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 JOB PRINTING
We sre well auiiipp«l *°
turnout the boatol»M
ol work
THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
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VOLUME  14
OKANBHOOR.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,  FRIDAY, SEI'TEMBEH 22. 1911
NO. .'$«
Canada Emphatically Rejects Reciprocity
Laurier Government Completely Routed, Seven Ministers Going Down to
Defeat, Including Finance Minister Fielding and Minister of
Customs Paterson, wlio Drafted the pact
Kootenay Sustains Goodeve with Decreased Hajority
yihiiin.
1'oHslitllcllfy.
Liberal.
Conservative.
Yukon (Oct. 38)  *'. T. Congdcn .
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Cotnox-Atlin Duncan Ross tl. Clements	
Kootenay  Dr. .1. II. King A. ,S. Ooodovo Conservative .
Nanaimo Ralph Smilli F. II. Shepherd Conservative .
New Westminster  John Oliver  I. 1). Taylor Conservative .
Vancouver'City  I. K, .Senator II. II. Stewart Conservative .
Victoria City W. Tomploman 11. H. Barnard  Conservative .
Yale-Cariboo K. C, McDonald  Martin Burrell  Conservative .
ALBERTA.
Calgary  I. 0. Van Wart  Ii. U. Bennett  Conservative .
Edmonton  Hm. F. Oliver  W. A. (iricsliacli  Liberal  ...
Macleod D. Warnock lolui Hereon Liberal 	
Medicine Hat W. A. Buchanan  I'. A. Magrath  Liberal 	
Rod Doer Dr. Clark A. A. Mcllillivray  Liberal 	
Stratheona I. M. Douglas (I. II. Campbell  ...Liberal 	
Victoria  W. II. White F. A. Morrison  Liberal 	
SASKATCHEWAN.
Assinibcia -I. 0. Turrilt C. ('. Smith  Liberal 	
Batitlelord  A. Champagne M. .1. Howell 	
Humboldt Dr. Neely  W. H. Hearnc Liberal 	
Mackenzie Dr. E. L. Cash  Livingstone Liberal 	
Moose Jaw  W. 0. Knowles S. K, Rathwcll  Liberal 	
Prince Albert W. IV. Rulan las. McKay  Conservative .
Ou'Appellc L. Thompson  II. S. Lake Conservative .
Regina  W. M. Martin  Dr. Cowan  Liberal 	
Saltcoats  Thos. MeXutt  C. Nixon 	
Saskatoon  0. B. McCrancy D. McLean	
Lisgar	
 .1.
Dauphin 	
 R.
Macdonald 	
 .1.
Marquette 	
 Cl.
Portage la Prairie	
 R.
Provenchcr	
 Dr
Selkirk	
 A.
Soiirls	
 A.
Winnipeg 	
 1-
MANITOBA.
E. Hill I.A.M. Aikins 	
F. Grccnway W. H. Sharps	
Cruise  Glen Campbell 	
S. Wood (Independent)  W. D. Staples	
A. Grierson  W. J. Roche	
Patterson \. E. Meighcn ....
. .1. P. Molloy  I.A.F. Illrau 	
R. Ilredin  G. II. Bradbury ..
M. Campbell  Dr. Scbaffacr 	
II. Ashdown A. Haggarl, K.C.
ONTARIO.
• Liberal 	
.Conservative .
-Conservative .
..Conservative.
.•Conservative .
..Conservative .
Algnma E .1. L. Regan  W. R. Smyth	
Algoma W C. N. Smith A. C. Iloyce Conservative ...
Brant Win. Patterson I. H, Fisher  Conservative ...
Rranttord  T. II. Preston W."F, Cocksbutt  Conservative...
Brockville Hon. 0. Graham  lohn Webster Conservative ...
Bruce N .Ichn Totmic Col. II. Clark	
Bruce S II. E. Trims:  .1. .1. Donclly Conservative ...
Cnrlcton D- H. McLean I'M. Kldd Conservative ...
lunulas  I. A. Campbell  \ndrew Binder ;	
Dultcrin .11. B. Drown John Best	
Durham T. A. Kollcy  ,C. .1. Thornton  Conservative...
Elgin \v Donald Macnish  T. W. Crothcrs	
Elgin E  Dr. !•'. II   Miller  David Marshall  Conservative ...
Essex N	
Essex S	
Frontenao	
Glengarry ...
Granville	
Grey N	
Grey S	
Grey E	
Dull.m 	
Ilalilimanil
Hamilton E
Hamilton W
Hastings W
Hustings E.
Huron IV, ,.,
Huron E. ...
Huron s	
Kent W
Kent I'l	
Kingston . .
I.iintbloii IV.
Lumhtim E
Lanark W.
Lanark s. „
Lent
Dr. P. A. Dows
A. II. Clsrko ...
.11. II. Fair 	
. .1. a. McMillan
..<>. .1. Wilcox  Conservative .
..Dr. Fred Parke Liberal 	
Dr. -i. Edward. Conservative .
n. McMarlin  Liberal 	
...s. .1. Martin Dr. .1. D  lln.l
.. F. W'. Harrison 	
.11. II. Miller 	
C. IV. Hartman 	
.,W  II Smith 	
li. !•'. Miller 	
.lolin Peebles	
...lohn McDnren 	
,..W. II. llubhell 	
...1'. P. Clarke	
...M. G. Cameron 	
...A. Hislop 	
,„M. V. McLean 	
..A. II. MeCoig 	
.1). A. Gordon 	
...K. MeP. Mownl 	
. F. !•'. Pardi*e	
..Hv c Palrbank	
...T. ii Caldwell	
 IV, S. Middlebco	
 li. .1. Hall  Liberal 	
 Dr. T. s. Sproule Conservative	
... |i. Henderson  Conservative	
 F. II. Lalor	
 S. Bncker Conservative	
 T. .1. Stewart  conservative	
 E. G. Porter Conservative ....
 W. II. Norlhmp Conservative ....
 E, N. Lewis  Conservative ...,
 las. Bowman	
 I. .1. Merner Conservative ....
 Ward Stnnlorth  Liberal 	
 II. .1. French Liberal 	
 W. F. Niekle Conservative....
 II. E. Lrscur	
 .1. E. Armstrong Conservative....
 IV. I'll,.lein.	
 -Conservative ....
 (I. F, McKinini  Urn   .1. Haggarl'	
 F. Cross  Goo. Tailor	
Lennox and A.ldinglon  Dr. J. Vroiimnn   W. .1. Pmll Conservative	
Lincoln I:  •'• Lovelace   E. A. Lancaster Conservative	
London  I. M. McEvoy  Major Brattle  Conservative	
Middlesex W  D. C. Ross  las. Cobban  Liberal 	
Middlesex N A. W. Smith    George Elliott	
Middlesex E Geo. Kentledge  Peter Elsnn	
Musl ,,ku  G   It, II  Thomas Win. Wrlglil  Conservative	
Nipissilig  A. .1. Young  George Gordon	
NortoH  W. A. Charlton  Alex. MclYll  Liberal 	
Northumberland W I. B. McColl c. A. Mutson Conservative	
Northumberland E A. Woathcrstnne  II. .1. Walker Conservative	
Ontario N 11. M. Mowalt  McJ. S. Sharpc Conservative	
Ontario S F. L. Fowke Win. Smith Conservative	
Ottawa II. II. MrOlverln A. E. Frlpp Conservative	
Ottawa I. A. Plnnrd Dr. J. L. Chabot  Conservative	
Oxford N E. IV. Neshilt .1. Wallace, K.C Liberal  •.	
Oxford S M. S. Schell  I). Sutherland	
Parry Sound  Gcorgo Morrison  Ins. Arthurs Conservative	
Perth N Dr. .1. P. Hankia II. Morphy, K.C Conservative	
Perth S 0, II. Mclntyre Dr. M. Steele	
Peel  W. II. Lowe' Richard Blnln  Conservative	
Preseott E. Prolix Dr. E. Quesnel	
Prince Edward  Dr. M. Currio ' 11. A. Hepburn	
PetertoroW I. R. Straiten I. II. Ilurnham  Conservative	
Peterboro E F. D. Kerr 1. A. Sexsmltli Conservative	
Renfrew S T. A. Low Dr. Maloney	
Renfrew N lames Munro 0. V. While , Conservative	
Russell  Hon. 0. Murphy J. V. Vincent	
Slmeoe S T. Ilammell (I)  II. Lennox	
Simeon N »•■!,. 0. McCarthy  .1. A. Currle	
Slmeoe E Mauley Chew W. II, llennelt Conservative	
Latest Summary o! Returns
(Special! to Ih.' Ili'iald).
Winnipeg, Man., Sept. as, 1911.
CONSBRVATIVES ELECTED   <29
LIUEHALS ELECTED  87
CJNiEKVATIVES  MAJORITY  42
Standing In Provinces:
ONTARIO
Conservatives _ _ 72
Liberals    (3
QUEBEC
Conservatives _ 26
Liberals'        37
NEW BRUNSWICK
Conservatives.     5
Liberals .     8
NOVA SCOTIA
Conservatives    9
Liberals  9
MANITOBA
Conservative,. .
Liberals 	
SASKATCHEWAN
Conservatives _,	
Liberals	
ALBERTA
Conservatives  j
Liberal..       0
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Conservatives  7
Liberals  0
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
Conservatives _     2
Liberals ~      2
Five constituent's In hear Item.
CiibinotMinJBlers beaten wore : \V. S. Fielding. Minister of
Finance; Sydney Fisher. Minister of Agriculture; Sir F. W,
Borden, Minister ot Militiu; William Templeman, Minister of
Minos; William Patterson, Minister ol Customs; Ilea. W.
(iridium, Ministnruf Railways; Mackenzie King. Minister of
Labor.
Prize List
Below is given as complete a list of
full exhibition prize winners as is obtainable at prcrfn-t. Owing to the
manner in which some ot the judges
prepared iheir reports ii will be several days before complete returns
tiin in- secured for publication.
The  fc|.lowing    racing ami athletic
eiils took place on the grcumfs on
Wednesday afternoon:
110 yr.rtls dash (foot race)—.I. K.
Mitehell 1st, A   J. Rivet. 2nd.
Squaw race, balf mile dash—Augusta 1st; Nina 2ml. Maggie 3rd.
Five mile Marathon ftn-t race—
Arehie Elwell 1st; Inilian Alex 2nd.
Loading contest) three teams competed— 1st E M Harrison, J. Mc-
Mins, .?. t'u (in, uf Yahk. Time 10
inins Vi sees Second—E. I.. Lan-
gin, J. Lucas and F. Cooper, Croth-
ers mill.    Time 1 *■> rains, lfl sees.
cii.isj.lc greasy pig—Jas   Baldwin,
3-8 mllo   dash—Alice   1st; Lady P.
nd.
1-2 mllo dash—IX McBride Ist;
Charmer 2nd.
I'I. ASS
Section
1. stallion.
Oblate Father-.
2. Stallions',
i; K  Futa 1st,
Whilst complete election returns nre
not ns yet available, it is -quite evident from the summaries to hand
tlmt Ihe Laurier government lias
lieen decisively defeated on the !•*>
clprocity issue. .Seven cabinet minsters, Including the iwo responsible
or ihe drafling of the pact, beinj;
mong the number of tlu* defeated.
British Columbia, apparently, has
returned sever, straight Tories, although ne definite word has been
received from Comox-Atlin up io tin*
ime of going to press.
In Kootenay, so far as returns to
hand indicate, Mr. A. S. (iondeve
has been re-elected hy a fair major-
ty, but exact figures were not oh-
ainahle from any source, From such
figures as could be obtained it appears that Ooodeve's majority tn at
least 300.
Below are the returns hy polls in
tie Cranbrook and Fernie districts:
Roger's i'ass	
g
7
Ilrisco „...
!l
29
l'nlliser    ..   .
:l
->
McMurdo 	
8
l!i
Field   	
43
38
Cranbrook—
Polling Booth
1. Yidik	
2. Moyio	
3U8    177
tioodevo's majority. 131
Other returns are as follows:
Goodeve, majority iu Nelson  85
Goodeve, majority ir.    Holland ... s
Goodeve, majority in Trail  17
, King, majority in Ynur  13
Kini:. majority in Salmo u
King, majority in Erie  I
Creston, King 41, Gcodeve !'.).
Erlckson King 11; Goodeve 1"
Ryckerts, King 1; Goodeve tl.
The Nelson Dally News publish,*
returns placing Gcodcve's majority
at 813, with 32 polls to be heard
from.
Nu oflii-ial returns have been received Irom Columbia, Revelstoke,
Slocan, Ymir ar..t Kaslo.
Lib.
21
Con.
ill
3*>
Cranbrook.... 211    102
8 Marysville..
1»
17
:iu
Hi
4
11
in
:i7
15
!i. Klinborloy  14
IU. Fort Steele  211
11. Fort Steele Jot. 8
12. Was*.     12
18. Wattsburg  3
II. Benedict Siding
15. Wanlner  23
III. WyclitTo   7
17. Kiiiu.gnlo   8
IM. St. EngenoMis. fl
19. Crotlier's Mill . 2
20. Leask  A   Jnlili-
sun's Mill  5
453 H7!l
Majority for Goodove, 22'i
Femie—
33. K.ist Wnnliur       4 7
31. .Iiiirrny      12 41
35. Klko    14 80
,'lli. Morrissey Jot..     2 3
:i7 Coal Crook    80 80
88. /
80.  J  Fernie   880 1.1
40. )
41. Fernie West     20 13
42. Hnsnor  ...   55 Ii4
13 Spare o«l      3 ll
44. Michel     88 111
45. Crows Nest     I'l 8
Iti New Michel ...  48 57
47. Oorbin    25 22
48 Ilnvnes.     I> 13
49 Waldo    II 18
50. Krng.       5 31
51  Flagstone   and
Dorr      8 0
737 697
Majority for King  140
Columbia—
Windermere       8 23
Atlinlmor     23 25
Wilmer      22 Hi
Onlena      I 27
llnldon    52 92
LAURIER'S   VALEDICTORY.
"There is no doubt that we    have
lieen  decisively   defeated,''   declared
Sir Wilfrid Laurier lasl evening      at
Quebeo to a group  ol Iriends      who
'had gathered  with bim tc hear    tbc
' returns.
I   '•! gladly   lay  down   the premier-
i ship, a burden  which   I haie carried
, l.ir flftecn years.     1 believed that   in
making lhe   reciprocity arrangement
we had done something which   would
la- greatly   lo  the   benefit ol       tbe
people   of    Canada.      The   electors
j have deilareil otherwise, and I     Iki'a
to  their Occisil ii.    I regret that we
have been   unable   lo   carry rectpro
eitv, which I still believe would have
' promoted the   material advancement
oi Canada and   would have promoted
I tbe growing friendship between    tbo
I United   Slates and   Great     Britain
(The  country   has   spoken,   we musl
j how  to the inevitable, and I ctwer-
'lullv do so."
I
HUNT.
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Sewbro'a llerpieide i^ th,' one rem
•il, on your druggist', shelves which
may always hv depended upon.
Instead ot complaining to your
friends and mourning over your loss
ot hail, call upon youi local druggist
and purchase a bottle of Newbro's
Herplcldc.
It   is the first    and   original remedy, guaranteed to kill dandruff.
Itching and check falling hair.
You   can save the hail you
much   easier    than  you    can
new.    The time to save your
Is now.     Tlie remedy toi doing it is
Newbro's llerpicide.
The same   Opportunity never comes
but    once.      line dollar also bottles
I sold and guaranteed    by all     drug-
1 gists.
I   Applications at good burlier shops.
Send Ilk'. iu postage for sample
'and booklet lo The llerpicide Co.,
jlH.pl. I!., Detroit, Mich.
lieattle-Murphy Co., Ltd., Special
Agents.
stop
have
grow
hair
I.—DRAFT HOUSES.
any age, registered—
1st'; Al. Doyle, ind.
anv Bgfl   or grade—
A   Lcitcb, in.).
I.   Brood  male, loci nl foal—Mm
Rent 1st.
I.   hvo-ycar-oki Ally or gelding —
C. I.ulet 1st. W  i:  Worden ind
n.  Lumberman', team — c  l.ulett
7   Team    m barness, la-*t     heavy
learn— IV. E. Worden Ist; \\\ E   Wor-
ileti in.l.
ti.    Pool of lllll — lohu Held  Ist.
1st.
cuss   :-<;i:\Ei!\i.   PURPOSE
HOUSES.
1. Team in harness—W. E. Wcrdcu
1st; J. Reid, 2nd.
2. Mate and foal—Wm Hamil'on
I-:. Chav Parker 2nd.
3. Two-year-old colt-W. E W. r-
den 1st and 2nd
CLASS J.—STANDARD PURE
BRED HORSE'S.
1.   Stallion, any act—Al. Doyle 1st
class    |._LOCAL    THOROUOH-
BP.ED HORSES.
2    Mare,   any   agv—Al. Dovlc 1st;
Wm. Hamilton 2nd.
CLASS 5.—ROADSTERS.
1. Mare. 15 bands and over, wiih
foal at loot—Jack Bardgett 1st and
2nd.
2. Mare, under 15 hands, foal :.t
foot-Ob!3tc Fathers 1st and 2r..l
3. Tw-o-ycar-old filly or gelding—
W   F   IL.ran 1st*; Oblate Fathers 2nd.
1. One year old filly or elding—
J. FeniK^sy !s:. .J. Bardgett 2nd.
5. Foal of lS10-Cbas. Parker 1st;
I. Bardgett 2nd.
P. Woods special—Chas. Parker.
7. Single driver in harness—Jas
Brown Ist. F. Dezall 2nd.
I. Best lady's driver—Hrs. I> A.
Burton.
9. Best saddle horse—J. Bardgett.
CLASS C.
1. Gent's saddle horse, 15j hands
and over—F. Clifford 1st; .1. Bardgett 2nd.
2. Ladies saddle bone—Mrs. Dor-
i
3. Boys and girls saddle pony, 11}
hand, or under—Edith Caslake 1st,
May paterson 2nd.
1.   Ladies' side   saddle horse—Mrs.
Doran Ist, Mrs. Miller 2nd.
5.  E K p. ,v   p H   ipecM,    best
ingle driver—F   I*.-,,,:
CLASS 7.
1. Single delivery horse and rig—
W. E. Worden 1st. Campbell and
Manning 2nd.
2. Single Iieavy dray horse and
rig—w E Worden l,', Cranbrook
Sash and Door 2imI
3. Dray team and lit—W E Worden 1st antl 2nd
A. s. Ooodcve'. ipecial—P Oll-
lor.l.
CLASS J.-CATTLE
I. Bull, any age or breed (pure
brad)—J. Bardgett Ist, A. c Morrison 2nd.
2 Two typical dairy rows lor
milk—.1. Bardgett Ist. John Dren-
i.an Ind.
3. T»,, typical dairy ci ws, due lo
freshen In Dec. Im. Ull—J llard-
ire't M   J. Taylor 2nd
I. Two lieel .*iws ..r steers—los.
Taylor 2nd.   No Ist.
Two  year . Id heifer- lohn 1'at-
erson. award of merit.
II. One year old belter—John Pat-
erson, award of merit.
7. Calf ,f 1110, dairy type—John
Palerson 2nd     No 1st.
ft. Cow in milk, confine*] to owners
of not more than two rows—I
Brennan 1st; D. Moore 2nd.
fl. Best registered bull on grounds
-.1. Bardgett.
in.   Besi   dairy    cow    in   milk on
Brentian.
pair of   dairy cows—I.
grounds—J.
13    Best
Brennan.
llawoith   Bros.
Rett.
CLASS 11 ■
Plymouth    Hocks, barred,     male—
Mrs. J. I'. Leslie 1st and 2nd
special—I.     BariL
-polT.THY. THE   URANBIIOUK    rUSRAJLlJ
lilt AX BROOK HERALD '   Bantam,  game, male—E  II. Slater!   37.   Crcchot   talto mats—1st Mrs.
1st G. P. Tlsdale; 2nd Mrs. Mcilutuey.
Ur ihe Herald   Publishing Company,     iti>ritui>>,   game, male—J. PuUlimon '   88.   Center   piece    laco work-lsl
|..  .1. Deane, Managing Editor.       2nd. Mrs. A, Moll; 2nd Mrs. K. Coney.
  . . ,   Bantam,    game, female—.1. ratlin-'   39.   Unlliii work — 1st Mrs. Isniuy
CKANBHOliK, B. C, S«pt. 22. 1911      ,»"» lst' ,       2»d Mrs  W. E. lliisla,,,      Award   of
 I I   Bantam, other    Iiiuu game, male— Merit.—Mrs. IV. E. llaslani.
  , L, P, Sullivan lst. |    10.   Drawn   work   — 1st Mrs. Hu-
Bantmm,   other   than game, male— her, 2ml Mrs. Brake.
A. M. Beattle, Waldo, 2nd, I    II.   Huckaback   darning- lst Mrfj.
Bantam, other than game, foinnlq— Brukc.
1.. P. Sullivan lst and 2nd. 12.   Coronation     braid   work—1st,
I   Duck, white   varieties, male—I). F.  Alls, llaslani; 2nd Mrs. Bridges.
'Staliitt  1st. |    13.   llemstitcliii.g     — lsl    Mrs. (I.
Duck,    white   varieties,   male—R.  ll. liigranii; 2nd Miss .Syines.
Pye, 2nd. I    11.   Darning — lst Mis. J. S. Men-
Duck, while varieties, female— I), F. ' nie.
EDITORIAL NOTES
Canada's vewliet is against reciprocity.
s,. far as the returns lo hand go,
iln* veriiel is cleat antl unmtstako*
able, Sir Wilirnl Laurier's government musl step down and out. An
imi has been i-alleil to the most brilliant administration in the history of
lho Dominion! lint In tho eyes of
PUT) line Lili'iitl, it is u nlnriinis
end. llmv eiiiilti lhe Liberal party
go under bctler ihan in fighting for a
ureal prlnolplo? There is, in our
thinking,   something   far    from ills-
Slarrltt 1st.
Duek,    white     varieties, toinalc—S,
MoDonaW 2nd.
■1(1.   Patchwork-   lsl   Mrs.   T. c.
Armstrong; 2nd Mrs. .1. Levett.
17.   KnlW)lng in   cotton — 1st Mrs.
Duck, colored, male—Mrs. Lancaster McKowati; 2nd Mrs. .1. s. Brake
2st. I   18,   Netting — lst Miss Symes; 2nd
Duek,    colored,   male—.1.   Brcnnan   -Mis. Brake.
2nd. j   IU.   Bead  work—1st   Miss Symes;
Duck,   colored,    female—Mrs, Lan-  2ml Mrs. Orecnough.
easier lst. |    BO.   Needle work (Kills tinder  15)—
Duck.,   colored,   female—.1. Brcnnan Miss Maud    Taylor; 2ml Miss Louise
lsl,
Geese, Toulouse,   male—J. Brcnnan
2nd.
Klmcr.
BI,   old ladies'   needle work - (iin
and over)— 1st Mrs. ,1. S. Brake; 2nd
(iecse, Toulouse,     female-.!. Brea- !Mra. E, A. Ore-enough.
heartening in llie result.     Whilst  we   nan 1st
sincerely regrel ihe delay to* national
development 1l1.1t will inovltably ensue as a result of this verdict, we
cannot bill rejoice over the rati that
tin- Liberal government sustained defeat in a glorious fight for popular
rights, Thai is a cause in which
Liberals have frequently susiaincd
defenl ami will do so iu tho future.
li is reasonably certain thai yes
lenlay's decisive defeat spells lhe
tell
Geese, other than Toulouse, male
.1. Brcnnan lst.
Geese, oilier than Toulouse, male
.1. I-Vjiiiessy 2nd.
(iecse, other than Toulouse, female
—.1. Brcnnan 1st.
Geese, other than Toulouse, female
—.1. Kcimessy 2nd.
Turkey, malt—Mrs. Hyde linker
1st.
Turkey, male—.1.  Rrciinan 2nd.
CLASS  13.—DOGS.
Collies, registered, dog—Lst .1. 1'al-
linson.
Cullies, open class, (leg—lst 11.
McNeil.
Collies, open class, bitch-lst N.
Thompson, 2nd YV. II. Bardgett.
Vox Terriers, open doss, dug— 1st
L. Clapp; 2nd V. Deacon.
Fox Terriers, open class, bitch —
lsl  A. Glllis; 2nd V. Deacon.
Setters, dog —Ist .). MeVitlie; 2nd
.1. Smoke.
Setters, hitch —1st .1. Smoke.
Cocker Span it |., dog —lst Mrs. V.
Dow; 2nd .1. llaslani.
Cocker Spanie, bileh —1st  Mr. Mt-
Turkey,   female—Mrs.    Hyde Baker
tion.' of    Sir Wilfrid Lauder's j 1st.
public     earn 1.        Short of death in I   Turkey, female— .1.  Breiman 2nd.
harness,   we car.nol conceive of       a |   I'heasant,    golden,      malt—A.   M.
mare  glorious termination to a  Beattle, Waldo, 1st.
greal public career, devoted to popu-1   Pheasant,    golden,    female—A,    M. ^tjia. 2m| j   Hasla
lar rights,   than lo go down In    de-  Beattle, Waldo, 2nd. I    ,}„'■.* T.,,Tipii b|tc|, _Ist  ,j. patll»-
I'heasant, silver, mole—A. M. Heat- *mju
tie, Wiitlo, lst. I   Hll|j Terrier, dog —lsl s. Pye,
Dheasanl,   silver,     femah—A.     M.      st. Iteriiard, bitch -1st  S. Melh.n-
1 lent tie, Waldo, 2nd. '^.1
CLASS 8.—SWTNE.
ft*al    in the       grandest      battle
against special privileges aud inter-
tsis thai has been waged on tlio
Vmerican continenl in the past gear
I-rat ion. Whilst Sir Wilfrid was
himself returned in two constituencies, several of his ministerial colleagues win' defeated, notably Finance Minister Kidding, minister of
railways, I Inn. G. IV Graham, and
minister of eiislims Paterson. of
tin-in, loo, il ean be said, they went
down fighting for a noble cause.
Tliere is something pathetic in the
complete destruction of an able, pro
gri'ssive ami aggressive governmer.t,
uniil within a few hours ago, sitting
in th<* popular-affections, but It is a
possibility always confronting administrators of public affairs in democratically governed countries, ami
the verdlcl must and will he cheer-
rnllj accepted
hi King's defeat is a sore blow to
Kootenay Liberals, but in his case,
as in that nf his leaders, there is
ihe satisfaction of knowing thai he
went under iu a light for principle.
Dr. King made a gallant light againsl
admittedly heavy odds, and lhal Ik
succeeded in materially reducing   his fey.
1. Boar, pare brett—.1. llayakawa
2ml.   No 1st.
2. Sow, any,breed—J. Brcnnan is'
.1.  llayakawa 2nd.
3. Two butchers hogs most suited
10 local market—.1. Brcnnan 2nd. Nt.
1st.
CLASS 22.—LADIES*  FANCY
WO UK.
1. Embroidery, witb silk or limn
—No award.
2. Embroidery, with silk on silk
or satin—1st    Miss Svins*; 2nd    Mrs.
I. Bird.
3. Embroidery, vifenclnnes—No
award.
I. Embroidery, shadow work—Ist
Mrs. G. I). Ingrain; 2nd Mrs. Cnslakc
5. Embroidery, eyelet— 1st Mrs.
.1 S. Drake, 2nd Mrs. M. K. Patter-
sou.
n Embroidered collar — lst Mrs.
Caslake; 2nd Mrs. E. M. Harrison.
7. Kmbroidcrcd handkerchiefs, 3
initials or monograms— Lst Mrs. Cof-
opponcnl's former majority is elo-
oucnt testimony to Mu* merits of bis
cause ami the vigor of bis campaign.
Prize List
tr. iiliiiu.il hum page one).
Il\m..tiih   ll.ieks.   barred, leraalo—
A.     M.   Il.'iil I iv,   Walil.i,    1st;   Win.
Hamilton 2nd.
Ply Ill      itiieks,     other     lil.irs,
mall—Um  Hamilton 1st.
Plymouth Itocka, other colore, le-
luali—Win.  Hamilton 2nd.
WviHid.,is. white male—D. F. Stur-
rltl Isi ami 2nd.
Wyamlola, while, lemale-D. !•"
Starrltl lat.
Wyamlola, white, female, 11 A.
Itacklyll 2nd.
Wyandota, other colors, male—A,
K. Jonca 1st, \. II. llealtie,
Waldo lad,
Wyandota, other colors, female, A.
M   Beattle, Waldo, 1st and 2nd.
Rhode Island llials, male-Mrs, It
In. wn 1st and 2nd.
Ithode [aland tteda, lemaie—Mrs, II
IIimwii  Ist.
Ilhnle Island Heda, lemaie—1>. Watson 2ml.
iii|iingioii. male—A, M Deattle,
W.I  lsl
lir|iiiigt.,n, iiiale. K. II. Staler 2nd.
Orpington, lemaie—E    11     Slater
1st
Orplntton, lemaie—A. M matin*.
Waldo, 2nd.
l.iiTliorns, white or hrown, mllo—
E   II   siaier lal.
Leghorn—White or brown, male—
Mi*   II  Brown 2nd.
I. 'l'Ii'.iii. while or brown, lemaie
Iv II. Slater lsl and 2nd
l.egliorii. other colors, male—E 11.
Slnier Ist and 2nd.
Leghorns, other colors, lem.l*—A.
M   Seattle, Waldo, Ist and 2nd.
Hainhitrgs. lemaie—A. at. llealtie.
Waldo. 1st
Minorcas. male—A. at. Deattto 1st.
and 2nd.
Minorca:I, [email—E. II. Slater 1st.
Minoieas, I. mai.—Vincent Kink 2nd
(laiiie, standard, male—W. II Hard-
get I   lsl
(lame, standard, female—w. B.
llnrdgelt lsl
BABY   SHOW.
Heaviest baby under one year—1st
prize Mrs. .1. Hird.
Prettiest baby    under   one year —
lst. prize Mrs. II. 10. Ul'iggs.
CLASS 16.—VEGETABLES.
E. A. Hill, special—Oblate Fathers
St. Eugene Mission.
It. S. lievan, special—Oblate Fathers, St. Eugene Mission.
Fink Mercantile special—John Levett.
Subscription to local paper—Oblate
Fathers, St. Eugeno .Mission.
IIIUU letterheads—11. dill.
Ward and Harris, groceries—Oblate
Fathers, St. Eugene*Mission.
1. Potatoes- T. J. Motl 1st; Taylor Urns. 2nd, T. .1. Molt 3rd.
2. Potatoes- T. .1. Moll 1st; John
Levett 2nd.
3. Turnips, table — Indian Industrial school lst; K. 11. Worthington
2nd.
I. Turnips, Swede— II. II. Mc-
t'lure lsl,; Taylor Bros. 2nd.
5. t'arrots, table, 111 roots—Mrs.
Hyde Baker lst; W. II. Bardgett 2nd.
II. Carrots, stock, 10 roots —II.
(lill 1st,- Indian Industrial school 2nd
7. I'nrsiiiiis, 111 routs — II. (1111 1st
('.. II. A sll war tli 2nd.
R. Cabbages, 3 summer— F. (Jod-
eris lst; Oblate Fathers 2nd.
n. Cabbage, 'I winter— J. Levett
lst; Oblate Fathers 2nd.
In. Brussels sprouts, 5 stalks —
F. Goderis lst.
11. Cauliflower, 3 head -F. II.
Worthington 1st; Oblate Fathers 2nd.
12. Corn, II cars — Indian Industrial   school lst; Oblate Fathers 2nd.
13. Heels, table, r> roots— Taylor
Hros. 1st and 2nd.
II. Beets, stcck (mangels) 5 roots
—Indian Industrial school let;*Oblate
Fathers 2nd.
If,. Heels, sugar, 5 roots— T. I.
Motl 1st; Oblate Fathers 2nd.
HI.' Celery, II hunches —lohn Level!.
17. Lettuce, loose, c heads—Oblate
lathers 1st; It. (lill 2ml.
is. Lettuce, hall, (I heads -Cl. II.
Ashwcrth Ist.
21. Squash, winter, 1 —Oblate
Fathers lst; It. (lill 2ml.
22. Squash, summer, 1 —Mrs. J.
P. Leslie 1st; G. II. Ashworth 2nd.
23. Pumpkin, I— Oblate Fathers
lsl;  Indian Imliistn.il school 2nd.
21. Cucumbers, tabic, S-Oblato
Pothers 1st. Mrs. J. P. Leslie 2nd
27. Cllion, I - (I. II. A.hworth
1st.
21. Rhubarb, 12 stalks- T, J.
Moll  1st, Win. Hamilton 2nd.
30. Tomat.a's, plute, fl— Mrs. J
P. Leslie lsl; Oblate Fathers 2nd.
311. Onions, white or yellow, 12 —
John l.evelt Ist; II. (lill 2nd
31. Onions, nil, 12— John Levett
lst; Ollnte Fathers 2nd.
.'12. Oiiirns, pickling, lies! plate —
John Levett lst.
CLASS 17.-OKA1NS AND GRASSES.
1. Rye, sheal ol- F. J. Mott lst.
2. Wheat, sheal ol winter— E. 0.
Smith 1st; T. J. Mott 2nd.
3. Wheat, sheal oi spring—F. Goderis 1st. D. F. Starritt 2nd.
I. Barley, sheal ol hull-less —T.
.1. Mott lst.
7.   Oats,   sheal    ot white— Taylor
Bros. 1st; II. II. McClure 2nd.
33.   Irish   crochet lace   —1st Mrs. I   H.   Exhibit threshed grains, ID lbs
Pit or Cornish Indian, male—A   E. |M.     Iv Patterson; 2nd   Miss   M. Sv-   each—P. Goderis lst.
Jones, Ist. in.'s |   n.   Exhibit    sheal ol grains, small
Pit „i    Cornish   Indian,    mai,— I. i   31.   Crochet  work in cotton — lsl .sheaves— A. II. Smith lst.
Smoke 3ml. Miss Ramsey; 2nd Mrs   llaslani. I    Hi.   Exhlbll   ol    tame  grasses   in
Pit or Cornish     Indian, lemaie—A. I   35.   Crochet   work    in silk   — lst. j sheal ot I or more— A. II. Smith 1st
E  Jones 1st. I Miss Sjrmce; 2nd Mrs. Casluke. II.   Exhibit oltallas and clivers,  I
Pit or Cornish    Indian, lemnle—I). |   3D.  Crochet   work    in   wool —lab lor more—A. B. Smith lata
Mooie, 2nd ' Mis. Melliimey. 2nd    Mrs. Muckering t   12.   Exhihit ol noxll us weeds      ol
x. Embroidered 5 o'clock tea cloth
-1st Mrs. O. P. Tisdnic.
'i. Center pica, embroidered in
colored silk or linen—lst. Miss E.
fan Slyke) 2ml Mrs. J. Woodman.
HI. Center piece, embroidered in
white c-r linen—lst Miss B. Van
Slyke; Mrs. A. Morton.
1(1. Center piece, Valenciennes —lst
Mrs. G. M. Barney, 2ml Mrs. E. M,
Harrison.
11. Tray cli ih, embroidered—lst
Miss A. Doyle; 2nd Mrs. (!. P. Tis-
ilulc.
12. Telle doylies <(!)—No prize
awarded.
13. Tray cloth any other kind—1st
Mrs. II. (iridlcy; 2nd Mrs. R. Joyce
II. Sideboard SCarl, embroidered—
1st Mrs. J. F. Bridges; 2nd Mrs. F.
Cofley.
III. Embroidered towels, 1 pair—
lsl Mrs. W. E. llaslani; 2nd Mrs. II.
P. Tlsdale.
17. Si fa pillow, embroidered ia
siik-ist Mrs. A. ll. Sherrlng; 2ml
Mrs. It. Tilfen.
is. Sofa pillow, collection - lsl
Mrs. A II. Shorting; 2nd Mrs. E.
McDonald,
HI. Tea cosy, i-inl.i. i.l.i.-.i — 1st
Mrs. lames Bates; 2nd Mrs. W. E.
llaslani.
2u. Pin cushion, embroidered — 1st
Mrs   J. Bird; 2nd Geo. II. Ingram
21. Pin cushion, anv oilier kind —
1st    Mrs    Nelson; 2nd     Mrs   A. II.
Sberrillg
22. Embroidered photo frame —1st
Mrs. W. E. Iliuslam, 2nd Miss It.
IlickenlKilham.
21. Handkerchief and tie case —
Ist Mrs. F. A   Cofley.
21. Embroidered blouse, Preach
eyelets —1st Mrs. E. A. Orecnough,
2nd Mrs. .1   Hales
26, Eyelet parauol — 1st Miss
Doyle.
28. Embroidered linen suit — lst
Mrs. II. E. Hates; 2nd Mrs. W. K.
llaslani.
It. Ilardangcr embroidery — 1st
Mrs. Cart wright; 2nd Mrs. .Nelson.
3(1. Point lace—lit Miss M. Walls.,
2nd Mrs. P. F. Welshrod.
31. Honiton law — lst Mrs. Mc-
Dermot, 2nd Miss Mary Walts.
32. Battcnborg lace— lst Mrs.
Purge; 2nd Mrs. Bridges
tbe district wilb names attached and
iliort, notes on crop affected; soils
Ihey are found on and methods of
propogation and eradication—S. McDonald 2ml.     No 1st.
13. Exhibit native grasses small
sheaves witli names and notes on
adaptability In cultivation, soil prc-
f.'rences and quality as forage or
pasture— A. B, Smith lst.
As usually treated, a sprained
ankle will disable a mar. lor three or
four weeks, but hy applying Cliam-
borlain's Liniment freely as soon as
the injury is received, and observing
the direction witli each bottle, a
cure car. he effected in from two to
four days. For sale by all dealers. 31'U
FOR SALE.—Second-hand buggy
and saddle; also dozen hens ami
rr osier; pure bred Brown Lcghirns
Hox 588. 35
What You
Have Been
Looking For
FAMILY SCALE, witli Dial,
Government stumped  $3,00
SPRING BALANCES, -Jovem-
in.ill aluiiipiil .   7SC. '"i'l $1.00
WHITE ENAMEL AND COLD
MEDICII.E CABINET $4.25
COAL OIL HEATERS,   high
grade  $7.00
WIRE CARD RACKS    25C.
KITCHEN CLOTHES RACKS     35C.
KNIFE BOARDS     35C.
CLASS    ROLLINC    PINS
Auk tlio prico,
HOLLOW  POINT  .22   CAL.
CARTRIDGES  Tliey ,1.. business.
F. Parks & Co.
Hardware, Stoves, House
Furnishing Goods
CRANBROOK,      -       B. C.
MEN
ONLY
It you conn* to
Tlie fnrtrtltttlll'llt.
{•xprct lo lie
cnroil. If iitltri-K
Iiuvefflt1e.lext*-Mt
nn* to .-iir.* .von-
I ii'.-- I know
Hint I win raw
yoil 1 "ill not iii-
tc|.| vinir i n*.".
nml in i-vit.v iti-
ntunn* I twit (tv
my own origin nl
It tl Villi I  iiml
► cltHltiflc mi'-
thnilx.
MY FEES ARE PAIR. AND MY
CURES ARE PERMANENT      |
Spermatorrhoea, Orj**nlt Weakness,
Lost Vlior. Varicocele. Hydrocele. &■»■•
I rat I cd Disorders. Specific Blood Poison.
Piles and Slrlclurcs — restoring nit
iiffi'i-ti'il organi tunormal ami healthy
action in tin* riiortertlMMilbtfl sparr
of ti im*.
VISIT
DR.  KELLEY'S
GREAT MUSEUM
Si-.- till I li. turiiia nl lii-.-M-r. nl Mt'li.
r.ii.anlttiti..iMili.l iii.trn.'liv.. I kl.-l (nt.
nl ..HI.,'.it l.y ini.il
21.1 IIOWAlll* STIIKKT
SPOKANE. WASH.
|     PROFESSIONAL CAKHS     jj
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W. P. CiURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
Money to loan on fuvorablo terms.
CRANBROOK.BRITISH   COLUMBI
HOMb' HOSPITAL
Kvory euro anil comfort
A homo from home
Spi-cinl attention in onaos c
Maternity, llhouiuntism
ami Pneiimoliiii
TeniiH moderate
MRS. e. BENT, Matron.
P.O. Iloi Pli.ni.. 'J
UKS. KIWI & OREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons
.'Ifflc. at IlMtil.ac.,  Arni.lriinf,  tv,
OFFICE HOURS :
Forenoon. - - - - a.flu tn iii.no
Alterooon. - - - 2.011 to   4.01)
Evenings - - - - 7.80 to   K 31)
riurnlars - -  - - 2.311 tu   4.311
IRANUROOU :•     ::     ll     :i     H. 0
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
I to 12 a.m.
I to   fl p.m.
7 to   H n in.
time* in new Held [lliiik
CRANBROOK - II
BC.  LAND SURVEYORS
McVITTIE    &    PARKER
Qrnnbroolt ntui Furl Steele
IRRIGATION AND RAILWAY WOlilt
A SPECIALTY
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J. Q. CUMMINQS    i
IRIdlinillN l-MIIN 1:1:11 *
DOMINION ANO PROVINCIAL LAND *
SURVEYOR
k ?.i°No?i«8 Cranbrook, B.C
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J. T.   LAIDLAW
MINING  ENGINEER
B.  C.  and Surveyor
CRANBROOK     .      E. C.
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Asl lor HaUron LITHU WATEII
For family nae there ia aolhlllg
ao *vlinl,.*otn«. iii.tl ao pnra na
HALCYON LITHIA WATF.il
SOLO AT ALL BAF>S
ITS BOnLED AT THE SPRINGS
W.  K.  ILuliy.  Kuh<*r«l  Dfrrclor
Cnnlin-k It. C.
DENTISTRY
Dr. H. E. Hall, D.D.S.
Cmwn ami Brldgo Wurk
n specialty.
Phone No. 2110     Armstrong Ave.
CrniiliriHik. ill*.
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A Good  Home
ia wlmt ia dear to i.rvry mnn. A lioinc
ia wlioro IVikv. Ciniifurl, (Joiiti'iiliiiiint.
nml I'l,'iily is fniiiiil. That is tin- rensnii
mon tliruiii'li.iiit liritisli Coltinibin. whotl
"Oranbrook" is mnntioneil think of tlie
provisions ,Jot, Itrnnlt lina iiiml,< t.ir nn
t ideal home nt the
i Canadian Hotel
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A FEW 8PECIAL LISTINGS BY
BEALE & ELWELL
IIAKER STIIKKT
CIIAMIIIiHiK. B. O.
ISO ACRES IENSH LAND, one mile north ol L'ninlimok.  Ilon.1 toll,
partly fenced., linlit tdenritif*.
ONLY SI.S00. Onc-iliird caih,
I!   320 ACRES, imir mil,.. iioMh-»',.ai olCiiini.i,...k.  Il.crcicultivated.
11 liiration, litiildinga, fvii.t'il.
CHEAP AT t5,000.    Term..
5-R00MED ONE ANO A HALF STORY DWELLING     1900.00
I!   3-ROOMID DWELLINC AND SOX 157 LOT    tSOO.OO
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mrnkmrns^  you know I
™l*'v":i THEY'RE GOOD
hoforeyou nlatt to tronk tlio
chopH you get heioi 'I Im
litijjltt, fn-Kli color',' Iiiu
Hbaence nl giietlo, tin? firm
texture. bIiow you they come
fniiti oliolco hloek. Tiy a
few for lunch to-tlay" or
hrookftiBt to-iuotiow. Come
mnl select them if you mn.
If yon cannot, himhI uh word,
nml we'll Hcnil iih good hb
any yon could cliooeo,
| P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.
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i A Fair You Know and so You Go |
| THE NINTH ANNUAL *
Nelson Fruit Fair \
t NELSON, B. C. %
September 26,27, 28, 11
$3,000 - IN FREE ATTRACTIONS  -  $3,000
burnstad's wild west show
james e. hardy, the high wire king
dorothy de v0nda, queen of the air
happy and his trick mule "dynamite"
marie Mcdonald, the Scottish dancer
inter-city band tournament,   rock drilling contest
log sawing and chopping contests, tie making contests
Kiii;*!,. Fare ltntes on nil Tmnsportntii n Lines
The Biggest Fair Yet and Then Some. Don't Miss It
Don't
Miss
These
J. E.ANNABLE,
President
ti. IlOKS'l'K.M),
Secretiirv nml Malinger
P.O. Box392, Nelson, B.O.
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* II. I.. STEPHENS, Prop.
j CALGARY, Alberta
IThe Hotel with "The Reputation"
You'll get your Money's Worth.
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The
Lund Land and Development
Company, Limited.
Fruit, Agricultural, Ura/inK and limb, r Lands.
Insurance, Stocks and Bonds.
Wholesale Dealers in Lumber.
Office: Corner Fenwick Avenue and
Baker Street.
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VERNON, B. C.
II iv.. a very line assortment of
Fruit Trees
Ornamental and Shade Trees
and Shrubs
BUDDED stock A SPECIALTY
All treesolTorcil for Mllo are urown in onr own niiia.-tii I on
III., r.il.lstr. ;.in Kstnle
V. D. CURRY. G.n.r.l Agent VERNON. B. C.
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Imperial Bank of Canada
lll:AU OPI-ICI:: TORONTO
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL SUBSCRIBED
CAPITAL PAID UP    -
RESERVE FUND
$10,000,000.00
JV 13,000.00
5,793,000.00
5,703.000.00
li. It. WII.KIK. r,«i,lent.
HON. HOHKKT JAKKHAY. Vlce.Pretltl«nl
Merolianta
Aownntl   ot   Cor|*oriitions,   Miiniei|mlities,
Parmere anil Private Iniliviiliiula invited.
Dmfta anil Letters of Crtilit iaaneil nvnilnliln in any part of
tho worl I.
SAVINGS DKI'AltTM KNT - Special attention
given to Snviiuta I lank Aceoiinla. De|*oails of tl.HO and
ii|,wanU rereivc.l anil inlerint allowed from date of de|x>sil.
Cranbrook Branch: H. W. SUPPLE. Mgr. THE   ORANBROOK    IIKISALD
You Need Have No Fear
Buying
Rubber  Goods
from Us
As you will get only one
Quality and that the Best
De Vilbiss Atomizers
the only kind we handle
always  give   satisfaction.
.-.ia^-BSKM
The Beattie-Murphy Co.,
LIMITED
The Rexall Store
WHERE   IT   PAYS   TO   DEAL
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Lockets
Just received, our fall
shipment of 14k gold
lockets. Wc have litem
in square, oval, round
and heart shape. Some
are set with pearls and
others are diamond set.
Prices range according
to size, and the number
of sets, from $5 00 to
$50.00.
W.H.Wilson
a JEWELER   AND »
\ OPTICIAN m
LOCAL NOTES
I Mr. mnl Mrs. Tliomas Iloskln nro
spcii'litig a low days in Spokane.
I Tliu Salvation Army litilds iis annual harvest festival services on Saturday, Sunday ami Monday nexl,
Si*|iLi'mlii'i- 23rd, 21th antl 25th. Tho
meetings will be special, including
music and songs. On Monday niglit
a great harvest home prcgrammo
will In* given. The hall is to he
tastefully decorated. Tin* proceeds
ut this effort will Le devoted lo
llu* maintenance   and extension      td
, Army work.
Itev. s. II. Sarkissian. Presbyterian
minister, ul Creston, is coming in
I Cranbrook on Monday, Scptcmlrcr
125th and will give a lecture on his
; personal experience among foreign
missionaries during the terrible Armenian massacres in 1898. Mr.
' Sarkissian is an educated Armenian,
a master of the Knglish language
ami a very fluent and interesting
NlH-aker. Many will remember his
slirring lecture given here seme
j months ago. He comes under the
• mispiees til the Women's Foreign
Missionary Society td Ktu>x ehurcli,
'anil his lecture-is to be the feature ui
the regular annual open meeting ol
that society to bc held on Monday
evening, September 25tb in Knox
| church. Besides the lecture several
musical selections will be given and
refreshments served. Everybody i>
invited, and an offering will be taken
nu   behalf of foreign missions
Tin1 Btoro fur \V;itt'lii s.
Clocks, Jowelry nml Presentation Pieces of every description.
Kindly ''nil and judge f<»r
yourself,
the choir.
Morning BUbJocl. "Tht* Harvest nf
Faith.'1
At Ihe mornir.g, llie pastor will
speak in children rot lite minutes on
"A Slieuf of Wbeiil."
10 von ing subject:    "Ood's  IIarve.il
Field."
All seals fret?.     All are welcome.
Mrs. Watson, of Sirdar, is visiting
Mrs. W. .!. Mcrton.
Miss M. McLcod will bold ber fa!
millinery opening on Tuesday and
Wednesday td next week.
Mrs. Agin'w, ot Klko, who lias bora
visiting Mrs. Sissotis, returned home
1 mlay.
Mr. and Mrs A H Bowness and
Miss llerneiii* Fraser, left for Vancouver today on a short visit
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wilson, ol Kara
bam, Que., arc visiting with Mi nml
Mrs. W. II   Wilson.
Mrs. s. .1. Morrow, nf ltayneu
\,iu\v, is visiting    Mis    i   n       Mc
N.ilili
WANTED.—Small furnished bouse,
about lour looms Apply U> Q,
SchulthclM, city. 87-Bt"
Mr. and Mis   Harry Ploatow     are
visiiing Mis William Haslatn on
ibeii return from a vlati in ibe
coast tiiii-s     Mis   pinnton wm foi
litelly   Miss DlXOn
MAnilNEIti    POW    SAI.K.-fon
sislllig    ol    IWO boileis,    two  OUglMM
antl tnwmlll machine! . ami plane),
Will sell cheap foi quick wle.-Thos
W.  Leask, I'ranbroolc, B.C.        > U
Tag Day recclptl amouiitvii to
lllll       Tbe eommlttN of ladies       in
charge, desire i<> express theli ap
pieeiatii ii ol the goitrous response
of Cranbrook citizens to their effort*
in ilus connection,
"1 have a world ol conOdence in
Cbambeilain'v Cough Remedy tor I
have used il with perlcel luocesi,"
writes Mrs    M.  I. Basford, Poolea-
Vtlle, Mil. Por sale bv all denl-
ers. 11-11
CHURCH  COLUMN
CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Sundays—Low   mass at J* -i*1 a.m.;
liigli mass, 10.,10 a.m.; Sunday ichool
from 2 to 3 p.m.; Rosary and Bene-
diction at 7.30 p.m.
Mondays and   holy days of obligation— Mass at 8 a.m.
Week   days— Man at 6 a m   at the
hospital.
Father Plamondon,
Parish Priest.
i
KNOX  PRESBYTERIAN CHI RCH.
Sept   84th.
Morning service at 11 o'clock. This
is "Children's Day" throughout Pan
,i.i.i and a special children's service
will be held Parents and all children are cordially Invited
Sunday school ami Bible class .it t
p m *
Evening sen ire at V 80 o'clock,
On Mondaj evening (Jfith) Ret.   9
ii Sarkissian will lecture at an
open mooting ol W.F.M.S Special
musical numbers and refreshments.
\ ouLg People's OulW meets on
I'lilsilav  at  S p.m.
on Sundaj Oetobci 1st. oommunlun
will be observed ,.1 the evening m-i
\ Ice, ami a pre communion srrvi' ■•
will Ih* held on Friday, Septanbci
2'lth.
c. o  Main, Minlstei
METHODIST eiiruril
itev   w. Elton Dunham, paatoi
Sunday services   The paatoi    will
pmch at  11 a.in. ami 7.30 p.m.
HarVull In une sermons will In* delivered al liolli the morning and
evening service, the church will be
suitably decorated  with fruit, grain,
ami vegetables.        Music appropriate
lo the occasion will lie rendered    hy
MAKES 1IAIII GROW.
The Cranbrook Drug and Hook Co,
has an invigorator that will grow
hair or money back.
The time in lake tare cf your hair
is wbtn you have hair fo take can*
of.
If your hair is getting thin, gradually falling out, it cannot be long
before   the spot appears.
The greiilesl remedy lo stop the
hair from falling is SALVIA, the
Greal American Hair Grower, lirst
discovered in England. SALVIA furnishes nourishment to the hair roots
and acts so nulckly thai people are
amazed.
And remember, it destroys the
dandruff germ, the little pest thai
saps the life that should go to Ihe
hair from the roots.
SALVIA is sold by The Cranbrook
Drug and Honk Co. under a positive
guarantee to cure Dandruff, stop
Falling Hair and Itching Sealp in
ten days, or money hack. A large
bottle costs 50c. The wold "SAL
VIA" (Latin f.*r sage) is on overy
bottle.
McCREERY BROS.
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Stores
.'IsW7*4 -"SJ'/'fJJ W/rff
Tin Leading llmlnou College
i.l the Nortlmeat
Where young people ean rerelve
ii thorough bu.hien training.
SH0STHMIP TYPEWRITINC,BOOKKEtPINC.
COMHikfUl UW, ETC.
I* in umion twelve ni.'iiilr* in
the y.'iir.
No entrance examination..
Board and room m voty n-upon-
al.l.. r.itpa.
W». aecttre potilion. i..r our
atndentj.
Our new beanlllally illn.trated
eaialogne .enl lie. npon reqneat.
Write lor it BOW I
H. C. BLAIR, Principal
l.t&Madinn     -      SPOKANE
FRANK DEZALL
Carries ■ full itock ol
DEERING MOWERS AND
RAKES
MCCORMICK MOWERS
Ki'l':iirn for above nlv\a\ t*
in   -llK-tY
"There is Money in our Feed"
There ia but ono wuy to
p.| tin* iiioni'y out, niul Hint
ia to Imv it nml feed it to
your stock.   Our
MONEY MAKING PEED
fllttl'IIS tor li'SS l*X]H*IIHI*   tllllll
when yon lmy nml foci] lo
yonr stock wlmt you know
isn't «oi«l. (lit lutat results
l.y ItBlllgottr fi'iil. It's worth
(loublo sonit) others nml .Iocs
not coat ii I'l'iittimr,'.
Cranbrook    Trading   Co.
McCreary&McCullough
PAINTERS
AND
•   DECORATORS
Office
Wcntworth Hotel
ASSAYliR
B. W. WIDDOWSON, ASSAYED
AND I'llKMIST.-fhargrs: Gold,
silver, copper and trail, tl each;
gold silver, SI 5U, silver-lead, 11.50,
gold-silver, with copper or lead,
12.5(1; zinc, 12; .llver-lead-rinc, 13.
Prices lor other metal, on application. P. O. Dm I'll, 1108, Nelson, B. C. it-tl
FIG PILLS
Cur*   Backache.    Bladder   and
Kidney Trouble
Snld witli ii pojIUra giMftint,?. At
nil dealers, -. CBD.ll per linx, oi Tlie
Klg Pill Cu„ St. Thomas, Ont.
Sold and trcotiimeiided hy Th.
I'lutditniih lliii,', and II.miK Co., 1,1,1.
Diuggl.l.
'■W.
i'l!" \
m
The most delightful, the most interesting, and the greatest success
of any opening ever held in Cranbrook—McCREERY BROS.'
Grand Fall Opening
Beautiful styles in Millinery. Suits and Costumes and great throngs
of delighted women — that's the story in a nutshell of the first days of
our beautiful style show.
The fact that all the women of Cranbrook who appreciate the truly
artistic in women's attire now look to this store as their authority is very
gratifying to us. The high
standard we have set in these
matters and our maintenance
of good value for your money
will be continued.
On Saturday and Monday a display of Children's
Millinery will be featured.
You  are  most welcome
to inspect our offerings in all
departments and see our imported
and copied models from New York,
Paris and London.
Suits and Coats
Our ran^o of Suits* Coats, Costumes, rite, wns
nover better, \\V Imve just
vvh.it you   w.-iiit   niid    nt
prices from '	
$10 to $75
Beautiful New Blouses
IH Silk. Mussnliiie. Linen, Dolninc, Etc. Many
new. iluinlv im.l ilia- et *,"■ , 4! 17 fJA
liuctivo stylo features «lll.*0 IO yi&.ov
New Shoes and Slippers
We have every style in Shoes Hint is worn, Our
new luce nml Imttoncil
nuiilels with tlie short   **> nn i     tf f* jft
vamp are vory pleasing  vt.vu 10 JpO.Dll
Opera Cloaks
Two  only, imported    from    Paris  fr-ic aa
Beautiful shades of Blue aud Rosi  ?-t).l'v
Silk Voile
Exquisite Patterns in Dol and *-!r:|-. nnd vi ry
dainty  shades   in  Sky.    n- ,
Pink and Champagne       031. |)U   \0.
Delaines and Challys
50c. per yd.
Imported    from   Europ
Many pattern's and de
si-^ns.    Tn all colors
McCREERY BROS.
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Stores
MrMMa"
Kootenay Telephone Lines, Limited
SUBSCRIBERS ADDED
TO2    MiPheo, Iv II  Heslilince
:uil    Carnally, C. I'  Residence
SUBSCRIBERS CANCELLED.
r.r,   Deane, P; -i Reslttenoe
t
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ROYAL BANK OF CANADA j
iL-.-r-ty'-rrir--.!   1886 -
HEAD OFFICE      -     MONTREAL, QUEBEC
Capital Paid Up $6, a c 0,000 Reserve $6,900,000
Total Assets, Over $95,000,000
II. S. HOLT, President     K. I.. PEASE, General Mini .■• 1
Acconntsof Firms, Corporttioritand IndWidaali loliclted,
utit-itf town liimneKt* recehrei erery stU'Dtlon.
BAVINGH DKPARTMKKT-Depotlti of *)IXQ ami  :; 1 ■ 1    ■
ami iuteret't allowt*-! at onrrent rate.   No forms
witli.l rawing.
A General Banking Bustness transacted.
Cranbrook Branch : D. I). McLAWS, Manager
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Study this Trade Mark
Remember it
It's your protection
Ownership of a Monarch
Malleable Range means no
waste heal. With ordinary
care it means no spoilt cooking. It also means no smutty
hands and soiled dresses from
stove blacking. Just rub off
the polished top and it is spick
and span as new.
This Tra.de Mark
on a. ro.ngc
means a perfect range
Ask us lo show you a
Monarch Malleable Range. Sec
its airtight construction — its
Duplex   or  two-draft   system
— its  beautiful  polished   top
— its many conveniences. It's
bound to please you as it's
THE PERFECT RANGE.
SEE OUR BIG WINDOW
PATMORE BROS. ^ *» gg THE   ORANBROOK   HERALD
ONTARIO.
Constituency.
Liberal,
t'lillscl'VllLivi'.
Blected.
Stormonit	
Tlmiulci Iluy ami H.lf. (Oct. 12!
Toronto N	
Toronto C	
Toronto S	
Toronto K	
Toronto W	
Victoria 	
Waterloo S	
Waterloo X	
VWIlai.il 	
Wellington s	
Wellington N	
IVentworth	
York N	
Sink ('	
York s	
•BV*-"—
..ll. I. (l"K" Hr. ,\. ll. Algulro	
...las. t'oiiini'c  I. .1. Carrlek 	
,.W. II. Silaw linn. Cloo. E. Knsti'i' Conservative	
,.A, Magiilio 13. Bristol Conservative	
..J. C. Ward A. i'. Macdctmell Conservative	
...I. Pearson I. Russell Conservative	
..Cl. Waldron  E. ll. Osier.	
.J. U. Ilegg Col. Sam Hughes	
..Dr. S. Moyer cieo. A. ('lain Conservative	
..Hon. W. I.. Kins IV. (i. Wclclie! Conservative	
..W. M. German Liberal 	
..Hugh (liitluic  Dr. A. Groves  Liberal 	
..A. M. Martin  Vi. A. Clarko Conservative	
...W. 0. Kealc.v  Gordon ('. Wilson  Conservative	
T. C. Robinotto 1. A, Armstrong Conservative	
..11. liewait, K.C Oapt. T. Wallace Conservative	
..L. V. Hcjd W. P. Maclean Conservative	
Argtmloull 	
Hanoi 	
Ilcaiice 	
Peauhamois 	
Ilellchasse 	
Ileilliier	
lldllilVCIltlll'C 	
Ilnniie 	
('humbly anil  Vcicheres 	
Ohamnlain 	
Chnrlovoix 	
Chateaugtiay 	
Chicoutlmi and Sageunay (Sen 2;'m
Compton 	
llnrchi'Stcl'   	
Druinmomi anil (laspc (Sept. 25) ..
Arthabaska 	
Ildoiielaga	
Huntingdon 	
Iiuijiics earlier	
.loliotte 	
Kalniiillaska 	
Lapralric anil Xapien-illo ..	
L'Assomption 	
Labello	
Lavnl 	
IjOViS 	
L'Islct 	
Lotbiaicrc 	
Maisonncuvc	
Maskinoage 	
Mogantic	
MisslsiHiol 	
Montcalm 	
Moatinagny 	
Montmorency 	
M..N II falsi. Mary's	
St. .lames 	
si   Lawrence	
SI   Antoine 	
SI. Ann's 	
QUEBEC.
 (i. II. Policy Conservative
 T. Mosslo (N)  Liberal 	
 Ur. t'l.iulier  Liberal 	
 I.(I.II. Borgcron	
.A. II. Tanner	
...I. E. Marcilo	
.Hon. ll. Bolanii 	
..!.. .1. rapincaii         	
.0. K. Talbot  I. (I. Lavallre	
,.A. Ecremeiit.  .1. A, Barretts  .'	
linn. c. Marcil  \. Sovlgnoy (N) Liberal  ,
.Hon. s, A. fisher  (!. II. Baker  Conservative .
 I. Itainville 	
 i'. E. Blondlu	
   It- Forgot 	
 tames Martin 	
 E. Bplllvar 	
 Fred Cromwell 	
 Conservative ,
 Conservative .
 Conservative .
 Liberal 	
Liberal
■ Liberal
,.V. Qoeflrioo 	
('. E. Vignoaii 	
—. —. (ialiepy 	
.1. B. Blown	
II. A. Scull 	
A. II. Hum      ^^^^^^^^^^^^
J.A.E. Hoy	
..A. Bioiiillaid  \. Gllbort (Sat)
• Hon. li. Leinieiix  W.&.E. Elynn	
L.A. Rivet  Louis Coilerre 	
• J. A. Robb Dr. |{. N. Walsh	
L- Boyer  ]■•. li. Monk (Nat) Conservative .
.1. A. Iluheaii  1.1'.(I. Gllllbalill	
E. Lapointe II. Acbin  Liberal 	
It. A. Lanctot I.E.E. Leonard  Liberal 	
•P. A. Seguin I. Mnrin  .__.	
■ I'. II. Major II. Achin  Conservative .
(I. Di'sauh.ieis  I. !■:, Leonard __„ _i_„..„.
II. Iloiiiassa Hun. L. Pclletlcr  Llmral 	
0. Carnonneau Ur. E. Paauct	
E. Kortier  T. Dilbe  Liberal 	
A. Verville (Lab)  I. Leclalce Liberal 	
II. Mayrand  \. Rellcnialre Conservative .
L, Pacauil  T. C. Oasgraln  Liberal 	
V.   W. Kay  Hr. Pickle	
II. A. Laliiiiime  I. E. Marion 	
('  Hoy  I. V. L'Esperanec  Conservative .
(I. Parent It. Porget	
ienlel ....
intiac ..
rirlnciil 	
Quebec Centre 	
Quebec East	
Quobcc West !	
Quebec County 	
Richelieu  .'	
Richmond and Wolle 	
Rimouski 	
Rouvlllo 	
St. Hyacinthe 	
st   Johns and Iberville- ...
Si. Mi ^^^
ShclTord 	
slii-rliimike 	
ftoulangcs 	
stuns lead 	
Ti'iiiiscniata	
Terrebonne 	
Two Mountains
Vamlrcilil 	
vVrighl 	
Yamaska 	
u,il Three Rivers .
M. Martin (Lili-Labor).
I,. A.  I.apiiinte 	
II. Bickerdlkc 	
•llr. M. Mersey	
I. ('. Walsh .'	
Dr. Turcobto 	
(I   P. Ilodsii.s 	
P. s. Oahlll	
■ M. S. Belislo 	
t. I.achaiice 	
sir Willrid Laurier 	
■ 1. B. Caouette 	
• I. P. Turcot!* 	
C Caiiilni 	
E. W. Tobin 	
• I. A. Ross 	
I.. .1. Gautlilcr 	
■ i. Pernors	
Hon. .1. Bureau 	
s. A. Hutting 	
■ P. Macrea 	
-Sir Willrid Laurier 	
■0. E. Lovell	
■ C A. Gaiivrcan 	
s. Pcsjardins 	
.I.A.I'. Ethicr 	
(I. Hover 	
• E. B. Devlin 	
(I. Oladu 	
■ .1. Masse (Lab-Con) 	
.0. Assitin (Xal) 	
(I. P. .lolinston	
• II. II. Ames 	
•Hon. C. Dobcrty 	
..P. I-!. Lamarehe 	
■ ■(!. II. Ilrabazon 	
■ A. Lachnnce (Nat) 	
—1.11.0. Gagnon	
■ •Win. Pcice 	
■ A. Maitincau	
■ A. P. Vanasse 	
■llr. Hays	
■ Hoiilay 	
■ llr. Dubrcuil 	
—E. Guiniottd (Xat) 	
■••.I. E. Lareaii 	
■ In. L. Xormand (Nat)
• ■.las. Davidson 	
■•('. B. White	
■-.I. A. l.nrtic	
■ 0. W, Paige 	
■Dr. I.. Leber (Nat) 	
-\V. B. Nantel 	
■ A. Fautcux 	
.lie Lery Macdonald 	
...|,. Consinenii 	
■■•A. A. Mondoux 	
•Liberal 	
• Liberal 	
• Liberal 	
•Conservative .
"Conservative .
■Liberal 	
■Liberal 	
■Liberal 	
•Liberal 	
•Liberal 	
•Liberal 	
•Liberal 	
•■ Liberal 	
•■Conservative .
■• Liberal 	
.-Liberal 	
■ Libera!	
-Conservative .
■Liberal 	
-Liberal 	
-Libera! 	
-Liberal 	
•Liberal 	
■ Conservative .
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND.
Prince County	
Queens (2 members) .
Kiln's
Annapolis	
''ape Breton South ....
Colchester 	
Dlgby 	
Inverness 	
Cumberland 	
I'ape Breton Nortii ....
Guyaboro 	
Halifax (2 members) .
...I. W. Richards Dr. p. c. Murphy
...\. II. Warhiirlon  \. A. McLean 	
I.. E. Prowse  II. Nicholson 	
...I. .1. Hughes A. L. Fraser	
NOVA   SCOTIA.
■Liberal
Hants 	
I'ictoil 	
Yarmouth	
Lunenburg 	
tntigonlsh 	
slicllM.iiriiM'neens .
Nines 	
Richmond 	
-S. W. Pickop	
..IV. F. Carroll	
• s  D. McLollan 	
• A. E. Wall	
-A. W. Ohisholm	
-II. .1. Logan 	
II. I). Mackenzie	
-.!. II. Sinclair 	
■ Hon- A. Maclean 	
Dr. Illaekadar 	
llr. .1. B. Black 	
■ E. M. Maialonald 	
II. H. Law 	
■ I. I). Spcrry 	
• Win. Chisholm 	
Hon. W. S. Fielding
-Sir F. W. Borden 	
• 0. VV. Kytc	
SI. .lohn City anil t'olintv ,
si. John City 	
I'ailetim 	
Charlotte  .....
Vicloria 	
Yolk   J"2 "'.
Queen's Sunbury 	
Klng's-Alberl 	
Westmorland	
Kent  "' "'
Northumberland 	
Rcstlgoucho	
Gloucester 	
...lames Lowe.ll 	
linn. W. Pugsley ...
F. II. Carvell 	
W. F. Todd 	
■ P. Midland 	
At B. Atherson	
Col. II.McI.ean 	
Dr. D. McAllister .
■ • 11. H. Enimerson ..
■I. T. Loger	
-W. S. Loggie 	
...Jnmea Reid 	
O. Turgcon 	
 '.A. L. Davidson 	
 ..I. W. Mnddin 	
 Colin Stanliclil 	
 C, Jameson	
 T. Gallant 	
 E. N. Rhodes	
 ■ •!. McCormick 	
 G. A. Rowlings 	
 II. L. Borden 	
 A. H. Crosby 	
 II. I). Tremainc	
 A. 0. Bell 	
 • K. E. Crosby 	
 Di. I). Stewart 	
 Dr. J. .1. Cameron .
 P. It. McCurdy 	
 A. P. Foster	
 I. A. Oilirs 	
NEW BRUNSWICK.
 III. J. W. Daniel ....
 II.  A. Powell 	
 II. F. Smith 	
 T. A. Ilartt 	
 M. I). Cormier 	
 O. S. Crocket 	
 L. II. Smith	
 (I. W. Fowler 	
 M. 0. Siddall'	
 F. J. Robldoux	
 Hon. I>. Morrison ...
 W. Montgomery 	
 T. M. Hums	
-Libera! 	
-Liberal	
■ ■Conservative .
...Conservative .
...Liberal	
...Liberal	
...Liberal 	
■ .Liberal	
-Liberal	
...Liberal 	
...Liberal	
-Liberal 	
—Conservative .
...Liberal	
•••Conservative .
— Conservative .
• Conservative ,
-Liberal 	
...Conservative .
...Liberal 	
.-Conservative .
...Liberal	
...Conservative .
... Liberal 	
MAGISTRATE
CURED OF
PILESI3
ia.        ■ '*a*  '•£_•*" *
ECZEMA?
On* of tha lateit prominent gentlemen to ipeak highly In Zom
Buk'a favour It Mr. C. E. Stanford
of Weiton, King'i Co., M.S. Mr.
Sanford ft a Justice of the Peace
for lho County, and a member of tbo
Board of School Commissioners.
He it ftlno Doiuwn of the Hiiptiit Church
in Iter wick.   Imleodit would IwdifllduU
Insure Your
Baby's Comfort
In lho house, on tho street—Anywhere
nnd It very tvliero — by using a Wagner
tjnick Folding Go-cart,
Wo liiiro a f nil*. (,,;■!, of thu Ni*wMoilcll
on liaml— Come lu and examine them.
Till! V .',:   n, [ i:; I'linlm-itllilCdlllliirl.tlilt'
Inr a I'.iby uf any aim nm) In any |iuBjliim
—Laruo I'll,.'. i!i In Sprint's under lite licit-■ Hi ,il Spring!,,
'rhcW-iiriinroin-'uiorclnsta
niil'.mi.'iiiciilly with ono move-
inent of lho linnilli' ami tha
Glial Is ao iilneed that it can't
tip backward.   Thu Wagm -
Wagner
Go Carts
QUItVT'OfoltfG
GO-CAW
Hit Iia-hiv.irii.     juu   o.ituei
,   Drake lioltU  tin* cart juil wheie yuu
Tht' Wagner Is H*e handsomest Carl
I inadu. limli un cracclnl lint's, bcanti-
ttllly linlsiii.ii In nickel and enamel, up*
tiholBtereo hi bct-l quality Luathurolte.
Price
to tind a niftn more widely kuowii nml
ighlv rciiiootoil.     If
opinion of 'Mm link.    Mo gays :—
mora bijjlily rcipootail.     If.-re in bin
1 never lined: utiythiiiK thut Rive ftx*
mich KHti-fi»it:'m HH /am link.     1   had   it
&itvb of Kozoma on iii** utiklo which hml
MO tnoro for over 2t) your*, gomot lutes
alw the discuMi would luc.k utiL uu mv
Hliouldem. I hud ftpjillctl var mu dint -
menti and tried nil uorln of ihliiKH to
obtain a cure, but fn vain. '/. m link, unlike evorylhlns elui 1 bad trhd, tiroved
Lltfhly riftll.ifuc'.ory nnd cured the ailment.
"I have alio tried S5am Buk for itciiluK
pilM, and It bna curod Ihem oii!n)i!e'e]y
alaOa I Ulcecumfnrt In liclfni.i: mj brollicr
mamandltthe pubMcatiui of my opinion
of Ilia henliiift value of 2am link will lead
othernuffer-*™Lo try it, 1 eli.mld bn did.
Kor tha relief of eiitlerlng caused by PllMoi
•Skin Dlaca es 1 kt.u.v of nothing tooqual
Zan-Buk."
Ztm-Buk cutti ulcers, ■IxtTestM, blo'>drr'i*;en
rlu-worm. feittHng or ruuiiiug Hore*, i ■ n I leg,
TirlcoM uWn, i»lt rheum, prairie lu-h. cut*,
bums, bruiiti. baby's son*s, eke. Pur*ly nerbf.1,
COrjbos,drugitlitsHiidali.ri'i.  Jtefuieliiiitatloni,
am-Bi\k
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AUDITORiUiyij
j SATURDAY, f
SEPT. 23rd
Beautiful Scenic Prcxluc-    T
lion ol -
I "Human
Hearts"
♦      With a Splendid Cast,      t
Including the A
Smallest Child Actress
in the World."
Ciri'iilcst Play before llie
Public.   Powerful nml
Impressive
$10.00
to
y Wtiiie!!
$25.00
GALE   CRIBS
■lllifilrffl
; PRICES : 50c, 75c, $1.00 \
Seat Snlo opens Wednesday,
Sept, 20tli, at the Beattle-
Mnrphy Co's Ston-
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Reciprocity:
4) If tin* l.itr tnplC. Inl   iln lint -^
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Cholera ami Dlarrlioea Reiudly is
prompt and effectual. It can al-
ways he .tepended upon and is pleasant to take. For sale by all dealers. 31-tl
Dr. Martel's Female Pills
EICHTHH YEARS TNE STANDARD
I'n'h. libeil and recommended for somen's ailments, a scientifically prepared remedy of proven worth. The
result from their use is quick and
permanent. For sale at all drug
stores. .1 tulleir,
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital
M.ie(NirV_*J»D  PRIVATE   NIIRSINU
'('••mis on Application,
MRS. A. SALMON,
Phono 2511 Matron.
P. O. Box 845   Armstrong Ave
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" CRANBROOK-FERNIE
FARMERS' INSTITUTE
President: T. h. Um.
Secretary: S, Macdonald
Tt>r Information regarding land.
anil   agriculture   apply   to the
Hecretary, Cranbrook, B. C.
Meeting—
Kvery aeeon,l Wednesday
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.    | CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OP   SOUTHERN  D1VI'
SION, EAST KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that Walter Pollen, cl London, • Eng., occupation
Agent, Intends to apply tor permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted 80
chains south and 160 chains east ol
the S.E. corner of Lot S970; thence
80 chains south; thence 80 chains
east; thence 80 chains north; ttance
80 chains west to the place ct commencement.
J. Blake.
Dated July 7th, 1011.   _        12-9t
DISTRICT OP   SOUTHERN DIVISION, EAST KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that John Pollen,
ot London, Eng., occupation Agent,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post plant**] at
the S.E. comer of Lot 9070; thence
80 chains south; thence 80 chains
east; thence 80 chains north; thence
80 chains west; to the place of commencement.
J. Blake.
Dated July ith, lill. «J-9t
F. M. HACPHKRSON
UNDERTAKER
Nurbury Ave., next to City Hall
lionea*88 Open Day and Nlghl
HOUSE BOAT
"ISABEL"
LAKE WINDERMERE
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put in commission uml is tied
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Oonvcnloiil fnr passniiaprc
coming either by boal or automobile
Motor bonis, ruiiois nr rigs
arranged for on board.
UPPER   COLUMBIA   TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
E. P. ARMSTRONG, Prtaldsnt
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Prices $8.50 to $18.00
Cranbrook Co-Operative Stores, Ltd.
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CRANBUOOK AND rKUNIh., 11. C.
Head Office:    Baker Street,      Cranbrook,   B.C.
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