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IHE CRAjNBROOK HERALDS
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VOLUME  12
OltAMlliOOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   Tlll'KSDAY,   MAY 37, 1009
NO. 10
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Imperial Bank ol Canada \
MEAD OFI-ICl*: TORONTO ***
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP
REST	
$10,000,000
5,000,000
5,000000
11. It. WILKIN, President.
HON. BOUGHT JAFKKAV, Vice-President
Accounts   <>r   Oor|inrtitloiiB,   Miitiiolpiillties,    Morolintits,
ITitrmura ami I'rivuln ttiilivl'ltiuls invited,
<i lho world.
'<',      SAVINGS DEl'ARTMENT —Speciul   attention
J | glvon  to Saviiif'H  Hank  AecontitB.     Doposits of $1.00   nml
ttpwurds roooivocl and intorost allowed nt current rate from (Into
ot' deposit.
I • Cranbrook Branch: J. F. M. PINKHAM, Mgr.
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Cranbrook Trading Co., Ltd.
HAVU   ON   1IANP   IN   TIIK
Carriage and Saddlery Department
THK   FOLLOWING:
LAP RUGS, WOOL RUGS, DUSTERS, HORSE COVERS,
FLY NETS AND FLY SHEETS, HEAVY AND
LIGHT CARRIAGE AND EXPRESS HARNESS.
Tlioy have tlio largest find best assortment of whips ever
shown iu  the eity.      Saddles and Bridles a good
assortment.
Hospital for Sick Harness
Dr. Wm. Parka, our harness don tor, is an expert in  liis 2
profession; so if you have any sick harness, briiitf it to tlie ♦
o   Cranbrook Trading Go's Harness Hospital for treatment, X
ii   East Kootenay Bottling Co.
Manufacturers of all kinds of
Carbonated Beverages.
There are o'hers, but!!
PHONE 73 P. 0. BOS SOI
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When you get ready to Invest in
East Kootenay Land
Write to  or call on
The East Kootenay
Investment Co.
We have a long list of Attractive
Bargains.
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For Fruit and Mixed Farming
640   ACRES
Choice Land for Sale either as a whole
or in quarter sections.
Well watered by springs and small lake.     Also water record
on   Sand  Greek.       Government   Wagon   Rond  through
property, about 24 miles from Kootenay River and 4 miles
south of Crows Nest Railway.
Price $10 per acre as a whole
TerntB— { Cash, balance in three niinual payments:
li per cent interest.      Saw Logs Reserved.
Apply  T.  Q.   PROCTOR,   NELSON,   B. C.
CRANBROOK TO HAVE A THIRD
BANK
ROYAL   HANK OP     CANADA    Tt)
BUILD AT ONCE.
('. A. Crosblc, ol Vancouver, inspector "I tlio Royal Bank ol t'an-
:ln, was in the city Iusl week ami
Drnplctal arrangements lot opening d
branch ol liis haul; lure at once,
temporary quarters havo been sceiu-
-J in Ihr Alliens block, hul the lunik
uill hmhi .it mice i> brick ami atone
building ..ii a Bile to be iclecbod on
I'.aKei    street.       Tie' Royal hank is
ie  ol   lhe  st gcSl   llliaiielal  lustltll-
□118   iii  the  ll'iin) ii  ami  has  some
oigkty-flvo branches throughout     the
III IV       This uill  illlike the      lllllll
chartered hank m the city, which all
giics  to show    tlinl    Hie  people entile believe    in the luturo ul    Oranbrook ami the ilistriet.
A BANK FOR MOYIE
The Imperial Bank will open a
branch nl Moylo nt once. This
branch will ho under tho Jurisdiction
of .1. I*\ M. Pinkham, tho manager of
thf Cranhrook office. The plans for
llie now Cranbrook office ol the
bank have been approved and tenders
will he called for at once.
NEW BkICK COMPANY
A number of the enterprising
citizens of Cranbruok have joined in
ilu- organization of a company for
tho purpose of manufacturing brick.
Among those at the head of tbe
movement are Messrs. Raker, Hell,
V. A. Uolllns, McCallum, Harvey,
Green, Ucaltio and M. A. Macdonald.
Tin' machinery was installed some
two weeks ago ami brick is being
turned out today. The location
was secured from tbo Cranhiook estate, about balf way between Cranbrook and the Mission, and exports
have expressed tlio opinion that the
quality of the clay is the very best.
The demand for brick will be increasing in Cranbrook and tbo gentlemen
who have invested their money in
this enterprise are lo ho congratulated.
C. P. R. AT UNITED STATES
IRRIGATION CONGRESS
Spokane,     Wash.,       May       1.—Sir
bourns U. Shaughnessy, president of
the Canadian  Pacific  Hnilway   company, writes   from   Montreal   \o K,
uslnger, cliaiiinan of the Hoard    of
Control   of Hie   National Irrigation
tigress, thai  while it  maj  not   lie
uiTblo for hini to allcitrd the seventeenth sessions of   thai   orgaalz-atiuii
Spokane, Augutt I) to 11, tbo eum-
panj    will   in-   represented.      .1. s.
Drums, assisiaitl  to ihe Bceumi rice-
retddcut ami superintendent  ol    tin
uupati) s nugalion  works,  \\\\\   lie
nong    the    speakers, taking as liis
ibjecl "Irrigation in Canada."
Sir Thomas expressed interest     In
Un- problems of irrigation, drainage,
leslry, deep waterways. good iiw.U
and home building to he discussed,
ml i egret ted he may not be able to
lie present during llie sessions. lie
intimated, however, that die Congress will not he disappointed in .Mr.
Dennis as a representative, milling:
"lb- has more complete detailed information about what we are doing
and what we contemplate doing than
mv one else."
Air. Insinger announced thai the
provinces of llritish Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan will send
large delegations, also that it is expected to have representatives from
Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New
Brunswick and Nova Scotia, adding:
There is much interest in irrigation in Western Canada, ami I know
tbe people in the eastern provinces
are vitally concerned in forestry,
waterways, reclamation plans, good
mads and home building. Tlie movement lo settle the new eastern province is evidence of this, and we shall
look for delegates from those parts
of the Dominion."
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PATJHOKE BROS. A MOWING FIRM
When it comes down to plumbing
und sheet metal working there is no
establishment in the country that can
surpass Patmore Bros, of this city.
These gentlemen have worked up a
large and ever-increasing business.
tl. W. Patmore, the senior member
of the firm, came to Cranbrook in
1888, ami lor live years worked for
(;. 11. Miner, who was tbe pioneer
hardware man in this section of country. In 1003 Mr. Patmore, in partnership with bis brother, E. H. Patmore, started into the tinsmith and
. lumbing business under the lirm
name of Patmore Bros. Later they
were joined by another brother, .1. C.
Patmore.
rom what was a very small beginning their business bas developed
by leaps ami bounds and today they
have one of the most modern and
up-to-date estaldishments of the kind
in lhe interior. They make a
specialty of blower machinery for
lumber ami planing mill and there is
hardly a mill in the country where
some of their work cannot he seen.
Anything tbat can be made out ot
sheel metal they can manufacture
nnd anything ihat can be done with
pipes they can construct.    Hot wat-
heatiug plants, steam heating
plants, hot air furnaces are all
things that they supply. ilanges,
stoves and heaters they always
carry in stock and of the best possible quality. Gasoline engines for
irrigation purposes or sawing wood,
cream separators, and every possible
Kind of household sanitary supplies
may be found at their establishment.
Lately they have added a line of up-
to-date baby carriages and go carts,
which are finding a ready sale. Anything in the line of tiusmitbing and
plumbing anil anything in the way of
granitcwaro and tinware can be pro-
eiired from Patmore nros. They are
doing a good business, which is rapid-
Iv increasing because Patmore Bros
attend strictly to business.
LEAD ROCNTY.
(i. O. Buchanan, lead bounty commissioner, has received tbe cheques
for the lead bounty up to March
■list. The mines entitled to the
bounty are as follows:
Alpha, American Hoy, Arlington,
(Brie), Arlington (Slocan), Peterborough Trading Co., Banker, Bismark,
Black Diamond, Bluebell, Canadian
Croup, Cook, Early Bird, Elkhorn,
Emerald, Flint, Frances, Hot Punch
Giant (ttohh-n) Jessie, Bluebird, Last
Monarch, Montezuma, North Star,
Chance, Gallagher, Maestro, Maggie,
Niel, Pontine, Queen, Dominion,
Rambler-Cariboo, Reco, Rio, Hlch-
mond-Kureka, Ruth, Sally, Silver
Bell, Silver Cup, Silver Hustler
Slocan Star, Slocan Sovereign, Huby
Stiver, Spokane, Standard, Sunset,
Vancouver, Wellington, West mount,
Whitewater, Deep, Hewitt, Wakefield,
St. Eugene, Ymir, Bluebird (Uossland.)
THE KING WINS
London, May 20.—The King's horsf
Minoru won the Derby at Epsom
lodav. Louviers was second and
William the Fourth third. Valeus,
Sir Martin, Bayardo, Tbe Stony
and       Cock-a-Hoot also       ran.
This is the first time that a king of
England bas ever    won the blue rll:
hou of thc English turf.
EDMUND-DUCKERING.
(tn May 25th, by the Rev. Flew-
citing, rector of Christ church, Cranbrook, Joseph Walter Edmond to
Miss Kate Duckoring. Mr. Edmond
bas been in Cranbrook about a year
and Is an employe of thc Co-Opera-
tlvc Stores. The bride arrived in
the city from England a few days
before the wedding.
BASEBALL
MOYIE VS. CltANBUOOK.
A splendid galllfl uf liusi'liull was
played mi tlic morning nl tlie 24.tli
between Moyie mul Cranbrook. Tlm
R'Mill wus a win Im' tin; visitors
witli a .scum ul 5 lu 1. Following
is Uic .score:
Cranbrook— A.D. S.H. K.
(lugiioti, 1st b ii     ll     ll
Miller, r.f 5     (I     ll
cilsull, 2ml  li 5      U      0
Sullivan, s.s 1     1     II
Mathews, 3rd b 1     1     1
.Millsllll, I- 1       1       1
lllancv, c.l 1     ll     0
Murphy, I.i 1     »     "
Wiliilcll, |i 1      2      2
311     5 4
Battery—Wlmlcll and Stiiisuu.
Moyie-                      A.B. S.H. II.
Kelly, 1.1 5     0 0
Scalnii,  2ml  b ii      l) 0
liiady, c 5     2 2
fussier, p 5      1 H
Kaiiini, 1st b j     1 1
lliillaral, 3rd li 1     0 1
llclslev, s.s 4     1 1
Crow, c.l 4     11 0
Mellllyrc,  r.f 4      0 0
41     5     5
HntU'i'v—I'rissler and Grady.
1 2 II I ii (i 7 8 II 11
Cranbrook      0-2-0-1-0-0-0-0-1—4
Moylo 1-0-0-1-0-0-04-0—5
I tnpire—.lames Bales.
Al tendance— 500.
THK FAT MEN'S GAME.
Seven tons ol lat came from Fernie lu indulge in a game ul baseball
with the fat men ol Cranbrook. Tbe
game look place un Monday evening
anil created a lot ul amusement.
Tbe ganic was called ull on account
nl darkness alter tlie third innings.
Tlie score was as follows:
Cranbrook- A.B. S.H. lt
Kamm, s.s.  1     1     1
Phillips, 3rd b 2     0     0
Veanillc, c 2      1      0
Welch, 1st b 2      2      0
III. I'lillili, 1.1 2 '   0      0
Caslake, r.l 1     0     0
Mead, p 1     1     1
Leitch, e.f 1     0     0
Rollins, 2nd b 1     0     0
•Elmer  I     0     1
14 5 3
*Elmer played iy place ol Kamm in
3rd inning.'
Battery—Mead and Veandlc.
Fernie-                     A.B. S.H. It.
Dean, c 2 1 2
Scott, 1st li 2 0 0
Whalen, r.l 2 0 0
Wrigislesworth, s.s 2 2 1
Lloyd, p 1 0 0
Stevenson, l.t 1 0 u
McMlllcn, 2nd base  1 0 0
Black, e.l 1 0 0
ADDITIONAL LOCALS
r \V. McDonald, of Hosmer, took
in ih.' races.
il. *i. Lyon, of Mlairmore, was in
the city nn Monday and Tuesday.
\V. I.. Reid, nf Mavook, was registered at llir lintel 'Cianbrook last
Friday.
I. 1.. (inies, ibe will kuowa Fernie
hotel mail, was in lown for the
races.
Mis.  W.   Halsall      left  last  Friday
i Spokane to undergo medical
i rent ment.
\  Hue new     English billiard table
s hem put into commission at the
t  I'll. Cigar store.
I». McComtell, of Waldo, was in
Lown fot the races.
\\. ti. Sawyer and Mrs. Sawyer
wni' in from Cowley for tbe races
ai th>- beginning uf   the week.
Horl VVIilmstur, of the Fernie fat
nun's baseball team, wus ia Crau-
inook Monday.
"Together" is tho tiilu of ller-
rieks new hook. At Heattie & Atchison's.
.\. Ward, uf Siftou City, and It.
Huggard, "Silver Cat Hon," left at
ine ettd of lhe week for a bear hunt
mi thf upper reaehes of the St.
Marys,
"fajebastian," Frank Dauby's great
new novel.   At Heattie <V Atchison's.
ii. Kriekson, speaking uf the probabilities uf high water this year,
said Unit un the high altitudes near
i ne Skonkuiiu'huek there is not so
much snow as at this lime last
year aud tbat if this goes gradually
> High water may he avoided.
However, so as to tane uu chances
ihe boom ut Wardner has been
strengthened materially.
A good oak muiitel fur (30.00. At
i'atmoru Hrus.
I-'OH SALK—Twenty-eight acres uf
null, land within tbieu miles ul
rJlitu, two aeres clear; situated un
ihe rillt river; bus tine spring un
premises. The above will be suid
right. Address W. C. L,, Box BO,
h.U'0, B.C. 10-tf
Al. Phillips, of Tobacco Plains, is
m lhe city today. Mr. Phillips ean
hardly be said lo have totally re-
mend     from bis   accident of last
ear.     He is taking a trip lu Kng-
tii.l, leaving early in July, and no
doubt the sea trip and tlie chuugc uf
liniaii' will restore him to health.
Mr. Phillips will be accompanied by
ins youngest daughter.
Ue have jusl plated ia stoek some
cry nice oak mantels, both in
glass    and     weathered   finish,   also
Buckeye" and basket grates and
andirons fur lirepluee.s.      Look over
ur jj;oods.—Patmore Bros.
"Tom" Proctor, of Nelson, was
icre fur the races. Mr. Proctor says
that Craubrouk has the best race
track in the west. Kverybody in
Cranbrook is pleased to meet "Tom"
.Nelson's big booster.
FOB SALK—Span of horses,
weight 1300; well matched, good
work team; price $100, including harness. Address E. C. Smith, Wyeliffe, B. C. 10-tI
"Friendship Village," by Zona
Gale is worth reading.—Beattie .V
Alebison.
Harry Steeves, a nephew of the
late Reuben Sleeves, died from the
ef'ieets of aa accident. While boarding a freight train at Frank on
Monday he lost his hold and fell under lbe ears.       One leg was crushed
-,l the other eut off. He was removed to the hospital, where he
died. C T. Steeves, his cousin,
was iu Cranbrook for the races, but
left at once for Frank on receipt of
tbe news.
Its "Classcoek" baby walkers ac-
cording to Patmore Bros. ad.
.Air. and Mrs. Bent have almost
eonvpleted their house and in a short
inrie Mrs. Bent, who is a well known
trained nurse, will be in a position
to take patients at her home.
.lu..I unloaded, a car of furniture,
unhiding everything needed ia Cranbrook. The prices are riRht.—
C. C. S.
FOB SALIC—One bay mare and
colt, also two bay mares, aged 4 and
I years;' one grey marc 4 years old;
wagon and Harness; set up bob
sleighs; 1 bog and bush plow and
other farming implements, $000 cash
takes the lut. Apply D. Burton
Cranbrook, B.C. 7-tI
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Battery—Lloyd and Dean.
Cranhrook 	
Fernie 	
Attendance-700.
14     1     3
1 23 It
...1-1-1-3
...2-0-1-3
JUNIORS    PLAY A GOOD GAME.
One of the finest games of the season was witnessed by a small crowd
immediately after the races on Mondav, between the Moyie and Cran-
hruuk juniors. After playing seven
innings the score was 3 to 0 in favor
of the home team. The lineup fur
Movie was as follows: L. Cruwe, II.
Crowe. A. Crowe, R. Ilawke, A. Lut-
ner, W. Attwood, C. Reese, P. Conrad and P. Frogelia.
Tbe Cranbrook lineup was: O. Kerr,
S. Borthwick, O. Boyee, L. Stewart,
C. McCowan, S. Elmer, A. Brown,
II. Bat hie and R. Pinley.
These teams will play again in
Moyie on the first of July.
DOMINION DAY AT MOYIE
Moylo will ccleliratc .luly 1st.
When' MoylQ celebrates lliey do it
well anil it is sale to say that Dominion dav will lie no exception to tlie
rule. Aquatic and other sports
will lie llie order ot the day. Thc
Cranhrook city band will be In attendance, and it is to he boiled that
Crnnbrook will turn out in loree and
|.ii to Moyie for  tlie Int.
Till': METHODIST CONFERENCE
The Methodist Conference was held
in New Westminster and closed last
week, ltov. K. I lushes attended
luiin lhe city, also S. VV, ltyckman.
llie stationing committee finished its
Hurk iu the early hours ol Wednesday morning, and the following
changing will take place in the Kast
Kootenay district, lo go into cllect
..ii Sunday, June 6th:
Creston—Rov. Forbes Iluthcrloril
II. A.
Moyle-Rev, .1. Wesley Miller, ll.A
Elko—Rev. II. Jones.
Coal Creek—Rov. 1). W. Scott.
llosmor—Rev. R. W. Lee.
Michel—Rov. C. T. Chcnnoweth,
II. A.
Rev. W. I.. Hall, H.A., chairman of
die district.
Itev. R. Hughes, financial secretary.
Mr. Hall will leave for thc east in
Uic interests of the new church at
Pernio, the foundation stone ol which
was laid last Monday evening amid
much rejoicing.
Tlie Ilov's Drigade had a march out
mi Monday and indulged in sports on
the prairie just below the town. A
feat nre of the affair was a Marathon
race, which was greatly enjoyed,
particularly by the winners. Tea
was served, and a game ol baseball
played; others fished, and a lew iti-
ircpiil members went bathing.
A SUCCESSFUL MEETING
Many Horses and Many People Were in
Attendance
Tiie spring raea meeting is a tiling
f tho pnst, ami a liapp) memory at
timt. there waa not a hitch uf any
iii.i ni description lo mar ibe pleasure ut lhe two days spurt. The
cruder was all that could be iif--.ii-
•ii, a slight shower ur two, jnai
nuilgli to lay the dust, helped in
'.rn way. The arrangements were
jilcmlidly carried uni und great
iiMit is due lu the managem -it
i'lisidrn* \. A. Kolllns, Mairagin.,
iii tec lor Ryan, Sccret-ary KooerU,
Ut. Hell ami Ur. Rutledge. Each uu,
yeoman service, aud to them is duu
ihe unqualified sueit-ss ui the race
imvtiiig.
ever iu lhe history uf Western
(-.'ana-da has there been a race mtvttng
it town the sivc ul UranbrouK,
that was nui un a regular circuit,
Where such a niagnitieeiii programme
was presented. Although this was a
lone race meeting, there were horses
rom Winnipeg, Irom Calgary, from
Spokane, from Vancouver and intermediate points. I'he horsemen and
lhe visitors seemed lu mult' in an ti-
loii iu make the two days meeting a
eess in every   way ami the  result
s ample evidence of lbe fact thai
tne K'ople uf Cranbrook know bow
ii handle a meeting uf this kind.
lomlay ami Tuesday were two
i ami gala days in the city and the
mi ml reds uf visitors wira camo here
mid only words ut praise fur the
management, 'lbe races, as was
conceded by everyone present, were
ut tin* very best 'ami were thoroughly
enjoyed hy every man, woman and
eb I Id on tlic grounds, liny were
clean and stiuaro and a crcdu lo the
uwuers uf the burses. Furthermore,
Hie horsemen were mure than ple.isi.-tl
wilh    the   treatment     they received
>iu the association and all' united in
slating that lliey would be only tuu
glad tu come back tu rranbruok at
tiie fall meeting this year.
There is une feature uf a race meeting uf ibis eharaeter which should
uul be overlooked. I'ranbruok bas
gained the reputation fur betne a
center in   this     district fur spuriin*:
nls as well as fur business and
the people generally appreciate tbe
faet tliiit when t'ranbruuk advertises
Jtie ur more daja uf spurt she delivers tbe goods.
on lbe first day ' there was a hot
hall game between the Movie ,tn*J
Cranbrook teams, lhe races, and a
most interesting game uf ban-trail
between the fat men of Fernie and
t'ranhrook. Later there was one of
the best boxing contests at the Audi-
turiiini ever seen in ihis part fi
Canada.
On lhe next day there was another excellent programme of races, a
game uf baseball between tbe juniors
uf Moyie and Cranbrook and a dar.<-<*
at the Auditorium in ihe evening.
With all of this, the Cranhrook city
band, in addition to their playing
on tlie grouuds gave a concert tO-h
evenings on the main street. Bandmaster Corrison had bis men in fine
trim and many words of a complimentary nature were said ot both
himself and the members of bis u:-
gani/.ation. Hundreds of people visited Cranbrook aud everybody bad a
good time, and it's up to tlie peupk-
of Ibis city lo start in at una* a;..;
unite in a grand efiorl lo make Uu*
races and lhe agricultural exposition
this fall the greatest success that
Cranbrook bas ever seen.
Tiii* lirst day's racing commenced
at about 2 p.m. on Monday. I>r.
Rutledge acted as starier, James
Ryan as timekeeper and paddock
judge, C. II. Grifbn, of Calgary, and
B. Powlcy, of Weyhurne, .Sfanitona.
as race judges, and J. ii. Henderson
as clerk of the scales. The first race
was tbe 2.12 trot or 2.17 pace, for a
puise fi M.'.n. -iia- lust heal was
won ii> Nellie !■., ben (.. second ami
Hun u*..i uiuu, i min Diatnuihl coating in last. tne lime Was _._i.
in the sevutid heal tteii i . was m-.i
umier tne wire, -. nerrj Utamoau
s<.'.--,id ami Uou Usa thira, Seine ...
living lasi, unit', 2.3<J, Tne luittt
inai  was won nv  Nellie K, l>uu n-.a
id
li   Ut
ia
uiamond fourth, rime, 2.971. 1"'"
lutirtli beat proved i....i Nellie I*.
 - ■ -■ ..    iia! uunch, as *ii.j
suit
eoud;
Nellh
i.. first;   Bei
lime iui tht- Ue-t heat was 2.274,
Uerlie t\. was scratched.
ine second race was .;»■ 3.35 trot
or 3.40 pace, this was won by
/.anthas in three straight heats,
I'atbfmdcr second, and (.iaicty u»il
mud. the time was -■ "1 tor ine
liist heat, J.im [01 ihe second ami
j..M't iui ihe third,
iluie were ine entries foi ibe mm
mm* dash, won by a. Bcebe's Maud
McQee, A. McKay *- Aronmti.e
secoud and Cooper and E\U\\ s
i'hm.*.\   IfU' third Fonda ami n
FI also ran.     Turn*, 1.40.
I'm*   Ihuc-qitailel   nine   dash      was
won by  A. McKay * Mlutia, Uoolej s
Irish     l.ad second and     hell s ......
ClarKe   thud.       Maud   Mcliec a..a
Greasv  Fete were scratched:     Turn',
1..>J.
1 ik- five-cigths mile dasb was won
by K. .1. Sail -. Fori Wayne, in. Me-
Abee's Ucavci Ham l.ad being second
ami Beebes Beautiful ami Best uuiu.
Rose Alta also ran.    Time, 1.5U.
itiv local half mile was won by I.
K. Fierce s Fondo, Weazel Brown b.-
ing second ami Wild Cai third. Herman Bay, l reston Chief and Ballas-
tite also ran.
1 lie local trot was pusipumd ami
will bv run later on in   lbe season.
(•ii Tuesday tlie lirst feature on tbe
p:u-;rai:mie was the free-fur-all trot
or pact*. This event look five heats
to decide. The nisi heal was won
by Bertie K. with l>on Osa second
and Whitehall third. The second
beat waS taken bv Bertie K, Bon
o*-a second ami Whitehall third. The
third beat was UKi-n by Don Usa,
wiib Whitehall second and Bertie K.
third. The fourth heat was won by
Whitebait, Don Osa second and Bertie* K. third. Tbe filth heat gave
Whitehall first place again, Don Osa
r-i.-,.'r,j ana Beetle K. third. The
general results were Whitehall first,
berttc K. second and I>on Osa third.
L-berry Diamond and Gaiety Girl
were scratched.
In tbe half mile pony race Fi Fi
won and Alice was second. The
lime was 54 seconds.
The seventh-eighths mile dash was
won by Maud McGee, Aromatize was
second, Fondo third and Lady Clarke
fuurth. Tbe time was 1.35. Greasy
Fete was scratched.
Tne Jive and a half furlongs was
won by Mmtia. Beautiful and Best
second and Fori Wayne third. Rose
Alta and Fi Fi were' scratched. The
time was 1.12J.
The novelty race was a feature of
the afternoon. The first quarter
was won by Alice and the halt, the
three-quarters ami tbe mile by Beaver
Dam l.ad. Hose Alta, Fort Wayne,
hiiii l.ad and Weazel Brown also ran.
Th*- tune at the quarter was 2*i
seconds, at the half bi seconds and
at the mile l.a.ij. It was impossible to get the time at the three-
quarters.
Tbe local half mile was won by
Weazci Brown with Creston Chief
second and Herman Bay third. The
time was ~n seconds.
B. C. SYNOD.
Rev. C. O. Main returned from the
Coast last week, having been attending the British Columbia Synod,
which met in Victoria May 5-7.
Considerable time was given to hearing reports of the Evangelistic campaign iu the Kootenay and in considering the place of a sane educated
evangelism in thc 1'reshytenan
church. It was also pointed out to
the Synod that advanced legislation
in the United States against race-
iracK gambling was driving lbe scum
of lhe sporting world over into Canada, and a strongly worded telegram was sent to Premier I.aurn-r
ami R. I.. Borden, presenlmg the sei-
iousness of the situation ant urging
an amendment to the criminal code-
to prohibit tin- negotiating ol liets on
lhe race track.
AI lhe close of lbe Synod a conference on religious work was held in
Vancouver. Rev. Prof. James Dcn-
nev, of Glasgow, Prof. A. B. Gordon and Prof. R. E. Welsh, of Montreal college, were the chief speakers. A large part of the thought of
ibis conference was given to the relation of the minister and the church
to the working man's problems and a
fine spirit of sympady was manifested ami a determination, to stand
for an independent manhood versus
monopoly. During his trip Mr. Main
also visited Seattle and Spokane
William II. Adams, for many years
a sporting goods dealer in Victoria,
dropped dead recently trom heart
disease while shooting with the Victoria Gun club. He was a native of
Ohio, and lift yearn old.
BORN.
At Cranbrook, B. C, or. Mav 21th,
1900, lo Mr. and Mrs. t. M
Roberts, a son.
NOTICE.
All Orangemen arc Invited to attend 1111 open meeting in the Carmen's Union ball on Saturday. .lune
12th, at H o'clock p.m., when business of importance will lie laid before them for consideration.
(Signed) .1. Wallace,
Bv   order ot   thu Worshipful Master.
THE BOXING CONTEST
SCALER   OKI'S   Till-:   DECISION
OVER BENNETT.
(iin: ul the best liosmg exhibition
ever held in Western Canada look
place ui lhe Auditorium ou llie evening ul Hie Mth. Uelore Uic main
i'miiIiiiiijii there were two preliminaries, 11. Kerr mid 11. Vanhouso bux-
.11 iuiir ri.iinds lo a draw, and .1.
Allen, "I Molilalia, and A. Gill, ol
Movie, l»ii u|i a three iound null lu
a draw also.
'im-   main   event    was    between
"Kid"    Sealer,   ol   t'ranbrook,   ami
"Jack" Hiiiwtt, "I   St. I'aul.     Ut
il !„• said mat UenneM |iui up a •■cry
pluck)   iliTi'iiee, Inn al ll.e same time
in spite ol    the   laet   that Betmcti
v\..s the heavlci man bv *"'"''' twenty
pounds, Scalei had ibe best ol it all
lhe wav through.     Straight Marquis
„l   ouecnthury   rulci   governed   tlic
content,   so thai Irom a spectators
point "I view, it was perhaps not as
Spectacular as a ilean-break contest
would have been.     Honors were easy
loi  tbe lirst lour   rounds, hut   trom
ihe lilib mi Bennett took a    lot   ol
punishment.      In   the   ninth   round
Bennett caught   Sealer a short arm
lab to   thc jaw and brought him    to
his knees, where he took a count ol
six.   Regaining his feet he put Ben-
, nett down lur a count ol nine.   Bc-
I fore they could   clinch   the WI rang
i ami saved Bennett, who was grosgy.
I The tenth roiiiul was a quiet one ami
I nothing, serious happened.     In    the
eleventh round Scaler came up from
Ins corner sirnnc, and within the first
minute and a hall put Bennett down
| three times.    There was no question
!ns to who was the   winner and    ut
i this stage Uctcrcc .lames Bates sent
! lhe men to   their   comers and gave
his decision in   favor ol Scaler    on
points.     There never was a cleaner,
more sportsmanlike     or satislaclory
boxing contest in   Ibis district    and
niiy lime that either Sealer or   Bennett want to put up a contest    here
ihev  will have the    support ol the
public. THE   CRAiM BROOK   HERALD
$2.00 A YEAH
THE   PAPEK   THAT   IS   READ   BY   THE   PEOPLE
MAY 27. 1900
OKANKltOOK 1IEBALD
By the Herald   Publishing Company,
Limited.
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(From lbe Ferine Free Press.)
While a number of tlio Klk Lumber
company s rlvcrmcn were working on
ihe drive near Hosmer this morning,
a Slavonian, who was also employed
uu lhe drive, tried lo imitate llie old
river drivers by riding logs iu the
center of llie rivet and as a result,
fell in und was tamed liy the swill
current into deep water, where he
■|uienly drowned. The body lias not
yel linen recovered. An Inquest will
he held.
Mr. J,P.M. I'iiil-bam, manager ol
the Imperial Hank at Cranbrook and
.Mr. Hull's, Inspector of the Imperial
Hank iu Western Canada, are in town
today arranging for the opening of a
branch of Uml hank. We iimlcistuml
that thev have secured au option on
a store in the Todd block, whieh they
will occupy for six months, during
the course of ihe erection of a block
on the old Coal company's otllcu site,
whieh they    purchased   some    years
The Miners' t'nion opera bouse here
will be one of the finest west of Winnipeg.
Judge Wilson held a speedy trial
on Wednesday in connection with a
gambling charge. Judgment was reserved.
J. II. McMullin, chief of provincial
police, will arrive in town tonight.
1). V. Mott lefl on Tuesday on a
business trip to the Const.
Thc C; N. V. Coal company will
construct lifty small houses at Coal
Creek Ibis summer.
J.' S. Volume and J. Fleishman
are delegates from Fernie lodge,
Knights of Pythias, at the big convention in Uossland this week.
The regular sitting of the supreme
court will be held in Fernie, commencing Julv 25th. There is unite n
heavy docket nf civil and criminal
cases.
All the lumbermen along the river
are anticipating high water this year
owing to tlie late season.
Star mill,   was in   Cranbrook    last
Monday.
Mrs. C. -V. Klingensmith spent a
day shopping in Fernie last  *vcek.
Mrs. B. H. llolbrook has purchased
,i large stock of ladies and children's
shoes.
Mrs. and Mis. C. II. Knock©, of
Cranbrook, were visitors in this
rily last Friday.
Messrs. J. P. Aye and Fred
Adolph, of Haynes Lake, were iu
town last Saturday.
Fred Roo spent several davs with
his family at Uoosville last'week.
The new   government    road    ami
bridge  across lbe   Klk   river    were
mieiieiil last week and tbe work is
now well under way.
Klko will he well represented at
the Cranbrook race meet next Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. |i. MeNcish and daughter, of
Penile, were guests of Mrs. llolbrook
last  week.
Thus. Huberts expects to move
into his new bilteher shop on
"ones' comer this week.
Mr. II. A. Sawyer has moved his
family from Pincher Creek and has
bought .1. Mutt's residence.
Stanley Todhunter, of Michel, was
spending a few days this week at
home.
Mrs. S. A. Inglis left Inst week
for Huston, Mass., taking Nellie
Lewis with her. They will spend
the summer in that city.
"llrs. .1. Kelleher was visiting
friends in Kalispcll, Mont., last
week.
MOYIE
(Prom tbe Moyie Leader.)
M. A, Beale and wife were up from
Cranhrook Thursday.
Mrs. Conrad was iu Cranbrook
Tuesday.
E. J. Cann, of Calgary, was in
town Wednesday.
J. L. Gibbous is now on his ranch
in the Moyie valley.
T. T. MeVittie is surveying the
Ouindoii claim on the west sidt of
the lakf.
The fishing bus been good in Monroe
lake and some splendid catches unreported.
Wm. Harris was up from Cranbrook on payday assisting 13. A. Hill
during the rush.
Kev. Father Keck will make his
headquarters at Moyie in future, but
wilt be a portion of tho time at Creston and ut the St. Eugene Mission.
The force of men working on the
property of the Society (lirl Mining
company are making splendid progress iii driving the long tunnel. This
is a very promising property and
within a month or two it is expected
there will be some startling news
to give to tbe outside world.
ELKO
(From our own correspondent)
J. M. Agnew was in Nelson for *
few days this week, looking after his
interests there.
Mrs. T. C. Armstrong, of Cranbrook, passed through town one day
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Gladwin, of Corbin, wire guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Burgess, of North Star Hill, last
Sunday.
Misses Dudleys and friends were
picnicing at the falls Sunday.
Kdward, Ernest and .1. It. Prcttir
were Cranbrook visitors on Tuesday.
Mrs. II. Oland and Miss Dnlnmst
visited friends in Hosmer last Saturday.
The C.P.U. station is bavin.; a
new coat of paint, which 1 .al es a
grcat improvement.
C. E. Ayres, manager of tbe North
WATER NOTICE.
NOTICE     IS    HEREBY   GIVEN
t lial   an   application   will   be made
under   Part   V. of tbe "Water Act,
imw," to   obtain a   license in   the
Cranbrook Water District.
tu) The name, address and oecupa-
l ii in of lhe applicant: Edwin
■ lames Clayton, of Marysville,
Trader.
lb) The name of tbe lake, stream or
source (if unnamed, thc description is), Marion Creek, o tributary of St. Mary's River, running through Lot 0101.
(c) The poini of diversion: Near the
crossing of the Government
Road.
fd) The quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per second)
One cubic foot per second.
i e) The character of the proposed
works: A dam, -ditch, pipes and
Humes.
(f)   The premises on whieh the water
is   to   be used (describe same):
Lot   lilOl,   Group    1, Koottn
District.
g)   The   purposes for  whieh       the
water is to bu used: Irrigation.
(li) If for irrigation describe the
land Intended to be irrigated,
giving acreage: That portion of
Lot (HOI, lying between tbe
Government Road and the St.
Mary's River, containing about
Hi acres.
(j) Area of Crown land intended to
be occupied by the proposed
works:   None.
(k) This notice was posted on thc
Sixth day of May, l!)d!l. and
application will be made to the
Commissioner on lhe Seventh
day of June, l!l(Hl, at four
o'clock in the afternoon.
(I) Give the names and addresses of
any riparian proprietors or
licensees who or whose lands
are likely to he affected by the
proposed works, either above or
below the outlet: None.
E. J. Clayton,
Marysville
WATER ACT, mfiO.
I,     Edwin    James   Clayton,    of
Marysville, by   occupation, a Trader,
do solemnly declare:
1. Tbat true copies of the Wafer
Notice hereto attached and marked
A. were posted at two conspicuous
nliices, that is to say at or near two
bridges on tbe Government Road,
across Lot (11(11, on the fith dav of
May, 11)08.
2. Tbat the applicant holds the
'and on which the water is to be used
bv virtue of a Crown Grant and stib-
sequenl conveyances,
3. Tlinl the water flowing through
the creek af ordinary high water is
aboul "lie cubic foot per second.
I. That the fads mentioned in
'lie Water Notice are true to the
besl of mv knowledge and belief,
A* d 1 make this solemn declaration
conscientiously believing it lo he true
■•ml knowing that it is of the same
fone and elTeet as if made under
oafh and bv virtue of the "Canada
Evidence Act."
E. J. Clayton.
1) eel fired   before   me    at Cranbrook
ibis fith day of May, IBM.
J. P." Armstrong.
Form of Notice approved. Notices
to he posted at two conspicuous
places on the Government Road on
said Lot filftl.
J. P. Armstrong,
10-It Water Commissioner.
for (in cubic feet per second);
One cubic foot per second.
(e) The character   of   the   proposed
Works: A tlum, 'ditch, pipes and
Humes,
(f) Tbe premises on which the water
is to lie used (describe same).
Lot iilUl, Group 1, Kootenay
District.
ig)   Tlie   purposes for  which       the
waler is lo be used: Irrigation.
lb) If lor irrigation describe the
land Intended to be irrigated,
giving acreage; That portion oi
Loi 0401, lying between tlie
Government Roud and the St.
Mary's River, containing about.
Ill acres.
Area of Crown land intended to
be occupied by the proposed
works:    None.
(k) This notice was posted on the
Sixth duy of May, Ptiiii, audi
application will be made to the'
Commissioner on thu Seventh I
day of June, MUD, at four
o'clock iu the afternoon. |
(I) Give the names and addresses of
any riparian proprietors or I
licensees who or whose lauds
are likely to be atTecled by the
proposed works, either above or
below the outlet: None.
K. J. Clayton,
Marysville.
WATER ACT, 1009.
I,     Edwin    James    Clayton,    of
Marysville, by   occupation, a Trader,
do solemnly declare:
1. That true copies of the Water
Notice hereto attached and marked
A, were posted at two conspicuous
places, that is to say at or near two
bridges on the Government Road,
across Loi ti IU 1, on the lith day of
May, 1009.
2. That thc applicant holds thc
land on which the water is to bo used
by virtue of a Crown Grant and subsequent conveyances.
3. That the water (lowing through
the creek al ordinary high water is
about one cubic foot per second.
I. Tbat the fads mentioned in
the Waler Notice arc true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
And I make ibis solemn declaration
conscientiously believing it to be true
and knowing that it is of the same
force and effect as if made under
oath and hy virtue of the "Canada
Evidence Act."
E. J. Clayton.
Declared   before    mc     at Cranbrook
this nth day of May, 1909.
J. P. Armstrong.
Form approved. Notices to be
posted at two places on the Government Road on said Lot 6401.
J. F. Armstrong,
10-11 Water Commissioner.
WATER NOTICE.
NOTICE    IS   HEREBY   GIVEN
ili.it   an    application   will   be made
under   Part    V. of the "Water Act,
1009," to    obtnin a   license in   the
Cranbrook Water District.
'1   Tbe   name, address   and occupation   of    tbe   applicant: Edwin
James   Clavton,   of MarysvlFle,
Trader.
'hi The name of the lake, stream nr
source (if tinnnnu-d, tbe deserlp-
llon Is}, Clavton Creek, a tributary nf tbe St. Marv's River,
running through Lot 0101.
'e) The poini of diversion: Near the
crossing of the Government
Rond.
(d)   The    quantity of   water applied
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that thirty days after date I intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands aud Works for a license to
prospect for coal and petroleum over
tlte following lands, situate in Block
■I't'i'i, District of South East Kootenay, British Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted
about half mile north of the S. W.
corner post of Lot 7841, Group 1,
and being tbe N. E. corner post of
L. L. Langlcy's claim, thence south
Hit chains, tbence west 80 cbains,
thence north HO chains, thence east
SO chains to point of commencement,
containing (M0 acres, more -or less.
Lemuel L. Langley, Locator.
Located this 17-th day of May,
1909. lO-Bt*
CERTIFICATE      OP      IMPROVE
MENTS.
NOTICE.
TARRANT MINERAL CLAIM,
SITIARE IN THE PORT
STEELE     MINING    DIVISION
. OP EAST KOOTENAY DISTRICT.
WHERE
LOCATED-ON
CREEK.
LUKE
TAKE NOTICE that 1, William
Tarrant, Free Miners Certificate
Number H0090, intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder lor a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant ol the
above claim.
AND FURTHER TAKE   NOTICE
that action, under Section 37,   must
he commenced   before the issuance of
such Certificate of Improvements.
William Tarrant.
Dated at Cranhrook this 27th day
of Mav,   1909. 10-ttt
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF  KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Herbert
Howard McClurc, of Cranbrook,
It, C, occupation, Rancher, Intend to
apply for permission to purchase tin
following described land, situated in
Oranbrook District, District o! South
East Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted adjacent to ami In a westerly direction
from the northwest corner of Lot
7317, thence south 4(1 chains, thence
west 40 chains, thence north 40
cbains, thence east 40 chains to the
point of commencement, containing
100 acres, more or less.
Herbert Howard McClurc.
Staked this 23rd day ot April, A.D
1909. Mt
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF EAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN    DIVISION.
TAKE NOTICE that Mathlas J.
Weber, ol Lethbridge, Alberta, occupation, Real Estate Dealer, intends
to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted 00
chains east of the S. E. corner ol
Block 425, thence south 70 chains,
tbence west 40 chains, to P. R.
1131, thence north 40 chains, thence
west 10 chains, thence north 30
chains, thence cast 80 chains to corner, containing 400 acres, more or
less.
Mathias ,1. Weber.
Dnted 2tst dny of April, 1900. 5-9t*>
HILL & COMPANY
We have moved everything pertaining to Ladies' and Children
wear into the building lately occupied by us as a Furniture Store, and
we invite you to visit us in our new store.
We also invite you to compare OUR PRICES with any prices
which may be quoted to you elsewhere. We intend this to be the
greatest sale ever placed before the people of Cranbrook, and we herewith give you a few prices which will largely govern our sale.
We have many lines of Ginghams and Muslins
regular 15c. 18c. and 20c, these lines we will sell at    -
7-ic.
We have 20 doz. Ladies' Summer Vests
without sleeves, regular J 5c.   We will sell at -      - 3 for 25c.
Ladies   Hose, regular price 35c. -
- \l\z.
11
45c.
22k.
A line of real Fancy Hose in white or tan, regular
price, 65c. *"    35c.
We invite you each and all to come and see for yourselves, where
you will be treated with every attention, even if you do not purchase.
Our Ladies' and Children's Boots and Shoes will be sold
at prices that will convince you that we mean business and we
defy competition.
Everything we have will be sold at Wholesale Cost, and in many
cases even the wholesale price will be lost sight of.
Reductions in proportion to the above will be carried out in our
Mens Department also. Everything in Mens'Clothing, including the well-known 20th Century Brand, will be sold; at
wholesale cost.
THIS   SALE   STARTS   AT   9 A.M.   THURSDAY   AND   WILL
CONTINUE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE IS CIVEN.
WATCH   OUR  WINDOWS  FOR  PRICES.
Nothing sent out on approval at sale prices.
HILL & COMPANY
CRANBROOK'S
GREATEST STORE
HMtl
PABST  BEER
THE FINE8T IN THE WORLD
lici'tmimciiileil  by the beat    i
medical authorities.
SOLE AGENT
A. L. McDERMOr
Wholesale Wine Moiclnuit
PHONE 17 PHONE 17
[P. WOODS  £ CO.
X DEALERS IN
j FRESH AND CURED MEATS AND FISH
I HAY  AND  GRAIN
J    No family order too hihiiII and no wholesale order too big to receive
4 prompt and cartful attention.
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Another Advance
Has Been Declared In the Price ol
Flour, with a Likelihood ol still
HlRlicr Prices. The Wise Housewife
will Save Money by Buying Now.
OOILVIES ROYAL HOUSEHOLD
FI.OUR, $3.90 SACK.
EVAPORATED PEACHES, PEARS
AND APRICOTS, 15c. per lb.
AYLMER AND ANCHOR PEACIII**
PEARS, RASPBERRIES AND
STRAWBERRIES, 2 tins lor
Mc.
STRICTLY FRESH RANCH ECIOS,
30c. per 4oi.
FRESH   MADE   DAIRY BUTTER,
per Ib. 221c
C. T. ROCERS
THE   GROCER
CRAMBROOX,       -      -      B.C.
English China Cups and Saucers
PLAIN WHITE WORCESTER CIOI.I) EDGE  ,.$2.00 daz.
TEA I'LATES TO
MATCH  $1.50 doz.
PLAIN WHITE "PRINCE"
CHINA CUPS AND
SAUCERS  SI.75do/..
PLATES TO MATCH  $2.00 doz.
WHITE MINTON CUPS
AND SAUCERS WITH
PINK BAND-TEA, $2.25,
COFFEE  $2.75 doz.
TEA PLATES TO
MATCH  $1.50 doz.
E N fl I, I S II "TUSCAN"
CHINA AFTERNOON
TEA SETS. USUAL
PRICE   $10.00 lor $7.5*
Footwear lor Warmer Weather
OIRLS WHITE CANVAS
OXFORDS  $1.25
CHILDS WHITE CANVAS
SLIPPERS  $1.IMI and $1.25
MISSES WHITE CANVAS
OXFORDS  $1.50
WOMEN'S   WHITE     CANVAS
OXFORDS  $1.50
WOMEN'S AMERICAN WHITE
CANVAS OXFORDS $1.75 & $2.75
WOMEN'S AMERICAN PINK
AND BLUE CANVAS
OXFORDS  $3.00
WOMEN'S     AMERICAN    TAN
CANVAS OXFORDS $1.75 & $2.75
MEN'S TAN CANVAS
OXFORDS  $2.50
Wc   Have    Still   Somo    Sizes   In
WOMEN'S   $5.00,   $4.00 and $3.0(1
BOOTS     wo      are    selling     at
$3.50, $2.50 and $2.00.
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$20 Blue Serge Suits
We want to emphasize the
fact, right at the start, that these
Suits have no equals in Canada
at the price.
We guarantee the color just as
we   guarantee
every thread of   J^%
am aaU        tHe   Cl°lh   3nd   ft    FIT"
mm!&    every   stitch of g
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the tailoring.
REFORM;
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BURNS    BROS.
Cranbrook. B. C.
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Manitoba Hotel
.1. BROWN, PROPRIETOR.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Headquarters for
Lumbermen
Tli« Manitobai» centrally located ami bun one o(tho bent tlininnrooniB
iu the city.   The bar is Biip|>[ietl with the beet of Uquore and Clgara
SAWJVIILL
For Sale Privately
One Self-contained ('handler and
Taylor Engine, 12 In. hy 16 in.
One Automatic Atlas Engine, ll
in. hy 16 in.
Ono Chandler and Taylor Locomotive Fin- Box Boiler, 51 in. liy 18
It.
One Atlas Return Tubular Boiler,
SO in. hy 14 ft.
Ilu ft. Smoke Stack.
One Duplex Firr Pump.
Ono Boiler Feed rump.
Saw Mill Husk with Tup Saw Kig
wiilt Extra Saws.
Three Block Carriage,
Two Boss Dogs.
i:. P, Ellis Set Works.
Receder.
Smile Steam Feed and Cable.
Pour Saw Edger, Extra Heavy
Frame.
One Tower Trimmer.
One Slab Saw Rig,
Two I Mane is, One 30 in. Fan, One
Emery stand.
All necessary Shafting, Boxes, pulleys, Conveyer Chains, etc.
Also For Sale Separately:
IjOggtng Lumbar Trucks.
Harness.
Blacksmith and other Tools.
For further information applv to
T. W. Leask, Box 156, Cranhrook,
B. C, or D. B. Dulmage, Box S15,
Cranhrook, B.C. 8-lt
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   KAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION.
TAKE NOTICE Ihat Arthur E.
Hale, of New Westminster, B. C,
occupation, Miner, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following descrihed lands, viz.: An island in tho Kootenay River, about
2.1 miles ahove the mouth of the
Skookiimchuck Creek:
Commencing at a post planted on
tho west side of the Kootenav River,
thenre forty (40) chains south,
tbence twenty {20) chains east to
tho Kootenay river, thence forty (40)
chains north, thence twenty (20)
chains west to the place of commencement.
Arthur E. Hale, Locator,
William .lohn Moore, Agent.
Dated May fith, lftOfl. 8-i»t
COAL     AND     PETROLEUM   NOTICES.
Notice is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply
to the Honorable Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works tor a
license to prospect for coal and
petroleum on the followm" described lauds, situated in the
district of South East Kootena \. Province of British Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three miles east of the
C. P. R. survey line at 34-mlle post
and being thc S. E. corner of Thomas
Livingston's claim, thence running
eighty chains north, eighty, chains
west, eighty chains south, eighty
chains east, to place of commencement, making 010 acres, more or
less.
Thomas Livingston, Locator,
J. Livingston, Auent.
J,  Raven, Witness.
Located this 5th dav of April,
1909.
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three miles east of the C. P.
R. survey line at tlie 32-mile post
and being the N. E, corner of Mrs.
Harry Hughes' claim, thence running
eighty chains west, eighty chains
south, eighty chains east, eighty
chains north to place of commencement, making 610 awes, more or
less.
Mrs. Harry Hughes, Locator.
.1. Livingston, Agent.
.1. Raven, Witness.
Located    this    5th day    ot April,
1809.
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three miles east of the C. P.
R. survey line at 32-milc post and
being tho N. W. corner of Fred Bridget's claim, thence running eighty
chains south, eighty chains cast,
eightv chains north, 80 chains west
to place ol commencement, making
iilO acres, more or less.
Fred Bridget, Locator.
J. Livingston, Agent.
.1.  Raven,  Witness.
Located    this    5th day     ol April,
1009.
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three miles cast of the C. P.
It. survey line at 34-mile post and
being the N. E. comer of IL V.
Parker's claim, thence running
eighty chains west, eighty chaius
south, eighty chains cast, eighty
chains north to place of commencement, making 010 acres, more or
less.
II. Y. Parker, Locator.
.1. Livingston, Agent.
.1. Raven, Witness.
Located   this    5th day     of April,
1000.
Commencing at a pust planted at
or near three miles east of the C. I'll, survey line at 34-mile post aud
being the N. W. corner ol Charles
McDngall's claim, thence running
eightv chains south, eighty chains
east, eighty chains north, eighty
chains west to place of commencement, making 610 acres, more or
less.
Charles McDugall, Locator.
.1. Livingston, Acent.
.1. Raven, Witness.
Located   this    5th day    of April,
I960.
Commencing at a    post planted at
or near three miles cast of the C. P.
K. survey line at 34-mile post    and
being tho   S.   W.   corner    of John
Lcask's claim, thence running eighty
chains    north,   eighty   chains  east,
eighty   chains   south, olghty    chains
west to place ot commencement, making 610 acres, more or less.
John Leask, Locator.
J. Livingston, Agent.
J. Raven, Witness.
Located   this    5th day    of April
1009.
eighty chains north, eighty chains
wi st to place ot commencement,
making 640 acres, more or less.
.lames Miles, Locator.
J. Livingston, Acent.
J. Raven, Witness.
Located    this     5th  dav     ol  April,
1009.
Commencing at a pnst planted at
or near three miles east ot the C. P.
i{. survey line at 35-mile post and
being the N. E. corner ol William
Livingston's claim, thence running
eighty chains west, eighty chains
south, eighty chains east, eighty
chains north to place ol commencement, making (HO acres, more or
less.
William Livingston, Locator,
.1. Livingston, Agent.
J. Raven, Witness.
Located    this    5th day     ol April,
1909.
Commencing al a poil planted at
or near three miles easl of the C. P.
It. .survey line at 35-milo pes! and
being tho V W. cornoi ol Joe Livingston's claim, thence running eighty cbains smith, eighty cbains easl,
eighty chains north, olghty chains
west to place ol commencement, making lilO acres, more or less.
Joe Livingston,  Locator.
.1. Livingston, Agent.
J. Haven, Witness.
Located    this    5th dav     of April,
1000.
Commencing at a pnst planted at
or near three miles easl ol ihe r. [',
It. survey line at 83-milii post, ami
being the S. W. comer ol Thomas
Nader's claim, theuce running eighty
chains north, eighty chains west,
eighty chains south, eighty eliains
east to place of commencement, making «10 acres, more or less.
Thomas Rader, Locator.
J. Livingston, Agent.
J. Raven, Witness.
Located   this    5th day     of April,
1000.
Commencing at u post, planted at
or near three miles cast of tlie C. P.
It. survey line at 32-iniU: post and
being the S. E. corner ol James Mcpherson's claim, thence running
eighty chains north, eighty chains
west, eighty chains south, eighty
chains cast to place ol commencement, milking 640 acres, more or
less.
James McPhcrsoti, Locator.
J. Livingston, Agent.
J. Raven, Witness.
Located this 5th day ol April,
1909.
Commencing at a post planted   at
or near   one mile east of the C. P.
R. survey line at   35-milc post   and
being the   N.   E. corner of   J. Edgar's claim,    thence    running eighty
chains    west,   eighty    chains south,
eighty   chains    cast,     eighty chains
orih   to    place   ot commencement,
making 640 acres, more or less.
.1. Edgar, Locator.
J. Livingston, Agent.
J. Raven, Witness.
Located   this    5th dav     of April,
1909. 7-6t
Commencing at a post planted at
I or near one mile east of the C. P.
i It. survey lino at 35-mllo post and
| being the N. W. corner of James
Miles' claim, thence running eighty
chains    south,   eighty    ctwltn east,
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF  KOOTENAY.
Take notice that 1. Beverley Arthur
Carter, ot Cranhrook, B. C, occupation Lumberman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase thc following
land, situated in Cranbrook District,
District ot South East Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted at
the south-east corner of Lot No.
(J233, thence running west eighty
chains, thence south twenty chains,
more or less, thence east eighty
chains, thence north twenty chains,
more or less, to the point ot commencement, containing one hundred
and sixty acres, more or less.
Beverley Arthur Carter,
Locator,
George Hunger ford, Agent.
Staked this 31st day of March,
1909. 2-10t
A Bargain for Quick Sale
of Fruit Land.
Bltnntmlb'twooiiCiiNMJN ami Kiligsgnto
108 Acres of good Fruit Land
Alrcml.v
loo Fruli Trn-i phuiu-djhImi 100 iiinrti
IO   'luiit tllidBpri'ilf.      S.Mini''I in l'i*iiil-
tilu] Lower Moyiu Valley uhmit m
inilt'H frnm 1*111*1*11 mul -IV& Olden trim
KhigHun'p. limindwl on * utn d'le with
tbe Mo-Jo RiveraiHl th- wwH Hi*iehyilin
Bpnltuiie Intermit In ul hallway. All
good It-iUmii Linn!.
GovernninnI *«*»"' roud ■•oliiB thro'iirli
tlio Viil'ov ilil- Hpriim 2(1 nrw-ul tW«
bind cH-nml-nm ui land eimy loci-nr.
Ileaiitltnl rich ■»H.
The greatest -snap ever offered
In t-rult Land
Price  per Acre $50.00
No Subdivide SS.tii0.illl scot cash, Inr
particulars apply Bex Til, Cranbrouk, B.C.
THE HUME
Nelson's Leading Hotel
Rooms with Hatha.   'Phone in
every room .
Barber SllOpOtl lltO promt
Thoroughly up-UwIuie
Rates* $2.00 a day and up.
GEO. P. WELLS, Proprietor
li. TOMKIN, Manager
HENRYS*
GARDEN  TOOLS
SPRAYING  MATERIALS
BEE   SUPPLIES
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL
TREES
l76P«K«Ontaloffiifl Km
W. J. HENRY,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that I, James
Horace King, ot Cranbrook, B. C,
occupation, Physician, intend to apply f«>r permission to purchaase the
following land, situated in Cranbrook Land District. District of
Sout-h East Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted for-
iv (Mil chains north of the south-*
west comer of Lot 6238, thence north
eighty (NO) chains, thence -west
forty MO) chains, thence south
eighty (SO) chains, thence east lorty
110) chains to the place of commencement, containing three hundred and
twenty (32fl) acres, more or less.
.lames Horace King, Locator
D-eorgo Hungerford, Agent.
Staked this thirteenth day of Mav,
I9(l!». 9-9V'
TENDERS.
Tenders will be received up to
Thursday, May 27th, tor work of Installing :i sewer from engine house
to tho Old Man Rivet at Macleod,
Alta. Plans and specifications may
be seen ami other information ol>-
tained at the office of the Resident
Engineer, Cranhrook, B.C. The
Company reserves the right to reject
anv or all tenders.
E. L. Chudlelgh.
Acting Superintendent.
Cranbrook, May 13th, 1IHW.      9-3t
KOOTENAV   LAND   DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OK   EAST KOOTENAV.
TAKE NOTICE that Archibald J.
I-'uruuharsou, of the City ot Fernie,
in thu Province of British Columbia,
Contractor, intends to apply tor permission to purchase the following
Uosurlbod land:
Commencing at a post planted at
Un' north-oast corner of Lot Number
UIM0 (known us the Laidlaw purchase) on thu west bank of tbe Elk
Itiver, uboul li miles from the
Townsite of Monissey, thence wesl
tn chains, thenco north 20 chains,
thence east 30 chains, theuce north
20 chains, theuce west 20 chains,
thenco north 40 chains, thenre east
25 chains tu the west bank of tho
Elk River, thenco south along the
west bank of said River to the point
of commencement, and containing 2,'jii
acres, more or loss,
A. •!. Farquharson.
Dated this 23rd day of April, A. D.
1000. 6-9t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF   EAST KOOTENAV,
SOUTHERN DIVISION.
Take notice that we, Irving Howard Cameron Willson, James Martin, Robert Stanley Chapman, ot Cranhrook, B. C, occupations, Agent aud Bookkeepers, intend to upply lor permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted 20
eliains east of the south-west corner
oi Lot 0422, theuce east 80 chains,
theuce suuth 05 chains, thence wesl
20 chains, thence north 20 chains,
thenco west 00 chains, thence north
15 chains to place of commencement,
containing 400 acres*
Irving Hcward Cameron Willson
James Martin
Robert Stanley Chapman,
Robert Stanley Chapman,
Dated April 15, 1909.
Agent.
7-at
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY.
Take notice tbat 1, James Horace
King, of Cianbrook, B. C, occupation Physician, intend to apply for
permission to purchase tbe following
laud, situated in Cranbrook District,
District of South East Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted
twenty chains north of the south-east
corner of Lot No. 0227, thence running north forty-six cbains, more or
less, thence east twenty-eight point
eighty-one chains, thence south forty-
six chains, more or less, thence west
twenty-eight point eighty-one chains
more or less, to the point of commencement, containing one hundred
and thirty acres, more or less-
James Horace King, Locator,
George Hungerford, Agent.
Staked this 31st day ol March,
1909. 2-9t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE tbat I, Nellie May
King, of Cranbrook, B. O,, occupation, Married Woman, intend to apply for permission to purchase the
following land, situated in Cranbrook
Laud District, District of South East
Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted
twenty (20) chains north of the
north-east corner of Lot No. 0231,
thence west eighty (30) cbains, tbence
south twenty (20) chains, more or
less, to tbe north boundary ol Lot
No. 0233, thence oast eighty (80)
chains, tbence north twenty (20)
chains, more or less, to tbe point of
commencement, containing one bund-
red and sixty acres, more or less.
Nellie May King, Locator.
George Hungerford, Agent.
Staked this twenty-sixth day ot
April, 1909. 6-9*
NURSERIES
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT   OF   EAST KOOTENAV
Take notice that Malcolm Melnnes, ol Elkmoutb, B. C, occupa.
lion, Lumberman, intends to apply
lor permission to purchase tbe lollowing described land:
Commencing at a post planted at
the intersection ot the eastern boundary ol the rlgbt-ot-way ot Tbe Crows
Nest Southern Railway, witb the
northern boundary ol Lot 123, Oroup
One, Kootenay District, thence east
along said boundary 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, tnence west to thc
eastern boundary ol Lot 4142, Oroup
Otic, tbence south to tho south-east
corner ol Lot 4142, thence west along
the southern boundary ol said
lllock 4142 to the eastern
boundary ol thc right-ol-way ol the
Crows Nest Southern Railway, thence
south along tho said eastern bound-
my ol said rlght-ol-way to the point
of commencement and containing 480
acres, more or leas.
Malcolm Melnnes, Locator.
Haled April 6th,  1900. S-9t
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Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Supreme and Exchequer Court Agents
Practice in Patent   Office and Belore j
Railway  Commission. 1 **********************
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Ask for Halcyon LITHIA HATER
For family use there is d< tiling
ao wholesome ami bo pure an
HALCYON LITHIA WATER.
SOLO AT ALL BARS
IT'S BOTTLED AT THE SPRINGS
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Hon. Charles Murphv, M. 1*.
Harold Fisher.
W. F. OURO.
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
CRANHROOK,BRITISH   COUJMHI.
A.H.NESBITT!
Contractor and Builder   t
i JOB WORK A SPECIALTY
EST1JI \TI> FURNISHED ANI)
PLANS PREPARED
MISS HELENA ROLSTON
CRADUATE NURSE
MASSEUSE TELEPHONE  21
If yon
tiuil.lii
Intending lo .hi am
uu can make mi ney
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Francis E. Corrison
HitniliuuHter Cmubroolt I ity Burnt.
L*|iulrtniis*er Kuoi Prosliytcrtuii eh.
I,molt m. Illsaiii'ttti*,*'.* IIi*-,'hI \\iir.li
PUBillUTH
Teacher of
Violin, Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin and Standard
Instruments
CITY ORCHESTRA FURNISHED
I'HONK 2611   ■  CRANBROOK. II l*.
H. C. C. SALMON
PIANO LESSONS
LusBotis ill Musical Theory
HOL'IAl,  FUNCTIONS   ATTKNUBD
PHONE 32
ORANBROOK,        -        11. 0.
BKS. KINO & OKliEN,
Physicians and Surgeons
ODIce at Residence, Armstrong A*i
OFFICE HOURS :
Forenoons - - - - a.00 to 10.00
Alterr.oons - - - 3.00 to   4.00
Evenings - - - - 7.30 to   8.30
Sundays - - - - 3.30 to   4.30
CRANBROOK :•    ::    li    il    B. C
DR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
9 to 12 a.m.
1 to   • p.m.
7 to   8 p.m.
OHlae In new Reid Block
CRANBROOK -        -        - B. C
W. R.  Seittr. Fun.nl DirKtor
Crmnbtwk B. C. Phon. No. ft
B.C. LAND SURVEVORS
McVITTIE    &    PARKER
Cranbrook anil Fort Steeli;
IRRIGATION ANO RAILWAY WORK
A SPECIALTY
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J. Q. CUMMINQS    X
IRWHTION ENGINEER *
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEVORS
t.lno°i4s18 Cranbrook, B.C. X
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J. T.   LAIDLAW
MINING  ENGINEER
B.  C.    ind  Surveyor
CRANBROOK    -     B. C.
F. C. Swunti.'ll. M
A. I. Robortwm, ll
SWANNELL & ROBERTSON
Dominion sn<l llrillali Columbia
LAND SURVEYORS
P.O. lv.»-rMi VICT0.HA. B.C
,J.   W.   RUTLEDGE
VETFRINARV SUROEON
Graduate ol Ontario Veterinary
College,Toronto, iti imis.
Graduate and Medallipl of
McKillip's   Veterinary   College,
Chicago, in WOO.
Nine yearn' experience in
Veterinary practice in Manitoba.
Olllci at Cranbrook Hotel
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CRANBROOK-FERNIE
FARMERS' INSTITUTE
President: T. K. Gat,
(Secretary: Iikuhiik Ahuwohtii
| For information regarding lands
, anil agriculture apply to the
, Secretary, Cranhrook, If. C.
Geo. R. I.cask & Co
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number of
Young Apple Trees
of the varieties specially
aelected an.i Buitable for
tills ■ii-trict.
1ST CHOICE
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Delivered at Cimihrook
II telected by tlie purchaser, 1st choice, liui-.;
2nd choice, 15c. Apply to
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General Merchants
Employment Agent*
CRANBf-OOK     ■     B. C.
P. 0. BOX 194 PHONE *44
JOHN    W.   WOLF
BOOT,   SHOE  ANI)
HARNESS   MAKER
Old SI h Made New.
All Kinds of liepairitifj.
Give me a call     ::     ::
OFFICE   •   ARMSTRONti  AVE.
FURS AND HIDES WANTED
I will pay the hi-heHt price tor
furs consieneii to mc at Lethbridge,
Alta., and 11 thc price ls not satisfactory I will pay rspresa both ways
and return tbe same.
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DENTIST
The   Export   Crown   and
Bridge    Worker
Offices over Mr. Short's
Wall        Paper      Store
Armstrong   Ave.,  Cranbrook
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5 Acres Frut   Land
FOR   SALE
U mill's from post offico
$350.00
It will [*iy yon 1.1 itivaatigite, A lilrcss—K.P. euro of Hurnlil
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All nnliTH promptly llttoinleil   to
Dint tt nre nn ohjui*
Lewis (®l Rendell
ART DECORATORS
House, Sign, and Coach Painters, Papcrhanging, Graining;,
Marbleinf-, Tinting, Kaisominirg, Polishing, etc.
First Cla uaranteerj.
CRANBROOK,
Ttile|ili>.ni's 247 ami HI.
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Beale -H Elwell
are selling
Irrigated   Fruit
Lands
Twenty minutes walk from Post OfHco, water running in
ditch. EASY   PAYMENTS.
Tf yon liny fivo ncres now uiul plant fruit trees yon will
have mi inuouiG in fivo years which will moke you imlo-
p.'iiiluiit.      Call on us. or wrilo for full information.
BEALE & ELWELL, Cranbrook, B.C.
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WE   WANT   YOUR
INSURANCE
YOU   WANT  OUR
INSURANCE
Hml we not better t*ut together
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
CRANBROOK, II. 0.
Read The HERALD
Rambling Reveries
BY A DREAMER
For a wile, take the daughter ol a
gnoil mother.
A great singer had just finished
singing "Home, Sweet Home," and
many ol the audience were la tears.
"It's a beatttilul song," said a girl
to an older woman, who sat next to
her. "Yes," was thc reply, "and
the sentiment to which it moves all
those people is beautiful. How
much happier the wurld would be il
everyone hail as much principle as
sentiment oa the subject, and lol-
Inwetl out a plain, every-ilay rule ol
making home sweet."
A gentleman hands us the lollowing scrap, anil we presume that he
knows bettor than we do as to the
statement being a triilhlnl one. From
the bit ul eniiliision we have noticed
iu approaching these masculine
groups, we ralher suspect the
words   are nut     wide   ol the mark.
It is certainly amusing, when one
has a little leisure, lo approach a
group nf men on the sidewalk, and
listen to the convors&tton just to
hear how carelessly protauity
mixes in. This man tears olt an
until anil Ihal fine tips off a dozen
hail words in no time. All ot a
sudden the loml laugh ceases and the
most rcflned language the "group" is
capable of using lakes its place.
Goodness what a change—and what
caused it? O, nothing, only a lady
has approached them, and they have
a little more respect tor her than
themselves. Well, well, a lady is a
missionary wherever she may be."
THB SMALL BOY.
Nothing is better calculated to ruin
a small boy than lor him to have
two hoines, to cither ol which he is
permitted to go at will. It mother
reproves or chastizes him lor his
naughtiness, he takes his hat and
goes over to grandma's or auntie's
house. There he Is received, cajol-
eil, pelted and permitted to remain a
day or two, or perhaps a week.
Then, because ol some overt act, he
is reproved, and he picks up his hat
and goes oil home, where he is kindly
received and no reference made to his
Inrincr misconduct. In this -way he
is permitted to oscillate between two
hollies, all the lime developing his
disregard ol the restraints ot rightful authority. Trained in this way,
he grows iip self-willed, has no regard for llie rights or wishes ot
others, and unless some rcmarkahle
freak of grace interposes to check his
wild career, he is pretty certain to
land in the penitentiary.
SAFEGUARDS FOB YOUNG MEN.
Now, what are thc safeguards ot
young uieu. The lirst safeguard ol
uliicn we want to speak is a love ol
home. There are those who have no
idea of tlie pleasures that concentrate around that word "home."
I'ciliaps your early abode was shadowed with vice or poverty. Harsh
words ami petulance and scowling
may have destroyed all thc sanctity
ol that spot. Love, kindness and
solt-sacrWco, which have built their
altars in so many abodes, were
strangers iu your lather's house,
(lod pily yon, young man. You
never had a home. But a multitude
ol young men can look back to the
spot that lliey ean never forget. It
may have been a lowly root, but you
cannot think ol it now -without a
flash ol emotion. You have seen
nothing on earth that has so stirred
vour soul. A stranger passing alone
that place might sec nothing remarkable about it, hut oil! how much it
means to you. Fresco on palace
wall docs not mean so much to you
as those rough hewn ratters. Parks
and bowers ol trees at fashionable
watering place or country scat do
not mean so much to you as that
brooklhat ran in trout ot the plain
farm house and singing under the
weeping willows. The barred gateway swung open by porter In lull
dress does not mean so much to vou
as that swing gate, your sister on
one side ol it aud you ou the other.
she, gone lilteen years ago into
glory! That scene coming back w
you today as you swept backward
and forward on the gate, singing the
songs ol your childhood. But there
are those who have their second
dwelling place.      It is your adopted
mi..i     ..1     :..   .....in.,!   IrvraVnr
SOCIETY AND CHURCH    ■
DIRECTORY J
Crescent Loiioe No. 3ii
KNKJHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
Meets every    Tuesday at 8 p.m.    at
Fraternity Hall.
J. B. Henderson, C. C.
J. L. Walker, K. ol R. & S.
Visiting  brethren  cordially Invited
to attend.
O.O.I-'.    Key City l.od|r
No. 41. Meets every
Monday night at
New Fraternity Hall. Sojourning Oddlellows cordially invited.
II. White. Wm. Harris,
N. O. Scc'y.
Iranltniitk l.od*e, Nn. .1-
A. H. * 4. M.
Regular tutrttnics
lbs third   Thursday
ol .1.11 moatk.
Visiting tretl~n welcomed.
W. It. Wilson, W. M.
E. W. Connolly, secretary.
Cranbrook Aerie 967
FOE
Meet every   Friday    evening at »
p.m., in Carmen's Hall.
F. W. Reeves, W. P.
Wm. Anderson, Secretary.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
LOYAL ORANGE LOIIOE, NO. 187
CRANBROOK
Meet at B. ol L. F. Hall 2nd   and
Ith Saturday each month.
Visiting brethren always welcome
Abel Horsman, W. M.
Jos. Wallace, Secretary.
MAPLE LEAF   REBEKAH LODGE
No. 19.
Meets every second   and fourth Wednesday at Fraternity Hall.
Sojourning Rebckahs   cordially invited.
Mrs. K. P. Simpson, N. O.
Miss A. Hickcnbotham, Sec.
home. That also is sacred forever
There you establish the first lanuly
altar. There your children were
born. Iu that room Happed the wing
ol the death angel. Under that root.
when your work Is done, you expect
tu lie down and die. There is only
one word in all the language that
can convey your idea ol that place,
and that word is "home." Wc never
knew a man who was laithlul to his
early anil adopted home who was
given over at the same time to any
gross funn ol wickedness. II you
llinil inure enjoyment in the club room
I iu tlte literary society, in thc art
'saloon, than you do In these unprc-
I tending home pleusures, you are on
I the road to ruin. Though you may
lie iiit oil Irom your early associates,
land though vou may be separated
; Irom all your kindred, young man, Is
there not a room somewhere that you
can call vour own? Though It lie tile
fourth story ol u third-class boarding
I si-, into that room gather books,
picl ii res and a harp. Hang your
mother's portrait over the mantle.
Illil unholy mirth stand back Irom
that threshold. Consecrate some
spot iii thnt room with the knee ol
prayer. By the memory ol other
days, a lather's counsel, a mother's
love und a sister's confidence, call it
home.
He loves best whose love lasts.
A woman's eyes sent the first wireless message.
JOE MARAPODI
SHOE SHOP
Repairing a Specialty
Aikens Block, Oranbrook
WING   LEE
Iiiih moved bin LAUNDRY
next, to tilt* HnriitoRa lt-'Htitiir-
ant, Van flni-tin Ht,m-t, wlit-re
jmlniiiH iii-i.v leuv« their Inuii-
dry, anil Arbeit* nil tuinftiPM will
|m> iltitii". il<-Hi I-im miry In H.'\
Louise and Van Home Street*
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:• Presbyterian eburcbi:
STATED SERVICES | [
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' i   Sunday morning service at 11 ''
1'        o'clock ,,
■ '   Sunday   evening    service   at''
' i     7.30 o'clock ;;
Sunday      School   and    Bible ' >
Class at 3 o'clock ' |
Presbyterian    Guild, Tuesday, < '
at 8 o'clock ] j
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I "STEWARTS'"
The Lending Fruit Store
KI1E8H STRAWBERRIES DAILY
LETTUCE CUCUMBERS
TOMATOES
HAZLEWOOD ICE CREAM
STEWART'S FINE UHOCOLATES
HUGH STEWART
Phone 76      •     Armstrong Ave.
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Old Curiosity
Shop
ii    JOSEPH H. McLEAN, Proprietor
Dealer in
All Classes of Secondhand Ootids
BUYER OF   FURS
Furniture of All Kinds, liolb
New ami Keeotul-liutul
Sage's Old Stand, Hanson Avenue
PHONE 261
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Undertaking
Cnlla Promptly Attended
llllV I'ln  Nu. li
Nlghl   „     „ -'tin
R. H. Dwyer
Kunrnii I tiro-tor and
Kinli.lin. r
! CRANBROOK EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Men employed tor all kinds ot
work. We solicit correspondence
with mill operators and other
other industries.
RESIDENCE PHONE NO. 62
OFFICE PHONE NO. «3.
•DURESS: P.O. BOX432
i JOHN ARMOUR • MAIMCI
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Today is our Fifth Anniversary
in Cranbrook and the District looks better to
us this year than ever.
We can make it look good to you.
Wo boliovo tlm building tratla this  your will liont nil
ri'i'iuils  uml  accordingly, wo  liuvo  tukon   special   euro   in
Hotting  together it first class stock ol umtorlals for ull
brtutolios ni Ilu- bulHIing trade.
Our maxim   is   In   supply tho   bout   pusHilili-   iiii^i'riuls
ul tho wry lowost pricos,
Wo luvito ull lliiildi'iu, uml thoso interested in Building,
In got uur prii-os before placing  any order  for  nmtoriiils,
•
•
Our years of Contracting
Experience have taught us to stock only the best
FOR SALE-Hall sate, practically
new. Address E. J. Clayton,
Marysville, B.C. 7-tt
FAMOUS    "EXSHAW"     DE
WE     CAN'     SUPPLY   THE
LAWN MOWERS
MENT
"The  best   In the West."
LIME,   COMMON   AND FACE
BEST      OF     IMPLEMENTS
FOR     USE    IN   THIS    UNEQUALLED RANCHING
GARDEN          HOSE          ANI
SPRINKLERS
BRICKS.
COUNTRY.
REFRIGERATORS AND ICE
"L0NAI30ND"      PREPARED
CREAM FREEZERS
ROOFING
Guaranteed for 10 Years
BUILDING AND TARPAPER
CORRUGATED   IRON* ROOF
"MAC"
thanks one and all (or
SCREEN DOORS    AND WINDOWS
GARDEN   TOOLS   TO   MEET
EVERYONE'S REQUIRE
ING
past favors and solicits
MENTS
CELEBRATED     "MANITOBA
GYPSUM"
a continuance of your
"CONNOR"    WASHING    MACHINES
WOOD FIBRE
confidence when look
"The Best."
IIAHD FINISH PLASTER
ing; for good things in
COAL OIL COOK STOVES
STEPHENS'      P AI K T S,
STAIN'S   AND   VARNISHES
hardware.
WRINGERS
CARPENTERS    TOOLS    OF
ALL DESCRIPTION
BEST   QUALITY BUILDERS
HARDWARE
CHURCH'S ALABASTINE
GRANITE AND TINWARE
MOFFAT      STOVES        AND
RANGES
POULTRY     NETTING    AND
BARB WIRE
PEERLESS   WOVEN    WIRE
FENCING   is undoubtedly   the
best oit tlte market.    Call for
prices   anil see tlie fencing set
CARBORUNDUM
up.
THE BEST OF TENTS
McCALLUM & CO
THE   HARDWARE   MEN
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SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands
within the Railway Belt in British
Columbia, may be homesteaded by
auy person who is the sole head of a
family, or any male ov.er 18 years of
age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local laud ollice for the district
iu which the land is situate. Entry
by proxy may, however, be made on
certain conditions by the father,
mother, son, daughter, brother or
sister of an intending homestcader.
Thc homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of thc land in
cacb year for three years.
(2). If the father {or mother,
if the father is deceased), of thc
homesteader resides upon a farm in
the vicinity ot thc land entered for,
the requirements ns to residence may
be sutislled by .such person residing
with the father or mother.
(8). If the settler bas his permanent residence upon farming land
owned by him in the vicinity of bis
homestead, the requirements as to
residence may be sutislVil by residence upon the said land.
Six months' notice in writing
should he given to the Commissioner
of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to iipiily for patent.
COAL—Coal mining rights may he
leased for a period of twenty-one
years at an annual rental of $1 per
acre. Not more than 2,570 acres
shall be leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate of
five cents per ton shall he collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. COttY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. 2-2Dt
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\ Nature s  Fertilizer j;
To get the best results from your fruit trees you
must put nourishment into tha ground. Try our
Dried  Blood Fertilizer
Dried  Blood   and  Bone   Mixture
Dried   Tankange
P. BURNS ® CO., Lid.
PHONE NO. 10
P.  O.  BOX  *
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CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF   SOUTHEAST KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that I. Peter J.
Wclicr, ot Lethbridge, Alberta, intends to apply tor permission to purchase the lollowing described land:
Commencing at the N. W. corner ot
George Coldhird's pre-emption, thence
north to Lot 425, thence east to M.
.1. Weber's purchase, thence south to
Qcorge Coldhird's pre-emption, thence
west to place ol commencement, containing 40 acres, more or less.
Peter J. Weber,
Chas. K. Harris, Locator.
Dated April 21th, 11100. 6-01
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A GOOD COMBINATION
Pride of the West Flour
$3.50 per cwt.
Cotedyke Baking Powder
ioc., 15c, and 75c. a tin
PHONE
■73
J. flANNlNG TvW
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ONE   TON   OF   THE
WORLD'S    STANDARD     ENGLISH
WHITE     LEAD
haa   juftt   been  received direct  from  Liverpool via  Cape   Horn.
Our Tinting  Colors are tho  strongest  and   purest  to he  had
nnd all ground in oil.    When applied   hy our skilled mechanics
we guarantee results. _^__
B. H. SHORT, Painter & Decorator j j
Cranbrook's Pioneer Wall Paper Dealer
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M THJC   -JUANHHOOK    I1KHALI)
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Frank Murphy
has complrti'il liis cnnrsu nt the Ontario
College of Pharmacy, passing in nil
snlijVcts  witli   honors.
Il« will lit" liiifk in ii  few days ami
will    liavo   complete   olmrge    nf our
l>is|h'iiHing  lli'pnrlnn'nls—tho must im-
piirlnut pnrt »f our store.
LOCAL NOTES
PICKED UP ABOUT THE CITY BY
1        ASKING QUESTIONS OF
. MANY PEOPLE.
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W3tattiei/lle/uk
<*<r
WHERE IT PAYS TO DEAL
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WE WANT EVERY FATHER AND MOTHER
To-'iiim-itilu ntii----ii>r->i!iiB wn'k.   Wo mint to hIiow tliom how tlii'.v
fun ppuvfiiu the right kind of oxwi-Imj for Imli.v with
GLASCOCK'S BABY WALKER
I
Hmv it wl'l iiiHiin- IhiIi.v'h
having Hli*iii**lii |i'(*n nml n
■troiig buck.
All tlnii-."*r to baby ot botf
It'H« i-iin bo iIoiih invny uiib by
tliniisBo) tiiis wonderful little
Invi'tiiion. A linby can Hit in
tho Wulkor whon tiniii. Htantl-
wiilk, nr jiiiiin, tin ] irn, no
dniigiT ol npuottlttg.
K.'i'jiw baby from harm, "ont
of mlHcliief," off tin* floor away
from pinH ami dirt. etc.
Shvi-h tht* motluT worry.
(Jomo in inn) nn" for ynuiwK
'J'hat'ri iill wo atlt. Conn.- in for
tlte liatiy't* hiiki'.
PATMORE BROS.
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| J.M.AGNEW&CO.,ELKO,B.C.
Wc can outfit you complete for
either Fannin-*; or Driving.
A full line of Farm Implements,
Farm VVagonsand Farm Harness;
also a Heavy-work Team.
A full lineal Carriages, Single and Double Driving Harness
I'ltlCES   ARE   KEA80NABLE
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YOUR EYE SIGHT
In  iiiiliiii's  Ifioift   precious trill.    Slnintil you ri'i|liii|.
ii.iii.-.-, -nil mul i.-i- in- WE AUK si'l-:t:i.M.lsi's.
A   ItHI.IABI.K   BTORli   lull   REALLY  GOOB   VALUE   IN
Watches       Clocks       Jewelry
Ropaln olovorj deicrlptlon
RAWOR.TH    BROS.
0, P. 11. Watch In»|ioctor« 0KANBR00K, B. t'.
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"""N':5"    i.iliTY   STORE;;
Gill S.ndtrd M*nula:turin|- Co.'s
T-EA, COFFEE, J5LLY and BAKING POWDERS ',',
Penoo mul Riipplneat will reign supremo in tho fnuiily J|
if .vmi follow our ti Moo nml use only ANCHOR   BRAND ,,
FLOUR.    I'liniii' for ii sample :i Ib, lm« Free. ''
CAMPBELL & MANNING ii
ii BAKER   &  BANFIELD
CARPENTERS & CONTRACTORS
', > Ben to announce thnt they nre now open to ni™ estimates
'> for Contracts, large or small.   All our ipiot'itionsaro rcason-
!! able, nml nothing but first-olnss work.    Lot us quote you
• i for your building, anil compare our prices with all others in
\', town.
• • p, o. Ho- am                                     CRANBROOK AND H08MER
A. .1. King, of Kalispcl, Montana,
was in tin* city today*
Pure rnaplo sprup ami sugar at
Kink's pure Food (Jrocery.
Mrs. I. Manning and Mrs. J, R,
McNabb arc visiting in Spokane.
A. n. Boss, of Mayook, was registered at tho Itoyal on Friday.
Dr.  King will sail for Kngland
June nil.
The gingham salt- is still on at it,
('. ('. S.
H. w. Worden, of Fort Steele, ws
over for the rates.
Constable Adney, of Wardner, wn
in tlic city fur   the race meeting.
"Tho Man From Snowy River" i
great  reading.—Seattle & Atchison.
II. Garrett is visiting liis brother,
0. (larrett, at Wasa, this week.        |
tl. T. Rogers and Mrs. Rogers paid
a vlsll tn wattsburg this week,    as.
lhe gnosis of A.  K. Watts. |
Schilling's   pure   spices and herbs   at
Kink's Pure Food Grocery.
M. Kastner, llie well known Kel'liie
insurance man, was iu the city for
tlie races.
C. II. lumbar, the legal light of
llosmer, took iu the races on Monday and Tuesday.
11. ('. Blutrdell, one of Ferule's best
known merchants, was a Cranbrook
visitor for tho races.
Tlie gingham sale is still on at the
c. c. s.
B. F. Walley, of Crows Nest,
if \uu want a comfortable Rattan
Rockei take advantage of Fink's
spinal Rattonware sale.
C. II. Allison attended the annual
meeting (d the Cranbrook Drug &
Book company at Nelson hist week.
Tbe year bas bet-ii a very prosperous
one fm   tlte company.
.lust unloaded, a car uf furniture,
including everything needed in Crau-
biiiok.       The    prices    are   right.—
c, c. s.
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING
A WORD TO THOSE WHO HAVE NOT YET VISITED OUR STORE
i   J, D. S. Barrett, tbe editor of the
. Coleman Miner,   paid Cranbrook    a
\isit mi   Monday   and Tuesday.    Mr.
Barrelt      was     favorably   impressed
'"- with    Cranbrook     and    Cranbrook !
people.
Purity Osborne chocolates at
Fink's Pure Food Grocery.
■ I. Reading, C.P.R. agent ,n Ferine, accompanied hv his daughter,
Mrs. II. Ames, were in Hie city for
ibe rates. Mr. Reading is une' of
the best known uml besl llkecl C V R.
men on the Crow ami was kepi busy
staking hands with his manj friends.
"War Lo tbe Knife," by Ralph
Balderwood,      At    Beallic ii Alchi-
thc
and
among   the visitors   here    for
races on Monday and Tuesday.
Miss McKinnon and Miss King
Fernie, were iu Cranbrook for
races.
\V. R. McDougal, of Fernie, was
Cranhrook visitor on Monday
Tuesday.
Kxquisite new French and Austrian
eliiiiaware at Fink Mercantile Co.
W. II. Bradford, Iiiu Wyeliffe hotel
man, took in the races on Monday
and Tuesday.
J. Gadwood, ot the .Jewell Lumber
company, of J affray, was at the races',
on Monday and Tuesday.
S. F. Wallace, the proprietor of the
Fernie hotel, came to Cranbrook for
the races.
The gingham sale is still on at the
C. 0. s.
Chief Constable Sampson, of Fernie, attended the races here on Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. William 0*I learn returned on
from a visit to relatives in Wyoming.
Marion Crawford's last book "Tlie
White Sisters." At Beattie & Atchison's.
E, C. Smith, the St. Mary's
prairie rancher, was in the city at
the beginning of the week.
Genuine Ontario while clover honey
at Fink's Pure Food Orocery.
S. Richards had tbo misfortune to
lose a finger whilst working on the
plant of   the new brick plant.
Mrs. T. T. MeVittie, of Fort
Steele, was visiting friends in Cranbrook last Tuesday.
A. Shcppard, of the Crows Nest
Pass Lumber company's staff, Wardner, was in town yesterday.
The gingham sale is still on at the
c. c. s.
Gomer Jones, of Wardner, was a
guest at tlie Cranbrook on Saturdav
last.
Baroness Arcv never wrote anything better than "Tbe Old Man In
be Corner."—Beattie -S  Atchison.
\. E. Watts, nf Wattsburg, was at '
the rates oil both Mondav anil Tues-
.ilay in bis automobile, which looks
I splendidly witli its new coat of paint
anil varnish. .Mr. Watls was accompanied by Mrs. Walts and,
daughters,
j   if you    require     a dinner set tho !
j Fink Mercantile    company can surely j
I satisfy you.     They have the largest
variety ever shown in   this vicinity.
WANTED—A good general servant.
Apply Mrs. W. F. Gurd. 10-21
We would call our readers' attention to McCallum &. Co.'s advertisement this week in connection with
their fifth anniversary. We lake
pleasure in wishing Ibis popular
company many happy returns of the
day.
We heat Uic homes of people who
recognize good work when it is done.
We are experts ou steam, hoi water,
hoi air heating ami plumbing.—Patmore Bros.
Asters, stocks, pausies, phlox, Indian pinks and oilier bedding plants
now ready. At the Cranhrook
Greenhouse, Garden avenue. Phonu
32.
In a few davs R. Aikins will move
from tin* Palm to the new store
which lias just been completed next
to the Auditorium. This will give
Mr. Aikins much more room in which
to conduct his business, which is so
rapidly increasing.
Have you read "Tono Bungay'.'" At
Beattie & Atchison's.
II. C. C. Salmon lias a nice greenhouse on Baker Mill nnd has a
splendid assortment of bedding out
plants ready for immediate delivery.
The greenhouse is situaied on Garden avenue and is well worth a visit.
The Fink Mercantile company report their sale of oranges to have
almost doubled any previous season.
Thev attribute this to their handling
lite "Golden Flower" brand.
O.    S. Tannhauser, of Foil Steele
acting as    dispensing chemist
Mrs. A. Campbell, of Coleman, was
visitinc ber daughter, Mrs. W. Mathews, this week.
George Mead and Mrs. Mead, of
Creston, took in the races on Monday*
and Tuesday.
Prince Edward Island potatoes
Fink's Pure Food Grocery,
Paul Hundley, the Marysville hotel
in' tlie city Monday    and
at
Beattie"& Atchison's until lbe return
of Frank Murphy from Toronto,
where he has passed witli honors at
the Ontario School of Pharmacy.
V. S. l.iddieoat leaves ou the iHli
of next month for Vancouver, where
lie will attend the annual session uf
lho Grand Lodge, I.O.O.F., as a representative of Key City Lodge, No.
12, of this eity. Mr. Uddicoat is
one of the well known members of
tho lodge in this city and as a representative will he a credit lo the
lodge  and tho city.
The Pincher Creek Oil Co. is updating on a proven proper!..--•■i;ly a
few vanls from a well Cut has produced over live hundred barrels. For
further information write the Pincher
Creek Oil Co., Ltd., Piu-'hor Creek,
Alta.
BERRY     PICKERS     WANTED-
Quarters for families provided.      For
further     particulars     apply    It.    S.
at' Hevan,      GriUin     Ranch,    Creston,
C. l*4t
man, wa
I'liesdav.
F.
G
■rry, of   Fernie,   was a
■itor Monday and Tues-
ck    and    Mis. Beck,
among the visitors
Cranbrook
day.
Thomas Beck   and   Mis. Beck,    of
Fernie,
lhe ra<
Tbe Penn overals and jackets made'TWO MAGISTRATES   TEST ZAM
SWEET CREAM FOR SALE.
John Brennan, Cranbrook, B.C.  5-2t
FOR SALE—CuthbeiL and Loudon
Raspbcrrv plants, $2.50 per hundred.
I). J. Wigen, Creston, B.C. 4-7t'
TO RENT—FurniBhed    room, Hanson Ave.    Apply R., care Herald office. 50-tl
 (	
ipcctally for railroad men.        Union '
made. ' At the C. C. S.
Bert Black, superintendent of the
Coal Creek railway, was in Cran-1
brook Monday and Tuesday shaking
hands witli liis many friends. ■
Mrs. H. Y. Parker leaves on lhe
Mb of June lo attend the meeting of
the Grand Assembly of the Rebekah
lodge a I  Vancouver.
BUK.
Cure Effected in Both Cases.
Mr. F. Rasmussen, of 211 Marquette Street, Montreal, who is a
Justice uf tlic Peace, and a man not
Inclined to give praise except where
it is well due, says: "For many
years I was troubled with a serious
eruption of the skin.    This was not
Special sale of Rattatiware at thc only unsightly, but very painful.      1
Fink  Mercantile Co. | first tried various
1'. Wood returned on Friday from a les, but as these
household romed-
proved altogether
business trip to Pincher Greek, Cow- useless, I took medical advice.   Not
lev, and other prairie points, where  one, but several doctors in turn were
be was buying cattle   nnd hogs. consulted, but I was unable to    get
Tbe excavation     for the basement any permanent   relief.      Somo time
of lbe     new    school is almost com- "'•»■■. \ determined    to give /ani-Buk
■ trial, and after a thoroughly    fair
plcled and building will commence at
a very early date.
.fust unloaded, a car of furniture,
Including everything needed iu Cranhrook.       The    prices    arc   right.—
C. C. S.
Fred Haines, of Corbin, was in the
test, I can sav I am delighted with
it. 1 have tlie best reasons for this
conclusion; liccausc, while everything
1 tried (ailed absolutely to relieve
my pain and rid me of my trouble,
three boxes of Zam-Buk have worked
n complete cure.    In my opinion this
ty   Saturday and   Sunday.       Fred halm    Should   be even   more widely
blow Into the Herald ollice to see his known than it is.
old friends. Mr, C.    E. Sanfonl, J.P., of Wes-
Anv   Oood,   the     dwarf of Crows ■<">. Ki"K'« po., N. S., says: "I had
Nest,' was   iu     the city on Monday °    PhU'--, 1)f   eczema on   my ankle,
and Tuesday, Inking in ihe races and whlcll had been there for oyer twen-
nursing a game leg ty   veara.       Sometimes, also,    the
liifttanwaio pried to unit -wt^'HBJ' "Tha/tat, sltion" "3
body's purse at Fink Mercantile Co.   ***»■ „„,', tPll"'\arlo,,S oln't-
"Cliarlic" File, thc Ferule C.P.R. Itietit», ami tried all sorts ol thltiRs
telegraph operator, took in thc races l0 otitain a cure, but in vain. Zam-
with ihe Fernie bunch on Monday and ••„•(, on ••„. contrary, proved highly
Tuesday. satisfactory, and cured thc ailment.'
A coat or twu ol paint will finish ' "I have also used Zam-Buk Ior
(lie new P. Hums & Co.'s building, itching piles, and ft has cured them
It is a credit to "Pat" Burns and completely. I take comlort in help-
tli,. city ing my brother-men, and it the pul>-
.lusl unloaded, a car ol furniture, I lic!*tl™,"' "'■n0':i",l|l!1 ,**Lt*SJ5?',1?J!
Including everything needed In Ctaih J**™ °' Z*}™i''lt ,v "JKS^'.fiS"
hi'nnk The     nrlemi     «r»   rlirM _ Itercrs   to try it,     I should he glad,
brook.       Tlic    prices    ««  "P't-- Kor „,,, r(.|lc*r oI sll-,,ri„R cimsed   by
'uT„',.,r',-„    f,.™i„„ i. a. i„i„„ti„„ 'Piles or  skin diseases, it is without
Water ts    running in the irrigation i'....„, m
ditch on the Malcolm Horie siilulivi- 'for eczema, eruptions, ulcers, niles,
sums suuth ol the city. Beale & i,i„„i.I„,f™,|1 „ viriense ulcers
El-yell are selling these fruit lands,^ffiS'heads! ringwom",'S
■ apiaiy. j rheum, cuts, scratches, burns, bruis-
l)r. Nton Hanson, ol Fargo, N. n.,'es, ami all skin Injuria, '/.am-nuk is
was a visitor at the races this a perfect cure. AH Druggists and
week. Dr. Hanson Is a brother ol Stores sell at filtr. u box, or post-
N. Hanson, ol Wasa, and has V num- tree from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, tor
lier ol interests in   this district.        price.    Three boxes for $1.25.
There is tto reason why yon should defer any
ling-'-, n real personal knowledge of the fundamental su-jeriorityof the FIT REFORM CLOTHINC.
The Pit-Reform (lumen's nre ready service,
truly I'liouu'h. but the superiority in (lUTeirura
li .f.Wffn them ami many so calitnl tnilor.made
suits is apparent to the most uninterested man.
Our sales this year have increased considerably, and another fact onrold customers come
buck uiul britii: their frieuds with them, *u
pleased arc they with tlic
FIT-REFORM   CtOTHING
PRICES S18.00, 20.00, 22.00, 25.00, 28,00
AND 830.00 A SUIT
SUMMER CLOTHINC
Tu Tweeds, Homespuns, ami  Flnuuels   Two-
Plecu Suits for ilu- warm wentbt-r hum with us.
PRICES
$10.00,12.00,15.00,18.00 AND 20.00 A SUIT.
Sec our Window for Display of Suits
X
BURNS BROS. cTLZ 0f """ '
B. C.
The man who was being
lowered into a mine shaft hoped
that thc rope manufacturer
was honest.
Hu didn't know uud it
worried him. He hud only
bought a "rope."
The man who puts a padlock
on liis stable door should not
buy simply u "padlock'' and
trust to the honesty of au unknown maker.
Genuine Yale Padlocks have
th" name "Yule" on them. We
sell genuine Yale Padlocks.
J. D. McBRIDE
Hardware   Cranbrook, B. C.
Rife Hydraulic Rams i
I'-iim- w»t-r W d*-t for I'vcr.v foot nf ,
fill SutIt-faction GuarfUite.il. Ov»rJ
"nun hi nee. If On-ie In n itream, ,
BjirlltH or •■inn' witli n minlr -
WRITE  FOR  mil  PUNS '
AND BOOK.
Get otirKi-ee Trial Offer.
H.Y.Parker !
CRANBROOK,
I.C.
*********************
SPLENDID DAIRY BUSINESS
FOR SALE
Situated within a few minutes walk
Irom Cranbrook post office. Tho
property consists ul five meres ot
splendid land, witli water right ot
fuur inches, all well fenced; thirty
head of good milk cows; good barn,
ami other buildings, ami stabling lor
live horses. Imlmlwi in the sale
urc two horses, two rigs, two sleighs
all the dairy utensils, and tlie goodwill of the business, whieh is one ot
ihe besl in the district.
This is one of thc best opportunities io acquire a splendid business at
a reasonable price that has ever Ih«ii
offered In Cranbrook.
Price ami terms ean be had on application to
r:. ii. reed,
Herald Office,
Cranbrook, B.C.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
BEAU OFPtCC TOHOXTO
tSTlUMSUED iser
b. e. waiker, tr-.i-.-it I Paid up Capital, $10 000,000
almai-dkb iaird,G.D-r»i »■•-«-«  Reserve Fund, -   6.000,000
Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England
COUNTRY BUSINESS Em-Vhciiity*"""*"*,0'■*•»-«•»«««
"     others i.t the transaction of th«r
bunking business.    Sales notes will be cashed cr laken lor collection.
BANKING BY T.IAIL AcctT,!i,may■be.open**^Lb)r "f ?-d
monies ..■.■.*-.■-;• v... or withdrawn in this
way with equal facility. jjj
R. T. Brymnsr, rianager Cranbrook Branch
Eye Glass Comfort
Our new model Stazen Eya Glai* Moapttnga ate the acme
of comfort a nil t**-i»e.
They have excellent clinging mwHUei ami arp \\n- rn-u\*t-i
mill moft IncoOBpicloui ni uniting we know of.   II your eyea
net'il ittteiiiiun, the best knowledge that mnae) can obtain, ia
at your service.     Call any time.
W. H. WILSON.
Jeweler and
Graduate Optician
►♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
i j BARGAINS IN FARM LANDS AT OWNERS'PRICES
Choice Farm Land at Owner's Price
Mr. Investor- watch this space if yon art* k/okiutf
for a goal Investment' TIiubo fanuti are just as
tloBcrlbed.
320   ACRES
\'2 miles from Cranbrook and li miles from Railroad
Hiding, 2UU acres level ami has good black soil.
Balance souk*what rollfnit, (-Jowl creek runs
tliriiiiyli farm mul 50 inches water rlftbt goes with
plan*. IU acres cleared and hi crop, iou more can
In- easily cleared. No trouble to Irrigate :'< 0 acres
of thiH ImimI, Small frame house lately built and
log st ''hn.   Some wire fencing.
PRICE. $20 PER ACRE
Half rush.   BallillOO iirriiniii il,
Fred A. Russell
Office: Opposite Royal Hotel, Cranbrook, H. C.
V. ii. box m
**************** ***************
**********************
ii TAKE THAT
BACK
I', But go to the right
• i place where every-
11      thing:    is    modern.
:: BULLOCK & webster::
:',   The Popular Barber Shop
i    Onon on SiiiiiIh.h I.i. Illllln mul
1 ,    Blilnra frnm lil in I ..'clock n ni
**********************
I FOR SALE.
300 Acres of Fruit Land
Half-mile from Cranbrook
A Big Bargain.      -        -      Reasonable Terms
Address—M. Frost, Cranbrook, B. C.
***** THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
I
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11 i n iii i m 11111 ni mTT
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*^^yi    I ^^    \
Baker Street, CRANBROOK, B.C.
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FURNITURE
The stock of Furniture now assembled on our
second floor has come from Canada's best factories that have achieved universal reputations
for reliable goods and right prices. Most of
these factories sell to one store only in each city.
We   Represent Them  in
Cranbrook
exclusively, and when you buy of us your purchase
bears a guarantee backed by both this store and
these factories. A guarantee that protects you
absolutely from inferior and deceptive qualities.
Is your parlor or reception room needs refurnishing, look at our stock in our show rooms.
We have been unusually fortunate in our purchases in securing exceptional values, and we ask
you to come and see the new goods in the complete
assurance that you cannot buy as handsome or as
well made things anywhere else for as little money.
We ask you to inspect this line and direct
special attention to our
CARPETS AND RUGS
There is decided economy in buying good carpets.
Nearly every housekeeper thinks that the beginning
of a carpet is an expensive item, yet a good carpet
is always worth the extra money it costs, it never
pays to save money by buying a cheap one.
We show one of the largest and best assorted
stocks in East Kootenay.

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