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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
VOLUliE  li.
CBAKBBOOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   TIIl'ItSDAY,   MAIN II   hi    1904.
NUMB Ell   SO
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Head Office. Toronto.
Hon. Oku. A. COX, rreaiilc.it.                           B. K. Wium, Ou, Mai*.
Pal* U,,   Capital    StUN.****
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Talal KiMarcta Hav. Ji. II      U.tM.M N
Deposits Received,   lieneral Banking Business Transacted
SAVIN1IS HliNk DH>ABT*.BNt   D.M.II, tacalfH   latere. Alumni.
PKI1SRNT RATH OF INTRRI'ST 1111*1:1: I'l-H CBNT
IIANKINU HY MAIt.   |.i-|niHi,H nn.. In- ...ail.-and •* illiiliitwn In- mail.
..Ill iif tuWII lirriilltllH H'ri-i.i' i-vi-.y Ullt-.ltiiill.   ruilllinlllli'UliiHIH ilililn-i,H|,,l
tn lln- iiiiiii!i-(i*i- nl tin- ,-ri..ilniHil( unwell will rwaiva uiontpl iitl.-.llinu.
CRANBROOK BRANCH. F.  . MALPAS, Manager.
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IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA
Capital, Paid Up $2,983,896
Rest $2,636,312
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO, ONTARIO.
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Z T. R. Merrill, Pres.   D. R. Wilkie, Vict Pres. and Gen. Manager J
CRANBROOK BRANCH
THE LEAD QUESTION.
Tin* i ference between repre*
Bentative lent) mine ownera nntl
local stiirlt'-r turn that litis been in
progress the greater part of tin- week
has so far fail.il in result in any
definite action.
Whilbt thos.- concerned   in   tin*
roiifiTi'i hnve maintained a ilis
Mete alienee with regard to the
matters under consideration, it has
lieen mora or I<"»h nf an opeu
■eoral that th.- chief subject of do
bnte was the question nf lower
freight ami treatment rates fur the
product of tho silver-lead mines uf
the Hlocan and blast Kootenny,
Itiu alleged that tlie representative of une nf the chief Kiimpean
Bmelthig concerns lias ottered a
rate very considerably lower than
any rate heretofore obtainable from
J re ■<>L'iii,'''i| in) li.-iii- n very greal
moment tn entire Kootenny country
ami th.* ail.'ii.lanee if those ulm
are Indirectly iotcniUed in the
milling industry will
Nils, ii   News.
welfare of th.
U'  «,-l.,.,M.,|.
hin.nr. School Report,
The report of thi   ittendance
the public Mli.H.I iur iht-1 th
February  shows  tlu1  muniicr
pupils preseiil as 213  in.uie  up
luil l-oya an.l   |u'.»   [(iris.     This   is
an increase of II ovel   lln* ihiiiiIh
for January,   liy tin divisions tl
inures show as Follows;
Division
total 4K
I division
lota!;.;,
Division
total 52.
Division
the local siueltera,   The story goes J total 58
| SAVINGS  DEPARTMENT»iNNTK.
ALLOWI'D S
ON DEPOSITS *
j A general banking; busineas transacted. Drafts sold availa- J
* ble in every part ol Canada, United States and Europe. Special *
Z attention to collections. F. H. MARSH, Manager.     J
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Beale & Elwell
FOR SALE
T« CfifW^    5-room house with eel la r, stable and chicken house;
fi *P0UU    ,*W to C. 1>. R.
1.1200   ""room li""*"' tl"l two lota .in Hunmin j.v.-nii.-; j),)
i *f>*-uu  .-li-i-tri.i light nini other .-..nv.-ni.-nii**!,
I $450    Stonnll '-''tlii-,'.'. lnin.l.v to 0. P. R.
t 41*2000  HiiiiilBome resilience on llnk.-r hill with nil mod- ik
f .pz.UUU   orl| i||i*,r„vi.incuts. T '
flint thia Enropenn Ilrm is prejpnr
I to enter into n two yenr contract J
to take
.-ry large tonnage ol
dm ,    en. nnpri
TT $1300   'r""1" Ii'"i8.-nn.l two Iota on Hiik.-rhill; •Just.-r.-il. f
It FOR RErT*" *
li, $1Q   1-rooin house on Baiter hill. r
Ji Single riH.in to r.-nt to gontleiiinn, ff
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No man in the Cranbrook
district should be without
The Herald. It costs only
$2.00 a year.
Harvey, McCarter & Dunbar,
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Itatell Blink Craabrwk, B. C.
Hritii.li Columhia l.-iul ores at this
reduced rate,
Tin- mine operators, it id sai.l,
would gladly close with the offer
w.-rn it not for the fnct that in
exporting their or.-s they stand to
lose tin- bounty given l.y the
dominion government.
Her.- is presumably the renl crux
of the question, T. ti. Blnckstock
representing the St. Eugene mi
..l"i
The averng
ihown ns follows
Division I. SI
Division i. 44,u5,
Division ii. -12.20.
Divisiuii  I.   .J2.nn.
Hoys J. i.
Iliiys2li,
Boys 2(1,
Boys jit, (iii-ls. 27
daily Jilteiiiliiiii-i- ii
i.lii-,   KB
l.llli,   HI
(Iiris SI.
Why Smith Lefl lluiin-.
"Why Smith   Left   Ho " wns
played to onn uf the largest uud
most   ,*l|l|ll'ei-t.-|tive    llllilielH-i'S ever
seen ill t'f.-ililii-iiok.    Tin* piny is ;i
fnr ll.-dy of the highest oilier
.ml   eneh   purl   was   well   taken,
hns boon the spokesman for tho especially those of Smith, Count
lead iiilne owners in the conference \Qn Guggenheim, Julia nml
with Messrs. Campbell und AW-1 Janvli.n Duly. Smillfs troubles
ridge. His proposition so it la nn many, bnt I think llml hnd hu
snid.   is  that    the  mine owners  furnished   his   cook   wiih   Leitch
should ngi  to supply the locnl   Brothers'   flour   nml   I-
smelters with ii lisiil tonnage, snfli-   Mercnutile company ten
el.-lll til produce lend enough to Iill (|lnv,! |u„|    |,.Ss   tronlil,-
the Canadian ih-niiiud. lit the present treatment rutes. uud that ill
eonsideriitii.ii of ihis bargain tin-
locnl smelter managers bI.ouI.1 co.
operate with the mine owners in
un effort to seem from the dominion goveriiinent payment of the
bounty on ores exported for treatment.
Por the present tho conferences
have i-onie to au end.   There is I.
irl Steele
lie would
with   his
cook ludy."
Critic
c. i>. R. Exiettaloiu.
Montreal, M„.-,*l, 7. Tiled 1'. II.
todny decided tu build nearly -KH)
miles of trnek during the coming
summer in the Northwest Territories.   The I'liensnni Hill branch
will  I xteuded I'm*   -.'(HI   miles.
Branches, eneh i~) miles long will be
Im-u meeting in this i-ity next '"lilt from the Calgary & Edmonton
Wednesday evening, however, when line, one starting from Welasklwln
the whole matter will la- open to and the other from Lncambe, In
itbers thun those directly concern-11 addition the Areola branch will be
I in the
of    lead
-duction ami snieltin*.
-s.     Tin-   quesilon  it
extended to Lleglm
disla
MINING NEWS.
Dr,    W-   A-    Ilell'llAN    IWS    slie-
oeetled in saving ".'!.■'! per cenl ol
the values in tin- tiisl run al tin
.Mountain Lion plant, of Republic,
wiih his new process, Tin* doctor
elaiius that the coal  ol' treatment
will Hot exee.il $1.50 pel* toil,
Hy nu error in the i\ pe. an account of the work on the shaft at
Old Town, l'erry Creok,stated thnl
those in charge would not build a
Shaft, when il should have read
'shal'thouse." Thi* im-ii have done
ti lot of work on the pmperty .nnl
will continue further development
nB Boon as the conditions will permit.
C. M. Edwards will resume the
work nf prospecting the placer
ground on .Moyie river this week.
A car of machinery, consisting of
a steam hoist nud other apparatus,
is ou the way from the east ai <l
will In* here in a short lime, Aa
himit as the hoist is installed work
will In- pushed rapidly forward If
thu results prove satisfactory,
work will he inaugurated on an
hydraulic ditch, in duly or August.
II. A. Bright, of Blticb Kiver
Kallb, Wis., and general manager
ofthe l'erry Creek Hydraulic Alining company, made a Hying visit
to the works this week, starting on
his return to Wisconsin Monday.
He w-'isaivouipjininl by Mr* Bniley,
oftho Hiime town, who has large
interests in the property, As is
well known liy The Hernld readers,
the workings ul' this company is
one of the largest undertaking in
placer mining iu British Columbia,
The company have ground that has
beon thoroughly pl'OBpected, and
the past season was devoted to
building a Hume and otherwise
preparing to complete (ho equipment for the big w..i*U ahead,
Three miles of u Hume, four liy
live feet, whn completed last sea-
sou, U'sides erecting a saw mill
and doing au Immense amount of
preliminary work. As soon as the
conditions will permit, netive work
will lie resumed on the flume, mid
one of the features of construction
this Benson is the carrying of the
Hume across ti gulch by au inverted syphon, 1,500 feet in length.
As no wagon nuni could be built to
INCORPORATION.
this part of the work, l»*th mater
inl nnd men uill l»- conveyed n , 	
that particular pari of the inoun.     The committee appointed by th«
taiusido by an aerial tn.ni w-*^ board of tmile to viait Cnlgaiy for
Perry Ci k valley.   The ateel audi., , ■ . ,.
f i tin- purpose of luterviewlng Air.
....   j Dennis, land commissioner for the
",' l*. I'. It., regnrdiug the attitude ol
"'"'i.liat,
[machinery for the construction of
this pipe is expected any *h
pipe is 28 inches in diamet
will  In*   manufactured    on    the
ground,   The steel is purchased in
Pittsburg in  tlie  rough, nud two
lioiler makers will arrive in  time
to lake charge of the  work,  with
ihe  necessary   muehlnery,     Mr.
Trow,tho local superintendent, has
had men cutting   logs  all  winter |
.md   gettillH   them   into the  mill.
which has been moved  two miles
nearer the point of operations on
the tliiine.   As soon as  the snow
disappears that  portion  of Perry
Creek will be a busy  place.     Mr.
Bright will return about April 20th,
and stated to The Herald that  In
would rematU until tin1  plant   was
completed and iu active operation.
It will .*ost in all over $100,000,
A (iresI  Ad,
The      Port       Steel,-       M.-IVai.til.
ompnuy's editorial staff have as
sumed the responsibility   for  half
of the front  page of The  Herald
this week.    They have all illustrat
ed article that is as attractive as it
is interesting and  every  reader of
the paper eau peruse   it   with pro-
lit,   Tin* Piuk   Brothers are  has-
tiers and are out after the business.
They Miove in the best of goods,
iu the lowest prices consistent with
u-ood quality,   in   fair treatment, j
md last but not least in the use of Tueailnj   evening
i   lirst-eltiss advertising uicHtintii [rooms, nt t>.oO for
like Th,* Herald to tell the people
bout it.    At   the   very   least  cal-
ulation between -j.UOU aud ....KM
people in South Kast Kootenny
will read that ad tbis week, simply
because it is ill The Herald.
ip.inv on the question of
I incorporation in Cranbrook, decided to select one of the numUT fir
[the mission.   A-it was necessary
to have suit in- with the data  at
(his linger tips, .lames Hill wus
selected for thai purpose,
1 Mr. (Jill felt some delicacy in ac-
cepting the task, for personal and
other reasons, Imi the pressure
brought to liear was sn strong tlmt
at last In* was prevailed upon tu
consent. He left Friday, returning
Tuesilay, lb* saw Mr. iVnnis.and
thoroughly canvassed the situation
and returned with the impression
tlmt the eompam would offer uo
serious objections. Mr IV-unis
will comutuuicat ■ with the Board
of Trade regarding the position of
the company, and when that letter
is received a large meeting will bo
railed to thoroughly discuss the
situation, and determine upon tho
action to be taken. If thedeetsion
is iu favor of incorporation it will
lie necossurj to move rapidly so
that application ma) be made p^rior
to •Inin* I. that arrangements
limy be-completed hy tin* Hrst of
the y.ar.
Liberal Mceilnji-
There will be a   meeting of the
Cranhrook J.itVnilassociation next
at   the  Lilieral
the purpose of
electing   three   delegates   to   the
meeting   of  the  Interior  Liberal
association to be held at  Rossland
..ii the 2!lnl of this mouth.   There
will lie other important business to
transact, and a large attendance is
  ! requested.
Big Revenue Business. 	
The pnst two mouths has been To ** Customers,
busy ones nt the local customs | As my meat market business has
office, K. H, Small, the collector, been tnken over by the Calgary
reports a total collected in the in-j Cattle compnny, I am anxious to
land revenue department for flintf close my books. Those indebted
time of IS8.777.05- The imports [to me will kindly make payment
aggregated in value $ti,59fl, Of at once, as I will hnve to turn the
this $7:!.l was fret*, and on thelaccounts over to my attorney at
balance $l,ofKM)u wns collected in \ the close of this month.
way of duty. SI. Melon is,
W. G
L
R. SHIRTS
Are th* best in
Cjiuda.
We
carry a full line of them.
Every
one is
Guaranteed to
Give Perfect Satisfaction
They
are nude
to fit and
wear.
IIKII'S
ANU
Still CASKS
INVICTUS    SHOES
Made by Gto. A. Slater, at Montreal, surpasses anything in the
Do.ninion for style, finish, quality of material and wearing capacity.   We have every style and
Guarantee  Every  Pair
The prices are no higher than others ask for an inferior article
FORT STEELE MERCANTILE CO., Ltd.
SF OUR MOTTO:   THE BEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES sr
We have iust placed in stock the largest range of
English,
American and
Canadian Hats
ever brought into East Kootenay.  We have all the latest
blocks in all sizes and shades.
Our stock of
Ties, Collars, Cuffs,
Hosiery, Braces, Handkerchiefs,
Gloves, Underwear, Overalls,
Jumpers, Water-Proof Coats,
is complete. ** We have the finest line of SWEATERS
ever shown in the city—the others are simply oudassed.
Wc curry
-,'cry.
lllillt' I'M
ll'Sllll
ill Iill- lilli-I.l
Men's
furni-hinxs.
	 Illi:   tl! AM'.lillOU    III'IIAI.U
CRANBROOK  HERALD
Editor and Proprietor.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
Sleepy Vietorin is ju-i thinking
of puri-linsinp; n putwl vrnijoii for
its polim* ii.-|iiiiiiii.-n!. They
iniulit follow Constiible Munis'
plan nml us.-11 irlieelliurrow.
The  ii" of Truth, n wi-ekly
11,-ipi-i- in Vietorin is us follow
••Stningi-r, this pen Initli never
writ ii Huttery, nor siifm-il the pnge
ilml i*,-i;i*.i.*i-.il ii lit-."' The |ni|»-i-
is only two inontha ul.l, uml ulreinly
Ims lnul i»" i.roprii'tors. If the
iniiii.i'ii. Btri.-tlj ii.llii-r.nl I... il ..ill
Imvn    re   eliniiKi-a    In-fore   till
Vi-.-ll-is.ini.
Crni,In
.-.ll-.
,;j i-ii. ws*a»9i*««»iBis©s«ee«^
I OBSERVATIONS
% l-.Y Till: OLD MAN ,
^■M-BiBisfw-iMflewea-ssaasej*
Wluil is iln- mutter with the
Irish? I'-i 1-- the present time
there Ims been m> move to properly celebrate the nth of [relnnil.
This is the time of the yenr
when every resident of Crnnbrook
shmilil Buy to himself. "1 mu
renily to ilu my part to push I'nui-
liruuk nlit-ail."
Hev, l-'i-rli  in liis talk at   tho
Lnbor Cnlon BUloker last Sat un lav
night, sai.l tlllll In- was thankful
ilmi t'anaila iliil nol linve nny John
1). K.ii-ki-l'i-lli-rs. Cmuiihi hus them
• hi a   small   si-ali*. ami will   linve
more. This ilouiinion is a rich
field fur the monopoly promoter,
ami within flvo yenrs In- "ill be
oix-rnting hero in fnil force, usiiin
his money ami Ins bruins lu bum-
I'uu/.li* tin- [»H.pl.* ami Ilu- country
I'm- profit lu himself.
Sinn- lln- Dominion government
lias ivaslu-il ils li.inilsi.r the l-'lat-
1„,„| coal landa, in all probability
sainetliiiiH "ill u,. Iii'.-iiil before
long from iln- iirovinciul government as in ivluil action ii intends
lu take. The lleralil is anxious lu
Bee an authoritative statemeni su
Hint those win. Iiiim- staked claims
there in unml faith may know
wlial is ii. I*- liuii- I'al.-. There is
nut tin* slightesl doubl lull llml
there is sunn- scheming going nu.
ami llml Iini-.- an: smiu- peoplo
wlm hope In profit liy wiling the
inside truck Ihrougli political pulls.
The lands are considered very
valuable, ami tin- big oil strike in
Montana, insl across lln- International boundary lim* from llu-se
Inmls, has aroused greal iulerosl
in the validity of the staking done,
mnl tin • position to bo taken l.y the
government. The people waul, un
honest deal, ami they propose lu
have it. si-lii-nii-fs oi- no Bchemers,
and The Herald li - lu In- able
in its humble way to assist the
people In their demand. ll is
quiii- pnssilili- tlmt developments
iu tin- in-st 1'i-w weeks may resell
in some interesting news. It' sn
The Herald will be only to glad to
publish it. It is nol in favor nl
Inml grabbers or any deal llml
does imt give the whole public an
even ehaut-e.
'I'lu- Herald Ims sunn- improvements in view tlmt will greatly ill-
crease ils facilities fur publishing
a paper, as well as ^iviii*,* ils
patrons first-class printing.
Publicity is disliked by lln- man
who prefers darkness I'm- his acts.
Cranbrook lias a  population nl'
2,lH>il ami it is rapidly met *•■■->■-
Within   iw" -■'■   lln  years liim*
.nui number will In- doubled.
Tin- Herald don't carry dead ada.
Onr lianana   tr.
lim
an*  Iiiukin
ul    Vill
Wi-iii-i-s In I'iii Slumpajic.
•luliii Mini-ay ul' V.- onver, I'i
n-sl    ranger   I'm-   Ilu-   provinci
government, lias seized lugs, luuilier
and a logging camp outfit,  val I
at SHO.OOO, und lias tied up a saw-
mill at Sidney, I:. ('.. all I. cause
the American ownei-s ofthe sume
nre alleged to have evaded pay nl
of the gnvi-rnini-iil lux of nO cents
por thousand Int cut. Tin-unpaid
tax (luo thc government is estimated
al   $2000,       Tin-    l-nillisi-alnl   lugs
measure a million feel and the
lumber in the tnillyard aggregates
800,000 feel ami was ready fur
Hliipiui-iit I.. 1'iigel Bound. Tin-
company owning the logs, lumber
llllll    mill    i*.   rutllpilsi-ll    ul'     slni-k-
holders residing in Tneoina, Seattle
ami Hlain.
Railway Accidental
Engii I' Murphy handed The
Herald the accidenl bulletin issued
by lln- Interstate Commerce Coin-
mission nf ih.- I'niti-il States,
covering tin- months "f .Inly,
Augusi. ami September, It shows
that tin* number of persons killed
in train accidents during the
mouths nl'.Inly. Aligns!, and Sep.
ti-nibi-r. I!«.:! in liu* United States.
ns shown in reports mado by the
railroad companies to lhe Inter-
Btate Commerce Commission, under
tin- "accidenl law" ol' March JI,
I'M. was 280, and of injured 3,582-.
Accidents of other kinds, including
those sustained by employees while
at wurk. and by passengers in getting nn ur olf I hi* rars. etc., bring
lhe totnl number uf casualties up
In 15.187 (1,025 killed and 1*1,111
injured I.
Tin-    spring    [im-fa    um
Deeai-'s bears have crawled oui  ni'
Iheir Inili-s.
tttttt
Don't knuek, this summer, If
you see a neighbor working un a
si-lu-nu- lu make sunn- money, bnust
him alung. Vuur lime will come
i! you keep rustling. Don't knm-k
iu a buainess way; iliiu't knock in
a personal way. A pessimistic
knocker is nn abomination iu the
sight nf the Lord and man.
Keep smiling, t'liase away that
frown, shake hands and let your
blood circulate freely instead of
free-sing in your veins. Craubrook
is bound to grow lliis summer.
Lei lu-r grow. The district is
prosperous. Keep it sn. I know
men who can't sny a word of praise.
t'lii-y must hate themselves. They
yruw gri-eii in the face when they
see another prosperous. Such
men should live in the woods with
tin- cuyuBCB nml the coyotes. They
have nn business with ruBtling,
good naturcd, brondminded humanity. This is a glorinus country,
and tiiere is opportunity for all.
Muilil up. don't pull down. Any
man can break a cigar in pieces,
but there are comparatively few
who can construct one. Let us
all boost together,
am tt.
It is reported that W. T. Knake,
one of the pioneers uf Cranbronk.
died in Portland, Oregon, recently.
VV. T. Ivi.uke caine to Crnnbrook
before the town had really started.
He was a contractor and one of the
greatest hustlers in the weat. He
iiultt several buildings in town,
anil every one hail thc dipped homl
front. He used lo any il, waa his
trade mark. He buill the Com-
iiu-r.-i.il hotel, now the Manitoba,
and did it on hut air. He got so
far iu debt to Carlin * Durick, of
Fort Steelo, fur supplies, that it
Beared him. and he tried tn sell mil
In-fore flu- hotel was ready to open,
but. no one would buy, su he had
to open it himself. Construct inn
had juat reached thia part of the
Crow, and in the lirst ten days the
hotel was open. Knake paid all his
ili-lits and cleared enough to give
him the hotel free of ini-unilier-
ai •■•is.    It was a gold mine fur lhe
first, year, and   waa the sect I'
niui-li trouble, In fuel if was
known as flu- "Bnekul uf Blood."
K'aaki- had several partners, unt' nl
thom being "Big Hill" Reoser,
win. waa afti-rwanl ahut. in a anluiui
ut I'orl Hill. Kitukc used losuyof
Ki-i-aer. "Hill, is all right, but he
ia uot nu the aipiare. Hut I play
even. Kvery time he lakes a live
from the till 1 tnke ten." When he
and Williams, his uther partner,
suld out, tln*y had a gang of men
coming in lo keep (he liarti-ndi'i-s
busy, and the money that was
spent came from Kauke and Williams. It ia believed that Kauke
cleaned up between $15,000 -and
$:><1.(>00 during the time that ho
lived here, but he never seemed to
have any luck after leaving, and
his money was soon lost in Atlin
and West Kootenay. He had
muny good qualities, but when it
came lo making money, he would
stop at nothing.   And, as an  hot
0?**?,
\ O. P. TIS
"He was scant o' news that tauld
his graridjailhet" was httngit."
«But the man wfre a:*ks
ye to hae a nip o1 PETER
1 l.UVSON'?' ViuF bnlf Tells
re news o' ;i guid thing,
1 nt fills youi: soul wi honest
cheer.
There's naive equal tae it."
Of ;,11 the "G'ood
rpirita" that Scotland sends to Canada, Peter Dawson's
is ihe best.
ISDALE,
'roprtetar of Uie
Cranbrook
? McVittie & Uidlaw,
|
Candy Kitchen j
j t       Carrfeaa i-ilataatochof
j L Candies, Fruits, j\uis, .
i j Biscuits, Pipes and •
! ',  TobaCCOS. (live ill a call |!
JAMBS QREER
The Co..trail.ir
Win. tk-ts i. nnl i in Is
Mining Engineers
antl Surveyors,
CRANBOOK, B.C.
THOS. T. McVITTIE, IU..S.
.1. T. UIM.AW, Al. I!.
II' Mill  W.'llll    lt>   I'lliM    |,(  Mir  kllutt.      I      I ll r       mir      l(»
'„,„i„il io„ John W. Wolf
I »ill I-   pleasi-il I..  I
esl hull lea ami   llin)   li.Tp you mil
ii illi si illli- iili-.is lis In plans.
THR
STRATHC0NA
Cfe-Jft '     ri
'Extra special" Old Scotch Whisky
DOIVIN, WILSON & CO.,      .      ■      C20 St. Paul St., Montreal.
Sole Agents for Canada
~"T7r"rl"- '■■»- MB—I——i^Wi
TO BE HAD FROM MeDERMOT & B0WNESS
Formerly Hotel Mhuir
NELSON,  B. C.
II. TOnPKINS, Manager
I'his hutul  is one of. the best  iu
Hrillsh   t'uliiinliia   anil   up-tn-date
in every  respect,    .Well  ligl
sample rooms,, ,   .
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   All kinds
of rcpniring.   Hive mc it call.
East Kootenay
Bottling Co.
"'Aerated Water?
fliiiiii- Missionary Mccthi1-.
Rev. Fortune was at Vancouver
lusi week attending tin* yearly
meeting of tlie Synod's Home Mission committee.   Tin-  members ul'
th i iit.-.- arr  Ilm. McQueen.
of Edmonton; liVv. MeKillop, uf
Kamloopsi (I. A. Wilson, of Vancouver; .Mr. Clay, ul' Victoria, and
Rev. l-'iii-tiiiii-nl' Cranbrook, Drs.
llenlmannml Mcljiiren nru i-.i-i-ni-
cio meinbers.   Mr. Fortune i-eports
that grants iu aiil nl' I  mission
wurk within tin* bounds uf tho
Synod fur tin- pusl six mouths were
passi-il li. tin- I'xti'iit nl' SliTSIi.
Tin- committee arr askina I'm* *?:i."i.-
(125 I'm- nesl year.
Church extension   has I sn
rapid tha! I-Muituitun and Calgary
Presbyteries an- tu be divided and
will constitute foul, viz.: Fduion-
tun. Iini Deer, Calgary ami Macleod.' In southern Alberta alone
ten new Iields will be opened this
summer, mostly iu charge of students, Ordained nun are asked
I'm- .Michel. Morrissey and Moyie,
which will, it is hulled, pul nn end
U. tin- lung periods withoul supply.
'I'lu- reports from tin- various Presbyteries were nl" a must encouraging nature.
j. H. THOflPSON.
Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary Public.
Solicitor for Ilie Imperial flank of Canada
The Colonial Investment and Loan Company.
Crnnbrook, IJ. C.
D. J. JOHNSON
CARPENTER
AND
s      BUILDER
jobbing Attended to
OFFICE AND SHOP
OLD HERALD BUILDING
T'tnfcer Notice
Toko lioliic llml lliirty ilnyt. nfler .Iuh'
I mh'iiil in nii|il,v t.. tli,< .-lii.'f coiiimlBsloiior
fiMamlH nml works iti Vict nt in foraafnci/il
limine 1.. .nl nml nirry mvnj timber dif Ihtf
billowing iIpbitIM IuiiiIh in South Kuil
Kniili'tiii.v:
Cmritnciiciiiit nt a point 10 cIioIiib south
nml tn chuitin I'.iht ut Uiu 4 mllo |io«l of
Dlock I-V.iI in HoiiiIi Ennt Kootmtny, tl e
I'llsl   Ml   ulinlllR,   llli-ll.-P     fnil   Ml   C Illl 111H,
tllGOCO    IVCKl     Ml    1-ll.llltK,     llll'll   0    HOUljl    Ml
uii ulnu in ihc phi uo of IjpginiiJng, containing
040 nc wt.moroorloM, .Iiir. firmer.
1 ulml I'Vln-iii.iT 13, llilll. -lli
Timber Notice
Tukonotice that ttiiii.v <lny>, ift-r iluto 1
intciiil it> ii|i[ity tn tliD clilof '- iramiMnloi(ep of
.     .     . , 1 1" "»'l ivorke ni  Viil,.tin foi' n Hii.'.*inl
.ur firtist. In1 li;nl im  U | mil   in   the   Hcoimo to wit uml curry uwuy tlinbrn* ott tlm
COUtltry, | following ilinclhi.il   lunila   In
i\ thk sm.\i.i. incurs i' inr of.i  r.
AltMSTltONU    1UH.UKX    AT    (HAN
UllOOK.
[ Uvl It V.m.Hit.ii-i.i I'mnbrook
ll.C. Iiiiiii kiopcr I'l.iiiiiiif,
ll.-i-.vi.-ii uml
.1 riiurbomml, f.irmi'ilv <<f Mio
j   Blllllf |llll  O. tl.l.'ll.l.nil.
ToJ.Churhoi  Hiotlcfeinluiii:-
Tiiko notico ih'it I he abovo imniPtl (ilnfutlff
Iiiih coitimoiicod ilclloil iiunini-i y" l»j nil
fii'ilimi ynuniiuuiiB lot |33.2» for boilitl mul
Imlgliig fnriiii-li'il in ymi nt the plnintlff'K
hotel at (Vnnbro.ik, It. C. nml tnke notico
ihut by un iit-der iluteil the anth ilnv.it
I'.-lniiiiiy, luni, die nboro niimed moglB*
truteguve Hbertj to Berio ymi. ihc above
niiliiiil ili-f.'iiilaiit liy [mill siting notice ot
biUiI onlorin four couBecutivo Ibbuch ul the
Crnubrook Hn-nhl, ptibllaliod m Crnnbrook,
It. 1'. iiml ihut tbo time within ttbch ymi
mny outer ii dispute unto to Hnitt clulni ho
within fonrtwn dnyo from tldte nf »ervl »
uturt'Miiil.
Ami tnkofurtlter notico ihut. iiiiIpbh ymi
'■liter eni'li dlB|iuto imi.' iicoortlliigly jmtg-
iiinit uill ho oiiiori'ij nguiiiBi vmi. in your
■.1,-i'il-e.
Dated ni rmu' ronk. It r ii.ia .*..'i ■' •> -o
March  ii""*
W. I', tilFUD.
-mi Solicitor fort ePIuintltt.
Timber Notiee
.\uitro io hereby glvenlhut t Irtyilnyauftci*
.liilc, I iiiloml to upply to tbo Chief t'otn*
inir-simi nf l.umln ami Works fnr n Bpceiul
Hcenru lo tint aid carry nwny timber (nun
tho followingdp-jrrlbod luml*'.
('omineiieeiiignt pn.t plantoil nl tlio Norlh
IJnsti cornor of lot 2l)«fl, tlmiiceouo-liiill mllo
W.'Ht, thonce one-hull mile North, 11	
Im f mil.- GhhI, tlioiioeone-lnlf ml »South in
place ol co ineiicpwont.
.1. (Irnliiiiii. I,iiiiiin'.
Crunlirook It. i'. IVb. 1st, 11)0-1 40
Timber Notice
Tako noliro that thirty flnys nftfenlatol
Inleiiil tonpplyf-otberfilil coinmlsB'nner ol
ltiu.lt. nn.l works ni Victoria torn -| inl
HceiiBu in tu i mnl carry imay timber <>ff thu
hill.living doBorllieil lnmla in Smith I'uhI
Knut-nii.i:
I'miiiiiomiiiK nt U point 3oo . liuins n nub
nn.l lOcliuliiseuBl atthosoniliousl cotnerof
I'-I,,,-, iiiii iii Sniiili I'luel Kootonny,
ihei'co   bou Ui    >*"    cliuim   tin iico    i*u-.t
sn chiitis, tln-t  north mi nlialns, Hi.-iit.*
west mi .-Imi h m lb.' plnroof licgliolllltf, nin
milling ii Hi iH'ic-s tuoio or li ss.
.1. M.S,,ll,r.
Dutod February 12, 1001, III
....TICKETS....
TO Al.l-  POINTS
EAST and WEST
VI \
Great
Northern
Railway
SHORT LINE
-   Til
St. Paul, Diiliith, Minneapolis, Cliicaj-ii
AMI   ,1.1.    I'lll.NTS   KA.4T
Seattle,   facoma,   Victoria,   Porllan.1,
AND  ALL  I'.U'IFIC CIIAST I'lllST.-i
Tliriiii-.il Palace and Toarfsl Sleeper*.
Dining and Duffel Smoking Library Cars
2 OVERLAND TRAINS DAILY _
For rntua, folilera nnil full iiifin-aiiiiii
Baled Hay lor Sale.
Qoo.1 iij.liin.1 hay.   Apply l.
Walter Wliitlioy,
I'.i si Lothliriilgu, .ilia.    I   i'i"".i riiiii.i.i.i ■.-.. nun
h',ml,..I4IV
IJiiiiiiiii-iii-iii*. nl n Hlnki-liliuit il Ilia iiii
Nimlli nl ll ii Id'iihI  I'liriii'.iiF l.ut a.'ll. „,
Smuli Kiwi  k„„i„iii,.v. il    soiilli  in I rejgnnllng t.-l|.a, cull on or ndilroaa
I'lutiiiH. Ilii'iu imt, Iiiii elial.iH, tliHiii*. ill I 	
-illi-liiiiiiii.  tlii'iii,,  4.,'sl   Ilia  i'liiiilm  lull,
i 'Iwii. ' 'I'  H   l«i'»li
il. VKIIICES, II. BHANDT
ii  «   I', ... IJ. I*. * T. A.
Si-nllIn, Till «', llivi-1-.iili- An-.
Waal,, Si.,ikai.L-. tVuall.
tiiiil I-
it. I>. Mill
.V   I
I.0.I1.P.     Key Cily LnJie
. N.i. ij. Mi-elseverj Mull*
Hull)'nil llml.
W. Ii Mi-'Pin-lii
-jj. .m         trnnhrnek Lodge, Nn. 31
f% ''* ?            A. P. & A. M.
rfi
H*.V_    ll-j:iibr inoptiim* nn the
\Yy ,   V       "!i"'   Th"IMla>   "f ""'
irf^1 >V            liO'lilh.
Visiting
*
CRANBROOK   IIR4NCII   01'
Tin; a. i„ i'. mm-
M.-l.-' .i.i.l    Siillinlii)
i.Lln   in    I    ti   ii    I'     Ii4.ll
Visliiii*,- Brethren -.iirdinll. Invlled in ain-nd
Ouiwi i.s ) I.mn.ij \u. :!J!
KNIGHTS of  PYTHIAS
Cranbrook) II, C.
Dealt anil mnl -inr Tiii*BS*«n St|irtte3n
LEROY SAGE
""l-UJ-vJ,--**-
MUSICAL   iNSTRtJIVlEN'rS "
McatinK antl CookiiiK Stoves
Boots, Shoes and Cloiliinti
GUNS AND AMMlNlflON
Vmi nin buy nl my pliiio ;is
L'honply ;is ymi run in Mpntri'til,
Si^£&&,
Synopsis ef Regulations for disposal or Minerals on Dominion Lands In Manitoba,
Hi: Northwest Territories and (be Vukon
Territur>.
nnl lumls mil) i e imrclmrii ni HO i et
ill ni iiinni s.'ii f.,r H'.tlini.-ili-. N-l
i a ticreseniibearq.ilreil by, fm  n
slitill he collect
Of nil kinds.
Syrups, Champagnes, Ciders
Ginger Ales, E(c.
Soda water in  siphons.   The mosl
Economical -wy to handle it.
DRS. K1INQ & GREEN.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office nl -'eslilcnce, Armslrun], Ave.
OFFICE HOURS:
* f-orenonns,   ....   *);jo ,„ ||
AfliTiimnis   ....   1:3(1(1,3:30
Evenlnit,   ....    ;.3(| („ H:J0
CRANHROOK,    :   :   :    :       :    P.. c
Vroom & Dezall    1
Ii|lllt,
nl i
in'ii
A In
i.,., I.
1 rl -  "I  '  IKIl.™      J.I-MI- -JIM  I
, sl,.,>kp„in|i,io.*s linliliiij: Ijt** nil
es um-, obttiin entry torn mi till s li eh
in'uer'4 eertltlento is i*raiitpil for nne
iiMis not exeeodlna live, iiihiii |i*iymeiit
ce til *-;.'>ii |it*f Jitimni t-i no In -ItltliiiiL
i-iiii *nii|ier itiiniiiii furii cnmimiiy,
. I' hull.
.1. .\. An
T. -H-tiKKs.
illylnvltod i
JiM.DERR,
HOOT AM) SHOE MAKER.
Repairing Promptly Done. ■
Footwear lo Measure a Specially
'« hen passing our studio come in
and see the new  —- - —
CARBON TRANSP/VREMIES
Prest Photo Co. Studio
i   ,i |..i.l b> Mi-in iiIiiki I'.I,fin  II.-i
wii-n "vi, ii .-I ecu i-\|- nftett nr um
■Vi'.'.'-.-'rli- IM
.'PJI.-lllN^fM
hen ii .*u i-i ihB.Miiilsirr
-.ill' i lHlll-l-„iit;illiliii;ll,ili;ii
mill,- \itict-n Terrllury,o( i
ih.' [ia en, f.r a iniiin i-lw^Mitu-.hiill iirnvUlu
r»rTl»p iMi\m.'iit i.f r.i.f.ltvnff||(. r:t|p ..fi". [er
.-ni. nil-1 ii.iiui-i urn, ■ itK-inii.n. mm
iii-.-i ai.num.   m.imm, i,,(;,„,nn- n. wrr.
lu- \ tjkuu 'i'p.iUiiij.-11,-i.jcr iim.in j
i.-r;illi
iei .'-I.ii
ul-/.
n frt
t..i)ii..rl..>.
twei'ii hiitlinmi low ivntPi
i-lnilps Imi itiiictnes, hut
iui-.-i.i ,i,v |,ui„|- Lank, l>
it-H.   v» lAu'-i i mu turn >t
r—i whiBiimj tip iitnei
ilKina in tin
. u.
11^   lh
U [In* i
(if  I
UNDERTAKING iSrs
EMBALMING
*1V-tp'"-'-p«ti*4lHtiTTt*-Tr-ftn'flK- lir -tini'mtlfiii
ulii.In .mr m n-.ni from iIn* .liitp nf Hi- li'iis.' fur
eni'li live ii ll-*. l.ut .vIipip ;i [i-ih„ii ,.r i p;ui\
.ilili L--J..J-'--. U.i,ii:L..ull.UIU    ItliM   uiu-   ilHil:-,-
f»r-mli If? een mi"** or miction h siilllob nt
liinii.i.-*,iu i-t'i ..iiiiuiii im. L-iiu-ii mui> td tiv.'i'
i.-iiM-.i.   i:.,>, lyj.i itioni iinn iiii.I n imli
her —nl .'■> l-.'icl on Hu (iul|*iil uftor ll oscwtls
itrt-ilit'nit In tbo ViiHon Territory. Sh letisei
ul liv- nulls pik'Ii imtv Im :.-i'iiii'<tt i<. n rr-.*
in o-r I.- il i-riii ut IWeiitj  yiw*. iiliy rpiii'iV-
iiti'-. :   t
Tbo lessee's rl^lll Is eontlnfiljn Hip miiniiPiif
eil Ueil ur Imi*. Is UioJh / ln*luw low iv.iiei
IlllUh, llml liuiiii.iiir> 10 li- Quiil liy i>» ii.isHI.iii
.mill- M ilm »\ Aiij-iiM iiilfie j.'iiinr |[ip il.ti-
of tlie louse,
Ti- i.-.p- shall UU "in* droilKQ In onornllon
wlililn \\\u tears n. n- dut- nt tin- i-ji-. unu
llpimil, ll i'|«'i tnllo i-i iii-i
inltu fur Daoii siibM mi),mi
Blacksmiths
Horse Shoeing
iSTi^uSlTeal1 il! I Carriage Repairing and
.,,<•,,..xiiliiiJKi.,,., |    (it,MCra| j„bbing.... I
* Oalll-le Orders I'rompll. *
* AllenJed Id. !
®9 ........ ,,,,.,..** ..... 9 ,@
Cranbrook Cmw
and transfer Co.
-  - »Wi% * Fltii-crrld, Props. B ",
Agents for Gait Coal.     ]
General freighting for thlis
part of the district.    ]
Piano and furniture moving a jsjjeeialty. •
Calls answered .promptly
Phoite 631 I
,7 ~;     * .;' """— ~"~ tj * *
Drijik Home Be<jt
It is Pure -;
It is Healthy .!
It Is the Rest        ,
Rt. Steele Brewing Ce.
-ml*. iM.'k lo 1 ni-
mt -M-i-.llIU   I.UIKI
■ llflOtlJ ,-litiiii-,   >,»■
lessee's rfglil rtconllnwllo 11
1 or bus ,.t iln- rlvi-r bolow
, tuulsiiltjjcl I0H1- iij-ht-. ni nil (iprsuiis
A Large Slock in Caskets .ind
Robes.   ..4   ,*
Phone night and day 77
MACCONNELL FURNITURE
"~co'y;
CRANBROOK, 11. C.
Singer
Machine
AGIiNTS
■u,-i'i ftlimnu
■I in imiBiJi
iniii.'iii''"
lh . ii.i! In
Ilir- ),u.«.||Tf| rv       Cl.-I-I,,
'UH'IIM-Sl, Ul    ^-l-.'ll*^,
ii-iufil -ft ij"' Iiiim- Uiu- »t
'III.
etitliimf m 0 i-i in iiimn. uii,nr in- p..11.
ffi.r whVh^'in'm^iir :'i,J;!ii,i.!!,"rb!!,.1|!!,,i, Vl'.'.*
Mlyrtlio u ui ii-iini-i-my.  ■
I ntiv It'i'Mii.   lii>y.l|> ill iii-.iiii.-iii tun mnl
nn- i.iilriPi.-.iit. uiilu* \iil fm.- n.iiil iiiiii
nil Irniii tin- Vil-.nn li'iiilmy in in-[inlil i.i in-
...niill.ill.-i'.
lulli-i', iiiiij wm U llii'ii -tain11 in |iiii'tin>rslii|i l.y
tlilti;: tv ami   |..mu;'. ft-.- ut S-.    A rdiim
Dill) li- Iiiin.I hi ,|, nml iiiinlliPI' uiilil.lii-il iill tllO
miiiip nt', k, -.-uli-li. i- r.v.-r, ny (jlvlllg notice ati-l
[HiSlujt.uVee. . f
W mli in.im he il'iin'im ii eliilui i-iit'li R'Piif I,i
tin- l.ilu- i.f ,.l Iim-I -nu. r
A — Illl-ll-I K.I IV.il'll lilts 1.1'Pll lllllll' IIIIIHl lli"
..I. iiiii-.I.Mili \mr;ir nut, Hip -Iiuui duill lip
il--in-,tli. li-.iii iiiimi;-.i,nml ii)ipii loocijni-iillon
Tlixlioiuul.n.'
nlul-ly liy lillVll
utu*--. in Hi- \-i
.ul-iiiitl ini|ilisliliin
ironiluloii' Dqmlnloii
Arncrtd &'Robefts iiSiil...
Monthly Payments.
I.Jilul- li .VII
iiiiiI wtllnti'llii* Viilii-n T
|>ro|,-llii-   Ioi   ,4,-liol-uin.    lllllf  till!  ijllllltPI'
muy ri'SPi'v.it in. •.ui'luitij^iiiiuilii* eoiuininy luiv-
ltij:'iii;ii:liifii-i'yiiii [lip-lniul 10 tie |)ru*S|.e,ii'tl, mi
iiiv.i niiiin ufii's. Biimil.i thu iirostieelor ills
ci'V.-i* ii.i Iii ],.i\liii.' i|.i-iiillli.-s, iiml sinjs.'Aptui'llv
psiiiliii h sii-li illm-mi'iy. mi hum not -sfc—illi.t;
i.-lii iipi'-s. h.-imili,K tli- nil wp I mnl kii-Ii olh-r
Iiii.I a-, wiiiy-lii. .Ivli.i-uiit-iwl. wiH-ht* setir 1<> tli
nny ii- BJie'eineil liy
CANADIAN
Pacific
LOWEST RATES • BEST UMI:
EAST
TORONTO,   HONlKtAL. NliW  VIIRli,
ANU All. I'lilM'.** |\  i: \s riJI.N*
t'ANAIH   \NH I NIITIl STATUS
WEST
4 1
Seattle, Tik'iiiiui, Victoria, IWilaiil,
Nfj/ Westminster. Vancouver. :;
AMI HI.I. I'AC'IKIC COAST I'lHN-fs
Xlvoatl. itinera, Palace.,m.i I'liiirlm Sleeper,
ilAMIIK  A.  SMAI.-I',
li. | ul, nl tin- Mi.il-.li-i ul .lie Inti-iliii.
\'m Sun I'm*. Route ■-,
' Sti I'lillUJIiii-iij-iiSt. I.onla
* S. S. Service lr..m .Vancouver
Auiaka, llmvnl, Cliliiii, Ausliiilin, i
:''■'"'     -Inpn,,.* f
Tlii-on-rli l-onkity-a tn I-lii-ilninl nml ilie
Cni.tlii-Ail vjn all Ailuuiii, s. s. lines, I
v/r Tilln- tlllilos, llilli-n, Ti.Oii-1*., ail
full iiif.n fniaimi njnijv  In Im-iil n-tcnlfl
-     0B0.JllLLIBB.Jal. CrantoaJ^.. _
II. I'. A A.II.P.A.
Nelunn, Vuumuu-r- THK   CBAHBROOK   HERALD
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|f     Special Announcement
To Ihr Ladies of Crnnbrook, I). C:
We bpa to 11.1.1.1.1.1.'.' tin- arrival nf Miss A. Betchen,
4*
**
4*
4*
|#
i*
4*
Ot «
t* ot Region, K. W\ T». who lias .'issiiii.nl tin- direction of onr «,»
dressmaking department.   Miss Betchen, whom we can re- jt
commend its a firstclass designer of La.li.-s' Dresses. Butts. **
etc.. will lh- ready to receive work on and after Thursday, **
,-i March lu. HUH.   With this aiinonncement we would direct J-J
i* vmir siH-i-iiil attention to our **
BS  .> I .*
i*
t*
t*
\'uili-s.  l-'.iilii-iiiu-s.  Mtlui.il.tii's. Scotch  Stlitllius, etc. «»
**
*»
i»
«*
TelirirT,'Mill JJ
•»*♦
*»
«*
«»
\t N"l»
* >
Spring Slock til Dress (imids
S.     I'ltlllllilllll'H
Trimmings
8* I'lain*. t'liii.vjinil \V,,*»I Fibre I
i
«> 1.minus
M
WW
I'.-rsia
11,liim, \|,|,lii|,i.-
li.i.l.-s In i.ii-ilrl. nl-.iv.- ulii nml Iin
REID   &   COMPANY
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Fruits Out of Season       |
Mttlom ingenuity lias made il possible for us tn enjoy tho
inexpensive luxury of hovinu fruits all the year round. All
Mml-s EVAPORATED   CLEAN, WHOLESOME   Asde-
liriniis as tin- l'tvnli fruit.     A look at uur witn Inw will tempt
yon tn buy,
Apricots, Peaches, Pears,
i Plums, Prunes, etc., etc.
| G. T. ROGERS
5      Fancy and Staple Qroceries and Crockery
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Cranbrook, B. C.
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We're Not Ashamed
< M* any statements we make in our nils., fur We an- prepared
to Inii'k everyone of thi'in hy actual facta. Wlieu yuu buy an
artiele from Wilson you can rent assure. 1 it's all right. Vou
need not tnke our wonl fur it.   Ask others nbotil na.
WILSON. THE JEWELER
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The New Managers.
Drop in and see us any lime.    We are on deck 25 hours
out of the 24
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I  ...Manitoba Hotel...  f
X ll'inli-r N.-w Mniingement)
I D. A. McDONALD, Nanager
I This Hotel is in the center of town.   The rooms are
X comfortable and well furnished, the dining room is first-
j class, and thc bar is supplied with the best.   When you
| want a good place to stop come to the Manitoba.
| WE OIVE VOU VOUR MONEY'S WORTH *
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A Large Consignment ot
IRON BEDS
BRASS BEDS
SPRINGS and
MATTRESSES
.lust Received. We have them
in all sizes and styles and enameled in Ihe latest colors.
THK HACCONNELL
FURNITURE   CO.
Phone No. 77
Cranbrook Collage Hospital,
I'lirii.-r A. iiii-l iiiiiu ii\ nn nt- iiii'l l.i'Hi** Si
l-'nr full purllculara ain-l*. i"
rtiss Ma.,.., - Matron,
(Irailiiule nl si. l.nlii-v lloapltal, Van
ll.IIV.-l, II. 0.
H perfect Utmepiece 1
m.
Wl-Wlllll  lln* pntrollllgc ..I  the "particular Jf
-4  innn'' .vim tin.ua liin watch l.y il„- si nl J&
-.     liaml.    < »ur n-i-ttir work will please  If
'■    11.* will I,,- interested in onr stuck of jf
■fti-jb cSracic Aof-emetita C
IU. Jf. Catc, tbe Jeweler |
Official uaat-Jh InapectOI 3. p. K.. StOWS W-JSt IDiiiiswii     K
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BRFORE MOVING
rsomeliuea,    This week regular J,".-* Whisks
for lot-; '-' for 25c.   I inly six Jozt-n left at
BEATTIE'S
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LOCAL NOTES
Picked  Up About tit Cily  by Aaklnf
QiMatioaa ol Muy Peopla.
5       GIVE  US A MINUTE       1
want yun to llnnl,  Jf
Tiial'sall «-,. W\
ll will.ml. lak.  a lull.ill,- In think,      U
ali.iiL- thi- line     N--\i Monday m will
with n I'ri-sli line ol fruit, L'onfeolii ry.Tol
will '„-. p ih, Ih-bI kooiIs, and tho prices will i
in nml ni-I- lln slm k. s.-i- ns ami unt the prii-i-H.
want.   Vmi uill iln iln* rest, fi-1
DAWSON & WEBB        1
At ili.si.-iii.l r.iniin-K -occupied I.v Mrs. II. .1. Lncey %.'
:;:]  You Need a New Suit
If Ihnl isthecaae, ymi should Itc can-ful in the
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K. .1. O'Rlelly wonl t" Nils in
Tuesday Eor n liriuf visit,
Two stores for snle on Annslrmi-j
Avonno,      if       II. A. Lncey,
.1. A. McDonald, of Murysville,
11. Hertz, of Elko, wns iu town'was ii Crnnbrook visitor Monday
Monday,
Clean up your yards ua a.*.... us
-possible.
•I. .IuIiiihiiii i.f Moyie was iu town
Monday.
M.  M.-Innis  left  Tuesday tor
Calgary.
(ii.uri,'i. tlolding, ul' Wardner, wua
a Crnnbrook visitor laat Wednesday,
Mr. nml Mrs. l.nsliy. of Sirdar.
visited Crnnbrook friends Inst
Vriiliiy,
Jack M..llli*nii ivtiiriii'il Tiu-siliiy
John Bromner has gone to Cole. fru,M  ""  extundixl trip in  West
nuni to locate.
All tin- fruits in the market on
linuil.   I'. McConnell.
Mrs, and Miss (iull.ruitli were
Cranbrook visitors Tuesilay
Messrs. Brown and Kynu .if
Wardner, were in tuwn Tuesdny.
-lust .iiA-iu-il ,-i fresh lot uf candy,
Best in the market, P. McConnell,
.1. A. Hnrvey lins moved his
family frum Furl Steele to t'ran-
l.ri ink.
General Superintendent .Tuiuie-
sun uiiiili-a brief visit tu Cruubrook
mi Tuesday,
The Kimberly train was unnble
In make tin- trip Tuesdny ou nc-
iiniiil uf mini slides on the tnu-k.
11rani Bellnngue returned frmn
Bed Doer, Alberta, Tuesilay bring,
ing with him a lim- Perchon stal-
lion.
H-.-I- .v- Klwell lliis week sold
Mrs. Heudren's Innisi- uu Haki-r
hill tu outside parties as au investment.
Incorporation's lx>en talkeil uf I'm-
a year.
Delegations nppoiuUdbutnl1,8iH-ius
queer,
(lol scared of the C. I', lt.
Bui now that '".ly reports to ,T.( I.
"You've a swell little town and w'ed
lik.- well in seo
ll go Huiil ahead, and so we agree
To help along" G. T, It. Ten.
Joseph Sterritt, local manager
fur I', Hums & ('..., left Mondny
for Winnipeg to visit his family
ami lake a vocation of llirei- ur
t'uiir weeks. This is the Hrst
vacation Mr. Sterril has taken in
live years, nml he has u greut big
army of friends ill Crnnbrook who
hope lhat In- will have an oujoynblo
timo.   s. II. Nolan, of N.-ls will
liH>k after tin- business during Mr,
siri'i'itt's nhsoiioOi
Thomas Morgan has Ih-i-ii assign-
• '•I tothe l-liist Kootenny Inspection
districl fur coal nml in.-tj.lliferuus
mines, with hendi-unrli-rs at I'run-
IniKik. Tin- iipiminlin.-ut dates
li-'iin Mi.r.-I. Isth uml inspector
Archibald Dick linBbonn nsHiguiil
tn the Vancouver Islnml uml coast
districl from March 21st. Tho
II.-ri.1.1 regrets the change Hint,
lakes awuy Mr. Dick, as he hud become ii very pleasing fixture iu
Crnnbrook, where he hus u 1ms! <>f
friends.
Mr. nn.l Mrs. Joseph Tann
liuuser, of Fort Steele, accompanied by their youngest son, visited
Miss Tannliauser Inst Sunday. It
wns Mr. Tnnnlmuser's firat visit tu
Cri.iibru.ik in five years, and he
wns surprised nt the wonderful
growth of Cruubrook, nud express*
I the opinion that this town  hud
Kootenay
Anything in the way of kitchen
furniture nl Win. li. Bentty's, the
undertaker,
George Powell is selling a  new
kind of a gasoline lamp Ihnl  gives
Hough light lu blind nn eagle.
If you want In see something
nice, come in nnd Bi-e uur Ciirlxm
rrnnspareneies.      I'rest Photo Co.
Mrs. .1. Breckem-idgu lias re-
turned frmn Bniifi", where she spent
the winter with Mr. Breckeurigo.
Win. Cnn* has gone In Arrow
heml tu lake n position with one
uf tin- large lumber companies iu
that plnce.
Wanted, school toucher nl North
Slur.    Apply nl once tn
N. M,l, I Currnn,
North Stnr. ll.C.
TheC. I'. It. has lowered the
telegraph rati* tu Winnipeg nud
other principnl points iu Manitoba
frum Jl.uo n- ia ..,.,,is I'm* ten
words.
Mr. St. Dahlias, who represents
a Tiintntu linn, ivns in town lust
week, ll-- is an old college eluiill
..I' Hev. Auvnuhe nnd the two Innl
imt  1 fur IH yenrs.
Rev, Thompson has been absent
fruui town I'm- the last twu weeks iu
tho interests of the Bible Society,
but will return In lime tu tnke
charge nf the services next Sunday.
II. II. Short, nf Fernie visited
Cranliruiik last week.,-mil concluded
tn locate her.. Mr. Short is nn
nrtistic sign writer uml decorator
uud ltsiks upon Cranbrook as a
l-h.hI Held fur liis business.
Mr. Black, tho well known clerk
nt Hill & Co.'s, is n grent success
iu comic songs, nnd  is always  in
ileni 1 at a public entertainment,
The big  crowd  nl   tin-   smoker
Saturday   night   e -oil   him su
many times that he wus nearly ex-
liausleil.
.Ia s  Arnold,  of   Arnold    *
Itiiberls. said In The Herald lllllll
on Mondny. "I .-mi ot the opinion that lhat  Singer Sewing inn
.-hin 1 we  pul in The Hi-mill is
doing a lot ot good, I have sold throi
the last Iwu weeks, tiiiil am   r iv
iug iiii|iiiries .hilly nboul thein."
William Venables, une uf tlu
liest known engineers mi the west
ern division, visited Crnnbrook
friends last Saturday ami Sunday
He was pleased nt the growth nf
Cranbrook uml snid thai the addition to the Royal hotel would lull credit to n town of ID.lKkl people.
J. A. Smith, win. hns bean inin-
nging the dress goods department
nt Reld .V Co's stun- the pnst two
.1. D.McBride is In Culgnry this
week.
(leorge Pushee, who htm been
in business uu fhe (Ii-i-ul Northern
cut ull', the pnst year is in tuwn.
1-M, Home received tin- sud in.
lelligeni-e nf the iletith uf his brother Harry lit Oak Luke Mondny,
nml left uu Tuesilay I'm- Ihnl plnce
tn iittend the funeral.
The belu-lit Sttlokol'givoll by lhe
Crnnbrook Lnlior I'liion Snturdny
night I'm* 11. Mi-lmiis was a grout
Bticcess. There wtis u largeattend-
itiu-e and nbuut Snll wns ruised l.y
the meeting,
Mrs. A Shelton has been danger.
insly ill in the St. Hilgenn hospital
fur the |Htst two weeks, mnl the
lirst pari nf Ihis week, Ilei condition
became su serious thnt In-r lifo
hiiut; in the balance, Monday she
iinilerwi-iit nu operation, tuul since
thnt time has been stoiidily im
proving, which is gu.nl news tn
het muny friends iu Cranbrook,
RAILWAY NOTES.
B.-l.-i-tioii,    We inn give you one thnl will I., ant.
afnetory  n    ipmlity,  workmnuship nml  price
"''"I' '« •'""l s - Btock     (lurelothi-snn-
Hindi- in Crnnbrook I.v Cruuhruok people   Tin*
air suils lhat suit.
Leask & Henderson
A. I.. HcDermot A. C. Bowne*.-.
MeDERMOT ®. BOWNESS,
Wholesale   Wine   and   Spirit  Merchants
1 'he Highest Brands The Urieal aad
of SCOTCH and -1"1   »«»r,mcal
ul Hum,,II.
liquors
A complete stock of Cigars, consisting of the
"Pharaoh," "l.al-ortuna," "Irving," --Uar-
rlstcr," "Monument," --Hilda'' and uthi-rs.
Mail Orders Promptly Attended tu. Telephone .;
Write lor Prices. CRANBROOK, B. C
Agents lor T. Lebel & Co., Hay and (irain
Sililiii Beer
1 i-rnli; ltt,4*r i
lliiss Ale
liulnni- « Sliiul     I IRISH     WHISKIES
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|        THE MINISTER 5AID       *
^v "Dearl) bolove.1 brethren, I'm goiug tu st.ipthis sermon right
^ Int-.'.   How cnu I preach when two-thirds nf this rongregatir-
V     ,1.;  .1.. :.. i I.    ..-..       i      .i        i.    ..  i
js. nr gbing their heads olfi     I pnruestly commend ymi be-
S l'"1' sl Sunilny comes I., go to Chns   E   Reid .V Oo. and
provide y 'selves witli their famous'Cough Quencher,'which
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wis but in 4-,-nts a bottle, and i
.-min.   The congregation is.li-
nlil like the touch of
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Uoiitluoior K. Hayco haa n-hiiinri
ilnty after a long trip eust,
iMiu. Attwood, mul Miss Auu.i
AMwood, wife and daughter o£ lln
ngent, Moyie, were in tuwn the
lirst of the week.
J. W, Harding, fur nearly a year
clerk tn Train master McKenzie,
htm moved to a lurger Held uf
aetivity, Medicine Hat,
An interesting visitor tn C'nm-
lirtKik this week, has lieen Nat
Kulphuf theU P. H. liea.l otiin-s
in Montreal. The object of liis
visit was an inspection uf the
JiecuimtiiiL' ileuartitteiit.
»T, E. Jenkins, who was temporarily engaged in the freight department, has received an ap[Kiint-
ment in the superintendent's ofHco
as BticecBBor tu H. Mereer. trans-
fernil tu the office of the trainmaster.
T. B. Smith, who has been ngont
nt Frank fur some time, lias received fi well deserved promotion in
his appointment to the new
agency at Coleman, the coming
colli centre un tlie Crow. The
vacancy ut Frank has lieen filled
by the transfer uf K. .f. Walsh from
Michel.
There have iiecii several changes
in the train service department tlie
Jiast few weeks. I'.rakeinan A.
Crussuti, who ran un pnsBCiiger
thrmigh the fall and winter, h.is
resigned, tu lake a position un une
of the Western Slates railroads;
likewise Briikemtm \'oii K.
Wagner,   (Ither dopnrlnrea have
1 n   Brakeman   Mnx  1>-  Wootl,
Fred   Dickinnn    anil   10.   Moore,
Al! these defections, of course,
have maeiit new appointments, and
among tlio now comers nre A. .1.
Jolly, formerly o£ the superintendent's office and I*. Duolan. sun of
Roadmastor Dnnlnii.
$| When you visit Cranbrook stop at Ihe
! ROYAL HOTEL
♦j> None Better In the District
9 Rules Si and up.   Short Orders and Oysters
*p served in any style from » p. m. to 6 a. m.
S? The table is the best, the rooms are unsurpassed (or clean 9
V liness and comfort and the bar is supplied with the best brand IT"
>|J> ol liquors and cigars. U
9 L. B. VANDECAR, Prop.        S
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Cranbrook
Hotel 3 3
Ouesis cin.,u.Ti , Specialty
Quod Stabling in Conntaian
Nearest to railroad ami ilepot.    Has arrommoiia-
linns for the public unequalled  in  Cranhrook.
Hut and did Hath**.
JAMES RYAN
 Proprietor
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I FLOUR AND FEED |
1 I
4 W i* nre still ill business ami .-an tpinti- ymi lowefll £
4         prices for Ti thy, Meadow Hay, Bunch flrnss. flats, •
i Urim, Shorla, Wlnut and Ogilvlcs Flour. *
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j  HARRIS  & JOLLIFFE [
J JIEAT MAKKKT ♦
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Bit Timber Deal.
M. iMeliiiiis has suld bis timlier
limits below Elko to the Crnnbrook
Sash    und   Dour  Factory.    The
limits include H.IXJ.I acres uf fine
timlier, ami the company proposes
tu erect, it $30,000 mill at once and
, ,      start tu cut lumber us soon  ns ar-
yenrs,  bus  reBigneil tn accept u, ,        .
.,,   ,,        iii       -ie i i-iiiiui-ini'iits eun tn- innili-
position with tin- wholesale milli-       h
r
The llii.inu Cnnleat.
'O'Brien, who was  t"   enter the
uiusl Curloy has withdrawn.
i    ii       ,    ,i i iiii ,....,,,        ii       anu   ,iiu*k      i [iiuiiiii,un      I,,,,,-.    Ills
held onto tbe  reins, un.l   save.1  a  hnd ninny Iru-nils in t rnnl.i k who i   ,       „„     ,      ,      , , ,
i i.i      i   , i       I   .,,   . ,' , .        ii-i- ei.   plnco. I lu- ilnte has been clmngiHl
Binnsli-iip, ulthougli  he wns ■Ira-'-.will wish him well in his new li.-lil.  ' ....
,     -.       ii, L4   .      4 i    ii vi, i   i        i. in .    to to the 23rd uml  Iln- conditions
god quite a distune.-,   fortunately , B,Nicholson ol  Toronto succeeds
lie wus not injured. him here.
a prosperous future, .Iimt, us ho. nory Iioiibo o£ T>. SlcCnll & Co,, ...
was rendy tu leave the tonin be-1 Winnipeg, Mr. Smith is a uiusl,
camo frightened an.l turned over estimable young tnnn, who attended
the sleigh,  but  Mr. Tannliauser strictly to liis business, nml  who ""M *'KU
-nub. kwhoi"1"1 ,Tl»k    I1'"'"!'*'"    ll,kn
t'einain the same.
The Calgary Cattle Company.
(SUCCESSORS To M. Mil VMS
DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF HEAT
POULTRY, IT H AND OYSTERS IN SEASON
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE
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HALT!   TENTION!
Eor fine Boots and Shoes, go to Hanning
& Lacey; our name is a guarantee of
satisfaction with everything we sell.
In this line we can supply you with everything from a lady's fine shoe to lumbermen's heavy boots,      Prices are right.
MANNING & LACEY,
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THE PRICE
I. ,                     irWtanl price for a suit PART of your \
ii ,y is aitstctl, nutter how good tho gurtuents are.   If you |
[,4,1,4 inudl a price for n  had suit  ALL ymir i icy  is j
wasted.    If you liny u good suit you  must  pay ul  least n  fail 1
• n-ii ', md ill it is all ymi will pay fur a suit iua.lt- by \
McSWEYN & GRIFFITH.
•   CrAnbrook. Block
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Cranbrook. B. C.   j
READ THIS.
The results ol bs!s year's taDkinjs, lor one of our companies, -The Anglo-American it no* to band
and amply bears cut our previousstatments, that we work at EQUITABLE: and rtOEQUAT 1 rates,
sulficient to give us a REASONABLE working;proiit. Last year their INCREASE in income amounted
tonearlvS47.000.00 and thcy declared paid their USUAL DIVIDEND Or 7 PFR CENT.
ARNOLD   O.   ROBERTS
Phone   99 ... - CrunbronK. D. C.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
LAND DEPARTMENT
FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA
SEES saSHSHOTWMIfflMfflraESBl
a
I P. Burns & Co
» hull-salt anil Rttail
Meat Merchants
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j0j   Fresh and Cured Meats Frtsh
O      Fish, Game and Poultry.
tilts*
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a We supply only the best.   Vour
'a:
mmi:$MmMmmmiimmmmmm
trade is solicited.
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BOILERS
and ENQINES
Saw .Mill Plachlnery
Planing "Iill Machinery
Iron Working rinchlnery
Mining riachinery
Machinery (or all Purposes
All nf very l.t-st makes.
W.ilc
J. L. Neilson 4. Co.,
Ii(l2 Mala Sl.. Winnipeg
BRICK
Wc have a stock of
Common Brick,
Pressed Brick,
Fire Brick
and Tile
Those wanting chimneys, fire
places, boilers lined, or any iob
work in the brick line call on
Geo. R. Taylor
»•*»«•.*•-»•••
'A
j   Mine Vmi \ny Painting i« be Done?
Do Any nf Vour Rooms Need Papering?
IF SO SEE
W. N. CLARKE.
Ksliiiiali's given mi largo eon.
li-n.-ts.     Wu don'l wind   the
earth,     Wo   » l   '" P1™80
>.,4i with lln- work ninl receivo
n-nsonnlilc pay.
t-oynl Unlet, Iranhrnnli
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<j>     Damage     j
<f Vos.ninl lln- CITY I'.AK. I
ci KHY is lln- plnce loget a nice 1
(•) Wedding enko and iiniainelits ^
I in the Intosl style. Why send tt
f your uiilil- mil of inwn und ®
f pel'lltljis linve lln- ii-eing briik- A
Y en by shipping.   Prices right. X
? l-liniie.il OppcBlle Al. B. Clnirch  [
C. W. WILSON,      |
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The Herald Gives the News
CHURCH DIRECTORY
Cranbrook Methodist Church.
Cumcr of Hanson Avenue ind Louis Street
THE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL
Morrisjey Junction, B. C. '
h. C $l,Th.-n.     3. ('. Sl.pl-i'ii.
Australian lintel
This ninn  is Inking
Solid    .'..llll'iH'l        he
knows whi'ii' I" go
he goes lu the solid
 il'.irt Imi. I. lh.- bin
WIII'I'K IIOTI-'l.nl
Illl-   -I in,.      where
lie is given the I'i-.-.
iimii ..I' tin- city.
Australian ll.itcl
Siepheaa Bros.
Owaera and l-rnprietnr*..
Morrissey Junction. 11. C.
j. e. Stephens, in. Rockcndori j     The Canadian Pacific Railway Company
ll. I.. Stephens.   J. Lawson,
owns large areas of choice agricultural lands
in the Kootenay and Boundary Districts of
Southern British Columbia which arc offered
for sale at from
,-,.      $1 to $5 per Acre
tin-  reputation, ninl il I   ■
Imili up Hull ri piitnliou mi
.ii   ii is ih.. largest    on easy terms of payment, s Timber leases
i best eipilppi-il   huiil III ' r     I
1 "in.vs worth."""''' """    can also be obtained on reasonable conditions.
The Alexandra liolel
Stephens Urns *. Co.,
Ownera innl  Proprietor,
Murrissei. Minis. II. C.
..11 .'
Siinilnv Pwviiwi
Iiiiii,4. Wnral.li	
Siinilnv Si-li.ml II i*. ii.
liii-i,,,- Wl-rahl. 7:.*.l. e. 11.
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I'Jll.ll'IIVI'  H r. 41.
'I'llllnnlli) ;   Wi-i'kl.v l-.-u.vi-r Mn-llna:....« I'. -I.
.V   i-iirillnl   iiiiitiilli.il  ia ,-M,-44,14-,    li.  (In,
Pul.lli-.
Pustor, S. ,1. Tlioinpsnii.
Craabrook Baptist Church.
ri'otollo.vliiglaallal nl llio »rvicoo lii'iii
itillii, llu'ilinl I'iiiii, li
Sintilti.v 11 a. at. iiiiiI 7:110 p    .
Siinilnv S.-lnnil :| [,. in
V g t-i'ii|ili'S H ]|. in. Tiii-mIii.v
Prayer Meptloff H p, m. Woilnt-s.lu.v
'fill* (miiiii-nri-i-inilinll-i iiivilul to utli-nd
nil mooting!.
Pustor, V. W. Au\,1,-1,1'.
Crubrm.k Presbyterian Church,
Snlilinlli Snrvirrs: 11 n. in. nml 7JIII ji ni.
Sniiilnj* Si I I inn] nihloclai-H -'I p. m,
l lii-istinii Knilcnviir. 'I'lii'inlii.v H p. in.
Tin* liillilii'iiii'i'iiiiliiiil.v iiivitt't] ,n -ilti'inl
nil ilir moottnga.
I'lmiiii. IV. tt. w..(. l-'orlnnn ii. A.
King Mercantile Company Limited
Nut In-in linroli.v glvon thai lln* King .\1i-i--
■-.iii■ I-■ i'iini|iiin,v I.nnil,,!. 11,4,-11,1 I,, n|,|.l.e
In i-tiiillgp lh *),<■ "I ll lUnpilll.v, In "Tllii
King l.iiiiiln-r Mill*.. Unillnl."
Iilltml tllln INIti, ilny i.r......liin-.v llilll
III                                       W. 1--. tliinl.
St.ll.<llnr In. II | i.
DR. F. E. KING.
DENTIST
urn.--, HOUK-9:
ll to 12 a. m.
I lo ij p. in.
7 lo 3 p  in.
CRANBROOK, B.C
J. 0. CUMMINGS
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
FORT STEELE
HANDLEY'S
LIVERY, FEED
"SALE STABLES,
CRANBROOK,   -     -     -    It. C.
Safe Horses,    Qootl Ui-.:-    Comfortable
Accommodations.   Drivers and Kins
tor an) pari ni Districl.
Paul Handle}, ■ Prop.
B. C. LIVERY
and FEED STABLE
Xi-'.v rigs, good driving
nml saddle horses nt
ronsonnble rule. Our
niiiijivill In- togivu guud
enre Iii iill horses stn-
bled witb us.
W. F. GURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
0KANBROOK,   BP1TISH   COLOMBIA
Cranbrook
Livery 3
GEARY & DOYLE
Proprietors ** ** j*
Tennis ami drivers furnished for any
point In the district.
A. DOYLE, Manager.
A BIU EVE IT. A  Chiraclcrlsllc Lctlc r.
  ' 1    The Hi'iMliI hnl .Mi*.   MrCm.il!
lweoly   In   Ihirly   Ladles  Will   Debate   a sm-lleil oil   lln*   lllllilill"   lil
Popular Question. L\[\m\ |h(|   ^ ,.jt(,„  .J  ,
Xest Friday evening tin- literary writes In cull attention lu tlieomii
society will hold wind promises tu sion ns follows:
in- ii must interesting session.   An     JiilTrny. B. C. Mnrch 10,11KM.
„   , ,, I    i-'. I-l. Simpson, Crnnbrook, Dei
es.-.- .-nl   progrnni  Ims been pre-    .      ,        ■
'    '                  ,              Sir:   I uiusl  nsk  vmi  I.,  coi-rocl j
pnivil, and n  Inrge ntt.-ndnnce  '■*;,,„„. ^n,,. „r lliy ,„ „a it „„. I
,-spoolcil.      The   ipll-stioil    fur   ile- j L>(,nrB , „• y, ,„,- .,;,■■..,•.     ||H  nliivviu-
bate is that o£ travel or books ns Hon don't appeal lo inj  Fancy,    It j
■du
FERNIE NEWS
I'iiiiii I In- I-'n-i* Press.
Mrs. ICnnouse lefl this week to
niiike her home with her husband
wlm litis taken uver the Sanitarium
hotel Dour Frank,
(4,0, Fuss returned I'rmnSi Panlj
un Sunilny.    lie  broilgbl do tleli-
niti ws nl' the building  of the
Northern,   though   the si^-ns are
i-ncoimiging. [thebest means of secnriug i i:
intion, and thirty Indies lmvu 1. I Mine is n  |
Por Maps mid furlher particulars apply in llic following Local Land Age-atil
V. Hull- Bnker, Cruubrcok, B.C,     IT. & M. Uutl, Xelson, ll.C.
It. li. Iiiiue. Willi,,-!'. II. ('. .1. A   Met'nlluin. (Iruiiil ForkSiB.C,
I. 1!. Wilson, Wanlner, B.C, K. Mnllaitdaine, Jr., Cn-alou, B.C.
W, M. Frost, tinlowny, Mont.
Or .1. S. DENNIS, British Columbia, Land Commissioner, C.
P. R„ at Calgary, Alberta.
No wont lias yel been i-eceiveil
of any appointment to tha vacancy
caused by the removal of Constable
Ilnskius In Crnnbrook nnd il is
thougbl ilmi the department purpose retrenching by cutting one
officer ull' from Fernie.
F. Stork is erect
thi'l'e IS   llllli'll    III    t|   llnllie.
i- excoptioii  bill
, ...        ,,., ,   ,     .... lliuneslv tlllll 111.' lll.vs   of   III.-   lllllll
named In participate.    I liuiK nl it! I ;, ,
Why. tin afternoon ton or it sowing
society would be tntne in comparison.   N'u two ure nre In talk nt the
lilltli
snnie time, is tt rule Ili.it   is  to In-
strictly  enforcoil.    It  will  prove
iitterestiug in lln- extrenio, nnd  no
in  <-11111111..i.; iii--,    nn ..,,,,
, one shmilil nnss it.    I ho  |.i-.*i*i,*iin
tit the reitr of. his store,    lln; pre-1 ;„ „s rnll„ws.
sent building will In- divided mto|
two compartments uut- ul' whicli In
will rent.   The added Bpnco nl the
rear will give him  tis inm-h  room
Piano duet.   Mrs.   Tnylor   nin
Miss Mntl'tttt.
Reading.   Mrs. (I.T. Rogers.
Vocal solo,   Miss Fintiis.
Currenl even Is.   Miss  Forlum
Debate.
At  roll call jiieudiers Jwill In
Charles Welsh, delivery mnn fortexpected to answer witli n piece ol
ll'WS,
tis Formerly lu conduct his regular
business with hull ns iiiin-li  Front-
the ('nlgnry Cuttle i-iinipiiny pleaded guilty in the charge nl' thefl oi
Monday nnil wns selileiieeil   I
A Greal Mill.
Pass  I,iiuiiiii-
I COlllpl'll   mil'   lu I
Lii\4-ii nn-. Tin- prehx you woulil
deprive me uf. is. in my opinion it*-
cliiim ton-spe.-tnliility. X" juggling
can innkc it l« antiful mn- nristocni-
ticiind as for the latter ii knowledge
of my family tree would nol luni
im- mil in any such pretence, \',\
humoring nn- in my desire yon will
oblige, Respectfully Vours,
Neil McCrnnk.
Ilii-pilal Heeling.
Tin- meeling of the Indies called
I'm- Friday nftern I'Inst week in
tin- bibernl r ns wns  large nnd
entlitisiastic, Mis. Pi'ggol w;4^
ji'.'ill.'il In lhe chair nn.l in ll 1,'W
Well chosen wonls slnli-d the ob.i-i-1
iul' the meeting.
liths in the Nelson jail.   Welsh)    T1,B ° "J*',8'   '"; .'"."' |    M. wns tbe universi i
1 by him I'm- the company.   W
Forrest took   him   tu   Nelson  oi
Tuesday.
Michel Correspondence i A
Syrian woman pc.ll.-i- mel with ,•
serious luss here this week, A
purse enrried uuder ber skirl wut
missing mul slu* reported tli utter tu Cntistnl.lt-  Henderson  win
nfler investignting lln- ruse ■	
eluded thai tin- woman lind losl
Ilu- purse, Tin- purse, tin- wommi
• Ittiiinil contained valuables tu the
extent of $1,800 iii rings, bills nl
large ileiiumiiititiiin nnd u posl
illir '.let' for $500,
Tin foreman uf the snow pluw
iiel with tin  i Ideal   lust   Stilui-.
dny which enmo neur ending fatal.
\y. As it was leaving Cunl Ci-eek
tin- wheels nl' tin* Btiowplow lefl
tin- track nntl tin- long lever used
lu reverse the wings wus suddenl(i
swung In  Ilu- uppusite  side   wiih
grent Force striking the operator on
the lieuil uml innking u nnsty si-nip
wiiiinil. Tlu- injuries woro Found
In be only siipert'u-inl tuul mulct
Dr. IColth's euro tin- patient will
sunn be around again,
H. F. Mnrlin Is severing his connection with the Cunl compauy ul
Morrissey, uml wns banquetted by
1'te employees ni Ilial poinl
list Snliirilny nt the Miner's
hut,-I. lie wns presented wiih n
n,    nr i rr,m       lumilsomo gold  vrntoli nnd chain
Wm. R. BEATTY mitoh]y '■'^ml Tl":' •
wasa must pleiisnnt affair, numerous toasts were drunk and everything passed olf must successfully.
Mr. Mni'tiii lins taken uver the
management of the Ferule Manufacturing I'u.. nf which he is president, in plnce nf X. K. tin-ley.
whu goes mil on lhe road fur tl
company,
hml pocketed certain money collect-  puny or Wimlner, is n iving lhos(, lmigo||| tlmj hiiK|li|;|| |lJ(1(
its new inuehinery lu .luiilile Uie sioll i„ the near future  was  itievi-
cnpncily uf lhe  mill,  which   will tabic.    Tin-   iiueslioii   wns  ns  I,
lirin-   it  up tn 150,000 per day. what that extension should be.
■ Hber improvunientsai'ebeing made
thnl will enable them In meet Ihr
leiiiniuls I'm* lumber withoul uny
li'lny. Tlu-ir dry kiln will heready
by the Intll uf this month, uml wiil
liuve a capacity ul' 50,000 n day.
I'lu- pinning mill is equipped with
live machines, nml iln- platform
arranged for the loading of it) cars
nt u time. The compauy expects
to cul iibuiil:!( i.i it ii l.t UK I ihis season,
nml will run the plunl duv nml
night,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
CRANBROOK,   B.   C.
Undertaker an.l Embnlmcr
Cnskatfl trimmed uiul *tlii|i|it-il nt sliorl
miline uiul ronsonnble prices
Will re cive tuul hold remuinH in Chnpol
ill 11 Sllliill cost.
Solnnf-onl in tlm Kootonnys, for
HEX FORMALDEHYDE COMPOUND
tin* Itilii-il nud
linsl disinfectant known to ei-ii-n,*.-.   it
will  uut   luiini  tht- dniutint fiilnii*, or
l.lni-ki-n lln- finest Instrinnonf,    No np-
iniriilns required to usoit.
$2.00 A BOTTLE—
N. C. McKINSTRV, Drop.      WV ;„•,. always rendy Uny or Niglu
Wanted,
Special representative in this uud
iidjoluing territories, lu represenl
uiul advertise nu ..hi established
business liousu nf solid litiauciiil
standing, Hillary $21 weekly, wiih
expensesiiilvuneoileiit'li Miuulny by
cheek dirocl   from   liendquarters,
ICxpeuses tiilvnn I: t-osltion per.
miiuent.   We Furnish cvertliing.
Address Tin- Columbin, li.'lu
Motion Bldg,, Chicago, III. 1(1.(11
Made a Winning.
After ii lengthy discussion it wns
decided tn organize n Hospital
Ladies Aid lu n-sist the Cutlage
bospital uiul gather funds I'm' a
public instil ut ion iu the nenr future.
OIHeers were elected us follows!
President,   Mrs.   Reid;   first   vice
pros..   Mrs,  Suiythe; si ml  \in-
pros., Mrs. W. I',. McFat-lancojSec,
Mrs Mrs. l-'i.i-ii : Tl-ens.,   Mrs. S.
.1. Thiiiiips.nl.   Th.-   ollicers  ninl
iln* following ladies Eonii tl \-
i-riiiivri.Mis. Piggot, M,s. Wilson,
Mrs. I'.ivi I-,
Participant,
Business block fur Said
As I ii.liiul to creel t »■ 4,ili,-,-
I'll.Mil,44   1,4,-   Th,-    II,,4,1-     ui,   lhe
Main street, I will sell tli - mm
nei-iipied by the pnper, ll i„ iti u
line location, plastered IbroiiKliotil,
woslories, with a full Inl.
F, |{. Simpson.
**************************
I BUSINESS   COLUMN !
|| - '   -
MAKE MONEY
BY BUYING A SURE THING
THE STOCK OF THE
St. Eugene
Mountain
Mines, Ltd.
Its property is located on thc St. Eugene Mountain.
It has the St. Eugene lead.
It can be bought at 10 cents per share.
It is backed by mining men, not mining fakirs.
It will increase in value.
To make money in mining buy good stock low
and sell on thc rise.
BEALE & ELWELL,
Cranbrook Agents.
Robinson-McKenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Vic Rollins nnd Wnll EdwardB i Locals in tbis column will be *
struck it big winning in. Frisco. $ charged at the rale ol 5 cents Jl
They put up $50 ouch nu Pal Mm--' J per line each issue. J
rissey, one uf Tom Well mini's best If- T
liorses, with the odds III lu 1. and
Monissoy enntored in winner,
Thnt gave Rollins and Edwards
just SilXK) each, Thnt wns ti
Incky shut.
Slock ^Quotations.
Furnished by Benle, &  Elwe
brokers, Crnnbrook li. C.
For Snle.
i Ino of the besl residences i
(Ynnbriink: til'. Feel Frontage, I-'.
price uiul terms apply lu
if P. I I,
Crnnbrook or Wimluer, B.C.
N.irlli  Stnr	
Sullivan	
St, Rngono	
l-nj-ni-  1*J
Wnr Milgl-i l-oiisiiliiliiti'il  Ill
I'n.v   Hull  1
Aninrlcnn Uny  I
Crows Noat Cool furui.tlti
Sl  Kniri'iiit Mt. Mini's  Ill
Cnu. oil nml Cunt Minus 1.1.1  ,'l,',
Snl iinn Orulip MI.ll.IB Co. lumls  fill) Illl
W    Il.'iit'	
.nu. .tu cunl imili'iii-  lu.no
•>«„HiJ«S( fff -rSI-f-Sff.
Ml-Sl'illlWli-llll lspi*|ipi||*L'll liiil.il'
nm;,i-l,- .Imwinnkia-j nl lu-r rwl.li-
iVruislrong nvi-tnu-. Iii-ll
Saw and Planing; Mills
All Kinds OI
Rough and Dressed Lumber
KING MERCAINT1U; CO.
Sawl Planing Mills
Mi fni-tu
nf Hough iiml nn
.LUMBER
Poll  S.ll.u— I'ni-rM    rivinonlli   II,,,*
ggafrnin pure, lurge, vioinus hlnls.
i'.i-ii A. 0.1'taott.
r,ni,(,,iini.!.'. i'iiiii,-],mi
Apply ill lli-riilil oll'i.*,'.
In lot
In
Dickons' honks un* trim to lii',-.   So
will your photo In- if yen gel it t ikon ul
12  I'rosl's Sliullo. Iii-if
If ynu wuiitiuiiili'i'ii joli work done hy
inoik-iii printers, i-nll nl tin* Hornld
(iui,','.'
I'liniislu'il houso for H'lit. Apply to
A. Sllelt.it., W.uil.vorlh hnli-1.        In If
II ns for ivnl.  InrnlHlloil or  iiiil'ni-
nlaliod.   Apiilj-nl tlorald Ollloo,   null
WE NEVER SLEEP
We do all kinds of scavenger work, such
as cleaning privy vaults, cesspools, and
carting away rafuse matter in yards/
Satiefaction guaranteed. Office at Wentworth Hotel.
Cranbrook Scavenger Co.
D. H. rkDonald, Mgr.

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