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IF YOU WANT CRANBROOK TO GROW, PATRONIZE HOME ENTERPRISE
VOLUMK   13
('■ItANISItotik.    ItltlTISII   COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY, .MARCH  84, 1910
NO. 4
HOME FROM VICTORIA
THOS.     CAVEN,    M.P.P.,    WELL
PLEASED    WITH   RESULTS
OK    LEGISLATIVE SESSIONS-MANY    IMPORTANT PUBLIC WORKS.
Tlios. I'uvi'ii, M.P.B., returned
from    Victoria   last Sunday!    Mr.
C'UVOtl  looks UOIIO  Ihr  wiitr.11 Tor    Llic
strenuous session ul Mil' lugislntufu
lie luis just pnssod through, Ho says
Unit Iho m.'iiil.iT.i liaii Id work hard
n mid put in longer hours l|inn h/i
liml I'vif droninotl nl. Howovor, liu
is well |ilcflS0(l willi llic result ul Ins
labors, lu add I lion tn scouring n
voto ni $115,000 (or general rood work
throughout tlio riding, Mr. Caven bo-
ouroil u spoolal voio ol (12,000 lnr
llm lin media to construction ni a
bridge across tin* si. Mary's at Wy-
ellfty. This work is tn he commenced dirccllv llic Kindlier bridge
is complctod it is In to ml ml to
shorten up the route between Cranlirook nnd Eilarysvllto ami Kimbcrlcy
very materially. A road will lio
constructeil Irom Cranbrook in Wy-
cllfTo, by nay nf (he hospital gulch
nud thenco by ibe new bridge
straight iti to Marysville and Kimherley.
in reference to the appropriations
for "demonstration farms in Kootenay, Mr. Caven intimates thai a government expert will make n survey of
tbe Kootenay district for tho purpose.of selecting tho best sites, and
be is hopeful nf securing one in the
vicinity of Cranbrook, though it is
possible that Curzon Junction
will he the si to picked upon. A ixhv
school building for Moyie is another
matter which .Air. Caven has Interested himself in and lie bas the pro*
mise of tlie minister of education
that immediate steps will In- taken
to investigate the requirements of
Movie in this respect and proceed
with the erection of a new school
building, if found to be necessary, a
conclusion Mr. Caven says he is
absolutely certain of for the present
school accommodation In Movie is
most inadequate and unsatisfactory.
Speaking in reference to Public
Works Minister Taylor's scheme for
a through waeon rood from the
coast to the Alberts boundary, Mr.
Caven said that this scheme would he
given effect to as speed 11 v as possible. There will probably Ih, two
branches to ibis road, one along tho
mainline ami the othcr in the south,
traversing the constituencies /*f Fernle. Cronbrook*aud Ymir. The matter is lan-eh in the hands -W the
representatives nf these three districts, who will devote special attention to securing the best routo and
haviin? the wnrk carried out as
speedily as possible, Mr. Caven
stales that thrT-K'u ill he a rn.'t
deal of road work carried nut this
year, thelarce appropriations he has
secured will be expended to best advantage aud wnrk will he steadily
prosecuted throughout tlie vear.
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\w. ♦
w PUBLIC HOLIDAYS. *
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w   Tomorrow and   Easter   Monj ♦
♦ day   will he observed as public +
♦ holidays hy every merchant in ♦
w town. It bas not been Ihe fcos- ♦
+ linn      in    the    past   tn   ob&orvo ♦
w i:,isli r Monday as a holiday, 4
w hut nn this occasion the mcr- w
+ chants have imnulmouslj decided w
♦ sn In do. All places id bust- ♦
+ UOSS will he open as usual on ♦
w Suturday. *
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BARRETT-KIDSON,
At Hie Prosb) lorlnn mans,' nn
Wednesduv evening, March 33rd, Mr.
Henry Barrett, bookkeeper for McCallum (V Co., was qi leil) united in
marriage with Miss Lilian E, Kld-
son. Ilnth young people ate well
known, having made many friends
since coming in CranbrooK, about
two vears,ago. During this time
Mr. Barrett has been omployed as
bookkeeper hv McCallum and Co. and
has proved himself among the most
popular and successful In the profession. The happy couple left on
Thursday's Flyer for a visit to
Spokane.
Terrible Disaster at McNeiflie
Engine and Tender Jump Track and Plunge 150 feet Over
Embankment—-Three Railroad Men Lose Their Lives
F1TZPAT1UCK—WALLACE.
On Wednesday afternoon, March
33rd, the home ot tho bride's father, Mr. Joseph Wallace, was lhe
scene of a pretty wedding, when
Miss Margaret 11. Wallace was united in marriage' with Ralph Kit/pat-
rick, formerly of Blue Hills, Sask.,
but recently of Moyie, Ii. c, itev. c.
O. Main officiating. The bride's
brother, J, E. Wallace, ami sisler
sunported the couple wfter the
ceremony a bountiful tea was served,
at wliich the guests heartily drank
to the health nnd happiness of the
happy pair. Among tho guests he-*
sides ihe immediate family were M:«
and Mrs. Corhett, Mr. and Mrs. A
McNalih, Messrs. Whitney, Smltl',
Campbell and Butter. Tho young
couple will later nn take up their
residence in Blue Hills, Sask.
FANCY APRON   SALE AND TEA,
The members of the Knox Girls'
; club intend holding a fancy apron
j sale on Wednesday afternoon and
j (veiling, March 30Ui, in the Sun-
• dav school soom. Fancy aprons of
, all styles ami si7.es will he nn hand
: and tea and refreshments sened.
; Come   ...ly and get  fi*s1  choice.
1 Two hundred original view s will he
j shown iu the Presbyterian church nn
I Thursday next.
Cranbrook citizens were greatly
(mocked last Saturday a Ite moon
when word read nil town of a rail
way wreck at MoNcllllo. whereby
two railroad hoys had been killed
outright and a third seriously, ami
as ii proved, fatally Injured,
Tho dead were:
FIREMAN ARTHUR* FORD.
BUAKEMAN      DONALD    CAMPBELL.
SERIOUSLY  INJURED :
KNGINEER     DONALD   BROOKS
CARSON,
The accident occurred abaut 11
o'clock on Saturday morning, at Mc-
Neillie Siding, about four miles east
nf Creston.
\ freight train was engaged In
shunting cars at McNcillic siding,
order to get the track clear for
tlie ens tho nml passenger train, and
Just as the engine and tender, which
were detached from the freight, were
in the act nf backing on to the main
track from the side track, the engine iu some unaccountable manner
fumped the rails and plunged down a
steep embankment about 150 feet in
depth. Ou tbe engine at the time
it made its fatal plunge, were Kngineer Carson, Brakeman Campbell, as
well as Fireman Ford. Campbell
and Ford were killed nutii-rht and
were under the engine lying 150 feet
below the track, while Engineer Carson, although receiving a broken leg
aud other internal injuries, was not
killed outright. He was ta'-en to
Creston on a hand ear, where his
wounds were dressed by Dr. Henderson, after which be was put ou the
noon passenger train und hrmighl
in to tbe St. Eugene hospital.
At the St. Eugene hospital Engineer Carson received the best of
medical skill and attention, hut all
to no avail. It was found necessary tn amputate one of his tegs, and
be did not long survive tbe operation, passing away at an early hour
on Monday morning.
The three victims oi this disaster
were all quite young men, well and
favorably known in Cranbrno't and
naturally their sudden calling oil
created nn little consternation
throughout the community. Wide-
surcad sympathy was expressed lor
ibe widow of Donald Carson and the
utmost kindness was shown tn the
aged father of Donald Campbell, who
on receipt     of   word of lhe fatality
ni
Fleminf.
sk.
ii
i*§Mal	
lahc the n main.-, of a b< loved sou
home fm Interment.
Funeral set vice - mcr the remains
ol Ford and Campbell wen- li I.l on
Tuesdav afternoon, Revs. C, U.
Mam and C. W. King olliciatlng,
There was a largo attendant'- oi representatives ol the caitrotid brotherhoods .it tho funeral services. The
pall hearers for Arthur Kottl were*
\ (i. Hill, it. McFnrlanc, I . K. Mo-
Curdy, Waller CartwHgbt, (leu. Morrison' and ('. li. Reiti, and [or Don-
aid Campbell, R. E. Knight, C. Berks trom, 1'* Oougcon, .1. Cunning!tarn,
.1. McFadden and T. T. Acton. The
remains of Arlhurd Ford were Interred In the Cranbrook cemetery,
Uio.se of Donald Campbell, being
conveyed to the station [nr transmission in his old homo ai Fleming,
Sask.
Funeral services over the remains
nf tbe late Donald Brooks Carson
look place yesterday afternoon at
Christ cliurch, Rev. K. p. Flewclllng
officiating. There was on this occasion another large turn oul of representatives of ihe railroad brotherhoods, suppli mented hv a largo delegation from lhe Ladies Aid of the
B. of l{. T. and B. of L* F. From
the church the body was conveyed
lo the station, whence il was shipped
to Moose Jaw, iu charge hi a brother of the deceased, Hciirj Car son.
The three young rail loaders, thus
suddenly cut ofi were all well known
and highly respected in Cranbrook.
Donald Carson was in h . 2Ttil veil.
A unlive of Derbyshire, England. He
was a married man. Before coming
to Cranbrook deceased had resided al
Mouse Jaw with his family.
Arthur Ford, fireman, was an ICng-
lishman, having been turn al Reading, where his family now reside. He
was 21 vears old and siiei >, ami had
onlv been a resident *.( Cranhrook
some s;x or seven months.
Donald Campbell, braki man, was
2-1 vears nl age, a nati'c of Shaw-
lands, Scotland, whence be came oul
to   Clarcsholm.   Alta., ml I     two
years ago. He came to Cranhrnnc
about nine months nun., Mis father,
Mr. ll. Campbell, of Pllmini, Sask.,
came out immediately . upon receipt
of news of the disaster^and of his
son's death* to tn e the remains
/ark to Fleming. \'c. Campbell.
senior, was very greatly impressed
hy the kindness shown to him hy the
local railroad brotherhoods. lie
said that he came oul in great anxiety-  and  was  ternhv  worried over
lhe arrangements he expected to
have to maKO for the removal of his
son's Imdy to Fleming, Upon his
arrival here, hOWQVCr, he met with
the utmost kindness aud consideration and found that the brother! ds
had made all arrangements.
THE INQUEST.
On Saturday afternoon Coroner E,
Mallandaino 'held the inquest on tho
remains nf tlie dwid lireiuau and
brakeman whose bodies Provincial
Constable K. Jensen brought to
Creston on the same train that
brought Coroner Mallandaino there.
The jury consisted of the following:
Foreman, Sydney Poole, Geo. A.
Laurie, A. ' French, (*. I'. Kiel,
Stuart Graham and M. I*'. Dieth-
rick.
After Ihr formal viewing of the
bodies nf the dead nien hy tlie jury
aud the hearing of the evidence of
the conductor and second brakeman
of the wrecked train, the jury decided to visit the scene of the wreck for
the purpose nf investigating the
cause of the accident, for which
purpose a special train was provided
by Superintendent Brownlee, of
Cranbrook.
Alter arriving ut McNeillie siding
and making as gnnd an investigation
as the fast fading daylight would
permit, of, the jury and coroner
slarted hack tn Creston, hut not
without a mishap, for when      their
I rain had gnne about a mile out nt
McNeillie siding it ran into a mud
slide causing a delay of more than
an hour before the extra gang hud
cleared the track. Tbe mud slide on
(his occasion covered the track for
about fifty feet tn a depth nf from
eight to ten inches.
After getting ihe track cleared the
train proceeded to Creston, arriving
about H o'clock in the evenin- when
tho Inquest was resumed. After deliberating further on the matter the
jury concluded that they had better
have aoothcr Inspection nl the place
of the fatal wreck and adjourned till
II a.m. Monday morning in order
that they might gn again to McNeillie siding and make a more thorough inspection by good daylight,
which they accordingly did. On Monday mornlno the Inquest was again
adjourned till 1.30 the same dav until niter the arrival of lhe westbound
train, as it was expected that Superintendent Brownlee would give
evidence at the Inquest.
(Continued on page eight.)
CITY WILL CO-OPERATE
SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL
TO CONSIDER WAYS AND
MEANS.
A special meeting ol tlie city council was held last evening lu meet a
delegation from the hoard of trade,
in reference lu. the f.l'.R. V.M.C.A.
building and to consider ways and
means of co-operating with the
railroad  company in the furtherance
I of this project.
! Maynr Fiiik occupied the chair and
Aldermen Hum, Johnson, Campbell,
Patnjore and   Dr. Green were iu ut-
; lendhnce.
1    Mckm-:.   Vi.  II      Wilson and R.  K
■ Deal-lie composed tho board of trade
[ delegation.
Rev. C. li. Main was also present
Mr. Wilson, on behalf of the board
of trade, slated that the delegation
nad pad .m interview with Superin-
lendiyit Brownlee, whom they fouml
to be deeply interested iu the Y. M.
C. A*, project and altogether opposed
to the idea of * the building being
erected on lhe other side of tbe
track, . Air. Brownlee, in their
presence, had dictated a strong letter to Mr. I'ritv, at Calgnry. advocating the .selection of a site within the city limits. In regard to
the co-operation of tbe cily in thv
undertaking Mr Dusked had ititi
mated thai a definite proposition in
the wav ol exemption from taxation
nr fnec water and light, would prub
ably]be the most acceptable Such
a proposition should he made at
once,' as he was leaving (or Calgary
in ajday or two to confer with Mr.
Price mi the subject and would like
tn lif m a position to make a de-
flnliq proposal.
A long discussion followed Mi    W:l-
sou's report. The subject was Ihor-
ough|v threshed out, questions ol
availablcs sites, etc., being carefully
consiiier.il The upshot ol the discussion was a motion bv Aid IH1
Ycre, Hunt, seconded by AM P. J
Johnson and unanimously adopted to
this effect: "lu compliance with the
reipu*|ii of the hoard ol trade in cvri-
iiectien with lhe proposed Cl'.R.
Y.M.f.A. buildInV, the cily council
pledges Itself to do everything possible, in tbe way ol offering a free
site Snd free water, and by placing
a bylaw before the ratepayers to
(•rant- exemption from taxation f.»r a
period of -fi vears on the proposes^
huildhnr and lots, provided the C P
11. tyftree to provide a -wiauning bath
and gymnasium in addition to the
plans, as exhibited at the Herald office.".
Another motion in the same c-jn-
nectldn was also unanimously adupt-
ed. this was moved bv Dr. Green and
secooded bv Aid D. .1, Johnso-,. to
this qfiect- "Thai the mft*or and
Aid. Hunt he apooint <• a <,«~mr'<,°
to confer with Supt Brownlee and
to proceed to Calrary and lay the
proposals before Mr. Price"'
FOR REMARKABLE HEROISM
C. P. R.   CONDUCTOR FIRST CANADIAN TU  RECEIVE THE
ALBERT  MEDAL.
Fur the first time iu history tbe
"Albert medal of the first class,"
was presented to a Canadian citizen,,
when in Sdassey hall, Toronto, on
St. Patrick's dav, Lieut. Gov. Gibson pinned the emblem on Thos.
Reynolds, the North Bay herd of tbe
C.P.R. wreck at Spanish rivef-
The ceremony was included in St.
Patrick's celebration uf the Ancient
Order uf Hibernians. There were
3,500 people present.
Hon. (.'has Murphv secretary of
state, iiitrodiuvd Revnolds amid
great applause Murphy said the
Irishmen were plav in a    "art
m tlie development uf Canada. In a
visit tu Manitoba he found tbe fure-
most statesmen there were Irishmen.
He referred lu the hearty welcome
ot the Irishmen's asruciatiou at
Saskatoon The chief cattleman of
the west was P. Burns, a Calgary
Irishman.
Lieut GOV. Gibson said the Albert
medal was awarded only for abtul-
utely remarkable heroism. He read »
congratulatory letter from Earl
Crewe. A great demonstration ac-
companled the presentation, three
cheers and a tiger were given. Murphy then presented Reynolds with the
medal nn behalf of the Royal Canadian Humane association.
Reynolds accepted the honors modestly declining to make a ■percb,
l hough called upon by tlie audience,
lie appeared embaiasse-d and was
relieved when the ceremony ended.
FERNIE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS
S.    lk.-rhmer   is again   mayor   of
Fernie. winning from J. L   Gates by
tbe narrow  margin of 3K,     The results «( Friday's contest wfre:
FDR MAYOR.
Sherwood Herefamer
John L   Gates . ...
Spoiled ballots ,   ,,
ALDERMEN
Paddy Kennedy   	
I.   E. McDonald   	
w. J. Morrison	
Thomas Heck 	
Francis White    	
Fred Johnson   	
tt*. G. Barclay      	
Wm   Scott . 	
S. F. Wallacv
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206
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v SECURES THE CASH. •*>
♦ — ♦
w Ottawa. March 22.—Hon. Wm. 4>
•$> Templeman's resolution passed -$>
4> last nigbt providing for the ei- e>
e> pewhture of $50,000 for invest!- e>
+ gating the processes in use tn 4>
-t> the production of line for t-he ♦
+ cTomntion and manufacture In +
*> Canada of zinc and tine pro- ♦
e> ducts from native ores. ♦
EVERYTHING GOES
CASH
COUNTS
IN
THIS
SALE
I   AM   OFFERING
My Complete Stock of Wall Papers
consisting of
The LATEST DESIGNS and COLORINGS at ACTUAL COST in CRANBROOK
Prices from 8cts. a single roll up.
Everything in WALL PAPERS goes.   Over 8 thousand rolls to choose from
Sale Commences Monday, March 28
and positively closes April 25th
CASH
COUNTS
IN
THIS
SALE
ARMSTRONG
AVENUE
B. H. SHORT
ARHSTRONG
AVENUE
THE   PAINTER   AND   DECORATOR THK   UUANKItOUK    HKltALU
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
lir.AII  OI'I'ICR, TONOMTO
tSTAMUSUED  IMf
8. e. wAiKEK, pniumt I Paid-up Capital, $10,009,000
*i.EXAMDERI,All.M.,Ge..f.alMan«jer | geserve Fund,   -    6,000,000
Branches thro.ughoui Canada, and in the United States and Enjlud
PfillNTRY  RIICINCCC Bve'rv fncilltv afforded to hnnini mt
banking business.    Sales notes will W cashed or taken for c<
BANKING BY MAIL 'w™""s ■■■•»>•be "i™"1 *»r ~u <
DHnnil.U Ul   UIMIL     monilBlt deposited or wUhdtw-wa ta I
way Willi equal facility, w*
iv». I. I'.rvmiior, Hanager Cranbrook Branch
? FIELD and GARDEN SEEDS
♦ Wd have .. full stock of the following—
X CIiOV ER, Tl MOTH V. ALFALFA, RED Tor,
X BROHE (iltASS, GARDEN AND FIELD SEEDS
♦ in both bulk liml package,
♦ \\'..,:niv i'Iki lli.rihvnic, llim.riF,Cmlirers mil Impumcnla
\ J.M. A^ew & Co., Elko, B. C.
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MONARCH LIFE 1909INCREASES
1U0O
Increase over 1908
ASSURANCES
.\|i|il.,iitions Received	
Amount
Per cent
(1,239,000.00
1271,800.00
28 p.c.
Policies issin-ii (roiiiiniiii'it unit.) .
l,lia,500.00
250,000.00
29 p.c.
I'lfiniiiiiis mi Same 	
30,045.00
11,529.00
41.9 p.c.
RECEIPTS
Premiums nn Insurance 	
55,001.18
21,087.15
81.9 p.c.
Inlcri-si on iiisuraiico Premiums ...
70.55
iiilt-ri'sl un Investments 	
10,020.10
1,277.48
14.6 p.c.
DISBURSEMENTS
liratli Cliiiins Paid	
(2) 10,315.88
«,270.I8
Total Disbursements 	
*M,(il»,IO
17,882.93
(Decrease
ASSETS
12.8 p.c.)
Casli anil Loans   .
111,809.47
54,523.72
51 p.c.
l'uiiil Assets 	
251,152.18
70,591.48
38.1 p.c.
LIABILITIES
IJi'sri vi* on Policies	
74,370.00
38,937.80
109.9 p.c.
Ejttess .,( Assela over Liabilities ...
171,774,18
27,715.87
18.8 p.c.
NET SI RPLI s 	
71,702.12
20,027.53
38.8 p.c.
Officers  and   Board   of  Director*
I'llltSJOEJ-T   ......
J.,T. GORDON, Mil'.!'., Winnipeg
. President (ri.nl.ni, Ironsldo
ti Fores
l'r.*siil..*iii Standard Trusts Co.
,  nii.-r vii r.-ruiMiir.ST
NICHOLAS BAWLF, Winnipeg
Proildenl x. llawll (irain Co.
Director Bank ol Toronto
' m:ihvi. vii iMiasiiuoNT
I*:. L. TAYLOR, K.C., Winnipeg
Director (in'at-UVst Permanent
Loan (' pony
J I,hi. II   Rogers, Winnipeg
Minister ol Public Works, Man.
II. 10. Sprague, Winnipeg
President Sprague Lumber Co., Ltd.
Dr. 10. S. I'opliam, Winnipeg
Viei-President GrcatrWcst   l'erman-
* fiit l.naii Company
('. K. t!arruther», Winnipeg
Gcpcral Manager Canada West Fin
Insurance Company
Dr. G. A. Charlton, llegina
Provincial Bacteriologist
Hon. A. C. Rutherford,   Edmonton
Premier ot Alberta
.lames Murphy, Fort William
Wholesale Coal Merchant & Importer
MANA.ilN.I IIIIIKCTOR
I. W. W. STEWART, Winnipeg
'.      SICCIilCTABV ASH ACTIUBT
.1. A.MACFARLANE, A.I.A., Winnipeg
,. HEAD   OFFICE   ■   -   WINNIPEG,  CAN.
W|RD & LITTLE, District Agents, Cranbrook, BX
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DRINK
PABST
BEER
£. L. McDERMOT.Cranbrook
♦♦—♦♦♦.>♦♦............,
THE
\ QUEEN'S HOTEL
J CALGARY, ALBERTA
r If you stop litre once
I you will look lor
• the 'bus when you
' visit Calgary  aeain.
H. L. STEPHENS,
Proprietor
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|ust   Arrived
1        A   COt   LOAD   OF   MUTZ   EXTRA   BEER
• A   C\lt   LOAD   OF   SCHI.IT/   BEFR
A   CAR   LOAD   OF   CANADIAN   WHISKIES
* ., nil,I  ex|,i*,*leil  ilnilv
* A   CAW   LOAD   OP   FOREIUN   LIQUORS   AND
X     * CHOICE   WINES
* Niimc your I,run,I -I linui il.      A full line of Bar Glasses and
oilier requisites always in slock,
A. C. BOWNRSS,
CRANBROOK
IMI'ntiTIK ill  FORKIHN AND DOMRRTIC WINKS
*      . IHjI'dHS   AMI   CIIIAHS
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OF INTEREST TO FAKMEKS
BUI       LETTIOll      ON   POULTRY
RAISING.
(Continued.)
Lots ot people farm too much land,
It requires too much investment in
teams and implements. There are
thousands uf farmers wbo reach a
certain point ami cannot get further.
It takes the entire earnings to keep
up the wear and tear. As tho
teams ami implements shrink iu
value they must be replaced and
there are lots of other things which
compel the earnings to pay tho expenses. In such instances it would
pav better to make a sale and get
down to money earners—cows, hens,
fruit and bees.
Keep as little as possible tied up
in big things that shrink, Very often the price of a bor.se, team *.r
farm implements turned into poultry
would open up a tin brighter prospect.
MIXED    FARMING
The truth is lhat condensed fanning und poultry raising is the hotter
wav and smaller investments tiring
greater returns. Poultry brings an
endless chain of returns or revenue,
aa it places tlie farmer on a cash
basis. Tlie store hills do nut oat
up his earnings.
Nothing upsets or disturbs the lien,
year in ami nut she is making money
for us. Droughts um) panics are
trivial things to lier. If you are
overworked at oilier occupations, it
you wish to recuperate your health
or want to work for yourself ■ you
can de|ieud on the poultry business.
THE LIMIT.
I am often asked how manv liens
should one person cure lor—definitely
1 could not answer und lie sincere—
as a guess, I would say one thousand. So much depends un tbe kind
of person. My honest conviction is
tiiat a man anil wife should go partners. They could easily do su.
When tlie number uf liens is above
one thousand, tbey should be separated at least a quarter of a mile. Oi
course I am approximating now. 1
am speaking ol conditions oh tlie
(arm. To raise ur care fur the
same number uf hens in limited
space means another tliinn. Five
hundred hens are very prtilituhlf uu
two acres o( ground, ur one thousand on five acres; but we need tu
manage it differently. We should
plough up and work over the smaller
space, as Iresh soil is a disease exterminator—it affords work lor the
fowl.
To sow it in rve means green stub
lor the lowl.
The smaller amount uf ground does
not of necessity mean lesser profits.
We must make up uur mind that the
space requires extra wurk and care,
and it also means that we must bv
artificial means supply lots ul stuff
that the fowl would get from unlimited space.
I never personally tried it but I
believe that 500 liens could lie successfully managed on an acre (one
acre) of ground. Anyhow, I would
not be atraid to try the experiment
on one halt acre.
The right lime to begin is right
now. Early hatched pullets will
make the fall and winter layers, and
the early hatched bring a giiod price
as broilers. It is also the earlv
hatched that win the prizes at the
shows, also tbe early hatched are
best for breeding purposes.
To hatch in cold weather is all
right if you have a suitable building
for the young chicks. Thev quickly
become acclimatized if given a warm
refuge. There is not an unprofitable
month In the year, except July.
Fall hatched chicks bring good
prices as winter broilers and the
pullets begin laying with the first
warm spring davs.
The best months
FOR HATCHING
are as follows: March, April, Mav
and June.
Where there is plenty of room the
poultry business should be run as an
egg farm. To conduct an egg farm
for tbe greatest possible profits the
old hen must be replaced with pullets every fall. By this plan we
have tlie cockerels to sell as broilers; also the sale ol the old stock.
This plan will make an income the
year around. To succeed to the
highest point we must get acquainted with tlie traits ol tin' lowl. For
instance, some ol them mav lie
drones while others will make a
KiHid record as layers. In the latter
instance such hens could be held
over and believe me, it jiays well
to set her eggs.
Eggs all the year around nre a
graid price and it pays best to sell
while they are Iresh, although some
people claim that thev have methods
of holding them Irrsh for months. In
a* case it pavs to look up a special
market, where the very top price
can be bad.
Tlie average grocer tabes vour
eggs to accommodate vou. He pusses them along in dirty old eases to
market (and often he does not get
the highest prices either.)
Look up your own market und ship
In decent cases and carditis. You
will get Irom (He to ten cents advance on the dozen.
Get cartons and put fancy wrappers over them with vour inline und
address. You can then liiu.st the
sanitary wav ol raising poultrv. You
can add still mure value lie lining
tlie carton wilh delicate tissue paper,
but lur goodness sake do nol put
dirty shells into nire en cartons, ns
it will spoil the appetizing l„„k ut
tl* eggs*
AN EYE OPENER
A widow lady moved to ('lav Center, Nebraska, U.S.A., and not finding suitable employment at lier regular occupation, she conceived tlie idea
that it would pay to establish an
egg buying business and handle It on
new lines. This was her plan: She
would pay cosh for eggs and would
not accept any that were not strictly fresh. She would wash the shells
when needed. Instead of shipping in
ordinary cases, as is usually done,
she would use pasteboard boxes ami
cartons, holding one dozen each, and
then pack the cartons in new ordinary e»g cases. She would sort the
cartons with nice tissm* llnim* nml
with nice labels printed on the lid.
She (the -widow lady) then visited
several cities, opened up a correspondence with a number ot groeery-
iiii'ii, who had the higb-clnss city
trade. Her proposition was to
furnish them with strictlv fresh
eggs. In a short time she bad
worked up n money making business.
She not only had   work lor herscll.
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but was enabled in employ others.
■■'mm time \o time six' advanced tlio
price nf oggs ami really worked up it
|>rufltnblo business ol her own. Any
poultry raiser tin.I bus a fuse or
inure of iggs a week slit ml (I adopt
lhe same plan, m there would Ih1 no
'rouble   in lind    .1   market fur eggs
nn up in hands >'   cartons.     Tn
break the too with Mime grocer you
mav have to |>in  III Hie lirst case at
a Blight advance over common oggs,
but when his customer discovers tho
bettor kind ami llie nice clean way
of putting up, lie (tho grocer) will
have ,1 demand he never dreamed id
before and will gladly concede vou a
iiiee advance in price, He soon discovers that the demand is for that
kind nf eggs and nut onlv that, but
they add to the look nt liis store.
POULTRY HOUSE.
In the poultry business, as in the
banking business, it is the savings
(hat go towards big dividends.
The old Baying "look after the
cents, the dollars are hig enough to
look after themselves," is suggestive  even if not entirely true.
To make the must money at poultrv raising we must batch every egg
raise every chick that is raisahie. In
poultry houses, coups and appliances, if an organ box can be
utilized fur a brooder, shelter, and
the brooder removed after the
chicks do not need artificial heat, we
are then getting at something prac-
sical. My advice tu all poultry
people is to build their houses to
their own plans, unless they can
lind a better plan than their own
and one that they know to he a
success. Do not put faith ia the
blue prial average plan, which are
hut the creation ol a blue print ar
sist, who perhaps knows nothing
about poultry raising. Their rainbow theory maybe was hatched tip
with their logs under the counter,
All they know about chickens is tlie
kind thev eat up   al the hotels,
The must successful common sense
brooder house I ever saw was
building made octagonal (or eight
sided) shape, with a hard coal beater in the center. Individual brooders were used around next to the
walls. This same house saved a lot
of Leghorn combs, the following winter. Ileus must he kept warm at
nisht, and have a warm place to lay
aud dust themselves in. Let them
out into the straw shed where they
can keep themselves warm by
scratching in tho straw for their
breakfast. The front of the shed
should face the smith and he at least
eight feet high, sloping hack and
boarded up at the front three or
four feet from the ground and the
rest of tho eight feet closed un with
double cheese cloth to let tbe linht
in, and keep the cold wind out while
they are at work.
Let up on the dope nonsense and
llx up a food as follows: (Twice each
week during cold weather, then your
fowls will be healthier, which means
i'ggs without injurious dopes). Take
a peck of bran, two pounds of cut
cabbage, one pound fine cut meat and
scraps and two pounds of mashed
boiled cold potatoes, mix all with
the bran, put iu one tablespoon
salt, then pour mi warm water aud
mix until it is all thoroughly dampened. This is for one hundred
fowls, Give it to them in the at-
tcrnoon. For goodness sake do not
pen up the fowl in a small, poorly
ventilated place aud then go to doctoring them to get eggs. If you
do vou will need a drug store 'attachment to your lieu house before
vou will finish vour poultrv experiences. Health in the flock is the
first consideration. Profits follow
health. Put the same common sense
into the construction of your poultrv house that you would into vour
dwelling house. Do not nail tbe
interior fixings so that you cannot
change them. Make a change every
month of the fixtures in the hen
house. Mens love change as well
as we do iu our home. Keep the
house nice and clean at all times.
In the afternoon pay them an extra
visit when thev are penned up in
winter, and take something extra
along to give them. My partner
(the wife) and I go in, the bens soon
learn to C0IT.J around and look up
into vutir face fur a mouthful of
something nice to eat. Tbey enjoy
vour visit. Sometimes we sing a
little to them In a few minutes
thev also set 011 to sing, some,
however, van it hv cackling. Hy
this \nii mav know that tbey are
contented and happy. In summertime, when thev arc running out
(nnd I have been gone all dav to
town) and I return thev see me coming through the gate, which Is about
live hundred yards away, tbey will
come half wav down to meet me,
just like little children running to
meet their father to get the candy
and nuts. Then while I am unhitching they gather around me and
look up ns if thev, too, wanted candies. They seem to chatter and
say, we have been good hens—wc
have laid lots nf eggs. 1 alwavs
bring something to give them. Do
tbis a few times and they will soon
learn to welcome you home.
Some say ' the hen is a brainless
fowl. I ben leave to differ, for just
I a fit summer, old "Red Neck/' as
we called her, had eight little
chicks (live of them were Leghorns
aud the other three were white Plymouth Rocks), when thev were about
four weeks old she wanted them to
come upon the most, when the hens
were rmisllmr The five leghorns
got up nil right, but the three Plymouth Rocks could not llv up. She
(the mother ben) lelt tlie five Leghorns unon the ronst and hovered
the     three   little   chicks     upon tbe
ground (and vet they say the hen is
brainless.)
(live the hen the best room for she
is worthy of it, 1 do not believe
thut Micro is a successful man or
woman in the poultry business that
has not got one or more pet hens.
Pot hens on their own account. I
mean the kind that persists in being
friendly, the kind that will come into the house and lay in tlie wood
box and other places, that lay and
cackle eternally right under your
nose. In short, a general nuisance,
but it would take a hard-hearted
desperado to barm her. Just let
her lay and save her eggs and set
them, and 1 will guarantee that
through that method you can build
up a strain of fowls that are mortgage lifters, mid panlcproof. j.ove
and cherish her, let her lay in your
bat if she wants to. She can have
mine every day of the week. I like
to have them around, that egg song
of theirs is certainly a harmonious
piece of music. The time and
chords are perfect, a great ileal mole
sn than sonic of the su-called classical music, lhat one can hardly figure
out whether they are playing the
tune or Inning up the instrument,
Kor my part the egg song is 0. K.
and the rooster accompaniment does
not spoil it a bit e'en though be may
imt Ite in time or iu tune.
William Bartholomew,
Cherry Creek, B, C.
(To he continued.)
ST. PATRICK'S DAI AT FOOT STEELE
HAPPY   RE-UNION   OP OLD-TIMERS-JOE  WALSH   COVERS'
HIMSELF WITH
GLORY.
Titers is sour, indefinable, elusive
charm about Fort Steele as far removed irum the possibility of description as the magic ot a perlecl
phrase of music or tile perfume of a
Violet. One will say it all lies in
the quiet grandeur ol the nearby
Rookies; another will attribute it to
the still, calm strength ol the river
stealing down to the Pacific with
the wreckage of the mountains in its
breast; a third will credit the spell
of its enchantment to its people—(or
they are charming. Perhaps the influence is born of all three, perhaps
of something outside all three, lint
il is there, whatever it is.
Forty-live years' ago Qalbralth's
Ferry, as it was then called, most
splendidly celebrated St. Patrick's
day, ami ever since the festival ol
Ireland's national saint has been
whole-heartedly honored. Nor was
this vear an ' exception—except that
the occasion about broke the record.
William Carlin, Joseph Walsh, Al
Doyle and John Kelly formed themselves into a committee responsible
for the celebration and issued invitations lor a masquerade hall. At once
there was a response from all parts
of the Kootenay valley—Cranbrook,
Marysville, Kimbcrlev, Canal Plat,
Fernie, KIko, Hull River and many
an other point. Boys ami girl's
galore; old timers ami voung timers
Jerry Sullivan appeared in a silk
hat, purchased without the slightest
regard lor cost at the Hudson's Day-
store at Calgarv, which, as the saying is, "you could shave yoursell in,"
such was tlie glossy lustre thcrcot
VI. Doyle has added it to Iris famous
collection ol natural curiosities of
llora and fauna, and will wear it, as
his coroiK't of state, when the occasion ol the first train passing through
Fort Steele over the Kootenay Central is celebrated. You might
travel all day on the 21st ol June
next and not find a man who is tin*
better fit for that hat, that most
glorified silk "topper."
Hy six o'clock on the evening ol
the 17th every room in even* hotel
was occupied so that the ' crowd
overflowed into many ol the private
houses. Hy the time the masquerade was set to commence the hotel
lobbies were crowded with Ovpsies,
Indian maidens, nvmphs, fairies,
godesses ol the moon, queens ol
night all black and twinkling stars
a Venus or two, a hall scocc ol
witches, clowns, Hindoos, soldiers,
sailors, heathen, Jews, blackamoors
and other "varmints," to wit, i
brace ol brutally realistic monkeys
And they were all masked sn that
their very mother-in-law would not
know them—and that is saving something large, and succulent and true
as truth itself.
Hy nine o'clock the entire floor
space ol the big hall was packed to
the doors and the dancers "dancing
In tunc"—(that is Irom Tennyson,
though you would not think so il you
stopped to wonder how a dancer
could dance oul ol tune) to Mr.
Corrison's most excellent orchestral
music. Down all the way Irom
Canal Flat had come J. F. Dailey to
lake charge ol tin* floor. He had
his work cut out lor him since there
was less floor than dancers, but he
was not ..lone Master ol the Revels
hut also master ol the occasion.
In the beginning ordinary introductions were ol no use since no one
knew who his neighbor was; hut alter a while the boys began to make
Shrewd guesses. '. I know who you
are," a man would say You an-—''
"However in lift, did vou guess'1
the girl would say. That was a
certain sign thai the man was
wrong, hut il Ih* was right vou
would    hear   something   like    tins,
"Jessie ! Indeed. I'm not. A
nasty, spiteful, bold-laced minx! You
pay me a |mor compliment to mis-
lake me lor that girl." "Well
even II I'm wrong," said the voung
lellow. "I can't let vou speak like
thul ot Jessie. You see I like Jessie." Next minute tlie pair ol then
were whirling In a waltz, ol course
it was Jessie, all Oh* time.
Hv   and hy there  was   a   roar ol
laughter as the brace ol monkeys appeared.    One was a jolly, lat-looklng
"monk,"   all   right, and a shade or
so too heavy lor rapid dancing,   but
the caper that the other lad cut and
the wav he curled his most Insolent
itail   round   the neck nl   his twiner
in the dance was a holy caution.
I    Adjournments   appeared to he very
popular   with   the men.      You see,
there were a  couple ol lellows down
| at the hotels they wanted to sec in
the worst way on matters ol urgent
; business.      Thev  came   back on all
occasions mightily* rclrcshcd.
!   When the time lor unmasking came
all the   dillicultles    as to who was
really who disappeared, and as every
one    knows  every one   else in Port
Steele the dance swaved on and
to line music, chccrfullv nflcred   and
splendidly    played    till daylight did
appear    over the    mountain
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8EAL OF ALBERTA FANCY PATENT
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AT
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about the. or, maybe, III, in tbe
morning.
It was a emit nkbt's fun ami
imssili'- mil' dI the lust assemblades
of thr Fort Steele old-timers in thi)
old-fashioned, warm, hearty, cordial
v.a- where sir names fuileil out and
every man was Jim or Jack, or Joe,
or Charley. Hy another year the
steel road and the steel
horse will have drawn tn a
new population and the old-timers
who made the country, its history,
its Industries and its associations,
will be merged, but never effaced, in
newer and more prosperous collisions befitting the marvelous leap-
forward ot the entire province.
The eitraordlnary success ot the
celebration mav be, In a very great
measure, attributed to Joe Walsh,
upon whom tell tbe lion's share nf
both the work and tht responsibility
tor tW arrangements.
The haoplrsl persons in Iho world
are nut those wbo have Hie most
done for them. Imt Ihoso Who do tbe
must, for others.
II you   want   satisfaction   witb
your washing  send
It to
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(Special correspondence,)
Mrs.    Wm.   Lucoy, ol Klko, 11. C,
was    tho   guest   ol   Mrs,     llarvoy
Veiling,   in     (ialeway,   Mont.,    last
Mrs. I'almri, from Uui Krai;
hotel, South Waldo, was in datowny
on Tuesday last.
Oeorgo Viiiei-m, proprlutor ol tbe
ltnv.il Imtel, paid a visit, to Pernio
lust, week.
Percy McUnttnon spout bovomI iluys
in Ci ate way last wool, with liis
brother, M* 11. McCnnnon.
Thi' govortiinonl bam ami corral at
Gateway, 11 »', aro being painted
ami   whitewashed,      Messrs   llrown
ami Iit<Litnit of Kornlc, have tbe i -
tract.
The baseball boys ol (Ialeway,
Mont., belli   a   ma^iieiade   ball     on
St. Patrick's day. A large crowtl
was presell4 ami everyone reported
baling a mist onjoynblo time. Dano-
nig was kept up until nearly 5 a.m.
Some ol tbi.se prespnt were Mrs
tlamos Voung, Johnston, Mills,
Baney, Spencer, llurllngham ami
Brook. Misses Carpenter, Butts,
Burllngbatn,       Draper. Messrs.
Young, Carpenter, Johnston, Spencer, Burllngbam, Joule, Bert ami
Percy McCatmon, Bryand and others.
Miss Palmer and Mr! and Mrs. foreman from Palmer's mill, near Rcx-
ford; Mr. and Mrs. J. Murray and
Mr. aud MIsss Barclay, of Iowa
Mats.
(ilen McWtlllatns, of Kurel-u. was
in (ialeway on Monday last.
Norman Hubv stopped over in
Gateway lost week on bis wav from
Spokane lo Fernle.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mur*1 have
moved over to their ranch across the
Kootenav river.
Mr. and Mrs. Kred Mitchell have
moved their family and household
goods to Flagstone.
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(Special currespondenoe.)
There is still about four inches ol
snow in town and soma of the
camps are yet. logging on sleighs.
IH llutlotlgo was in town ou
Monday on professional business.
.Mi Paul Handley and Mrs, Hand-
lev visited Cranbrook the beginning
id Ibe week.
Duncan McFarlono, accountant loi
ibe Taylor Lumber company, visited
h lends ou Sunday last.
K. T. Crowley and W. J, Allen at-
Iriided  tbe UMB(|Uera(la ball  iu    Fort
Sleeh    St. Patrick's night, and
have been singing the praises of tho
Fort Steele people ever since.
II. I,. Sawyer visited Cranbrook
mi Monday last.
Miss Nellie Handley was in Cranbrook several days last week.
V, A. Jones visited Marysville on
Sunday last alter spending tbe winter In Elsie, Mich.
W. J. Allen, of the Falls View
hotel, is giving a farewell dance oa
April 8th, before leaving for Vancouver.
('unstable James visited Wycliffe
and Kimherley last week in connection with lire escapes on hotels.
Frank I.iclcrc has resigned his position as foreman for the Crows
Nest Pass Lumber company*
Kenneth Campbell, superintendent
of the Crows Nest Pass Lumber
company at Wardner, was in town
several davs last week.
II. K. Lapointe, foreman for the
Crows Nest Pass Lumber company
here, has been transferred to Wardner
and Kimeia Carver has taken charge
in his place.
(Special correspondence.)
Spring has returned with all the
gladness of nature. The frog orchestra poured forth their charming
notes last week, the crow's "caw
caw" can lie heard from the tree
tops and the crocus is budding on
all the hillsides.
Itev. Mr. Hamilton will bold service in the school house Good Friday
evening at 7.30.
Mr. D. A. Anderson made a business trip t" St. Paul, returning Friday last.
Mr. Chamberlain, mill foreman, left
for Spokane Monday last.
Miss Grassing visited her parents
in Marysville Thursday last and attended the St. Patrick's dance at
the Royal.
Miss Bent, of Cranbrook, visited
Mrs. L. Taylor for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bennett, of
Broadview ranch, called ou our buig
on Saturday.
Mr. W. Spillslead, who has been
spending the winter witb his parents
at Tofiold, Alberta, returned Saturday last to spend another summer in
WyclifJe.
Miss Mohler visited her parents in
Kimherley last week.
Miss N. Handley, of Marysville,
visited at Mrs. J. Little's for a few
days on her return from Cranbrook.
She was accompanied by her friend,
Miss J. Whit more*
As a result uf tbe exceedinrly high
water this spring the main thoroughfares have been badly washed away
and it has kept a gang of men busy,
this week grading and filling in the
washouts.
CBANBR00K BOARD OF TRADE
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING -
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
FOR ENSUING YEAR.
Tbe annual general meeting of
Cranbrook hoard of trade took place
on Tuesday evening, there being a
good attendance, thoroughly representative of the business interests of
the city.
In the absence of President M. A,
Macdonald, Mr. J. Q. McCallum was
voted to the chair.
The lirst business to come up was
the reading al the treasurer's financial statement, which showed a very
satisfactory, state of affairs, there
being a small balance to the good
after payment of all expenditures,
which, during tbe past year, had been
exccptlonall) heavy.
The report   was adopted as read.
Reports id committees came next,
Mr. J. (J* McCallum reported on he-
half of the committee appointed hy
the executive council to wall upon
Superintendent Brownlee in reference
to the proposed c.P (!. Y.M.C.A.
building. Mr. McCallum stated that
the committee had been mel In a
very cordial spirit by Mr. Brownlee,
'who took the position that it would
be verv Ill-advised lo elect the building mi the other side of the traCK,
and in their presence, dictated a
strong letter lo General Superintend'
enl A. Price, ol Calgary, suggesting
that In all InU rests ii would be bet
ter to Utilize Ha lots owned hy the
C.P.R . at present occupied bj thcil
commercial tclcgtoph office, in
discussing the matter with the committee. Mi Brownlee suggested that
probata!) the clUsens would like to
join with the C P II in the erection
nf tins ^ M» \ building, eltnei in
the w,i\ ol subncrtptlons or b< exem
ptlon Irom taxation, her light and
water The question ol the provl
sum of swimming baths and ol a
gymnasium was also discussed and
\U Brownlee intimated that these
features would undoubted!) receive
consideration
A general discussion lollowed Mr
McCaJJum's reporl
Mayor Fink, expressing bis pel
tonal news, said he belli red ll
would be good business foi  the eitl
-.ens  to pirsinl   the C P It    with        -■
Mie lui the proposed \ .M.C. \.
building,    Intimating that two   lots
ndj ing tbe    Odd Fellows building
wouid make a ver) desirable l. 6a
tion.
It was pointed out Ibat the dona
tion of a site nt» Id nol weigh
■reaHi with "" V ■ ' w ■ as the) had
land ol then own in tbe i'il\, but
that some consideration m the waj
•■[ exemption from t wet Ion, or (ree
light and water, would undoubtcdl)
tie grrsth appm   I il
\ftei several of those present had
expressed their views on the subject, special stress being laid upon
the beneficial eflei I * likely In ensue
from the erection and maintenance
ot (Y.M.C.A,, ahleh would l pen
to all   the    young  n en   id   lb.-    , It).
Mr.   K    Elwcll moved   that a com
miller be appointed to interview linen v council m reference to assistance
the council    might    he prepared     to
render in tbe premises, said committee lo confer later with Bupt.
Brownlee.
The following committee was appointed: Messrs. u il Wilson, R. B.
Benedict nnd It. 13. Beat tie.
Mavor Fink Intimated that he
would gtadlv call a special meeting
of the COUtiell to take in this matter at n dale earlier Hum the ncil
regular mcetiui'. April l.lli.
At a meeting ol the executive
council held last Friday evening, n
committee, composed of F. J. Deane
and De Yere Hunt, wns appointed to
draft a resolution to be forwarded
to lion. Win. Templeman, Dominion
minister of minis, n reference tn th"
exploitation of the vine resources of
East Kootenay, same lo he submitted to the reuernl niretlnn of thi
hoard of trade pilor to its trans
mission to Ottawa,
This resolution was read by Mr
Deane as follows:
"Hon. Wm.   Templeman, M.P., Min-j
is ter of Mines, Ottawa:
11* ir Sir:—In view of the prospective expenditure of tlie sum of $al),-
(lUli, in the exploitation of the zinc
resources of British Columbia, wej
beg leave, on behalf of the board of j
trade uf Cranbrook, to request that |
in any plans for the outlay of this j
money, special attention he given to
-.he mines of Kast Kooeenay, known
to he rich in zinciferous ores. In
this connection we would draw your j
attention to the report of the commission appointed to investigate the t
zinc resources of British Columbia, '
which report was issued by the'
Mines Branch nf the Department of1
the Inttriur, on Septemhtr 27th,
1806."
(Signed) Be Yere Hunt
F,  J.  Deane. ' i
On   motion    the     above resolution
was unanimously endorsed and order-'
ed to he forwarded forthwith to tbt* j
lieu. Wm. Templeman.
Mr. It. E. Beattie raised the question oi Improved mail service he-1
tweon Cranbrook and (ioldt-n and a '
committee was appointed to draft a
resolution toe submission to the
postmaster-general, consisting of.
Di    king and  Mr   A.   It.  Macdonald  1
Dr. J. H King then raised the
question of the proposed Dominion'
government building Intimating that
whilst it was proposed to bo ahead
wild the »"rk On same this season,
be thought it would be advisable to
represent to tbe minister of public
works that Cranbrook bad grown to
such an extent that its requirements
could   not     he   adequately     met   short .
ot ,i public building costing (75,000
In tins connection Mr Beattie told
ot the growth of Cranbrook's post
office business, tin- city now ranking
filth m tbe province in the volume ot
business transacted.
The following were appointed a
committee to take the matter up
with tbe Dominion minister ot public Works M A Macdonald. R E
Beattie and i>r .1 ll King
II   it   Benedict called attention to
the   reported   move  on   the   pait      of
the provincial government to establish    three    demonstration (arms in
Kootenay,  and  said  he  UlOUgtri   steps
should be taken io secure   at   less!
on.' ol  them  foi   Kast   Kootenav.   Tbe
following wore appointed a commit-
Ice io take the mattei up with tbe
government and Mi Thos, Caven,
w p p il li Benedict, Ed, El well,
and .1   ll  Thompson
The next order Ol business was the
h< lion ot officers foi the ensuing
veal. t'oi president, the first name
mentioned was that ol Mi M v.
Macdonald In Ihis connection tbe
point  was    raised  that   under ibe
Dominion board ol trade art a law
yet was noi eligible foi the office ol
president No one present was able
to give un authoritative statement
in ibis regard, hut it was considered
advisable, in order io save future
trouble, ■ <■ pass up III M \ Mac
itonsld.        Mi.  *i   0     McCollum's
name was neM proposed, hue be declined ibe honor Then the name of
Mr I! T Brvnimi was proposed and
enthusiastically received. Mr.
Brymner consenting to scoop, the of-
lice, be was declared elected by unanimous vote
The responsible and arduous oilier
Ol secretary was conferred upon Mr.
ft. It Benedict, and the following
were elected to the executive council: Messrs. E, I. Pnterson, B, r'.V
well, De Yere Hunt, Vi. II. Supple,
C. It. Wnrd and M. A   Macdonald.
Ou motion of Messrs. Flwell and
Hunt a hearty vole of thanks was
accorded the retiring officers.
Communications from the Fertile
board of I rude were read, proposing
the eslablishtnent nf nn Kast Kootenav Associated Board, to include the
boards of trade throughout Kast
Kootenay and Crnnhrook board of
trade was asked to send delegates to
a meeting to be held on the evening
of the iMrd Inst. Io complete nntaiii-
/atloii. On motion the president,
secretary nnd Mr. M. A. Macdonald
were appointed delegates, tbe board
adopting a resolution expressing ap
1 pro vii I ot Ibe proposed Assoeialed
Hoard, also that the first meeting of
such hoard bo held in Cranbrook.
A communication from "Westward
Ho," a coast magazine, asking for
an article descriptive of Cranbrook
district, was read and upon motion
it was left to the president and secretary to arrange witb Mr. Jos.
ftyan for the preparation of such an
article.
At this stage of the proceedings,
President Brymner briefly addressed
the gathering, urging upon the members regular attendance at all meetings throughout the year and also
impressing upon all the necessity of
keeping their dues promptly paid
up.
At the suggestion of Mr. W. 11.
Wilson a committee, consisting of
himself and the secretary, was appointed to make a thorough canvass
of the city for the purpose nf securing new members.
On motion of Mr. De Yere Hunt a
hearty vote of ehanks was accorded
the proprietors of the Cranhrook
hotel for the use ol their parlors lnr
board of trade meetings.
Mr Benedict raised the question
of the mooted construction of a
wagon road from Cranhrook to Fernie, via Bull River Falls. Mr
Deane spoke to the question, referring to information on the subject
obtained from Mr. Henderson, anil
recommending that the matter lie
brought to the notice nf Mr. Thos.
Caven and the provincial minister of
public works Several present, Including Mayor Fink and Mr. James
Ilv.ui intimated that as they had
no authoritative information on the
suh'ect. it would he best to lake no
action and  this course was adopter!.
Before the motion to adiourn was
adopted, it was agreed that tbe regular date of meeting during the ensuing viar should he the first Tuesdav of tbe month, providing the day
did not fall on the first of the
month
Singer sewing machines do the best
work am) last a lifetime Sold on
small monthly. payments. -Singer
Store. 4-11
\ I TKIIAN        TRADE - \ N10NIST
HONORED.
On Saturday- evening last Sam
Muedonald was the guest nf honor at
a gathering of trade unionists, representing the CD.It. machinists, carmen, boiler makers, blacksmiths and
helpers unions, who had assembled to
dn houoi to the former president of
the machinists union, who has retired to engage in the dairying business on bis own aecount.
Full justice was done tlie excellent
■upper, provided by Messrs. J Boyes
and I,. Bent Then the chairman.
S. Griffiths, invited Mr F. Ogle, of
the Herald stall, to tay a few-
words. Mr Ogle -bait briefly with
Certain aspects of the trade union
question, expressing tin- opinion lhat
thr day of industrial strl.es was
over aud that it was up to wage
workers to take s more intelligent
interest in polities and civic affairs
and thai unless they did so thev
would hr down and out. He also
pointed out in this eonneetion that
the seven labor measures introduced
at tbe late session nf the legislature
bad la-en thrown out by the provincial government and urged them to
ask. Why
The chairman next called upon the
guest of the evening, paying a high
tribute to "Sam" for his untiring
devotion to the cause of labor and
wishing him success In his new venture
f'pnn coming forward to respond,
brother *'Ssm" met with a reception that testified unmistakably to
bis popularity among his brother
workers. In thr course of his remarks Mr* McDonald said that whatever he had done tn the cause of
trade unionism he had done with
single eye tn dutv, aud that sn far
as the cause which Ihey all had at
heart was concerned, he could only
echo the remarks nf the previous
speaker. Trades     uninnists   and
woikinirnieii in general must watch
(the various governments and see that
, measures calculated lo advance the
I Interests of labor and uf tbe    com
munity as a whole were placed on
the statutes.
Several other toasts having been
disposed of, the gathering joined iu
singing "For he's a jolly good [el
low," as a last testimony of the i
good feeling toward the guest ol the
evening.
The musical portion of the program
was well carried nut bv the following: Messrs. Gibson, Glasgow, McMillan, Henderson Nesbit, Hinckley,
Bennett, Campbell, Johnson, Can.
McKenna, Flowers, Roy Smith,
Si mm 9 and Bent Jas. Boyes, who
pleaded that be could not sing, gave
a short speech. A feature of the
program was the singing of Scorn
Muir. who has fittingly been dubbed
'Harry Lauder's Double." Neil
Houston presided at tbe piano with
greol ability,
FOIf AID MOVES
a hum; settlers.
With a view to aiding desirable
British emigration to Canada, Lord
Mount Stephen has put bis shoulder
to Um wheel He has generously
set aside a substantial amount,
$800,000, in securities with a yearly
earning powoi of $14,000 for this
purpose. This work has been put
in the hands of a body of trustees
witb Dr. Barnado's home, a national
incorporated association, as tbe executive, of the benefactor's ideas. This
will he widely appreciated, both in
the Old Country and among Canadian citizens ready to welcome the
better class of settlers in our large
and resourceful land.
Immigration Into Canada for February was 1(1.1(12, as compared with
4,791 for the same month last
year. For eleven months of the tis-
cal year the total increase was \:>
per cent more than the same months
ot the previous year.
THK GUN.
It is coming to light that an uncomfortable number of Italians in our
country habitually carry concealed
weapons. These foreigners, Inflamed
wilh drink and some of Ihem without
its aid, have proved a vicious example, and a danger clement. Montreal's remedy is confiscation and
prohibition. Last week the Italian
colony was raided by tbe police and
arsenal of sixty stilettos ami
forty revolvers was captured, along
with ten resisters, who were locked
up for safe keeping.
DOOMED.
The race course gambling interests
have lost their case before the special committee of parliament, which
has recommended by a vote of 7 to
5, that the Miller Anti-Oambliiig
bill become law. The prevailing
feeling in the house in reported as in
favor of the measure. The fairest
treatment bas been accorded all parties for and against the hill. The
recent Grand Lodge in St. Catherine's, Ont., representing 30,000 enrolled Orangemen, pass.d a resolution against gambling, as "an evil
that saps the foundation of character and tends to demoralize the
community."
Oak Bay. suburb of Victoria, B.
C, now have a by-law with heavy
penalties against race track gatnb-
Bne* The California men, who last
year In their sixty day meet, brought
this place into disrepute and not a
few- nenple into ruin, will not do it
again.
FOB SOCIAL PURITY.
A national federation is proposed
of the various Canadian and I nited
States socletb ■ seized to deal
with the moral and phvsical wrongs
growing out of tbe social evil. These
societies sre rapidlv streading ami
enlisting the influential in their
philanthropic work. In New York
and Chicago altme there are over
live thousand medical men enrolled
in tbis movement Tbe Canadian
Purity Kduiatioti association, with a
field secretary and headquarters at
Toronto, is doing an aggressive
work.
One K. Armstrong was sentenced
to the Detroit prison for connection
with the white slave traffic. The
young women in the ease were deported.
I'hat the soul and body destroying
business of prostitution in the west
funis its chief source of supply from
the foreign element is evident not
only from Winnipeg police findings,
hut from a recent Pacific coast interview. It is asserted that in
Vancouver during the last four vears
only one Canadian woman has 'km
recruited for the white slave traffic.
This is a credit to our Canadian womanhood. But what of our Canadian manhood in the llghl of tin-
existence of this fell crime in our
land? How long will ibis foreien
viciousness he allownl to sap the financial and phvsical, the moral and
spiritual Integrity of our British
Columbia citizenship "
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INTERPRETATION
ACT
OF    WATER
ADDITIONAL LOCALS
Sec Short's ad. on front page.
(let vour Easter dainties at the
Ladies'   Aid  cookery  sale,  March  211.
EGGS FOR HATCHING -From a
pen of Rhode Island Reds; prize winning stock; price $3.00 per Hi eggs.
Also one Rhode Island Red cockerel
lor sale. Price $3.00.—Mrs. Ben R.
Keer, Marysville, B. C, 4-lt
Do you want a nice turkey for your
Easter dinner? We can supply you.
—P. Woods and Co.
Are vou looking for a bargain iu
furniture? We have a lot of second
hand furniture and not much space
and must, sell, See our bargains.—
C. M. VanWormer.
Richard J ('lark, at one time of
ibe Victoria Colonist staff, and well
known to printers and newspapermen
throughout all sections of liritisli
Columbia has been appointed bv the
heirs of the late John Houston to
take editorial and general charge of
the fortunes of the Fort George
Tribune, and has already left for
(Juesnell en route to bis new field ol
dul v.
Jerse--  Creme.
FOR SALE-CHOICE EGGS FOB
HATOHING.-Pure bred Rhode Island Reds, $2.iili per 13; pure bred
Barred Plymouth Rocks, $1.60 per
13; pure bred White Plymouth
Hocks (Fis-hel Strain) $2,511 per 13;
pure bred It. C. Brown Leghorns,
H.".n per 13. W. J. Atchison, 'phono
1II5C. 4-11-
A necessity for the bath is a
Knickerbocker Shower Brush. A
full line at Patmore Bros.
TO RENT.—Warm dry stable for
four horses with large hay loft and
oat bin above; $i; per month. Apply Herald ollice. I
Don't fail to attend the illustrated
travel lectures in the Presbyterian
church. No better lectures have
been given on the Pacific coast.
Returns of provincial timber transactions for the month of February
have been compiled and show a total
of li'AH licenses issued for areas west
of the Cascades during tbe short
month nf tbe vear, representing receipts nf $80,550.25; east nf the
Cascades there were liifi licenses issued, bringing $53,780.10 to the
treasury. Timber transfer fees produced $538; penalties $2,175, 111
coal licenses, $14,40.1. ami miscellaneous small receipts $2*1, making a
total nf receipts for the month of
$100,476.65.
Jersey Creme.
FOR SALE—TWO boilers, two engines and saw mill machinery. Ap
ply tn Thos. W. Leask, or B. 1>-
Johnson, Cranbrook, B.C. 4-3t*
Asparagus, green onions, celery,
parsley, lettuce, spinach, at Fink's
Pure Food Grocery.
Did it ever strike you that advertising in spasms is little, it any,
better than no advertising? ua
you want to dn business by "liis ami
starts " nr are you anxious for a
steadily growing business, a business
that requires your constant attention, a business whose progress (Ills
vou with satisfaction? If so you
should conduct vour publicity campaign in Cranbrook's live newspaper.
The Herald.
Jersev Creme.
FOR SALE—Trio of Cornish Indian game, 1st prize winners. J.
Barreau, Medicine l!nt, Alta.     t-lt*
The only chance to get in nn the
ground floor. See Ward and Little's
ad.
R. If. Campbell, Dominion superintendent of forestry, will, in the
course of a few weeks, leave Ottawa
for tlie west to re-organize a lire
range service there The corps of
fire rangers employed by the government is recruited every spring. This
year, on account of the wide public
interest created in connection with
the protection nf forests, the work
of the department will he broadened.
patrols will tie sent out alont: the
railway tracks, and the forestry
branch will endeavor to carry out in
a practical manner many nf the findings nf the conservation committee
Eloquent, educative, humorous,
descriptive and inspiring are the lectures to be given in the Presbyterian
church b'- Mr. Lewtas.
Jersev Creme.
WANTED—Ladles', gentlemen and
children's clothine to mend; also
table linen, bed linen and hosiery.
Mrs. Isabel Butler, French Ave.,
north of the bridge, P. O. Box
841. --!'
Oct your Easter dainties at the
Ladies' Aid cookery sale, March 26.
Medicines that aid nature are always most successful. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy acts on this
plan. It loosens the cough, relieves
the lungs, opens the secretions and
aids nature in restoring the system
to a healthy condition. Sold hy all
druggists and dealers. 1-tf
Vou will want something nice for
your Faster dinner We have it —
P, Woods and Co
A straight, honest,
Iiealthful cream cf
tartar baking powder.
Made from Grapes.
Contain.* not a grain
'£'*?". of injurious  ingredient
'PI
ESv-f* s** j£ Sli   $ S|v K) 1!bb
 CRKAM
An Important decision bus recently
been given by the c-rt of appeal,
interesting to all sppllcsntl for water records, past, present and future
For the first time the biebest
court in the province bas passed upon Hie general bearing an.I to some
extent tbe scope nf tie consolidated
water act passed bv tin Inttlltture
a year ago In this esse 'he court
has unanimously held that that ael
does not affect or alter Ihe old procedure nn applications filed and pend-
inr before the act was brought into
operation of last year. j
This has been tlie contention of the'
Northern Pacific Lumber companv, as I
urged bv its counsel, Edgar Bloom-1
field, who are the successful respond-1
ents In the appeal, tie1 unsuccessful <
annellants being the Nicholas Chemical enmnanv. represented bv Sir
Charles Hlbbetl Tupp-r K. C. The
argument of Sir Charles was In effect that the water ait took away
froin the emmtv court judge his former jurisdiction to deal even with
anplieatlnns filed before nr pending
at the time of the pasfsfte of that
act. After a two days' argument
tbe court Unanimously decided
against that contention nnd in favor
of the opposite view advanced hy Mr.
Blonmflcld, the decision being given
at  fhe close of the case.
THE WORKWOMEN'S EMPLOYMENT
AND REAL ESTATE ACENCY
Is prepared to supply help, skilled 01
unskilled, on shortest possible notice, to find employment and gu,u-
atitec positions when sent out; to
rent houses and rooms nnd tn sell
ynu fruit lands or other property for
s small commission.
Address:-W. Parker, 312 Baker St.
NELSON, B.C.       4S-i2t
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t CRANBROOK    HIGH    SCHOOL |
} MISS   CRANDAL.   B.A.,   Teachtr
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♦ School  opened  January   10th.     I'upila  will  be
♦ received   at   any   time   ou   application   to   tl.t
X Board »>f Sohool Trustees.
X S.  II   IK .SKINS,
♦ Secretary
*
| The   New   Produce
and
Provision House
.Si:\T IimR TO CAKADUN H.'TEI.i
Has not a full stock of Seed Oats. Peed Oats. Wheal,
Bran, Shorts. Chops, Roiled Oa*«, Com Meal. Batter and
Eu't's. Timothy, Blue J.,int and Prairie Hay. and the ked
Flour ini 1.• -< 1 in Western C'.mada —
"PRIDE   OF   THE   WEST"
(live us a call.   Try our l'oc.Is and 1* con\inced that yon
Crel Quality and Price Rinbt.
The East Kootenay Produce and
PHONE
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FOR   A OOOD  SAFE   INVESTMENT   BUY
LOTS   IN   ELKO
ThejoneUoa of the Gtett Kortbe-.11 Kslhrsy vttbtbs
C.IMC. and it i» buond tu be » KaJhrsf i.eiiire
The Ose-it Ra-tldsntlsl town in Kh*i K'i>.ie-n.aT sad adjacent lo the
Oosl snd Oil Fields. Beautiful tcenery tr.d dilres. 71,* ilk Ruer is
conced**) .i« one of the tfghti **f tl.t* Roesiei
Price of lote 176.00 rarneri m,.| %hQU0 in*iit, terms—Jf »■»,
balsm >• fl snd 12 months at * perm t Interest.
Apply i" T. 'i. Proctor, Genirsl Msosger,The Kooteas* VelleytC-s*,
NeUon, it (' : or v, Joe Amnio, Local Asset, Elko.
CRANBROOK I.AM-J DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF EAST KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that Wllbelmios
Moss, i»i Cronbrook, it. c., occup*-
lion, Spinster, intends to appiy foi
iifrn.ii-i.tjh i*. purchase tbe following
dest ni*imI lands:
CommenclOg  at  a  pOSt   planted      at,
tho southeast cornet ul Lot MM,
Group One, thenee south 2it chslas,
mors <.r leaSi to the north boundaty
ol Lot imi, thence westerly aiui.g
said boundsr] seventeen (17) cbatni,
more nr less, t*> the west boundarj
ul Lot Mil, thence nortberl] along
said well bounder] a distance ol
tw.nt> 130) ehains, thence east
• enteen (17) ohalns, more oi lest.
tn tbe ji"i"i "( commencetnent, eon
lalnlng tblrtj Use (M) seres, more
oi less
Uilhrlimr.il Uoss, Locator,
per J. (i   Cummlmj     \. nl
Dated February 5th, 1010.     M-M
POR SALE
1 McOregw Oourley Co/s Ltghw-
Mnf; Flooring Mathii.e, planee If
inches wide, I locfaee thick, vith
S Unet beads 1-r matching, almost
new, bare to move t«» make coon for
other maehinrry. Will t(change tat
lain bet
The UY-.-.-rr,  Vtntnt.fi Mi.Is Co,
Ml i bi^ry. Ait*
MclNTYRE aJRICKSON
An tip-*.-i.d.iii; assr.rtnieat tt
tin- latest bits in
SHI.E T MUSIC
Moderate price oi all
25*. and .Mc cich
Union taken I r .*,.; kiads nf
ARMSTRONG* AVENUE
Most ■-     *'■ ProspectorOsHee
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
assess eewsai • ****'* -wit <ti-»*Tif**i. n m*r
nimu ••^•rtMin "'it eMnRja RMfnMMr la
eti.-rmt ■
Intent!..I
I'Soi. tiWfft
Pure, clean and frcxti milk snd
butter. Apply to Vi. li. Ilardgett,
Cranbrook Dairy. 1-tt
BartjMMff 9*1 __.
fr.iift.ltntlal.RM
mm (m. tne*** mmsjm
I'alanta la*M lfcrt«fh Mi
Sctcttiiric JltsKiicati.
A hawiwrt'T ■WflSaJ smMk   taw-t a£
. Dlai.i.n  i>f   wif   tneniirtV   mhi* .      I'm •   I. r
i-M* t.u. Bdnf rw, pan*** ..^....i. mt i*»
NOTICE   i.l'    APPLICATION POH
TRANSFER OP LIQUOR
LICENSE.
TAKE NOTICE u...t I, Hjrde Baker, ol tbe Ciiy ..I i i.uilm..ik. In the
Province al llrltlsn Colombia, Ageat,
Intend ... apply to the Board ..I
Licensing Commissioners ..I thp dtj
ol rt.i.ti,i,»,k, at their naxt regnlat
meeting to bo held thirty days alter
tbe date hereto at the City ol
Croabrook, for the transler' .,1 the
hotel license held t.y me with ro*
sii.it t,, the IVentworth dotal, mi..-
.,.,* on Lou li, 11 and H, in Block
tn. ..I Iho t'.ty "I Cranbrook, t,. John
Hugh HcDonsld
Dated   m Cranbrook, H  C,    this
Jlst da) ,,l t'ehniary. A, l». mill.
51-51 V   Hyde Baker
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rilOMR ■.. I' ll l*...i3vT
THI M* tIMO-Mn
LIVERY, FEED AND
SALE STABLE
The Finest Drivers
Up-to-date Rigs
liiH.il Saddle Morsca
HUT AND CHAIN .OR Mil
WM.    KERR
tl'r ,|,r,..,„        ntANRRIHIK.il '
IIANDLKYt OLD STAND
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THE   PAPER   THAT   IS   ItEAD   BY   THE   PEOPLE
MARCH 34, 1i)!0
UUANISIiOOIv Ul&UALD
Uy Llie Herald   t'ublisbing Company,
Limited.
l*\ J. Deane, Managing Kditor.
U'ilOiilAL NOTES
.hrilping liy tlie Interest displayed
ai Tuesday ovoning's annual general
meeting "i the board <■* tratlo ami
ihe election "■ Mr. Brymner lo the
niluT ol president, willi Mr* BeliO"
diet as secretary, the board should
prove exceptionally useful lo Uran-
broolt city and tlie Burroiiudlug ilis-
tnci in tlio coming year. There is
much that can bo ■i**--'- and there is
good reason to believe lhat witli Mr.
Iirymuer actively identified with tho
work no pains will bo Bparod ti> ac-
coinpllsli tlio bcsl possible results.
Whilst Hi'- ottendnnco al Tuesdaj
evening's meeting was very representative, still there were several
umong Cranbrook's foremost business
men conspicuous in ihelr absence.
Tliis is nol as ii should in-, nnd if
.Mr. Iirymuer ami his colleagues on
the executive board, are to accomplish ii«< lies! results they must bavc
nt theli hacks the active, enthusiastic support ol every business man in
town. Tho 'l cision reached by the
board to join with Pernio in (he or-
(tantaaifoh ol an Vssociatcd Board
for Kast Kootenay must ho highly
commended. Si uh an organization
will In- in a position in give attention in ami odvancee lhe Interests of
the whole <>f Kul  Kootenay.
The movement in favor of co-operation wilh tbe C.P.tt. tt) make ul
the proposed V.M.l'.A. n truly civic
Innutrition will undoubted!) lie productive of much good, ll arrange
incuts can in- made wherchv tlto
building will be erected within tho
city limits ami supplemented by lhe
addition ol a swimming bath ami
gvmnasium, a great deal will have
net n accomplished, Such an Institution is undoubtedly needed iu
Cranbrook, imt onlj lur the benefit ol
tho C.P.R. employes, Iml ror tho use
and advantage of tlio voung men uf
tbe cllv eenerallv. The council will
he well advised if Ihey decide lo i tke
generous nctlon in the matter.
The Victoria ■'< lonisl rcmarVs:
"The Crnnbrool Herald thinks
the nttortiRV-gei eral o ight to Investigate the statements mule
bv .Mr. Macgnwan in the legislature relative to a member of tho
British Columbia judiciary.
There is reallj nothing fur the
nl tm ■•('■. -general lo invest I ante,
Mr Mncgownn eltose to make certain stall-nil ni:,, Imt ii js no part
of the duty ol the attorney-general to examine Into allegations,
which anv member of the house
mav sec m lo utter. lie cm
only   probe    specific   allegations
brought to his attention officially, This has not been done iu
tbe matter referred to."
The Colonist's attitude in this connection is somewhat unintelligible.
ft is freely concedod that the attor-
ney-goneral is tlio guardian of the
honor of the bench ami bar in this
province and to suggest that some
more formal action on the part of
Mr. Macgowan i.s necessary to bring
to the official notice ol the attorttcv-
goneral tho grave chargos definitely
ami unqualifiedly preferred against
one of the supreme court iudges of
tlie province, savors of the absurd.
In clear cut, unmistakcablo language,
.Mr. Macgowan, on tho Hour of the
legislature, preferred ibe most ser
ions charges against Hon. Mr. Justice Clements, Tho nltorncy>gonornl
was I)reset)I at Iho lime ami heard
Mr Macgowan1 s remarks, full reports of which havo appeared in alt
Hie leading papers ol ibe province.
If lhe poitrl hi- insisted upon that
\\y. Macgowan has not as yet made
specific chargos, in view id what he
did sav and lhe publicity given therc-
to, th" attorney-general should certainly insist upon Mr. Macgowan
making his charges specific, so that
lie mav he in a position to probe
ami either disprove or substantiate
ihem, in order that the public may
know ilu- true inwardness thereof
and the bench of this province cleared of the aspersions under which it
now rests.
PREPARING    NEW    LAND    FOR
CHOI'S.
Al the last meeting of the Cranbrook Fanners' Institute, the lollowing paper on "Preparing new
land for crops ami planting frull
trees" was read by John Levett:
In response to your request for Information regarding preparing the
land for crops would sav that 1 have
found, after farming in ami around
ihis vicinity for twenty years, thai
it is very little use to just break up
this new land in the spring and ex-
peel to raise a crop the lirst season. It is almost sure to he a
failure. People, fur instance, coming from the east expecting to liml
the land the same as in Ontario ot
other eastern parts of Canada arc
lisappolntcd. There, when you break
up new land it is an ideal place
lu errow almost any kind uf a runt
crop, especially potatoes, but If vou
ilu thai here you will hardly get
vour seed hac'-i, no matter whether
rout crop, ur grain, ur fruit, it is
all the same. That has been my
experience in this pari of the vallev. The laud here has to be well
worked up. cultivated and manured
a full season, as it don't seem to
have any life in it till you have
done that , and then if you' can get
water ami manure it, it is surprising
what can he grown mi some of this
land. What is meant hv working
the land up thoroughly? Some
icoule might think that by plough
Ing il once and harrowing a few
limes would he good enough, hut my
plan is In plough three or four
iimes at  Intervals through the sea
son and harrow good after each
ploughing, which will lake out roots
ur anv other rubbish that may l.c in
the land, the harrow is a splendid
imulcment, wliich leaves the limd in
such a shape as it forms a mulch and
that prevents the moisture from
escaping, which would othorwiso ho
lost. If anyone will notice, ufter a
heavy rain the land will he lashed
down and crusted over In a dav or
after, it will he Cull of little
cracks. Thai is tho moisture get-
ling away, and thai is why we gel
in wilh 'uur cultivator or harrow,
which puis a slop lo thai by forming a mulch so as In gel the whole
benefit uf ihe rains that fall, li is
surprising to see su manv gardens
and   Holds   Where   Hie   w ceds are    left
to grow all summer, smothering oul
the erup ami also drawing lhe nulrl
n i  and  moisture mil uf the    land
therefore robbing the plants uf what
tllO) should got, ami then people
wonder why their crop Is a failure.
It can hardly be expected lo grow
both with profit. Another mistake
a good many make is nol to gel Iho
laud ploughed in lhe (all, where It is
possible In dn ii, as there is nothing equal lo Jack Frost, as he is
the best pulverizer thai we have and
the winter mould dues nol dry oul
like spring nluughlng , therefore. It
is much better for any clop. Last
spring I set nut one hundred apiile
trees on the ranch at Fori Steele,
on a piece uf land that had been in
potatoes ami iu good shape for
planting fruit. We laid nil each row
32 feet apart and then dug out holes
three feel wide and two feel deep,
and when planting lhe trees, care
was taken nut lu pul anv of the
dead soil hack into Hie holes, untiling hut gnud, rich earth, as [ think
it is a mistake to set them Into a
post holo ami expect litem to grow.
I harrowed the ground at Intervals
all through the season tu keep moisture iu, anil weeds down. They made
good growth, some of Ihem growing
three feet, wliich I thought was good
as last season was a hard one.
John Levett.
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. ami Mrs II. Campbell, of
Fleming, Sask'., take this means of
extending Iheir heartfelt thanks to
the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, as well as to the many friends
of their late sun Donald, for the
greal kindness ami sympathy extended to them in the bereavement they
sustained bv his death in the recent
disaster at McNeillie.
EOOS FOR SALE.—Pure breed
While Wyandotte eggs, $2.00 per set
tiiif of 15 or $ii.(Kt per hundred. Silver Creek Ranch, three miles west ol
Cranbrook.   Mrs. Vi. F. Itnran. 1-lt'
RANCHERS.—The best paying
machine on tho farm is a DeLaval
Cream Separator. Something that
is used every dav in the year. Il
will pav fur itself in one season. We
have tbe latest model in stock.—
Patmore Urns.
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SILVERWARE
CERTAINTIES
Wcil-Hin- I Undoubtful grades
of ■mumiw.hu. No profit 111 them
alt ne   fo   a** oi our unstomeis.
tt*. um ml lit si of all, before, a e
OOllson 1 even lo consider Silverware, that  it hear the stump nf
rupuinhlo make b| that it he
ni ti*-*ic in tleign ; und iu every
penicillin wot tit  im pi lee.    So
ynu     KUU    WU    offer    HtlvorWIirO
certainty,
('note iu ami lei us t-how yoil our
illHplny if Ihe least bit
interested,
W.  H. Wilson
Jeweler & Optician
EASTER COSTUMES
CANADA'S LEADING LADIES'
TAILORS
Novi Modi
Ready to Wear and Made to Order
Garments for Women
Every iiariiii.nl is n reflection of Great
Skill .lis|ilnye.l in I), xis^aiiisar.
Cull ill); liml TuiloriiiK.
'I'I... stylos nre the uiek of the four Lriiilinc,
Fashion ('.'liters i.f tho World--
London, Paris, Now York
uuil Ghtoago,
Tho Cloths are tho pick of Iho Kuro,cnn
nml Ameriaan Mills,comprising! Panamas,
Surges, FnnoyFronchOlolhs.Choviol Serges,
IVrsinn l.nwn. Minister Cloth, Clianilirny.
lu oolorB to suit everybody.
We invito your inspection before you buy
elsewhere, must be soon to realize.
Fergusson&Houston
Baker Street
PHONE 210    CRANBROOK, B. C.
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CHURCH  COLUMN
CATHOLIC   CHUHOH SBRVICRS.
On Good Friday morning service ai
s o'clock, Evening service, sermon
and way of   the cross at 7.80.
Holy Saturday, morning service
will begin at 7.30. Blessing of the
new fire anil Paschal candle. Heading of the prophecies, Blessing; of
the water for baptism.     .Mass.
Master Sunday, muss at 8.30 a.m.
II1.J1 mass at 10.30,
X. B.—The pastor will be at the
church during the afternoon uf Holy
Saturday.
BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES.
Tho  resurrection   of our Redeemer
and Lord will he commemorated
special services, morning, afternoon
and evening, with appropriate East
er messages in sung and sermon
itev. .1. t'. Reed, the singing evangelist, will he present ami assist at
tlie ll a.m. service. Morning
theme: "The Uplifting Power nf the
llisen Christ." Theme fur 7.30 p.m.
service: "The Healing Wings of tbe
Bison Son."
.Monday.—Young People's parlor
meeting at residence of Mr. W, IL
Brown, Norbury avenue, H p.m.
Illustrated scientific talk hy a city
dentist.
Wednesday, >s p.m., mid-week meeting fur praise and prayer.
A cordial christian welcome tn all
METHODIST CHURCH
March 27th.
Services at 11, 3, 1 and 7.30.
Evangelist John Lewtas from Tac-
otna will give a lecture to women entitled: "The Woman for the Twentieth Century." at l p.m. Members and friends from other churches
are very cordially Invited to attend.
Epworth League prayer meeting at
7 p.m.
Messrs, Lewtas and Beed will conduct the evening service at 7.311 and
will sing some of their much appreciated duets ami solos. The
stewards will he glad if the members
ami friends of the church will as-
semhle as early as possible. The
evangelists will bold service each
nlghl up to Wednesday, inclusive, at
is p.m. All are invited to attend.
On Wednesday niuht Mr. Lewtas will
lecture uu the "Wreckers of Lite."
This will he llie last meeting of tlie
series and it is Imped that the
church will he tilled.
Wednesday.—Special meeting of the
Ladles' Aid at the home of Mrs.
Wasson at 3 p.m. All members are
requested lo attend.
EASTER MUSIC IN KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
March 27th.
Morning service at 11 o'clock.
Churns—Jesus is Risen, wilh contralto solo hv Mrs. .1. 0. Sutherland.
Chums—The Choir Angelic, with
soprano solo by Mrs. B. .1. Pater-
son.
Solo— Behold the Master Passes By
—Mrs. k. i. Peterson,
Itev. John Lewtas, of Tacutiia,
Wash., will preach..
Evening service, 7.30 o'clock.
Opening chorus—The Choir Angelic.
Churns—As It Began to Dawn,
willi tenor solo by W. Moduli
Chorus—Offertory and Lord's
prayer.
The pastor will preach. Subject:
"The Beasoiiahleiiess of the Easter
Joy."
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LADIES'  AID COOKERY SALE,
The Ladies' Aid ul the Methodist
church wilt hold their annual Batter
Cookery sale on Saturday afternoon
at 3, in tlie Salvalion Army hall un
Hanson avenue, north of the Method-
1st church. As usual, there will be
a fine assortment of eookery, meats,
pics, cakes, jellies, bread, cookies and
preserves, and other things good to
eat loo numerous to mention. Afternoon tea will be served by the
ladles and dainty lunches will
tempi the most delicate palates. The
new cookery hook, published by the
society, will also be on sale. Price
50c. ' All friends who are assisting
in preparing eatables for this occasion are requested to send the same
tu the Salvation Armv hall on Saturday afternoon by two, or to the
parsuiiage, not later than that hour.
FOR SALE—Baspherrv canes. Ap
ply Vi. J. Hamilton. 1-tt
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Table! s invariably bring relief to
women suffering from chronic constipation, headache, biliousness, dizziness, sallowncss of the skin and
dyspepsia. Sold by all druggists and
dealers. 1-tt
BUY
A
RAKE
A
HOE
OR
SHOVEL
AND
CLEAN
VP
McCallum&Co.
THE HARDWARE MEN
SEEDS
THAT WILL
GROW
\V« have tin* liest assorted
stock of Flower mid Garden
Seeds ill the Kootennys.
See our large window, nud
there is plenty more inside.
j. D. McBRIDE
HARDWAKE.CRANBROOK.B.C,
B.C. LIVERY        !
FEED AND SALE STABLE
I.KZAl.l.'S    (11.11    KTANII I
H.ttli Single nml l.ituliY Drivers   I
lnr all put i*. nl tin, District.        I
Granl Sn.l.llo Moreen  (innil Tilrtioilli.,
Up tn-iliuo HigM       ModoiHle Prices,
OPPOSITE THE ROYAL HOTEL
DOUAST & DEACON, Prop's
,1. K. DEVCON, .\l«lil.|*er
Phone 81 -       - Phone HI
ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
llirori.iini.nl   1800
Head Office: Montreal, Quebec
CAPITAL PAID UP - - $ 5,000,000
RESERVE .... 5,700,000
TOTAL ASSETS   -      -      -      70,000,000
II. s. HOLT, I'resMon!
l-'„ I,. I'lSAUE, Qonoral Manngof
Accounts   of   Firms,   Corporations  nml    Individuals
solicited,
Out-of-town business reoolvoB every nltoiitlon,
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.   Dopos r 11.00 nml
upwiirds received ami  Interest nllovved ut etirront  rnto.
X.. formality or delay in withdrawing,
A tl.'ti..nil Banking buoitioss transacted.
Cranbrook Branch: W. A. SCHWARTZ, Mgr.
C. 8ANDER80N
DRESSMAKER
Terms Moderate,  I' 0, Ton sir,
Orinbrook.   ■   Hini'l. Culi.nil.is
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We've   made   great   preparation   for
your    Easter   Outfitting—we've
the best of everything.
The rule that everybody must appear iu something new on Easter Sumlay. i*. Uecouiilig more
firmly established each year.
If you are not in need of our handsome Spring
Suits  or  Overcoats,  allow  us   to  call  your
attention to our splendid line ot'
Hats and Haberdashery
A new Easter Tie and Hat every Man ami l!oy
must have.
We've nil the new ami correct Spring bleeks in
Stilt and Soil Huts.
Hats  from  the  Best  of  Manufacturers
$2.oo   $2.50   $3.00 to $5.00
Exclusive   Neckwear
50c. to 75c.
Tin. l'...-t of lilnvp*. in [he Now Simile.
('Loire Shirlu anil   Uo-ierv.  eh* . e'l".
Yon know that this is always The Slur.* for Ihe
Choicest Outfitting   the real swell things!
A. O. PYE
"Where the Good Clothes come from"
BIG    SNAP
WARDMAN ADDITION
TO
CRANBROOK
Lots 50 x 157 feet.
$150.00
$5.00 Cash; balance $5.00 per month
and interest at 8 per cent.
SEE
BEALE & ELWELL
CRANBROOK,
B.C.
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C0LUMIIAN niUlY MANUFACTURINC CO.
VANCOUVER 1,0.,,
TO  INVESTORS
II ynu want ii nhh> Investment* And
one thut will si.iwl tin- elmest
ii.n|KTtinii, write
THE OYER-LAHD FINANCIERS, LTD.
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Head Office, Montreal
CAPITAL       - - -       $6,000,000
RESERVE        - -       $4,602,157
si, ll. SI, ALLAH, President
K. I*'. IIKBDUN, (lonorlll Mumper
143   BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A General Banking RiiBltieea tninparinl.   Oiii-tif-mwi Accounti
solicited.   Deposits or withdrawals muy he made hy mail
BAV1KCS  BANK   DEPAUTMENT—(100 openn an   aucou.it
Interest paid at littrhost current ratef.
Elko Branch:   C. R. Wickson, Mgr.
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The Lost Diamond
IS NOT FOUND
Good Taste
Was iiic redeem)ng feature
ilu* gentleman had hIio hmka
our window and stole the
diamond ring. He would have
one of
K a north's Diamonds
•ven at tin* cost ot seven join
penui servitudes
We have plenty more
Our books ehow lhat during tlio Inst month we have Bold
Diamonds aloua to tht' valae nf
THAT SPICKS
FOR ITSELF
$800.00    KOR ITSfcLF
THR RAWORTH BROTHERS
THAT SPEAKS   |
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YOU   SAVI;    DOLLARS   BY
HA VINO    WORK
DONE     11Y
Christian & Jones
Builders & Contractors
Don't Forget»WE Guarantee our work
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LOCAL N'JItS
Ward and Mttlo offct um a Iree
trip in Lethbridge.    Sw lam page.
(•taster lili--s at the Fink Mercantile
Co,
Tlie post ofllce wlc'iCt will bfl Qpetl
nn Good Friday from l to :! p.nt.
Nice spring chickens, i im what yon
waul, at I*. Woods and Co.
C. M. Shcppard, ol tin- Kasi Kootenay Realty company, Kcrnle, i*
visiting friend's in  lhe citv.
The travel lectures <»f Mr. Lewtas
each last two hums. Nut a dull
moment.
liin   shipment   of new hooks.    See
them   at  Cranbrook Drug and Book  Raster Sunday ai OumpbVl
<'". , nia.-s.
Foil SALK-A hahy carriage. Ap-] a carload of new machinery for
ply to Mrs. M. It. Thompson, Watt ,|1(. rjranhrook Urlek compan) ' has
avenue. 1  arrived and    is now hclng unloaded.
Tt)   RENT.-— Good   dry warehouse; 1 This    companv expect to he turning
Apply'Herald    oI-|out bricks again bv .Muy 1st.
See our   Ka.ster   novelties.—Camp-
Don't  miss the K.O.C, apron sale*
Salted peanuts made dailj at The
i'alni.
Thos. Caven, M.I'.T., Weal down
tu Spokane on Tuesday.
Nice celery ami cooking apples.—
Campbell and' Manning.
The annual meeting of the Koo*
nay Cloll Club will he held ou Tuesdav evening, March 3tllh, at 8.30, in
the city ofticcs.
(nt (lowers and Easier lilies for
Kasti-i Stuidaj at Campbell and Manning's.
F. A. Jones, of Coleman, was visiting friends  in  the city on  Friday.
s. Hodgson, of Marysville, was in
the cily Monday on business.
Cut flowers aud Easier lilies for
id Mam
C.P.R. Watch Intpectora CRANBROOK, B.O.
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I: FOR SALE AT OWNER'S PRICE ii
320
j! ACRES
2 utiles from Cranbrook
2(111 acres level and easily cleared
balance joodpasluro
Frame lioiuo 18x21, frame stable 18x83. Larue ■prtiiuc about
B rods from liotisn, Iti acres oleared and ready f..r orop
I acre ».*i .,..i with frull tree! and sniull I mils. Itallri.nl and
f,,.,.,l waaun road runs through farm, If yon are looking f..r
a f.irni .*!..ir to town lol us show you this ono, the price is to
■mall we ,1.. not like to mention II.
PRICK,  ONLY  $3,000 CASH
It's worth twice what it can be bought for.
FRED A. RUSSELL & CO.
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IIAVK vol' A DRIlTor In™.„l,nm.
tion wliii'li would lni|iqlr v.ini-i'H.iii,, ii) csso
nl ill-Ill ll?    We Will CI I socli ili,l,.|,|n|ii,.ra
II ynu ar*. iiiKiirnlil,..
Li,' s, i'\l,I,AM.1:11 ,,l Tin, mutual Ml,,
nl N,.*v V«,rk, ViiHromiT. .Jiow ion.   Surli
|iulii*li.», nu„ .1.1. unal  I 111.00. 'liivl.l I.
illirlliK llllll ITS. $*.».!.l-mer *.'.. P.O.—net
loallll.07 pel |.|,,|l«nli,l.
l.inl.v nirmilH WOUt-.ll. Ml"
1'riil. II. (I. Estobrooks, ul tlio
Okanagan College, Sumniorland, 11.
p., was in town uu Saturday anil
Sunday, ami addressed tlie morning
congregation in tin* Hn-nist church
in the Interests or missions and education. Hi* reports tin* initio,,!; |„r
Hie Kiininierlund College as very
bright. To accommodate the lorse
number ol young people scokiag ad-
Ohamberlaln's Stomdoh and Liver mission to lis general as well as
Tablets are safe, ?uto nnd reliable, ffXS'o S^^-flS
and have been praised by thousand* ed nnd buiMfttg operations an.now
of women who havo been restored to under wav for a new gymnasium, to
health through their gentle aid   and ,H' (','illiiu»;.i    throughout with    'the
curative   properties.      Sold   by   nil
druggists and dealers, 1-tt
Second band sowing machines for
sale cheap and to rent.-Singer
Store. 4 -It
most modorn appointments.
do to Stewart's Tor choice, fresh
vegetables, n,. rcoolvoa shlpmohts
dally.
Cut flowers and Easter lilies lor
Batter Sunday at Campbell ami Matt-
nines.
Si;   per  inoiilli.
flee. 1
Choice asparagus, Icttttco, spinach,
cucumbers, celery, parsley at Slew-
art's today.
(Mis Staples, ol Wycliffe, and P.
Lund, of Wardner, were in town on
Tuesday.
MILK.—Fresh milk delivered every
morning    by -las.    Whit taker, l\ O.
Box 28ii.   ' i-at*
Mrs. I-:. Williams has been called
away to Spokane on account ol the
siuld.'ii illness ti. her mother.
Von want wjiat you want when
yon wan! it and you can get what
vou waul at IV Woods ami Co.
The otis staples Lumber company,
i»f Wycliffe, recently purchased U5„-
niui worth of ens' for use mi their
logging railway.
i se a tvnlckerbbckcr Shower Brush
for an Invigorating hath. Wt- have
them in all sizes,—Patmorc Bros,
Have yon land about Sunnyside?
See lasl paga.
The ex-mayor ol Seattle says the
lectures ol Mr, Lewtas are the best
he has ever heard.
Weather permitting the City
hand will tender a shorl program at
the city hand stand on Eastci Monday, commencing al 7.30 p.m.
Are you interested in the library
rating contest? spend your money
al Patmore Bros, and gel votes tot
the iihian .
Pinal  returns ol the assessed value
uf the eity, not Including the sel 1
districts,     for  191(1   are as follow
$J,286.6W.       For   11J03   the figures
were 11,038.360
See Short's ad, on front page
FOB SALK— A tew settings of
eggs irom 1'iie bred Barred Bock
Stock, $3 50. Mrs. Leslie, Cranhrook. l
Ice cream at The Palm.
C M«dlr'.. ot Calgary, formerly
president ol the Medley Non-reflllable
Bottle company, ol this city, mis
visiting old Iriends here tins week
and also looking up business for the
Calgnrj  Drafting companj
Sec our special book prices .it
Cranbrook Drug and Bonk Store,
the moil n|i-i.'-dai.' hunk store in
Baal   Kootenay.
lie cream al The Palm.
Chief   nl   Police   Corj   DOW   has   heel.
engaged this week in the prosecution
ol his duties as saiiii.m inspector
lie has been paving attention in back
alteya and other repositories ol refuse. Issuing orders i" have Same
cleaned up al OttCC.
Th rot i ah Kngland, Scotland, Ireland. I- ranee and Mali, in the Pies-
byterlan church Thursday, March
(1st
FOR salk.-a good four roomed
cottage; plastered, ami In good c«in-
dltlon; good  ocllai and   city water,
close in sel I.   ft snap, (850; terms
easy.        \|>|ih    Cranhn.uk  p   ti , .1.
Lancaster. -i-at*
Seeds!    Bc-edil    seeds'   at  Fink's
Pure Food Qroeery.
\hs-i Dlxmi lift for In r homo Iti SI
ThOmaa,      I'M  ,     this      wee!..       Miss
DlXOh spent several months here wilh
iter Sister, Mrs. Ilaslam, and made
hosts uf friends, who greatly re*irei
her departure and hope soon to welcome lur back. Mr. ami Mrs. Mas-
lain accompanied her as far as i.etli-
in Idgc.
Particular people use a Knickerbocker Shower Brush for the bath,
They are made of pure Para nihher
and make a splendid hath brush and
shower combined. We will be pleased to show Ihem—Patmore Bros]
If vou fail to read Ward anil
Little's ad. ynu will miss a chance
ftir profitable Investment;
We are here with the goods. A full
tine of enamel ware nf alt kinds and
we hnve also jusl received a big
shipment nf new enamel ware. Before buying elsewhere see Van Wor-
iner. the second hand man, he's
lliere with the goods anil the right
price. _ ,
|.-<m SALi:-C!f()ICK l-.iifiS vou
HATCHtNO.-Puro bred Rhode Island Reds, S8.O0 per I'I: pure bred
Barred IMvnioiid llee'-s. *! rut per
13; pure' bred White Plymouth
Bocks (Flsliol Straps S3.S0 per 13;
pure bred IL C. Brown Lei-horns,
31.50 per 13. W. J. Alchlson, 'phone
lOflC. Mt*
It wilt    ' u    in read Short's
ad. on front page.
hell and  .Manning.
Joseph Heath, of London, Kngland,
was in the illy yesterday mi his
wav in Creston to lake charge of a
ranch purchased hv Stark Bros, nf
London.
The dainty "Hahy L..se" Elite
Limoges china al Campbell and Manning's.
The Herald received wi.nl from
Fernie today that an Vssnclatcd
Hoard for Ka:.t Kootenay was duly
organized there last night by tho
delegates nf ihe various district
boards nf trade.
Ganong's ti. li chocolates, ibe finest in tlie land.-Campbell and Manning.
II. F. Pearson, nf .1 affray, accompanied hv a gang tif incii, shipped over iu tbe city Friday mi   their
way    tn    Skookiliuehuek,      where Mr.
Pearson has a large contract for taking out   lies fot the c IM!.
Knox (lirls' apron sab- at Presbyterian Sunday School March 80.
Easter egg dyes al Cranbrook
Drug and Book Co., Ltd.
Mavi.r Kink and Alderman Hunt
will leave for Cell in on Monday to
Interview Mr. Price re the V.M.C.A.
building. Thev will meet Superintendent Brownlee there, Mr. Brownlee leaving f,-r Calgary on Sunday.
Haze I wood Ice cream at Stewart'
today.   Strawberry and  vanilla.
II. T. Brymner ami it. H Bene
diet, president and secretary, re
spec lively, ..f the hoard ot trade
led yesterday f-u Fernle in attend
the organization meeting of the
proposed Associated Boards nf Trade
for Kast Kootenay.
Verv choice plants at Stewart's for
Kaster.
George Haggerty, nf Edmonton, is
visiting friends in the citv. Mr.
Haggerty was formerly with tbe
C.P.B. here, hut left Cranbrook in
1001. He finds a meat change in
the city and district and is surprised at the many Improvements.
tlasclwood buttermilk at Stewart's
The standing ol !!.:■ contestants in
the Nbrarj voting contest was today
a:, follows: st. Kugcnc hospital. DOS;
Methodist cliurch. 805; it. of l. F. &
K.. 610; Church «i England, 810;
Presbyterian church, ihi. public
school, 168; Baptist church, 2'H. Tbe
race Is now between the St. Eugene
hospital and the Methodist church,
With Hie H. (,f L. F, *\ E. and the
Church nf England ih.se behind.
Tangarines, "Simklst" oranges ami
lemons at Stewart's,
We have a spli ndl * line of bath
room accessories, It eluding towel
bars and holders inga and snap
ladders, bath leal si I mirrnrs, and
the Knickerbockei Shower Brushes.—
Patmore Bros,
Free .1* monstratii of Tuxedo
specialties at Kiuh's Pure Food
(Irocerv.
The   followln   ; a       topped   ovor
in the city on i laj  mi  their «ay
tn Nelson: P. K Thompson ami
wife. .1. |i. Hurra) ,,..,| ttif,. i)I1(| r,
s. Glbhs, from India Mr Olbbs
was through thli pari ■ f ti ■■ coun
ttv a little over a yvni ago and was
much Impressed with its possibilities
nnd secured sn option nn a large
Irael of land ncai Selsoa. The
partv have- bough I this and are going in if i fruit raising extensively.
Cut flowers at the Kink Mercantile
Vo.
Vi. II. Wilson, lie jeweler, in order
tn keep pace with He- ever-increasing
business, has purchased from the Toronto Show Case company, of iv
ronto, complete hew mahogany wall
Cases and show cases for the interior
of his store, and will then have one
of tbe most up-to-date and thoroiigb-
Iv equipped lewolry stores in tbe
west. Mr Wilson believes in pro-
irres:^ ami keeping just a little ahead
nf the times.
Carnations, violets, rosea, hyacinths, el--, at the Kink Mercantile
Co.
We have the best line of eollansihle
enearls on the mnrl't, and will he
only too pleased to have vou commie our prices with anv. See our
Fulton lino.—Patmore Bros.
No one knocks llie Knox flirts'.
Btiv an apron
Seeds' Seeds' Seeds' at Fink's
Pure Food Gnu-en
Sailed peanuts made dally at The
Palm.
Conductor Nolan is building a neat
■ottago on the Ilui near the Arena
rink. Geo. It. Leas!, and companv
have lhe contract.
Seeds!     Seeds'     Seeds!    at   Kink's
Pure Food (irocerv.
IV. Spraggs Is erecting a handsome
cottage on his lot on Cranhrook
avenue.
Work was commenced Ibis week
levelling the ground armiad the new
school building.
Miss (inir will be here till Saturday night. Ladies, come in and see
tht dainty desserts Miss (ioff makes
from Tuxedo specialties at Kink's
Pure Food Grocery.
The directors oi the Monarch Life
Assurance company offered to the representative wlm would procure the
cn-aiest amount of paid for business
during lhe last two months nf |uii!i,
a solid gold watch. Mr. C. IL
Ward, of the Cranhrook Agency
company, who has sn successfully
n presented this western company,
was the winner hy a nice margin.!
We cougralulato our townsman upofi
Fresh rhubarb at Kink's Pure Food
Grocery.
The line diamond ting that Ii
been Oil view In Raworth Bro
window for some tune past, being
the prize offered hy Messrs. Kraset
ami Farquahrson for a coupon drawing al the Opera house, has disappeared. Some lover of line stones
purloined it last Friday morning, To
get it this connoisseur broke the
heavy plate glass window with a
rock ami made good his escape. The
police are still, seeking the thief.
Messrs. Fraser and Farmiharson announce lhat the ring will he replaced
and the drawing for same take place
as originally announced,
Finest Kaster delicacies procurable
at Kink's Pure Food Grocery.
PRAISE FOR CANADA.
Loudon, March 23.*—Referring to
the possibility of a tariff war U-
tween Canada'and llie United States
the Times says the record of Canadian statesmanship during these
critical weeks uf rumors and suspense bas been worthy nf the groat
traditions left by earlier time. Canada never used her leadership in
connection with the tariff question
more worthily than now ami the
whole empire should tender bet
praise.
THREE CRUSHED TO DEATH,
Rcvclstoke, March 38.—Three workmen while engaged in drilling a rock,
uu the    smith     hank nf  lhe  lllicilti
waet river for the f datlon ot   tin
new dam at the city power works
about mie mile west of the cltj
were crushed lo death hy a Hake ...
rock, weighing upwards nt a ton,
sliding suddenly down from overhead,
ami precipitating Ihem into the
water. The names are: (ins Lask-
60, a Swede, who has a sister
Winnipeg; John Oslmr. an Icelander.,
and M. .1. McKay, a Scotchman. The
bodies havo been  recovered.
C.  P.  IL CONTRACTS LKT.
Winnipeg, March 23*—Assistant t<
the chief engineer ol the ('. P. R,
lias let contracts for construction
work in the west, Involving an expenditure nf millions of dollars. The
nmst of the new wnrk iu the far
west is to he done hv Foley. Welch
A Stewart, while in tjie eastern part
of the west, .1. I). McArthur has almost all the contracts.
MIST HAVE CASH,
Ottawa, March 23.—An order-iu-
councll has been passed providing
that any immigrant, male or female,
entering Canada, including also persons coming from across the border
between March 1 and October 30,
must have iu bis or tier possession at
the time of arrival at least $25 iu
cash, in addition to a ticket, nr such
a sum of money as will purchase
transportation to the said immigrant's destination in Canada.
ROYAL VISIT    TO   SOITII     AFRICA.
The following are the main features of the fortlicnming royal \istt
tu South Attica.
The prince and princess will travel
by the west coast mute m a chartered liner, either in the new I nlon
Castle mail boat Balmoral Castle, or,
imt improbably, in   a smaller renal
like the Klttfauni Castle The vessel selected will he accompanied by
an escort of warships.
The departure from Kngland will
he towards the end of August, and
the port of debarkation will he Durban Tlie capitals of tbe foot provinces and the capital of Rhodesia
will Ih- visited, and probabl) there
will be a visit to the Victoria
Kails.
The  first  Union parliament   will  be
pencil at the end of the tour im-
uieiliatelv before   the departure       of
In' prmce ami princess for England
DARK BLUBS WIN
lu tbe Oxford and Cambridge boat
race, which took place vest-erdav. the
Dark    Blue crew    won   bv    several
lengths.
TWO    POPULAR     ILLUSTRATED
LBOTURBS.
Evangelist John Lewtas. of Tae-
utia, will give bis two popular Illustrated travel lectures m the Presbyterian church, by kind permission,
on Thursday ami Friday evenings,
March -list and April Ist. These
lectures Will bo illustrate,! witb an
ip-to-date atereopltcon, showing fmii
hundred magnificently colored views,
taken specially for these lectures, ly
one of the finest aMists of London,
who accompanied Mr. Lewtas on bi-
journcy through Europe, Asia and
Africa! The subject of the first lee
ture will Ite "What I Saw In Greal
Britain, Ireland, France and Italy "
The subject ot tbe second lecture
"What I Saw in (Irecce. Turkey,
Svria, Tbe Holy Land and Egypt.'1
These lectures ate intensely Interesting, instructive and inspiring, tie-
preparation of which cost Mr. lewtas over 18,000 and twenty yean
study and travel This ts a rat i
opportunity to heat and see lhe
Minifies of tbe old World Admission: Children, 25c., adults. :,ue
Easter OpeniRg
MILLINERY, COSTUMES AND
SPRING DRY GOODS
A most extensive display of all that
is New and Correct
SPRING MILLINERY
It would  be impossible to even atlerrpt to describe
the miny lovely creations in Parisian and New
York Millinery.   The unique styles, the
beautiful blending of colors, must
all be seen to be  properly
appreciated.
LADIES'  TAILOREO  SUITS
In Spring Suits we ilisplay the choice of lhe besl Ciiuuilion
nml American Udv Tailors; iu beaut, ul design these su.Is
arn all (bat conld be desired l,y nnj Imly of fashion, Uni in
Woking for fashion und elegance, thai hii|x>rtnnl feature
—quality—hns nol baen overlooked. The cloths aw the lust
products of KnL'lisli nnd French looms, nud the linings and
trimmings are of the finest
Beery correct color is shown, includini: Wisteria, Taupe.
Navy, Peacook Blue, Myrtle, Olive and Black. The prie. s too
are most reasonable, ranging
From    $19.75   to   $38.50
Wa make all m-v *,li.*.,,* ... - ■*,,* ,* chsige
anil gnarnntea ,i )•<•■•■. Hi
WASH  SUITS
Very strlctlv t,ii|or,*,l and in manv different styles mul
trimmings, in White, Tau, Gray, Pink, Hlu*, and Linen, good
washing materials
From   $7.50   to   $14.75
LADIES'  BLOUSES
A most extensive range, Whits and Colors in Linens,
Lawns,    Organdies,    .Mulls.    Fine   Piques,   Vestiugs,   nnd
l'ili*-'Illllils.    Prices
From   SI*50   to   $4.75
EASTER  CLOVES   OF  ELECANCE
Springtime band coverings- Ihe famous Perrin kind in
Kid and Silk. Refinement and serviceability are the
characteristics uf this famous make of *.*!oves.
Kl I Gloves, I!:i**k ami Colors, absolutely guaranteed, .*l.*ii.
Silk an 1 Lisle, in Hla<-k and Colors, 75 *. to $1.00
NEW SPRING DRESS COODS, MUSLINS, ENGLISH
PRINTS,   VEILINGS
MAIL   ORDERS   RECEIVE   PktRSONAU   ATTENTION
McCREERY BROS.
Si 11 essoes t*. Brora B»os
HEID BLOCK       -      -       CBAKBHOOK, B.C.
Our Spring Suits
HAVE   ARRIVED
CALL AND SEE THEM
HILL & CO. THK   UK AN BROOK    UK«ALI>
JUST SEE HOW IT FEELS
TO BE SATISFIED
Stop at the
Cosmopolitan Hotel
X E. H. Small, Proprietor
X
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New ManAgenient
Impro?od i» Bwy W»j     X
Refilted
QUEENS HOTEL
Cranlirook,   R.  C.
ot'S-T.   ANUBBN,   .'WII'SIF.TOI
Our Motto : •• Tho Host ia None Too Good."
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Did you hear it pop?
What?
I Ask the
East Kootenay Bottling* C§.
CHUNK is
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P. 0. BOX Ml
mii'cimm^vmmimmmmMtMnwm
s ft
| Canadian Hotel I
0 »
65 One ni the pioneer hotel* *t Cran- BJ
£j hrnok.   Warm room*, good mull
g| and a ha*  .Mocked with thi boat
i
fj
S Joseph Bravilt,  Proprietor
H?-5?srinnn*!»p«»«i»oaHH-aja-aaiii»i«
Superb Spring Suits
—suits that show their clan ia
every line and curve.
One, two and three button
styles—in single and double
breasted effects — created by
the greatest designer of lug*
grade garments in Canada.
These are the
Suits we cordially
invite you to
inspect. »
BURNS    BROS.
OaubrooL B.G
35 cts. Will Keep
The Doctor Away
Al ihe very first
symptoms of a cold
get a bottle of
Mathieu's Syrup
of Tar aud Cod
Liver Oil.
Begin using it at
once and you will
not need a doctor.
Keep on using it
till the \ml sign of
the cold hai
vanished and yon
will be better able to mist another
one.
Large bottle 35 cts from all dealers.
lLMsftW»Cfcrr^.iiwrfcr«ae.P.Q.
OXYGEN BREATHING APPARATUS
IMIK3ENTATI0N TO REV
EH JEANNOTTE.
st. Patrlclt'i Day was obierrod at
Silver ton ami cainc tn ., Siting eloM
unii a highly lucoctttul ai.d enjoy
able concert, given in bonoi <•! one
ot ilu* Slocan'i most popular and i»-
lovwl cHlxcnt, itev. Father Jesn-
notte. The objeel nf the concert
vu a secret w *fll guarded that
tin* outcome was a must complete
Burptlse tn bim. The crowded hall
and splendid vtiti rtalnmcnt shuw I'll
thi* warm aBectlon which exlsta lnr
tbe reverend Kcntlenian nmotig the
people nl ilu- Slocan and tbe deep
emotion which overcame him when|
presented with a purse from his
Slocan friends, as ,1 token ol their
regard, was in itself an cloqtenl reply   nnd   will he a pleasing memory
to all wlm witnessed it
The presentation address delivered
by Miss Edith Mulsh wai -is follows
"Hear Father .leaiiiu.lte:—The
legion of yo»r friends, who nre so
fortunate as in reside in this beautiful Slocan lake country, where you
have vour beloved home, two for a
lone lime wished to show yon hy
some outward ilgn, thai they deeply
appreciate your never falling Irind*
lies'., generosity and constant Bflotl
lo advance thr welfare of all Your
charitable works, pure motives nnd
exemplar] dilrenshlp have hcen a
bplcmlid     lesson  io     lift all  In  tlrin
FATI1-I "battle of life" and causa tb* heart
lo heat with gratitude
I   hear Fattier, thin concert was   sr-
raogod   for    out-   purpose only, and
tbal  was to give us all a chance to
try ami    convey to you in a humble
I wav  our sincere appreciation ol   Ihe
I good wnrk vou   are doing, and     we
' ask vou to accept thii: gift as a token of our love, with a prayer   that
: you may long be spared in health and
I happiness to continue the noble work
you are doing."
Are You Satisfied?
Aw ynu satisfied villi your
present Milk and  Hotter
■apply f
If Not, Try
tlm liutt»r nnd Milk tent
nnl liy
TheCranbrook Dairy
W. B. MRDGETT, Prop.
....iiiiintticil  I'ur.*. Clean.       i
and r'n-sb.
We 11 n* pri'imnil infill largeonion
THE OUTLOOK COLUMN
OR    GOO AND    HOME AM) HUMANITY.
(Contributed.)
THE WOMEN AltE IN LINE.
The women of the W. C. T. U. are
getting into line for the further conduct of the local option campaign,
and undoubtedly whatever course
shall he decided oil for future action
they are prepared, as in the past,
to do their share. The Vancouver
unious have nobly led in that they
have already volunteered to contribute the sum of two hundred dollars
to the provincial local option league
for the present year's work. Victoria will consider what it will do
at their next meeting, and other
unions have the matter under contemplation.
As a result of our appeal to tiie
thirty-eight unions throughout the
province that they will undertake
the circulation of the local 00tion
paper in their respective localities,
already a number of responses have
been received. As wc stated iu our
letter to the unions, every business
man, every home should be canvassed, and their subscriptions to the
paper secured. It will contain information from time to time regarding the liquor traffic wliich every
business man should understand, as
well as to keep the progress of the
local option movement before the
citizens of the province In undertaking to thus assist the paper, our
unions will have the privilege of using its columns for their own work
This will be most helpful to our
work in view of the fact that our
provincial W.C.T.I', has not an official organ through which to circulate its doings, as has Ontario, Quebec and even our near neighbors, Alberta and Saskatchewan.
A number of the unions have done
splendid work in connection with the
franchise campaign. The indefatigable Vernon president writes: "We
have done everything wc were asked
to." How manv can sav the same
thing?
Victoria union has been devoting
its energies for some months past
to securing a home for its Men's
mission, and at last they have secured property situated in the very
heart of the downtown sect inn of the
city, at a cost of SlU.OUf-. oi this
amount is.ouu,. the first payment,
has been made, while nearly S70U additional tor the re-arrangement and
renovating of the premises has bmi
raised. This effort is largely due
to the dcvoti-d energies ol two of the
union's oldest and most valued workers—Mrs. Gordon Grant and Mrs.
William Grant. Hy March -ilst it is
eipeeted the building will be ready
tor occupancy, and the workers look
forward to largely increased work
under the most favorable conditions.
This important work arranged for,
the union will then be more free to
devote its energies more fully lo the
interests of local option. Indeed,
we believe that every union will
rally t-o tbe need, aud instead of
losing interest in any degree, wilt,
with greater determination, stand hy
tbe issue until not only the eighteen
plan's which so splendidly declared
for local option, hut every constituency in the province has what is its
undoubted right—the privilege of
dealing with the traffic in strong
drink according to tlie will of the
people.
HIGH AND LOW
An Irish teamster in a New England town when asked why lie always
»ot*rd "no license," said: "Me boy
died of rum, an' 1 do what 1 can to
keep other folks' boyi from dving the
■ame way." This ignorant teamster is a citizen of the highest  type.
A gentleman of high standing in the
same place, said: "Why should I
go through the farce of easting nu
ballot* This town is run hy a lot
of low and corrupt politicians. My
vote doesn't count. \'w no time
for sentimental shams " This scholarly gentleman is a cili/en of the
lowest type.
ARCHBISHOP BltUCHESI.
The Unman Catholic archbishop ot
Montreal wrote true words in a riant letter to the citv fathers. Me
said: "You recognize that alcoholism
is a social plague and that all men
of good-will should combine to light
it. We are always aroused gt the
first appearance of contagious sickness. Hut what sickness has ever
made so many victims as ardent
spirits' To work tor the forming
ot a sober generation means, then,
to work for the saving of thousands
nf human lives and it means at the
same time to work lor the prevention of many crimes."
■)
It will pay yon to read Short's
ad. on front pare.
Fully nine out ot every ten cases
of rheumatism Is simply rheumatism
of the muscles due to cold or damp,
or chronic rheumatism, neither of
wnich require any Internal treatment. All that Is needed to afford
relief ts the free application ol
I Chamberlain's Liniment. Give It a
j trial. You are certain to he pleased with the quick relief which It
affords. Sold hy all druggists nnd
1-tt
Excorpt from a report of the meeting of the Western Brunch of the
Canadian Mining Institute, held at
Vancouver, February 25th:
"Mr, Trew.ii lha-. James proposed
that the meeting should ask tho
Dominion government to remove the
duty from oxygen breathing apparatus, wliich is used in colliery accidents to save life. The removal of
the dutv would encourage mine operators to equip their mines with such
apparatus. The United States government had already made arrangements for Hie free admission of life-
saving apparatus; and he thought
that Ihey might well expect the
Dominion government to take a similar course,
"At the requesl of the chairman,
Mr. K* ...ii ,1,11 explained what had
been nunc in the direction of providing liie saving i-vparulus in mines
across Uiu International boundary.
Ho said the coal operators in the
State of Washington, had equipped
Iheir mines wilh Hie oxygen h rea thing apparatus, which was uniform
and was Interchangeable from one
mine to another. Almost all those
mines were equipped with complete
units. The United Slates government, had exempted such apparatus
from dutv on entering the country,
which was an Important consideration in connection with the acquisition of this class of equipment. Apparatus ran from $50 to $2(111 per
unit; and with the heavy customs
dutv in Canada of somewhere in the
neighborhood of 33 per cent, it was a
matter of uu 10 $IJU per suit. As a
mine would require three or four
suits, and as il was a matter of
nival moment to the mining industrv, the apparatus should come in
dutv fret?, which would he an inducement to mine owners in British Columbia to adopt it. There was ur
such apparatus, either good, had, or
indifferent, manufactured in Kngland
but it was more extensively manufactured in (iermany. Me suggested that the Dominion government
sin 1 ul (I he approached on the subject
through the hon. the minister of
mines (Hon. Wm. Templeman.)
"Mr. S. J. Castlemau said he assumed that the procedure would be
for the Dominion government to issue an ordcr-iii-ciiimcil, placing such
equipment on the free list. He
thought that the provision of life-
saving apparatus for the coal mines
of the province was a very important
matter and that it would not be inopportune to start from that meeting a movement among the eoal mining interests for concerted action iu
providing such apparatus, with a
view to having a uniform standard,
so that the apparatus could be interchanged, as was tlie case in the
State of Washington. They had all
been shocked and horrified at the recent terrible accidents in the middle
west; and they could not tell when
thev might have an experience of
tbal nature nearer home. It would
lie a matter of congratulation, if.
When such an experience did arise,
they had this life-saving apparatus
and their equipment ami organization
was in such shape that the apparatus of neighboring collieries could
lie brought  Into service.     Thev,     In
against the   deep   laid schemes      of
bloated capitalists.
The working classes ran over each
other to vote for "my friend Mr.
Caven," as the premier called him,
and there is now no necessity of
throwing away sorrow or -displaying
anger, because they have only got
what was coming from the combination. As for the Bowser Liquor
Act, it was just a little too good to
be the real thing. Conservatives
were never known to handle the
liquor trade with a restraining hand.
Don't the trade sell their poison at
all hours that suits them and their
card room games arc winked at?
During the session McKeiv/.ie and
Mann's schemes were endorsed. Timber licenses made perpetual. These
important interests properly cared
for there was no further work of a
legislative character worth doing*
Tlie railroad men and the timber men
being made all right and the liquor
act sure to he disallowed, it was
time lo draw the allowance and gi
home. That any ■question of 1
social nature required attention ncv
er dawned on those Solons. That
anv drastic steps to clear the province of the social evil should lie
taken, was a thing not to he spoken
of. It was said of the clcct-e-d
prosentatlves of the Kootonays after
the last election that tbey were of a
varied character, among them being
a man who was the smartest gamh
lor in the province and of another
that he was a mere barroom buffoon.
Whether these descriptions are true
or not I do not say, hut of men of
whom such can he said, it is useless
to look for action in the direction
of social reforms. What can he said
of electors who could vote for such
men? I am afraid mv remarks are
too lengthy, 1 must thank vou and
close.
Another Elector.
Mayook, H. C, March 21, 1910.
Get vour Kaster dainties at the
Ladies'  Aid cookery sale, March 2K.
WANTKD-Sccond cook at Sullivan
mine, $40.00 per month and board
Apply to Sullivan mine, Kimberlev
B.C. 2-3t*
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands
within tbe Railway Belt iu British
Columbia, may be homesteaded by
any person wbo is tbe sole bead of a
family, or any male over 18 rears ol
age, to tbe exlenv of one-quarter section of Mfu acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
tbe local laud office for tbe district
iu which tbe land is situate. Entrj
by proxy may, however, be made on
certain conditions by tbe lather,
mother, son, daughter, brother ot
sister of an intending homesteader.
Tbe homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one ol tbe following plans:
(1) At least sit months' residence
upon and cultivation of tbe land ia
each year for three years.
(2). If tbe father (or mother,
il tbe lather   is deceased)
Nicola Vallev, had done amstdcrabU-I{LSlS?r£i*\TX£h* farm *?„*
wnrk in the wav of develouimz coal r?me,U*aer re,ldfi uP°n a farm in
!^!,-.l....!L.!fl"LJ!1ll;l!!5    \£II-!» vicinity ol the land  eut
properties and heretofore they had
been singularly free from any serious
accident: hut only a short time ago
this matter was discussed by members of his companv. on tlie reading
of a technical article on the subject;
and lie was glad that it bad been
brought up at that meeting.
"Mr.     Itrewer suggested that    tlie
secretary    write to    Dr. Holmes, of
vicinity ol the land entered lor,
the requirements as to residence may
be satisfied by such person residing
with the lather or mother.
(3). If the settler has bla permanent residence upon farming land
owned by bim in the vicinity of his
homestead, the requirements as to
residence may be satisfied by residence upon tbe said land.
Six   months'    notice    In    writing
the United   States geological surveyLbcmld be given to tbe Commissioner
for a    description of    their work in)o( Dominion Lands at Ottawa ol  in-
connection with the provision of life- tention to apply for patent,
saving apparatus. COAL-Coal mining rights may be
"Mr. It.     .1. Dnnnan said such ap- |eMfd   for   u „r|(3   oI   tWCnty-onf
paratus    was most necessary and, if tTeati at tn MnUl,i rental ol U   per
acre.      Not more    than 2,570 acres
the government put il on the free
list, the operating companies would
be all the quicker iu adopting it.
The apparatus was particularly ne-
eessarv iu mines which were more or
less subject to inflammable gas and
where iires were likely to occur, In
fact, it was absolutely essential to
the proper conduct of operations, iu
the event of a serious accident.
"Eventually it was resolved, on
tho motion of Trewartha-.lames,
seconded by Mr. Brewer, that the
Dominion government lie petitioned,
through the hon. the minister ot
mines, to remove any customs duties existing on oxygen life-saving
apparatus; that any such apparatus
as shall lie installed bv the companies nperat mg in the province,
should In- of a character nearly utii-j
form with that in the I'nitcd States;
and that the secretary write to Dr.
Holmes, of the ('. S. geological survey for information iu connection
with the provision of life-saving apparatus in the United States."
shall be leased to one Individual or
company. A royalty at the rate ot
live cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy ol tbe Minister of the Interior. 2fl-2«t
X The Cranbrook Employment |
and Real Estate Agency
HELP   PROVIDED
SITUATION*  SECURED
IIv S|H-i-inlitv h. hirniulih'K bibnr fur
l.inii'-fr 1 <iiii.iti.if*.   ;tntlr -ii.t   Con-
irurMi-*, Hnit-I*. nnd UiiiliU-n*.
J. Armour. I'roprletor
I'limit.i;:i     WiP.ltf.     p.o. Boi i.:w
CORRESPONDtNCfi
Editor t'ranbrook  Herald —
Will you kindly allow me to make
a few remarki re Elector's letter in
your last week's issue, aud 1 would
say to Klcctnr that Thos. Caven
Esq., M IM1., voted for that one hill
out of seven, just for this reason ami
no other, namely, that he was told
to do so, and nlwynl as any scIhm.1
boy might. The vote was peculiarly Cavenesque, made with his tongue\
stuck well Into his cheek. As for
the grant for roads aud bridges, no
taxpayer ot this electoral division is
under any obligation to raise any 1
shout of cratihide on lhat account, i
The money in the provincial treasury is the money of the people, not •
of the Conservative party. While
they have a majority in the house >
they are the custodians of it, and'
are supposed to make an equitable t
distribution of it, to meet provincial
wants. The tact that during all the
years Dr. King was our representa-
sivc a miserable yearly vote of;
about tfi.iimi was made tor roads
and bridges, which were as much
wanted then as now, only serves to'
show that the Conservative party!
are incapable of doing even-handed1
justice. True, at the Inst session I
attended hv Dr. King, a considerably
larger sum wus voted, hut with
what object? Premier McBride
knew that he was going to bring on'
an election, and hy the use of a larger vole thought to bribe the constituency, ana the constituency rose
to the occasion, gulpe.l down the
bribe and returned the famous railroad expert, Thos Caven, Esq. A
gentleman whose grent railroad experience peculiarly fitted him to
wateh over and prof-eel tin province
Ask far lUkja. UTSU WATER
For family lift, tl.i'ro i" williing
hi «lntU'-tiiiii* ami an inn.. 11.
HALCYON LITHIA WATKII,
SOLO AT ALL BAI?6
IT'S WfTLtll AT THE SI'UNQS
f A. H. NESBITTi
Contractor 111(1 Builder
t JOB WORK A SPECIALTY
E8TIMATK8 KUKNIHUKD AND
CLANK  I'UKI'AKKH
II vim a-** .ilium.in., to ilo nny
liiiililin-*, yt.il can make moiu-y
hy cii'imiliiny with ma.
EGGS   FOR   HATCHING
Hull Or|iinatnti., Rim* Ati.lalu.iana
anil  IVkin llnrha.
Fini>, health*-*, pure-hteil fltock.
watTR ma Mural tn
r*. F. CHILD.*-.  IIANIlt'llV, 11.0.
Ames Koldcn Slides
for ir.en who work—
for men who are much
on their feet- for urti-
sans, farmers, fruit
growers - all those live
an outdoor life * these
shoes are particularly
well suited. They ere
made strong, serviceable, practically impervious to the weather,
  well sewn throughout.
They are built to definite standard, for every boot must pass the most critical
inspection before leaving tho factory. We havo put a
lifetime of experience into the making of these shoes.
They nre the most perfectly dependable shoe on sale in
this Province to-day.
ASR FOR
AMES-HOLDEN SHOES FOR MEN
P.S.—You cannot get more out of a bont than the
maker has put into it, and that is why wc are emphatic
upon this point -the qnttlity of Ihe Amcs-lhldvn Shoes—
we know what we have put into them.
AMES-HOLDEN CO., Limited
ROSS C. CARR
Kortiury   Avenue,   opposite   Cnrling   Rink
P.O. Boi 8111     Telephone 311
Cranbrook's Up-to-date
Wall   Paper   Store
Wall Papers
Including—
signs. Crown      ^^^^^^^
arniali Tiles. Hanitas, Crcpct aud Burlaps
Stripes.  Floral Designs. Crown and  Base Effects,
Varn
Positively 1910 Designs and Colorings, at Factory
Prices plus freight
NO   OLD   GOODS   AT
CARR'S THE
HOUSE
SIGN
CARRIAGE
Painter
PAPERING
GLAZING
TINTING
Atl orders left with J. O. McBride will receive
prompt attention.
H.|»MMMHMMH«IMM<MM«,IIMIIWWm
1 LIBRARY VOTING CONTEST
A splendid library, consisting of 100 Volumes of Ihs
World's Best Literature iu a handsome case, will be gi****
FREb. to any Church. Lodge, or Institution in Cranbrook or
Dietriet that out secure tbe largest number of votes in
it's favor.
Tbe merchants listed below will give with each 10 cent
purchase a vote. A ballot box it placed in Benliie-Murpky
Company's Drug Store where votes can be deposited.
The Herald will publish the respective standing of the
contestants each week.
The Library is now on exhibition in the window of Ihe
Fink Mercantile Company's Store.
Tbe Herald will give IM) votes to every new stibscrilwr
(annual) during tbe contest.
Tho contest begins March 4th and closes August 5,1'.HO.
Remember—Votes can only be obtained by trading with
tbe merchants listed below, nud every duilnr spenl nt nny of
these stores entitles you to 10 voles.
Fink Mercantile Co.
Groceries
Furniture
A. C. Pye
Hen's Furnishing!.
Patmore Bros.        -    Tinners & Plumbers
Beattie-Murphy Co.,Ltd.   •   llrugs & Stationery
Hill & Co.
 ^H*    " ■)ry ti°o*-i8
Hclntyrc & Erick8o^'l''"•^^>^K^'^^;:ff^,■llll *""''''
Cranbrook Opera House, Fraser & Farqubarson, Prop's.
'-|n Rmlneaa For Your Amusement"
HERALD   PUBLISHINGICOHPANY
For New Annual Subscriptions lo ibe Herald, 100 votes
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* E. V). WIDDOWSON, ASSAY- •>
* ER AND CHEMIST.-Cbarges' •>
* Gold, silvtt, copper or lead, 11 *
* each;   gold-silver, 11.50; silver- •>
* lead,   11.50;    gold-ailvu,   with •>
•> copper or lead, 12.50; tine, tl; *
* silver-lead-tinc, 13.    Prices lor *
* other   metals   on   application. *
->Long  dlatsnes 'phone ST.    P.O. *
* Box, CHOI, Nelson, B.C.    is-ly*
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* THE ItOYAI. HOTEL.       +
* lira. L.    V.  Kobetts, Propria- <•
* tress. *
* Cor. Stanley and Silica Bta.   *
* NELSON, B.C. *
* Free carriage or bus Irom all »>
* boats and traina. 0
* Rates, tl and tl.so per day.    *
* Remember our 25c. Chicks* *
if dinner on 8undaya. IS-tro**
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&uxMu*Qo I**
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yrr j-d-Uw Yti.(n<Xtt*. Ou
ViUtr b(U4* Lrv a-HM POK
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
W. F. aUKD.
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
Money to loan ol. favorable lernii,
'CRANHROnK.BRITlNH   rOLIJHBI.
Uilloa'aml Chll.lion's lo I..1 hil.l lit
MISS M. McLKOD'S STOKE
<...1111. n'si'illl I I1I.11I1101I nl
l-'ink Mercantile Co.'s Store
BULL BRAND
Docs Not
Get Dull
A NEW ONE II it does
GUARANTEED TO STAY
SHARP TWO YEARS
SEE THEM AT
BEATTIE & ATCHISOM, AGENTS
Geo. R. Leask & Co
BUILDBKS and
CONTCACTOKS
Our work in our advertisement, I,.11 .v*
iml this inl in tl.t. Herald to
emphasise ii.
CKAMiMi.'OK, B. C.
Near Lowm ^ mist mtia; Avail
TELEPHONE IU
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,'CRANUKOOK-FERNIE       \
FARMERS' INSTITUTE "
Pie-mleni : T. H lim.
Seeretarv : S Maouo.*. it t,
For Ihf.irinniioii regarding lands
i mi.l   agrlc.iltnra   apply   to Ute
1 Seerelarv, CnHlhrnok, li. C.
Meetlng-
Evarysecond vT'eilnerdn*?
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Old Curiosity
Shop
JOSEPH II   *Htir.*.ft. Praprlelar
All
llaalerin
Classes ill Secondhand liniuls
BUM.'*-
Fiiiiiini... ,.(
New  I
Sage's (lid Stand
son -.venue
PHONE SSI
FURS
Kinds, l«>H.
10,1.1,1111,1
Han-
PRIVATE HOSPITAL
.1UTHI1MTV CASKS AMI)
tiUNUIt.U, NUII8IN0 I
KIIRUMATIIinMIM AHFKOIAI.TT.
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P.O. Dos IM. I'I.....' ITS
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BANDMASTER CITY HANI)
T *li.*r „l Slrini* mi'l
Sllllnllllll  IllrtlrilllK'.I.M
I'll..Ill  TIUINBH
PHONE 863     CKANIJKOOK, B.O.
H. C. C. SALMON
PIANO LESSONS
Loaaona ill Musical Theory
SO.'lAr,  FUNCTION..   ATTENDKD
PHONE 2(13
CRANBROOK,        -        B. C.
Miss Mabel Wellman
Plaalil aad Teacher
r„ri!iii'in<.il iiajill ol
UllllSrillS  M..U.-I ill H'ililil|H.g
DRS. KINO & GREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons
Office al Residence,  Srmslrnai Ass
OFFICE HOURS :
• SO to 10 OS
Forenoons - ■
Afternoons -
Evenings - -
Sundays - -
CRANHRO0« :i
- 2.00 to
- 7 SO to
- SIO to
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ISO
III
4 IS
I.
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
9 to 12 a.m.
1 to   I p.m..
7 to   I p.m.
OIBoe In new Reld Block
CRANBROOK        -      -       - B. C
B.C. LAND SURVEYORS
McVITTIE    &    PARKER
Cranbrook and Fort Steele
IRRIGATION AND RAILWAY WORK
A SPECIALTY
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I'll* Ui-hIIps Kmii si..
▲ l!ipi< Toiiiatopa   AflpurngnB
♦ Sitiimph   Lol tun
X OiiouiuImti      Pan>1o,v
♦ IImoIo I Ice Cream
T Sletvart'e ln,i. Chocolate*
♦ HUGH STEWART
X Phone M Armstrong Ave, ♦
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CENTURY RESTAURANT
Op-malt*. .' P."  Slalloa
THE PLACE 'Id  I'.'T A
QUICK URAL AN"
HOOD MEAL
ROOM'' TO RENT.
SFEDS
nf overy kind, in nny quantity,
by tin* n.«.itnga or by
i lit. i ,on ml.
Ornamental SHRUBS
FRUIT  TREES
Grownt',>mil. Hi,, BO Climate
Oatslngne f.en by mall.
Royal Nurseries snd
Floral Company, Ltd.
780 Granville Streol
i box 10118  Vim, vcr.H 0.
P.O
1.-1
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X   J* 0* CUMMINGS
t IRKH.I-.TION EMllNEfc'R
♦ DOMINION .ND PROVINCIAL UND ',
* SIRVEVOKS
♦
X *rAo?i4i   Cranbrook,B.C
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J. T.   LAIDLAW
MINING  ENGINEER
B.   C.   and  Surveyor
CRANBROOK    -     B. C.
I* 0 >.>i,ititi..|i. II, L.
A. I. Robertson, »..'.
, b o. I., s.
I., s.
I MODERN DENTISTRY!
AT MODERATE PRICES
20th CENTURY PLATES
I lull I
I'.lilil
Crowns,   Bridge
i*bh l*!xini.*ti.,ti
H'or
of Tot
Pi Ilium,
Wi. please people with iip.to-dnte metlioi
nml uiodsrutG charges.
Wo guitrantue nil Duqtnl Work tor T.
fours.
COMB AND
E   X  A  M   I
DR. H. E. HALL j
ARMSTRONG AVENUE,  ■  CRANBRGGK, B.C.     ♦
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McBKlDES POLICY
SWANNELL & ROBERTSON
Domlnlonsnd BritishOolnmlns
LAND SURVEYORS
..0. Drawer 7W VICTORIA. B.C
WINQ   LEE
lias atoi I. I.At'NDKV
nnXl lo .1." "i.rnl, 1*111 Iti-Hl'ii*.
ant, Vim Horns Rirost, whaie
|iulmna may Inn-,, lliefr hiim-
ilrr. n.i.l w-li,'!*,'till Imi...„*h. will
i«. <l    I.**.. Laundry In n..'.
Louise and Van Home Streets
J.   W.   IIUTI.KIX.K
VKTrlMltRV SIIIIIIPIIM
.itii'ii.ii...  ol   Ontario   Veterinary
Outlive Tomato, In Ihim
ilrii,iiinii, anil Msilalllatnl MoKII'ip'a
Vi'lfrniiiri* It ill-a**   rlil,*,i*ro,
In III II
Nitit* yssrs Bsp-.risan in Veleriaary
|irii,-l„*nin Miinliolm
niilte- nrat dear la Past Office
Phase l»      •      P.O. Ssi Hi
Nlghl sail - II. II. Sriort'e IMilmrs
W. R. 11,-sllr. runnrsl IHractot
CrMtbrmfe B. C.
DE VERE HUNT
AGRNT
blfOftritl Kirn Inmirniicu ■ Real KolKto
Olllro—Ncxtilnof In
PootOflln
Com* in and \el me quote you rttM
BEPLV TO REQUESTS MADE BY
OnOANIZED LABOR.
In reply ti» rt-qucsts prt'scutt'il    by
rt'iircst'iitatious     uf   orgauizud   laliur
throughout   the    province,    Premier
McBride lias written as follows!
THK REQUESTS.
1. Abolition of property qualification for holding public office,
2. Abolition of election deposit.
3. Abolition of poll tax, and exempting incomes of less than S2.UUU
per year.
4.' Eight-hour day on all government works.
5. The insertion of a clause in all
government contracts compelling contractors to pay workmen not less
than the recognized trade union rate
of wages.
«. The government to take over the
Tranquille sanitarium and operate
and maintain the same as a free pub-
lie institution.
7, The amendment of the British
Columbia Hallway Act to apply to
intcrurban electric lines.
8. The Factory Act to apply to
bakeries.
it. The amendment ot the Coroner's
Act to make it mandatory upon coroners to make inquests in every cose
of sudden or violent death.
10. The extension of further timber licenses to he refused, and restrictions on the hand-loggers to be
removed.
11. The amendments of the School
Ael submitted by the Vancouver
school board.
12. Extension of the free text
book principle to include all school
supplies.
13. The strict enforcement of the
Steam Boilers Inspection Act, and
no amendment to be made with a
>iew to reducing the qualifications
rrnuired for engineers.
14. Government ownership of coal
mines, lumber industries, telephone,
and public utilities.
THE REPLY.
J.     C.     Hatters.    Ksq..     President
Trades   anil   Lalmt Counoll, Vic
toria, B. ('.
Dear Sir: Owing to the manv   im
port-ant subjects dealt  with in     the
memorial presented by the delegation
representing    tbe executive of    the
Trades and   Labor Congress ol Canada, and representatives of organized
labor  of     British    Columbia, who
waited upon the government on the
Slat January last, I egret that 1
have been unable sooner to communicate t»i vou the decisions arrived at.
The executive council   has,    however,
earefuiiv considered the various matters set out in the memorial, nnd 1
beg to state as follows:
With reference lo sections 1 and 2,
asking for the abolition of property
qualification for holding public office
and for the abolition uf the election
deposit, it is not the Intention ol the
gov* mm CD I lo niter the law in this
respect al  the present  time.
No. .1,—Ynu will note hv the
amendment In the Assessment Act
thai while the exemption un incomes
still remains al SI.000, the tax has
been decreased during the session
just closed from U per cent to I
per cent It  has nol been   found
possible lo abolish the poll tax, and
I inii:M point out that without siicli
a tax the great inn-oritv of Asiatics
in ihis province would altogether escape taxation.
No 4.—The eovernment dues not
see its way to interfere with the
present arrangements as to hours of
labor.
No. .1.—At the present time there
is iu government contracts a provision that the contractor shall pay all
persons employed hv him not'less
than the wages current in the district in which the work is being carried on for competent workmen ami
laborers.
No. «.—Provision was made In the
estimates this year for a grant of
$20,000 to the Tranquille sanitarium
and tlie government has decided to
give that institution the same aid
towards maintenance as hospitals receive under the Hospital Act. The
erection of a building for advanced
stages of tuberculosis is now reeelv-
im' attention from the government.
Go. 7.—At the session just ended
the government brought In legislation providing for the inspection of
tramways,
No. 8,—The question as to bakeries
will be taken up with tlie inspector.
Nn. 0,—After earefuiiv considering
this matter the executive has decided
that tlie provisions with reference
tn the holdin? of inmtcNts are snili-
eientlv strlnrent to fully safeguard
the nubile interest.
No. 10.—The amendment to lhe
Land Act missed at the on-sent session deals    nrinefimllv with the ten-
ment is awaiting llic final ronort id
the commission before ilccldlti" i*|"*ii
Ihe general policy lu be pursued regarding timber.
No. 11.—The government does nol
at present contemplate the establishment of parental schools. Legislation has been passed bringing into
force ibe .Juvenile, Courts Act, and
the government desires to observe
ihe effects of its workings.
No. 12.—With regard to tlie amendments to the School Act submitted
by the Vancouver school board, it is
the    intention    of the education de
partment to extend the principle of
issuing free text books so as eventually to include all public and high
schools. The cost at the present
time, however, is too great to permit or (his being done all at once.
No. 13.—An amendment to tbe
Steam Boilers' Inspection Act, 1001,
has been passed at lhe present session to meet certain cases, but this
does ncit affect the efficiency of the
act regarding qualification for engineers.
11.— The executive council ttoCS not
contemplate government ownership of
coal mines, lumber industries or
telephones as requested in this section.
(Signed)        Richard McBride,
Premier*
SPRING   SKIN TROUBLES.
How Gold Dredges Get the Gold
The iteep hilli and rugged' mountain! >.( i!i? Klondike region rive
hV io numbedew inmll itieami, which become Irom time U link
wild the melting of the mowi-llic clouJliur*!* nnd heavy laim to
which the country iiiubjecl—raging loiicals,
The grinding of the glaricri and llic cr-inni? uf thete lurlnilcnl
itieami bring down rock*, und and gravel bout (lie mountain depth)
and failneoei wlieic man hai never J'ct penetrated.
In a legion when Icdgci ol Gold-bcaiirr; Quartz art; a iirominenl
fe-iturc in the formation, il iiniti'ril lint thetfl iorcaoi Nature iliuuld
tcai awry quoniiiici ol exceedingly rich material.
Thii pioccii I1.1-. been piin-^ on dr Bge*. Tlie hidden ilorcj ol
Cold away in lhe hilli crc incxliau.liule.
The ruth of ihe lorreati i'i w im^etooui iImi even boulJcM of
comiderable n>c are botne in tfieii coutic, and only when Nature
Ii-.j tj.i-ni lieiicif do they find a Kiting place,
Ihe broad creeki the wider reaches of the river—fluiel ihe
iiream, and the Gold, in the tann of ntigccti, gnim and fl.ifcei,
rapidly wtiln. Gold ii very heavy—heavier than the '*k iixlf, and
once it findi a rating place, u'fti down througn lhe light wr/acc mud
•nd Mnd until, hy force of Gravity, it re ictiei bed rack!
Where lhe courier: oftireaminavelxcnchange-d.ilwricheil Placer
Minei are found in iheir old beda. Hut in lhe larger, conitul ilicai.-is,
Incie rich depoiii»ajc beyond die reach of merely human ageactej.
It ntmalni (or the Gold Dredge- f-jhWin!! lhe heavy nuggetl
and particlei ol Gold down I hum h lhe ovetfylng Itrtta in the ban
and benchea ol the river, lo recover these Mora of CulJ from lhe
treaiure-liouie of Nature.
'I he long armi of the Dredge, willi their efldleM chain! of bu:!tet
•coopt, aeaicli down, down—llirou'ih idty feet b( water, nnd and
gravel, if need be-untiltheGold ledimeflt, and boally !>c.J roti: iV-lf.
oflen overlaid with an actual coverlet ol pure Cold—lhe hoarded
accumulalion of cenlurie*—ii reached.
1 he Gold Dredge bringi jp ihii material in wholesale quantities'
—Ireati it with Kicntilic accuracy to mv« lhe fincit parliclei of
value-aeparalei llie iron—and for the first time lay* bare tj the band
o.  man thii Virgin Gold,
v *hijf P*"ona'!y ptetenl on our property at Stewart River,
Yukon Territory, Klondike, Seplrm-H-r lit, I iaw with my own
*y« a clean-up from our fint and imaller dredge, netting $>\7/A
■nd thii waa preceded only a few daw hy another clean-up from
lhe aame dredge amounting to $1283.86 in Gold. I iaw (nil Gold,
pithered from the gold-*aving tablci of our Dredge, moulded inlo
bullion -a aoh'd bar of Gold,
With luch remlli in light, we arc bending ewry effort io pet twenty
of thete mammoth Dredgei at work on our properly. Thii tummcr,
our second dredge went on—larger and itrongei than the firil—and II
already al work.
. V'e control by direct [eaje from the Canadian Government, One
llundicd and Tivc (Wj) milei of Dredgahle Gravel on the Stewart
River, eighty mile* (torn Dawwn City, in the Klondike. We have
le»'"d lhe gravel thoroughly with Drill*, and il hai been proven rich
li.r. ii.:'!i'.i:( Ai a matter of fact, the lile of our holdingi wai recognized,
even before the Gold Ruth in 1693, to be rich in Gold —il ii a
matter of public record that the Gold ii (here—but *o located ai to be
d..!'....ill lo obtain by any hand method. And Fifty dredge* could
not exhautt thii area in a Hundred yeart.
Will, a propoiilion *o rich, the payment of divldendi and the
continued work of development can eaiily go hand in hand.
1 o hurry thii work of development now, we are marketing Treasury Stock h our Company.    Three thousand stockholder*, many of
them well-known in lhe Canadian country, are already on our book*.
Thii necc«ity lor Capital-a Dredge coit* upward* of $100,000
furni lies your oppor.unity to panic (pile in a wonderfully rich venture.
OurCompiny iiloimcdof thepi-Lof broad-mindedbuiineM men
-Governor Ogilvie, of the Yukon Territory -known and leipected by
lhe whole Canadian country, at it* head    It ii economically managed,
with ni lalaricd ofiiciali. no Bond*, and no Preferred Slock.
But the whole dory it (old in our illjitrated Proipeclui. The
Coupon will bring il to you. The iu;-ply u limited. Fill out and
mail llie Coupon lo-day.
Gold Dredges arc making millions*
Yukon Basin Gold Dredging Co.,
Ltd.
G. W. Clawson, Trent.
649 Somerset Building
Winnipeg,
Canada
Phase seed
"■i.pcstaftprt*
paid,  year large
.-''"    H'.ustrattJ Prospectus,
also fret Bookitt on Gold
DredgUf, vith full partteif
tor* by return mail.    It is
unJt'rsmJ that!incur no obligation
ttsvsrOi waking this rg^utst.
IMMPLKS,
"SPOTTY
EHUPTIONS
COMPLEXIONS.
AND
At this season, scores of people—
girls and voung women especially—
lind their faces disfigured by nimules,
dark spots, eruptions, etc. Tbe skin
needs attention—needs renovating after the ti Liu time it has passed
thtoutrfi during the winter.
■Inst think what it has gone
through! You have been mil in
rain and sleet and snow. You have
been at one moment perspiring from
skating, ur sopie other exertion,
Then you have stood to "cool off."
You have spent hours of the dav in-
duors at n temperature equal to
summer brat. Then vou have covered up your skin—except vour face—
Jam! cone out into a temperature
away below zero!     No wonder that,
with all these charges, the   skin
the face and neck    shows signs    o
needing attention.
Don'l forget that the skin has tt
do with iust as anv other organ o
the bodv. and if von overwork it, i
gives out. Zam-Buk is the remedy
Smear it Itohtly over tbe spots, the
eruptions, the sallow patches, at
night, and notice bow quickly vour
appearance improves. As the rich,
refined, herbal essences sink deep into
tbe tissue, the hard, scurfv-Iike
patches are removed. Better color
results. The cells of the skin become transparent. The blood beneath is able tn Imparl its proper
coloring to the tissue, and the delicate bloom of health replaces the
sallowness and nallor of dtseasi
Zam-Buk  is also of great use   for
skin injuries and diseases.     Ec
Ulcers,    chaps,     ringworm,     burns,
bruises, children's rashes, etc.   it is
mien mil led. ami it is a sure cure   (or
Half a sovereign I in! up in a red-
Check handkerchief, with two ears of
wheat, have been received at the office ot the Festival of Empire ami
Pageant of London In si. James's
street, accompanied by a letter,
which ran: "I understand thai vou're
lixlntc up a Canadian week at the
Festival of Empire. Do it woll.
Ynu can't pat too much attention t-o
Canada, She's only human, ami
she's tlie best looking sister in the
family. I want the hesl scat you
can give me for the half a sovereign
tied up in the handkerchief, and if I
can't come myself I'll send my -nnml-
son, aired seventeen. The money's
good, ami 1 though! it might Interest vou to see it. I have another al
home like it. When I landed at
Quebec nearly forty years n:o tltem
two huff sovereigns wns all i had in
llic world. Mv old mother herself
tied them up in my handkerchief. The
sample of wheat I send with this
note was grown by me on mv own
farm near Cai'arv'. Canada." The
oflicials at the Festival office have
relurned the half-sovereign, with a
ticket for a reserved seat.
According to an abstract of labor
statistics issued bv the labor department nf the board of trade, tie- yeai
1000 was a gloomy one from the
point of view of labor. Three features stand out distinguishing the
year as one of: high unemnlormcnt,
decreasing wn-rcs, dearer food. In
all trades throughout the vear 7.7
per cent of the workers were unemployed, In some trades tho figures
were verv high.     For instance:
Per cent
Shipbuilding  22.)
Bul wine   11.7
Kmrineering 11.li
Furnishing  10.1
Changes in wages affected 1,150,919
workmen during tbe year, tbe net
loss being £00,212 prr week—that is,
during the year, £3,000,000 less went
into tlie pockets of the wane-earners.
In addition, this heavy loss in
wages was accompanied by an increase in food prices, of wliich the
following were the chief in London:
Per cent dearer
AH articles .       .6.2
Bread !!».!)
Flour *il.l
Beef 7!i
Mutton 1.8
Bacon 20,2
Butter 8.0
Eggs 13.5
Cheese U. I
Oatmeal        ....       13.0
Cocoa ;i.'t
Sugar 8.3
Jam       . .       . 7.5
Pork was 0 1 per cent cheaper, potatoes IM per cent., and rice 1,0
per cent. Currants, raisins, tapioca,
aud tea were at the same prices as
in 1900. Tin* total number of tradi
disputes during the vear was |00, affecting 2!l!(,!ll!t work people, and
causing a loss of 2,701,000 worklnf
days.
NOTICE
NOTICE   is    :iKi;i:iiY   given
that thirty days alter date 1 intend
io apply to tho Commissioner ol
Lands nnd works for a license to
prospeel for coal and petroleum on
the following described lands:
Commencing at a just planted adjoining the V E corner of the Mrs
K. *M. Livingstone coal claim on the
Flathead hut, Kast Kootenay,
which point is approximately 158
chains south and 17 chains east ol
the S E. corner of Lot 8363, Group
1, thence south so chains, thence
east SU chains, thence north SO
chains, thence west .SO chains to
point nf commencement, containing
till) acres, more or less.
.1. G. Cummines.
Locator.
Staked Feb.   10th.  1910.       5i-1t'
SOCIET,   AM) CHI KCH
DIRECTORY
t RBBCBKT IaHHI-B Nu. 33
KNIOHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, li. C.
Alivis   every   Tuesday :.t 8 p.m. at
Fr-i'iT-ilty Hall.
.1 ' M. Bofes, 0. C
J. I.   Walker, K. ul It. 4 S.
Vi.iiint brethren   cordially invited
to attend.
l.OO.F
KEY CITY LODOE, No. tt
Meets every Monday
nlgst at New Fraternity Hall. So-
Jotjralng oddfellows cordially invited.
Vi  al. Harris. c. j. Little,
■>'   G. Sec'y.
• 'ranbro
piles. All druggists ami
500. box, or Zan.-ll.ik Co.,
for price. Roltite liurinl I
les nml imil.il ions.
at
Tor.inti
NOTICE.
1\'    THE   MATTER   OF AN' APPLICATION lor foe Issue ol    ..
duplicate Certificate ol Title   to
Lots 1!. and     20,     R!.,c'-:  li and
Lots :t and I, III *c'> 31, Addition
A . Nelson Citv. Man *i!9.
NOTICE   IS    HEREBY   TilVES
(iiat it    is  my intention to issue a;
U.e   expiration "ol one    month after
tlie fir.st   publication rrreof a duplicate of the Certificate ol Title     t*.
tlie above mentioned lots in the name
"f Peter Lund, which Certificate    i-
dated    tin* 2nil   of August ami nurn-
bcred 1781 A.
S. R. Roe
District Registrsr
Land Registry Ollicc,
Nelson, 11. C,
3-4$, Marc!, lith, H10.
Lodge,
34
A   M.
inula- meetings on
c   third   Thursday
every month.
Visiting brethren welcomed.
.E.
Attrid-
Connollv
WM.
.Secretary.
.
Cranbrook Aerie 967
FOE
.Meet eu-ry   Friday evening   at    8
p m   in Carmen's Hall
F   W   Reevtt, ff.P.
U'm. sindereon, Secretary
Visiting brethren cordially irivitwl.
* Presbyterian £burcb |
STATED SERVICES       f
.Sunday morning service .-.tii'
o'clock
Sundav    evening     service
J 7.10 o'clock
w    Sundav       School   and     Hible -
♦ Clou at :t o'clock
w   Piesbj teri.in   Guild, Tue»di
♦ nt n o'clock
LOYAL ORAKOB LODGE, SO. 1171
CRANBROOK
Meet at II   ut L* K   Hall %ui  Mi
Uh Saturday each monib.
Vi-nutig tiretfarefi always  welconM
Abel Horsman, W. M.
Jos, Wallace, Secrtury.
ure ol llmbtr llctt,a».    Tim govern- pleted.
i: OLD COUNTRY NEWS
INTERESTING ITEMS
A circular Is lo he issued to head
teachers and managers ol the London imlilic eleineiitiirv schools in-
li.rininij them that "during the week
lifiri'iliiiK Empire day the class lessons in reading, history ami geography should, without unduly Interfering with tlio unltv ot piiriiose embodied in the curriculum for the
educational year, give special attention to tlio growth ami character of
the llriiish empire." Following tlie
celebrations on Mav II, a lialf-liiili-
dav will Ire granted'to tho schools.
No less a sum than £400,000 I.s to
Ire expended on the widening of
Fleet street—an improvement wliich,
it is hoped, will he considerably advanced, il not completed, within the
next eighteen months. Hall of this
sum will Ire contributed by the London countv counoll, nml the remain*
inr €200,000 In* the citv corporation
Notices to treat havo been served
upon the various owners, nml thus
far the negotiations have licon satls-
factorllv conducted. Thr work of
widening Ploot nttcol was begun ori-
glnallv In 18118, hut so llttro progress
bail been mad.. Willi tlie scheme Hint
|n«.lile ilis|iuiiiil of it ever being coin-
Till*: GRAND NATIONAL,
The Grand .National stccplechast
of .'t.ia.o sovs. over the historli
course at Aintree. was won hv S
Howard's .feiikinstown, ]..st "i lis.,
ion to 8; Mr. Assheton-Smitb'1
■lorry H list. 7 lbs., fi to l, wai
second; and H II. Mall's odor, I ll
ll.s., Id tu I. was third
CANADA'S   TRADB   EXPANSION.
During tlie eleven months of the
Oscai vear just closed Canada's trade
has increased by over IKW.000.no*'
bovond tlie trade for the sarin* period
the vear before. The trade for the
eleven months ending with February
totalled 1610,577,981, an Inorcaso
1104.113,800. (if the total trade for
the period imports accounted l"r
1820,344,018 and experts tJ57,0H,-
202. The growth in imports was
878,151,677 and exports increase was
832,806,658.
Trade during the month nf February was unusually brisk, The total
trade for the month was 110,201.20!.
an increase ot 88,382,384. Inv."rts
during February amounted to j:ui.-
288,054, an inereasc of 87,132,074.
Exports totalled 815,387,043, an increase nl $1,101,012.
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j Baptist Church
♦
♦ I'.i-'tor, Charles W. King.
2 Parsonsge, Norb.irv Avenue.
♦ 'Phono, 284.     P. a Hox 267.
♦ -—
♦ Regular Servicest—Sundsr, 11
J j, tii. and 7..10 p.m.; 'Hible
X School     with     Voung   Ladies'
♦ Philethea and Voung Men's
s Bible Class, :t p.m.
♦ Monday,   Voung Peoples',    f»
J p.m.
2     Wed
♦ A
all.
sdav, Mid-Week Meeting, i
'dial    Christian welcome *
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MAPLE LEAF REBEKAH LODOE
.vo. I'J.
.Meets every second and   fourth Wts-
nesdsy at Fraternity Hall-
Sojourning p.ehekahs   cordially ts-
vlted.
Hn w   B, McFsrlane, N.O.
'■!. IlicAenhotham, Si*c'y.
PVTHIAN  SISTERS
FIDELITY TEMPLE NO. 18.
Meets in    Fraternity Hall First and
Third Fridays.
Ila/il Bownast, M   B, B,
Annie Boyes,   K   ot It. & S.
Visiting members cordially invited.
Ho.i'ii|ii,'irti*r*! for all   kimis "f
l(,*|.iiirs
Satisfaction (ina-sntei il
JOE   MARAPODI
Tin; Slum Specinlisi
Are you frcipirntly hoarse? l''>
you have that anything tickling in
your throat? Dofl your cough annoy you at niirht, nnd do yon raise
musoiiK in the morning) Do you
want relief? If so, take ('lininlii-r-
lain'a Cough Remedy nnd you will he
|ih*asr<l. Sold hy all dniKi-.i.;.*i and
dusleri. l-t(
THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hotel
Rooms wilh Baths,   'Phono in
every room
Barber Bhopon lin* premises,
Tliorouahly tip*io-.lnie.
Rales, $2 (Ml a day and up.
iil.ii. p. WKI.I.S, Proprietor
ll. TOMKIKi Maniiirar
GEORGE H, ASHWORTN
AUDITOR    AND    ACCOUNTANT
CRANBROOK, B.C.
ANCIENT iiLIU.i: III*' FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, 8913
Meets in Carmen's Hall Second and
Fourth Thursday ol each month at 8
p..... sharp
.lames Sims. Chief Ranger
Fred .1  S Orevott, Secretary
Visitine, brethren mode welcome.
CURATONE
In il.
If one bottl
nr three Im.iiI,.- ll
loPfl .tiniilinc. rei
an.) we will reload
PRlcB-Sa on
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ure lionorrhes,
no tuatler how
ni, empty Imttlee,
*,„if money,
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THE CURATONE CHEMICAL C0MMKV
TORONTO     -    ONTARIO THE   CRANHROOK   HERALD
TRUNKS   &  VALISES,  SEEDS
Cranbrook Trading
Company, Ltd.
Phone 1811
P.O. Box A
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If you are figuring on buying a
bill of goods aril you think the quality
nnd prices nre all about the same; and
it won't tniike any difference whether
you get our priceB, or not,
Just   take  this   tip   and  don't
risk it
We have tlie best stock and the
largest in these (itirts, uml we're making
mighty
ATTRACTIVE PRICES
So you'd better get a price from us
before you buy elsewhere. No mutter
what you want, we will be pleased to
quote you our best prices, and sens
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DISASTER AT MeNEILLIE
n 1 fr.
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rpmi ilu- resumption of the inquest
on Miiniliiy evening, the lollowing
evidence was taken:
James li. Culley, C. P. R. hrake-
iiiiin, sworn, deposed as follows:
"About five minutes to eleven in the
morning 1 dropned oil just this side
of MeNeillto's Hag. I did not come
in until I was called. I knew nothing about the accident until after I
came in. I never noticed anything
wrong with the engine, tender or
wheels. Alter 1 came in I helwd to
gel Campbell out from under the en-
glne, which was lying well down the
hank, near tlie river. There were
extra men; there was no track walk
er to warn the crew of any danger.
I noticed nothing wrong with the
track."
V. Illiss, conductor, sworn, said:
"About 11.15 this morning I stopped
at McNeil lie's to set out boarding
cars, being in charge of freight train
extra No. 857. I cut the boarding
cars oil the train at the east
switc.i and pulled the train in between the switches and came through
tlie siding with a light engine going
cast. I was backing in through the
s de track and had opened the cast
switch to couple the engine on to the
hoarding cars, with the intention of
bringing them down through the
passing track to put them in on the
west      local    track.      About    two
$™g*m£. CLOTH1Nq,   WHAT ABOUT YOUR
EASTER SUIT ?
If ynu want the pick of tho new Spring Models, now is the
time to think about it.
Let   ub   lit   yon   out   for   Easter   with   ono  of  the   latest.
We've some very attractive and novel patterns
Extra Special Easter Suits for $20.00 and $22.00
Talk   About   Your   Neckwear
Sou what we have in   .Specials im*  Easter,
There is soma glass to our styles.
All the newest patterns nml styles.
Fancy Vests, Easter Specials      Fancy Easter Hosiery
$1.50 and $2.00 3 pair for $1.00
Fancy Negligee Shirts Easter specials
$1.25 to $3.00
Stetson   Hats,  all   shades   and   styles,   $4.00
<>,,
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lengths from the switch head I saw
the back tender wheels drop in on
the ties and the engine and tender
turned over. The speed was not
more than five miles an hour. I
was standing on the main line alongside the boarding cars ahout six
car lengths away east of the east
switch. I followed the engine and
tender down, but could not do anything on account of the steam. I
did not see anything wrong with the
track when the engine wns backing.
I could see Fireman Foul sitting iu
the cab on the left side of the engine. I saw the brakeman standing
un the steps on the Bide of the tender on the engineer's side. I have
been behind the engine and tender for
the last two trips. The engine was
not a regular freight engine. As far
ns I know there was nothing tlto
matter with either the tires or    the
' fiances of the wheels of either tlie
endue nr the tender. I cannot account or suggest any reason why the
!tender went ofi. It might have been
from a rolling stone. 1 felt perfectly justified in backing llie engine
and tender on to the passing track.
To the best of my knowledge it was
not caused b'* anv negligence of the
company or its employes."
A. ('.'Harshaw, acini' sii"'-nnleii 1-
cnt of the ('. I». K., said: "The engine was 857. I found her wrecked
and down the bank at McNeillie siding, close to     the east switch   with
meeting track. I did not find anything wrong with them. A brake
beam dropping down would he likely
to cause a derailment. In the present instance they are intact; I did
not notice a break in the brake roil
on the tender. A chain dropping
would not derail a tender; in fact 1
do not think a brake rod would do
it* It might have been on account
of sand on the rail or sand on the
ties. This might on a light load
cause the wheels to ctimb. I don't
think that there is :■ v that the
wheels or trucks would bind and not
follow the rail. Small rocks or
mud might cause the wheels to clinch.
I think there were plenty of men to
keep the track clear.     I consider the
right-of-way and track in safe condition. There would be probably a
loot in a fill level beyond the tie.
There arc special watchmen on day
ami night ami everything to protect
the trainmen and passengers. 1 do
not know of any particular order lur
men to keep the to- of the rails
clear when shoveling mud across; it
is the rule of the company to do it.
I do not know whether thut had been
complied with when the wreck occurred. The trainmen, including the
eiu'inei-r    ami fireman, were compel-
, enl men."
| The jury rendered the following
verdict:
I "We find that the deceased, Arthur
Ford and Donald Campbell, came by
their deaths through the derailment
and wreckage of engine So. 857 on
the .as.iiH' tract at the east switch
at McNcilllc's on the morning of
March 10th. 1810. Wo consider that
the wreck was due to sand, mud and
gravel on the rails, carelcsslv 1 ft
there hy the company's employes
through their negligence.
"We find that the sand, mud and
gravel was spilt on top ol the rails
while being conveyed across the main
line and siding from the mudslide to
the dump.
"Wc further consider that this section of the road being known to he
particularly dangerous, sufficient
watchmen were not emnloyed to keep
the track in safe condition."
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AH aboard for  Lethbridge  and   Sunnyside   on
March 28th, Easter flondayl
The    train    stops    within    a    very   short   distance   of   the   SUNNYSIDE
ADDITION lots which we have offered to YOU.    YOU will  have "ONLY ONE
OPPORTUNITY" like this to make a profitable investment.
"BUY   A   RETURN    TICKET    TO    LE THBR IDG E"  and  see
SUNNYSIDE   ADDITION  and  we  will   accept   the   price  you  paid for your
ticket as part  payment on a purchase of "TWO" or more lots.
"Make up your minds to come to Lethbridge next Monday"
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