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THE CRAiN BROOK HERALD.
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CKANIUtOOK,   lUtlTlSIl   COLidMHlA.  THUBSDAY. APUEL   S3.   1IID8
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Watch Our
WINDOW
DISPLAY
Nexl Week
TWO PIECE
SUMMER
SUITS
In Flannel and
Fancy Tweeds
RESOLVED
YOU DONf RUN To Tiff
RATION AFTLF-Tiit-TftAiM
HAS GONE-AND EXPECT
ITO CATCH IT-     DONT
pUN TO OUR STORE
AFTER THE BEST/IAVf
.  BEEN PICKEDOVFRAND
•_j THE BESTTH/NCS ARE
's ''""•■' Come now
Ranging in Price
from
$6.00 to $15.00
bUSltR BRoWfJ
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THE KACES
K(i|ffip^
•»'imi   '    *"*" ' '* ** " ' '" "' cot-ie Viow'7>
THERE ARE MANY WHO WAIT UNTIL THE iEAMN'J
.STOCK \S PICKED OVER, THINKING THEY WILL GET
THEIR CLOTHE-S CHEAPER. So THEY WILL, HUT THEY
WILL <iET CHEAPER CLOTHED. THE BEST oMS WiLL
BE GONE. THEY (30 BECAUSE THEY ARE BE-5T. IT 13
THE UNDESIRABLE ONE-S THAT Do NOT -SELL. -SO IF
YOU LIKE CREAM BETTER THAN -SKIMMED MILK,
COME To OUR -STORE WHILE OUR .SPRING LINE \S
UNSKIMMED.
CHOICE SUITS TOR     - - - $15.00
CHOICE  TOP COATS TOR - - $15.00
SELECT SUITS FoR    - - - $25,00
SELECT TOP COATS FoR - - t2S.OO
WE SELL EVERYTHING MEN WEAR
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Watch Our
WINDOW
DISPLAY
Next Week
is getting into       good
iii r t'Very rain ihe roller
n   und kept at it so that
.11 have une oi the best
-Mciu Canada by       the
recti meeting on      May
■HIi next.    The lumber   i.s
nd for lhc stairs up     the
fool passengers and these
itruct-ed ns soon as    pus-
cm i anflda Racing circuit
in    st) dnj s   ol racing in ;
'iiti.ut.i     this      vear   and
being hung up Ior       thu
ompeto for.     The       city
nro the ISth ami  19th    ol
ilidaya    so that everyone
and farther, It       would
uii towns iii the district
ni it,.-se two days to   bo
i;i.it  .ill Hie people in ihe
have an opportunity    ol
,'• firsl  nice meeting     oi,
i nnada circuit.     Being
II means a great deal   t«>.
nil  the district.     It  will
.-.\'ii nisi .is   good racing,
v same horses, as    Cal
mtun,   Reaina jmi Wlmrf
TWO PIECE
SUMMER
SUITS
In Flannel and
Fancy Tweeds
Ranging in Price
from
$6.00 to $15.00
BANNERMAN. OF KNG) AND, IS
DrAD
j London. April 83.—Sic Henry
. Campbell-Ban nerman, (ot mer British
premier, died at 10.40 o'clock Uuv
morning at his residence. 10 Downing stun.     The end  was peaceful.
Sir Henry Campbell-Banner man was
suecwded less than a month ago by
Herbert Asquith as premier ol Great
Britain. He was premier and first,
lord <il thc treasurj of Great Britain
from lsuo to 1908. lie was for 10
years Liberal member >>i parliament
from Sterling district and leader ol
the Libt-r^l party In the bouse ui
commons Iro nine years, He was
.1 years old He was the youngest
son ol the late Sit James I il pbell
ol Stracathro, Kt rtfai il re He
sumed the additi' aa indei   the
will .-t bis maternal uncle, the late
Henry Baaueruian He was educated
In Glasgow uni vers I. and Prlnlt \
college, Cambridge, Krom IS71 tie
beU various responsible positions in
Great llritain. N'earl) a year ago
bis health began to la I and thc end
was not     unexpected        He was    w
l^reat leader ol the Liberal party
and probably une ol the beat or«
gantzera t.n-at Britain has known In
several generations.
I      THE LATEST IN STICK PINS
* Just errived. set with Jade, Coral and Cameo, mounted I
* in claw and burnished sellings.    Inexpensive, neat and (
* right up to the  minute.    Call in and have  a look at
<» them.
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I      OUTFIT AT CRANBROOK
ITIIf. PLACE TO START FOR Till-:
NEW NORTH
W. H. WILSON.
Jeweler an«l
GrulnaleOpl.tUn
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TO THE BLIND
\ili.*it w.' sny
iliilili mutters optical,
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•rni-l iilnini yoitroyoa?
ran initiation
uul \i ill i.-ll yon plum!
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l.nl liow uU.iil yourself?
\V>. iln not ol.wgo f»r
i nml ho.i.'Ktlv ll.BMU.et
F. TATE
•The Jeweler"
do it liy hand. Everything is auto- |iounits sterling, in propetty- und two
malic, even llie wax being put on inch tiros In Wisconsin—tlie Pcsliligo
| tin. thread liv Ilir machine itsclt. (in. ill 1ST1 am. I In* Hinckley lire ..I
This eompnny makes ,i specialty ,.1 llttll—were responsible lor the lu*-- ol
Hogging   harness nml  lliey turn   out I,nm. lives ami    maiiy    mini..if,    ol
  ;luis o. it     and-V.'l it to every turn-.dollars' worlll of property. i;
Ttie Findlay river placet grounds tier mill In the district. Agrieul-' A vast amount ol Ions is also
and the eountrv along tlie proposed!tiu.il implements are also one ot done liy "ground" and "siirl.ni-
line o. .lie O' T. P west ol the th,-ii- long suits. Tlu-y handle the tires, Hies which burn in Hi'- noil
Ituoky Mountains are attracting a Bccring machinery. \ carload of ot the forest or run along the surface
Kir.it deal o! attention and such In- buggies and ilemncrats are now on and lick up Hie dead leaves and other
ing .lie case, it is timely to spcalt f their way. Tire Cranlirook Trading debris o. the forest, niiile not
of the best route To reach tnoso company arc also agenls tor Ale- much timber is consumed liy the lire
parts of the province The lleralil LnugMfn Motor Car company, of Itself, the lire damages the bases anil
is indebted to llr J, U. Carroll, ot Toronto, Ont., who arc building roots ol tho trees, and tinougli the
Kimberlev lor the following Informa-j motor cars on purpose lor Mountain wouuds thus made fungi gain entrance
tion wbul-h shows conclusively thatroads. C. K. ..lurlllt. .be manager, to (ho tm- and cause tlie rotting
Craubr.wk is the proper and ' best is l" be congratulated upon the way oi the wood. ln parts of thc l.n;
outiittiug point for  those wlm    are i" wh"* lllr business is growing.        est Dominion forest reserve (the Hut-
■roming    from    the south and whoso]  ♦  ing Mountain    reserve, in Manitoba)
destination is tbe northern portion of      nmm. ... ,.„, „.,,„ WPnn,»n      ispecialli- among the aspen or wbu,.
the province.    The route is as    loi-      nnl mJ- ('olm'A WEDDING      m\tt, Uuee  out of every four trees
lows'Krom the south, via tlie    Soo-,   are tound l.i lie damaged in ibis w.iv
Spokane line to Craubrook, at which Mr. and Mrs. (leorge Carlwrlght The area hus been repeatedly burned
point any tMug and everything that led two weeks ago lor Hamilton, over; thc trees were thus won,.. ..•.•
goes to make up a prospector's out- Ont., to attend thc double golden the fundus spores gained entrance win
u. nu\ be purchased at reasonable, wcdiliu-**- ol relatives of theirs, and the the above result followed.
rate-, thenc* up iln, Kootenay vallev; Hamilton Times has this lo say ol Insects may also gain access to
and 'down   the   Columbia)   rivet to tho oventt thc tree trunks iu this way.
Heaver, which, by the wav, is      the    The most unusual event occurred on    In view ot   these facts the import-
most northerly    point on'the    main I Tuesday, April 7.   at   the   home   ol ancc ol fire protection in the    forest
line oi the Canadian   Pacific rallwaj. John l-akim-,  Nacsagaweya,       when can easily be realized.      Thc   great
Krom Beaver bv boat   seventy    miles John and   Mrs. Lnking and    Charles thing to be done is lo discover
down the Columbia rivet t,, (lie l\H and   Mrs. Harper, of Harper's    Cor- put   out    the lire   belore    it gets
llend,    with   only one short portage ueis,   celebrated   the golden anntver- etart, and    Ibis 18  the great
*i Surprise rapids,    then     up       Uie sin
Cam* river one hundred miles t
A GREAT OPPORT1 \ 11- \
Eastor   vestry ini-etiti**    The c I'.K. company lias taken      a
church   was beld in      MiOjIarge spacsj at ti„* Kr.u.eo Hiiumi ,-i
l.asier .M..|iday, the rector position,   which is     to be held      in
The rector read his    re-iLondon, lor tin* purpose ol nuvert.a
'h, togothel  with the flnan- lag c-uada.     I'be companj is asKing
t. showing a balance      in •..•,;.    -aMiperatlon     oi   tne    curious
..ml no indobtedncas will       be boards o. trade througlioui  Uie uom-
"!'. s,,"i .o       every un.,;,.     Contributions ol appropriate
congregation.        the nuwa ot ouiei articles dcscupuvi oi
i iv,ie appotnlcd   (or Kast Kooteniy's    atttacUona       toi
spottetnfQ ar.u set*..,*.6 are reaues.ee
a—I, K   Armstrong.!  ,	
a   [leVcre      lliint, OEPtTY MINISTER i        -    .
•  ■■*•■!*.'■        '■               Tt Hi. lo BE lli.Kl.
nd r.   T. Bry- 	
J. It. Anderson, deputy minister ot
agrtcuitutv tor ttie province ot lirit
isu Columbia, will be In the district
ti;i,'a»d give short talks t-o the tanners
_jl5S and ranchers next week, .vs far as
.Is known Mr. Anderson will be in
| Kort Steele on the 38th, in Cranbrook on tbe --Jth, in Elko on tue
Joth and in Creston on May 1st. lt
ro.ii'i be well for over) farmer,
rancter and fruit grower to meet
Mr. Anderson at one of the points
earned.
KHITT FARMS
The firm ot liobinsoli-McKcnzie arc
putting sirtew five acre blocKs on
tt.i* market within lj miles of ?he
Cranbrook post office. Those lands
are along the banks of St. Joseph's
creek ant are excellent for growing
ait varieties of fruit. II.ing so near
town there is no doubt they will be
picked up very quickly.
Math n    Iras ordered a
which will be   here shortly. This
ar is a now type runabout and
ml to be a great hH!-blfmber.
I..i-.t Suiid.,
return trip, tifii
,   , . Qowness    lookout to i'. Parker's
creek and made thc
*r. tntleff, in .-he hour
VanDecar took I.is nl
, ..n    Sun-
n. twenty-
and lorty
Hlal e
in tl:
:dai. c.n'tkst
ut. st ol lhe W.C.T.l .
Presbyterian cleirch
... Friday, April Huh.
iresided and Mrs      S
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FOR BLOWING OFF A
FRIEND
Or in other wont-,, tor the
lofreslimotit of guests, some ot
.„.. IIMII CLASS WINKS are
nol onlv ilei.lrulile, lint es.en-
Hal.
" WHITE SUl" IS THE KST
A. L. McDERMOT
Whokult Wine Merchanl
PHONE   IT
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-t the besl .*..:   2 **e:. b]   the .V ,
V..      I'he contest was won by Laura)
Richards, who recelred lbe n.ed*l bi
the   Jiuiiies iouud it veiy  hard
make a decision, owing to the       e
ceiienee of the work   of  the    lario
eompctttors.
and
poinl opposite Cranberry lake.
The water in Canoe river is very
quiet and free from rapids. A poll*
age of one and a half miles has to
he taken here before Swift creek is
reached and this is    followed    down
their wedding. " of Ilie lire    patrol systems institute,
Tliere   were   one   hundred    invited by the Dominion and several oi      11.,
guests present   from    Hamilton, To- provincial governments.
I.iindns.     llaliliurti.il, lluelph,
A.icifovlc,  Campollvlllc,  Mountsbcrg,
Cranlirook. II. C, Crcston,   "
an.) Cloverdalc. H.C.
llolb couples    were thc
11.
recipients
A 0001. PAIM.I.V
Breathes there a man with soul so
t<i Tete .leune Cache a distance of of handsome and appropriate pre- dead that to himsell has never said,
7 or 8 miles, when the Kraser river sents. The children ol Mr. and ||y trade ol late Is getting bad,
is reached. Once on Ihe Kraser the Mrs. taking presented lo them two y\\ try another hall-page Ail. ll
traveller may either follow It down Morris chairs and a gold headed cane, -such there be go mark him well, K01
22j miles to Kort (leorge, or it Mr. and Mrs. Harper were each pre- nim no hank account shall swell, No
hv wishes to go Into Hie Kind- scnlcd Willi well-lilted purses by angels walcb the gulden stair to wcl*
lav river country, go up lhe Salmon tlicir lamily. Alter thc presentation c,)mB |lonre a millionaire. To suili
river to a point opposite Summit the guests assembled in the dining . mm the noisy din ol trallic mav
lake, fifteen miles, wheic a seven mile toom, which was lit with candles in not enter In, tor bargain seekers by
portage is encountered to Crooked. old time brass candlesticks. The the score shall pass, nor heed his
river, which in followed down scv- room was beautlltilly decorated with iin&y iim. Tread lightly friends
snty-livc miles to Kort McLcod, then carnations, narcissus aud tulips. )et „„ rl„*e smm(| disturb his solitude
down the Parsnip river to the mouth After dinner an interesting program proio^d. So let him live in calm
.1. Findlay river, which Is about ol speeches and music was furnished. ,,^(,5^ unsought, escept bv men lie
li miles, .hen up the   Findlay river     A photographer was on hand,    and owre      *,„,, when he ^n you   plant
         '--   the diilcrent  groups ol the assembly, tim dwlli ,•*,„•**, naught may break his
nne ol which was thc picture ol the dreaming sleep where no rude clamor
daughter, granddaughter and great- may Ai°^ th(, qlltel ,*,at |,t. |„v,.s
lour generations, Mrs. I.aking, her (0 wc*.l; iai lhat ,**,,, wor|-| m.,j
granddaughter. .know Its loss, plant on tils grave    a
 * I wreath ol    moss, and on    the stone
F0RFST FIRF PROTECTION       amfK Ilere   lies a man    who would
In Kort Orahnm about twenty miles.
This brings the traveler to lhe heart
el the Findlay river placer    country. '
There    is   no   »piesiion    hut      lhat lour
those coming Irom the United Stales
cannot   do   better than make    .heir,
euttitting point Craubrook,
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Railway Equipment
Nuw and Relaying Rails, Shay fleareil Locomotives.
Ilcislcr llcared Locomotives
Logging Cars and Trucks, Sawmill Machinery,
Sales and Vault Doors
Writes for pi i.e. and Catalogue,:
Gorman, Clancey & (irinilley, Limited
NI'I.SON, 11, C.
530 (till Ave. We
CALtlAltY
7W-S--I-II, til. Street
Kt.MO.iTON, Al.TA.
The   Cranhrook   Trading
starte.1 in   a small way some    tin"1
ago.    Tmlay they ure doing one   ot
Read The HERALD
A (MOWING LOCAL INSTITUTION
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HAWAIIAN*   SEWS   SERVICE
The lUwaii PromotioD committee
ha*e wratigwl tor n news service
Iroin HoUwlulu Ior ihe newspapers of
the United States an^ Canada. This
•mie* will commence tn aboul three
OT ionr ^tvks atwl will ^ivc all the
latest *t»apjH*iiii^s ar. Me islands ot
thf Hawaii group.
• j   WATCH THK  DISTRII
Born—At Cranbrook, B. C.April 20, 190«, to Mr and Mrs
ft'.   Wanlell. a soo.
i Corporation of the City of §
Cranbrook i
MKTHOI.1ST oHiincti
April .eth.
tiie largest* businesses In lbe district, uot only with their hav and
tad liusiiiess, bul also with their
harness and Implements. A reprc-
•entative of tin- Herald paid a visil
last week to the Cranhrook Trad-
Ing company's warehouse, or rather
ehlel warehouse, because they have
three, and saw there what is one ol
the most up-to-date harness making
md implement' establishment in the
interior ol British Columbia. This
(ompany makes its own harness and
It is splendid harness at that. W*
Park, who is in charge ot this department ol the work, was kind
uiougti to show Hie Herald man lbe
whole ot the up-tcnlate plant. There
Was a sewltiR machine which sews
through lour or Ave thicknesses ol
leatlier with as much ease as an ordinary sewing machine would sew
together two pieces ot cambric. The
itltches ean be regulated in sine
in that there are anywhere Irom
4 to 8 to the Inch. On this machine
* trace can he sewn as Quickly
Fire is the greatest enemy the   lor
lest has. and, before it Is worm while
'attempting anv nclentillc management
ompany o( nlf jorcsts, some means must,    be
put  In operation lor keeping        tho
iies out o! it. so that tliere may   be    The Masonic body will attend divine
ionic    certainty nf  our having      a twice in the morning at .1 O'clock,
forest to manage.    The amount,     ol The wrvice will he Hilly choral   and
damage done to the forests hy   fires Mrs. W. T-lleid will render a solo.
in limes before any protective system     Bunday schoo  and Bible class    ai
was cslablisl  Is simply incalculable;, J .o'clock*..   Subject;  -'-lesus Tenches
it bas   olt.n been said, and probably Humility
'    "    -    the truth, tbat        *-
soctal to     Mr
en tails short ol    the truth, tbat     •*-#M-,'.S,*S'    _ ia    - -
forever"   dollar's worth ol    timber aad. Mrs.   -W. T.   ItoWlat 8 o'clock
taken bv the lumberman Irom       the All are invited    to attend.    Refresh-
ffl^^ffiTmttrric,?; jSSiffrsftA "-
g?   hafc   destroyed   &   dollars' Sunday fehoot^d ^ecH.^,
Mosl in evidence is the destruction'   *Hlnesday-Annua| meeling ol   th,
done by "crown" fires, fires    which £P»«rth. "fff^h Jfa^vf-Li,
grt 111  into the foliage of the    trees, t*™     '» ™, * ,r<*. at »» c.l(«k*    .
11   mn iv tracts nl the wooded    dis- J2»!-fh8l'*,£_L, nl?cia'. 'f",''
Jriet, of'  Canada   mile alter mile ol ■"•ting I" the    vestry at S o clock
eountrv Ims been swept over by such Presentation ot the annual report   ol
a lire, nml    "I    what    was once   a 4,1 departments of thc church.      All
thrifty, green   forest   only blackened njn,^!, 0( tht board are espc-iallv
slumps   anil    tree trunks     remain. __^. ,_ .,„ „_,,,-,.
Sometimes the consequences are even "J,uwt™ l° ,,c p?,     . .   „.„.    ,
more serious, and much lite and prop-    Neit Sunday,    May Jrd-l.tnldren s
erty Is    destroyed.     The Mlramichi, ttrvlce at il o'clock, to be tullowcd
N.B., lire ol October, Iban, destroyed ky the annual roll call and the Sao
man could prepare his Miread     to 10b lives and a quarter  ot a million lament ol tbe Lord s bupper.
TAKE NOTICE thai you are hereby required on
or before the Fourth Ulh, day of AUj, IW8. al Six
(. o'clock p.m., local time, lo have all ihe garbage,
ashes and rubbish of every description placed in thc
lane or on the street adjacent lo your premises, in
licans or in boxes, ashes and garbages to be kept
sepcrale; and to have your premises thoroughly
cli'-incd and in a sinitary condition.
Wagons and teams will be lurnished by the City,
free ui charge, on Ihe morning of the Sth of May,
IW-,. to remote thc same. The owner or tenant of
ill.- premis s shall assist the teamsters to load the
same in ll.c wagons and In removing Ihe sane from
ll.c lanes or streets. Monday the Fourth (4th) day
ol May. I'lliK, is declared to be a general cleaning day
for lhc lily.
The owner or tenant of premises nol clcu. ed pur
suant to this notice by the morning of the I iith (5th,
of May. 1908, will he summoned under Ihe provisions
of the Health lly-l.aw and is liable to a penally not
exceeding 'ine hundred dollars (}I00.(I0;. The provisions uf ll.e By-Law will he strictly enforced.
The City is not bound (ogive any nolice whatsoever,
and this nolice is given merely in order In facilitate a
general cleaning up of the premises within the City
and shall not acl as a precedent.
%      Date.! this 21st day of April, 1908.
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By Order,
J. P. FINK, Mayor
B. HENDERSON,
Chairman of tbe Health Committee
li. W
CONNOLLY,
Medical Healih Officer 1
Better Cooking.
Every iiiun appreciates good cooking and
(Acs a piiJc ui iluing ii.   "BON KII." >
advantage witli .Jl Im dishes,    li greallj
flavor uf stews, soup-*, roasts, hsli. etc. and
llwir uuuriiliiiig value,
An ecotioniical way Io get it U in the 1 Hi
every
ui be
impr<
also i
bottle
woman
used i"
ve, the
creates
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
BUD  Illllli. TIIUON IU
t. K  WAi-KEX, Pr,.14ent
__U_JL. LA1K1'. (j.u.rfcl Mau.f.r
a. B. IktXANU, Kupfiuiteadtnl el
Bian-be.
Lsi.nilsnlo imt
Paid-up Capital, $10 000,000
Rest, - - - 5.000.000
Total Assets, -  113,000,000
Branches Ihroujhmil Cauada, and ta llie United States aud Knjijnd
A GENERAL RANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
O'.-WMtHOlAl   Ai.ll raHM.HS*  P.etH OrtK.OVJNl.Ul
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SAVINGS BANK  IIM'AIUAll-NT
Deposit* uf SI .md upward* received, and interest allowed nt
•uri-.nl rate*. The depositor ia fc-uh|uct tu hu delay whatever lu
the withdrawal ol the whole ur un>  pin tion ul tha d*p«*U.
I CRESTON   FRUIT   LANDS
In A.'I.'NS. inljoiiiliiK ll'1' Inwtisit.--.1' I'i
Ion. ji.-i* ai-i*..
20   VCKKS,   vvitliiti  half-mil,* nf   tl„*   i.ovii   ..f
I ll'l-sloil.   per MCI*.*
2D  ACHES, ono   mile   m.rtli  nl   .'I'dston
7  i.i*  -- in-rns eleflivil . .
in  Ulit:  I'.l.n.'KS no   I'oal    11
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cash mt on ti: jims
___srss_____K___s______=__r   KG I'I      I
$150
$75
$125
'" $125
BEALE & ELWELL
l.ui'A I, A.il'.N'TS
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\ A. C.   Bowness j
• Wholesale Dealer in *
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Wines.  Liquors and Cigar*   l
We make a specialty of giving prom
attention to Mail Orders
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• .-.iK-.iuoii  io man uruers ♦
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\ Family   Groceries \
Ilia*  euiliraees a gfnut many Iiiiii*,-. an.l a li-i wonl.l Iill f
new, ol {.,-,.    So we Simply waul  lo im ■,!»-. s till- Inel Llilll oio
.1,,, I. <i..!.i •"<•-all the linos neudi-.l in a Iiiiiiii, in..I iihiihIIj
GOODS   DELIVERED   PROMPTLY
* to lo
ood, dulivureil |u f Iv.    1. l.-i-i	
rilnrs ...li.ile.l
I'IIONI:
17.1
J. HANNING Tv!
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x]', w#* t'ltrry in st-ul
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Ijritltl'-.ll IIEI.'I'IXCI  IX Al.l. SIZES
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I The Home of Up-to-Date Tailoring f
In s|u'iiur Nainiv nroates anew in field mul IWpsI.        ♦
What inorn lilting time to illacard the soinbru Areoa of
winter nn.I mi ay oneself iu   clothes whieh   liniu^ly
relied tin- joy uf lilVont.ilu.irs under mutiny nkii-B.
Vour i-iiri'l'iil review of our spring exliihit will su^ftosl
an iipjini|ii'iate Bolt'cUmi,
! Leask C& Henderson
J THK   IP To PATIO TAU.0H9
THK 1HIANUKOOK    HEHALU
TIMBER LIMIT "SCANDADfi.1
(Ottawa Free I'ress}
The alleged timber limit scan<tftl  ia
exploded.     Thc Conservatives       set
uni. .it Un- i.jiwiiiiji of tin'      present!Rdttn
session uf iiurlittuiont,  to sliow   that'
the govern limit's policy in connection
THE NEW CATHOLIC ORDEK UN
MAUMIAGE
•ailli llif dlstluttftl of lhe timher limits
Cranbrook, 11.
terald:
Dear sir:   on
in-fiM, mu;, i-o
..   _nd ivasteiiil. and, Iiiill.-,-n"rr;T,..''l'B"l;",1'";
he department of the inter-Catholic Ial tli
M l\,   and the    imperial Si«*m'
iit'iue   limits   Hut fihiek I
\pn
15
I'm
1..1
.11
t. h
uninuii) i.t secure   Iiniii
tu havo ruiio to ihal tenderers. o( them have tnlletl I
lirst contention was completely uci nieanlna of it   .ml
in thu debates in tin- House lending in their   coiiii
hi, l.r .1
the
il..
Jinn..
Pulp
ought
Thu
answri    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
nf Commons;    tht' sreond was proved Wln
to tie uiifoiindcil liy thr investigation r;I '(
before tin- public accounts committee- tliin^?: set t
The    |...li<\ ..t the   present gdve-n- 0l reliable million!'
 *  t'lt-iy a   continuation    ol ^ VuU1-   p(>fnijs,,,
that ol its predecessors; anil the out- ,,| y,'„n  v.iln.iliU-in
cry that it had been practically Riving-   flf0 object uf tin
thc public resources was aiisw- marriage is fur the
trnl  hy  Uie stitteiiit'iit that  the MtW- matrimonial slate,
,en/ie govenimciit, from  lK*:t       to ()lt. number ot    h,*
5xT^, recclvett an average bonus     oi ltP marriages    nm
square mile on * total t0 diminish ' tin- t
of .'tin    square miles; the   Conserva- jt nlms to snleffiun
tors, Hi.ni 1879 i.» ltw», an average the snerajnent ntnn
bonus of -Vt.:! per square milo on    an tu ,im,s( ,|„. ]_1)l(.
Bipinro mili^, ami   the w|)|ch is Bprcadhid
present   no ministration   an   average prfsent tlnie.
1 " '"""      Some of the
.1 .lay
\. Issued a
.hiiiitv of
nging to the
>imi- then papers
iitrj luivc pllllllKll
iew Uw <i\ Hi.-
intely, fm reasons
• to ilisfu^s. some
1  the f\-
Ihfi itiis-
iil
new tlecri
letlermen
li-ntls I.
y anil im
l.ftr.it kit
iiber ..I 1
III.'   .lllL.li
■. 1 lirtstti
tir. I
s;i.iee
end.
on
or the
lessen
hence
I	
These  Iii;
the alien
tlio prcsi
evet'ssiu'
rang ilia
rutlvcs a
tlm a im.1
»ni.rl!, Il
14.3 per
i'he in
ti
.    administration
..I sHl.***J on an area of ti.-laii
Hon
tin
s|ii-ak for themselves, li
timber hinds    muter
a_—_—m___Wfm   1       speti.
Iministratioii lias been flIl(j |
iment«is a lioome
t Hits baelv upon the t'onser-
-ith toe fold force; anil, il
mi of llie bonus has been too
iw much loo small was the
square mile'.'
diey of the government,
it>   predecessors, was
___. l'r"
tbe decree nlTect   tl
thei
mm—-—- ^l
the  proper  minis!.'
tion id marriages.
The first are chic
1st.   Thai promi
so called cngagcmi
valid bv the el
hoen
uud
lilil' t-hf} b;
sitler.it
.ill."- ot
ngnized
Wl It'll
made
llh tin.'
primarily to get a revenue oul of the gitlpSi thflt is to say, bv written .
tale of timber limits* but to get   the UiivU ^gm\ luij „lt|V |)V x\w (wn
timber resources oi the ctmutry open- ties who make tlm engagement (u
t>\ tip; and that limits have eiitiancen tilse they nro unable
ui value is the cbnsbqUericc of that d)l!v (uitLlilletl sttlisli-
policy, coupled with an active im- an nuthorUed priest;
two trustworthy wit
rule conies   as a pr
at le.
uli.
(ash.
men l s
men n
deceptive
wriii', bv    a
> lo
hy
new,
.gainst
uguge-
;       not
it- 1.1 he   pre-
ii unless     tbey
engagement be-
.s onlv thai cii-
Thts
i-.i
Jt
'atholics
mari')
lprevii.il
tore witnesses; it means
fakements wnuld not  he s
tore an     eci'iesinstical    j
tbey     he made in the wa
I hove.
2nd. Marriages of Tallin!
to  be valiiil    must   iu  lbe future   In
' contracted  before a    parish priest of-
I     ENGLAND'S NEW PREUltiQ     '
At ,rtli years of age Mr. Asqulth
.steps from the influential position uf
chancellor of the exchequer to that
of premier, and assumes his new po-
1 sil ion with the advantages ot es-
i perience gained during a Imig and
tf active public career, lie lias repre-
„ sctiteil the East Fife district of Scotland iu parliament .sine* ISStl. He
si-i\«il as secretary of stsito tor tho
borne department from lftttt to tBUft,
and was etvlesmstieal commissioner
during the same period. The ULstlne
tion of being the lirst Liberal lord
reetor ot Glasgow university in twenty vears was accorded him in 1005,
Ah. Asqulth was bora at Morlev
Yurkshirc, Seutcrabct iii. 1803. lio
was educated in tlm City of Loudon
school. Italiol- college, Oilord, and
t\.is entered us a barrister of I.m
coin's Inn during the yi-nr ik;o. iu
was enrolled us a tjuecn's counsellor
in Isiiii. Tlw honorary 0.L.O, degree was conferred on mm by Oxford
and the honorary I.L.IV, by i-.tun
liurgh. liis pnueip.il nvieatlou i.
golf.
In parliament Mr. Asquith b.i<. been
recognized as the le.'iiter of Uu* un
por tails tic section of thu caWnet.
while Sir Henry t-'ampWll-lUimeiiti.iu
I Was the leader of the Hadieals. His
appointment as successor to "O.-ll,
is expected to develop at least
slight modification uf the policy    ol
tbe cabinet a.s n whole. With thel
single exceptant of John iloiley, Alt.
I Asqulth is the senior Liberal ot,
[minisletial rant in the house ol
commons. Worley is looked upon as
a ptlllQSOptlie siatesnun anil As
qultli as .the practical leader, nnd n
is gctierall) the practical man wiui
succeeds in Downing street. J ust, at
tliis lime the pending measures before
the house nre ol a controversial nature, nnd Mr. Asquitdi has been pro
mlncntly identified with them all. Mr.
Asquttli' was one ol tHatlstttne's
right-hand men, and it was umlcr
the leadership of the i.;rcat commoner
that he developed bis owu ability as
a lender, which was emphasized ill
the succeeding Kosebery resime.
Under both Gladstone atid itoscbcry
Mr. Asquitb was secretary of .state
for the homo department. UautCjil
lahoritcs iu parliament, ' sunragot-
tes" iu England ami Socialists havo
their
inpaign. lt is the mis
t.tl>e of hieiuHy, as well as hosti'e
critics to consider the value ol limits
today, alter mueh capital has been
■pent on tho industry and valves have
■appreciated all round, rather than the fen'ted in
actual value ot the limits when they have mark
Here acquired, sav. in 1!H)2, 1U03 and
I UUL No doubt,' sales in the future
Hill have to be regarded mure in the
light ot good business transactions;
but it sliould not be forgotten that,
in the past, thc Industry in the west
Was undeveloped and bad to be encouraged, much the same as immigra
tion had to be. delating within the limits of his par
lhe argument that it was a Waste- Wl   or UoYil    anciU,or ,,riest     dulv
, ..I nollcy     to give   away homestead d(.|egated to that effect.     At   every
' lands, which have since become very mnrringj the presence of two wit-'
raliiahle, is just as legitimate as Rpssrs is rC(luimi mider |min 1|( miU„
that  winch has recently been usetl lo j^„ ■'»
louml a charge of wastefulness in re- iH suhiect to this new law everv Fernie, B.C., April SO.—James Mo
Ipect of the disposal of timber limits, person that is of has been onee it ^voy, chief engineer and land com-
The competitive bonus, as a matter memher of the Catholic church ■1'ssi0,l*'r °f ^ Crows Nest Pass
Of fact, was not intended to bear any whether marriage is contracted with *'0il' company, bas resigned his po«i-
relatinn to the    value.of the timber; A member of the same faith or    nol   **"" '*rp ani* w''1 sl,ort'y flttV""    '*"
stain. ■<! he- \itUU- sjncc counted him a mom
Ige, unless ^|M>u5uion«
Mr, Asquith has beeu twice mar-
ricil. His present wife was tin1
daughter of the . late Sir Untiles
Tenunnt. They have seven daugn-
ers.
indicated
order
JAMES McEVOV  HESlGNS FROM
THE  CROWS    NEST PASS
COAL COMPANY
but was instituted to determine which Ndh-Cafholtcs who contract n
at two or more people who wanted     between themselves are not in
* connection with it to
111-;
l lieu
ofie
lar bt-nli should have it.     the
way subject to this law
ng the highest bonus retciv- wlicrp Ul)(|||)| ,„ (||JM.
ing It. The stumpage and other dues fonil „, ot.nBttgBmen
Were for lbe revenue. ,    v|lis law    u.iU n„
lhe general     policy of  the govern- m.xt Kwrfer Sundav,
Dietit bas largely contributed to    the 0I,iVersal law of the ehureh.
Increase in ihe value of the country s    ximnklng yon in ndvanco for    v
ti'suiircew; and     now out of this cir, ol.]j..ili;, hlndness, 1 remain, dear'
fiuiu.i.iiiff, tbey are condemned,  llieir Vours'-Wcrv sincerely
oppuncnls say    limits are worlh    so. - --
much today; how is it you did     not
iiii ihal amount, in limil and 11103?     I ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
'    ' DEATH OK   ill U.l.KS    LINDSAY
rriaiie *<""'"»•"» »>i» »  '"    accept
iponslble one    with tlie German Df1-
lltcy are no- w'°l,n'ent company, which owns and
the Catholic ^ H,mUt    to develop extensive   eoal
' or murrlnge  *n':,s    '" "lp ueighliorhood of    Ottl-
into force    oii *KflT-v''     ^r' MeKvn)'   h*x   been con-
ii.1 hfcoini-   the tievieit    with   the    former company
for   a great     many years in several
capacities,  as     geologist, chief engineer and land commissioner
Father L.' Ch,.
Prest
t Ini
iii.
llm   charge thut    the former laud
Commlsslonet manipulated the tenders
in the interests of ibe Imperial I'ulp
company   ami    Mr.     Harrows    was
fch.i-.wi I o he unfounded.     The   company's soiieitor testified that  certain
figures, wli'u'li it  was insinuated    hatl
been filled in     by    Mr, Turriff, were
will [fit  by   himself;  and  thc evidence
nl Hn- local thaiiager ol the Dank   of
Ottawa and the dates oil the cheques
proved Uiat  they were made out    he
'fotf- the tenders were opened, so thai
cheques could     not liuve been supple- 2*^"
menled after the tenders were opened, jjir ,
|Mr. TurritV opened the tenders iu his |||(. jj','^'    ^illiaiu M
iecrctuiy's presence, and she stalea |^ti*l«uy 'arranged for
weeks,
there was no supplementing
manipulation.
II the public accounts committee
had beeu a public tribunal the chairman would have said that Mr, Tur-
ttli lefl the court '-'without u stain on
bis character;" and there wouhl be a
charge of defamation oi character
tguiiisl ibe opposition. Uiu. members of parliament air privileged, rue
onl) restraint whieh is supposed to
iuiluiiiec their conduct is tbat imposed by individual sense of honor; and,
Kernie Fl
const-ions f.
occurred    Sum!
Lindsay,  father
K.C., president
Pass   Coal   company,   aged h
Lindsay  had    bet
linee his ivlurn i
ter.     Deceased vf
ism), at  Lincoln, England, cumi
Canada in LMt, when hi- joined
the Examiner,  founded
Sir Francis Hick';,        In 18111,
gall,
tin- public
icing   untile death
of Chas.
Lindsay,
s      Nest
Mr.
ill)
CARON  IS DEAD
Montreal. April 20.-Sir Adolph
Caron died at the Royal Victoria
(hospital today. He was minister of
'militia at the time of the Northwest
rebellion in 1885, and bis services in
suppressing it was knighted by tjueen
i Victoria.
'ANSEMiElt CONDUCTORS
KNOINKERS
ASM
Us   ll.
f.iilin.L-;   p ______________________________*-
ni here last   wlu-l "■   '
horn liVhriifiry 7,j ConMuctors NililtM.k, Recliei, Corey
.. to-ami Greaves and Engineers Murphy,
'the Robertson, (till and liryaus will be
by in charge of the Soo-S|wkane train,
witiijNos. 7 and 8, The -regular " pok-
.Mr.taenger    will be in charge of Comluc-
    il ion tors Jackson, Martin and Caven and
of the'Norib American, which fouriWill he pulled by Engineers Killins,
years later merged with the Globe.I Brock, Gaslake, Watdiqan miM Mc-
Dcccased cditnl the Kxuinhmr till GoWrlck. Tbe Macleod local will
1853 when he became editor of the,be run by Conductors Hunt, McNabb
Leader, continuing In this capaeilv and Camertiii and entfaimd hF En-
till 1867, when, owing to lll-liealtli piueers .lohmsoti, Yeandle and Royal.
he resigned to accept the appoint-'™* Kimberley train ,, will be in
ment, temleretl hy Hon. John San- *»'«" ,,f Lonrtuetoc Pettltt and
field MacDonald. registrar ..[ deeds Engineer Magee. Tbe hingsfcite
lor Toronto, retiring In lUOfi. |1,J,*", will be in   charge of Conduct
In 18ii*> the late Mr. Lindsay    was Genest and Engineer Flnncssey.
•ent hy the governmenl to tho West-. ♦
ern States and    wrote "The Prairies; FOR SALE
utterly wanting, there    is of t|lr Western States." in answer to
except, of course, in the  miai m volume by Jas. Cniril, M.I'.
jeoiirt oi appeal—the people, who  will judicial to CnnnWa.     In '."»2 In-
,bo required, at the next election,   to riiHl ,jallcti eldest    daughter of
.pass judgment  upon this degradation ||am     |jVon    Macken*/.lc   and    ii
|at public life.     The opposition      are wrot(. -The Life aud Times nf
out afler the government, and suspic- MacKenzie."     He twice reported for'n^inke of'ahmiTS0€ acies T'larol
i„n and misrepresentation are    tlieir the government; on the Ontario l.nund-ljl'utv of S^lr^rroundUm
l're-1 32fi acres of land,-very suitable for
nnr- combined stoek and fruit farm, 200
WtW teres is ilrst-class bottom land with
''-never falling stream of cxcrilcnt
*1'-(water.    Rordering oo soutb side is
capons,     it is time the governmenl tries.     Mr
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ _    Linils.iv's
and ils supporters were out after the newspaper career was
OpposUlun; and tbe only weapon ihey wrote the lirst lending
is   the
plain truth.
THE  DOMINION   FAIR
The Dominion exhibition to be held
in Calgary    June 20th to July
lis being rushed toward completion as
I rapidly as Manager Kicharuson    andi*PPoll.l,',psi
bis hi art can accomplish jt.
1    There are over one hundred
[thirty-five exhibits
iil era iv     and
■xtensiie.    He
m_______________*tt, article for flu
Mail on its publication In '72. lit
also wrote lending articles in the
Canadian Monthly, and for 20 years
contributed to the Monetary Times.
(When the Roynl Soolety was organoid Mr. Lindsay wns one of the lirst
I    Durini:  the    period  of bis residence
an(j in Ferule lhe Into Mr. Lindsay eniov-
'^.•ady"hw.ked in «J B?l!!H!!!*!r 'J,lr bwiU* fl"'
space
Of   his advanced
tivelv
ml wa:
m^________um- literary labor
the preparation    of    bis
cal work up to   the time
fe lived a ver
the various buildings.     All the
'in these has been taken up, and applications are coming in by every
! mail as well as hv wire.     The    de-       .
mand has become sn urgent thai   the Pftn 'M'       ..     .
I manager has decided to erect    three |"   Mlls   ''■■>' m
'lnrge tents 2h x 50 feet cacti, and to
form     them    into one for exhibition
purposes to accommodate those who
iweie so unfortunate as to lmve failed
to secure space in the ot-'icr buildings
I   The     work ou tlie buildings      ami
grounds is progressing satisfactorily,
and everything     promises to be
readiness on opening Hay.    The space
outside allotfeil lor restaurants and
'similar     purposes,  has been eagerly
•napped up. evidencing the fact  that
these   shrewd     people   anticipate
larm' attendance.
I   From the enquiries and letters    of
itiilaii.m   received iu thei ofllc
reader and oil
events as well as
Lindsay's demise
of the pioneers w!
In moulding iho
Canada.
ig an
■indent
u-olilic .
removes
.1 were
festiiiio
oc-
illl.l
ist  histori-
i[ bis de-
quiet    life
omnivorous
of current
ul lmi- Mr.
another
-nlispii-uoits
nf  Upper
A II.
PIONKEI.
Mo
PASSES  \W\Y
The Hon.
• bin-Drake    die.
Victoria.     Mr.
Fire Insurance
emu; i.
there
the pi
is gro
Jaguo   William Try-
I  lasl   Monday      al
.     I list ice  Drake     came
Irom England to British Columbia in
1803 and was a number of the colonial council until  isvo.     In 1877     heL_^^^^^_^^^_^^^^___
t interest heluir t,kt.i. in ?** m)'nr nf Yicloria and a     mem- We are now representing some of   llm
.■*., .\t.i.-. ._5PcEfflSLi!5 »»r ol the legislative assembly      In Very best, ami strongest firo Insurance
lHH'J.       He was made a    Q.C.        in companies, ones Mint have bit-n triott
1883 and   was elevated lo   the hciich>nd found conflagration proof.     Vour
In  188!).     Judge  Drake retired from home   and    business   should lmi well
itable   for grazing stock,
improvements,      Cleat   title,
quire "C. S," Herald office.
Sonic
En-
M31.
THE
FROST INVESTMENT CO.
Dealers in
Farm Lands
Carefully selected tracts of both wild
and improved lands nt attractive
pi ices and easy terms.
Fruit Lands
are selling the best fixe ami t
e irrigated tracts In 11. C. Good
soil, level land, beautiful scenery,
nnd got nl location. Oioud lloor
prices. Also large tracts suitable
for subdividing. Easily Irrigated.
I for list,
Umber
Huth large and small tracts.
lent   timber, and   on    g'"*d
I reams.    Rock bottom price:
an ,im.nl to invest Iu these.
Excel
driving
.     \..u
oposcd daily flights of Strobe!
atrsmps, and the oilier high class attractions which   will feature tbe eat-
hil.
femen all over   tbe    conn
king tbe    liveliest interest
the bench fi
•event y-nine
of bis death.
r ve
nld   at
The lu-i
try ..if I
in the i..ie meet which is a part    of    	
the exhibition     part   of   tbe      pro-| *
gramme, and the success of tbe races ('R\NRROOK  NUiiCLD DO
is already assured. j WISE
Word is reaching thc exhibition of-'	
was
linn1
(lees even dav, showing that . the' Nelsnn, 11.
boards ,,f irade and agricultural so- first Arbor Dav a
cielies having in charge the district well celebrated' ii
exhibits, are all hnsV getting their bolidav was pri
displays gutlieml togethvr und the all «l the Stores
competition in these win he both keen body turned oul f
*ud interesting. eleaniug up of gn
dieted.
We respect fully solicit your business
in any of the above lines, and are
in a position to give you the very
best sorvlco and fair treatment.
Every deal as represented.    Full list
April  15.—Nelson slot property will bu furnished on    np«
il cleaning day was plication.    List   your property   with
lay,     A civic linlf us for quick sales. 52-tf
■1.timed,  practically
[•losing and every-
i tree piantltig and
..lids and lawns.
4
Imperial Bank of Canada I
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP
REST	
$10,000,000
$4,925,000
$4,925,000
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on Deposits from dale of deposit
and CREDITED QUARTERLY.
CranbrooK Branch: J. F. M. PINKHAM, Mgr. j
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Many
Polio
An An jilt nt ivti.l Si. Kmas
Us
the mail  who thinks he can't uiford a
:v  vv hit can Ic.-isl afford to do without ono.
ARNOLD &   ROBERTS
Insurance
Accident, Sickness, mid Guarantee
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G. M. BLAKE & V. ROGERS, Proprietors
Mr. Uliikii luis luui I'igliteuM
witli tlm (liviii N..iHi, in liy,
iibji-o. of .In* in u linn in -L-1v
' ,listrii*l Ih.. vi'iv I,si wrvii'i.
n-jHi-iiill}- nf li.ANI.UK'I'S AND I'AltTI l*.,S AT
ill).
yuiir's csporiencc, anil Ims Ih-cu
until tliis month. It will bp tho
i* iln- pi'i.plo of Crtiiilirook und
ol.l.-iiiiiilil..    Thev will iniike a
A n-fiil
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FRESH FRUITS AND  OREEN  VEGETABLES
Campbell & Hanning
QUALITY COUNTS
We Paint
JL
We Paper
The Frost Investment Co.
UKASBEOOK, B. 0.
Houses, Btc.        And Decorate
Signs Your Rooms
B. H.  SHORT
Phone in
W,e   PAINTER   nnd
DECORATOR
Armstrong Avenue THE   (UlANIMiOOK    IIEKAM)
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We have just purchased the Power
Sawing Outfit of Mr. Deakin and
will continue his business and be
better able than ever to give the
to give the public prompt service in
supplying
All Kinds of Firewood, Slabs,
Fence Posts and Rails
HARRIS & WOODS
The Wood Merchants
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New Miinaniniioiit
Impi'ov.'il in Evory Way
ll.'liiii'il
QUEENS HOTEL
Cranbrook,   II. C.
GUST. ANDEEN, Proprietor
Our Motto : -Tin- llost is None Too Oowl."
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Manitoba Hotel
dan Mcdonald, proprietor,   cranbrook, b. c.
Headquarters for
Lumbermen
Tlu. Manitoba in centrally located And ban one of tlie best illuingrooms
in tbe city.   Tbe bar is supplied with the bent ot Liquors and Cigars
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Cranbrook
*2p e^F
Hotel
lluesti Comfort a Specialty
Om4 StiMlNf In CMMi'tlM
Nem-f^i io ratlrnsd an.l ,\e\H\\.    Hai iccnuimnda-
Hunt, fot  the public nnetiualleri In Craubrook.
Mnl ami Cold Haiti*
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hoggarth & kollin
 Proprietor!
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iiii The Cosmopolitan ij „
Rambling Reveries
UY A DREAMER
THE SEVEN STAGi *a
Only ,i bnhy
Kissed and caressed,
Gently held to ii mother's brcnsl
Onlv a child,
Toddling alone,
Brightening now us happy home
Only a boy,
trudging to school,
Gorerne-u now hy a slcfncr rule
Only ii youth.
Living iu drenins,
Kull ot promise life now seems,
Onlv n man
Bntiling  with life.
Khnred is now by ,i loving wife
Only a father,
Burdened with care.
Silver threads in il.nl. brown Imii
Only a giaylieonl,
Toddling again,
Growing old ami mil ..l pain.
Only ,\ mound,
O'crgrown with grass,
Dreams unrealized—rest ;it last
Resolve to sec the woild on the
Bunnv side, and von have almost won
Ihe hut tie of life at  the outset.
How can a mnn say that a woman
has nothing to do'' in one year she
sets dinner 366 times, washes the
flishes l.tMlii times, gets the children
fcadv for school twice a day for ISO
days, puts tbe baby to slcf,) 1,4'Hl
times, makes nlioul 300 calls, as she
wishes for something she hasn't
iveiy mfnute, she wishes titi things
in hour or 525,(100 things in a year,
Wlm says that a woman has nothing
to do?
Vhe itfil who works—God bless her.
Khc is brave and active. She is not
too proud to earn her own living
pr ashamed to bt; caught at tier daily
task. She smiles at you trom he-
bind counter or desk. lt is an
tumor to know this girl—to be worthy ot her regard. Her hands may
be stained bv dish washing, sweeping,
factory grease or printing ink, but it
1* an honest and helping hand. It
stays misfortunes from names; it* is
nur shield which protects many n
forlorn family from -almshouse and
the asylum.
Tilt: HOME LIFE
In the home life never forget thai
Hip children have social rights, and
the chief among these is the right to
laugh when they are nappy, to cry
when they are unhappy, and to make
a noise. A healthy child is always
ictivt'. It must, 'jump and scream,
tall down, cry when it gels a hurt,
and jump up only to repeat tne same
thing. Hut to keep it still means
inhapptness, and nearly, il not
suite, death. Let them ho gov.
thin is their element. We always
class children, birds and (lowers together. And why? Because tbey
should be equally beautiful, innocent
and happy. We should never rob
rliildhood of its ideal loveliness. Even
Did people sliould be gay and happy
and good, too good to overcloud tbe
ihildien's horizon with angry v)es
iml lowering brows, nor turn their
merriment to discord by continual
lau It-find ing. Allow theni all tbe
jrtvdnm consistent with absolute
safely. Let them play and be
happy, but teach ibem self-control.
God's estimate of self-control i*
thi--: "Mr that is slow to anger is
better thou the mighty, nnd he thai
mteth his own spirit, than In- iti.tt
taketh a eity." Condemn youi
children only when they are real'y
wrong! and then as gently as possible, but be sure to commend ihem
when thej do right v little praise
i iwitb a child noes a long ways. A
'ills 1 '''hild may be verj provoking, but nol
I twllfully bad. Attributing bad mo*
»        I    tives   to a    thoughtless child      has
 •   ruined    many s   little   life      Just
jhlnme less and praise more, aud wo
ahull have better children. Especial-
. !lv as most ol their faults aie copied
-.front iheir parents, we should exercise ibe strictest charity, foi verily
("Charity doth covei a multitude   of
kindly attention are    reserved        un
company nr visitors abroad
WHAT OUR HOMES SHOULD HE
SUPERIORITY is the mark that distinguishes
I    ALL OVER
{THE  PROVINCE
|    The  home   dlOtlld   be   a   plat.'     whet.
man is always tm his j^hkJ behavior;
{nui kindest words, our pleasantcst
smiles, an.l ..in most particular
ravors, should bo kept to exchange
with our own household. I: we u
in tlw mood for performing some' T|„. |WO|llo of l]l(. At!lH ,Hlrtric1 .m.
luml act, lei it be done for lhe bene- erecting a iiit.iiuiiieni to tho inemon
m .,[ our dearest companion. |(lf Fritl \U-Wl   ,,)t, pioneer musher id
um home should in- so filled    with Atliu.     He dlscou-red gold on Miller
jieasnn   sin les, l..vmg words      and cnvK a„,f j„ the Circle Citv eountrv.
kind acts, that   the moment a racm-. 	
hei enters n tho sunshine ol happi- A numbci of Victoria dogs won
ness will beam Irom . umj coumen- priMB at vho Oakland, California, dug
nnce and a thrill o   |oy uli       even* jj,uw las, vm.k.
Heart; in fact, the home slU'iili      bu 	
to iis members, the pwasiiii i i-i| A ,n{rlor |)oa1 racc Hin ,,t]il, p|ftCJ
..ii earth ll floss words nasi t.e ,iUJ.jtll, t,]u, r,wlHil Hiis summer from
spoken lei ibem bo dim- •■-! lo Seattle to Vancouver
slrangeia or hctlci still go into the
tl direii them to the wild
but a slill better wa) is tt.
keep   tlif     mind    su    full    of   good
il glits and tbe bands so Imsy     in
performing loud, Christian aits thai
there will la- no room for cross
tvords to mature, and no tinu- or disposition iu uttci thorn How can a
nn.' Christian speak a cross word to
lus wife? lie cannot, lui harsh
Surds tti our best trends alienate us
from (lotl, dcslroj our true Christian
principles and make us brutes
i:. II. SMALL
Manner
The place where a
man will return after
stopping once.
MARRIAGE IS  \ F Ml.I HK
When eitliei   ot tin-   parties mart
i iiiiiiii.v
Wlion Hi,' l.n.1 ..I cionttoii pays inn
f.,i otgnrs iliun liis belter 1ml. no
lor ln.si.-ry, lio-iis nn.l liniin.-is.
Wlu-n mir ..I Hif imrili-s engogoB
f.n a business tliat is m.t approval by
.lie oilior.
When both parties porslsl In argu-
iiu! over a siiliji-ei upon wliieli tlioy
:never hnve nml never enn t-htnlt alike.
I*    wile
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KOOTKNAY
RAILWAY
i .omasa
NOTICI!      01-'       MEETINQ
SHAREHOLDERS
OP
Take nolice tlml the first mci'liii**,
ot ttie shareholders ot ttie Kast Kootenai* Logging Railway Company
<vili Iti* held al ttie ulliee ot the ..ompany al Cranhrook, llritisli Columbia, nn Momlay, the lMli day ot May,
ItlOS, at Um hour of ten o'clock lu
.lie forenoon, for lhe election of lli-
reclors, ami tlie transaction ..f oilier
business connected with or incident
t.. lhc nmlcrtnklng.
liateil   at Cranhrook, 11. <'.,    this
lutli day ol April, .liiin.
Archiliald Leltch,
W. F. l.unl,
l-fit Provisional Directors.
FREE MAP
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British  Columbia
Fruit Districts
Together witli photouru[ilia
nml infiiriiiiilioii iiUmt soil:
water sii|ij>ly: triins|xir.ii.ioii;
iiini'ki'ls: iJi-ic-eB <>f fruits;
v.'fi'l.-.lili'-,: |xitilli'y nml dairy
products, just |nil>liBln*il I'or
tht. |it*iil.*.*li..ii of prot*|ii'.*live
soltli'i's nn.l Iiiiiii buyers in
llritisli Columbia, to whom
it is n necessity. Tliis ralu-
nlile work will In. sent to
vnu absolutely free of nil
i-li.-ii-ffs while tin- supply
l.-lsls. Sen.I us your inline
nml ml Iress lo-ilnj-
KOOTENAY ORCHARD ASS'N
Na. .11 land IKpl. NCLSIIN. B. C.
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I      Shop
J   JOSKPII ... McLEAN, Praprkler
♦ All Classes of  Second-
• hand lioods
1 BUVRR OF   IUIUS
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New an.l S n.l hand , ,
Sage's did Stand. Hanson Avenue
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I THE BEEF
we have now on sale is the first
irom cattle fed by our Company
all winter and spring.
IT IS FINE
No chance for disappointment in this
P. BURNS fc CO., Ltd.
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THE HERALD, ONLY $2 A YEAR
When   m-il.li'i    husband
nki-s a vacation.
When tin* vacations nro taken hy
„n,- side el ih.- house only.
When ,i umn attempts tn tell his
|*ilc whal stylo ol bonne, she must
wear
I When a man's Oirislmas presents
tn his wite consist ot bootjacks,
shirts, nn.l gloves tor himself.
I Wlu-n Ihe watchword is: "Each for
himsell*"
| Winn dinner is not ready at dinner
time*
I When "lie" snores bis loudest wliile
.'•she" kindles the lire.
I When the "lather" takes halt ot
the pie and leaves the other hull for
ttie one that made it and ber eight
children.
I When the children arc given Hie
neck and back ot the chicken.
| When the children are obliged to
clamor lor their rights.
When .he money that should go for
'a bonk gm-s or what only one side
ol (he house knows anything about.
When there Is too much latchkey.
When politeness, hoc manners   and
.101:  MAKAPODI
SHOE SHOP
Itopairiiif! n Specially
.likens ItliM-k.Cr.'iiibrook
i: "STEWARTS'
The Lend. W Frill. Sinn,
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Arrlvlog Iiuil..
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STHIVART'S .'IN.:. ..." .II...TKS
♦   HUGH STEWART
hone V5     ■     AniiHliong Ave. ; »
An Italian laborer was instantly
killed at trows Nesl last Thursday.
He was eui^ai;ed in [hitting a new I
floor in a lime kiln when tlie stiue-j
tine caved in killing Win.
The Hank of Montreal will establish
a blanch ai Prluce Rupert tins sum-
int'i
IViii Carroll, chief of police ai
Nelson, was summarily dismissed by
tho council last week.
Tbe fruit growers along tho west
arm of Kootonay lake are putting in
a telephone system.
There was a small tire in the Hank
ol Commerce at Vancouver last
W»k.
Vancouver now has an auto tire
engine. It is made by tlie international Machine eompanv ..( Manchester, H. N.
Knslo merchants will dose oi
Thursday afternoon during tbe sum
mer.
One ilmiisaiid one humlrcd aerci
of laud were sold iu the Okanagui
lust week for $7fi,i)t)U. This is thi
old Mission ranch and has pear tree:
on it  in years old.
Silver from Cobalt, Out., is now
being treated at thc Trail smelter.
Nicola cohl Is now lieiue sold in llu
t\uist cities.
Pctitictoii is talking about incorporation, ami will probably do so in
the near future.
Maratnatn, the youngest town in the
Okauagan,     bus    just built nn opera
house.
Eastern oysters are now being
successfully raised off Vancouver Island.
\V. H. I'oni is now working Ihu
Nugget koIiI mine on Sheep creek in
West   Kuotenay.
Six thousand imported fruit trees
were destroyed at Vancouver lasl
week because they could not pass inspection.
New Alberni, on Vancouver Island,
ns a barber shop ou wheels.
American capitalists have secured
uu option on the gypsum deposits at
the Warren farm on Salmon river,
Fernie is now blessed with three
newspapers.
Columbia Gardens is the name of
a new post ofliee between Waneta aud
Fruit vale, West Kootenay.
April 21-2.1 the provincial teachers
«iti hold their annual convention at
Vancouver.
Five hundred fruit farmers are coming from Kugland to locate in British
-Columbia.
Peter Foley, of the firm of Foley,
Welch & Stewart says that they will
imploy 3,000 men on the Prince Rupert section of the Grand Trunk Pacific for a year and a half.
The boards of trade of Edmonton,
Strathcona, Wctaskiwln, Calgary
Medicine Hat, Lethbridge and Red
Deer endorsed the demand for the
lead bounty tor the Britisli Columbia
mines.
Sir Robert Walker, ot Sand Mutton,
Yorkshire, England, visited Vancouver last week during the course of
tour around the world.
A special house has been added to
the St. Paul hospital at Port Moody
for consumption patients
Nananno wants the l". S. fleet to
he there lor Victoria day.
A game preserve is to lie established on Vancouver Island.
A new company has been organized
to    work  on   the Lucky    Roy near
Trout lake.
I). Wagena, a Los Angeles capitalist, hai purchased 5,000 acres of timber lands on Howe Sound, near Vancouver-
A. H. Gracey and his associates
bave purchased a half interest in thc
Nugget mine on Sheep creek, neat
Neiaon*
From all others.   -   Unexcelled in purity, strength and'flavor.
Sold by leading grocers.trftm.50c lb.
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1 QUEEN'S HOTEL
CALGARY, ALBERTA
UNOEK Q_m MANAGEMENT
This Hotel hns always been the leniler
in iis lino, ami will be kept up to tin*
standard, II you wnnt tu meet llu*
people, come to the Queen's Hotel.
Queen's Hotel, Calgary l,'^™f
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Now ;in.l Strictly b'irstCluss
Aiii.ii.'iui I'liui. $*J.r*l (ierdny up
Tei cpiione *j* Ml
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HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
Chas. Hartnbv, Proprietor.
Cor. Seymour and Cordova Sts.   .. n    /*     X
OpposteO.l'.R. Station VHnCOUVer.  D.  t.    |i
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B brook.   Warm rooms, good meal.-.           fif
B and a bar stocked with the be.-t           g
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1 Joseph Brault, Proprietor I
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Wentworth Hotel
CORBETT & CO.. Proprietor,
CRANBROOK        - - li. C.
Tbis is the liuul Uiat they talk about.
Who are" they" ?
The people.
Why do "tbey" talk?
Onaceoimt of tbe gnod meals, the comfortable room*, U.e excel*
lent service, and tbe cordial.conrteous treatment accorded to all. Eat u
meal at the Wentworth and you become a Wentworth booster.   Trj it.
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Tbe Onymna wlwretpo'-ls
promptly In order,
THAT IS WERDEN
Hi- rank.*, n ,|i"-loII}* "I »U kin*
TRANSFER BUSINESS
.1X11 UOVUNI I'lvNOS
If veil Willi! vnnr l-iirliinii-,*niovi*.l
'■.sl.lv. vi.il liml I,i.|!.*i .all up
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IH\n..K.-iT.lKII.:-'T.i.'('.U..
Alan itellnra .si-.;Alt illnetlnm
tln.,i.|lii,.rv lliroilllli III-wnnlp.
»nli'|ini|il**ln tiff r,lilll
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TUI.HI'I.OXK .«
Ollli*,. In l'rniil.r<>..» Hotel Block
W. E. W0RDEN
THE RUBBER DOLLAR
STORE
C. M. VanWormer, Proprietor.
HANSON    AVE   CKANBROOK
Horses, stoves, new and second
hand furniture, stoves, Un ware,
crockery, glassware, anything an.I
everything from a while elephant to
a white mouse.
Vou'll he surprised how far your
dollar will stretch at our store. Come
and gaze upon us and , uur stock,
It   will save   you   money and pul   a
tli- t.n your face.
DON'T READ THIS
Tht French Dry Cleaning prows,
cntlilri us to cttan mens pants, suits
and nnktiis, la-dies suits nnd skirts
In such * way that they positively
look is food ai new.
We are eipi-rlenccd dyers and cleaners, therefore, we do not require to
lend anything down cast pr up west.
EAST KOOTENAY
DYE HOUSE
"lElcKJ. LEASK, Tailor
THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hotel
Room, with llnilii.  Tlione in
evory room
Il.n l,.,r -"-hop ,iii the iirelni.e*..
Thoroughly uploilatis,'
Rales, $200 a day and up.
Olio. P. .VKI.I.s, Proprietor
1.   TIIMKIN, Muliaijer
W. R. IWUr. r-inarsl lHro-t'ir
Cranbnok B. & Phfln. No.
A WNI NGS
All Styles ami Colors,   Made on
. Short Nolicc
A. (1RENIER. Maker
Armstrong Ave., CrnntMok
•».   ,      ■< '    »—
i: Handley Livery and
eed Stables
fill*:    EST IS M.NJ*. TOO
iiO'ifi  KOI.   CRANBROOK
WE ENDEAVOR TO HI:MSII
THE UK.-T
Rigs, Hidini; Horse,  nnj
Pack  Horses lor nny
part ol the
Diitrict
WH. WANT TO SATI81 \   VOU
BAXTER  & LA Mil N
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CRANBROOKPERMr.
FARMERS' INSTITUTE
Preal.lorit ; T. S. lmi.
Secretary: Oaoaoi Aiiiwortii
\ For infiirinalkiii reiiiinJiny lands ]
', ami agrieulture apply to the ,
. Secretary, Cranlm-ok, li. C.
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Cranbrook
Livery  S
Team, and driver, f.inilaln.*.! foi any
point In Ihe dlalrlct
A IIOVI l<, Minnccr THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
§9,00 A  YKAK
CRAXBKOOK 1! KHALI*
tx*  no Herald   Publishing Compaur,
Uml tti.
TIIK   l»AP tilt
PROMINKNT  1,1 MHF.RMKS
ap
loi and Uanai".
E. H. Sties and S.  \, Spray,
Chicago,     111-, P.   J. Seippcl and :
A. F-iirduld. of Dubuque, Iowa.;
Itovioe, of    Mianeapollft; G, 1*. Hal
of hVruif, and ll. U. Campbell,      ■
Stillwater, Minnesota, arrived       m lived   vt-si..
Uw city today and left ihis morning loin I"'" mmn
tot a trip up tbe Kootenay valley   lo the ■ ,P.R     as
ItH.L  over tiniber limits owned       by point.
Mi   llale. oi Ktrnie.    Tbe gentlemen    James Cronin
an-  prominently interested in       lhe years  maiiuger
•ompany that     has purchased       the mm"',    hut now
Frnnk It,  VanDecar has been
[pointed ngenl   lor thc Ford automobile     Mi.  VanDecar is of the oplu
ion thai  this will * •      ■ >.i tht* bt-sL
cats for mountain roads
i  Mia.   William   Armstrong,   nccom-
,j uanietl b\ her sister and her son, ar-
tniin England      lo
who is employed bv
carpenter at    this
ml.
Eastern    Hritish
company ai  KVruir
.inbn
who was f.u many |
i iht* si. Eugene
ol Spokane, passed |
..I. on bis nay east
THK  K. OK P-  "ALL
LOCAL   NOTES
coast
As was predioltd tlis !■>
iii lhe !,.*« ..per.i lionsf ou last -au*.
tU\ the 30th, was au unqualified sue
Men, Some siny couples were pre
■-nt ..n.l dancing to tlie strain- 0
HolK-liry's oiolltwtn. was kepi up un
til tin* meadow larks M^»n
morning song.       There
I'H'Ki li UP   AH..."-.'   THE I'l'l'V
BY  ANKINfl OI'ICSTIONS til'
yANY  I'KOI'I.K.
Coiumliin  Uimlier tlir-uisli
yesterday.
I,. Colin is leaving Inr the
ta<ln)-.     Mi. ...Im Ims I'.-1'"     s."1"
whnt umter tin- weather mul his me.
leal adviser hns ordered htm to u.. i
•en level.
,   The seninrs In the W.C'.T.l'.   meil
atiniii ii tlml given a nood Boor, like.   \-
J,.hn .'ounnrs, ,.f Uarysvlilt
town today,
their |   B.     E     Taylor,   ol Moyie
loutrt I Crnnbrook today.
,h>* one ir
Mcltcnn
boiiu.l
the new opera bun*. an,l
orchestra, a dau-cc I*.
I)!* a    success.     Blake
ttoi-ris  ... the Cranbrook Cato, eater-
vhich was i-xn-i
The K. of I'.'l
to congr.it ula-it*-
uiivss i,l    their
nl for tho
supper,
cedent in •
verj w*>'<
reasun
themselves
upon tbe
ball-
ODD KIOLLOWS,  ATTKNTIU.V
Anniversary services will be held n-t
tbe Haptlst church eexi Sunday evening at 7.30 o'clock. It is desired
thai all odd Follows and fiebe.kahs ..(
Cranhrooh and vicinity be present.
The Odd Fellows are requested to
meet at Fraternity hull at 0.36. The
aubifct. of the sermon will be; What
We'Sh.mtd Glory In." \ppiuprwte
music will tie furnished by the choir.
The Cranlirook band will play tor the
occasion.
DIED
At Chiptnan, N.H., on Sunday,
April 19. Isaiah l.angin. »gfd 71.
The deceased leaves besides bis
widow sir sons, Herb, 1.ark aud Lorin
of Cranhrook, antl Curtis, Clifford
and Burton, and one d.iupfeter, Sadie.
of Chiptnan, Tbe deceased was u
farmer, a highly respected citizen and
bad live) near I'hipm.iu all of his
life.
Af the St. l-.ugene hospital, yesterday, April 23, John Burns, of Port
Steele. Mr. Burns came from Wales
end sel I led in Kort Sleele ten or
tlevcii years ago, where he conducted
a barhfi shop aud was well and
lavoiabl) known. Of late years be
lus heen an invalid and fnr the last
three years litis beeu iu the hospital
almost continuously. Arran^emfnis
bave not yet Iteeii made for the
funeral
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FOOTBALL MEETING
A regular meeting of ilir Football
Association was held in the tnv ball
last evening, when Vi. A* Rollins was
elected president, vice 0. Baker, resigned. The schedule tor the season
will he drawn up at a meeting to be
beld on next Saturday evening ut the
fire halt. All those interested iu
football are requested to attend this
meeting, ns there is some good sport
In sigt.r
Rogers aud wife, oi LethbrW
ere in Cranbiook loday.
A. c BownesH ami P, Mathei
tinted Marysville last Monday.
Miss Kraser spent ber blaster hi
days willi iiieuds in Nelson.
contest go
jthc purposi
it mcnl ..n.l l
! tUle fm  I'll I   Beale ft
|»I>PC"	
ti |,'nrI Steele tonight i"i
uf    holding an entertain
er tbey will go In Marys
same purpose,
iwell have Improved   thc
if their "tbii' very     much ■
plate glass windows put [
,iity is in charge ol    tho
M.mt al
per do
was
tiom
was
Dairy butter, ■'■ pound
G. T. Hilars grocery,
Kresli ranch egg8| 3.1c.
G. T. Rogers.
James Finlay. ot KiiOberb
town yesterday.
K. 0. Kamm, of Moyie
Cranbrook yestccday.
M. T.     McLaughlin, of Kimherlcy
V. Hyde Baker wenl to Nelson yes
terday ou business-.
A. Doyle  was in Cranhrook
Kort Steele yesterday.
G. G. Jewell, of J affray, was
Cranhrook visitor yesterday.
J. ,1. Grady, of Creston, was
Cranbrnok  yesterday.
M- B.  Long, of Pineher Creek
In Cranbrook yesterday.
R. A. Campbell, of Frank, Albeit
was in Cranbrook tbis week.
L. L. Lewis, of Nelson, was regi
tered at  the Roynl on Tuesday.
Gus Allen, ot Marysville, was
Crnnbrook yesterday.
A.   Burus, of  Wanlncr,   was
Cranbrook on Tuesday.
Tate,   thc jeweler,  lias opened
this week an elegant lltie in cut gl
and silverware.
J. F. Armstrong, government agenl
went to Hosmer yesterday on officio
Was in Cranbrouk yesterday.
T. 10. Austin, of Marysville, was a
Cranbrook  visitor yesterday.
Mrs. .1. Flngall Smith lelt yester
day tor a short visit i.<> Fort Steele
business.
Mr. and Mrs. Patterson ami daugh-j
bv having
iin.W. it. Ih
work,
I   The   Mellenry   orchestra   furnished
the music for thc Foresters ball     at
[Wardnei  Inst evening.     Needless     to
sav ihe music was enjoyed by
cvery-
nnd lhe dance w.is a great    suc-
teni have arrived from Calgary   ami
will locate In Cranbrnnk.
Peter    Dewal,  of   Missoula,  Mont.,
was   registered   at the lloyal yester-
oue,
'cess.
al I   W.   -I.    Fetben.   manager of      the
Aurora mine, al Moyie, i.s in     Crafi-
In! brook today.     Mr. Fetben says   that
work will be continued on ihis prop-
in ertj on n larger scale than ever this
I year.
The \ie\ IL .1. Bowen, of Xoron
to, Ont., travelling representative of
lhe Canadian Bible society, will address the congregation of t hrist
Church tomorrow evening at 8 o clock
in connect/an with the Canadian
Bible society.
I Mrs. 10. C. Smith, of Wyeliffe, her
in I ion and daughter, will leave in a
jfew lints f-.r New Westminster. Miss
Smith has heen in ill-health for the
last six months and it is on her account iliai the summer is to be spent
et the coast,
I   C. 10. Reid left for Calgary       on
■is~ Monday afternoon where he will meet
I Mm. lleid, who    has been quite    ill
in lor some     time.     As soon as     Mrs.
(Reid is able to travel they will visit
in in Cranhrook  before proceeding east.
|   Let everv     properly owner        and
uti tenant in the city ot Craubrook read
iss the notice on the first page of     this
issue of tho Herald regarding        the
'cleaning up dav.     Now Is the      time
to get to work.
A small debts court is to be established in Moyie. Mr. Joseph
Ryan, judge of the small debts
court, of Cranbrook, will hold a sitting in lown each Saturday. Provincial Constable Itoiilh has been appoint rU clerk of thc court at Moylo:
Full SALE—White Plymouth  Itock
day.
Harry
hotel,  v
eggs from thoroughbred fowls ior
letting, SJ per dozen; Barred Plymouth Rock eggs, for setting $5 per
Bui I ni'le Sum potatoes lor seed
Hamilton, Box
Al THE THEATRES
The moving pictures at the new
Opera h.uise were very good indeed
ihis week. The feature turns were
"Thc stow ot a Magic Lantern
Slide," -Mv Mother-ln-Law is a
Angel' "Little lied Riding Hood"
end "The Mill Girl." F. W. Reeves'
rendering of 'Oood Night, Beloved,
Good Night," was eicfptlnnaUy
good, llie song suiting Mi voice per-
frrth •
Al the Edison "Tbe Twin Brother's
'Joke" "Collard Herring" and tlie
•Oyster Industry" were very well
received, G. Sullivan's Illustrated
•ong, "I Can't Find Another Girl
Like Yon," was very pleasing.
On May 1 and 2 an up-to-date high
class vaudeville company will hold
the hoards al the new opera house.
It is said that this is a good show.
lu future then* Will be three
cbanees of programme a week at
the Kdison theatre.
If the CP.R. Quadrille club does
not hold a dance next week Manager
Mellenry will hold a social dance in
the new opera house.
Commencing Saturday, May 2, a
toting contest as to who is the most
popular lady in Cranbrook will he
commenced at the Kdison theatre and
tbe result will be made known on
Hat'irdav, Mav .'10th, wlm the lady
elected will he presented with a gold
bracelet set with pearls, which may
be seen on exhibition in the window
ol W. F. Tate, the ieweldr. from
whom it was purchased.
♦
TIIK POWER OF <-Vi.-in'isiNO
The Rdltor and Publisher, New
York: No better proof of the power
el advertising has recently come under our notice than the espertenee of
Thomas Lawson, ot Boston, in float-
teg Yukon stock. Mr. Lawsou began
bis campaign on Wednesday, Mareh
Tti, Announcing that on Saturday be
Would offer for sale through brokers
t certain valuable stock the name uf
which lie withheld. Thursday another strong and characteristic ad. was
printed and on Friday neiarly an entire page was used iu the principal
.newspapers of lbe I'niled States and
Europe.     As   tbe   result of thi:
|$2.f>fl per cwt.—Wm
Bradford, ol tbt- Wyeliffe M. Craubrook, B.C.
s a Cranbrook  visitor    this.   H. II     Koss, uf Waldo, I
|of Waldueii,  C.  D,   McNabb,
J. A. Manning, foien.au of tbe C, F. Deliois, of   Fernie; A. F
IMt. mill at   Wardner. was in (.'ran- of Klko; .!. W. llotunsou
brook on Tuesday. [Md Gils Staples
G. Wilsou, of Marysville, was
gistered at the Hotel Cranbrouk
Tuesday.
Tbe people of Christ church arc ar-* -*.    ,   - 0      ■ *
ranging for the purchase ol the Hl||chcr  HllSllieSS  \W
residence for a rectory.
Tom Rader, one. of thc Morrissey
Mines hotel men, was a CranbTOOK
flsitor y-rsterday.
Lund,
( WnldoK
Krapfel,
10. Home
of Cranhrook, left
today for Nelson to attend a meeting
of the Mountain Lumbermen's
tticiatiou.
J. v. -l ap" Crothers, is iu
visiting bis many Cranbrnok custom-
ere today.
Mrs. Jobu Gfllbraith, of Foil
Steele, is visiting friends in lhe city
today.
Tbe Star Novelty company are
ere putting in a bowling alley to
day.
We f-et our eggs by express, guarantee them fresh and price is only
25c. per doze*.—G.T.IL grocery.
G. Birkett, of Bittern Lake, Alta.,
bas been visiting his daughter, in this
City tor tbe past ten days.
A. Leitctl, president ol the Kast
Kootenay Lumber eompany, is in
Winnipeg.
Clint McDonald has been coutlned to
bis home by Illness for the last few
days.
The sale of government lots in
Hosmer took place yesterday. The
prices realized nui from t.'tOO' to $Sftft.
Miss M. K, Patterson, of Calgary,
Is now tttenographei in the Canadian
Hank of Commerce.
Miss L. Baker in now employed as
assistant to Miss Kenncdv in G. ll.
Thompson's law office.
O. S. Fris/ell, Albeit Mutz, lirst
lieutenant, oi Fernie, is in Cranbrook today is the Interests of thc
famous *>rnie beer.
Among those who went to Wardnei
yesterday to attend the Foresters
danco were Miss Clark, Mrs. Parker,
Mfss Hoeg and Miss Mellenry.
J. Jeromy has another wonderful
window at lllll A Co.'s this week.
It is quite worth anyone's while to
•top and look at it.
Sweet bacon, sugar cured ham.
bacon sliced 35c. and Sfic. per Iti, bam
■liced per 11. 30c at G T. Rogers
grocery.
Frank Dunn, one of the despatches
for the C.P.R., has gone to Idaho foi
bis vacatiou and to look after some
business interests (bat be has there,
0. J. Johnson, of Moyie, one ..I
the owuers of the Aurora mine, Is
registered at the Cosmopolitan to-
4oy.
T. K. Austin, of Kimberley
Sale
Having ileei.le.1 to devote their en
lowu'tire attention to Calgary retail bnsi-
unrkible a-Jverlisini- nearly 700,000 *J*"L,oiW ,0 ««* »ls mothei and
•kales ol Vukon were sold during the »yr. **" »» «l»vted from En>-
Iwo hours of .radlni* on Saturday.      ™. -
 I I   11     has been   sugnestwl   lhat.   tin
ANTI-TUm-.nCUI-OSIR SOCIETYiCranbrook city band sive their ojieu
Some time last tail an aii1i-t.iiln.-r- air iitncerls on Sunday af.ernonns in-
.-ulnsis sf-cli-t v w.ui formed in Cran- at*ad ot on a weekday evenine. This
Itrook and nllieers were appointed and !• enslomary in most cities and towns
■ome funds stihseribed, hut the mah* fa both* the Canadian and American
tor ended Ihere. The funds are still Northwest. The hands ol Winnipen,
on hand and it is generally suggested Calgary, Feruie and Nelson and
that something should lie done to jrtlier points do this. Why not
carry on the work so well started.      Cranbrook?
Bess nn.l wholesale truth- only, at
other places, The Dominion Meal
Co., Limited, offers for sale their
lar.*.' nnd profitable retail tuisiiu-ss at
Cranliruiili and Fernie.
Both businesses are well established and very profitable.
Turnover al Crnnbrook Sii nun nn
per month.
Turnover nr Kernie H.fiil.i.n.i pet
mouth.
Address nil communications io
TIIK DOMINION   MEAT CO., LTD.
Calgary, Alia. S-2t
Lumber Yard Location
Ifcsl site for Lumber Vard
Cily i.l Calgary
FOR  SALE
Will lake ball value in Lumber. |
	
Apply Box No. I, Cranbrv-ak Herald.'
AI'llll.
I litis
HILL& COMPANY
TORONTO
THIS IS WORTH KNOWING
There is an impression abroad that only the exdu=
sive custom tailors cut up the best imported cloths.
Just to acquaint you with the true facts we are in a
position to announce that the makers of
20TH CENTURY BRAND
fine tailored garments for men. import 90 per cent
of the cloth they cut up in their tailor shops, and
import largely from the most celebrated cloth makers in Great Britain, cloths like Can's Meltons,
Galashiels, Rastic & Howick Tweeds, West of
England Worsted Suitings and Trouserings. Only
the finest canvas, haircloth and trimmings are put
into Suits or Overcoats bearing their well known
trademark. In all respects they arc very superior
clothes, and are recognized as such all over Canada.
May we show you the new spring models?
vl
HILL & COMPANY
CRANBROOK'S
GREATEST STORE
******
Seeding Time
If v..ii wottlil huv.* results I'min your
spring seeding you musl liny unlv ilie I)bb!
seeds. Ours lire guarnuteoil In Ij... Ni-w.
Fresh Tested Seeds,   We lmve
Steele, Brigs', Toronto; I). Al. Perry's,
Detroit; Mckenzie's, Brandon
In Pockets,5c, ItV nm! :.'.no
ONION' SETS, per It,      iuu
mi'ltii'likhs. •„•,• it- 20c
McKEN'ZIK'S     (ir.-UiANTKI*.!)
LAWN GKAS.S HEED, pui' II,      35c
McKENZIE'S WHITE OLOVEIt
LAWN SEED, per 11.         50c
See my own Luwu, SEEDEh Insl sprint;
l[ ynu wunt gunrnntea ol (Junlily
t am hiking orders f.,r Building I'liml-s,
Hedgno Slirulis or Special llousc I'lunts.
G.  T. ROGERS
THE GROCER
All SEEDS tllllK A1IKE HIT OHM <UW SCEDS MOW.  WE CMMNTEE OUSS
Boots,  Shoes,   Gloves,   Crockery
CllANBROOK, - - B. C.
Odds and Buds
S|ii'iug cleuiiing rnvenls moro 1 lum dnnl.
Wo liuvo founil somo ..li.'l Hues in Hoots
.m.i Shoes, nol old or old Insliiound Block,
Lut   t,i.iiii* nt' liml  yenr's lusts \u- oun't
i'.*pl    In
Men's Patent  Leather Blueher
Cul  Hoots
u.. linv.* ii lull   runt-., nf sl'/es I'l'mii o\ ... fl,
llu* regnliti- prk-na of wliioli nre$5.50,$0.00,
nnd .?II.«H.   SALE riMCE. $11,511.
MEN'S BON OALP BLUOHEK
BOOTS!. Bi/c's 7, s. SI, i.i, rogiilnr
prion  SL50, fnr .'.        $3.25
MEN'S li<>.\ OALP BLUOUEBS,
aizua 7, M.'.. I... rugulnr prloo $1.00,
tor  '. .. .     $2.60
A f,H* LADIES' OXFORDS nml
SLII'I'EKS nt $1.00 uml $1,50 per puir.
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... _-,-__■__:	 THE   CRANBROOK   nKHALI)
We
YOU GET
VALUE FOR
YOUR MONEY
HERE
Are Justly Proud
OF THE MANY COMPLIMENTS
l>.iitl us in tin- (wist I'i'w weeks regfmliiig our up-to^lato
stot.k .»l READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS.
Wi- tunc iigaiu u)H'iii'il up iiuotlicr mugtiificent collection
of the   SKW   PANAMA   GORED SKI11TS.
Come ami see them. The vhIiu-s nrv llu* heat we have yel
oltereil,   " Kii giitimntewt,"
READ
CAREFULLY
THE
UHDERHOTEO
SPECIALS
Wc hn\
Above
NEW BLOUSES
IN SILK AND LAWN
rv complete stuck nl
LAWN BLOUSES
From $100 to (G.00
JAP SILK BLOUSES
From $3 SO to ttt.00
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
CLOVES
K<>nit
We can give yuu exceptionally
■mine iii Olovesc—
KONCI     WHITE    LISLE   OLOVES
with     lace      arms,    worth    85c,
SiMTial 05c, a pair.
LONG WHITE LISLE OLOVES
(all Lisle) at 75c, n pair.
LONG KID GLOVES, Perrlns best
Wualiticfl, in While, Tan, Brown and
Black, ai  $3.25 and $3.5fi a pair.
DRESS COODS
Our range ..I colorings :md cl„ili, arc
superb
PANAMA CLOTH in Colors: llrowu,
Navy,    Clm-n, and Cardinal, width
it inch,-:, wide at ,ac. a yard.
BLACK      AM>    WHITB    CHlCi'l-
DRESS GOODS al ISO. aud 75. .1
yard, doii.ilc width.
NEW   LI'STElis   I,, Na,y,   Brown,
Cardinal,   llluck and Cream, width
42 inches, a. 75>\ a yard,
QUEENS   CLOTH,   a lovely smooth
linishcd   clnl.i    iu   all   thu populai
col,,is a. II.:i:"» a yard.
CHIEFON BROADCLOTH. 52 iucl,«.
wid,-, Colors: Navy, Blues,   Drowu,
Cardinal and Oreen.    Sin-rial price.
11.(18 a yard, worth $3.(10.
PANAMA   CLOTH     "Extra Special
Value,"    width     lit   Inches   wide.
Colors   an   aliove.   Price $1.35    a
yard.
NUNS VEILINO, all colors, at 50c.
a yard.
NATTY NOVELTIES IN
WASH COLLARS
WASH BELTS AND
KID BELTS
D. & A. CORSETS
Pay what you dare pav f.<r even .1
custom-made corset, and your mono)
buys uo more than if a fraction <>f il
fcouj*hl a ll .V A. corse!. He ymir
eoraet demands never su fastidious,
WVCt so hard to meet fully—thr
DAV corset will surely content your
horty .tad vour purse—WHV you cannot know till vou look at the cornel
Hsell—how? y<m will known onee vou
wear this made-for-VOl) corsel li
makes u<> difference to us whal cor
lets ive sdl, hut we .sell D.&A. t.e
Cause they are Hie best.
Kvery pair must* tie satisfactory or
money refunded.
GIRLS' CORSETS
We have Just received a delivery    of
the above at Special Prices*
LADIES1 BOOTS AND SHOES
FO*   VALUES   LV£  ARE
UNSURPASSED
on t'ranhrook on Sunday.
Boys wagons,   1-3 off.—(.'.*' S
1). .1. Elmer visited t'reston oii
Saturday.
K. Kirkpairitk, of Kernie. sj-ent a
few days in Cranhrook this \-eek.
E. .1. Clayton, of Marysville, was
in Cranbrook yesterday.
WANTED— Room   in prh.ite bouse.
5-It1
Ene-
recis-
last
Address R. Bullock, City
J. Hindore. of Blackheatb
land,    was   in I'r.mlirnnk
end <>f lasi week.
II. Staples, at Wyeliffe, v
tered at tbe Cosmopolite
Saturday.
WANTED—Second hand 000k stove
Apply .lus. IL McLean. Old Curiosity
Shop, fraiihrook, B.C. 3-tI
Boys witKons. 1-3 off.—C.C.S.
.1. W.     Bradley, nf PrracoU, i.nt.,
Hayes, ol .Marysvillr
<oU visitor at the end
BURNS BROTHERS
Reid Block
Cranbrook
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Fishing Tackle
..ur Spring Shipment of Fishing Tneklo ami all
lli.-   latest  a usuries are  now opened  up.   See
iiui* line nsBortinunt "I
Rods, Lines, Reels and Plies
Cranbrook Drug & Book Company
* C. II. ALLISON, Manager IIU.llll
Mr. All. Man, Herald, City,
Dear Sir:
For Heaven's sake take out that
Refrigerator Atlvt. you put in last
week. We have sold five and our
.slock is all .shot to pieces. Have a
rush shipment to arrive about ist
May, which will again sort our stock.
J.   D.   McBRIDE
HARDWARE
CRANBROOK, B. C.
ihi:
FERNIE STEAM LAUNDRY
Have opened .. Urge Steam Laundry
in Fertile with ..II the Litest machinery
and improved methods to tt.rn out
First class Work
DYEINC, CLEANING AND PRESSING
IN CONNECTION
We solicit your Patronage,
lelt  with the
All work
I Cranbrook Cartage & Transfer Co. j
will receive Prompt Attention
I CALL IP PHONE 63   F. J. F. PERRY, Prop'r f
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READ THE HERALD
MCDONALD'S
CIGAR STORE, BARBER SHOP
AND POOL ROOMS
Whnro you tiii-i-t. the good
fellows, gel tho BEST OF
TOIIAi;t'..S.l'H,.\liSA.\|)
OIGAHl-TTES, In fact,
everything in the Smokers'
l.int*.
MASONIC BLOCK, CRANBROOK
CRANBROOK TRADING CO.
W'eni-eSolo Win- loi tlie
Mclaughlin carriage co.
HARNESS-LIGHT AND HEAVY
Foi Ihe nexl TEN 0AY8 w fflll give
SPECIAL REDUCTIONS on our
LOCCINC HARNESS
ot
the
drug
was    registered at the Itotai      last
week.
J. A
(Yaiihr   _____________________
week.
Edward Hfil, one of MopIo's I -,-!■
inn dry li-.iKls- merchants, ..-etit Oroil
Pnday in Cranbrook,
Harry Bradford, uroprtotnr -l the
Wyeliffe hotel, was in .'. inht oii 'ast
Friday.
Ladies Oxfords, Jl.35.—C.C.S
VV. Martin, timber Inspect ic, tm
West    Kootenay,     was in Cranlirook
lusl   week.
William Manahan, the poel >: iho
Crow, was renewing act] tialn buncos in
Drnnbrook last  week.
C ami F. Talisol, of Wlmbleton,
England, were registered ai the Cosmopolitan last wee!;.
S. Moore, principal of tbe nubile
jdii.nl at Moyie, was a Cranbrook
fisitor on Sunday.
E,   B,     MclX'nnid   and wife,
Nelson,    were  registered    at
Motel Cranbrook on Sunday,
Ladies Oxfords, H1.85.-C.C.S
P.   I>.    Mope has opened a
*tore   in the   Mimroe building
Creston.
LOST—Between town ami the Mis
lion, a bunch of keys, Kindly fo
tuiji to lleralil office. Ill
A. Ileiu, of Hie Crows Nest     l'ass
Lumber eompany, Wardner,  was
Cranbrook on Sunday.
Tbe Boniiers Ferry Lumber company will start their log drive on the
Moyie river early next week.
K. C. Smith, tbe well known |iio-
-aetr rancher of Wyeliffe, was in
Cranbrook on Tuesday.
Chns. Chapman visited (lit * river
last. Momlay. Mr. Chapman savs that
the water is very high.
Ladies Oxfords, $1.35.—C.C.S.
Frederick Haines has an acre of
land and is putting in his spare time
imon^; the cauliflowers and peas.
Chas. Parker, rancher and horticulturist, of Perry Creek, was in
Cranhrook on Monday.
A. K. Carter has purchased the
mercantile business of Fl. ,1. Clayton
it Marvsville.
The Masonic order will attend a
service in the Methodist church
In a body 011 Sunday, the 2*1 Hi.
R. A. MacRae, of Macleod, was
registered at the Cosmopoliian liolel
mi Monday.
Ladies Oxfords, M.35.—C.C.S.
Fred Bowness, of Wardner, was registered at lhe Cosmopolitan 011
Momlay.
The sleeping car "Nippon" wenl
off the track near Kitchcnci on
Tuesday aftenjoon and i« now lying
in tfw ditch.
See what we have to offer, then
sue your judgment, There's a difference in groceries, vie sell the Pure
Fikki kind,—Kink Mercantile Co
Then' are two kinds ol oranges:
Golden Flower brand and the other
kind. Fink's sell tbe Golden Flowei
brand,  the peoples' choice.
Baby go carts. $4.75.—C.C.S.
Morgan Long, of Pineher Creek,
brought in a car of cattle on Tucs-
dav f..r P, Woods & Co., ofMarvs
Tille.
A boom mi the St. Marvs river bo-
longing to P. Lund, broke on Monday,
lurninR loose 10,000 ties. These
will probably be caught at Wardner.
The Indians who came in to spend
Kaster at the Mission, were given
a send oil at the station last
Monday by   the Indian school hand.
Orville Sinclair, une of ihe en
ghieers <ut thi* Crow, has just
tsturned from a trip to San Fran-
tisco and other coast cities.
Hugh McDonald, who worked In the
C.iMt. shops here some time ago,
has returned from Moose Jnw, Sagtt A
and is now loreman of the round
house here.
Hoys wagons, 1-3 off.—C.C.S.
F. tl. Little, orator and real estate
man oi (resiuu, tias ctiristciied that
district 'lbe pineapple bell ami has]
tent the Herald two post cams
prove it.
Campbell & Maiming have installed
o vegetable sprinkler   in   their store
to tbat     alt   the    green stun     will
and gi'itu ai      ail
We Couldn't
MM—MM
Improve the Quality of our
Drugs, so we have improved
our facilities for dispensing
them.
iresh
be kept
times.     _____________________
A. ti. Blaine, of Blaine Bros, Ltd.,
of Vancouver, has visited every lumber camp between Cranhrook aim
frank this week in tbe interests
his house.
J. O. Cummings aud wife returned
from their   trip to California
Sunday.     .Ur. CuMtnliigH bas      been
studying   irrigation during
jour 11. in lhe Uolden Slate.
FOR SALE—13-KgM, thoroughbred
Haired 1M> 111.mib itueli egg!
diwcn, l--.mi, Mainiuotb i'ei.in Duck
eggs, 111 fur $2.00. Applv 11. Leslie,
craubrook, B.C. Ml
N.    I.    Harrison, oi    the Electric
ight company's staff, has commenced
the erection of his residence on ti.ii*
ten avenue. .1. F. Huchcroft Iuu
charge of the work.
FOR   SALK—Eggs     tor   batching
trom  Hose   Comb   Hrown   Leghorns.,
imported   stock; pri/.c winners, $l.5U
per sitting of 15.   A. -loluic, city.
d-ti
Owing to tliere being a slide on the
main line all passengers en route for
tbe west were brought around by way
of thc Crow on Tuesday. So. 8
had nine coaches aud an extra engine
had to he used in taking her west!
We have some more wheels jusl in,
and will he pleased to quote you
prices. Oct iu thc procession. ^ ou
will find us in the vicinity of the
"hand wagon."—Put more Bros, jot
high grade bikes, "good goods only."
H. H. Corbett has again added to
lbe attractiveness of the Went-
worth hotel by pulling down cork
carpet in the halls uf the lower
floor and by purchasing a number of
good pictures for the walls.
C. .). South,    of Vancouver, superintendent under the Children's Protec-
„   ,    ,       ., ,     . „.       , ,tive Act of Hritish Columbia, wis 111
IL It. Benedict, of May...k, was re-jt'nmbrook during the week on fcusi-
gstered at the Hotel Cr.mhrook   on ness nmueeted with his work.
,!;/', ., ,     .„.      J   The   tulips   aud    other   bulbs are
I. VS. Shoop, wife and child aud [growing fust iu thc C.P.R. garden at
I. M. Shoop, of Nanton. Alberta, n,c station, while tbe ornamental
have located in Cranhrook. Itreeg an,t   shrubs are rapidly coming
Horn—At    Cranbrook.     B.   C„ on tato leaf.
Monday,    April 20th, lOOfi, to    Mrs.)   ciint    McDonald has secured      the
B. Murgatroyd, a son, services of Mr. Arthur    Bullock,   of
.lack McSweyn, of the Fink Mercan- the King Edward Barber shop, Cal-
liln companv, bas been on the sfek gary, to work in conjunction with
list this week. Mate MolYett and is NOW able to give
David Hreck-enridge, of Marysville, his customers the best of attention,
jvjis reaistered at the Hotel Cran- The Soo-Spokane Flyer was re-
brook on Tuesday. Instated last Tuesday morning    run
The collection on Easter Sunday at &I-0S into Cranbrouk on time to the
Christ church for the ivetnr amount-[dot, 4.0fi with Conductor Nlblock
Tlie Posl Office
Is moved thrct doors cjm, and now
the whole building and the time ol
the whole stall is devoted to oui
aiMoiner.-;.
Wc have just passed into stock
52,000 worth oi
New Drugs and Stationery
and,' as usual, our stock is the largest
.111J most complete on the line.
Wi* hjve secured the services ot
Mis. Noble, who will have charge
of our Stationery and. Fancy Goods
stock.
Drop.in .iiid see us,
you right.
We will treat
REIT PAYS TO DEAV
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* FOR  SALE
A number of Bain and Chatham Second-hand Lapsing
Trucks. Just .lie thitig lor Tie Contractors to buy.
lor particulars apply to
The East Kootenay Lumber Co.
Cranbrook, B. C.
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LOCGING TRUCKS
Seed Grain   Flour and Feed
LOCAL NOTES
>*m.
FI.'K.*:.I l'l" A.KI.IT '.'Mi: i'ITV HV
ASKING QUESTIONS tir
MANV PEOPLE
Clean u|i.
Ant tlmi paint.
H, ItM-man, nl Pi-rry Creek, was
rfijist-riTf. a. tho ttnyal nn Monday.
M A. Hcalt is In Crwton nn bnsi-
Mm.
Boys wagons, .-:. oB — im:.s.
Dr. Itiitl-wlRc, V.S., vtsltcl li.illu
way on Monday.
Giant IVrn cncumliers rrcelvcd tri*
werk.y at I'ink's, 8Sc. each,
P. Wooiln, tlw Cherry i-m-k ram-h
ar, was la Cranhrook oii Tuesday.
G. T. McOregor, ot Movie, «as in
Cranhrook last Saturday.'
W. McNeill, ol Windermere, was In
CrnahrooU at thc end ot last week.
A. E, Carter, ot Kltnlierley, was
In town last Saturday.
Boys wa«oiis, 1-,1 olt.—C.C.S.
E. .'rant, ol Eeriil,-, was in Cranbrook last Kriday.
Otoi-Ke Uurio, ,., I'rcsti.n, *..i'i In
Cranhrook on Kriday.
The sidewalk on the snulli nnd .,i
Armstrong avenue needs I'nin*-.
E. Corel], ol Kinga^le, was a
Cranbrook visitor on Sunday.
G. B. Benjamin, ol Bull river, was
iirctn
ti to J7.i.
Ladies Oxfords, J1.85,—C.C.S.
Hurry Melton, who has heen quite
11, canto in Irom his iron claims on
Baker mountain on Tuesday.
Provincial Constable Kouth, ot
Movie, was in Cranhrook on Tucs-
dny.
Gladys, llie Iil tie dniiRlit.ir ■■.
Percy Cue. .ell and hadly sprained
hei arm this week.
It. II. Bohart, one ot Wardner's
ft'ell known hotelmen, was registered
at tlu* Cn.smopolitan on Tuesday.
Baby go carts, M.75.—C.C.S.
W. fl. McPherson was appointed
toreman of thc back shop a. the
round house on the 20th.
Semotire Muir, clerk In the office nt
tin- district master mechanic, spent
a tew days at Calgary this week.
Fink's green vegetables are always
crisp and inviting—their new perpetual spray keeps them right.
Baby go carts, $1.75.-0.0.8.
Punderosa tomatoes—the lull flavored kind—always fresh at Pink's
Pun- Pood Grocery.
LeKeti- biscuits, a new creation
the biscuit   world, have   that encore
taste, .inst received at Kink's.
Government Agent McMuiien, ot
Kernie, was in t'ranbro.*k at .he end
ul las. week.
W. '.'. Reid returned from the
coast last Saturday ami wilt remain some days.
Baby go carts, II.75.-C.O.S.
Mrs. William Matthews is spcnling
I li-iv days in Spokane. She was
accoinpan'ieil liy Ier mother, Mn. ,,.
Campliell, of Itosmer.
"Mike" Provcniano. lhc well suown
O.P.tt. extra gang toreman, was
taught to Hv al tho regular meeting ol tlie Eagles last Kriday.
charge and "Curley" ltohinson at tho
throttle.
Thc Easter number ol the War
Cry is to hand auu is a really
,erv handsome and interesting issue.
The wonderful work that the Salvation Army is doing commends them
to all people without reganl to race
er religion.
Died—Ou Sunday, April 10th, at
the St. Eugene hospital, of typhoid
pneumonia, George McKee, ot ' Elko,
B. C, ai*ed 51 years. The (uncial
took place last Tuesdav at Elko, Rev
Main officiating.
Our bicycles are made by the celebrated Pope Mfg. Co., makers of thc
highest grade wheels in America. Wo
ean show you something interesting
when it comes to values. Wc havt*
some beauties on hand at present.—
Patmore Bros.
W. A. Asher, ol Lethbridge, ri*in*c-
■enting the Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, the Imperial
Lite Assurance company and Ma-
London & Lancashire Lite Insunnrc
eompany, was doing business in
Cranbrook on Monday.
It would be an excellent thing if,
during the summer months, tho
eity hand could render selections nn
the porch of the government-niunlci
pal buildings and il seals were pro
Tided (or ladles and children, dpci.
air music is good, but with tu-aiiti.nl
Hirroundings it is better.
Patmore Bros, have secured       the
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THE GARDEN OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
CRESTON, B. C.
HERE IS ONE OF THE BEST FARMS IN THE CRESTON VALLEY
Mil Acres uf finest fruit land on wist side of Kootenay river,
opposite to.in of Orestun; -!"- acres of bottom land grows
enough wild hay lofeed all fnrm stock: 10 acres slushed; two
good streams; good log ImiWing; Sl.40... Good terms can
be arranged
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY
CRESTON j REAL ESTATE AGENCY
F. C. CORBY, MANACER
P. 0. BOX 3      -     CRESTON, B. C.
agency lor the Monarch stump put* ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
lets and grubbers, and have one onl J. Jeroiny, ol IIUI ,\ Co.'s stall
exhibition guaranteed to stand a is a W.lsliman anil is responsible for
strata of 75 tons, slid with double tbe lollowing Btatomont. The small-
power pulley will pull either trees or es! village (il has onlv •! bouses)
stumps. They will he pleased to witli the laaest nam.' in the Britisli
show this powerful machine t<» anyone Empire is in Wales ' "
Interested in the clearing ol land.'      IUantairprollgwy
Despatcher A. (I. Workman return   rdysullyo	
id on Sunday from a vacation   trip
which* was spent ln Del-aware,. Mary
„,,.„„_„  „   ,        ,    ,v     „      iland and other southern points.   Mr.1   J. s. Carter
, W'„N.',I,,D^CTI?   hiiJC, f""-1Workman    says   that   oysters, tried Soo-Spokane I.
brook Herald ol the lollowlng -tales: ehlcken   and canvas back duck      are gotten mil i
.Inly 12, November 29 and December ,til- 1h„   principal items on thc bill Gig card I.
18,1808.     Apply to the Herald   yl- «| (are down south. ,verv plea,    	
"l'p* s-"   I  «,  <-.   T„ni._   .„„i i;    n  smit-i* will do a great deal to advertise the
Klyer."    Mr. Carter   designed   the
lines ot
Llantair P. (
n.l Ihe name
lk',-1 iien.lrobwllllan-
It is on    three-
.uiil the p.-ople call il
for Bhorl.
general agent of   the
ae, of Spokane,      lias
vcr'J attractive advertises line.     Tlie design   is
Miny and no doubt the card
  „ „     ,, , .      .   ,   W. 0.   Tapley   ami V.   0. Smith, *"'" «<> « great ileal t.
Clint McDonald has improved the'-^prKenting lllf Calgary Herald, Wyer." Mr. Carter
show windows ol bis cigar store by jave ^.^ in (ratilirook " this week whole thing himsetl and, like every-
tbe addition of handsome draperies taking views and writing up Iran- ll*-* ho sets out to -do, made a
snd a new awning. |brw)k a„ -■,„,   th(, peopU. „, c.,^.,,-,  good |ob ol it.
Bums Brothers arc having a spring m!il know what thc banana licit a band stand is to bo built nest
cleaning. The front, of their store " >' L*' ? " Bentlemcii are hust- ,„ ,;hc, ,,,,, |,.,u ,.|_*j, a „„.k| atl,|
ia tu-iiig painlnd and the signs renew- •*•*■' and made many Iriemls for llieir ,he Cranbrook City band will played. |W*-r -™Ue hc""* there   n ful are.     The band is      inl-
Baby go carts  tl 75—CCS I   "^V    noi *-ftve a hand-palntcd sofa proving all tho time and Bandmaster
.       ',,'._,__..      „.. '■BWlilon   and   do It yourself.      Now Austi„ ,, ,|oillg al,   ,„  -,*„      ,,„»,,,
It   Is quite   likely that the      Otis Is your chance.      Mrs. T. E. Glass ,,      , , ,, ,   ,
Staples Lumber company will run    a will give lessons and sell Ihe supplies. w mal"' ll ",,n "' l"e^-r) bom   insight as well as a day shift this sum- Call and see lor yourself.     Room 9, ganizations of the kind in the prov-
net.
Royal Hotel.
Mt
Drink Home Beet
It Is Pure
It is Healthy
It Is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
GEORGE C. EGG
ARCHITICT, BUILDING SUKSIHTINDENT
AND VALUATOR
Montreal, tloHtnn nn.l Toron'o
Bxperln	
1-I.AVS. ESTIMATES AMI SI'KCI
PIC..T.ON8 ON SiloitT NOTICE
IMi Ho, llll NELSON, n.o. Till:   . I! AN It It*.OK    IIKKALII
Black
Watch
lbe* iug Tobacco
The big black plug.
News of the District
Written by Bright Correspondents and Gleaned Irom Newspapers
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SEVEN PER CENT. PREFERRED STOCK OF THE
CRANBROOK SASH ANU
HOUR COMPANY
Miiiiiitii.iunt's nml Di'ftWra
III
StSllliS. DOORS AND ALL
KINDS III KOlliill AND
IlKISSIill LUMBER
Di-tuil Work ii Spo.-inlly
* ELKO ANL) TOBAC ♦
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(I'loiu our own correspoiiilent)
Tlio nian who knocks bis own lown
is iu Uu- same class with tlio      man
I who knocks his own family.     II    you
can't boost don I knock.
J. Cook, president ul Iho Crcslon
Fruil (Irowers association, was an
Elko visitor lasl week anil il Ilo is a
■ample .. tbo   men   nri -I   I'rwlon
ll's in, wonder llml Crcston is grow
Ing. Hi-, language aliuiil Creston s
Btrnwhorn crop seemed l« llm*. Iron;
Ion like .1 mil iii.-i Irutn Its eteriuil
suiireo Hi* was ilellghlcd and expressed gi-enl surprise nl Hie lieauti-
Inl scenery ivo have iiruunil lieie nn.l
lb,- .mi..nui ..i huney, hogs uml
liuiicv wo raised. With regrets al
luivlug to leave su soon, lie handed
(ho writer a clgur yon couliln t llghl
wilh n blow pipe.
Scotia lone of voice told them the back of tin* note and sen! it to
t.< gi-1 .uni don'l loos back (says the teacher: ".limmy ain'l no rose.
Uiih ur what happened to Lot's Wlio Don't smell nt bim, 'learn him."
won't    lie a   circumstance lo   what 	
-aill happen to vou. i   On account uf    No. li being      lale
  last    Sundav there   were no services
Mr. L. MncDonald and family, Ker- in anv ol tli,* Wurdner churches.
nic's populnr blacksmith, spent  Sun- __
day in   Ello,     under   the   Spreading    Mrs. Otto   Wisner   spent     Sunday
cliestnul  Iroes, .with friends in Cranbrook.
: British-Canadian Wood Pulp & Paper Co.
LIMITED
Owners of the Townsite ot Port Mellon. Howe Sound, is miles Irom Vancouver
HEAD OFFICE: .n.l CORDOVA STREET,   VANCOUVER,  B. C.
When Vou
Come to the Metropolis st iy at the
Palace Hotel
Stephens -5c Roekt-ndorl
Proprietors
Opposite C. P. K.
Station
$1.00   l>BR   DAY
Calgary, Alta.
Carman,    "Tin
s ill Elko lasl  »
111,1,1*,*'
•I-I..
Clothes should match Hie hair, sal
a travelling tailor in Elko ins! week
II that's a lael il should lie n gl'on
help  I., a  balillli'ii.le.l   ll	
McHENRY'S
ORCHESTRA
pi \\i> asii ni;.-m>
High Class Dance Music
Marilyn P|i.lu..li!le
i||.i.ii i.n Uul oflown l-.ngiige-
oieuls.
P.O. II.,*. -Is      CkA.NBKI.llk. B.C.
.1 If
Watson, of
Ci
Ignry,
uiu
peddles
all il.n
suck
-is   an.l
SMlill
watci  i
unit.tins.  i\
as a
,  Elkn
vlsllot
tbis week.
Mi    1
fluff    oi
llie
King
hu. el
was a
'ranbrook
-Islt.
t* last  week.
Alder
nail   .1 limes
lleiulelsi.il
0
Cranhr.
ol.. nu*, iu
Elk
i  this  week  ..I
taurine*
ment.
(Iiiiiii
loi   Ihe  l
Warden
'.P.I
!'.
inel
1.   Lew
lopiilt*
s   uas
visiting
several   la
SI*    I
latins
II'OIIIII
tin* ilis
lie!  lllis week.
"Pav
as yuu io
11   lu»
can i
pay dot
t   go.
¥. II.
Mau iiii.nn
.   "I
Nelson,
Will
|..*.l.II,-.
nerve    In
eels
anil
Sliei-I
Ilenli r-
Delight   1
.1   ll
e   Minis.
n Bill
couipnn
.   uus iii
Ilko
lasl   we
....  Hi
W.IS   lllll
iii Xt-lson
Easi
-1* Siin.l
iv .nu!
left   ou
lhe westlli
uml
Irani,
Nn ii,
Our of ilit- Hnil. ministers in Wln-
lil|H'K hiivh lie would i-.itlii't' drink it
bottle of red ink lhan a bottle oi
jieer. Hut why in Hit* niuiie of
Klijuh's uriuiiliiioliiei should a preacher lind il necesmiry to it rink either.
Sydney Armllnge left for I'crnie,
where he intends star Uur in hmin-.'ss
for himself.
(leorge Ingham, of Hie Midland
Diamond cullers, i.s visiting Ins
parents out at Sheep mountain.
,—.         ^n |..j|.|( mj.r(.[|.,j,t  Wi)S („,;,id it, re-
i   m--r'- t'lil* il sm'!l' rus1s nothing only
t.t M.Mii'ir i'.i - ■ *     •     ^nv |.jn(j sflioon keepers sell,
McVIT HE& PARKERI miss .„*,, .,— „. n,*, ■„.„<.
        ...  _ _. .took   chnrgo of iin*     ItolTmuii   bousi
I't'OVinuul Lailll huncyors \p*t\urs a„,| (ijni,,.*** rooms ami every*
 — thing    is looking     us   bright  ;.s tin
mil.WvY   ill.  MINIMI.   RNUINBPKI.N.i bottom of a new tin bucket*.
OFFICI: M POUr'STKHI.K AND A ,|, Mott and a galaxy ot gvaci
and hcatity spenl Good Friday it
| Elko,     Arthur tailed this trip      ti
ClIAMIttOOK
K.limates Furnished
,..i,* P.O. ii..-.as.
.. i I- ii r...-, n.
Telep ie 171.
nl**.,,,' Ill Kei.l llloek
| register at the ofd en
partment.
| Howard and Frank McOulre were
I in Elko from Hie big red apple conn
try this week.
Now is tho time to buy your gni'
!•_>.. I> I aacl* _fr I'ft den Mills anil ue have the llnesl ns-
tietl.   K.    LeflSK   «   \0 ,0rtmen< you w.-r   saw.     Our silver
wire fence jewelled  to keep
BUILDBkS and
CON IV ACTORS
(llll   -Aiilk i
(llll  '
ltd iii the 11
impli
il.
CRANHROOK, II. C.
Neat Lower trnisti'fiiig Avenue
IKI.KI'lloNK IN
anything from a Inimhle bee i
bucking broncho is selling like lemon-
uili' on a hot day in a [iroliiuHioi
town, and our celebrated brand ol
eateli-eiu-all (Isliing   tackle is simply
l.nl we making trout  a drug on the market
, Our goods nre moving so f.ist    that
' |wc don't a' a chance to ust-      our
feather dusters. Don't forget when
visiting Klko to call at Fred Koo'h
general store, if it's only to hear
ltli.it paHn'tic storj oi "Little •loliimv
Poole'1 or "It Pays to Advertise."
of    Ker-    Messrs.  Donahue    and
ln'twiru  Sunday in Cranbrook,
N.  K.  S.nltl.iliy. druggist,
i-,     was     down to   Klk.
liains ihis week, I —■
  I   Mr.  .lohn Smith, brother
With ,t tew  packages ol mir garden South,    who recently arrivi
st-ciln you ran make vour Inu'k yards Irom Kugland, lefl for Monl
I.l.i
like
rose garden.
■iny for his healih.
Mis.   r.tih'l,  ol  UostOII,  .Mass
Ivetl in Klk.. Sunday to join
hus lui lul,    who is engineer     ior
Nortli Star Lumber eompany.
ar-    Messrs.  He
hei"  have    been
llie heir,  lefl    fo
lust.
-hills   .
pending
Tor..i
lli-iu  spent
Wm
here
al Sun
\is, who
holidays
Monday
pays tt> atlvcrlise,
li
There is no place in South Kiwt
Kootemij like Klko to inert lauw
Walton's numerous deseendents ami
swap lish yarns.    We sell the tackle.
W.  s
visltoi
.1, I'
i Klk.
McKwen
Uus  week.
,i Cranbrook
lathers  is   hilled  ti
}   llrldge the Kootonay al    Wnnlnei
It will help the    whole country -
Peter I.iiikI. accompanied hv bis
laughters Rdiih nnd Haul, left
lor  Nelson Thursday,
Messrs, llurgcss and 11, in attended
the K. of P. ball in Cranio.ml. Monday evening.
show
lllis   week.
Spend
B. C.
('. Ve lie, one of tne crack rmcrs
hn ihe CPU. Hound House ranch,
vim was in Klko some time ago advising Kin! Poo and several hundred
other Indians to come to Cranbrook
for thi' hiu, tact- meeting, passed
through Klko lasl nighl wilh Ins
valet, Vouug Tallow Pot. Charlie
will range around Macleod or Lelh-
bi-Hlge anil it's shavings to sawdust
lltai when lie returns he'll bring hack
a Flyer lo Cranhrook.
It pays to advertise—when you've
got the" goods,
Mr. I'Vrris of the Canadian Hank of
Commerce, Kernie. is spending bis
vacation out at Sheep mountain,
amongst   the butter cups and daisies.
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I WARDNER |
tl-'ruiu our uwu uoirespondeat)
Miss  Kdith  Lund was visiting     in
Cranbrook last week.
Mr. Hawthorn, representing
holidays
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♦ FERNIE ♦
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(Krom the Kernie Kiee I'ress.)
Dr. Hell, of Cranhrook, was a Kernie visitor this week.
II. Oldland is preparing the foundation for the new coke ovens at
Hosmer.
J. K. Jarvis will build an addition
to his hotel at Hosmer.
Work on the new tipple at Hosmei
was delayed for a few day.'
this week on accounl of a slide o
gumbo.
The payroll of the Crows Nest Pass
Conl eompany for the month ol
March is $111(1,251.05. This amount
will be distributed todav.
,UTllt
D. C. Corbin, the Spokane railway
magnate and the man who is supposed to be behind the Klathead  railway
project, was registered at the    Fcr-
"Je,Bie on Wednesdav, in eompanv     with
Hudson's Hay company wet      goods i,aif „ rfoxeti railway contractors
department, was in town last week. ,
  |       U. L. T. (ialbiaith.  Indian
Emperor William claims that      ht **x Fort Steele, was In Fernie
Cannot   live decent Iv     on hl8      pre- Hatttrdav
■ent salary.       At the rate the royal ■ __
family is increasing it takes all his, y\lv Baker Lumber companv cum-
■pave change to buy wedding pre- menccd cuttlffg on the ITih insl. Thc
■ents nnd rattle*. Koss-Saskntoon mill will be humming
—— next   Fridav.
He   stood on the bridge at      mid-|  ♦	
nighl (the new bridge built hy thc WWWWWWWWw*wwwwwww+*+♦*
McBride government, assisted by our > ^ I
MOYIF ♦
able member the doctor) and watched i
the ranchers crossing    with all kinds'
of garden truck, lo be on hand bright^ 4
ami early at the splendid  market    in  • .
al...    ,j,«.      . t    W.. >.l  IJ.   ..I,... 1. .i,l      '
We recently offered for aulwuHption tlie lirst IU0,00() Pn-ferni
tion, ia Blocks uf lOOat $1.0(1 per slmiv, oneli 1(H) slmrea utititleil In
Preference Stock, thU first issue waa taken  up liy  mile ami ytmri
■ b Iiu re a of tbis corpora-
o bonus of 25 shares of
iieeil option.
Iiliiins,
tiitlii- :
11
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WE NOW OFFER FOR SUBSCRIPTION
Tlie siii-uinl issue ot 100,000 I'mformit.-o Slum's, in Blm-ksof 100 til $l.00|wr slmre. l-ui.-h
Iin. Shnres cutitliil ... ,*. bonus ol Ifi sliuri-Bul' I'lvd-rn Slouk,
The iliir.1 mul uulis,-.|ii,-iit issiii-u nr.-1., In* .a,M ni pn.-, or ..In |>roi..iiiui to In* ni...ou..coil
In.in tiKit- to .im,- liv tlio Itnunl of l.iivel.ii-
When cvniplcte this modern plant will liav.- n enpneit) ol 180 lonsol News l-epi-r. end
170 lens ot ell grades ol VVrappiitK I'apor pel' week.
SPECIAL NOTICE
The >.'«>!u|iuny icsttrvtu tlio tight In ''.-j.-.*. uuy tir oil  aulii
tin- riitlil 0. ulotfl tin- uiilis.-ripti..ii list lit till) Iiiik* Mill I noli
In 1.i.li-niin s.ik'Iv kin.ll.v iiiiii' win-Ill.*r in ll nul llu- so
siil.ui*rtlH*.l vuu wish vour uppli.'iiti.ui ri-lurio.l. nr nliu.vi-il ,.0 ll
Slink.   No bonus stock allowed alti-r the second Issue.
Tin- I'lt-f.-rri.l stock is .•ulilli.l to on lUiliilul .Iiii.I..ml ... .' |
lu-r I. 1108, Iml unlimited nu 1,. further illviilnnils i.f. nfli'i
ii|ii.n tItv I'lt-fi-rrt-il uml Cou.D.0.1,1...1I1 storks Ili.-i*.-,*,fl.*,* purlit-ipiii
wh) this utoi'k should not p.*iy frnm oil In .'ul por cunt, dlviili-nds.
Wo itru now rushing tho work i.l fori Mnllnti, J". iii'iIi-r i'i  \'.*i
of this urout plttut, whit.li iu In huv.- it weokly onptu-il) offO.UOO
wliieli we hope to hav.- iu operation l.y July I. I'.in\
IJ,*iiii*iiilh*r. thore is uu uniuiid Hooi-.pliiu, nn inllnk'tl vulues nr
ihe enterprist.-,
Within ..ue .vein- the stoek i»i litis eorporntiun  will In. selling
then it will Lu* too lut..- tu buy.
PA-YWIENTS
10 per cent, on application, i.n per ecu., on allotment, hiilance in cIrIiI calls oi
,t„ day*, rach.
I'he public are cordially invited lo visit tin- demonstrating plan, ol lhc Company, at our
ollice, corner iluvernmcnt und Vales Streets, sin. witness Ike manufacturing ol wuod pulp
and paper.
DIRECTORS
8YI.VKSTK.il  il. l-'AHLKSHIt, I'ri-skli-nt Hrillsli
i'l.lnuil.iii Trus. Corporstion.
Vt.   II. It,   IJ-OI.I.IKTKR,   Mi.iiH-.-er   All.iou    Iron
Worlo., Viin.oiivei*, II. 0.
.1.  DUFF STITAIIT, Manikin-; I>i,,-,*,,.r .Iml.,- ..
Stllillt, 1.1-1., Staliuliei. . Villi l\.*r, It, l'.
llll..  T.   II. TII.M'Y.    M.I'. S,„...   O.K.,    I'.l.s.
|..l..S., t'on. Kug.,   fotmi-lly  lily   Kliiilnt'ur of \fi*nt, ,*l.*
Viiiii'ouvt'l*.
FREDK. APPLETON   Mminsin*-- hlrcelor Jl.
Ti. Smith c... Victoria
Al.l). \V, .1. CAVANA.I1I, Meinlicr VV. .1. Ciivuiuigli
tV Co., Vimcoiiver.
nnver, nn  llu- flrsl unit
-. i.i wrapping paper, uud
ingn priiiiii.li'io' profits iu
t 11 handsome premium—
FltKD. S.MHII. \l,.ii,l,,.r gmlili, Wright A Dnviiison
\\ liulf-iile l'ii|.i'i I'liiiiimuy, VillU'OUver.
II. M. HtllllllTT, Wus.srn Aluimger Coillcelll Silk
fo., Viiiiuiiiiver.
.1. 11. w.   STAXI.KY, formerly
Wcsl I li.n l'ii|.,.i Mill-. I.
L'AIT.   II.   ...   MKI.I.11N. ,1.1'.,
lifiit'iiil   Mtuult-er
...Iuu Fin.-.
A i.-f 1.  Lloyds
ursTAt'K II. .11'.NNs. Iluri-isler, i-n*, Vancouver.
1; 1:11.   K.  CA'i'F.S, Cutoa   SlilnknlMlnn Co. V1111-
1 vor, 11. C.
i;i:i:i;i.Y   KOl.TS,  formerly   (lencrnl    Manager
I'll, ill.- t'oil-l S01I11 Co.
Address all subscript ions fm* stoek din
BRITISH COLUMBIA TRUST CORPORATION
Corner Robson and Granvillo Streets
VANCOUVER, B. C.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦-»♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
Kaehern's place and i.s builaing a
house.     13. A. Hill has bought tho
corner  lot  ou    Movie avenue anil
Tavistock street, and will soon put
up one of the neatest residences in
town.        Several others are content-j
plating building, !
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•
f FRED   ROO
the cttv ol Wardner.     He also    a*i\ ********************** I   Dr. llarvie hns   located in  . ani-oii-
to liit-ii moving or lie knocked    down       (From ..nr own correspondent.)      ver.
by Uie   fust    trains of tlie Kootenay     l-ocal items  of news are somewhat   i
antral    Railroad,    who are running fragni.-nt.iry on   tins occasion.     Tlie|   m,s. VmucM and daughter,
special fruit trains eust to supply the anw Ims now almul     all uoiio,    the Hni^e, were out to Spokane
growing     prairies    with  tlie   liuest trees are lii-slnniog to     bud anil era
Fruits in  the  world, grown lu    and long "nature   will lie clothed In sur-
sround Wardner, II. C.     -And   then na-nis green.'
lie    fell out   o. lied." j , , 	
  A "lianl limes    ...ill  wus held    this, |,uili|lns.
Ur     lliirrower    rcurescntiu*:    the evcniiiK   In   Morley hull.     Thc pentsi __
Harris ti  lliirrower I'reameriK      o(*'w''"' dressed in plain clothes, imliea-    Miss Konnedv was up trom    ..'ran*
Hums       Harrower ^merles, ^o. f> rt* ladles   *m\n_ the fust ol the "week visiting
»ttited in dresses which bespoke   itullj-^vitli friends
times.     About  one hundred and lifty
Miss,
this
S. K. Morley was up from     Cranhrook yesterday    looking after      lits j
('umn.M-,
Tuesday.
Wm. White arrived home from Kim
bertcy  lust  week.
A New  Vork surgeon has succeeded
persons     Indulged   in   the movement]   j.    w.   Kitch bas taken a       long
ol Uw liu.ht fantastic until utter mid- |(!nsc 0„ h,,, Morley building, dating
ni-ihi.    The music on the violin   was (,-„„,     (iie 15lli of 'May.     Mr. Fitch
w furnished by Mr. K. .1. Smyth, with Kl\\ occupy the lower lloor of      ins
In sewing up it wound in a patient's J[rs- I'ntretpiln ns accompanist      at tu>re. and" will furnish the hall      it
fceart.   Love-lorn maidens will     now | Jnc^ piano-       ihe object ot the social liisi-class shape for    rental purptuses
have no excuse   i'or dying witb
'In to obtain   money to
build
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANV
One Way
Colonist Rates to Alberta
and British Columbia
I'linM
Toronlo llruiillord. (iiiclpti.
(jatt, London
Kiiigsion
Ottawa
On., viii CIliciiKO
Montreal
Quebec
SI. .lohn-rionct.nl
Halifax
(110.0,1
(.50.10
9Ai.ni
9Ai!.lA
SSL'.7.1
9.10.00
900.I1A
90IJ.-IA
lickets ou .--ale Pel,.   JOlti to
April ivtli, loot.
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S|u
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ititeriio-.li.it..
fllrlllH
Fi
write,
c. f.. Mcpherson,
ii. p. i..
wiN.vn'iio, mv
v   low
If H.
ti.-ultu-.
llll   I
... mm,
p. I-. \.
SKI.snv. II
I Our teacher. Mr. Myers, wishes us
it., s.iy thut sume of the lost furniture
'is tiirniiii*" up nnil that he sincerely
believes he'll gel the balance before
tin- snow lii.s Thnl Kit., school
board is sure Uio limit.
' Miss l.clle Patience and Miss Lulu
Leirlni, of Feruie, are visiting witu
Sliss K. May Hoo, in Klko.
V.Ilo   Voting,  tin*    popular
expert bridge builder, ..ho mo
C.l'.lt.   station   wnrehouse,
C.l'.li.
•eil Hi.'
Irelght
hills  and  nni'laiiuril  hnggage
ll.ll.ff*. ill,     lo     M.II'lllHl       OIK*    t
from
before breaklnsl, wns n, Klko
ills   parents    who    rrsidt*     it
tln.ve Park, Kitinboro avenue.
ISil.lljl
Hon II
Bridge! Bridge! I Not bridge whist
but liridi.e .he Kootenay a. Ward
ner.     "That's the idea."'
Mis,
Hanoi   Luml,   ol St.
seph's school, Nelson, is spending   tin-
Easti-r vacation nt lu-r home.
i .Mr.  Filch is to be congratulated tin*
i his enterprise.      It would now seem
.that     Movie is to    have a hai. that
' will be a crwlii   nnd nol un evesore
Mr. .1. I',. Crowe,    who has    heen ,„ ii,_ |,iace.
very ill with an attack of pneumonia,!                       ._____.
is how malitu progress towards   re-j   i*iln   ,|,iartcrlv onieial board       of
•o-'ery.                                               |ttic Methodist church was held       un
,    .      ——                          Jlondav   afternoon   with     Bev.    B.
Mr.   Iinviil    Porter and   wife, who nui-hes, „| Cranbrook,  in .he chair.
.have hoen residents of Movie tor   lhe ti,,. ,ISUi|| business wns -sone throttRh
■ past eight nars. has lus house   and „n,( f,,,,,,,,   vcry satislactory.        llie
|Rurdi-ii ailrerllsed tor sale.    They in- stewards   for the ensuin-g year   were
'.'".lend to miilic a li..nn' m nne of    tin*   ' 	
broken   heart,    when' a 'lew tltm-lv | Pavilion on    lhc lake shore for
stitches will make them as gnod    as,•'■»""' ""M*
It.II. Bohart and   wife made a   trip
to Nelson lust weel,.
elected.
... Blackburn was elected
J.   V.
"It  pais to advertise.
I-I.-.I /.Hints, ol the ,|iiaiier circle
tliree ranch Intemls leanng witli It.,
stiitif of horses lot   -ilberln       nexl
Hill lii.ini.in. iln* trnppor, is cnieli
.nu ii.kii i». i.el lino: ami moulli!
on thi-tn like lieat traps ill .suulh fori!
The leaf hulls of lhe honey sltckll
an* developing.
The sights around Klko couldn't in
ignore! hy a blind man.
it Just tickles tlie hour! where yon
can't scratch it. to see the way business is picking up in KIKo.
Litilt* Gladys Vnmlerlillt who     recently married au Hungarian    count,
is worrying because she cannot   mas- Proper   Legislat
ter   the   language of her   now home.  *■■- ••'   ■
Don'l fr.'t. filityds, us long as vou
can sign your name in plain l:nit"d
States t,, ti fut check the count
will love you inst lhe same.
Mrs.   Lund, of Spokane, arrived on
Fri.liiv   eieiiing to   visit    iter
Peter Lund.
ill
Messrs Il.-mlrit-ks ,v Hints, ol
(lult. Out., spent a tew .lays in town
last weok.
Master Roger Lund, who bus hoen
attending sol I in Spokane, is home
tor tho holidays,
Mr Godfrey, representing a wholo-
,u!e liiiuor house on the coast, was
in town last week.
Tommy Hums was a guest at the
haiti|,ie. of tlu- sportsman's club in'
Lomli.ii the other night. When Iho
wuit.-r usk.il for his wine order t'rol.
Burns snid:  "Punch for mine."
Miss Willson and Miss Rowland,
of Crnnbrook, wero visiting in town
tin- lirst of the week.
towns in Idaho. .recording steward   and   Mr.
mm~— Fitch treasurer.
The ilolinio   tonight on   the subject __
"Resolved, Thai  the Kxtcnslon      of Mr. .1. |*:. Crowe is critically
tho   Bounty    on    Lead    is   Fit, and with pneumonia   at his   home
..„.         „    ,            .w-is adjourned „m\i Victoria street.     Lloyd Crowe
till next  Mi.nilny evening owing    to c„m0 \umt.   i,,,,,, Spokane Thursday,
•everal i nlet iittrnet.ons.     At the am|   Miss Lulu   is expected       irom
last meeting of llu' Debnting Society -Toronto Mon.lnv.
the subject of "Socinllstn" wns   ar- 	
jiu*,l pro ami eon.    Messrs, Kileli ami -|-|„. |ns, ,,, ,|„. -,.,. VVI,„, ,„„       ,,,
Kelly    represented     the nous       ol J|,,vti-lake Wodnosdav night.   II wen.
the revolutionary   Socialist,      while lM{ ,ilis u,ar almul nro days earllci
son, [Messrs, McKny nml Mi*1 roe advanced ,ii;1M ),|St .-eai.
argunii-iiis    in    ..mu* ...      co-opera- „__
.i.ui     ninl the   public   ownership   uf ,|„s,.,,|,   Kl,M „„,, „.„,, „ |m(,    lali
eoniiiion utilities.     One previous   ilo |ilM -fucailny while working a.     lhe
buto   »(     lh,<    eliih   was  'Resolved, s,    KH*ew,     ,,,, „..ls K„,m.,ybal i.ls-
Thut  Country  Ll.o   Ml..ids as    Many flB!im|   t.ot is slill in the ring
Advantages  ns Clly Life.       Messri ___
B. Crow ami S. Moore spoke on   the "Dirk" MiCliin* bus turned luveiilor
atlirmatiie siilo ami rctorrod to    the S1„| ,s |10w u„pivitig |„r a patent on a
charms   oi   rural    life on    lhe larm ,„.„■ (nM|,u,| (Ire escape und a continu-
where n person <*iin brenthe tin- nitre cu.s railway rati.
orone.      Fot   citv life Messrs,  Fitch  ,
and   Sorrel pointed out  the      great m,.   .„„( \|rs  (.|,.ls   (|   ■*,.*,„„■       „,
lucilities for Ititrhcr education in   the phoenix, came   mer to Moyie      Ihis
metropolis.      The advocates   ol the week und wore the guests ol Mr. und
entintry lite showed thai  many      .- j|,s. K. I). Stlnsim.    Mrs. Flood is u
the leading men in commercial    and ,is1e,* of   Mrs.    Stinson.     .Mr.F.mu.
.'ream Pull .Iim, Doilghnul Hun an
Brown Bread Hob, of the Pol Hitlers Comedy eompnny, arrived i
Klko iho otlier day to rest np
little.    Tin- chief was down the Iii
professional life received their early rei„nieil in I'h.ienix vostor.iav »o
training on thc farm In the rural i,,,*; after bis hotel, the Dominion, ol
district.    The speakers lor Iilc    in which ho Is the proprietor.
the   citv   stated    thnt     the highest	
typo of civilisation and Hie homo of j. ],Kk jiacSwniu is no. making
religions societies, culture, rcliiicmcnt mm^ progress in his journey to
etc., wore located In    the city. ptinm ijupcrt.    He has liacs trucked
und side stepped several times between (Ireenwuod and llcilley. Thc
Hctlloy flazette thinks probably this
(Frsin  Hie Mov.f  leader)
\ teacher in one ot our      common
schools observed that, one      of    her
pupils always   came to school dirty.*   Thut there will he more building in is a little retrognde lUnik movement,
Th s hoy never seemed 1o be washed, Movie lliis vear than last year seems whieh Peck picked up several      years
.ami her' scoldings had no eRect       on to ho (lie general opinion. '  Many on- ngo while with loxev's army,
when the In., arrived Iml when      In* him.     So she sent this note to    his quiries are Iieing    made nhoul prop- ,
mother: "Dear Mrs. Daly: Please see ertv, and   wilhln lhc pnst wee- sev- _.__.,
that .I ininiv washes himsell clean. He era! deals have been put through. Wc presume that the next thing will
n si. dirtv when ho comes to II, Cross* manager ol the Co-Opera- be the '-weeping husband" pnrosols
school that he positively smells." live store, lias bought u lot between Mg enough to cover thc "merry
Mrs. Unlv wrote litis brief' reply   on lhc Catholic church and .1. S.      Mc- widow" hata.
returned    anil    saw the   hack d
comedians on     the    street  bo pulled
right up. tied his horse tn one of llie
gill eilgrsl hileliing posts ami escorted
the gang to the city limits and in   a
Tin
nl Miiiiitinl
! llu
known I
IS
plons.il In trial..!
THE
aniioiinei nu-iit  llml   hf cnrrii
of iiii'ioliiiiulis.'. iiiul recot
BIGGEST
stork of Fishing Tackle evoi
juttloua pprsoti might cull iiilmi
LIAR
Rill l*'r.*.l II b linppy
IN
lowing Hint In- Ims,-i ropiitiitiiin in
ELKO
<» for vt-nii-iiy which  is worth more (n ]
Iliun uni nld golil,
kiiuls
Im
Sum.
Dealer !■:-
Ibtrtlwair
Murium anil Saddles
*
Miiicts'   and   Pros-
pclors' Suppllca
*
|lr> lliiud*
*
lirottftts
rii
Haw I urn
Oi
Prudutie
Oi
I toil Slid LllllJ)
Inilisii Curias
and
FlnhlnR Taikle lhat
Ink-hen the l:l«h
THEROOSVILLKCASH STORHS
FRED ROO, Proprietor
ROOSVILLI:, 11. C. ELKO, B C.
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Phone 57 Head Office. Calgary Alta.
Finnan  Maddic!    Finnan Haddie !!
Hum-   jusl   ivorivni   n  i.liipmt'iil   uf  Hit'   HllOtt
FINNAN    11.\ I HU l'l    wv    hiivn   over   won.
I'lntii'  ninl   try  snuu*.     I i'ii  a I.     We   hum
nlsn u nie.- linv of IIIIL.KIN'A.juul   rocvive.1.
The Dominion Meat Company, Ltd.
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In   a   Case ot
KKRRIGAN'5 5T0UT
Iwo  Ho/en   Pints   $J.go
Ripiiil tn .luiiiiiDua'.   Tlio finest boyofago on tlm uiiirkut
fur I'.iniily uml lulilo iisu.    Imparls vigor nnil
h oul lli, nml touos up tlio lituly gonerolly
JAMES KERRIGAN
tlruwur, Criinbronk,   fl, C
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_
m_ IIIK   I'llAMiKOOK    IIKItAI.lt
AND     PETROLEUM
TICKS
NO
LI,mill WILL WALK NUDE COAL
Ycroein, Sask.,     April     Ul.—Lady
(tofina will he casl into the limbo of
insignificance when the big nude tick
of in,mm [loulvlii.liors, Soticduteii   tor    Notice
Warmer weather, begins litis summer, davs   aft,
Wi 1 If.111  ii stitch or even a lig     leuf,  to'    lhe
thi-     spectneic     of filing sialutes, missioner
ftoiii stalwart and fair, will move for a license to prospect for coal
i,ni ol Canada across lhe bonier and ami petroleum on the fol.ow.ng
down iln* Mississippi valley In search described - lands, situated In tbe
„[ a Luml of Promise—unless Aiituoiiy dislriel of Soulh Mas. Kootciuiyi
Uoinslock interferes and gets mil an Province of llritisli* Columbia:
Injunction. i   Commencing   at   a    post   ulantril
NOTICE NO. 1
is   hereby   given   that 'Ml
r dale   I 'intend   to   apply
Honorable    Chlel    Contf
t   Lamls    and      Works
This army-, iitiitormoil in Iniioconco
will l.e composed of those Honk
Iii,Iii.is. or Itiissinn fanatics, win
wen* settled in iln* Canadian moth*
wesi l.\ Iln* P..minion government    a
tew years ago a. .lie Bulieital
Ph.liidelphlnii, Pnrlsloit nm.     I
(i.i.il.ff.        Their loaders It.
mnimisl  llial. Hie Ploiniseil
mil ol here, in the
sstppt, nml aliisidy
being iu.ul.* uu Hu*
lo   llie
Iln*    II
ions i
Ink.    lining ii, llm proclivities
Hi,.   Dmikliohiii's it,    fi-1    mi llieli
clothing aiwiija si-iuiL whenevei    Iho
i hm.ii,  ui|| allow, ami lo depend loi
si,si.* ie upon llml nml Hie      good
p, ii*    whoso leiiiimi Hie)       Puss
ll  li     llu*      1 Illinium anil ties
mil like.) li.i..* mii.li I Mi* 	
dm im*   these pi*..pie lo oompl)     .. uli
.In*   I.m.  ..I   Iln-  I I  I        f.fiHi	
at or   near one   mile oast of C.I'.Ri
survey Iim* nt i.:. mile post, tot 4593,
ami Iieing   N. .:. coiner of   William
Livingston's claim  and  marked William     Livingston's   N.   1*1.     comer,
„i    oi thence    running    su chains    south,
imlim tlience    running    su    chains   wrst,
an* thence    running   SH   ehains     north,
them-e     running    su    eliains    east,
to place of etiiniiH'iieement.
Located this   ii'.iii   day of   March,
inns.
William Livingston, Locator,
...ihu  Livingston, Agent,
ml  he
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I'l.'l	
glen
ih,
dci.
F.
I...I
I'l.'l
II I
lead
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l'l.mil-
nil     III
Ilieil   I
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bids ll.
Noli.
ll.l is    I
..
missioner
lor n     II
ami    pel
ttexcrllictl
dlslrh-l
I-i
    Weeks |..f l  Hu* Diuikho
lin vu hi... sili-nll) nnd surol,
uiu.*. f.u Hits grenl exodus, -uni
llilile on llaill raids lhat Iheir
, I'el,*i  Vclcgln, utll In.nl     lhe
llill'cling Ihem  In Iln* land    i.l
Las! lull Ihev dispose.!    „l   Hilton's
.allIf, sheep    and horses; lllllnii
ng glasses nml clucks llilll* tlielile
led ninl disponed of while .heme
hri of Color Vcregin    l.u- theme
lu have more eh,thing lllllll   tlu-ii,',-
,-ssiirv upon tin-,i hacks. ,tu jilni*
I* prosperous, lhose l.im»lioh01'S
iim   pul eily slrlei.eii  In       eveiy
NOTICE NO. •■
is   herehy    given   that .'ll1
r dale   I intend   tu   appl,
Hon..tabic     dibit     Com-
ol   Lands    and      Hoiks
ens.'   l„  prnspoi'l ior   coal
ileum    ou   the   ii.iiov.iii,'.
lands,     sltllnteil    In    ttie
•I    South   East Ko,,imiav,
,. llrilisli Columbia:
Ciimmeiicliig   al   n
..I   <<l   in,ll   ,1   miles  e.
survey line nl ;._ mile
ml lining   \   K.   f.
(lost planted
st ol C. .'. It.
post, Lut tin,
■iter   ot   Lewis
wai, with exception of bard cash, „,
largo .sum being li.-l.l iu Hie common
I'ii,-.. uml will doubtless I,,- used bv
tla* commune after the Promised
Land hns been loeatod. I
claim,     and marked    Lewis
N, E, corner,
running    su    chains   west,
running   sn  chains    norlh.
running    nu    chains    mst.
running     «u chains    soulh,
ot I'liiniiiciiceiiient.
Limned this  __rd    day ol March
inns.
J.owis Hilton, Locator,
John Livingston, Agent.
NOTICE NO. *.
I
p    Nol ire    is    hereby    given   tbat 3U
.„.,".„,„„„ , ....   .~T davs  after date   I intend   to. apply
•IM, KMJ1T1.ANI. FOI SALK Ito" the Honorable Chit* dm*
I ave MlH acres of good fruit and, missioner of Lands and Works
meadow   land    north    of my place, for a    license   to prosiwt, for   coal
with water right, western ylopb, pnru
Jy improved, fur sale.   Must he seen
to ho    appreciated, $35.00 per   acre,
1 havo .so acres suuth of nu-, crossing
the valley, stream    running through,
western    slope.       1,000 applo lives
bearing on joining Int.    Small   fruit
on the place, partly cleared,   crop of ing     N.       K
oats   last fall.      Also spuds, beets, Harrv    lliiRhrs!
and petroleum on thc following
described lauds, situated In tbe
distriet of South East Kootcuay,
Province or Hritish Columbia:
Commencing   at   a    post   planted
at or near 3 miles east of C. P. R.
survey line    at 32 mile post; and be-
corner    ot     Mrs.
claim, and   marked
turnips, onions, carrots, corn, loin
toes.     Cabin on the place.     Fenced
$40.00 per acre.    Cash   onlv        am
will only be   sold to actual settlers
No speculators (save time) need    ap
ply.     1 give no options and cash   is to place of commencement,
the only (lung that wiil do husiness.'   Located   this   24th   day of March
spent twenty   thousand dollars lACS.
Mrs. Harry Hughes' N. E. corner,
thence running 80 chains wrst,
thence running KU chains soutb,
theme running NO cbains cast,
thence    running   80  chains    north,
for a license to prospect ft.r eoal
aud petroleum ou the following
described lauds, situated in the
district ot South Kast Kooten.n,
Province of British Columbia:
Commt'iieing at .1 post planted
at or neat 3 miles east ol C. I', ft,
survey line       at sii        mile
port, and '      being       \.      \V.
corner of Krrd Bridget's chum, an.l
marked l-'retl Bridget's N.W. corner,
theme ruuiting -o chains easi,
tbenee runntng 80 chains south,
thenre running su chains west.
thence running till chains not it..
to plaer ol commencement.
Located this 34th dav of Mareh
IMS.
Fn-d Bridget, Locator,
Baptise Lamoreux, Agent,
Ji.h 11 Livingston, Witness.
NOTICE NO. ii
Notice is herehy given that '..0
tt*\s mter dale 1 intend to apply
Ui     tin-     Honorable    chief    Com-
WlBKiancc of Lands and Works
for 11 license to prnspeci fur coal
and petroleum on the following
desciihtd lauds, situated in the
district i.f South Kast Kootenay,
Province 1.1 British Columbia
('umintnt'ing at- a posl
a| 01 nor .'< loiU", i.o-t 1.1 1
survey line at 34 mile post,
Iieing S. K. enter   of Toil
line al  31  mile post, and he- 1908,
1
V  K. corner   of David Landers
marked       Dau 1
K.       corner,
Wi chains wesi
SO chains south.
sti chains east
11   chains     north
••I commencement,
1   ibis  -nil   dav 1.1 March
Landei
thence
thence
tl.t-nie
thence
to plac
Local
I mis.
and
N
running
running
running
running
Pav.
J..h
Landen
Living?
Li
eat 01,
Agent.
NOTICK NO. fl
Notice    is    herehy    given   thai 3u
davs   after date    I Intend    to   appl)
t«.     tin-     Honorable    chief    Commissioner    nf   Lands    and      Works Miles'
f<-1 .1    license   in  prospect f..r   coal Wiles'
and    petroleum     on    the    following theme
described    lands,     situated    in    thc thence
district   o.   South   K.isi Kootenay,'Uience
Province i.f British Columbia: thence
Commencing   at   a    post   planted to place <>( commencemc
u .: mil.-, east ni   C P. It I   Located th
11 mile post, .m.i be 1808.
Mrs   Vim.  Livingston,  Locator,
Jidin LiWngston, M-nt.
NOTICK NO. U
Notice is hert'iiv given thai 30
days after dale l Intend t<< appl)
t» the Honorable chief Commissioner of Utnds and Wori>s
fnr ,i_ license -I',. prospect for i-ual
mihI petroleum on the (allowing
deserllied lands, situated in the
dis trill t.f South East Kootenav,
Province of British Columbia:
Coramencing   at   a    post   planled
•ii nr near 4 miles- ensl of   ''• P. II.
snrtet   line at 33 mile post,  I.*"  I"d»3
and   being   N.     VI. cornei ol .lam**>
claim,    and    marked     .lames
N. W. enrner,
runiiing    mi    chains    east,
Mi chains     south,
chains    west,
missioner     of     Lands   and    Works
for .1 license   t». jirospect    f..r   coall    u *
"* *** • -i>r,i ^h#&*s -v ,s
.ni.tiui   in    thv U0   ftw     Honorable     Chiel
i-.isi   hooienay,
*i«ce   i-i   British
descnlici    lands',
ilivli .-;   ,.f       Snulli
NOTICE
Lautls
t :'0
apply
l t.m-
Works
at
Id
N   1:.
n pi..
Dad
rnnnim-;
running
running
kii   cha
n v u comer nf Charles McUu
.■alls claim, ,md marked Charles
tleDugnll ■■.        N,      w.       comer,
atn
James Miles, Loco
John |,n uii;st«tii, Agent.
uner of
UeLeod s claim, iliencc smith
mi 1 . .ii -, ilu-i.ee west 80 chains,
l.. de-1 IM I:. Bnitinlan lin.- Ut
tweeii Itlnck 1593 and Hlock 4598,
ih,;,t-' north 80 chains, along VMM.
i) Im.-. thenco easi mi   ehains
■■• ■■: beginning'.
1 April 4, 1WJ>.
DonaJil McLeod, Localm
A. Hackett, Ayent.
NOTICK
is    herehy    gjven    th.it    ifti
date   1   inlend   to *p|ily
Honorable     Chief      Com-
ol     Lands   and    Works
to prospect    inr   coal
in     mi   the    lollowing
mis,-   situated    in   tbe
Notice
days after
north, tn   the
inis.i,iil(-r
«arch, fm a licens
and    in iml.
described
P.
stuns claim,
lagsrton'.s S
thence iuiuiine.
thenct' running
thence runuing
theticn    limning
i;
and
Living.
marked Tom Liv
K.        corner,
Mi ehains west.
Ml chains north,
SU chains east,
8ti chains     soulh.
Hi.'i.1
Ihence
thence
thei ce
, tn  pl.T
Lncn
I nih
running
running
itmning
running
sn chains
mi    chains
mi  chaln-<i
chains
o| t'onimeiicemcnt.
f   lliis   31Ul    day
South,;
east, j   (j0
north, days
west    lo
I Maieh
to place of commencement.
Located this 24lh d..y of Maieh
1S1I8
Tom Llviugst.in, Locator,
John Livingston, Agent.
NOTICE NO. 7
Notice is herehy given that 30
ditya after date I intend to apply
to the Honorable Chief Commissioner tif Lands and Works
for a license to prospect lor coal
and petroleum ou the lollowlng
described lauds, situated in tht'
district of South Kast, Koolenuy,
Province of British Columbia:
Commencing at a post phi 111 ed
;it or near ;t miles east of C. P. lt.
iiii
the
NOTICK Mi. 1-1
lec    is    herehy    ^iven   Hut 30
aftei date   i Intend   to   appl)
ihe     Honorable    Chlel    Com-
I missioner     of   Lands    and      Works
fof a  license   to   prospect     for eoal
. and    pet roletim     1 m    t he    following
'desctilieil     lands,     situated    in    the
district     of    South     Kast   K onl en..-.
w ti "1"" "■ 'Province of Britisli ColiimbiA!
Mon j-.   \o. in 1   Commencing   at   n    posl   planted
Is herelit given that 3o ai or near 4 miles easi of C. p. |{.
1 dale I Intend to apply Mute) line at Mi mile post, Lnl -Iail
llonurahlo    Chief    Com- nud heing   S. W. corner of ll.     Mc
'h.nles  Mcliimall.   Local
Jnhn Livingston, Agent.
district
nil      111.-,
CnlumMa
Com ine
the  s.i'Hl
wt*\ ,'
chains ..I.
thence ca
heginning
li.tti
S.i uth
ill.  Pn.
ast
Kootenay
nf   Hritish
!'■
missioner     ol    Lands    and      Wurks 1 Vay's
foi a    license   to  prospect ft.r  coaljVays
! -md    pet roi 1     i.n    1 he   fuliowing Iheuco
described    lands,     situated    in    the theuce
district   of   South   Kast Kootenay, I thence
[Province of Briiish Columbia: \thence
('ommencing   at    a    post
at or near 2 miles east nf
claim,  and
W.
in-Net
su
survey
Ing S.
claim,
line at 34 mite pnst, and he-
W. corner ol Margaret  Mile
nl 3f> mile post, and tie-
flier of   Mary Howlers
marked      Mary
K.        corner,
80    eliains   west.
80 chains     snulli,
Ml    chains    east,
80   chains    north,
March.
They
on this mines here lasl siiminc
they are n sure tiling and Ihis     i.iiiill
will double in price in two years,   or
J will return    purchase price uud  m|
pei cent. Interest if purchaser is    not
satisfied in two vears from   time   nf
purchase.
Fred Ron,
!'f Elko, B
Mrs. Harry Hughes, Locator,
Baptise Lamoreiiv, Agent,
•lohn Livingston, Witness.
NOTICE NO. 5
Notice is herehy given ttiat SO
days after date 1 inl etui tn apply
to the Honorable Chief Commissioner    of   Lands    and      Works
and marked Mar
garet- Mites'      S.     W.     corner, j
thence running 80 chains north,
thence running 80 chains enst.|
thence running 811 chuius south, j
thence running 80 chains west,'
to place of commencement.
Located  this  24th   dav of March,
1808.
Margaret Miles, Locator,
John Livingston, Agent.
NOTICE NO. 8
is   hereby   given
Notice is hereby given thai 30
days after date 1 intend to appl
to the Honorable Chief Com-,'
inisslpner of I ,a nils ami Wi irk s;
for'a license tti prospeci for coal
and petroleum on the following'
described lands, situated in the
district of South East Kootenay,
Province of British Columbia:
Commencing   at   a    posl   planled
al^or near ;; miles easi nl   C. I'. IT,
survey line
Ing V E.
claim. nnd
Howler's N,
(hence    running
thence    running
thence     running
Ihence     running
to place of commencement
Located this   U'Mli   dav of
11108.
Mary  Howler,   Locator,
John Livingston, Agent.
NOTICE NO. II
Notice is herehy given that 3<
days after date 1 'intend to applv
to the Honorable Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for a license to prospect for coal
and petroleum on the following
described lands, situated in tbe
district of South Kast Kootena;
Province nf British Columbia!
Commencing nt.n post nlitt'
i.l or near 2 miles east of C. P. H.
survey line at ;t"i mile post, Lot 4503
.un! being N. W, corner of Mrs. Sam
Livingston's claim, ami marked Mrs.
Sam Livingston's N. \V. corner,
thence running 80 chains east,
thence running 80 chains south,
thence running 80 chains west,
thence running 8(1 cliains north,
to place nf commencement.
Located this   25th   day of   March,
running
running
running
running
planted to place ol commencement
P. K.     Located this   23th   day of   March,
I).    Me
corner,
chains     north,
80    chains    east,
80 chains    south,
80    chains   west.
the
11108.
I). McVay, Locator,
Jnhn Livingston, Agent.
NOTICE
3-fit
Notice is hereby gi.een that 30
days after dale I intend to aptly
to the Honorable Chief Commissioner nf Lauds and Works
for n license to prospect for coal
and   petroleum     on   thc    following
described     lands,      situated    in      the
dislriel of South Eust Kootenai,
in Block ir»»3, Province of Britisli
Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted
on thc N. W. corner of A. B. Kail-
top's claim, thence south 80 chains
to license claim No. 7750, thence cast
80 chaius along the survey line of
said claim No. 7750, thence norlb mi
ehains along tho surveyed line nf
claim license number KiUl and part nf
license number 1082, tlience west m>
chains to place of beginning, containing 010 acres, more or less.
Haled April 4, 1008.
A. 11. Hailtnn, Locator,
A. llaeket, Agent.
"St planted on
corner ol J. c. il^.s
mih su chains, thence
ns.    thence soutb    00
P. It. boundary line,
chains  in place        ol
I -tpnl 4, 1008.
.1. C. Haas, Locator,
A. Hackett, Agent,
NOTICK
e is hereby given tb.it no
ffer date I inlend to apply
Honorable Chief Com
mer of Lands nnd Works
license to prospect for coal
petroleum tin the lollowing
described lands. situated in the
distnci j. 1' Smith East Kootenay,
jn lilock 1503, Province ol Hritish
Columbia:
('ommencing at fl pnst planted at
the south,west corner of L. K.
Armstrong's claim, thence north 81
chains, ihenee easi mi chains,
in a surveyed claim, license numbrr
iHi.l, iheme south su chnins, along
ihe line ..f license numbers itisi ami
lliil2, and thence Ml chains west to
pl.u-e ol heginning.
Paled   April   4,   1008.
L, K. Armstrong, Locat*
A. Hnckett, Agent.
mis 1
for 11
and
missioner    .
for a license   to prospect    for .coal
tnd   petroleum     on    the    It LWwmg
described   lands.     situated   in'  (be
district of     Soutll   East    Kuotenay,
an   Block 459.1, Province   ol   British
Columbia:
Commencing at a post planteil    at
the S.   W.   corner of J. 11.  i.l lev's
claim,  thenre north 80 chains
said c. P. It. boundary line,
cast 80    chains,    the:., e   ■
chains, thence   west 8" chaini
place of beginning.
Dated April 4, 1908.
J. II. Tisley, Locator,
A. Hackett, Agent.
4uug
t hence
3-M
NOTICK
Notice is hereby given ih:.t 30
davs after date I Intend tn ..pi-lv
to the Honorable Chief Cmn-
mlssioncr of Lands and Works
for a license to prospect fnr coal
■lihI petroleum on the f. ll-.wiiw
descrihed lands, situated in tht*
district of South East Kootenay,
on Block J603, Province -of British
Columbia: ■'. ■ -
Commencing nt a post planted   on   1-rvLJIVJ
the north-west corner of C. R. Fras-1 J \J Tl Iw
claim, theuce   south 80 chains,; BOOT
c"*-,'p-.-;-''s*'>
synopsis of canadian homestead regulation!
• Ani available D01—on Lauds
Within tbt Rallwaj Belt tn ..,.■.
Columbia, may he humesteadwt^ i>t
an] pcisui* Ht-fl. li the sub id tl ..
f.tuiil), ur *ii) male uiu Is years •■:
age, iu tie eitent of one-quai
tion <>i Uu acres, more 01 less
i'.'nti) must be madcpersuoall] ..t
He' local land office foi tiie district
In which lU laud is situnte UnU)
li) pioiy may. however, :i- 1 ade oii
1 oondtttons by me t^tner,
mother, .wt, daughter, broker or
ilstct ot au Intending hoateste..,lor*,
i l.e homesteader i^ requited u» perform the conditions connected (herewith undei one ol the following plans
(l) At least six months' 1 evidence
upon and cultivation of the land iu
each vear for three years.
(2). If thc father tm mother,
if the father is deccasodj, ol thu
homesteader residi s upon a farm in
the vicinity ot tho land entered for,
the requirements as to residence m.ij
he satisfied by such person residing
with the father or.mother.
,"ij. If tbe settler has his per-
nent resideuce upon farming land
owned by btra in the vicinity ol his
homestead, the requiremeuts as u>
restdeuce may be satist.ed by r-^'ui
ence upon the said land,
Six months' notice tn 'writing
should be given to the Commission! 1
of Dominion Lat»ds at Ottawa ol iu-
tention to apply tor patent.
I COAL—Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period ol iwcniy-vi.e
years at dn aomia' rental ol $1 pci
acre. Not more than 8,570 acres
shall be leased to one Individual or
company- A royalty at thc rate oi
Ove cents per ton shall be collected on
tlie iiieiebaotable coat mined.
ff. W. CORY,
Deputy of tfce Minister of Hie Interior
3-ant
NOTICE
Nolice   is   herehy   given    ill.I
davs  after date   I Inlend   to   apply
to -the     Honorable     Chief      Com*
along said C. P. U. houndary line,,
Ihenee east 80 cliains, to license So. i
1042, thence north 80 chains, thence I
wesi Mi chains to place of beginning. I
Dated April 4, 2008.
ft. K. Kraser, Locator, '
A. llaekete, Agent.
W.   WOLF
SHOE  AND
HARNESS   MAKER
Old Shoe,  Made  N.»
All K'in.i- ol Repaiiii g
1,ive me .. rati
OPFICE    -   ARMSTRONG A\H.
OPENING RACE MEET
Of the Western Canada Turf Association at
CRANBROOK,   B.
C.
May 18 and 19, 1908
MAY   18
2.I7 Pace and 2.I2 Trot,,
2.30 Pace and 2.25 Trot,
One Mile Dash, Open
3-4 Mile Dash, Open.
5=8 Mile Dash, Open.
Race for Local Horses,
PROGRAMME
Purse $350 Free-for-AII,
Purse   250 II-I6 Mile Dash, Open   .
Purse   200 7=8 Mile Dash, Open
Purse   200 5 1-2 Furlong Dash, Open
Purse    150 One Mile Novelty, $50 at each quarter
Purse    25 Race for Local Horses  .
MAY   19
urse $400
Purse 250
Purse 200
Purse 150
Purse 200
Purse    25
IIIIIIHIIIMM
ARRANGEMENTS HAVE REEN MADE WITH THE G. P. R. FOR REDUCED RATES TROM Alt POINTS
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V. A. ROLLINS, PRESIDENT
THOS. M. ROBERTS, SECRETARY
JAMES RYAN, MANAGING DIRECTOR
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QUESTIONS j
ASKED AND ANSWERED
Taught by !>»->' eipsiiKiu
in iiiiii. shares, will aa v
nl?
ie -lift*-*..! business man. when Halted to inveit
What have you i
Whew i> ii •
What Imrtv nf ooal nr nre is there ■
VVhi.i i» ll.e quality of .lie eoal or ore -
How lar it ii for transportation 1
What ilevelopnnmt work is.Imn* -
Whs. nre ynur iniuintf fni'llilies i
What* tort orunriiratimi hate you '
How ali.ni. youi capitalization *
Who ore your directors ?
What kiwi ot management have you ?
Who. it ynur future v
These aro queatiotis we like to uiuwer about NICOLA VALIiEV COAii
,fc COKE COMPANY thick.
Let us stttswer each one in turn
We-have eoal ami an abundance of it. estimated ot* on» luiuilred
million fins.
It it in the Nicola Valley. L'18 miles from Vancouver.
Wo liave partly developed twn seams of shipping conl; No. I, 1R fee.
.hick : and No. '•-'. "i feet thi.-k. No. I hns been proved l.l.Vi toot one way
and 900 leet another, by tunnels. No. i has lieen proved 1,1100 feet liy iniiuels,
H*.tli seaum have li-mi proVBii to practically underlay 2.700 m-res, Ttiert la
coal enough ii, .ighi now to repay the Company's capitalization twicaovtr,
The quality of both seams is the lil«lnsl for ttenm, domestic and cokinR
pUl'JK.tMtS
We have railway transportation riKlit from the tunnel mouths, direct to
the ..'nas. and  Interior points.
Tlie fallowing, development work It done at this dale :•—
So. 1 mine, main tunnel with counter tunnel 1,150 feet, air slope
'jtiO teet, seven chutes, tipple and automatic tcalf*, bnnkert. and all
appurteuauies ;
No. 2 team. 1,890 feet of tiiunel with counter tunnel, 21 cbutet,
tipple with automatic tcalet. hunkers, blacktmith shop. etc.
Railway siding to both tipples owned by the Company, connecting with (lie Nicola branch of the C, P. II.
A town midway between the tipples, less lhan u .|iiurler of a
mile from either, consisting of offices, working men'-, hornet, bunk
houses,, wash  homes, conk houses, dining rooms, stores, barber shop.
walerworks. etc . etc.
Our milling fai-ililies nre unique : no hub.tin, no pumpli.K. no epen-i.e
shaiitof   coal luuuels enter a tide hill; cud conies oul on uu easy grade.
mines are sell draining*   in this particular alone  lhe savings will equal a
■iumll dividend on the company's capitaliwition.
Tlie milieu an, developed to-day lo n production of Jl 10 Ions per dny
and in n few  uionilis this will  lie doubled,
Our organization is almple, straightforward and * business-like. Onr
capitalization is very low wh,.*u lhe value of lhe mine is considered, yet
ample lor all finaatlal requirements. The tlnck has not been watered
to enrich prnmoters. It hat uli been told at par. lt lias been pronounced
the most eontervative and Iiusiuest like milling proposition eve.* offered in
this Province.
Tho llirectnrt are all well known Vancouver hntiiiess men. They are
■■s follows: •
Mr. .lohn Hendry. Pretlde.il : Mr W. II. Armstrong, Vice-President and
..Miinagiug Olreelor . Messrs. ti. P. McLennan, F, IS. Stewart, L. H.
. MacKeohnie. M.D.. H. I». Wright and Oeo.  E. Trorey, Direotori.
The very licit nuiniigeuieni and engineering skill are in charge, The
results nf last year's work amply prove this.
The future ii certain and will undoubtedly be of n most satisfactory
nature to all our shareholders.
(Inly it few hundred shures are lefl at par value, tlm. per share.
Ik, you uo. .Iiiiii .ui opportunity for making nu i lives! men I iu such a
proposition should U< considered. W.> don'l nak you tn buy nl n few cents
on the dollar on the prospect of some chimerical rise We a-k you to
tiiveslitate il only as a substantial, permanent dividend-paying business
proposition.
Iloii't you think il is worlh wliile '
further information cheeifully afforded.
S.  J. CASTLEMAN
Financial  Agent
Imperial Block, Vancouver, B.C.
un* i.fiini..*-..
«',f."-n    was
mn.lt- if nn.* n1
III   llll*  lilslnn
OF INTEREST TO FARMERS
An announcement that will, in all
probability linv,* lar-reaching clteots
in and garden practice In llie
ut.,i luture is iiin.li- liv Uu- English
tlciiiiiiim-iil "I trade nml coiumoice.
Professor Bottouiloy, ol Kinis'B col-
lenc London, lus succeeding in ox-
tfii.liui;, li. Inoculation, Uio power
.sorting atmiosplioric nllrugen,
imi,** n in plain-, oilier lhan
Although somo    such
expected,   llu*   .oil .111,0
I,isl class Importatice
ol the application ot
■jcii'iiee in iigriculturo 'llu* exhaustive soil liivosllgntions which have
lie™ carried   ..... lor   su mnny years
liy iln- I'mii-il Slntos deparl il    ot
aiilcultuic—investign is which luok
when Iho iiimiiuiis ol
bacteria .-..nn- i" Iw hcUor nuilor-
stuoil—Icuvo liiil.' il.mhi thnt nature
is   .ihi.*    anil   does Us    atmospheric
lllVOgCll   ill   llll    SUll   III    Ullll'l        II11M11S
tli.ui thai ,.i lli.   loglitnlnosac,      Imt
whether Uus power v\..s through so
liniiiiuiis ui other plants \i.is a prob*
but      Protestor Hotlomley Ims   sn
tfiilnl   in   inoculating lomntocs, cer-
-...i-   enhlingos. slrnwliorrles nml rose
NOTES OF NOTED MEN
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
Today is the anniversary ol the
birth aud the death also'ol William
Shakespeare, lie was born in 15B1
ami died in 1816. His lather, ■ k-t.n
Shapospeate, was a well t<
tradosman ol Stratford-ou-Avou, In
Warwickshire, whrre tbe future dramatist .tiid pnei was born. Tbe
natne appears in various forms, suon
as Shapspeatt, Shakespeare, .*taKs*
pero, Shakspur, shaRspui, Saxpetn
ami Chaksper and was spoiled differently by himsell un various occasions. In liis nineteenth year lie
married Anne Hathaway, a -daufttilvr
ot a yeoman of the neighboring hamlet ni Shottery. lie went to Lon-
it.n about lOSii, where he gunuM an
honorable posilion as an actor, play-
writer aud shareholder tu the theatre
ut Iilaclffriars und afterwards in the
Globe theatre. He Iiui the patron-
ago nl l-lueen Kh/aM-h and kini;
.liiiiu-s tbe (Ifflt and enjoyed a reputation   Ior his generosity uud hauesty
New and L)p<l0'l)atc
Dressmaking
Parlors
er the   I^W   In
Co/a Offlei
MRS. KOI 11 IT & MISS (MM
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| Presbyterian Church i
STATED SERVICES
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nlil, iln* root noilulcs which collect
ami in Um atmospheric nitrogen.
further, ho has succceilcil In ilotng
ti.is in iln* Held ns woll ns Hi.- labor-
jtnry, am. in each case with benell-
cinl cultural n-sulis. lie lias do-
monstrateil ihnl olhci cultivated
plants tlmn llu* logllllics laml the
[uur trees on whose tools these
noilulcs arc said to havo hoen .nice or
twice l.uiiiil) have, or can he nia.li- lo
have tlie power ol lining nitrogen
Iniiii the nir tor the future im.il "1
plants. This cannot hut put a fm
llicr important powot In tho Imnds nt
both farmers nnd gardeners, alilioiigh
it may as yel ho too early to s-i)-
txactly how' it will in- ultimately applied commercially and prnctlcally. In
-nv ensr. 11118 opens wilh a very
notable uud welcome advance la
agrioulttiral science.
Thomas Wilson, ul Vancouver,
Dominion Inspeotoi ot Iruit trees,
gponklng recently ol tho rapid growth
nl fruil no.win*; iu tho province, said*
It is safe lo estimate thai consider
-.Iil. uver a million lives will he
planled ill various sections ul llritisli
Columbia this spring, During March.
our busiest month, 1 inspected a tolnt
uf over liOO.Onn, and tins inoiith Hie
tgiu-es will not show any big rcduc-
tions. This unlv reins to Impurtcil
liws. The lavorite varlelios aro
apples, pears, peaches, plums ami
prunes. Ot these apples and peaches
constitute lhe largcsi number, The
Ires nro principal!-,' secured from
Oregon, although Iowa and Washington malte manv shipments to British
Columbia.    Tliis, of course, is cxclu-
u- ol the supply turiiishcd by nur-
ruiiin uu the const and up-country.
Tin* demand for fruit lines iu recent
years bus been su nisi Unit       tlioy
I Id not Iiii all orders, despite   the
leasing acreage yearly laid mil '"
nurseries,
Fruil growers aro also oliligc.l In
import strawberry and raspberry
plants from the United States. Already Ibis season several hundred
thousand ut both varieties have been
Ijn.pii'i.*.! here. llu Oregon nurserymen are enterprising. Kvery tall
tli.*> Innc even iiuil growing section canvassed by ngeuls, and the
oi-dcis arc executed iu the lollowlng
llu- following occurs: "Shakespeare,
l.rnyton nnd (len .lonsiin bad a uiciiy
meeting, and. it seems, drank hard,
l.n* Shakespeare died ot a .ever then
cuiitini'lcl." '"Venus and Adonis'
and Hie -Itape ol l.ucrree," were
published in 161.3 and 1691 and weir
the only works that
appeared under his name during his lifetime. .'In- worns ol
Sluikes|ii-aie have become, to a large
number ot tlu- inhabitants ot the
woi id, Olio of the necessities ol life.
Nu other hooks contain no much
trulh, Wisdom and beauty. Ureal
ll men, he is greatest to the
great, llie homage of iln- highest Intellects .... tbe world is silently oa m
flui|iieui speech yielded to liim. Hen
•loiisun. Alilton, Drytten, l'ope and
later Coleridge, lieQiihicey, .'arlyle
and Emorson havo lead the chorus ol
his praise.
To   the  People
ul iHniiii..nl. ninl Validly
Wl ay need  simp Work, il
I.now llinl
A Shop hits licet opened up
...t Cranlirook Slivel
uli.ii. ui.li.i- lu, I'. h'.Vnili ...
Small .lulu llionipliiuil lb.. I'ii,
Will  I ll | l'l llllltlliul
I ton iiiiii |.i i*i*. I iu Ink..' * ait. ul
all wink   in no  line. ...-I*.	
nnvlliliiK in iiu* »,ii ..i
Sum
ay niurnlng sorvloo at 11
Vlia*k
Sun
ay evening sen lee nt
.3(1 o'olock
ay School and Dlhlo
'lass at :i o'olock
i'ii-
byterlnii Oiilhl, Tuesday,
il « o'clock
ltiiil.lii.Ks, Plans,
lllue I'tiiils
DAN1EI, DEPOE
Nexl Sunday is the anniversary oi
llu- denili ol Daniel Defoe, the Kng-
tisb wiiier. llr was born iu London in 1685 aud joined the insurrection uf the Duke oi Mnnuioulh, but
bad the good fortune to escape. He
then nuulo several unsuccessful at
tempts at business and at last turned bis attention to literature. In
1701 he published a satire in verse,
"The True Horn Englishman" in
favor of William |i|. For being «
whig and a dissenter he was imprisoned at Nrwgatt. In 1SW
Was published his masterpiece being "The1 Life and
masterpiece being "The Life and
Surprising Adventures of Itobinson
Crusoe," tbe favorable reception ot
which was universal. Later he
wrote "Moll plunders, "Li.ptaiti
Biuglcton," "Uoiaua" and "mc
Journal of tbe Plague" which is said
lo be the best account of the plague
of London ever written. He died
in London iu 1731. Daniel Defoe is
a favorite with th* boys ot all generations and "ttobinsoi'i Yrusoc"
will be read a hundred years hpnee,
us it was a hundred years ago and'is
...dar.
IMiiuai,-. eheeifulli given mi nil
flumes ul i*i.ii*i1iiii*ii..ii
W,,1,1,1    lie   |.|.fi-.*.l   lo luui. uu
uji-miiniilly iu 1.1.1 .....no mull,
W'llClltCI  il  Im M-I'li.- lill.k-.l ',.-*
Pool., I tonnes or Heavy Fn -.-.
.1.   F.    IIUCIICKOPI'
t'uiilt.ifli.i iiii.I I'.i.il.lfr
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1        PKOI l-SSIONAI. CAKIIS
»*m*mame*aame*a*eamWmm
OTTAWA.
Mill lib, ill  Flsbnr,
iienlary,     .i,-paitiueiital    stJ
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;| EGO SITTINGS P0K SAl.P. *
i i nine    Karieil    I'll nh    I I: i
I     KW«,|.oreelllllgoll:l       tl.tull
' [ I'or Inn.
, , Main Ill IVI-'ni
I   pill* 111
nod llaolv Sn
, Ji.iiu   pei   liiiinl
** lln.ii-aii.l.    Appl
♦
i.l. Fugs, ♦
tU.0,1 ♦
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I;    f.liil    | .*.   ♦
MRS. W. F. DORAN, ♦
Hilvm Ciel-k lluiii-h J
CIIANIlllOlii;,     - 11. r. ♦
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Practice Ili-loro Hallway t'ommtsslot
Charles Minplif. .Uinlil Fi'.ui.
I'lllill IM*   I..II..H-  No* HII
KNIGHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Ciiiiilirook, II. C.
Moots e.eiy Tuesday tl » p. ni   »i
New   Flalellllty   Hall.
,i ii. Honilorsoa, K. ot ii. ,v h.
VI.  A.  Itollias, C. C.
Visiting  kielhrsa  cordially tav.le*
lo .10 ud.
I..I.I1.P.     *ty CH. LM|»
No. 41. Meets tvtrf
at -wur-*^ llonday    alghl    a.
New    Fraternity   Hall.     Sojourning Oddfellows cordially Invited.
!■'.  pi. Hai  Win. Hauls,
N. O. Sto'J.
Lmbnuik ..ot|«. Na. i,
K. t. 4 A. M.
ST. ..EOllCil*:
Today is St. George's day,
in,, ,.„„a»o... .., y-"-i ■•■•• --- Today is St. ueorges day, ine
orders are executed hi the -oUowlng ■* um 0, Myi{ a<i pa1_
iprmg. The distribution ol the tim ro„ sai.il of England and strangely
anil plants onibrnccs iieatlj n ry i.s- el|0llgv o( Uussia also. Wueralc.
trict south ..I the i. P. U., ii-.m llu , *lh t..islern .10d wcster„ bulli.|„_
ftoekics to the coasl niid the dunlin-1, ^ cbvistian ,.!mrti_ niS nistoiy ,s
ion railway bell itself.    There   were
big shipments this seaBon to thc Ar-|
r»»- Lake country, Nelson, iln* Huiind-
»ry and the Okanagan.     'Ihn-c      or
tour years lu-ncc, according tu       f™|siiSi-rj'to'that'to' was'born       ot
licahty. these   tiers   wil be liearing noWo christttn   paren.s in c*|
]extremely obscure, the extant
'counts contain very much less history lliau legend. The story in lhe
'-Acta Sanctorum" ("Deeds ot the
and supply fruit to llu* home market
and lbe people ol the new provinces.
i don't thin!- Iruit growing can be
overdone, for lhe growth of population will maintain a good demand lor
many years nt pruhtablo prices, and
even a substantial reduction      would
slill leave, a handsome rctui i   iiu-
money- invested."
The annual report of .1. A. Rud-
nlck, li..minion Hairy and fold Storage Commissioner, lias jus! come to
hand in a volume of 17*1 pages,
11 deals willi the work of four important divisions of ilie department
of agriculture, namely, dairying,
fruit, extension uf markets ami cold
storage, is well Illustrated with half
tones, and contains maps showing
the various fruil growing disirieis ot
the Dominion.
In the Section devoted to dairying,
llie commissioner reviews lhe dairy
tnilusliy ami gives sume interesting
figures bearing on llie trade. A large
amount nf space is devoted to a
complete report of the Cow Testing
tssocinlions. A review of the apple industry oi Canada by* Mr. McNeill is a feature ol the section devoted lo Fruit, and thc working ot
the Fruit Murks Ail is dealt with
nl some length.
The methods which nre employed .
improve the   handling  ol   perishable
products receive considerable    attention, and the report shows wbal.    is
being dune along this line.
t'nder lhe head ui cold storage lhe
various services are descriheil and
some general inlornintloti on Iho subject is also given.
Tliere has been prepared along willi
tliis repnii, but published separately,
a map showing .he approximate location ot all Hie cheese factories and
creameries in Cnnndn. 'ihe report
makes interesting .uul Instructive
reading fot* any person eonneeled
with lhe Industries touched upun.
Copies may be secured liy npplii'illon
to lbe Daliy ami Cold Slorago i om-
missionei, Ottawa.
BAUiBALI.
Cappado
The baseball season w
s opened "n
Friday     lasl.   ul    lbe
race     1 ruck
grounds wilh two games
.    'llie lirst
game wits between thc I
I'll,   team
against tho Town team.
'1 Ins was n
cry attractive game and played wiib
much vigor. In tin- Insl innings
bul one, lhe teams were nt a tie,
t to 8, but in tbe Inst innings the
I'.P.lt. won wilh a scute nl :l to S.
The second game was between the
C.l-.lt. team and the Independent
team. This gnino wns very listless,
owing, in a great measure, to the
rain, which very much Interferrcd
with botll-games. The score in the
second game was IK lo 1 in lavor ol
li,e CP.R,
He became a distinguished sol
dicr, and, alter testifying to bis
faith before Diocletian, was tortured
ami put lo death a| Nicpme.Ua
April 113rd, A.JJ. J03.
— •»	
TIIK ONLY  SAFE WAV
Don't sleep on your left side, for
it causes too great a pressure on thr
heart.
Don't sleep on your   right side, for
ii, inlerferes with the respiration
thqt lung.
Don'l sleep on your stomach, foi
that interferes with tht respiration of
both lungs and mates breathing
difficult.
Don't sleep on your back tor this
method ot getting rest Is bad lot Hie
nervous system.
Don't- sleep sitting in a chair,
for your body falls Into an unnatural
position and you cannot get tbe
necessary relaxation.
lion't sleep standing up, tor you
lunv topple over ami break vour
skull,
Don't sleep.—Puck
SERVED THEM RIGHT
At lievclstoke one day last week
the provincial constable, Kingston,
arrested three Japs for shoo.lag
robins. Police .Magistrate Pinkham
lined Iwo of the prisoners tin and
costs and tfi and costs respee. ively
HOHSKS AND CATTLE FOIt PAS-
TURK
I wilt take, horses and cattle for
pasture at ll.-in a month, on Parrot
ranch. Oood water and good
teiiees. 5-_.
K. Corbel I.
1.1QI OH LICENSE ACT
Nolice is hereby given that one
month afler dale I intend lo apply
to the Siipfiiulendent of Provincial
Police lor a renewal of my hotel
license lo sell intoxicating liquid
undei lbe provisions id the Slattili-s
In that behalf, lu the premises
known and described as the
Central Hotel, situated at Wardner, 11. ('., to commence on lhe 1st
linv oi July, 1608.
John McDermid.
Wardner, April 26, .SU8.        5-tt
I.IQl'OR LICENSE ACT
Notice Is hereby given ihat one
month after date 1 intend to apply
lo the Superintendent of Provincial
Police (or a renewal of ray hotel
license lo sell Intoxicating liquors
under the provisions of t-he Statutes
in that behalf, in th* premises
known and described as the
I'nion Hotel, situated at Wardner, It. C, to commence on the 1st
day ol July, 1S08.
James Brown.
Wardner, April 20, lsua. Mt
,1.   W.   i.'l  I I r.i.ni:
VETFRINAKV SI KdliliN
i'lnitliiiiie .ii i inttitiu \ eteiiuai y
Colleen, I i.i... ii. law
i.ii.luilli*      uml      Meilnlliel     fi
Mi-Killlp'i.   \ iiiff    i..IV..*.
Oltiellgo, in limn.
Ni,„.     ,,.,,*'     expeiieme     in
Veleiinnry* |.n .*t .*.* in Mioiili l*.i
liiliir .it Crsntiri.uk lintel.
Regular mntltft ot
lbs third n»rH.«
of ,«ry mot it.
Visiting Mr.l. tn welcomed.
,S.   II    llusl.ilis, W. t|.
I',, w. Connolly, secretary.
Till"
ISLAND HOTEL
Wnldo, I. C-.
T.iT'l. ST. JoilN. I'mi-lii-lo
Sutiili nasi Kooliiiiiiy i
Su ■ Ileum
III NTIN'li   .NU FlSIIINIi
.In.l llu, plane l,. spi-nil a ifi
ilnys' vurillii.il
Rur slocked with tin* l*.**t
Comfortable llu.	
I MA
MACHINERY
FOR SALE
Four    INOERSOLL   - SERC.EAN
Class "A" Straight Line Aii Compressors.     Air    cylinders 2fi|   in*
by 311 in.     ln good working condition.     Available about July, Cms
One VULCAN, four-wheel, Saddle
tank,   steam       locomotive,    I- in
Jauge.     Cylinders ll'1. in. x* Hi in.
luill   1003.     Imine.lii lollvory.
One CANADIAN, loiu-whcel. SuiUlo
tank, steam locomotive, 12 in.
gauge. Cylinders 10 in. x 11 in.
Ilttllt,  1602.      immcdiali*. delivery.
line PORTER, l.uir wheel, Saddle
tank, steam locomotive. Slnndtiid
gauge 2 in. x .', in.    Cylinders 7 tu.
I  lli    ill. I'lllTllllMfl,   linn. Im
mediate delivery.
lmi In
.hi
nbi
Four    JEFFREY,
locomotives,     :tti    in.     ant
volt.     Direct current,     lu
working tinier.     Available
July, Hilts.
l'bree L1DOERWOOR I'.i.liiTliH
HOISTS, 7.1 ll.p. Eqlli|iped will
duplii'iile     .Iflilfl       Mil.    311     ll.p
motors, 22it   mil.     Hired current
available al I May, Hilts.
One AI.HUH'll KLECTIHC l'l Ml'
Pnl'tatile, mounted Cut fii iu. tt.nl.
Capacill' Hill gnlllilis uu 3110 II
llll. Equipped with lu b p. Uul
Inghfliise iiintor. 2211 ml.., I
•iirronf. Piirc|iascil IH117,
nii-diati- delivery.
Cranbrook Aerle 467
FOE
Moot every   Friday     evening »t I
n in , iu Edison Theatre.
Tims. Cole, W. P.
Chas. Smith, Secretary,
Visiting liiilbifii coldlally  latliml.
X
LOYAL ORAN.IE LODOE, NO. |S71
CRANBROOK
Mi-e. al  It. o. 1.   F. Hall and
lib Sal ul day each month.
Visiting biethrca always welcmut
.1. E. Larrigan, W. M.
John Mi1.iiiikIi1.iii, lleo. Sec.
VV. P. tlllKD.
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
CRANHROOK,HRITISH COI.UIilll.
*********»»*»»*»»****»**
i      C. H, DUNBAK
I   Barrister. Solicitor, Notary
J Poblic, Etc.
X   Cranhrook,    -    •    li. C.
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IIRS. KINO k OREEN,   .
Physicians and Surgeon'
linn, at  Heah.euct,  Allnstrou| A,l
OFFICE HOURS :
Fotetii s - - - - 'J IHI .0 HI UU
Aflernoolis - - - '106 to   4.00
Evenings - - - - 7..10 lo   8.80
Sundays - - - - 236 lo   I 3d
I'ltANIIIHUlK  :>     11     11     It     B. C
DR. P E.KING
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS;
6 In 12 a III.
I lo  il p.m.
7 lo   H p.m.
iiiiiii* nnd restilenoo on Armstrong nv.
(.RANHROUI.       -       -      •    B^
DR. P. H. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS;
6 In 1:1 a.m.
I to   li pin.
7 lo   8 p.m.
nun*,. I u llil.l Himk
ITAMHillliK -        •        - It.;
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♦ ClIMMINCS & CUMMINGS J
I'he machinery lislr.l above will all ♦
IHII.   I'MilNIIUS AN..  IIOMINION
...Nil S.'WVt tlWS
!
be ayilalile during piesenl seam n i j      ANU B. t. ...
Ing to being replaced by largi-i -equip* \* ., ..„„_„.,   „      .      ,   „   ,   ,
■"ent.   l| V..J n" ii*'   CraiibriMtk, B.C, -5
Write tor delai,   ****xmi I\ *********************'
prices.  -
CROWS NEST PASS
COAL COMPANY, Ltd.
J, H. TUHNI-V, Purcliatlng Agent
Penile,  U. C.
«-3t
,1
*— WANTED
in iti'i.i' Iiiiiii tiwm-ili'ivlng    ,
A GOOD FARM
[nl sn lc.    Nul {.iinimhii nl.mit lo.-n-
liuii.    I'li-iiw niiv |niL'H mul il*'Hi.rl|i' :
llun, mul t'Misuii fur hi'IUiik-   St ii tt*
wlu-n |.iis-s(>Hsi(iii i-iiii )ii> liad.    Will
■lout With OWlloMoltly, !
h.Uorbjntlilro.Box DM Hucheeler'X. Y.
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