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""TV
JOB PRINTING
We are well equipped to
turu out the belt class
of work
THE
M BROOK HERALD.
ADVERTISING
In  the Herald  rave— Try
Our   Loral   Columoa
10c. a line
IF   YOU   WANT   CRANBROOK   TO   GROW*   PATRONIZE   HOME   ENTERPRISE
VOLUME   14
OUANBBOOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.   THUBSUAY, MAY 25, 1911
NO. 14
*l* *\* A A A A A A A A A A A
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*\*              TWO TO  ONE.
* 	
•!• Tlif vote on tlio suwerngo by-
•!• law Mt inlay resulted very sut-
•!• Isfaotorlly, bolng ifrfi for to 77
•|« against, Tbc supporters of tho
•!• bylaw put up an active canvass
*l* throughout tho day, utilizing
■1* several automobiles to great
•j* advantage, Tbo passage *»r tho
•I* bylaw by bo Riibstantlnl n ma
*I* jorlty cannot but in- regarded
«I« as ibf best possible ohilorBo-
•!• incut nf tlit> project) work upon
•1* which will bt- nimletway with
•!• in a tow weeks. A working
•I* agreement is being arranged be-
•j* Iwi'i'ii tlif illy nml ibe Oalt
•j, Engineering company, whereby
•J. the lotter will undertake tho
•I* supervision of the installation
»(• of the system by day labor,
•!• This means that wcrk can bo
•\* started at a far earlier date
•I* than if it wcro lot hy contract.
*
* * * * * * * * * * * * *
DOMINION ESTIMATES
BRITISH     COLUMBIA    SHARKS
GENEROUSLY IN LARGE
APPROPRIATIONS.
Says UicCranbrook Prospector in
its   last issue:
"It will bt- pleasant fnr British
Columbians tn contemplate that the
Dominion government Is appropriating $166,000,000.00, am! nf this vasl
amount British Columbia gets only
$239,240.30,"
Tlio Herald does not believe that
lite Prospector published the foregoing statement with any Intention of
deliberately misleading its readers,
hut inclines tn the opinion that in
giving publicity to such a glaringly
false statement it did so in Ignorance of the facts. However, whether published wilh the intention oi
deliberately misleading the electorate
nr iu inexcusable ignorance nl the
facts, the statement calls fnr immediate  and emphatic contradiction.
That the whole article In the Prospector, dealing with the Dominion es-
UtuBicfitUs l,;i-/ up.>:r" fiM're Ig
noranco nf the facts, is amply dis
closed by the reference made to the
Cranbrook public building. Tho
Prospector states that no mention oi
it is made in this year's estimates,
whereas on page 60 of the estimates
for the fiscal year ending March 31,
1012, appears the following:
"Cranbrook.—'Public building, re-
vote     110.000,       1010-11,    $10,000
mi-ieia $20,000.*'
In order that East Knotenay electors generally may be advised ol the
straight facts in regard ti British
Columbia estimates the Herald has
taken the trouble to review the cs
titnates for the current fiscal year
nml to cull therefrom those specially
appropriated for British Cclumhla Ol
course, it will bc roadll) recognised
tl-nt it is virtually Impossible to give
U xact    figures,   ns in mam     In
stances, representing large in'11" »i
ihe appropriations are made for en
tiro departments, British Columbia's
share I herein nol being speciiiealh
slated However, Irom the figures
that can be deflnltelj ascertained, n
is deai that ihe Dominion estimates
for the current year Include appropriations [oi British Columbia, ex
coedtng two million and .i qunt h
dollars, which, with the supplemcn
i,ii\ estimates ol $011,040 00, and
ibe province's share In approprto
linns voted foi the Dominion at
laige, bring the total nmounl voted
toi British c< lumblo to well over
$3,000,000
Following are some ol the dlstim I
u b C approprlatloni.
Salaries ol judges IIW.OOii
IVmteiitiaiies   07,000
Pensions lo |udgca 0,008
public works, buildings,  et< 115,000
Public works, harbors, rivers,
etc OSO.ooo
Its.unit
|0,BSQ
000,0 0
17,000
107,0411
itft.000
public works, dredging, eli
Telephones and  telegraphs ,
Subsidy
lasa] offleo, \ nncouvei
Iinh.ni aftaiis
Telegraph lines
Pnsl timers nt Victoria, Van
comer    ami   New      West
minster   154,001
Vddltlonal P. o. votes ., 10,536
These votes alone represent a total
nf about 100,000,000, nnd they do not
include British Columbia's share lu
several other large appropriations,
viirb us:
M,mm,mm tor upkeep ul dockyards
al Esqulmalt and Halifax, mall subsidies, steamship subventions; naval
service; mean and river service;
lighthouses ami coast service; fisheries; mines nnd geological surveys;
Dominion lands and parks, customs;
excise; miscellaneous; railway subsidies, c1<\ It Is undoubtedly true
that the estimates ol expenditure
tor the current year amount to a
very large total, but In this total
British Columbia figures generously,
although, undoubtedly, many would
have welcomed even greater appro*
priations.    The object In giving     a
CRANBROOK'S NEW POST OFFICE
+ * +
ItHi
.;. a a a .J..;..;..;, a a
A
l.t fMBER MEROER,      *
I*   *
[•ft* Negotiations are pending *fr
[est possible publicity through the
•> acquire several of the bit, lum- 4«
*\* her concerns of this district. •%>
•f Included in tho propositi mer- •$•
•b ger are tho King Lumber Co , •$•
•!• tho East Kootenay Lumber Co. •%>
■fr and tbe North Star Lumber •$•
•!• Co     The new  concern will be •$•
+
*
•J- known as the Kootenay Con-
»!* soltdated Lumber company
•j. Whilst tbe chief negotiations,
•£• looking to the securing of thest
•!• plants are aboul completed,
•fr certain it.-tails remain to be *\*
*\* closed up •(•
•!• Mr .1 II King, of the King *
•f wbereb) English capitalists will *\>
•$• Lumber company, left for «f
•J» Calgary this morning, when *\>
*}> these details will be disposed *\-
•I* of. This merger means the »ft
•f investment ol a very large •$•
•*• amount of English capital In •$•
•f this section and will, umloubt- •$.
•%> edly, lead t, other developments^*
•f that will make foi the up- «f
•J- building uf Cranbrook dis- *\*
•f trlet, .f
.;. a
.;..;..%.;..;..;. a a a a .;.„;.„!. .j.
lief, tbc resull ol which Is to pauper*
tc. and noi to stimulate thrift, the
Canadian government has. by Us Annuities ut. Inaugurated a scheme
wbereb) thrift is promoted, and Hie
people are provided with facilities
which will enable them to help themselves, and al the same time preserve their self-respect and dignity.
Full information may be obtained
by addressing the Superintendent of
Canadian Government Annuities. Ottawa, to whom all letters go free
of postage
Situate Corner of Baker St and Norbury Avenue—Above View
Shows Norbury Ave. Elevation
At last tenders arc advertised for
thf building pi the long awaited new
post ,>tiuv. The advertisement will
be round elsewhere in this issue.
Tenders have to bo in by Monday,
June i- next, and it is a condition
ihat the successful tenderer com
mi-nee work Immcdlatclj upon being
swarded the contract and complete
same Withifl  10 mouths
As will be seen by the cut of
be building1 published herewith, tin-
new structure is designed upon handle and commodious lines It will
be located upon the site at the cor
nei nt Baker street and Norbury
avenue
The building is to lie constructed ol
brick ami stone, ami according to the
specifications, which are very complete: "All materials shall be uf the
very best quality, shall be manufactured in Canada anil samples thereof
shall be submitted to the Inspecting
olhcei am) approved by bun before
being used."
The building will consist ol a base
merit ami two floors. The basement
will be devoted to the furnace room
ami fuel storage room.
The ground floor, save Tor the rear
pi rtion, is exclusively devoted to
post otlice uses The offices at the
rear will be used as an examining
warehouse and an office fur the in-
spector of weights and measures.
The main entrance to the posl otlice will       be at    the cornet     ol
I Baker street and N'mbury avenue.
There will also be a Baker street
entrance.
| The first ll< or is divided up between the  customs department    ami
' the janitor's living rooms,   Provision
: is made for one large general customs Office, ami separate offices for
tbe collector of customs and inland
revenue.       Two bed   rooms,    living
I room,    kitchen, bathroom und inland
\ revenue. Two bedrooms, living
room, kitchen, bathroom nnd toilet
are  provided    In the janitor's quor-
I ten
The specifications call for the most
up-to-date workmanship and supplies in every   department, ample ac
rullimndalinii is pi
tded    for
quircmcnls and every modem convenience is included in the specifications, particular attention being pan!
to the plumbing, electrical fixtures,
etc,
A wage schedule forms part of the
contract, the wanes specified being
the lowest that will be recognized
under the Fair Wage Schedule. The
scale is as follows.
Stonecutters—$5   per   day    of   8
hours.
Bricklayers—III per day ol 0 bonis
Masons—$0 per day of it hours,
Carpenters—$3.50  per    day  ol   ■'
hours.
.Joiners—$ I per day of It hours.
Stairbuilders—$1 per day of !t hours
Plasterers—$6 per day of 't hours
i   Lathers—11 tents per yard
I   Painters   ami   glazier—$3.50     per
day of It hours.
!   Plumbers—W.63J.C    per   day ol    0
; Imurs.
Steamfitters—$3.63|C   per day ol B
ihours.
Sheet metal workers—**, per day ol
• :t hours.
Electrical workei—W BO per day ol
U hours.
Builders laborers—$3   per day.     of
in hours.
Ordinary    laborers—$2 75 per     day
..f 10 hours
Driver   with horse and cart—ti per
dav  of in hours
Driver with two horses ami wagon
—$7 per day of 10 hours
totalled statement ol the Dominion
impropriation), for British Columbia
is slmpl) to expose the absolute nn
trustworthiness of ihe figures quoted
bt   tin- local Tory organ
silt WILFRID IN ENGLAND
Lord Rtralhcona met Sli Wilfrid
Laurler on his arrival In London,
l-'ng , on Saturdaj morning
sn Wilfrid landed at Liverpool nn
Prldaj He refused in br Interviewed
political topics, but remarked
that be was truly delighted i< be In
England once again The London and
North-Western railway placed at bis
disposal a saloon ear of the royal
train', which was decorated with floa
ei |     Me was met til  l.iveipi ol       by
ihe lord mayor, who accorded him a
civic welcome. A large crowd assembled to witness his arrival, and
the liner Virginian was gaily decorated with bunting.
CAPITAL MAMNTEED
FUTURE   OF BILL  RIVER TOW-
Kit PLANT   ASSURED PI LP
MANUFACTURING PLANT
IN PROSPECT,
ft. (!. Henderson, general manager
ot the Bull River Electric Power
company, has been in town (he past
day or two. Mr. Henderson stated
to the Herald that he was in a position to announce that the full capital
required to complete the installation
of their plant has been guatanitrd
The installation nf machinery will
proceed as rapidly as possible ami
everything shuuld be In readiness   to
start operations within a year from
date
The Bull Rivet power plant has al
read) been full) described In these
columns and its completion means
the Inauguration of a very important
mterprtse Already the company
have contracts for the handling of
C.P.R nes ami logs through tbcti
flume, which mean a considerable re
venue.
But  whilst the    Bull River Power
e pain   will eventually do an em t
tonus business in the way nf supplying poWCI to the   Cn WS NOtfl mines,
there is. as previously intimated in
these columns, the prospect of the
early inauguration of a big Industry
iu connection therewith, the estab*
Itihmenl of an extensive pulp milling
plant As staled at Ihe time In the
Herald, there is an abundant supply
of excellent timber suitable ft r
pulp purposes avuilatolc on Bull River, ami with the abundant power
provided by the Bull River plant,
splendid facilities will exist for the
profitable handling of Ibis Industry
ofl an extensive scale.
certainly proved a capital exhibition
of boxing. The two preliminaries
were not of much account, although
the second, a three round bout between Hunt, a local man, and Street'
er, of Fernie, af/orded a lit of fun
Hunt is a game young boxer, and
although obvtoual) outclassed by
strceter, put up a rattling good
fight.
The La'itlei Lombard boul was
clean throughout Lauder had the
best < I it all through, and if be
could laud a reall) hard blow would
in
lit
-I
LAUDER GETS DECISION
LIVELY    TEN   ROUND   BOXING
MATCH AT THK Al'BITOR-
IUM LAST NIGHT
The hosing bout at the Auditorium
last night attracted a law crowd
The proceedings were of (he most
order Iv character ami ihe exhibition
of the manly art was of a very satis
factory nature.
The big event was the Lander Lombard ten round    bout     ami       this
have knocked Lombai
the  go.  Lombard Is
stager ami was Hi pn
hard light, having n
libs   by  a fall   down
cellar at Crows Nest
been working of lair
tuiiily makes a   tine
ring.    He is quick and activ
feet, dues smne   clevei stunt:
I out early
.i pretty
ii mm fnr     a
■nily broken his
And) Good's
where ho    has
Lauder cer-
hnwing in     the
on bis
with
his mitts, but lacks it ii king force.
THE FIGHT BY ROI Nits
Round 1 —Laudet lends, misses
right swing. Visions left hook
missed by Lombard Lauds mild left
to jaw, quickly followed by a soft
right hook. I.audit's right hoik
ducked by Lombard Lauder semis
right panch t se Lombard rushed him ti rope, where Lombard's
cleaner font work aids him, and with
a fine duck he regains n,c center of
ring slight Iv Winded Lauder a hit
wild.
Bound 0.—Laudei lends loft. Blocked hy Lombard's right. Lauder
sends k<hhI right and left swing to
ribs and head Lombard mslics,
landing haul light I k to libs Lauder lauds right and hit to inw
Round 3.—Laudei leads, hard right
swing to ribs. Lombard lands terrific right hook to bead, quickly lol
lowed by another Clinch by Lauder, Bight hook by Lombard
Clean right upper cut by Laudei
Lauder ducked two heavy swings by
Lombard and the round ended
j    Round   1 —Lauder    lands two light
leads       Luubard   tiiVil 1 ks. I.au
tier then sends left to bead and right
to ribs.
Round r>—Lauder leads Lands
three to ribs Lombard blocks good
right punch to nose Lombard rush
to eye Lombard mshes Lauder tc
ropes, ami    with good   duck regains
open
Bound  fl —Lauder    leads,   landing
light tn libs, left to head l.amlei
lands mild right up per nit Lorn
bard blocks left hook Lauder lands
hard tight swum to ribs Lombard
rushes. Ducked bt Laudet Lauder
sends straight poke to |aw.
Bound 7—After some feinting Lauder lands good left in jaw. qulckl)
followed by another. Clinch Lau
tier leads, bard left hook by Lombard
tn head.
Bound     s —Lombard     leads,     hut
countered by Lauder. Laudei leads
Clinch. Lauder leads, mix up. Lombard whilst rushing gets bard right
Imok ou jaw and drops tn the count
of seven. Lauder rushes, landing
light to head and harder to libs,
Round 0 —Lombard    looks    a bit
gmggy |.end by Laudei Lombard
heavy right uppereut blocked by
Lauder
Bound lit.—Lander leads some light
hits Lombard rushes Lauder to
ropes, good thick from right look ami
regains center More leads       b)
Lauder tu the end.
Laudei gets decision on points.
.Inn Bates acted as refene and D.
I. McSweyn as timekeeper
WILLIAM       JENNINOS      BR\ W
COMMENDS THK CANADIAN
GOVERNMENT      ANSI I
TIES SCHEME.
i ri i:
CO-OPERATIVE   GO\ Kl'A-
MENT
A prophet is a I thou I honoi in his
own country *■ with prophets, so
II is «ith the natural advantages
which a '■ lunlrj enjoys, and those
acquired advantages which are oh-
lalned under its laws and customs—
it niteii needs tbe eye ol the outsider
to dtsoovei th- striking benefits ,,f
smne Institution with which the
people are blessed
The earnest tribute iai-1 to tbe ".t
nsdlan Government Annuities byxtom
bj Mr William Jennings Bryan during his address to the citizens ol
rialt, (int , on Friday last should do
much to determine the question for
ibose who have not u-l taken ad
vantage of the system, the opinion
coming, as it floes, from one who has
made Ihe social problem a life si tidy
Ho is reported to have said: "1 have
foi veats been trying to figure ou1 a
similar scheme fnr tho benefit ol the
Citizens of tie t luted States, and I
cannot understand why every civilized
country doe.   not    follow  the       lead
of Canada ami encourage the people
lo put something bv lor the da) when
ihry will be t ild to work     This
is true peratlvc government," be
added While othet countries have
established pension schemes, w inch
an- but rstciisions of    I'm i Law Be
CALGARY EXHIBITION
The pri.'e list is now In the hands
ol exhibitors, and entries have al'
ready b«icun to arrive
Everything Is very busy at the
grounds in Victoria Park Supt. R.
.1 Burns has large gangs of men em-
i". ted ;.. ...>. ennstructlon oj the
■ ■ ■. paviitlon and stables for
which the ratepayers "f Calgary re*
cently voted 555,000.00
The parks board ot the city is ex-
pemline eight thousand dollars in
beautifying the park, and the result
will bt- a pleasant surprise to visitors
to \\<e exhibition
The new doc building is nearly
i-ompleu-d and the accommodation of-
fered bo dog exhibitors this year will
be far in   advance of previous years.
The alterations in the Administration building for the purpose ol making permanent offices at the park,
have deprived tlie fire and polite departments of their usual accommo-
latlom Thcv will be provided with
new quarte/s under tl# east end of
the grand stand
Th*- space In the Industrial building
and art building is practically all
spoken for. and the manager is be-
. j :■ leged with enquiries for space
for the usual supply of retreshmeni
stands and eating booths
The Canadian Fairbanks company
will exhibit in 'heir t.-nt on rnacbui-
erj row, a midget flout mil) In lull
operation grinding four anil a half
bushels <•'. Alberta wheal Into a barrel .-»{ flour ir. one hour Tlie mill
will he operated by a three horse
power engine Samples ol the (tour
will be distributed to visitors
The manager: is at present on a
trip to Toronto to Investlfjstc the
working ol the Parl-Mutuel betting
machines, six ol which have been
purchased bj the exhibition company
and will be In operation during the
races These machines will be used
this year on every flrst-elass tratk
on the continent, and the bookmaker
will soon in- but a memory
The lithograph being got out this
mi *■ ad'ertlst tht falj I one id
the trongesl evei Issued and is
bound to attract big attention It
;. being don.- right in Cslgsry, as
the management   has always adopted
the pollcj   of  getting all  supplies     hi
the w.-' whenevei it is possible to
do so sis thousand c pies ol the
banger will be distributed
The flags wliu h were mi popular a
feature ol the exhibition advertising
last vi .u an- being repeated this
year, and a small bundle has been
sent to nearly every school district
in the province for distribution to
the scholars. Vny teacher who did
not  receive a package can have    one
on application so long   as tbe srip-
ply lasts
"fine hundred
itors to the
the mark set
tors antl manager
as favorable as in previous years, It
is highly probable this mark will be
reached
The dates of the exhibition are
June 30th to July 7th
thousand vis-
1011 fair" is
hi the direC-
If the weather is
Frank Detail is   agent   ra
cmiuii'k mowers.
the  Mr THK   C'lfANIUtOOK    IIKltALI)
Pat. Burns, Cattle King
Knows a Good Steer and an honest Man when
He sees one.
(By Forbes    Sutherland   In Toronto
Saturdaj  Night)
The  east is not the only fplnce 1 ha I
millionaires come   from.    Out    wesl
they   have   theiu     loo. ami    it      does
nol   lake long   for      the wesl
day, a bond of scrawny, battered,
bruised and lame cattle were being
unloaded from a Canadian Pacific car
and driven limping Into a large pen.
li was shortly alter the bitter
weather    the west experienced at the
sprout them either, Ac. a matter I end of January and beginning ol*
of fad when a man commences lu | Felmmry. The cattle were a
amass wealth in lho prairie provln bunch of "drifters," That is to
ces he does ii like all his daily | say thej had been caught in a
chores—in u hurry, storm, had   stampeded, broken away
Pal   Burns, of Calgary, Is one    of j from   the main herd and the    range
these, li is less than fifteen years
since Pal acquired his fust large
siake Todaj he is a millionaire
mau\ limes i ut, Ihe biggest man.
heart, soul ami tank account bc
I ween Winnipeg and the ci asl. Mon
cy   makes sordid discussion ns ,i rule,
hut    let's, just    for tllll, see how       lie
got    it
First ol all. who is I'ai Hunts''
You don't know Pat in the ottst,
nol ai least as he should be
known, ami as the west knows him.
for Pal is a typical westerner nml
shy on publicity. Pal Burns i^
Hie cattle king, not baron nor Ion).
hui king. For he is the last ol
them and stands alone. lie owns
more cattle than you can count,
more grazing land than your eve
can sec across. While others like
ihe Cochrane, the Circle, lho Wnl
droii and the Hull ranches have been
forced to the mountains ami posl
hill hy the Btrlngs of barbed wire
and i lie homesteaders' invasions,
Pal has hung nn. lie's hanging on
still   and he's so   firmly   entrenched
now    thai  he's g I for another hull
died years al lensl Although Hi
Burns is typical It n westerner he
has not always lived on the prnil
i>- lie hails originally from Hie
district where millionaires are made,
namely      Kitklielil,    Ontario Sli
Donald Mann and James Ross come
from iheie Sir William Mackenzie
was a school chum. In his own
words, when asked if he knew the
president of she Canadian Noi th
ern: "Know him? Yes, sir, 1 know
him We 'rustled in our night
shins,' "
That was during Ihe school boj
days They wen- abort days foi
Bums, because his fa the i was a far
mer and needed lho lad lo help him
Ai Hie ngc of eleven he had Hindi
his In si  h nni nc s   transaction. li
was a rattle trade for his falhci
and   he made a profit.
With   the opening up of    Hie    vest
Bui us trekked io Manitoba, where
he homeslended. Strangely enough
William Mackenzie came along slim t
ly afterwards surveying the Caiind
i.tn Northern line. What did he do
bul drive a stake iu ibe corner of
Pal's quarter section ami call it n
station Pal sold nut ami went
to Brandon. Here he commenced In
earnest the total ion he had pit veil
so handy at as a lad—cattle trailing
Bui Hie real west railed and kepi
calling lie saw the country ami its
possibilities coming, ami in i SOU
moved to Calgarj The Kodtenayi
were just beginning to open up then,
settlers and miners were pom ing in,
ami beef was scarce, lie embraced
the opportunity ami sent in a
small bunch of cattle bv the Arrow
Lakes It was the foundation of a
trade which today supports seven
ty'slx distributing houses and retail
stores throughout Alberta and British Columbia
Those were the days when South
ern Alberta, from the Bed Beer rivet
to the Mniiiana border, was cssen
dally  a     cattle    raising    country
There were tin settlers and no fences,
and Ihe eat lie roamed at their own
sweel will over hundreds and bun
dreds of square miles. Spring and
fall round-ups were held at which
the various bunches belonging to Hie
ditieredi lunches were separated, ami
the new stock branded with the own
er's registered brand, Pal rode the
ranges with his punchers and herders lb- was a thick set. stock),
brood should,-led young man and a
might] hard rider You can hear
Ihe story around Calgary yet ol how
Pat's horse stepped in a gopher hole.
loping across Ihe prairie, and threw
him Both wrists were broken and
he was slope Despite ihe an
guisii ami terrible pain. lie
caughfl his pony, mounted, and rode
eighteen   miles to a doctor i
Some ascribe Mr. Buns' success in
Die fact that he is a keen Judge
of steels and ol men. others sa) II
is his absolute honesty and fan dealing His word is his bond. Even
today, with millions at his hack, he
pays spot cash He has almost been
known to refuse a meal which .bus
been ordered from the butcher or the
grocer and not paid for. It is an
Iron hound rule in his oilier that
even thing, even a short telegram,:
shall he prepaid. Pat Burns runs
no  bills.
But ask Pat himself for tho secrcl
f f  his success,     "Oh, I know a
riders ami drifted before tho wind,
numbed and   demoralized.   A     large
coulee .stopped them Some of (hem
fell over the sleep hank and
killed Others stood hall ci nsolotis
ai the brink ami froze. Some twi
hundred found a win to tin- bottom
and shelter M is a strange trail
of a steer's nature that, after he ha:
"drifted," he loses all tho sense o
responslbllltj In- over had ami nog
lects to feed. A passing Indian re
cognized   lho "N IL" brand, whipped
up his cat use. ami BCIlt wold lo the
main camp ol the Burns oil tilt.
Now cowpunchers as a rule, are in-
clined in h-t "drifters" look after
themselves, for < nee they have
finished drifting there is not
much worth looking after. Pat
Burns is different. As soon as lip
heard of il he ordered oul Ills
riders, had the hunch rounded up
neat the railway, and brought
lliem hack lo life for the rest of
Idem back lo life for tho rest ol
1 In- winter and they will make just
is good heel' in ihc spring, if mil
hei lir. as Ihc herds that have win-
leied nu the prairie. It's just u
little thrift.
Although Mr Burns docs not post-
as being cither a student or a critic
of the classics, he has a great admiration for any man possessed ol
education, "An education is an
easy load for any man to carry,"
rs the wai he himself puts it. Some
people iu the east may remember a
banquet which was given in Toronto
a yeai or so agi by the western
undergraduates of Toronto I'niver-
-ii\ President Falconer presided
and Mr. Burns, who was visiting in
the cost, was invited as a guest of
honoi After the president and several others had spoken, Mr. Burns
was called upon, lie rose ami hesitated. Then he said. "Youse buys
don't know what yer got here." He
meant education—-something they had
which il was ton late for him t
gel The H-ars stood iu his eyes
as lie said il. Mr. Hums is illiterate ami he makes no bones about
it. Still his signature, scrawled in a
heavy hand at Ihe bottom of a
cheque stands for more in tin- financial ami banking world than all the
educationalists in the country rolled
into om-. He misses the advantages
an early training might have
brought him of course, but bis
business acumen is in no way impaired. In fact what he has lost
in "hook learning" he has made up
for with a naturally keen intellect
ami a finely balanced judgment.
There was om- trip which Pat
Burns took over Into the
mountains     or   British      Columbia
which    will ever    he 'Memorable        to
nun It was customary for him
lo go over loaded ami come back
empty, as the freighters say. This
time ho was loaded both ways. He
brought steers for beef for the
miners ami carried hack a bride for
himself. She was Miss Kileen Ellis,
of Pentlcton, B.C., Ihc daughter of
an old timer, om- of (he first English settlers to take up laud in the
vat leys nf the mt un tains. Mis
I turns was educated iu England
and |rained lo he a nurse, and is
ono of the most graciously hospitable women one could meet anywhere Pat hasn't got through yet
wondering how ho caught her. When
vice-royalty, titled gentry or (anions
men   id either parly     stop of! al
Calgary ii is Mrs. Bums who does
tbe bom rs. oilier citizens and ciii
zenesses ol tbc cow town step aside
naturally. With her large inuring
ear. beautiful home, horses ami servants ^ht- is quite equal to the occu-
st, n Pat admires from a distance,
ami  his   snub-  shows  contentment
Illlike manj wealthy people we if
ii-ji hear about, Mr Burns' homo lite
is ,i paradise He has one child,
a son about hie years old, who
naturally will he one of the richest
kids in Canada. The vasl herds, the
grazing lands, the packing plants
t ('alga ry ami Vancouver, t he
twenty-six sti res In the mountains,
the large blocks nt real estate, ami
above all a fair name and a fat
bank   accounl will be his.
Pat does tint dabble in politics. He
Is vice-president of the Liberal as-
Boclation of Calgary to be sure, hut
he has his mind on his business
most of the time and litis little
ihoughl for anything) else. In fact he
has no hobbles, no   recreations, out-
good sleer and   nn honest man   when | si(|,.   nf i,js 0mcc m\ iliH |l0mD
I   see   one, I suppose," he will     say hen|       perhaps,      one might      call
laconically.     Then, if   you can     get   fnn.      Christmas     last     vear       lull little el< scr lo his  big heart,   and  f(lll.   Christmas       last     vear      go
it   is    not hanl lo gel close to this ,ire   five    hundw liars in   bills
gieat, noble   Irishman, he will aiisw-   (,,,,„   ,)„. eashier      Before he      had
er: "Thrift." Thai's   the secret    of ]CM   ih0    gate   of    his own stock-
It    He has saved his money. Villl|.;   |M.       had given awav       halt
oui   ut   tho Burns stockyards,    in nf It, nnd  he  wns going into    town I
the suburbs of    Calgary,    tho other  rn,   the express  purpose at spending |
2ah-buk       healed     baby's
souks.
Mrs. C. Partly, of 171) Seigneurs
St., Montreal, writes: "I cannot
tell you how thankful I am I'm' Hit-
cure Zam-lluk has worked In tho
case of my baby son. Ho was
troubled with scalp disease and I
tried everything I could think of,
but in vain. Finally 1 tried Zam-
Huk, I could see an Improvement
after two applications! After persevering with the /am Buk treatment
he is now completely cured. JSniii-
Bup is certainly ii wonderful halm,
and I shall always keep it on
hand."
Mothers should use /.am link for all
children's skin sores, ringworm, scalp
sores, cuts, dialings, bruises, etc.,
hecausi- of its great purity. Also
cures piles, eczema, bad leg, varicose
sores, etc. fiflc, box, all druggists
and stores.
'/.am link Snap gftc. 'ablet is host
for baby's hath and for delicate
skins
it   on i lie particular object.
Mr. Burns is a man whoso policy
is In nc! fnr the good nf the
country as a whole rat her than
for ihe benefit ol his business
alone. He has always believed
(Imt, In Hi us looking at things, his
business will eventually prosper all
the more. In this ho has been
right. He supports the ci utilry.
In the past lie tiled to encourage she ,ow settlers to conserve
their cattle. Today he preaches lo
the homesteaders,   tolling them    tn
keep a 1 th     of   cattle besides till
ing the soil. A bad year fnr crops
will come, he says, and the
litlle bunch or cattle will be
a mighty nice thing to fa'U back
upon.
For this, mid for many other
things! the west loves Pat. And
Pat loves the west and the
people in it, and if you don't believe
it just go there and get a grip
from that sturdy righl hand of his
and look in his race. You will sei
honesty of purpose, wise ami geiier
mis living, purity of thought am
life writ   there in large letters.
Fore soreness of the muscles whether induced by violent exercise or in
jury, Chamberlain's Liniment is ex
eel lent. This, liniment is .also highly
esteemed for the relief il affords iu
cases of rheumatism, Sold hy nil
dealers. W-l
Are You
Like This?
Tired all the time, not much
good for anything, hardly able to
drag around, just all run down.
If you are, we guarantee our VI-
NOL will help you. It has helped
many people around here who were
in this condition.
Now look here, just try one bottle of VI NOL, and if you are not
satisfied that it did you good, come
back and get your money. It will
be returned without question. That
is a fair proposition and shows our
faith in V1NOL, and that we do
not want your money unless you receive benefit.
We know what we arc talking
about because we have sold VI-
NOL for years, and have seen how
much good it has done among our
customers.
VINOL is not a patent, secret
nostrum, but an honest, tried and
true body builder and strength creator of world-wide fame, delicious
and easy to take. Come in today
and start your cure at once. You
take no risk.
CRANBROOK DRUG *V BOOK CO.,
Agents.
FOR OUT DOOR WORK
IN WET WEATHER
NOTHING) IQUALI
•fOWERj
WATERPROOF
CLOTHING
TOKIIPYOUDRV.
Mad* lor ft.nl rxrvk. and
runttMd watetinoof.
Bert Pctltr. Everywhere.
TOWER   CANADIAN   OILED
CLOTHING   CO.,  Ltd.
Torealo. Co.da. Ml
New Season's
WALL PAPERS
Just Arrived
Up-to-date  first-class
Paperhangers to hang
them.
B.   H.   SHORT
The Painter anil Decorator
Armstrong Ave
P.O. Box jj Phone ill
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I
Archie Waller |
Builder and     t
Contractor      1
Work' RiMiomlly i'i  ' '    ♦
■I Inlty. ' |
; Est'tnalcs   Freely (iiven.
P.O. box .MO
Cranbrook, B.C.
******«*-UO***********
Mrs. Arnold Wallinger
MEDALIST    OK     TllK   LONDON
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
TEACHER OP Till'. VIOLIN
Terms on application,
Address l\ 0. City
WATER NOTICE
1, Frauds   Downos,   ol Flagstone
in llio  province ol British Columbia.
give notico that ou the 2!)th day oi j
May, 1011, at eleven o'clock in tho
forenoon, I intend to apply to the
Water Commissioner at his Offlce in
Cranbrook, lor a license to take ami
use one cubic loot ol water per
second from Edwards Lake in tlm
Cranbrook Waler District. The waler
is to be taken limn Edwards Lake
al (he head ot the tlifch authorized
by Wafer Record 235, and is to he
used on west halt of the northwest,
quarter ol the southeast quarter of
laid 355, containing sn acres for Irrigation purposes.
Harvey, Mi-Carter and Macdoniild,
in at     Solicitors for tlie Applicant
Dr. de Van's Female Ptlls
A rdiubie Prencli rctfulalortnever fnlls, These
fiillu lire txccctliiinly tiouTiliil Iti H'KiilatltiK Hit:
(•mieriillvcpoitlDii nl tin- fiimnlu HVstcni. ■ .Muse
nil clietip iiiiitsilluiin. Dr. <l» Vtni'n nre anlii nl
Kin Imx, or three Inr.TlD. Mailed to uny address.
'I'll* Huobell Ilrui; Co,, St. »>itlu»i hie* 'Hit
For sale nt Boatle, Murphy & Co.,
NOTICE! OF MI'tiTNi
NOTICE is hereby Ltiv.-n tlml,
the Annual Uiniernl MeeUiiu, uf
tin1 shareholders ot
THE SOCIETY GlitL MINING COMPANY,
LIVITCD
will lie helil in the office ol the
Company, Moyie, li. ('.. pn
TUESDAY, JUNE 6,1911
at 1,30 p.m., for the purpose of
electing iliri .'lurs for the ensuing
yi-;ir mill llu- tnuisaetion of such
other business nn mtiy come before
the meeting.
•I. I'. FAR REM/,
IlMi Secretary.
DENTISTRY
Dr. H. E. Hall, O.D.S.
*••*>
Crown ami Bridge Work
n specialty.
Phone No. 2UQ     Armstrong Ave.
Cranbrook, B.C.
• FOR SALE CHEAP •
J 1 TAYLOR SAFE      *
- 20x30 front                 m
l 2 SILENT SALESMEN •
T Bight ft.                  T
• 1 McCASKEY ACCOUNTJ
• RECISTER •
• APPLY TO BOX "A," HERALD •
• OFFICE •
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t CRANBR00K-FERNIE       t
I     FARMERS' INSTITUTE •
♦ President : T. >. (in...
I       (Secretary: 8, Macdokald
I For Information regarding lands
• nnd  ugriunltnro   apply   to tlie
j Secretary. Crnnbrooit. It. l\
* Mooting -
J       Rvory second Wednesday
WATER NOTICE.
I, Simon Taylor, nl Prnnhrook,
lumberman, give notice thai on tho
1.1th ilaj ..i Juno, 1011, at cloven
o'clock in tin- forenoon, 1 Intend to
nppl) tn Hi,- Water Commissioner at
nl "iii., in Oranbrook f<>r n license
t<> lake iiml tlie our quarter nf a
cubic fm i nf water per second from
,i Btrcam on Lol 1502, near Vahk
station, mi tin- Craobrook Water Dis
trlct. Tlie water is in i„- taken
from tin- stream sotilh of the north
lino of I .ui 3 of a BOb-di vision of
Lot I50a, uml is to be used on Loll
1 nnd 8 rj a sub division of l.nt
1502, as shown on a plan prepared
hy .1. T LnldlaW, II.C.L.S. and dat
il  llh .Inly, 1010, fnr domestic pur
pOSOfl.
12-M Simon Taylor,
WATI3R NOTICE
I, Reginald s, Phillips, of Flag
si , iu tin- Province of British Columbia, give notico Hint on tbo 20th
day of May, ion, nt elovon o'clock
in the forenoon, I Intend to apply tn
tbo Water Commissioner nt his OHlcc
in Cranbrook, fnr « license tn lake
ami list- tit tec nihil- feet or water per
second from three springs rising on
sub-division one, of Lot 800 in the
Cranbrook Water District, The water
is lo bo taken from the said throe
springs and is to ho used on sub-division one <<( Lot 357, containing inn
acres, for Irrigation purposes.
Harvey, McCartcr and Macdonald
10-51    Solicitors for tbo Applicant
CRANBROOK LAM) DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF   EAST KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that Wilhemlna
Moss, of Cranbrook, B.C., occupation
Spinster, Intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lauds:
Commencing ul a post planted al
the southeast corner of Lot 0801,
Group One, thence south 20 chains,
more or less, to the north boundary
of Lot 1831; thence westerly along
said boundary seventeen (17) chains,
more or less, to the west boundary
of Lot 8111, thenco northerly along
said west boundary a distance of
twenty (20) chains, thence east seventeen (1") chains, more or less, to
the point of commencement, containing thirty-five (35) acres, more      or
less.
Wilhemlna Moss, Locator.
Per .1. Walsh, Agent.
Dated April 8th, 1011. 8-flt
68 YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Maiiko
Denarii
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th>tl!.*|flt'Of-i'.il.l:.ViitSiJ. H.lMlJlirj3K()!ll':,:.'..l.
■cut (no. ni,it-it tiifpii.-jr fur iHN.uriiiti trrUi-u..
I'atciiti Ukeq tliMuzh Mic.m A i.'u. ni-Li^*
ii-ivlnl '■ti,,. Kit h ml chnruo, In lb*
Scientific American.
A honilKurilr lliii«tr.t«t Wfr-kl?. laftmt Hr-
iilslinn nt mil- m-.i-iiliii.' J.iuii'.il. liriu.i fur
till ut». £17'. i. J'-.ir, lveU.tr j.n ,...,,,. >ultl 1,}
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llr«ti<-.i Oniiu, U£> Y H.. WualilDtiluii. II U
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Mrats. (jjj
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ill Si'iiiimi. ®
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East Kootenay
Butcher Co.
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The Old P. Wood's      |
Business. ®
CENTURY RESTAURANT
O|i|io8lto c.l'.ll. tftiiiioii
THK     PLACE     TO      OUT     A
QUICK MI'lAL ANI
GOOD MHAL
ROOMS TO RENT.
lli'iuli|iiarli'i'H I'm- nil  kinds nf
rtopnira
Sntinfjirtiiiii (iiitir'iiiti'ril
JOE   MARAPODI
Thu Slmi' Spi'i'iulisl.
Provenzano & Sacco
General Merchants
Employment Agents
CRANBROOK     -     B. C.
P. 0. BOX 1S4 PHONE 244
II yuo  want satisfaction with
your washing   send
it  to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Special priceo (or family work.
THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hotel
ItooniR witli Hut lis.   M'lione in
evory room
Barber Shop on tin* premteeo.
Thoroughly iip-to-d»te(
Rates, $2.00 a day and up.
GEO. I'. WKl.l.s, Proprietor
B. TOMKIN, Malinger
TheLONDON DIRECTORY
(ITIU.IMII-'l)   .iNXt'.M.LVl
Ktiiil'i«-.-t uuilvii1 llirougliout the world
to ruiiiiiiniiii'aiH direct with   Bngllsl
MAKUFAOTUKKUH nml DEALKKH
in eucli clniu ft goodi. Beatdefl belag
n coinpleta comnierrlal guide to London nml its BtibiirbB, ilu- directory
, contnlnfl lifis of.
K.KI'DItT   MEKCHANTS
wiili  tin- Ooodfl  llieyalilp, nnd   tin
Ooluula) uml   Foreign  Mnrkt-'tn itit-y
supply |
STEAMSHIP   LINES
arranged under ilu* 1'oits towliicli tliey
-ai l, and Indlcutlng the approximate
Balliuga;
PKOVINOLVL   TRADE   NOT10KH
of leading Mannfitcturera, Merchant
etc., In the principal provincial towns
and Industrial centres «>( the United
Kingdom.
A copy of tin1 curront edition will be
forwarded) freight paid, on receipt »f
Postal Order for 20s.
Dealers seeking tgenclcs can advertise their trade cards forUOi,, or lurgif
advertisements from 60s.
The London Directory Co., Ltd.
25 Abcburch Lint, l.tinJun. E.C.
THE BEST PLACE
T0JAT
AltVUI Un- lli-tt tjimlity nml
(itilfk S.-1'vl.-o. lltwitifsM Mi-ii'h
Lunch.   t)|M-nl)ayiinil Kiitht.
VICTORIA RESTAURANT
.1. BARAOUCni. PROP.
OPPOSITE DEPOT.
Hotel Coeur D'Alene
Spokane, Wash.
A NEW AND
MODERN
HOTEL
[KUttOPKAN)
A modern equlppot) t'nfeat moderate
prices
li.itff 11.00 nml up per tiny
Corner of Howard St, and Front Ave,
Our Im- moots all trains
The Coeur D'Alene Company
I'llill'lltKTOttH
J. C. Callahan, Mgr.
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS,
Any available Dominion LantU
within tin- Railway Uclt in llritisli
Columbia, may im liumcstcatled by
uny person who is the sole beat] of a
family, or any male over Id years of
age, to the extent of one-quarter
section of ltiO acres, more or less.
KnUy must he made personally at
the loi-al land office fur tbo district
in winch the laud is situate. Entry
hy proxy may, however, he made on
lit tain conditions by the father,
mother, son, daughter, hrolher 01
.sister of mi intending homesteader.
The homes leader is icipiircd to per
for, the condition! connected therewith under one ol tliu following
plant:
(I). At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each vt'iir (nr three y<nis.
(9). If the father (or mother, il
the father is dereased), ol the
homesteader resides upon n (aim m
the Plclntty of the laud entered tor,
thu requirements us to residence may
In- satisfied by such person residing
with tlie father or mother.
(•'!). If the settler has his penuan-
ent residence upon farming luml own- j
ed hy him in the vicinity of bis
homestead, the requirements as to
residence may he satisfied hy resld
enee upon tlio suit! laud.
Six months' notice In writing
should he given to the Commissioner of Dominion I.amis nt Ottawa of
intention to apply for patent.
COAL.—Coal mining rights may be
leased for a   period    of twenty-one
years at an annual rental of SI   per
acre.     Not more   than 2,570   acres
shall he leased to nnt- individual    or
company.    A royalty   nt the rate ot
five cents per   ton shnll he collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W, W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister   of   the   Interior. 29-Mt
Dated March 1Mb, 1011. 4-lt
•eSBHaMBffMBffHMtfSMHISlWS.
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|     PKOFRSSIONAl. CARDS     g
I          u
■MBS9sasss>«sasiasKa«annsncn
W. F. QURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
Money to loan on favorable tonne.
URANUROOK.BItmml  COI.IJHIU.
HOME HOSPITAL
Kvory cars nml comfort
A lioino from homo
Special attotilion in cares ol
Miitorntly, lllioiimallBin
uml rnunmoiiia
Tonus moderate
MRS, li. HKNT, Matron,
I'D. llul I'll.mi. -J-.'l
DRS. KIINti & GREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Dflli', si ftnlil.se,   Arin.tioni   ....
omen HlinilM
Forenoons - - - ■ nun in in no
Afternoons - - - 8.00 tn   ,.00
Evenings - - - - 7.mi to  *M
Suinlnyn . - - - -.mi to   I 311
ORANBROOK :i    :i :i    H. O,
J. w. itirri.Kixii:
VBTERINAKV SUKPBON
Oruilunte   nl   Ontario   Vutoriiino'
I'nlli'K.'. Toronto, in I80S
Orailunl il Mnlnlll.1 nl McKllllp'g
Veterinary Oull^Ri.  Clilniuo.
In   111 II
Nina year, exii^riftice in I'oterlnnry
lirnotlceln Manitoba
Office—next dour lo Poll Office
Phone I.M      ■      P.O. Hot III
Niiilii rail — II. II. Bbort'. IMdouc.
OK. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   IfOtiltS:
9 to i'i a.m.
1 to   0 p.m.
7 to   ft p.m.
Office In new Iteiil lllnck
URANBHOOK -       -       • B. O,
BC. LAND SURVEYORS
McVITTIE    &    PARKER
Oranbrook ami Fort Stcelu
IRRIGATION AND RAILWAY WORK
A SPECIALTY
|   J. d. CUMMINOS   i
IKKIU.TIIIN ENQINBBK
' DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL
SURVEYOR
\ND J
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J. T.   LAIDLAW
MINING  ENGINEER
B.  C.   and  Surveyor
CRANBROOK     -      B. C.
Ask for Halcyon LITUIA WATER
For family use there if nntliin^
Bo v.'boloi<oiue ami en pure a.
HALCYON I.ITIIIA  WATER.
SOf.O AT ALL BARS
ITS UOIUED AT Till: SWINGS
DE VERII  HUNT
INBUHANOE AND  REAL  ESTATE
AUENT
flan tnovoil liisOlflce ftotn llsltoi strocl
to N'oilniry nvenuo, nest iluoi
to lliuniiij.'!. Photo Minlio.
w. R, DMtty, Kill...,.i nn
CrantinMik II. II.
WATER NOTICE
I, Francis Downos, nl FltujsUrii
tlm   I'rovlnco of   British  t-ohiii
give notice tln\l un lho lOIti tiny
May, mil. ul eleven o'clock in
liiiononn, 1 in,.-ii.l   to .ipplv In
Water Coinmisslonri al In i Offlri
t'runliinnli for a liccaso lu tako
use two nml   ono ball cubic lit I
waior  pit    secant]  from   Ettw
Lake lu Ibe Cranbrook   Water
trlct,    Tbo  wafer   Is  to be t
frum Eilwanls bake al   Ilia luail
the ililib   autlinrlT.cil   by Water
cord 2:i*> nml  is to be used i u   (
division 'I, of Lol 35B, contaltilng
acros lor Irrigation purposes.
Harvey, McCnrlcr nml nlacdonald
lu 91     Solicitors lor tbo Appllci
ASSAYEK
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E. W. WIDDOWSON, ASSAYER
ANI) OHEMIST.-Cbargcs: Ootd,
silver, copper and lead, Jl oach;
gold-silver, Jl ..Ml; silver-toad, JI.-'iO;
gold-silver, with cupper nr lead,
S2.B0; zlnr, $2; SlIvor-lcnd-T.lbC, j:i.
Prices for other incl.ils on nppllcu-
tion. P. O. Ilos CO., 1100, Nel-
k>, B. 0. ,1 tl TUB   OKA'S KliUOK    II Kit A 1.1)
News of the District
7»7»*M<K£
Written by Bright Correspondents
■s»*j^^rsBsfl ^ssj>as.sj>.sj>sjBssssjr^>VNas«a«^(^^
dllTerenccB Ihat cannot bo Bottled by
diplomacy shall be referred to the
Hague Court of Arbitration. This
clause is qualified, however, to ex-
clntle from its operation matters
that ailed (be "vital Interest, Independence, or honor or the two
countries," and mailer* that concern the Interests ol third parlies.
When  diplomacy fails the matter in
dispute  "shall   he     held  ill  ahetance
under continued amicable relations,"
while the representatives of the
two countries are being selected to
roach a settlement through the
Hague tribunal.
BAYNES LAKE
(Special correspondence).
Mr. II. Adolph has returned lo
Brandon after a short visit al Hie
home of his parents.
On tlie occasion of (lie mooting of
the directors of the linker Lumber
Company Mr. and Mrs. (', I). McNflb
entertained a large party of friends
from Craubrook nnd surrounding
places. Dancing was tlio program mo
for the livening and everyone had a
splendid lime.
A largo number from here are
planning on celohratlng with Klki
on the :11th.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Waller Robertson
were ItayucH Lake callers mi Sat tu
■lay.
The Kootenay Itivcr l.nud u itipany
is si ill lidding lo its- force of loams,
plowing and planting for their sol
Hers.
Mrs. S. .! Morrow was a Pernio
visitor during Hie week'.
The "general" mooting ol tho Ladles Whist dub was n grand success.
Delicious refreshments were served
and everyone bad a very pleasant
evening. The laities' first prize wont
to Mrs. Walter Robertson, while
Mrs. Anderson got the consolation.
Col, I'yne has a fine piece of his
land plowed and ready for planting.
Mr. A. E. Arnott bought a work
team from Mr. R. Hirty, of Klko.
The Kootenay River Land company
has a large number of men and teams
clearing and plowing two hundred
and fifty acres of bottom land. They
are camping right on the ground and
tho work is being pushed rapidly.
WARDNER
(Special correspondence)
Mrs. Peter llerie spent a few days
in Cranbrook last week.
Miss Verna Kmbrcc left on Monday last to spend a short time with
friends in Slocan City.
■ Mr. (irubb, representing the Hamilton Powder company) was in town
on business Thursday last.
Mr. Frank Dawson, of Stoliart ami
Sons, Winnipeg, was in town Thursday. This was Frank's last trip tor
the firm, as he intends going into Hie
real estate business al Medicine
Hal.   Success, Vrank.
Mr. Rant/, arrived home Wednesday
last. He reports business as wry
quiet in Uncle Sam's country. They
are all beading for Canada—(1 oil's
country.
Mr. ('has. Marries is away on a
prospecting trip up the Hull River
country. Here's that you may strike
a gold mine Charley*
'Mr. (Hit Becker has commenced
the erection of a now residence on his
nst rich ranch.
Mr. (i. F Jones, on his woj
through wilh a carload ol horses
from Cranston, Mum , to Hermlnton,
Oregon, list a suit case ot veryvaln-
able papers, supposed to be taken oil
the ear at Warthiei, when Mr. .tones
anil Hieconmietor went to the Unit
fur water, on ihe arrival ot    Uh eai
here about eleven O'clocS Moud.n
Ittghl  last.    \o elite
Mr Rankin, chief tie Inspector foi
the C P R , was iu town TluiMii.it
last
Mr. Kant: was in Cranbrook Thuts
day last
Mr li. \ (iiven, our popular st.i
lion agent, has been appointed ogenl
at High River, vita . and leaves toi
Ihat (Hunt as soon as his
arrives. We all will be very sortj
lo li ose such good citizens a
and Mrs (iTccn, and we wish
all kinds of guceess in thcli
home.
Mt II II I Intuit spent a
flats tn LcOlbrtdgO last week
Mr. and Mis Heiic and chl
Ciatibii ok, aie visiting nt
IV   Iterlc's in   town   for a      short
I line
Mi. (ir.iliatii. V    BurM and om
pain's representative from Cellar)
was in town  last  week
There was q meeting ol the Employees club and lilnaiv ,n Thtirs
■lay, Maj W Tl* olTlccrs elected
fm the ensuing yew wen-: President,
Mr F M Steams; treasurer, Mi. Is
M \ McDonald, secici.ii,, \h II
E   Maikle      II  was moved and     sec
muled that present holders ol books
be requested to reliirn same at once
so that tbe se. ictan can check up,
with a view of exchanging tor n new
sol (let (he books lu, boys and
girls.
Mr. Ed. El well, of Cranbrook, was
a visitor in town last Friday.
Ml. Swanson, of Mntiistce, Mich ,
arrived in town Friday. He has joined tbo C.N.P.L. eompani's t like
staff.
Mrs. R. A. Green was n visitor to
Cranbrook Saturday.
Mr. Peter Lund loft for I.undbreck
on Tuesday.
Mr. Fred Pensnn, of -Inffray, was in
town Tuesday.
Wm. Owen, diet at the C.N IM..
rompany, Galloway, spent Sunday in
town.
Mr. McQunrrle, of McUnunn, Mr-
FeHy ami Co., Vancouver, wns In
town Monday.
Mr. Hartley, organl/er for lho C.
0. F , Ih spending a few days in
town.
Mi
them
new
Mi
Messrs. Sheppard and Speaker, of
Jntfray, spenl Sunday last in town.
Mr. Fred Burgess spent Sunday in
Cranbrook,
Mr. Tve, of the Kootenay Central,
was a Clan h ii ink visitor Satnuday.
Tlie baseball game on Sunday between Galloway anil Ward nor resulted in an easy win for Wardncr.
Seme Ifi lo l Wiitdner made sis-
teen hits. (iulh way made tour
hits      Nome run Wardncr, Ltimlbom.
Dr. Mattel's Female Pills
EIGHTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD
Proscribed and recommended for women's ailments, a scientifically pro-
pared remedy of proven worth. The
result from their uso is quick ami
permanent. For sale ai all drug
stores. :; toDolS
BULL RIVER PALLS
(Special   correspondence),
Geo, hi Henderson, president ol
ihe compnny, was called to Own
bit tik lasl week on business pertain
lilg In Ihe interests of the company.
l*n f. Richardson, of Fori Steele,
called on us lasl Thursday and on
Friday visited his iron proposition
up the river, but found aftor arriving
in the vicinity of the claim thai the
was al such a depth that he
was unable to reach ii. He was accompanied by II. II. Henderson.
A number of the hoys in camp are
determined to secure a bear, and
have pitched their tent and are at
present camped in the mountains,
and have resolved to remain then1
until they have in their possession a
real hriiiio.
Harry Henderson, wife and mother
drove in Wardncr last Sunday t(
witness a ball game between Galloway and Wardncr teams. Tlie game
an earnest contest all through,
and at tlie final wiudup the tallies
stood fifteen to three in favor of
Wardncr. The result can he partially credited to Hie pitcber, notwithstanding the "windy" conditions.
Billy Jlatcs, whe has been in Cranbrook for some lime, returned tn
camp last Saturday, gnd will at once
begin operations on the Carpenter,
Barber, and Hates placer claims.
Conditions are promising and we
hope tn see these gentlemen reap a
great reward for their investment
ami labor during the season.
♦
MOYIE
(Special correspondence)
A meeting will be held hero Thursday evening for the purpose of discussing the proposition of having a
celebration in Movie nn Dominion
Day. If a celebration is held in all
probability it will he held in the
town, and not at Aldrldge park, as
has been Hie custom for several
years past. There is some money
left over from last year's celebration,
and it is believed a good amount
can   he added t<> it for this year.
\ B, Stewart, who has conducted
a cigar and tobacco store in Moyic
for several years, has disposed , f his
.how cases and nyist t f Ills slock to
;!. A Smith, who runs the posl ol
lice store. Mr. Stewart will leave
for the coast next month in search of
a new toeatU n.
A good strike is reported in the
t. Kuflcnc mine The full extent of
the ore body is yel unknown, but
there is enough In light to Insure
several months' work There is no
longer any talk of the close down ol
iii-- lot, property,
i: V Smith has taken a nloetj
il.n option nn the Guindon group of
claims nn the west side of Etfoyfo
lake These rlaims bine been f;.irh
wi-u developed and the showing is
iv encouraging. ^
I!   Campbell, one oi M* yie's leading
merchants, has |usl completed the
organization ol .t companj to take
net len square miles of timbei 11m-
.t\ adjacent to [vttcbencr The
prlnclkal stockholders along with Mr
principal stockholders along with Mi
Calgary, ami .lames Burgess, of Kit-
ih.-ni'i \ sawmill will be operated
iitil an aerial nam will be bull I to
:'olive\   Hie |0(S tn tbe mill
mains a highly im
Ibis
the
the
par-
un-
TEXT OF PEACE TREATY WITH
AMERICA
BRITAIN     \\D    THE     UNITED
STATES AGHF.F TO AVOID
WAR.
Progress has    been    made a long
at   towards  the conclusion  of     the
ibiltatimi, m  peace Irmly which Is
being negotiated between Great- Hrit-
n nml the Untied Stntes. The
•vl of the treaty, as provisionally
agreed upon, shows that the instrument Is of a far-reaching character.
The preamble contains llu- following
•xpressinn of the desire to avoid
war:
The governments of the Cnited
States and Groat Britain, finding It
advisable and hfimnne, l< settle all
difteroiid-s which may arise in the
future without resort tn force lu
>rder lo preserve- order and peace in
conformity with existing arbitration
treaties   and   understandings, hereby
agree to consider and enforce n
settlement of all questions involving
Hie vital interests, independence, and
honor of Hie two blgh contracting
parties by means of arbitration and
, -nee, under such conditions, and for
such periinl of time, as shall hereinafter be fixed."
Tbe  litkl nn tion provides that all
Section   four ti	
poll ant    clause,      It   runs as    follows:
"During    the   operation    »f
treaty  the United states    nn
one  side and Great Britain on
Other consent       lint tn become
ties to any convention, treaty
tiers landing, or alliance with any
power nr powers except by consent
nf  ihe other,"
Disputes which go to arbitration
are lo be put before tbe court by
plenipotentiary commissions'. The
British commission shall be appointed
by the King, and the United States
commission by tho President, Both
appointments shall be subject to the
confirmation oj the respective governments, which shall ratify the sit
tings and findings of the high arbitration commissions.
Section nine ordains that:
"It is agreed that all differences
not affecting tbc vital interests,
dependence, and honor of either ot tbc
two contracting states Shall be submitted to the permanent court of
arbitration, in accordance with the
existing arbitration treaties not superseded ,|)y ibis agreement, and that
the two governments will observe the
stipulations of such treaties av may
concern    the subject in dispute."
Sections ten and eleven have far-
reaching effects with regard to the
framing of arbitration treaties with
other countries, and as to the duration and termination of the Anglo-
American treaty in particular. They
are as follows:
'•i-oclion 10 Both the high ivn*
ttactfng parties arc at liberty to
agree to   arbitration    treaties under
BEALE
&
ELWELL
Real Estate and
Insurance
CRANBROOK
A Few of Our
Offerings:
5-R00MED COTTACE
Water ami electric light, on Wall
Avenue, in perfSot condition.
$750.5-0
$100.00 cash uml $86.00 iier month
will liny this
2-STORY 6-ROOMED
PLASTERED HOUSE
On Pooloy Avenue, including II
lots nicely rleanil.
PRICE $1,050.90
TVriim enn lie iirrntipil.
6-R00M PLASTERED
COTTACE
On Cranlirook Street, opposite the
school
$900.89
$.-.00.00   Cash.  Iwlmico monthly
payments
1
I these terms     with any oilier govern-
[ments, in    which case belli the high
contracting parties shall be bound it
tho new treaty."
"Sect on II. The present treaty
shall go into effect Immediately upon
ihc signing in duplicate, and II shall
remain in operati i Bn indeterminate period, although it may be
terminated at the enil of evert
lilth year from 11 p date of sign
ing upon six month notice from
the government desiring to withdraw."
2-STORY RESIDENCE
rell Avenue, all
louts; 3 lots, cln
$2,260.09
Oil Harwell Avenue, all modern
improvements; 3 lots, choice loca-
tluji
FRANK DEZALL
GarrieB n full Block of
DEERING MOWERS AND
RAKES
iiM.i
MCCORMICK MOWERS
Repairs for above nhvuya
in stock
[WE GUARANTEE ALL TITLES
TO
SEE MY STOCK
AND
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I COMPARE MY PRICES ;
"Before beudiug your money t*
*to outside  points, mid run-*
* iiinj;ilii- risk of your orders f>
* 1 winy; other than whal you ()
•D really wanted, or being do- *>
IHuyed on tlio road. Wiioii I ft*
4 can supply you >
* PROMPTLY  *
J with ANYTHING   in the*
«ime "' »
«. Music or _
« Musical Instruments ,»
«    THY IT Jf.ST ONOJ3.    *
• CEO. D. INGRAM •
_ SIISIC nKAI.I.'ll, NEAR *
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SEASON nut
ROB ROY
(18(11) 61171
PERCHERON STALLION
Will stanil ni my ranch at
Wnnlner. B. 0.,
Every Saturday, funday
and Monday
Ami at Mr. Sohtul's, Bull
River District,
Every Wednesday and
Thursday
This horse is well lirotl
uml built. \\ i'l, lots of power
uml clcnn bono, Weight
between KlOOtbantl 170011).
Mures bred by season or
insure foal nl owner's risk:
but every cur.' will lie exercised.
S. J.   HARRISON
Proprietor 14-tf
THE LIMIT l\  ECONOMY
illi.il  tin
tin
"Tlml    un
iluy whs tun      	
"Mow so?"
"llr left instriielioiis tlm! Iii
brass tloor-plnte should !»■ tskp
ill wn uml screwed in Ills colfin lid '
—Ex.
you going, Johnnie'
lho li.l,rllli-lll   to wi
"Nn j n I.    Johnnie     Vim
Irani enough bad langunsp Irom ii lu.
boys   "ii   ilu- stirri   without getting
within hrarin, dlsl  ol your papa
whi ii Im i   fixing tin* fmiiiii'i'."
I'llONK :i4n
I!U\ 'Jiu|
CRANBROOK PLUMBING
TINSMITH & HEATINIi CO.
Twenty*!,V6 years' practical QXperi«nc«,
Five yftir.H impsctor ol nulBanccs-
Plumbing and Betvago Expert foi Swindon—-30,000 population,
REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Everything in 'Jin uml Bheol Iron rnsilil
loonier
BLOWER SYSTEM AN0 MINE VENTI-
LATINC EXPERT
lint Air Furnaces,    Hot  Watei  sutl
Sit'nin Boiler,
HS'l'lMATHS GIVEN
W. F. JOHNSON & SON
Proprietors
HANSON AVENUE, OBANBHOOK|
"AT IT HERE siflCE 1900','
fi
you WORK.
MrTKEWUHPiiiii£y
WORK TOO.
BiPenumnsM'iijifvifky)
with us Tfft> vviii. fitfin
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WtCREPfTMOnTIID :
rirtPMonF/JisfiinuRn-
iiBteoffDCMftnp
ow ciRRy it.        '
PEOPLE JUST lis GflREFW.
/HWCf1IJT/0l)4rl5
youcrtUBE,
mtw\i- rwmv.
m THOROUGtlLy
SATISFIED.
WITH TOE \WyitiVffllUI
our Business is
TR/tlttrHTEP-i') auSiriESS
rMriPkf«ep ay people of
NflTrjREPEVPERIEfKil!
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wttifTionPTi.yflRi.iowu
ruu-mroRn/irioN.
WRITE TOM
SMotiLPyotittiiveririy
PINrlNCMI. BUSINESS IH
MMMUVER'-WINiry,
REMTSTOCOliECT.
miwtrmmtou*'
MORTCrlGESTOTO/l/TES
AMPCOU-EGT.
riREirtsiiRfifiCfiTOPkiiif.
LET US rlTTBIIP TO IT
WEflRBPLErlSirtG
OTHBRs wettnu-BB sine
TO PLEASE yOO.
ttlfimbiiiStnet,
SEAL OF ALBERTA   1 :e Faultless Flour - makes bread that is perl
even   in quality.    Sometimes   \
•! bread where one loal
edly different from another . .
ne pan,    Conditions were exact!
ia'.n?.   It was made from the
It  seemed to ycu  t!:at  thf
possibly be any difference, ai
plain to be seen.    Now  all  thi
from a difference in the milling, bl
OF oALBERTA is milled in si;. .
that there is absolute uniformity throu I
out the whole product of our mammi   .
mills from one year's end to the 0
That is, it is a  detv-end il
flOlir.     It   can   be   trusted   ti
part     Therefore,   be   sure   you   a
SEAL  OF tALBERTA.    There
ether quite so good.
■-Twin.
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I Special Sale of
FERTILIZER
$2.00 per Sack
THIS WEEK ONLY
P. BURNS & CO., Ltd. j
ORANBROOK -        B. (.'.
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ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
Inmrpnritli'il  1 *■«'
HHAI) OFFICI!      -     MONTREAL, QUEBEC
Capital Paid Up $6,200,000 Reserve $6,900,000
Total Assets. Over $95,000,000
II. 8. HOLT, Proaltleot      K. L. PBABE, Oenonl Ma>iaK«r
/fteoQntiof Firing,Oorporatlotiinnd lodlvldntli ■olicltsd.
Out-of town bmlneii recelvti every attention.
8AVING8 DKIMItTMENT-DepoiltBol $1.00 nml npwanli received
mul [nteretl allt>wi>il at current rate.  No formality nr delay in
withdrawing,
A tii'iicijl ttitikiim l!n«iii!'.'«Mtriiiir.iici,'.l
Cranbrnok Branch: D. D. Mcl.AW S, Manager
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LLC, D.C.L., Pnr.sior.nT
ALEXANDER  LAIRD. Gtr.£.»L Manager
CAPITAL - $10,000,000
REST, - S7.000.000
THE SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of Si and
upwards, on which interest is allowed at current rates, There is no
delay in withdrawing the whole or any portion of the deposit. Small
deposits are welcomed.       » 234
Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more pcr^ns, *° be
operated by any one cf the number or by ihc survivor. A joint account
of tbts tdoct saves expense In estabfisbtng the ownership of the money
•after death, and is especially useful when it man dt-lres to provide for
his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of his death.
R. T.Brymner, flanager Cranbrook Branch
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I RETURN OF THE FAVORITE |
The Show that's Different
will Exhibit at
I CRANBROOK
\   MONDAY, MAY 29
ONE DAY ONLY
♦ Two Performances, at 2 and 8 p.m.
t AL.   G.  BARNES'   BIG   3-RING
: WILD ANIMAL
jCIRCUS
300 Performing Animals
300 Animal Actors
RUSSIAN BEARS RIDING ARABIAN STALLIONS
♦ I?
30
GROUPS OF SAVAGE BEASTS IN
SALUTATION
30
HERDS OF ELEPHANTS AND ARCTIC S'rA LIONS
Twice as many  Performing Animals as last season
LIONS, TIGERS. ZEBRAS, LEOPARDS, PUMAS,
JAGUARS, in Big Steel Arena, under tbc direction
of Famous Male and Female Trainers
HIGH SCHOOL HORSES, DOGS, PONIES, MONKEYS.
BABOONS AND A HOST OF NEW FEATURES
TWO BANDS MONSTEK TENTS
SPECIAL TRAINS
Free Street Parade at 10.30 a.m., Rain
or Shine
CRANBROOK, MONDAY, MAY29
1 ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦* UK A JS BROOK MJfiKALU
CRANBROOK HERALD
By the Herald   Publishing Company,
V, J. Deane, Managing Kditur.
CKANBK00K.B.C. May 25,1
Electric Restorer for Men
 12—— to its priiper tension ; reitorei
I Utiilay. l't'(!iii;itiitti(Jt.'cny nml nil stixnal
'.',.■ -j averted at once. Phoapliouol will
,,,,.,. i..nn iii'winnii. I'tlcejaulmit.nrltt'fi lut
IIS M illcd t'.:iiiv»'l«lffs-«. TliBMcubvll llrug
Co,, HI. t 't.tli»i hien. Out.
For sale at Beatlo, Murphy & Co.,
facturo when possible, ami in any
case musl be manufactured WITHIN
tho British empire.
EDITORIAL NOTES
The passogc ol tl«' sow-crago hylan
by such un omphalic majority can
certainly bc regarded as an unqiinli-
lii'ii bli'ssinu. Nol only ilurs ii ensure speedy betlormcnt In 1,.t-..] sanitary conditions, bill il means a large
expenditure ol  i»'i ivilhln llic cltj
ai a ii  when 11 will servo n particularly useful purpose. Owing i"
the strike In tho Crows Nest cool
fields, ami Ihe consequent cessation
ul operations ai several ol the sniel
tors, Uto lain r mnrkel was In an;
thing hui a hopeful condition Now,
however, \wili lho big sewerage
winks In lie started right nun) there
will In- a sjood lieiiiaiiil lor a cer
lain class nf labor, As 11 matlct ol
lacl, (ruin a labor standpolnl, con
ilitiinis were novel brighter in Cranbrook. Tbe extensive building operations already underway and those
shortly to bo Btarted will afford
steady, ImkIi paid labor in a large
number ol skilled workmen Im a long
period. When labor Is steadily em
ployed all other classes ol Ihc com
inanity benefit.
Mninst equalling in Importance Ibe
fai'i tluit Hit* sewerage system will
sin n be underway,   Is Ihe   announce
in,'iii Hint   wo mi' able t oko in
day thai work mi the new Domin
inn government public building will
be started within lho iii-M few
weeks, Upwards "l SIS.MIO have
been appropriated    fm tins building,
and, jinlirini: by II Inhorale    plans
and specifications, thai Bum will imt
cover the cost. Elsewhere in ibis
issue we publish n cut ol Ibe build
ing, showing the Ni rluirv avenue
rro.il. 11 will be seen thai tlio new
biilHling is 1" be a handsome slim-
lure architecturally and a substantial
me withal. There has been a grcol
ileal nl delay in the final calling fm
lenders, but thai is now a thing ol
Ibe pasl. The lenders are railed im
aid' Hie eonlrnel will ho awarded
early next in, nib.
Tbe Herald lias received from tin
Bureau nf Provincial Inlormatlnn a
copy ol Bulletin No in. devi led to
the t'lilaiiiliia-Ki.iitenay Valley, nml
Idling iii a very Interesting ami
entertaining manner, both by lottci
press and Illustrations nf the re
sources and capabilities nf Ihat great
district,   im aaotber occasli n       we
shall lake   pleasure ill referring1 n	
al length tn tbe contents nf Ibis ad
iiiiiiilile pamphlet, nn this occasion ii
musl suffice tn quote tho lollowing
Imin tbe Introductory chapter:
"This lu.ble valley, practically unknown save in iis few Inhabitants,
contains two-thirds mure cultivable
laud ami much more timber ami pas
lure than Switzerland, ami in
addition possesses a wealth nf miner
als which is wholly lacking in the
Swiss Republic. Yet Switzerland
suppnris a population nf 3-,500,n0ni
and produces annually over two mil
linn bead nf live-stock, besides large
quantities nf butter, cheese, grains.
Iruits and vegetables, while her se. u ]
ne IniliKs in 1110,600,000 vcnrl)
from liuiiisls. mountain climbers,
buiilers end invalids. Willi the mil ]
versa] adoption nl rapid traasil ami
increased facilities (nr travel by sea
and land, tlie t'olumbta-Kootcnaj
Valley should become Ibe Switzerland
nf America—tho playground nf tho
world."
War Secretary Halttsno, who mm
has a seal in Hie llnuse nl l.mils
nave that nugusl body some plain
truths tbe   ntlier day regarding fun
ada's reciprocity ogree nl with the
United Stales, truths that il is I"
be hoped that body will lake in
heart He said, iu Ibe course nl a
reply in a Unionist attack upen the
agreement:
"We hold     thai    Camilla,    mill   a
great trade nf ibis kind, csnnol fall
In be a more prosperous Canada, ai
rnrdfhg a better market for our goods
and able tn do more trad.- with
ourselves       Therefore,    Irom every
pnitit  nl View,  W0 look UPOII   II''   tti p
she is totting ns probably a verj
good step in ottr Interests, as well
as In the Interests ni Camilla I' I.
nol for us tn Interfere In hot policies
We do tint think it a t I thing    I"
al tempi in guide nr Influence the
policy 11 ..ur ureal Dominions in the
matters nl trade     We are tree trad
era   and   we Intend    In   remain I	
traders."
Tlie Canadian navy is In be
throughout, so tar as nossiblo, nl Canadian manufacture.    The ana im-
ment has been made tn the executive
council nf the Canadian Manufacturers' association by ibe tariff mm
miltee nl tho association, which slat
es that advices have been received
slaliui; Ihat (he conditions nl the
contract provide tor ibis, li is stipulated that tbe lulls nl tin- ressels,
the propelling engines and tho bolters
mini be buili in shipyards establish'
ed in Canada, and that Hie materials
ami the machinery used in tlie construction ami equipment nf thoso
vessels    must he nf Canadian inami
LODGE CIRCLES
I'imiii forty In filly nf the Knights
t'uiumbus   will   assemble at Crati-
ook mi sal unlay, Ibe 27th Inst.,
ami thenco in ni ceil in Nelson,   where
ihe    liinugurntl if     Hie     Nelson
Council nf lho Order will take place
wiih groal ceremony mi the 28th.
Tl lire work nl tho three degrees will he in il"' hands ol tho
Spokano Council degirec team, nssist-
•d hi Judge Itiiin and William K
Cllne, of Cranbrook. \ very swag-
I'.er banquet will wind up Ihe day's
proceedings .mil will he held ia the
Parish hall, recently erected al verj
,'oiisiih'iaiii. eosi iiy ihe Roman
Catholics m' Nelson. The banquol
will lie looked utter by Hie ladies
wlin are Interested Ihrottgh their
husbands in the success nl Hie Inrin-
.il inn oi Ihe Ci unci!.
The number nf visitors qn Hn oeon-
slon in Nelson will he so largo thai
ii is expected that Hie return fare
sixth biennial dlslrlcc convention ol
in- covered by Hie cosl nl a single
tlcdcl ii ihe holder nf such tickcl
i,e provided wilh Ihe standard eerll-
lirat,. issued  hi   llle C I'.II.  (nr    Sllell
isscmblagcs.
Slate and provincial nllicers and
delegates      representing    twenty-live
 is    iii    Washington,   Idaho and
British Columbia will attend the
ilxth biennial district conucnllon id
Lho Catholic Order nl foresters in
Spokane, .lime 12th and 13th, when
■it. I'nul Courl No. 780, W. C.
Donovan, chief ranger, will he host.
The principal routine business at
ihe meeting is the election ol oHieors
mil Ihe selection nl two delegates tn
represent the dislricl at the national
convention ai Cleveland, 0.,'ln Aug-
usl, This session will lake place
,i> June 13 in    the bull ol the church
,i   inn     [,ndy of 1 ides, following
ihe celebration of high mass. St.
Paul court Ins arranged a banquol
mi' thai evening iii Hie assembly
ball ni lho Spokane chamber of com-
llien-e.
Tlie lorticth annual communication
m   the (Iralid Lodge nl British     Cn-
1 bill, AC. .V  A.M., will be      held
in the Masonic Temple, Victoria,
commencing Thursday, June 22nd.
At the last regular meeting) of
Craubrook lodge, Nn. :tl, delegates tn
grand lodge were appointed as follows: D.D.O.M. Ut. Wor. Bro. M. A.
Ilealc and Wor. Bin. V. J. Deane,
tin Friday evening last D.D.O.M.
Ut. Wnr. Bro. M. A. Bealc paid an
iiiieiiil visit in Klk River Ledge,
No. 35, Fernie, There was a very
largo   attendance,   Including   several
Visitor*.
Jane 3tt—Tuesday,   Cailii'ily, aftor-
noon; Brandon, evening.
lime 21—Wednesday, Weyhtirn,    at-
lei'iinnii; Moose .law, evening..
' June 22—Thursday,    Indian   Head,
afternoon; Kegina, evening.
Jane 23—Friday,   Maple Creek, afternoon; Medicine Hal, evening.
lime 21—Saturday,   Maclcod, afternoon; Lethbridgc, evening.
lime 20—Monday, High River,    afternoon; Calgary, evening.
June 27—Tuesday,   Lacomhe, allor-
unnn; Red Deer, evening.
June   2K—Wednesday,    Wilaskiwin,
afternoon; Edmonton, evening.
June   20—Thursday, Vcgrovlllc, at-
tornoon; Lloydminstcr, evening.
June .'in—Friday, North llaltlelni'd,
ifternnnn; South Battleford, evening.
July   1—Saturday,   Prime   Allien,
evening.
July    :i—Monilay,   Roslhcrn, niter-
in on: Saskatoon, evening.
July   I—Tuesday,    Melville, afternoon; yot'kton, evening.
July 7—Friday, Portage la Prattle,
evening.
HUDSON BAY RAILWAY.
It is understood thai within tin
uexl three nr four weeks ihe department nl railways will Issue calls
tin  lenders fin, Ihe enlistrttelii i
the first 1(30 miles of Ihc Hudsonts
Bgy railway. The vole nf $2,000,000
passed by parliament shnrtly before
tlie adjouramcnl is sufficiently large
In permit nf a start being made with
the construction work. Ifinoro Is
required this season another supple
mentaiy estimate will be brousjht
down before prorogation ni parliament in autumn. There Is a good
deal ol Inquiry on the part nf contractors ami il is believed a ilarge
number nf tenders will be received.
While the question nf a terminus al
the Bay for she road lias imt yet
been settled, it is almost certain thai
Nelson will be the choice over
Churchill.
ADDITIONAL LOCALS
church and Mt. Slu.it ureal prosperity, ami hopes thai Hit' pastorate
hrtfiin so favorably may continue for
many years.
Hammocks al our store nisi. $2.75,
-C. C, S.
FOR SALE.—Henry Worth'ingtoti
duplex steam pump, sizo 4Jx2}xd; in
good condition, -price $50.Oil, also
saw mill machinery.—T. \V. Leask,
Oranbrook. 10-3t*
Dr. K. W. Connolly will shortly In-
leaving Cranbrook. This is an announcement Umi \% i11 lie read with
sincere reg/.et bj ,i largo number of
citizens, During bis residence in
Cranbrook Dr. Connolly has taken an
active part in eily nftairs in several
directions, He has filled ihe position ol medical health officer, has
been an earnest worker in Ihe
Mothodlsl eliiinh, tilling various offices ami has always faken a prom In-
enl pari in Masonic work, having
tilled the arduous position of sccru
tary of flranbrook hirlge, \.K.,v.\.M.
Dr.   Connolly is    leaving Cranbrook
solely     on    net t   ol his  hcnllb,
which has nol liM'ti s.itisfaetoiy sinei
lite lime of the l-'einie lire, wlieu he
Inborcil incessantly foi' several days.
He has not as ytt decided exactly as
lo  where he   wil! locate, neither tin
•ti the lime <f his departure, which
will depend upon ihe disposal of bis
practice.   Whenever and wherever   he
nay go, lie will tarry with him the
best wishes of all Cranbrook citizens
for his speedy recovery to sound
health and a rich measure ot sihtcss
$2.75 for a hammock.—C. C. S.
FOR SALE.—A job lot of lumber
about ten thousand teot. Price
$50.00.      Apply to Tbos.    W. Leask,
city. u-.il*
Hex Beach's latest and greatest
success "The Hairier" so ably dramatized by Eugene Preshury, of
••Rallies.' fame, is scheduled to slop
in this city for one performance, on
ibe date of .lime Is!, provided sufficient patronage can lie pledged in
advance lo warrant the managers at
New York to sit:n contracts. Every
city in the   west, oulsiuY tbe     week
THK   SNOW   STORM   LAST
MONDAY  DOEB   NOT
SUGGEST THK FOLLOWING
Screen Doors
Window Screens
Refrigerators
Ice Cream Freezers
Lawn Mowers
Lawn Hose
Lawn Sprinklers
Hut you can take it from Poster
tho woatlior uifln, thai hot days
aro coming-     Lol  us liave your
order.
F. Parks & Co.
HARD WAR E MERCHANTS
Oranbrook       -        -       B. C
Islands, aro resorting to this mothnd
lot securing this sterling attraction,
and il twii hundred nr inure of the
Letter class of theatre-goers .signify
their willingness to take the usual
number ol seats, contracts will he
signed, and the sale of seals will
open one day in advance for the
benefit of thoso who assist the manager of the Auditorium In bringing
the "Barrier'1 here. The afieni will
arrive in town shortly to size on-tho
possibilities ol suct-ess.    4
TYI.KII-MiNKU..
fin Tuesday afternoon of this week
Charles William Tyler and Miss Sarah Kilith    McNeil, both nl this city,
I'.u'i ited in marriage by llev. It.
I Mucin's,    al  the     Methodist church.
[l.;i<,.[ in the afternoon the newly
married couple lofl for Winnipeg,
whese Ihey    will spend   their honey-
HON. R. L. BORDEN'S TOUH
TORY    LEADER     WILL     VISIT
PRAIRIE   PROVINCES   AND
PASS UP II. C,
The Itinerary 11 R. L. Borden's
lour ol lho liuee prairie provinces
lias hern completed, and according to
original intentions the leader ot the
opposition will arrive iu Winnipeg on
Nl lay, .Itme 11, delivering the n|>cn-
Ittg address nl his campaign thai
evening in   the Walker theatre.
The route to be followed hy Mr
Borden Will he Ihe main line nl the
t'.P.Il us 1.11 as Celgory, then north
to Edmonton,   where I lie return pi r-
n. n ol  tho    1    will   commence
iliimigli the northern patls ol Al
brrla ami Saskatchewan ami Mnni
lobs The majority ol the places ol
importance nlolic, lho line nf Ihe C N,
II arc Included In the latter part ol
Ihc trip.
\ special train will bo provided, as
Mr. Borden's patty will Include the
majority "I the western members "f
the house ol commons, a number ni
members limn tbo east anil a dotcn
or mora representatives of (he east-
em anil Western pu|iers.
Tho Young Conservatives cl Winnipeg aie anxious tn tender Mr. Borden
a reception on his nrrivn\ there,
ami this may bo arranged 11 time
will permit. There is ulso a possibility ol a banquet being tendered
him on his return to that eily 011
.Inly 8.
The Itlnoraryl provides lor a intal
nl lliirly-one meetings, nttcmoon and
evening gatherings lii'lnn arranged Inr
marly every day ol the lour. All
jattcrnoon meetings will he hold nt
■1 o'clock, exeopt nl Vogrovlllo, At-
lieiia, whleh is sol Im 1.80, The
'evening meetings are sol lor 8
o'clock    Ttio Itinerary follows:
.lime ID—Monday, WinnijM'K, oveu-
ino. meeting,
fudgment was handed down al Sel-
n 011 Monilay by Mr. Justice Murphy in lho case of Larson vs. Wells'
hoard by him last week, dismissing
tile aetion witli ousts. In this case
I.. K. Larson, of tlie Standard furniture company, Nelson, acting aim
himself and certain other creditors
f tlie [lame hotel, the' claims totalling sixteen thnusaml dollars out oi
an Indebtedness of approximately
$35,000 in trade accounts owed hy
tlie hotel, SUCd*Jc have «'. C. Wells
declared a partner with his sun
George P. Wells in tbe business anil
(ailing that a second mortgage h 1
$32,000 on the properly nml a chattel
mortgage nl $l2,unn on the lurni-
ture, etc., given hy tbe son to
the lather should be set aside nn tlio
ground that these wore Intended t"
give the latter a preference over the
other creditors. George P. Wells, it
may be explained, left Nelson last
September for California for tlio
UMiolit nf his health, after having
made an assignment nl all his inter
ests, im lulling the Ilium- hotel anil
certain investments, to his father
lor the henelit of his creditors, subject In a lirst mortgage on the Hume
hotel building for $38,000 held by
I. Fred Hume and to the second
mortgage and the chattel mortgage
held by his lather. Mr. Larson ami
other ereditors were unwilling to accept this arrangement and sued witli
tlie result already stated. Mr. Larson and Ihe creditnrs were represented bv B. V. Budwell, K.C., and H.
t'. liall, and W. ('. Wells hv s S
Taylor, K. C, and A. M. Johnson
Hammocks Ihat cost more will
Ionic no better and give no more comfort than ours at $8.75.-0.0.8.
TO RENT—Furnished and unfurnished rooms to rent. Apply In
Mrs. F. M. Cox, Van llnrne
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Tlie following reference to Rev.
.1. L. Slnat. II A , who was pastor
of the Jocal Baplisl church six years
ago, will lie lead with interest Iiy tiis
former congregation: Rev. .1. 1.
sioat, n\. a graduate ol MoMastct
University both in arts and theology,
and who was ordained in Walinei
Road church,   Toronto, Inst Friday,
leaves-   this week, aernmpaliieil       In
Mrs. Stoat, to begin his pastorate ot
the  church   at   Fort William.   Onl
Tl gh a native ol   New Brunswick,
he   enme tn   us Irom British Colum
bin, where lie laid done some 1 It
ing and pastoral work. Billing ins
residenee nml study In Ontario, tubas proved himself a capable ami
t... 1 fui worker, ami has won the
confidence anil esteem oi professors
iu MeMaster and others win have lie
enme Ills acquaintances and friends
In leaving Weslnn at Ihe beginning ol
tho year, where he labored while
completing hi* courses of study,     ho
led a monument to his c7liciciicy in
the formation nf a church, the eree-
Hon nl n building, and the gathering
nf a large enngrcgatiun nl Interested
people. We lielievc the ehtireh nt
Fort William has done well in seeming Mr. slnat ns lis pastor, Physically, menially ami spiritually ho Is
welt equipped In lead the ehlirell
In Its onward march In Hint rapidly
growing and vastly Important eily.
and we hope Hint he may be received
l,y the members of Hie church and
enngregnsinn, nnd also by Hie oiti/eiis
in general, with n large degree nl
enthusiasm and OftpecUtlon. 'Die
Canadian Baptist wishes Imih      lho
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JUST IN
We have just received our new
slock of
Tungsten
Lamps
These lamps are guaranteed to
burn in any position, both
on cords and pendants.
We are Sole Agents
for these Lamps
We have also received a
New Style
OF
Toasters
at popular prices which are
fully guaranteed.
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Joseph Ryan
THE FAMOUS OLD BREWER RANCH, Fairmont Bprings,
Wludomiore, U. 0.-572 ucres, situated bit
Columbia Rivor, between Columbia and Windermere Lukes, in the musl, fertile and beautiful pint of the Windermere country, l?eo
simple title, unencumbered. Prior water right
lu 150 inches from Coldstream Creek, l.ui'tse
portion sub-irrigatedi Excollcnt dwolliitg
lioiiso and nut oilicos within hull' 11 utile uf lho
i'liiriiiniiul hut sulphur springs. Oldit.l
orchard in Hie Wlnilormoro, Unlimited treo
range. ICootonay Control Railway, now unci, r
constrtiotion, stirvoyed aerose two of IholotB.
Nino hi'fiil of homes mill 76 lieini of stool;, wilii
comulel piipini'iii of farming implements,
<fto, House well furnished, Will be sold us 11
t,'oin^ I'oneeni, fully eqtilppod, [or$28,000, one-
third Hindi mid two nnuiialu at 0 per cent.
Without elook and equipment/, $22,600. Sauio
terms. ^^^^^
SANCA directly on Ihe east shore of Kotileiiny Lako,
ono ot tlm most beautiful situations in tho
Kootenay country, n- acres of prime fruit
hind, oIobo by Myrtle Creek. Very liltlo
clearing. Pee simple title. A bargain nt
$100 00 mi acre will sell ut $85.00,
40 ACRES ot Prime Fruit Lauds near Orestou. Uncleared. Clearing, fencing, plowing nnd laying
down iu clover will cost about $35.00 nn nere,
Water right across it. Some beaver meadow.
Tlie picked land of tlie district. Apply for
price and terms to above.
320 ACRES. Foe simple title. 100 inches of waler
recorded, One mile frontage on Upper
Columbia Lake near Thunder Hill, liootenay
Central Railway will cross it. Exceptional
bargain.   Cash and terms.
357 ACRES. Near Marysvllle. Over fifty acres
nitdcr cultivation, wlie.it, rye. broom grass.
timothy. Complete outfit of buildings. $211
an aore.   Cash and lorius for balance.
LARGE TIMBER TRACTS AM) COAL LANDS
HELD UNDER LEASE WANTED TO
PURCHASE.
AGENCY
Ocean Accident and  Guarantee
Association.
London and  Lancashire Life
Assurance Co.
Accident, Health, Plate Glass, Automobile Assurance
Why not insure against sickness?
Raworth Block.
Baker St., Cranbrook.
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•  Davis Bros. Electric Co. Ltd.
The Expert Electricians
Sn. ssors to
♦       THK QUA1N ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CO., Ltd.
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\ Il Means a Big Saving
to liny vour Feed from
TAYLOR MILLING & ELEVATOR CO.
Mauufaeturers of the famous
"PR IDE OF  ALBERTA"
1 and
"MOTHER'S FAVORITE"FLOUR
Warehouse on 0, P. It. trueks.   Office on Van Home .St.
PHONE r,:i
'  Q. li. McCALLUM
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Manager
AMISTMSC
AVENUE
HILL & CO.
CRANIROOK'S COMPLETE LADIES' FURNISHER
PHONE
43
ATTRACTIVE VALUE8 FOR SATURDAY BUYERS
FROM THE WASH COODS COUHTERS
Scotch Ginghams
::u pieces IJ.-.tiitiiul Now
(Jiii^liiiiiis. in uoal htri|H-s
11ml |"t;tiil effects nn<l plnni
rolnrs. All wnrniiitttl perfect washing ^ikkIb.
Specially Priced Saturday.
15c. yd.
Famous Potters,
t Prints, 15c.
Ill    till    Dolors.     Ilialilifnl
new crisp '„•"»!'. end one
Iniiiili'il patternsloelioose
from. VYnrmntctl fast
rotors,
Poitllivcly  Saturday Only
ISc. yd.
New Muslins and
Dimities
3{i New Patterns, in Xiiit
Slriix'S, Plural Patterns,
mid Neat S|x>t Elteetn.
miide to sell tit 2fV. null
26o, |H'r yard.
For Rapid Clearing Salur-'
day, 121c.
.1 Dozen only
Embroidered Wash i
Belts        I
S|i|.'iiiliil value ni -IV.
To Clear Saturday at
25c. Each
3 Dojtou only
f   Dutch Collars
lleautifiit I'tuliroidoriil and
I,ueo Elfeets. I 'ur ri'itnlar
llae. anil llle. values.
Saturday Only, 25c.
•jn Pieces
Heavy Taffeta
Ribbon
II  Inches wide,   in   every
Color,    E.\i'fllenl for etlil-
dri'ii's hair ribbons.
Specially Priced for Saturday, 121c. yd.
READ THIS LIST OVER CAREFULLY.
AS TO
YOU ARE AS WELCOME TO LOOK
RUY
Read the Herald, $2.00 a Year THK  UBANBROOK.   HJSRALD
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WITH
THAT TIRED FEELINC
Nyal's ISprini,' Tonic nnd Blood
Purifier lire the best remedies for
if,or |ii'iliii|iM you have a recipe
that you want made up,
Bring il to us and it will In,
tilled right, With the freshest uml
best drugs.
The BEATTIE-MllRPfl,, Co., Ltd.
Cranbrook, II. 0.
BEST
la tlie key-note of our Die
inntnl department.
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v/PRESENTS
We stock only the finest
glass, buying direct from
the factories, saving you
all intermediate profits.
New shapes, new cuttings, and some very
attractive designs.
W. H. WILSON
Jeweler ami Optician
LOCAL NOTES
W. s. Lane, barrister, of Fernie, is
in attendance at the supremo court.
Hammocks in alt colors, price
$3.75.~C. 0. S,
Harry Louder lias been booted for
a boat at Saskatoon oh June tat.
Mutter nuts nl Fink's Pure Food
Grocery,
Andy (loud was in town from
('rows Nest yesterday.
Pare clover honey.—Campbell and
Man ni tit,.
Hammocks in nit colors Price
SS.76.-C. c s,
F, S, IHiUois. of Fernie, is In
town today.
Hammocks — r. e. s.
(i. t
town.
1,1 U to
for Ha
wood  Do
Jama
Jewell, of -ijuii.it.
in
and Itchta n, headquarters
ilwood Ice cream and Ha/el
iible Jersey buttermilk
A      Vlli.fld  o|   ||iis  ,|(y    has
liit'ii gazetted a notarj public
Hammocks —tv v. S,
.1. (i. HcCallum is up fit m Van
tinner and will spend ■ lea days In
town.
"Opal" neai eggs at Ftnk's Pure
Food Oroccrjr,
Mrs Oeo, P. Stevenson will be
at home Friday, Maj Mtb, from i to
<• ami not again during the season
Hammocks at our store cost $3.79
-('. 0, s.
li ii Playle, ol wim n, court
stenographer, is iu town st tending
ihe supremo court sitting*.
Leave toui orders (or bedding
plants with us—Campbell god Han
nlng.
Mi  nnd Mis .1 o'Hbea, oi Kelson,
ale (iffton  II) IoWH till*, week        Mi
O'Hbea Is at (ending the sitting of
Hie supreme conn
ti! 75 for n hammock — C C s.
Ycalordaj brum a pubhi lioltdaj In
which Hie Herald stall participated
ihe curtailment or dlitrloi and local
news lias been unavoidable
Fresh Poplinm's and Nollson's chocolates always- on imiiil nt Little ami
Atchison's.
Tlie case of parkin vs, Palmer is
in progress before the supreme conn,
his lordship, Mr. Justice Murphy presiding, which opened nt II o'clock
i his morning.
Do your work first, then rest in
one of our hammocks.—0. C. S.
If you use Doering mowers and
rakes or McCortnlck mowers you can
always get repairs for them from
j Frank Detail.
"Coronation Souvenir china" in
dainty, practical pieces, at the Fink
Mercantile Co.
Hammocks at our store cost $2.75,
-0. C. S.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Kastner, Mr.
ami Mrs. J, Jeffries, and Mr. ami
Mrs. A. K. Hamilton, of Fernie, were
among tho visitors in town yesterday.
Choice cucumbers ami asparagus at
I.ittie ami Atchison's.
For duck shooting nut of season
three St. Mary's prairie settlers appeared before Magistrate Armstrong
this week ami were fined $lfl each.
The charges were laid by Game Inspector Hates.
Sunshine is necessary if you would
enjoy good health. Huy a hammock
and bask in the Kin.—0. C. S.
0. M. Tomiinson, of Wyolfffe, is
leaving tomorrow for Fort George
Mr. Tomiinson knows that section of
Ihe province ami believes that right
now is the time to get located there
After dinner mints at Fink's Pun*
Food Grocery. i
Frank Detail can give you a choice
of the best mowers ami rakes on the
market. He handles the Deering ami
McContiick and always has repair
parts in stock.
Victoria day was splendidly commemorated at Klko. That little
town was inundated by visitors
from outside points, an extra large
contingent coming from Eureka',
, Mont Om special representative
there will probably have a good re
port ol the proceedings tor ncxi
i . -V* issue.
Do your   work    first, then rest in
I one ol our hammocks.—C  C. s,
Monday next     will   be circus day
[There   Will bo    two    performances,
afternoon nnd evening, anil a     grand
parade at  10 30 in the morning
One New- Canadian Swenson's
Stumping Machine* with complete
outfit ready for work. For sale at
A bareain." Cranbrook Trading
Company.
'    Green peas at I.title ami  UcblsOfl's
j    The      New       Wesllliilislei      I.UTosse
champions sustained tbcli leadership
iu the game ycaterdaj in a hard
fought battle   with Vancouver city's
"all stai" team, winning out, after a
stubborn contest, by one goal to nil
The Brotherhood of Rallwa) Tram
mi'Ti in session at llatrishurg. Pa ,
have re-elected   W g Lee, ol Cleve
laud, president In a rote or 579 Ul
169 for George M Sharkey, ol Del
Rio, Texas.
The Fetnie Italian band played lo
poor business at tbe Auditorium lasl
rueaday evening, due mainh to tlie
facl Hint, there were other allr.tr
linns nml to some ppnfustofl in the
public mind as to the status of this
organisation. Music lovers win missed this concert iftlssed something
unusually good
We exhibit rtne finn water
Diamonds In Rings. Neck-
laeeB, Pendants, Kai Rings,
Etc., all rtupetldy ie| in exquisite mouutlngsol guM or
platinum.   Prices :-
$20.00   to  $250.00
Bv direct cash Inning we
aie able to supply the finest
quality stones at most moderate pi ices,
RAWORTH
BROS.
Jewelers and Opticians
C. P. It. Watch Inspectors
Switch Off Using
Poor Flour
I'm* what'* tftujd. It'sehnpar
and healthier. It'i eheaper
Irt'cmiue indigestion and doe
toi'n billl don't go wilh II. It's
healthier heeaiiM It luifl.li up
and fltimulatei Ihe lyitem.
PURE FLOUR
The pride ol any honnhoM is
I he llonr we aik you to liny. A
img nt ii will convince you of
UfRiiperiorlty. RISING SUN
•ft the name, You will never
enanga again.
;: The Cranbrook Trading Co., Ltd.
;[ OltANRKUOK - B.C.
Hammocks at our store cosl $2.75
-0. C. s.
W. H. Grubbe, manager or the
branch of the Imperial hank at Wll-
mor, was in town lasl week end, Mr.
Grubbe speaks very enthusiastically
of the outlook for the whole Windermere Valley. Settlers of the lest
class, men of ample means, are pt tiring into the district ami the near
future will see very extensive developments.
Hammocks.—C. C. S.
We still have some .Seed Rye.
Wheat, Oats, Grass -Seeds, Etc.-
Cranbrook Trading Co.
Mr. T. A. Smith, the late manager
rf the King Lumber Mills, of Cranbrook, B.O., has opened an office in
Vancouver, in the Dominion Trust
Building, Room LlWi. Mr. Smith
lias some very attractive tim|*>r properties for sale, also some very valuable coal lands on Graham island.
Anyone With Umber for sale or anyone wanting Umber can gel a number
of holdings to choose from.
Menager's" sauce—piquant ami appetizing—at Fink's Pure Fond (iroc-
the home of high class delicacies.
The weather yesterday was anything but ideal for a public holiday,
Still Cranbrook people managed to
put in a pretty good time Whilst
the local sports attracted large
crowds, a good many people went to
outside spots for the day. Everything went otl very quietly in town,
ihe police had no trouble to keep order, onl) one arrest was made, a
case of too much booze
Hammocks — r. c  s
Mrs E, Klwell was hostess at a
charming "book" lea on Friday last.
\bout fifty guests were present, Including a number ol visitors from)
other points Miss Wragge, of Nelson, won the prise, a beautiful
book, while Mrs C P. Smith carried
oft the consolation prise- which proved to he a tape measure, cleverly
roocealcd in a g.Kise.
Fresh vegetables of all kinds, also
stiawherries and cherries arriving
dally at Campbell ami Manning's.
Sunshine is necessary if you would
enjoy good health. Huy a hammock
and bask in the sun—('. 0. S.
is there anything In all this world
ihat is id more importance to you
than good digestion* Food must be
eaten to sustain life and musl be
digested ami converted into blood.
When the digestion fails the whole
Body suffers Chamberlain's Tab-
Ids are a rational and reliable ieure
,01 indigestion They increase the
flow of bile, purify the blood, strengthen tin' Stomach, and torn- up the
wholo digestive apparatus to a
natural ami healths action For sale
hy all dealers
Hammocks.—-C, C. S.
Just as the presses were starting
up Messrs Guerard and peltetiiH-r, of
Die Auditorium, notified us that promise of adequate support ft r Ihe appeal am e in this city on Thursday,
.lime Ist, of "The Barrier" hod nl-
leady been secured. Sale of seats
fur subscribers will open nl Beattie-
Murphy e< mpany's store nn Monday
and tor the general public on Tuesday.
Don't forget your strawberries and
Ha/el wood ice cream for dinner. We
supply both—Little nnd Atchison
Pineapples. -The first shipment
0. new fruit just arrived. East
Kootenay Produce and Provision
House.
Hammocks.—C, C, S.
Mr. Get. I). Ingram is organizing a
concert   section    of    the Cranbrook
Dperatis society ami wil! shortly put
ii concert of unusual meril       lie
has arranged     fur both a ladies' and
ntlenien's- quartette, composed as
follows: Ladies, Mesdames Paterson,
Stevenson, Wolsbrod and Drewery
gentlemen: Messrs. Stevenson, Mi-
Sweyn, H. .). Thomson and Ingram.
Mrs. WuJliiigei will be the violinist
nml Mrs. Manning Hie piniifstc
Pineapple (juice, a wholesome and
refreshing summer beverage Ash to
see it at Fink's Fine Pood Grocery.
There is talk around town of organizing a special sports programmo
for Coronation Day, June 22ml li
is proposed to arrange a baseball
tournament, if teams enn \» accural
Irom Nelson, Kallspell ami one or
tWO other po.nts.       Till    m.n   proVO
loo costly a programme, bm in anj
event there is strong feeling in favor
of colobratlon Coronation Day iu
good style ami there will bo some
thing to report next week
Grand Outer Guard—It. J, Stool,
Nelson.
Mr. Justice Murphy arrived in
town yesterday for tlio session of
the supreme court, over which he
Will preside. This is his lordship's
first visit to Oranbrook and he expressed surprise at the up-to-date appearance of the town, particularly
admiring the broad, well kept streets
and the several handsome buildings,
New shipment of Hcin/'s pickles,
catsup, India relish and olives always reliable—Campbell and Manning.
Dr. C. W. Gordon, chairman or tho
conciliation board looking Into (he
coal miners' troubles has returned to
Winnipeg and is pessimistic regarding
a speedy settlement. lie says that
the hoard could have patched up a
temporary agreement, but that had
been done before ami wlnil was wanted was a settlement thai would last
some years. The enquiry would he
esumed in three weeks, he said,
and continued until the men went
back to work.
Hammocks in all colors, price
J2.75.-C. C. S.
Cranbrook will shortly he losing
another good citizen. In tbe person
of .1. Fi. Dixon, local manager for
P. Burns and company. Mr. Dixon is
being promoted to the management
of the I.ethhridge branch and will
leave for that point next week. Ho
will he succeeded here by a Mr
Duthle, of Maelcod. Mr. Dixon has
earned the esteem of Cranbrook
business men and the public generally
by his excellent business methods
during his residence in the city and
'he will carry with him their best
.wishes for his success in J.ethhringe.
I "Pilchards" at Fink's Pure Food
[Grocery.
j   Hammocks— C. C. S.
Next Tuesday evening, May 30th, is
the regular social   ami literary even-
ling (f the Young People's Guild     of
Knox edurcb.     Ou this occasion    an
tinteresting debate will be held      on
"Resolved, that life in Western Canada is   preferable   t« life, in Eastern
'Canada."     The leader of the affirmative is   Miss   F. Dick, of the negative Mrs*.   A. A.   MacKinnon.      Besides these there will he three other
speakers on each side.    At the close
I of  the debate ice cream and      cake
J will be    served   by the   social committee,       The     entire congregation
mil their friends are cordially invited to he   present.    An offeriug  will
he taken on behalf of the piano fund.
WANTED.—Boy  with a pony    to
herd a bunch   tf cows    Apply \V. J.
Atchison. 13-3t
Hammocks.—C. C. S.
Rev. C, 0. Main will leave on bis
annual holiday next Tuesday morning
to bc absent all of June, lie is taking his holiday at this time lo attend the annual meeting of the general assembly of the Presbyterian
Church in Canada, which meets in
Ottawa June 7th It 11'.li- While in
the east, Mr. Main will visit Gait,
Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal. In
his absence the Rev, U ■). Mctjtiar-
rle, B.A., of Yellowgrass, Sash , will
conduct the regular services ol Knox
church. Mr. atcQuarrio is a brother
of Mrs. A. a. MacKinnon, of this
city, and a graduate nl Queen's ('diversity, Kingston
Fresh Strawberries daily at the
East Kootenay Produce and Provision House.
Large   furnished
two    gentlemen     •
with Use of     plain
office.
Hammocks —0   C. S.
Itcv, IL anil Mrs   Hughes left     on
their trip to London, for the Coronation, last Tuesdny night.    Prior  to
his departure   a meeting      nf     the
church trustees   was held on Monday
evening,   when the   following gentlemen   were, elected     to     the  trustee
hoard:   Messrs.     ,1. Im    Shaw, Geo.
Recce nnd Jos, Sarvts, in place    of
COLDr
Do you know the reason for this
;ool weather ?
Our big window is full of
HIGH CLASS
REFRIGERATORS
One of these in your home will
ensure this cool temperature for
your tnliie delioaoles nil through
the sweltering heat of summer.
PATMORE BROS.
"THE RANGE STORE"
AUDITORIUM
THEATRE
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
COMPLETE CHANCE OF
PROCRAMME
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY
AND FRIDAY
SPECIAL MATINEE 8ATURDAY.
CHILDREN 5C.
ADMISSION: 10 CENTS.
GUERARD  &  DERIEMER
MANACER8.
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ii suitable Im
iii.ui nml wilt-,
ipptj Herald
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10
, ELBOW PARK
Mock 5;  $475 each.     Will sell
Lots,  moos n;  pun eaen.      will sell  hi  inure
.'. Cash, balance it, li and it months.
SOUTH CALGARY
B Lots.  Block 41; $350 each.    Will sell iu pairs,
1, Cash, balance II and (1 months.
These are excellent investments.
riNKHAftS^MACLMOD
0O4 CENTRf BT. CALGARY, ALT A.
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HOUSE BOAT
"ISABEL"
LAKE WINDERMERE
The " Isabel " has been
put iu commission ami is tied
up at Athuluier.
Convenient for passengers j \
I I coming either Iiy boat or auto- <'
mobile. ',
.Motor bouts, canoes or rigs ] j
i i arranged for on board.
i UPPER   COLUMBIA   TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
K. P. AIIMSTIIOMi. President
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For Sale
HOUSE AND
TWO LOTS
Modern Improvements
Terms the Easiest
!     NAT. I. HAltflSON     '. I
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Clothing Satisfaction
AT
A   SATISFACTORY   STORE
-P
A man may buy
clothes almost any
place nt " any ohl
price, but Clothing
satisfaction is to be
found nl few places -
and McCreery Bros,
is one of the few —
there's a reason.
)'«//7/ always find
h n a high standard
a/' quality and nn ub-
solutt guarantee ait/i
ctcry suit,
Some special lines
of lllue Serges frum
$15.00 to $25.00
Handsome patterns
in Grey nnd Brown
Tweeds and Worsteds
splendid value
S7.00 to S30.00
Summer Millinery
Correct styles for stuet or ilress. All the
popular Straw Braids in a wide selection of
shapes, all tastefully trimmed.
Special attention is called to our line of
Millinery (or Children
Visit this department and let us show yon,
Dainty Wash Goods
A large shipment, consisting of Wash Suiis.
Dresses, Blouses and Lingerie of all kinds just in.
does not permit u descripnou.
Don't fail to see these lines
Coatsi
Spine
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McCREERY BROTHERS
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Stores
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IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA
ft HAD
CAPITAL AJTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID IIP -
RESERVE FUND
ii. ft. triLKiB, y-~ :■■'
KICK   TORONTO
110,000,000.00
*5,74S,000.00
SS.745.000.M
HOS. noBT JAFPfMT.Tte-Pmildnt.
MunicipsliUet, Merchants, Fa'men
Accounts "f Corporations,
anil Private Iinliviiliials invitw
Drafls and Utters cf C'rtlii i.sue.1 available in  anv  nan of
!tlie world.
,   SAVINGS  DEPARTMENT.-freci.il   attention given   to
Barings Bank Account,.   Deposit, oi 11.00 and upwards tereived and
interest allowed fiom date of deposil.
Wilmer Branch        •        -        W. R. GRUBBE, Mgr.
Messrs. S. A Harris, T. Rjxkmsn
ami Or Connolly, Mr. Harris was
Iscted treasurer in place nf Dr. Connolly. Thf following society reprc
Bcgtatlves were elected tn the qmr<
terljr board: Messrs. K n. Johnson,
(Jet) Reeee, ins. Patmore and i Mrs
Parks.
retty    china is always an acceptable wttitlim; gift.     Uf makr     our
selections Irom thf foremosl potters
tlie old   world.    See our display.
The Pink Mercantile Co., Ltd.
$2.75 for a nammock.— V. C, S.
Dave Klnii'i is baek from a .business
trip to St. Paul and Chicago. Dave,
as every Cranbrook resident knows.
is a consistent booster of South Bast
Kootenay and during his visit to the
big eastern centres lost nn opportunity of advertising the attractions ot
this section nf tlio continent. He
found that M (V was belter known
and more favorably talked about In
financial circles than he li.nl ever noticed in previous visits He tras
nble to negotiate a 0OOd deal ol
business Ihat will mean large invest-
niciiis ol capital in dlitrict resources
and to set other negotiation', a foot
FARMS
FOR SALE
I Money to Loan on Improved
Farms atReasonable
Rates
FRED. A. RUSSELL
P. 0 Box 111     •     CtMNISKOOK, B. C.
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The
Lund Land and Development
Company, Limited.
Fruit, Agricultural, drazlng and Timber Land...
Insurance, Stocks and Bonds.
Wholesale Dealers In Lumber.
Office: Corner Fenwick Avenue and
Baker Street.
♦ ♦♦♦♦*##*etefe #«s>«#*#9#9«#9#
that   also    promt
s.Mth Bast Kootenay,     Mr, Elmer
return east in the course of a
days lo complete pending nogotl
atlons, ami whilst fie has heen urged
In remain in the east, he has loo
great faith iu the future of     Cran-
blg things fnr I brook district to give much consideration to evm the most tempting offers.
Sunshine is necessary if you would
mJOJ  good health      Huy n Intuitu", k
mil batik in the kiiii —C   ('. S. THK   UBANBBOOK   HERALD
TIUKD TRANSCONTINENTAL
RAILWAY,
Nn Blronger evidence could bo given
nf ihe gigantic strides which Canndo
is making towards the commercial
sovereignty ol Lite Dominion than
the proposal made in     the liotl:
siillitii'iiilv supplied with railway
facilities. The portion ot the line
between Port Arthur and North Bay
would pass through the southern
llmit» ol Uie grout Hay region, eon-
Inluing 10*00,000 acres ni land equal
in fertility to the best portions ol
ild ontaiii, nml thus promote
till      |'l, IIIII.1UI     Ilium      in I 111      inn,... "I   IUIU    "iiliiin   |     ii""      I      I •
commons by   the minister   of     rail- settlement   that   would give breadth
ways  to aid   In completing the con- to litis province.     From North Bay
noctlon   between   the    eastern    and easterly tlie railway would puss    to
western   sections   ol    the   Canadian the  north   ol tho   Canadian   Pacific
Northern railway. Headers aro
doubtless aware that the t'.N.K
has already about four thousand
miles nf railway     wesl ol    Lake S
the convenience
if   Hie older   settlements     nn     both
.ides of  ihc    boundary    ol       the
Ontario    ami Quebec.
iniit.i  hi   tuiisui "i''i   "i       ■"  r ■
porlor; that arrangements arc practl- For tltcsc reasons-increased railw .
call)' made tor extending Its western transportation witli tile wesl, open-
limits from Edmonton lo Vancouver, Ing up tlie clay region ot New Ou-
Ihus forming a llirougli line to tarlo, ami providing much needed
Porl   Arthur, anil that In    the east facilities lor tlio settlers along     tho
ns  trains are already r ins from lower  rountlos ol two provinces—Uio
Oucbcc to Ottawa. Between Port minister claimed tho business rca-
Aiilinr ami Ottawa, (i distance of sons lor U»' proposod action of the
mil' thousand miles, there is no government wero quite defensible,
connection, nhd Ihc proposal of the The method b) which il was pro-
government is tn assist the ri hi posed to aid tho schoine was equally
pan) in eomplcsing the missiiiu link satisfactory, Tlio Canadian I'ucille
In  submitting his proposals to    ilu- was    built       b)   a   laud  grunt   of
house  the minister pointed oul thai .:.',. ,0011  acres  and   cash   slibvcn-
Ihe development    of    llle wesl ealleil lions    of    over    500,000,1     The
for    additional    railway    facilities nrand Trunk I'aiiiir Is being    built
Nellhei the C'anaillan PaelOi nor  tlio partly  bj the govcrnmcnl and partly
(Iraiul Trunk Pacific could odeqiialel) by   the    i ipany,   Involving   heavy
ini',1 lot am length nf i  this do charges    upon the national treasury.
inaiul. and il the trade of ^hc wesl It is proposed Io secure the cnn-
was In he preserved lot Canada oai slnictton ol ibis link of the Cull action was necessary. nadlan Northern by guaranteeing the
Again, says lho Toronto Globe, II bonds ,,i the company I" the
was alleged thai this link in in Porl cxlenl ol £35,000 per mile, and also
Arthur to Ottawa would open it lo pay the intcrcsl on tho
large trail uf country ot present in cosl   o!   construction   iar two years
if necessary. As security the government is taking u Iirsl mortgage
on the road from Port Arthur to
Montreal, with tho exception <>l o
small section ol the road from Ottawa 'to Montreal, anil ulsu a second
mortgage on the Canadian Northern
system from Niagara to Montreal.
If tin' company should fall In
meeting tlie interest on its bonds Hie
government coultlj lake possession of
the mortgaged property and become,
the owner of u road, thai will probably cost $69,000 per mile, tor tho
amount guaranteed, $38,000 per mile.
Anil so, as the minister pointed out,
the government is senile In either
ease. If the company docs n"i default Canada will have the
bench's 11 another transcontinental
railway, and if il does so, Canada
will become the owner, or al least
joint owner, at it price far below actual cost, of a very valuable asset,
llul there remains still n substantial advantage  i" bo derived     from
this protect—that is, II   bi men    a
direct feeder of Hie Intercolonial
railway both at Montreal and al
Quebec. At present lho Canadian
Pacific transports its freight and passengers by its own road lo St.
.lohn and Halifax. The firuiul
Trunk has its seaporl al Portland
in the Slate ol Maine, and II is negotiating for additional mulcts by
way of Providence,and Boston. The
Canadian Northern is lo be "honked
up," to use the minister's words, as
far as practicable to tho Intercolonial, and is thus made to contribute
to  its revenues.     Tlie advantage  ol
tlii
illlll'l'lil.
ready tin- Canitih
steamships runni
Halifax', carrying
gors lor the wes
unpnny will tn
portion as \n<?
its own mail
inl.     Besides, In
Kelt-evident; al
n Northern has its
! from Bristol to
rclghl and passes-
Naturally tho
slcr as largo a
tit,- nl this trailie
a lho liilereolou-
is road In
William French) of Wasa, was      in     Sick headache results Irom li illsnr-
I own lasl   week end on one or     Ills  dered  condition of   the stomach, and
rare visits.    Mr. French is one     of | can he cured by the use of Chamberlain's  stomach   nnd   Liver Tablets.
Ti
fonto to Montreal, to he opened inside of n year, il will gather a
large amount of freight Irom the
provinces of Ontario and Quebec tn
he shipped seaward by its own
amors! So ii Is evident Hint the
problem ol making the Intercolon-
al,   snlong   the hole tu It ol      every
government   since oonlederall      a
good iiivesiineiii i- neai al hand.
The favorable reception given to
the proposal oi Ihe minister of railways In Iiolli sides ol I lie house
musl i,e M-n gratifying In the
government.      When the Clrend
Trunk PociOe was launched lu 1003-1
it mi'i win I, ihr imisl vlolonl opposition from Mr. Ilordon and Ins
followers,   Now Ihnl Its success     is
Hie earliest settlers in Hiese parts,
coming bore (torn Kngland twenty-
six years ago with the late Colonel
Baker. Mr. French noted tho many
improvements that have taken plaee
in the city recently, and talked in an
inlerestingly reminiscent manner of
by-^obo days when Cranbrook wns
very much in embryo,
Try It.    For sale by all dealers.
Live man or woman wanted for
work at Inline, paying $2.hit or $3.00
per day with opportunity to advance. Spare time can, be used.
Work mil difficult ami requires no experience—Winston, Limited, Spad-
ina Ave., Toronto, Out. 12-51
assured   they
appear a    se
pononts   oi a
policy.     Anil
continuation
"that nothing
cess."
re mil anxious
>nil  lime as Hie
progressive Cant
i, wc have again
I    Hie      old       pri
succeeds like
Unless you   can make il profitable
for peoplo to  watch your store ads
you'll nol make your store ads. pro
litable to you. Nothing is surci
than that.
Special Listings
Cranbrook
IDEAL STUCK KANl'IIK
71, Total acreage 531!, ol which 136 are cleared, lift of
which is producing haj Tin- remaining land will cost
about $111 per acre to clear. 75 tons ol bay were sole]
oil this properly this \>.n al (20 pet ton. 60 bead of
cattle ami 23 horses go with the properly. There is a
magnificent grazing ratifce surrounding the land. There
air suitable buildings cl all kinds Hill acres of land is
Included in a fence. There is a waler record ol uhi
inches on) of Sand Creek, which is a fine little stream
running through...the property and into the Kootenay River. The Railway Station is l miles away on the, (.'rows
\est Pose Branch ol the V V R There is good hunting
ami tolling in the immediate neighborhood. Price for
clear title $27,000, payable i i rash and the balance
spread over t years, with current interest of 7 per cent
on  outstanding purchase money.
FOR FRUIT FARM
23, Total acreage •-», ol which iu have been cultivated, yielding excellent crops. 50 acres would make tbe
linisi apple orchard In this country, The balance is
bench land, with good s"il and capable ol growing all
manner ol crops. The properly is situated on the
Koolenay River, which mppliea plenty of water for all
purposes, and is alio i ti miles south of Fort Steele.
Koolenay Central Railway traverses the property, divid
ing lite lower bench land ' Irom the upper. * It has a
western aspect, ideal fm frull growing. Small fruits have
been raised with ureal success gad apple trees have
yielded large crops on laud similar, hut down the river
a short distance Price lor clear title SIC.00 per acre
ami   can   be   paid in    <. sh or terms can   he arranged.
POULTRY FARM NKAR CRANBROOK
1116, i; acres, j ol which have been cultivated; there
are practically ."> acres of slump land, the balance being
cleared. It is all fenced. There is a dwelling house with
ii rooms ami 2 stouts high, 2 stables and plenty of
chicken louses. Watt r is furnished from a creek and a
well, and it is only 2 miles Irom Cranbrook, B.C; The
price is f.'tsmi cash, or tlOOO cash and the balance to
sitii   both parlies.   Title clear,
DAIRY FARM
75. 320 acres, n ol which have been cultivated. 3ft
acres is loam bottom I..mi, the balance some good soil
with some skimps- on ii Situated r' miles from Cranbrook, one mile from Wycllffe, on the Canadian Pacific
Railway, where then- is store, post office ami school.
\ saw mill was operating some years ago on this
property, so thai there aro buildings of all kinds. A
creek tuns through the property, furnishing plenty nf
water lor all purposes Title clear, price SIihmi. Casti
m   terms.
SMALL FARM NKAR CRANBROOK.
HW. 12) acres, D i f which are fenced. IT minutes
walk from C.P.R ships. Small shack. Water can he
obtained bv digging. Apple, plum and small fruit
trees da well on litis sell, Eastern slope. Excellent
view.   $iiliu   will purchase it on easy terms.
SUBURBAN PROPERTY
Hi.   i aires,  0 minutes    Irom  Cranbrook  post office,
3   minutes from school,   all   fenced   and in perfect slate of
cultivation.   Large residence on   the grounds with   suitable
i ut buildings,   Price II00U   Title clear
FRi IT I.\nii NEAR CRANBROOK
112. 108 acres, 3 of which ate under cultivation.
Most!) stump land, bin excellent soil anil adapted -to
fruit growing, 300 Irull trees have been planted for 1
years 3 miles from Cranbrook, on C.P.R, Railway
track. Small shack ami chicken house Price $1600,
Terms.
t N1MPROVBD 1IW LAND
7, alMa acres, known us Lot 120. 200 ncres bottom
laud, ihc remainder being bonch, The soil is clay loam
un the hot torn ami willow ami col ton wood trees are
scattered over It, wilh the exception of about 5ft acres,
which are clear ami can ItO ploughed now. The Kootenay River forms the west boundary ami tbe Kootenay
Central Railway runs through ihe property from north
to    south The    Railwav    Company    will    fence    both
sides of the track. The Railway Station will be no
adjoining land. Post Olliee and stores 7 miles north, but
by crossing the river in n ferry, the main line ol
C.P.R. can be reached in 2 miles, and the train
will bring one to Craubrook in hall nn hour. Price
12ft   per acre.   $5.00   cash, balance lo suit.
HOTEL AND SUMMER RESORT
102, 135 acres. 22 acres in hay, 60 more can he cleared
nl small cost and made an excellent meadow, Creek running i h rough proper I y The balance of the land
is very suitable for orahards and would make good
subdividing property. Tltere is also i million feet of
merchantable limber on the land. A furnished hotel is on
Ibis   land   with Hi bed rooms,   and a good revenue can   he
of Beale & Elwell
B. C,
all fenced. I< am
remment,   ll«" d
•:r
derived from this, there being mining ami lumbering operations carried on in Ihc vicinity, also frequent picnic
parties go out Irom Craubrook. Distance from (ran
brook I"' miles anil from Wycllffe Station 7 miles. Price
$10,000.   Terms or cadi.
SNAP IN    FRI ITLAND
lift. 32ft acres, I miles west of Cranbrook on (he C.P.R.
main line. $K per acre. Cut over land, which can be
cleared and .ploughed fir $10 per acre. Suitable lot
apple ami small fruit growing.
78. 237 acres, 3ft of which Is in hay. 1-2 mile "i
fencing. One mile from Fort Ste-le and Kootenay Central
Railway. Dwelling lu use and lain. Plenty ol water.
All bottom land, excepting small amount of bench Kind
Price   MO   per acre.   Cash or terms.
OOATFKLL DISTRICT
107. 06 acres lor $1100. 22 acres of which s bottom
land.One acre cleared, "i miles from Cut/on, s miles from
Kingsgate.
WINDERMERE LAKE
(IK,  51   acres, one mile from Windermere,   1-2 mile frontage  on   the lake.     Water   on   tin- land.     $6000,
UNIMPROVED LAND ON KOOTENAY RIVER
10.   251 acres,   partly  prairie  and   partly stump land.
■Sft  acres bottom land.     Water can   be brought on to    the
luml   by a ditch about      3   miles long.      Good fruit land.
Price   IM00.
MIXED FARMING LAND
81. 258 acres, close to Fort Steele,
soil, uhi inches water recorded from the go
timber on land.   Price $20.uft pt>r acre.
ISLAND ON KOOTENAY RIVI
17. 63 acres, adjoining Fort Steele townslte, on opposite side of river. 3ft acres are cleared and under cultivation, pri-during hay and vegetables. 1600 hint trees are
now growing on tbe land. Beautiful location. Plenty of
water   for all purposes.     Price $3150.
BOTTOM LAND AND GARDEN NEAR FORT STEELE
109.'6Gl acres- across the Koolenay River from Fort
Steele. 10 acres under cultivation and crop. Excellent for
strawberries and small fruits, only 148th ol a mile to
Railway Station. Price Sfiuoi*. The whole can be cleared
ami   made into garden, which will grow anything.
FARM NEAR CRANBROOK
IM.   312 acres.   25 under    cultivation.     Balance      cut
over.   Good loam soil.    Similes from Cranbr, ok post office.
4175ft.
CHICKEN RANCHE
-1ft. lflW acres, 3 miles from Wasa, B.C., 8 miles
north of Fori Steele, having 2 log houses 21x21 ami
2ftxl2, also stable. One mile of fencing. 20 acres of this
land are cleared. The Koolenay Central Railway will rim
within 2oo yards of tbe west boundary. Water is obtained
from   a   well.   Price $15   per acre.    Cash or terms.
RAW LAND
115. fill* acres on Sand Creek, cut over land principal
ly. Will grow all kinds of vegetables ami apple trees will
do well ou ibis laud. There is a line spring * t water.
Price  $7.al» p*>r acre.
SMALL BLOCK NEAR CRANBROOK
82. 5 acres stump land. Built up mar Irrigation
ditch crosses one corner. Right lo use water. Can be
Cleared for y,\\ per acre. Price Slim. onK 2 miles from
Cranbrook Post Office.
HAY FARM
116. 1861 acres, 1ft miles west of Cranbrook, 10 acres
under cultivation; about 1400 acres in slump land, casll)
cleared. 8ftO acres under foncc. Stable, hay barn, cow
barn, chicken house ami commodious dwelling, Water supplied from 3 creeks. Railway Station I mile distant.
Price $25,800. Half cash, balance can he arranged to stiil
both  parties
IMPROVED FARM
li. 320 acres near Wasa, on Kootenay Central Railway,
B0 acres under cultivation, Ift acres being willow bottom
land, very rich. Balance i f land is bench, holding
700,000 feet of fine timber. 70 tons hay has been cut oft
this land lasl year. 50 acres under fence. flood dwelling
house nnd other buildings. Creek runs throubh the turin.
2 miles from school, store and post office, Price $7850.
SMALL IRRIGATED FARMS
ti acre unimproved [arm lots, one mile Irom Cranbrook with ditch for irrigating running through the Intnl.
Water supplied to each lot ns required. Price $100 per
acre  on  good terms.
ORANBROOK CITY nnd SUBURBAN LOTS
Several  subdivisions  just outside the eily limits, wilh
lots varying  In size Irom 50*132, ItOxlJW, 50x167, <
purchased on   easy terms with small cash payment,
he
FIT-REFORM
has divorced
tlie idea that
cool, comfortable
slimmer suits need
be ill-fitting.
Fit-Reform 2 piece
Suits have the style
and shapeliness of
the heavier garments.
The wonderful Fit-
Reform system of
designing and hand
tailoring makes this
WANTED    TO     BUY.-A   heavy
horse. Send particulars to Box
B., Herald office, 14-2t*
Advertiser wishes to rent a piano
for three months. Apply Box C,
Herald office. l-l-2t*
FOR SALE at a bargain.-Ono
good second-hand McGregor ami
tlouiley Q.Y. 1i"xla" planer and
matcher. For particulars apply to
Crows Nest Pass Lumber Co,, Limited, Galloway, B.O. 11-31
FOR SALE.—Baby carnage, almost new, $|i|l, Cosl $211. Apply •).,
lorald office. *
Anything wanted in the lathing or
shingling line address R. Wright,
Wesl, Fernie, B.O, 12 31*
McCREERY   BROS.
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You ilo not linve to linger along suffering
from disease, twennse \vd lire medical
specialists witli ninny years' experience
treating and curing successfully nil men's
diseases.
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A suro nml permanent euro in all diseases ot
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Rectal Disorders, nnd all special ailments commoii to men.
liost Anatomical Museum in tlie North-west.
Consultation Prec
If yon cannot come to Spokane for free consultation
now. write for our free booklet.
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$5,913,000.00
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Farmers and Private Individuals invited,
Drafts nml Loiters of Credit issued available in any part of
lliu worl I,
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given to Savings  Hank Accounts.     Deposits of $1.(10   and
upwards received and interest allowed from date ot deposit.
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■    SOCIETY ANI) CHURCH    j
! DIRECTORY I
• •SSSSSBHSSSSBSStSSaSStSSSSHBaaSt*
OrESOHNT LoUQli No. XI
KNIGHTS ~oT PYTHIAS
CriiiiliriHik, II. C.
Meets   every   Tuesday st 8 p.m. st
Fraternity Hull.
.1. M. Hnysc, CO.
K. M. Clirlstlau, K. It. & 8.
Visiting brethren   cutiliully Invlteil
to attend.
I.O.O.F., KEY CITY I.OllQE, No. 41
Meets every Monday
night at New Fraternity   Hall.    So-
lournlng Oddfellows cordially luvltsd.
E. II. Patmore W. M. Harris
N. O. Seo'y.
Cranbrook     Lodge,
No. 84
A.F. St A. VL
Regular meetings on
tho   third   Thursday
ol every month.
Visiting brethren welcomed.
A. C. Shanklanil, W.M.
E. W. Connolly, Secretary,
MAPLE LEAF KEBEKAH LODOE
No. 19.
Meets every second and   fourth Wednesday at Fraternity Hall.
Sojourning   Hehekakn   cordially Invited.
Mrs. W. F. Cameron, N. (I.
Miss M. Ilii'ki'iibiilliani, Sit.
PYTHIAN   SISTERS
FIDELITY TEMPLE NO. II.
Meets In   Fraternity Hall First and
Third Fridays.
T. Fraser, E. C.
M. MacKinnon, M. It. and C.
Visiting sisters cordially invited.
ANCIENT ORDER OF FOHESTEKS
COURT CRANBROOK, 8948
Meets In Carmen's Hall Second and
Fourth Thursday of each month at »
p.m. sharp.
Win. Anderson, Chief Ranger.
L. Rent, Secretarv.
Visiting brethrea made welcome.
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS.
Meets in Carmen's Hall first anil
third Thursday ol each month -st
8 p.m. sharp.
Mrs. Lulu Hayward,  Hi*. See.
W. II. MiFarlane, Chief Ranger.
Visiting brethren made welcome.
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:: Presbyterian eburch;:
STATED SERVICES
Sunday morning service at 11
o'clock
Sunday   evening    service   at
7.80 o'clock
Sunday     School   and    Ilible
Class at 3 o'clock
!   Presbyterian   llulld, Tuesday, ',',
"        st 8 o'clock x
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:: Baptist Chinch
Pastor, Charles W. King.
Parsonage, Norhury Avenue.
'Phone, 284.      P. O. lies 167.
Regular .Service.:— Sunday, II
a.m. and 7.80 p.m.; Ilible
School with Young ladles'
Phllethea and Young Men's
Ilible Class, 8 p.m.
Monday,   Young People.',   S
i P.m.
Wednesday, Mid-Week Meeting,
A cordial Christian welcome
to all.
WATER NOTICE
I, Robert V. Nciswemler, ol Sheep
Creok, Wasa P.O., farmer, give notice
Unit on llie Sth day ol Juno, 1911,
al eleven o'clock in the lorenoon, I
Intend to apply to the Water Commissioner at his Office in Cranbrook
for a license to take and use two
and a quarter cubic lect nl water per
second from Sheep Creek in the
Cranbrook Water District. The water is to bc taken from the st renin
on Lot 0257, the property ol A'nx.
Emery,.and is to lie used ou Preemption Record No, 1278, tor Irrigation purposes.
April 20th, 1011.
10 5t Hubert F. Neiswendcr. THIS   UIIANIlHOOIv     IIKKAM)
| OLD COUNTRY NEWS |
*        INTERESTING ITEMS     2
Tlio Haddington by-election", caused
Iiy tho el ova tion ul Mr. Haldano lo
Hie jjt»crii|jc*1, lias resulted In the Lib-
oral candidate, Mr, J. I). Ilope, being returned by a majority ot M-s.
Lady Ritchie, tlio daughter ol
Thackeray, lias discovered an unfinished man u scrip I ol a stun by the
author ol "Vanity Fair," which
bears (be title of "Tlif Knights ol
llorsellen." wllh drawings hy the
writer bl in self. She has also found
a second niaiiiiserijit, nlso lueoiiipletti
entitled "Cockney Travels," deserth-
Ing tours wbit'b tbr aiitboi nnilerlooli
in the Wesl, nf Hhiglniitl about seven
ly years ago.
A disastrous flro bus Inkon place
on Lho     (leal moss    inrinm between
Thi mi- ami   (Jruwlo, near H nster
Thorno Moor extends over four lion
sami acres, ami Un- flames, which, It
ir said, originated in (be dried dead
bracken ami heather, rapldlj spreud
tn ihr slacks of nni owned bv the
Itiilisb Moss Litter company. \t
siines tho band of fire extended from
elglll to ten miles in length, and was
a mile broad, the whole center of the
moor being one sheet of flame. Iin
nines were of no use whatever, as
water was nol procurable, Practically nothing fovlii ho done to arresl
the progress tf the lire, the glare ol
which could be scon from a distance
of fourteen miles, in Thornc, three
miles away, the streets were lighted
so brightly during the night thot one
could read, and at Nelby, Goolc,
Staddlethorpe, Doncaster ami oven
Hull tho flames were plainly visible.
The three outstanding features in
the report for HMO of the registrar-
general for Scotland, which has jusl
been Issued, are that the number of
births registered is tho smallest in
any year since 1800, ami thai the
birth-rate of Scotland for the year Is
Ihc lowest recorded in these reports—
Hint is, since 1855. The marriage
rate, though slightly higher than thai
of the previous year, the report
states, remains low, and is lower
than the marriage rates of all previous years since 1655, that of innu
excepted, Tbo death rate is the
lowest on reooCtl since 1855, ami this
is the first year in which it has fa!
bit below l.'i per thousand. An exam
I nation of the deaths registered in
tbo eight selected towns shows thai
the vear has been one without scr
inns epidemic, an outbreak ol measles
excepted. Tbo annual death rate
from phthisis in the eight towns Is
found to show a doorcase
An   Interesting   development    has
taken place in connection with      tho
search for tne B&coiKShakcspearc up
rot which the Duke ol Beaufort   and
Ur. Orville Owen   have been conduct
iin; for sonic months past in Ihi   bed
*■( tlio River Wye at Chepstow   Kigh
ly yards from     the scone of      tbcii
excavations a  cache has turn discoi
oretl, which maj posslbl) tn- the rool
of the hiding-place in   which Pram li
Macon is supposed to have burled hi*
key io the    mystery ol thr Shakes
pearo   plays      The    hake ol     I lean
fort's agenl,   Mr     II   Plrlc Gordon
slates that the tjpot nf which Ihe
cache was ft nml is Indicated witli
(ISIOllilildig clearness in a series ol
new llaeon cyphers which the explorers have jusl obtained, The cache,
Mr. Pirlc-Gonlon states, is situated
iu the boil of the Roman ford. It is a
large framework of timber, II ft.
long ami |fj ft, wide. It ;s Intersected by 10 beams, e ich i ivelvo
inches s(|iiure. These fnMn compait-
tnenls filled wlth*sloiics battered Into
a blue ^rcy clay. Underneath this
casing it is hoped \n lintl the long-
sough I manuscripts proving Bacon to
have been Ihe author of Shakes
pcare's plays.
The Portugese navy, on which
CMr.OOI.MO will be spoilt, Is to be
lililll by Itiilisb lirnis, tin- naval
commission nf ihe Republic having
rejected the lenders nf tho various
foreign firms, ami retaining onlj
I hose of Armstrong, Vlckers, Sons,
.nut Maxim, nnd Tliornycrofts,
The
id Vt
'hi a
it al    cling nf the British
reign Bible soclotj bus      I n
Ouecii's hall, mider Ihe presidency nf tbe Marquis ol Northampton. Right new versions of lho
Bible have, during the year, been
issued by the society, so that,
through the efforts of this great
body the Scriptures have now been
published in III distinct forms of
speech. Tlie number of books sent
on I by the society, il was stated,
were Increasing, ami last year reached a total of 0,075,8-80 copies. The
great bulk of its issue consists of
cheap popular editions, which arc
sold  below cost.       Thus a Chinese
pocket  Testament, which cost ad.     ti
prepare Is sold for Id, In most
imlrles Ihc society employs colporteurs to distribute Bibles, nml
asl year Mini o-Hthese men, bolong-
ng to many races and speaking
many tongues, wore employed, and
they sold 8,000,000 copies of the
Scriptures. Since its foundation iu
IKiil the society has issued over
320,000,000 copies of tho Scriptures,
of which more lhan 72,000,000 have
boon in English.
Ih,' In
tl'l'illl
matte
ilsel
ice Ihe
egg
process
mi
thirty
hours
IU1I'   '11
Willi
moults
lll'fll!
lililll CI
Ill    II
Hi   II
sting
wnv me house ru
IS A DEADLY FOE
Long aco the Mail and Kmptie
called attention to the formidable indictment of lho bouse fly by British
ami American medical men, ami since
then Ibis journal has watched with
meal satisfaction tho general awakening of the people ol Toronto to
the dangers of this pest. We can even
look forward to lho time predicted
by Sir -lames Crichtoti Browne, the
eminent sanitary authority, when an
ai-rd parent will take his child to the
British museum there to show him
the only surviving specimen of the
house fly, According to Sir Bay
Lankester we know enough now to
abolish ail epidemic disease within
fill] years n we would persevcringly
put into general practice the proven
live measures ready lo our hands
one of the firsl of them would bc Ihe
tion   nf    th,-   th, which is a
T.iN'i nn im   in mankind than even
ihC   Kit
II is along this line that Dr. Hastings   writes in the    Canadian Home
imini.il     He gives a hfatorj of   (he
the lime tin* egg Is laid nut il
ibe    winged   mosseoflpr   ol    disease
emerges to perform its mission      o
destruction.        The   ideal   breodlni
ground   for   the fly is stable refuse
Tho female fly's instinct teaches   he
thai the warmth of litis decomposlnj
matter   is necessary fi
of the onus,   while the  matte
nourishes tbe   larvae
hatch     The hatching
siinies fram eighteen t
ami the    resulting    I
maggots   undergo tw.
attaining full size, ihr
ing of a reddish color,
says that the   iliange from larva   lu
fly is without   parallel in tin- animal
kingdom,     By   humus of an inflated
sac <iu the top ol its bead the larval
envelope is burst, and the full grown
lly appears iu eight or ten days from
the lime the eggs were laid.
A generation of Hies is produced in
,i little more than a week, and it has
been calculated thai one wintered-
ovei fly is capable nf producing pro
geny numbering 11,007,702,000,000,
00.1, roughly speaking \ female fly
lays between I _!"■ and |flo eggs at a
time, and repeals tbe operation Irom
six lo twelve times in a summer.
August and September are tho
favi me breeding months ol the fly,
untold trillions being born in these
mouths in order lo provide a BUfft-
eieiit number to survive , tho approaching '"Iii weal her, and produce
the Hies for the next generation. The
legs of ihe fly ore covered with microscopic hairs, on which germs find
lodgment, The habits of the insect do
the rest. Ii is an unwearied prowler, and if any food is left unprotected, Hies will crawl over It, depositing
bacteria by the thousand at every
stop. Apart from this mechanical
method of spreading disease, tlio tiny
fly specks have been found In contain
hostile germs,
The case against the bouse Hy   has
been built   Up   mainly on the battlefields if    the   past  fifteen years. Observations     were    made by    United
Stales surgeons at the lime   of    tin
Spanish-American    war, when fewer
than 300 Americans wore killed      in
battle, while nearh  5,000 died <<f tv '
phold.        The earlier   idea was thai
impure water was largely responsli*liter the   typhoid,   but a British sin j
geon who was with the troops       In;
South Africa declared that the house!
lly would convert a single case     of
enteric tine to bat!   water into       an |
epidemic.     Ii was noticed that when,
the    cold   nights   killed off the files
there   was an Jnstaul diminution   in
the number nf fresh   cases  Tin-    re
markably low   death    rate from typhoid in tin- Japanese army was achieved by il.i-   sanitary measures enforced, which deprived   Ihe (lies       ol
their necessary breeding grounds.
Dr. Hastings recommends thai all
refuse from house ami stable
The Dept
sell to ace
dor.
■pi th
due
lowcs
I   nr
SEALED TEND! H
the undersigned, and
tier for Public Hui
brook, B.C." will be i
office until 3 p.m on
12, 1011, for the i
Public Building, I ranb
Plans, specification
contract can be si en
tender obtained
Wm. Henderson,
Victoria, 13.C , a
Cranbrook, ami ..'
Persons tenderin
liltlressed to
orsed "Tcn-
t-d at this
day, •luuc
ni
inrm
orm
t the
of
ifflce ol Mr.
■ t architect
ost    office,
Ne\
Bpapers
will
In,
, illSIT
this ai
veil
-i'l
'tlinri
v from
the
De|
H.Q.
18-115-2
Hlugcnc KisH.
Colonel,
ul)   Minister dl
Militia .mil lii'i'ci
bill],
I  he liaill ii I
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UUlli'lll       jWJlnt     Wll(.„     y0U      w.j„t     ,t     at     t(l(.      J^^
!'■ notified   thai t\$
tenders will not bc  idcrcd unless    Toll„.s sl„„  a,|V(,r,,,„„„„. ,IM
made on tbe printed        > supplied, |babljr  cont0|n   ,-nr„r„K.f ,,r,   nf    M
and signed wilh tin it actual signatures, slating their occupations and
places of residence fi, ilu-case of
firms, the actual I nature, the na
lure of tbe occupation, and place ol
residence of each member of the Dim
musl be given.
Each tender mn d he accompanied
by an accepted cbdfiii mi a chartered
bank, payable tu the order of the
Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten percent (10 p.c.j
of the amount of the tender, which
will Ihi forfeited if tlio person tendering decline to enter into a contract when called upon in do so, or
fail to complete the work contracted for. If the tender bc not
accepted ihe cheque will be return
ed.
The Department does not bind il
self to accept the lowest or any lender.
By order,
It. (*. DESUOCIIERS,
Secretary
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, May I.;. IHI.
Newspapers will nol he paid for
this advertisement if they insert ii
without  authority f
MEDIATE VALUE TO VOU.
WATER NOTICE.
at  rb'
uieml
' I, Albort ■!. (ire/, nf Fort
I Parmer, give notice that on T
the 0th day of June, 1011
o'clock in ilu- forenoon, I
apply lo (lie Water Commissioner
his Office in Cranbrook for a llcei
in take and use one cubic font
water per second from a spring i
ing on Lot 1831, Group 1, Koolen
District, iu Ihe Cranbrook Wai
District. The water is to be las
from the stream about at the spr]
ami is to he used nn said l.nt I-
fnr irrigation purposes.
10-51 (Signed)        Albort J. (in/
DEPARTMENT   "I   MILITI \ A.
DEFENCE.
Nelson, B.C., Rifle nnngo.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED TENDERS
envelope "Tender for Coi
Nelson, B.C., Rifle Rang
dressed   in ihe    Directo
marked   oi
st ruction o
- and     ad
nf    Con
NOTICE,
NOTICE    is   HEREBY   GIVEN
that 30 days after dale I intend     tn
apply to   Jhe   II nablo Chief Com
missioiier of Lands and Works for a
license to prospect for coal and pel
roleum on the following described
lands, .situated iu the District ol
South Kasi Knotenay, I'n vince Ol
British Columbia:
Commencing at a post at tie
northwest corner of Olaus . foulness
claim and also at Ihe thirteenth mil.
[Hist of Ihe C.P.R. survey line, thelict
south Hi) chains along (be C
survey, thenco cast 80 chains t<
No.   0080, thence     th   nlon
surveyed      line nf      Lot   No.  t.'i
chains, thence wesl so chains Ii
place of beginning, containing
acres, more or loss.
Dated May 10th, 1011.
12-51 Olaus .lobbies., Loi
!' i;
i...'
tracts, Department of Militia and
Defence, Ottawa, will be received until   i n,   the lath June, for       the
construction    nf i Ride Range     at
Nelson, it r
Plans ami specifications may       be
should seen  ami full Information obtained at
be removed twice a week, ami until
removal should be kept in air-tight
tin receptacles. If this double rule
were followed we might cot rid nf
our dies m a single summer, for they
cannot breed except in tilth. The
campaign, however, would bate in
include th* country districts as well
as the cities It js tn tin- formei
thai ibe hui-.; sanitary conditions
obtain, ami   apait   from  thr  largei
the   offii f   tin-    Dlctrld  Qflieer
Commanding Military District No.
II. Victoria, B.C . the Director of
Engineer Services, Headquarters, Ottawa and ihe Officer Commanding
J02nd   Regt. Nelson, B.C.
Tenders- musl be made on tbo form
supplied by ibf Department ami accompanied by an accepted cheque on
a Canadian chartered bank, fnr in
per  cent uf tbo    amount of the tea-
centres, ih<- operation of local boards tier, payable   tn the order      of    the
of health ai.  not very effective     In Honorable the Minister of Militia and
the  ordinarj   farmyard   the   stable Defence,    which amount will be for
msnure  Is   likely tn   remain mulls felted  if the party tendering decline
mibed foi a year,  and ..ne barnyard t.. enter Into a contract or fail     in
could hattlt more die- than the   real complete  it in accordance with   tlm
>>f the countrJ i mild use tender.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
thai 80 days after date I intend to
apply to the Honorable Chief Com
missioiier of Lands and Works for a
license to prospect for coal and pot
roleum on the following described
lands, situated in tin- District ol
South East Kootenay, Province ol
British Columbia:
Commencing at a post at tin- south
west corner of Sigriil .leldocss'
claim, ami being at the tfafi li nl
mile post on the C.P.IE. .survey,
thenco north SO chains along the
said C.P.R. survey to Lol No. 0903,
one of D. S. Corbln's claims, thence
east HO chains along the said survey
of Lot No. 6002, to the survey line
of l.nt Nn. 0003, thence smith 80
chains along the surveyed line of 1.1.!
No. 0991, tbenco west M) chains t..
place of begiiinint:, containing Oil
acres, mere or less.
Dated May 10th, 1911.
Sigrid .foldncss, Locator.
Olaus .loldness, Agent. U-.'.t
NEWBROS HERPICIDE
Delights the Ladies
HirniiH,' ihe} km.m from exiji'rirm'P Hint I ho iniillin 1,1 use
nf Horpiride moans mui li i" ilu ii ni-rsounl niipeiirnnci',
It snvos nml Iwnntillcs llir hnir nml in the vast majority rf
i "is.'s. mills greatly i" Its nboi ilnnci Tin pri si ncc of I Im iliwil-
rutr Lvnn in tbe scalp ilrstrovs tlie iilossaml beanl) of the hnir.
ovon before Ilia rusitttini. ilisessii uorouies firmly nstablisheil
Knoll ilaj iliai the nseof Nnwliro's Herpiciile is pal .ill'. uuiki* thu
repair tlml mnch niore iliftlcnlt
8ave your hair while you have hair lo save,
The intelligent use ot Hei plclda provei its actual worth
" I lisvs ii-.'.l llsrplciite foi isvaral manttn no*, nn.l Mill pqaltlvvly
Hint.' ilmi .ii i. iin* Wm ,Im,,in n i, it., \, i m„i i.ai, dresalni In ilu- s-oitft
ami I liars trial ul,,,nl ,null.ii .... .,.;.! I.v   lorsl ilsSlslS,   Xnlliii y Im.
glvsa well •• \.-.•! !.-,,i retnll  s. Ni Sfl lo'. tlsipicMo."
Mil-.. IIKNUY IV. IMTIIKM
BnatDsr, fmrn
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fm.Iiiii,I ii is galling i<il.I. Imt -
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i. i dressing (nr ilip Imir I ever iirrd.
, growing long, ititck sod besutlfal. My
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Some housewives, harrassed
the verge of nervous breakdown
by trivial annoyances, devote no
real
Attention!
to the " buying" problem. They
buy when they HAVE TO —
perhaps at "the nearest place" -—
when, very likely, better values
and lower prices are advertised by
three or four different stores. The
housewife who does not give as
much attention to a
Study of the
Ads.
as she gives to other things in the
daily routine that are of half as
much importance, will never find
any real interest in the business of
home-making.
THE AD-STUDYING
HOUSEWIFE BUYS
INTELLIGENTLY
She knows her " market " as well
as any broker or merchant knows
his. And she will never stop to
tell you how "hard it is to find
anything in the stores nowadays
that one wants and can still afford
to buy." For, to an ad-reader,
that is not such a hard task !
Herald Ads,
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illllgt'li
Mrjssi
III \. Rollins iicImI us
n thu liiiisi- racing anil
I   E. Dickson, A. 1.. McDcr-
 I .mil c   Piilgeon as judges in  1'"'
athletic I'H'iils Tin' ai'i'angcmciits
were vt'iy satlslaclurj nml notwithstanding the cold, the spectators
thoroughly   ciijojihI   the   afternoon's
sport.
I'T'i'l' ii.r nil Inn "I I'm
ledge's "Itii'liiinl" Is
Brown's "Unhe" 2nd.
Uoy's    race,   IB years
-111. Ii.it
James
ami under.
handicap—II. Herd, 1st; Ed. Hundley,
milr iliisli-Kliin-
Ist; Mallandaino's
2nd.
Horse hut,
eols' "li'ili'i
"Uddic" 2nd,
npi    yards    nml    race,   open—It.
Ii.iwi'ii, 1st;  im.  Brcekln, '2nd.
(inls   race, 11  years, under handicap—Hiss Carrie Moore, 1st; Miss !■'
VICTORIA DAY SPORTS
CKANBROOK      SENIORS     l'l.A\
ALL AROUND   BONNKIIS
FERRY       BASEUALL
TEAM—WINNERS
OK RACES.
Despite decidedly unpleasant wealh
er, the Victoria day sports yesterday
were run off iii gi oil shape and he
fore u largo miiiiher ol spectators,
Including Beveral Irom outside points.
The chlcfievcnts ol the da\ were Ihe
bnsehall matches, Uraahrook is Banners Kerry, ami tlie loolball mnlcli
Crunbrook vs. ('nni Creek, In the
morning there was o hasehall game,
Cranbrook laitermeillates is, Moyln,
n rather ragged exhibition, In which
lho visitors had nil tho heal ol It,
Minnie. 11 i" 1 i.ml k's 1
In   ihc nfii'ii il in addition ti   n
number ol horao ami fool races, re
sulis iii which arc given below, there
was tl«' bnsebnll match, between
t'ranbroi ii SenlorB ami ,i nine Irom
II,minis Pcrrj In this evcnl again,
pin) was decidedly loose nml one nl
nl, the score being 16 lo I in lavoi
nl   the home Icam
The football nialcli resulted in ..
draw, neither side scoring.
Results iu the various horse races
nml other athletic events were as
roll, ws These events were wil
m-sM'il hi a large crowd nml i ncitcil
n good deal "I Inleresl li musl in
sniil in Hie ' ii'ilii "f Hie manage
mi-ill Mini    the Minims Items mi   Hie
programme   were    n n pri mplly,
ilii'iv being little oi no waste ol
lnni' In ih.' athletic events, llu
live null' race, proved the chief fen
inn' TTiis was a very pretty hut.
m which IrcJite Elwell showed ex
iriiini i,,rm Knur while, men inn
mntehed agaiasl four lifdinns, nml   a
while man,   Elwell, w i, nn In
liiiin. Francois, securing second placi
Elwell run a good hut tlirnughoiil
mnintainlng n Btcady gall and finish
ing in r I Btylc      Un hi' mini
whltemen.lt Crooks, mnde nn excel rhcumntlsm. Ymi will find Cham
Inn start, hui could nol mainlniii hcrlain's Liiiimehl wonderfully DlTec
tin- pan- tin-   (im-   application   will convinci
.liiinrs Hull's acted ns Btnrlei    Im   you uf its    merits.      Try it.     Km
nil events.    Messis   .1   I'   Kink,   \;    sale by nil dealers.
:■, s mill. dasli-Krnncois' "lodorn"
Ist;  \l.illiiiuluiiii''s "Eddie" 2ml
Imli.in limn race (special)—Patrick
I si, Kcllx 2nd.
22u i.nils loot race, npi'ii—.liinii's
liii'ikiii, Isi; II. II, wen, 2ml
Cony   race,   111 hands nnd under—
Ke ill's "Maggie" Ist; McDonald's
"Pansy" 2ml,
Indian horse race—Simon, Ist;
Ki.Minus. 2nd.
Sack race i"i' In vs, m \ears nml
under—H. Ilnmllton, 1st, II. Mm
gatroyd, 2nd.
Kill' mill' iiuit rare, amateurs—1st,
Archie   Elwell; 2ml   Krancois.  Time
211  111.   HI s.
In the evening, mi the lower
grounds, the Cranbrook Seniors ngnin
met the Banners Kerry liaseliall nine,
ndministerlng another heavy defeat,
tin- score being in lo I in luvor ol
l inliliiniik's hull players. Tile even
ins. n.inn' was witnessed hy n verj
large crowd nml proved livelier ami
in.,n- exciting than 1 lie senrv would
indicale.
Nni'.  is   tlie lime lu gel  rid nl yiiut'
LANE  BACK
To btive a bime bi»ok or |wlmul
si i'l olios menus Disordered Kidneys,
and tbc sooner ymi lime tbo Kidneys
mill Bladder in n per
teeth healthy condition ibe
sooner you will enjoy lib'.
As fai as we know, there is onl)
one remedy that is guaranteed to
cure you, uml that is FIG IML.-S,
If they don't, make you a strong,
healthy person in two weeks, your
im noy will be refunded, At all
tioalers, 25c, per bos, or The Kig
IN11   Co., SI, Thomas, Out.
Sold and recommended by The
Cranbrook 1 >111tt and Book Co., Ltd,
nmgtfisls.
HAWTHORNTHWAITE'S FINISH
FOltMKB     SOCIALIST     l.KAHKIl
ItKIMTHATKI) BV  Ills
COMRADES.
|<*i r some months considerable frm
Hon has existed between the prnvln
oial Sooiulisl loader, .1. 11. Ilnw
tboiiitbwailo, Ml'.IV, anil Ibe Na
mtimo local of.the Socialist Party in
Canada, ot which he bus been a mom
hor. On Friday wccl. tbo Nana!mo
local made an official announcement
to tlio effect that Mr. Haw thorn th-
waito had resigned bis mcmbi'rshlp
ui the local on February l!ii last,
and that a committee had been appointed lo Investigate tho cause oi
bis resignation'. This committee bad
submitted iis report, wlilcli was nn
iiiiiniously adopted.
The report is addressed to tin- Na
naimo local of tbo Socialist Part) cl
Canada, and its general tone i-
rather hostile to Mr. Ilnwthornlh
waito.       It sets forth     that        Mt
llawthoitiihwaiie    undertook   i	
ganlzc Vancouver Islahd for the Sue
ialists, but did not devote hlmseli
with any enthusiasm to tbe work,
"On February m, PHI," continue*
tbe report, "Hawthornthwiiilo was
criticised for congratulating lho Conservative government regarding tin
Coal Minos Rcgulath ns Act. This
was followed   bv a suggestion       \.
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WATCH OUR WINDOWS THIS WEEK
Choice Shirts
The no-vest  season is here, and it behooves Ihe particular man lo look well to his shirts.
Wc are • bowing Exclusive Shirtings that are distinctive in character and handsome in patterns and
color harmonies.
Il will be well lo make selections early.for the first
warm day tlu.t conies will cause a rush for the handsome new patterns.
Ladies1 Hosiery
We have also added to our stock a complete line of
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery.
See our window for these.
Phone 23
A. C. PYEC=
23
form a committee to outline a plan
of organization it Vancouver Island
lo be carried out In    Mr. llawtborn-
tliwaiic.      As BOOH a-, tbe surest ion
to form a committee was made, he
Immediately st al tl that it seemed
to Klin thai be had lost the comid-
ciicc of Ibc local and Hint be would
resign bis membership, staling that
be was all right nnyway. On being
asked if be hail always received a
fair and square deal from this local,
or if he could name one occasion on
which bo had noi been treated fairly, be replied Ilia I be had always
been shown oven consideration, ami
bad been treated a well as any man
could wish lo be treated bv any set
of iiii'ii, staling Ihat be could not
rise above bis environment ami that
bo belonged to ibe bourgeois, Tho
following week he made a statement
on the Hour ni ■■.' legislature thai
ibis    would   prohahl) lie    tbe   lust
speech  be      WOUll]   llinko        IN the
house. As u result, la- was asked li
attend a special business meeting nl
the paih ami explain he. position
To ibis Mr. Uawthorntliwallc re
piled In elTeel thai he had no further
oxplnnath it to idler, thai he did not
Intend to run in) iin- Dominion
house and thai ho was slmplj trying
to attend to bis own private business, lb' milled Uml he would ie
sign his position in ihe provincial
legislature.
" 'If your local,' said be, 'will
give me ibe date when it desires tho
speaker should lake acllnn to nil tbo
seat, I will date my official resignation iu accordance, ami do all 1 enn
to help eleel youi nominee.'
"Despite this promise, tho committee has boon unable to find nil)
tnico of his resignation of his scat
in ilir Icgislnlun Si far as they
can ascertain, ho Is still a member
ami in no buoy to resign.
"In regard   t-   dim flamming    I'd
local," says tin- report, "wo wish ti
stale ihat iu our opinion tie did   no
possess stillieicm ability to do so, a
be found   tut   on various    occasions
when   with    all his ability   and   li
bourgeois education    he failed
hold bis own unh a coal miner
discussing      proletarian      monistic
philosophy, ami   in discussing social
ogie.il questions he   proved himself a
novice in tlio use of the dialectic."
After reviewing all the elrcum
stances  and setting forth   the effort'
of   the Socialists    to elect   Ml.  HttW
Ihornthwttitc, tbo committee tuul
that ho has not lived up to bis obligations, and gays in conclusion: "in
the estimation of the committee, this
local has another ta lake back, and
further stale that in their opinion
Mr. .1. II. Ilawthotntbwaite. bv his
double-dealings ami I reachcrotis actions, has demonstrated that be is an
enemy to the revolutionary working
class interests, and tin- committee
as members ol this local and mom
hers of    the  revolutionary  working
class-, wan r class against      this
man—fames tlurst Ilawtbi ruth
watte."
Tbis renorl will bo given the wid
Mr. -L II llawlhornthwallc, by his
Socialistic press of lite world.
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"There's never a Law of God or
Man runs north of Fifty-Three"
-•MPLINQ
"THE BARRIER"
First Transcontinental   Toor of REX BEACH'S Great
Story of the Last Frontier
A PLAY TEEMING WITH THE RUGGED
STRENGTH OF THE NORTHLAND
Direct from Its Long Run at the New Amsterdam
Theatre, New York City. Complete Scenic Production.
A Company of Picked Players
AT  THE   AUDITORIUM
I THURSDAY, JUNE lstl
' i,
LOCAL
II you are looking for Deeriiic
mowers ami takes see Frank Detail.
Do \otir work first, then rest iu
one of our hammocks.—(J. ('. S.
.1 M. lb.well, a popular druggist of
(Ireensburg, Ky., says, "Wo use
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy iu our
own household and know ii is pseel
but "    V, r sale hy all dealers.
S2.7S foi a mmimoek.—('. C. S.
.■ti.Msiii;]) HOUSE to KENT.-
four large rooms; live minutes from
V P.tt. depot, electric light; ploslci
ed. 120 per month, Including watei
Apply II I... Herald. U II*
Hammocks.-C, C. S.
Tho census enumerators commence
their woik next Thursday, June 1st
Whilst it i pail of their duty to
ask all manner ol questions, many of
which may, lo some, appear rather
nqulsltorlnl, thov are requisite to
the purnosea ol the census ami    the
rdlnl cm operation ot tho public is
requested     The enumerator!, are all
worn to secrecy ami all inf inllon
gathered  will be    devoted to census
purposes exclusively.
I : 78 i"i a nammock —('  (V S.
Ilonkkcrnei and stenographer lie
sues position Harried Plrsl claw
irfeiciHis Kinerlcnced in lumbering
iiutl mining work. No. s, Herald ot
floe t:t-:if
Hammocks — tv <' S.
TO IM-at— l.aige basemen), cool
.ind dry, Ipjllj Bos J, Herald ol
flee.
Hamlin eks in all Colon., 1'ihe
I2.7S.-C, i'  S.
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WATER NOTICE,
The Consolidated Mining nnd
Smelting Co. ol Canada, Ltd., of
Trail, R.C.. give notice that on the
12th day of .June, 1011, at eleven
n'obok in the forenoon, It Intends
to apply to the Water Commissioner
at his omiv in Cranbrook, Tor n
license   to take and   use twenty-live
ubic (eel of water per second, from
Mark t'rock, la the Cranbrook Water District, The water is In bo
taken from tho si roam about nt tho
Btcmwlndcr dam, l.nt 803SA and is
to bo used on Lot !t82R, Mark Crook,
for mining purposes ami put posts in
ciileiital llioieto.
Tbe Consolidated Mining ami Smelt
lug Co.
llv C. H. Moltougall, Agent
Sewing
Machines
That are Reliable
THE "FINK"
mi. :m
Complete with all attachments anil fully
guaranteed
$30.00
THE "FINK
j?
NO. LU
With all attachments nnd fully
guaranteed
$40.00
THE "FINK"
NO. 118
With all attachments and fully
guaranteed
$40.00
We will be pleased to have
you call and inspect
these Machines
MONEY I
YOU i
not SATisns:
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CRANBROOK  I.AMI IHSTRIST.
I.AMI NOTICE,
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***********************************    April    , mil.
n .ii inn.
.0-91
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN | J
Uml ws intend la nppl) tn lho Chlel
Commissioner nf Lands and Works
(or permission in purchoso tli' tnl
lowini dcsrribeil null slto, situato in
South East Kootenay District!
Beginning at n post planted al tlie
Intersection ot the western boundarj
ol l.nt Numbel 8080, wilh tile right |''
nl wuy nl tin- Kootenay Central Hull-   .,
wn,; tliriui' south ni chains 11 links
east, twenty seven ill".oil) chains,
inure nr less, following ilu1 northern
boudary of the Kootenay Central
right-ot-way; thence north twenty-
eight (-H.ii(i) chnins, moro or li-ss,
thenco west fourteen ill.mi) chains,
more or less, tu the Imunilary nf
Lot Number 81; tlicircp iu n north-
westerly dlreetton, tottowlng tho
boundary ol l.nt Number 81, to thr
oast boundary ol Lot Numhchr 30(1(1;
ilrcniT cast three (8.00) chains lo
tlm north-casl a hut of Lot Numbot
■iiiifii thence south lour (4.00) chains
to the south-east rorwr of Lot
Number 8080; Ihonco west two (1.00)
thnins, inorp or loss, lo tho plaoe ol
beginning, containing lorly (10)
arros, more or less.
Tbo Bridges Lumber Company.
.1. f. Bridges, Locator.
Dated   this  ".'Hi    day ot    April,
A Good  Home
is wlint is ili'iir In ovary limn. A homo
is whom IVni'o. ('unfurl, Ooiltotltlnoill,
nml riiuity is fniiiiil. 'I'liul is tin1 ri'iisiiii
iiii'ii tliroutfliuut British Oolumbta, wiu-n
"UniiiliriH,1;" is ilioiitlonod fliink "f tlm
provisions .Ins. Itriiull linn iiiiuli' for un
iiloul homo nl llu*
Canadian Hotel
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KOOTENAY TELEPHONE LINES, LIMITED
SUBSCRIBliRS CANCELLED.
170    lliiRhes, Iti'V. II ;  Beslilcnco
Read the Herald, $2.00 a Year
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