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THE CRAN BROOK HERALD.
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VOLUME  18
<*RANBROOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.   THURSDAY, JANUARY  111. lllll
NO. 48
The Beef Industry of British Columbia
By S. F. Tolmie, V. S„ Representative of the Health
of Animals and Live Stock Branches of British
Columbia
The first record that we have <■(
ihe Introduction    nf burl en tlio  Into
Urltixtl Cntliuitilii was in llie cully
lullli's Wlleil i nlisil'.lltilrllt*. well1
lituilL'.lil lu lhe suillhelii end of Villi
coil Ver islainl liv (tie llllilHOIl Hay
uoinpnny from their (aim In tvlinl in
ii nu Washington stale
These aiiiiiials wen- Iim-iI hy, lhe
company foi a numher uf years near
Vlctorfn ami tliey supplied niilinnlK
iu many Individual., wlm coinmcnccil
farming in the neighborhood.
During Hie time ut the gold excite
incut on tin* .''laser river ami in Die
Cariboo, in thc sixties, a number ol
cattle were driven Into British Colombia from Oregon, Washington ami
California fnr supplying beef to the
miners. About this time several
Mnall herds were established in what
are now known as the rattle range
districts in tin* Interior ol the province Under favorable climatic conditions, ami with an abundance ui
feed, these herds increased rapidly
ami Ihelr surplus animals noon made
n reputation for British Columbia
bunch grass beef, which, for richness
cf flavor and fine, quality, cannot be
excelled anywhere.
Kor many years the ranchmen suffered on account ot pom- marketing
facilities, often driving their stock
for many days tn .some point uu lhe
Krascr river, where it wns possible
to ship tn the coast markets, placer
mining strikes at different points in
the Interior, from time to time, during these pioneer days provided the
ranchmen with a good market while
the excitement lasted, ami some of
them, wlm are now very comfortably
situated, can trace the beginning of
thfir prosperity to the market created hy these early day mining camps
With the building ui the Canadian
Pacific railway, matters were entirely changed, since then the ranchman
has been ahle tu dispose ui iill tie
can produce, though Komutlmo*. at
prices not as remunerative as he
would wish.
Of late years the heef Industry has
imt been making much progress, and
on the coast has practically heen
abandoned in favor ot dairy iim.
which, under existing conditions and
prices, i**- much more profitable, giving the lariuer a regulai income,
nml, with tlie  demand for dalrj pro
dtlcts at  present, lie is placet) in       a
much more Independent position
when marketing his produi>-.
In many districts of lhe interiot
too, large tracts of what wav once
ranch laml is being < ut up lot 01
chard and othci purposes bo that al
the present tune thc British Colum
bla ranchman does not nearly supply
local demand
The Ilrsi    record    .,*■ havi  11 i ■
bred cattle coming to tbe province
was m isi.7. n pure bred hull om
ih- from California in iti.it year,
more were brought from Oregon m
is, i, .uni a ionsignment ..nne from
Ontario In IS. i \s might be ex
pei led nil ot these were Shorthorns
There ure at presenl several herds ol
pure bred Shorthorns ami lleretords
ami om- hnd ol Highland •.nth
\*. fai as i am aware there are no
pure bred herds nf Qallowaj i in
Polled Vagus In Ihe province \ few
.eats ago their were tevcrnl herds »l
Shorthorns ol good qualltj .it 'in'
coast, hut "i late years, ihev. bavi
hern math all dispersed owing to
Ihr i.nt that tin* principal markel
t..i hull*, is in tin range illstrh t
where they prefei animal grown
under   range    conditions     Km this
n also thr    Ontario grown  bull
i*. nol populai on Ihe rangi Pun*
bred range hulls sell toi fctti lo MOO,
according tn quality
Kor rinse ranging, nnd on Ihe smal
lit ranges where feed is more plenll
fui, Hu- Shorthorn is preferred, while
on ihe target ranches when- the
animal's rustling abilities have lo be
depended on almosl altogether, tin
Hereford has the preference Veor
hugs, uml upwards, are the agi used
and the*, aie kept fur about four
yeais One hull is turned oul for
every twenty-five ot thirty cown ami
the ealf percentage runs ahout >*i tu
ro per cent. The calves are coat rated in June and aie weaned in November; they are   usually fed hay all
u llltrl
Tlllll COW HlOL'k ale also led SOIIIU
buy, while steers in this elimute, ro-
ipiiie some feeding uboul two winters
iu every live Where feeding is carried un il is estimated lhat (ruin
SOU tu 1,(11111 pounds ul' bay  per head,
consisting of clover! timothy and
limine grass, will winter a mixed
herd ul cattle iu hue condition under
ordinary circumstances. Alfalfa is
successfully grown in some districts
where it provides an excellent winter feed; in other district's it winter
kills badly, I'nder the above system three-year-old steers are turned
nil' in the summer weighing from
1,200 pounds to 1,300 pounds, while
cows run ahoul 1,500 pounds,
Some years ago a few consignments of 'doglcs' were brought f(om
Ontario, hut they did nut give satisfaction, ami lhe shipments were discontinued,
Practically all the beef produced iu
British Columbia is marketed between 'lune 15 and January 15, tlie
price obtained being three cents ror
cows and three and one-hall for
steers at the railway shipping point.
Purlng the rest of the year the
supply Is obtained from Alberta.
.Much better prices would bo obtained ii the animals could he held over
nnd marketed in the late winter and
spring, but there is little prospect of
this being done with bay running
rrom $1- to *f2fi per ton
A large modern abbatolr has been
established at Vancouver within recent years and many cattle ure shipped there. The cattle buying and
slaughtering business is falling into
the bands of large concerns and the
small retailer is rapidly disappear
ing
ll is expected that with the opening up uf areas suitable fnr ranching
in the northern part nf thc province
which arc now being tapped by railways, that the range cattle output
will hold iis own. hut little change
can lie looked for in the Immediate
future fn tiie districts already settled
as other lines of animal husbandry
oiler much larger profits than the
production ol beef under existing
conditions
Predatory animals do not cause
much ins*- on the ranges Occasional losses are caused bv bears and
panthers, Imi these do not amount tu
much. Owing to the eountrj heing
more or   less heavily  stocked    with
ame little loss ol live stock is caus
ed !jv wolves, which arr able tu get
Iheii lood In the forests Coyotes
.lie m>t credited by ranchmen with
doing  much damage Some cattle
men would tike to see them protect
nl on account ol then destruction ol
gophers and othei animals (.f n aiml-
l.n nature
Knnge cattle here are practically
free from disease Tuben ulosls is
almost unknown on the range, while
i.itlle mange does not exist in Brit
isb Columbia. A small outbreak oi
Blai k Leg ,v..s reported last year m
the range country but, tins should
hi i .i ii\ controfled by thc use ol
the preventive   vaccine now supplied
In   the Health of   Animals Brain It at
the nominal prlci  ol five cents      pei
dose
Ureal Improvement could be made
in the cattle iinlustiy by the Itrlga
lion of larger anas ol laud foi the
production   ol alfalfa and other suit
able folate to he followed b\ a llinre
liberal   system     ot    win let     (ceding
This Bhould be coupled with a careful
Kctcetlon of breeding animals and   thc
URO of onlv |inie bted sires of goud
i-ualit)
The beef cattlemen »( the province
should form an association and
heartily co-operate with nne another,
bearing in mind thai iu unity there
is stleliglh       One nf the first objects
■ >i this association should be to im
prove market conditions and to ensure graded prices according to the
quality of their stoek. Another
matter that will need attention in
ihe near future is the systematic re-
seediug of the ranges with the valuable hunch grass whieh apparently
will hi* exterminated iu some places
if some method is not suon adopted
for its conservation.
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CARD OF THANKS
£    To the Electors of the City of Cranbrook.   |
Lambs and Gentlemen •
I toko this moans of extending io oaoh ono of you
my flineoro thanks for tho L'iimtohh support ynu extendi il
inuuii Tliursiiay hint. Permit tno lo nnsum ynu thut it
will \m my eonatiiiit endeavor lo faithfully serve your
Im-hI iiitcrcBtri.
SIMON TAYLOR.
American Competition
VII5WS OF -\   Ii    McHAK, ONE OK
THK BEST KNOWS COAST
LUMBERMEN
In the course ol a long article,
doallng with the outlook for the lumber trade iu Hill, contributed by
Ml \    ll       Mel'ne  to the  Western
Lumberman, the  writer says, in   reference to American competition
"While some uneasiness was felt
during tho lattei pari of 1010, owing to the Importation of American
lumber, which aggregated 66,000.000
leet im the U'ni, 1 helieve the maun
ruclurers ean consider the worst
our, so far as American competition
is concerned, lit thc United states,
It is found that Lhe political unrest
that lias been so strong there for the
past four or five years is subsiding,
ami that conditions througboul lhe
entire conn try are much Improved,
thc aggegnte value of their farm products for 1010 was the greatest in
tho loitiitry's history, and undoub-
illy tbey are on the eve of a general revival of business. The crop
failures iu iln- Dakotas and Montana,
which bad such a depressing effect on
the mills in Idaho, Washington nud
Montana        are not likely
lo       occur        again        The     increased     demand     from    the     mil
mads is already having its effecl   on
!umbei   prices   wiib    the mills that
e hem bidding for Canadian business, ami with the revival of business
in the United   States, whieh is evid-
'tit in the spring, the American mills
will he on a pur with Canadian manufacturers, as to price, and will practically   withdraw from the Canadian
market, ns the American, all   things
being equal,  will    prefer   to sell at
borne     Even should he again be   as
strong a    competitor   in mil as lie
was in into,   which is very unlikely,
there   would .still be a very material
shortage to be made up in order    lo
neet the    prospective demand     Besides the delay in American delivery,
and the   uncertainty,    as to securing
the lumber in   time for spring trade,
will  mure than offset   any slight difference     that     may still   extsl      in
prices,
"In view    oi the general situation,
chtch cannot be regarded    otherwise
bau very   favorable, and with      the
issurancc   of a big increase In Immi-
:ration f-'i    next year, and also   the
ertainty of ample foreign capital for
ll building   requirements, it    would
ivin thai the  lumber manufacturers,
m common  with all the other whole-
le Interests  fn the   west, ean look
forward to next year with much confidence.     While it is apparent     that
tie rapid development ol the country
has .it last created a lumber demand
i least equal to, if not In excess   of
the production ol the mills, yet   thc
editions which   existed but a   few*
tits ago,   should   not be lost Right
. and the manufacturers would   do
Il to await   the actual demand heir preparing to   Increase their   cut
for   nexl   year   beyond   the    cut of
910
"The absolute certainty oi a    very
large  population In our prairie prov-
ices, in a comparatively short space
i tune, and   tbe consequent Increase
i    the   demand  fur   lumbei, again
presses   home to   us       the ultimate
value ol    our stumpage.        Another
year has only emphasized thc      (act
thai  tin- available timber, so lar    as
this province is concerned, has   been
grossly overestimated, and that   in a
cry   Bhorl   time,   when the limited
mount oi   stumpage available       is
fully realized, prices will advance ac-
rdtngly, and   we will then nppreel-
* that, in cutting oui timber,    wc
have been disposing of the best grow-
ingasset <■( the business "
In Sell-Protection
WHOLESALE   AND BI.TAU. 1.1 M-
BKH DEALERS UN'ITK KOH
BUSINESS
Ity an oversight tht  following   re
irt was omitted   trom the lust   is-
if the Herald:
At Cranhronk on   Kriday (January
.h) a  large gathering   "f Mountain
lumber manufacturers met and recelv-
d n   deputation of retail lumbermen
rom Lethbridge and Southern      Al-
erta.     The tatter  district is      the
atural market for Brutish Columbia
lumber, hut   owing to   the fact that
lumber is about the only unprotected
article used iu    Canada, this      dis-
lict, like others, has during      thc
ast year been choked with American
lumber, over one hundred and      ten
illiou     feet   having   been   shipped
—loss   the line during 1010,       thus
making it almost   impossible for Canadian mills   to do business in    this
territory.    Consequently, about  two
months since, tne  Mountain Lumbermen's association look the matter iu
hand, discussed an edict, that retail-
.ers dealing in American lumber, with-
.lu the /one  indicated, must quit,   or
I the   retail ns   well as the wholesale
I business would   he done hy the manu-
jfacturers      This had the desired   effect nud the meeting held un   Kriday
I last ai Cranbrook, wan for On-   pur
poi
act
pose nf confirming
tbal Iim- ol poll
and retailers being
their determination
irnincnt refuses to
unprotected industn
that industry
protect Itself
perpetuatii .*
lanufaetni. ; -
ifmous      in
t il tho .
protei t the i
iu Canada, then
tlu
and  -a ill effect iu
CUV COUNCIL
The first meeting ol ilu* new city
Council was held on Monday, January lflth, I'll!, .il 11 a in All pre*
sent
Mayor llunl staled that the re
Bponslbllit] plated nn himself ami
aldermeu bj lhe electorate might br
divided under two heads, vi/ : morul
und material. Me Intended to make
further reference lo these items nt a
later date ami In) recommendations
before the council re mine lie
trusted that during the vent the
council would woik in harmony with
all other boards, working In the interest and for the advancement of
Cranhrook, notably tin' hoard of
trade and school t ruslccs
Standing commit lees wen appoint
etl as follows:
Kinance— Chairman, .1 K Camp
bell. A. <'. Bowness, s. Taylor.
Wnrk*; ami Property—Chairman, M
Board of Trade Convention
Postponed.
Owing to tm* ri la-organization of
railroad traffic    tbe  Eastern British
I Columbia Associated Boards ol
Trade convention, which was to have
opened this morning al ihe Masonic
lull has been postponed until Thurs
day next, at the same place. The
meeting will be called to order at
2   p.m   by President M   \   Macdon-
! aid
To Construct Waldo I:xtension
At      a   recent meeting       ol
Canadian Pacific railway directors
in Montreal, appropriations were
provided for tbe curly construction uf
tbe Waldo branch According to pre
s.-nt plans work will he eonniieiived
in tho early spring and rushed
through to completion as rapidly as
possible
TIIE VITALITY OK ANN I IT A NTS
.1    .la.'l-s.
.1    If      Me
.1. .lohnson,      ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Nahb.
Health and Belief—Chairman. S
Taylor, .1   K  Campbell
Kire and Police—Chairman. .1
Jackson, J. II, McNabb
Legislation—Chairman, .1 1* Mc
Nahb, A. C Bowness
Water—Chairman. \ c Bowness,
S. Taylor, D. .1. .Johnson.
The   mayor es officio   memhei    of
ll committees.
II was* decided lhat all future regular meetings of council shall he
lu-ld the fust Monday In every
month at 2 ji m. local time
Council then adjourned.
THK    MAYOR'S     RECOMMENDATIONS KOR COI NCI I, KOR
tan
1 Bylaw he placed before the
people to raise money fnr instnlla
tion of sewerage system.
The question
I do annuitants
javerage than
(greal   factor if
is   often asked
live longer, on
other    people?"
the question
■Win
the
The
uf
the
[rom
exist-
Cl
olirintio
<>f permanrnl de
bentures.
■i. Kurther extension of new water
main between dam and city, i.e.:
The laying of nboul one mile of
in in. pipe, leaving the old S ,n. to
act as an auxiliary, also S In, main
from Lumsdcn avenue and Edward
St to Baker Si This would give
the city a very much stronger water
pressure
course is, that those people liv
longest wbo have the least n
it is u truism that worry kill*
people than work does Tnk
a man the primal worry id
etice, the worry about his bread and
[butter, and ynu leave his mind free
for higher and   more healthful actlvl-
[ ties Burden a man with the frnr of
the pom house or a destitute old age
land vou cripple his right arm \
man who is ever saving against the
evil days and the lean years, fear-
fill that some storm may break ,it
anytime to destroy his hoarded
grain, comes often lo those some
lean years with some substance hut
With shattered nerves as well
Kor all men and women it Is well
that the government has provided a
means whereby savings may he laid
aside for the future with perfect confidence that they shall he available
when old age comes. "I um fearful,"
says one. "not that l must die, but
that I may be a burden nn others,
in my lasl days."
A government annuity will not
solve al! sti-ii problems, but il will
solve, and is solving, manv of
them*
Ask yunr postmaster, or write to
the Superintendent of Annuities. Ottawa, for information
1 That systematic
city be recommended
tnissioners
atrolling    of
police   com-
JAIL KOH BANK MANAO-ER
j W. R Tracers, former general
manager of the Partners1 Bank, has
heen sentenced to .spend thc next six
| years -nf his life in the penitentiary
Thai the question nf treatment
dust un business st reel s be
considered, especially in view of increased assessment
Improvement
emeteiv
:. That a fountain with cement
watering trough be placed In convenient plaee upon tin* public streets
lor horses, dogs, etc
R. That all dugs found within the
city limits without tags, he killed.
fl. That arrangements be made for
the strict observance of pound bvlaw
10 That city engineer be requested
in prepare ns soon as possible a blue
print
showing In full all underground
water    connect ion*
e ti
ll.   That   street
he strictly enforced
valve
wires
nnd traffic bylaw
11 Tbat the fiscal yeai nr city
council end upon lhe Insl day of November
U That, provided the present assessment is nol materially decreased
hy the court ol revision, we strongly
recommend that the system of lines
now in force in connection with the
red light district, be abolished
I-I. Tbat arrangements he made
for the ringing of a curfew bell, also
that a good truant officer be temporally appointed
15. That a juvenile court be established with a view to restraining
way-ward ehildren, and assisting to
make good citizens of Ihem Alsi
thnt n home of detent inn be discussed
lfi. Thai heads nf departments arrange so thai all civic employees can
attend divine worship, at least, once
every two weeks, more fretmentlv, if
possible.
Outlook in British Columbia
Sir Edmund Walker, President of Bank of Com*
merce. Reviews Situation in and Prospects
of this Province
At iln-   recent  annual meeting   ol
tlu*   shareholders   ol  tlu:    Canadian
Bank of Commerce,  held in Toronto,
sir Edmund   Walker,   lhe president,
in the course  ol lus customary      re-
en   ol Canadian Hade conditions on
this ocenslou, made reference to
British Columbia, as follows:
British Columbia experienced a
e.n of great and general advance
lent In 1000, and this was continued
throughout 1010 Immigration, nt
first slower than [n tbe prairie provinces, is now steadily Increasing, and lious reasons,
crease and greater stability In pric
ii looks   as if lhe   unusual resource
[again, however,   when actual result**
were better known    Business arising
: from railway nnd    mining work   iicd
(from building in    cities continued lo
• be active   throughout the yeai    During the  dull months ther-- was   con
siderable cutting of  prices, nu;   thi**
un-. not su menacing lo the prosperity of the milts as the dumping     of
I I'nited States lumber in Canada, owing to the dull state of trade In that
country.   The    -ust ul lumber ;*,   in*
[creasing in British Columbia for var*
and a corresponding in-
I this
would
the res
ttie!
willing
.■ia I
c*ctensi<.
raduatly
of the world
part
come
i.
ut-
• ni*
erned, tho
tk and to
rdh
iditio
fail
man. of those who ha
d   elsewhere arc not   desirable even
In this rich   laud.   Capita! i'i Flowing
o British   Columbia tu a continual!)
ncreusing volume, especially      from
(Ireat Britain    Here, as elsewhere in
Canada, there arc sources of informa
ttoii In the us.- of which the in ves toi
may be guarded from those who, having something to  sell liv notation >•;
therwise, ure not regardful   ol   the
truth   in    iheir   efforts to be      su.
essful      In iiu-   province, with   it -
extensive   und' vcloped areas oi roo
iron, copper, -i!v
ble Umbei    and -iill   more remark
ble fisheries, its rich valleys capable
i"   bountiful   production    of   [raits,
egetahfes and other farm produce, as
fell as of live -■ ■<* k, it is nol    easy
j.      guess        either        the    lim-
:-       '.j       Its       j-ventfui    great-
ess     or     the     rale     *-t     Its    pr-
r.-ss relativel;  to its extended area
\s elsewhere,   farm lands continue
o advaucu in    price, sad so do fruit
onds,   but the   railway development
Canada! seem essential.   The Immediati
to'look for this very important industry
As far as the lis good, .-.pan    from the prospect ot
who    an   more    dumping frnm   Cnited Statns
:epl     thc | manufai turers
intrv I In mining the most important ui-
cd, hm too Indent was the purchase ol the Dun**-
alreadj fail | muti coal mines by a company form
rd fnr thi purpose \ verj large lu
■.I- in Ihi DUtpul i*. contemplated
k thc Crows Scst ..m. adjacent
rountry there bas been n great deal
ni aetivitj In dealing in coal lands.
nnd ■ msidcrablr development work
has been doac, which will undoubtedly resull u; a much enlarged output
in a tew years Tht' production i»i
coal h\ tbi established mines ha**
I ■•■ ir regulai and at the end of the
year some mini***, we:* *losed and
sotm hundreds of miners discharged
its remark- [The total output Ior British Columbia ir 1910 was 1,01 1,000 tons, compared with 3,3-10,000 tons in 190*.
■:.i- small rait ■• which d**< inns it-
report, heme ir. each case . \. l-jtlc-d.
Copper mining arid smelting in tbo
!..>uiidar) country have had another
•*-••". yeai The additional increase
fn the capacity ol tbe smellers now
makes r. pn'Mblc to treat about 2.-
*. -.,■■■- • as ol ore annually, with a
further material reduction in cost.
The quantity   of    ore   mined during
in the   northern part   of the province 11910 w
with
price
per
FOB SA1.K-A [Ut conl and mufi,
tOO smalt fm owner; verv cheap, Ap
ply Boi 7, Herald office 4B if
The fire at the Y.M.C.A. building
last Saturday morning was obviously
due to defective -winn-;. The loss occasioned is estimated at $2,000. The
fire had a good hold before the alarm
was turned in. The night clerk at
the Hotel Cranhrook saw a light
caused by the flames, but at tirst
thought it was simply aa electric
light. As it continued to grow he
stepped outside the hotel and 'hen
bserved that the building vvas on
fire. He immediately notified Constable McLean, who at once rushed
over to     the building to arouse     the
inmates The assistant secretary,
It, U, McCreary, was sleeping in n
room on the upper story and it was
not until McLean had almost wearied
of knocking tlmt he was* nroused Thc
fire started iu the celling of the
basement and burned its wav across
and through tbr dinins; room floor,
where the chief damage was done.
Some slight damage was 'him upstairs in one of the hath rooms, \o
firemen backing a hole in the floor
ing to locate the flame*-, which, hap
pily, bad nol reached that lar The
bowling alleys in the basement were
slightly Bcorched and, B mny h' *
damaged by witter Whether or not
the loss is covered by Insurance is
not yet definitely known, ihe contractors' Insurance had expired a few
days before the outbreak ami whether
or not the C.P.R, had arranged bo
its renewal is not known Tbe fire
means a delay in the formal opening
nf the V.M.C .\ C.P.R officials
Inspected thc building nn Tuesday
and intimated that repairs would be
proceeded with at once. Whilst the
fire has delayed the installation ol
the dining room department, roomers
arc already being accommodated and
applications for rooms are now in
order. A meeting of the committee
ol management was held during the
week at which restaurant prices
were fixed. It was arranged that a
mid-day lunch Bhould be served, from
12 to 2 at a cost of .".5 cents Meals
will otherwise he served to order,
day and night, at prices slightly below those in force at the Cranbrook
Restaurant, the only other all while
house in tOWIl Meal tiekets, good
for ta fill in innils will he sold at
10.00.
 liar*;*-  ■
awaits the development oi Paclfii
oast fishing Markets exisl In our]
cat country, and halibut and herring fishing if protected will eiceed i
the great salmon Industry, shall we;
preserve out riiflit **-■*
Thc markel    foi lumber opened   in
good shape, hul business was checked j
iharply bv thc tear of crop failure it,
lhe   prairie provinces   ft    Improved
1,-596,000 tons, compared
11,000 tons in 1909 The
; copper averaged 13.86 cent!
pound, against IS to cent* iu
but despite tbe low grade of
t-he ore, the processes art now t»o
p**rfct tbat tbe companies did fairly
well \ slight Increase in price Is
expected a~r, fa much to be desired
Labor conditions, whieli have *•*. ro-
• ■■ in been unsatisfactory, ar.d
whieh resulted it. a strike tot two
months at <>k ..I th«- smelters, are
now ur eatlj improved because oi
better relation! between the mmr
owners and the union. Transportation facilities are heir.,; greatly in.
proved, there is a prospect of obtaining eoal of good tokin/ quality is
tbi i'. indan country, and oth**,r in
teresta besides mmine are actively
engaged There ha* been an impro?***-
ment in the mining condition of the
Kootenays, more capital seeking is
vestment there and more development work having been done on -Md
and rifiv properties Th-- total valne
ij the . *•- mi Ited al Trail w*v
rth.ji* the name ..s ir. 1909, between
five and -ir million dollars (ire in
some mines has been fond ai depths
-•: from LOW) tu LIV) f?et. and other
"nr.es are working successfully «t
lower levels *han in tin* past. Conditions as i whole have no*, been so
hopeful (or manv years Much inter-
•-.-.! await*: thr- result", of experiment1
bv the Dominion government looking
to a tetter system id treating lU*
diver-lead on >, so .*i to save the
large pr*.pr*rti"n of ?jnr whieh is W>W
Insl
Whii- the growth of *hr dtj rt
Vancouver It more evident to the
outsider t' li ur.lv an example ft th*
progress In all western towns and
eitlM Tin- assessment value ir. I**>ln
I** [.,»: times thai ••[ iM6, the buitd-
and in other districts will give the
settler without capital bis pathway
to Bucccss The crnwth *>f cities In
British Columbia i* so rapid that
Ian;.- quantities of food itufis bavi
at pres.-nt to b<- imported fr"in th**
Cnited State**, and it can readily be
-•en that agricultural settlement is
necessary and should be profitable.
Fruit growers had u profitabh sea*
-■in both as to yield and price, although the total yield is not large
compared w-.ri what it will be uhm
'he area.*, being platted year «"*• r
year are in bearing llanchmco .vl
graziers bad a good winter, ami
prices were high when *h.*ir stock
was marketed
The salmon catch was 763,30(1
cases, against 629,160 casts ir. l(*n**,
tbe year of natural comparison, tht*
increase being in the -".itch on the
northern risers, while fishing on the
Fraser river ;va% again unsatisfactory Tbis industry uas perhaps
never in such a sound condition fin-
nncially, nor .-■■ capably managed hy
the canncrs With proper proti tion
to the lish. and no effort should b**
spared to assure this, satmon hshi.'ig
may be preserved as one of the leading sources nf wealth if' this province
In  halibut fishing   wc own another \
great   source ot   wealth, hut wo regret to have to repeal 'Ii.it nothing of
mud  practical value is being done t«.
stop the extensive poaching b;   Vmei
leans    if   bv Indlffen-nci ..i   becau o
ol tin* .rreat difficult}  of making gov  '
crnments believe thai vigorous action]
i   necessary, we arc robbed .-.'     the
..!.*..   ■ •  :his natural asset, tbi   dam
age  to  Canada   v ill be Incalculable
lleep ica     Ashing In our opportunity
lo build   up ni       the   Paclfii     « I
iinmunitii .   •>       white     fisher men I       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Bhotil win.i.    wc shall Miller as   a ; mi pertntti and    clearing house    rv-
natioi  in h muti  i    it ■   man-(turn     ire ovei t\r    times ss large,
;,    thai    irom me    mere lots     of and tJrt   cuatom bouse    returns are
money        Capital    ...   a large *ay|near|y ,m. um   M -^ M |(J thiil
year
 4>	
Constipation is the cttat ol many
ailments and dlsordetl that make life
miserable. Take Cbamberlala'i
Stomach and Liver Tablet!; ke*tp
vour bowels regular and you wilt
avoid these disease-.. Kor sale by
all druggists nnd dealets. IMf
CARD OF THANKS
To the Electors of the City of Cranbrook.
Lw.n>  \\\> (iRSTLBMBN :-"
PlenRo accept my hearty thanks for thc icenofoni
Bupportyon rbvo roe at tii" polli on Thnralny- January
I -th     While iiiiKiuv-j-bfcfu] 1 assure you that 1 Htill retain
tin- an mo Entoroat in tho nixxl and wolfaro nf i>ur cilj
JAMES FINLAY.
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CAPITAL PAID UP -
RESERVE FUND
I'. K. WILKIE, Preslilont.
HON, IHillKItT .IAFKIIAY, Vlct.l'resli
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CAPITAL [AUTHORIZED   -      $10,000,000.00
$5,905,000.00
5,575,000.00
5,575.000.00
* Accounts   of   Corporations,   Muuiolpalltios,    Murcliimts,
• 'PaTiuerBmill Private individuals invited.
♦ Drafts uml Letters ot Orudil issued availnblo hi liny pari nf
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SAVISOS DKI'AllTMKNT ■ Special attention
.'iwu to Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits of 81,110 nud
ipwiirrif. rncoivou uud interest allowed from daleoE deposit.
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The Knox churcli girls hishl their
monthly meeting in the basement of
the church tin Monday evening nl
1 o'clock,
BULL RIVER PALLS
DISTRIBUTORS Rill WKSTIiRN CAMIIA
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Hotter limn tin* 11.si
The Cosmopolitan j
If you come onee.
Vou wili come ngnin.
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Two Lots on  Baker Street, corner
and  inside.
♦ Two Lots and Warehouse on Durick
♦ Avenue.
♦  Business Block on Armstrong Avenue.
* For Pric-Jj and Particulars Apply
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pciannum creJilcJ m'llilj'
on savinjis Jepositsl*!0-
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Wi'\i™iYour5aviii5jS.icc'iil
& iPj'ou arc nol aiivinj -
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Commence NOW Wills.
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Post Glficc * (Sjiprcss
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(.speciiU CorrospondonCe.)
• luck DouglnK Kiivu    a uncial danco
nt liis Innii' luM Siitiiiiluy (.veiling,
uiul all nm iii-ci on iln- ler I, were in
iitlriiiliimv        Tiny   icliinii'il   in   UmO
fnr brciikla il lliii nexl 111(1111111);.
Anlin rickcrlng rami! iiji from
Wnnlm-1 im,1 uiMiiinnl ovct Sunday.
ili'u sicvi iisi.n, 11 lahoror on the
work hi'iv, i hnvhiK n Rorlous time
willi eiyHipi Iuh in Uu- liu-r. It is
sntlfifnclofj-, imwuvpr, i<> rcjiort tlmt
in1 is Iii.proving.
• ■cm. Iv llt-mli'isiiii, ii , nild wile,
nro liiu happy recipients oi n line
Imb-, hoy, The hoy nml Uro. nro
ilniii1; Iim- ami i-vi-i v tliini* is lovely.
Rev, Knhi'iis, lhe enmp miHsionnrj'.
preached n very Interesting sermon
list Sunday nflernoon, ami visited
Mic r.l'i;  enmp In   ihr evening.
Nui inaiiv ramps enli bonsl of a
lirst i-liiss jmrhcr. Wm, Armstrong,
a praellcal man, keeps the hoys nleu-
ly trimmed up in ihis ramp.
II II Henderson wenl to Cranhrook lasl Monday on important
liiminess.
Kred Donglns Is very luisj these
days looking ultei 11 lol ol men wlm
iiri* engaged in eiilling tics for him.
(irn. !■: Henderson, Jr., has purchased ihi- shark, lools and stuck of
.1. llayslrom. the shoe cobbler, and
(irn. is lhe busiest man in camp, .is
In- also does all thr lilacksmlthing.
Mis. II, u. itaiib has been on the
■■irk list for Ihe past two weeks, bul
she Is now up ami about again.
Xotwilhftluuding the severe storm
mnl heavy snow that lias (alien, the
t'.P.lt. park train has made iis regular trips carrying supplies tu the
camps.
The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian
church held their annual meeting nl
the manse on Monday.
We arc having our tirst skntahlc
ice this week and also Iln- Ilrsi car
nival of thu season was hold on
Tuesday ovening. Thr costumes
were very tasty nnd although nol a
great nnmhei masked 1 In* ovening
proved to he qulto a success.
Slock of Harness and
Saddlery I or Sale
£    At Creston, IJ.O.   Vnluo
nlKJ.lt $1000.00.
Apply tn
Arthur Okell-
Araifniecj
Crcl'Mi, B.C,
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TOJAT
AI*ah>*j Hi-- Ih-Jl ((uulily hikI
(fulrk BllVllf. llu»ilii**tM,'n'-
luutli.   (i|-*ii I by uml NlFhi.
VICTORIA RESTAURANT
.1. SAKAlirCHI. PROP.
OPPOSITE 0EP0T.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF  EAST KOOTENAY
TAKK NOTICE tbat 1, Bell'
Doilsim, nt linker City, Oregon, oc
cupatlon Housekeeper, intend lo apply [or permission to purebnse the
lollowing described lands:
Commencing nt a post planted
font west Irom the N. W. eoraer of
l.nt 7897, being the initial post X. K
corner; thenee south 80 chains, theno
west 11 chains, thrnrr north 80
chains, thenee rast 1-1 chains to
point of commencement and contain-
mi'; 112 acres, more or less.
Belle Dodson, l.nrator
•I. II. Hutchinson. Agent.
Hated  Nov.  Mb,  1910, 'I5-.U*
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LLD., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL Manaoeij
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000 REST, - $7,000,000
TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES
Issued by Tho Canadian Hank ol" Commerce uro the most convenient
form In which to curry money when travelling, Tbey nro nogotluble
everywiiere, self-identifying, and the exact nmounl (inyablo in tlio principal foreign countries is printed on llie fuce nf every cheque, 'lli*-'
cheques are issued iu denominnlions of
#10, $20, $50, $100 niul $200, 335
nnd may he obtained on application al iho Hank.
In connection with its Trnvellcrs' Cheques The Canadian Hank of
Commerce bus issued n booklet entitled ''Information of Interest to those
about lo 1 ravel", which will be scnl free i-.* unyoue upplying for .it.
R. T. Brymner, nunager Cranbrook branch
l-'ront room lo rent on Armstrong
avenue, nil convenience*-. Modctnti'
price       Applv   Boi   1, Herald id
(Ice. IMP
• FERNIE I
j special correspondence.)
The    hnd     wrathci     continueil all
III rough Insl week up to Friday. The
erenrj remained   low hut the   wind
hsided ami ;i hrlghl   sunshine made
u  world   seem somewhat brighter,
nl hope rose iu   thc hearts ol many
'ople.   I p to    Monday ol this week
trains were delayed, Imt when      one
is expected to get through during the
day ii doesn't seem quite so bad.
During lhe lirst four davs of ihe
storm few people were seen nn thc
Ktrects except lhe would-be council*
luis, school trustees and a lew others whoso business called Ihem out
regardless ot wind and weather, A
number ni people living in lhe Annex
Mnl Wesl Fernle were lound in need
of fuel ami food ami ihe city provided a sufficient nmounl uf both 10
tide them over lhe week nf severe
wenther We hope this will he a lesson  In   all   wlm an- utile tn   wnrk to
look ahead fnr enough tn keep themselves and families Irom suffering.
Much sympatln i-* fell for the sick
uiul those wlm are in need through
ill [ortunc.bul when it cornea tn need
lb rough laziness ii  seems hard     for
he citv   to he called  upon.
The Fernle hockey learn visited
Crnnhrook on Friday night and were
innii* successful than when Cranhronk visited us. The senre being
I— ■[ in favor ol Fernie this time.
Chief McDougall mei with rather a
I'aiiiful accident one day last week
while driving a load of supplies     to
the   needy in the    Aliliev.    He       was
driving lour horses uud upon crossing
Mu* (ileal Northern track the sleigh
ituck, sending the lire chief frnm his
-.cat ami landing him among Die
horses feel, one of the horses seemed to object tn Ins driver licing in
thn I position ami left tin- impression
ol his shoo i'ii the chief's hip* He
wns Immediate!) removed tn the
hospital, where he   spenl a few days.
Judge Wilson spent Saturday in
1 own.
Mi   p    Lund, nl  Wardner, visited
Kernie last Wick.
h litis, secretary nl Pernio local
1 \l W 1.1 \ ami A .1 Carter,
district secretary, hnve gone to f'o-
lumbus, Ohio, to take in the convention that  meets there this week
Iln-   rlvlc   election., come oft     rin
(Iran-day,   >li mv    13th,   with the
following results.
Mayor—A, W  lllensdoll
•tldermi-n -l Mclntyre, s (iraham. .1 \\ Koheilsnn, S K. Wallace, It    Robicbnud, .1. Podblclauclk,
School Trustecs-ll. Dudley, «. O.
Henderson, <i   I.. Pedlar, ...
The school board made Ihelr lirst
visit since the new   lueliihers' election
—on Mondav alternoon
Chief Sampson, of the provincial
police force, has been transferred to
Vancouver und Constable .lohn Munroe is coming In lake his pluee. Mr.
Munroe comes highly rerrimmendped
and we welcome bim In nur city. We
hope he will liml little need to show
his authority in this district, but
we fear lhat while lliere are pay
davs pol Icemen will always he needed.
The Fernle Literary society met
with Miss Cielghtnn on Mniidny
nlghl ami -"Macbeth" was In1 rodneed
as a Study hv Principal llnne
(Special correspondence,)
Miss Verio Martin, who has heen
spending the Chrlstmnn vocation with
ber parents in town, returned un
Thursday last to resume ber studies
at St. Joseph's school, Nelson.
Mr. C. St. Jacques spenl Frldnj
last with Cranbrook friends,
Mr. A. Sheppard, nf Jaffray, spent
Thursday last with his family here.
Mr. Oeo. Powell, of Cranbrook,
was doing husiuess in town last
Thursday.
Mr. a. c Mowiies... of Cranhrook,
was here on business hist Friday.
Mr. Fred speaker, of J affray, spent
Sunday with his family in town.
Mr. Louie Larson, ol Calloway,
was a guest al the home of Mr. ami
Mrs. Fred Speaker hist Sunday.
Mi Mnl/, oi Fernie, was doing
business iu town last Saturday
Mr.   McDonald,    ni   ll due staff,
spent   Sunday last     with Cranhrook
friends.
linger I,uml left for Spokane 11 i
Sunday accompanied hy his grand
mother,
Mr. Archie Elwell, of Cranbi 'ok,
was in town on business last i'ues
day.
Mr. Horace   Munro had the misfnl-1
tune    to hurt   his  fool   quite badly
last  Tuesday,    while al     work.   He
was taken to Cranbrook hospital.
Not for years has there been sticli
a heavy snow fall iu this pari of ilu
country. Although there is verj
little wind and the air is nol nl ai
frosty, business is quite slow, th
depth of snow making it almost im
possible to get around.
Thc friends of    Miss Jessie McDon
gall here will be very sorry to kno-*,
thai she is  qullc ill ut the home   <
Mrs.  Donahoe.   We hope to hear     ol
her speedy recovery.
Mr. Otto Wlsner spent Monday last
with friends in Cranbrook,
The Wardner school re-opened on
Monday lasl for thc present term
under lhe management of Mr. Katou,
of Halifax, X. S.
Mr. August Kurlson returned from
Spokane on Wednesdaj last and savs
that bis brother, who is ill iu thai
City, is doing nicely.
Mr. Wm. Barclay, of the Crows
Nest office statl, has heen confined to
the house for lhe past few days with
a seven* altaek nf rheumatism,
C, W. (iriffin, of Hamiltoo, On, .
spent Saturday last with friends
here.
Policeman Adncy, accompanied Mr.
Woodford to Cranbrook hospital a
few days ago. The old gentlemen,
who lives alone on his ranch on the
opposite side nf tbe Kootenny river,
has heen seriously ill foi n few
days.
The friends of Mrs Kd, l.awler,
who has been employed ui the
Wardncr hotel fw the past few
months, gathered one evening recently lo hid her adieu, and to wish her
liml speed, before departing for her
home in Moyie During the early-
part of the evening Mrs. Lnwlei
was presented with a wash tub, rub
bing hoaid und wringer \ I though
very much taken hy surprise, tin- re
cipiciit replied in very suitable terms
The rcmalndei nl Ihe evening was
spent in dancing
A Q00D FRIEND
in liiueoi need iv a llotllo
nl Handonou'i Mountain
Dow. Mood jinlg"- tell
in. iImi ilii*- vi hftkey is
eipml lonnyihiiig known
an-1   superior   in   must.
ASK FOH
Sandmen's Mountain D:w
McDERiMOT  !
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I ROYAL BANK OF CANADA I
In..., j...11,i-*.I   I80H
HRM) OKFICE     -     MONTREAL, QUEBEC
Capital I'aid Up $6,20u,i'<ii> Kcscrve $6,«oo,«co
Tutul Assets, Over 5ijj;.uuu,Gtiu
II, s. HOLT, President K. I.. l'KASE, iiem-iul Itluiiiigei
Amounts ol Klrins, Corjiorntioti, nnd Individuals solicited.
Unt-ul inwn luisiness ruuoives evory attention".
SAVINGS DKl'AKTJIENT-Uojiosltsol »1.00 nnd ujnvnrils teteivnl
and interest nlloivi'il nl current rule.   N" lonnnlity or ilelny in
'* itllltlHM illjf,
A iM'iii.i.il Bunkinj; Businesstrnnsucled.
Cranbrook Branch: D.l). McLAWS, Manager
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" Here's the Proposition "
BE  A  WELL   MAN
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(l!y  Kre<!  Itoo )
The storm that hic.ilhcil ovei
Klko I.i i week wns ;i coiKn mill
then some
Last week Klko notes were IohI iu
last week's btl/zartl in the buRgage
cat ahead.
The Klko board of trade an- still
almve the snow hanks, hut very little
doing,
The Klko t-'i uil lands and Uoosvllle
I'onservative association will holil
iheir annual meeting next week lor
election of ollieer.s ami other Important matters dealing with the district.
The Odd Kellovvs hall Hint wns lo
have taken place January tilth ami
was postponed on account of iho
hig storm will lake place FrlihiV,
January 37th, rain or shine, bllz.anl
or ehinook. No rvpense is being
spared to make this the mosl hril-
llnnt nflair thai ever look place in
these hills. The 1'iaiihrook Hiring
hand und the llnyiies I.uke Hiring
hean bund will fiitnish llie danco
iiiusu Several vaudeville nets will
also Ih* given hetwreu the dances.
l~l'KIIMANl..\Tl.Y     Yon ih
ii.ini--ii.nn.lis.-ii-,. Iieratiiw> we a
t- » ilii mum v...ir«''-v-ifT'i'ii,,' irei
I.•"■•■*-1U'Iv r,H in.i. •■ .li*.u-e.-i.
Honest Treatment
mil   Imve  III
ate ranlical
reatiuu mnl
A Sure and Permanent Cure in
All Diseases of Men
N.tvous Wt-aknt.M, Ynrii.iiFt* Veins   U>drocclc, Hlnml
uiul Skin   [ii-.ird-.rs.   Sir-.***,   Ulcers. Kidncv, (IhiJJ.-r
an] Recti) PUtirJia-rs  *j:tJ iill Special IllniviUti
cummon In men.
lies! Anntouiicnl Museum iti tlio Nortb-wvst.
CONSULTATION  FREE
i cannot conio to Spokane Tor freo consultation
now. write for our freo booklet.
Dr.   Kelley's   Museum
2io Howard Street* Spokane, Wash.
iWK*-.
\     LUXURIANT     GROWTH    OF
HAIR.
Does   Not     Follow   Neglect     «.f the
Seal p.
Aside fmm combing it when they
think necessary many people give no
attention whatever to iheir hair.
Then when lhe hair liegins to (all
out it occurs lo them that then
trouble is the result ol personal carelessness,
An occasional application ol Newhro's Herpicide will not only prevent
loss of hair hm permits u luxuriant
growth.
Herpicide kills the BfittJi that can-;
es ilumlriill and to this germ most
hair   losses are     attributable. II
keeps Hie scalp clean and free from
'lilt, allowing lhe huir to grow un
hampered hj accumulallon oi dun*
drufl
Sewbro's Herpicide In sold lo all
ilruggisls and it-, manufacturers havo
nieli confidence m It-s genu doatroj
un, power tlmt they authorize uil
'lniKi*ists in guarantee the ono dollar
i e imt iic. in do ns claimed or
mnnc) refunded
\pp) lent Inns mav he obtained nl
goml hai hei shops
Head 10c.     in   post-ago for sample
ami hook lei    In   The    Herpicide t'o ,
llept, It., Detroit, Midi.
Health* Murphy Co . Ltd., Special
Agents.
AN I.M'l.l.l.KNT PLAN.
The .'.n.' Man gnvcrnmeni annuities
system which was approved by
tmanimntts vole nf putllnmenl in
1008, and is available lo everyone,
presents exceptional advantages lo
ihe young or middle aged who nre
able to save over a considerable period lo secure for their declining
yenrs nn income free Irom nil possible   danger of loss or diminution,
nud at the lowest possible cost If
lhe person has a lump sum saved up
which he or she eoiild apply on account of Ihe purchase, the cost tot
the romalntng years would be reduced to    a grcatei    or smaller extent,
OVCn 65 VC.1RS'
cxrLHicr-iCt
Scientific American.
HIUNII *Co.3e»~***i'>*Mo,A- York
lll*l.. h ODOQ, <..'. I-' hi , VV->•..,.Tit-I..I., |». ■',
aero rd Ing in the amount wliich ....
paid in the lump sum Pol . i
ample, a man ot thirty-flvo wishing
to purchase nu annuity of $300 nl
sixty uml having Kmn in the savin
hank which lie could ..iii**.. **n ne
(Mint ol tin- purchase in a lump mini
could then complete hli eontrnei bu
an annual paviucui nl 138.83, while
il the Viiin had not htcti paid he
Would have hnd      lo make .ih anii'i ||
pnymenl ol J7l in In the evenl -1
his death before sixty, bin heirn
would of course receive hack Uu
$500 a* well a1- the annual payment*
uiih.i per iciii compound Interest;
ami if he hecame au invalid oi ihs
allied so that he could nol earn a
livelihood, and ihe amount (hut he
hud paid in would yield him an it:
ciime of $Ml nr more, he iiiillil ilratv
his annuity al his then age though
he were under fitly-live or si\iv
This points out the advantage to a
man or woman who has bten saving
111 * for ihe years when they ure unable longer to work nt immediately
transferring any nrnniml which Ihev
can spate to their account for the
purchase nf nn annuity. The
mnotin! if left in the savings hank
nt .1 prr Cent would yield an income lnr short nf the nmounl which
mii-lit he required for their maintenance.
Information may lie hail at the
post ollice, nr of tho superintendent
uf annuities, Ottawa, of the plan vou
muy adopt tu maki this provision. Tilt   0UA.3S BROOK     IlKK AMI
iiiiiiuiiniiiiiiiiiit»»iiut^u^iiiimAAAAAiAAiAiiiiiiiiiiitiii
AAAAlitliM
DOLLARS COMING YOUR WA!
AT OUR
GREAT REMOVAL SALE
Here  Is an Opportunity for picking up DOLLARS that no man can afford to Ignore.
We started last Saturday and are still offering all   Our Men's   and   Boy's   Wearables,
Boots and Shoes, in fact everything in stock at prices cut so low that they will be
simply irresistable
It Is Not Only A Removal Sale, but Our Time for closing out Our Winter Stock and
We Offer You Dollars To Take The Goods Away
We make the offer in the way of honest discounts on new and handsome goods. If
you have an idea that Reduction Sales have to do only with "Picked Overs" and
leavings, you'll find this sale a startling exception. A look will prove US. Everything
in our store goes into this sale—-there's nothing too good and nothing reserved.
Provident People will   Pick Up Many  a  Dollar   Here  Now.
Our Prices will make it costly to neglect this Sale for  we  have  linked   quality  with
Cut  Rates.
PHONE 23
A. C. PYE
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Straight Talk In Retailers
•Itv   \    I      Watt*.. President Rails
imin lumber Po . Ltd . Watt*
bum, B.C i
Vuu Rufln undei many disabilities,
foi whlr-fa pm blame vis as manufar
linns, mnl vti\ juatl) s... tint at thr
s,inu- lino* Ihr trmi-.lv is in yoUl
".vn hands, provided you will Hunk*
Vou have lot.** oi time toi thai M
maj be .i paloful operation—bul Irj
it
Un millman lus bad to think
much thnt bis think* r is so tired oi
worn out, and bis reflective capacity
nwitin to Its environment, h>« be
come ro closely allied to bis prodtirl
tliat you ran scarcely tell thc dlftei
ence; however, It Is possible tor \oii
to evade tbat rttlamity if you wilt be
honest, or at least as honest ns you
ran afford to be This mav be atioth
tt painful operation, but yon will liml
it. pay.** U practised lone, enough
Kvcn farmers appreciate It ami they
find it ,i blessing In receiving if not
in KtviiiR, somewhat like rnilwuv ror
poratlOM who deal it. out in thr
doubled Inverse ratio
There are degree*. o| honesty and
truth Kor Instance, jmll may be
afflicted In tlmen oi depression, witb
the visits ol one to fifteen wood
drummers per day. "A" enlls on
yoU and quotes fl off list. He puss
vs    on    "B"    fall', on yoU aud vou
ii him you •;.•, buj at 19 on, and
.. thinking "\" whom he knows,
,i*. Hold to you, wins he. mill
.    selling al n ofl    What shall 1
Kepi]   "Meel competition "
\nit yon run the gamut it** whole
length until it recoils and bits you
In tins wav "in- large buyer went n
llttb loo uu The tilth drummer
wai looking .it a lot ol lumber jus'
arrived and was told F.O 11 price I
w.i. v|7 :,((i (,,]( u I,,. could go one
better a I Went J cat order would be
given Mo knew his mill's logs cosl
19; coal ot manufacture over >.**.
frclghl VI tb' knew also that his
manage) was ultimate witb the
ihlppri nl tin* alleged 117.50 lumber
Hooka wen- ottered for examination
to prove the honesty t?) oi tbe retailer; Hie invoice price proved to he
SSI BO!
i Uie millmaii In this ease was so
impressed with the brmy honesty
inseparable from the mighty vastncsi
o( ymir magnifirent prairies, where
vou enjoy the pure nnd simple Uie,
(Imi he said to me:
"WattS, It Is no use I shall he
compelled to do it. though 1 hate to
These retailers always know bow* to
lake all lhe cream—now they want
ihe skim milk and the bucket, too
Now, 1 nm going after some of Ihe
cream."
And Iii- iliil lb* opened up a line
of tetail  .unl'    and -iinhftt out     ot
uxlstcnrc man] retailers, and todaj
ovei .i vast proportion ol the besl
territory, not a single Independent
retailer is left.
othei null owm-rs aie prrpnriaj; tn
do likewise on a la rue scale This
will he neithei for the benefit oi Hi,
retailers hot the consumers, because
when n lew null mm nnd their sa
tollltfi divide up a territory, thc
public have 10 pay the pipi-i
Hut vou   retailers still   have    the
game in vom own hands ii iou   will
use a little   ordinary common sense j
You need   not eomhlne nol break the
law by boycotting. Vou iust simply
refuse lo huy from any mnntifactui j
er who runs retail yards, and tell |
him plainly why ynu do so; whether
they are under his manager's. Ins
wife's, or his cousin's name as some
arc If you do not know which mill
ing firms are doing that kind ol busi
ness, drop a line to the writer, and
lie will tell you what he knows, and
what lie tells you, you may publish,
as tt is for the protection ol legitimate trade and the public, from the
nnrrow-mindaed selfishness oi a certain "'lass of mill owners
When given as soon as the groupy
rough appeals Chamber Iain's Cough
Itemedv will ward off an attaek of
croup and prevent nil danger and
causa of anxiety Thousand**- o(
mothers use it Htiw-KvHfully Sold bv
ali druggist-* >ad dnta* IS tf
K01MI WOULD IN AIRSHIP
CAPTAIN      HAI.IiWlS      STARTS
FROM SAN 1 HAXCISCO D.N
KKCORB \'0\ Mil
At the age of sixty Captain Thorn
as S Baldwin, the oldest ncronaul
in the world, started last week from
Sun Francisco to lb hy easy *-t.i'- .
around the world In tlie btptam
nl his own Invention nnd In which he
made niimeroUN mtereasful lllghti •'
Mineoia lust tummcr, the vetei in
avlatoi expects t» I ravel approxl
matelv 110,000 mill's lieforc he finishes his wortd-gtrdilnj* air tout Hut
ing his three years' clrvull ••! the
earth he will practical!j retrace tbe
r0Ut« he  tOOk  twelitv  live  veals     Ago
when In- made a swing around tbo
niobe with the modern pnrochule he
had just invented
Captain Baldwin I* one ul the b'-st-
known aeronauts alive .\s ,i ijoy he
was a celebrated light rope walker.
He is the onlv man who ever walked
on a slack wile from Cllfl Mouse -o
Seal Koek m San Kranelseu ha)
Before, he began his career as an
ai'ronaiii lhe parnrhule bad been unsuccessful because. II had always been
huilt rigidly.    Twentj flic years ago
Captain llaldwl vented the presenl
type oi non rigid parachute, and ,vas
the flrsl man t<»   make ,< setles    of
NUOCassful lump'   mil   of a   balloon
His fame, *s the result i.f this m
vent Ion, was so groat that he wai
decorated by ncarlj every rulei snd
government In thc world tin hi*
iirst trip around the worm* with ";
parachute, he wj*. given a hue. dl •
Mond ri"B by the late King Kdward,
, chlch he still wears     \H thi sol* n
ttflc societies In the world gate   liln
■ medals
six yean ago Ik was the tirst nttiii
in America to timid a successful dii
Iglble balloon He buili the .*
winch is now owned b] tbi Catted
states governmenl t.ast H;: '• :
Captain Haldwlu, al Hammondsport
\ v . buili thc neroptane In whl< h hi
will tlv around the world lasi
luh he made a remarkable lllght al
Si Louis, flying foi thirty-two mile
ever the Mississippi nver. ovei and
under live bridges
He started Irom San Francisco
aboard a steamship (or ihe Hawaiian
Islands He will (ly over tin Island1
oi his aeroplane and then set out bv
steamer for Yokohama \\here-.,*i
tlu-re nre (treat bodies -i.f water *..
traverse the "grtmd daddy <-i aviators" will travel bi boal Hut
wherever he can tly fly safel) • ■ ■* • r
land he will travel from plan lo
place m In. aeroplane
From Yokohama lie will Hj io
Toklo, thi-n ovei ilu- Japanese *s
lands until he reaches a point where
he may tie able t<<   ttv mi"   China
From  Hon-; hunt hv  -All) th    south
through ti..- Philippine. Islands.
From 'hr Pbltipplm • hi wtll tail
back t,» the mainland ol Asia and ii»
through Saigon, Bangkok ir. Slam,
Bcnabg. Singapore, Delta, .lava .?.
tl.e Ma lav peninsula ar.d via othei
. itic. in Um Strati Settlement
Rangoon in Ilurmab, Colombo, Mad
i.i lion I*.*'. Cal '•'**■' and man]
other •*, u knon n pla • - n India
t ron India he till i* hanl, ■. p
into Persia, then nrei t,, .\:r
. * i,   Holj     I-and   sad Into
i g)pi
lii hi mat -i . h ■•■ amei ■**'■• 'i. •
v rablan Sea and Is gtn ■ "y along
i h< mainland -1 Vfi l< i *\\ \bj i *
skirling the Red -*•«. through i>
I'.gypt, passim Cairo, Snw and 'he
ureal canal, Alexandria, Tripoli ,m
thi Mediterranean, Algiers, Tunis
and cross from Tangle! ovei "V
straits ol 0 lb roi tar to Malta. Spain
ibis will probably be '!»■ flrsl time
a lliiflit ever has been made   to   the
lop n| the   fan n Rock   «.f (Tlbral-
i.'ii
The final Btagm nf thi (llghl will be
north through spun. France and also
Kngland, from which tin- aviator will
■ ail in? America In all targe
place. Captain Baldwin hopes jn
make professional eihlbltlons and
thu*. pay iuv expenses of the trip
around the world lie will carry
.ith him two extra machines, ont
estrs motor, man*, estra parti, and
Will Succeed Earl (m>
l»l KK OF   CO.HXAU8HT 1"     Ul.
S'KXI   OOVBRKOR-OK.S'KRAI.
OF f*AN VDA
*..   wbetbei oi      ■  ■
'      U iki  .!   Conaaoght will
■ si .•..*. ra >i general   ol i si •
been  ■ *    j* :••■'-   bj ths arrl i
i)ti t   * mall from England
■ aaada th**   formal not!
the king's aw Ic   bad ace, pled I
it.  duke hai also derided   n
■ imbet ■■-   appoiatments lo hi
i Hi*, nuir.nr*    sirret-jrv. It i.
, will be Major    Hear) Vet il Lowl
. ui thc Scot*   ftuards, who aerol
; led i.i   highni ss '■> South Mi li»
who was f,,r some time mititai
Itache at   Cans.   He is a ion ol   thc
. (tight Hon     John I-owthei     . pi iki
lot the     British    house       Arthur F
Sladea, pnvate secretary to hli    es
(rellen j   l-.ait     (iiej. will art in    'i,
I tame rapacft) for the duke it |
expected thai the duke will arrivi ti
'Canada In September next.
(lanong's 'i   B. choeolatei have
reputation any/where in Canada   i hi *
ran    be   procured   at   Campbell as
ilannlag't- THE   l.lt.YMUIOUK    UJOUaLU
CRANBROOK HERALD
By the Herald   Publishing Company,
F. J. Deane, 'Managing Editor,
CLUNBIOOK, B. C, January I-*. 1911
EDITORIAL NOTtS
Mayor Hunt is to be congratulated
upon tin* businesslike start the new
council has made. His outlining of
a policy for the ensuing year is an
admirable Idcn and wc think mosl
ratepayers will endorse the recom
mondatlons the mayor has seen lit
to make to his council It certainly
will bo noted with satisfaction thai
the sewerage system occupies a con
spiciious place in Uio mayor's pro
gramme Another proposal that
will meet with hearty approval is
the mayor's suggestion that greater
care be given tn thc treatment
of juvenile offenders, the establish
ment oi a Invenllo court will be a
move in   the light direction
The provincial legislature is nl work
again.   There is    nothing   verj mo
inent mis in the speech I rom I III*
throne In tact Die only item ol
mom than ordinary Interest is the
announcement thai a new department
ol  railways  is    tu  be created       Tills
will afford an opening foi om own
Thus Caven tn step into ihe lime
light and assume the responsibilities
of oihce. Another measure is prom
iscd which should prove beneficial,
l.c , a bill tor the Inspection ol log
gmg camps and railway eons true I Ion
camps Finance Minister Kllison
was in the liappj situation of pie
scniiiig the public accounts foi the
past year, showing a surplus nf two
and a quarter millions Price Kill
uon's first budget ought imt to occn
alon him much worry Signs all
point to a very short session There
is very little on tbe government bill
of fare tn occupy much tjrne and tu.
the middle of February the members
Should he back at the plough or the
bench once again.
In
limn  in  C,u
was regarded
first    Ilu    W
1830, become u Inwyei in IMlii an
was counsel for lhe defense In llic
famous liiilulpli muruVi trial Hj
was made n judge in 1887 anil incut
ed over ilu- lliii'h.i.l murdei trial at
Woodstock ill  18811 lb' was ll Ro
man Catholic    ami an active Liberal
belore his elevation to lhe bench
tin- j    I'API'.  TO   CAIRO   BY   MOTOR,
nud | NKW  \ KAR   CONTKST I.KTWKKN
Commissi
succeeds Ci
bead nl till
a.la,    lias 1
iim t     Mav ill  M    Rees,   who
ititiiissionei Cooinhes, a*.
Snlvatloii \nny In Can
reived In Toronto from
Kngland lie was uccompunh il bj
Col. Mapp, of Toronto, and was ne
corded a welcome by Salvation
Armj ollieers itiiiii all purls i'i To
rniiiii anil the immediate viciuitj
Commissioner Hee?*, wlm lias been
associated with lhe Salvnllou \rmj
fm the last tliuii years, has served
in South Africa ami Sweden, and mi
Ul recently wns in charge of nil Ibe
training Institutions ol lhe trmj In
Kngland He visited r.in.uta Iwenlj
years ago,
M-.ATH OF   ll HOC. MacM \IH>\
\SSOCI \TKI1 BOARB!
Thu 13th Kinvritiioii td the \ssot*i
ai-h Boards ul Trails of Kaalern
Hritish Columbia met al Creslnti
vcsteidav Resolutions were adopt
ed demanding lhe cancellation ui ihe
Kaslo and Slocan Oleal S'orlhein
rallwaj rhniler; asking llie provin
• ial govi'iiiiiu-iit I,. nii|iiiie into c\
'iibitaiit prices j.i j mil ami ilevisi
a teiiii'ilv, asking thai in case ol re
eiproclty with the ' nited Stales,
free InterehangL- of /Im • •<■ ami . im
in all forms be -..-i in nl. uilvjsiiig the
provincial .I'.oveiniiHiit In lake nvrr
nil lelephoites und provide long dis
lame eoniicetfoii; asking lhe provin
einl governnienl !<• survej a road
from Balfour to Wiudi rnieie via
Orey Pass nnd to take up Ilu i|iies
lion rn Knglish educallon for Bi uk
hohoi '-hiblK-n and also In provide
foi the   .an- oi    feeble minded child
Mil
Fred    A   Starke, ul     Nelson, was
HRITISH OFKICKRS \Nit
C1KRMANK.
One ui lhu most interesting races
Im motor whieli bus ever been ur
ranged will begin al Capetown nl nn
earl) dale, ami. wilh good luck, will
end ai Cairo.
i )u .January 2'ilb a pai ly ol Kng
lisgineii leave London for Capetown,
whence Ihev will try to drive an all
British motoi cat from one end ol
Africa lo iln- olln'i \ forlnlghl
.iit-i  iln'it stall    from Capetown    n
Cciitian    party    will      folll w  liv        a
slightly dilTerenl route li will he
an Inlernntlonnl eonlesl of skill and
emlurnncc
The Brlllsh parlj uoiislsts ol live
mni '.iiiilit cuinimitiil of Captain Rude
Rent ley, who has nlrcndy driven a
cm through Somolllaml and Abyasin
in The i.ilieis ate Captain Ivelsey,
\ii lean big game liunlet. Mi .lohn
Henderson, a London journalist es
iieiienecd m (VntraJ tfrienn travel; a
professional photaOgraplier, and a um
| 'ui   mechanician.
I Tin' ttiiii-b pari) ivill make ibeii
' w*aj through lhe Transvaal, British
j Central \frlca, lake Tanganyika,
and British Kast Vfrlcn lu Fashndn
j .md Kliiirtuin Relays id petrol ami
lotbei supplies are now heing dlfilri
hilled along Hn- proposed track. The
' expedition is assiuril of the cordial
iiplTnlio*i nt lhe Culnnlul ofllce
I   ih,  Brjtisl)   s.-iiiii   ,\Wen eom
CHURCH  COLUMN
CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Sundays—Low mass at 8.30 a.m.;
high mass, 10.30 a.m.; Sundoy s-bhool
[rum 2 to 3 p.m.; Rosary and Benediction at 7.30 p.m.
Mondays and holy days of obligation—Mass at 8 a.m.
Week days—Mass at & a.m. at the
hospital.
Kather Plamondon,
Parish Prisitt.
CHRIST CHURCH,
The mutual parish meeting of the
above church was held on Tuesday
evening ibe 17th inst
Tin- following ollieers vvero elected!
Cburcb   wardens—.1   !■'  Armstrong,
C    A.   Cock
Sidesmen—(I H Thompson, P Be
Veto Hunt, R T lliyinuei, M A
Beale, IH Miles, IH. Oicen, .1, VV.
Kdiiiimds, R T W. Flewelllng, A* C.
Rye, sr
Lay delegate lo the Synod—C. A.
Copk
Substitute lo, the Synod—P. Bo*
Vere Hunt.
The financial report, which sliews
a balance ou thu right side ul the
I cil gel", \yns c.iiisiilcrei| satisfactory.
The
Mien
im.in-
Hie
will  be Mihsllll'l-il hv
lo ihe exletil oi
.sou miles from the
Cape to Cnlrn will, it Is hoped, be
nniipb ted In alum; 120 davs In the
iinirneked wastes ol Central  \frlea a
[)lO Ui| '     I"!   Hi-1  cat   will    have  to be
mail.* In .lining rough roads
through high Hiom fuugtes Progress in these places will not, in the
best eondilions, exceed iwo mili'a a
i In j lu othei districts a wav must
he found across \uoxp   .sand In-lds ami
lushing rivers
Willi goud fui turn- ihe ears should
reach Cairo In  about mid summer
re-elected president, 11   CHegcrcb,   uf ■ , 	
Kaslo, .J, vice pics.iieni, and   \   R |    HTRAYRD BULL   CALF     Owm
Mncken/ie, ol Rossland, m-rWar)    \   »' same apply    In   McBonnld   Ri
bnnquet    in the Creston hotel wound   ranch.
Toronto, .Ian   18.—Hon, Hugh Mae    up iln  dav       Delegates were presenl '
Mahnu, of tbe high court ol Ontario,  11 .,m N'ejsun, Trail, Rossland, Knslu,
dud at two o'clock   yesterday morn   Creston,    Merrill, Kort Steele    and
ing,     after a   month's illness willed   Movie
KXOX Clll RC1I CONORKCATION
AL MKKTIMi
The regular nimual congregational
meeting of Knox churcli vvas held in
iln- school room on Tuesday evening.
.1 K. Smilli was elected to the chair
and        R S tlairett, ap
pointed congregational scere-
1 ai v, (ui the year. Reports
were heard from the following departments: Mrs. K c MeKinstry re-
poilejl for lhu Ladies' Aid. The total nmounl raise*! vyns $438. A large
increase over lllOU, S,lfi0 had bpen
given for the mortgage. Mrs IV. H.
Ro*>Ql|     reported   for   the Women's
Korclgn   Missluiiaiy      Society The
lotal amounl raised by Ihis small
Imi vigorous society was $113, prac-
lieally all of which goes to foreign
missions Tlie Sunday school vvas
lepMited bv Supi Garrett and Secretary C McCuvvaii, and showed a
guud increase in atiemlancc and giv-
"■ .no:s A v.iie of thanks was tendered
lli | the faithful teachers and officers, and
nnd   tbe session also gqyej good . reports.
K. Pnkrson gave' tbVfrcasiirert's'
report showing $3344 receipts for thu
year ns general revenue, nn increase
of $330 over last year. Thu totnl
revenue frum all departments
amounted to $4100, nn Increase of
$240 over last year.
Tho most pleasing feature wus thc
largu reduction in the mortgage*, being reduced from $2600 to $180*0
within tho year. Thu amount contributed to missions during thu year
was also gratifying, tho total being
$440.
Rev. C. O. Main repotted Tor flic
evangelistic campaign and showed
that after all local expenses were
met a balance of $100 was remitted
to the committed on evangelism. The
total amount received was $2l)it
Mr. Main reported that the eon
gregalion liail Buffered heavily hy ro
inovals, a!1., families having left within thc yeai. Fifteen new families
were added, leaving a net loss of
fourteen families, Die total bcitig
now one hundred nud eight Thirty-
six members were removed from llie
communion roll uml twenty nine atl
dud, a net loss of seven, leaving the
number un tlie mil now ut one
hundred aud thirty-three. Mr
Main ofllctntetl at thirty-two hap
tlspis.
Tin* pastor pointed out lhat llic
first break in the membership roll by
death during his (our year's pastorate Was by tde lamented death ol
Mary Katherine McCallum ou October 2I.U), ll>10;
The following were elected as managers fm the coming yeai: \V, K
Worden. M.-A. Macdotinld, J O. McCallum, K I Paterson (treasurer)
U. Wilson (envelope secretary) W. 11.
Laidlaw and Simon Taylor.
The following were chosen as ushers: K. L. Brown, A. Mcfallnm, 11
Campbell, W. .1. Manlcy, R Koti-
mcler, C *McCownn, Mr *I)ifnstor.
nnd C. Laurie
After refreshments were served
what had been a hearty, Interesting
meeting, capiu Ip an cud.
; the    parents
^^^^^^^^^^^    urged to   give
WANTKI..-A   competent maid   nl j .'..,„... assistance lo their children   in
.me, good   wages       Applv  Mrs   K    preparing their   lessons     The Young
i   Bonne,   trmstrong Ave 1(1 tl   People1
Ouilil. ihe Knox Girls club
FANCY DRESS CARNIVAL
AT
ARENA RINK
MONDAY, JAN.
Skating Starts 8 p.m.
23 rd
Prize will be given for:
Best Gentleman's Costume
Best Lady's Costume
Best Boy's Costume
Best Girl's Costume
Best Comic Costume
Band In Attendance
ADMISSION:
Skaters In Costume 25c.
Spectators 50c. which allows Skating after 9.30.
BAPTIST ClIinOH
There will be a special soldiers'
song service ivitl) battle $oi)gs, from
the new 1200 .-hymn book n( 7.40
p.m. Morning subject: "Moses, a
Type oi Christ " Bible school, .(
p.m. Classes for everybodj. Special
i tut ion io young people hum the
Philetlieii and piuVn classes
Young People's meeting Monday, s
p.m.
Mid-week meeting Wednesdaj, 8
p m
A cordial Christian welcome to all.
We regret, exceedingly, having to
postpone the  Tuesday evening social
ml meeting with (.Ieneral S.cu'tarv
Harkness, as announced A telegram the previous evening, caljlng
Iniu to Nt-.y Westminster, where his
uncle had died .aim-*-*, neppssUatcd
his change of plans, We .shall hold
him up in our Sympathy and prayer
n tbis sorrowful time.    He hopes to
isit t'ranbrook about the middle of
February.
METHODIST CI1UUCII
January -.2nd
Services at' 11 and 7.30
Sunday school at 9.
Special sonj; service on Sundav
evening. Solos ami extra numbers
by thc choir All who go to no other church, and would like to enjoy a
service consisting largely of sacred
music, arc cordially invited to nt-
tend. Service commences at 7..'10.
Ladies are asked to remove Iheir
hats at the commencement of this
service.
Tuesday —J-.pworth League at 8
The citizenship department will havo
charge. Subject: "The ttutb-s ol a
Canadian Citizen."
Thursday—Devotional service and
social hour
Note the difference in these
two loaves of bread!
No. 1  wm nwde from SEAL OF ALBERT A
the Faultiest Flour   Ihe flour   that  make, perfect bread.
There is a reason why it is better.
You have seen a boy chew wheat to make
"gum" out of it. That "num" aa he ..til- il,
il the gluten of the wheal. On the quality «.t
the gluten the bread depends. That "quality"
in the gluten is determined by soil and moisture
and locality and other things. And wc select
the best wheat from the best locality clean it
perfectly wash it mill it in a mill that is perfection itself then age it until it is just right, in
order to give you in perfect condition SEAL OF
ALBERTA, the Faultless Flour.
Ask your grocer about it.
Read next week', announcement.
THE SNOW
IT 'SNEW
AND-THEN
IT KEPT ON
'SNEWINC
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
..Ian 22nd,T91l.
Suiulay mm-nini* Bervlct ill It
o'clock. Subject: "Studies ill tlie
Beatitudes—the First Two."
Evening service nt 7.30 o'clock
Subject: "Healthy Religion."
Sunday School and Hible classes at
3 p.m.
Young People's (luild Tuesday     at
8 p.m
Cholt practice <>n Friday at h i> m
SALVATION ARM*i
Special meetings Thursday, Salut
day and Sunday. January 10th, -1st
and 2211(1.
Thursday's speaker*-Capl, Tayloi
Saturday's speaker — Lieutenant
Stride.
Sunday morning, n o'clock—
Speaker, Mis. Capt, Taylor
Sunday afternoon, 1 p.m — Lleutcn
ant Stride.
8 p.m. Suiulay, stereojitii'iiu set
vice—"The Llie nl Christ."
The finest set ol slides ever shown
in t'ranbrook.    All are Invited
Men's $2.25 shirts, $1.»0..-C. r. S.
WANTED -A competent mui.t or
housekeeper; good . wages Appl;
to Mrs. F. .1. Deane, Armstrong
avenue. 12-tl
Medicines that aid nature nrr nl
ways most eRectunl. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It
allays the cough, relieves the lungs,
opens the secretions nnd aids nature
In restoring the system to a healthy
condition, Thousand', have testltled
to its  superior  excellence,   Sold hy
ull druggists and dealers
lot!
Have you a Shovel
to clean off lhat piece
of sidewalk jn front of
your place of business
or your residence?
If not. we can supply
you wilh
STRONG
SNOW
SHOVELS
AT PRICES
RANGING FROM
40 CTS. TO $1.00
McCallum&Co.
The Hardware Men
REWARD
Alioitl S o'clock on Tuesday evening; January 3rd, n thief, or tliotvcfi.
wenl through tlir pnrkets uf thi*
proprietor nl tli<> Saratoga restaurant, who wns nslecp In a chair in
tlir iiiiniiu room, stealing therefrom
$27 in cash, n gold wntcli nnd a
nlcklo mounted -'.h caliber revolver,
Tho watch bore the Inscription nl |*.
IV, l.llis nnd Co., Tnrontu, nnd was
numbered cither 08615 or D5082. Tho
proprietor of the Saratoga rcBtaur-
-.iiit hereby olTcrs a substantial enih
reward Im tlu. recovery ot the
stolen goods, or (nr such Information
us will lead tn lhe arrest nf the
thief nr thieve*. 17 It
r-l® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® © ® ® ®
! ®
! TYSON BROS. •
: MEAT  MARKET ®
— tii
"- (6
• Denlers In *D
6 l''ii*sh .-iiui C'lirul (■[)
19 .Mints. ®
•   ®
**"
Poultry,  li.'iini'   nml I'itli    ^'
iii Bcasou, ®
(•     oivk us i ritiAi, ;,*,
; TYSON BROS. ?
_
®      The Old P. Wood's %
f           Business. *$
• «
®S®® .*...... ®(J ®g.. -
SOFT DRINKS DRAW US
TO VOU
if you   tipiircciijlo n |>nr.'
s|iiirklinj.' l"*\i*rnp.. 'riirrr
is nol iintitlii'i' lirniul nn ivi'll
known iih
OUR DRINKS
Vow may ortlot nnj llnvnr
yuu Hko, 0110 is »i|iiuilv ,-i**
u<«nl as niinthi-r ll yuti
hnvo never Inslwl Our
Drinks, you am etiroly
losiiiM;| trent.  I Inli-r la tiny
East Kootenay Bottling
Company
The Central  Meat
Market
'lur   Specially   Is
Fresh Killed Meals
Wo nlsn kcoi) ii nlca  lino "f
'iiiil.i'iiM liml Turkeys   grown
mi J nu Own EJflNU,
W'r Giinrontce Uur
Snusajjis
'I'll    In*    lllllll.*     nf    lilisnlllti'lv
KIIIOSH MEATS.
Wc Solicit Vour Trail*.-.
CENTRAL  MEAT MARKET
A. Jollffe. Proprietor. villi < u.\ n iihook   in*:i!.\i.i)
Office  Supplies
III.ANK  Bin IKS
Uil,I, HOOK'S
BINDING casks
WIIIK I1KSK I'.ANKKTS
I.OOSR LEAF lit IIIKS
TYI'KWKITKI.  I'APIOK
ACCOUNT Hot IKS
FILING CASKS
SHANNON FILES
INKSTANDS
CAUBON PAPEIl
I.KTTKII  HOOKS
INK
Wu curry 11 coinplulo Block or llm following in nil sizes
STAFFOUD'S,   STRI'IIRN'S mnl WATKHMAN's.
Wan  STAFFOUD'S  I'ustii  nnd   Mucilnjio
SEE OUR LINK OF OFFICE OlARIliS KOR 1911.
Beattie-Murphy Co., Ltd.
Tlie Prescription Druggists
Cranhrook,
British Columbia
• anl, Wasll
Ml
tlcironl is nn
t m
BLIND
nu
Your Eyes
If you nro not nlilu |j> sj.-
ns clunrly as you oneo did, or
if youroyt's trouliloyoii wlion
using lliem, you onixlil to
have tlii'iu exnminerl nnd
properly fitted  witli  glnssi s.
I will tit your eyes with
kIhs-ii's thai will nri>r-cotiie
weak nr defective eyesitrht.
and perlinpscheck on*eominy
blindness.
C\.C"T.-   J.*, )
LOCALS
Wool bos 25c.—('  C*. S.
Tin- day on whieli tlie wlfi  bi or
a"regular ad-render wns thr day    ul
even bettei fortune than the oi n
which   the    husband   had   n salnn
raise!
I.itlle .mil     Atcliisi ii bavi
tin.ire     cookinj!    ami   eatliii; ap|ili ■
I'm  them,
I: ".o sweat 11         I
Judge Ityan    lias rent
.-ommotlimu,   olliee   ha ■■■
pros   jewcln    I
having   lin nd sou 1 rl\
w ni move In short 1;
Men's J2 23 -shirt,, $1.50    j    j
ll, piei ■  ilii iii*i
nuw    Mid '
■
(in. k,t
Mt-nN f
Till'       ! ngti ■ ■
ilnnev is 1
nl next month
i .,■  In ■
nml then ftlll li
.ill lortiu nti
Men's *
■      * |»1
In- h.
nhliii
Men'
. nn buyers ol "lliinga    for
"—linens,    furniture, china,
mi hrle-n-hrnc
2.25 shirts, $1.50.—C C. S
t'onl henters at a snap, l«. elenr
If imi need a heater now, or lor next
season, ii will pny you to secure one
now, as wc tin not wish tn earn
■a v nf these over—Patmorc Bros
Men's $2.25 shirts, $1.50.-0. C. S,
The Kink Mercantile company's
stun- will lit- closed fur the day ait-
re '.i p.m. Tuesday, January 31st, in
permit ol completing stock taking,
t'uslomers arc requested to keep this
in mind and send in Iheir orders early on that day.
Men's $2.25 shirts, Sl.50.-C, C. s.
Messrs. Ward ami Harris are now
busily engaged in fitting up their I perpetuated the
new grocery store, un Norbury |80mo fi"'**'1'1 show "' i,u
avenue, opposite lhe site of the
new city building. Messrs. Ward
and Harris are well known
business nun. Mr. A. Ward was
formerly with .1. Manning, aud Mr.
\V M Harris was fur several yenrs
niili Hill and ('n. Their stuck has
not all arrived vet, but they will    be
ready for business in the course of n
few thus.
Men's $2 25 shirts, Sl.50.-C. l\ S
*■". piece dinner sets, regular $20.00,
now    $12 00.      Don't overlook these
Ii means money in your
in ki ■ —I 'ampbell nnd Manning
Wool sux 25c—C. C. S.
Whal     everyone   has hern   looking
; to is booked to take    place
nexl    Monday    evening,   thc    fam j
arniva)  at   the    Arena rink
|*i: will he   given    fur m best
.;: '-   ei slmne; (2) best lady's
, tn st boj'- ' ostume; (11
costume;   (5) best comii
The band will he in     at
oing to be one ot
.  thi   ■*' inti:  sea
will be a big attend
S   ,. .. t'   r   -^
fucumhets     at     Little am.   Vtchi
perienced show man and will residi
here permanently. As his last im
pin innt booking Mr. Fraser is pui
ting on "A Stubborn Cinderella," an
excellent musical comedy, whieli haa
been playing to   big   houses through
out n ; i .mt tour,   There are sixty
people in thu company and the chor-
lUst's are the pick of girlish loveliness, a bumper house should greet
ihis production on Tuesdav, .Innuarv
31st
Leather lined   milts 5Ue —U   ('   s
07 piece dinnei set , ri Kuini (20 00,
now $12 00. Don'l o • rlook these
bargains, It im nn \ muney in your
poeki i — Campbell nnd Manninp
Leather lined   mitts Me ■-■<'   i    s.
Kurt Steele was well lepresenled in
town yesterday Moi i ol ihe lending citizens i.i that bu j burn being
in town, nomiunlly on bus ine ., but
they .Ul round theii na; down to Llie
tmk where tbe curling imnspli 1 won
in progre i llarr; Mathei was
boasting lhat he had a Kort Steele
link that would plaj Iht i hamplons
among Un* \ islting curlers und do
them up bo easily ihej would nol
know what had sumk (hem
Leatbei lined   mitts 50c -(.'   i    S,
Now is youi chance i«■ secure u
high-class coal heatei Wc nre offer
Ing balance at a hit; reduction to
clear.—Patmorc Bros
Leather lined   mitts 50c -r   V   s.
Someone of today's ails, touches
your Sl'.LK INTKKKST, sn niiinis-
lakably Ihal it comes (o huve ESPECIAL VALUE for vuu!
Sweet Potatoes at Little und \i
ihisun's.
Thc band dance ai ihr Auditorium
i,n Mondaj evening proved very en
lovable, hut unfortunately was nut
very largely attended anil did not
prove a financial success. The bands
men are entitled to mure encourage
ment than has been shown them su
far this season. It costs money
to conduct a band like everything
else and ii this institution is to be
will have to be
t in its
welfare.
H7 piece dinner sets, regular $20.00,
ling now   $12.00        Don't overlook these
bargains.      it means money in your
pocket.—Campbell and Manning
Mo you know that fully nine out of
every ten cases of rheumatism arc
simply    rheumatism of   lhe muscles
FR EJ
FOR THE ASKING
• ••••••••••••0 ® 4 t» *M ■ 0 t O o <-»•-»•• • • I
• • • • • <
iim- lo cold or damp, or chronic
rheumatism, and require no internal
treatment whatever? Apply Chamberlain's Liniment freely and see bow
quickly it gives relief For sale In
all  druggists and  dealer-- U
07 piece dinner sets, regulai $20 00,
now $12 00 Don't overlook Ibese
bargains It means monej in youi
pocket —Campbell and Manning
Thc Kev. It. Hughes has applied foi
Iwo thousand dollars worth ol ai
commodation on the new Cuuard lit.
ei "Tbe Franconia," sailing from
Hoston to Liverpool on May 30th
next, toi his Kuropean toui part;
. lai .:■ numbei will go from the
Okanagan district and Vnnrouvet,
and several Irom this lucalit;
Clrape   fruit  al     Little nnd  Vti Iii
wm*c    SMCES
THAT   YOUC/\    r   GET AV/AY
STAY VVJT/I
Vo u
X
•
OUR PRICKS ON WIRE FENCING WILL   -CATCH" YOV.
WE CARRY THE KIND THAT WILL NOT CRIPPLE
YOUR  STOCK.
OVR STOCK OF HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS IS HARD
TO CRIPPLE, BECAUSE WE CARRY A IHO STOCK. YOV
CAN FIND WHAT  YOV WANT IN OVR STORE.
WE HVY IN BIO QTANTITIE5 AND GET LITTLE
PRICES. WF. GIVE THE LOWEST PRICE WHETHER
YOV  ASK FOR IT   OR   NOT.
J. D. McBRIDE
IIAHIIWAKI-..   CKANIIKOOK. B.C
ei sets, regulai *•-■■ On,
iov,    $12 00       l>on't overtook thesi
i      .-'..' i*   V ■■.*■ -   ■     : .-.    ill   VOID
that "pock ket—Campbell and Mani
'    I ,:':'        :' Vfti;   .lnnunr;     2Sth   the K T 1  *
SAVKI)   bj careful HI \    ■ ;i!   am*   !h(1    c'ranbrouk    Electrii
lents   usuallj  "happen"  i *..>,. ,,,-,l|u,lV   \Wn occupy separnti
to liavi  pocket e  building    to the rcai
il -.W—C. C. S the K.T.L. buildit       is been    re
j;    \   Krasei's     lease nf lhe Opera I and I ttoil up fot the use   ni
-   on Mondaj. I L'ctric   l.lgl        * mpanj      Im
■.. H be succeeded have also been mad«     lo
bi   Mrs.  i. Wi       lie K.T.I    oft 11 s, makinjz them more
H    Kni '■■ rn   ol lltli    privati     iml      leter, much to       Ihi
1 .■i.i...-tn.*Ti.-.  ..I   users ot the long dis
lani ■  phones
•■; piece dinnei sets, regulai tin on
mitt    $12 no       llon'l overlook thesi
irgnln:        it means money in ynu
pocket — Campbell and Manning
Owing to tlte big drop in prices of
 li  nf    the C   C, s    ihal
ium is doing ,i rushing trade We
1 .i • ■ HI iwo months of winter
wi athei ahead, aud tbe people un
iloubtedlj will continue In take
. tti i nl the HALF PRICK
SA1 1. on .i greal mam staple ai
tn l*>s of   fflater   "car that 'bis firm
]■-   anXloUS   lO   dispose   of
0i piece dinnei sets, regulai I2fl ""
nott (12 00 DonM overlook these
bargains Ii means monej in youi
poi k. t    Campbell ami Manning,
A iiiihi wedding wn« solemnt/ed
nt ti,.* si I'Jugonc hospital church
<.ii Tuesdaj morning at six a m .
when lli-s \nnic Ouelletlc and Ml
litniamin Qoddard were united in
Um* huh bonds oi matrimony, llei
Father Poliuondon officiating Mrs
Hairy Hoblehnud and Mr Chnrlcs
I'otvln were the witnesses. Tho
happy young couple left on the local
ibe same morning for Calgary, Alia .
where tbcj will spend iheir honey
moon i'n their return lo Cranbrook
Mr and Mis (ioihlard will take Up
Iheir resident n Armstrong avenue,
Ktvect cider nt Campbell and Man
nlng's
: Secretary Ted slates that it is
proposed to hold a convention ol
western V.M.C.A. secretaries In eon
Lection with the formal opening ol
| iln- Cranbrook V M.C.A. Secrctnr
Ies Irom nil V.M C.A.,-8 between Win
tilling and the const will ho pre
'sent,
j California celery, hot house lei
ime and Hubbard squash —Campbell
nnd Manning
i hio ni our In iiBlm*
twi Cut nl. tfiies    '•-> | ivliicli
Will   L-tiv   till'    lltllll -' J* i'CHI    ■
unci will slifv in-iu\
Of   till'   Jf'WCfllT'H F   till
higlii Rt    rlt'siyn.    i|ii ij   nml
good   vnlm.1   ''Jiii   Ij> ihi n ■!
ri-jin ul your rloor
IT WILL PAY VOU
T.j tii! iij.1 tl i  I im ■ ml
it   iiloiifj    uml
plotiBuri'  in fm     ' ■ im  •■
S'tum
liitfmut
RAWORTH BROS.
JEWEILRKS, CRANBROOK
i!
LOIICP. CIRCLES
\i Hi. H'Riiliii mi, Iln . ..I i'i.hi
rook l'ii*.i*|ih.ii, I. ni t . ilii*
i*i*k tliccc Iirptlin-ii fnuu Kunili* mill
ti*- fiiiln Mii'lii-I ivi'ii- uivi*ii ilu* IE,* I
ross ilrilM*.*
Tin* ii'nul.u  iit'i-kly  lii,.-. nf Hi,
illl    I'Vlln*.*:;   I...!*.*   »*|1S   ll*>-I<|  mm  MOU
ny night Insl.     ThtTv ivim n fulrh
good uiiiiiiliiii,,, Iml .<*. i i ..I iln*
niriiiliiTi, were iiiKini; |i.,ii in ilu
Il0lls|lll*l Ilii* M-.*.ii.ii wus .mil .i liml
mc mill in. l.n*in,. ol |iitIii| im
|>niInure ivns li.in..1. hil im Mi,lulu,*
ilglil iii-M. S'liil in-' . Hi. Moyie
irotliiTs «ill In* ben- In rn-niplll)
In* lllillliiri iI.'uiit .mil .i nl! .nn ml
in,,* ol iill Ollll 1-VlleiM i . ri*l|lli'Bl|.|l
/isiting liri'llnrii an* rsjii'i'lally Ion
liliil n    ri'lilinl  ill* Itnlimi   In In* |ni<
I'll,* (inillll     llili'lliiillnli.il   \n\ili.i:;.
ilii    in Hi.* llrotliiTl I in I.i.ii.iiiil
ill* Kni-ilii*.*!-;   lit'lil ii  i.ni-v.ill si., ial
In* uthrr  ilav In lionni ul Mm. Ails
in l'Ii*iniiii*i, wiiii i. Itiiying i"i Cil
garj in ii*si,li* [lu ii* was 11 largi"
.'iltfiiilainr   (if    in,mii. i. uml a pli-u-
anl   Innii'    mi* sjii-nl in |irngri ■ .1' i
hist    Tin* |n i ■ *'!.* Mi *
ll   M.ili l.lii.  i   Mi   C'lias   Harris
,1 Iln* ...ii.l.i-i..i. ..| tin. uliisi run
pi'lition Illli-I.IIl. nt . *.\,*ii* s,*rv,*i| ali-l
ilanring ivu.s itiduliicil in fnr n slum
linn*.
im.\tin (if   si-iioi.i. I'm sn:i:s
Tin* Insl iiU'cllin* nl Hi,, n.-ttly
*lr,*li*ii board nl wlmnl IrtiKU*, - lyas
held nn Tui'sdai pyi'iiin . Ilit-r,. inn :
a mil nttrndnn
W    I*'   r.ni.1 wai  I'liTtcd .-li..11mini
.lalnti.l   .lllllll.*, I.niiiiit.  wllnsi"      i \
■lli-tit   work .i       iiiiitni  ii.i   ..un. i
foi him   tin*   iiiglu-sl  imrndation.
id tin? riilii. u-nrliiiii; -Iiu':, wns np-
(ii.nihil '. iiiiiiii **:!i* * . In addition I i
liis i.tlii'i ilmi.*.. lid Hilary hi-lnt* ti*.
.1 ai InO |iei month
t'l-iniiiiiii*. - ivi-n npiininli'd .is i-*!
lows:
Kiniini'.'-K   Klwril, «    Uiul.*.
Teailiers—K II Mil'lu'o, K KI*
well
Cnllllll.;, In *|.*s -II MoKliMllll.      H
White.
I'll,Illl **    M.I II  .nl*     *' I'I.    till*   *-'l
uiirs fnr   iln* ensninji yeai
The ii.a' iim ' n .       *II In held   tn
lorrov,* (Fciil.it   evening
nn    Willi*. -I.i*. ■     tmstei'K visited
llic pulili.* school hiilltling and   found
i*\.*itttinu workinj fn toril;
I1IA KM I    BOOM
IIUI ri.SII    BXI 111 t)l Kll   ItK.ltilt'-
KS  IX   \  1 I  111  "I   Iiui I'I X
I'liiisi'i un \
Mi   I.I.ti.l   I.*** el has i
.-.-.l.-.l ,-t,ii its ant
s Illl      11.  'i   ' .   .:
and in vii■» ol tl I pro' * menl In
trade the ehaiv ■ red „i   .,
irjilns.
Tin- pseheijiii i n ■ Ipls Im Uie
urloil Irom ,piil ' I * lleeemhi i 31,
inihlisliiil in Hi. London Un cite,
shnw thai with three in..nth* ol lhe
liiinininl year -;i*l lo run, tin* budget   has    already   I mlit in a sum
which not .'nl'.  wipes out Insi yenr's
in Ilcctcd     ai     ol E i". ,000,
Imt leaves Hu* chami-llni with Ut.
151,035 in hand
I |i ti, neecmhel   2.1    Inst   tin]      Iln*
total |.\rlii'i|iii' receipts nmniinted to
G83,S3'l,5*IT. The total receipts this
vear up to December 21 aiiiniiiii.il lo
£130,011,032.     Tins i*  nn nn n*.i I
!M3,160,085 ovei tin* corresponding
period nf last year,
Sum,* nf tin* tii'.m.s are very sink
Ing, Mi Lloyd llenrgc in .Inly c
timnted    that   exi I •  would i Itici
i'.lI.llllll.llllli in  t*.t,*l\.   tlinnllis.  il  lins.
in fact, | Im "I  t 10,030,000 In iiiih*
montlis Ile estimated stumps In
produce, Cfl,(i00,000 In twelve months,
Ihey hnve    prodiired C7.000,      lu
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FUF LINED COAT
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Cranbrook's   )ry   Goods and Clothing   Ste:    .
Ililir     He      i-sl|lii;iti'.l   ilu    il   ■
property   taxes at      l li  ..in 11
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nine    months iI*,'l'.-."<■■■
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£2ttlin,niKl   nut fil  t	
old lam! tax .mil   house
nlreaih   L'2.3<«,  '    ' •- ■
sliiiiiitcil, heKides  Hinn 1111(1 ■
land iiiiui* ilu tics
■U Uni rale Mr   l.loyd •
h.iii- .i  ili'h slirjlllis foi   the  ■
icial reform    The rea   I
extra   millions   ivere    glvi n
prophet leal I \ in the eham ell
gel speech, when hp said
•Tin- ri..p. »|i]- year an*
In' .ihurnlant
There hus lieen nn ir
lion  nf   Kohl    li    has hm-n
tliiiii iln- previous
be Rtealer --till
The   ■ oininereial uoilil is ii
heart
There     is   more enti i;m • ■ I *■   *
thing   make*     tin     prospi ■ i
brighter,
U*e -.hall havi .j rrati i
trade tins year; and nexl
!,.     great eei     thai    Im
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Stop Press Dispatch
J  i,   Hockej Mai*.h
ihi      e iii: resulted 7 la 1 in
brook,
Wallcj wins Orand Challenge
fourth )*fr in succession.
Kcsull lasl ni^hi :
Walle* :.'
ttilson II
Citv of Cranl i   I
ivOYAL  BANK 0I: CAN.-U.; :
tlf.AU OFFICE      -     AlONTRnAI . ',( i 1 I . J
il a I'nlU Up $6,3oo,oao ken-rvi    ... •   to       t
Total Asaet**, Over $95.0 *
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Plumbing Supplies I  #
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supplies over   brought *
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Our   Aim   Is   in   (iivc   linr   »
Cusioincrs Satisfaction       »
A QOOO FRII   1;
Sandcrsen's Mounts
A. L. VlcDERMOT
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is whnt is .leur to in \
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IMi*iity it found    Tii it is 1
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1 '..i.liiii','."' is mentioned  lliink
1 -.     . us Jos. Urnttll I
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patmore Bros. \ Canadian Hole! TIIK   lltANHKOOK    IIMIiAU)
B.C. CURLING ASSOCIATION'S BONSPEIL
Standing of Competitors in Various Contests
So   Par   Disposed Of.
ml Iipfii lun seven* j    V   Uiilraeiit, M   \   ll.--.il.-. .1   Unas,   Junes, II. IIuiibIoii, skip,
links      Tint .null ■< \   c   l')e, skiji I   J    Smith,   .1   !•'  TIiohiiisoi
A' t.* that  I"',* inilil Senliu's ii.iiin* lint    Hn*    I'i"**!**   liml lieen I
A1 yu thai lu'it nlil Seutiu's (ninr lnr reallv    |ierleel    rinks      TIllnllKli-1 A   l'   i"yc, skiji |    .1    Htllllli,   ,1   !•'   Tl 'i*,,,,,,        11
A' v.* Unit l.i't* iiiilil Sn.tin's num, ".11 il;,* week   11l.1t has In*. 11 iniiuii*'.      u   M   Hants, I*;  II   Small, .1   Me   jOitlhrle, lir. I*'   (I   Smyllie, skip
Here's henllli nml wenllli In    Uur, slnj; uinlei    llie    lin|i|ii.-1 n.ii.ln imi*. [ Wliu, .Inline Wilson, skip                     j   ll,   I'romlfont,    A     Hunter, Capt
lints Kvi'ivtliinn   iinsKilile   tins In,n   ilniie     .im*   ['ntii|iln'll, I*'     itosslter, lien    llntierls   \   r   Wnlley, ,.k 1 j.
lleii'. iln,*,*   11  ttnee im entliii'   fui   'hr   nm 1 .uni eiiiiveiiienee    ,.1   l.mi.ii, 1:   1'.   ilentlie, skip r  (llenser,   \    1'iiuker, 11   Knleon
seenes tins, wlm nre uiiiinitiiuiis in i.i.nsi* I   li     1*1    Miller, Vi     Hull, \\     \tt    er,   1   il   Hiiiiyan, nklp
line's 11,1 .    llini   Im  ■ ' in     nl    Hie   liuspitiilit;  mnl *.*. I tellnti   I rlilne, llenrne llniiiinrlli, skip
lieei sine ..1   Hie t'rniilirnuk eiirlers           '!    \      1,   l.eiteli,   I'   I!   Wnril,       1
11,...'. •!                            * bei   nml imi.* .ii,* .inks presenl trniii   I'ul  |Cliulilitili, -kip                                   1   M   \   Kuslner, .1   I.   dales,   Tom
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Unl, iliiilii.    .1   I*    link,    t     r    Ueek, .1   Vi I   ,ki|i
Uminess, T   M   Uulierts, skip             ;    Ml    Harvey,    .1    it    Brown,   Mi
.1    Flelelier,   Mi     Hiiiiyan,   llalily |.Icilinii  In    \tnl.-t-..n.  .ki|i
u.M.a u:v
("1  Walker, A   .1   II,.ue. ii  Mall
Anil   Hi.* rujiiiii'     rink  nml   tin* I'rnil, Hie I I 'Inn li   ii-pieseni
liuj s. * il In  nine, mnl S'elsun 1	
I'll!    |.,!l,i'.t!ll*.*    Milks   mi.   I.lklll*;   p.lll   [ Mllll'iS,    II     .1     .lilllllSlill.   skljt
Hie iniirteeiilli iinniinl linaspli'l    '" in tin' varlmis euinjiell - TUMI
"'"» '' ''""'"'   ns»..<li,li.... ..|........l CHANH 'k ;   ,   ,,.     ,,   .,„„,„   Hnrt     ;,,   .,,,-,,  pinkliom. Bklp
in     this   iiu   nil    M1.1nl.it    111 nil !     ,    Ullulil,   I'   I'     llil.it*..,   1     •„    ,rt[nm   ,-,*„
mill .1   I! I .,it. 11.I.11..-.- innii    iin.ll ||    I... 111.. .1.-. 11   .1    MeSvveyn, skip I.RTIIRItllHll*.
interlur anil Allierta pnlnls n    .l„l„,s,,„, C. Mel)u„R,UI. 11    S. XEI.HOS M. Kreeiimn, I I, .Mr. Aird, N
Tin*    in*     tt.i     in  I.111I1   i-m-'ll   *ll*.|" Ml*'.' .   W     I'.itii.-n.ll.   .kip '     '.      I      llelell,   I*'      Seiuillili.   \\     11   Jj    Mel.enil, skip
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We Are Not Malodorous Lawyers,
Trouble-Breeders and Parasites
But Sawyers of Wood and Founders
of Honest Industries :  :  :  :  :  :
■■*' nre nut t,-.l,ii,.ii heelers, Imagers mi nn.l syculihants ,.1 grasping Itnilwiii* Cor|iorn|.luns
U'TKH Illl \KT   Wl. Illl   I 11> 1   111.nm 1 11|.- thr PKOPl.K
**'e nre mil ill   ..mi,   pulim-lnns, the lesliliiiui m    *..,ttii ..( (iliiuni, neilhei an* ue ni 1
'" I'rilleisi' even it .Iml-i* ivhen Im pin .1 Uni,., ins |,i*^iL olliee lo satisfy potty personal spile
fm ml'   i    un '1 11 lie, ilu.se inilieiiieii iiestrn, i in* mnl Inltnlenl lo public wcllnre
We Rive inlni  [. r um * i-lveil       lie nny nl l.liuso K'lllt.) "I Hint 1
We Make Wood Pipes For Irrigation
wlilcli  I iht i  Imtii 1 lei      um make 111. jnjies lu lap ihe   public rollers      We curry -iiu
lumber in the yanl nml keep II reailj lnr utilillcs.     Unlike   Bnnie lawyers   ivlln       .un
theirs nn ilien shnulileis, the ut Illl) being uniliscovcrnblr
We Make Lumber, Sashes, Doors, Furniture, Wood
Pipes. Raise Live Stock, Make the Wilderness
Blossom and Produce, Onr Clients Satisfied,
Our Deserving Employees Contented
Partners In Our Success
What ,1.- the ti.11 iliealeil iln?    Tbey give in. quid  pro .inn other   ttian Insolence,
ile.epii.iii onil lainleil witli iln tni.tietiveties.; uf political spleen. The suiterers iicl',1
less, suiter Imi" ■ in.1  tin-it sovereign power, imt Nemesis will he awakened .im!
wnr (.. th,* cnl|i It 1' , . 1 HMIXK will. SOT SAVE THEM
Some Lawyer.-; At-si Honorable, Many Judges Upright, Painstaking and
Above Suspicion.   Such we All Venerate, Admire and Almost
Worship. Even if They Have Small Human Weakness.*.'.*.
Tin* 1 iiiiui.. iln * sin. v.ii indicative .11 their puilt*. and power, is tint needed as a pro
tectlon m.i adornment, Imi ns .1 SYMBOL TO IMPRESS Till': VHNAI.l.Y CROOKED LAW
YER,    lilt: st lliillNEIi ui: I'EU.II Kl*.lt   WITNESS   \Mi  till*: CORPORATIONS SUll,
n in*' in \ i\*. i'eimi HEii lA'iin* mt:
We Struggle to Create, Build Ip and Sustain Industries
Hnilway r,,i;i..i .uiniis attempt to strangle them t-t their Infancy and ilnrr to pose ;i\
|iulili.' benefactors, whllsl robbing the people, burning up their property, killing their rat'b-
and opprcssin tvherevei they   an- not united fnr sell protection
into giving them Hie he I pari ■■! tin country in exploit, nir by virtue of watered sto ...
ratted nuilii in'!! ■   . in lusnrj  hi I'alnees, Instead ol iln* chains, hiindeufi*-, skillv
.unl wooden coitehe   thej ilesi rve.
Whilst lhe Parasites who Hoodwinked tlie Kcprescntativcscof Ihe People
they make the people helicvc witli disgust and disdain, that Governments* Parliaments.
Polltleians and those who sit In high places nre al their beck and fall. fan we wontlei
Ihal Nemesis will j'i e from I,, i stupoi .unl sin He iln- ilespollers, tin* robbers, who make ii
-.1 pn infill [01  ihe   ninsses St)T TO LIVE bul Itfirely exist
r. ■»-*•■
An J in the Disgraceful Exuberance oi their Autocratic Assumption
History w ill repeat I nppri ssioi gratt ami corruption will perforce, link beneath the
Anglo-Saxon love ol justice .i-.»i rlgbl li\ virtue ol whieh our rare rules the world
Thc ni"*-! gross  i> Inflicted on Ibe people of Canada   by   Itailway   Cotporalluui
wbo bave been given n illions ol acres "f land, which Ihey   advertise and    exploit in Europe
nnd tin- I'niti-il states and i i victims paj their bard ''.mud i*a*-h     Alter the poor hegga!**
mi4-"*  produce, tbe i ipaclt)       wbicb has Ihtii over advertised,   THEY K1NU
Til \r IT IS IMAOINAltYi nnd lurthi r, tbnl tbey arc handicapped i» the transportation 1--
markel and are ni ercy ol the greal Octopus    Take .^ one  example,   IrclRhl charges
for torn, produce Iban 12" miles to market cosls   (19.00   pei ton.  or more
than thc value nl product. Tbe writer started oul !<■ VDVERTISK IHS PRODUCT**
\\h wisiii'S rn SKLL THEM to pnivlde suhslstencc for ho* people who make LUMBER,
SASHES, DOORS, tlROtt VROETARLEH, HOT HOUSE PLANTS, MAKE WOOD PiPfSR,
l-T'ltM'l'l UK   V NO OTH EH USEFUL ARTICLES AT REASONAULE   PRICES,   and   his
customers require lime and ean provide i ly wc can suppl) them nn  easy terms      I ..i
lull parti* ulai    write
A. E. WAiTS, Wattsburg or Proctor
\iul it you an      ■•       i Im r-xn II i Itailway Cnrnorallotti;
in have been 01   in   Itch    iln al d li   '
tn have heei fail hj TII08K lllllll IN  \I<TII0K1T1
Oi v  |i.'lit.. ,il e has hern fnl p tn III • Inill .
lit be Ij*i iihl whal he prol I .
Or gol you lhe po .   Indicated by Innuend  nllhcrwlse;
OR  \ i oi;i'i.t.\ i lus HAS OFFERED YOI   \ PRICE   FOR NO   NEED TO RX
PLAIN WHAT"!
A. E, WATTS will go one Better and Help You to Corall the
Crooks and Justice and Fair Play will Win Pro Bono Publico
NOTE.—'The sloij niih details ol the nppreaslona and rascatlllca indicated is being wrli
tm under the lltle nl
"The Curse of Canada"
A Narntlve of the Dps -nul Downs of a Pioneer ; How I
Lost One rtllllon, and the Pun in Making the Second THK   CattA-NBUOOK    IIKKAI-I)
I
j     PROFESSIONAL CARDS     g
W. F. OUkU,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
Motioy to limn "i. fuvomlile terms.
CRANBROOK.BRITISH  COUIUUli
HOMG HOSPITAL
Kvtirj r I romlorl
\   I  Nom  I.,	
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.bi.'i.iiir, llli.'iitiiiilisin
iiii.I  I'm>.ii...mill
Tor I.*..>'.<
Mlts. U. BENT, Matron.
i' i), ii... i -  ■, i
ORS. KINO ft GREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons,
nir.. it Ki-si'ti..*,.  nrmslroni  A*".
OI-'KII'i: IIOIlllS :
Pnreiioons - - - - 0.00 In 10.00
Atl mils* - - - '.'..im I.i   4,00
Kvi-i'ini*.., - - - - ?.:ill to   H.'lo
tjtllrllajra .... :j.;.i I,,    i ;,n
OIUNBROOI :, n    B. O
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Phone I.l'*            I', i. iiuv l,ii
Xliriii tail - ll ll sh„i*i *. i:*i*i r   |
DR. F. 1'.. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
II to 12 nm.
i In   0 p.m.
T to   8 p.m,
OUire in neiv Held Block
CRANBROOK -       -       -Hi:
1*. 0, Bwannell, D. L. S., B. 0, L. B.
A. I. Itnliorlsoii, B.O. I.. S,
SWANNELL & ROBERTSON
Dominion ami Brillali Columbia
L   ND SURVEYORS
P. 0, Drawer 798 VICTORIA. B.C
CENTURY RESTAURANT
 Kill. O.lMt.  SHlliiMI
Till*)    PLACE    TO     OK'!'    A
QUICK MEAL AM'
11001) MEAL
IKKlMS TO HUNT.
Ffoiulqnortora tor nil kinds nf
Hopuirs
Snlisfuctioii (iiinr'iiiii-'-.l
JOE   MARAPODI
The Shoo SjM'cinlist
Provenzano & Sacco
General Merchant!
Employment Agents
CHANBROOK      •      B. C,
P. 0. BOX 194 PHONE 244
II yuo want satisfaction with
your washing  send
it to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
S)ici*iiil prlcflB for fiimily work.
THE WORKIKGMEN'S EMPLOYMENT
AND REAL ESTATE AGENCY
la prepared to aupply help, •killed or
unskilled, on shortest powible notice; tn find employment and guar-
iuiin* positions when sent oul; lo
rent houses and rooms and to tell
ynu fruit lands or other property for
a small commission.
Addn-si:—W. Parker, 311 Baker Bt.
NELSON, B. 0. «-ly
JOSEPH RYAN
Not.\ry Fublic
B*C.  LANS SUflVEVOFS
McVlilii:    &    PARKER
Cranlirook nml fori Strait!
IRRIGATION m KAILWAV WORK
A SPECIALTY
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ASSAYER
I i: IV. WIDDOWSON, ASSAYER
AND   CHEMIST.-Chargcs:     (lold,
I silver,  cijppcr    and  lead,   $|  each;
| gold-silver, (1.50; silver-load, Sl.r.O.
gold-silver, with copper or lend.
$3.50; zinc, $2; silvcr-lcad-zinc, -.;*.
I'ric.'s for other metals on application. I". li IS„v t* li . 1108, Nelson,  11   C, .Jl!*|f
IRRiaiTin.t E.N0INCER
DOHINION tMl PROVINCIAL UND
SI IIVEVOR
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ST. ANN'S ACADEMY
Kamloops. B. C.
AtTnr.lanti-a.rtor pdneatlontil odvaalagni,
II.i* ■'-mi.   Hen     l.ri.k    building,    Itln.lftii
wl I«jul| i;i..".tpii-iv..ifr.iiin«l., ClflMM
■mnl"*,!   Ill   in *•.**.! p    m:!,    th,.   at-boole
Ibninghonl tltf. pruritic*. Special depart
tnenlalor Minn nnd Art. (otnpete **.,ni*
ill... int.* *..,-..    Turn ul.r i.ttinti.... uiv.ii
' iiii'iu.* l   innnneit.   and   .<>rr.,t
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-.T.   LAIDLAW     FRANK DEZALL
MINING   ?NGINt?r.R
B.   C     and   Surveyor
cnANOBooK        b.c.   I Logging Sleighs made to order.
General lllacksmithing
Sleigh Repairing
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ifOLUCOUNTRV NEWS 1L>««™rZ .*,,,„,,„,'
Uon'l you bclievi ihal pxpcrii-nce
Ir better than hearsay'.' It yon suffer
from piles, jusl. try /.am-Buk. Von
can do so ai om fvpcitfie So
assured nre wi nf tht result thai wu
will send you *i Free inn] box 11 ynu
send I     Toroi tu   ufliccs     mil
name and addreKs     ami    n one rent
stamp In pat  return ;■■■  tage
Scores ol people .hiil-, acquaint us
with th"- bfficfll thi-j have derived
from the use nl 'Aa - Muk Mr K.
Astrldge, nl f St. I'aul st , si.
Catherines,    * *■**■ , "For five
years   I have suffered um old   agonj
with protruding    pili Thr pain
was so greal at time     i would   ,ii
most scream
•i lost welghl anil had nu appe
tiii- 1 tried every!htnil I evei heard
ol toi piles, as I wn .villlug to take
anything to gel relli l It was use
h-ss, however, nnd I ulnim i gave up
in despair
one daj a trletid gave me a sample
of Zani-Huk, and lold me nf a friend
of his who i..ul been cured, l decided to ti. /.am I'lii*. uml the relief I
got was encouraging I used three
boxes, and at ilu- end ut ihat time
I was completely eured. 1 wish I
could have gol /.am Bul. years ago;
it would have saved mr a grent deal
of misery."
/.am-lttik will alsn lu- round a sun'
cure for eold sores, rliapped hands,
frosl hite, ulcers, hi nod poison, varicose sores, sial]i Korea, ringworm,
inflamed patches, babies' eruptions
and rliapped places, ruts, burns,
bruises, and skin Iniurfes generally.
All druggists and stun sell at 50c.
box, or post free from /.am Huk Co.,
Toronto, upon receipt nl priee You
are warned agninsi harmful inula
lions and substitutes See Ihe re
gistered name, "/.am Huk," mi everj
package.
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Orchestra
li prepared in tocepl engngoraonU
to furnish miirlo for Rallt, Itencei,
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mnnleatloni to
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LUNCH
Chop   Suay   Noodla
AlMi.l M,*,l.„,,l,l,;,..|M.:,l
FORT STEELE
Dospite the great handicap ol the
lock out, the output ol Sunderland's
shipbuilding lor the year shows an
increase of Iti,.'125 tons over thai ol
Inst year, the totals being .r>s steamers, or 178,058 registered tons, board
of irade measurement, A great Increase in tho si/e of vessels is shown
as compared with the previous
twelve months.
The ..utput (or lino from the shipbuilding yards ot Messrs, liar laud
and WolIT (Limited) .md Messrs
Workman, t'lark and Co. (Limited),
totals lt;;.,K5'i tons, ol which Messrs.
Hnrland and Wolfi claim 116,861
tons The remaining ia,983 tons ro-
presents the output oi Messrs Workman and ('lark, who Inst year bad a
grand total tonnage of 88,863. Tho
new I' juid O. steamer Maloja, built
by Messrs. Unrknid and Wolfl (Limited) has been successfully launched
at Queen's island. She is tha largest vessel yet buili fur the IV and
O. line, being 561* ft. long by uu ft.
11 in. beam, witb u gross tonnage uf
about 13.UMI.
Tlio very rare experience of cole-
batting the seventieth anniversary of
the wedding day has fallen lo the
lot of an old couple named .lones,
residing in Chapel Lane, Barton-on-
llumbor. They have received a letter of congratulation from the king,
of which naturally they are very
proud. Mr. .lones, who is a native
of Shnreham, is 91 years of ape, and
except for deafness is in good health.
He walked to the poll in order tu re-
curd his vote during the present election. He served *'M years in the
navy—nine alloat and thirty iu the
coastguard,
Sir Ernest Shackloton, who commanded tin- Nimrod expedition to
the South Pole, is to lead another
expedition to the Arctic regions.
Tnts time, however, the objective of
the expedition is Spitsbergen. A
start will be made next June. The
landing party will be ashore two ur
three, months, and they will pone*
trate into hitherto unexplored regions. The expedition is befng undertaken solely for scientific and geographical purposes. Accompanying
Sir Karnes) will be some half dozen j'i the leading members <-f his
Antartic expedition. Although thc
scientific results of the lato expedition are not yel completely worked
out, it is hoped to have them well
forward before the next expedition
sets nut.
The death has occurred at Anchor
Bay Farm. Krith, of Mrs. Graham,
aged 71 years who. with her husband, recently completed fifty-six
years of married life, the whole oi
which was spent in the same house.
Their descendants, who extend to
the fourth generation, Dumber
one hundred, the majority of the
males befng engaged as Thames watermen.
The exchequer receipts tnr the period (rum April tirst n. December
2-tth this year show that, with three
months of the financial year still to
, the Budget has already brought
ui a sum which nut only wipes oul
List year's arrears of £30,000,000,
but leaves the chancellor with
£13,15-1,083 in hand \ p to December 35th last year the total exche-
quei -receipts amounted   to C9S.884,-
17.  Tin* total   receipts this year up
d December -ith amounted to £13*6,-
044,032     This gives an Increase    of
£13,160,089 over last year's receipts
for ihi« nine months.
At a meeting at Southampton to
forward the proposal t.» erect in
that town a memorial on the spot
whence the Mayilnwer sailed for the
I'nited States in 1620, tin* mayor
presiding, Professor Itearnshaw (hon.
secretary) read letters from the gov
iTnor ul Ithode Island, Admiral Mur
dock, ot the I'nited states navy;
(Ieneral James (irant Wilson, of
New \ork. the governor ol New
Hampshire; the chairman of the Pit
trims of New Vork; President .lor
dun, uf California; the Hon. Samuel
I Killer, (ir. Burton, nf Smith College, Northampton, Muss , the Dean
oi the Unlvcrsltj of I'ennslyvanla;
the librarian of Vale, and Pr. Thel
berg, of VaKSQf College Ile report
•d that branches of various ('nited
States patriotie .societies were contributing panels, such as the descendants of the Mayflower, the Daughters
of the Involution, the Founders of
America (Baltimore), the Sons of
St. fleorge. Councillor Oakley
(hon treasurer) reported a further
list of subscriptions received frnm
tin- United States and Irom Kngland.
The hon. secretaries will he pleused
to hear of nlher descendants of the
Pilgrim Fathers at present residing
in Kngland.
The medical officer nf the local government hoard, Dr. Arthur News-
hnlme, in his annual report reviews
the public health during l•ass-* During the year, he states, the death
rate of Kngtaiitl nnd Wules per limn
ol population was 14,8 ns computed
with  It7 in 1008,   lhe lowest death
rate previously recorded. The Infnni
mortality WM Dei per Khmi births,
at-t computed with 1'iO iti lUAft   Since
When buying n cough medicine lor
children bear in mind thai Chamber
Iain's Cough Itemedy Is must effectual for colds, croup ami whooping
couch and that ii contains no harmful drug. For sale by all druggists
and dealers llt-lf
he beginning uf Iflilll a bulb tin has
been seal weekly to each purl medical officer of health, containing a summary of the  occurrence ami progress
i the chief exotic diseases in thu
port-, of other countries, and thus
giving  warning uf   possible impnrtn
tlons      Of    disease The  indkeliuii-.
dlseases ut this country aie nimilai
ly kept under close ohsi nation by
means uf ibe Information contained
in the weekly uml juarterly returns
issued by the registrar-general and
the corresponding weekly returns ol
cases of notifiable diseases Issued hy
the buaril
An effort extending ovei n quurtei
of a century to make Sunderland a
deep water port, which vessels of all
rts and sizes might leave nr enter
at all times, regardless of tides tn
weather, has at     lusl  been attended
iih a great measure nf success, The
River Wear commissioners now report that the Wear has been converted Into a tidal dock from thc north
dock to I let ton Stnlths, with 20 ft.
at low water spring tides, and thc
"ss to the pun made possible to
large ships Since the first installment of deepening wns made last
year not a single ship has been detained in Sunderland through want
of water at am state of tide, and
vessels of over 000 tuns dead weight
nre using the river apart frnm the
docks as far up as WcarmoUth
siaiths Smiie measure of the Improvements may be Riven by a comparison wilh ihe admiralty chart,
which shows a depth «.f onlv i ft at
the river entrance at low water
iprfng tides, ami from i it to :* ft,
in the river, where now there i- live
times these depths. The total quantity of rock and other materials lif'-
d from the river Improvement works
during this yeai was i.C'dim tuns.
This represents ,t double tin ol or-
dinar) carta extending from Sunderland iu London and from 1-ondnn to
Land's End, each carrying considerably "let nne tnli
no'iici:
TAKK Ntnici: that In thirty
days (rum date I Intend to applv at
the office of tbi «o let) (iirl Mining
Co. for 1018 sbaiJ- ol stock destroyed by fire Numh* i ol Certlficati *.
100,219,233,300, lfi
tl  Cruikshank,
Kimberley, lie
January 19th, ion la It*
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CKANBKOOK I.AMi DISTRrtT
DISTRICT     (»K     sol III     I*. VST
KOOTKNAY
TAKK NOTICK that I. tt \
Chlsholm, of Kort Steele, occupation,
.Miner, intends io apply Ior perm la
slou to purchase the following ties
cribed lands:
Commencing at n post planted    al
lhe   junction ui   a large sluu^h   and
(be    Kootenay   Itiver   and follow in-
bank   of   the   Kootenaj  River in a
northerly   direction   to post  \--    .'
situated at the N, I.'. corner of Lot
Kill, thenee south |0 . hains, .•■■■ re i
Ies*;, to post    So. ■'..     planted       on
bank-   of slough,   thenco eastei      '
chains, more or less, to place of
ginning, containing su aerea, mon i
less
William   \* Chlsholm, Locator
Bated  Dec   |0th,  l«l<* 43-flt*
CRANBROOK  LAND IIISTKtCI
DISTRICT OF   EAST KOOTE.VAY
TAKE NOTICK thai I. Joacpl
Wright, ol Rossland, B. C . ocnipj
Hon Cigar Maker, intend to appl;.
for permission lo purchase the t ■'.
lowing described land*
Commencing al n post plante
about II chains west of the s tt
corner of Lot 7397, being tbe initi.i
post N. E. corner, thence >-.*utli '
chains, thence west 16 chains, then •
snutli Iti chains, thenee west . I
chain*-, thence north ."■-. chains
thence east su chains tn point
commencement and containing
acre«. more or less.
•losepb Wright, Locator
■ I. II  Hutchinson,  \grnl
Bated  Nov. Rth,  1910 13-91'
CRAKBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OP  KAST KOOTENAY,
TAKE NOTICK that   .lames Flsl
er. uj    Rossland,    B. c. occupation
Agent, intend    to apply fur permit
s,on to purchase    the following d
cribed land:
Commencing    at ,i   pi  i    planted
about   It chains in .< wester!;  d'.rtc-
tion from   the N. 'A*, eoraci >•'.   Lol
7307, being tin   IntUal   .   i\    S   l;.
corner;    thence   south     Ml  tInfos,
thenco west SO "■• tins, tho      i'■:*:
(JI   chains,   thenee    ,■.!■**   >■>) «hair .
theme north lfl chains, thence    •■•
SO chains to polot ol contmeni
and containing BS0 acres, mora     <
tesi
James Fisher, Locator
I II Hutchln   *,   -.gent
Bated  Sov   Sth,  1*)J0.
Dressed Beef
For Sale
( nrcase .it
Side
ProntQaarten
llin.I Qmirtcrs
PORK	
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IIMc "
< »n l>i-ni<l ear m! I'lncltei
Station
VV It IT K nl. WIIII.  nt
South-AlbertaHay
Growers, Ltd.
I.. ...  IMIIII..-I . M ,.l.
Pincher Creek,  ■  -.Iberia
DmIoI*, ill llllj' Hl„l l.r:,lli.
I.i,,* sl.a*k,  I'.Ulnar..'
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J    SOCIETV AND CHUKCH    I
RECTORV
Olllisi ENT LOWIE
KNIGHTS   of   PYTHIAS
C run brook, H. C.
Meets   every   TuesJaj* at 8 p.m. at
Fraternity Hall.
■ I. M. Boyes, 0, t'.
T, Cl. .loues, K. ot It. ,V S.
Visltlnp brethren   cordially invited
u> attend.
1.0.0 I*., KEY CITY LODOE, No. la
*=**---.\ Meels r-ery Monday
. •* -. i Jiglit at Mew Kra-
$EP*5*J t.rnity Hall So
utnlng Oddlollow. cordially Invited
'■ S. Hall,. i. ,j  mile,
N. 0. Sec'y.
Cranbrook     I.o.J*;e,
No. 34
,,,        AF.  &  A    U.
i:   Af ■'   .'   '.    ; \' meeiinca ou
J.    >_' ' v.       tie   tliinl   Thursday
■ 'v* ot,every month.
Visiting brethren welcomed.
IV. V. AI 11 .'.I
li, VY   Com oily, .* i rctarjr.
APLE LEAP REBEKAH LODOE
No.  19.
Heels every second and   fourth Wednesday at  Fraternity Hall.
Sojourning   Rebckah. cordially In-
ilted
M..,s E.  lohnston, N  i.
Mi«s cMlckcnhotham, Secy.
PYTHIAN   SISTERS
FIDELITY TEMPLE NO. II.
Meet, in   Fraternity Hall Fim a»J
Third  Fridays
T   F.Mser, I*'   C
"il   MacKinnon, M. It. aud C
\i-i'in^ *is..rs cordially in*.iu*d.
ANCIENT OHDEROP FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, ••;•.
Meets   . Carmen's Hall Second art
Four'!, ii   *   . •*. id   month »-. !
pin.  si*.i-:*
IVm   Anders n, Chiel Rangi i
I*. H*i'   Se retan
V'isllinj; brethren made welcome
INDEPENDENT   ORDER OF FOREST! RS
Mi -   *: * Hall first     ..r I
third   1 ;.*.;   la; ■ .'-th    at
■ r m.      *
Mrs.  Lulu llayward   !' *    -•
■Ir    Is ia    Battel ' Hanger.
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..M o'clock *
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Sunday      School   and     Uijle
I'lass at .1 o'clock
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Paster, i h»r>B W. King.
I'.irsonaRc,  Nurh'iry A**mue.
'Pbone, 284.     P. 0. Boi ae:.
Regular Ser^lwa— Suudar, ll
a.m. and 7.80 p.m., Ilihle
.School with Young LtdlM*
I'biMhi'a     and     Yotng   Uta'l
B<bla Clan, s p.m.
Mondaj-,    Yminj; I'foplet',    I
P m.
Wadncadar, Hld-Wath UcaMag*
A corti.al    CbrllUan vrlcom«
to ill
Best on the
Continent
I i.l i-   \,.,:il .Ulliiorilie. *av
rejMrdlna lhe medicinal ,|iiai*
iti.- "i ,!:.* waters al Halcyon
II..i H|,rjl .**.
11*,* Banltartnm Is now under
ii,.*\   manaitemenl   sn,l   ha.
i n remodelled Irom lop lu
bottom nn i n .*., offers overy
facility f..r  lli"  .* fo'l and
eonvenience ol patroni.
dales |1S end II*'. |.er w.-ck
... ,1 per day anil npwanla,
HALCYON HOT SPRIN0S
SANITARIUM
WM, in>VI". Proprietor,
Hal, v.,n.  Arrow   Uka, II.C.
V......in,,. Mirrliiinl*. li.
THOS. C0NN0B
nOOM 3 C0UHT HOUSE B10CK
VANCOUVER 6. C.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
MSI [ill T OF   KAST KOOTENAV.
TAKE NOTICE lhat I, John I.,i-
pesh, ol Rossland, 1!. C . occupation
.Miner. Intend to apj.li for permission
in purchase lhe lollowing described
land:
Cumiuen Ing    al   .  p. ■■    planted
nhout 1; , haini    wesl     , | ihe S, \\
■■■ r of Lol    J107, belnj; the initial
po     *    li    thence s. til      . , hains,
.*.*■!; chain,   tlieni ■     north
i west 11 . bains    i *
polni .       :   ■*.:*.    , |aii .
more oi less
.1 .hn l.aj.esh, Locator,
.1   11  Hutchinson, Agent.
Hated Nov  8th, 1910. IS-Bt*
--4V**.'*S*K*
SYNOPSIS OP CANADIAN HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands
■■■■. ■ llx Railway Bolt in Hritish
il.... : ... be homestcaded by
any person wb ii the sole head ol u
family, or any male over 18 yeara uf
age, to tbe extent ol one-quarter
a ctton ol 160 aerea, more or less.
I■..-.;;.  :   ..-'. in> made personally at
• local land office lot \\*e district
in which the idiui is situate. Entry
by proxj may, however, bo made on
certain    conditions bj    tho    fau.ci.
tl ■. son, daughter, brother or
dstcr ol an intending homesteader.
The homesteader i*, required to peril r, '.'..' conditions connected therewith under one ol tbo following
plans:
I     At kast s:x months' residence
: cultivation ol the land    m
■.*.■    year :■ r three years.
II tbe rather (or mother,    if
the father is deceased),      i*t       the
.' iteadei  resides upon a (arm ju
the ■- .:..:>■ ol the land entered    for,
'   ...ren.ei.ts as ;o residence may
itisfied by   such person residing
the father or mother.
)    It the settler lias his j-rrman-
ent residence upon farming land owned hr him m   the vicinity      oi   his
-"■..', ibe requirements   as    to
resid r.-iv w.* sfttis'eii Ly rebid-
c:.l>; upon the said land,
."-.i   months'     notice   in   writing
.'- -— be given   to   the Commission-
Dominion Lands at Ottawa ol
•■*•: ■   n to apply for patent.
WAL.—Coal mining rights ma? be
teased I : n   penoii    of twenty-one
years a*, an annual r-^ta! ol II   per
sere*.     Sot .-ore   than 2,570   acres
shall be leased to one individual    or
-i A royalty   at the'rate of
• seata per ton shall be collected
-. •.:.- i.v-rci.antahle c'jai minH.
W. tt   CORY,
U put    ol th" Minister   ol  the   lo-
te.-ior. j'»-26t
Hotel Coeur D'Alene
Spokane, Wash.
A NEW AND
MODERN
HOTEL
I ..,.-..* | ',tf,.,,. ,„,, |Q|-gta
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Rates ILOOand Dp per day
Coi ner ni IIi.wHr'! St. and Proi I I *-
I» * ■ *.;- if;*-*.-*- illi -tini
The Coeur D'Alene Company
J .C. Callahan, Mgr.
TheLONDON DIRECTORY
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Standing of Competitors In Various Contests
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"A KTUBHORN iimm:i:i:i.i.\ "
PKAHKK'K     I.A.ST I'M \NCI.     TO
OIVK VOI    \ FIRST CLASS
SHOW
"A   iSlubl '    Cinderella,"   thul
highly succcs rul iniisii al ■ miiedj ol
real quality nnd ini-rii hj iiu- \ <H
known irio, Hough, Vdams nnd How
ard, which is making un extended
tour ui (In- eountrj this icason undo
tin* direction ol   < Im     \   OoeUIcr,
will In- Hn-    nth ii ilu- Opera
house, Tuesdaj,
This prettj little play, .is II may
well In- termed, i ■ aid to i nntain
more eatchy musical niimliors than
anv other nit- - lalnmcnl oi its kind
ihai lnr. been prodiu • il In rreenl
years, ami is without a id.nlil the
gem ni the long list nf successful
comedies >.i thai now ram mis Chic
ago University pnii
(It tin- twenty ihi u;il ntitnlii-is in
it, each ntie is prettier and rntchiii
than the other, nnd it is p
stated thnt Irnin the tn.. Iln Iii il
one is sunn until the i.i I nne -"When
Vou First Kiss the (Iti i \ mi |,mV
—is finished, there \< \ ■ • ,1 single
moment ih.it    Ihe em  i   imi
nl "|.0Vt     M. Ill llecail •'."
•What's the 1 sr Adlos Senorlta'
'Don't   Me    Anybody's Moon      Iim
lline,"  "I 't  He   Cross With Me."
in- other tuneful numbers wll ealcu
lated to   please the mosi mush ,il  •<)
icnrers
In Un- third act is introdticeil ns
i>rettj a picture as was ever pre
s.-iiitd mi nny singe, "The Orange
Fete," at that famous California re
treat, Coronado    Reach, where    Ihe
titthors were    sojourning when writ-
ng Uu . play The scenic effect i*
.ni exact reproduction ol Hn* beaut f-
[u| hostelry Ihere, and Hn* various
•lames, minuets, marches, Hi   exeeul
ed dm in); the fete hy n et    ol .1
pretty and shapely girls as il v. as
possible lor the mauugemetil In col
leet alter diligent search in lhe
nest avenues (or dc» irnhle chorus
(Iris—II is sale to s.i\ Uml this
number alone is more Ihan worth
the price ol ailmlssion     The proline
mu 1 • aii exeifdingly elnbornte one,
mil it will undiiuhtedly score as hig
r Kin less    hen- as H has done       In
ven - n \ tn which it has   been seen
HOCKEY
TO KENT.— A large warm stable
1 an be used as warehouse, Mi pei
month 01 $"1 on lease Apply Hei
aid office t*Vtf*
Then- will hi- a hnefcej match lo
morrow (Friday) evening nt the
Vrenn rink, Commercials vs. C. 1'
:: simps (lame called for 7.3(1
nVlnrh
The mill eh last Kriday evening,
Cranhrook \s Fernle, attracted a
large cro\vd to the Arena rink Tho
play proved fast and, at times, exciting. The Kernie boys were bent
'•11 tlctory and put up a fast game
throughout, the result being -1 tn i
■a then favor, Our boys left for
Kernie ihis nfternoon, where tbey
> ill try conclusions mice again with
the Coal city players.
LOCAL_NOTES
Ladles felts, half price.—C, c. s.
\KW LAID KOGfl that we gunran-
lee iii I.itlle and Atchison's.
Mis (J Uolfalt, rn' Calgary, is vis
•ting Mr. nnd Mrs. K. I). Patterson.
Sec mir window of Hristol art
ivare, etc., nl bait price.—Campbell
iml Manning.
Ladies felts, hall price.—C c  s.
Our old friend "Hutch" has      been
I gazetted a notary public.
I    Ladies (elts, half price.—C  C. S.
j   .17 piece dinner    sets for $8.00 this
week,        Regular    512 HO.—Campbell
ami Manning
Ladies fells, half price.—C C. S
I   Mrs    E, A     Mill will receive    on
Saturday from *■ to ii o'clock.
I   Ladies f.-lts, half price.—C. C. S
.17 pine dinner sets for $8.00 this
i week. Regular $12.00 —Campbell
ami Manning,
Ladies fells, half price.—C. c. S
j    K   I.   Gnlbrnith, Indian agent, was
in town from Fori Steele this after
noon.
Ladies felts, half price.—C. C. S.
07 piece dinner    sets lor $8.00 this
week Regular    $13.00.-Campbell
nnd Manning.
It   M   Jennings, editor of tho   Edmonton .Journal, spent   a few hours
jin town today on   his way to Spok-
Ladies felts, half priec.-C. C. S.
07 piece dinner sets, regular $20.00,
now    $12.00.       Don't overlook these
bargains.      It means money in your
pocket—Campbell and Manning,
Ladies felts, half price.-C. C. s.
Kred. C. Thrift, of Cranbrook,   has
been gazetted   a collector of votes iu
the Cranbrook Electoral district.
Ladies felts, ball price —C. C. S
07 piece dinner sets, regular $30.00,
now $12.00. Don't overlook these
bargains. Il means money in your
pocket—Campbell and Manning
$1.50 sweaters 00c.—C. C, S
W. It. Furris, barrister, ol Nelson,
is in town, on his way home Horn
Lethbridge.
Men's $2.25 shirts, $1.50.—C  C  S
For those delicious hig POPHAM
chocolates go t" Little and Atchl
son's.
$1.50 sweaters 00c.—C   C. S.
.! W. Kerr lias sold oul his livery
business to .lohn A. McDonald, who
was formerly manager of the Manitoba hotel for bis brother, Dan.
$1.5(1 sweaters 00c—C. C   s
II tr snaps in coal hente • ' *■*■
ii : 1 ; * once.—Patmorc Ri
$1.50 sweaters 90c.—C, l\ S.
Maybe n trip to a store daily is
thc most profitable possible use ol
your time—or a little of it!
.Mrs. .1. R. McNabb will entertain
at a tea in aid of the Methodist
Ladies Aid on Wednesday afternoon,
.January 25th, from 3.30 to ii o'clock.
$1.50 sweaters 00c.—O, C. S
!i7 piece dinner sets, regular $20.00,
now $12,00. Don't overlook these
bargains. It means money iu your
pocket.—Campbell ami Manning
KOOTENAY TELEPHONE LINES, LIMITED
SUBSCRIHLRS ADDED
Ul     Y.M.C.A
ir.ii    I'AliSltX. MRS  S   II
Ollicc
Itcsldencr
SUHSCKIHKKS CANCELLED
300    MILLER,   \   .
2*2   Mi*.i:i:tis. 11
Residence
Resilience
X   PHONK 56
j THE QUALITY STORE
(id The Habit
Buy The Bcsl
Our Snlo ot t'liitui  uml   Glassware closes Saturday
*        night, some extra good luirguins left yet.   Don'l  mi*--
this opijortnnity,   Prices cut In bulf on luls ,tf lines
CAMPBELL & MANNING
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CALGARY PROPERTY
W11 would t'stiflit llic favor u| 11
Llal of your Cnlgury Properly with
Prices mnl Terms.
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EUREKA REAL ESTATE CO 9
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TIIK ARCHERY tllltl.S IS -\ HTI IMOttN ciMiKltKLLA" AT TIIK OPKIIA IHUSK JANUARY 31ST
l»r. K W Comiollj preacbed tbo
.i initial th 1 * s ii in ;i 1 > rc r mon in Moyio
Metboilisl ibtiii'li lasl Sunday even*
inn*
'l 50 sweaters 00c—C, ('. S
do  to  lhe    sttile  wllOHU ml,  itll|lh*.
Md ymi strongly—anil you'll go     to
the right one, nearly always*
Wool soX 2*11 —C* C   S
!'; pie".- ilinner sets, regular $20.00,
now Sia.UU Don't overlook these
har'nins. li means money in join
pocket.—Campbell ami Manning.
Wool sox 2Se.—C. C  s
W. .1. Allan, oi Vancouver, lormer-
ly or Marysville, is upending a couple
of weeks iu lown lie is engaged in
the real estate business in Vnncotl
ver and reports business fairly brisk
M all sweaters title—C.  C. S.
Kor large sweet juicy oranges go to
Little ami Atchison's.
Sl.ftO sweaters BOc.—C, C. S
The number of births, marriages
and death?,    recorded in tlie       South
Asaya-Neurall
THI.     N  I   W     It CM I    I*   .      I   .III
Nervous Exhaustion
Physicians agree th a n vigorou i
nervous system is essential lollic
successful tFeatnicntof Consumption. "Ahava-Nhurai.1." feeila
the nerves with Lecithin i obtained from eggs), the clement re-
qitlred fur nerve repair, lis use
maintains full nerve vigor, restores courage when Imiie is fnil-
Ing, ami thus lends Incalculable
aid in throwing off the disease,
•Si.50 per bottle.   Load agent.
BEATTIE ■* ATCHISON
Ka-,i Kootenay tllslricl iliiring nun
wus us l.illuw*. Mat t..tr,** . 137;
liirtlu, B74; iii'iitlii, i!''l

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