerably,
but ahenvy.ruin iB badly needed,
as the working will have to be
closed down for a time if the water
in thc flumes becomes much lower.
THE CHURCHES.
Men were put to work last Thurs
day t-tfciivating for the foundation
of thK'h'ew Catholic church, which
is to b|i built on Trnvistock street.
The -building will bo 70x28 feet
anil will cost in the neighborhood
of $'i,000, as it is the intention to
make It one of the finest places of
worship in ,South Kast Kootenay
The members of the Methodist
causein Moyie have also decided
to erect a church. Work was
commenced the first of the week
and it is the intention to push the
work M rapinly as possible. The
buiiiliug wiil'be 24x'ili feet and will
cost aliout *l,0OO.
ELECTRIC I.IIIIIT PLANT.
For. tli? past few months it, has
been talked over time and again
that Moyie should Ihi lighted by
electricity ami now the dream is
alxiut to be realized, It is the in-
tenti-in *t>£ R. E. Kinney, the promoter'of the scheme, to install a
plant .on. Lamb Creek, about two
and tjuo-linlf miles from Moyie,
where there is a falls of two or
three ■ Imtidred horse-power. Not
only ato the town be lighted but it
is tlio• .intention to use the surplus
water-power for running mining or
other machinery, The plant will
cost about $18,000 and it is the intention to have it running by
January next.
WELCOMED HOME.
Last Friday Manager Hugh
Cami-rou and his bride returned
from their wedding tour to the
coast, alid were warmly welcomed
by tile, employes of tho Moyie
Lumber Company, of which Mr.
Cameron is mauager. About seven
o'clock the men met ut the manager's '"residence, whore they pre.
wilted the newly married couple
with half a dozen handsome chairs.
Then. Inter in the evening, u dance
was given in the office building of
the company, A large number
were present and dancing wns kept
up until the early morning hours,
when all went home wishing Mr.
and Mrs. Cameron a long nnd
prosperous life.
NEWS  NOTES,
J. Hayes, of Cranbrook, was in
town last Monday.
Harry Dimmick is building a
fine residence on Half Moon Ave.
W. R, Boss, of Fernie, waa in
town on legal business on Monday
last.
A. E. Thome, of Toronto, wns
doing business in Moyie on Saturday last,
E. E. Potto, of Vancouver, was
registered at the Hotel Kootenay
on Thursday last.
Mrs. (Dr.) Higgins and MiBS
Hall, of Fernie, ure in Moyie
camping this week.
Wi Stocks, of Cranbrook, waB in
town on Thursday in connection
with the telephone.
Tho last of the posts for the
Crnnbrook-Moyie telephone were
placed iast Monday,
Mr. Geo. Hunt and Miss Hunt
were registered at the Hotel Kootenny on Monday,
R. J. Robinson, of Edmonton,
wns registered ut the Hotel Kootenay on Monday last.
A. Taylor and wife, of Nelson,
arrived on Mondny and will in
future reside in Moyie.
Pnul Puuplicx. u brower of Nelson, accompanied by his wife, wi.
visiting in Moyie last week.
The Lake Shore boarding houw
change. 1 hands lust week, M. .1,
Nugent succeeding M. Gill.
Mrs. A. B. Dempster, sister of
C. A. Footc, returned to her home
in Pincher Creek last Saturday.
A. F, Annis,- who is in the fruit
business at Bonner's Ferry, wns in
town the latter part of last week.
E. .1. Baker nir'veil from Calgary on Sunday and has opened a
barber shop in the Hotel Kootenay.
The two sisters of George und
Roy Clothier are camping with
their mother on the west side of
the lake.
C. L. Brooks, the jeweler, returned to town. Thursday -and has
opened his store in the Christian
building,
Thc  ladies  of   the  Methodist
church will,give an ice cream social
on Thursday. Aug. lltl... to whicl.
every person is Invited.
The Pilot mine, near Ymir, which
was owned by Messrs. Dimmick,
Crowe and Hughes, was handed to
New York capitalists last week.
GATEWAY NOTES*
M. Mclnnis passed through
Gateway a few days ago, and he
reports Cranbrook, his home, the
best town in East Kootenuy,
Mr. and Mrs. Fraser, of Vancouver, ure visiting the McCunnou
family, coming down from Elko
Thursday morning on their way
east to St. John.
A number of wttlers are passing through weekly to Alberta, the
land of promise. After this dry
year Tobacco Plains, Montana, will
furnish a lurge contingent of dry
mucin rs, at least indications point
that way at present.
The Independence mine, near
Gateway, a copper proposition,
which has been shut down for
several years has just changed
hunds and thc new management
will place 150 men at work inside
of sixty days. This will mean
husiiH-ss for thc whole of Tobacco
Plains. Spokane people are the
buyers and $10,000 iB the con-
sidcrntion.
Construction of the Fernie extension of the G. i\. Ry. is progressing steadily and Mr. Lnpfer,
the chief engineer, sayB it wiil be
finished by Christmas. Also thnt
a first class pusBcuger train will
run from Fernie to the main line
nt Buxfortl, Montana, instead of
the mixed as at present, as soon us
the road luil is in shape for it.
This will lm a decided improvement.
If Some compnny with capital
would take the matter in hand
thero is a great deal of good lund
b tween the Boundary and Elk
river that could be brought under
cultivation by ditches to creeks
t'.iat now sink and run away waste-
fully, but the average rancher in
this part of the country would be
hampered in such an attempt by
lack of capital. Some day the
right man will come along and he'll
mnke some money.
The range near Gateway is
brown as a berry and. all vegota-
t on looks dead. The intense heat
averaging !K) (leg. in tho shade is
drying up the springs and, on the
whole, it has been a record summer for heat. However, the ranches
that have water are looking well
and M. Phillipps has one of the
fortunate places where the crop is
a good average. He delivered a
load of timothy hay at Gateway
yestenluy and it looked beautifully
green nnd fresh.
MARYSVILLE NEWS.
Special correspondence to The Herald.
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley, of Cran-
brook, spent last Sunday in town.
Evans Bros, have returned from
White Fish creek after spending
severnl weeks on their claimB.
R. Dewar and J. Heenan are
working on White Fish creek for
Mr. Pollen, of Loudon, Eng., where
he has valuable holdings.
A free-for-all dance will be given
nt tho Falls View hotel on the
evening of the 15th. A cordial in
vitation is extended to all those
that love to trip the light fantastic.
Sandy Hodson and Mr. Fierce
are lately in after doing assessment
work on the Robo and Shamrock,
two iniles east of thelGreat Dune
group. Sandy says he has a second
Anaconda, and he knows.
The melodious voice of Prof.
Ben Pew lias again been heard on
the banks of the lieautiful St.
Marys as he has been bracing up
u bit here before starting on n
business trip above the lake.
Messrs. Huggard and HickB loft
with a load of supplies (purchased
here) for the North Fork, where
they will do some work on severnl
properties belonging to Mr. Fowler,
M.E., and associates of Nelson,
Mrs. R. O, Jennings nnd Ihe
Misses Nicholson passed through
here list week on tlieir way to
Kimbeiley (a suburb of Marysville) fi r au outing for n few days
away fiom the busy scenes, tio
noise and bustle of Fort Steele,
where their home is.
Morrow & McFarlane, of Cran*
brook, have opened up a branch of
their men's furnishings business
here lately. Their mail order department has not reached to such
extensive proportions as Timothy
Eaton, of Toronto, but they are
doing a thriving cash business juBt
the sume,
Mr. McMahon, bookkeeper for
the Smelter company, boasts of
thc largest chicken ranch in the
St. Marys valley.   He also has the
best patch of spuds, as he hns been
supplied with new potatoes for the
lust four weeks, which demonstrates what can be done with
plenty of water nnd n little labor
combined.
J. Nelson and F. Williams have
just completed five milas of trails
to the High Peak and Ynnkee Girl
elnims, owned by Chris Kolle, of
Kalispell, Mont., situate in thn
Boot Leg Basin near the head of
Dog Boot Creek, to enable them to
get their supplies in, when they
will spend the next two months on
development work.
Pilgrims from up river points
say the trails are impassable in
many places, especially from the
Forks to Office creek. There has
been no work done for the last
three years, as the government outfit thinks it good policy to wnit
until about the first snowstorm
takes pluee eneh yenr before commencing operations in this department. It iB almost useless to say
anything on this particular point
for after the prospector gets his
work done and cuts his way through
iniles of fallen timber each year
and returns home the government
gang will be sent out when they
might as well be trying to throw
the water out of the St. Marys
river with a pitch fork near the
mission.
FORT STEELE ITEMS
from
From the rroslwctor.
Hank   Eller camo   down
Perry Creek Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. McVittie
visited Cranbrook Tuesday.
Miss Marjorie Armstrong, was
visiting friends at Steele Friday
J. F. Armstrong, govemmont
ngent, was nt Steelo on official busi
iiess Friday.
F. C. Malpas, manager of the
Canadian bank of Commerce was
in town Monday.
H. B. Nelson, Redding, Colorado
was at tho Imperial Tuesday. Mr.
Neilson is an old timer in the district. He loft for Wasa in the
evening on a visit to N.Hansoti,
Ihtt Lictoik anne.
(Communicated)
On Monday, Aug. 1, in a hard
and clowly contested match the
Crnnbrook lacrosse team defeated
the Lethbridge aggregation of
stick    handlers    on   their   own
grounds, not because they were
the favorites of fortune but on
their merits as the better team.
It was liar. I to pick out a weak
point in the losing team. They
were simply up against their betters
and could not stand the pace.
In the first quarter honors were
even, Cranbrook scoring the first
goal in two minutes, and Lethbridge performing the same trick
two minutes later.   Score 1-1.
This finished thn scoring in tho
first half, although in the wcond
quarter Craubrook found the nets,
tne ball hanging under the bar in
the net until the goal-keeper dislodged it with his hand, but the
umpire was blind and was replaced
by one whose eyesight was keener.
In the third quarter it was easily
seen that the pace was too much
for Lethbridge, Cranbrook scoring
two goals in quick succession. The
mountain boys had the game won
aud did not try any more offensive
work, but strove to maintain their
lend. There was no more scoring
this quarter and when the whistle
blew the tally showed ,'i-l in favor
of Cranbrook.
In the last quarter the Lethbridge home dill yeoman sorvice
but failed to find the goal until 4}
minutes before the call of time.
This was the final score and when
time was called tho score stood 8-2
in Craubrook's favor, thus giving
the mntch, the Lcvnsseur cup and
tho championship of the Crows
Nest for 1904.
The referee, Mr. Moore, of
Pincher Crock, hnd a fairly easy
timo of it, only having to send
three men to tho fence, two Loth-
bridge uud ono Crnnbrook.
The gnnio throughout wns fast
and scientific and devoid of rough
play, but as is always the case in a
hardly contested game the checking on Imth Bides was hard und
close, and both Bides were pretty
badly used up.
The crowd was as a whole orderly and only on one occasion gave
any trouble, but were a little inclined to roast thn "Cranbrook
sluggers?"
The teams lined up as follows :
Crnnbrook Lethbridge
C. Mnnahnn      gonl Totten
D. McLean point Walwo.k
J. McAvay cover Wallace
A. Cairns outside home Bro*j*r»
H. Bell inside home Gow
D. J. McSweyn field captain
A. K, Leitch accompanied the
team but was unable to play on
account of a poisoned hand.
The team journeyed from thereto Medicine Hat, where, despite
their crippled condition, they made
a very creditable Bhowing against
the Hat's fast aggregation, ths
score being 4-2 in favor of the
Cowboys.
The team was tho same as at
Lethbridge with the exception ot
Black, who was unable to accompany the team.
Too much cannot be said regard-
ing the treatment accorded: th.
boy. here, as they simply owned
the town.
Tbe Cranbrook team are still
leaders in the Union League and
if Medicine Hut nre defeated by
Lethbridge are winners of that
cup and championship also.
Black
E, Marsh    2nd defence
P. Corruthors 3rd defence
J. Finnissey     centre
G. Manahan
W, Mutthews
Fi Anderson
1st defence   Vanhorne
Scott
Ripley
Skeith
flevart
Robson
FraBer
Notice.
In the Fupreme Coort, Fort Steel. Begletry
In Probnte.
Notiee i. h-reby -riven tbat on tb. Hand
day of Julr, IBO.. It waa ordered by J. A.
Forin, E.q, local lodge ol (be .aid court,
that Jam,*. Ferguson Arm.trona*, Official
Administrator fn and lor (bat portion of th.
Coun-y ot Ko..,4-o«t not lui'lmlr-l in the
HI sterol District, ol Nalann, Ymir. B,-v«l-
stoke nnd Columbia, he adnifniatr.tor nf all
nml ahwn'ar Ihe estate ol Anna E. lr.lne, ol
.-.liver H w u I li. Su.. ol M.,iitana,.l.i.a.ed,,
Inle.taie.
Ever; creditor or other person having aa.
clai n upou or Inter,,.! I, the dietrl-
builon nl the cerate of tae .aid
d-vea-ed I. reool .1 to nnd hetore
the let il*--- ol October net bv rcgl-terrd
■I'ttcr. addr-Meed to the im-leretgued, ht.
nam,, aod addrej. aod the lull particular, of
hf. claim or llllereat and a etntenient 4,1 bla
account, and the nature of the .rcurily (II
au.) beld hv him.
After the anid flrat day ol October the ad.
mini.I rator -.111 proceed with the dletrlhntlon
"f (he cat* having-regard to those claim.
ouly of which h. .hall have had notice.
l.nt'd at. Cranbrook, Ihi. Hub day ol
August, 11.01.
Jituie. Fergnson Armetronf,
Official A4lmli4l.tr.tor.
Tender, for the purchana ol the Intercta nf
lhee.ta.eof the anid Anna E. Irvine in Lot
iia, Block nil. of the town.lte ol Cranbrook
according to Flan No. 60n deposited lo the
land regl-try ofllee at Nelson will .be received
hy th„ undersigned until n'-on on Monday,
the 30th ;day of August Inetant. Tend,*'ra
will not he considered unless accompanied by
an accepted rbeotie for ten per cant, of tht
purchase price olt-T. d. The balance will ht
payable the flrat day ol October. The high-
cat bid aot necessarily accepted,
J, F Armetrong,
Administrator.
Bid homo
2nd home
1st home
Tenders.
The L'dies' Aid of tbe Hetbodiet Church. .
Cranhrook, nsk for sealed tenders tor tht
painting and decorating ol tha Int.rior of
t ie church. Separate tender, are also eased
tor tbe painting and decorating ol the win.
down. Specifications can be seen at .the ,*
parsonage. Teiidcre to be nddresMd ro Mra.
W. fl. Wilson, secretary Metbndlet Ladles*
Aid, aud forwarded before 7 o'clock pm.
Monday, Aug. 15, ISM,
la. P. Fenwick, fm, ■■ TIIE   CRANBROOK   I1KRALD
Dark
Clothes
are preferred by Mine people.
Well, take your choice.
We sell all kind*.
We are now having our
SUMMER SLAUGHTER SALE
ol flEN'S CLOTHINO.   Vou knew what that mean*.     Price, down
to bottom basis with qualities as good as ever.
Vour business suit Is beginning to look a little seedy.    Why
not get a new one.    We are ready tor yuu.   Price. $5, **,$»■ 3uH.
ii„- ia
REID & CO.
What we Have, we'll Hold
THK KBPUMTIIIN UP
NAVIN.I   THE   BUST
Tea. ai\d Coffee
la town.    One trial will be sufficient to convince you that yea have
I   never Killed n beverage with a mure delicious Haver than	
*   G. T. R.. TEA  *
" For Sale Only by l^SSSSSS
G. T. ROGERS
School Opening 1
BURNT LEATHER
SOUVENIRS
We need the room these goods occupy, and
from now until Sept. 1st *-e offer 25 per cent
Reduction in Price. They arc already marked very low and with Oils Big Reduction
they should not last very long	
TO GAZE UPON
!in*M.["iii''*il ul luifjilrtuilir,
.FURNITURE
ill om Iniye Hit irk in to  *•»*<■  . banning  ei
ulMofallihebMl dMlgniol tbetmuuu,
tlie hntwt work <>l tin- mn ii ni'i* Ihut W
■tiuwiiiK » »"i|ii'i I' lot In i'inl'"', iliiiiiiK '
mnl iMlnmin liirnJi i-i,* ;i*.,! ohvt miiIi*.
mill |ii*it*n tit low jitii'tf
THEHACCONiNELL
FURNITURE  CO.
Cranbrook CotlaRC Hospital,
iVimt-r Armstrong avenue and Lewis8l
For lull pftrtlciilara apply to
rill. Moss, - Matron,
UraJuat** 6| St. l.nki-'*- FIMpltal; V""
i-ouv.-r, B-.-C,
MBS ADOLPH,
Teacher ol pianotorte and organ,
For terms, etc. apply between hours
of three and live o'clock on Wed-
nciday and Friday at residence ol
Mrs. W. H. Griffith.
LOCAL NOTES
Picked Up About the City by Asklnt
Questions ol Many People.
As usual our dispensing is being done with
the best drugs in the world, and by experienced, competent, registered druggists. You
take no chances when wc dispense your
doctor's prescriptions.    Besides	
T O    DEA
BEATTIE'S BIG   BOOK
AND DRUG STORE ss
And wc are prepared for it by having in stock everything that a student requires ** ** *j» **% *» **% **x
C* E* Reid & Co.
Registered pharmacists
litlt
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gs Ve want you to think of us whenever you think of Clothes ®~
-® Out whole energy is concentrated on securing good things for ®-
fgj you to wear __
S_ THIS IS TRUE OF CLOTHING
fk THIS IS TRUE OF UNDERWEAR
~® Out Spring and Summer Styles are now making a strong ap- i?
■^ peal to you. while our reasonable prices make an equally ®?
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THIS IS TRUE OF FURNISHINGS
*g strong appeal to your purse.   We are waiting to serve you
i Rill * Co.. CranbrooK's Greatest Store
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III
; itiii*iti*i*imit.w*i iiiiisisiiisiiiiiiiiiin.
[Splendid..
Opportunity
ii£ FOR MIXED FARMER
!r H20 acres, pftrl mep low. goptl wnU'r'juul range, ono mile {rom
•Ij Bhipping point on ruilwny. \\ milt's from n nmrkrt. gnoil
t)s  liuiiHf nnil  ,il:ili]r
11 SEE
14
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$12,50.00
Beale & Elwell
misisi-mismfisisiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMit
1
When you are down town call  and see our
Yoho Proper Bath Heater
HOT WATER IN ONE MINUTE
Don't fail to see it in operation in our store.
We are Sole Agents for this district V *» \f
McCAUAJM &CO.
HARDWARE
The Calgary Cattle Company,
(SUCCESSORS TO M. MdlfflU)
DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF HEAT
POULTRY, FISH AND OYSTERS |N SEASON
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICI
Dnve Miner, of Mbyte, «
town yesterday.
P. Lunil was up from Wardner
the lirst of the week.
Don't forget the cash disfount
at Morrow & McFnrlniie's.
Mr, and Mrs. Otis Staples left
for Seattle on' Sunilny lust.
P. D. Hope wus culling on
Cranbrook friends yesterday,
Clearing out several lines of
shoes at cost. Morrow & McFarlane.
Dr. Sawyer nmi wife of Cowley,
were visiting Ci-iiuliroyk friends
thiB week.
If you want tin- lit-st of fire insurance see Arnold & Roberts,
For Sale— Good buggy und set
of harness, ns good us new, Apply
this olliee.
B. H. Short, the painter mul
paper hanger, ■ is doing work nt
Moyie this week.
P. D. McTnvisli, Scpinton
school representative wus n visitor
in town this week.
Fred Smyth, of the Moyie
Leader, was transacting business
in Cranbrook Tuesday,
Conductor William Cameron
moved into his new house ou" Baker
hill the first'of'tin' week.
One tl.ousu.id three hundred uut!
thirty pair wool so.\ just arrived ul
Morrow & McFnrlunc's.
If yon wnnt the besl of fin- insurance, see Arnold ,V Uolvrts.
Mr. and Mrs. -I. McDonald of
Marysville, were Crunlirook visitors
a conple of days this week.
Rooms to Let. Hoard l.y the
day, week or month. Apply opposite Doyle's livery stable.
Mrs. W, 0. Morion will receive
Tuesday antl Fridny afioruobiis
next, August ll. nud I'.l.
Mr. and Mrs..I. A. Hnrvey returned home Wednesday after n
pleasii.it trip to the const.
Fred F* Sti.rkt-y, of Nelson,  wns
iewiug the sights of the mel ropolis
of KiiBt Kootenny Wt'iluesdny.
Some l-catitiful pntterns just ur-
rivi-d iu our CnnipbeH's Semi-
Readys,   Morrow ■$.* MeFurliiiin.
M. Mclnnis left for Crows Nest,
Tuesday afternoon, where he liua
a number Of int-n "employed lighting bush tires.
Geo, M.'.Ion™, B, A., I'liin.  B.,
irincipid of Hngi-rsville ('olh-giuti-
mlttnto was n (/ileal of Mr. and
Mrs. C. K. Reid last week.
Measrs. I. H. Wilson, (Joiner
Jones, Leslie Fox nnd tt. Donn-
hue of Wardner (-nine up Tuesday
night to attend the lv. ]'. Itxlge.
If you want the la-st of live in
inrance spp Arpp|d ,1- Rphorts,
Havp you smoked Tuekett's
"Marguerite" cigar. If not, you
have missed one of the pleasures
of l(fe, A. L. McDermot; distri-
putpr,
Jpc. $aker, vyhfi has hpefl otn-
pipyfd in'Clinp'a mm shop for
iqnie time, went to Moyie Mondny,
.wliere,he.has openeil up n barber
shop.
Miss Evolyne Evans, of Omenee,
Oot., sister of Mrs. C. E. Reid, is
making a visit; in tm. n. She ex-
p(ipt|.to |Jeinii,in for tlie fall and
winter.
NJ C. McKinstry received a
shipment of new rles foi- his livery
burn thia week, und they are
beauties. "Mc." believes in keep,
lugnp-to-date,
"WILGA"
Private Hotel and Catering Co.
CRANBROOK
Binquets, Balls, Weddings, Picnics, etc., catered for
Vhe dining hall can be engaged (or private partite
For terms apply to
MRS. HOADLEY
New goods arriving each week in the way of
HARDWARE
and everything that goes with a first
stock in a Hardware Store.
class
J. D. McBRIDE
mtt9,*$9ti99*tY***** ** ***mu
.IN HIS NEW STORE,
C.   B0WNE5S. Wholesale dealer in
Wines Liquors and Cigars
New Room* ia the Aiken Block, Juil .North oi Imperial Uank Corner
Agent lor Calgary Beer and Sorter
Agent lor T. I.ebtl & Co., Hay and lirain.
CRANBROOK, B. C.	
*\ww*m»mm***m»i*&****s
Wunted-A good
-rrnnd boy,
R. E. Beattie.
down  from
Dave Anderson wns
Mnrysville Sunday.
Mr. Weisner wns up from Wnrduer Snturdny night.
Wm. Ciirlin was over from Fort
Steele the first of the week.
Constable Hoskins anil wife
visited Murysville Fridny lust.
M, B. King returned home from
Winnipeg the tirst of the week.
Mrs. M. Gillis returned home
Mondny from n visit nt Macleod,
Butter in one pound prints 17|
cents per pound nt G.  T. Roger's.
First-clnss orgnn for snle very-
cheap.   Apply nt Manning's store.
Thos. Youitt, of Elko, wns transacting business in Crnnbrook
Tuesday.
F. C. Mulpus and A. Doyle visit-
i.-d the Bull river mining ciiiups
Saturday Inst.
If you want the best of lire insurniice see Arnold «& Roberts.
Attorney W. R. Ross, of Ferine,
was transacting business in Crnnbrook Monday.
Win. Horie, of Vancouver was
in town Inst week visiting his
brother Malcolm Horie.
Roln-rt Johnson, proprietor of
the Centrnl hotel at Marysville, was
a Crnnbrook visitor Fridny Inst,
A. Shelton returned home Mon.
dny nfter visiting Macleod, Loth-
bridge, Medicine Hut nnd Calgnry.
"Nnp" Royal, one of the "eagle
eyes" of the Crow, left Saturduy
Inst for n two month's visit in the
oast.
Miss Ethel Peverelli returned to
Crnnbrook Friday lust after a
pleasant visit at Macleod nnd Calgnry,
Duncan McFurlniie, of the
Mnrysville Lumber compnny, was
transacting business in Crnnbrook
Friday last.
Customs Officer E. H. Sniall,
moved his family into the new cottage near the foot of Hanson
nvenue this week.
The family of Engineer .Tames
Cusluku have gone to Duck creek,
near Sinlar, to spend a few weeks
of the hot weather.
If you want the best of lire insurniice see Arnold & Roberts,
The golf and tenuis clubs hnve
issued invitations for a Imli to be
given in Wentworth hull Friday
livening, August 12.
-Tames Findjav was down from
■■ Sullivan mine Tuesday and re
.1. H. Doyle is down from Kim-
lx-rl.-y today.
Constable Dow came up from
Wanlner yestenluy.
H. W. Ross was down from
Perry Creek the first of the week.
If you want the best of fire insurance see Arnold & Rolx-rts.
Jus. Gill returned home yesterday from a trip tin-ought Albertn
and Assiniliiiia.
J.N. Day, a veterinary surgeon
of Wardner, Idaho, was a Cran-
brjok visitor this week.
Sum Neelands of the Cosmopolitan hotel has been suffering from
n severe attack of tousilitis the
past week.
Ed. Beeton, Canadian representative of the Elgin watch factory,
was transacting business in Cranbrook this week.
W. J. Tosh returned from Winnipeg yesterday, where he had
been taking in the fair and visit-
frieuds and relations.
J, S. Carter, district passenger
agent of the C.P.R„of Nelsou.stop.
p«i off in Cranbrook Wednesday,
on his way homo from Winnipeg.
If you want tke best of fire in-
surn ice see Arnold & Roberts,
Dr. L. C. Bishop, for the pai t
yenr house surgeon of the Mon-
trenl genera', hospital, has located
in Cruubrook as nn assistant to
Drs, King nnd Green.
It is only twenty-two miles fn m
Crows Nest, B. C, to Flathead
townsite and n first-clusB trail,
g4.ides, pack horses and etc., furn
ished nt Crowa Nest.
IfUt A. Goal.
Mrs. A. C. Bowness and son
Arthur returned homo Monday
from South Bend, Wash., where
they had been visiting Mra,
Bowuess' father.
Conductor Phil Dingman, who
hud n foot smashed at Morrissey
about three weeks ngo, is getting
uloug nicely and ia now able to get
about town with the aid of
crutches.
If you want the best of fire in.
surance see Arnold k Roberts.
F. G, For iter, editor of the
Medicine Hut News, iiccompuuii-tl
by his son Clare, was in Crnnbrook
Tuesday visiting with his brother,
E. R. J, Forster, of the Fcrster
Lumber company. While in town
they paid the Herald office a fraternal cull.
xriTHINTi LIKE
Sheet Metal
for tho uses to wliich we pul it,
WEIUVFA URUE TRADE IN
" Blower Pipe "
Because we understand the clnss of
material and work required,
Our "Sunshine Furnace"
Ih the very lwnt, burns apftqr ImiM roal,
Coko nr WOOti.    Let ns  linve a talk will.
you about your furnace (.ysteui.    '
PATHORE BROS.
Dollars
Cents
Should not nlone be vour guide when
purchasing i.-.-i. QUALITY nho should
lie considered. We know that the
quality ot our feed Ls unsurpassed, and
our prices are not any higher than you
are probably paying fur }>oor feed. It
will pay you to give your horse tb*
l>e?t.
Harris & Jolliffe's Meat Market.
purls everything looking favorable
for thp early opening of the mine.
S. A. Speers, who has lieen in
the employ of Breckenridge $
Lund the past two yenrs, was visiting Crnnhwk. friends tlie pnst
week,
MfS. H. H, McVittie and child-
ren returned home on Friday Inst
from Edmonton, where they hnd
been visiting Mre- Mc^ 'Wie'e,
mother.
A. Q, Wiluiot, who has been
freight ngent at Cranbrook for the
C. P. R, the past eighteeu months.,
resigned his. position lust wt-uk nud' gallon: under two quarts 12) cents
left fpr Sripjianp Kundny. Mr. i straight. 50 cents per gallon, or
Wjlwotj van one pf thp most cour-j eight ipinrts for the. $1.00, The
teous wid objjiging ypuiig men in j change to tnke effect Qfl lhe Ittth
the C.P.R. service and Hindu n day of A ugnst.
host ot friend**, hi Oranbrpok. whol iR. Lonnsbnry,
join in wishing him success where-1 Signed ( W. H. Bnrdget.
PYpr hp may locale, \ | T. Taylor,
Notice.
Crnnbrook, B, 0. August 1,11104,
Tin- Dairymen of Cranhrook: -
We the undersigned dairymen of
Cranbrook have held a meeting on
behalf uf the present price of milk.
Owing to the drought and uo grass
we an- compelled to start and feed
bran nnd shorts, nml we have concluded tlint the only source of relief to meet the extra expense \u.
curred upon ub is to, put the price
up for the present mouths until
tl-p first of May IW)-"'. when other
ai-rniigeinents will lm made for (hp
summer.
The price for t)i« breannt months
will be im fallows; Two quarts and
aver 10 mints straight, iO cents per
New Business
For Cranbrook
n
WE ARE NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
and in n position to show visitors to our
ston- the most complete stock of
Wall Papers and
Room Mouldings
in the Kootenays. We respectfully solicit a Bhare of your patronage, and invite you to cull nnd see our goods and
get our prices.   AVe make a spc.-ialtv of
SIGN s WORK
Estimates cheerfully given.
1
F. J. Bradley & Co.
Armstrong: Ave.        CRANBROOK, B. C Phone 52
—-—-is what gives you best value for yeir
money The people ol ihis district ire fist
leirninx that lo secure SOLID VALUE In thi
CLOTHING line they must cone to our Hire.
Our business is (row inu every day. This Is
ill the evidence we «ani thai our goods art
giving the beat ol service.
For CASH wc are jlvlfl| Ifl PER CENT off.
Remember this. B> the rush in bmlneii list
Siturdiy we are comma-d that ibti Iowa
wai willing for an Inducement of tbls kind.
0*r prices have nol nd*anced is torn* up*
poie, but Irom lhe old cheap prices we cat II
PER CENT.
Morrow & HcFarlane
NELSON FAIR
Second Annual Exhibition of the
Nelson Agricultural and
Industrial Association
SEPTEMBER 28 & 29
New Buildings,   Fine Grounds,   Big; Premium List
Novel Open Air Attractions
Will, far Ml. Ll.)	
J. G. ANNAIil.l:, Sec, Nelson, B. C.
.4* .-.. THE   CRANBUOOK   nERALl)
&-Sp**>-i8-®-SH&-«>- <•> 4jH!H5-&-€f-fe>-»-»-sHS.
the Cosmopolitan Botcl
4p RATES $2 PER DAY
A Firstclass House Centrally Located
9*9   IF YOU WANT   &
Fine Sample Rooms in Connection.    The bedrooms
|| are airy and comiortable, and the table is the best the iJ
market affords. 11
£^^§^f&ttt^®^^^ * w^
As Ye Sew, So Shall Ye Rip  j
Which, being translated, means that the** who wear j
OUR suits, made up in lirst class style by lirst class j
.vorkmen, well know them to be the BEST      **      ** t
FIRE INSURANCE!
AT REASONABLE RATES. CALL ON
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
TIMBER LANDS
FOR SALE OR LEASE
Cranbrook Block
"McSWEYN & GRIFFITH,
ART TAILORS
Cranbrook, B. C
......... .(al
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BUYING MEAT
ie like buying 0 pig in h bag
with some people, Alt meats,
look "like to tliem ami — tbey
vory often ^et poor quality.
We want the trade of those
who know good
NEAT
nml thou- that don't. Tin- fi.r-
itipi* w'U knnw that we have
ihat kind lor th-m antl the
attar eaa id** «po   us to give
t to them,
p. burns ca CO.
HffiEllIElESIl-lilSKBfflllffl
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..♦Manitoba Hotel..
(Under New Manugement)
D. A. McDONALD, rianager
This Hotel is in the center of town. The rooms are
§ comfortable and well furnished, the dining room is first-
I class, and the bar is supplied with the best. When you
S want a good place to stop come to the Manitoba.
| WE GIVE YOU YOUR MONEY'S WORTH
*\***************,**********i***********************
„„Zbe ©wl Cafe....
C. E. Bates, •ptoptletor,
©pen E>ag ano fUpbt.
The Besl of Everythlni lo Ibe Ealing Line
It yon come once you will come oflen.    We
,.. aim lo please ...
Armstrong uvonno
Cranbrook Brick
and Tile Works
Taylor & Davis, Props.
Furnace & Boiler Specialists
All descriptions of liriek work
underlnken. Flues plastered
by new lire proof process.
Common lirii-k. pressed lirick,
fire liriek nnd lile on hand.
*>**-.
Cranbrook Sash
and Door Factory
All kinds of finish work in
wny of doors, windows, transoms, etc. Kiln dried lufhber
for inside work. Our work is
guaranteed and our prices are
satisfactory.
Rough and Dressed Lumber
For Sale
Land Notice
Take notice thut sixty day« after dnte I in
tend to apply to the Chipf Com mi Min ner ot
Landn nnd Works for prrmirmiDii to ■Hiri'lnisi'
tlie following described landa in South Hunt
Kootenay:
Comm-ni'ing at n pnit planted at the
northwi>kI corner of Lot -itoiift, thence wcHtto
the east limit of Lot B460, thence Koiith tn
the north limit of Lot 8578, thence east tu
tbe treat limit ot Lot 8065, thence north to
the place of beginning, containing 820 acreti
more or lenn.
Dated thin Uth day of June, 1004.
11 tt iiliam Profit t.
J. Q. CUMMINGS
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
FORT STEELE
W. F. OURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
R.LOQAN
MERCHANT
TAILOR
A beautiful line of Home*
fipmiH and Worsteds for
Ladies' Tailor Mado Suits.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Rooms on Armstrong Ave.
F. J. F. PERRY
PROPHIKTOROF TUB
Cranbrook Cartage
and Transfer
We are in business for business.
To keep it and secure more we
must do business in a business
like manner. We nre prompt
and reliable. That is business.
We do all kinds of drayagc and
onrtage.   We want more.
Leave orders in our office in
tlie Crnnbrook hotel block, op-
posite station, or telephone 99j
residence, 08
Foreign Liquors Galore
Just received the larg'est consignment of Foreign Liquors ever shipped ino the Koo ena ys.
Direct importations from the distilleries of Scotland, Holland, France
LOCH ACHRAY, the purest and most popular whisky in Scotland today, put up in
octaves and half octaves, Imperial pints and quarts, wine quarts, flasks and
half flasks.
KIDERLEN Holland Gins from the largest Gin Distilleries in the world, put up in
octaves, half and quarter octaves, crystal jars, pints and half pints.
FROMY, ROGEE   & O.'S Famous Cognacs, " Medical Reserve."^
By purchaslsg direct I bave uvea* the middlemen', prollts, Iht bceefli tl wbkb I will give la m, easterners.
SCHLITZ AND FERNIE BEER
BASS'ALE
GUINNESS'STOUT
Phone 17 A.    L.    MCDERMOT, PH<>nel7
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In Wlnea, Liquors and Cigars.
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company
offer timber lands comprised in British Columbia 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 ton..*., maps mul fiirtln>r --urtiriiliirs apply tu tlio fullowinf
local luml agents:
V. Hyclo linker, Crnulirook, 11. 0,     10. Miilliiiuliiini-, Jr., Creston, B. U.
I. H. Wilson, Wardner, B. 0, H. & M. Bird, Nelson, U. C.
R. K. llruco, Wilmer, B, 0,
J. E. Stephens.
H. L. Stephens,
M. Rockendori
J. Liwson,
As we predicted several months
months ago, the Flathead country has been thrown open. The
" rush is on." The mines are
running full blast and everything
is lovely. If you are in our neighborhood come to the Alexandra
Hotel. It is the best hotel in
the district.	
THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL,
Stephens Bros. 4 Co., Owners and Proprietors.
Morrissey Mines, B. C.
II. L. Stephens
J. E. Stephens
The Great Northern is building
from Morrissey to the east.
Morrissey is headquarters for
contractors, supplies, etc. The
Australian Hotel is the " Hub."
If you wish to find anybody enquire at the Australian, you will
find your man there.	
THE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL
THE Bid WHITE HOTEL.
Stephens Bras, Owners and Proprietors,
Morrissey Junction, B. C.
ADDITIONAL   LOCAL
M, B. and Dr. J. H. King went
to Rynn yesterday with a gang of
men to fight the bnsh fires burning on their timbei limits near that
plnce.
If yon want the best of fire insurance see Arnold & Roberts.
Mrs. Prest and Cecil Prest of
of the Prest Photo Co., made a
trip to Perry Creek Monday and
took some excellent views of the
most interesting situations in East
Kootenay.
Macleod Gazette: W. F. Tate,
at one time a business mnn of
Macleod, now residing at Cranbrook, was in town Saturday. Mr.
Tate is the C. P. R. watch inspector and here in that capacity.
Word has been received in Cranbrook of the death at Pueblo.
Colo., of Horace Butler, who will
be remembered by the old timers
us the colored barber who ran a
shop in the Aiken's block in early
days.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John McRae of
Phoenix, nrriveil in Cranbrook
yesterday for a few days visit with
Mr. McRae's sister, Mrs. N. C.
McKinstry. Mr. McRae is a member of tlie firm of McRae Bros.. &
Smith of Phoenix.
If you wish an up-to-date stamp
or caricature photo be sure and
visit, the tent near McDermot's
wholesale house this week. This
will probably be your Inst opportunity of fit-curing them this summer. Remember the price is
cheap, 50 cents perdossen.
The new twenty foot bar and
fixtures for the Crnnbrook hotel
arrived lust week and is now in
position, The linr room Iiiih Iii-i-ii
enlarged mid when the painting
and din-orating is finished Messrs.
Hoggarth & Rollins will have one
of the finest places in the Kootennys.
Mrs. Rookes gave her iiiinuii]
picnic for her music class Thursday last in the grove nortli of town
and a good time w.ib enjoyed by
all. Yesterday the annual examination of the class was held at
the school building and prizes
awarded the most profieent. Mre.
Vi. T. Reid and Mrs. Eager acted
iib judges.
o B. E. Taylor, one of the best
toys following the mining indus-
ry in the Kootennys, was in town
Wednesday on his way to Marysville. Mr. Taylor has recently
moved his fnmily from Nelson tc
Moyie where he is employed by
the St. Eugene. Mrs. Taylor will
be remembered as Miss Rettn
Dudley, formerly of Kimberley.
If you want the best of fire insurance seo Arnold & Roberts.
J. A. Motherwell, teller of the
Canadian Bank of Commerce, is
enjoying his annual vacation and
spent a few days at Perry Creek
this week,
Charley Vroman, formerly proprietor of the Wentworth hotel,
und one of the best hotel men ever
in the district, arrived in Cranbrook yesterday, Mr. Vroman is
on his way to the coast and stopped off for a few days visit with
friends. Mr. Vroman expressed
great surprise at the wonderful
growth of the town in the post
eighteen months.
Rev. 8. J, Thompson visited
Marysville on Tuesday of this
week. He held service in the old
drug store, and organized an
official board for the congregation.
George TibbetB was appointed lay
delegate to the district meeting.
Rev. W, E. Collis, the missionary
in charge has six preaching appointments nnd covers a lot of
ground.
The funeral of Harry Garrett,
who died of typhoid at the St.
Eugene hospital on Sunday morning took place on Monday afternoon from Beattie's undertaking
rooms. The Canadian Order of
Foresters, of which deceased wns a
member furnished the pallbearers.
D, Alton, bridge superintendent of
C. P. R, was present, and Earnest
Cooknell a partner of deceased
from Cowley, Alberta, was also
present as a mourner. Rev. S. J.
Thompson conducted the funeral
ceremony. The deceased was an
upright citizen and highly respect-
oil among his follow employees of
the C. P. R,
A SURE WINNER
Cranhrook Beer Proves n  -Nectar Pit
lor the flods,"
The first product of the Cranbrook Brewing and Malting eompiuiy was placed on the markot
Monday last, and while the public
were hoping for the best no ono
expected the superior article served
up to them ut the hotel bars. The
liquid is of a beautiful amber tint,
• leur ns crystal and pleasant to the
taste, nnd in the opinion of connoisseurs, is equal to nny beer on
the niarliet, not excepting the
famous product of Milwaukee.
The stockholders of the company are highly elated over the
success of the venture, and much
ornise is heard on all sides for Mr.
F. Geiler, who has charge of the
plant nnd who has proven beyond
» doubt that he is a brewer of experience, and the right man in the
right place. If the present quality
of the output is kept up it is only
a question of time when the Cranbrook brewery will have a monopoly of tho business on the "Grow."
Boquels For Tht Boas.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Simpson of
Cranbrook B. O, were visiting relatives here from Saturday nntil
yesterday, when they left for St
Louis to visit the fair. Fred a
few years ago was owner and pub
lisher of the Democrat, selling
out to Mr Hutchins. This paper
feels an interest in Fred because he
learned his trade with us and was
always a faithful and intelligent
employe, and it iB gratifying to us
that he is now the publisher of one
of the most popular and influential
papers in the dominion of Canada.
Fred is a naturilized subject of
.King Edward VII, and is as actively engaged in politics as when
he lived here—only we hope he
represents a better party. Mrs.
Simpson proved a charming lady
and mode many friends during her
short stay.—Oquawka, (Illinois'
Journal.
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House for Sale; Ave rooms; pantry
and cellar; two fenced lots; stable and
chicken house; 1675 if sold nt once
across creek. Apply to Mra. W. J
Welsh, or Herald office.
Just what you want, the beet photos
Prest Photo Co.
Butter, Eggs, Pork, Etc. — For ship*
mont to British Columbia. Al quality.
Write tor cash prices. I. DeFettr, Dids
bury, All. 17*61
Or to
J. S. DENNIS,
British Columbia Land Commissioner,
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
Calgary, Alberta
Robinson-McKenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
AU Kinds Of
Rough and Dressed Lumber
NEW DEPARTURE
We are now In shape to furnish all kinds ol
MOULDING
BASE and CASE
Orders promptly filled and delivered in town. For prices apply
King Lumber Mills Co. Limited
.*****®®**.
L. CLAPP
W. ROLLINS
The Wentworth
Clapp & Rollins,
Tbe New Managers.
Dro p In and see us any time.   Wc are on deck 25 hour
out of the 24
AND
KOOTENAY HARBLE
ID
MONUflENT WORKS
-NELSON. B. C.
Manufacturers of and wholesale and retail dealers in
Marble and Marble Work of All Kinds.
We own our own quarries, und the quality is conceded
to be the best. Monuments, Headstones, riarble Trimmings for Buildings, it specialty, Hy buying from us you
get the Uniterm] at tirst cost.

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