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Array ADVERTISING
In the Herald Pays—Try I
Our   Local   Coluinns
Hie 11 line
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THE CRAJN BROOK HERAL
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equipped  to
IF   YOU   WANT   CRANBROOK   TO   GROW.   PATRONIZE   HOME   ENTERPRISE
voLvnn v.;
ORANBROOK.   BRITISH   COLUM III A,   THU USD AY, OCTOBER
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NO.   .!*!
LOCAL NOTES
A few nice potted plants in hlooru.
—Campbell and Manning,
J. II, Doyle, of Marysville, Is assisting A. I.. MclJormol temporarily
during u rush nf huslness.
Apples, ornngott, hunniifis, grapes,
All frcsli.-Tha Palm,
Th- now Imperial Hunk hull-ling Is
ium ring completion and ilia bank of-
liciuls expect lo movo in thi.1; Weekend
Toknj   im*I   t'omlshon grapes   nl
I.Hilt- ilii,I   Wclllsoil'fl
l<'. W   i tm, li... coma flown 'mm
Mll'lM-l   In   Illl       III,'        MU'.IIK')    Illl       Ml"
llpl'I
h.ll.-l,
I Hank stun raiisnl by ll. i<\ j longer Imtullr nny lumber originating
l
Cox's hurried de|i
cblldrcn's tookH,
.1 II McDonald
toll
lool
TU STOP DUMPING
ll. ('. M1LLMEN TAKE STEPS TO
SUIT OUT AMERICAN
LUMBER.
.Vostc/n Canada will no longer i.r
iiir dumping ground for tlu: surplus
output of American sawmill*, liy
ihe terms ol agreement recently entered into between the retail dealers
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan unit Alberta and Hie Hritish Columbia Lumber uiul shingle association representing  lhi>    coast     mills,   und  the
Mountain     Lumber Mills ussociuti	
i representing tlio sawmills of the   In-
i leiior, thi' prairlo retailors will   uo
.■I, in
: im.' im  [-.nglnnd.
afie.—C   c, S.
ni thu M'enUvortli
Tuesday fur Sliecp
■I his uiining Inter
ests
ilocked ttiih .-Vriili/or
it cost lo clear.     All
Hi. sacks.—I*. Burns .v
30-21
We aro ovo
mnl will sell
sacked in I'ti.
Co., Limited,
.V. V. Ailridge has returned from n
trip rust as far as Winnipeg. lie
reports business good on • tlie prairies
uiul everything looked in very healthy shape.
TO RENT CHEAP—Largo warm
stable wilh hay loft am) feed bin
above. Can he used as warehouse.
Apply at Herald office. 2641*
The cranlirook restaurant has
again changed hands, Jimmy O'Doy,
formerly of the International hotel,
Kingsgate, having taken it over from
Messrs, Hrown aud Oriflln,
Brown, white, red, blue anil u im—
colon il looks, for children going lo
school, worth 75c. selling at 25c—
C, c. S.
Somebody borrowed Pete MaUic-
son's motor car last Sunday night,
breaking open tin- shed in which it
was stored to gel it. The motor
was found iu Ilu* ruadwuv hack of
ihe Imperial. Polo is on tho trail
of the guilty parly, let him beware.
Thirty thoroughbred white Wyandotte pullets for sale and a number
of Toulouse geese. Apply W, fl,
Bateman, Moyie, B.C. 35-8t'
The lirst annual general mooting ol
the Arena Rlnl Co., Ltd., Is ealled
lur Tuesday evening nexl at 8.30
p.m. iu the Cranbrook hotel parlors,
At a meeting ol the directors last
l-'riday Mr V I. Harrison was appointed auditor.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT-
ElcCtrfO llghl and bath room, Jill
per month.     Apply  P. 0   Box 308,
city, as-tf
Tin' youth arrest-cd, charged with
stealing beer from A, L. McDcrmot's
warehouse, appeared belore two local
iiisiii-i's of tin- peace this week, and
upon pleading gufltj was allowed out
tm suspended sentence, consideration
being given t'i'' fact thai II wns his
ins: offense.
Choice hum*.' made candy, 30c Sa-
nnd.u onl;     rttc Palm
C, i: Morflll has resigned his petition .i- man i oi ol tbe Cranbrook
Trading companj and A s. Bridges,
the so i. lary, i lempornrallj in
charge Mi Morfttl has gooe to
Calgarj. where he Is jolulng !i '•
brothel In lhe real ■ ■■   iti
Sweel ler at i impbell and Manning's
i: \ ihii.
mil ihr iiu-;
men I   id Ms
Sl.ll.
III. t
iii (he United Slates.
Thi' arrangement is likely to prove
tv effective in excluding the American product as the millineu to tin*
south, quoting low prices for their
surplus .stuck, would he iinahle to
sland tin* expense nf establishing Independent yards of their own in the
Canadian prairie regions. , This will
mean that the Mountain nnd Const
millineu will lie enabled to ship an*
nually at least two hundred million
additional feet of lumber to the
markets east uf the Rookies.
The three-cornered agreement has
already been ratified by the various
interested parties. The Coast mill-
men adopted it ut a special meeting
held in* Vancouver, it is understood
Mini the movement fur overcoming
American competition originated wilh
Messrs. A. I). McRoe, general manager of lhe Canadian Western Lumber
company, owning big mills at Fraser
Mills, near New Westminster, and
Mr. I::. .1. Palmer, manager of the
mills of iho clu'inainus Lumber company at Chemainus, Vancouver Island- On a recent trip to the
prairie provinces they took up tbe
matter with (he retailers and the
present agreement was the result of
ilu-ir negotiations.
The coast mills recently -cut the
priee of lumber to the prairie dealers
tn tin- f.xtent of $2 per thousand.
thc price delivered being $21.50 per
thousand.
One of East Kootenays Beauty Spots
Picturesque White River Valley, a Portion of the East Kootenay
Game Reserve
(Hj Mr. James Hates, Game Warden*
Lying almost at our doors, it is! Hut needs must wliere the devil
passing strange Uml so little is drives, for it was with roluetanco
known of tin- heautiful White Hirer j and with lhe taste of an appetizing
valley. {Casy of access, even if ono' breakfast slill in our mouths that
is only moderately strong, this lav-two saddled our ponies, and cinched
ored region oilers many Inducements down the packs before setting out on
to Ihe lover ul the great out ol I the long, weary trail, lending to the
dours. To the dovotee ol the roil j land of promise Vol that .Sheep
and camera ii is everything that (Creek lacks in natural beauty. While
even the   most exacting connoisseurs| the mountains that bound it on elth-
INGHEES     RESERVE
TION' SETTLED.
QUES-
.*;    Moyl    has
liiltii-.hiii
er,   \\   i>   IHH's
ami will take same ■ ■■■
nl,i,< ,.i .,. kI  month   Mi   W   11
dfi
Victoria, B. C, Oct. 38.—A question with which Hritish Columbia
politicians have been wrestling fur
scventy-flvc years without success has
Item Solved at last, lhe Songbces Indians having agreed to remove from
thc reserve of that name. This
means that more than one hundred
acres in the center of Victoria's business none, whieli has been held by
Indians for a century, retarding the
city's growth, will he thrown open.
The new borne of the Indians will
bo selected i>\ Premier McBride and
a committee of live natives.
• I'.nli head of a family jn the hand
Is to receive a bonus of t-.10.uOU, t.
Im paid bj the provincial government, which will recoup itself fui
this and tbe expenses attendant upon
the removal by a sale ol the land at
public auction The agreement onlv
requires ibe assent of the Domlnloi
rovernment, which it is expected
will In*- secured.
of natural beauty could ask lur, unit
the disciple ol Isaac Walton can
drink deep even to satiety of the
pleasures that the gentle art  affords.
Since it has been the
privilege to visit the delectable valley, which forms the .subject, uf this
article, he only thinks it fair that
his brother sportsmen should have
the benefit of his experience that to
him counts high above all others of
(he kind.
Leaving Cranbrook iu the brightness uf a late September morning the
drive to Hanson's—always pleasurable — seemed particularly pleasing,
perhaps by reason of anticipated
pleasure, for who among ns is so
dead to novelty that he cannot look-
forward with delight lo the unforeseen happenings tlmt naturally accompany a two weeks' sojourn in the
beautiful Kootenay hills.
The wriier wonders thai so lew
have discovered the modest little
hostelry at the crossing of Sheep
Creek. It was on the second day
out from Cranhrook that two tired
travellers dismounted at the door of
Ibis little inn to he mei by a smiling, motherly lady, who bade them
welcome in the true old-fashioned
way. And what a welcome! Imagine
yourself after u long, dusty drive,
sitting down in a cool, immaculately
clean room. Abuse very atmosphere
breathed happiness and content, to a
dinner Ibat is seldom seen nowadays.
Nu one partaking of such a meal can
easily forget it. Such chickens, such
dumplings, was ever the like seen
before? Smoking hoi with a savor
that would drive a dyspeptic to the
bow-wows. And the pudding, and
the home made preserves. Ve gods!
'twould drive a bachelor lo matrimony Ins tan ter,
Such Is Emery's, the little road
house, so modi st. and yet so hospitable (io uut you tireil and care
worn business men to Sheep Creek,
let Mrs. Emory minister to your
wants (or a week and see if ynu
don't come hack stronger, better and
brighter for your stay at the little
way-side inn.
n bank arc less aspinim I bun soma
of their cloud piercing brethren, to
ihe lover ol natural beauty tbey are
ul once a delight and au inspiration,
writer's | in their vari-eolored dress of tho
early autumn, one must bo callous
iudeed nnd blind to Iln- pictures of
Nature's painting, if hi- cannot truthfully say It is beautiful.
The writer will nol attempt a description nf the canyon, through which
Sheep Creek, tortured and twisted
about by obscuring roi'ks, forces Its
way. No, the task Is too great for
a pen such as his. Lei it suffice lo
say Ihal every bend III lhe trail unfolds new beauties, and as the turns
are many, fresh scenes unroll themselves before enraptured eyes, till the
senses are bewildered by what is almost a surfeit of unsurpassed loveliness.
Seventeen miles, it i.s ealled from
Emery's to tin hot springs, and hero
II wns that we made our first real
ramp. Fancy a rocky basin about
twelve feel iu diameter and three
feel deep. Imagine this idled with
water so clear us to hr almost beyond belief Think nf Ihis Inviting
fluid, heated to a temperature of nne
hundred degrees Fab. and you will
have some idea of what Nature can
do when she fashions a bathing place,
where weary travellers ean refresh
themselves. How we revelled in It.
Far from us wire the cares of business. Whal eared we fur the world
and its petty troubles.    For wc were
the    small
mother
fawn,
tilt.
liml
ilellcate imprint1, ol a
deer and her
show where       the
dainty animals sipped the life-giving
ilui.l Irom th** rock-bound pool, Intermingled with the clear cut tracks of
the deer ono ean distinguiidi by It .
squurer outline ihe unmistnkenblc impress uf the font of a mountain
sheep, come down from his rocky
fastnesses in search of ihe tonic lhat
Nature bids him seek,
A si iff climb takes oue to
.summit of the range, dividim
Sheep Creek country trot
drained by the White river. To ....;.
tho trail is good may be nccepled as
iriiib in u comparative sense only,
there may be, and doubtless there
are, worse trails, but ihal Is thc
best that can be said of the narrow
track that winds and twists in lhe
most perplexing way along lhe shore
nf lhe mosl beautiful sheet nf vvutci
in Kast Kootenay. A volume mlgbl
be written on the attractions Ihal
characterize this lovely mountain
turn, und yet its posslblltles would
not be exhausted. In gazing over
its plucid surface, relied ing tho
honry mountains that sentinel-like,
sland guard over this minor ol the
hills, one instinctively thinks ..( thu
opening line.*,    ot   Scott's immortal
"Lady of the Lake: I'lio Stag at
Eve Had Drank its Fill." Slowly
wc wound about its hays on nur vv.n
to the camping place al the foot,
and were almost sort)' that it:; beauties were temporarily lost tn ns in
the hustle of making camp for the
night.
That someone had pn ceded ns al
the camping place was evident.
Every woodsman knows or should
know, thai to cut up teepee poles for
firewood is almost criminal. To the
tenderfoot, who does nut know the
labor uf cutting nnd trimming the
eighteen nr    twenty pule*; necessary
boys again, and wc atibutcd for the
sheer joy nf living, ns we splashed I to the proper setting up nf a teenei
about in the rock-ribbed basin, while'it may seem u trivial thing, bul t
the echoing cliffs laughed with us, or I the initiated,    who Hilda as we   did,
sent answering shouts to  nur gleeful
cries.
H may lie that Nature, ever alive
to the welfare of Iter children, fashioned tbis pool, that the wild things
nf the forest might partake nf its
health-giving waters Certain it Is
that tbe timid wood ii.lk have made
it a trysting place Mere and there
a freshly barked tree spnke eloquently of tlie lordly stag that rubbed his
newly hardened horns ugainst its
rough boughs        There in the sand
every pule within reach cut up fnr
.firewood, the case takes on a different
aspect. No words of condemnation
are severe enough fnr the man who
through sheer laziness cuts up the
poles of a teepee setting
At the lake nne mav with all
truthfulness say that he is really In
the White Itiver country. Frnm our
camp we could hear the brawling of
the stream pouring its flood along
its rocky tied. A pleasant sound u*
(Continued ou page font .
llili'v health necessitated
mnitiim o!  huslni       ' *i "
The pleasant p rgatlve eilecl    es
perienord   b) all   who use ■ 'ha  I
lam's    Stomach and l.lvct Tablets
ami   the health]     c Iltlon   ol thi
bod) and   mind   a hich  Ihej create
makes   one   t.v|    [o*ffill,    Snld   by     all
• ii*.    , U   .md  ilr..I. iv 33 tt
Ki.-d ttcevci lefl on Mo daj lot
Uiiidi'iiin i He bos laken ovei tho
Wlndsoi h< lei il Vthalmet from
Ch.iv Cartwrlght and wilt devote lus
attention i" i ia ting II the mosl
populai iti i-i-' ; ace In II ■■ Colum
lun vallej
Good stable to renl cheap \p
plj  Do)  i, I [pi nlil office 19 If'
il | itable to    uut cheap      Vp
ply  Don l. Herald ofllce. 35-tf*
W ll Udridg . . noral manager of
tin- Canadian Consolidated, passed
through town on Tuesdaj. en route
frum Hosmer lo Trail Mr. Aid-
ridge had a verj favorable reporl to
gjvc ot the outlook at Hosmer. There
Is pracUoallj a illmiled supply of
coal in Bight, (if the work al the
Sullivan Mr \ Id ridge Bpoko very en-
cournginglj.
FOK SALE.—Wolf Hound pups.
Apply S. .1. Harrison, Wardner, II.
C. 30-7f
Ai a recent meeting nf the provincial executive nf th- II.C. I'clail
(ip-cers* Exchange it was decided lo
organise n Retailers' association In
Cranhrook, ami, for Uml purpose,
prcsldctil I-:. W. Welsh, ol Vancouver,
and Secretini l(. li Dinning, of I prli
Vancouver, will visit this oity iu Ihej clinic
near future.
lloi STON MEMORIAL.
lhe Herald    acknowledges tho following subscriptions lo the Houston
memorial
,1   C   Pitts, Windermere    . JIM
II   \   Kimptoii,  Windermere im
in forwarding his contribution, Mr.
Kimptnn wrote   "I am very glad to
think   that   there  is  something to be
done fur ,i  re n ie i n be ranee of the Old
Boy, bo  really there is nn une in the
Inter! ( trie province Hint is any
more licner-Ing of n."
WINDERMERE TO BANFF
A Victoria despatch says: sir
Thomas Hhaughnessy, president of
tin- C.P it. called upon Premier
McBride lasi Kridav   morning.   The
onlv new matter which Sir Thomas
bod io discuss with the premier was
a proposal of Ibe (MM!, to build a
scenic railway from Hand to Winder-**
mere in tin* I pper Columbia valley.
Tin scheme will undoubtedly meet
with the approval ot the British Columbia government, and it is understood construction of the line will be
commenced at olive.
Pressmen Foregather at Lethbridge
Royally Entertained by Citizens - Many Topics of Importance
Discussed
Tbe meeting ol tbe Alberta and
Eastern British Columbia Press association al Lethbridge last week
proved a great success in every respect
Much   business of special   import   lo
newspaper publishers was accomplished and the visiting pressmen
were must hospitably entertained
The press of Alberta was well represented, ihe attendance being lur-
gCI   than ever before In    the histnrv
The Social and Moral Reform
Council warn men who are not
legally entitled to be enrolled
that thc Municipal  Voters' Mat
will he thoroughly scrutinised.
The punishment I* severe for
false oath or declaration.
The Ladies Aid or tbe Methodist
church will hold another of their
popular cookery sales next Saturday
in the Salvation Army hall on Hanson avenue al *l in tlie nfternoon.
Tea will lie served and ninny guod
iliiiucs for Ibe Thanksgiving dinner
can he purchased nt reasnnabh
Coine eurly to get guod
Last year many were disappointed' by coming too late.
id lhe assnciatioi
is), Columbia sent
W li. Foster, of
and K. *J, Hemic.
Herald.
Ollieers for the
elected as follows:
W. A. Buchanan,
editor of tlie Lethbridge Dally Herald and retiring president of (he Alberta and ('.'astern Hritish Columbia
Press association, was re-elected
president fur another year. T. W.
Quaylc, Claresholm Review, wns
elected first vice-president; M. It.
.Icnnihgs, l-'dmonton Journal, second
vice-president; K. .1. Deane, Cranbrook Herald, third vice-president.
1). II. Elton, Magralh Pioneer, was
re-elected secretary-treasurer. Motsrs.
\V. M. Davidson, Calgary Albertan;
J. E. Pcmbor. Macleod Advertiser;
K. W. Oalbralth, lied Deer Advocate;
W. fi. Foster, Nelson News ami .1.
II. Woods. Calgary Herald, were
elected to the executive committee.
Calgary and lied Deer were the bidders for next year's convention, tin'
former place lieing decided upon.
After consideration of the president's uud secretary's addresses, W.
V Kerr, of the Itegina Leader and
G. II.   Thompson, of tbe Saskatoon
Capital, who wen visitors to the
convention, hrieily addressed t Ingathering, expressing their sympathy
wilh the aims and objects nf the association.
Important discussions followed un
topics of special Interest to printer*
and publishers The flint papci ■
cussed was one delivered by J. v..
Pembcr, of the Macleod Advertiser.
Another very interesting paper was
that ni v. W. Oalbralth, uf the Hed
Deer Advocate, ..n The Relation oi
the Local    Newspaper  to   .Municipal
the Nelson News, j Questions."   At    tlio     afternoon SOS-
of the Cranhrook jslon, prior    tu participating in    an
automobile run around town, a paper
nailing year   were ; by T. W.   Quaylc, of the Claresholm
Review, on the "Value ol Bdltorlah
.M.IM'., managing j 1" u Country Weekly(M was discussed
uud proved a most interesting topic.
The auto    ride  around town occupied the balance ..I lhe afternoon and
Eastern ilrit
mt two delegates
would he hard to lind a jollier crowd
and everything went with a swing
from start to finish. The success ,,f
the aftair, was in very large meat-au .
due to the geniality ol Chail an
Noursc, who is certain]) a past master in the art of presiding ovei a
festive throng. There was some
excellent    speech    making,   capital
singing and    the heartiest and *•■
exchange    of   individual    vlewa and
ideas
The feature ol Friday morning's
session of the convention was a
splendid and most helpful address < n
the law of libel by U. V. Ives bat
rister, ol Lethbridge. A length)
discussion followed, Mr. Ives giving
opinions of concrete cases or libel
mentioned by Messrs Jennings,
Woods, Davidson and others. Mt
Ives also went over the recommendations for     amendments to the laws
gave the participants a g i luslghl   of libel made by the Canadian Pre!
into the growth ..f l-othbrldge. I association at their last conventions,
lu the evening a business session pointing out which he thought ihev
was held of the two divisions, dailies sh"111'1 '"' »■*■■■' •" vmin' and wh] and
nnd weeklies, at which the tplestlon ■ which they probably would not gel
of job printing prices was rilscussw
At in p.m. both divisions adjourned
to the Alexandra hotel, when- tliey
were the guests of the Lothhrldgo
hoard of trade at a most enjoyable
banquet, over which hoard of nade
President c. 0. K. Nonrse, manager
of the local branch of the Hunk . f
Commerce, presided. It would lie
dtllieiilt to speak too highly of lhe
hospitality nf the Lethbridge board
nf trade, every newspaperman present freely conceded that Uu banquet
tendered thorn was without exception, the must enjoyable affair nf
the kind It bud ever heen their good
fortune   to     attend.      Certainly it
\ hearty vote of thanks was tender,.;
Mr. Ives, and fn reply he thanked tin'
convention for tbe opportunity
discussing the question and offered
if they wished to formulate any recommendations, tn lend anj .i
nucc he was able
The committee on resolutions   nuh   uunclation, (hen
milled  a list    nt resolutions which made to mounl ■
were nil discussed mnl adopted
No. i was nu expression ol the appreciation of the convention to the
people of Lcthbridf-c. the president
and secretary nf Ihe board of trade
W C. Ives and others who had tu
suited iu uakin-g thru visit to l.ctb
bridge one of lhe best limes of their
lives.
No, 3 was to the effect that all officers of the association must he
working inombcr8 of the newspaper
craft, and thai as soon as any member eases in be an active member Of
the newspaper or printing business lie
should cease to become an active
member or officer of the association.
No .1. That representations be
made to tlto Dominion government
towards the removal of tariff duty on
typesetting and typecasting machinery.
Nn i Recommended that stops
be taken to deal with the matter "f
reduced freight rates on paper.
Resolution No 6 suggested that
tin- chalrmnn appoint a committee
to wait mi tho King's Printer of the
province of Alberta in connection
with certain grievances the press had
against hlra
No t; dealt with amendments to
lhe libel law. It was decided to
empower thc president to engage the
services ol Mr. Ives to draft changes
required nnd t<> submit them to thc
attorney-general of the province ol
Alberta and io endeavor to have the
changes introduced into parliament
in a government bill.
No ; aaka the pro. Ini i.'.l proi en -
men I of Ubcrta to make it compulsory for school hoard-, to advertise
their ni.ii.ev bylaws and the federal
government to advertise land notlcei
in the provinces in which tbe lands In
question are stunted
Resolution No 8 called on the government 1.1 establish press rates on
long distance telephone lines similar
tu the telegraph press rates now in
existence.
No. :i recommended thai the ass
lotion be divided Into a dailv and a
weekly section and tbat the ehalrmai
of each section be automatically tbe
flrsl and tbe second vice-president of
the association.
Tb:* final resolutfon dealt with
vertislng agencies, but th** discussion
was postponed until the matter had
been further    .iiscu**s--d at a special
evening session.
Friday afternoon was most enjoy
ablj .'.d profitably spent In visits ti
the Nn. 6 mine ..f the Alberta Hai!
wav and Irrigation company, and the
BUgar factory at Raymond.
General   Manager Naismlth, ot I •■
,\ k. A I. company, personally eon-
ducted the party, providing the train
or their accommodation. The visit
to No. >'< mine was most Inten iting
There one saw quite   tlie   lie*.' ip-
ped coal min? in the vest. From tbe
mine thc party proceeded to Raymond, where is located tbe tug sugar
beet null, that is turning out surh
excellent nigar und providing practically an .inexhaustible market f-.r
the beet product* of the mrrounding
territory.
The party was met at the sugar
factor) bj Raymond KmeM. manager
.<f the Kniatht Sugar rompany, Jas.
!■:. Klliso", manager of th* factory.
and Wallace Cowley, the chemist.
Although, owing to tbe recent rain.
tin* itartfnf up of the factory tor Its
icason's run had been p .-..poned fur a
lay or two, all the machinery was
in motion for thr occasion and the
water v.a-s r -u.i-.l on that* brings the
beets from the iheda int.. the Aral
machines, tin washers, and a number
of beeta s.-nt through. Messr
Knight. Kill son and Cowley each
look parlies through from one end
i:re.it leiihlinn to the other
and from the top to the bottom, CX
plaining the many varied pro-cess.
ol tugar In the making. After all
was seen thai was to tn- sen, I:..-.
Knight i ailed tl ■ party Into a test-
room and presented each with ■
i tall louvenir hag of knight Sugar
rtted en none to help tbetn-
Irom large piles of randies of
three or four dlflerenl kinds, but all
■ iad ■ oui of th, product ol the factory.      Nexl i ni. i ol businrsa   -.a-
■fare your photo taken." several
group pictun i of the party grouped
•bout il- ci |ine ol tbfl train tx-
tl en bv *i Hafton-Canninu lb-
lore h at ing ibe lactory, rounds ol
cheeri wei given loi Messrs Knight,
Klllson and Cowley, the former two
responding lo cries of ••speech'
« Ufa a f.w    well expressed
"glad to    meet   you1 Come attain*"
remarks
When about half wav borne from
the factor] the wh.de party crowded
up into the forward end of the forward coach wliere Mr. Naisinith was
i ate ■ Someone cave tbat myster-
ihun" signal, which bad been
having Bitch a peculiar effect on a
number ol the mosl "distinguished*1
visitors ami leading cdtlscns during
the i i**it of the pressmen. Immed
,,- ij \h u. \ Buchanan, sddresi
Ing Mi Naismlth, commenced: "On
behall ol the members nr the Albert!
,v   Eastern   Hritish Columbia Press
the  speaker     wai
e of the seals    In
mark of our appreciation, so that
when next the newspapermen come
to Lethbridge, you can sec them
when they are yet eighteen or twenty-
miles away and get out of town before they arrive. We, of Lethbridge,
appreciate tho great assistance vou
always have been iu matters of this
kind We thank yon for your assistance in showing these gentlemen tlw
two important industries, coal mining uud sugar manufacturing, and
feel sure the result of their visit w-ilj
be untold g< ml "
Three rousing die. is for Mr Naismlth and a tiger, followed by "For
lie's a Jolly Good Fellow" sung
over two or three times, were then
given, and Mr Nfllsmtth was called
to the platform, to wit, the seat,
ml compelled to sav something In
reply, which l»* did, telling some
things about newspapci printing
lhat the present [generation of newspapermen know nothing, .md express-
g bis thanks and appreciation of
the present tendered to him.
\rriving at the depol three more
rousing cheers acre given for Mr.
Naisinith and thus closed, with thc
wept ii in o( a special huslness son-
:-: ai night, what was declared hy
all members to be the most successful and the most rnjoyablt1 convention in tlie hMor, ,if the \ A R,
It l\t\A
The special evening session was
devoted to the questions of a I'rint-
ers1 Board ol Trade for Vlberta and
Eastern R V and \dvcrtising Agencies Mr .1 ii Woods, of the Calgarj Herald, discussed the latter
question from the point of view of
one who had been actively engaged In
the advertising agencj business
The upsln-i ol tbe discussion
was (of appointment ■■( a committer
that will Investigate all matters pertaining to the wnrk of these agencies
in Alberta and Hastern B c. Lists
<.f trustworthy agencies will be prepared for circulation among the members and united action will thereafter It taken to squelch the numerous
fake agencies that prey upon the
the press of Western Canada.
.. platform), we desire lo
express to you out appreciation ol
vour kindness today In placing this
train al oui disposal and taking ui
out io No ll and to Itaymond. We
appreciate it more thill we eun ir-ll
-.on, .mil We ask you lo accept this
pair «( field    i/la-.-i i  and case as   a
FERNIE BY-ELECTION
"BALLOT BOX BILL" RB-ELECT-
ED HY SUBSTANTIAL
MAJORITY.
Tin* bye-election in Fernie on Saturday re.-*jjt-ed, as generally anticipated, under the circumstances, in
the return ri Hon   W. IJ. l.oss, chief
*-..-* ;.. -..-.•: f lands, bv a pood ma-
•nr.*.. Tin- vote polled being as follows.
Rots .   ..... KCU
Bennett hlJ
There would undoubtedly have teen
a difleren*. result had the Socialists
had the least opportunity to organize
for tbe fight. As a matter of fact
the Socialist! were caught in a surprising *»tat-* of un preparedness At
rlie last moment they rushed Into the
field several outside speakers, including Leader Haw tiV-rnthwaitc, Orfcan-
i er Pettfpiece and E. (irildilc and
C O'Brien, member of the Alberta
legislature As a mattei of fact
tl..- Introduction of these men really
did Bennett note barm than unod
Had the** strenuous advocates of
-■. not put m an appearance,
It i- likely tbat Bennetl would have
weurpit a far largei proportion of the
Liberal vote, as fa-nnett is very
highly respected i. every citizen of
Fernie. As it was thr bulk M the
L.ti-fTals refrained from ihe polls,
those who did vote beinj*. about equally divided between the two candidates
Tne polling In Kernie passed nd
very qulell) Ross had Um advantage of practically a monopoly of rizs
and he and hii lieutenants certainly
left no atone unturned to poll every
vote Prom earlv hi tbe morning
until the close of tbe polls. Mots
himself, was verj bnsj   11- certainty
tiM.k no ci.a-.r.*
not at c.,,,1 Creek, presumably thc
11 r.f the Socialist* different
tactics weft pursued Men* the Ric*,--.
foro i relied mainly upon whiskey.
and the results proved that tbev
rnad-e no mistake, the normal Social*
ist majority being verv appreciably
rednced Reports received from
Coal Cre.-k are to 'he effect that
Rosa' agents arrived in Coal Creek
Reneroosly   supplied   with   whiskey,
which Ihey proceeded tO distribute
with lavi-di hands, sending hack to
town for a further supply when th-*
first lot was consumed. This was
done openly and If Attnrney-Oneral
Dowser i-e honestly desirous of enforcing the law In the matter, with
tin* same vigor ns was exercised in
putting the miners' clubs out of
existence be will experience no
trouble in securing abundant evidence. For some reason or ofher our
Coal Creek Informants do not anticipate any verj strict invrsti-gation Into this open deflnsnee of the law.
WANTED TO BUY—Two or four
Calgary suburban lots for cash direct
from ownei Apply, stnting loca
tion and price, 1' d Boi 1900, Calgarv, Alta 3B.lt* VlJJi   0HA.Nltll.OOK    11 KHALI)
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'^ ,,*'.a*'Jl.*ii   ..J
I  Piping Hot Water Always Ready
for every occasion, with ilu* Kootenny Stuel Runue,
without " driving" Iho lire nr wasting fuel. The
*. onerous firebox ii built so that the water heats wry
rapidly as it posses through the water front, and
gives a plentiful supply. Oiu* bath usually empties
tho boiler heated by an ordinary ran;!,* with tho
result that tin* rest of thc family must wait for more
water lo heat, Not sn with the boiler attached to
the water.front of a
because the Kootenny never fails to hent as much (!
8    water ns is required and as insl. as it ia used,   Thu B  Kj
,$    uearcsl  McClary Agent  will make clear to you Uu: g^
jt-asons  * i'■  vou ought lo .wn a Kootenay.        .*,* bShIjE
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creations in fine Over-
coals, made by the
fauntlcrs in Canada of
liglnjrade, hand-
tailored garments.
The style is the
"PRUSSIAN"-both
single and double
breamed effects—in a
superb variety of
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Syrup of Tar ji
C0DUM01L|
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J. L WATHiEL'.
i      ,JeiMi;'»3l*.   .   .*;.•.**.£
1     !m       «ahma.       /ffi
targe bolUe 35 cents.
Now is thc time when your
cliililrcn are very apt to catch
cold. Thc sudden changes in
.lie weather, thc difference
between school and house and
open air, getting uncovered at
.light, all often lead to sore
throats, coughs and grippe.
MATHIEU'S SYRUP
of Tar an* Cod Liver Oil
should be taken at iho first
symptoms. Children find its
taste pleasant, and it keeps
them well and strong.
Xo better combined cure and
tonic has ever been compounded.
Ask for Mathieu's Syrup of Tar
and Cod Liver Oil.
Where there is fever with the
cold take Mathieu's Nervine
Powders to reduce the fever and
relieve the pain. Tliey arc Fold
in boxes of 18 powders fur 23c.
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tas
DISTRIBUTORS FOR WESTERN CANADA
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Winnipeg Edmonton, Vancouver, Saskatoon.
DOMINION FOREST RESERVES
THE MEANS ADOPTED FOR PRESERVING THEN FROM
FIRE.
Tlie greatest problem (if Canadian
fi.-ii-.stry today is the protection ol
thc Infests frum fire, ami it is one
tlmt tlm forestry branch of the department ol the Interior is trying
hard to solvents protection lias naturally been
more fully provided for on llm fort-si
reserves than on the immense areas
of forest wbicb are still unreserved.
On tbese reserves Ihere is a force of
rangers, permanently employed, who
keep up a constant uml careful patrol of the heal, assigned them. Like
the other lire runners, theso posl up
notices (printed on a patented soi'l
or cloth, practically indestructible)
cautioning ngnlnst ibe setting ol lire,
warn settlers iu ihe neighborhood ol
reserves ngninsl carelessness iu sotting lues lo clear land, or for oilier
purposes, and "Keep lab" on campers and sportsmen going Into tho reserves uml impress on them the need
caution iu the management of
mp-lires, matches, etc.
Hut iu addition tn litis speeial
ensures have lieen pm in
practice on tbo reserves for the prevention of lires. In a word Ibese
isu res comprise the burning nn.l
ploughing of lire-guards, the making
of roads, the supervision of settlers
in the making of (heir slashings and
ihe disposal of tlio resulting brush
and the supervision ol the spark-arresters placed in locomotives which
pass through the reserves.
In lhe early spring, when the s-.io.v
has gone (mm the open eountrj
hut while it is slill lying in the
forest, the rangers burn lhe -jrass
along the boundaries of the reserves, so as lo prevent fires from coming from mil side and getting into llic
rescues. A total of ninety-one miles of such lire-guard was made on
various Dominion forest reserves during UlOO, The rangers also supervise lhe burning by the railways ot
grass and brush along their riiriils-ui-
way.
Ploughed lire-guards are also made
where possible, not only along Uie
boundaries of the reserves hut ulso i..
ihe reserves themselves, in ma'*lng
these guards a strip eight furrm,*-,
v.i.le is ploughed, and un tho danger
side another strip, four furrows wide
and distant from the lirst strip four
roils, is ploughed. The strip between Iho ploughed .strips is disc-
harrov.ed in spring and fall. During
last year lhe Cypress Hills reserve,
in Alberta, was surrounded by n
guard of Ibis description, several
miles of guard being constructed. The
railways have also ploughed guards
along their   lines   where ibese cross
thc  reserves.
As opportunity offers, the rangers
construct roads through tho reserves.
These are found of lhe greatest use-
flllncss in case a lire breaks out. Not
onlj ciin men and supplies be conveyed lo the various parts of the reserve reached hy the road with despatch, but the roads themselves will
often stop a lire, provided it has not
attained a large si/e. Where the lire
bas reached large proportions, the
road can be used tn back-lire frum.
Along the roads, too, the rangers
can more ofllclcntly patrol the
areas under their charge. During
Hum almost two hundred miles nl
rood were cut along ibe boundaries
of the reserves, at an average cost
lor a mad nine feet wide ol 112.73.
Eleven miles of sixteen lout roadway
was also made Into the interior of
iln' Moose Mountain reserve In Sas-
1.au-hi-wan, uud 78 miles of mad
cleared in    tbe I'nrcupine reserve,
Hy these and nther measures the
management nf the reserves is striving to do away with the constant
menace nl fire. Further Informntiot
nu these and other points may he
obtained in the annual report of tlie
Superintendent nf Forestry (espeelal-
lj in tin- report nf the Inspector of
Forest Reserves) which forms part ol
Ibe annual report ol lhe Department
nl tin- Interior, lately issued.
Hoarseness in .. child suhject to
croup is a sure indienlion nf the approach of the disease II ("lintt.-
herlaln's Cough Hemedv is given nt
once nr even after lhe cinupy OOUgh
lias app-eurod, it will prevent the attack. Contains no poison. Sold bv
all druggists and dealers. 38-il
"Win, Auntie, have the magaxtnes
upset vou"'"
"Weil, I've --..I through Ibe adv.r
tihemetits, ami I feel OXBClly as il I
hod been In a party where all the
men come in Ihelr underclothes nn.l
tbe ladles woro only cortcti."
"•Johnnie, you    were nnt in school
yesterday.    Where were yon?"
"I  wenl   fishinn "
"Did ynu catch anything?"
"Nn, ma'am "
"Then step right out In the front,
Johnnie, and we'll lit tbnl part ol il
all right "
Best on the
Continent
That i*1 wuat authorities say
regarding the medicinal rjual*
Itlesof tlie waters ut Halcyon
lint Bprings.
The Sanitarium i*- now under
new management uml but*,
been remodelled from top to
bottom ami now offers every
facility for the comfort ami
convenience of patron**.
Kates $13 uml $18 per week
or $3 pui day and upwards.
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS
SANITARIUM
WM, BOYD, Proprtotor,
Halcyon, Arrow Uko, 11,0.
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I a... **:','..;- .'^eUBatM
A Fortune Awaits You in D.L. 932, Fort George
Will you grasp thc hand that opportunity extends to you in the Fort George District, and be one of those whom the next
four or five years will make prosperous beyond your dreams ?
District Lot 932 Offers Greatest Investment Opportunity of 1910
Hritish Coin tit btn ia rapidly gaining prominence as the richest province in the
1) million ot Oana la. il : immense timber and mineral industries are only in their infancy,
while vast nndeYclopcd agricultural areas comprising some ofthe richest and most productive Innii in tho world nre now attracting the attention <>f settlers.
Up to the present Vancouver lias been the shipping and distributing centre for that
portion of British I .olumbia which enjoys railway facilities, anil with only a small portion
of tho Province , i supply Ins grown at a phenomenal rate. Incorporated iu 1886 Vancouver
lias now a p >p ilation over 180,000.
Hut. during the pist year, a city destined to become the second largest city in Hritish
Columbia has spnini* into being, Its strategic position makes its location equally as
valuable as Vancouver's. This city is PORT GEORGE. It is located in the centre of North
Central British Columbia, aud bo important is its geopraphical position that the Grand
Trunk Pacific has chos m it as a divisional point, and other railways, seven in all, projected
and in the coarse of construction, radiate from Fort George in as many different ways,
tapping tho enormous areas that will immediately be developed now that the railways are
supplying transportation facilities.
Tin iv are over !.■ ■ 0 miles of uavigoble i iv t its conv, igicg ot Fort Get igp, which means
cheap transportation and will prove of untold value to the lumbering industries, as the
timber from tho du ible limits on the Fraser. Neohoco and Stuart rivers can be brought to
the m'lla i  '        I   irjjj it practically no cost whatever.
Tho rivers, too, furnish another valuable assest in that there is su flic ien I foil at - reral
places to furuisli electrical power lo run a large number of manufacturing plants. Think
of what this means to Fort George and
District Lot 932
in particular. Fort George will eclipse all other Western Cmailian citiisii ri i * lyol
growth an.I dovulopmont and with 'Mi us the most desirable business lei alien, ii vol
naturally be lhe most valuable from the investor's stauiljioiut. Those nqunintcd witli the
conditions st  Fori George know tlmt 982 will bo the locality wliere the finest bnsiness
houses al Fort Qeorge will lie built.
A Word To Investors
Thousands ot investors have made fortunes in Western Canadian cities and in nearly
every ease wliere InrgM profits have been made the purchaser bought in the |>i' i ■•!■'.- > of the
town uud held ou for a few years. Take either Winnipeg or Vancouver. f*>r example.
Property that fifteen years ago was worth 126.00 and tOO.lni per acre is now selling al more
than that amount per foot frontage in loll. 'Mi lots will advance iu value more rapidly
than any other city really, for the simple reason that the dove]o].U!< ut of Ile cctintiy i
more rapid and more productive of wealth than any other section in western Canada.
DON'T DELAY and wonder later why you did uot have faith in llie Inline , f  Fi n Qeorge,
The Hand of Fortune is Extended to You. Will you grasp it?
OUR GUARANTEE
\VH GUARANTEE thai tho titles to the lols,,f I).I,. 082, Fort <ieorge. B.C. are guaranteed
!* the Province ol British Colombia.
WE til:\k'.\N 11 I: to turn isl i a good and valid deed to each purchaser of a town lot as soon iis
the total am mill ol tho purchase price is paid.   We hold clear title to our property
new.
OT VK \N I El: to pay all expousefl Imth for time aud money oxponded by any ihtboii,
who upon investigation finds that we have stated anything iu printed literature or
written l.*il**r m jterinlly at variance with llie facts in regard lo D.I,. WM,
UIHRANTBB to return all money paid to ua if conditions are not ns represented in
our printed tunttor nnd written letters.
W
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PRICES $275 TO $375
Per lot, according to location
TERMS: $50  lo  $75 cash, and  Ihe balance $10 and $15 a month
without interest.
TEN  PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR CASH
l-IM \N :iAl. AND REAL
BS 1'ATK BROKERS
FORT GEORGE LAND CO.
12 ARMSTRONG BLOCK
CALGARY. ALBERTA
P. De Vere Hunt, Cranbrook, B. C, Local Agent
rrojrX ■^•i'*9*t**iai
OF INTEREST TO FARMERS
PREPARATIONS     A     POULTRY-
. MAN snot l.n MAKI*; FOR WINTER IN KAST KOOTKNAY.
We will I.i!.i' lirst Un- buildings; tiO
matter the stylo ot Im lid ing*-] used,
whether iiluin or fancy, one thing is
important, Itavo ii air-tlghl mi three
sides, ahtolutcl) wind proof, let the
npritiiii'.'. in- on nne stili1 only iinil you
will avoid dra[la and liy no doing,
avoid also iln- chiel causa of roup.
If your building Is old Rltcol it up
wilh i.i. paper to keep out Uio wind
uml so* ilmi    there un- no openings
under   Hi,1  Wall.
Atler ii cotnluilahle liiiil.litii-, cullies
a clean one, and if uot already i
done, clean out all litter ami droppings and, if a soil lloor, ns much of
this as is louse lo the depth of a|
couple of Incites, nud replace with
Uuil much fresh dry soil, sund if
obtainable, nml at the sunn- time
place for winter use nt least n
Wagon box full per house of the same
under rover to replenish again nt
midwinter. Wash the roosts and
nests well with coal nil or ntlier
iiiseeliei.il- ami whitewash the whole
Interior, using some crude carbolic
nhout a spoonful lo each pail nf
wash.
After Ilu- house has lieen thus
cleaned for the birds, see thai they
urv cleaned for    the hnuse.     If not
absolutely sure that they are freo ■
trom vermin,    hotter go   over every
bird willi insect powder of       some \
sort before putting them in, and also go over all    the old birds,        if .
Showing any signs of scaly legs, with
sulphur ointment after washing well I
with soap and water.     Do not   put '
undersized, anaemic    or late hatched
pullets in with a bunch of good ones,
they will not do anything and   only
overcrowd the others, (jet rid of
thorn at once.
He careful not to allow a sic!,
bird into Die house in the full. One
suffering from a cold may infest tin-
whole bunch with roup before two
mouths.
Keep plenty    ot litter on the floor
and chnnge it often.    I:
use commercial gril  he  •
a supply of gravel undci
linent to last  till Bprll
See to it and gel son
stored before snow con «-
under the must or ou t
board.
Aud one of tbe mo*
things uf all is to gi
a guod largo Bupplj i
for winter, nothing hv
They are clean and eat
no waste, and none of t
tbat cabbage has lownr
A little    attention
lines   and    common sri
will bring   any     sound
you do   not
uro ami fici
:   eOVCt   stif-
irbcnl
alter
iplngs
i Important
t .ui hand
if green feed
its ntangclii
dlj handled,
he niussfness
s spring.
<ii tin- above
i* in feeding
flOOk   nut  uu
the nn.it side ol tlu- ledger
A   It. Smith.
Knit Steele, It   C.
\l\      EXPERIENCE     IN     Tin;
POI I.TRV HI SINI.SS
For $85 no I bough) out Mr. t «.i
iiett's stock id poultry, consisting ol
three ducks nnd dm hundred and
twenty-three chickens, yonng and old.
Which I reduced to nbOUl se\eiit\-lMr
for winter, ami kept Ihem at a lots,
l.n we received nn eggs until
spring.
Expense nt keeping tbrounh winter,
M5.00; eoopt, 176.00. In the uprltig
buili more ooopi uml wire tauclngi
Which OOal m.'iOti, making tin- total
H.B.K.
BRAND.
Buckskin Cloth Shirts
Cannot Rip
Thii aeaUd guarantea it attached to
each H.B.K. Buckskin Cloth Shirt
Your Dealer Sells Them
™k for a moment, you will easily
understand that a chicken bas to
have a certain percentage of feed to
generate lieot, ami feed that creates
at
.it t - m
ntly fr'
ur poultry
rust of stock,    coops, fencing    nnd
feed, SSOO.O0.
Tin hb ■       .tarted laying    In
March, and I ■ nuld nil
expenses and the wheal  f r the folio* |U|     * Bt      ■ h.ib aino.iiit.il to
-ii". .i, ii.  Idi i grit, etc . making thc
i.t .-.,* si Mi "■ 00
Sou   ■        i * ■ I'-**    wi It, Im
laying ever) day, and during
moulting season      there are nlwnji
. ,.  laj Ing t.i pay expenses     The)
laj ft -I to    i». eggs pel dav    it
;.     : •   nnd    with the price .it ttfn
■ ipetitei
Ni.u   i will    say fui feed, I don'l
agree with    Mr, Jill, for I nnd the
't battel the teed, tin- bettri the      n
| sulu oblalaed,    and k vou -..ii |ust
wheal is no good for
for the) must have feed to keep
warm or lhe) will not lay, and
when your chickens do nol lay, they
an alu* *rbin , all their feed to keep
wai in Therefore when you buy
Iml, hit) the best. f..i tin- farmer can
give lus    frozen   wheat to Ins cows
Now fur chicken houses A** everyone seems to advocate open houses,
you maj experiment with them if
you care to, I will not for 1 am nne
of those who have tn be shown. In
.in. c op where water will freeze,
chickens will not lav \ou tr) it,
l have and lune changed mv ways
Lasl yeai I wintered 125 hens nnd
(lit- least eggs 1 received were two
dozen per day. from that -,,, five doz-
.<>. so vmi will sec that a Ittlfl
warmth will nut do anv harm, as
lhe Hotels t'ranbrook and ltoyal can
verify, (ur the) bought them at
tl uo per do eii So if you want
my advice, bave warm coops and
-..ui   will get eggs
I hove found tins a ver) hard climate on chit t ns, i■-.... ■ tally En the
tall when the ins; Irosl comes As
a rule youi chickens gel a cold
which is \cr> bard to overcome. 1
bare experimented with my poultry
until I have found a remed) which is
good, if the chicken has not gone too
lung, for then unless it is a valuable
bird, the best medicine is tbe axe.
There is also a disease whereby
they choke t" death un account of a
gathering in the throat We have a
remedy tor    that wbicb is a      sure
'ite.
The iiost policy is to look after
your poultry, and when it looks like
frost close the doors, so that it
will not aflect them, and then you
will not be bothered with colds.
To overcome catarrah is what I am
siting on now. and when I
oreraome that, I think we can raise
chickens without loss.
Sir.cerely yours,
("has.  Knocke.
Mountain View Poultry Farm,
Cranbrook, B.C.
TO TEST MAGNETIC ORES.
PLANT   To BE   INSTALLED   AT
OTTAWA   FOR   EXPERIMENTAL PURPOSES.
Tbe mines branch of the   Dominion
: ;   ."   enl Ol mines Is installing   an
■■■: u-sunA pUM n. Ottawa
fnr   the    concentration  ol magnetic
:■■-
When completed the plant will
constat of a standard Orondal con-
eentratlag unit, comprising an ore
crasher,     ball-null, and two firondal
ugn tic .separators operating Id
'ai.dem, tlie capacity ol tbe plant
being from J to 4 tuns ot crude ore
pei
Tbe plaai is being installed tot tbe
purpose of testing low-grade rnagne-
tic Iron ''res mnl sands, with the
uew of pro. j'nr, llu-ir amenability to
concentration b) th** Orondal wet
system.
Tests will lie carri**d through fnr
the determination of the toil..wing
points.
il). Estcnt of crushing required to
ml ■■ the iron content n[ the crude
to 85-70 pet cent in the concentrate:
.2). Extent of crushlttg required to
depri sulphur, phosphorus, or ti-
tanlom contents to percr.tales ac-
c-ptable to furnacenicn'
il). Nurntjer of tons nf crude that
ore required to product i ton nf coo-
c**ntrate:
11'    Power consumed pet tun
crud*- on r*.»nccr,t rated
I'uhic f«t of water used
ton of crude nre concentrated*
It is expected tbat tbe plant
in* ready fnr operation about
first week <■( Norember, H10 Tests
will be made free of charge on f'ana-
dlan "Ms but n is requited that
shipments shall !•*• delivered carriage
paid at tbe testing plant ut Ottawa
Shipments   ol ore   fur testing pur-
pi.ses should not l*c less than five nor
more than twenty tons, -md it Is
particularly requested that shipments
be made in baas cuiitaiiunn not
moie than ni.e hundred pounds ot
ore, t<> Le dilate handling.
All communications regarding ar*
rangemenl of tests should be ad*
Iressed t" Eugene tUnnel- I'h li.,
Director, Mines Branch, Departmant
"1  Mines, Ottawa
tt
,, |
will
the
TO I.KT-Kurnishrd rooms in
modern house close to Maker street
Apply Herald ufflee 29-H •I'll K   t'li/VNHHOOK    II KHALI)
ORANBROOK III0KA 1.1>:
Br tht Herald' Publishing Company,
V. J, Deanc, Managing ."ditor.
CSVNSR-JOK. ll. C, October 27,Mil
The
day re
paled,
EDITORIAL NOTfcS
Kernie t.y election lasl Satur-
■sulled us was generally untlcl-
tlial Ross1 majority fell
nf what his supporters
niiilidently expected. So sine
were Ihey that it would exceed 350
Unit man) of Ihem bet large sums
on a majority of not less limn 2-.0
and up to -luu, with the result tbnl
whilst Hoss von out, ho nnd his
friends lost heavily financially. Soc-
ialisl Leader Haw'thomthwatto wus
une of tin- beavj winners, he and
organize r Pcttlpleoe having called
several bets lo the lune of $300,
The election was one-sided throughout. Tho Socialists were cau,.hl un
prepared and bad ji" organization ot
an) kind, whilst Koss' friend*- were
splendidly organized. Then again
the calling on of tho election ■ ■■'■
day following nomination complolel)
dished tho Socialists. Doubtless our
Tory Iriends will regard these tactics
as good politics and congratulate
"Ballol Box hill" on his successful
fooling ol the public. .Iust whal
the) will have to sa) In referetico to
ibe profuse distribution uf whiskey
at ('oa! ('nek remains to bo seen.
In the Interests of temperance Attorney-General Bowser cancelled the
licenses of the miners' dubs at per
ii lc mid Coal Creek, llic question is:
In Uie same interests will he enforce
the law iigaiusl lhe men who engiig
id in the lavish distribution ut iu
toxica ting liquor ai foal ('reck on
election day' We do not hesitate
to ufllrtn that tho attorney-general
will allow ibis gross infraction ol
I lie law to pass unnoticed.
The seventh annual convention ol
the Alberta ami Eastern British Co
liiml.ia Tress association thu' tool*
place at Lethbridge last week, pro*.
ed a mosl Instructive and onjoynhh
nITair. Man) mattere ot supreme Importance to publishers were discussed
at the various sessions, I hough, as a
matter of fact, comparative!) Iltth
time was devoted lo lhe consldern
lion of matters ol exclusive interest
to the pressmen, As with the ll. t\
Firemen's recent cum en i ion, the
newspaper publishers at Lcthbrldgi
appeared to in* far more, concerned in
the welfare ol then respective
clienteles than in their personal en
iicbiiicnt However, matters nftcct*
Ing tbo bam- uf every western publisher's existence, advertising
agents, were discussed and steps
taken to protect Hie craft from the
depredations of these parasites A
most instructive discussion ,Pf the
law of libel, as nffecttng the puss
also formed an important feature ol
the convention. Tbe thanks nf
newspaper publishers throughout ,\l
ber I a and Eastern II *'* arc specially due in Mr. ives. barrister, ol
Lethbeldgc, for bis able papei nu ibis
subject. tin the entertainment side
the hospital ll) nf IjCthhrldgc could
nut have been excelled The visiting
pressmen were made royally welcome
uml entertained in the most lavish
manner, Special mention musl Ih*
made of Uu- exceptional courtesies
extended thc visitors l.\ lhe I.eib
bridge board uf trade, whose prcsl
dent. Mi. ft; k Sonne, and Secretary -Mr. *!. tt. McNIcbol, certainly
proved themselves hosts ol tbo rarest
quality, Air Nourse proved .1 |m-j-
fcci genius as chairman uf tin- ijau-
quel tendered the visitors by the
board of trade. Whatever bis nn
tiuualit) may he. be U certain!)
blessed with a wit Hmt nn Irishman
can excel Tbe fact that be is o
nephew   of the     famous George Ham.
nf tin- C.P.R.    publicity deport men I
Every   mother  ihould   realize
lint the ikin of  her baby U  id
tender   thai   .*■■.-    ii*.cretiot»   of
I tht)   body   often   leai  to   rallies-,
! eruption--, etc., nil of which 111-.*/
bd removed by 2aiu>Buk.    Score!
of restleiii crying Lnb.ei. upon
exam.nation,   are   found   10   be
I (iff JflnfJ from tome form of skin
Irritation nr "beat "    Don't let
the little   one tutfer when /.\m-
Bu!t will cure I
m , 1.   a ■ . •■■ (mau-.-. 01 Avenue,
W11 .iu*a. «>'.■-■ "1 '■'••* |»>oiii tlm
v.ii „• ■ 1 /.iiu Uut ivliun 11ppltt.1l i«
c.ni.iri-ii'-i-iii--. inoiiiuuiul) -u'l'iii olt*-
(..i un md my tab)*! niuiiUi,anUdiMpite
h.I iiu ii!<r-iii.iii<<»* ii-md, Mi.-y rufii-idU)
Iiu, . It...*, hi n Ui HI Hfi11lf.it a li-iuil
mil in r unit «-i (hero for hvo wu ii".
Ait 11 -nn in uml iiie^ Im win no i» in r.
mnl ur uir-rn I «. h.in liume, I was
iiieumlvf ertintr "■imn.Miiknn*lntiiiiiiie-l
a -11 .ply. Tlmoilfc ..tin.
ti»'"-1 -i'ti I
1 •
u--iilt.il In   i-oinpli
■,if . ..-.,■ ■-.  R.ifk.,1
..1,1, 1 riimu.u-v,!
nil-'
ma) nccoutil, in some measure, fm
his gifts iu this direction. Assured
1. our old friend Qeorge Ham would
have been proud nf his nephew had
be been present nt this memorable
bani'ucl Another specially enjoyable feature of the entertainment
was the trip to No. 1. coal mine and
in the Raymond sugar factory, t-in
ibis occasion tbe pressmen were the
guests of Managing-Director Snl-
smlth of lhe A. R. .v 1. company, ol
whose kindness it would he hard to
speak t<>n warmly.
Children's looks, 23c.—C   C, S.
ONE OF EAST KOOTENAY BEAUTY
SPOTS
(Continued irom page one.)
iiiilly and conducive lo a goud night's
rest, hut the lullaby it sang Ibat
night as we camped hy the lake, did
not Booths as ii should, fnr there
van a menacing note in its distant
■mothered murmur, born of the rains
thnt had swollen its proportions tu
the si/e of a spring freshet.
Ue were thinking id the fold and
tlu* danger incidental to lhe crossing
of a rain-fed mountain stream. Our
lun boilings were Justified, fur the
waler was running like n mlllroce.
As our horses struck the strong current uf mid-stream, (he sure-footed
annuals bud In light desperately lu
keep their feet, shouldering the racing water with lhe skill thul onl)
mountain ponies possess. Our saddle
boasts, burdened m uur weight, far
ed worse thiili the pa. k ponies, losing
then  foot ing   etiliieh, until Hinging
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Corby's "Special Selected" is a superlatively fine whisky, thoroughly matured.
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ourselves from the saddles we
eased them uf our weight. We struck
the opposite hank a good two huml-
rod yards below tho point we started
from, wet to the .skin, but consoling
ourselves wilh tho reflection ihul it j
might hnve been worse.
Thnt evening found us encamped ut ,
the mouth of Grave Creek, Here it
was that we bail the pleasure of see-;
hig three wapiti, within a stone-
throw of our camp. A magnificent |
bull and two cows were gazing cn-,
qiilrlngly towards us, the cows with
some evidence of timidity shrinking
behind their lordly husband, as
though seeking to he protected from
the strange two-legged things who
bud dared to invade their haunts.
Witb uplifted noses they searched fot
the mint in tbe air thai to them
polled danger, and as the wind
changed for a moment tlu- dreaded
smell of mail stuote their sensitive
nostrils. Kor a moment longer they
toodi but the instinct of self preservation asserting Itself as their
fear look tangible shape, ihej wheel-
ed and lied, leaving us lost in admiration at the swiftness of their flight.
(lu our way up river we saw two
mure of ibe beautiful beasts, hut as
we bad lust the trail, we did not
spend as much time watching litem
us we would have done under iHITrront
circumstances.
To lose the trail is 11 more serious
matter than wuuld at lirst appear
Il Is nnt thnt one is lost, hut it
means this lu the mountains there
is usually hut one way through and
Hint, of course, is nn the trail. Lose
lhat narrow patch, rough us it i.s,
Irj tn cut your way for miles
Ih rough thick shrubbery, and tangled
forest growth, underlaid with fallen
logs of all dimensions, nud then vou
will he able to appreciate the comparative smoothness of thc path
which you were so energetically cursing a little while In-fore.
We were now in a country that,
were it tint foi the fuel nf its being
a game preserve, cmild truthfully lie
spoken of ns a "Sportsman's Paradise." Everywhere thc tracks ol
animals could Ih- seen. Wapiti uiul
deer, and iu the soft mud of the river bank the greal pads of a grizzly
showed plainly thai old Eph. had
passed lhat way. Occasionally a
lung, sharp truck, like it hat uf an
exaggerated deel bespoke the passing
ol u moose, and 011 one never-to-be-
forgotten hiippy moment, we saw
three nf these glnnt animals. Unconscious uf uur presence tliey fed contentedly, little thinking* that fifty
yards nway two men with tinted
breath drank In their every movement Massive nnd grand, despite
his ugliness, the majestic old bull
wandered slowly tn and fro, nipping
the tender branches of the dwarf
maple with his strung incisive teeth
to grind   them to pulp   between   the
uppoi und nether millstones of his
powerful jnws. Almost fearfully wc
watched the swing of the antler-:
crowned head, and the glint of the
little bead} eye. How suggestive of
strength were lhe great shaggy
shoulders, and Iho thick muscular
neck. What a beast to light wc
thought, ami we felt small and puny
as wc gazed at tlie powerful brute,
an unsuspecting of our proxiniity.
Nowhere on thc American continent
can a region he found where game
is more plentiful than in this East
Kootenny game preserve. Ih it not
worthy of preservation, so that future gen rations may see iu their
native Im tits, the varieties of wild
tilings tin ' In us in tbis favored age
have imt jei become uncommon? The
mnrcl 'IvilUution is fast curtailing tlti- it. nm I our wild game, and
a wise ...Timriil has adopted the
policy necessary I" its preservation,
iii settiiu: aside Ibis portion of counlry, known ns ihe Kast Kootenny
game    preserve Hut even that is
not enough. While Ihey send us out
tn patrol lhe country, uud wc gladly
obey mir unlets, biiviiig the interests
ol the wild things at heart, yet it
may ho Uml some things nre overlooked which a suggestion from a
humble gnmc warden might bring tn
tbe notice   if Hie powers Hint he.
Without forests to shelter them
aud furnish ihe food on which their
life depends, the deer and elk, the
moose and the cariboo, the mountain
sheep und goals, and our much abused friend, the bear, must eventually
succumb.
On the White river and Immediately
adjoining the game preserve, great
tracts of timber are held by parties
on license. Would it be impossible
for our governnienl to buy back
those licenses from the holders, thus
pulling Hie limbet beyond the reach
of the axe forever'.' No sane man
will say Hint is impossible. Many
will say that such a course on the
part ni the government is necessary.
And .su it is Resides, another feature worth considering, ts the conservation of our water* It is an
ncknowledgrd fact lhat forests do
much towards regulating the flow of
our rivers That heing so It would
he good business on the part nf the
govern men I to buy back those timber
lands apart from sentimental considerations.
After the -i\c comes the lire, des-
troving whatever trees remain, and
the wild game driven by tho flames
into count 1 \ wholly unsuitable to
their habits, perhaps utterly devoid
nf the feed necessary In their existence—die of slow starvation In the
inhospitable country lo which they
were forced logo to fight an unequal
batllo with their ancient enemy, the
cougar, and the slower hut still more
relentless foe, a bard winter.
CRANBROOK   OPERA  HOUSE
3 Nights Commencing
Monday, Oct. 31st
MISS VERNA FELTON
AND
THE ALLEN PI AYERS
tl
4F J
■^'" A*
Miss Vcrna Felton
Ptrosonliiil* n now repvrloiro nf hujlVclnBB Comedies mnl Draniim.
OPENING WITH
" The Defiance of Doris "
A N«»- Oumijily   llrnnin  osiieolnlly  written  f»r Miss Pelton by
Horborl Uuslifunl.
PRIiybS' 75C, 50C, ZflC. Belittl*. Murphy Co.
OH!
YOU
FIREMEN I
We know you lire looking
.vol] nt'tfi* our interests in tin'
line of Fires, anil wc hope
everyone in Omnbrook n|i-
preullltea Ihis, Imt if tho oil I-
zons wiinl to iln their |mrt.
each one shonhl see thnt their
winter stoves uro properly set
up. nml lluit any old stoves
ure iliseui-ileil if there is nny
ehnnee of them sotting lire to
your house*.
Wo huve men who ure com-
petent I01I11 this work either
with -Stoves or Furnaces, uiul
we nlso liolievo we have the
liest line of Stoves on earth
THE
MOFFATT
STOVES
nml   when   you  contemplate)
buying thnt new healer,   See
our Complete line before ynu
buv elsewhere,
McCallum & Co
The Hardware Men
Children's looks, 25c.—C. C, S.
Ladies'    Aid    Cookery   5a le,
Salvation Army Hall. Saturday
The following citizens were called
away from their respective business
avocations this week to attend the
fall assizes at Kernie as grand nml
potll jurors respectively: (irand jurors; C. A. Cook, .1. Cbolditch, P, Do
Yere Hunt and \. I. Harrison. Petit jurors; If. .McN'ah, M. MeEach-
ern, A, II. Mullock, W. J. Klowers.
II. Miller, Thos. Sowerbutts, 0. 1
Tisdale. (1. It. Furlong, A. I.* St.
Eloi, K. .1. K. Perry, T, Christian,
K. K. Corrlson, K. Dc/nll. H. Hen
how, W. Lamb and It. s. Chapman
On the 12th inst. at the residence
of .Mr. uud .Mrs. Stlnson, Armstrong
avenue, Mr. Harry Carson and Miss
Agnes Foster were united in matrimony hy the Itev. R, Hughes, pastor
of the Methodist (-burch. A few
Immediate friends of the bride and
bridegroom witnessed the ceremony,
the register heing signed and wit
ncsscd by Miss Florence Pantllng and
L. M. Carson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Carson
will reside iu Cranbrook. In n prev
ions report of this event some re
grot table errors occurred.
Patent
Ripless Gloves
have extra piece* of leather
on the finger-tips, which
hide the seams and protect the stitching. Neat
and Comfortable and
CANNOT RIP
"l.ll'l'lllt ACT, HUH."
(Section 13.)
NOTICE   IS   IIEHICUV     GIVEN
Unit    nil till'    lirst   iluy nl  llrct'lillii*.
nexl, application will in* mailii to
the Sii|n*iinii*iiili'!!i nf Provincial Police lnr a renewal nt tlio hotel li*
cense to sell lujnnr hy ivtail ir
the hotel known as the "l-'ull*
View Hotel," situate ul Marysville
II. I'., in the Province ul liritisli
Columbia.
Dated   this    1.1th   ilay nl I'ctober,
mm.
.1l-5t Chas   E, Klnch
CRANBHOOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTIUCT OF KOOTENAY.
I, Thomas Win. Humes, intern! to
apply for permission lo jiurchase
eighty («ii) acres nl land hounded as
lollows:
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| Imperial Bank of Canada !|
HEAD OFFICE; TORONTO
CAPITAL SUBSCRIBED $5,575,000.00
CAPITAL PAID UP    -     -        5,350,000.00
RESERVE     ....        5,330,000.00
H. B. WIL1C1E, President.
HON. ItOBEItT JAFI'ltAV, Vice-President
Acoouiits   ot   Corporations,   Municipalities,    Merolinnts, i >
\ Pnrinors mid Priviito Iiidivl-luiila invited,
Drafts and Letters ol Credit issued available in any part of ' [
Iho world. ] I
SAVINOS DKI'AIITMICNT     Special   attention ',',
| Riven to Savings Hunk Accounts.    Deposits of $1,110   und
* upwards received and interest allowed from dale of deposit.
Cranbrook Branch: H. W. SUPPLE. Mgr.
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KOOTENAY TELEPHONE LINES, LIMITED
SUBSCRIIlliKS ADDED
327    TEET, .!. s      licsidence
SUBSCRIBERS CANCELLED
kd    JOHNSON, E. I)  '   Residence
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ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
IncorpoMk-fl i ■*■*.*■
HEAD OFFICE  -  MONTREAL, QUEBEC
Capital Paid Up $5,01:0,0011 Reserve $5,000,iico
Total Assets, Over $76,000,000
II. s. 1101/r, Prealilent   ■ K. L. PKASK, General Mnnnger
Accounts of l-'irni!*. Corporations und Individ nol 8 toliclird.
nut if 1 own lni!*iii«iin receives nvery attention.
BAVIKt-I-ri DEI'ARTMENT-DoposIlHof fi.ro nn.! upwards recclvcil
ami Interest u I lowed nt current rate.   No formality or delay In
witlnlr.-n-.iin*.
A lien oral Banking Business tninenclcd.
Cranbrook Branch: D. I). Mcl.AWS. Manager
*************
YES   SIR
'Mir I'lirriiigi** iim. tVagnni tin* mnda of tlieimnninntcHalnR were tlie .vhrt-**
nt the (lun «'iii'iiiitfi--'iNi'.l li** |,nnl Itolierti In South Allien.. YKS ni.d llm-,
wcrti ininiV i.> thn sumo people Tmlliops llrotbenof Orlllla, Ontario, wlm
irunitinw- wurknianshlp .unl material.
YKS vim i-iin »nn- muni'-,- hy luiiini* jmir lirin-irii*-. Ftmir, Kiwi, 11-***, Umioi
nn.l nil kliiileof mill stuff. IfMrnw-.t-oilillii, Blelglm.Cntleui.ttc. fiom ui*.
Rive its n rait nml I laviawU tbatyon i-onuot tit prir* and riuality lo hpinl
U1ITH   »•■•».*. llIT".
The East Kootenay Produce and Provision House
iVorbury Avenue
PHONE 109
Opposite Ihe Auditorium
BOX 891
Commencing ut this posl (being
planted ut tin- south-east corner ot
Lot 8106, Group I, Km»It-nay District), tlience east -ti chains, thenco
north in chains, tlience west " 2"
chains, thence south in chains,
Thos. Wm. itunics.
mii October, lino. :j|-9i
THE CITY OF CALOARY,
SEALED TENDERS will be re-
celvtd by the Commissioners of tbe
City of ralgarv and addressed to the
undersigned, marked
"TENDER FOR STREET RAILWAY TIES AND POLES,"
until the seventh day of November
next, at 12 o'clock noon, for supplying the City with ties and poles
for extension to the Municipal
Street Railway.
Full particulars aud specifications
may he bad on application to Uie
Commissioners, City of Calgary,
marked cheque covering 5 per cent of
the amount uf tlit* hid must accompany eueli tender.
The lowest or auy tender not necessarily accepted.
Dated at Calgary, September 35tl»,
1910.
W. I». Spencc,
83-5t City Clerk.
No. 120
CERTIFICATE OF TIIK REGIS
TRATION OF AN EXTRA-
PROVINCIAL COMPANY.
"COMPANIES ACT, 18K7."
I IIERERV CERTIFY thai tho
"Fort Steele Placer Miniiij*, Company," an extra-provincial company,
has this day registered as a company under the "Compatriot Ail,
18H7," to carry out or eiiret all or
any ot the objects of the Company
to which the legislative authority of
the Lcgit-datiiri' of liritisli Columbia
i'xtends except tbe construction aud
working of railways.
Tin- brad ollice of the. Company is
situate at the City of Seattle,
County of King, State of Washington.
The amount of capital stock ut tbe
Company is One Hundred and Fifty
Thousand Dollars, divided into one
hundred ami fifty thousand shares of
Ono Dolln- rftrli
The head olliee of the Company In
this Provincu is situate at Cranbrook and Roy Martin, free miner,
whose address in Cranhrook, aforesaid, is tin- attorney for the Company, not empowered to issue and
transfer stock.
The time ol the existence uf the
Company is Fifty Years from tbe
30th day of November, Ifl0!». The
Company is limited.
Given under my hand ami seat of
ollice at Victoria, Province of Hritish Columbia, this 20th day of
June, One Thousand Nine Hundred
and Ten.
(L.S.) J. P. HoLcod,
Acting     Registrar     Joint       Stock
Companies.
Thc objects for winch tlie Company has been established ami registered are:
To enter, acquire, own or leuse
mines, niiiiri.il luuds and minm;
claims of any uud every kind and
any interest or concerning
the same, and to prosecute, wort*
and develop the same cither fnr
itself, or for othtr persons or corporations upon such terms and for
such remuneration as it shall deem
lit or proper; and in connection with
tbe working of sucb mine and tbe
products or ores and minerals therefrom, to reduce all sucb ores and
minerals to profitable merchantable
value aud to sell, exchange or otherwise dispose of the same, uud in
connection therewith to contract for,
build, buy or otherwise acquire, own
Operate and dispose ut, all necessary
buildings, millsltes, water lights,
mills, smelters, machinery, roads,
railroads, tramways, terminal facilities, ditches, Humes and such other
property ns may be necessary and
proper lo If J corporate objects, nml
to acquire, own, control, or dispose
of stock of other corporations, ami
to engage in trade ol eveiy kind u>
well us in transportation, and to do
everything else that may Im- directly
or indirectly conducive to any of the
objects of the Company, as well as
to contribute to, subsidise or otherwise aid or tnke part in such opera-
lion, awi
NOTICK.
TAKE NOTICE that m days aftei
date 1 intend to apply to lhu Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works
for a license to prospect for coat and
petroleum on the following described lands in S. E. Kootenay district,
Block 4503:
Commencing at a post planted ut
or near one (1) mile east of the
C.P.R. survey line at the tbirty-
thrcc (.IS) mile post, thenee to
chains west) 80 chains south, 8ii
chains east, 80 chains north to place
ol commencement.
Harry 11. Hughes, Locator,
.1. Livingston, Agent.
Sept. 20th, 1910. 3S-9t THK   OBANBltOOK   IIBHAl.li
VICTOR
. GRAMOPHONES
THE VICTSOLA XII.
A Vlotrolii nt $150.
THE NEW STYLE VICTOR
The Victroln represents the
groutost ntlvniicu rondo iu uijy
musical instrument sluco tlm
Victor wits invi'iili'il.
VICTOR RECORDS
Wn handle ii completo Iim*
Including l In. Double Dim*
Records wlthndilturoul, piece
mi I'lii'li Hiili*. AIbd the
Purple Soul II ii'iIh,
EDISON
PHONOGRAPHS
Prices on Edison Phono-
gruphs   carried    in   Stock
FIRESIDE - S3S.00
STANDARD - $45.50
HOME ■     -     S58.50
TIipso   prices   include    the
New Cygnet Hum.
We iilso carry a complete line
of all  the latest records iu
Two    and     Pour    Minute
Selections.
We have juBt recently received a coniplelv set of
records iu two uud four
minute—by   Hurry   Luuder.
.
CM,I, AND OET OUR UST.
Beattie-Murphy Co., Ltd.
WIIKRl IT I'AVS TO liliAl,
Cranbrook and Fort Steele, B.C.
EL-T1IN
/ ii ** Y-**
WATCHES
nn-'
It's Sure Co Be Right
if the walch comes from hen*. No
nutter whether you buy the
cheapest or mosl expensive in the
place, every watch we sell is a
guaranteed time-kpopcr. Wo invite you to inspect our exhibit of
the new thin model watches nt
various prices. They take up little
more room than a silver dollar aijd
therefore da not bulge the pocket
oiitnsa si^'n to thieves. Have a
look at them.
V. HENRY WILSON,
Jeweler
and Graduate Optician,
CRANBROOK, B.C.
LOCALS
Children's loeks, 25c.—C. C. S.
Arthur Taylor, nl Wilmer, lias been
gazetted a notary public.
Children's tooks, 25c.—C. C. s.
The improvements tn the curling
rink are almui completed.
Children's looks, 25c—c. C. s.
Mr and Mrs. (i. Erickson lelt yes-
terday tor Wilmer
Choice presentation boxes <>l chocolates.—The Palm.
Mayor Kink is up *,t Skookumchuck.
Hi* will I... back Iho nrsl ,,l nexl
week.
Strictly Iresh eggs at I Ittle and
Atchison's
I*:. Mallaudalne nml I*'. W McLaine,
ol iirmiwooil, lell toi Calgarj Insl
ninlil on a business trip.
..ail.es' Aid Cookery Sale,
Salvation Army Hall, Saturday.
A. II. Penwiek anl T T. MeVlllle
have In*™ gatcttod iiicnibrrs ol Ihe
lioard ol directors ,.| tb,* ivu Steele
general liospita!
Children's lool *.. 25c —C  C. s
Miss Florence Harper, ol I'inrher
Creek, who has been visiting Mr. anil
Mrs. (loiner Jones, returned home on
Tuesday.
Nice refreshing apple cider al Little
anil  Atchison's.
Mrs. Gomor Jones and the children
have gone to I'inclier Creek on a
visit to Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. anil
Mrs. M. J. Harper.
Choice nice red cranberries. No
Thanksgiving dinner is complete
without them.—Campbell and Manning.
A fountain jicn has been found ami
brought in to the Herald ollicc. Any
one describing same can have It by
paying for this ad.
Choice Tokay grapes 75c. per
basket.—The Palm.
11. Ii. Bruce, nf Wilmer, has been
iu town tbe jiast few days, accompanied by W. Heath Holland. They
lelt lor home loday.
Five in one overcoat prepares you
In a moment for anv kind of weather.
Price J17.00.-C. C. S.
.1. II. McConnell, editor of the
Saturday Sunset, accomjianied by
his wife, arrived in lown Ihis aflcr-
noo,i, en route Jo Calgary.
Sweet potatoes at Little and Atch-
I son's.
The Ladies Aid of the Methodist
church will hold iheir monthly meeting al the home of Mrs. Cassidy,
al three o'clock on Wednesday next.
We arc overstocked with Fertilizer
and will sell at cost to clear. All
sacked in 180 Hi. sacks.—P. Hums A
Co., Limited. 30-21
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jloy are down
(rum I'orry Creek. Mr. Hoy met
with a painful accident last week,
which has practically incapacitated
him from work.
Five in one overcoat prepares you
iu a moment for any kind of weather.
I'rice $17.00.—C, C. S.
We are headquarters for choice
eatiag ami cooking apples.—Little ami
Vtehison's.
Mr. Charles Corbett has rflunii'.l
from bis father's ranch in Creston lo
settle in Cranbrook.
Children's tooks, 25c.—c. C, s.
Mi .1. !■:. Wade, ol Harden nvenue
is recovering nicely from a broken
shoulder bone recently occasioned lo
a falling tree. This was a narrow
escape for Mr. Wade.
The city voters' list closes at .',
p.m on Monday nexl, October ,'llsl.
Those eligible and not already  regis-
Bi ■*■ iekiWti
:>r
UKE%fCIIT*#K|:ie.
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I *<!*/*,
'//v^ind   ;..,.	
Gold
Nuggets
Made up into Neckletts,
Bangles, Brooches, Tie 1'inB
and Pendants make the best
of giftsas souveniers of Cranbrook. We have now n line
selection iu aloek from
$2.00
RAWORTH
BROS.
Jewelers and Optitltvn*.
[ill'W'll      tllUlllgll       lllOtollll        lictWtCU
Creston, Cranlirook uml joints in
Alberto would have been possible tliis
tall.
Mrs.  H.   It      Blnkley,
nurse, Cranbrook, B.C.
Slatervillc, phono 134.
Front room to rent on
avenue; all conveniences,
price.      Apply   Box    1.
(ice.
experienced
Residence,
;.5-2i
Armstrong
Moderate
Herald ot-
85-tt*
As soon as the work now in progress to the wcstls completed, the
K. T. L. construction gangs will be
engaged in stringing an iron-metallic
wire bctwmi Cranbrook .-iml Wardner, and another iron-metallic from
Cranhrook to connect al a point near
Klko with tbe present Iron-metallic
running from Waldo to Kernie, thereby permitting tbo copper circuit,
which has been In ubo for tlto past
year or so, being devoted exclusively
to through messages.
.John    A. Robertson,  at   tbo old
camp of tbo East Kootenay mill, has
Kor further
MR. CARVER |
YOU WON'T MIND CARVING THAT BIRD IF YOV HAVE
A CARVING KNIFE THAT WILL "CARVE."
MRS. CARVER:
YOU'LL  BE GLAD TO  HAVE YOUR   FRIENDS DINE
WITH  YOU IF YOU   HAVE   NEW   KNIVES,   FORKS AND
SPOONS FOR THE TABLE.
COME AND1SKE OURS.
J. D. McBRIDE
HARDWARE,  CRANBROOK. B.C
tercd should attend to this matter
at once,
Ladies' Aid Cookery Sale, Salvation Army Hall, Saturday.
Five in one overcoat prepares you
in u moment for any kind of weather.
Price $17.00.—C. C. S.
Wm. Stewart, an inspector of the
Federal Life Assurance company,
with headquarters In Vancouver,
stayed nit in town yesterday whilst
en route east, to visit his old friend,
.Mr. tieo. Walsh.
Children's tooks, 25c.—C. C. S.
The marriage of M. A. Macdonald,
of this city, to Miss Lena Bainl,
only daughter of Senator Haird, of
Victoria County, New Brunswick,
look place yesterday at Andover, X
B. Miss Haird is a niece of Br,
and Mrs.  King, or this city.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
become famous for its cures of
coughs, colds, croup and lnllncm..!.
Try it when in need. It contains no
harmful substance and always gives
prompt relief. Sold by all druggists and dealers. 33-lf
Five in one overcoat prepares you
iu a moment for any kind of weather
Price $17.00.—C. C. S.
Owing to the absence nf several
of the bandsmen, the drawing in
of the funds of the hand, advertised
to take place on November Ith, ha?
heen postponed until November 10th.
cleanliness i.s next to Godliness,
therefore use Snap, the great hand
cleaner, makes the skin as smooth as
velvet.—Campbell and Manning.
Mr. and Mrs. ". II. Barber were in
the city on Tuesday and Wednesday
on.i visil io their son, E. 0, Bar-
Iter, of tho Cranhrook Drug nnd
Book Co.
Cookees, two live ones, can handle
one hundred men; clean, smart, capable; free November first; want winter's job; woods preferred; highest
bidder gets us, we got 'em all skun
down here.—W. Douglas Darling,
General Deli very, Calgary, Alberta, ;ifi-2t*
Mrs. Judge Wilson and tbe children
have returned from Nelson for the
winter months. .Mrs. Wilson had to
go down to Spokane this week with
her little daughter, Patsy, whose
eyes required expert treatment. .Mrs.
Wilson will return next week.
Children's tooks, 25c—C. C. S.
Any person travelling on thc Golden road, iK'tweeit Wasa and Canal
Flats, can obtain the best meat at
Mrs. Emery's, .iS-.t*
TO RENT,—Two roomed house,
plastered, rem J7. Apply to .las.
Heigh, city. 85-2t(
\ note book, belonging to one of
nur foreign citizens, wns picked up
on Baker street yesterday. It contains several receipts, etc. The
owner, upon calling at this ollice,
can have same by paying for this announcement.
tinier your breakfast bacon from us
ami have it sliced just the right thickness. It will cause you to avoid
cussing that dull l.ni tv.—Campbell
iiiui Manning.
WANTED.—A good general servant. Apply Mrs. Brymner, l.ums-
deu Ave 32-tt
WANTED—Young couple wish to
rent small bouse (partially furnished
preferred) by Christmas. Apply P.
<)* Box V. 2fi-tf
Kootenay Telephone Lines, Limited,
construction gangs, engaged in the
construction of tho Spokane extension, are now in the vicinity of Aldridge. It Is expected that connection with the Bell system at Kings-
gate will be made about the 10th of
next month.
Five In one—Ilohberlin made fall
nverconts. Price $17.(111. See
the model in our window.—('. C. S.
FOB SAL1..-Heifer, young cow
and calf. First milked, before going
to press, gave l*i\ pints, after calf
using her cow. Priee $130.00. Witness, measuring milk, .J. Lund. Apply II. B. Kirklnnd, P. 0. Box
172. S6-1t*
Regrut is expressed that the government road men found it necessary
to leave unfinished that section of
the ' through trunk road between
Creston and the Alberta boundary,
(but lies between Goat-tell and Kitchener.     Had tbis section been cunt*
three    mares for   sah
iiiloniiatiuii     apply
er.
Hie
;.i;-2t
. Keep mi
Lhe delicate
Your cough annoys y
hacking and tearing
membranes uf your throat if you
want to be annoyed. Bul il you
want relief, want to be cured, take
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, Sold
by all druggists ami dealers,      33-tf
John L. Sullivan, mining broker,
and .1. lloskins, mechanical engineer
of the Kstella mine, situated on the
line of tlie K.C.It., near Wasa, were
in town last week. The Kstella is
valmd at $3,000,000. The property
has a very rich showing in silver-lead
ore, and from development work sn
far done excellent results lune been
obtained.
Brown, while, red,  blue and wine-
colored tooks, for children going   I
school,    worth 75c'. selling nt 2.V.—
c. c. s.
FOB SALE.—Pure bred Barred
Hock birds. Forebears were pri/e
winners. Apply Mis Leslie,
city. .-.-.-It'
A. E. Watts, president of tho
Wattsburg Lumber company, Wattsburg, is arranging for the const ruction of a logging railroad whieli will
tap 50,000,000 feel of fir, cedar, yellow pine and larch on limits which
he owns near the boundar*, line in
South East Knootenay.
Private kindergarten, .Miss E. M.
Stark, Toronto Normal graduate,
Norhury avenue, 'phone 281. Hours
2 till -i. 30-11
A (luelph, om., correspondent
writes: Mrs. W. F. Doran, of Cranbrook, B. C, has been a very successful prize winner at the fall fiiirs,
capturing first pri/e for best lady
driver in the largest Indies' class
ever seen around hero and third
pri/e for saddle horse, winning great
praise from the judges by ber clever
bandling of horses.
Brown, white, red, blue and wine-
colored tooks, for children going to
school, worth 76c. selling at 35c—
(V c. s.
A special meeting of tbe city council was held on t Monday evening at
which Mai or Fink and Aldermen
Jackson, Patmore and Hunt were
present. Letters frnm the superintendent of temperance ami moral reform and from the attorney-general
were read and referred to the city
solicitor and the legislative committee. It was decided u* go nn with
the new city hall and complete same
this year. Tenders f*-i which will
he called fnr immediately.
Brown, white, red, blue and wine-
colored looks, for children going tn
school,    worth 75c. silling at 25c—
Kev. J. p. Wcstman preached to
large congregations on Sumlay last
in the Methodist church, and lectured
PEOPLE WHO MARRY
IN HASTE
Often have the oxpe
liy the proverb of •■
sure." The same argi
foietliougjit a phi lea
ItANUK. Buying ti
mean* tlmt, for hell.
are wedded toil for life. I
to be a good stove, tli.it
time of eoiiifoit, ni lien I tii
conking, ami of economj
on llie other l.n ml, yon
with a |unm nn.l iiiifuu-:.
an.) heater, there in no .
ream of iliseoiiifort nud
'allow. We believe we •
Range** sold any where In)
The Monarch Man-..'
Alta- and (lie Keoten
marry yourself inli.i-.ti- to
range or stovo, ami repi
when you SCO Imw until
neightior Im* .lone hv con
i*o promised
wtlng ni lei*
it in favor nf
choosing a
go geuorally
worse, you
i it hftppepi
mOAits ti life
fr proper
nf fuel.    If.
nio Mi.blU.l
■loty cooker
imputing the
ivnsto which
irry the host
io Dominion.
'-'"Sack-
ay. _ Don't
■onto tnfeilor
it at lolinro
It-otter your
ni* tn ui!.
PATMORI: Bros.
"The Range Store"
We Invite You to Look
Over Our   Stock of
Womens Wearables
Wc are offering something Neat and Stylish
in Suits, Coats and Furs. Our Stock is now
Complete and the range we are showing is
worthy of your consideration.
ll Egjl   Ladies'  CoatS, lull length and extremely graceful
All colors.
$9.50 to $25.00
Ladies   SuitS, Very handsome in all Styles and Colors that are sure
to please.    Special Suits at
$18.50, $20.00, $25.00
New Arrivals in Footwear
All the   New   Styles  are   to   be  found  here—
Something out of the ordinary.
Our felt Slippers are here now nnd you will find
the different styles extremely dainty and very
comfortable.    Prices to Suit Everybody
45c. to $2.50
McCreery Brothers
Cranbrook's Dry Goods & Clothing Stores
; WaaW.fk. J^ Jz^am
ymm
BE ON THE SAFE SIDE
In iimkinj.' your purchase of
soft drinks. Buy where tin*
r,*|iul»tioii nf purity anil
nhoiesoiueiiess li'isin.iili* the
lievenij.'.* the kin.I tn liny,
OUR SOFF DRINKS
Aro acknowledged liy nil in
In.* the 1m*sI. You will ninny*. Uiul iu them nu excellent assortment of Aurora,
-lust kiv|, u fi-w bottles ou
ll.'lll'l it's L'1-ixl.
East Kootenay Bottling
Company
(.. a crowded cliurch on Monday evening on "Ireland and the Irish."
Solos were rendered by the follow mu:
Miss Finnis, .Miss McNeil, Miss Pttst,
Mr II. Kendall. Mr. T. Sowerbutts
and Mr. Racklyeft The choir rendered n good musical programme on
Sunday evening, which was much appreciated.     Mr.   West man lelt      no
Five in one—Hobberlin made (all
overcoats. Price $17.00. See
Uh- modi! jn our window.—C   ('   S
Private kindergarten, Miss k m
start, Toronto Normal graduate,
N'orbury avenue, 'phone 2n\. Hours
2 till I, 30-11
Slewart Tliynn. late of the Coa
has purchased Sawyer's lunch counter on Baket street and will l:e glad
tn receive a continuance of patronage
from past and present customer!. :,i;-lt
Mr.    J,    (f     McCallum yesterday
■ceiwd the sad intelligence of the
death o( liis youngest daughter,
Catherine, aged 13 years, at Vancouver, wliere siic bad been residing
with her mother for some time pnst
for the benefit of her health. Mr Mc-
Callum, accompanied by his two
sons, .lack and Alex, left on the
Flyer in tho afternoon for Vancouver, ffhen the Mineral will take place
nn Saturday.
Five in one—Hobberlin made fall
overcoats. Price $17.00. See
ihe model in our window,—!', C   S
Hip hock Hong boa purchased tin
business of i.e-* Chung, Including
house and lot In Chinatown- On
Novembei inl Lee (.tag will lir   at
SNAP IN FARM
LANDS
313 ACRES,   3  MILES FROM
CRANBROOK
30 Acres uuder cultivation. Balance all
level, Lake on farm Wood enough ou
farm to pay for lend. -*uiall Frame
Honse ami Stable.
PRICE: ONLY$1Q PER ACRE
CASH SALE
Wili consider other terms.   .Make nn-an <nfi*r.
FRED. A. RUSSELL
B. C.
BOX 144
CRANBROOK
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:! THE QUALITY STORE
The Best Pays
Crockery, China nml  (ilnssware   overy nook ..nil corner
seems (<► !>■• lillitl in this department but we must have mon'
I \   room for Christinas gootls.   So look ont for prices thai jron
niii't jitFunl to miss.
CAMPBELL    &    MANNING
iii-i former premises wIktc he ' will
pay any accounts due ny bim.
Creditors are advised to take note
of this announcement and put in an
appearance on the date mention-,
ed. 35-St*j
Five in oue—Hobberlin made fall ;
overcoats Price ji: no. See |
ihe model in    window -('. ''. s
E. 0. JOHNSTON
HORSE SHOEINC
GENERAL BLACKSMITHINC
CARRIACE AND
WAOON WORKS
CRANBROOK STREET
cran'brook land district.
district   of    south   east
kootenay.
TAKK notick that ti„. Bridges
Lumber Company, Limited, intend t-i
apply for permission to purchase the
following descrihed Undt-.-
Commonctof at a post planted at
the mirth-cast corner of Lot .'iftflU,
thence following Lot SI easterly U"
chains-, thence south 2*i chains, thence
Ifi chains, more or less, to K. ('. R.
right-of-way northerly to south-east
rinht-of-day northerly to south-east
rorner "f Lot 8060, thenco north
following eastern boundary "f Lot
3060, to point of commencement, containing 10 acres, more or less.
Dated at Fort Steele, B.C., this
32nd day of nclnher, IWO.
The Bridges Lumber Co, Ltd.,
.1   1   Bridges, Locator.        .Ui-.it THK   (JUAMM'OOK   HJCHA1.D
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL. D.,  D. C. L,  President
ALEXANDER LAIRD,   General M4NACKH
PAlD-lii' CAPITAL, $ 10.000,000     RliStRVE FUND. $6,000,000
SAVINGS BANK'DEPARTMENT
Interest at the current rale is allowed on nil deposits of 51 and
upwards in litis Department. Careful attention is given to
every account.   Small deposits are welcomed.
Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons,
withdrawals to be made by any one of them or by tho stir-
tool  FuH and ch ar written instructions as to who is la make
'   lhe withdrawals should always Ix; given to the Bank' when
opening accounts ot this nature,
R. T. Brymner, flanager Cranbrook Branch
CHINA'S PARLIAMENT
UlVANl'l*:   OK I'UXSTITIITION'Al,
ClOVGltNMENT IN CHINA.
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80 ACRES
About Two Miles from Cranbrook.
3 Acres under Cultivation and Cleared.
1-2 Acres Fenced.
8 Buildings.
Good Spring.
Creek Close by
PRICE $12. 50 AN ACRE
i   Apply to EASY TERMS
j BEALE & ELWELL, CRANBROOK, B.C.
♦ PHONE 20        •        PHONE 29
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Planted  Fruit   Farm ♦
For   Sale j
\ mill., frmii Cmtibrunk, block No, I. of ♦
Cranbrook Irrigated Fruit Lands      *
Contains u ncroa portly cleared nml planted
with .V.i Apple Trust. 100 Small l-'ruii nml
5011 Strawberries. Clood Houbo IU •< 2-J,
Hunt ll.iii*,.*. Well, Irrigation Ditch, and 50
cords "f wo nl *
skid.
iiu*
Price $1,200 oa Easy Terms
VI*I*I.V TO
Wilmer Agency Co.,
WII.MEk, B. C.
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li Isn't it que ti- -i r.lnne of whether you
wont o better Bala . • ■•'■ ;i hard condition
nf liiu thnt you must face to protect yam*
te\i and tli-oso dependent upon you.
Vi i can'i stand tt'U-At yi i\ don't want
to »:■■ backward, j"ou must go forward—•*■
thi; i . . : .'■■ * i". nt* re,
Barnin**> mure means holding n better
poslUon -^independence, happiness, *■■*. I n
clionce to ; rovido for t',-.* future. i^|	
Thousands up -i ■'.■:.:,!, who once luM low,
poorly paid positions now earn high salaries tu -i
rirs-jlt <■[ letting Die 1 .. n\ \ ■: '■-. w. Corrh i<*\:<-
BMCi Schools slmw them ho? to w compliili the
change. Daring la t year about 1,000 students vol*,
untarily nportcd [ncreases in salary amounting lu
over twj mUUon -i'llars! Every nv nth onaverageof .j m ten voluntarily
roport lo in :..i\ incement In •■-■it.-ii and **irning \V1iy m l make
YOUR sturl t:.i- monthl
H0WT0D0IT
Pimply mark on Lhe coujwm    ' i>>
tlu* position you wish to mure,
Uien leaf out and in.ul the coupon
to tlit-- International Correspondence Bchools, Thii puts jou
under no ol ligation whatever but
allows nm expert! to adapt a
Course lo your Individual needs
nnd rircumatancc
lew've got tn vara more mnn-rj,.
fhet. C.S. will help you.
Witt you take the start lotto) f
isiissMiv.ii cos--:--oil...*.;, schools
Im 'it*. ii*iiA*-ti-i;i. PA,
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The living room is tin* om room in
tin* In ni se which, nl-«\e .ill oilier.,
should l-v lit uil.i ami cheerful. It
any room must he nt'jtlei liil, let it
Ir tin* liking room. Have here re
fitiH pictures, plenty of hooKs and
current It tent lure, This is lhe place
for tlicpinii". ihr moil romtnit.ilil"
chairs ami CotJ corner*. Within the
prcrlrnt** ni inch n mom row mav
shut out   ti.** world ami forgel thai
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there un* anj trouble! in bear. Thr
character ni a room depends upon lie
wall decoralton, Its carprta, iis pic-
turn ami lla curtains. We should
in- careful lo have theoe ol ih.- right
km.i as all othcra ar.- mere accessor*
irs. "Wi mold iml afti.nl oipcnalve
Hunt-,*.." said a new!j marrN
rniipli', "sn we chote thc mmfnrUthle
onca,"     ami  Ihis   iiha "cotnfoit"  Is
il.*' Rcrel ut all room furnishing.
S|)('ciiil correspondents of the Loudon Times give the following particulars of tho opening of tho Chinese
National assembly:
The National Assembly opened <-n
Monday, October 3rd,
It is liuit'li remarked that the assembly was opened with little pomp
ami ceremony, und that tlu- foreign
missions were not Invited, as if tlie
government was anxious uot to attract great nl ten tion to the beginning   of   its    constitutional experl-
NH'lil.
It is significant thai the seml-olll-
clul Dailj News, in a leading article,
favors il»* widest extension of authority in a future parliament. A vernacular newspaper states thai the I <VW1*C
Itcgenl is impressed with llic
Blrcnglh oi Uie popular desire for the
acceleration of the preparations for a
full parliament, ami Dial In* has
decided to shorten thc period of pm
ballon ami lo convoke a legislative
assembly within threo years.
liy tin*    Inauguration   of the "National Assembly" constitutional government     in   China   lias     advanced
anolher   stage.       The-   first     edict
iuiilioti/liig    the  creation of a "-National Assembly" was Issued on September   un, 11107.       Prince 1'u Lun,
whu represented    China nl  lhe     S!
iis   exhibition,    ami the   Oram!
Councillor Sun Clila-nai, whose death
was   recorded last year, were      appointed  presidents with orders       I.i
draw   up the   necessary regulations,
Tin ir memorial, giving effect to these
instructions,   was presented in    due
course, and received imperial apprm
al nn .Inly 8, 11108.   It quoted   from
the classics to show   that the   principle of according to the people      i
share   in the    discussion of go
ment  mailers was familiar to Chin
'se thought, ami that the root    id-.
"i a parliament was not new. Advin
must  he   sought   from   the people   in
order   lo   ascertain    their   desires,
hut  the law-making power must absolutely and fur ever lie the prerogative of the emperor. Parliament was
lo Im- used for obtaining    the     hesl
advice     possible, hut     Its proposals
were to be advisory only, all actual
powers remaining with the emperor.
The memorial containing    the   full
regulations   governing   the assembly
received imperial sanction on August
:!-(, 1010.    Tbe National Assembly is
Hie foundation of the houses of parliament.       Although   Jt is a    single
chamber, il contains the elements of
two chambers.     it consists of    ri
prescntatives   of   certain    privileged
lasses who will form the basis of an
ipper chamber, ami nt representatives
Irom the provincial assemblies   who
will form the basis of a lower house.
Subjects for discussion are arranged in categories: National Income ami
expenditure and the preparation of u
budget;    methods   of taxation    and
public debts, new codes, which musl,
however,    he approved by  the     emperor heforc heing submitted to   the
issenilily,   uml,    finally,   any    other
fpicsttons whieli may be presented direct from the throne.
When the assembly bas agreed upon
ii resolution, tlir presidents, in COtl-
lultatlon with the grand council, or
with one of the ministers of state,
must memorialize the emperor,
whose approval embodied iu an edict
is essential if the resolution is to he
.i.en legal effect, if the grand council or ministry disagree with the
Ibiding of lhe assembly Hie question
al issue must be again discussed by
the assembly, and if there is still
disagreement the eonllieting opinions
must In* submitted to the emperor for
his decision. Members of the grand
council or members of a ministry
may la* present ut a discussion to
express their views, but they have
no vote. A two-thirds majority may
request the presidents to memorialing tin* throne, protesting against unlawful Interference with the assembly
by a member o| tbe grand council or
ministry.
The relation of lhe national assembly to the provineial assembly is defined. Should the vote of a provincial ussemhly not receive the assent of the governor, and after re-
■lisrussioii should there still be no
agreement, tin- question at issue is
to lie siihmitted to thr national as*
■embly, who will discuss it, agree
upon ii resolution, and memorial)**
tho   emperor     accordingly Com-
plainis agalna, » viceroy or governor
will Im* dealt wilh similarly. Petitions from a diinese siibjei't not a
member ol the assembly on a matter
of public concern may lie received
by the aasembly through «. fellow
country member, hut no petition
mny lie presented more than onee in
a session. Sessions are to lust
from the first day of the ninth moon
to the first day of the twelfth moon
tin this vear from October 3 to January I), hut may lie extended for
another month. (Extraordinary sessions may Ih- held at the request
of a ministry of slate, or nn the
motion o| the presidents uud vice
presidents, or on the petition Ol
more than half the members. Muring
session a discussion cannot he held
unless two-thirds of tbe members
ate present. Tbe vote nf the majority of the members are present.
The vole of lhe inajorltv is decisive,
hul mi measure ean he proposed unless thirty members are in favor ot
it
The National Assemhlv ran Ih*   dis
solved hy edict if it passes a resolution which brings Hie government
into conlempl or is injurious lo public order and pence, or if a majority
of members continue to disobey a
summons to attend. All expenses of
presidents, vice-presidents, and members are defrayed by tho government.
11 is Incorrect to call this assembly a senate; it is more than a
senate, for it contains the nucleus of
a two-chamber parliament. Its deliberations are hound to ho of Importance nnd lo ihrou llghl upon
much t Im l is obscure In Hu* Middle
Kingdom. Tbey will bo followed
with sympathy by all interested in
iloudopmeul   uf   constitutional
ni.
LMBBRJACK'S PETITION
•■•OK     UKTTMIt   HNKOHCl'.
MIONT OP TIIK "I1KALTH
ACT."
TheLONDON DIRECTORY
term isitttO   avntau.y)
Krniblee traders throughout the world
to communicate diroet with   English
MAXt.FAOTl'ltl'.I.S ami D13ALI2KB
in each ulais of goodB. lleBidos being
a complete commercial guide to London and Its suburbs, the directory
contain a lists nf
EXPORT   MERCHANTS
wllb  tlu; Goods  they ship, nn d the
Colonial nn.l   Kotoign   Markets they
supply;
STEAMSHIP   LINKS
iirinnged under tbo Porte towlilch they
ifiiil, uml in-liiMiin-r thu apptuxiinate
tin 11 ing i.;
PROVINCIAL   TRADE
of loading Manufacturers,
ofc, in tin* principal prow
nnd industiial centres <
Kingdom.
A copy of the curtem ■
forwnided, height pui.I,
pet-liil Order lor 80s.
DealuiB seeking Agem
Upo their Undo enids for
advertisements from 110a
A movement is
employees of Ium
Columbia to hn
of Hie governm.'
providing better
ments in the
will sympathize
who believes lb
Hie best possible
mi  loi
Hie
l among   ilu-
iips in liritisli
Ihe attention
necessity   for
sanitary nrrnngc-
enmps.    The public
Willi lhe lumberjack
ui he is entitled   lo
care of his heal Hi
NOTICES
MoichimtP, 1
u'i.il towns
f ibe United |
iillilonwlll ho I
on   le.'.-ipt of ■
ies inn ndvei
80s., oi larger
BE  A   WELL   MAN
if Mm uro Hick, BiiffoiliiB from nn.v ills-order, wo ean
uiirii ,vmi -I'llltiOANI'N'n.Y. Von do not bave to
lingor. Biifforliia from r-launBu, Ih'oiiiibo \yu aro mcdbal
HpielnllHlH willi 111111.v yoni'H1 nxporieiici- trouting iu.il
curing biii'wiiwfiilly .ill iiiuii'b iIIiihibch.
Honest  Treatment
A  Sure  and   Pcemanent Cure  in
All   Diseases  of  Men
Nitv-mis WcnkilCSB, Vnrlcosc Vchu*, Mydnucte, Itlood
tuiil skin Disorders, Sores, Ulcers, Miin v, Itlailder, nml
Ri'dnl UisunliT*.   (uni nil SpL'dnl Ailment'*.
.■iiiuti.Mi   tn   men.
l.i-si   Atmlomlcnl   Musouni   in   Un
CONSULTATION
U" yuu eniuiol
oiiiu In Spokiuu
write tor our fr
for fur (.'01*811
i* boolilot,
Noith-wcBt.
FREE
ill ion ii
The London Directory Co., Ltd.
25 ,iHtinr..ii Lane, Lnmluii, P.C.
iml well-being thai can he provide,
bj modern sclenlillc knowledge. The
trotiblo in those camps which have
nol provided properly for their cm*
jiloj'ccs is that camp cquipmcnl was
designed many years ago and has not
improved as time passed. Coinpar-
c-ri with the possible comforts, the
camp arrangements of today are
slill far behind the times, says the
Canada Lumberman. There are, it
is pleasant to note, many camps
which are splendidly equipped, hut
lhe lumberjack ought to he certain of
meeting proper sanitary condition,-!
n any camp.
The case of the employee is     well
pat in   tlie petition whieli is now   in
Hie hands of the   provincial authorities at  Victoria. Complaint is made
Ihal "The Health Act" is not    enforced with   regard to   the    lumber
camps of British Columbia.        It is
slated iu Hie     petition that section
'ill of the   Health  Act  was amended
so ns to read: "The health officer of
any municipality, health district   or
outlying district shall in every year
in the month of   April or May visit
all logging,    lumber, railway,    sawmill and     mining camps in their dislriel and examine into the sanitary
conditions thereof, and shall also examine     lhe     water     supply of suid
camps."      The petition points   out
that "so far as thc health and well-
being of this great army ol laborers
ami nation-builders     is   concerned,"
this legislation    might as well never
have been passed.       The petitioners
ask    the attention of the legislature
to what    Ihey  describe as   "the   deplorable and utterly insanitary conditions Which     today exist in the log4-
King, limber, construction and mining
camps   everywhere   throughout    tlie
province," imperilling the health    of
the loggers, and threatening some   of
tbe most important Industries in the
province     Enforcement ol the existing   law     is asked   for, and amendments are asked for  to secure    tbat
(I) "bedding owned hy   the company
he made subject to  sanitary inspection,   dealt     out    to   each man on
joining the camp   nud   charged     to
him. with rehatement ol cost        of
same on    his    departure;   (2)   bath
houses    and   wash houses   to he at
least all feet from hunk house,     and
to Ih* of modern construction,     and
so   furnish to     thc     while laborers
Conveniences which today are provided in many camps to Hindoos    and
Chinese;    (3) modern     and    sanitary
bunks with     springs aud mattresses,
and     comfortable,        well-ventilated
quarters     for tbe   men; (1) a fully
equipiH'd medicine   chest wllb hand-
ages    aud   splints;    (5) launches or
boats iu every   camp to take the In-
lured or siek at once   to the nearest
hospital or   doctor, instead of wailing the   call of   the    regular boats,
which are in many cases one a week;
Hi) that it shall be unlawful to   pay
lhe men otherwise   than in cash, or,
ir ibis lie inconvenient or imposMhl.-.
hy ordinary hank cheque or        time
cheque,    payable at par and on    do-
maud   at     some   bank   or reputable
place of     business   in     the nearest
town or cily, and that the men shall,
in any event,   receive    on departure
from   camp full cash transportation
to lhe said town or city."
We are overstocked with Fertilizer
and will sell at cost lo clear. All
sacked in ISO lb, sachs.-P. Hums A
Co., Limited. ;-**-2l
FOR   RENT
CHEAP
Large, cool,   dry   storehouse,
very sate, double doors, no entrance, except through private
yard.
Apply at Herald Office. 17-tl*
Dr.   Kelley's   Huseum
210 Howard Street, Spokane, Wash,
Jiiiits»-a-i-rtv**»*i-tTO . I'dUBa •
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Hotel Cocur D'Alene
Spokane, Wash.
A NEW AND
MODERN
HOTEL
A modem
(KtJHOl'KAN.
iqdipped Onto ii'.
■ni
Itates |1.00 nnd up pel day
Corner of Unwind Si. ami Front Ave.
Our bus moots all trains
The Coeur D'Alene Company
i-uoprikTous
J .C. Callahan, Mgr.
Stoves    and    Ranges
• Iiiivo jusl |
Stows, Aii*
Wooil,
ll,' ll   ill  Sllll'li  11   1
1 ll*III   II.,*.!. I*-.  Ill
'1' ('Olll ClHIlllillliti
A   I.l
mil AHKOIITMl'-NT   1
lull
nml I
I M. ll'.il i* Nil
. Wuil limn
oul l.urnim.
IS  Al I. THE AllOVB.
A full lino of C
nl  Iiu
Dili' 1*1
•  j;. u!s.
| J. M. Agnew & Co., Blko, B. C. :
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I A Good   Home 1
OVER 85 YEARS'
PERIENCC
Hn»nnt<i*n"It*|-n fit *-tr!
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OOPYRtGHTfi 4C.
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ci'iil frif. o:*iii( ri-r-n ■- fi r«*   •ii.*-.- '.ii'---.
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l*i-.-fill rotitt, wif h.iui i ...liv,'. lu ll.!*.
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is whal is dt»nr to every mi.mi. A boino
is whore Pence, Ootnfort, Contentment,
anil Plenty is ton ml That is tho reason
mon throughout British Colum bin, whoii
"Crnnbrook''is mentioned think of the
ovisions -.Ins. Ilrnttll hns mnilo for uu
ideal homo nl Hie
lir..
Canadian Hotel
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THIi
QUEEN'S HOTEL
11. I,. BTF.P1IKNS, I',,.,..
CALGARY, Alberta
The Hotel with "The deputation"
You'll get your Money's Worth.
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Scieriflfic JMcatt.
A haiMlKitrrlr lllnrtrat-il wi*-*W-. Ut*i***I Hr-
> uluiou ol mij -..-i-LMti.' )...i:.*'. Itniu i..r
('■niilft, (.1*"" i. *"'■'•"■ |v*tiiP.' |i>i'iil. .'.onl by
nil i-enMlt-tlt-iaV
MUNN«Co.-"""'*" fir.v.York
Bi-aMirh om.-fl, CTS F »U Wubltiflfofl, 11. IX
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
tbat thirty days alter date i Intend
to apply to the   Chief Commissioner
of Lauds nud Works nml to llic Assistant Commissioner of I.amis and
Works for tliv District of East
KtmU'n.iy, for a license to prospect
lor coal and petroleum ou the following tlesciili.il laud:
Commencing ut n post planted   nt
the S. W. corner of Lot fillO, thenco
ISU chains south,    thence Ml      chains
cast, tlience HU   chains north, theme
su chains west to place of hc£inning,
containing 640 acres, more or   less
It. (I. Ilelden, Locator,
Maine I.auicroux, Agent.
Located Aug. 20til, 1010.
Commencing nt a pnsl planted al
the south-east corner of Lol IIlit,
thence Nil chains south, thence 80
chains wost, thence su chains north,
thence wi chains cast lo place ol
hegimiing, (ni. ta in ing liiu acres, mora
or less.
A. E. Wayland, Locator
Datlco Lnincroiix, Agent.
Located Aug. aoth, run.       ;ti-i.t
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It is tin* Slum* Plnop
Tin* I'liii'i* tlmt is Popular
liooi! ns tin* lli-st
Better llinn tin* Resl
The Cosmopolitan
you conn* once.
ii will conio ngnln.
CRANDROOK LAND DISTIUCT.
DISTRICT OF KAST KOOTENAY.
NOTICE Hint lia>i!* Moot Port Steele, llrilisli t'ii-
in*ii|i,itiuii Tcamstrr, In-
• apply lot |ii*riiiissinii      in
iln*  lollowing    dcsorlboil
TAKK
Kai-lirrn,
lllllllilll.
ton-Is   t
putchnso
lands:
Comnionclnjt ni tin1 norlh-wcs. cot
tier nf     l.nl   I I.i, thOnCC ROIltll lo till*
Kootenny river; llieiiee upstrc&tn lo
a point ilnc viest nf Un* point uf no-
ginninK; thence to Hie puinl nf    bo-
Bllillllitt-
Davis MeKiieliorn.
Dotcrl     lleluliiT     30th, A.    D.
nun so-oi
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF EAST KOOTENAY.
TAKK NOTICE that .lames Harper, of Rofislaiitl, II. .'., oeciipatlnii
.Merchant, Intends to apply for permission tn purchase Hie f,,l.,i*.*. in *
described lands:
Commencing at a jmsl |ilatitcd
about one loot east Irom Hie sn'i!h-
east corner of l.nt 781*!, being the
Initial pnsl south-west corner; thence
north nbniit fill chains; tn thc south*
nn boundary ol Lot THIS, thence
east about nn chains, thence south
about i;n chains, thenee ucst about
110 chains to point nl commencement
nnd containing :illfl acres, more nr
less.
.lames Harper, Locator,
... ... llntcbin.snii, Agcnl.
Dn.ed July nth, mill. .8-9.'
13. II. SMALL. I'in u*i: i i:n ui
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\ Just w Look At Our Meats
hi
will I
p yon an appetite, Jusl
Rttnglo taitottliem mII reitora
your oil time Iteartloetfi   Try
nne   ul  our   tilt   O'llHli",   Ol 11 nice
pleroofltherotinilt Or » mil'lte
nl innii nr mutton il you are w
im ii...-ii. VouMlgel lender |alcy
i.tent whlelierer yoa rlioore toi
iii.it ii ih- only km.I we keep.
P. BURNS a CO.. Ltd.!
 I      MEAT MARKET
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AsayaNeurall
the  N ■ w  nt: M E n v for
Nervous Exhaustion
The depression experienced by
woiner.uuringcottvnleBcencelrotn
i*li ildl ii: t ii is never forgotten. Tho
sense of utter nerve fallgn*. Mots
out interest in everything. "Asa-
VA-NltORAU," is invaluable at
such times. It feeds the nerves,
induces sleep, quickens the appetite, aids digestion, and soon buoy-
ancy of spiritsand the.scuscof nervous vitality returns. $i .50 n l>ot-
tie. Obtain from the local agent.
HKATTIB& ATCHISON ,
ARE YOU   GOING
VANCOUVER ?
TO
If you stop iii tlio
Hotel VanDecar
wlmi you luivi* Iln* l' I'.ll.l-i.itii.n
n*.k for n Car u'oiiii: down W.-st-
iniiialr Ave..Iho conductor will
Iill ymi when* logo! .'IT.
mi
Km.ins. modern oqnlpnionl,
ininlerntr rules.
L. B. VanDecar & Sons
l*l.nl*l;ll;iiilis THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
|     PROFESSIONAL CARDS     |
W. F. OURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
Money tu loan on fuvonilile terra..
CRANBKOOK.BK1TISH  COLUHBIi
Mrs. E. Bent's
PRIVATE HOSPITAL
Kvery euro uml comfort
A   home from  liomo
Hpeeiiil Attention in usees of
Maternityi lthuumatii.ni
mnl  i'lii'iiiiiiiniii
Tortus  inoilurntu
P.O. Ilus 1 I'll-"I" 978
F. E. CORRISON
II4NDMASTKII CITY HAND
;T,*ii,*li.*i* nl Hiring mnl
siiiii.iiiiii lti.triuii.iit.
I'llillll   THAINKIl
I'ltAN'IIIIIIDK, II.C.
Miss "label Wellman
l'i>.ii.l and Teller
l'i.rlilli'iili-il punll „r
llnlnrilli*   MiiIIkI  .ll  \Vinili|ii.||
DRS. KINO & GREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office at HmldpiL-i, Armstrong Aft
OFFIUK HOURS :
Forenooni 1.00 to 10.00
Afternoons - - - 2.00 to 4.00
Evening. - . . . 7.511 to J.80
rfumUys - - - - 2.30 to   4.90
CRANBROOK :l    :;    is    »    B, O
J.   W.   RUTLEDGE
VETERINARV SURGEON
Gradual*,    ul    Olittiriu    Wleriiiurv
Oollnn. Toronto, In linn
llru.|iiiiti.iui.l Mmlalli.1 ul SIuKillll*'.
Veterlaarjr i'uIIi***.* Chicago.
in  Jlliill
Nine >*,.«n, eiperienee in Veterinary
jirin'tii-i. in VIaiiitiil.it
O.llce-Mil door lo Poll Ofllce
Ptione l» P.O. Bu Iti
Might call— B. II. short". RM.lil.uee
R. K. FUTA
Timothy and Oats
Hay
Grown ouKatn's Ranch, Cranbrook
thin season -y*-it
OR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
II to 12 a.m.
1 to   6 p.m.
7 to   i p.m.
Oflioe In new Reid Block
CHANIlHOliK -       -       - B. C,
JOSEPH RYAN
Notary Public
B.C. LAND SURVEVORS
McVITTIE    &    PARKER
I'mnliruiik nml Porl Sloeln
IRRICATI0N AND RAILWAV WORK
A SPECIALTY
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.1. ti. CUMMINOS   !
IRRI0ATI0N I MilM I K ],
> UiiWMii-. (Ml PROVINCIAL UND | [
SURVEYOR j;
:¥ii°i,„"i«" Cranbrook, B.C. '<',
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J. T.   LAIDLAW
MINING  ENGINEER
B.   C.   and   Surveyor
CRANBROOK     -      B. C.
CE0i.CE H. ASHW0RTH
AUDITOR    AND   ACCOUNTANT
CRANBROOK, B.C.
Ask for Halcvnn LITHIA WATEI
For limiily dm* thoro in nothing
i»i wlnil,.-..ini. mnl bo pure it.
HALCYON I.ITIIIA WATKR,
SOLO AT ALL BARB
IT'S I0TTLI.D AT TIE SPIINflS
F. O. Swannell, D. L. 8„ B. C. I. 8.
A. I. Robertson, 11. O. I,. S,
SWANNELL & ROBERTSON
Dominion ami BritiBli Coliit-iliin
LAND SURVEYORS
P. O. Drawer 70S VICTORIA, B.C
CENTURY RESTAURANT
Oppu.iie O.I'.R, Station
THE PLACE TO  GET A
QUICK HEAL AM' .
OOOD MEAL
ROOMS TO RENT.
ll*,*iitli|imrlors for nil  kinds of
Ropulre
Satisfaction (iiiiiriinli'i'il
JOE   MARAPODI
The Shuu S|H..-iitliat
Provenzano & Sacco
Ganeral Morchanta
Employmant Agents
CRANBROOK     -     B. C.
P. 0. IOU IM PHONE 344
It yuo want latisfaction with
your washing:  send
it to
MONTANA LAUNDRY
Special prices for family work.
LADIES' HAIRDRESSINC PARLOR
HAIRDRESSINC,
SHAMPOO,   MANICORE
PRICE  60 C.  EACH ,
Hour. I to .I p.m. .
Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Spui-iftl hour, ean lie ttrntnj't'.l when
required.
Hanson Avenue
Phone 317
The Cranbrook Employment;;
and Real Estate Agency
HELP   PROVIDED
SITUATIONS   SECURED
M.v S.»riiiljt,  is flit'iii-illiliK lillmr fur , ,
I.iiiiiIiit CttniputiieM, Railronil  run
tractor., Hnii-I*,. nml Hiiililfi-i
.1. Armour, Proprietor
1 ' I'lioneOll    Um. »:ir,    ivu. Hoi *.'.
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THE WORKINCMEN'S EMPLOYMENT
AND REAL ESTATE ACENCY
l, prepared to supply help, skilled 01
unskilled, on shortest possible notice; to And employment and guarantee positions when sent out; to
rent houses and rooms snd to sell
you fruit lands or other property tor
a small commission.
Addreii-W. Parker, 312 Baker at.
NELSON, B. C. 48-ly
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* K W. WIDDOWSON, ASSAY- *
* ER AND CHEMIST.-Chsries: *
* Gold, silver, eopper or lead, il *
* each; gold-stlrer, 11.50; silrer- •:•
« lead, 11.50; gold-silver, with *
■;• eoppec or lead, 12 50, nne, II; •>
* silver Itadnnc. S3.    Prices lor •>
* other metal, oa application. *
{.Long   distance 'phone (7.    P.O. ♦
* Bos, CHOI, Nelson, B.C.    4Hy*
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BLAIR BUSINESS
COLLEGE, OF
SPOKANE,
Uthe Beat Equipped BnstneM
Ooliege   in   tint   Northwest.
Miiny Canadian Stmli'iilH kmi.I
unii' from .nn College each
•euon, Vou can learn Bbort-
httinl, 'I'vpi'w riling. Book*
<W|i.iik. Commercial Law nml
ael a general business training,
Dieu wt* will secure » position
fur yon in a Canadian or nn
.•.iiicriei.il business lionce.
Writ.' foi our Iw.iiltifullv Mini
trated catalog sen! Iree upon
request.
CH. BLAIR PRINCIPAL
SOCIETY AND CHURCH
DIRECTORY
Crescent Loijue No. liil
KNIGHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
Meets   every   Tuesday at I p.m. at
Fraternity Hall.
J. M. Boyes, C. C.
T. O. Jones, K. ol it. & S.
Visiting brethren   cordially invited
to attend.
I.O.O.F., KEY CITY LODOE, No. *t
Meets every Monday
night at New Fraternity Hall. Sojourning Oddlellows cordially Invited.
W. S. Hall, ('. .1. Little,
N. O. Sec'y.
Cranbrook     Lodge,
No. 94
AT. A A. M.
Itogulac meetings on
tlm   third   Thursday
of every month.
Visiting brethren welcomed.
W. F. Atlrltli*..  WM.
E. W. Connolly, Secretary.
MAPLE LEAF REBEKAH LODOE
No. 19.
Meets every second and   lourti Wednesday at Fraternity Hall.
Sojourning   Rebekahs  cordially Invited.
Miss E. Johnston, N. O.
Mtss Hiekenbotham, See'y.
PYTHIAN   SISTERS
FIDELITY TEMPLE NO. II.
Meeta in   Fraternity Hall First and
Third Fridays.
T. Fraser, E. C.
M. MacKinnon, M. It. and 0.
Visiting sisters cordially invited.
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, 8943
Meets In Carmen's Mall Second and
Fourth Thursday ol each month at I
p.m. sharp.
James Sims, Chiel Ranger
L. Bent. Sccretarv.
Visiting brethren made welcome.
INDEPENDENT   ORDER OF FORESTERS.
Meets fn Carmen's Hall second and
lottrth Tuesday ol each month at
X p.m. sharp.
Mrs.  Lulu llayward,  lire. Sec.
Mrs. Isaac Baxter, Chief Ranger.
Visiting brethren made welcome.
',: CRANBR00K-I ERNIE
FARMERS' INSTITUTE!
Pret-i.lent : T. h. Giu.
Secretary: S. Macooxald
i > For Information regt.nl iu|{ Lin-!-* ,
t ► anil agriculture apply to ihe *
' ' Secretary, Oranbrook. H. O.
Mt'piinji-
Kvciy second Wednesday
: Presbyterian Cburcb: |
8TATED SERVICES
- <
i I
Sii.lI.i-/ rooming service at 11 ' '
o'clock * '
service   at' •
Sundav    evening
7.50 o'clock
Sunday       School   and     Hible ( .
Class at S o'clock w
Presbyterian    (luild,
at H o'clock
Tuesday, , ,
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»»»M»«+M
GEO. D. INGRAM
I.R.CM., R.A.M.
llra-ani.l nml t'liiilmiii.l.r Ktin. t'liiinli.
Teacher of Plnnforte, Organ,
Theory and Voice I'nllnre.
FALL TERM NOW COM.MENC1MI
Pupils prepartil for Kxaininations.
Aildress: Opp, Mt-hool House
CRANBROOK      -      B.C.
DE VERE HUNT
AGENT
l.ifi- and Fire Insurance • Iteul Knlate
Ollice—Nextilooi to
Post Office
Coma in and lot me i|uoto yon ralen
W. ft Ifa-wttr. VunmA Dlrmlor
('raiilinNj. II.C,
B. CHAIR GOODS
659 Georgia Street
Ncaa MABONIC TIMPLI
VANCOUVER,   B.C*
1,i.t|i.'.t ami Conll-'mon :-
I wlt.liIn minauco tlmt I hnvf rii.ivf.1 my
m-w 1« ivsur-* Pftjawni nml Pr.**** I.l It of t ln> very
Intvi-lHtylfNiii II«ir(i.»*.l*t, Wijr*., ToniHfB. Tmn-
riirfit.Mtli.ii I'limiHuhiurf, Mwltchvn, Puff* anil
Curlt which I will null fm* upon appli-aillo-i.
Ilritiriiilur yiiui'nit -rot my hair Km-.lt. fnr htM
itiiitu*)1 mimI of a iK-tu-r <iutility than anywhi-rr-
i>Im*. Why ran ymi buy for 1-rM mon-*y T Hccmi-t*
I maR* ■ niHflally In munufarturlnv. only. I alwi
mak-i iii> awilrhrii out of your own ft-flililiirt-,
from 11.00 to I2.ni. Havi' up yntir I'milim*. im«l
•miikI thornl.ilhi* II.C. Ilalr (IimIn. W«payhlffh
prlt-i'- Mall onli'r.M Np-Tinlly. Catali*«i*t> m>iiI
FfM,
L«o. Mullar, Prop.
Baptist Cburcb;
Castor, Charles W.  Klnj.
J-ar.rrnajrf, Norhury Avenue.
'Phone, 2m.      P, 0. Box 117.' i
Regular Service.:— Sunday, 11
a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Bible
School with Young lat-Uee'
I'liilethra and Young Men's
Hitil,. Clasa, S p.m.
Monday, Young Peoples', I
p.m.
Wrdnesdav, Mid-Week Meeting,
A cordial Christian welcome
to ell.
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When in a Hurry
Kor h ('ar of
First-Class Timothy
Wire the
South Alberta Hay Growers Ltd
K. U. Ambrose, Mgr.
PINCHER CREEK.    -     ALBERTA
FOR SALE
Second-hand  Sawmill
Equipment
Kor purtltinlari npidy to
A.   Lund.   Wardner,
Urittftli Columbia
3041--
DBATH UF P. Al. FREEMAN.
iv M, Preeman, whu.se acoldenl was
rucurduil in tliL'st' oolunins las' week,
was well known tii liiis oity.
Tlie Vend D'OrollIo Review, of Kriday last, gives tlie following particulars ol llie accident that cost hira
his life:
Pert/- M. Krceman, aged Tl, was
fatally hurt at Saglo on October
I8tli, dying frnm injuries received
while at wiiii; with a stump puller,
death occurring af the city hospital
ilmiit noon Wednesday, October 10th,
from liemorrliago of tlio brain resulting from the shook from the nc-
ciilent. Mr Freeman's son-in-law,
B. A. Clark, was clearing some land
he owned near Saglo and the nld
gentleman had gone along with him
to assist. White tin* machine wns lu
operation something broke and thc
sweep struck Mr. Freeman In such a
manner that it broke his leg just he-
low the hip The injured man was
brought tu thc hospital and Hr.
.Moody set tho fracture, but by Kriday night the old gentleman passed
into an unconscious state from which
be did not recover.
The deceased was an old resident
ol Tupper Lake, N.Y.. and came
west about four years ago. living
with a daughter, Mrs. II. V. Parker,
at Cranbrook, H. C, until nhout !•;
months ago when Mr. and .Mrs. Freeman came here to make their homo
With another daughter, Mrs. K. A
Clark. Hesides the two daughters
mentioned the deceased is survived hy
a son, Harry K, Freeman, who resides in the Adiromlaeks, in New
Vork state. The deceased was a
prominent citizen of bis old community in New Vork ami was Judge of
the Franklin enmity court for a period of twelve years nml was prominent in Republican politics. He wus n
high degree Odd Fellow, a member of
the Kncampim-nl and prominent in
the lodge work of his native state.
TIIKI.F. IS A DIFFBRENCE
BETWEEN   PROMISES   AND   VC-
TUAI. RESULTS.
Promises    won't    overcome    hair
trouble. The manufacturers nr Newbro's Herpicide promise nothing
which is not justified by nn intelligent use of Ibis preparation. The desired end ultimately becomes nn ne-
complishe-d fact. This is lhe reason
t hat I lerpicide has t hoiisands of
satisfied friends   all over tlie world.
Ity keeping the scalp clean and
healthy and destroying tbe dandruff
germ, .Newhro's Herpicide makes
beautiful hair* Herpicide prevents
the hair from falling and allows it
to grow unhindered and naturally
except in cases ol chronic baldness
which is incurable.
One dollar si/e bottles are guaranteed by all druggists to do these
things.
Send 10c. in postage for sample
and book to The Herpicide Co.,
Dept. I!.. Detroit, Mich.
Applications obtained at the best
barber shops
Beattie-Murphy   Co., Ltd., special
IN THE OLD LAND
SENSATION   FOLLOWED  SENSATION  LAST WEEK.
A London cable savs: The pa.*.
week bas been fertile witb sensations
which have followed each other sn
rapidly that the public bas hardly
had time to take its breath. It opened with the splendidly dramatic iligltt
of the Clement Ifayard airship from
Paris tn London in si\ hours, an
event compelling the most sluggish
imagination to realize some of the
revolutionary possibilities latent in
the conquest of the air.
Thru followed the immortal speech
ot the Hon. David Lloyd-George
arraigning the idle rub. the echoes
of which had hardly ceased to reverberate, when attention was called
to thc magnificent audacltj of Well
man's attempt to cross tho Atlantic
in tlie air.
Then followed tbe alarmist stories,
soon contradicted, as tn the ap*
proacbing partition of Persia.
'/niek ,m tbe heels nf this cattM
Dalfour's alarmist speech demanding
the expenditure id the last shilling,
if necessary, in maintaining the supremacy of the Hritish navj All the
week also the political .itim-spher.
has lieen thick with rumors as to the
recasting of tbe British constitution,
resulting from the probable outcome
Ol the conference on thc crisis nn a
basis of home rule all around or im
perini federation  beginning at   home
Hut notwithstanding all these thrll
ling and vitally Important sensations,
the Crippen (rial held undisputed
possession of the limelight, closing
with the verdict of guilty and tbe
sentence tbat lie he hanged on November 1Mb, nnd the subsequent trial
of the Lcni'Vc woman, w\n* was acquitted, The Orlppen sensation wili
soon he a thing of the past, but ll
Is far otherwise with lhe siieerh of
Lloyd-Cleorge, delivered on destitution.
LflMKifL
Procure :*! (> yard i LE£i I
TBBIAIi obtainable. Thi
tity    will    make    thc
ROOMY, OOKFOBTABIE ..::..
2ASY TO WOT." IN.
Sew all buttons on BY HAND j
i tliey CANNOT 0OMB OF?, j
3A3-TA0K all BUXTON
HOLES, then they 0ANNCT
BREAK. D0UBIJS STITCH
AND AN0HOB idl scams so
ihey cannot rip. '!"]. ir ilt will
1 c a truly w.'!!-..:..i! •;; rt. Il
ij eltonper, cash r uml ' Ll r,
f iwtvcr, to rw the
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OP KOOTKNAY.
TAKE    notick   that Emma J. j
Anderson, of Wyclille, British Columbia, occupation, Married Woman, in-
tends to apply for permission       to j
purchase    the   following    described
land;
Commencing    at   a post   planted I
1 chains east of Lot 10125, being the
north-east    corner     of the     C. (». I
Staples     purchase,     thenee    west  1
chains   to the south-east comer    ui
Lot 10125,    Ibcnce north 80   chains
to   tho    north-east     corner   of Lot
10125, thence east 1 chains,     thence
south 60 chains to the place of com- ■
inencement, and containing 32 acres, |
more or less.
Emma J. Anderson.
Haled August 18th, 1910. 2B-9t
:i
&1*>WB&lwm)*1
CANADIAN HOME-
l LATIONS.
SHIRT
v/'.iicli i-* made on t!.**   above
principle!}.
"1:^ TLZ.Z. ZS.&N3 BwOK-
CHIN 0LOXH CKEIT isu pe*
.:..! line nnd has attached : i i:
.. :VA*!Ai.TEE BOHD, guar-
.*., I :;" lhe shirt V.'H.T* NOT
I IT.   !'i:'.!ors aro ii  ':*■'. led to
■ '-.e • ivithoul iii,; * !...i* * • to
.: y H.B.K. BBAND E"C?,*_
as:zi cioth shist wnion
RIP?.
$gffi*$8t%?>\
*$& iwP :'.'■•*#*.
I'ltA.N'UltiitiK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OP KAST KOOTENAY,
TAKE NOTICE that .lames Clarence Bolton, nf Rossland, u. c., oc-
cnpatloti Merchant, Intends to apply
inr permission   in purchase the lul*
lowing desorlbed lands:
Commenclug   at   a   post   planted
limit   ium   ftnit uot i.i ot the iiottli-
ast corner ol    Lot 0161, licing   llie
iuiiial jiu.-il north-west corner; thence
south   -111    chains,    theme    east Mi
ehains,    thenee      north 40    chains,
thenee west su chains to point      of
commencement,    and   containing l^u
acres, tiHiri* or less.
.lames Clarence Helton, Locator
.1. II. Hutchinson, Agent.
Dated July Oth, 1010. 28-0t'
to-***-**'-h.**, >wM
,^a-^vv*'.\l..,-**.'*'.»jiJ7
.:    ■   •■ .»ki*.-..*.',.*.*t'™
■'.:.  ■ -
"   V
Kol..     l.y     li ■■ li   :    deah rs
llii'i ti.j! mt Canada.
Vi.-.L'* cr.t] cunranteed by thc
.liraSON T.Y   KNITTING  CO.,
tiONTSEAl.
107
Shirlmakera to
T!:u Workingmah.
THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hotel
Itn-iiiis with lt.it!>-.   'Phone in
every room
Hurlier Shop on ilx* premise!,
Thoroughly Qp-UHlate,
Rates, $2.00 a day and up.
UEO. P. WKl.I.s, Proprietor
B. TOMKIN, ManiKer
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OP KAST KOOTKNAY.
TAKK NOTICK that Sydnoj
Oeorgo Hunt, ol Rossland, li. '.,
iccupatlon Merchant, intends to ai*-
ply (or permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one fool north Irom the nortb*
inst corner of Lot GMT, being the
initial post south-east corner; thence
north -in chains, thence west 10
chains, thenee south 10 chains,
thence east 40 chains t-> point ol
commencement ami containing 160
acres, more or less.
Sydney George Hunt, Locator
J, II. Hutchinson, Agent
Dated July Oth, 1910. 28-9t*
WOMEN'S woks.
(TIANHKOOK   WOMEN ARE KIND
INO RELIEF AT LAST.
It does sti-iii thnt women have
more than » fair Share ol the uches
and pains that altliet humanity; they
must "keep up," must attend       to
duties iu spite ol constantly achint;
hacks or headaches, ditty spells,
bearing-down pafttfj tbey must stoop
over Whan the Stoop means torture.
They must walk and hcml and work
with racking p.tii.s and many ache*
from kidney ills. Kidneys cause
mure suffering than any other organ
of the body. Ke.p tba kidneys well
and health is easily maintained, Read
id a remedy for kidneys only that
helps and cures tbo kidneys.
Mrs. Edward Calwood ot 133 s
Harold Street, Kort William-, Ont.,
says:
"I suffered with dull, mlscrabli
pains, soreness across my bach BBd
in my Md.-***, foi months. They
would catch dm "" badly at times
that I eoui.t scarcely mote around
Tlw kidney secretions ha-i alio been
of » heaiy coloi and contained ..
sediment. Then. I would have dUzy
spelts and altogether, (alt general!)
nm down. After using a numbe* < i
reined if *s without hnding relief, I
leatnH <d Booth's Kidney 1'ills ami
am pleased to sav. lound ihein an
cici'llent remedy. They bate relieved me of the miserable pains ami
soreness in my back, and have alse
curvd me Ol my other kidney
trouble." Kor sale in Cranbrook by
Thc Beattie-Murphy Co.
Sold by dealers I'iiiy BO cent*.
The It. T. Booth Co., Ltd , Kort
Brie, Ont., Sola Canadian Agents.
HY0MEI
CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,
Dmnchili.. Croup, Couph*. ind CV.!ii, -r
monev belt. Sold snd ^nranlecd f~-
the Ileal lie Murphy Co
TO Ullo.M it MAY CONCERN.
TAKK NOTICK that two animals,
thc property of the undersigned,
strayed from his premises on or
about the !'th inst. Description as
follows:
One chunky grey, almost whit?.
gelding. Weight between twelve ana
fourteen hundred pounds. White
mane and tail, steps short in front.
Very toppy.
One white mare with tbe hip luw
branded.
Above animals straved from pas*
tore St. Eugene Mission.
Anyone finding said animals ri
harbouring same Will kindly coin-
munfoate with the cnderslgoe-l.
Information to be given to J. .****.
.Mackey, or the Nortb .Star Lumber
Co., Cranbrook, B. C. 24-tI
PRANK DEZALL
General Blacksmithing
WaKon Repairing
l-aintinj!
Agents tor GaiuuIs Bicycle Motors Co.'.
Bicycles
Also Deerlng Mnvers and Rakes
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS
Fruit Trees
Ornamental Tree
Shade Trees
Shrubs
Wo li iv it InrK-o quantity of
choice .Viirsi'iy atoob nn.l
w.* offer lnr salt- Home
Q-rowti Trees
i Inly
Coldstream Estate Nurseries
Proprietors Coldstream Estate
Co , Ltd.
VERNON. B. 0.
"How    is your    gnrden      RQtttnp
alnng1"
"Why  do you ask  that   (jUestlont'
demanded the niburbanlte suspicious
ly.
"Mi-f.h  oul fd politeness."
"I wi-      i thought maybe I   ha<
promised you some .egetabies."
Any availablu Dominion LamU
within Uie Hallway Belt in British
Columbia, may be homeslcaded by
any person who ts tbe iolu bead of a
family, or an} male over ia years of
age, to the extent of onu-tjuarter
section ol 1B0 acres, moro or less.
Entry must he made personally at
the local land office fur the district
in which the land is situate. Entry
by proxy may, however, he made on
certain conditions by thu father,
mother, son, daughter, brother or
sistei of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to pur-
the conditions connected therewith uucii oi the following
plans:
(1). At least six months' residence
upon and i ol the land    in
each yeai foi tbi e years.
I2j If tbi lather (or mother, if
the fatliei   *    lecea ■ tl ol      the
| on  a farm  iu
E the land entered    for,
the requin to n nidence may
be s.uis: * pi:-.,,;. residing
.. *   *     ■■   ..■ ■■    .
*   ias bis permanent resid ing land owned by bi n        the vi Inlty      ol   his
hoi testes                 In mi nts   as    to
resid                          ;: fied by rcsid-
pon thi  -***.i land.
■si\                       ties   in   writing
lould be           to  i he Commission-
- ai Ottawa of
foi patent.
1   ' ights may he
period    of t iventy-one
...                            :.!  nf SI    per
at ro                             .;. 2,570    acres
ihall Idual    or
 it Uie rate of
ill  be collected
coal n inod.
Vf, \\   CORY,
Deputy  ol .i   the   lu-
terloi :!»--Jtit
CBANBKOt K LANI1 DISTRICT.
DISTRI' " N .V.
TAKE    NOTICE   thai  Charles K.
Andei . IVycUffe, British Colum
bia, occupation Clerk, Intends to ap-
ply Ior   | to purchase    the
ribed land:
t a post planted nt
the north-west corner of Lot 7033,
thenc - .• chains, thence south
tu chains, thence east 20 chains,
thence north i'1 chains to the place
■'   ' ntalning    80
acres, more or '
Charles F. Anderson.
DaU I :. I8th, : 110.       29-JH
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
51 RICT OF KOOTENAY.
TAKE SO . tbat David O. Aa-
iei British Colum
bia, occupation. Lumberman, intends
to apply 'or permission to purchase
tbe follov.ini: described land:
■Commencing at a post planted at
the north-Test corner of Lot 10131;
then " '-.Uir.s to the south
west coi : ol Lol 10131) thence
v.. st 10 cl to 1 east boundary
ol Lot :' - thence north 60 chains
following the east boundary of Lot
IS •-.  " ehains to the   place
of commencement, and containing 32i
acres, more or less.
David O. Anderson.
Hated A ig   t 23rd,  1010.        29-St
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OP EAST KOOTKNAY.
TAKK   NOTICE tbat Percy   Bertram li . ■ and, K  C ,   oc-
.  Merchant, intends to     apply for pe p irehase      the
following       ribed lands:
Commencing at . post planted
•*.:.■■ it rth from the nortb-
6161, being    tbe
Initial p ,' corner; thence
north ■ hence west ftO
10 d ilar, thence
easl 50 ch point ol commence
ment, . ..   '.-.'' acres, more
DI   .
Per ii mt, Locator
..'   II. Hutchinson, Agent.
Dated Julj 9tb, 1910. 2S-H*
CRANBROOK  LAND  DISTRICT,
DISTRII  * ;   KooTEN'AV.
'I AKE '.' I II E tbal Samuel I'at-
eraon, ul ....'', occupa
tion Mi re to apply   for
permissii . ■   Un (allowing
li
i it a    post  planted
■I out one I im tbfl north-
151,  bung     the
ii Itlal posl if corner; thence
mirth B0 cbalos, thence cast 80
chain south    BO     chains,
thence weal *'■ chains to point nf
commencement, and containing (>10
acres, more ur less.
Samuel Paterson, Locator.
.1. II. Hutchinson, Agent
Dated  Julj   Dth,  1010. 28-9t#
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
lhat nn prison is permitted to use,
batter or sell, or In any way interfere with or disposi of any <>l the
(■onds and obattols or belongings id
the Robinson-McKenzic Lumber Company, Limited, without tho written
authority ol the ui d •! Igned,
Dated the Ith daj of October, AD.
1910.
HoliiiiM.i.McKrh/ii'     Lumbor     Company, Limited 't3-2t TIIK    CHAN BROOK.   IIKRALD
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News of the District
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Mil   II.  IKVIXtl   KENXEin
u( tlie Allen i'lnyers, who will nppeni nt the    Opera
next in "The I) eflnucu of Doris."
TIIK ALLEN  PLAYEHM.
Although the Mien Players lire nol
known in Ci.int>i'u>i., tlu-y have nam
lit a reputation for themselves
through the wenl i"i Ihcii high-class
productions, and wonderful stage settings and ♦ 11.cl s.
Miss Vernn Pelton, the young leading lady of lhe company, is prohnhly
the yoimgesl lending lady In I'aundn.
hut she has already handled a Ime o|
heavy pails, such as tew hnve hnd
the privilege >>i playing, nnd thr
newspaper criticisms hnvi hrcn must
liberal in thelt praise ol her nbillt)
ns an emotional actress.
This compnin will play al Hi
Cranbrook opera house for three
nights, comment-in**; on Mondny
next, October Ust,
They carry theli own special h;i_
gage car. an.I use entirely new seen
ery tor every production.    Their re
pertolro   this    i >■ n   Includes such
•veil known successes ns "7.n?.a,"
■'Hoiis.' of a Thousand Candles,"
"Tbe Second Mrs. Tampa-ray,"
"When We Were Twenty One," "The
Defiance ol Dorl ." "Man Prom Mexico," "Dad's    Oirl." "The Thn i
Is," and maii\ others.    The opening
hill hen* will I Thc Defiance      of
Doris." This play was written for
Miss   Pelton's     exclusive use during
the     present   season, In   Mr. Ilcrbcrl
Dasltford, of Ron .lose, Cal.
While working in the capacity ol
Ira ma lie critic on one of Tncomn's
daily |iapeis, Mr. Itashford conceived
thc idea of writing a play for Miss
Pelton, ami he carefully studied    her
tyle of acting, ami constructed tin*
plaj accordingly. "The Dcfinticc of
linns'" is the resull i.t lus observations and (-iT'ii'l.-*, ami it has proved,
so far. to be n huge bucccss.
Iiiiui forgel the opening night and
Been re your tickets enrlj *
It is In time of sudden mishap ni
accident that Chamberlain's Liniment
can be relied upon to lake the place
"f the family doctor, who cannot
always be found at iln* moment
Then il is that Chamberlain's Lini
ment is never found wanting. In
cases of sprains, cuts, wounds and
bruises Cbninhcrlafn's Liniment take-;
out the soreness and drives away
the pain. Sold l.y all druggists and
dealers. 33-lt
Tin* Pythian Sisters ex tend an In
vilation to the Knlghls of Pythlni
and  their    ladies io a social supper
and (lane- at    Iln' K.  of   P.   hall     01
Friday evening,   October 28th. Iliel
first  anniversary 38-11
£ WARDNER
*% ♦*>
• .♦
(Special correspondence.)
Miss Kvn n-'iuictl, who has been a
guest ai the home ,,i Mr, ami Mrs.
Louis Larson, for the |)tist tow
weeks, left on Wednesday afternoon
for dull Lake, Susk., wliere she will
spend n month with her sister before
1 returning   t<- her home in SI   Paul,
i Minn
;    Mr. Kred Burgess and     Mr    Vndur-
I sou  of   tbr      Clous   \.-st   '.Uie.-    Uiifl,
' spent Suutiuy  m    Crnnhrook,    tho
| guesl ot Mr. and Airs. Oomer .lones
!    Mi* (iriibn, oi     liamllloii, tmii .
: i>. ..i Wardnei    Irknds n iiytu'. viull
I Ihis weel.,
j    Mr.    .1.     Martin,     bookk eper   al
(lutcway, spent Sunday  last  iu town
| with Mrs. Martin
Provincial policeman Adney is nl*
lendltig the court sittings in Kernie
this week.
Mr. K. II. (lodwin, ..i the Crows
Vest Pass Lu i ii her company's olliee
itun, i- spending his -/neatIon with
••Id friends and iiequniiitnuces in Nel-
Mr. It. A. (in.'it, CP.lt. Blnlion
a gen I at (bis point, returned a few
days ago after holidaying nt MntilT
md Cnlgnry.
The evangelistic services which have
been conducted in the Presbyterian
cliurch for the past ten days by Mr.
Knight, were brought to a close on
Tuesday evening last.
A meeting was held a few days
ago lo consider hy what means fundi
■ihould he raised for a public Christmas iree. The collectors will be
around this week.
Last Sunday afternoon a number of
the gentlemen-of the town gathered
nt the home of Mr. aud Mrs. Itein-
•itiom to shoot for their chickens.
Some of litem were successful in
carrying ofi large numbers. Clar
ence Kuihree proved himself to be    n
clever marksman.
Mrs. Anderson, of Lake Valley
ranch, who has been spending n few
days witli her daughter, Mrs. Ceo.
Custer, lias returned honn
The friends of   Mrs. IJ.    A. (ircen
will he glad to know lhat she
progressing    very favorably al
Holy     Cross   hospital, Calgary, and
♦ 'down lhe (ireat Northern lately with o
J bet husband, who bus a surveying '[
*t> ( party   in Mini country, returned    to  . *
Kernie mi Kridnj, j * *
Miss Mm) Cordon returned to Per-  ] \
nie nn     Monday morning from Wcy-  °
rejolved
Ve are all living For Comfort.
what more comfort can ve find
THAN IN A COMFO,^TABLfL_SjioX.^
115 M ADDITION J™!!^ "el1J
To APPEARANCE Too,-ILNE INS,DE
Ccpyri^hT (O, • .
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OUR .5HOE.5 rEEL fiOOD ON THE IN.SIDE AND
LOOK 600D ON THK OUTRIDE. THEY AR.E
fiOOD CLEAR THROUGH. BRING YOUR FEET
TO VS AND WE WILL .SLIP THEM INTO A PAIR
or OUR -SHOE.5 AND YOUR FEET WILL CARRY
OUR SHOES AWAY. WE WILL NOT TAKE
MORE Of VOUR MONEY THAN WE OUGHT TO
EOR THAT PAIR OF .SHoE-S YOU WANT. IF
THEY DON'T GIVE YOU GOOD WEAR LET YOUR
TEET BRING THE .SHOE.S BACK To US AND WE
WILL "MAKE .GOOD." WE ARE EXCLUSIVE
A6ZHTS IN TH\S TOWN FOR THE FOLLOWING
NOTED LINE.S OF .SHOE.S i
"JUJT WRIGHT" SHOES FOR MEN.
M'PHERJoN'^ -5HOE.5 FOR MEN.
THE GOLLER SHOES FOR WOMEN.
JEE OUR WINDOW OF LADIES' SHOES.
.'QUALITY UP. PRICED DOWN," IS OUR
MOTTO ON SnotS.
A. C. PYE
Innii. Sa.-
Mlcnd I.l
Tin*   ri.
illll'IT.sl ill
mu chilli
lit' 111*1*1 *
Thi*
Tlitin > .
lulu*!* ;iis
Tin* cm
. where she wns enlloil to
luther's funeral.
.■lists are holding \i*rv
-emccs in lhe I'rcsliyler-
Tlli'ir final service is lit
Krliliiy evening,
tliiidlsts     are   giving    a
ii n -   in   iln* school
hi ehereh nn Monday, lie
lew  lell hns heen rang    at
II  n'rli.r1,      lul   (I   I'liuil  Hum*.   Inniillls,
In.) Un* children seemed in |iny little
heed In ihr call     Since Oclnlicr 2*i
ii*ii     chilil   nailer III years nl age
seei i     without a giiarillaa hns
heen m il \* 'II i Untie in In* taken In
Ihe police ulnllon nail Uiere lielil nn-
ii! the i uls in* guardian calls    lo
.■Inim liim nr lier.
The riisintcrinns intend giving a
Hallowe'en [null in lhe hascilicilt nf
the church mi lhe evening nl Clotohut
'.Isl \ni nnly the people ol ihis
church, Ian nf nil the town, ere cor-
linlh iiiviled in niii'iiil Ihis party.
The ineinhers nl the Ladles' Aid anil
Knox church girls nre sparing nciih-
1*1- linn- not energy in maki* this, the
greatest success in Iheir liisnuy.
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(Special correspondence.)
Mrs. Tiilio and family of Kureka,
were iu (Intcwnr tlie Inltcr [inrt of
Insl week vlslling Mrs. W. S. Mllli
Mr McMillan, V.I., lias heen acting
here while hr. V. to. McVeigh was
nway on ;i holiday in Calgary, Alta.
Ml Brooks, of the U. S. customs.
relumed I.. Gateway last Thursday,
after a vacation Spent al tin- coast
cities. IU' had a most cnjoyalile
lime.
Mr. an.I Mrs, t'liiiiniings, of Fernle,
It. ('., were in lown on Tliursdaj
nfler finishing » little surveying between Klngstonc and Klluuoutli on
the new government rond.
\  v.i',  enjoyable dance vvas given
hopes to be   able to leave there in al1'*' ;1 Eureka committee in  the Gate-
few days. 1 waY '•ailCC ,ial- °" Wednesday, (lctoli-
Miss Jessie Mcltougull lias been
employed ns asslslaul post mistress
hy the local pnntmnster, Mr. Oraham
Donahoe.
Mr. Pat. Kellny, who had the misfortune tn cut his knee lasi winter
at Galloway, returned from the St.
Kugene hospital on Mondaj last. We
are wry sorry that, lu* has not made
a mon* rapid recovery lie is still
very lame.
The s len III shovel, on the Kootenay
Central branch of the C.lMt , has
reached a point tbis week almost opposite the town.
Mr. and Mrs. T* C. Douglass, of
Mull river, drove Into town last Friday and were gucsls nt tbe home ol
Mr. and Mrs. |*. I.und until Saturday.
Mr. Meld rum, o! Nelson, was In
town a few days ago ami in company with Mr. A. Llinil visited
friends at Hull Itiver.
Kd. I.eUoy and Son Veary, lefl a
few days ago for Vnhl. in a Iwo
weeks' bunting trip.
Mr. Wm. Green, ol the company's
boarding house, was in Crnnhrook
last Wednesday.
It. II. Ilohart, of the Wardner
hotel, lost a valuable horse a few
days ago, afler a few hours sickness
wilh colic.
Mr. John Moisted spent Sunday
last in Cranbrook.
A .nan., of nun arrived in town a
few days ago to paint the new C. I*
It. bridge over tbe Kootenay river,
which was Innii last  winter.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦«♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦*
| FERNIE 1
(Special correspondence.)
On Kriday night a goodly number
Of Feinie's males "sat up" fot the
[•'Iyer's arrival, us it was bringing
linnet Hrown and bis bride (Miss
(lata lit id, or Paisley, (Hit.) to Ihelr
Pernio borne. This couple had heen
old Ontario iriends in Ihe days of
Mr. Ilrown's boyhood. After 0 few
years separation their friendship
verms to have grown warmer and
finally resulted iu union in Spokane
on Wednesday last. Harvey's many
Kernie friends wish them a happy
and prosperous journey through life.
C. .1, South, superintendent of the
Children's Aid society, was iu Fernie
over the week-end nn biishu-ss con-
meted with the removal of neglected
children to the home. He took with
him four children from Michel and
expected several more to join bis
party before he reached Vancouver.
Mrs. A Cummlngs, who has been
for this district, spent Monday Inspecting Ihe high .school department
uf Ibe Kernie school.
Water has hem conveyed to the
isolation hospital, under the manage
r lllth. Then* were about
hundred and fifty present. The music wns supplied by the Dugns orchestra hum Kureka, Mont., and at
midnight an excellent supper wus
served and everyhodj seemed to have
a .oil.   time.
Mr. ami Mrs Taylor, of Itextord,
Mont., were in town on Wednesday lo
take in   the dance.
The people of Gateway all attended the minstn I show al the Gntc-
wnj hall on Saturday, October 32ml.
After the show the conns furnished
some very good music for a dance.
Urs Klenck, of Kallspell, Mont.,
was in Gateway the hitter part of
lasi week to visit Mr. Klenck and
to attend the dance
Mr K. W. Butts and K. K. Wynne
Neath, of Gateway, left for the
Flathead on Thursday to do some
surveying.
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If you have teen unable to examln
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If lhe piano, which -.ve select and send you, does not please yon In
every rer.pf jt. you may mum il ai oui '■•^^'';,;-'..
We make this generous   *'.*• becati ■• wefeel .onfident that the New
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touch, materials, workmanship, finish and design of the Neu S *.   W
have called forlh the admiration ci the [*reatesl ;   n : . irsand
artists of the conceit ctage.
We would be pleased to send you handsome catalogues showing the
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Mu*   A    Ciitijiiilngs, who 1ms lioen  nislihii*   llie miulc
IN LODGE CIRCLES
ANNIVERSARY      CELEBRATION
HI*' li. I. A, AMI II. I.. OK j*:.
-VISIT nl*' CIHANB MASTER I. n. 0. I*'.
Tho (iiiiiiil International Auxiliary
mnl Uu*   Brotherhood nl Locomotive
Engineers ol Uu* cily liml a verj cn-
jnynblc  time on Momlny evening last
in   tin- Carmen's hall, il licing    tin*
I!    I.  A'.s flrsl anniversary ami   Hull   nl    I..   E '*■ liiilli*        \  musical
programmo was rentlcrcil as follows:
llpenlllg address—Mis. T. S. QUI,
Plnno recital—Mlsa I). Murphy,
llialoglio-Misses K. I'aslakc. Mnlile
anil   Ellt    Mcllnllllic.   Jessie  |.'enn.*s-
sy, Iterilia Hill ami .1  Drummond.
Snln-Mlss Mnrgarel Roherls.
I'iai.n recital—Miss Edith I'aslakc.
Iteiitatiiiii—Miss ■ Praacls Brum-
ii il
Plnno recital—Sir, .1   llourgolne.
s iln—Miss Madge Roherison,
Hint —All-, ami Mis .1. T. Sarvis
Pli  reciuil—Miss Ii. Murphy,
Snli.-Mrs. «   ll. Baldwin.
ll. n.itinli—Miss .less,' Mnrgnt-
royd.
IJin-t-Jlr, r Harris ami Mi. fl.
IV. .lohnson.
Alter tin* nhove |irogramme was
iimleiiil over sixty ul Ihe ll. I. A.
ami ll. nl |.. I*:. members ami llu-ir
tamilies sat down in supper. The
tables were beautifully arranged by
Ilu* (.allies Auxiliary, being decorated witb |iink carnations ami in the
center lhe oiinlversnrj cake was plowed, The luil turn story wns lighted
hy ten canities, representing lhe len
hrlghl years Hie 11. ol I.. E, hud pill
in ami the top stilly was lighted
wllb nne caudle, representing lhe
hrlghl year jusl jmsseil in Ilu*
Ornnd International Auxiliary. Alter
supper was nver a very Interesting
address was given by Mr. ll. K. Murphy ami dancing was Indulged In for
n few hours, Slovens' orcheslrn lur*
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was some thing lacking that really
made thi* Individual less (-liantiiiij;
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face will -slmw you that It Is a |
want of luxuriant hair which makes ,
lhe difference.
The woman who wishes to retain
Iter youth must look nfler her hair—
the woman with scant, unattractive
hair is never admired
Society women realize the truth ■■(
Oils statement and that is whs so
many of New York's loveliest wo*
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Parisian Sago is imw on rata in i
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Master nl II. ('., R. I.. IVcbrr, o! In mlufl anil rail) up In the luiil nt
New Westminster.       As the <tr.mil N p.m. prompt
niRliI, October 38th. The Sislcr*.
arc iircjiariiig a sueiiil cvonlng al
which nil kumiiK „i Pythias an* Invited to ullcnil.      Now II is   up tn
Master has expressed a wish In seel   I the   Kniuhls In     turn out In «on,l
somo degree work eono through, ihe'   Tlie Pylhlnn  Sisters will oeloliriteI round numbers and do lusllco to  ihe
lhe hull wns   I,-nil team hnve decided I Iml lhe Und* U'Olr     iirsl     ainlvemrj on Kiulm ' mtilatiim

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