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Array T.
OCT 17 1910
ADVERTISING
(n tbe Herald Pays—Try
Our   Local   Columns
10c. a line
THE CRAIN BROOK HERALD.
JOB PRINTING
We are well  equipped t«
tm n out tl.u boitclasi
IF   YOU   WANT   CRANBROOK   TO   GROW.   PATRONIZE   HOME   ENTERPRISE
VOLUME  l!l
CBANBUOOK.   BRITISH   COLUMHIA,   THPUSDAY, OOTOBEB. IH. 1010
NO. Ill
Great Main Highway
Trunk Road Between Winnipeg:and the Pacifc Coast
steam transportation hy land uml
waler has talien away soino ot the
glory of ihe ureal, highways ol
oilier days. Caravan ronton survive
only in regions which ihe nil I way
has nol  reached The old ll.miaii
toads across Kurope ami (at into
Asia aft*    HOl   sn gOOll as Ihey    were
se\enlceu ni eighteen centuries ago.
Mvon on (liis coiillnonl some great
unli.uml highways have heenme local
roads, where they remain passable.
Hritish Columbia oilers'examples ot
lienor led main travelled mads, which
once wound their |>IctUres(|Uu anil
fearsnme way along tlio fair ol the
mountains toward ihe Interior gsdsi
fields.
History, repealing Itself, Is now
witnessing a restoration ol the ureal
trunk highway. Travel by motor
car has llic charm of the old coach
journey, without its delays and inconveniences. 11 has a s|ieed approaching dial ol the train, without
the restriction of rail routes, the
slavery of schedule, and the necessity of travelling with a crowd. Thc
automobile traveller can go forward
when he likes, stop when he likes,
choose his own route and his own
company. So popular lias the motor
car become that it ,s now a great
influence in restoring the highway
to its former prestige. Owners ol
automobiles are the most energetic
members nf good roads organizations.
There is a growing demand for the
establishment of trunk roads, such as
were found in old countries before
the railway came.
The Pacific coast seems to have
peculiar attractions fnr car tourists.
There is a large north and south
travel, with the prospeel that it
will tie many limes multiplied.
Evidence ol the increased auto
travel in the Pacific States is found
In the fad thai two Pacific railway
companies are ordering one thousand
cars fnr the sole purpose nf transporting automobiles, Proof that llic
public bodies arc alive to Uio importance of this traffic Is given by an
npproprlation of $25,000,00(1 to bo
expended in lour years by the three
states of California, Oregon and
Washington for improved trunk
mads. These are fnr state highways, ami arc in addition to thc
outlays by municipalities. Then we
have the organization nt Seattle of
the  Pacific  Highway association,   by
delegates from Vancouver, Victoria,
New Westminster, Seattle, Portland,
LOS Angeles an.I oilier cities. This
association will take un interest in
good inn.Is generally, but its first
and special mission is the promotion of a great highway from British
Columbia to Mexico,
A motor car can make this journey
now, One reached Winnipeg the
other slay in which a man and his
wife had travelled from Mexico in
fourteen slays, nut (his does no t
satisfy. If the rousl were as gsuul
all the way us it i.s in the besl
places, the journey would be a continuous ilelighl, ami wliere there are
now scores of cars on it there would
be thousands, und the journey could
he made in less time than now if
one desired it.
Considering the grt>at possibilities
of such a route, and the certainty
that it would attract immense numbers of tourists, the provincial government of Hritish Columbia and the
municipalities concerned will naturally co-operate in such an enterprise,
Thc Senttle Post-Intelligencer says:
"Tlie proposed coast highway has
been often discussed by good roads
advocates and motorists. Opening a
highway along thc coast from British Columbia to Mexico, uud putting
It in serviceable shape, will draw
many tourists to the Pacific coust,
und will supply the country with a
driveway of unsurpassed picturesque-
ness ami scenic grandeur.
"Of course the exact route of the
highway is yet to he determined,
hut it will pass through some nf
the most attractive portions of
Hritish Columbia, Washington, Oregon and California, anil will end
among the scenic beauties of Old
Mexico."
It may Ik* mentioned in connection
with this proposed north and south
road thai the It. C. provincial department of works has nearly completed tlie trunk, mad from the Alberta frontier to Kootenay lake, a
distance of about isr> miles. From
the border this road is continued
to Calgary by the Alberta government. When this highway is completed to the Pacific coast it will
make it possjlde for an automobile
or an ox-cart to he driven from Winnipeg to Vancouver ami Ihence on to
Mexico.
CRANBROOKJAKES GOOD
JFull Amount Required for Y. M. C. A. Furnishings Assured
Short, Vigorous Campaign Proves Entirely Successful
Cranbrook has come through in
good shape. The full amount required for the furnishings ol the
V,M.c.a building has been secured
in lhe Iwn days' campaign, started
in Tuesday, with comparative case.
At noon today (he subscriptions definitely promised exceeded S-1-1110, and
there were several sure contributors
still to be seen.
Those in charge nf tho several
teams, entrusted with the duly
nf making the canvass, were Messrs.
W. II. Wilson, K* Dczall, H. II.
Short, S. Peck aud 11. Wanloss ami
right loyally did they do their
work. At a lute hour last evening,
whin the campaign was to ha.c
closed, the subscriptions were still
well mister $3000, but -a telegram
from .J. A. Harvey, from Vancouver,
intimating that he would contribute $51111 to the fund, placed a new
light ou situation and made it ah-
solutely certain that the lull amount
of $3500 would easily lie secured dining the next twenty-four hours.
Quite u number s.f known friends of
the Y.M.C.A. were absent from town
nml could not be sees during the two
days' campaign, but they wilt be
seen and their contributions will easily bring the total up to ths- required
amount.
The campaign was splendidly inaugurated at lhe hampiei jn the Masonic hall on Monday evening. There
was a fairly large attendance of re
preventative citizens, Mayor Kink
presiding, having on his right Mr. W.
A. Buchanan, M.P.P.. of Uthhrlrtge,
and ou his left, Mr. Thomasson, formerly (ravelling secretary ol the
Y.M.C.A., Iml now permanent secretary of the Lethbridge Y.M.C.A.
A uu mu I hose prcsen t were I lev s.
Flewelllng, Main, Hughes and King.
Thnt the ladies of Cranbrook    are
earnestly interested iii the success ol
the 1 M.C.A. was manifested hy lhe
lact thai they prepared lhe supper
ami attended in largo numbers to
wait upon lhe guests,
Under tii.se circumstances il is unnecessary in remark that Die repnsl
provided was excellent lij ever) respect and thai lhe walling wns all
tlmt could he desired.
Tin- ladies who assisted ivere lhe
following:
Miss K. Hal), Miss \ Heattie,
Miss Slid In Kerwnn, Miss lune Ker-
wan, Miss K. Bridges, Miss l.ily
Chihls, Miss Florence Turner, Miss
H. K. Alward, Miss \l I. Currio,
Miss Beta Cameron, Miss Irene Wilkinson, Miss Jessie Murgatroyd, Miss
It. Alward, Miss V 1,1-um.in, Miss Al.
Short, Miss Mary Palmer, Miss 13,
Van Sluke, Miss K. K. Johnston,
Miss I'.. I,. Brest, Miss I: M. Stark,
Miss \. Finn Iff, Miss fieri rude Macdonald, Miss Mamie McPurlnne, Miss
Eva Conley, Miss M. K. Mncslonnld,
Miss Hose tlnsklll, Mis:. Orace Hell,
Miss Margaret Bohcrts, Miss Kim
Crooks, Miss l.ily A Fluids, Mrs.
W. Haywood, Mis. B. Brown.
Ample justice having been done tbe
good things provided, Mayor Fink,
as chairman, briefly uddrrssesl the
gathering, pointing mu the objects
sif tlie campaign about to he started, and advancing good reasons why
every citizen should feel proud to
co-operate therein. lie then called
upon Mr. tt. A. Biiclmunn, M.P.P.,
of Lethbridge.
Mr. Buchanan spoke as a public
man ami nne who knows western conditions. Hi* preface-:! bin remarks
by some neat compliments, eulogistic
nf Cranbrook's enterprise ami grenl
potentialities, lie remarked thai
what was good enough for the C.P
B. in Invest upwards nf 125,000 in,
should lie good enough for the citizens of Cranbrook to help along,   lie
wenl nn to deal with lhe benefits a
well equipped V.M C v would render
to the innii'; men of lhe cily an I
lold of what had been done in this
connection iu Lethbridge ami else-
where. Ile maile a brief, vigorous
speech, which created a dccldedh
good impression ami elicited hearts
applause.
The other speaker was Mr Thomasson, secretary ol llic Leltibrldgo
Y.M.C.A., to whose energy and
skilful organization much of the
success of the campaign was undoubtedly due.
lie made un earnest appeal fur tin
active and hearty co-operation of all
citizens, emphasizing Iho useful purposes a properly equipped Y..M C.A.
could serve, in training ami building
up the young citizenship nf cranhrook.
Mr. Thomasson said (hat membership in thc Y.M.C.A. was ..pen lo
every man iu the community, ho
tweeu the ages of 17 and MM, pro
vided only that they he decent citizens. The Y M.C.A. was non-dOnotii
Inational ami Catholics were as wcl
come to its privileges as those ol
any other creed, as well as uon
churchmen.
He announced that arrangements
had been made for lhe installation ot
three shower baths and that Du
lotal amount required for furnishings
was only V<,.">im. instead of tlu
(6000 originally figured mi
lie made a vigorous, thnughHn-
spiring address amid the hearties'
applause.
During thc evening selections were
provided by some of ihe ladl< b
present and Miss Finmss and Mrs.
A. It.  MaS'donalH favored  with solos.
A standing vote ut thanks to the
laslies and Mr. Buchanan terminated
proceedings.
FOR GOOD ROADS
Businesslike Meeting of Board of Trade Discusses
Requirements of District
The board ,.1 u
loads     session
brouglil together
irgunizi
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CITY COUNCIL
Tin* c*iu council mei Insl Thutn-
ila* night. No wll important business, wns transacted. Present: Tin'
mayor, iVIdcrmpn Patmore, Hunt,
Campbell and .lackson Alter r**uil-
itiir, tin* minutes <<! tin* Insl meeting,
llic lollowing accounts wore presented
fm pnlmcnt:
cm , nginecr's paj n-ll
I'lly ollli i.il-
ScIkhiI board orders
I'm* depal tn I
i'ii\  police department
i'   p   II  (School board)
11   i   Parkci
I'M,      lliii,     (olimlr)
penscs)
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McCallum ami Co, 118.57
Crnnhrook Trading Co 178 ■*>'.
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Tlir citv aiiililiir (,*l* llic yeat was
then appointed. .lohn Choldltch
and X. I. Harrison were nominated.
On a Imlliii being taken .1 Choldltch received three votes to Harrison's two. The salary is 1800 jit*r
annum.
The question «>( rules and regulations governing sirri'i sinus was also
discussed ami the clerk tend some
extracts from tho bylaws ol other
towns, and u was decided ihai soma
bylaw on thai subject must soon Im*
made.
Tin' council adjourned at 11.30
♦	
BULL RIVER POWER
At Spokane Interstate Fair
and Some Lessons it Taught
.tun. mi
1:i.i.'!).7i
Tin*    nppolulment nt tlie lire chief
was disCUSSCtl.      The  names nf    itlie
applicants hy request nf the mnyor
were nol published, as several of
those applying fnr the position re-
quested ihal their names he imt
made public. The local applications
were considered first. As, however,
im local mini coilld rliiim tho experience id some nf Uio distant appli.it-
tlons, tlw council wotfl reluctantly
forced in abandon the idea id engaging a t'raiihmok man.
In lhe end the clerk was Inslrueleil
to wrlto In 0, Waiiil, of Vancouver,
willi a view In his taking no lhe position, in the meantime ihe mayor
was appointed fire chief without salary.
MACHINERY TO   BE INSTALLED
RIGHT  AWAV-WISCIINMN
SHAREHOLDERS HERE
TO PERFECT .ARRANGEMENTS,
r n Peterson, ol Kau Claire,
Wisconsin, it Kerbs), ol Humbled,
Wi*., and it Schuli, nt Madison,
wis, have been spending the pssl
lew days al the soene ol operations
Ol   (he Mull Itivei  l*OWCt companj
Those gentlemen are among Wiosb
who imt up iln mono) ho this
in-; undertaking, eonlWcnl Unit s
power plant m (his sectl ( British Columbia would prove a good
Investment.
In conversation with ii Herald representative ihev oipressed themselves as more than sutiMii'd with
their Investment and with the manner iu which lbs* work had so fur
been   prosecuted.      They intimitted
that Ihey had come up to B. C tsi
Inspect progress music and to perfect arrangements for the purchase
of the machinery lhat has yet tn he
iustulled. Tho ureal Hume is now
completed and thc ne\t move will Into Instil the machinery. Willi
this ohjiri in view Mr. II. Sehul/ ami
Mr. (leu. Henderson, the reslstenl
manager, hit for Vancouver yesterday, where tliey will ensleavsir to
secure the necessary plant, preferring tsi steal in Canada if at all possible.
Mr. Schnltz reported that tne new
school building was just csunplctcil
and that the promised teacher arrives! at Bull Hfver tlie day More Ihey
relumed to town. There was greal
rejoicing at Bull River over this
very satisfactory outcome of their
school difficult)*.
Tbo Spokane Interstate fair was
an enormous educational 'actor for
anyone looking for Instruction along
ih«- lines nt .in farming, advanced
methods of agriculture, fruil growing, Irrigation, stock raising, mining,
mineralogy and all their allied industries. Tin- multitude n| exhibits     Showed,       hist nf  illl,   the
si.iikI.imIs h\ winch localities estimated what was worth exhibiting,
It) Die .standard of the i-vlul.it ymi
measured thc advance ol the people
from whom it came, it was, at
once, the standard h\ which thej
guagi*d  -tallies and  the standard     h>
whleb tin1 visitor Kmiged those   who
produced Ihem   On one stall you saw
a displaj gnmi, perhaps, in Itself,
hut utter!) outclassed bj a showing
nf ihe sn ii ii* type nf grain nr fruit
from another locality. Tin Oral
was poorly grown, untldllj put bo
fore Un- public, paltry, Insignificant,
Tin other compact, neat, well and
attractive!] decorated, sclenUllcall)
grown and scii-niideally shown     Vet,
it is ihr people wlm made the poorer
showing who sboutd Ih- the greatci
gainers    from     ihe   lesson learned
through    the eves lis to Iln- standard
tbey must attain lo if thej would
he hailesl as winners ,it such exhibitions, it the lesson ■"■ proper!]
learned and  noted up to, im   dnniii
Ihr next lime those people uieel, Die
wiiilicl Will ha.c a hutdrr hul Hi* l--i
his laurels ,\s nm* man said, "It
is in seeing whal others an* doing .oid how Un*. aie doing il that
I li-uiu how lo compete with Ihem
and heat them." The same lesson
was Irving laiighl in every department trom thai devoted lo lhe humble polntoe to the mining nf
phaii'iiic, thut wonderful rlnccrystal jewel stone, which mines from
the Lucky -Hm away up in the
sii.r.in country.
Hut it is in lhe Kast Kootcna)
and Cranbrook exhibits we are most
concerned, Kred Russell hail charge
id the agricultural display sent down
un.let lhe auspices nf Hie Assoc ill t
111   Hoard-, nt   Trade of    Kast   KnOle-
nay aud tlie Agricultural Society.
IHs was an almost heart-hrenkin-;
task. In the flrsl place Hie cai
wilh the Pernio and Cranhrook exhibits was held up and slclavcd In
the I'tntcd Slales customs officials al
Kingsgate aud only released from
tlie Imwringe of red tape ia time
mu Lad) of the
it  was did   tins
nits label. I'rob-
ii brings up
knowledge    nf
■ nf son e lovel)
cold under a
ire with      the
reach    Spokane
•>f October, two  days too lute  eien
(or    the judging,     which tsook place
nn Friday, 30th    September.    This,
nf course,    put the possibittl)       nf
pri/e winning entire!) suit of       the
question, no   mattei what the merits
ut   ilu- exhibit.   Not .ltd ilu* troubles
end there.    However, Mr. Russell in
the face nf   ever) difficulty and    the
serious    dlscouragen enl      ol      tlie
reallv magnlflcenl stalls about   him.
went     to    work   anil single banded
produced a most   ctTcolivc and satisfactory   displaj       Was   it  Kipliui;
wlm called Canada *
Snows"?    tVhocvei
might) empire it nn
for Un* name   has .
some accursed, Ills
ahlv    the mind plel
to those who have ;
'he    coiintrv    is Ih
woman perishing ol
snow-laden   spri re
embers   of an   ■<■■* burnt fire in ihe
foreground.      Tl*   whs n the    goud
ps-ople saw itrawben es,   plums, nt*
rons, pumpkins, appl -. pears, wheat,
barley, alfalfa, and   oodneas   knows
what else    coming   inmi Cranbrook
Un v asked     "t ra   rook? Isu t thai
in    Montana,    d«n      In lhe smith
there'"    "Well, l     ess not lis
iu Oregon. Hn- dm slate foi ma
ma ihai kind • I truck " Then
•not net would spes up and sa)
"Why, it's in Kootenai County,
Wash. Ain't it. ' i'i'" This lasl
io i-'n-.i, who getttns his Innings, Im-
proved their kimal dgo ol ('aii.oli.oi
geography ami whal the Cranbrook
district could do   In tin- matter   nl
fruit growing
\ltir     n while
would ask: "All
there   at ove
Well, if that    don'
heard* Why, Wi
growing cotton dov
tale.*'     And so II
Inngliiliceiil   show in
to'tmay rxhihittt   being in chaw
ui Sunday, tbe 2ml t-Judge Kjan, s.f this city. There
was not a mineral producing district
in the south ot the province unrcprc-
,vented b) sample nf its ore. The
Kast Kootenay exhibit ol cal ami
coke from the Crows Nest Pass
Coal company at Kernie took the.
lirst pri/e and the special silver cup
In connection with this verj fine
exblbll it was interesslng t" note the
attention the public paid to tht*
descriptions ol the coal mlnei ■' ■■■■
ty lamps. Some nf these, it was
explained, locked wilh a kej .mi
some with a magnet. If iht' miner
opened ins lamp underground, tbe
demonstrator went nn. it was punlsh-
umcnlal wrong,| able with six months hardlabor. A
pped ns like J highly venerable old farmer remarked at tins: "W-a-a-l, 11i.il
would In* pretty dnrn hard on .1
man if In wanted a smoke, wouldn'i
ll?"     The    nlil chap  might        he     a
prctiv sharp blade at a hog bargain hm was awnv back as an e«
pert  in coal mining.
Tho hig chunk ..f 11,000 gold     ■■!
from the Shakespeare claim belongli 1
to riu**,.  Thels.   up lieal   \*in v   Cn
nut overytblng In thai line of on
entire.) «..n <>f business, though nn
■pedal prise was awards 1 »a Inn
the ahsensv of ., proper!) autltentl
rated aasa) certificate ol tbr value
\nthim: in tlie shoa was in ths   1
.lass OS    ll«* hematite  || n   tn
Hull River, ami lhe nickel oro Iron
Wild Horse gained verv  special men'
I inn
Taken all round East Kootcnn)
gonerall] and Cranbrooi eapes lalli
ih.I splendidly. It was an am hit Ium
innii Making for our vssociatetl
Hoards nt Trade and Agricultural v-
sodatlons [which do not receive or
tenth (Ih- linancial support they ile-
serve from ilu* general public) to
exhibit anything iu such distinguish
cl .11.1 heavllj sutisidi/e.i rompsi j
There was hardly an txhil.it al
Spokane that had imt a heav) Hn
uncial     hncking,  save  those       from
East Kootenay, which hardly expected to win prizes, hnt wirs willuit*. lo
learn how pri/s-s were won ami
how    tit show    11*4*11   waies at     the
next opportunlt)
The secret lies in kiiowim:       li"'*>
In dn  il.      The alt     COnslsH    In  I
nt all in li.,vim-. the   mmu-v
cure and show    the exhibits   secon
11. inaking   careful ami rfleeiive pi
mixed farming
nf      Ihe Crowd
t stuff grown up
1,0011 feel of altitude'
lieal  all I   ever
nugbl lo lu*   all
bote at    that
nt.    As fasl as
ade's special good was fnr the Improvement and exten-
.11 Tuesday ovenliiglsion of the Hospital Creek road to
a large number <>fjst. Mary's river, connecting with
the new bridge at WyclilTc it was
also recommended thai the government be asked to clear awnj the
slashings ami other accumulated rubbish along tlie itea Mission road,
with .1 vien lo guarding against fire.
The government will also \w nsked
tn erect more sign posts nl all trunk
rood crossings throughout the district
The improvement of i!,.- |»i rrj
t'riik load is anntlhi. request thai
will lie made. It was suggested that
it should Ik- stra gbtened oul between C rot hers mill and Old Town
ami also between the Mission and
Wasa, and that improvements could
profitably he made to Mission Hill
Tlie government will lurjhei be
leeimtineniUs! to either widen oc
deepen Si Joseph's Creek where it
I'lnsM-, the roadwaj to prevent
overflowing,
A resolution was unanimously
adopted commending the goosl work
done In this district during thc past
season b) Road Superintendent Reid
and the sccretarj was Instructed lo
forward same to the mtnistci ot
public works
Another resolution was adopted recommending the construction ol per
nxiueiii roadways, In the use of
gravel and other suitable material
for the linishim; ofi of newly constructed mads \ request will be
nia*!e for the finishing on ol the
trunk road to Movie bj iln- connecl-
1111; up ■•( the road at Leslie's place.
The foregoing gives a briel outline
of the discussion and action taken
with regard t*1 district roads Before adjourning the meeting dealt
with one nr two other matters.
Ui F A Russell, win. had charge
ol tbe Cranbrook district exhibit at
tbe Spokane fair, hriellv reported
aad was tendered a hearty vote "f
thanks for bis m nn. *-
li was also decided to Instruct the
secretary to forward to the officials
of the Dry Farming Congress ami
of the Spokane Interstate Fair an
expreasioo of the warm apprecia-
rion of tin* Cranbrook hoard of
trade of the kindness and consideration displayed by them towards thc
board's representative in charge of
the district exhibit.
R. M Winslow. provincial horticulturist, wrote announcing tbat tbe
selection of the proposed demonstration orchard m Cranbrook district,
Id be made some lime before the
middle of Sovembei Correspond-
ence from the agricultural department in reference to the board's
- iu-- Uon u.-it grass seed Ih* sown
on burned over lands was read and
in 'his connecti-on a letter was read
frnm Mr 1* I.und. ol Wardner, stating that he bad employe I j man to
need burned over land In the Wardner district with timothv and clover.
The secretary was Instructed to
cumniunlcatc with Mr Lund and 1
cure further  details u i" cost, etc .
ami   n-port   particulars tn lhe deputy
minister of Bgrisajllnre
Another letter from Mr. Lund v.as
read in reference lo sjmilal rate
on fertilizer shipments Mr I.und
has  taken    the matter Up  with      the
CI1 It . asking that s nominal rate
of t'i be accorded to all points In
K.ist Kootcna) snd that .1 pedal
rate lie grantiitl nn manufactured
fertilisers from 1 H and other
eastern points
This letter of Mr I-und n was 1 indorsed   by   tlK- hoard
The Kcrsptar) reported hsvlng received aii order for Cranbrooh apples
lor shipment lo Mberta from a
travrllei. who bad '.> U ■' ■ t *if
Rerelstoke and found "• ■""■*'
tlonall) good The vtit* 1 bad eh-
closed l*. io cover cost and .1
iblpment i^<) been forwarded a*- re-
qoested.
The board decided lo sgaln direct
the attention of tin- citj council to
1 Ik- necessity ol lighting the roadway to   lhe hospital
one class was inst rusted another took
lis place. The board ol trade mav
rs'st assured Ihal ihe Kootcna)
Cnunlrv around Cronbrook ami Kernie
is now    well known io thousands nt
people.   |„ whom previously   It      vvas
as much unknown a    the fai
of Ihe moon.     -"-n. loo, in the
eiai department a' • re, laken
whole, British Columbia made
the   Kast
side
mm
•d
citizens, bul all too lew outsiders.
There was an Interesting discussion
t district mad requirements ami a
number ol specific items were dealt
with.
I'resided I Ilrymner being awn) In
San Francisco, the chair was taken
li) Mr. M A Macdonald. who, in his
opening remarks, expressed pleasure
.11 Hu- huge attendance of citizens,
and regrel thai more rcsislents nl the
surrounding districts wore, nol In
attendance. It had been proposed to
1 Is cal good roads ns-
bul he thought that no
that direction could pro-
' taken until they could
secure .1 more representative gathering trom the districts The chairman then invited discussion ou the
general matter of road requirements
.nut improvements.
The lirst recommendation constdci
".I was foi ,1 road between Cranbrooi. and ii point where tin* Kootenay river crosses the International
boundar)
rile following copj of a petition to
be circi...; .1 anion : and sign* d bv
the rc&idcnU affected was then read
and eudorsr*sl in  the board
The undersigned residents ol tbe
Cranbrooh distrli 1 respcctfull) petition thai .1 road be constructed i»--
twirii Cranbrook and the point
where the Kootenay river crosses ,;
International boundar)        This road
'.i ill  -.'!-. 1 :
(a).   A large and now verv rapid!)
growing    rommunity war the    ,-ron-
. -■ Ool i Creek witli the Kootenai   river.      v large number      of
..!■'   now    going iu    there
taking up fruil growing and   general
agriculture    and   the     -development
will   rapidly extend   up Gold Creek
cl    tii ■ -oil and 1 limatc an- admirably   suited t" farming.    These set-
tlers desire some direct  route   into
1 'ranhrool. whs te Is situate the government office for    'he district    and
where the)  oi nesressit)  musl  transact considerable busint --
(b) Settlers have located at different times along tbe line ot this
proposed road up Gold Creek, hut
thej have found it Impossible t<<
make headway unit*-- such a road is
constructed, and the district between
the settled portion at the mouth
of Cold (reek and the headwaters of
St. Joseph Creek has a territory ex-
n-liiiith suit.il f.*r agriculture and
its development should be in every
w.iv encouraged
(c). Prom last mentioned point
into Cranhrook the road would pass
through a district which is entire!)
taken up for farming purposes, and
farming .- alreadj progressing on
most of the holdings but is hamh-
capped lor Ibe want of a first-class
road This road would answer •*.-.
.. mail .trier, from which branch
roads would radiate Into tbe farming
districts on either side, and with it
might be ■ 111 ■ 1 ted .■ road to Wardner, This latter road would also
pass through .1 large territory excellently suited for agriculture.
Thc total length of tlw St.      Jo-
H-ph and Oold 1 reek mad is 	
■   :
tlencrall) peaking, the road could
in' brought '-ver comparative!)
level land which is either alreadj
cl ai ni 01 as io which the clearing
would not be expensive.
ihr (oh-;-, ing petition will he forwarded to Mr. Fianl. Murphv, nl
■ .1 foi Ignatures ami will
then be returned lo Seeretar) Hen.
dh '. who will transmit n to the
ntlnistei nl public works
■  1 ion ■ I regulations       foi
ei      using Ihe btghwaj 1
raised and Ihe neceaslt)
foi "fatoi.-...   ol horns on approach
and   leep irades comment-
, .1 on, also    lhe question ol definite
ruling as to the proper side   of   the
road foi drivers l*o keep to and otbei
matters    aRrctlng the    safe  use ol
highways by   motorists were      tils-
1 1 - rd, d nniie aetmn in the premises being deferred
A subject thai received very full
discussion was thai "f thc construe*
Hon of a road thai would give
Cranbrook direct access to tlie head
ol  Mnvn-    lake The mam trunk
road between Cranbrook ami Movie
now runs within three-quarters of a
mile of th.- bead nl Hu- lake and ii
was pointed out thnt tins short
[.un- conl.1 easily and cheaply he
constructed After very full discussion of pros   uml cons the    fol
lowing committee was appointed io
t*,.. over the road, size up actual
conditions and requirements and for-
(('osHlaaasl ua page eight )
i ■•'I ward recommendations to   the   gov-
ond,Iprnmenl   Messrs    W. II. Wilson, A.
W.ud and W   F   itnnl
leiniuii.eiiilalion  adoplcil
' I \   U.ud al
1    Anollisr
im Saturday lasl H Pslmer returned home after visiting the Korea-
tors   convention, held   iu Vancouver,
Several    Improvements     have       heen
made m iiic benefits derived from
this order without the dues being altered This is undoubtedly a sign
that the order has the Interests of
its members at heart and working
hard   nn  their   I*, hall
W. F. Attrnlge, ol the Sash and
Itoor Facinrv, hit on Tuesday to
tour the prairie provinces in connection with this growing business
concern
.1. Sakaguchl, is pushing his new
restaurant along in good shape, hop
ing to be iiiih- to open up on tbo
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CANADA AND DKITAIN
lMI'l.UIAl.lsM AND TRADE BAR*
CAINS NOT SYNONYMOUS.
Tlw Montreal Herald publishes tbo
lollowing open letter, addressed i»
Premier Whitney, ol Ontario, wbicb
in view ol Ihal gentleman's recent
public utterances on trade relations
between Canada and the motherland,
is very much tu ths* point:
Dear Sir James,—In all Irtendlt-
ness, n-.it> w.' s.iv ihai some <>f yom
remarks, Intended lor British tars.
grate on tho can ol many I'ani.-
dlanaT Vou ..[,■ ., thoroughly representative Canadian, and what you
say in England will bo accorded much
attention. Surely, therefore, you
should be extreme!) discreet when undertaking lo express Canadian opinion,
You haw mode clear your position
on the trade question What is It?
According to cabled summaries, you
are credited with sav iim that "the
refusal ot Oreat Britain to discuss
11k* proposals lot Imperial preferential triMh' was deplorable and may
wt-li prove disastrous,11
''Disastrous!" To whom. Vou
mean, s.f course, to tho empire. You
are simply harping on tho old string,
simply adhering to the old doctrine,
that unless tlm parts of ths* empire
arr drawn together in trade bonds
they must grow further apart. That
is, you hold that trade is essential
to empire—thai unit's*, we force oui***
•elvcs to buy mors* from Itrilaiii,
nnd Hritain forces her
self tn buy more from us,
sr.tn.tii.i ami Britain musl shift apari
We sin nut agree with Ibis view.
Freer trade Is la bo desired, we
hi.ii.I you, bul we il..In.i' to hnse
nur Imperialism, nr our belief in
tlu permanence of the British empire,   on grsiiim1   ssi low or on       a
policy so material. Further, an I
Ihis is wliere we join issue most
distinctly, we hold that you have no
warrant to throw (he responsibility
lor anticipated disaster on the British piihfic because it ha.s rcfuw'tl to
consider proposals for preferential
trade. Swh a statement is unworthy of any Canadian public man,
for it conveys an absolutely incorrect impression to British hearers
It means, if it means anything, that
Canada is so clamorous for a preference In the Hritish market that If
she does not ■**•! it she may conl iu
her ardor for the empire. Ami that
is not only untrue—It is ridiculous.
Yel many ol tlie people of England
accept it, coming from a man in
vour position, as an accurals- picture
"t Canada's attitude.
Wo submit, Sir .lames, that you
ought to lie ashamed to so misrepresent the people of this country, nml
so mislead the people of Hritain. It
tliey believe ynu, ami fear 'or the
future of the empire, Miey may go
lo the polls at the next election, and
change their trade policy, not lor
their own sake, but in order to
throw a sup to the departing colonics Io em ice them hack, If you get
your preferential trade that wny,
won't you feel that van haw* got It
on false pretences?
AS TO FRBR TRADE..
But, ynu say, "We don't care if
you make free trade or tariff
reform the basis of your part ol the
commercial arrangement." Now,
Sir .lames, is that the honest
straightforward talk wc should expect from ynu! Hritain cannot give
us preferential terms unless she first
abandons imt trade. Obviously she
must put on duties Ix-forc she can
lake Ihem silT in nur favor, You are,
therefore, say what you will, demanding Ihal Britain ahamlon tree
Ita.li*   ami    adopt   protection.      You
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kidney troubles are but fore-runners
of more serious complaints. They
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loo late.
Booth's Kidney Pills cure kidney
trouble. They are recommended by
thousands.
W. M. Ferguson, of Indian Head,
Sask., says:
"I was compelled to unit work six
months ago on account ot a lame
sore hack, which had become so
weak that I could scarcely gol
around. My limbs and teet wore
very much swollen, and 1 also hail
severe headaches occasionally. Oil
learning of Booth's Kidney pills
through an advertisement I procured
a box and found them a Hue remedy. 1 have used three boxes ami
Ihey had given me great relief.
The pains ami ncltes have le.t my
hack, and it has been greatly
strengthened. The swelling In my
limbs and feet has also disappeared,
uud I have not had a headache since.
I am very much pleased to recommend this remedy." For sale in
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CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,
Bforachitu, Croup, Coughs and Colds, er
money back. Sold and guiraatc.-d by
the Heattie-Murpby Co.
are taking part in a (juesliou ol
British domestic politics under the
pretence that it is imperial Interests
you are serving, anil to do so you
have to raise a false issue hy charging that the loyalty sif the colonies
to the empire may wane. It is sorrv
business, Sir James, and wc regret
to sec you at it.
Again, if hy a free basis you mean
to convey to your British hearer:,
the impression that Canada may be
ready for free trade with Britain,
are you honest with them or willi
yourself.' Arc you prepared to
come hack and stump Ontario in
favor ot the abolition ot alt duties
against British goods? Of course
you ure not. Then, why talk of n
free trade basis?
The fact is, Sir .lames, you have
fallen into the trap set for your feel
hy the Conservative party of England, which is trying to make the
world believe that true imperialism
is wrapped within its tariff reform
policy. Wc Canadians, who bcllove
iu the empire as licing something fai
above party, cannot afford to identify ourselves with British political
parties; we cannot afford to make
material gains by misrepresenting
our attitude on imperial subjects,
nor can wc afford to let the impression prevail iu other parts of the
empire that our allegiance to thai
empire is of stuff so thin that it may
break unless buttressed hy trade
preferences. Our duty, if we would
he frank, honest and straightforward,
is to acknowledge these two things:
1. Wc are not demanding, ns the
price of continued loyalty to the
empire, preferential trade arrangements,
2. We. nre not ready to give the
British manufacturer such further
concessions in nur markets as would
seriously embarrass ths' home manufacturer.
Time and the west may change
our altitude nn the last proposition. In the meantime, let ns face
the Tacts, Sir James, and neither he
ford the British electorate nor ourselves by treating imperialism and
trasle bargains as synonymous.
The Herald.
The pleasant purgative effect experienced by all who use Chamberlain's Stomach ami I.iver Tablets,
and the healthy condition of the
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makes one feel joyful. Sold hy all
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an enthusiastic Free Mason anil was
grand musler ol Ihe order lnr (Ireal
Hritain. When In, ascended the
throne lhe supreme dignity ol grand
master ol Knglish Free Masons was
transferred lo lhe Duko ol Coanaughl
in consequence ol the lact lhat the
then Prince ol Wales was not a member ol the Irnlernity. imt there Is
reason to sn|i|i„se that his majesty will Interpose any obstacle to
Ihe initiation ol Ids suns ns they
severally attain yenrs ol discretion,
II may he confidently assumed tbal
lhe ceremony ol Initiation in Ihe ease
ol file I'rlnco ol Wales will he conducted bj Ibe liuke ol Connaughl
himself.
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Xnmr    . ,	
Address ' 	
Brotherhood of Locomotive
Engineers
A Qreat and Successful Labor Organization that
Uses the Golden Rule
THE   HERALD,   CRANBROOK.   B. C.
***********************
*************** **********
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OP EAST KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that .lames llar-
l'cr, nf Rutland, H. C , ocoupattun
Merchant, intends i,, apply lor |it*r-
misalon i" parchaso the following
described lands:
Commencing al a pott jilntitcd
about ono lout eaal from the south
east cornet ol Lot tsi*!, being the
Initial posl smith west corner; Uicnce
mu ih about mi ehains, to ihe southern boundary   ol    l.nt 1845, thence
easl about  till ehBlnt,   llienec    smith
about tm chains, thenee west about
tiii chains lo point of commencement
and containing 860 acres, more m
less.
.lames Harper, Locator,
.i. ll. Hutchinson, Agenl
Haled .lulj* Oth, 1810. *!8 ut*
Best oil the
Continent
Tint li want nuthorttlei ■*■.*.>'
regard Inu tin* modi-ulna! ijunl-
liTosol tii.- W-Uori nt Halcyon
Hot .'**|iriiiKf.
Tin* Sanitarium it* now utuiVr
mm' innnauomciit uml Ium
boon romoifolled (turn lop to
bottom uml now offers every
facility for thu comfort ami
OOHVeiltOtlOO of |).iIron.-*.
Unlet* %\2 ami 111 per week
or $2 por tiny itn.l upward*.
HU.CYON HOT SPRINGS
SANITARIUM
WM. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon,  Arrow Lnko, U.C.
rn.it
NOW ITS Tilt-: "DREAM FROCK "
IT'S AS     THIN  AS IT CAN     m;
AM) STILL STAY ON
Kntcrs tbo "ilii'iim frock."
it walked    into   tin*   annual convention ol the Chicago Drcsstiuki-r**.'
Huh at tin- Palmer   House tin- oilier
day nml iiro\e everything before It,
not excepting   the bobbin ami    tlie
holster slips    and  Hie ■tovtjplpe  pal
tl'IIIK
The "dreaiii frock" is—a ilreain*
It   is us      (nil    of  iHHiili.u It lex as
"ihe heathen  Chinee."    \   "dream
flock" is as haul lo recognlu! as a
Jellyfish oi chatncleon When yon
don'l see il, it's probably there.
Here's a fOUHg woman walking down
Slate street. Honors'     Stalled
away from her    boudoli before   aho
was ready!    No!    Everything is as
ii ihould Ih*.
Tin- proper!)   conitructcd   "dream
frock" is    as thin as il    ran Ih* ami
sum Hiuy on. Then ii unes the
dresamalnti opportunity for hinh
prices ami new ili-.iejis lor—in it in
llringa that didn't see the Imht from
Puritan days until   a few weeks ago,
H Is cut after the holster slip i
idea, hut has the same relation to
the remainder nf a
well    iliesseil     woman's clothes
She hacks up to a chair and then
as a filmy veil has to Iter face. II
softens things and produces a foggy, hazy, dnn't-kiiown-whellirr-it-is-
or-lniM impression.
Most of the "dream frocks" may
tic rolled up and tucked away in an
ordinary sized thimble, hul tiiey cost
like Kin. At a theatrical matinee
was one exhibited which cost S.15II. It
was worn by Miss Daisy I.r Hay,
an Knglish actress, who is engaged
at a   Chicago (healer
Not <>n account of this gown, hul
for a far morn important reason.
Miss l.e May was invited to appear
before tno dressmakers.
She knowa how to alt down'
Why. lots of women know how to—
No' That's just it! With the
development ol tbe itovepfpc skin
sitting down beeomea the most serious proposition tor the fashionably
ilrcssed woman you can'i do it as
vou would in ordinary skirts.
"Things would bust quicker than
Bleat,:1 Vou must get into a chair
without subjecting any portion ol
the lube skirt to exIra strain. Miss
Lc Hay has learned the trick
Dressmaker* say she must have practiced hours.
She hacks up to a chair and then
Wilts
"I just fall from the knees," she
i'villained.
Miss l.ellay hacks up to a than
wilh a sort uf sidewise, crawfish
motion, puts one foot out heliiiul
to he sure tlie chair is then*—this
is a precaution which must never
Ik- overlooked—and thru simply falls
until sht* lands on thc cane bottom.
The hard part of it is to make the
knees bend quickly al just the rigid
moment.
It difliculty is experienced at the
outset a small brother will prove of
assistance. The hoy should he stationed under the chair armed with a
broom slick or a piece ut a barrel.
After you bave earefuiiv drawn a
head »n Ihe chair with proper allowance for wind and gravity, signal I
the boy when lie must Rtflfce you
sharply or. lla* hack ot the knees
You'll then go into the chair at tin
proper wilt, and the bolster slip is
guaranteed another day's life.
Hoarseness in a child subject to
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An article in praise of thc Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, which
in- claims has ilutic more for its members than any other labor union, is
contributed by ''. i*\ Carter to tho
L'outury Magazine, li seems lhat
tho Brotherhood has adopted tin'
Golden Rule as [is fundamental principle.
While then! muy In- workmen that
t'arn a higher rate per hour while actually employed, tho annual Income
of the average locomotive engineer is
larger than that of any other man
who works with his hands, though it
may not always be commensurate
with the service rentlcreil Moreover, the locomotive engineer holds
his joh for life or during good l><-
havlor, lie can obtain leave of
absence for any length of time, and,
upon returning, begin exactly where
ho :eft off. This enviable position
has been accomplished hy means thai,
judged by accepted Ideas of union
methods, seem revolutionary.
On January l, 1010, the brotherhood bad a membership of 61,303,
embracing ninety per cent of all
locomotive engineers In tin- Unl tod
States, Canada ami Mexico. It had
contracts governing rales of wages,
hours and conditions of service with
one hundred ami eighty-two railroad
companies, Including every system of
Importance ou the continent. Rates
and conditions specified in those
contracts govern the movements of
every train lhat (urns a wheel
North America, for non-members get
the benefit of all lhat is gained by
the brotherhood. No labor union
ever before achieved sn miirh, he-
cause no other labor union ever   had
the courage to expel  mbers    who
violated a contract, or to revoke the
charier of an entire subdivision for
the same offence. Vol Unit is what
lhe Brotherhood of Locomotive Kn-
glneers does. A notable instance
was the revocation of tin* charter of
lhe subdivision iu Now Vork City,
ami ihe summary expulsion of iis
303 members, for violating their contract by participating in lhe strike
called liy another labor organization
ou the subway and elevated lines iu
1006.
Not heing omnipotent, tin- brotherhood sometimes makes an unsatisfactory contract, hut in lhe eyes of
ol entangling alliances, the bro the r-
its ollieers a bargain is a bargain,
even if it is a had ..ne, and its terms
are scrupulously fulfilled. Heeding
Washington's admonition to iieware
hood will nol allow a member to
belong to auy other labor organization, and il never engages in "sympathetic strikes." Heing thus free
to attend to its own affairs in its
own way, and that way being always to concede, as well as insist
on, a square deal, since J. KM tlie
brotherhood has had no strike save
a few trifling affairs involving only
a few men. Vet, to atlote the
words of its grand chief engineer,
"then- arc eighty-five million people
in this counlry that don't know we
are on earth."
Tlie membership, Mr. Carter points
out, is made up ol exceptional men.
a long apprenticeship as a fireman is
necessary and even the firemen are
picked men, fur they must pass certain physical test*-, while Hu- test for
courage is no less severe.
l-.vcry other day. on an average, an
engineer is killed on duty somewhere
in the I'nited States or Canada. To
Ik- exact, 881 locomotive engineers
were killed on dutj iu the two years
ending Deccmbrt 31, 1000. The
average age ol 'his devoted band
was thirty-iiiiii. They died in their
prime, when life a as sweetest, and
when they were most useful t
society. Often death comes s
swiftly ibat they scarccfy have
glimpse of the cause before they are
burled into eternity, as in the case
of an engineer tin a limited train
which was rushing through the night
at seventy miles an hour when
negligent towerman threw a crossover switch bardj a hundred feet iu
front of him. In other cases they
bave time to rcallu what they BID
doing, yet lay theli lives on the altar of duty wiii. a calm deliberation
that  is subline'
As to tin* Brotherhood's standard
of morality, this is \cr> high.
The charactel ol the applicant
must be vouched for by three members before he ean be voted upon.
(Mice elected, be musl live up to Iho
high character given Ium by his
sponsors, conducting himself like "an
officer .iiui a gentleman,'1 to borrow
a military phrase that fits the case,
or out he goes There Is never any
I'liistmn about Hie expulsion of     a
member who iiiisln-liaves, for if he is
nol expelled, the charter of tho
subdivision ihai harbors him is revolted, So tin- low provides, and tho
laws of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers me Inexorable. Iu the
year 1900, thirty-six members were
e\|M-iu-ii for "unbecoming conduct."
More than Ihal. Ihe fact of their impulsion and Hie reasons therefor
were proclaimed lo all the world In
ihe official "Journal of the Brotherhood/' wbirb goes lo every member.
and has a general circulation as well.
It is safe to say tlmt no other
union, club, or organization of any
soil applies quite such heroic treatment to undesirable citizens.
one thing that tho brotherhood
most strenuously insists upon is that
its members shall not drink. Thirty-
live members were expelled for getting drunk in 1000, and their shame
was publicly proclaimed iu llie
"Journal." The treatment docs nol
stop here, by any means. The
brotherhood will nol risk the lives
ol its members and the general public hy permitting a drinking num to
run an engine. When a man has heen
duly convicted of drinking, and punished according to tho laws of I In-
order, the facts are laid before tin-
proper authorities on the road thai
employs him, and his discharge is
demanded. lu one notable instance
the engineer of a fast train go!
drunk during his lay-off and din
graced himself, lie was tried, convicted and expelled, the management
was informed, and tho offender's discharge requested in regular form.
Hul as thc engineer had been ,. good
man, the railroad company demurred,
saying that he bad not been drunk
while ou duty.
"But," said the brotherhood,
"thoro is no tolling when a man who
gels drunk off duty may lake a no
tion lo get drunk on duty; and wc
do uot intend to take auy chances
ou having a drunken man tenting
through the country af sixty mil-is
an hour, endangering the lives of
others'.     It Is unfair both    to     lljc
employees In your service and I n
patrons,"
The culprit was discharged. He ran
never l»e employed on a railroad
again.
To tbo Brotherhood of Locomotive
Engineers a "deadheat" is abhorrent
When a member refuses to pay his
debts, he is summarily expelled.
A man may have a giant's
strength, intrepid courage, and tInmost exemplary character; be may
fire bis allotted time and get his engine, yel si iti he ineligible for membership iu the brotherhood. The fact
lhat the master mechanic considers
him fit to run an engine lias no
weight with Ibis exclusive order. Tin-
newly promoted one must run an engine (or a year as a practical demonstration of his skill and intelligence before his application can lie
considered. A travelling card of the
Hrntiierlin.nl of Locomotive Engineers, therefore, is nn unequivocal
guarantee that Iho possessor Is a
fully qualified engineer, who is also
a self-respecting, law-abiding eitixen.
In view of these facts, it is not al
all surprising to find railroads sending to brotherhood headquarters
whenever tbey require more engineers
than can safely be obtained bj
promotion; nor it is strange to liml
ibat such requests often go begging
because brotherhood men all have
satisfactory Jobs. Also it is eas)
to understand why some railroads,
instead of disciplining offending engineers, prefer simply to report thc
facts to the brotherhood and leavi
the culprits to the stern justice ol
their fellow-members.
Towards non-members a tolerant
spirit is shown. Those who do nol
recognize the advantages ol membership in the order are not subjected to ostracism, persecution or annoyance but are shown consideration
aud courtesy.
The hrntheihn.nl is a great business organization and has a surplus
Hood management enabled thc
brotherhood to dedicate iis own
building in May, 1010. li is a Hn
proof structure, twelve stories high,
of while glazed tile, ami coal
(1,250,000, ami is probably the Hn
est office building in Cleveland.    II
sides the   offices of the brother! *
and au auditorium, seating 1,500,
there is enough space available for
rental to yield a net return of one
humtml thousand dollars a year,
Which is to lie devoted t<> the elm I
liable work of the order.
This building is the materialize
Hon of a young engineer's day dream-
Years ago   while    running a freight
engine across the Iowa prairies, he
became possessed ol the Idea thai
it would be a fine thing fnr the
brotherhood to own an office building, and devote the revennucs then -
Irom to tlie support of crippled engineers and to the relief of the
families of tln.se who bad been killed.
The idea became a hobby. No one
took him seriously at first; but*this
did not discourage the dreamer A:
last came tho opportunity In la)
the plan before the biennial convention. It was reject oil. At lhe next
convention tbo building plan was
proposed a second time, only to be
again rejected. But when for the
third time in six years ho brought
up the old familiar scheme, it was
accepted unanimously for hy this
time ibe whole organisation know the
dreamer, and had faith iu him, fot
ho was nono other than ttaiini H
Stone, now grand chief engineer ol
iho Brotherhood of Locomotive En
gi nfem.
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ness have wrougbl ivonders undei Uie
guidance "( the leadei to whom the
llrotherhood »i Locomotive Elngiri-
cei i owck much. V born leader, he
looks the I*..-!, for be i^ six feel tail
.tinl -.u'u-li- 22G pounds, and is well
proporti ned. Itis teatun s are re-
tTilar, bis hair and moustache are
nearly wbiti, his i jcpn ssion is thaji
if inexba stiblc -   ■'■    nalure, earn-
stni •* and -oa'* ri";., tempered by a
i , mor uithout which such virtues soi elii pall. His voice
musical; but 'he pleasure i-f listening
to him li*-- less in the manner than
in Lhe matter, tor .ill he says is
tinctured with sound common sens.-.
"My men believe in mc because I
ncvei tell tl :.. anything that is not
true," said he "I ne\er raise false
hopes by promising thera imp. ■ si .
itles, but always show them both
sides of thc shield* I always ail-
vise against unjust demands and fight
for what Is just I believe in fall
play f<.r foe   as well as for friend.
"Mosl lal "i troubles an- the :•■- ill
one nf     1 tl ■:-■:-.    misrf-present-
ation or misunderstanding. Unfortunately, negotiations are sometimes
Intrusted i en who were never intended bj i atura for their
since ': - :■ cam I disi ■•■ a .qoi tl
will n losing tl.eir tempers. I
have known "f labor men who, when
placed on a committee to adjust
wanes or working conditions, re-
mlnded mc ol the man who beat his
horse; he didn't hate thc horse, he
ml? wan'ed to show hia   autborltj
However, by no means all such   men
are members ol labor unions.
•For such success as I have had
there are two reasons: 1 control tho
men as the constitution provides,
and we carry out our contracts. It
maj be laid down a**- a fundamental
principle withoui which no labor
organization ean hope io exist, that
it must carry out its contracts. No
employer can be expected to live up
to a contract that is not regarded as
binding by   the men."
IMMIGRATION RETl'TtNS.
For April, May and .lune. the first
three months ol the present fiscal
rear the total immigration t.. Canada has been 130,33] persons, nr an
increase *<i 76 per cent over the corresponding months of lasl year.
Those arriving at ocean ports numbered £-1,831, as compared with
11,122 in tho corresponding months
of 1909, or an increase of 106 per
cent., while imiuigration from United
States amounts to 45,000, as against
-,!.'>:• tot fi** same -H-riod last year,
or an increase of 38 per cent. For
the month of June, 1910, tlie lotal
Immigration was 34,560, its against
20,869, in June, 1909, Dt an increase ot 66 per cent
The job department ol this paper is
equipped with the most up-to-date
faces of type. You get what you
want when you want it at the Herald.
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 AND	
MANY YEARS TO COME
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The  Expert   Glove   and   Milt Maker*  of  Canada. THE   UHANlMfiOOK   UKUALD
UUAMtlJOOlv HERALD
By tbu Herald   Publishing Company,
F. J. Deano, Managing Editor.
CRANBROOK, B. C.( October 13,1910
bUIIOKIAL NOTbS
In its issue ol Thursday, .Ium1
2nd, ilu- Herald announced that
"llalloi Box Hill" "as io he taken
Into the Mellride cabinet, *is commissioner ni lands, succeeding lo Iho
portfolio held hj I'rlco Ellison, ol
Vernon, who would take over the
portfolio ni finance. This prediction
bus been confirmed aulhqritalivel) hy
despatches from Victoria In laci
'■Ihilh.i |-.,\ Bill" has ahead., lieen
sworn in* W. it Ross, M.P.P., of
Kernie, gained ror himscll tho un*
(tnvlablo soubriquet of "llalloi Ikii
Hill" by reason of some crooked
work in connection with th.' eountlng
id lhe ballots In one o( his flrsl
campaigns In the Fertile district.
Despite ih<- demands lor nu investigation into ih.' transaction, nothing was over done and Ross was
allowed tn keep a sent, which many
people justifiably believed he had secured by unfair means, lie then
named lhe above minted soubriquet, whieli undoubtedly will stick tn
him until he has earned some mon
endearing nlc-name liy faithful pul)
lie service. Whilst Ross has never
hern charged with excess brain
pnclty, he is a big, good nnlureil
fellow and sl7.es up well among ihe
rank ami Hie nl the \ lc n legislators.
Thai Itoss feela he has no sun
thing in a bye-clcctlon iu Fernie
i.s evidenced by the course he i**
taking on ihis occasion. His tic
.-i-ptnnee ot a portfflio necessitatis
his return lo Ids constituents fm
re-election, ami, with a \iew ol
heading of! successful opposition In?
has lived nomination dav for Friihn
October 21st and the election toi
lhe lollowing day, Saturday, Octobei
22nd. This little piece ol chicaner)
is a fait gauge of the statesman*
s-hip   of tin*   lion. Hilly Koss In
spile. however, of ibis llllle Irlek,
"Ballot Box Bill" will nol he re
turned withoui opposition As an
lioiinceil last week In the Herald,
the Kernie Socialists have alreaiL
placed a standard beam in the held
in the person of W. .1. Bennett
editor of ih.- Fertile District Ledger
Mr. Bennett is an opponent lo hi
feared. He is m.i of the class <
soap Imx orators who, too frequent!)
iu Uu- past, have borne the Social
isi standard in provincial political
campaigns, bul he is a man of rducu
tion, a clever and effective plal
form speaker and a man who ha1
proved ihai l»- is possessed •
first-class business ability, lie i
highly respected iu Fertile by nil
classes and lias the undoubted
hacking ol the overwhelming mnjor
ity of tin' mine workers ol thai
section, which included not onl)
the camps of the Crows Nest Pas
Conl compan) nt Fernie, (!onl t*ree'
ami Michel, but the big coal camp
at Hosmer. So highly is Mr. Ben-
net (bought of in bis home lown i
Ferine, lhat the Free Press, th.
local Conservative organ, thus refers
to Ins candidature:
"We congratulate tin* Socialists on
iih* (discriminating choice they hnve
made. If, by any chance, Fernie
•acre to he represented by a Socialist
member ol ihe legislature, there is
no man in lie- riding who could Iill
tin* position quite as intelligently
and acceptably as Mr. Bennett."
Sincere congratulations are due Alberta upon the splendid success
achieved at the recent Spokane Hr)
Farming Congress Commenting upon the results ihe Calgary Alherton
very appropriately remarks:
'"Alberta and particularly Southern
Alberta hits answered  the many    Un
truthful statements about Alberta
oops this season, hy taking the
grand prize at the big exhibition
ul Spokane, and mosl of the smaller prizes for the smaller exhibits
Some prejudiced ami unscrupulous
ions have heen circulating exng-
iteii reports of the state of crops
Southern Alberta this year.
Southern Alberta replies iu this ver)
positive nud convincing manner.
No person enn deny thai this yeai
wns not a good one. We had practi-
ally no rain ut the time when rail,
wns very badly needed. But despite that fact thc crops were very
fair, and where the farming had
heen done properly tliey were very
good. Alberta has secured already
tht* lirst pri/e for an agricultural
xliitiit in Toronto ami also flrsl
pri/e iu a keen contest al Spokane.
The answer of Alberta to all ox-
iggernted reports is clear enough."
Civic politics form a growing    subject  of    discussion,    hut     as  yet     110
leflntle selections have been made
h.r either mayoralty nr nldermuntc
candidates. For the mayoralt) the
name of Hr (ircen is now being
quite actively canvassed, Willi those
of .1. H. McBride ami M A. Macdonald (here is certainly no lack of
good material,
Tin- retirement from public life ol
lion. F, ' Carter-Cotton, erstwhile
president of lhe council III the Me
Bride cabinet, marks the close of n
public career thai, friend and foe
alike must admit, has been singularly successful, from the highest stand
point. Never a self-seeker, Mr. Cotton has devoted unquestionably great
abilities lo lhe service of the province f..r many yenrs. The success
In- achieved was certainly not in the
shape of personal enrichment or aggrandizement. For a short period,
iimlcr Premier Semlin, he held a
portfolio, otherwise his services have
heen largely gratuitous, liritisli Co
lumttJu loses the services of quite
he most capable financier and ad
ntnisiratoi in its political history
by tin- retirement of Hon Curtel
Cotton. His fellow citizens throughout the province will unite in wishing liiin many years of houorabl
ease.
BUSY BURGLARS
\N     EPIDEMIC    OF HimCII-ARV
NOW PREVALENT IN TOWN-
NO TRACK OF TIIK PERPETRATORS   So FAR.
It would appear that at least then
is to he some return for tlie boosting thai has heen done for Cran-
brook in recent mouths. Apparent*
Iv a gang ol burglars has lieen im
pnssed by the wealth ot Ibis com
muiiity and has decided lo opetalt
here until such lime as their moves nre stopped hy a   vigilant pellet
During (he pasl two weeks the I.
have heen several cases of hurgint)
none ol them very serious and ah
indicating an amateurishness that
suggesls the possibility of tin- woll
licing attributable to local juveniles
rather than outside experts,
Lasi week it was the post ollice
thul was visited. This Week the
visits- have been mon- widespread,
the clearings have been relative
ly insignificant. Certainly, if Ihe
hurglars Ih* visitors they are not ac-
!ii inula ting much wealth. lu fact
their total receipts do not appear to
exceed $10 iu cash, several barrels of
beer, aud pari of a box of chewing
tobacco, On Monday night the hist
burglars visited the Quain Klec'ru-al
Supply company's store and the
Cranbrook Trading company's stole.
lu thc former place tbey succeeded
>uty in damaging tin- combination
if the safe. Hnd tbey succeeded in
forcing it open their reward would
have been slight, its contents cm
sistlng of the firm's hooks and a
few hills. Al the Trading com
pane's store a  re determined effort was made lo force open the
ale, again, however, proving futile
Dynamite was used to blow open lhe
"The Reason Why"
of the Corby Quality
The " Scrap-hop " is i sign ol industrial progress.
To discard still serviceable machinery in favor of
newer and belter models is not waste-but economy.
By speeding up efficiency and increasing output, *
manufacturer can give better goods at the same priee.
Tat apt***.al**» Htrd.lo.r... 4i.llll.ry (Of ItUu
Corby's
" Special Selected "
Rye Whisky
la Ik* -revolt ittoro«|kly morl-tri*. «-**jipB-iat awaaaf
earn May. No out of date appliaaus than. Tie
ettee aana hat dalaif U.«*.
MECHANICALLY, wt tr* tlwtyi c!.m|Im-
But la the vital eiMatUlt ef whisky *uki>| our
n-.tl.o-U hftVB't ckkngt-1 Ik 80 enatn*
Proa firit to Iwt w« k»« tlwiyi •t«-| Iki
eteam of Iht grit* cropi ui m k»« alwayi
a-Mlur-trl our whisky is Iht good ot*| fntkioftc-]
way    rip«ru»| It in charred oak barrel*.
Sold fcy ultjift rlttM Hunt *, C'o/ii and l.tauor Sturm,
mc H. Corby Distillery Company
LtmHcw
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Hood Offices: Montreal.  ''Corby'tofCarbyvtltoforOvcfHtlf■•.Century"
*;ife, only il did not work, beyond
damaging the sale and necessitating
lhe BlibftOqllClil einployiiieiit ol skilled
labor to open lhe door. However,
in currying out this attempt, the
burglurs used a sack of flour, |>re-
smiiahly to deaden lhe sound of
the explosion, and while tho dyna-
mile had no appreciable elTect upon
Ihe safe it certainly played the
mischief with the sack ol Hour,
scattering the contents in all directions and occasioning Air. Morfltt a
lol of work cleaning up.
After all it would appear thai
HI-.I.U is tlie main objective of
these busy burglars, al any rate they
have proved more successful in capturing Calvary brew than unythlng
else. On three occasions recenth
they haw visited McDerniot's warehouse, ou the first they carried otT
three barrels of Tainan's best beer,
each barrel weighing 25U pounds,
tin lhe second occasion tliey were
satislieil wilh two barrels ami on
Tuesday night they were even
more modest, taking only a single
barrel. They attempted to force an
entrance to the customs houiled
warehouse, but after wrenching oil
the padlock ou the lirsl door they
evidently bethought them ihai thc
Dominion governnienl would likely he
specially i-uergeiic in running Ihem
down if they went so far ns
lo trespass on their premises, and
they advanced no further. These
busy burglars may he remarkably
muscular men, tbey certainly must
be, if they removed barrel*, wtigh-
Ing la'di pounds, withoui a rig of
some kind. It seems hardly credible
that they drove up to the rear ol
Meliennot's premises and calmly
loaded the barrels aboard.
fin lhe same Tuesday night, the
busy hurglars were still active.
Their attention was devote I tn lhe
premises of Messrs. Proven/aim und
Sacco, <)ii this occasion Mi- hoi-u
burglar was soinewlial nervous and
dropped the pane of glass he hud
cul lo alTonl an entry. The noise
occasioned hy ihe si.iu-.li aroused
Mr. Sacco, who was 'leeping on 'he
premises. Ik- promp v mom uud
popped his head out ol a vvludiv,
jusl in time lo see a young limit'
iiis man running away Willi a Los
of clewing tobacco. The box \:n*
later recovered low-r diit-'i. Durlek
stuct, with only .i /.Ingle pinjr tc*
main ing iu it -tut of 'he li'tccn
pounds   it bad previ c.uly e. r.l.nud.
Earlier the saiv nl-thl the -Jura-
toga restaurant was visited liy these
energetic burglars, and here they
made their big cash haul, getting
away with all of $10.(10 nut of the
restaurant cash register. Four men
came Into Ihe Saratoga restaurant
about 8.15 pm. and ordered supper.
Whilst Ihey wen* enjoy ing iheir
meal, the young lady who presides
over tin- cash drawer, retired for a
few minutes. Almost immediately
after she lefl, the proprietor of the
restaurant, who was in another part
of the premises, heard the ring nf
llie cash drawer belt and on running
in to see what was doing, witness*
ed Ihe flight of liis four guests
three retiring by the door and out
by the window. The proprietor
gave chase, but tlie busy burglars
were swift runners, and as tbey each
took a different course, bis efforts
were unavailing.
Whilst the busy burglars have, so
far, proved more destructive than
anything else, it may well he, if
tliey keep nu practicing, tbat tbey
will strike a safe that Ihey can
open and tbat contains something
worth removing.
Doubtless the police are doing Iheir
best to safeguard citizens from tlie
at leu) ions of these burglars, but
when they can calmly carry off
-"ill Hi. barrels of beer, it is high
time that some more energetic
steps were taken to run these unwelcome visitors to earth.
CHURCH COLUMN
CATHOLIC CHUKC11.
.Sundays—low mass at 8..H0 a.m,;
high mass. 10.30 a.m.; Sunday school
Irom 2 to 3 p.m.; Rosary and Benediction at 7.30 p.m.
Mondays and holy days uf obligation—Mass at 8 a.m.
Watk day a-Ma* at tl a m at ttie
hospital.
Kather Plnmondon,
Parish Pritst
METHODIST fill RCII.
Sunday, October Kith,
Morning service al 11. Sunday
school al three, Hible classes (nr
young men aud women at Ibe same
liuiir,
Epworth League pruyer service at
7 iu the vestry.     All welcome
Kvening service ul 7.310. Kvangeli-
cal songs and address, bright singing by tho choir.
The services during the week will
lie suspended, in order that all may
attend the united revival meetings
in llie Presbyterian churcli. Members
and friends are asked to let nothing stand iu the way of these special services, and to do all In their
power to make them, a success, particularly by daily prayer, aud earnest
invitation to others to come.
On Sumlay, October 23rd, lhe I lib
anniversary oi the -Methodist church
will be observed, when Itev. .1. |».
West man will he the special preacher. The church will be re-opened on
this occasion, alter a thorough interior renovation.
Next Thursday afternoon, at the
home ul Mrs   E. ll. Patmore,      ut
NEVER DISAPPOINTS
PARISIAN    S.W.K    IS THK FAV-
olilTK HAIRTONIC WHER-
KYKIt SOLD.
Ami why shouldn't if be? Any preparation thai is guaranteed to cure
dandruff, stop falling hair and cure
Itching scalp in iwo weeks, or money back, aud thai does what il is
guaranteed lo do, ought to he the
favorite and   also ihe hesl seller.
The girl wilh the Auburn hair is
on every [lueknge of Parisian Sage
and The Deallie-.Murphy Co,, Ltd.,
who are the agents in Cranhrook,
will sell you a large hottlo lor 50
cents on lhe money back plan, or
you ean gel ji direct, all charges
prepai.l, from lhe Canadian makers,
the (liroiix Slfg  Co., Foil Erie, (tut
Women who desire beautiful, lustrous uml son, Huffy hair in a
week's lime should use Parisian
Sage.
li gives llie i.u.I beauty lo any
person's hair, and is a most delightful uud daintily perfumed hair dressing, and is   nol slleky or greasy.
3 o'clock, the Indies and friends of
Hie church an- invited (o attend n
thimble party m preparation for thc
coming sub- nf work.
KNOX  PRESPYTERIAN CHURCH.
October I nth
Morning service at 11 o'clock-
opening meeting of the special services.
Sunday school and liihlc class al
3 p.m.
Evening service at  7.311 o'clock.
Al these services Rev. It. K,
Knowles will preach, Rev. !', it.
Thornton lead in song, aud ti I), S
Ingram will preside al the organ
wilh a strong choir.
Services will he held every night
except Saturdav at 8 o'clock with a
united choir of  forty voices
On Friday night of this week
(Octobec lltli) a conference of Christian people will be held wilh the
tiiissioucrs iu school room ai 8
o'clock. Choir practice with junior
and senior choirs combined will he
held at K o'clock with Mr. Ingram
as accompanist and Mr. Thornton
leader.
C. 0. Mam, Pastor.
CABINET CHANGES
COTTON  RETIRES    AND IS SUCCEEDED BY  A. E. McplllL-
LIPS-KOSS SECURES
PORTFOLIO.
Victoria, Oct. 12.—Keeling somewhat disappointed that he wns not
given the portfolio of finance, Hon.
F. Carter-Cotton, president of thc
council, bus handed in his resignation
to Premier McBride, It wus nc
cepied. lion. Price Ellison he
comes minister of linaiic.* aud agri
culture, uud W. It. Ross, of Fernie
was sworn iu as minister of lands
in Ibe place of Ellison. A. E. Mc-
Phillips, member for Islands, becomes president   ol the council.
Cotton's retirement is not surprising for he recently sold his Vancouver newspaper and is retiring from
business and political activity with
a million or so to the good. He is
representative in lhe legislature for
Richmond ami it is not probable lhat
he will run again. The laic Captain Tallow, former minister nf finance, was Cotton's greal friend Ii
the government, uml since Tallow's
death, Cot Inn has not got along
any too well witli McBride and At-
lorney-Oeueral Bowser, both much
younger men. The naming of Mc-
Phillips is di signed, probably, to
satisfy Victoria, whose citizens arc
somewhat jealous lately of whal
Vancouver has la-en getting nt lhe
hands of A t toriiey-Oeneral Bowser.
Tlie bye-elect ion necessitated hy Mr.
Ross' acceptance of a portfolio, will
take take place within tlie next two
weeks. Nomination heing fixed for
Friday, October 21st and (lie dec
tion, the following day.
TALK ON TUBERCULOSIS
ADDRESS   DELIVERED  BY   MRS
A. A    MACKINNON BEFORE
THE WOMEN'S |\.
STITUTE,
At the lust mooting of lhe Crnnhrook Women's Institute Mrs A A
MacKinnon delivered Uu- following
address on tuberculosis:
Tuberculosis—ennsump I Ion as it i
commonl) called—is lhe subject of
this address The grealesi scourgi
ihai has ever iu the world's history
bcsel lhe pathway of "suffering, sad
hiiiii.iniii ' Mori- deadly, more
cruel in its terrible sway, than the
united sum of all the oilier infectious ills that human llesh is heir
to. Complex though ii muy sei-m,
il is iu reality the exact measure
uud method of nature's swift re
venge for the dcllnanei- nl her
laws nf sanitation and hygiene, and
the adoption of unnatural and unhealthy conditions of life. Every intelligent person knows that consumption is a house disease. The
presence iu the home of r consumptive person, who i**. nol Informed
what he or she Bhould do lo prevent danger to others, is u real peril
to the members of the household,
whereas the conscientious nnd instructed aud intelligent is as. little
menace as the most healthy person
in the community. Notwithstanding
thii.   there are numerous homes     in
After Our
Recent
Burglar
Episodes
Wii know some oC yuu nre
ur mIi,mlil In*
Afraid lo go Hume in lhe Dark
anil ua usual wi* are right
Illl    till'     Mjnil     Witli    HC tj II.*
Iij;lil mi Iln* Bllbjuc. ill
tin* form »f a
Lantern
or p,*rliii|is jour need
runs along  Uu*  lini' nlil
Gasoline
Lighting
System
lint whatever it mny he.
in tin* lit-lit line, we can
accommodate you.
Kemps Cold Blast Lanterns Si ua
Dash Lanterns $1.50 to $3.00
Cadet Lantern.. 40c. each.
McCallum &Co
The Hardware Men
which, following tin- advent of the
Ilrsi cast- ami because of carelessness
successive victims are seized ami carried nway by the disease. Here
there is matter ior thought. Heredity does not plaj ihe part ii
was once thoughl it did. Althouirji
it prc-dlsposcs, yet it is now known
that Infection from existing cases
is tin- direct cause, ami without
;hat Infection there can he no consumption This being so we have il
iu our power to control thc greatest
known destroyer of human lid- I.i i
us each ask ourselves if we are
doing our duty in this matter, A
liel.l of work here suggests Itself,
which women should claim as largely their own. when tin* lirst case
of consumption appears In ihe household of a poor, nr Indeed any family. Then is lhe time when thut
family needs the ministration nt
some person who is tactful an.I
knows how to advise ami supervise
correctly. Such work lo he effective
must he ilom* through organized
societies. An opportunity is given
every city and town of Hritish Columbia lo form such societies. Kvery
member of tlie community is asked
to join, not wilh the Intention uf
devoting    time   ami effort     to the
wnrk at the expense nf lhe ordinary
avocations ol life. This is work
wliich may be carried nu quietly and
earnestly without nny ut the offensive ohlrusiveness which is so often
Ihe cause of failure in public endeavors.
That consumption may he cured,
uml can Ih- prevented should be the
motto of these societies, uiul wilt tin
doubl spur ih.-ui on to pnss on authorities lhe need of active and
practical assistance iu tbe cause.
The lirsi question that natural!)
arises, is whal do we know uf the
malady? Vm nil practical pm poses
it Is imw admitted thai it Is
only contracted in one win, namely,
the entry of ibe tuberculous genu
into the body, ti is also ndmitlcd
thai Ihis germ onlj comes from persons or animals affected with the
disease. Milk is the jiieat mirier
when it comes from animals, ami
sputum is ihe onl) medium by which
ii is conveyed from man to man. Thc
principle remains lhat the sick arc
passing ou tin- disease to those who
would not have been victims, if the
sick hail acted wisely.
Let us take a brief glance at the
hidden silent -side and we sec a mosl
pathetic picture. Infants absorbing
ileal h germs from I heir mot hers,
parental kisses poisoning the lips of
lhe little ones. Children infected
with the class room dust, workers in
shops and factories, aie l.n alhiii.',
the impure air of their fellows,
Ladies wearing ihe dainty things
over which some poor victim hns
been coughing her lite away, all linked together in lhe levelling presence
uf a Common curse. There is im
fialmv of our culture hul this dread
terror reaches, Nn precinct too sacred   but     its   silent footstep dares
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HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
CAPITAL SUBSCRIBED      -        $5,575,000.00
CAPITAL PAID UP     -      - 5,350,000.00
RESERVE      .... 5,330,000.00
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IKIN. KOBlSBT .TAFl'lUY, Vlco.l'roslilonl
Acooiiuts   ot   Ooruorntions,   Municipalities,    Meroliunts, ! I
Fijriuore anil Private tuillviclnijlij invited.
Drafts and Letters o( Oredil Ikhiii-iI uvnilablo In any part of ||
tlie world,
SAVINGS  DIOI'AIITMI-'.NT   -Special   attention ', j
given to HavingB  Bank Aoconnts,    DoposilB of $1.1)0   nnd
upwards received and Interest allowed from datoof deposit.
Cranbrook Branch: !'. W. SUPPLE, Mgr.
KOOTENAY TELEPHONE LINES, LIMITED
SUBSCRIBERS ADDED
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Capital Paid l'p $5,000,ono Reserve $5,900,000
Total Assets, Over $76,000,0(10
11. s. MOI.T, ['resident      K. U. l'KASE, General Manager
Accounts ot Ki--mi*. Corporation.** and Individual., solicited. ♦
tiiu-of town litiolnoBfl recelvoB every attention. ♦
HAVING*-*. ntil'AKTMKNT-DeptwIliof tl.io and nmvnrdfl iece vnl J
and i itoroat allowed ut current rato.   No formality or delay in t
withdrawing, T
A General Banking Business tiat-fnctcd. S
Cranhrook Branch: D. I). McLAWS, Manager J
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YES   SIR
■mir Cnrrififtcn mnl tVngoii mv lunile nf tlio*iamainnt«rialaii wi-ru tlio wti«e'«
of tlie (Im: r.irri*mi* .I*.-*-. It** [.iml Hub-srls in Si.nil. Africa. Yl.rtuml iln**/
were ui;. I- i>> tii<* -..nm- people Tmlliope llru'liemof Orlllln. Ontario, wlm
itiiarnnte.. worlnmanliip .onl material.
YI.S.V..1I .-ni *..in*iiiiii!.*v l.y l.tijii'i* jour Qrocerlei*, Flour, Peril, Uny, Grtdiis
101.1 nil Iclttili ••! mill Mini. Hiirm-H*. f-U-litlet-i, Sloiglm, CiiUpii*, i-lr. Irn **,
(lire im .1 -..'I mnl in- runviuced tint
our-* elmhere.
ol  nit   l llic mnl .|.iulil\ io 1 •[iml
The East Kootenay Produce and Provision House
Norhury Avenue   •   ■   Opposite the Auditorium
PHONE 109 BOX 891
No iioini* so guarded lun its gautil
shadow falls, lor nt pniacc ami
collage-door alike tlio "captain of tlie
men of tieat h" Impartially demands
Ins loll 'Die magnitude of the
problem is certainly appalling for
oul of every .seven deaths, between
sixteen ami thirty-Ave, (wo are due
1.1 Consumption, 15,000 die every
j ear in l-nnada and 2d(i in 11. ('.
This, from a disease which Hr. l*-*ag-
an says eon!.! In- entirely wiped onl
from British Columbia in 2-J years.
There are many proposals as lu
the best methods of handling consumptives. Some people advocate
them iK'iiiK treated in their own
home, others thai shacks or tents be
provided, while others advocate special hospitals. Tbe only objection lo
the latter is the tost. |-Yw Ihere
are who can afford lo pay even
$2.00 per day for any great length
of time.
Mere, too, untried methods or experiments uie proposed. The (iu.i-
given remedies, fresh air, suitable
food, rest and exercise, with cheerful surroundings, under expert supervision, have proved their efficiency II
is M*ry gratify iim to know that we
have a sanatarinm of so much promise at Tranquille, near Kamloops.
one advantage connected with such
au Institution is thai the admission
of a patient means the removal Irom
society of one source of contagion,
ami when such a person is return.-.!
lined or otherwise, Iii- or she is educated iu iln* care be should exercise
in his personal habits. Ami because
of ihis knowledge be Itccontcs an
educational Influence m his home and
surrounding    wi.il.- ,1 patient mlgbl
IK treated  BllCCCIWfull*   at     home,    lo
prevent    Infection ii is almost      a
rettninh   that  he .should he placet) 111
an Institution    until Ihoroughlj educated in   bis personal habits.
Anything lending io lower the tono
ol lhe general heal Hi may net as a
predisposing cause. Ilui every new
case ot tuberculosis comes from
some earlier case. The m rm under
favorable circumstances retains iis
vitality   foi       a long lime. We
Should nol risk having tnir homes
infected with dresses that have wiped up the sidewalks, nor -should we
risk moving into houses where in-J
dried persons have lived ami died.
Are lliere nol such places in Cranbrook? Have we not seen Hie Bleeping lent of a tubercular patient
used hv the children of the nclgh-j
borhood lor a piny house iliinn.-. Hie
day? If iheir was no infeeliou il
certainly was not due lo the care
taken to prevcul ll.
j TAKK NOTICK lhat 00 .lays nfler
'dale 1 Intend lo apply to Hu- Chief
' Commissioner of (.amis and Works
j for a license to prospect for coal and
petroleum on the lollowing-described lands in s. K. Kootenny district,
Block l.vi-l:
I Commencing nl a posl planted at
j ur near one (I) mile east of lhe
; C IMI. survey Mm- at the thirty-
j three (33) mile post, theme su
I chains west,    Ml chains south, 8(1
ehains east, mi chains north to pia.-e
I of commencement.
Harry II. Hughes, Locator,
• I. Livingston, Agent.
Sept   20th, IfllO. 33-91
THE CITV oi-' CALOAUY.
SKA LEI) TKNDKltS will In- re-
eeivtd by llie Commissioners of the
City of Calgary and addressed to the
undersigned, marked
"TENDER FOR STREET HAIL-
WAV TIES AM) POLES,"
until the seventh day of November
next, al IJ ..'clock noon, (or .sup
plying  the Cily  Willi  lies ami    poles
for   extension    to     Lhe     Municipal
SI reel Itailway.
Pull particulars uml specifications
mny he had ou application to the
Coiiimssioihis, city of Calgary;
marked cheque covering 5 per cent of
the amount of ilu- hid musl nc
companv   each louder.
Tin- lowest or any lendol nol necessarily accepted.
Dated nt Colgnry, Heplemhet Mth,
101(1.
W   It. Spcme,
:i*t-;*t cn\ clerk.
FOR SHIRT SATISFACTION
SEE THE NEW
BUCKSKIN cLOTH
SHIRT
Sold  wilh   Ihii twnmlM «IUch«d THE   UBANBUOOK    UJSIIALD
Elegant Stationery
An iiuluooniont to writu ia to use Good Stntionpry which
will pjlvo pleasure to the recipient of your letter. There
in uleniince iii thu tulle of mir speeial note paper
Lancaster Linen
A NKW  PAPER
A NKW 811A PK
Envelopes to Match.
Nute Piipei
IDuvolopcs
(Hie. ii lb.
60o, pky. of 75.
Sec Window Display.
Beattie-Murphy Co., Ltd.
H'llllllli  IT 1'AVfi 'I'll liliAJ,
Cranbrook and  Fort Steele, B.C.
OLD POLKS.
Arc not llm only onea who requlro
Glasses. Many a blind person would
Im ab'o to sea if they bad been provided
with glnst-a** in their young day*-. K
yon linvoa boy or gitl who c.ni|ilnltu
of headache, li Ing him or her to me.
I hive all modern instruments for eye
te-Hinij an'! a thoroiighlycfinipped lense
grinding planl. mill am in a position to
eope willi the most difficult eases.
W.   H.  WILSON
Jeweler, Cranbrook, B.C.
DEATH OF "BLIND RORY"
VICTIM OP TI'KAl'llKl.Y  OF AC-
(,)l  \I\T\VT.N IN" MIS  V()t Til,
WHO M-.PKIVI3I) HIM OP
EYESIGHT.
Another old timer of the west has
just passed away. Roderick A. Mc-
Oonnld, belter known as "11111111
K.ny," wns laid lo rest al Kernie on
Tuesday, lie left Cranbrook some
two weeks ago Io journey through
I.. Winnipeg, where he was hoping to
have the story of bis life edited ami
published In book form, Imt before
arriving at Kerala be was taken sick
ami ha.) to |,e taken from the
train and placed in the hospital He
laid (here fni two weeks sulterlng
from pleurisy ami passed aivay quietly last smi.lav. lie was V. years ol
nge.
ii was in (irattnn, Renfrew Coun-
iv. ihal i oung Roi;. flrsl saw thc
llghl iii thc yeai I8ff8, and 13
veais     later,        in      the full
strength ol lus young manhood
be became llic victim nl wicked envy
Ihni mdj i uhl i ■ conceived l.\ Ute
foul demon tbal I red Ilu hearl ol
Cain Tn ncherotis neipi ilntnnees
drew   liini    nwaj    fr  li s fntlh r's
bouse lo a  lo'i.'h      place  and ttcl
upon Ium Itory, strong, lithe nnd
robust, fougl I (hi m alone until
weigh I aii.I n n nt la is overpowered
him ami in* sunk unconscious to thc
ground,    Hi* nssnilnnta then dug tits
eyes out   and    (led.     Ile was afterwards found iu an unconscious   slate
and       alt    Ihe   eare     aud attention
possible   was given him.
"Oh, Lord! he cries, is this the fate
thou hast decreed for me?
A weary life before ine now; 1 never
more sliall see
Oh Lord! Thy will lie done,"
When lie recovered from this terrible alliictiou, and not wishing to he
dependent in any way upon his relatives, he studied his violin ami so
became the expert player be was
known practically throughout the
whole country, to be. Whilst he
was cut oft from the beauties of
nature aud many of the pleasures of
man, he yet was able to provide
happy hours for many men coming
Into town from the camps. Hy an
intuitive perception he seemed io
know just what music was most
suitable to the occasion.
LOCAL NOTES
Mrs. (Dr.) Green has gone down
to Spokane on a   brief visit.
Joe Jarvis bus been laid up this
week with rheumatism.
Otis Staples was in from Wvclillc
today.
Deal nl Leask and Sons and save
15 jier cent.
A. I-I. Watts was in from Walts
burg today.
D. J. and Mrs Johnson have returned trom their honeymoon trip to
the cast cities and Calgary.
K. W. Guernsey) ore buyer for the
Canadian Consolidated, was over
from Trail yesterday,
J. XI, Doyle, auditor for the P.
Burns company, was in town yes*
terday.
II. W. Supple, manager ol tlw
Imperial Dank, is back from a trip
to Uie coast.
C. 1-:. Ayre. of KIU. who has been
in town ibe past lew days, returned
home todaj
.Limes Middleton. who has been
working ou tin* government road,
left  Glasgow  last   Monday
Among Kort Steele visitors in
lown this week were Win. Carlin. A
Doyle and li   I.    Oalbralth.
C    |l.    McXab     was down        f	
Waldo during the week on a busincs!
tup.
i-'u-sii   fruit    arriving dally      nl
Little and   Atchison's.
.Ir. While, of ihe Harvey Hall M.u-
vln safe company. Calgary, was    In
town on  Mondav
Kred   llceves, ol    the  Cosmopolitan
w HAT? NICER
Df* A FINE NEtf
">3i
/'Wa**
1 'abovj;
CASt
At-tO
Tl:       AMD
J'COMFOP1
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1      ^tf
JUST   ASK   VOUR   WIITF.
IF SHE  WOULDN'T
LIKE   TO  HAVE
A NEW  RANGE?
SHE'LL  LIKE  TIIK  KIND WE   SELL.
COME,  SEE,
J. D. McBRIDE
HAKD-WAKT..  CRANBROOK. II.C.
hotel, is enjoying a vacation at
Windermere
J. II McLean, of the Old Curiosity Shop, has received another new
lot of oil   cloth and linoleum.     Just
arrived.
Remember the Presbyterian bazaar,
November I7fch.
Sam llaldwin lefl for Spokane ou
Tuesday, returning the following
day. lie leaves for Kngland on
Sunday for a short vacation.
Jas.     Hums,      formerly    ,,f     Burns
Bros., of ibis city, is al present in
Vancouver, where he purposes engaging in business.
Mrs (i W Patmore will in futun
receive on Hi,- iih Friday of tin
mon Ui ami nol lhe 1st ami 3rd ...
formerly,
MeCall Patterns ean now be secured ai ihe Cranlirook Drug and Book
Stoic. Vou will Ih- repaid if you
eall and    look them over,
A Dominion organ for sale clump,
at   lhe Old Curiosity Shop.
The Salvation \rmy are jubilant
over their lantern slide entertainment "Prom Ocean to Ocean," given
last Saturday.
Go to Little ami Atchison's lot
strictly Iresh eggs.
Last ovening M. a. Calrson ami
Miss Poster were united m marriage
by the Kev. R. Hughe A ul thu Methodist parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. Calr-
soti will reside in Cranhrook,
Miss Kennedy received au cnllius-
iuslic seud-ol. us she left un this
afternoon's train lor Winnipeg, after
spending a three weeks' vacation at
lhu home of W. P. Cameron.
c Hungorford Pollen left for Calgary this afternoon when- he will
meet Sir Thomas Shaughnessy lo
discuss K.C.K. matters.
FURNISHED DOOMS TO RENT-
Klectric light and bath room, $1(1
per month. Apply P. O. Dox 808,
city. 23-11
A special meeting of the cily council took place ou Tuesday to dispose
of the new Pin- Department bylaw*
C. Wand, the new fire chief, is due
lo arrive on Sunday.
Work commenced today on the new
C.P.It. land aud commercial telegraph ollices. W. it. neatly, the
original contractor, sublet tlie work
to Messrs. Maker and Danlield.
The I. C. S. opened a campaign in
town today, their headquarters lie-
Mr. Oeo. C. Egg, the district repre-
ing at the Beattie-Murphy store.
Mr. Geo. C. Egg, the distinct representative, is in charge.
Wc arc overstocked with Pertiii/er
and will sell at cost to clcur. All
sacked in I.'io lb. sucks—P. Burns &
Co., Limited. ,l0-2t
The (/iiaiu Klectrlcal Supvly company are Installing new lights in the
Mcthodlsl church this week, and the
Sash ami Door company arc putting
in new  windows.
P.  DeVere Hunt  has |»*rclui-*.l lol
ALARM
OLQCm
*J2 on Penwick n.i-i'.e. adjoiu'iig the
Lund Laud and )e' .-' ipitieii, company's new ollice. .nd will shortly
erect a business ollicc (hereon
WANTED.—A Rood general servant Applv Mrs. Brymner, turns-
den Ave. 32-11
Mr. and Mrs. Hunt and daUgbtei
Nellie, who have been tourln?) Hi-
principal cities of Europe, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. i o Tannhauser, of Port Steele, en route to
(belt hoim- iii Vancouver.
The l-'pworth League are arranglag
for a partj on tin- night oi
Hallowe'en. Mondav, OclobC] list,
iu the Oym. Pumpkin pies, toffee
ami a taffy pull arc among the ui
tractions
We are overstocked with Fertilize!
and will sell at cost in dear. All
sacked in ISO th sucks.-P. Burns A
Co . Limited. 3(k!l
Captains Kev. U Hughes and C
O. Mam wish lo thank the (an committee for iheir donation toward
tbe funds ol ihe Boy's Brigade, The
members of the Mr made greatly ap
predated the gift.
Captain Taylor, of the Salvation
Army, would tie pleaaed if any citl-
'.ns baring east ofi clothing to dispose <•( would drop Ium a posl
card, us he can put to good use
anv Hun-*; in this line.
The bus) burglars took it comparatively easy last night, and beyond
laying In a stock of apples appareni-
lv made no special effort to add to
recent accumulations, The apples
wen* secured from a waled ear in
the C.P.R, rrelghl yards.
WANTED—Young couple wish to
rent small bouse (partially furnished
preferred) by Christmas. Apply IV
0, Dox V. 2fi-tl
Rome few nights ago tlie busy bur
glatl visit nl a private residence ami
made a nice haul, in the shape ol
furs and eurfienters tools. Nn report of the robbery was made at
the time M llie victims thought it
wuuld do no good.
WANTED-—Young girl to help
witb light house work.—Mrs. C. I
Stevens. 34-21
Doth Secretaries Teet nnd Thomasson have expressed themselves lu
warm appreciation of the liberal
space given in Ihe Cranbrook Herald to the booming, not only of the
present Young Men's Christian association furnishing fund, but to (he
whole pioje.1 from the beginning.
The insiriiineiil.il music thai added
so considerably to tbe pleasure ol
Die Y.M.C.A. banquet on Mondav
evening was of a high order and
•■In il iti    fni|>i. nl     applause Mrs.
Wrightman, Miss Kerwiu nnd Messrs
Stevens, Sowrrhiilts ami Johnston
Contributed thli part of the programme.
"The Snrel o( Soul Winning Sue
Guaranteed
FROM
$1.50
Good Time Keeper
and will last
for years.
Repairs.
Our Repair Department is u
BeeHiruof Industry, but we ure
not to busy too jji\ t* your work the
best ol attention. Briiij; il along
find receive every satisfaction.
RAWORTH
BROS.
Jewelers ivntl   Opticians.
cess" will he thc subject al the
Baptist church nexl Sundaj morning. "The Oreat Divide" in the
case of Um Prodigal and his brother
in ihe evening. To make way for
ihe union services next ami following week the usual Young People's
and Weekly Mi.l Week Meeting will
nol In- held. Hourly prayerful
co-operation in lhe special elTorl is
earnestly invited.
Choice peaches, pears, cantaloupes,
eating apples and Tokay grapes at
Utile ami Atchison's.
(lus A mice 11 and daughter l-.llen returned home from Spokane yesterday. Ellen liii.i hern suffering for
some lime from her eyes nud her
father thoughl "lhe hesl wan none
lo good," ami so look her lo le al
tended lo by Dr. Hopkins, of that
city. Much good lias been oblulued
thereby and there is hopes <>f complete recovery.
TO LET—-Furnished rooms in
modern house dose to Raker street.
Apply Herald office. 20-tl
M. A. Macdonald leaves for Aud-
okei, N. it., by tonight's Flyer. Ihis going east on an Interesting mission ami will carry with him the
heart} goodwill ami besl wishes of
every citizen ol Cranbrook, Mr. nml
Mrs M A. Macdonald will bo bnek
iu Cranhrook alioul December 1st
Remember the Presbyterian ha'-i.n.
November 17th,
Colin Campbell, license inspector, spent several days in ami around
town this week. In company with
Constable Morns be Inspected Ibe
licensed premises .ii Marysville,
Klmberlej .unl Wycliffe. On Tuesday he was driven nut as far as
Canal Plata bv \ Hyde Itaker, returning vesierdav afternoon, having
madr a record run Mr. Campbell
left for Kernie tin* same dav
II- I. Mellride, ol Nelson, was in
town yesterda)
Hazelwood Double Jersey Butler-
milk tn In- had ONLY nl Little and
Uchlson's.
On Saturdav lasl n local Chinaman, named Quong Yuen, lost a
wallet, containing (120.29, ami he
was iu a area! sl.tt.- ol mind. Ilnp-
pily (or him his treat ire was found
hv two Cranhroo' |...-.s. \. tYaldon
ami I! llentlcy, by whom it was
promptly turned ovi i tu Uie chiel of
police and hy him restored to Qtiong
Yuen, who showed Ids appreciation
of the boys' hon.- •-. by presenting
each of thi-iii with a Itn hill.
Ileal at I.ea*-k and Sol I and save
I.i per cent.
The Knights or Pythias aud the
Pythian Sisters held a social In
their hall on Tuesday night. Whist
and danring were both enjoyed, Miss
Crace it. ll    winning   lhe   beautiful
little ciDCll given U '■■' whlll pli/e
for the ladies, and Ul S S lions-
Ion wi nn im; tin- gold emblematic
cull links that the K, I'.'l have been
playing a series nl  ga   I • loi.
Tbe    ii   c. Pin convention
opens in tbis citv nexl Tuesday nml
there is everv   prospeel  >-f a       large
attendance, i. Is in • hoped (here
will be a good n pn ■■■■ latlon    Irom
the coast    cltlCS  .< * "luai.i/all-Mi
is thoroughly provliw lal Koi lhe
entertainment ol the visitor*. ar<
rnngeiiieuis have been ade (or a
banqiH-1 and drives In ..II point*
'd interest in the district.
Kred Itrautt, brotbet of Jot Itrauli.
of the Canadian hotel, was broUghl
in yesterday from oil U.e ranch and
laken to the hospital It is feared
that his symptoms may develop In
to typhoid fever, bul it is hoped bj
enrefid nursing this may he avoided
ami a speedy rccoverj attained.
Kred only come onl weal the beginning  Ol  Sepleilllier   from Moli
treal to help develop his hrnlher'i
ranch, which lays well to the
south-east of the City
On Monday lasi lltnkmnai Hoy
Shaw met with an u fortunate ap*
cMenl *at Michel, Inch has o il
bim three fingers of ■ i** lell hand-
He was engaged in CO<ip1ihS, <«ts and
ns     ihe    locomotive bcelfed up hli
!i*£iK»iti.,:-.^-:f*wri
FALL   FOOTWEAR
For Ladies and Children
, .iii,.|i|  mill hf H i'^ ......I.lt-
lil. haml. ».H.    lli' "Mil*
II.,
Tin
NYh Blyles   *lunt Ii
II,
.*   you   will   liml  Hi
lul*..
est stoek. newest liist*-
1.11*1
Shoes TO KIT over
r00
We ure showing i
con
pleto nssortiiiont
A Proper Shoe lor  Every
Occasion.
5.1 75 Gun Metal Pump. A very
pretty style.
5475 Tan Suede Pump maile
with Oiibnn Heels anil
prettily beaded.
$.315 Rubber Heeled I Ixfords of
ii line kid. with or without
toe cap. A liiKh-olasa
comfortable Oxford.
Children's School Shoes iniide
of serviceable stock mid at all
prices ranging from 5i.no
to Si.a5.
$5*o(i   Patent.    Blueher    Welt,
Repp >.r Fos Top, graceful
$5,011 I i
T.
Metal, Welt,  Repp
au extremely stvlisli
$S-oo Tan Russia Calf. Uluel *
A Street Shoe that is neat,
dressy and durable,
McCreery Brothers
Cranbrook's Dry Goods & Clothing Stores
,cr*>tt<*K»n<*v*.; v*L*i*v»t7
HM.lII**.!.
lilll,"   lit,lll\    ftlt'l.lls
■Itirt
may
lii-iii
lilcasi'il t*
will In* relieved
hlad, nf N'elson.
iv,*  have somi
l.nl.    Illl
ll III*, pi
hen I
I*'ml li.i-
5 Jji- sliorl
will be
notion. Il<
.1.     I.iml-
creain
im
special orders lo
in \NKsoivi\n
ny*   unl,*. earlv -
overnmeal lus   in
agent in London   .1
plate lur prescnt-
Wheu you buy a range j,
peel  it lo last  for years.
why not buy a gi-od one V
Quality by all menus.   V011
every day in  the year.    A
one pays for  Itself:
never.     We   have
mentioned,
11 ex-
Then.
del
list* it
good
pour one
•  Quality
PATMORE Bros.
"The Range Store"
I IO     A -is
,i-nf hospital
mid
lirsi, second and third ;■
hit li.oni were iii|.|ii-d <>.i
brought Into Un* .st. l-.n,
foi treatment.
(Ircen    tomatoes   at l.ilii
Atchison's,
•las. (twin, Mrs. Kviiu, Mis Sot-
burj nnd Mis. Noble, bave returned
Irom several months slay in Ihri-
o!.l New Brunswick home. Mr, llyan
savs tbey thoroughly enjoyed theli
visit io i.i.1 Bocnea ami whilst they
found everything in a very satisfac-
lory ami progressive condition in
New Brunswick they are extreme!}
k I ad io he hack analn iu Cranbrook. Mr. Ityan will go down lo
the consi in tbe course ol a tew nays
io look u|i a bouse, his intention lieing to winter in Vancouver, hi tbe
rv.-ui <>( Ins liltinc residence on t!*>
(oast hi- will likely n-inain Ilu i.
I>. imaiiently.
We are overstocked with Fertilizer
and wilt sell at cost to clear. All
sacked in 130 Ih. lacks.—P. Hurns -.V
Co , Limited. 30-21
\\ II MaiiMicld. thr cr.n.ri. tvaiilcd
in connection with re.cut train iol»-
berles, who mu arrested here by
('iiui Dow M-veml days tuto, ban beeu
reiiuiii.hil lor n further (eriod ol
'. ■.' dsyi Msnsfleld is om- ol a
bad iituich of crooks, whi havi hen
working this Kctlon lor i*wt.e iim*'
put. chief nillespte, ii l.i'ihhrld^e,
has    been    Inst rumen I il  in running
st of Ihem down nnd II <h--
Cotiviction of  .Maiisl.eld can   be sic.i:-
i*.l iiu wor*.I ill iht* gang will be
behind burs foi some linn* in come.
Your eolith annoys you. Keep on
backing ami tearing the delicate
membranes ol vour throat if you
want   to I..* annoyed,  lint    if you
want relief)     want  to lie cured, tnKt-
Chamberlain*! Cough Remedy. Sold
by all druggisli and dealers.     M-ll
Kr.il W Sears, who has lieen employed  as   operator in the rommer
cial  other    here fot     the   [insl        sn
months, leaves (or Calgary on Run
da] 1" take charge ol Ihe tele
graph business ..( i* Burns ami com
pany, of ibat oity. which will no!
in- handled in their own general of
lacs   whan  au ii(itod.tti- lelegrapl
Tin ci
mean
chain*-
besl ;*
camps
there
greal    deal for H. I
as   •  w ll plao   ll ■■      in the
Mi ■   to Bupplj  Ti,,- i lathcad
Mr. M. \ ittle surmisi
will    In' a greal      ileal
l)o VOI   require i
I.Mile   .mil    AU'bf!
The provincial i
tiered through ns
handsome piece c
a tion to    iln* cruiser Italobow      ou
her arrival al    Victoria.     The     de-
: sign is heartily approved by Admiral
Kingsmlli, and provides     for a verv
handsome vase center-piece, tbe bau-
| dies formed respectively of tbe uaji*
! iti ami the bit; 'l"ri1 sheep of British
; Colum tua,   emblems   <■[   a   nautical
character being   at   tbe base.    The
I inscription i*, as follows  "Presented
by the province ol British Columbia
io U, m   c. S. Itainbow in welcome
recognition ...   ihis being   tbe   Brat
vessel of the Canadian navy   t..    be
stationed on   the Pacific cias*. ol th.
Dominion, and with the loyal     hope
ami belief that the Rainbow and her
successors  may  fulfil   their part     in
uniting ami strengthtolng the   naval
defences of tbe >*mpire.''
It is In time of sudden mishap ni
accident that Chamberlain*! Liniment
can Ik* relied upon to take the place
of the family doctor, who cannot
always be Toimd at the moment
Then it is that Chamberlain's Liniment is never found wanting
cases of sprains, cuts, wounds and
bruises Chamberlain's Liniment uW--.
out the soreness and drives away t
the pain. Sold by*,all druggists aad
dealers.  . , tt-tfj
A hold-up artist tried to rlo husi-j
ness in M..vie last night, but failed
to connect. lie was later arrested
and this afternoon appeared before
the local justice to explain hit eon*
duel. The would'be tbicf, ba *
itiil the red llghl dlitrlcl ind si
thc point of a gun had demanded
money from the onlv occupant 11
the quarter. The woman had none an I
the man left in disgust. Later
information of tlie affair reached the
local constable and he got busy. The
hold-up artist evidently intended
leaving Movie on the Klyer, but the
constable caught sight of him just
before he hoarded the train and ordered him to surrender. The hold-
Up man started to run, when a shot
from the constable's revolver brought
him lo a standstill and his arrest
f..|low-<il
Dick Gibbons, an old resident in
these parts and a well known lumberman, vvas found dead yesterdaj
morning at I*erry Creek, Gibbons
had recent I) been working on the
steam vhovcl out ui Un* creek ami
a week ago lasi Wednesday morn
ing quit work and* was nol again
Min until his dead body was found
yesterday morning on the rocks, the
supposition heing that he was
drowned. New*, ol the fatality was
brought into town and Constable
Morris and Coroner Connolly .ti
once h-it for thc scene to investigate
ami arrange for the funeral. Dick
Otbboni vvas a man of about 18
yeani of •*•■-•■ He had been around
these part!   for .< good many years
Olid  at  one   lime     had  Ih-iii      ii      the
employ of the C.N" I*. Lumber company, as a camp foreman, lie came
*.. IM In.m St. Caul, Minn .
where   he had      workul      for several
yearn In Uie Orcnl Northern machine
■hopi     lie   wns unmarried.
T  T* McVlltle,   of   Fori   Steele,
u.i,  in  lown     .luring    tlie  weel     Mt
McVittic hai been engaged in nirvey
work in the Platband district re
ecntty Pari ol his work conetsled
in the laying oul of a wagon road
from Corbin  to the boundary     line
littgal I the i
...       the near futun
tb   coal aud
It is a great coal i
even'.
busv
ai d Is bound I
and      ■ t el
!
tlUANT-MOHRLSON
At Calgai *.       .lis    Mar
gar.-'  Mori     n, I pi      this
was uni ted
......
fi :  p ...        I Livingstoni    Tbe new
Ij      . ■    . .     lelt tor Van.
: -.: -   riranl  will
reside in   t'alcart.
•5PRATT-M I ■•-.
VI tl
thi    :   ■      K      11 gbes,
Sprat t, rai t Cresl
.Minnie Mi • I     My Down, Ire-
atritnoQ)     on
: ■ t.    JI
arrive 11 land
tormy trip across
■; sn on   tl       KM-   Canada.
Tbe iwn re   I
Mr. and Mrs.
n   Spratt     ill take     ip tin El   ■
la Cre I
JUST CALL US UP
in I toll as >'.*,r onli r mid
onr wagon * ill Inirrj ynnt
HO n\n loyoa,   We i>■ f    I  ■
BliST SOFT DRINKS
thai it is poasiblu to make.
(»ur boveraKHt an p tri and
Bparkltng Voti «. uld lie
surprised nt the demand our
brnndi have en nil ■! V-1
ter Buy Toilai
East Kootenay ....tiling
Company
H.B.K.
Patent Ripless
Gloves
will outwear all others.
Extra pieces of leather
at the finger-tipi, conceal the (earns and protect the stitching. Made
to last and  poiitively
GUARANTEED
NOT TO RIP TllIC   (.HANIIHOOK   HEHALD
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
HAVE  INSTALLED IN  THB1R VAULT A  NEST OF
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES
IF YOU HAVE ANY
TITLE DEEDS. MORTGAGES, INSURANCE POLICIES,
OR OTHER VALUABLES
THEY SHOULD BE LODGED IN ONE OK THESE BOXES
171
FOK   FURTHER   INFORMATION  APPLV  TO
R. T. Brymner, flanager Cranbrook Branch
I   News of the District
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I w j gerous lo    llie     town, as thc Humes
I : were confined
l   coke
lhu vicinity ol   tho
The Black  bins wci'*-
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i    Mr. M.     Mtir-i.li>-. ii C.l'.lt. nlllcia;,
(Special correspondence.) | S]icii1  |.'rlilnj  In   town llie rucsI    ol
N'omliiatluji Octolier 21st. Tlio Sire-  ••■B sis,,'ri  *lrs   ''■ VVlmlDii.
iallsts      uro        getting       tomly     A oongiTiiinonnl mooting was hold
[or business.        ■*-,'. ., , ■» kn.,s I . *.>,> i.iun, .-liui.1,    'lues-
liiniii.il, uditur nf llie Dislilcl Led- ■■"I ,'*™,n'• l"1 ••"' purpono ol     or-
ger, is tu lie tlio enndiduto. Wo can- B""',/'I"K a  ""'"' ' ™«F'*ig on
not hope   to liavo a Socialist olecl*| "''"'!' ''"■'•"•-    ""' oi'nngolisllsts May
oil, nut the party is to ho congrntu-  '" 1'''"1'"
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We have one or two
Real  Estate   Snaps jj
If yon ur« looking for an investment or want to
purchnse a homo, it would Iw worth your
wbilo tu boo tm about it.
We have facilities for helping you in a financial way   X
Why  Pay Rent?
When u visit t*» us may enable you to buy a
I'omfortitMt* home.
luted on the wisdom shown in s<
looting such un iiiih- and intelligent
innii,       (in Sumlay evening i-uile   ;i
There will lie n meeting iu tin
husemeiil ol the I'leahylcrlan on Krl
dav uvenlna lo    organize a "Mm"!
large -ptlwrhig congregated in [roiitl c,u1'-"    ™* ' s "", confined to
• the Northern hotel to discuss the   u,° n"' v,,ns H>«rcliwbut men  of
1 ihe   eitv     v i.<> .in-     Interested
Socialist question.
A jirettj     wedding vvas soli-miiized
in    Knox Presbyterian church      on
Wednesday evening, Octolier "ith,   nt
il o'clock, when Win. A. Harrison and! •»-#4-»*>•*>->«
Lily Lewis were united in    the   hoi)   k
bonds of mutrimonv  by Kev. ll.  It,   ♦
Grant.    The happy couple will    n- . 2
side in Kernie.
Mi. .1. It. Hroley returned Irom
the eoasl Friday night.
Mr. anil Mrs. K. Wriggles Worth,
accompanied hy Mrs. Wriggles wor Hi's
father ami mothei, Mr. and Mrs.
l-'aiqualiisoii, left Monday moiling
for Vancouver
such work, .ui- reiiuesled lo bccoiu
inetnbers,
TheLONDON DIRECTORY
(I'l'IM.IMIIKlt   AS.SUA1.I.V)
tCnableo trailer.*: throughout the world
to uoinmunioate direct with   Knglinh
MANUFACTURERS and DEALERS
in eacli eliitH of good)-.    Itefiiles huing
a complete eommerciiil guide to London  uud   iln  Huliiirb.**,   the   dire.'tory
eontiiiiiN lists of
EXPORT   MERCHANTS
with   the  Goods   they f-hip, uiul t he
Colonial  and   Foreign   MmketN   they
supply;
STEAMSHIP   LINKS
arranged under tlie Porta to which they
nail, and indicating ihe approximate
siiiltnge;
PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICE 8
ol loading Mftutifitoturors, Merclnmta,
etc.,in the prluclpul provincial towns
ami iu.IiiHtiial centres of the United
Kingdom.
A copy of the eurrent edition will he
forwardedi freight paid, on receipt of
lWllit Order (or Hin.
HetileiH neeking AgOUcIuS Will mlver-
ttae their trade cards for "..'Or*., or larger
adverliHeinetilH from 'tOti.
The London Directory Co., Ltd.
25 Abchurch Line, London, K.C.
I BEALE & ELWELL, CRANBROOK, B.G.
PHONE 20 PHONE 20
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Planted  Fruit   Farm
For  Sale
I mil*- rrom Cranbrook, Mock No. 4, of
Cranbrook Irrigated Fruit Lands
Contains '> ticroa partly oleuretl and plinth*.!
with-5%) Appl..* 'L'raei, 100 Suiull fruit ami
501) Sftawborrictt. Oood House IM * 21.
Hoot House, Well, irrigation Ditch, anil Till
cords of wood on skid.
Price $1,200 on Easy Terms
APPLY TO
Wilmer Agency Co.,
WILMER,
li. C.
Tfouve
GOT
To Earn
MORE
It Isn't :t question utono of whether you
want ;i better s.-ilary— it's ;i hard condition
of Ufa that you must loco to protect j*our-
scU and those dcjwndent upon you,
ran can't stand still—\i you don't want
to };o backward, you must go forward-
that is you've go/ to earn nun:
Earning inure means holding a ln-tter
position—Independence, happiness, and a
chance to provide for the future.
Thousands upon thou and* who once held low,
poorly paid positions now con high salaries as a
result of letting the Isiirnaiion.vi, CoanaaPOl-fD*
bncb Schools show them how t.> accomplish thc
change. During last year about 4,000 students vol*
untarily reported Increases in Bnlary amounting tc
over two million dollars!   livery month an average'
report tit us .idvance11lent
YOUR start thi-- month?
HOW TO 00 IT
Simply mirk on the coupon
thc position you wish to secure,
then tear out and mail the coupon
to the International Correspondence Schools. This puts you
under no obligation whatever but
allows our experts to adapt a
Course lo your individual needs
and circuinstnnces
you've got to earn more money.
Thel.CS. will help you.
Witt you take the start today?
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DRAIN LEAKS.
The   innii in love with his wort
never    much   concerned about
whistle.
Men who laltor for the reward
piiidh approbation seldom hear
cheering
Thr hair ot the world liml i.s Ignorant ..I how lhe other hall lives
is also very generally unconcerned
about it.
Kniiiiy, Isn't il, hut the boj who
is so anxious nt eighteen tn have --
heavy h-eiitd is i-vi-ii more nnxlotlK al
forty In get rid of it
GATEWAY
(Special correspondence.)
Mrs. Mitchell, ..( Flagstone, I). 0.,
wns a (Ialeway visitor during the
week.
jNiiuiinii. I    Things have heen very active at the
Mrs.     McDonald,   who    has lieen   Gateway, IU'., Bonners Kerry camp,
ai..,. ii,.. „,,..,i,...I-  ii-ith Iht rlniinrh-1 nil     n .1...   r,...     il.»  .,,,, >ll_
i|ieiiditig tho slimmer with her datigh- nll    the supplies Ior    lhe new   rail
ler, Mrs, A. (Jammings, left Ior   her  road having been hauled across    thi
home in     Toronto   Saturday night,  river.
She vvas accompanied hy her son
The ladies ol Chris! church, Ket-
nie, gave the "Old Maids Convention" in the (irand Theatre Wednesday, October 12th, All lhe characters were worthily represented
and "old maids" were changed tu
"youths"  while you wailed.
On Friday morning last the cil!
/ens of Kernie were aroused Irom
iheir peaceful slumbers by Ihe fire
alarm, which always brings terror
I.t   the hearts ol Kernie people. How-
Mr,
ami
Mi
s.
Amos
.unl Sun arc in
llm.lu*
rs I
'Vi!
V.
Kiirsls
n( tlioir unfit',
ill*,  ll
i* W
nil.
Mr.
II.
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Large, cool,    dry   storehouse,
very safe, double doors, no entrance, except through private
yard.
Apply at Herald Olllec. 17-tl*
ENPI1E EXHIBITION
QKKAT HK1TAIX AM) IIKIt VOL-
O.NIKS TO SHOW TllKlll 1-0-
TKNTIALITIKS IN 1013,
Arrangements tor holding an lu-
perial cxhihition in London, proh.thtj
in 1015, are proceeding. Seeing the
good results which were obtained
hy the South African Products exhibition held in 1007, Sir I'leler Stewarl Bam, who is chairman of llie
general executive council ol the
South African National union, conceived the idea of a large Imperial
exhibition   io la- held in London.
It is stated that the year 1015 has
heen tentatively chosen because it is
hoped that the next empire conference will lie held in that year, because, on .lune :!.., 10)5, the prescnl
Prince of Wales will lie celebrating
his twciiiy-lir.sl birthday, and, Itir-
Ihcr, that year will he Ide sevea-
liundrcdth anniversary of Magna
Chili la. Exhibitions have heen held
iu London and other parts of thc
empire within the last twelve years
which have shown what foreign
countries can do in this direction,
hut it is a long time since an exhibition has been lu-ld in London
mowing what the mother country
tud the various oversea states can
produce and manufacture. It is
hoped that all purls nf the empire
will hr able to compete in a
friendly way to show exactly what
can in- produced and manufactured
by them.
It is intended that piuiuiueiit persons shall visit the various Hritish
oversea states in order to get
the people thoroughly interested iu
the scheme, and this will also have
lo he done in Kngland. Scotland,
Ireland anil Wales. It is hoped, indeed, that while ihe exhibition li
open the occasion may In- takoi
advantage of to hold rongresscf
which shall deal wilh questions ol
agriculture, commerce, press, shipping, education, etc.; in fact, all
matters that will lend lo bring the
mother country and the oversea
states closer together. All pro.it
from the exhibition will he used t.
further objects, in the Interests o
lhe empire.
A letter has been received from Mr
Chamberlain, staling thai In- think*
the scheme a g.H.il one, aud wishing
it every success. The same remark
applies to Mr. Winston Churchill and
Colonel Scely, under secretary ol
state (or Oreat Hritain. The high
commissioners (or Canada, South Africa and Australia have nol only
joined the committee, bul have
promised to give every assistance
possible. Sir W, I lull.lones, the
high commissioner for New Zealand,
whilst in full .sympathy with Iln*
movement, is at present in negotiation with his government on the
matter. Lord Stratheona has helped iu u great way lo gel prominent
Canadians interested in thc movement, and Viscount Mill, who is a
prominent member of the temporal*.
committee, left for Canada early ia
August,  with    this object in  view
Among those who have nir call J
joined the committee are: Lord
Shatlici.ua, high commissioner for
Canada; Sir (Ieorge lb-id, high commissioner [or Australia; Sir Itichar.l
Solomon,  high commissioner      lor
s ii Aitica; the Dukes of Marlborough, Westminster, Portland and
Somerset; Lord Kitchener; lhe Karl
nf Selbourne, late high commissioner
for South Africa; the Karl of
Mealb; Sir Krederlch Voung, vice-
president ol Hn- ltoyal Colonial Intitule; Sir Hamilton Goold-Adams,
ale governor of the Orange River
'oloi.v; Mr. Lionel (lichens, late
rcastircr-gi inr.il in the Transvaal
aider responsible government. Sir
(lllheri Parker, MP.; Mr. W.
Avers! Ingram, president Oof thc
ltoyal Hritish Colonial Society of
Vrtlsts; and Sir .lohn Cockburn.
Steps ar.- now heing taken in order
to get Uu- Lord Mavor of London
Interested in Uu- work, and if pc
slide to obtain permission for
meeting of he held at the Mansion
house, when Hu- whole scheme can
I.i- laid before the public, Sir Pieter
Stew,ui Ham will answer all inquiries a lih.sscd to him, care South
African National I'liion, (J3 London
wall
AMERICAN STATESMANSHIP
TIIK I . S. (iltOCKP.S AUK STAT-
KNWKN  AND TIIK STATESMEN  GROCERS.
■ lust al present some exceedingly
interesting Goldwin Smith reminiscences an- running lu McClure's
Magazine, from which the following
is clipped:
"I have always had a poor opinion
of American statesmanship. In the
I nited states Iho grocers are slates-
nun, (ho statesmen are grocers. Thc
l.-vi-l ot political Intelligence among
ihe people is probably higher than
it is in any other country. The aims
ol the statesmen are, for thc most
part, miserably low ami narrow.
Their Ireat men I of the Canadian
question, among other things, is a
proof of this. Their attention and
energies have been greatly absorbed
b) a it Higgle among a sol of corrupt interests for (he hcdevilineiit of
ilu- tnrlfl. The Interests being largely local, politics become parochial
as well as low. The term of the
member of the Mouse of Representatives is too short f.u political
training, and thai house is a chaos,
led, it al all, most Incongr sly  by
the speaker, who acts as the head of
I a partj      when he    ought  to he per-
feellj  impartial.     The exclusion    of
the ministers of stale from the leg-
< Isl nt ure deprives legislation of guidance .unl diverts the ministers of responsibility.      The ministers       are
creatures at a day, going oul of   office with tho   President, and seldom
, afterwards   remaining in public life,
J so   that    there can he no continuity
. of policy In      the department        of
foreign nffntrs or elsewhere. The senate being   comparatively permanent,
! as well   as    composed    of a rather
i more powerful class of men than thc
house, power gravitates to It, as   it
'seems    likely to become paramount,
j while ii is   itself becoming a representation of   log-rolling monopolies.
', Men whose private business is      im-
j porl anl are giving up their places   in
the House ol Hcprcseiitatives, feeling
that    ih. ir time spent there is wast-
* ml   The   weak points ol the American consul nt ion arc beginning to ap-
j |*nn.     Deference to    the false dlag-
Hotel Coeur D'Alene
Spokane, Wash.
A NEW AND
MODERN
HOTEL
(EUROPEAN
A modern equipped Cafe at moderate
prices
Kates fl.UU ami up per day
Corner of llownid Si. and Front Ave.
Our bus meets all trains
The Coeur D'Alene Company
BE  A   WELL   MAN
II vuu are Hick, BiifforhiK Irom nny illH-orilor, »■< n
euro .v.>ii-*l'l-.ltMANl-ATl,Y. Yon do nol have to
linger, Huffurtnu frum eluunsn, bvi-aiwi wv nr.- mi-dlml
H|.M'iiiliHi** wiiii ninny yonrs' nxporlunco treat lug mnl
curing Bueceaafullj* nil moil's ilitii'tii<i,H,
Honest Treatment
A  Sure  and   Permanent Cure  In
All   Diseases  of  Men
Nervous Weakness, Varicose Veins, Hydrocele, Blood
and Skin Dlmirdert*, Sores, liars, Kidney, bladder, nml
Rectal blsiirilL-r*-   anil all Special Ailments
common  to  men.
Host  Anatomical  Museum   in   tlie  North-west.
CONSULTATION   FREE
If you oat)not come to Bpokano for freo cousultntioii now,
write for our froo booklet.
Dr.   Kelley's   Huseum
2io Howard Street, Spokane, Wash.
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Stoves   and   Ranges
Wi- have just placed in stock n lull Iim-of Moffat's National
StoveH. Air-tit-lit Heaters, Box Stores, Wood BmneiB,
Wooil or Coal Combination anil Coal humors,
A ROOD ASSORTMENT   IN  ALT. THE Alton:.
A full line of Cook Stoves and Ranges.   (Mir prices nre
reasonable ami wo guarantee tho goods.
J. M. Agnew & Co., Elko, B. C.
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ri;..|*l:ll I..K-
J .C. Callahan, Mgr.
OVER es YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Patents
DCBIGN9
Copyrights Ac.
JV-ifnnt •m.llnR i >hftrh mu.1 drtc-*lnllr>n nut
tjnli-ki*/ nji-erimn mir i-i-rnt.-ii freo -".n-ilicr an
iiiv.-iiti-iti 111*1-..imii.it 'himmo, ('iiiiiiiiu.ilr-i-
lliiiwnrleil/niiiiniciitui. HANDBOOK on I'fitct.u
Mill fl-*** Ol *-*»l aif'-ti.'f fur MCUTli.gpalci.il.
PatrmM taken tfamuah Mtinu A C-j. re-.-t-.Tt
1-vri.i! rotlct, without MMM, lath*
Scientific American.
A hat-rtoo-rfly HlnrtrW»*-:l wi****!**.    lAt&*t clr-
ulallun ul any *• n-iuin.- ju-iriial. Irnii* lur
r-*ruU. H.T5 a 7«af, itotUi.-* *-ie|dl0. >uld Ij
al) WWHli'ialrl*.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEHEUY OIVEN
tlmt thirty days after date 1 intend
tn apply io tin* chief Commissioner
of Lands anil Works ami to tlu- Assistant Commissioner o( Lands and
Works for llic District of Kast
Kootenay, for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following ili-scrih.il land:
t'ommencinf*, at a post planted at
(lie S. W. corner of Lot (it 10, tlience
mi chains south, tlience Ml chains
east, tlience 8(1 chains north, thence
HU chains west to place ol lie-rimiiin;,
containing (MO acres, more or less
It. Cl. Ilcldcn, Locator,
Hat ire Lameroux, Agent.
Located Aug. 20th, I'llO.
Commencing at a post planted    ut
the    south-east   comer ol Lot lit lit,
thenee mi chains south, thenee      -SO
chains west, thence mi chains nortl
Ihenee HO Chains east  lo place of
iiegiimiiii1., containing 0*10 acres, more
or less.
A.  K   Wayland, Locator
Hat ice l.ainerotix, Agent,
Located Aug. 20til, HMO. 31-r.t
nosis of Montesquieu entered into Its
construction, nnd is now Interfering
with its working as a republican
counterpart of the constitution ot
(ireat Hritain.
"Such faith as I have iu the political tutu11- of (he American people
was formed by lluisc two years' residence iu a Utile American lown.
Ithaca, il a lair appeal could he
made to its sense, would settle
aright questions iu the treatment of
which Washington, under the Influence
ol sinister intents und shivery to
parly, fails."
A  Good   Home
is what is dear to every man. A homo
is where Peace, Comfort, Contentment,
and I'loiity is found. That is tin- reason
men throughout British Columbia, when
"Oranbrooft'' is mentioned think of tho
provisions Jos, Brault hns made for an
ideal homo nt tl ■-
Canadian Hotel
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THE
QUEEN'S HOTEL
11. I„ STl'PHKNS, Pro|l.
CALGARY, Alberta
The Hotel with "The Reputation"
You'll get your Money's Worth.
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It is the Smut' I'liicc
Tin.. Place tlmt is Popular
(limil us tin* llest
lli'tliT lliiiu the Real
( The Cosmopolitan
If you come onee,
Vou will collie ngum.
E. II. SMALL. Pbopbibti
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THE CUT YOU POINT OUT
i** Iln* mil' vuu i.'i'l ivhO ■ vuu Itnv
nir.il nl Iln- imirju'l. .Ilui Illl*
ijllniltltv vim miy vuu limit I. Minn
Vuu   will' got   inn.     llm    llalon I    <*>
ll.in'l nnli'i  Inn lillli*.    For nlli'l
vim*..,.! ii Iiibiu of nur il 1b you'll  X
Im.l  youtroll lll.li* mill BllJjOr Iii   Z
mil mora limn iihiiiI.   Try oui   T
in .-it t  itinli'tnl nl liilink* ii Innii'
lt'8 fur liottor, liiu*i nml 4-li.nI ,*i
P. BURNS & CO., Ltd. I
MEAT MARKET
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It would Ih* 1'iisv to I'd to liravcu
if wc vvcri* allowed to he tint note
jihJki's nl our own cimilnrt.
AsayaNeurall
THE    NEW/   REMEDY    FOR
Nervous Exhaustion
Physicians agree thut a vigorous
nervous system is essential to the
successful treatment nf Consumption. "ASAYA-NUOUAW," feeds
the nerves with Lecithin (obtained from eggs), the element required for nerve repair. Its use
maintains full nerve vigor, restores courage when hope is failing, and thus lends incalculable
aid In throwing oil the disease.
$1.50 per bottle," Local agent.
BEATTIE & ATCHISON
ARE  YOU   GOING  TO
VANCOUVER?
If you slop at tho
Hotel VanDecar
when you leave tlio C.IUi. Slut ion
ask for n ('nr going down Westminster Ave. tlio condnelor will
toll you where to get off,
101   KooniB, modern  equipment,
Intnl.-rati' rates.
L. B. VanDecar & Sons
I I'ltlll'llll'TUllS THK   0BANBBOOK2 IIKMMA)
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
W. F. QURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
Money tu loan on favorable terms.
CRANBKOOK.HItlTISH  COLUUBI,
Mrs, fi. Bent's
PRIVATE HOSPITAL
Evory care uiul comfort
A homo trom homo
Special attention iu uneos of
Maternity- Itlieumntism
llli.l   I'llOIIUIOIlill
Tor ma moderate
P.O. Hoi 781. Phone 9711
F. E. CORRISON
BANDMABTKII I'I TV BAND
,T Iii'i* i-l Slrilljj mnl
SI hinl liiHtiiiiniiii-,
I'llillll   TIIAINIill
OIIANUItOOK, ILU.
Miss Mabel Wellman
I'lmisl ainl Teacher
IVrlilli'iili'il nnjlll ill
llnliivilli* M..II.I nl Wlniii|ii.*[
DRS. KINO & OREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons,
OHIcs at Itnldnit, Armitroni Am,
OFFICE HOURS :
Forenoons 9.00 to 10.00
Afternoon. - • • 2.00 to 4.00
Ewilngs - - . - 7.30 to 8.30
j-jlllidaj-s - - - - 3 3D to   4.30
CRANBROOK :i    ll    ii    it    B, C
J.   W.   RUTLEDGE
VETERINARY SURGEON
Graduate   ol   Ontario   Volerliiarjr
Unlli'll,.. Toronto, in ISM
Orii.liiiili.nii.l Stednlllat nl SIcKilllp'l
Veterinary Golfac. Uhlcago,
In in o
Nine yearn experience in Veterinary
practice In Manitoba
Office—nexl dear to Poll Ollice
Phone 13V P.O. Box III
Nlgbtcnll-11. It. Short', Itwlilcuce
R. K. FUTA
Timothy and Oats
Hay
Grown onFiita'a li.ii.-h, Cranbrook
this season :v.-if
OH. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
a to 12 a.m.
1 to   6 p.m.
7 to   > p.m.
Office In new Rt*ld lllack
ORANBROOK        -      -       - B. 0.
JOSEPH RYAN
Notary Public
III Cosmopolitan Hotel
B.C.  LAND SURVEYORS
McVITTIE    &    PARKER
Oranbrook nml Fori Steele
IRRIGATION AND RAILWAY WORK
     A SPECIALTY
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J. (i. CUM Ml NOS    X
IRRIOtTION BNOINRRR X
DOMINION -.Nil PROVINCIAL I. Illl I
SIIRVIiVOK ♦
■rei0No'.'i43la Cranbrook, IS.C. *
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J. T.   LAIDLAW
MINING  ENGINEER
B.   C.   and   Surveyor
CRANBROOK     -      B. C.
CEORCE H. ASHWORTH
AUDITOR   AND   ACCOUNTANT
CRANBROOK, B.C.
Ask for Halcyon LITHIA WATER
For family ni-i* thoro in nothing
eo wliolnHuint* nml no jmro ne
HALCYON I.ITIIIA WATER.
SOLO AT ALL BARB
IT'S BOTTLED AT THE SPRINGS
DE VERE HUNT
AGENT
Life iHiil Fin. Ineilrnnco • Ileal Hetnlo
Ollice-Noxl ilooi to
I'oal Ofllce
Come In iiii.I lul. inn ijnnlo you rate.
F. C. Bwannell, O. L. S„ B. C. L. S.
A. I. Itoliertaon, II. C. 1,. H.
SWANNELL & ROBERTSON
Dominion and British Columbia
LAND SURVEYORS
P.O. Drawer 793 VICTORIA. I.C
W. It. OttttJ*, Kuii.ml Director
Craiit-rmk I). (I.
CENTURY RESTAURANT
Opjinaite O.P.R, Station
THE    PLACE    TO     GET    A
QUICK MEAL AMI    .
GOOD MEAL.
ROOMS TO RENT.
ITum1i|unrtere for uil kimla of
Repairs
•Sntisfiii'tiiiii (iiiiiriiiit«*il
JOE   MARAPODI
The Shoo S|H*i-iuliHt
Provenzano & Sacco
Gonsral Morchanti
Employment Agenta
CRANBROOK    -     B. C.
P. 0. BOX IM MORE 144
II yoo want satisfaction witb
your washing lend
it to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Sjieeial prices for family vork,
LADIES' HAIRDRESSINC PARLOR
HAIRDRESSINC,
SHAMPOO,   MANICURE
PRICE 50 C. EACH
Hoars 1 to S ji.iii.
Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 |>.m.
Sjieeial hoars van lie arranged when
required.
Hanson Avenue
Phone 317
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1 1 ■
; The Cranbrook Employment;;
and Real Estate Agency
HELP   PROVIDED
SITUATION'S  SECURED
Hi S|m 1 inlilv i. liiriiiKliiii,* lul..., lur
Lumber i',nuj,„.ii.--. Knllroml Con-
tritrlnTn, lti.1,-1-. nml lluilili'ln
J. Armour, Projirietor
1 ' Phone68    1'et.SJJS    P.O. Box 382
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THE WORKIHCMEH'S EMPLOYMENT
AND REAL ESTATE ACENCY
Is prepared to supply help, thilled 01
unskilled, on shortest possible notice, to Hnd employment and |uar-
antoe positions when sent out; to
rent houses and rooms and to sell
you fruit lands or other property for
a small commission.
Aildpeei-W. Parker. 313 Baker >t.
NELSON, 11. O. -tH-ly
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E. W. WIDDOWSON, ASSAY- *
ER AND CHEMlST.-l'hariea: *
Ootd, silver, copper or lead, tl *
eni-h. gold-silver, 11.SO, silver- *
lend, ll.Mi. gold-silver, with •:•
copper or lead, UM, tine, tt, *
sllver-lead-ilnc, S3. Prices lor *
other metals on application. *
■:*l.onj dlsUnoe 'phone 47. P.O. *
* Boi, C110J, Nelson, B.C.    U-ly*
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BLAIR BUSINESS
COLLEGE, OF
SPOKANE,
Tin* loading Builnen College
of tin* Northwest where young
people can receive u thorongli
bnilnesi training. Bhortltand,
Typewriting! Bookkeeping!
Commercial Law, etc. Board
and rooinn. nt very reasonable
rates. We secure poiltloni for
1'iirntiiiltmta. Our new bean-
tl folly ill-unrated catalop pent
free upon re-jucat.
 WRITS MB IT xow	
CH. BLAIR PRINCIPAL
28-121
THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hotel
Rooms with Baths.   'Phone in
every room
Harlior Bhopon the premises.
Thoroughly up-to-date.
Rates, $2.00 a day and up.
UEO. P. WKLI.8, Proprietor
B. TOMKIN, Manager
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I SOCIETY AND CHURCH J
I DIRECTORY J
ClIESCKNT LOUOE No. ii.'i
KNIOHTS ~oT PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m. at
Fraternity Hall.
J. M. Boyes, C. 0.
T. O. Jones, K. oi II. & S.
Visiting brethren   cordially invited
to attend.
LO.O.F., KEY CITY LODOE, No. 41
Meets every Monday
night at New Fraternity Hall. Sojourning Oddfellows oordlally Invited.
IV. S, Hall, C. .1  Little,
N- O. sec'y.
Cranhrook     Lodge,
«*? No* 34
A.F.  * A. M.
Regular meetings ou
the   third   Thursday
ol every month.
Visiting brethren welcomed.
W. F. Alliiili'i*. W.M.
E. W. Connolly, Secretary.
MAPLE LEAF REBEKAH LODOE
No. IU.
Meets every second and   fourth Wednesday at Fraternity Hall.
Sojourning   Itebekahi  cordially invited.
Miss E. Johnston, N. O.
Miss Hickenbotham, Sec'y.
PYTHIAN   SISTERS
FIDELITY TEMPLE NO. II.
Meets in   Fraternity Hall First and
Third Fridays.
T. Fraser, E. O,
M. MacKinnon, M. R. and C.
Visiting sisters cordially invited.
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, 8943
Meets In Carmen's Hall Second and
Fourth Thursday of each month at 8
p.m. sharp.
James Sims, Chief Ranger
L. Bent. Secretary.
Visiting brethren made welcome.
INDEPENDENT   ORDER OF FORESTERS.
Meets in Carmen's Hall second anil
lonrlli Tuesday ot each month al
x p.m. sharp.
Mrs. Lulu Hayward, Hee. Sec.
Mrs. Isnac Baxter, Chiel Ranger.
Visiting brethren  made welcome.
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!! CRANBROOK-FERME
I,     FARMERS' INSTITUTE
] [       President: T. s. Gat.
't ,        SecreUrr' S, MacooxaLD
. i Kor information regarding lantli
* - .tn-,1   agriculture   npplv   to the
1 > Secretary, Granbroolr* li. C.
] J Meeting
J       Every second Wednesday
Presbyterian Cburcb T
STATED SERVICES
e> Sunday morning lertice at 11 <
♦ o'clock
♦» Sunday    evening     service   at J
J 7.80 o'clock
♦ Sumlay      School   ami     Hilile ]
T        Olaai at 3 o'clock
J Presbyterian   Guild, Tueiday,
w at 8 o'clock
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Baptist Cburcb:
Pastor, Charles W.  King.
I-Brsonage, Norhury Aeenue.
'Phone, 281.      P. O. Box 117.1
  i
Regular Services:—Sunday, 11',
, a.m.    and    7.80   p.m.;   Bible
, School    with     Young   I»diee'
Phllethea    and    Young   Men's < *
Bible Class, 8 p.m.
Monday,   Young Peoples',   I
, P.m.
Wednesday, Mid-Week Meeting, * I
A cordial   Christian welcome
to all.
When in a Hurry
For n Car of
First-Class Timothy
Wire tlio
South Alberta Hay Growerc Ltd
E. O. Ambrose, Mgr.
PINCMER CREEK,     .     ALBERTA
FOR SALE
Second-ham]  Sawmill
Equipment
Kor imrjienliir. a|i|dy tu
A.   Lund,   Wardner,
llrill.h Ciluiiil.iii
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OLD COUNTRY NEWS I
INTERESTING ITEMS        I
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A novel feature of llie Festival of
i.iiipiru next summer will be the
licauty show for competitors o(
both sexes, In which the mosl beautiful women and the handsomest men
will compete, li will he one
ol llm biggest beauty show.** on record, for the iilcu is lo Invite the
most beautiful women nml the haml-
somest iiit-n from i!very overseas
state, as well as from England,
Ireland, Scotland and Wales, These
empire beauties will he accepted by
various local committees, ami they
will be representative of the colonies
tbey clime from. There will be
prizes for every group, and then thu
prize-winners will compote for the
final pri/e. A committee of artists
will he asked to act as judges,
Addressing a  party   of Glamorgan
farmers In   Dublin recently,  Mr. T.
W. KusseJl said he bad to tell them
i hat which would he grand news
throughout Ireland—namely, for tho
first time for many years tillage had
been increased in that country last
year by sometliing like 7ii,uou acres,
It had increased in overy one of thu
four provinces, ami Iho increase covered uil kinds uf Ullage. He wished,
however, that the farmers would
work at agriculture as a profession
for Iheir sons. Tbey had more
clerks than tbey knew what to du
with.
According to'lhe August return id
the numbers and nationalities of the
passengers lhat left or arrived in tlto
United Kingdom for or from places
out of Europe, 63,705 persons left
these shores last mouth, as compared
woth -IH.721 iu tho corresponding
month of lasl year. Of this number
.'.7,23.. were Hritish .subjects. There
were 27,liDI emigrants to pails of the
Hritish empire—IU,532 to British
.North America, 400(1 to Australia
and New Zealand, ami 2062 to Hritish South Africa. The total number
of emigrants Ior the eight months
ended August .'11 is 418,103, a large
increase over last year's figures—
304,601. The Hritish empire received 108,324, of whom 140,817 went tu
Hritish North America, us against
82,280 in the same period jn 1000,
and 25,154 to Australia ami New
/calami.
An ambitious scheme (which is
stated to have the entire approval
and co-operation of the war ollice)
for an empire tour of a naval and
military tournament, is being promoted hy a number of prominent
military men. The main object of
the undertaking is declared to be to
give ti filip to recruiting for the
army. The proceeds, afler working
expenses have beui met, are to he
devoted to the erection of a veterans' home in London, and, according
to an estimate which has been made,
£200,000 can he raised as the ru-
Milt of the tour, which will extend
ivet Ibree years. Airship and aeroplane ilights under service conditions
will form a feature ot each day's
programme, which otherwise will be
on the lines of (he annual tournament, but on a larger scale. Life
in tbe army and navy will be de-
ploted, and the uniforms, arms and
accoutrements used since thc early
Victorian era will be shown. There
will lie a fine spectacle entitled
••The ('barge of the Mght Brigade,"
and musical drives, physical drill,
tent-pegging, and other features are
to be Included. After touring Kngland, Canada, South Africa. Australia, New Zealand and the Indian empire will he Visited iu turn.
According to the bonrd ol Hade annual report on strikes and lock-outs
for 1009, the aggregate duration of
all the disputes amounted to two
and three-quarter million working
days—little more (ban a quarter oi
that recorded in 1008, and well he-
low thc average of tlie preceding
ten years. Exclusive of seamen and
agricultural laborers, the working
time lost averaged about a quarter
ot a day per head. Iu tho case of
11.2 per cent of the workpeople Involved in disputes, the results were
in favor of (he employees; In tlie
ease of 22.2 per cent in favor of the
employers; and in disputes nlTcOtlng
66 per cent of the workpeople directly involved compromises wire arrived
at.
England's oldest newspaper, the
"London Gazette,'' which was established in im;; and is ncartng its
:10,000th number, Is to have new
printers and publishers. The "(la/.
Ottc" has been printed and published
hy Messrs. Harrison, til St. Martin's
l.ane, for more than 1-ln years, hut
owing to new arrangements having
lieen made hy thu government stationery olliee a new contract has
boon entered into with Messrs. Wy-
mmi and Co. (Limited), of Fett-r
l.ane. At one time (he -'Gazette*'
was the first to publish war news—
anticipating the London newspapers.
Although the ''Gazette" was first is
sued in the reign of Charles 11 , it
was not registered at Ibe general
post olliee as a newspaper until two
years ago.
SHIRTS
INSURED
1 ALitj
It costs money to insure your
life oi' properly, bul II costs you
nothing io insure your shirts,
IF YOU WEAK TEB
Buckskin Cloth Sliirt
liecmise IT IS INSUilKD BY
THE MAKERS AGAINST
RIPPING. IP IT RIPS you *!
(mother shirl nbsolud ly IVec of
rliurgo in yon. This shirl insurance policy is allnclicd to
EACH H. B. K. BUCKSKIN
ULOTH SHIRT SOLD. As!:
your dealer to show you THE
SHIRT WHICH CANNOT RI?.
In it you'll find n heap of
ROOM, a heap of QUALITY,
und a heap of COMFORT, making three heaps of shirt SATISFACTION.
'*J..i„»*;A.*<?
H. B.K. BUTTONS .*,*u,*.l ..ii
hy hand—Cnunol num oil'.
H. B. K. BUTTON HOLES
liar-tacked—Cannol lirenk.
H. B. K. SEAMS .ill douhln
stitched and nnelmrcd IJanuol
rip.
Extremely largo body ami
lung sleeves.
For Sale by (lie Lendinr Dealeri
Throughout Canada.
Made and guaranteed Ly ihe
HUDSON BAY KHI1TING CO.,
MONTREAL.
Shurtmakers lo
The Workingman.
DON'T BUY BOTTLED PROMISES.
NEWBRO'S    HERPICIDE IS BOT-
TI.KD RESULTS.—RESI I.TS
ARE WHAT YOU
WANT.
\ Iccllng nl uncertainty, a ilrcail ol
jinssililt* disappointment always i^ik-s
with an "nil brand" liair prepara-
tinn. Tliat is part of Uio purchase,
just as inucli so us the lain.! mi llic
bottle.
You don'l gel this with a bottle
,if NYwbro's Herpicide. II Is not an
experiment, Ynu number among
j-our acquaintances ami friends hundreds who have used Herpicide with
.satisfaction, and ynu know that jnu
can dn the same.      The results ure
Iways positive, always right.
Newbro's I-lerplcide kills the dan-
ilrufl Ki'im ami stops [ailing hair.
Any druggist will sell ymi a one
dollar si/.c bottle under uu absolatc
guarantee.
Send 10c. in postage fnr sample
und booklet to The Herpicide Co.,
Dept, It., Detroit, Mich.
Applications obtained ul lhe hesl
barber shops.
Bcallii-.Miirjiliy Co., Ltd , Sjieiiul
Agents.
Fruit Trees
Ornamental Tree
Shade Trees
Shrubs
Wo have a large quantity of
choice Nursery stock and
wo offer tor sal..- Homo
(Irown Trees
Only
Coldstream Estate Nurseries
Proprietors Coldstream l'.st.<'.'
Co., Ltd.
VERNON, B, 0.
CRANBROOK  I.AM) DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OP  KAST KOOTKNAY.
Ber-
ap-
the
TAKE NOTICE that Percy
tram Hunt, ol Rowland, It. (.'.
cupation Mercliant, intends to
ply for permission to purchase
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one foot north from tlie northeast corner of Lot U151, being the
Initial post south-east corner; thence
north 10 chains, thence west 80
chains, tlience south 40 chalnr, tlience
east 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 320 acres, more
or less.
Percy Bertram Hunt, Locator
J. II. Hutchinson, Agent.
Dated July lltli, 1010. 28-01*
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OK KOOTKNAY.
TAKE NOTICK that Emma J.
Anderson, of Wyclille, Britiih Columbia, occupation, Married Woman, Intends to apply fur permission to
purchase tlie following described
land:
Commencing at a post planted
1 chains east ol Lot 10125, being thc
north-east corner of the C. o.
Staples purchase, thence west 1
chains to Uie south-east eurner ol
Lot 10125, thence north SU chains
to tlie north-cast corner ot Lot
10125, thence easl -1 chains, ihence
.south SU chains io the place or cotu-
menccment. and containing *i2 acres,
more ur less.
Kin ma J. Anderson.
Dated August 18th, llllO.        20-Ut
CRANBROOK LAM) DISTRICT.
DISTRICT  OP  KAST  KOOTKNAY-
TAKE NOTICE that Samuel paterson, of Rossland, It. C, occupation Merchant, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands.
Commencing at a post planted
about une fool cast from ibe norih-
uast corner ol Lot 0151, being the
initial post south-west corner, thence
lortii hi) chains, ihence east SU
chains, thenco south fiU chains,
thenee west *su chains to puint ol
commencement, ami containing 640
acres, more or less.
Samuel Paterson, Locator.
.1. 11. Hutchinson, Agent.
Dated July Uth, 1-J1U. 28-91*
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Examining Warehouse, Vancouver, B.C.," will be received at
this ollice until 4.UU p.m., on Wee-
nesday, October 2ti, 1-J10, fur the construction     of   an Examining   Ware-
I house, Vancouver, B.C.
I Plans, specification and form 'if
contract can he seen aud forms uf
tender obtained al   tlie office of Mr,
] Joseph Greenfield, resident architect,
J Winnipeg, Man., Mr. Wm. Henderson,
resident architect, Victoria, B.C., .it
the Post Ollice, Vancouver, and ,u
tills Department.
Persons tendering are notified tint
lenders will not he considered unless
made un llie printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and
places of residence. In the case oi
ium*., thu actual signature, the nature of the occupation and place of
residence ui each member oi the firm
must be given.
Each tender must he accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable lo the order of the
Uunorable the Minister oi Public
Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c )
of the amount uf the lender, which
will be forfeited if lhe person tendering decline to -.iiu-i into a contract when called upon to do so, or
fail to complete the wort contracted
(or. li the tender bo not accepted
the cheque will be returned.
The Department does not iuud itself to accept tlie lowest oi any
tender.
Hy order,
K   0. liKSi.OCHKUS,
Secretarj
Department uf Public Works,
Ottawa, September -i. 1910,
Newspapers %■*--1 ■ i nol be paid for
this advertisement it thej insert n
without authority from tbe Department. 3--ilt
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF KAST KOOTENAY*
TAKE NOTICE that James Clarence Helton, ol Rossland, B. C, occupation Merchant, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the fol-
lowlng described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one foot north of the northeast corner of Lot 0151, being the
initial post north-west corner; thence
south IU chains, thence east Su
chains, tlience north 40 chains,
thence west SO chains to point of
commencement, and containing 320
acres, more or less.
James Clarence Belton, Locator
J. II. Hutchinson, Agent.
Dated July 9th, 1910. 28-9t*
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF EAST KOOTKNAY.
TAKE NOTICK that Sydney
OeorgO Hunt, of Rossland, B. C,
occupation Merchant, intends to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one fool north from the northeast corner of Lot CUT, being the
Initial post south-east corner, thence
north -IU chains, thence west -10
chains, tlience south 40 chains,
thence east 40 chains to point of
commencement and containing DiU
acres, more or less.
Sydney (ieorge Hunt, Locator
J. II. Hutchinson, Agent.
Dated July Oth,  1310. 28-9t*
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
TAKE NOTICE lhat two animals,
Hie property of thc undersigned,
strayed from his premises on or
about the 9th inst. Description as
follows:
One chunky grey, almost white.
gelding. Weight between twelve ami
fourteen hundred imunds. White
inane and tail, steps short in front.
Very loppy.
One while mare wit1, the hip low
branded.
Above animals stfftVed from pasture St. Kugene Mission.
Anyone finding said animals rr
harbouring same will kindly communicate with the undersigned.
Information to he given to J. S.
Maekey, or the .North Star Lumber
Co., Cranbrook, D. C. 24-tf
FRANK DEZALL
(icncral lilacksmithing
Wagon Repairing;
Pflinting
Agentb fur Canada Rleyote Motors 0o,'i
lltlcycloi
Also Deorlng Mowers am] Itakti
I'lloNi*; 50
ALL KINDS OP REPAIRS
SYNOPSIS OK CANADIAN HOME-
sn.Ali REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lauds
within the Railway Beit in British
Columbia, may be homesteaded b)
auy person wbo is the sole bead of a
family, or any male over IS years ul
age, lo tbe exl :*' ■ I one-qoartet
beel iou uf lt*o acu-s, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
tbe local land oltic-e for the district
in which the land is situate. Entry
by proxy may, however, be made ou
certain conditions by the father,
mother, son, daughter, brother or
sister of an lnrending hon;**-,leader.
The homesteader is required to per-
for, tbe conditions connected therewith under one of the following
plans:
(1). .At least sn months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land iu
each year for three jiarr-.
{2). ll the father (or mother, if
the father is deceased), "( the
i.omesleader resides upon a farm in
the vicinity of the land entered for,
the requirements a.*- to residence may
be satisfied by such person residing
with  the father or mother.
13).   If the settler has his pi :■■■:.-
ent residence upon farming land owned by him in the vicinity of hi*,
homestead, the requirements as to
residence may be satisfied bj n Id
ence upon the said land.
Six months' notice in writing
should be given to the Commission.
er of Dominion Lands at Ottawa ol
intention to apply for pal
COAL.—Coal raining rights may be
leased f--r a period ol twenty-one
years at an aru.ual rental ol il per
acre. .Not more than J.'.T'i acres
shall be leased to one Individual nr
company. A royalty at tbe rate ol
five cents *kt ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
w. W CORY,
Deputy of the Minister ol the Interior. 2'»-2i;t
CKANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that Chailes (•'.
Anderson, of Wycliffe, Hritish Columbia, occupation Clerk, Intends to apply Ior permission to purchase thc
following described land:
Commencing at a pott planted nt
the* north-west corner of Lot 7038,
thence west 20 chains, threes WOtft
10 chains, thence east 80 chain-,
thence north ih chains to the place
of beginning, and containing Hn
acres, more or less.
Charles F. Anderson.
Dated  August  18th,  1910. 2!M»t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OP KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICK that David O. An- ,
dcrson,    of   Wycliffe, Hritish Columbia, occupation, Lumberman, Intends
to apply 'or    permission to purchase
the following described land:
Commenting at a post planted at
the north-west corner of Lot 10131;
Ihence south Sd chains to the .southwest corner of Lot 10181, thence
west i-i chains to the east boundary
of Lot 15tl2, thenee north Mi ehaini
following the east boundary of Lot
IIVI2, thence 40 chains to the place
ol commencement, and containing ■-.!■.
acres, more or less.
Da.i.l 0. Anderson.
Dated  August Mtd, 11)10,        au-Ut TIIK    Cil AN lUtO OK   HERALD
KNOX   PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH
Wliere the .speeial services will hi- held during lhe coining Iwo weeks, eo mincncing Kiltulaj  next, I
SHAUtitlNF.SSY COMING
('I'll.   I'UKSIIiKNT    EXPECTED
lu  VISIT CRANBROOK ON
Ills Itl'.TURN PROM Till*:
COAST,
Sir Thomas Siiati-jlniessy, |ii iittlenl
ol Un* C.l'.lt., is now making .* j(,ur
ul Un* mail, nnd will likely return
i Irom tile consl ll} way ol llie
Crous Nest Pass, staying oil in
Criinlirauk on liis wny through.
Sir Tlioi'ins Slmilgiinossy, iiresiileni
oi iln* Cniiinlian I'neilic railway, anil
on,* of Hi -real dgllftlB in the entire I'rtllro; *! world, wns .',7 yenrs oltl
Insl   Tin i   l.n       Sir  Tl as     was
lioin in Milwaukee on October tl,
1853. Hi I** mii ilu* battle of life on
los own icrouni when sixteen years
ol n. ,• lie enlel il railroail lile in
Hi,* |n.i * iliiniilnieiil ol Hie
Milwaukee nnd si. i'niil in.nl His
lirogi'cwi was ileady nml i*n|iiil anil
liromolloii lolloweil |iruiiinlloji, While
will, iln. iiilwnnkeo ronil Sliaiiglmes*
B'y mei Vim llorne, nml when llie
l.illri I,, i une general nilllingcr of
iln* Cnnniliiiii I'aelflo he minglil lo
-. cure :i r serviceH ol Slintiglinessy,
ho heriiine general juirclinitlng agent
ir Ilu* ii.*n|i.iiii in 1882, Mis rise
from il,,ii [xiini was sure ami uninterrupted. Oiilillltaill anil tireless
energy, eomhineil with unique aliilily
in railroad management, were the
key-notes   of   liis success.
In 1.S.V) lie became* nssislanl president ami in 181)1 a lllrcdot ol lhe
companj
h was .ui luiii* 12, 1808, llini Mr
Shnitglitiess) heeanic presiilonl of tbe
company nnd iln* controlling genius
*ii the grenl mail. In 1901 King
Edward VII. conlerroil on the president ol iiu* Canadian Pacific lhe
honor oi knighthood.
REV   II. E, KSOW1.ES
Who will eoiiiliiti union icrvlcca
Knox churcli foi iwo weeks.
II. II. S   IWIUAM
Who will net   as accompanist ilurin
purl of     Un*    sjieeial   services   i
Knox church.
poll  s U.K.-WolI    II I   pupa
\pjily S   .!. Harrison,* Wardner,   11.
i*     ' M-7t*
N.VI
A
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a -
« lli
lor
een I
bill
bill.
IONAI,    PROII1IHTIOS
NEW   ZEAL.Wll
hi ill shall nol be Imported Inti
' fiii-tiireil or sold in New /eal
I new ganibliiig hill |iroviiles
euhle ilcupotch   f i Wellinglou,! nliolltlon ol Ihe bookmaker.
., says: The   government created . .
uurprlsc    recently by IntroducingI
■eiisini! hill, Including n priq 11   WANTED TO HIV PltOM
national proliibltloii if 55 per —Aero tract, within mile
of Hit- voters    lavor it.    The | Mull able loe  gardening and
provides    lhat if national proh!-1 raising,       Address, stating
iu is enlorceil, intoxicating liquor   Ilox 'ill, fierrard, ll. C.
,, mainland.    A
lor Ibe
OWN Ell
o[ town.
pnullry
price,
nu* it'
RE sol veo
THAT DR£SSlHG WELL CONSISTS
IN DREtV/NG fROT-nWE SKIN OUT.
VOOMAY LOOK ALLRICHT OUTX/DE,
BUT YOU KNOW H(VriUCH BCTTER.
\Vb*) FEEL IN NICE UNDER V/eAR..
HALF THC CO-iFORT AND PLEASURE
is m \Mf\Ti$ NExTib your    ~
SKIN. BVSTtR BROWiV.
AT IZA6T ONE MAN KNOW.5 WHAT -SORT OF
UNDERWEAR YOU WEAR AND HE IJ THE BE.ST
MAN TOR YOU To BE ON fiOOD TERMJ WITH.
SILT RE-SPECr 15 THE BEJT RESPECT; FOR
WHEN A MAN RE.SPECT.S H1MJELF OTHERJ
REj-PECT HIM. CAN YoU HAVE A GOOD OPINION OF YOUR5ELF--EVEN THOUGH YOU WEAR
CiOOD CLOTHE5 ON THE oUT*ilDE-—IF YOU
DON'T HAVE GOOD UNDERWEAR NEXT TO YOUR
.SKIN. WE CAN MAKE YOU REJPECT YOURSELF BY GIVING YOU
OUR LEADERJUIT OF UNDERWEAR FOR.    *2.00
A BETTER SUIT OF UNDERWEAR FOR     $2.50
THE BEST SUIT OF " " $6.00
GOOD SOCKS, PER PAIR 35
TINE SOCKS, PER PAIR. 50
UNION SUITS. FROM $3.50 TO $5.00
SOME PEOPLE LIKE UNION SUITS. WE CAN
PLEASE YOU IN UNDERWEAR.
RESPECTFULLY,
A. C. PYE
tVANGfcLICAL MISSION
OPKX8  IN   KNn\   i HI i.< ll  SI V
DAY MOt.N!V. *■ li**T AMI
WILL CONTlNI I. I «>)*
TWO WKEUS.
Willi m*\i Sumlay, October 'tilt.
lliere opeiifl in Knox (.'liurcli a mission uf Bone nnd strung evangelism
These services an a concentrnled effort to present tin* claims nf Ood ami
uf Christ upon tlm people nf t'rnn-
iiiuuk. to ii.-i*pi n ami strengthen thi
moral ami spiritual life of Hn- chur*
cites, ami lid religion tu iis propel
level in ihr coin muni tj.
The mission, will \te contlttctcd bj
Iter, It. K Knowles, nl (latt, om..
whose portrait appears in this issue. Mr. Knowles will he supported
bj Kev. I', ll. Thornton, of Col-
borne, Onl , ami singer ami choir
leader.
A union choir nf forty voices will
lend the Bcrviccs of song as well as
render special selections Tlicrc is
uggrotion uf professional evange-
lism nhout Hn- movement, both men
being successful pastors who are klistV-
h loaned by their congregations for
tin- Bpeclal effort. Ii is a grand
rally to the Christian forces of
Cranbrook iu an effort tu Invigorate
Iln- t-liiiri-hi-s, in recall deserters to
loyalty tn Hint Master, ami purify
social conditions liy leading men
aini women Into right relations with
(lod. Plain, practical ami helpful
messages will in* given, ami bright,
In-arty singing will a.iii attractiveness to the gathering*.
The services will In- held on everj
week nlghl except Saturday, nl 8
o'clock, ami special meetings lot tin
children will tn- arranged in the
afternoons Tin- meetings held In
Knox church un* part uf a slmul
lam-mis mission which is lo embrace
iln- whole County of Kootenay ami
is a movement which should coin*
iii-iul 11 self to everj right thinking
person as well as um theli sym
path] .unI practical sup]mt. The
iiu'it conducting the campaign recelw
nu lu.aiicial remuneration whatever
from local sources, their salaries being paid bj thc general assembly's
committee Offerings (nr tin- purely
local expenses will Ik* asked fnr al
tlie closing nights nf the mission,
which Hues to the support nl evangelism in the church ai large. What-
|evcr criticisms may have been jus*
titied in past movements of n
similar nature, certalnl) nothing lun
approval can follow the generous arrangement of this special ellort.
A special conference between the
mlssloners and Christian forces oi
the cily will lake place tn Knox
school room Prhlay evening al **
o'clock. Tin* real campaign will begin Sumlay morning at 11 o'clock,
1101 STON MKM'oi.lAI,
Maiij uld*timers througiiotit Kast
Kootciin*> will welcome the opportunity afforded l.\ the Herald to contribute to tin- futnl Hint is being
raised in Nelson bj friends and acquaintances ..[ ihe late John Houston, which is tu in* devoted to
tin- erection nf a permanent memorial to that well known and vigorous
journalist.
The Herald has heen authorized to
receive ami acknowledge subscriptions
• this   ['in*.,    which an- limited to
1.00.
Thc Herald tal.es pleasure in    nc-
iiowledgint; the flrsl subscription t"
hand:
T. T. McVittic .. U.OO
iii!
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Dr. Jaeger
Has a World Wide Reputation for making Men's Health
diving Wearing Apparel. Wc arc the Selling Agents
here, for these Famous Garments.
We have in stock Men's Underwear, Hosiery,
Gloves, Neck Protectors, Sweaters, Vests, Caps, Slippers*
Hygienic Belts, Colic Kelts, Knee Warmers. These goods
are made of thc very best material in (lie most up-to-
date  manner and arc guaranteed to give satisfaction in
every way.
See Our Window.
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Chamberlain's Cough Homed; has
become famous for its cures ol
coughs, Colds, croup ami Influent.-!.
Try it when iii need, it contains no
harmful substance and always gives
prompt relief. Sold hy all ring*
gists ami dealers M a
At Spokane Interstate Fair
and .Some Lessons it Taught
(Continued from page one.)
vision fur getting the exlilhlts at Ihe
puini where thev will be prepared
fot delivery ai ihe exhibition; ilur.l,
>ii making a careful examination of
lhe prize catalogue ami selecting the
in which tin* exhibits will
e; ami fourth, tn having the
exhibits displayed in proper time ami
n suitable form fm Hn- Inspection
I tin- judges. This is not the time
i place to go further Into those
matters, but thej will hereafter lc
touched on. line thing, musl, however. I..* said in Ibis relation: Hail
tin- exhibits of fruit, cram ami vegc-
'..:.:. rhown al thc Cranbrook fair
last imuilh l.ecii put aside ami
properly stored, looked after and dc-
llvercil ou Hu* Spnkane fait grounds
,i cleat week before tin- npciiinj*.
thm Cranbrooh would have made a
record, it is greatlj owing to the
fact that tin- Alberta people planned Hi.-ir ul tae*. on tin* pri/e list
months in advance ami hail their
slmw coses speciolly designed, constructed and provided with a complete electrical Instalation for light,
etc., tbat tiny wen* ready for the
bulges ..ii September 30th, two days
lifi.'ir Hn- material arrived lur llic
Cranbrook stall. Speaking «.l Al
iien.i. the) certalnl) nave their opponents from all areas where dry
farming is in vogue an awful beat*
ing, winning amongsl other prizes,
first, second and third in spring
wheal, lirst. second ami third in
wintei wheat, tirsl for oats, liisi fui
In i varlctj ol early potatoes* tirsi
fui tin* moat artistic displaj open
in ant state, eountrj or county, and
Hie world's pri/e tor the lineal dls
pl,i\ ni win-Hi Tin- dry farmers from
Ihe I'.iimiM' country exhausted the
t%ngl h language "f iis last posilbl
iiti.- in expressing thclt disgust,
n*.t ti.it Hi. tlberta men had won,
bul that Hicv bad proveil their superiors in a style of agriculture
that ihey seemed lu think lirst wus
exploited amongst ihem.
li   was a great success Irom even
possible point       nl view except that
Hn- weather for Hu   lirst two   days
Was as    bad as    il could he.    The
flrsl day, Monday,  trd October, was
one of the Wildest and wettest   ever
experienced   in     tlie Inland Kmpire.
Tuesday picked   up somewhat      and.
Irom I lien on it    improved and culminated in a glorious burst of    nn-.
clouded  sunshine on Saturday,    the
closing day of tin- fan     To     even!
mention a    Hal   •■( ihe endless   ai-|
tractions would run this article     to]
an inordinate length,  but to     close
without a   ten   special word      of
thanks fot thn kindness and courtesy
of the ullieials responsible for thc
success of the fair would he milk
Ingratitude.
Itoberl II. Cosgrovc, the malinger
uf the entire exhibition, in the face
of the enormous mass ol worrying
detail he had to deal with, always
found time and. what was better,
tin* most perfect courtesy ami consideration to deal with the wants
of the exhibitors from British Columbia. This is Hie spirit thai will
go far to Induce tlie jieople from tin
Kootenay country ami every othei
part of the province to repeat llieii
very pleasant experiences at his
hands. Ile was most ably seconded
by .Messrs. tt. I). I'aiiiielcc and .1
ll. Ueaglcy, the superintendent ami
assistant superintendent rcspcctivelj.
of exhibits. Those gentlemen found a
pleasure iu detecting a want lienor there and personally supplying
it. To Mr. Parinolec, especially.
Cranbrook extends lur thanks. These
were the men who got tilings done;
who accomplished things; saw a want
ami supplied it, aud made no compliment <'f it. cither.
tt'c recently bad with us here In
Cranbrook Mr. I.. K Armstroug who
took charge ol the mineral exhibit.
He ami his assistant. Mr V. It
lloskins, short though their visit In
this section was, stimulated au in
icrest iu minerals such as Kast
Kootenay has not known for years
ami Cranbrook never knew before.
At tlie fair tliey were tlie very
soul of thc thing. They knew everj
exhibit like the owner, boosted with
tbe utmost impartiality fur each
every tiling shown, helped with theli
knowledge when knowledge a as
worth while and entirely surpassed
all expectations in the tine of courtesy am) consideration. The hardest
part of their work wus over ut the
opening of the fair, but the arranging of tbe heavy masses of on-, numbering the exhibits, lising tbe beautiful decorations unit so on for iIn-
previous w.tk or ten days must
have been severe and exacting exertion.
Mr Kred Itussell, speaking of his
experience at the fair, remarked thai
Cratibrook. was the only place iu
Kast Kootenay directly represented,
except in mineral exhibits, ami
whilst some of the best or Cranbrook's grain exhibits had bet-n spoil
ed on the way down, lhe whole
showing compared favorably with
any others, main were bigger, hul
none better
Visitors expressed surprise at the
quality of stutr grown in Cranbrook district ami scores declared
their Intention <d visiting this section.
From observations mode at Unfair Mr. Itussell is of tbe opinion
lhat it would Ih- a goud move on
Iln- part of tbe hoard ol trade t.
secure B room when* a permanent
exhibit of the products ot Ihis ltd
trict ould in* maintained, the as
seiuliling of wbieb should he con
meneed next year.
If Cranbrook dislriel decide to
exhibit al S|mkuuc anolher year,
Mr. Itussell is strongly of the opinion that arrangements should be
completed early in the season to get
togeiber exhibits. The leaving of
this matter until the last moment iv
disastrous to the accumulation of a
really worthy exhibit. Again special arrangements should he made
iu advance tor the through shipment ot exhibits. On tbis occasion
Cranbrook's   exhibit  was delayed iu
transfer several dins b> the customs
officials.
Mr. Itussell expressed the keenest
appreciation of the courtesies and
assistance rendered him by the fair
officials*
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•i
A GOOD FRIEND
in Hiueof need is a buttle,
ni Haiuleisoii'a Muimiiilti
Dew. (iuod judg-js lell
us lhat thi- whi-key in
equal lonoytliliig known
und   superior   to   most,
ask toi;
Sandcrsen's Mountain Dew
A. L McDERMOT
WliolMaloWineMercliMit
*********************************************
TO RENT rill'.AI'-I.uruc wnrni
stable with hay lull ami Iced liiu
alinYc. fan lie nsi'il us watelioune.
Apply at Herald ollice. ■Jiili*
■1.11)1 111!   ACT,   mill."
(Section 13 I
NOTICE IS HKllKliV (UVI'.n!
thai uu tin* first day ul Itccemhcr
next, application will In* made lo
tin* Sii|iriiiit|.|)iliiii ol Provincial Police lor a rcacwal ..I the hotel II-
ei'itsr to sell liquor liy retail in
(he hotel known as ihe ■*|.'**iu
View Hotel," situate al Marysville,
II. I'.. in tin* I'rorliice ol Hritish
Columhlo.
Dated   this    13th   day nl I'ctobcr,
1010.
ll-.-ii ('has   K. Pinch.
t'llANUHOOK I.AM> DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OK KOOTENAY.
I, Thomas Wm, Barnes, intend to
apply lor permission (o purchase
eighty* (80) acres ni laml honaded as
follows:
Commencing al Uiis posl (bolag
planted al the sniitli-east corner ul
Lot mm:, Qroup 1. Kootenay District j. thence casi Jn chains, thence
north in chains, tlii'iice west 21"
chains, thenee south 10 chains.
Thos. Win. Haines.
mii October; lolo. si-nt
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
lhat no person is permitted to use,
barter or sell, or in nny way Interfere with or dispose ol nny ol thc
Biiods and chattels or belongings nl
the llolilnson-McKen/.ie Lumber Com
pany, Limited, without tbe written
authority ol the undersigned.
Dated tbe lib day ol October, A.D.
1010.
Roblnsott-McKentlo    Lomlier    Company, Limited. 33-81
FOR SALE ^
AT OWNERS PRICE
■1-0 Acres   of Proirio Laml
on Si.  Mary's Prairie.   All
Kood'liuul Iml JO nens
PRICE $12.50 PER ACRE
Olio thinl cash i bnlnnco one,
two years,
FRED. A. RUSSELL
CRANBROOK, B.C.    BOX 144
-*-* *****
NO.      | ait)
0KRT1PICATK OP Till'. KKMH
TIIATION OK \\ i:\TU \
IMtOVINCIAI, COMPANY.
"COMPANIKS ACT, ix.17."
i iii.itt.itY n.imi-Y thai    tlw
Kort Steele Placer Mining Coin-
patty," nn ox Ira-provincial company,
hns this day registered n;*. 11 company unilcr iln- "Companies Av\,
I8D7," to carry ottt ut effect alt 01
.11.; ni tin* objects ot tlte Company
tn wliich tlie legislative authority of
tho Legislature ol Hritish Columbia
extends ojtcept iln- construction mnl
working ol railways.
Tlie in-aii oiiiee nt tin* Company Is
.situate at thr City ol Seattle,
County oi KIhk, stale of Washington.
The 11111mint ol capital stoek of the
Company is One ll.iiulrnl nml Kilty
Thousand Dollars, divided Into one
hundred mid fifty tlu.iis.iinl shares of
Om* llolhi- 1.. .1
The head office of tho Company in
this Province is situate at Cranbrook and Hoy Martin, free milter,
whoso address is Cranhrook, aforesaid, is the attorney for the Company, not empowered In issue and
transfer stock.
The time of the existence of the
Company is Fifty Years (ram the
30th day ol November, l.m.t. Tho
Company is limited.
Given under my hand and seal of
office at Yietoria. Province ol liritisli Columbia, this 20th day ol
June, -.'lie Thousand Nine Hundred
and Ten.
(I..s.) J, p, Mcl-eod,
Acting    Registrar    Joint     Slock
Companies.
The objccl-s for which tin* Company has lieen established ami regit)
tered are:
To enter, acquire, own or lease
mines,    mineral     lands   and mining
.minis of any and ovory kind ami
my interest or concerning
ih.' same,   ami tn   prosecute,  worta
md develop  Iln-    same iiih.-i tor
Itself, or fni nititi persons nr    coi
atlotis lipotl  BUell  lelins iiii.I      fot
Bitch remuneration as it shall deem
hi .11 proper; ami iu connection with
the working of sm-li mine and thn
products or ores nnd minerals therefrom, io reduce all such ores nml
aim-rain to prolllahlo merchantable
value nud to sell, exchange or nlher-
wise disposi- of Ihe. same, ami 111
connection Ihorewlth to contract lot,
build, hny or otherwise acquire, own
operate ami dispose of, nil necessary
buildings, millsites, water rights,
mills, smelters, machinery, roads,
railroads, tramways, terminal facilities, ditches, flumes and such other
property us may lie necessary and
proper lo its corporate objects, mid
to acquire, own, control, or dispose
of stock nl other corporations, mid
lo engage in trade of every kind as
well as in transportation, and to do
everything else that may he directly
or Indirectly conducive to any of the
Objects of the Companv, as well as
to contribute to, subsidize or otherwise aid or lake part In such Opcra-
tion. SWt

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