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THE
AJMBROOK HERALD.
VOLUME   10
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ORANUKOOK.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   THURSDAY,  JANUARY   Ml,   ims
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THE CANADIAN
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South-Western Alberta
Oil Belt
Divided into 1,000,000 Shares of 50 Cents each
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" The Law of Financial Success."
"KSTI.UN CANADA is another namo for Opportunity. Do you realize it? Do jou act on your realization, seeking to lilt yourself higher on the ladder of Fortune? If not, begin to-day. OME GOOD
IN. h.S .M l_N I IS WORTH A LIFE-TIME OF LABOR. No successful .nun ever turns down a proposition without due consideration. Vou. no doubt, have seen opportunities for ••—•'•
providing sufficient capital to handle them tan be secured. Also you would accept money from third parties, and, appreciating the trust reposed iu your honesty nnd judgment, would have >•—• " with Perfecl
conservatism and honesty, making money for yourself and also for the people who enabled you to develop that particular enterprise,   This being conceded, you will nlso. in f.e-"f»s- couceie """ ,Ure "" °"u rs
who witli judgment and honesty equal to yours, sec also splendid opportunities for lurf-
profits under the condition where the simple investment of ample capital is the only
thing necessary to ensure llieir realization.   This is where the Pn,»p»"* stands to-day.
The earning power ••" money is great. For example, a certain bank last .year
earned 302 per cent., and paid depositors 4 per cent. The Crows Nest l'nss Coal
Company, whose shares solil a few years ago for as low as ten cents, changed hands
in the Winnipeg Bank for $486.00 ; but this docs you no good. Ten shares of Tlie
Standard Oil Company's stock, bought years ago for u dollar a share, have since sold
for $80,000.00.
One of four options is open to small investors:-*
ll I To place your money in 5 per cent, bonds or stocks.
-2) To place vour money ou deposit, 3 per cent, to I per oent.
i ;i I To place your money on margined stocks in a broker's oftico.
Ol To place your money in new and productive enterprises, where it will return
to you increased mnny fold with the full earning power of your money.
If every small investor put his money into new and creative enterprises to develop
the natural resources of the earth, where would our financial magnates be f
In place of .here being one rich man to every hundred thousand poor, wealth would
be far more equitably distributed. Your money now goes into these enterprises, but
goes indirectly, through financiers, through exchunges, through the banks—they profit
by Ihe use of your money, not you.
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OPPoMTNtTY. on bended knee, ontreats you to gel in on the ground lloor with the CANADIAN   NORTHWEST   OIL
CO Ml* AX Y in the Oil Industry, the gre.it,-st money maker known There are companies ami companies, just as there are men and men. Size
up this propositioa Painstakingly investsgalc it. It is an exceptional one, Its crystallization through adequate cupital means the creation of
gigantic fortunes (or those who •_.-i interested in it al once. This Company is making great strides, Drilling with specially constructed mnchinery
fur hard aud deep drilling is now going on under the supervision of expert oil drillers from the great Pennsylvania oil fields. Operations have been
going "ti da) .-.n.l nighl.   Good camps, tool shops and stables hnve been built,
n I-',
.-ilin,
For
if oil} mud
Th.- iniiii
i Ims I.e..n known Ihnl oil existed iu this region,    ll percolates llu.- soil, shows in seepages, springs, on (he surface of streams and
I     A Mi,nniiii by the namo of Aldridge has made his living by skiuiiui.ig oil off the surface of streams with a common dipper and
iileli it iu llieir lilauki-is and use il ns n liniment.    Many cowboys and ranchers have used i. iu llieir lanterns.
, Enmsii
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I ALBERTA
NOTE:
Locations in British Columbia:
(A)   FLATHEAD OIL COMPANY
iBi   VICTORIA OIL SYNDICATE
Locations In Alberta ■
111    ROCKY MOI'NTAIN CO.
(2) WESTERN COAL & OIL CO.
(3) CHILBERGS COMPANY
ill   CANADIAN NORTHWEST OIL CO.
35 miles S. W. of Pineher, Alberta
Cir.-le indicates area opera.*-)
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Ur  Dawson, 1 >.  Selwyn nnd cortain eminent geologists who lmve been sent ont by the Government, at bigexpegse. after a careful study of
ice indications, formalions of grey limestones, oil shales, oil sands, inexhaustible supplies of gas and eoal, officially report the existence of large pools of oil underlying this district. The Goverment, acting on
reports have sol aside this region as an oil belt,   Chemists in London, Winnipeg and Chicago, after a thorough lest of a sample of this oil, pronounce it equal to, if not superior to. the best grade of Pennsyl-
:i nil     ll is i.f ii .lai-li greenish color, contains very little sulphur, and is easily refined.   One hundred and thirty-seven useful and necessary products will Ih- made Irom it.
nii.niy
lias beads, no salaried officers, one   ami la Qovernmcal bounty ol 52 cents   a | token, will carry you forward
nun- all na.,, put up money lot the Shares barrel. 'fortunes bower. iat the present pri.
■•--■■"- Ill.ill acres ,,f oil lands at 15.000.00     What's yuur idea now?     Let    this I It will soon he out el reach ol     tne   welii .: t,, work wendns.
fi'flW.I
Every
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ar and      everyj
mutual -t.-fl
I..llilll..lc    ei:
.If. ill ll	
I.  ...   miles   s. it   ol I'nii-lii-t Share is accounted lor. |,„., ,„.„., „|,i,.|, j. „„ y l-r, ol'     the
.Mini,.      Between tbo Inmnus    The demand for oil and its iiumcr- valuo ol .in nne   nl Calilornia    oil
..ns by-products is increasing rauii.lv. 'I.....I-.. means .■i.i.iiii.iumi.ou our prop-
clionp Ihnl tho streel I.,nips (let in with the Law ol Supply   mid crt]  la worth,     These figures      are
deposits Demand smal, calculations, but tend to show
for same aro advnnolnc the   unlimited possibilities ol the oil
lliilllsU).
Tu,, railroads aie    coming across
n  land, one already surveyed.   IV,,
tlOOOOMo HMHJI per sere. *»,*, >j*«™ J_$X»**
A. tli.nu per barrel, a well produc ■
doi
oil remain in tho ground or put it oniaverage investor
the market?    Tills industry is ia Its    We arc certain y
infanev, il moans much tu Canada as .money.
a whole, but it means more to you if1   The opportunity Is now ^ p.
Tin- nri,
lendily.
Oil lands values are nlso advancing.
Lands are now changing hands   Irom
ing only _0 barrels of oil a day,
means tlOO.OO .1 day, 136,500.00 a
vear. One acre is capable of supporting dozens of Wells and single
wells have been known to inn over
-"00 barrels daily. Also the cost
ol producing this ell, refining and
putting on the market is covered   hy
and
litii.d.iui water power tor lactorics.
ltoflncr.es will also Ik- built. Town-
lots will he put i.n tbe market in
tho early spring. One share means
one shnro in everything that the
company owns: townsite, land, machinery und all.
This enterprise will be carried forward tn success, nnpi  t, hy the same
toIsafe and lucrative    investment, stock   you are helpless.
.at the present prico is unsurpassed  -   Money    is tht  *rurt, ahle     and
willing t.i work wonders.
I   Money is    tbe   tenia who can an..
I will il.i its masters Mddtag-
tural rise
vou have an interest in it.
To oil i% accredited the greatest
fortunes in Iho world, wealth most,
quickly acquired .it the least cost
and least risk to tho investor.
Statistics show Hint only ono gold
mine In III ami one silver mine in 6.
ever paid anything to its owners, but
.17 per cent i.i oil companies have
made upwards ,.( 2000 per cent. Oil
.shares are recognized tn be the salest
in the market-
Thc very word oil spells fortune.
A caroful study of the above lacts,
deny them II you can, prove to ono
and all that as a strictly high grade,
Mi.iii-y js vour natural right, It l,t-
 rl  you, I longs to you, demand rt ol tbe (lre..t.
where ihis one Investment will I'll Law, just as the **%***, birds ami
you, a toiling brother, beyond the animals so. Mosey Is to you what
necessity ol a lifetime ol toil. nourishment rs to tbem.
This is not n famuli' but  a hsgul-     There     Is no   etiaace,   so destinv,
mate investment. no fate,   the    prlwe ot Hit are    rc-
Vour judgment tills you tbo basis served lor the Strom kaad that   n..s
of this enterprise is sound, that tho i ...uaae to reach oot sod take
Conipanv   is   acting    in good lalth, j -nntage of such oppottwitles as tins
that its' future is belore it-nol   he- -
kind    it.  Imc k your opinions    with
courage. ..
Money is the symbol nl everything
tbat is necessary lor your welHielng
and happiness.
Money is the tool with which you
can carve beautiful things, without it
Address
Let me hear from you to-day.   To-morrow never comes.
cTWARCY   D.   COUCH,   Sole cAgent
Care of CANADIAN NORTHWEST OIL CO.,
Pineher Creek, Alberta
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NOW IS I HE TIMK
lo seli-'-i your
WALL
PAPER    X
Now Designs, Colorings, Etc. ♦
B.H.SHORr&CO. ♦
1 he .'ainli-i. and ll.cinalnrs ♦
We 1 mploy firstchiBs painters ♦
and puper lungers j
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OF     MODERN
(IEUY
NEWS OF THb NOKTII
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PROMINENT BROTHERHOOD
MAN DEAII
(Prince Ruperi Empire.) 	
No town with ono newspaper   over    Ottawa,    Jan.   8.—Peter    Steele,
amounted lo    much.     I'riucc. Rupert ,.),.,,,„,,_„ „|    tho     Brotherhood    ol
Ol     11,1
rk,   .Ian. II—A remarkable
transplantation ol organs __.
Jnr:,mls;.^'^n^Xl^vermL,r-,:SSI:;;!!,;I'15Mt ,.r,! Hallway ~. I** at Carle-
animal organs may siieci-ssfully lie small lortuncs have been spent iu ton Place yesterday whea a wheel
placed in human beings, is told by exploiting nowspapcrs. While The passed over his body, died at an
Dr. Alexis farrel, oi tho Rockefeller Empire lias   tho held to itself      nt mxi, hollr n,js mornlng.
Institute tor   Medical Research,     in present,    it will   welcome     lbe day  +	
tins month's issue of the institute's; when il has two 01 three compote
1 Hiitrnal, wlllcll physicians have re-1 tors, for lhat will nieaa that Prince
t-elved ' I Rupert has ceased to bo a ti. T. P.
1 Hi 'Carrel succeeded in transfer- compound and has become a city ol
ring the kidneys of dogs to other ! importance. No pcrsoa will ltd at
dogs ..I rats to other cats, and In'traded tn Prince Ituport us Inns a.
placed a dog's kidney In it remains a place Willi one news
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5-room One Story Bungalow and one acre ol
land, nice distance from town. $500 cash,
balance In six m .>:itIt* with interest, altogether $1,000
6roo;n, Two story Dwelling and Two Lois,
water -   ,      - - $1,200
6-room Bungalow, 2 blocks out, water        -       $1,100
6-room Bungalow, Armstrong Avenue, water
and electric light - - - $1,000
I-'..i- Pari [en Int-s, applv
BEALE & ELWELL
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS
CRANBROOK, B.C.
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Family   Groceries
mply win
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GOODS   DELIVERED   PROMPTLY;
.11 goods iiniii-
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unity,   Teleph	
PHONI3
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J.  HANNING
ARnSTKON.l
AVENUE
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. When a Customer Asks for a Drill \
We don't try to sell liiin a bit just beeuuse the
two look somewhat alike. When 11 matt nsks for
n  S'l'll-l.-'i»N WRENCH, we supply it, und
.   lime   for showing imitations.   Every
1 ii iii'-lt In 24 inch iu stock.
Inn,
J. D. McBRIDE
I'llAN'llltOOK, U. 0.
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"Spiritgas" Lamps will heat a kettle of water in five minutes. See
our window.
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.1 ttoat. He accomplished teats that
j lmve lieen vainly attempted by s"rK'"
imI wl/nrds lor 11 decade.
His woik, wlllcll was widely discussed yesterday, physicians thought,
brought much nearer that cherignca
hu|H> of yearn: replacing diseased
parts ol human anatomy with healthy parts from animals-
Those partloulai experiments, doctors s.iid. Rlvo rise to the belie! that
the time is not lar off, perhaps, when
Height's disease and diabetes, present scourges of mankind, may he
luuiIslitti from thu existing list ol
Us. If tbe kidneys of un animal
ma) in* changed to another animal,
the' doctors speculated, and still
oiieuii' healthy and normally, uhj
ivoulil ihev not ..peiate ns Well in n
Iii1111.u1 body''
"I believe the lime will come, as .1
result of such experiments, when the
cure loi a diseased liver, kidney or
heart will be a new liver, kidney or
hearl," saiti a conservative physician, after reading ol Dr. C'arnl s experiments,
Dr. Carrel flrsl experimented on a
1 log.     lie removed from a     health
animal not only the kidneys, Imt the
blood    vessels,     nerves    and nerve-
■uiiului associated with those organ;
wlllcll  in itself  is a delicate piece '
surgical    work.      All    tin-  removed
parts be   laid aside in a vessel     of
isotonic sodium chloride solution.
Tlmw parts, laturallf, were
(lend. They were absolutely away
Irom any connection with living tissue or other life-giving material. It
is. io the lay mind, one .of the marvels of the experiment that they
should afterward receive life again.
In the meantime, while these parts
were laid aside, the hotly of tbt
the technical descriptions—was pre-
thc technical descriptions—was prepared. Similar parts were cut out,
arteries were carefully left, so    that
 -."its of No. 1 might lie sutured
01  grnitee in u,nir xttoner places   in
lhc body of "the host."
Tliis was done. Within a few
bonis, in every cxpcritnnnt, the organ adapted themselves to nie-.»
usual functions in the new body.
Dr. Carrol later discovered that
cats- were better subjects for such
experimentation, and his later tests
were made with Ibem. More than tt
score of cats had uew kidneys in
stalled, and in bis summing up, Dr
Carre! says:
"We may conclude from these re
suits that the functions of the kidneys re-establish themselves after
transplantation."
It is considered no drawback to the
success of the experiments that most
uf the animals subsequently died.
Tbey lived for various periods—one
eat for thirty-six days—and then
died from causes not directly all i
with the transplantation. Peritonitis killed most. Hut during their
lives after the operations the act on
of the transferred organs was nor
tual.
Dr. Carrel makes no mention in his
report, which is a dignified professional writing, of possibilities of
transplantation from animals
liumans. Hut it is along tbat line
that his experiments are directed.
Last summer, in Chicago, in conjunction with Dr. C. C. Guthrie, be
succeeded in transplanting veins aim
arteries fioii onn animal to another,
and in making veins do the work of
artcries. This experiment was
made witb the idea that perhaps in
lime veins may he transplanted
humans and a How of healthy blood
diverted to impoverished or diseased
parts.
In accordance with the custom of
1 he Itoekefeller Institute workers,
Dr. Carrel will not discuss his experiments, except, through the medium or the Journal of Experimental
Medicine. Hut the fact tlwt he has
set tbem forth there is regarded
another triumph for lbe institution
founded by the Standard Oil King.
The latest two notable achievements recorded from t he instil ute
Were the discovery of a new anaesthetic in the shape of common Kpsoii
Mills, by Dr. S. W. MeUler, aud the
discovery of a serum for cerebrospinal meningitis -by Dr. Simon
I-'lexiio, the institution's head.
A STRAIGHT TALK
PAPER     THAT   HAS      THE
NERVE TO SAY WHAT
IT THINKS
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KAM Y NAVEL llllAXiMM
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Mai.AUA UHACKS
Date., I'i.,-. ItanniiiiH Winter Nr'li-.
l',..-u-». Applus.
STIiWAlU'S FINE CHOCOLATES
HUGH STEWART
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Mattresses     Comforters     Pillows
Rugs      Hats      Linoleums
Dresser and Stands Tables
SOLD ON  CREDIT
Cranbrook Co Operative Stores, Ltd.
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Try  ,1   Case ol
KERRIGAN'S STOUT
Two  Dozen   Pints   $2.50
to C'tiinnoss',   'I'll'- finest  beverage on  the
for family uml Initio use.    Imparts vigor anil
health, and tonos up the body gom-rally
market
JAMES KERRIGAN
Brewer, Cranbrook.  B. 0
pupc .
church, one harbor engineer, and
hotel; but once people know lhat
Prince Unpen has Iwo or ibree
newspapers, a hundred i lores, a
dozen banks, more churches. Finally
there will be what everyone wants
to see—a city. But eilies are not
built by those in them pursuing a
dog-in-the-manger policy. Cities are
built by rustling "boosters," who
are willing to lei Iho other fellow
have anything in sight as long as
he is willing I" PnJ l"i it Crime
Uupert is destined to be a eily, lie-
cause   ii has    something behind    it
that     "boosters,"    e.in   trade   ill   and
not victimize thosy thoy trade with
Prince Uupert will be n city ol one
hundred thousand people boforu \ ie
torlu has an adequate water system, because the peuple wbu come
here will he "boosters" while tlie
people of Victoria will remain shopkeepers. Prince Uupert with a
population of a bundled thousand
people Will lie a greater eity than
Vancouver with the same population,
for it is farther north. The peoplu
of the north are more energetic,
more enterprising, more liberal, more
fearless, and more llberly-lovltig than
people of the south. Great will he
Prince Uupert, the Daylight City ut
north, onee il has more tb.ui
newspaper, and une stole, and
bank, ami uue church with ti
building.
The Grand Trunk Pacillc wharf bus
frontage of 1200 fool on the harbor, nil of which is completed except about 1UII feet in the center,
the llnlshilig "f which is delayed
through lack of -long piles.     Ii     is
id to be the finest wharf north of
Sau  Francisco.
(Kaslo Kootcnaian.)
m will note, dear reader, that
the size of the Kooleiiaiaii has been
educed this week lo six columns,
s il was prior to last August. We
xpeel to hear a chorus ol terrific
from everyone, particularly
oti-stibserlhers but we do not
a    eoittinent.il      whoop  about
bowl
J        PROFESSIONAL CARDS i
mid
CRESTON  IS UP-TO-DATE
Creston, Jan. 1.1.—A compauy of
the leading business men and fruit
growers of Creston have formed *
company to install a svstem of elec
trie light aud telephone iu every
house iu and around Creston and
wliile they only started a few
months ago tbey have completed
over twenty miles of phone line and
installed nearly 100 phones. W
have here in thr neighborhood r
13,000 acres of fruit rand and intend
to have each and every fruit ranch
connected by telephone und lighted by
electric light.
Only three and a half miles away
is Goal river canyon, where thousands of horse power can bs developed, and with cedar all along the
main roads it is convenient to secure
poles for constructing the lines.
The Port Hill line, running to Port
lllll, not only coniiects all business
bouses and custom houses, but connects with Spokane. The Dnek
creek and Sirdar line connects over
10 ranches, sawmills and logging
'•amps. The Goat mountain line
connects about 20 ranches. The
Krickson and Kitchener branch connects about SO ranches besides business houses iu Krickson, Kitchener
and .sawmills.
The weather being so mild construction work under the management of
Messrs. I.owenberg and Bevan has
gone rapidly along. They have fin'
shed    their   contract   for the main
The provincial police al Prince
Ruperi are making expenses. Last
Saturday they had Willie Luml. the
Chinese doutor of Metlaknt-la, up
for selling liquor to Indians, and ,hc
was lined SUM- and $7.5(1 costs, whieh
his friends rustled and paid on
i iiui.-..!.... 'i;iijs nial.es $150 in fines
be has paid in len nn...,. <i„ Thursday Edward Leighton and Petm
Leighton, two residents of Metlaknt-
la, were up for being drunk and disorderly. Edward had knocked the
Iml iti ti policemen around ns if they
were sawed-oll totem poles and had
called (lie Indian maidens bad names.
lie got a $50 Hue and $18 costs.
Peter had only been drunk and disorder) v. lie was lot oil with a
tine of $20 ami $18 costs. All of
which were paid. The eases -were
heard by II. I.. MacDonald, justice of
the peace.
.1, Israel Tarte is dead. A few
years ago he was tho most talked
about politician in Canada, and
when Laurier took him into his
ministry it     was predicted that   the
Liberal   party could not long remain
in power with such a "corrupt" man
n high office.     Yet Tarte proved 1
be an able minister ol public   works
nul that department bad few scandals
when he bad charge of it.     lie    resigned     ollice because of a difference
With bis colleagues over a     question
of   policy.       lie was a protectionist
who wanted to protect.    They    were
Free Traders,   but too cowardly    to
ntactiee   what     they believed.      On
leaving ollice     he returned to    work
is a journalist and died in     tiarue
Ten years from now he will only   be
remembered by those who knew him
nersoiially—for he was genial       and
kuid.    Few men live iu history,   and
the lale .1. Israel Tarte will  not  he
one of tbem, no more than will
lhe man     who was most zealous
forcing him out of the Laurier   government— CI I Word Siftoit.
The Empire has been asked if
people are allowed 1o land on the
wharf at Prince Uupert and stav in
the town. The editor of The Km-
uire was the last mnn who was ordered off tbo wharf as a trespasser
and his belongings to he taken opt
Kaien island, lie told tbe (!. T. P,
official who ordered him off to go to
hell. Moth the editor ami the railway officii! ir: still living peacefully in Prince Uupert.
A vear from today Prince Rupert
will have tbe largest assessment roll
if any     town     on the Pacilic const
Ihese.
The reason we reduced tho size   uf
tin- paper mav he summed up as follows: Laek of local advertising patronage or iu other words a few ol
the firms doing business iu this
town me not doing their share towards keeping up a local paper. Half
of the merchants and hotels doing
liusiiiess iu Kaslo have treated es
while, the other ball have treated us
scurvyly. They have been verj enthusiastic about patting us on the
back for our efforts in turning mil u
live locol paper, but when it came to!
buying advertising, space they would
crawl under the table aud whine
about hard times Onu or two had
their job printing done by a, scab
print shop and then inconsistently
asked us lo "roasi" those Kasloltes
who send out for Christmas presents. The sooner merchants doing
liusiiiess iu this town on such a
"i-luke-yoii-give" method are starved out liy lack of patronage, the belter it will be for the community. As
their policy appears to be to
butt in on every line of business taken up hv lbe o.der established stores
when Ihey realize their inability
capture the trade, commence so-
called slaughter sales, intt-rfertiifl
with legitimate trade and making
nothing themselves on account of
overdrafts. |
So we have brought down the size
of Kaslo's lending excitement. If
those doing business here who are
not now now advertisers in the
sheet, would like to see her up to
seven, let them come around with a
promise to take so much advertising
per year, pay their bills in cash instead of  trade,  Hum wo'll  he --lad  to
hoist her back lo the standard si/.c.
ii "-'11 look inst that much better
for the town.
If you nre a friend of Kaslo's and
interested in its welfare, you can
tell who the public-spirited ate in
this burg by glancing over the columns of the Kooleiiaiaii. A little
investigation will also convince vou
that they are the people who are doing the business.
That this is the case is not iu ihe
least surprising. Dnr tig ibe past
year the Kooteniaii's circulation has
been trebled, lt has been circulated
freely from one end of tbe cuntiueill
to the other for the advertising uf
Kaslo ami its resources. Ilaslo will
soon reap immense benefit from what
we are now sowing and you will not
be entitled to share in the benefits ot
you do not help pay beivfor. "\ on
do your share and we'll do ct.rs.
We've done more than ours iu iitif.
Upun what Kaslo does for us in IPOS
depends whether the town will have
au H page 7 column paper, a I page 7
column paper, a li column paper, a
"i column paper or no paper at all.
Oh no, we are not grousing or
whining. Business with us is just
as good as ever and in the job printing line shows a marked increase
from mouth to month. Hut it takes
collateral to run a newspaper and it
takes lime and money t<. hoosl for
Kaslo. Incidentally ll may I <• remarked that tbe present proprietors
of the Kootenaian are not sticking
type for health, pastime or f.u philanthropy.
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;; One Team I'ure-llrcil liray ; \
evrcliuroii Marcs       !!
Weigh. If"-' iiii.I MM), Willi ', ',
hrnketi, uonih-j tvnili tugulhurur o
■Itlglo.    .|.|.ly | |
.1. U. EDMONDSON,     <;
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Murphy & Klstier,
Parliamentary,     Departmental
Patent Office Agentl.
Practice Belore Kailway Commlsslnn
Charles Murphy. Harold FiiliEt.
Crescent Lodge No. 33
KNIGHTS   of   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
Meets every Tuesday at « p. m. »l
New Fraternity Hall.
.1. II. Henderson, K. nl It. & S.
W. A. Itollins, ... C.
Visiting   brethren  cordially lBv.tr*
to attend.
I.0.f).£ key Clly Lodge
No. ia. Meets every
Monday night al
New Fraternity Hall. Sojourning llililli-lliiivs ...riltally Invited
F.  I-I. llilllies, Win.  Ilniiis,
N. ... Sec'y.
nnrlh nl Vnnconver, harrlng
Nnniiitiin, Dawson nor N'oinc.
today it is    without hotel ncci
(lathing anil .he lown lnts an-
i-vi-ii surveyed.
either
Yet
'IIIIII.
"THR TIMES.'
Montreal, .Inn. III.—A special London cable snvs Lord Sir.itlii-niiu ami
Lord Minim Stephen nre among lltr
subscribers In Hi.- tnillinn rl.illnr capital or "The Tlnios." .In. Ihnl the
subscript ions nre ol an entirely n..ii-
in.litii-.il character is evidenced by
the Inel .thai the other subscribers,
Including Lords Hrnssi-i and It,.. 1,-
ehihl are both lice traders. They
regard "The Times" us h grenl national institution, which It is the
pride n( Englishmen to retain with
all i.s     high ti.ilinnal qllnl ti-s inilm
paired.
CIIKUOO'S 11)1,1-: MEN
Chicago, .Inn. in.—The Inter-Occnn
says: "A caretul canvass of .he labor
situation iu Chicago yesterday re-
vcnled .he fact that tiu-re are In the
citv 138,050 Idle working people.
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! Old Curiosity
Shop
JOSbPH  .1.  ,Mi:I|:AN.  Pmarleliir
All Classes of Secondhand (lords
BUYER OF  FliRS
.minim
Noil
ol  AH  Kinds, Imlli
.1.1 Si i.l hanil
Sage's Old Stand, Hanson Avenue
m
kfliihr.,... I „it|r  No U
*, f  1 *   >l
v \ \\'';.' «
IWiWi meftm**
thr ii.i.'i 1i,i.i-i
ol  rvrl)   nioDth
Vislttn* tirett. en welcomed.
S, ||. Iloskins, W. M.
K, w. Connolly, Bccrotnry.
Cranbrook Aerie 967
FOE
Meet every   Friday     evening at I
li lu.
Chas. Smith, W.P.
M,  D.  Hillings, Secretary.
Visiiing brethren cordially Invlled.
LOYAL ORANOE.LODGE, NO   1871
CKANIUtOOK
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Timothy Hay \
'I'h,. Bust of Timothy liny
for Kill.) f.u. h. Lik1uo,A1-
lii-rtn.    I'riivs right.
Address:
Z.   R O B I" I" Q B
Mtitnimont- Alto.
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i! J. EDGAR DAVIS!
BMCK
AND
CEMENT
WOHK
CRANBROOK
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CLINE'S   POPULAR
BARBERSHOP
is now located in its comfortable and attractive new quarters in the Manitoba Hotel.
IT WILL ME THE UNION    JACK
The government  ul Hritish Columbia, through the provincial secretary,
Hun. II. Young, has written the provincial   secretary of  Manitoba, that
it is tho intention ol the government
nf Ilrllish Columbia to provide    for
the general   use nl the national Hag!
in   the    public schools,     lf Ontario j
and Manitoba are using .be      same
(lug. Uritisli Columbia wnuld like   lo
lo llu- same, and would preler,    ac-1
•nrdlllg In lhc communication,     Uiat
the Cninii .lack he used, us lhe Can-
.Hull ensign   has not ulhcial status.
This institution is just up-to-
date and is modernly equipped
I the best work in all
the tonsorial art.
t date and is n
!to do lust thi
branches oi
CltANl.ttOOK    KINK
IIAttY
FOII    CAL
.1. K M. Pinkham will take a
rink tu the Calgary bonspiel on Ihu1
.lllll. This rink, skipped l.y Mr. j
l'i:<khaiii,     Incimlt-s, besides himsell,!
A. I.. Mellei-inot, E. I'nil c anil .1.1
McSweyn. The Walkii cup ami the
Tetlcy 'li.i trophy should surely he
the properly nf Crnnbrook lor 1908
Drink Home Beet
It is Pure
It ii Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
..   HK!  IMPROVEMENT
Cranbrook
Livery  S
GEARY &DOYLI
Proprietors
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II. Wi
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n nml In-ill', i'ii- i.
Ailihess: '   T
P.   H.   JOHNSON
ii P.o Hns III0II      Culgnry, Alto
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MACDONALD      IN
NATAL
FAVOR
ACT
OF
     ,,„...,„,   .„. ,...- „,„„    Vancouver,   -Inn. 8.—J.    A.    Mn
.,,,1  „... ,„_ i„,ii,ii„„    k.„-„i, I donald, lender of the opposition     in been installed, also a new engine and marked    Tlnihoi
,     »»»°w_™W'--ll    "ranch!,np provincial legislature, said today a set nf tic trimmers.    These latter  north 80,   chain:
wouhl  support Premier Mcllrid.
he
Commencing .Innunty t_lb the
Spokane International railway will
operate cafe parlor cues nu their
loctil trains No. I and _ hetween
Spokane uud Cur/.nn ..uni-timi leaving
Spoknno at , a.iu. and cunncctlng at 	
Curzon with   Crnws   Nest Ira.n No.!    _ . ,
ii, returning   connecting wilh Crows     TeKm" ""ll 'l"v'"" "'"""'""1 '"r mi
Nesl train   Nn. 5,   arriving Spokane point In the district,
7.15 p.m.     This is au entirely   new .   ,,,.„. _   „
service,  inaugurated   fnr the benefit' "*"' R* """"ver
ul   passengers   wishing a late break-	
last out of   Spokane, and an earlier NOTICI-:
supper liinn   could be otherwise pro-' 	
vided. |   Nolico    is hereby given that thirty
♦ days after dato   I, Henry     F. Lan-
,.,...,,..,..,. ,, „.-.,„,,. „„.„«..,„  deck, occupation, Railway Agent, of ■
ROHINSON-McKENZIE STARTING (.utewuy, H. C, intend to apply   to
UP I the Hon. the Chief Commissioner   oil . .
  Lauds   unit   Wurks for a special    II-'enables us lo clean mens pan.s, suits
'cense lu  cut nnd carry away timher and neckties,   ladies suits aad skirts
The   Robinsiin-McKen/.ii-      Lumber  Irom the following described lands:        '
eompnny expect to start sawing   on    Cummencing nt a pnst planted    at
Salurday.     The new dynamo      has   he    south-west   corner   ol   a post
'   '    Timber   Limit 0214, thence
  ins,    thence west
re necessary   to enable    this   com- chains, thence south R0 chains, thenco
Meet at I.   ol L. F   Hall 2nd   and
llh Saturday each month.
Visiting brethren always welcome
.1. E. l.anigan, W. M.
John McLaughian, I'.cc. See.
W. F. QURO,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc
CKANIUtOOK,HRITISH  ('OLl)MHI.
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I      C. H. DUNBAR       J
»   Barrister, Solicitor, Notary   J
Jj Public, Etc t
»   Cranhrook.     -    -    B. C.   |
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DRS. KINO & QREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office at Residence, Armstrong Ave.
OFFICE HOURS :
Forenoons - -
Afternoons - •
Evenings - • ■
Sundays - - •
CRANHROOK :;
■ 9.00 to 10.1111
2.00 to 1.00
7.S0 to 8.30
2.30 to 4.30
::
B. O.
OR. F. I* KINO
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
II to 12 a.m.
1 to   8 p.m.
7 to   8 p.m.
Office and resilience on Armstrong ave
CRANHROOK        -        -       •     U.C.
OR. F. B. MILES
DENTIST
OFFICE   HOURS:
9 to 12 a.m.
1 to   6 p.m.
7 to   8 p.m.
Office in new Held Illnck
CRANHROOK -       -       - B. C.
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; CUMMINQS & CUMMINQS !
! CIVIL  liN.ilNlil-RS AND  DOMINION
ANO B.C. LAND SURVKVORS
tAW Cranbrook,B.C.:
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Y,
Civil
PARKER
Engineer
Railway uml Mining
Engineering a Kiu-clnlty
I'll.me   171
P. 0.   llns   II
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',', FIRE    PROOF    SAFES,',
ii Now nn.! R .n.l liiiinl. Canadian ,.r Ati.eiii-iui makes always
on I.in.,I
lleflliunces in Cumin,,... : Kink
Meii'iinlil,. Co.. V.  Ilv.le .Inker,
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I line, nnd installing phones,
I   The Iruit growers' association   can'during tiie coii'iiiie session in renew- pany lo   complete the large      con- east (10 chains, to point ol commence
now   with a    phone In the C  P  R I inK   the  passiiie of   the    Natal Ac.' tracts Ihey have for tics (rum   th   ment.
Uiitii,n     .iicirlhn'. nrdws    ii,r-,„-rf,'against   Orientals,    although he he- Uranil Trunk     Pacilic railway com-
sl.itii.ii.    dstribute ordeis    through, |ieV(,a |t Wns „„„institutlonnl.     The pany.       Twenty   teams are hauling
(nne    liinn, tn every Iruit grower    in moral   effect      u-onld,   however, he logs tn the mill and sixty-live   men
, .md around.Creston. wholesome. are working In the bush.
Henry F. Lnndeck,   Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
Dated at    Oateway, H. C, December Sth, 1907. 81-Gt
DON'T READ THIS
The French   Dry   Cleaning process
in fiiieli   a   way that they positively
look as good as new.
We arc experienced dyers and cleaners, therefore, we do not require to
send anything down cast pr up west.
EAST KOOTENAY
DYE HOUSE
""'i™ J. LEASK, Tailor. THE   CHANBHOOK    Ill.liAI.I.
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I   HARRIS & WOODS  II
For Your Winter Supply of
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All orders will receive prompt
..nd Immediate attention
Telephone 10'
I'. 0. Box 78t.
tt:««:::u::r4u::r.:n«::ai«a«88:
All BI SIM ING
am)   I    THE PHOTOGRAPHER
PICTURES successor to
framing! prest PHOTO CO.
E^ff^nWBWK TO*
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Ni-iv Miiiiuut-iueiil
liii|iruvi-il iii Every Wny
Itolillcd
I      QUEENS HOTEL
X Cranbrook,   It. C.
9 (il'ST. .VN'DEEX, Proprietor
Our Motto: "The Host is None T,x> .!ui«l."
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Manitoba Hotel
dan Mcdonald, proprietor,   cranbrook, b. c.
Headquarters for
Lumbermen
Tiie Manitoba iaeonlmlly located ami has one Ot the best din ing rooms
in tlie clly.   The bar is supplied with the boat of Uqiiorn and Clgnre
Cranbrook
Hotel *» s
Quests Comlort a Special!}
Omul StahlinK in Connection
Nenrrm to railroad hihI depot,    Hai accommodations for the public unequalled in Cranbrnok.
Hoggarth & Rollins {
llm ami I'l-M ll.-nii*
..Proprletoti
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1-1-H-l-lll-l-m-IHI-l-IH-l. Hl-Hl-H I -I I I I 11111 II M-
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The Cosmopolitan jjj
K. II. SMALL
Jl miner
The place where a
man will return after
stopping once.
mm n n i-i-i. m+H+H-H+H
-III 11 11 I 11 I I I t ■--. M-M--M-•
Ramblln
Keveries
HY A DREAMER.
\ SERMON TO HI SB.VNDS
Wo
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Wo iinvo somo
Choice
Mincemeat
Heinz brum! ono ot the lYI varieties
1 P. BURNS ® CO., Ltd. 1
PHONE NO. io
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a  button-hole ot    his vest, and    a
"nobby" little   walking stiolt     was
twisted in bis bejeweleq lady lingers.
lie was proud to say that he w.is a
"-gentleman     ol leisure."    Wc Inler-
rt-tl as nniL'b before be said it      What
else i-ould bave been Inferred?   What
earthly use could Die mortal     tiring
be put to?     Physical force be    had
jY™"«i t~.~i\..'.'-    V" .7^ r.r_Ii  not; liis mind was ns Vacant as   an
ilsma! failure ..I ..in first ,.xlla„sU,| tcC9iver. am, lu. .,,. ,, ,„
have no excuse tor living except    to
.nl vert ise some tailoring estalllisU-
ini'it- It is something to the credit
of this country ihat such specimens
ni Lhe genus homo are rare. We can
only wish that they were si. care
thai circus men would be induced   to
■asm-' carts    nr' CiI^fi    l,lcm      w't'1    t'it'ir    lll,,|l,ilJa'
s crown fretful  lllul1--?'1 rIlu monkeys would be apt i"1
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aro nol a minister, 11 even the
-.tm ol a minister, bo pardon us     if
H maki   ^^^^^^^^^^
attempt t..   preach >. set mon,      "»
Will lind ..ur text in Ihe Bible,     It is
uot necessary t<> give tho chaptei aud
verse, but look foi It.     in brief     it
is this: -Spend sonic ol your evenings
at home with your wife and cl ildi
it you have mi amiable, gentle wife,
surely your home must he a pleasant
one, but if, from Inel
other reasons, she hi
or sullen,    wlm   knows l.-it a     fltt
mure attention nr kindness on    youi
part might .iu a greal deal  :  •■■•  ■
the return of the amiability  you bo
much admired  in ber girlhood.       li
you    woulil stay   at    home ottencr
oveuings,   treating her   with    something ol tin-   old tenderness, making
liei believe, at least, that you    are
not  wholly Indifferent to her Ii ippi-
ness, you would soou Bee -■     change
for iiu- better in vour household,
She has not lorgoltcn the time,
if ymi have (not very long ago, per-
Imps) when her society ivaa all yon
.isT'etl for to make the lonp: evenings
pass delight full) aw,it. Loving Vuu
contentctl an.l happy " Hut, alas, you
Boon grow tired ol the same room
evening after evening, the name easy
through life In the same quiet way,
as she did. she would have gone on
chair, and the Baddesl ol all, woary
i.l the society of your wife—intnaticui
THE UlNSTffBL MMDS
Tins eompany gave a performance
ai tin- opera nouse on Thursday
evening to a good audience. One id
iln- iin.st pleasing features ->f the performance was the absence ol l<>m-
waits between Iho different numbers.
-lusl as soon as one turn concluu
another began, and the result was
the audience bad no time to study
ih*- weak points ol the performance.
Mi. U..IIT has with hint a number ol
clever young girls whn gave a very
clean and ainusini~ performance. The,
local hits wen- very clever and caus-'
ed much laughter. The maids wil
always tint! a welcome in Cranbrook
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Maple nnd Fancy Oroccrics   f
protest against the companionship,
1 \I.K  WITH   YOUNG  MEN
Tli
meeting
fellows,
wit, sun.
yourself
Perhaps
f the ri'stt
change,
ings away,
panlonahle
you    with
you fancy
eharnied.       —____.
monts   of reflection:
seems whispering to j
holy   influences of ho:
have    so    recklessly
cast away    from yon
wife   sits   by the tir
and waiting for your
the hours   that drag
listening eagerly    to
starting at every sou
knows not  what, yet
ways of   the weary
win.
id
llg f..r
entertain
ami
and
llin-
lence
delighted
there   »
When  cul
oil of the pule,
mc which     vnu
and unfeelingly
Vour lonely
Ide, watching
I'liiru through
[owl)    alone,
>very footfall,
, fearing, sin
i.nscious      al
trtacho     Hm
seems wearing her life ^_wm_______.
Evening after evening she watches
your preparations for departure, hoping, meanwhile, you will relent and
stay ai home with her. Mut you
hastily don your hul and coat, turning your back resolutely towards
her, fearing to encounter that gaze of
wistful entreaty, for you know she is
watching you, with tears silently
rolling down her pale cheeks. Voii
know it, still you do not think best
to notice it, for you dislike a .scene.
Tears annoy you exceedingly, so you
cloj.fi the door, perhaps with a hang,
trying hard to feel very indignant
towards her daring to weep, even
behind your back. So tho lonely
wife brushes away the tall ng tears,
and sits down with bitterness in ber
heart, to compare the Inst years of
her married life to those first "lies,
made so bright and happy hy her
husband's love and presence. Sometimes softer feelings fill her heart,
und she dreams of that dear old
homo she lefl lor this ont—the home
that sheltered her childhood and
youth; and us she thinks of her beloved parents, her brothers and sisters, lhe light, the warmth and love
in the old homestead, no wonder she
hows her head and weeps by her
lonely fireside, like a grieved, homesick child. Of course no husbands in
this community ncl in this manner;
if they did   we wou.d suggest     that
their
mon as j
new year
change
ive*.
ne
ad to tlu-ni this ser-
.r the beginning of n
good time to be?ln   a
A GREAT EVIL
ils. and
lie borne.
■il hack to
eyond our
are out of
v be ar-
tho will,
1     uther
nd    and
invention
author-
c drinks
Thi
ihr
ch.i 1
ami
to
Our race groans under
carries burdens heavy io
Some of these ma) be trace
the lirst sin. an.l are hi
control; but most ol them .
our own producing, ami 111.
rested by a resolute ncl ol
or by aids which como fi.-i
sources.
Two evils     now fill the 1
world     which are ol human
and arc sustained h\  buma
itv.    One of these is alcohc
and the other is tobacco,
latter we will say .1 few wi
has grown and overspread
ttons' of the earth    till nt
lenges observation, reflectiu
exercise     ol   Bnllghtcned   cot
while looking Uie Lit is in the
Sueh is its cxteni that many
lions i>f ncrcs are occupied .
growth, producing millions ol
annually ami cusiinc the hum-
fifteen thousand millions of <
How appalling such a state ol
while want and suffering al
around us Vet this enormoi
penditui.' is entirely usolcsi
one claims ihat lie is the better for
the use of tobacco in nn) form. U
is a mere habit, Innoccittlj formed,
and, while at flrsl perhaps a pleasure, has grown to he n muatci ■■'
a tyrant.
Nol orily this, hut ii is an oflenslve,
filthy habit, finding nu place in the
lunch, in the parlor, or elsewhere,
is ,1 high order ol society meets and
indulges in exorcises which the higher
nature craves.
Multitudes using il are ashamed of
the fruits t.f it, and would he glad lo
be rid of it if the) knew how to
break its eiieli.iutiiieni. Hul tbis is
not all, or even the worst >.f it. \\
is Injurious to health and when taken
hi excess operates as a poisonous
natuie, weakening lhe system ami
leading to premature death,
Such evils, together with
mous expenditure, ought t
sober, reflecting, conacicnti
consider whether it can
to continue such a hat.it . s
lollars.
things
■e all
is    c.\-
■.     No
B young man with limited
who bos but a few bundled dollars lo
begin life with, or perhaps has nothing but a pair of strong and   willing
hands, wc would say to .ill SUCll
young men that the faun is the best
place iu the world, and th thi ri
will he plenty farm work in this dislriel eie lung. Do not lie afraid ol
toll but set an example to the weak,
lazj lolterct about town b) putting
your hand tu the plow.
It you are a young m.11 rii d man
then ihe farm oilers sull greatei inducements. Wo know it will cost
youi young wife some panes to separ
ate from Iriends and home in the
town, but if she is a true woman
sh.- will ilo it without a murmur, for
,ii.- i..iitie of life is an earnest one.
and we must each sustain our part.
Do not expect to begin youi married
hie in the same style thai youi father and mother are now enjoying in
theft old age, with the fruits ol many
years ot i.Ul, but he contented to
begin humbly.
riant and sow und reap; build your
dwellings, and garnish them about
wiib fruits and flowers; promo to agriculture, one of tbe groat Institutions of Hod; aud when your sons
aud daughters grow up like _ _
plants around your table, while you
fail not to remember their physical
wants, remember also to supply their
Intellectual food the mind craves; let
ihem have good hooks aud papers
aud proper recreation, that tbey
may not imbibe the false notion that
farming is drudgery and every farmer and farmer's wife a drudge.
As we look about us, how many
sons and daughters of wealthy (armors we see who despise their surroundings, and only look on "f-ithcr"
as a very necessary machine to coin
money for their expenditure, and
"mother," who has labored for them
every day since they were born, as a
very useful automaton for doing
looking and general house work.
When you arc t liing the rich soil
Ihiiik how much worthier io the
cause vou a rii prosecuting than to
crowd into some already over-stocked liusiiiess or profession iu your
home town, wilh only one object in
view—to have white hands and Immaculate clothing, ami to he always
st niggling with vour limited    means
keep up    with those ...
reining who are much wealthi
ourselves.
■11 ward
ir than
enoi-
make
meu
SLAVES OF 001.It
Who are the lenders in oui best society, generally .speaking1. Why, n
man may carry a whole library iu
his head, and if his coat W seedy
and his pocket empty he is nowhere'
while 11 brainless lop whose at lire is
faultless, and who carries a full
purse, is a first-rate, smart, fellow.
What chance has a vomig lady a
little out of style, who has to earn
her own living, to shine in society
i>) the side of one of our fashionable
ladies whose papa is a millionaire?
Socially wo are the slaves of gold.
Old-fashioiied peoplo look at it iu the
old-fashioned way, uud say it is all
wrong. And so it is; but it is a
[act that stares us in the lace that
those who ate Worth the most are
considered as the most worthy. After
all, perhaps the wisest man was
right when he said "The love ol
money is the root of all evil. ' We
know from sad experience that it
is very inconvenient to be poor, but
no man is poor who lias a happy
home and it doe'; not require hue
curtains or velvet carpets to make
a home happy.
How low the head—do reverence to
the old man. uiicc like you. The
vicissitudes ol life have silvered his
hair and changed tiie round, merry
face to the worn visage before you.
onee the heart heat with aspiration,
crushed hv disappointment- as yours,
destined to he. Once thai form
stalked promptly through the gay
scenes ol pleasures, the beau ideal of
grace; now tlie hand of time, lhat
withers the flowers of yesterday, has
bent that figure and destroyed that
noble carriage. Once at your age,
lie possessed the thousand thoughts
thai puss through your brain, now
wishing to accomplish deeds equal to
a nook in fame; anon imagining lite
,1 dream that the sooner he awoke
from tbe better. Uut lie. has lived
tho dream very near through; the
tune to awaken is very near at hand;
his eye never kindles at old deeds of
ilarlnp and the hand takes a firmer
grasp of the staff. Bow low the
head, hoy, us you would in your old
go lie reverenced.
Woman's hopes are loo often blast-:
tl, In early youth many say to
themselves, "I shall he happy when 1
have a husband to love mc best of I
11;" then when the husband is too
tireless, "My child will comfort j
me;" then, through the mother's I
watching and loil, "My child will repay me when it gCOWS up." And at)
Inst, after the long journey of years
lias been wearily traveled througl.
the mother's heart is weighed down
by a heavy burden, and no hope remains Imt' the grave. Wc hope tbis
may not lie the case with any who
weekly read this column, but all
must admit that it is often a true
history of woman's hopes.
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baking isn't successful every
time. Their failures run
the cost up.    Get
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and follow directions. The
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time. You pay a few cents
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but those few cents buy
certainty and purity. Your
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rilAMlltOOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF SOUTHERN    DIVI
SION, EAST KOOTENAV
Take notice that Allan O. Wilmot,
nf Cranbrook, M. C, occupation, Ac
count ant, intends to apply for a
special timber license over the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planteil at
thi' north-west comer of Lot 358,
theuce running north 45 chains, more
i.i less, thenco east -lit chains, more
or 'ess, 'thence south 9 chains, more
or less, thence east 80 chains, more
or less, thence south 3ft chains, more
or less, to tlm corner of Lot 358,
thence west 126 chains to point of
commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less.
Allan G. Wilmot.
Hated December 12th, 1907.     42-6t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF EAST KOOTENAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Tnkc notice that George Herbert
Thompson, ot Cranbrook, B. C, occupation, Solicitor, intends to apply
for a special timber license over the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted adjacent to and in a northerly direction from the north-west corner of
Lot 7317, thence north 40 chains,
thence west 40 chains, thence south
10 cliains, tlience east 40 chains to
ihe place of commencement, containing 1U0 acres, more or less.
George. Herbert Thompson.
Hated December 16th, 1907.    42-6t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF SOUTH-EAST KOO
TENAY
Take notice that Abel Delancy
Horsman, of Cranbrook, B. (!,, occupation, Tie Maker, intends to apply for a special timber license over
;hi~ following described lands:
('ommencing at a point eighty
chains nortli and 20 chains west and
In a north-westerly direction from
the north-west corner ol Timber
Limit .103-t, thence cast 80 chains,
tbenee north 80 chains, thence west
SO chains, thence south 80 chains to
the point of commencement, containing 610 acres, more or less,
Abel Delancy Horsman.
Dated  December  10th,  1007.   42-6t
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bse ffttsv"* £ £ E$L- us
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I THE  CRANBROOK  HERALD
fS.OO a V I'.u:
THK   PAPBB   THAT   is   BEAD   lt\   THE   I'EOPLK
JANUARY   l«,   iiioh
ORANBROOK 11 ERA l.l>!i- is understood that one million
caudle power was Iiirni.hwl by a
1 t-iir.i-i.i ol four million volts.
Bj Ih. Herald   Publishing Company, I
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Liiiifi ami Manager.
When tiie best Interests of      Cran-'
brook    aro    at-    stake,    Cranbrook I
people get together and see to it that
these Interests    are taken van-     ol
i.i competent hands.
"He laughs best who laughs Uut."
All together now: for Oranbrook.    [
Tbe Herald made a clean light, absolutely tree from personalities, absolutely free from bitterness ami;
won. It is just as free from porsou-
..im.'- and from bitterness now us
belore the tight.
•OBSERVATIONS    \
J BY  THE OLD  MAN. .*
\» 4-a-s vMMNMto ■• - *«i •*#« 4F
tte are all still citizous <>i > ran
btOOk, and aa such musl L'lSe alio'
jn-ti) soreness. Uvurybud)
■ttin, and "the voice ol Uie peopl.
ibe volte of Ood. The people have
siu<_ who Uiey want lot mayuc and
lUit-enui-n and then decision is law*.
Let overy citizen gi\e the new council
liis or bl:t heartiest support lor Liio
-AO\.uieniiiriii   ol the L'ltj i>  interests.
Cranbrook is acknowledged to he
one uf the very best towns in the
interior oi the province, lt
continue tu be so when the reins ol
, i.llit-e are in tbe hands of sUOh men as
i J, I'. Kink .iiui tbe aldermen elected.
I
ig
It is all riglil to gel uul and make
a light in auy Mini ol a political eon-j
test so loug as it is honest, o.eau
unit fair, Uut when the euiilesl is1
over, drop it, let there lie no post
tuortenis; gel together, winning ean-,
di dates ami defeated oaiidulutes alue, <
i.Uohv wbu voted lor Uie winners  amlj
Wiwse  who voted   lui   Uiu lusers;    let!
there be uo hard Iceiiiigs, mil  let   us
oue and all gel togetitei loi L-rau-1
brook.
During the municipal eainpuigu just
ovei the Herald has followed its invariable rule oi uol allow,ng its
columns io be used io abuse an) individual. Not one. line oi personal
anuse has been prmtcdm tin- Herald.
The Herald    editor does iiui   believe
in tliis manner oi rumiiiig ii.s i	
and will con Uu uu lo puisne ibe same
policy in tbe future. The fact that
** man is called unkind names iu a
newspapei dues not noun, him a
bad man and the mallei oi personal
abuse generally acts us a boomerang
to the |iupci printing il
uliliKKLLims ELECT OFFICERS
Key City Lodge, No.  li, l.O.Q.F.,
elected officers on Momlay     e
l.isl as follows;
N. li.-K. B. Haines.
V. <i.-V. S. Liddieoatt.
I!, aud K. S.-W. M, Harris.
Trcas.—J. Manning.
Conductor—W. S. McDonald.
IVorden—M. 1). Billings.
11. S. N. ti.-l\ T. Ilavwoud.
L. S. N. O.-Harry White.
It. S. V. a.—II. Hicltetihoilmi
L. S. V. O.-Ii. J. Johnson.
Chaplain—Chas. Smith.
Inside Guard—Rubt. Dickson.
worn.:
Tbe ,
nliig! inter
lbe si
I'RKSinTKRIAN CHURCH
liei n
Thiouuhout the municipal uum-
paign J. D. McBride showed himsell
to be what lie is, .- gentleman.
Che reason thai Ueorgu Johnson
polltnl somewhat a stnallLt vote iban
tbe rest oi the aldermen elected is
thai 'Iboinas Wardman was running
us a representative ol tho same pari
oi the eity as Mr, Johnson, Mr.
Wardman and Mr. Johnson are extremely popular in Craubrook aud it
was a foregone conclusion that Mr, '
Wa.nJni.in would gut a number oi
votes that, bad he not been running,'
would have been polled l.n Mr John-
son,
A congregational soeial In
arranged for next Tuesday evening at
t- o'clock in tlie Sunday school room.
Tin: congregation is invited to attend rot social ,ntercourse nnd an
evening's pleasure. Many of us do
not know eaeli other yel. This will
be it chance to get acquainted. Xlsi-
lois in (own and new cornels to
our church will be patUeiilarU attended to and are specially invited.
Social cordiality should bo part ol
uni religion.
The congregational  meeting is     lo
he lii-ld mi    Thursday evening,
Jul, iit  N o'clock in the •
ncoting conies onlj once ;
when those who have Inw
care of the several depart men
tlie church work   will   report
has been done.     New officers i
coming year   will be elected.
Miie sliould     feel;  "It is my
I bave therefore an individual
spunsibillty f or its success."     Important plans .or next year are   to
bo talked    over.    Let every member
.md every adherent, both men      and
women plan lo be present even at   a
sacrifice      "Wish ye not 1 tn
aboul un Puttier's business."
This
It is
NO STRIKE AT MOYJK
'lbe provincial parliament met fur
tbr despatch of business today.
Tbe cruel war is over, the light is
won, su let us shako hands, continue lo be friends and get together
lor the advancement of Craubrook.
'jltere is Jots of work to du aud
everyone should do Jus or her share
ut helping to make Cranbrook brighter, better and more progressive day
t.j day. Some oi us, perhaps-, cannot do much, but everybody can say.
,i good word for Cranhrook at least
once a day. The liecald believes in
Cranbrouk, it talks I ranbrook and
ii  thinks ''ranbrook.
The election of S. S, Taylor as
mayor ol Nelson, hy acclamation
chows thai the citizens of the lake
side city are wise. All Dial tlie
people of Nelson need lo do now is
io see that a strong, clean aldcr-
inanic board is elected to support
Mr. Taylor. It is not well for tbe
aldermen of any city to be mere
machines lor reflecting the mayor's
wishes. Tho interests of any city
are best served by eleclitig aldermen
who will use independence ul judgment, but nt the same time will not
put unnecessary obstacles in the
way of proposals emanating from
the mayor. The Herald congratulates Mr. Taylor on his election and
tbe citizens of Nelson upon llieir
very wise choice. i
1'. it. Macdonald will remain mayor!
id Rossland for another year because he has been re-elected by ac-!
tUmation. 1'. IL Mncdouafd is one
r.f the best known men in West
Kootenay and a Ronlulidcr from tbe
ground up. a western man wilh
western idenja and with brains und
energy to carry them out. The
Ooldeu City is lucky lu securing the
services <>( Mr. Macdonald, because
be is a tried man and is known tu
have already "made good." j
Personal abuse never yet won an!
•lection. j
Humpty Dutnpty ccUniut- did fall
down. I
When  you see it  in tho Herald its
so.      The   Herald said that J.     IV
Fink and all of the gentlemen on   his
ticket would he elected.     They  were.
Cranbrook has the host mayor and
council of any Utile city in the great
' aLaili.in West. I
Everything is running smoothly at
Movie.' Everyone employed at the
St. Eugene mine Went back to work
..it Monday morning. So said Hairy
Dimoek tii a representative ol the
Herald on Tuesday. There never
was a strike, but "it was agreed between the management of the mine
and the men that work sliould cease
until an agreement was arrived at.
.\ meeting was held on Sunday evening and a vole Was taken about 12
p.m. with the result that the men
decided to go hack to work. The
wages of timbenunn, hlacksmiths
helpers and concentrator hands are
materially increased. The sea e
adopted by the arbitration board was
ignored altogether and a scale
adopted as agreed upon by tlie management and the men- Mr. Dimmock
tells the Herald that he believes that
a permanent working basis has been
reached and that he looks for no
more trouble and unless lead reaches
a much higher price than it is at
present no increase in wages will be
asked by the men.
ff. IV White, the superintendent ol
the St. Eugene mine, was iu town
ou Tuesday and told a Herald representative that the vote in lavor of
going to work on tlie scale suggested
hy the joint meeting of ihe management and (lie men was lijti to HK,
with ft spoiled ballots. Mr. White
assures the Herald that a permanent
settlement has been arrived at satisfactory to the management and the
men alike.
THI: CITIZEN'S TICKET WINS
MAYOR:
.1    I*   Kink.
ALDERMEN
P   DoVere Hunt.
.lames Henderson.
\. Hyde Baker.
Joseph Jack-Son.
James Ryan.
Ocorge Johnson.
SCHOOL   TRUSTEES
li   T   Itogers.
I   ii, McCallum.
J,   A.   Harvey,
The election is over, lhe light     ia
won and the Herald trusts that there
is not une bit  of   iil-fcc.iug in     the
heart o( any citizen over tne result.
I nquestlonably J. 1'. I'm-* will make
...... a most excellent mayor.     He      nas
will'experience gained hy serving the olty
ii alderman, he has business .-.bit
is evidenced by his own personal
ess success, mid above all highly is kuowu to evel'l man,
n and child in Cranbrook,
tldei'inen elected are all good
men of business, men of cupabll-
in'ii who have Cranbrook's besl
■sis at- heart and men who will
re that her best interests are
protected. The light was clean,
fair and above board so far as the
Kmk ticket was concerned prior lu
the election. During election day
men who supported this ticket or
that ticket met, talked, and joM
witli each other in a friendly way,
hul im unkind word was spoKen, no
bitterness was displayed and when
ihe counting was over tbe defeated
congratulated lhe victorious as men
wlio live among meu should. Talking about the defeated, a word about
,1. D. McBride. Mr. McBride was
tlie lirst to congratulate Mayor J.l*.
Kink, aud the Herald believes, yes,
tin- Herald is sure, tbat Mayor Fink
will lmve no stronger supporter than
J. D, McBride. As Mr. Mcllride
said ai the citizens meeting, he has
been asked repeatedly to run and at
I ins tune, believing it lo be his duly,
he allowed himself to be placed in
nomination. The people ot Crnnbrook elected J. P. Fink, but their
so doing is no reflection upon J. 1>.
UcBrldc, but at this time u. I*,
Kink and lhe men on bis ticket, were
needed for the good of Cranbrook.
li.ilh .Mr. Kink and Mr. MeBride
h. fkcpl llieir word, like tbe gentlemen
Llml Ihey are. They said they would
nol ask for votes and they did uot.
The Herald, throughout tbe campaign, lias said nothing lhat -was
calculated to hurt the feelings ol
.mv person interested in the contest,
and although it is pleased that the
ticket it supported won, it bus uo
ill-feeling toward anyone who was
opposed to it. Tbe Herald followed
ils usual course, during tbe municipal
campaign, of treating everybody fairly, with honesty and with the ab-
leuce of personal abuse. One word
about the "undesirable element." Thu
Herald wishes to state, positively,
thai this term was never used iu its
columns in reference to the citizens
ol Cranbrook individually or collectively, and that the statement that
il did say so is as false as it is misleading and disreputable. The Her-
.iid bas been iu existence nearly ten
years, and during tbat time has never
hacked a loosing ticket ia any election, whether federal, provincial or
municipal. Further, although the
Herald eon Id, not nor would nut if
i: could, be on both sides U tne
fence, it bas never made an enemy
because iis policy is to be above
board and fair with everybody. Anybody ean tell where tbe lierald is at
any time, and one place at which it
can always be found is boosting
Cranhrook and tbo district,
.Luui
Al...
E.icl
church
S.WKUUD      DODOE     TO     PLAY
Friday    evening   Mr.   Santord
id his ct
tin       ^mm^^^______________m
Dodge and his company will present
"Damon and Pythias'' at the new
opera house, under tlie .inspires of
the local lodge of the Knights of
Pythias, The part of Damon is one
of the favorite roles of Mr- Dodge and
all who have seen him jn the "Merchant of Venice" and in "Romeo and
Juliet'1 will know that for such n
versatile actor Damon should be a
good part. The Knights are busy
selling tickets and a large house is
a forgone conclusion. iiu Salurday
Mr. Dodge will presenl "Romeo and
Juliet." Miss Louise Marshal! will
again play the part nf Juliet, with
whieh she delighted a Cranbrnok audience during Christmas week.
Tbe   people ol    Cranbrook
spoken in no uncertain tone, a
is what they said; We want i
town and a progressive town
J, P. Fmk as mayor, and P.
Hunt,    James    Henderson,
Jackson,    V.  Hyde Maker,
-Ryan and George   Johnson ai
men.
Immediately upon ibe result
poll being made known, ibe
brook city band gol  busy ant
tiered a number of selections
was- furnished    bv    the Cri
Broom and Oil   Company, Uni
have
nd this
clean
with
DcVerc
Joseph
James
i alder-
I
of  lhe'
Cran-;
I     ren-'
Light
i nbrook
imited.
THE FIREMEN'S BALL
The firemen arc holding their annual ball on Thursday, the 23rd instant, at the new opera house
There is no department in the city
which deserves so much praise as thr
fue department. There Is no better
bunch of boys than the Crnnbrook
tire brigade, and when they hold
Iheir annual ball everybody has a
good time. Alderman Fink, chief of
the fire-department, was seen by a
representative of the Herald and said
that the boys were doing all in
iheir power to make the hall a great
social success. Tbey had ordered a
Spokane orchestra, the same thnt
was here for the Telegraphers ball,
so that excellent music was assured,
Every citizen ot Cranbrook should
secure a ticket for the ball, because
the lire department of Cranbrook is
one of the best in Western Can min
and deserves all the support tbat
can possibly be given to it.
THE OFFICIAL  RETURN'S
The   Corporation    of  the City    of
Craubrook, Municipal Election,
January 16, 1W8.
I, Thomas M. Roberts, returning
officer for the said election do hereby
declare that tlie number of vote--- east
for the several candidates were as
follows:
KOR MAYOR:
Kink, Jacob Pius, Merchant 211
McBride,   James   Duncan,    Merchant  187
FOR ALDERMEN:
linker,    Valentine   Hvde,    Estate
Agent    21!)
Flowers,'   William   James,     Machinist  102
(HII, Thomas Sutherland, Ixtfomo-
tlve Engineer  I'll
Henderson, James Brown, Tie Inspector  22a
Hlckeiibotham, Harold, Carpenter.128
Hunt, Pbineas DeVcre, Conductor22h
Jackson,  Joseph,   Conductor  222
Johns    George   William,  l.uco-
tive Engineer  191
Kennedy,     John      •).,    Foreman
Painter  113
McCowan, Andrew, Car Foreman.14:
Uyan. James, Gentleman  213
Waidniiin.      Thomas,  Locomotive
Engineer   l»K
FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEES:
Klwell, Edward,    Insurance    nnd
General Agent  U5
Harvey, James Albert, Solicitor.220
McCallum, John Gillies, Merchant.225
ItogerB,   George   Thomson,     Merchant 317
And 1 further declare tbe said
Jacob Pius Fink duly elected mayor;
Valentine Hyde Baker, .Tames Brown
Henderson, Phiueas DeVere Hunt,
Joseph Jackson, George William
Johnson and James Ryan duly elect-
ed aldermen; James Albert Harvey.
John Gillies McCallum and George
Thomson Rogers duly elected School
Trustees for the said Municipality.
Given under my hand this Ifith dav
ol January, IMS.
Thos  M. Roberts,
Returning Officer.
HILL & COflPANY
Hill & Co. have decided to move out the
balance of their ladies', men's and child"
ten's hats. If prices count for anything
they will move quickly, as they will offer
them at one half off the regular price, or
in other words 50c on the $
Hats worth $5.00 for $2.50
Hats worth $2.50 for $1.25
Hats worth $1.00 for 50c.
They will also make special reductions on
the following lines:
Ladies' Skirts one-third off regular price
Ladies, Waists one-third off regular price
A line of Flannellette Waists to clear at 60c
I!,"iilni- 75c .-uiil^l
We have 62 Boys' Suits ranging in size
from 22 to 30 that wc will sell for the next
two weeks at half price. We have decided to reduce our mammoth stock and
will do it.
HILL & COMPANY
CRANBROOK'S
GREATEST STORE
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Liable to Oversleep Yourself        |
Why
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l'l you   invoal   in   1
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. ini.l liiul yon miiBi In-
AKgn.TOli.iK, Isi.'lii-
Ahum t'lni-'.is.-  Those
uko up |hiii|i1i-    Evovy
in Kel mil ul lied lo |
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HAY FOR SALE
Upland   prairie, at   lowest'
market price.   NOW Is the
itme to buy for future use.
Address:   C.
E. POWERS.
Caylty, Alt*.
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BLY'S RESTAVRANT
A SV lilu Han's Establishment Run lor White Men and Ladies
"It comi-8 ns a hoou and a Mossing, yo ken.
lily's 12 o'clook lunel. for tho business men."
X Merchant's Lunch from 11:30 tu 2:00 daily, 25 cents. Short
f Orders at times. Parties, Balls, Banquets, Smokers,
| Weddings and other entertainments catered lor with or
without service. i
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Imperial Bank of Canada
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED
CAPITAL PAID UP
REST	
$10,000,000
$4,8*0,000
$4160,000
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on Deposits Irom date ol deposit
and CREDITED QUARTERLY.
Cranbrook Branch: J. F. M. PINKHAM, Mgr.
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READ THE HERALD THK   CUAJ.BUOOK   UKltALD
THIS will be one of the best
attractions ever presented
in Cranbrook, and those who
waot a few hours of pleasing
entertainment, should be sure to
secure tickets. They are on sale
by members of the Lodge, and f5
can be exchanged for Reserved
Seats at Beattie  & Atchison's.
"DAMON AND  PYTHIAS
Will be presented at the  New Opera House
FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 17th, 1908
For the Benefit of the
KNIGHTS   OF   PYTHIAS   OF   CRANBROOK
»
BytheSAIMFORD-DODGE COMPANY.
Don't Hiss this Oreat Attraction
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
HMD  OFFICII. 1 OKON III
I. t. WALKER, PtMldea.
AUX. LA1KD, General M_n*i-f r
A. B. IRELAND, Superinti.uit.nt ol
Brail.-..
isiAiii isiir.n imt
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000
Nest, - - - 5,000,000
Total Assets, - 113,000,000
Branches throughout Canada, and in Uio Hulled States and England
A GENERAL HANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
COMMERCIAL AND . ARMFH5- P.PKH DISCOUNTEDI
SAVINGS HANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits of $1 nml upwards received, und interest allowed at
cur iv ut rates. Thu depositor ia subject to no delay whataw la
the withdrawal of 0*e whole nr any portion of the iopotJU	
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ i   I.'. A. Cock has been in Nelson this,   11   you require a dinner or    toilet
* iivittk iittciitling a meeting of tbe cm*-  set here Is a rare opportunity. Forty
cutlve of the diocesan synod fol    tto new toilet sets and twenty-five   new I
| diocese ot Kootenay. [dinner sets just received.    20      per
cent discount on all china glass and -
eroekery. Sale begins Monday, Jan-;
nary 20th.—Kink Mercantile Co.
A FRIEND IN NEED!
A FIRE
INSURANCE
POLICY
For Rates, see
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
Real ..state
Insurance
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Cinderella Slu.es and Slippers arc Procurable Only
at ('.. I. Rogers' Shoe Shop
TlVO illlliiii'f. Ill  llllllli   li.i-- Week llll US"! t Weill. VllM-B
of SLIPPERS nml OXFOlil* SHOES Hint nre on iln-wny.
Wo iviuil {room fnr thiMIl mul niv foiim 'l'l. SEI.I, SLIP-
PER8 Poll IT I*' IKKN DWS Al' PRICES THAT
SHOULD INTER EST VOl' WE NEED ROOM. WE
NE ED MONEY    DON'T ASK TOH CREDIT,
$1,50 Women's DoiiroI.i Slippers for $1.10
1.85 Woiiien's Dongola Slippers for 1.25
1.75 Women's Dongola Slippers for 1.25
2.25 Women's Dongola Slippers for 1,50
2.50 Women's Dorgola Slippers for 1.65
2.75 Women's Dongola Slippers for 1.90
3.25 Women's Dongola Slippers for 2.10
3.50 Women's Dongola Slippers for 2.25
375 Women's Dongola Slippers for 2.75
2.75 Patent Slippers, French Heel 1.90
3.00 Patent Slipper, Cuban Heel for 2.00
3.50 Patent Slipper, Cuban Heel for 2.25
4.00 Patent  Slipper   French Heel 2.75
4.25 Patent Slipper, Cuban Heel for 3 10
5.00 American Made Slippers for 4.00
No olil stock lu-n-. Sunn- nf these slippers Imvcn't been in
stoi-k n nionlli We quote only thu prions. The Ql-AI-ITY
WE GUARANTEE,   I'nil in nn.l see the stylos.
G. T. Rogers
Knn.'v iiii.I Ktiiiilit flrotiurlwi
ihkI i rookery, Mlt.te, OIovn,
H h, SbiifKinid llottiory.
NEW ;
IEDISONTHEATRE;
(Vorraurij Went worth Hull)
Continuous Performances
MOVINU PICTURES- ILLUSTRATED<
SONUS
Womterfiil, Iiwtrwitlro- Bntertntn
PROGRAMME FOlt
;! Thursday, Friday and Saturday J
January ia, 17, is, vm
1. Overture,  Prof.  Mellenry.
2. Caught in a Trap.
3. Acadian Elopment.
4. Song by (i. ti. Sullivan,',
"We Have Been Chuius for J
Fifty Years."
5. Ragic Falls, Salmon  Fish-*
ing, Scotland.
G.   Buying a Ladder  (Funny.) ^
PROGRAMME FOR
Monday, Tuesday and Wcd'y 3
JANUARY 20, 21, 22,1908
1. Overture, Prof. McHenrv.
2. Bothered Bathers. J
.1.   Western Justice *
(Very Realistic) \
4. Song hy G. Sullivan, ''I'm
Got My Fingers Crossed, i
You Can't Touch Me."
5. Victoria Falls, Zambesi J
River.
fi.   Chinaman Visits London.
7.   Poor Little Pig.
Doom open 7-'l>).   i 'omtneticu 7 l fi
Three Sho wh ever? niffht i-xct-iil w.-.
nMtln.V nml Kriilny, wboii there
* * Remrmber-Complete Ctinttxe uf Pro- ?
xramint. every Monday and Thursday- X
i . AdmlHloo - Adulm. 15c; Children. Wc #
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H. Sleeves, of Frank, was in
Crnnbrook between trains today.
Harken yo my people: There will bo
doing's soon.
There are no sick benefits, for a
members of the I). O. K. K. never
gets sick(
Yeast cakes will not be taken in
lieu ol ten talents—Tyros must raise
iln* dough some other wny.
A Gigantic Sale—The Fink Mercantile Co. aro putting their entire
stock of crockery, ehina and glassware on sale at a discount ol 20
per cent off. Sale begins Monday,
January 20th and ends Saturday,
February 1st. All new aud desirable
goods.
As un amateur taxidermist Frank
liitnii, the despatcher, is hard to
beat. This week he finished setting
ii]i the head of a fine black-tailed
buck shot by James Bates on December 14tli. The head hangs in tbe
Cranbrook hotel and has been very
much admired bv all wlio have seen
it.
Don't forget the fancy dress carnival at the skating rink, on Monday evening, under the auspices ot
the Cranbrook citv band. Valuable
prizes arc offered for the best costumes and a' good time is assured to
everyone   who    attends.     The mem
' Iters' of tho Cranhrook band are dotting your keyhole with you, foi i„g „n in their power to raise funds
the hours will be early on both ends jur tho purpose ot improving them-
of the session. Tyros must not tie SBiVCs by retaining the services ol
their shoe-strings in hard knots not Mr. Austin. The band is one of the
cross their legs. 'most worthy institutions in ihe city
Don't kick—the camel wilt do that, and should have the hearty support
Don't get scared, when you think ,,[ Wiry citizen.
vour time has come, even if it has. { The Mellenry orchestra dance, held
We furnish flowers before and alter, last night at the Edison theater,
If you don't get all that you think was most enjoyable. There were
is coming to you, just whisper to enough there to make dancing a
Mokhamia and he will give it to pleasure, but -not enough to ovcr-
vou. crowd the lloor.     To dancers    there
' Don't ask what will be done, you ■* n peculiar charm in tho music roll-
will know soon enough. You need !*0™..>?.J*6 Mellenry orchestra; the
not say "if you please" and "thank
you."    You'r welcome lo all that is
coming to you. .
WANTED—Position as camp cook. ,
Address Leslie Payn, Cranbrook, li.'
C. 42    ,
MIGHTON'S
CIGAR STORE
FINEST
PIPES
S. J. MIGHTON
pcrlcct time, tlm swinging ryllini mul
tlio variety ol ellects pruiTuccd liy tlie
drums nnil traps make it all Unit is
good for dance music.
A. 1:3. Bookwalter, who lias lici-n
connected - with the Marysvil.c smelter lor some years, lias severed his
Mrs. P. McMahou, who has been ' connection with that institution to
spending the holidays witli Iter accept a position with the Federal
mother, Mrs. Soper, ol Marysville, .Mining company at Wallace, Idaho.
wns in Cranlirook yesterday on her -rh*. provincial government has iu-
wuy home to Calilornla. creased the bounty on panthers and
The less you know, the wiser you "'-'•■j"- 'tuJ» '••'" -" "''•"."■ ™s
are. Be on time, the journey is long >'-ls h™1! *to"~ *_»*-<"» '' has . heen
and hot, and you will want'to get represented to the government that
across before sunrise. Tyros will I'-""1? drer a."' young grouse, both
not lie allowed to take tin- degree '."! •"' mainland and on Vancouver
mole than once. ,lsli""1    arc suffering severe y      Irom
I .he ravages ol these animals.
Tlie wry best ot oyldeucc that 111.: s.lIlfotd Do-gt, Mlss Louise Mat.
tmancial situation is improving is sha|, aml tlie rest of the eompany
contained the annouccment that the dcllghtcd two u_dienccs during
Bank o England and the Bank o cbtf.im* week witb „„ .-Merchant
1 ranee arc reducing their rates o!, „, Veniw" alld ..Romco „„, Jullet."
"'"ount. On   Friday   night the same    clever
WANTED—A     furnished    bedroom' company present "Damon and    Py-
j Apply X. Y. I,., care Herald       11-5.   thias," under the auspices of       the
Knights ol Pythias of this luwu.
Tins is a treat that no one whu
All goods   marked in plain figures.
A glassware sale.-Fink Mercantile *5j*MKSd°IT\&
' ,., „ _      ,     ..   "''''":„ | may be obtained Irom any K. ot   P.
El Mabarrai Temple, .No. a_, 1)0.' in tt,c dty and exchanged for rcsctv-
,• K-', "'.',' .7"^ '?     . ''"" M's'i1""  "I scats at Beattie it Atchison's,
in Castle  Hall, Oasis of Uruuiiioi
j Plains of St. Marys's, Desert of
East Kootenay, February Mud, at s
p.m. sharp, for the fixed purpose ol
feeding a band ol hungry Tigers,
with a lot of tender and toothsome
Tyros.
P. Navin, of Moose Jaw, Sask.,
i one time a resident ol Cranbrook, was taken very ill tliis week,
LOCAL   NOTES
PICKED  HP     AHUIT    TOE  CITY
BY ASKINC1 QUESTIONS OF
MANY  PEOPLE.
is iu town
Slei-lr,
tlie  Do-
C. 1). McNal|b, ol Waldo
today.
Robort Li. tie, ol Fori
in the city this afternoon
F. II. Smith,   auditor
minion   Express   company,  was       in
Cranbrook yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. McVlttio, of
Fort Steele, are in Cranlirook today.
Mr. ninl    Mrs. M. Mclnnos, of Elk-
mouth, uie spending n lew days    In
Cranbrook.
Kindly Words to Tyros:
Put your ears to llie gi„tin'l    .mil
you'll iiear all omnious rumble
Mi.klianna says Zein /.em's well is
lull and no caravans have passed
lor many moons.
Now that election is over, let's all
shake hands and be friends again, lur
another vear at least.
"Damon and Pythias" is a beautiful play, illustrating ono ol the
grandest qualities possessed by humanity : Man's love lor his fellow
man. Sanlord Dodge bas been putting on tbis play lor many years and
is credited by both press and public
with putting it on in a way seldom
..•quailed. Get your tickets early
, ,     ,     ,.        .,-      ,   ,,   ..   ,.- from any   K.    ol P.   and exchange
"a t'r ttnHr'i„i, 7' ,' -h-HS «»» lor reserved seats at Beattie A:
md her husband lelt at once fur that  \.._ie-,„'_
.;,..   ,« »...  ,...   »!,_ k__l   _ia..   .., *>,.. I '* iwiiauu o.
thel
to be by tlie bed side of       ....       ... 	
nafjent i   1' there is one man in    Cranbrook
'„■    !_. it. -.«.,_..      v i ii,   who takes an    interest in everything
Wc need he money. Vou nod the that m„iai tu Ctan,ironk.s „..nar°
goods. Avail yoursell of this op-1 u tfe wel, f cranbrook's in-
portunity. to stock    up at n anulno- atitutlons. it „ Dr. m\.    The Cran-
ibirstv
was
Cran-
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Mokhanna and his hand ot brigands report lb Tyros, as tin- result
of the lirst command.
Therefore,   listen  all
Arabs of El Mabarraz:
B. V. Eckstein, of Feruie,
transacting legal business in
brook on Tuesday.
The British Columbia legislative
assembly convenes today at Victoria.
Nils Hanson, governor of Wasa,
is in Cranbrook today.
Ex.-Mayor Finlay Is in Spokane at-
I tending a meeting of the Sullivan
.Group Mining company.
WANTED-To hire a one horse
cutter for two or three mouths)
new or second hand Apply Dukcluw
& Sons, City. 43-U
, r°n ECS' „™v ?? !J'*t:1>™li city band is one ol the ducto"
' i"fhT\ SSI???     l".        '-" 'hobbles.    Early and late he is boost-
M , i"v    er^,.\l ~mh'       "" beeln*m the band in some way or anoth-
Monday, January SOth. „?    Sumetlmes he ls bu8'tiing      ,or
Twelve Doukhobors, clothed in players for this instrument or that,
holiness, paraded the streets ol Fort at other times he Is around selling
William on January 2. II this tickets lor one uf the hands enter-
happened in Cranlirook the "Old tainments, but he is always doing
Man" would turn It Into a boost lor something to make the band a credit
climate ol the "banana" belt.- to Cranbrook.
l-'emio Free Press. I   A   ,,  Nlcholsulli Ull, crothcr's mill
To those  who appreciate a inagnl- _urrcspondent    ol    the     Cranlirook
lieen. moral drama well acted      and Herald, paid the Horald oflme ., ,.
with good scenic cflects, the coming sa„t call this morning,
ol   Sanford   Dodge and his     clever;   .,   ,
company, Including Miss Marshall! Engineer Gill is confined to his
in "Damon and Pythias" tomorrow roi.tn owing to an accident which I,c-
(Friday) evening will be a great ','!, him at Sirdar last Monday. Mr.
treat. It ls not often that, in. a "•■" w,» tbl,,,,1r ""SY ,iet,!'"t''; «"
western town, so great a play can 5«"?' I1"l'~ I""1' "™*s that Mr.
bo seen so well acted and so well '"n wi" mak<! » ~Pred>' recovery.
put on as Is promised by the San-, Mr. and Mrs. A. Leitch have gone
lord Dodge company. to    Spokane    and    Victoria.    Mr.
On Friday night the Sanlord Dodge Leltch has some business at the capl-
company will present "Damon    and tal city that may keep him   then-   a
Pythias," at the new opera    house, week ur more.
under    the auspices of   the Knights    "Damon and Pythias"  i„ in-
of Pythias.    Mr. Dodge Is at      his „,,„„ wmdl t|,c or(ii.r o( ,i„. Knighls
very best in this play and every K. „, pyty,, js founded and is prcscni-
ul P. should not only be present   at t.,| on     KrWay „ighi meet nlc. 0us-
lliis   himself, but   should induce    as 1)jci.s   ol    (jrcscent   Lodge,   No. 83,
many of his friends as possible to be M on Wednesday morning with
.here too. I Knights of Pythias, Cranbrook.
Wo seek your business only on the ... . ,,.-hl.,.„ ..„ «,k„n ,uiu..n|..
basis ol mutual interest-let conipari-L,  / J-. -U™vore    attack    of nne
^m\fm**t-ZZ^m  "^      **    ^J^  »W       ^
„ . ?„° V°!:T,, Sl« " nesday alternoon Mr. Atchison was
Irom Monday, January 20th till Sa- t „ t ..* th „ js .
turday, Fohruary  Isl—link Mercnn-L.  "■  ■       ...       '
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* SPECIALS FOR THIS WEHK
UT  BURNS  BROTHERS
Ladies' Wool Vests and Drawers
Wo luivo nboul livo dozen txlil nnmbors. worth "•",- to 96c
To Clear at 60c a Garment
\ White Lawn Waists
* Sow is your limo to save money.   Our $1.25 quality ♦.
Now 85c'                                ii
Ladies' Tweed Coats
♦ Onlv four lelt, were sold nt *10..">0 and Sl-J.."iU
♦ Now S6.15
* Don't Miss This Chance
Furs
Wo li.-uv n'.iinirki'il tbo remainder of our sloek of l.n lies'
Xi-.-iilris and Stoles lo uluiost HALF PRICE
Children's Boots
About 18 Pairs to go at 75c.   Were $1.00 lo SI.25
BURNS    BROTHERS
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We had a little trouble with a man the other day over
his account.   He finally paid it with the remark:
"lake it.    It's the last cent I will ever
spend with you except for Prescriptions -
and Drugs."
Naturally wc are flattered.
tt.«_A_!,
Always the Best
MtmMAMAN
1
. -.11
,- people think eye glawes are injurious
■-.- \, ii.-i. once worn a per_on becomei
.niitiiituti Ihem. The truth i.a propeilv
.1 imii olglanes REMOVE THE STRAIN
. i i..- eves i lien-fore no lime .liool.l 1-,- lost
flirillnir thin relief. WE GUARANTEE
lir.llil.l--. VISON. NO GUESSWORK
sou
tislied.
cover.
to believe that he will
Mrs. Atchison returned Irom
.int
J'-
tile Co.
FOR    SALE-Purc bred Plymouth' uthbridgc'on Wednesday accompanied
Uock chickens; eggs lor hatching   in ,,., ni,r sjst(.r  Miss Et|,B| McKay.
R?."C... *Yl S\'\   «'alter Laing has sold out Ins   in
Marysville, B. C. 42-t    \UlesU    in ^ barber ^     w
In reply to many inquiries the McDonald
secretary ol the Farmer's Institute,
wishes to state that arrangements
have not been made with the. "Old
Man" to read a paper ou banana
culture. When such arrangements' The reserve over certain lands in
are made ample notice will be   giv- the Flathead Valley has been cancel-
RESERVE CANCELLED
led by the government.
im W.       F.      T A T  £
if '"''   '' " " THE   JEWELER."
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x Get Your 1908 Diarr
If yon bare uuv -i- kept a diary, why nol start on Jan, 1st und
ki-up n record of the daily events durin,} the your. It lakes
very little time onoli night In-fore n.-tiriiiK to jo. down the
principal happenings of tlm duy, and it's a great pleasure ut
tli.* end of tin- year to look the book over. Sometimes reconls
of tliis kind prove of great value.
I-.I if .how .vnu nur line line ... ItHIS DUuin
11.,v.- tiiom i.i nil prices, lr..m noc ta l_.*.'
CHAS.E.REID(&CO.
lirnilii.-itcil Druggists Phone 74 10K UttAN BROOK   IIKIlAI-O
HII
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News of the District
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Crow's Nest Lakex *******************-*•*
ELKO AND TOBAC
Cranbrook Sash and
Door Company
I .in.l- ..I
hand .
When You
Comet..the Metropolis stay at the
Palace Hotel
Stephens.* Rockcllilorl
Proprietors
Opposite C. P. R.
Station
$1.00   PER   DAY
Calgary, Alta.
pailionla
OOOD BROS. I
Crows N.--I, li. 1 ■ ♦
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I       CO PLAINS
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(From our own correspondent)
Miss Alice Phillipps, ol Friiiilauds
was ;
.o work in Hie bush. Sunn- "I Iheir
mills closed early in tin- fall. but
they evidently aiilieipate a busy season next vear.
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WARDNER i
Elko visitor this week.
.IOC MARATOUI
SHOE SHOP
Repairing a Speoialtj
.ikr-ns Block, Cranhrook
...The...
Two Jims
IV ben lllopeop
,- ,.i 1-
Knotelliiv go .0
Spok
tlioy should  i«
-lilt
visit the
Dell Dick Bar
SI2 Mill Sired
Opposite Victoria Hotel
James Neil & James tialbrailh
Proprietors
'I'll,. 11,-st of Wines and Cigars
II. J  Mullonrv,
McHENRY'S
ORCHESTRA
PIANO AM' DRUMS
High-Clan
Open li
Dunce Mn-
Always
Out of town
moms.
linen:
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pgritni'.v riiiw-
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toy wot* c.iii
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in hi full pfflllm
Him year of T
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McVittie & Laidlaw,
Mining Engineers
and Surveyors.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
J. T. LAIIJI.AW, M.E.
THOS. T. MoVITTIE, P.1..S.
.1.   W.   lUTI.KIM'i:
VBITONAItV SUPIIfON
iiu luate .a Onlatio Vnleriiiai-y
College, Toronlo, in 1SIIS.
ili-iiiliiule nn.l M1-.lulli.-1 "i
Mi-Killlp's Veterinary Collepe,
Olil.au... I" I'-"1"-
Sine years' expurlL-nee in
Vetoi'iiinry prneUce in MaiiHolw.
IIH.K al Cri .briNlk Hold.
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i:Handley Livery and;
Feed Stables
THE I.EST
(1000  l-ol
is MiXI-: Tun
CRAXI1IK10K
I.NI.KAVOII TO FUUNISH ,
nn-: BEST
Kits. Hiding  Horses  and
Pack Horses for any
part ni the
District
WE. WANT TO SATISFY   YOU
BAXTER  & l-ANQIN
W. II. Realty, t
Granbrook H.C,
moral Hire
Phon«
rt.ir
No, 89
(ieo. R. Leask & Co
BUILDERS and
CONTRACTORS
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF CRANBROOK
feXTKACT     FHOM    POUND    AND
DOO TAX BY-LAW.
No person shall allow anv horse,
mule, bull, ox, coiv, sheep, goal, pig
or other cattle or poultry In run al
large within tbe eily, otherwise the
*_me may. bo Impounded ami the owner tlmeol Is liable lot damages caus-
•'• ■    ,
Any person may impound an animal
found running at large. Tl.e line Ml
the poundkti-iier lor every animal is
as follows:
Stallions, (5.00.
.lite horses, mares, geldings, fillies or mules, 11.00 each.
Bull, 15.00.
Cow or other kind of cattle, U 00.
Boar pig, 14.00.    .
Pig, sheep or goat, 11,00,
Fowl, 25 cents.
The poundkeeper may also collect
$1.00 for impounding any animal a-nd
28 cents lor impounding any fowl,
and for feed may charge as follows:
Fowl and geese 25 cents per diem.
If the animals are not redeemed the
poundkeeper will proceed to sell.
Iters shall he a tax on all dogs of
11.75 and on all bitches (5.00.
lt Is the duty ol the owner ol dogs
to procure a tag Irom the City Clerk,
otherwise the dogs will '--■ iminuinded
and unless redeemed will be sold or
destroyed. Tags-must he placed on
dog's collar so as I., be plainly seen.
In addition to the above charges,
any person guilty of an infraction ol
thp by-law is liable to a penalty ol
JlW.no am. costs or two months Imprisonment
tit Th q  u
M   Huberts.
toberts.
City Clerk.
Uur woik i. om atlvertiseinenl, but w<
put this n.l in llin ll.Mi.i.l to
emphasise it.
CRANBROOK, H. C.
Near Lower -.1'iiu-trotitf Avenue
TELEPHONE IU
TIMOTHY
.\ND PRAIRIE
HAY
-ALSO-
OATS
l\  CARLOAD  LOTS
FOR SALE BY
HEriBLINQ & RUBY
DIPSIU'RY,   M.I1ERTA.
Peed For Sale
VI. s.
urned
.pending
friends .,
lialcii.11
Creok.
'•Dead
Ihey n.i
would ha
all right.,
.Id ..ml
I lmve choice rpliiml l'l
und
Timothy
Also
Oats, Wheat and Feed
to ofi'er in oar lots.    Deliverei
prices on application.
McEwen and F. Church   to-
fr..m Tobacco Plains    alter
Sew      Yiar'::     day  With
1  Roosvilie, besides visiting
Eureka    and Pine Apple
Mr.     McEneu   says tbat
Easy" (tbe celebrated pacer
k ii'i-th them for the races)
,-    won   the Plains derby
but the day   was a little
Ins tail got troze to     his
bell)  hand and -be lost bis gait.
/.ell,,I- .. l.u-bhs, oi the Coal
SpiiiiRs Slock Ranch, are breaking
iu sonic tine running stock for lbe
Cranhrook races. Some of them
have pedigrees as.long as an anniversary sermon and everv one ol them
is iii tiie pink ol condition.
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(From our own correspondent)
Mr. and   .Mis. I'   Lund an,I      Miss
Edith     Lund   nUcuilcd   the lumbermen's meetiug .in.l    hall
Craubrook ..11  III.' elcllill
January 10th, iirtlving .
day eveiiing.
given
Friday,
Sun-
F.
i:. Simpson, 1-he "Old Man'
uus the Cranbrook Herald, paid
a short visit to Elko this week
when No. .. armed the other inorn-
iug. Hi- got o«, picked u bouquet
onl nl .loe Austin's flower garden
ami t lien got on the ITain again and
wenl to ('ranbrook.
Miss Itessle K, Dorkendort, the
popular young lady who has charge
ol the school at Waldo, was in Elko
Ibis week entertaining friends from
ilie far oast.
Mr. Skilberk arrived iu Elko this
week Irom Scarbro, Yorkshire, near
England, on a visit to his brother
Mr. II. Skilbeck, Strawberry Flats.
There are a whole lot of men who
imagine that they know all about the
financial question because they ballpen to know a man who lives next
do..i' to a bank.
Joseph Austin, our popular agent,
arrived in town Irom Winnipeg,
bringing a long haired cook along
witli liim. Everybody in Blko extends 11 hearty welcome to the
bride and wishes Ihem both a prosperous and happv married life. Dur-
iin: Mr. Austin's absence his position
was lilleil by one ol the shareholders
of the road, aud all the work that
Could he kept over was certainly
kept ..ver and since genial Joe returned he has been busier lhan a one-
eyiil boy at a three ring circus The
oilier night, between -2 mut :.ii
o'clock lie was sitting at the desk
flipping the tissues when four hungry
looking lumberjacks were hiking down
ilie track to Fernie, when otic of
ihem jumped on Ihe platform, walked
over and tapped on .lie window and
in a voice like an lixo splitting wood
said: Despatcher, report four empties
going east.
Miss Ailccli Laird, one of the. society belle's of Cavendish, Prince Edward Island, arrived in Elko this
week. After visiting Kootenay river
points she will go to Nelson and look
over tlie alpine orchards, and then,
110 doubt, will return to Elko and
buy a good Iruit orohard on To.ic.ceo
Plains, where the big '..-.I apples
glow.
J. D. Pugh, of the Pugh A Livingston Lumber company, paid a
short vis.t tn the companj's plant
out at Rock creek, where the pines
ate clear and tall and the lumber free
irom knots.
W. C. Leaccv, provincial constai,'- \
returned Irom the coast where he had
been taking prisoners to New Westminster. On arrival at Reielstoke
and hoarding the main line train
witli au appetite you couldn't it-i-p
down with a shot -gun, he entered the
dining car and was refused a meal
liecause he had prisoners. Ou bis
return he was allowed to sit down.
Not a bad looking fellow ain't our
Mill when he feels O. K. He ordered
Iwn fried eggs, siinnyside up. "Can't
nil that order, sir," said the brass
buttoned flunky. "You can't," says
Iiill. "charging a dollar per meal I
thought the mighty C. P. It. had a
comer on the universe." "Yes,
sir. hut the road is so gos-ii darned
rough when the chef tries lo fry eggs
they turn on. omelettes.
F. J. Watson, the popular
estate man ol Fernie, was an
visitor Ihis week.
real
Elko
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(From the Fertile Free Press.)
Hosmer citizens are clamoring lor
.1 bank.
J. F. Armstrong, assistant commissioner of lands aud works at
Cranbrook, whs in Fernie on Wednesday.
Judge   Wilson   is striking    tern
into    the  hearts of the petly    lawbreakers.
Many local Knights ol Pythias will
loiirtiey to Craubrook on February
2nd, to take the D. O. K. K.
A peculiar coincidence was remarked at .he county courl on Tuesday. Judge Wilson presided, while a
witness named Wilson gave, evidence
against, a prisoner named Wilson.
The latter will spend three years in
iiu- penitentiary tot petty thel...
The many friends ot It. W. Wood
uili ho delighted to learn .but be is
rapidly recovering Irom his recent
M'l-ere Illness.
Cnlgary   papers   report   Ihal
inesentatives    ot at least two    big
lumbering concerns in Cranbrook ill
trict hove been In that c|ty In    tbe
.Mi. It. II llohiirl.
his week ou liusiiiess.
is   111
Spokane
Rev. Mr.  .Vlnlcrs, ,.
.reached on    S1unl.11
.he Wanlnoi school 1.0
and appreciative congi
Winters will tli   \ .1
Fol
ISO,   1
iold
atcdo,
;:   I.l   1, II
.  a   I.il 41
11      Mr
1). weokl)
services in ibis place.
on Momlay morning, January llllli.
diitightoi wns limn .ii ilif home «»i
Mr. ami Mrs. Jim Brown, I nlon
hotel.
Mrs. Haywood, wlm lias heen suffering from a very Kovere alisci-SB, is
iih-e 10 lie ai.iiiutl again
Mr. T- (iiifini'V spi'iii a few ' days
uf lust week in MurysvtUo ami Kimberley tm hUBlnesB, returning on
Friday evening-
Mr. ll. 11.
Confederation
pany, called
Mondny last,
Ogilpn,
Life  Assurance
mi friends her
nliiig tin
Mr. Klwell. of Cranhrook, wn
visitor in town mi Monday.
Mr. William Tin
comer on Tuesda;
■lint  left
moriilm
Many people fail because they have
their 'wishbone where Iheir Imclchone
ought to be.
Mrs, Carson, nurse, leil 1..1    C
aii-
brook on Tuesday last, after spelli
mg
a couple of weeks at the home
ol
Mr. anil Mrs. James Smith.
RAILWAY OFFICIAL MEET IN
MEDICINE HAI
■Medicine    Hat  News.)
The annual meeting of ihe superintendents, trainmasters, roadmasters,
nridge masters, divisional engineers,
master mechanics, iissistaut master
mvchiiiiics uud chief desnatehcts ol
the western division of Mie C, l*. tt.
was held in Medicine Mat on Tuesday
and Wednesday. There were about
forty officials in attendance. Tin*
western division is bounded on the
east liy Broadview and ou ihe west
oy 1-aggaii, on lhe nortli hy Strathcona and on the soulh liy Kootennj
Landing.
General Superintendent Price, of
Cafgary, who has just completed a
tour of inspection, presided al the
meeting .uul at the opening session
stated tlial in calling llie officials together it was thought tin: discussion
would he iu the Interest of the whole
service and of benefit to each .uie.
experience taught that when .1 number of men iiilerested in the same object got together and exchanged
views mutual advantage always resulted. Tlie deliberations in this
case would extend over two days.
One subject after another would be
taken up. No papers were t<> be
read, hut a number of items of local
And general interest would como before the members. Where the sti.-
Ject was only of local inieivsi ....
er meetings of those directly concerned would he held. In dosing nis
remarks, Mr. Price stated he wished
all in attendance to feel thnt the)
were meeting as men on a eonirni n
level with the one object in view and
urged that no reticence l.e observed
on account of the presence t.i the
superintendents.
Heinle discussing any
general superintendent
Mayor Cousins, who wa
extend a welcome, ncco
Alderman Forstcr.
The mayor, on behalf
/ens, expressed his plea sin*
so many officials in ihe niv
trusted that a pleasant ami profitable,
meeting would be held, lie drew
attention to the great advantages in
the mailer of weather and natural
gas which Medicine Mat possessed
over all other points in ihe wesi and
asked (or the consideration of these
facts when the members were deliberating on the question of recommending a location for the railway
importance of railway assistance in
shops. Tlie residen'ls realized the
developing cities ami Medicine Hut
was very anxious lo do anything in
its power io secure consideration. An
invitation was extended ihe members
to make use of lhe privileges of   the
Cypress club and the freed f   ihe
city was extended to Ihem.
Superintendent Price, on behalf of
the officials present, thanked the
city for its courtesy in placing su
beautiful a room as lhe council
chamber at their disposal. He also
thanked the mayor for his kind words
and and intimated that lhe officials
fullv appreciate*! lhe advantages offered hy Medicine Hat, ils eentml
location in the division being one of
the main reasons for selecting the
city as the point at which to hold
the meeting. The beautiful weather
fnr which Medicine Hat was noted
was already contributing not a little
to lhe pleasure of those present, as
it was a gicai relief lo be able to
shell coonskin coats and go out and
enjoy the bright sunshine.
Amongst those who were iu attendance at the meeting were A. Price,
general superlntendeni wesleru division, Calgary; Orant Hall, superintendent western lines, Winnipeg;
A. S. Hroiiks, chief engineer, Cal-
ffary; (}. Krickson, superintendent,
Cranbrook, .1. R. McNabb, trainmaster, Cranhrook; .1. S. Ilossitor, resident engineer, Cranbrook; J. II.
Scott, cbief despatcher, Cranbrook,
G. Olasford, district master mechah-
si
beet     (lit
iiiliodutvd
s
present  li
III
muled    bv
I
f the titi-
til
111 seeing
Ur   u_,tf_~...  i'_.i trier nave neen iu wwx cuy 111    me -**. ■...in.-.iinu, mauii-i. in«sa-. ...™..»..-
. I. no ff mail, Calgary . last few days looking for mm to go lc,    Cranbrook; K. Lahorne,    Cran-
nk; Jas. Urownloe, superintendent,
Moose Jaw; II. R. Simms, resident
engineer, Moose Jaw; J, B. Me-
Taggari, bridge and building foreman, Moose Jaw; J. Niblock, superintendent, Calgary; T. \V. Alexander,
resident engineer, Calgary; Ch Bell,
coadnmster, Ited Deer; C. 10. Mans*
held, car despatcher, Calgary; J.
Halstcad, general freight agent western division, Calgary; W. It. Harris,
freight agent western division, Calgary; T. Bradsliaw, roadinaster, Calgary tt Mchinty, bridtt1. and building foreman, Calgary; S. Martin, re-
sideni engineer, Calgary; J, C Car-
dell, fuel Inspector, Calgary; w. K.
Woodboiisi', master mechanic, Tainan .
LUMBERMEN MEET
THEY HELD A BUSINESS MEETING AT NELSON LAST WEEK
a convention of lumborincti took
place on Kriday last ut Nelson.
There were lumbermen from the
coast, iiu- Northwest provinces aud
a large number Horn the interior of
Hritish Columbia. They met ut
ibe conn house lu discuss the business, which brought men from Moose
Jaw and Uoglna to confer .wiih men
Irom the flows Nest Pass, the
coast and other parts of the province, President Lund, of Wardner
opened the meeting at !i a.m. Air,
Lund congratulated thu association
on ibe lively interest, lhat Was being taken as shown by lhe large at
tendance. He was optimistic as U
tlie future and was not of the opinion
thai tlie conditions of last year were
likely in prove permanent, Thi
port of the secretary then followed
up..11 the work of the past vear. it
is not likely that there will be any
material alteration in prices, hut it
is probable lhat there may be suiue
alterations in the way ol equalization.
• The election of officers resulted it
tbe re-election of P. Lund as president and A. Anstle as secretary,
while Otto Laclimund succeeded T,
Lndgate as vice-president.
Al .'1 o'clock in ihe afternoon tho
meeting was thrown open lo ,\\\ in
terested in forestry and short addresses were given by T. K. Potersoli
and Hi. Judsou Clark, which was
fpllowed by a debate on llie questions
iiroiiglit before the assemblage.
Tlm ball given by the olllcers ami
members of the association in the
evening at lhe Alice rink is generally
agreed to have been lhe best event
..I lhe kind that has ever occurred
in Nelson. There were between 2110
ami 3U0 people present. Tht; room
was tastefully bung witli pink drap-
ings, edged' with n thin lino of
greenery here and there, and curtains
being sel oil' with pictures and mirrors against lhe walls. Overhead
the beams of the roof were clothed iu
festoons of delicate pink nnd iu the
ceiling, drawm up from ibe lloor,
welt- ensconced Curtis' orchestra. A
very pretty ball programme was arranged and the music was tuneful so
tiuit iio man able to dance Was able
lo keep off lhe lloor. Downstairs
the arrangements wero in tlie hands
of Belleville Tompkins of the Hume
hotel as far as lhe supper was concerned. The table was tastefully
decorated with fruit and chrysanthemums ami the menu did justice to
lhe gastronomic abilities of the well
known caterer.
In another room were arranged
taWles for bridge whist which, however, were generally vacant, the lumbermen being too far gallant a crowd
lo desert the ladies.
In spite of responses to many encores, and of tho insertion of many
extras the regular programme came
tti an end about ,'t a.m. Just before
the last waltz a stenionran \o-..
from ihe orchestra's cage announced-
"After ilie regular programme there
will be sixteen extras, more or less,"
.in announcement which was recmd
wilh laughter and applause.
Then an immense ring was formed
and with bauds lucked the dancers
sau- "Auld Lang Svue." W. A.
Macdonald called for "Throe oheers
fm the lumbermen," which were giv-
.'ii wilh a will. President P. Lund
replied with ''Three cheers for Nelson," and Jos. Deschamos led with
"Thev Are Jolly (iood Fellows."
Then lhe "sixieen extras, more or
less," began. During an interval
Messrs. P. Lund and A. Leitch tendered the sincere thanks of the lumbermen to Mrs. Macdonald for her
extreme kindness in superintending
lhe decoration of the hall and for
the great assistance she gave the
secretarv, Mr. Anstle '
Ihe ball.
Between I and 5 1
reluctantly look tl-.-ii
was unanimously vote
ever glvi i. iii Nelson,
tenay contingent that
convention   were: I-;,
FELL   DOWN   STAIRS   WITH   CHILD
Tbe fallowing testiiuoiinl piove* once agam the anperioiity of
"Naturr'-t Hr-tUug Halm." Zam-tuk Mn, I.. Spalding ol 505 loe
*-. . Mi..ii.ir.i, um., iay»i "Some 'imt back I met wi h ■» pecnlim
accldt.111 while dcuendine the blabs willi .1 child
in my aim>. I ilipped, falHtig heavil) un m) lefl
aim anil elbow, receiving 0 flesh wouml. My arm
was iuflnraed, swollen nnd my painful. 1 Uled
different preiiamilons, but lhe wound kept tli.--
charging and refused lo heal. Abuut this time ni)
brother wugeslctl using /nm-lluk. I acled upon
his mlv.iv. /on Ht.k thoroughly cleaned the
wound, ii'-ti'iil .ill discharging nnd toothed the
pain and in lour weeks ihe wound wns nic.-ly
healed. I Imc had perfect use ol both elbow and
ana ever klnce nnd owe ihis H'""! 'lll'k '" l'u
wonderiul healing balm /mn link nml would
ndvlieoihers to u« nothing rise." Zam Hukcuies
KM
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MUX HOME NEEDS 7~**
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*   FISHING TACKLE     lhat Will Catch Fish   IISHINii TACKLE j
X
organizing
■tn.  iln- guests
Ifiii- ol what
I 'In- liest ball
Tho Bast Kno-
alloiiili'il     tin.
I'liHi-rsini   uml
uili-. ,s. Taylor, I).    Ii. Duiinogi-, \.
I.ollch .mil will', A. K. Loltoh, O. A
UUcli, Miss M. M. Loltch, Jllss .1   l
l.iiikli. Miss I.. M. l_oltc,. .
Ilnl.i.|, C, li. ..li-Niiiii,, 11. 11.
l. Mollougal, 1''. 1'. I.iiHi.k
lliiynlmi. ... IV, Itiililiisnn,
Ailiil|ih. I). U. Vat.s, I'. l,iii„|,
Walts, i-. (I. H.nlg,.,. .lllrt
llynn.
I lui,-
Hoss.
.1. I,.
F. IV
A. E.
lames
FIRE AT MARYSVILLE
A nn- broke mil in Hi,, attic nl
Iln- Itoyal hotel ul Marvsville 011 Similar evening
about 7 o'clock anil before nm-filing
cinilil be done tin. whole huililing was
a lila/.e. l.y ilinl ol hard work the
lire was iireventcil Irom spreading to
Iln- adjacent biill.lings. Inn n,.. hotel
itsell was lotallv destroyed, Sunn-
ol the furniture ami most of Iln- nor-
s I clfeels ol tlie guests were saved. The building was llu- propel-Hot A. ('. Bowness of this city anil
was Insured. The furniture and
slock, the property „| lhc proprietor,
I-:. Sawyer, were also jiartiallv insured. Mr. Bowness heard of Ihe
lire by telephone at about, "..III and
Immediately lelt for Marysville, reluming to'('ranbrook early on Monday morning. I. is not vet known
whether the Koyal will be' rebuilt or
not.
THE ROOSVILLE CASH STORES
FRED ROO, Proprietor.
Hardware and Builder's Supplies,
Harness, Saddles and Fittings, Miners'
and Prospectors'Supplies, Dry Goods,
Gent's Furnishings, Groceries, Fruit,
Flour and Mill Stuffs, Raw Fur and
Produce.
The Largest Assortment ol Fishing Tackle sui.ablc
tor .he Distric. in B. C.
Indian Curios, Specimen Bit- Game 1 K-.iJs, and Souvenirs of The Greal West.
--*►-
A STORE WITH   A REPUTATION THAT
WILL  KEEP IT
HEADQUARTERS
ELKO, B. C.
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*  Phone 57 Head Office, Calgary Alia, f
HOTEL MEN AND LUMBER COMPANIES   \
Wo Imn. iln- Inn-si ilisplnj- nf Mints in
iln- Ki.iiti-iiii.vs. Como in anil see it,
wlii-ti wi.. will Lo |il...-isi-il In miote you
|irit'i.R. ivhit-li ive un- sum will pleasu
vim. i.or meals nro always fresh
nn.l sweel lu rut.
The Dominion Meat Company, Ltd.
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Pabst! Pabst! Pabst!
BEER
Jii-i recolveJ i CAR of PABST BOTTLED BEER
I'll,. BI-ER nf QUALITY.
cAL. McDERMOT
Wholesale Wines, Liquors and Cigars
CRANBROOK, B. C.       -       -       PHONE 17
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? \ .. . Manufacturer)! ol ! «.
Rough and Jre. sed    , |_
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LUriBER and
DiriENSIONS
Also all kinds ol
MOULDINU-.
MILLS Al
.liitl'ruy, liyini ami
Crmibrno!., B.C.
Mead Ull.ce, • Cnnhrook
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READY   MADE  CLOTHING
If ymi w.iii. (.In.hiui; Mini is "Iiill Kilgo" in iiiiiii,..
'Gilt E.l|(o" in m.turia!ami "0ill EiIro in mako,
call anil BPoo.tr NEW STOOK of Ready Made
Olotlilng.JUl.T HI..'I.IVI.I>.   All Union Made
Leask C& Henderson ii
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A. C.  Bowness
Wholesale Donler in
Wines. Liquors and Cigars
We make a specialty of giving prompt
attention to Mail Orders
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_ TIIK    CKANUI.OOK     II Kit A I. (»
TIIE BAND ENTERTAINMENT
a good house
brook eity bawl's
Tuesday evening,
scone went up the
tlio leadership of
;rectcd tint Cran-
cntcrtalnment on
When Mu! droii
eily band, under
1. " Austin, played
''(iod Save the King" nnd then pre
eecded to give a selection, ll was a
surprise to evoryono present to observe tlio wonderful t'miirovement the
bum) evidenced. It is now n band
t liat Cranbrook can be proud ol, unlike most amateur bauds, the reed
Instruments wero uot only wdll represented but well played also.
Hob Smith, "llie messenger ol
mirth," gave a number ol selections.
Some of them were good, nulahlv
"Tbat Old Sweetheart ol Mine,"
''When the Train Comes In" and
"doing Homo to Mother." Mr.
Smith would give a very passable en-
tcrluinnicnl in n church or small hall
tint in nu opera house he is lost. He
•i.is a pleasant southern drawl hut
is absolutely wltlioul originality.
The hand intends giving another on*
' ieidiiumeiii iu February, when the
build hoys themselvesi assisted by
local talent, will give the shuw and
it  will be a good oik*.
tt. II
Alberta,
of   l.estei
in   the
bod
I.
..- Hat,
Interests
Kolllns,
Kverv-
dlstrlct
A.   Rol-
thein
As litisl-
Cran
WENTWORTH     CI
HANDS
Corbel I, of Medicii
has houglvl .mt the
Clapp anil W.  A.
Wentworth bolel.
i Cralibroolt and tin
Lester Clapp and W.
Hus and all are sorry to sc
giving up the Wentworth.
ness Ilieil and as boosters fu
brook, In.Mi Mr. Clapp and Mr. Rollins have nu enviable reputation.
Keen business men, both of them,
ami they were always on the look
out to do something to help make
Craubrook bigger and better, lt is
: i be hoped that bolh of these
i Demon will remain in Cranbrook,
because Cranhrook needs men of
their caliber and can ill a (lord to
lose them. (if Mr. tt. II. Corbott,
the new proprietor ol the Wentworth, the llerahl learns nothing hut
good accounts. He comes from
Medicine Il.it well recommended as
ii business man and hotel keeper. He
is a pleasant gentleman to meet and
wifc! mako a place lor himself in the
life of Cranhroolc so soon as he
ciimes acquainted in this city.
NOTICE
In the matter of an application for
the issue ol a duplicate Certificate of
Title of part (5 acres) ot Lot 30,
Uroup One, in the District of Kootenay.
Nolice is hereby given that it is
my intention to issue at the expiration ol one month from the first publication hereof a duplicate Certificate
of Title of part (5 acres) of Lot 30,
Group One, in the District of Kootenay, in the name of Valentine Hyde
linker, which certificate is dated the
iil Mi of March, 1906, and numbered
51111 A.
"H. F. MacLeod,"
District Registrar.
Land Registry Office, Nelson, B.C.,
November 28th, 1907. 37-4t
be
A  SPLENDID EDITION
"'be Edmonton Printing A Publishing company has gotten out a splendid illustrated Christmas souvenir
edition. It is full of pictures ol
"Edmonton, the City Beautiful,
Capital of Allierta." ' Tbe letter
press is also of a very interest ing
nature. Among other things of interest to Cranbrook people, it contains a cut of the sloie of Ihe Capital Mercantile company, of which
firm our old townsman J. A. Nctter-
lit'l.l is a member.
NOTES FROM JAFFRAY
Mi, Andrew Rosin, who is having
a modern house built, will soon be
able to start keeping house in it.
Mr. Fred Pcnsou, who is overseeing
the carpenter work is rushing it.
Mr. S. A. Iuglis, C. P. R. agent
here, ami hit- wife returned from the
east Tuesday, where tbey spent two
months with their parents.
Mrs, Robert Aiken, who is visiting
iu the east, is very ill there with
pneumonia.
The tie makers
taking    advanlngi
er.
Mr. and    Mrs
occupled Mrs.     I
her   absence, havi
ue bus)  the:
day.
■eatb
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that thirty
days after date I Intend to apply to
tho Honorable Chief Commissioner of
Lands uml Works, uml to the Assistant Commissioner of lands & Works
for n liceuso to prospect for coal
uini petroleum on the following descrihed lands, situate on the North
Folk ol Michel (Meek, of South East
Kootenay Dislriel, », c.:
No l, Commencing at a post
planted at- the BOllth-west corner of
E. II. LeFrau/.'s claim, whose coal
license is No. 3311, same being 7the
nilial post of Hernice Helilen's
I.iim and marked "Hemtee Helilen's
south-east corner," tlience 80 chalm
west, thence KII chains north, thence
so chains east, thenco 80 chalnt
soulh to place of beginning, and containing about (llll acres.
Hernice Helden, Locator,
tt. li. Helden, Agent.
No 2. Commencing at n post
planted at the south-west corner of
l.ot 7033, same being tho initial post
of Ralston Huttcrfield's claim and
irked "Ralston Hutterfield's nortb-
st corner," thence 80 chains
soulh, thence 80 cliains west, thenco
80 chains north, thence 80 chain
east to place of beginning, and containing about (U0 acres. The object of
this location is to cover tbe Btrlp
lying between the Mclnnis property
and tho Crown Coal & Coke Company's properly.
Ralston Huttorfleld, Locator,
U. G. Belden, Agent.
No. 3. Commencing at a post
Planted at the south-west corner of
l.ot 7H33, same being the initial post
of Allen Hemphill's claim and marked "Allen Hemphill's south-east cornet," thence 80 chains north, thence
NU cliains west, thence 80 chains
south, thence 8(1 chains east, to place
■ if beginning and containing about
tilli acres. The object of this loca-
tlon is to rover tbe strip lying he-
Iv.een the Mclnnis property and the
Crown Coal & Coke Company's
property.
Allen Hemphill, Locator,
R. G. Helden, Agent.
Located Nov.  13th, 1907.        37-01
CRANHROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that John Glen, of
Fort Steele, B. C, Miner, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following descrihed land:
Commencing at the north-east corner of Lot 780, thence east 60
chains, south 27 chains, to Lot Sin
west 00 chains, north 27 chains to
point of commencement.
John Glen.
Dated November 16th, 1907.    37-01
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Lewis W. Patmore, of Cranbrook, H. C, occupation, Law Student, intends to apply
for a special timber license over the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
lhe siiutli-west corner of Timber License No. 10000; thence west -10
chains, more or less, to the east
boundary of Ltd 4501, thence north
In chains, more or less, to the south
boundary of Timher License No.
9812, thenre east -1ft chains, more or
less, to the west line of Timber License lOfiOO, thence south to the place
nf beginning.
Lewis W.  Patmore.
Hated   Nov.   10,   1907. 37-6t
NOTICE
NOTICI-:
Notice is hereby given that thirty
days after date 1, Mabel V. Laudcok,
wile of II. F. Landeck, occupation,
Railway Agent, ..f Qoloway. B, C,
intend to apply In the lion, the Chief
Commissioner ol Lands and Woiks
lor one special license to cut and
carry awav timher from the following described laud:
Commencing   at   a   pnsl    planted
about  7  miles west  ot  Ihe  Konlenay
RlVCC along the liiteiti.ilii.uat Hound-1
my,   marked      Mabel    V, Landeck's
south west   cornor,   ihenco east
Notice   is hereby given     tbat SO
days after date 1  intend to apply to
the Ilun. the Chief C om in i.is i oner of
Lands and  Works  for a special license to cut and
from the followin
CltANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
IHSTHICT (IK KOOTENAY
Commencing at a post markc
Henry F. Landeck's north-east Turner, at the north-east corner of Timber Limit 0314, thence nurlh 70
chains, to the north west cornor oi
Timber Limit G213, thence west Gt'
chiiins. to the smith-west coiner -*f
Timber Limit I* 1X5, thenco smith 40
chains to the south-east corner oi
Timber Limit 6215, Ibence west Hi)
chains, thence soutb 'id chains, thence
east 120 cha'iis to point of
mencement.
Henry F. Landeck,
K. W. Uults, Agent.
Gatoway, B, c,   November
1907.
Take notice  that    Arthur   Charles
Yeager, of  Movie, U. c, occupation,
Timber     Cruiser,    in tends    lo apply
any away timber for a special timber   llccuse ovei  Llu
described lands:      following described lands:
Coinmincing at a post planteil
32D chains north of the north-cast
comer of Timber License 0700, Ihence
north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence south Su chains, thence
east 80 chains to point of commencement,
Arthur Oharles Yeager,
Dated October 22ml,  1907.        85-6t
com-
30 Mi.
37-01
NOTICE
Notico is hereby given thai 'i-1
days after date, 1, Mabel V. Landeck,
wife of 11, F. Landeck, intend to
make application to the Hon. the
Chief Commissioner of Lands anil
Works for one special license to cut
and carry away timber fi.nn the following (Inscribed land:
Commencing at a post about 8
miles west of lhe Kootenay River,
along the International Boundui y,
marked Mabel V. Landeck's southwest corner, thence east 811 chains,
thence north 80 chains, theuce west
80 chains, thence south SO chains
to point of commencement.
Mabel V.  Landeck, Locator,
11   I. Landeck, Agent.
Daled at Gateway, H. C, Nov   ■
1907. 30-Gt
CRANBROOK   LAND   DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF EAST KOOTKNAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Tako notice thnt William Edwin
Stevenson, of Cranbrook, H. C, occupation, Millmnti, Intends to apply
for permission ly purchase lhe following descrihed land:
Commencing at a post planted adjacent and attached to and iu a
southerly direction Irom the snuth-
east corner post of Lot 7317; thence
south 00 chains, thence west 40
cliains, thence north 00 chains, thence
east 40 ehains to point of commencement, und containing 210 acres, mure
or less.
William Edwin Stevenson.
Dated October lOlh, 1007.        S3-9t
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice tbat Nazalro Roehon,
of Cranhrook, H. C, occupation, a
Lumberman, intends to apply for a
special limber license over ibe following described lands:
Commencing at a post planteil
about ono mile north of the International Boundary line, and U miles
east of C. P. R. Lot 4591,"ihence
west 80 chains, Ihence south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains tn the plfloe of commencement,, and containing UIO acres,
more or less.
Nazalro Roehon.
Dated October 28th, 1007. 3(i-Rt
eli.i
Ibeiici
llll'llt.
Dated
thenco
usl so
mull
'bain?;
chains,
thence south
nl  commence ■
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF SOUTH EAST KOOTENAY
Take notice that Ernest Pollard,
of Winnipeg, Man., occupation,
Clerk, intends to apply for permission to purchase ihe following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the soulh boundary nf John Crahan's
land (No. 7095) on the west, bank of
Elk Kiver. ahoul sixteen m'les north
of Michel; thence 28 chains soutb
moro or less, to north boundary ol
Loi 8452, thence east to Elk river
Ibence north following River to the
south boundary of Crahan's land,
tbenee west to point ol commencement, containing 70 acres, more    or
December
Mabel V
nib.
I an
Finest   Pollard,   Loi
James R.  Edmonds.
Dated   Nov.  Sth,   1907.
itor.
ii, At-cnt
37-9C
CRANHROOK  LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTKNAY
Take notice that- Arthur Charles
Yeager, of Moyie, H. C, occupation,
Timher Cruiser, intends to apply
for a special timber license over the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
t the northeast corner of Timber
L cense 11350, thenco west 00 cbains.
to L. Clapp's Timber License,
thence north 100 chains, thence east
GO chains, thence south 10G chains to
place of beginning.
Arthur Oharles Yeager.
Dated October 23rd,  1907,       3.'i-6t
CRANBROOK   LAND   DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   EAST   KOOTKNAY.
SOUTHERE DIVISION
CKANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTKNAY
Take notice tbat Arthur Charles
Yeager, of Moyie, H. C occupation,
Timber Ciuiscr, intends to apply
for a special timber license over !bc
following described lands:
Commencing ut a post planted
7.'. chains west and 120 chain.; north
of the north-west comer of Tim ei
License 0033. thence north 80 chains.
Ihence east SO chains, ihence south
SO chains, thence west 80 chains lu
nlai u ot commencement,
Arthur Oharles Yeager.
Hated'October 22ud, 1907.        35-01
CRANHROOK   LAND   DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTKNAY
Take notice that Arthur Charles
Yeager, of Moyie, B. ti., occupation,
Timher Cruiser, intends to apply
for a special timber license over the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planteil
loo chains north of the north-easl
enrner of Timber License No. 9700,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 ehains, thence south so chains,
ibence east 80 chains to pnint ol
commencement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated October"22nd, 11(07.       85-Bt
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Arthur Charles
Yeager, of Moyie, H. C, occupation,
Timher Cruiser, intends tn apply
for a special limber license over the
following described lauds:
Coiiimencing at a post planteil
120 chains north of tlio north-west
enrner of Timber License OTtKi, thence
nnrth 80 chains, thenco west 80
hains, thence south 80 chains, Ihence
east 80 chains to point ofcominence
i lien t.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Daled October 23nl,  1!)U7.        35-01
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice thai Lewis W. Patmuie,
of Cranhrook, H. C, occupation,
Law Student, intends lo apply for a
special limber license over tho ful-
blowing described lands:
Commencing ut a post planted
at the north-west eorner of Lui
0120, Group 1, Kootenay District,
Ihenco west 1iU chains, thence south
SII chains, Ihenco enst so chains,
Ihence north 80 chains lu place ol
commencement.
Lewis W. Patmore.
Dated Oclobcr 22nd, 1907.       35-Ot
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTKNAY
Take notice that Lewis W. Patmore,
ol Cranbiook, H. C, occupation,
Law Student, intends to apply for a
special timber license over tbe fut-
folowlng described lands:
Commencing at u post planted
at lhe south-west corner uf Lot 0420,
Group 1, Kootenay District, Ihence
south 80 chains, theuce west SO
chains, thence north SU chains, theuce
cast su (.hains lu place ol commencement.
Lewis VI. Patmore.
Dated October 22nd,  1007.        35-Ot
C1CA-NRROOI*   LAND   DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTKNAY
Take noii. e ib.it Arthur Charles
Vender, id Moylo, H. C, occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends to apply
for a special timber license over lhe
following described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted
210 chains north of the north-east
coiner of Timber License 0708, thence
norlb SO chains, theuce west 80
chains, thence south g0 chains
thence cast 80 chains to point
of commencement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated October 22nd, 1907.        35-6t
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
UCT OF KOOTKNAY
Dirf'
Take notice that Arthur Charles
Yeager, of Moyie, B. C, occupation,
Timbei Cruiser, Intends io apply
for a special timber license . *ci the
following described lauds:
Commencing at a post planled
<5 chains west of the north-west
cornor of Timber License 8033, thenco
ii.nli 4U chains, theuce east IUU
lus, thence suuth 40 chains, theuce
i 100 chains to poinl of commencement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated October 22nd, 1007.       35-bl
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Arthur Charles
Yeaser, of Moyie, B. C, occupation,
limber Cruiser, intends lo apply
for a special timber license over the
following described lands:
Commencing     at a   post    plauted
i cliains west aud Hi chains north
of tbo north-west corner of Timbei
License U033, tlience norlh 40 chains,
Llicncc east 100 cliains, ihence south
10 chains, ihence West 100 chains to
place of commencement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated October 22nd, 1907.        35-01
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTKNAY
Tako notice that Arthur Charles
Yeager, ol Moyie, B. C, occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends to apply
for a special timber license over the
following descrihed lands:
Commencing at a post planted
5 chains west and 80 chains norlb
f lhe north-west corner of Timbei
License 0033, thenco north 40 cbains,
tbenee cast HiO chains, thenco suuth
Hi cliains, theuce wesi 100 chaius io
place of commencement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Daled October 22nd, 1907.       35-01
CRANHROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Arthur Charles
Yeager, ul Moyie, B. C, occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends lu uppl)
lur a special timber license over lhc
lollowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planteil
so chains north of the north-easl
cornei: uf Timber License No. 07U0,
Ibence norlh 80 chains, theuce west
au chains, Uience south su chains,
ihence cast 80 chains to point ol
cummeucement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated October 23rd, 1007.       35-01
Take  notice   that The
Easi Koote-
lay Lumber    Company,
Ltmlted.   of
Cranbrook, It.    r„ occu
lalion, Lum-
net   Manufacturers.     Inl
■n.l Lo apply
'or a special timber lice
ise over the
following described lands
Lot number 8178, Grot
p One. Koo*
tenay district.
The East   Kootenay    I
umber Com*
pany, Limited,
Dated  November   15th.
1907.   35-01
Nolico In hereby tin
i  Ihal  Ihiili
if ..If. ilato 1. linn
I-'  Umleck,
ff..iuu.fi, Hallway  \.
nil   ol Onto-
way, II. >'.. Inli'iul to .
|i|ily (.,    llie
Hon   Hi,.   Chlel    Com
-i .....iii-r    ..I
1.amis nml Worka lor n
Uirclal license
in mi uml carry awaj
ttmhor   from
lhe following il.fflll.f.l
all.Is:
Ne. 1.       Cotntncncln
at   ll      |108.
planted ul  llu- soiiih-.i
,-sl  corner ol
T  1,. 0911, tlience noil
1   Ml      I'llilillll.
llie]    nesl SU chains
Uienco ...nth
so chains, Uienco ensl
su eliains   to
•mint o. commencement
Dated liiTi-nilii-r llilll,
11107.
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF SOOTH EAST KOO
TENAY
'lake notice that Louise Robertson,
of Winnipeg, Man., occupation, Spinster, Intends tn applv tm' permission
11. purchase the lollowlng descrihed
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the south-west corner ol Lot 4144;
ibence norlh 80 chains, thence west
SO chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to point ol
commencement, containing 840 acres,
more or less.
Louise Robertson,
.lames R. Edmondson, Agent.
Rated Nov. 5th, 1907. 37-9t*
Nn. 2. Commencing at a post
planted 80 chains west id the northwest coiner af T, L. 0211, thence
north 100 chains, Ihence west 40
cbains, tbenee south 100 chains,
thence east 40 chains to point ol
commencement. .
Dated Recsmber 17th, 1007.
No. 3.    Commencing at    a    post
planted 40 chains west ol the southwest corner    of T. L. 13010, thence
north  100 chains,    tlience west    40
chains,     thence   south 100    chains,
thence east   40 chains to point    uf
commencement.
Dated December 18th, 1907.
Henry F. Landeck, Locator,
Eathea W. Butts, Agent.   40-Ot
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF SOUTH EAST KOO-
TENAY
Take notice that Edith Kirby, ol
Winnipeg, Man., occupation, Spinster, intends to apply tor permission
lo purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted one
mile south of Lot 2318, at the sunt'
west corner ot Lot 2242; thence west
20 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence east 20 chains, thence south
80 chains to point ot commencement,
containing 160 acres, more or less.
•lames R, Edmondson, Agent.
Edith Kirby,
Dated Not. 5th, 1907. B7-U*
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTKNAY
Take notice that Arthur Charles
Yeager, ol Moyie, H. C. occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends to apply
for a special Umber license over ihe
following described lauds:
Commencing at a pnsl planted
Kill chains north nf the imrtheast
enrner of Timber License 0700, thence
north SO ehains, tlionoo west 80
chains, thence south SO chains, thence
east 80 chains to point of commencement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
DaU'd October 22nd,  10(17.      35-01
CRANHROOK  LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF   EAST KOOTKNAY,
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Take notice that Charles A. Taylor, ol Cranbrook, uccupatiun, Teamster, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
land:
Commencing at a post planted al
tho nortli west corner of Lot 2014,
ibence north 20 chains,- Ihence west
20 chaius, tbenee soulh 20 chains,
thence east 20 chains to point of
commencement, and containing 4u
icres, more or less,
Charles A. Taylor.
Dated  October 24,  1007.       35-01*
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOU'ENAY
Take notice that Arthur Charles
Yeager, ol Moyie, B. C, occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends to appl)
lur a special timber license over un.
oliuwing described lauds:
Commencing     al a   post    planted
t the noilh-wesl coiner ol Timbei
License 0033, thence west 75 chains,
Uience suuth 85 cbains, theuce casl
75 chains, tlience north 85 chains lo
oint of commencement.
Arihur Charles Yeager.
Dated October 22nd, 10O7.      35-til
any pei son wbu is the sole bead ot a
l.tuiily, ur-any male over 11 ~mi ol
age. to   tbe    extent     of one-quarttr
..i'tiuii of 110 acies, mole or lehs.
Entry musi to made personally at
Ibe local land ulhco lui the district
in which lhe land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform Mm conditions connected thei*
with undei one uf tbe following
plans:
tl) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation uf the land Id
each year fur Ibree years.
(2) If the father (or mother, 11
Lhe father is deceased), ol lbe home-
sleader resides upon a farm in the
vicinity uf the land entered for, the
requirements as tu tesidence may be
satislied by such person residing with
Uie father or mother.
(3) lf the setller has bis permanent residence upon farming land
owned by bmi in the vicinity of hii
homestead, the requirements as to
residence may bo satisfied by test
donee upuu the said laud.
Six months' notice ia wilting
should bv given tu tbe Commissiouei
of Duininiuii Lauds at Ottawa ol in
leiiuon lo apply tor patent.
Coal lands may be purchased al
ilo per acre for soft coal and $2l<
lur anthracite. Nut moie than 32b
acres cau be acquired by oh individual ui company. Royalty at the
rale uf ten cents per ton ot 2,001
pounds shall be collected on Uw
grown output.
W. W. CORY,
'Vnirtv ot th* Ifinif-tar nt *• IittaHo»
CRANBROOK   LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Ross-Saskatoon
Lumber Company, Limited, of
Waldo, B. C, occupation, Lumbermen, intends tu apply for a special
timber license over the following
escribed lands:
Commencing nt    a   post   planted
at tht! south-West corner nf Lot No.
0175, ihwice suuth 80 chains, thence
east     80 chains,    thenco north     80
chains,    thence* west    80 chains to
place of     beginning,   and containing
iiill acres, more or less.
Ross - Saskatoon    Lumber Company,
Limited.
Dated November 13th, 1907.
Time    fur     publication   of   above
notico in   lucal     paper extended     to
December  10th,   1007.
.1. F, Armstrong,
Assistant   Commissioner     ut   Lands
and Works for the Southern Div
sion ol East  Kootenay. 39-0t
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Ross-Saskatoan
Lumber .'.Company, Limited, of
Waldo, B. C, occupation, Lumbermen, intends to apply for a special
limber license over the fullnwing
described lands:
Commencing at a post planteil
about -15 chains west and 120 chains
south of tht! south-west corner of
Lot No. 0171, or at the snuth-east
enrner uf License Lot No. 8055,
thence south 80 chains, thence west
ii chains,. thence north 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to place of
commencement, ami containing 640
acres, more or less.
Ross - Saskatoon Lumber Company,
Limited.
Daled November I3tb, 1907.
Time for publication of above
notice in   local    paper extended    to
ecember 19th, 1907.
J. F. Armstrong,
Assistant   Commissioner    of   Lands
and Works tor the Southern Division of East Koott-n.iv. 3f*6t
oi   Ic   I
Lumber Company,
tiHO acres, more .
Ross - Saslcato
Limited.
Dated November i .Mi,  1907.
Time     lor     publication   of   above
notice iu   local     paper extended    to
Decernbei  I9th, 1007.
■i. F. Armstrong,
Assistant   Commissioner    <-f   Lands
and Works foi the .Southern Division of Kast Kootenay.        39-6t
CRANBROOK  LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRII T OF Koo, ENA\
Take notice that Ross-Saskatoo*
Lumber Company, Limited, of
Waldo, U. C, occupation, Lumbermen, intends to apply for a special
imber license over the following
described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted
U0 chains west uf the south-west corner of License Lot No. snOi, tbenos
south 40 chains, thence west tu tbt
east boundary of the C. 1'. R, LOI
-1591, about ICO chains, thence north
-10 chains, ihenee east 160 chains
to place uf commencement, and containing OIU acres, more or less.
Ross - Saskatuuii Lumber Company,
Limited.
Dated November 13th, 1907.
Time fur publication of abovt
notice in lucal paper extended to
December 19th, 1907.
■'- F. Armstrong,
Assistant   Commissioner    of   Lands
and Works lor ihe Southern Division of East Kootenay.        39-tit
CUANUROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT    OF  KOOTENAY
Ross Saskatoon'
Limited,     ot
ipatlon,  Lumber-
ply for a special
r    the following
Take notice    ih.it
Lumber     Compain,
Waldo,     D. C, occt
men, intends tu
timber    license
described lands:
Commencing  at     a    post    planted
about 100 chains wesi  and 10 ihains
south of the     south-west enrner     ot
Lot No. 6171, oi  20 chains   west of
the north-west corner of License No.
8ti|i.'l, thence south Ml cbains, thence
west 80   cbains.     thenco north     80
cbains. thence east mi chains to     the
late of commencement, and containing 610 acres, more . 1  less.
Ross - Saskalooii    Lumber Company,
Limited-
Dated November 13th,  1907.
Time     for     publication   ol    above
notice in   local     paper extended     to
December 19th, lflQ?.
J. F. Armstrong,
Assistant   Commissioner    ol   Lands
and Works for the Southern Division of Kast Kootenay,       3Mt
CRANBROOK   LAND   DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take nolice that, Arthur Charles
Yeager, ol Moyie, R. C, occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends to apply
for a special timber license over the
following descriheil lands:
Commencing at a post planted
100 chains north ot the north-east
curner ol Timber License 1I35B,
thence west 00 chains, thence north
100 chains, thence east 00 chains,
theme south 108 chains lo place
commencement,
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTKNAY
Take notice that East Kootenay
Lumber Company, Limited, ul Craubrook, B. C, occupation, Lumber
Manufacturers, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described land:
Commencing at a post planted
about 30 chains south ol the N. W.
corner ol Lot 5808, Group One, Kootenay district, thenco west 20 chains,
ibence south 20 chains, thenco east
2ii chains, thenco north 20 chains to
place ol com mencement, and coutain-
ing 40 acres, more or less.
East     Kuotenay    Lumber Company,
Limited,
per Archibald Kenneth Leltch, Agent.
Dated at Jaflray, B. ti,, November lllh, 1907. 3l-0t
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Tako notice that Arthur Charles
Yeager, ol Moyie, B. C, occupation,
Timber Cruiser, intends to apply
fur a special timbei license over lhe
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
at tho north-east corner of Timber
License 0700, Ihence north 80 chains,
Iheuco west 80 chains, thence south
80 chains, theuce east 80 chains to
point of commencement.
Arthur Charles Yeager.
Dated Nov. 2nd, 1907. 35-01
CRANBROOK  LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Ross-Saskatoon
Lumber Company, Limited, ol
Waldo, B. C, occupation, Lumbermen, intends to apply for a special
timber license over the lullowing
described lands:
Cummencing at a post planted
about 30 chains south ol the northwest corner ol License Lot No. 8601,
thence west about 110 chains to the
east boundary ol C. P. R. Lot 4591,
theuce suuth 50 chains, thence east
110 chains, thence north 50 chains
to place nf beginning, and containing
uio acres, more or less.
Ross - Saskatoon Lumber Companv,
Limited.
Dated November 13th, 1907.
Time tor publication ot above
notice in local paper extended to
December 19th, 1907.
J. F. Armstrong,
Assistant   Commissioner     of   Lands
and Works fur the Southern Division ol East Kootenay. 39-6t
CRANBROOK   LAND   DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF     SOUTHERN D1YI-
SION,   KAST  KOOTKNAY
Take notice that George deary, ol
Fort Steele, B. C , occupation, Livery Stable Owner, intends to apply
fur a special Umber license over tlw
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the north-east corner ot J. Sullivan's pre-emption, ihei.ee south 80
hains. thence east 20 chains, thenca
suuth tsu chains, thence east 40
chains, thence north 80 chains, thenca
*est 20 chains, thence north 77
chains, thence west 17 chains, thenc*
north 3 chains, thence west 2S
cliains to [lace -- commstcetuot".
Gcorce Geary.
Dated December 6th. 1907.       38-8t
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF  KOOTENAY
Take notice    that    East K otenay
umber Company, L:m_t-.-d, ol Cranbrook, B.     C, occupation,     Lumisr
anuficturers, Intend to apply lot
permission tu :-.:_:....-..; lbe following
escribed Und:
Cummencing at <* post planted
about 30 chains south of the N. W.
urner ol Lot 580s, Group One, Koo-
enay District; thei ce west 20
chains,     thence    sooth     2'J   chalas;
.ence east 20 chains; thence north
20 chains to place ol c .mut-ncernent,
nd containing 40 ^cr s more oi
less.
ast Kooten-iy Lumber Company,
Limited.
Dated December 13th, 1907.     39-01
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Lewis W. Ratmore,
of Cranbrook, U. C, occupation,
Law Student, intends to apply lur a
special timber license over the fol-
lulowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
at lhe southeast curner ul Lot
420, Group 1, Kootcuay District,
tbenee west 80 chains, Ihence suulii
80 chains, thenct east 80 chains,
hence north 80 chains to place ol
ommencement.
Lewis w. Patmore.
Dated October 30tb, 1907.       35-tit
Arthur Charles Yeager.    I Keeper,
Dated October 23rd,  1907.       35-Ot |sion t0
LAND NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I, Harry
Hamilton   McVittie,    of   Cranbrook,
-,    B. C,     occupation,   General Agent;
"0\  agent for Victor Albert Rollins,    ul
1 Cranbrook, B.   C, occupation, Hotel
NOTICE
intend   to app'y tot pernns-
purchase    six   hundred and
, forty acres ot land bounded as    lol-
jlows: -■
Commencing at a post planted on
I the west boundary ol Lot 339, G. 1,
Estray on premises, at Wardner, B. | East Kootenny, eighty chains south
C, two sorrel horses, branded on ol the northwest corner of said Lot;
jaw, white star on forehead. Thei hence north eighty chains, thenco
same have broken into and done con- west eighty chains, Ihenee south
sldprahle damage to garden. Owner | Ighty chains, thence east eighty
may have the same by paying chains to place of commencement,
damages and expenses. Apply to ■ Victor Albert Rollins,
S. J. Harrison, p. O. Box 5, Ward-1 ||rtrry Hamilton McVittie, Agent,
otr, B. C. 36-3fc« i    |)(tl0(| October 21, 1907. 3l-9t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF    SOUTHERN DIVISION, EAST KOOTENAY
Take notice that I, Lyman J. Taylor, of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation,
Teamster, intend to apply tor permission to purchase the following
described land:
Commencing at a post plauted at
ho north-east corner tt Lot 7327,
theuce south 40 chains, thence east
20 chains, thence norlh 40 chains,
thence west 20 chains to point of
commencement, and containing 80
acres, more or less.
Lyman J. Taylor.
Dated Nov. 20, 1900. 38-0t
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OP KOOTENAY
Take notice that Ross-Saskatoon
Lumber Company, Limited, o!
Waldo, B. C, occupation, Lumbermen, intends to apply for a special
timber license over the following
descrihed lands:
Commencing at     a   post   planted
20 chains west of the soulh-west corner ol License Lot   No. 8602, thence
south 80    chains,     Uience west     80
chains,    thence    in.ith     mi    chains,
thence   east mi    chains to place    of
commencement,    and containing   640
acres, more or less.
Ross - Saskatoon   Lumber Company
Limited.
Dated November 13th, 1907.
Time    for    publication  of   above
notice in   local    paper extended    to
December 19th, 1907.
•I. P. Armstrong,
Assistant   Commissioner    «(   Lands
nnd Works lor the Southern Division of East Kootenay.        39-M
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.
CRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF SOUTH-EAST KOOTENAY
Take notice thai Mayook Lumbar
Company, Limited, -,t Mayook, B.
B., occupation, Lumber Mar.ulactur-
ers, intend to apply for permission
to 'purchase the following described
land:
Commencing at a p"St planted at
the south-east corner of Lot No.
331, Oroup 1, Kootenay District,
thence south 40 chains, thence west
10 chains, thence north 40 chains,
thence east 40 chains to the point ol
commencement, and r. .r,tain:ng 160
acres, more or less.
Mayook Lumber Companv, Limited.
Dated December 7th, 1907.       M-»t
CRANBROOK  LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY
Take notice that Ross-Saskatoon
Lumber Company, Limited, ol
Waldo, B. c, nccupation, Lumbermen, intends to apply for a special
timber license over the following
described lands:
('ommencing nt     a    post   planted
at the N. E. corner nl Lot No. 8282,
Group l,    thence    west about    40
chains to the north-west corner    ol
Lot No. 8282, thence   north    ahont
2i chains    to the   north line of License    Lot  No.  8607,    thence   west
about 15 chains to the east line    o|
j Lot     No.    6173,     thence north 80
[ chains, thence east 40 chains, thence
Lands   south 60 chains,   thence cast   about
40    chains
Anv    available   Dominion
within tha   Railway Belt in   British   15 chains, thence south
Columbia, may bs   faoniesteaded    by  to place ot beginning, aad Containing  ber 7th, 1107.
NOTICE
Notice is heiebv given that thirty
days alter date ]', Henry F. Landeck, occupation, Railway Agent, ot
Gateway, B. «'., Intend 10 apply t«
the Hon. the Chlel I oi imissloncr ot
Lands and Works lot a special license to cut and carry away timber
Irom the lullowing described lands
No. 1. Coiiimencing ut a pust
planted at the north-west corner ol
Timber Limit 1.211, thence north 80
chains, thence est 10 chains, thencs
north 40 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence south 120 chains,
thence east 40 cliains to point ot
commencement.
No. 2. Commencing at a pott
planted about 40 chains nnrth nt tht
north-east corner ot Timber Limit
6211, thence east Hi chains, tbencs
north 80 chains, thence west 10
ehains, thence smith 40 chains,
Uience cast 40 chains, thence south
40 chains to point ot commencement.
No. 3      Commencing  at a    pott
planted at the north-west corner   ol
Timher Limit 0207, thence east     81
chains, thence norlh *0 cliains, thenca
west    80   chains,   Ihenee   south   80
chains, to point nf commencement.
Henry K. Landeck,   Locator,
Kathen W. Butts, Agent.
Dated at     OnteWaV, B. C, Decem- lllf:   i :K AN ROOK   [IEUAJ.il
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The months of January and February are usually very quitt,
being between seasons, and as we do not wish to reduce our stall
of efficient tailors, we wil! offer the following reductions in Men'.-;
Suitings:
Regular W7.00 IMPORTED SCOTCH TWEED for #112.00
$35.00 " ■' #110.00
$U4.UU «'.»».00
$32.00 #27.00
At these prices we should be able to keep all hands going. Wc
guarantee perfect goods, workmanship and satisfaction in every
respect.
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Women's Shoes
At Cost and Less
We have decided to discontinue the Women's" Shoe Department
and are offering our entire slock' of'such well-known nukes as
" Dolly Varden," "Invictus" and "Empress" Brands
at the following greatly reduced prices s
Regular $6.00 lines for  #3.75
$4 50    '•        #3.25
$4.00    "  #8.00
*2.7»    "         #1.75
$3.00 SH-K SUPPER for         #2.00
$2.00 STRAP SAN DA LS for   &1.25
$1.76 HOUSE SLIPPERS for   #1.20
$1.50      "                                #1.00
85o, ami $1.00 RUBBERS "     •  .110
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MIGHTON'S
CIGAR  STORE
while   llu- latter     is taking n vara-    WANTRD-One    second-hand   law-
tion. I mill in good condition; capacity 10,-
A nuuiiiii ..[ iisitiiig brethren were0"-1 <>' l2.0ll-> teel per day, with.planar i Iw meeting of tin. Bugles on Pri- « "'"' groover. Address, Crown
iluy night. Among uthi-rx ... Bcat-|Coal * Coke Co., Crows Nest, B.
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LOCAL NOUS
PICKED UP AUOUT TDK CITY MY
ASKING QUESTIONS OF
MANV PEOPLE
tt. H   Hill spent Suu.hiv in Moyie
.1. Wnllor, morclmnt ot Mnrys-
villo, was in town on Friday,
Waller VnnArsdnlen, of Korl
Steele, wns in town on Monday.
Dr. Collin, of Movie, was in Cranbrook on Monday.
W. K. Gurd returned from Kelson
on Monday.
C. McKay ami wife, of Moyie, spent
Sunday in Cranhrook.
K. tt. Adolph, of Bnynes I akc,
was in town on Sunday.
A. 1(. I'Vnwk'k. of Fori Stele,,
visited Cranhrook on Tuesday.
Louis Cote, contractor, of Kernie,
spent Friday in Cranhrook.
Dr. il. II. and Mrs. King loll for
Victoria on Sunday whore the doctor
duties.
E. II. Ferris, who has heen in
flic hospital for alioutt wo weeks, is
tp.it and about again.
It. I.. T. Oalhrnitli, of Fori Sleele,
drove into Cranhrook on Friday en
route Tor Fernie on business.
Constable Routh, of Moyie, visited
Cranbrook nn Tuesday ' on official
business.
Fred Hitchie, tho well known traveller nf Victoria, was registered at
Iho Cranhrook on Tuesday.
Ed. Home, manager of the Kast
Kootenay Lumher company, visited
■ 'algnry this week.
J. II. McMulien, government agent
nf Fernie. visited Cranhrook on business on Saturday.
tt'. F. nurd, after attending lhe
lumbermen's convention at- Nelson,
! L'oceedod to lbe coast on business.
Mayor Finlny came Into town from
Kimberley on Fridav to attend tbe
meeting of citizen.-; held Ihal evening
iif Ihe new opera house.
E. C. Smith, the mnn who made
St. Marys prairie famous, was in
town on Tuesday shaking hands with
bis numerous friends.
T. Martin, assistant divisional engineer for the C. P, R. at Cnlgarv,
was in Cranbrook this week on company's business.
WANTED-A 'urnished room in a
private   --bouse    by a young    man.
J. CL McCallum visited Ferine this
week on business connected with the
contract be has there loi the Dominion government building.
CL Erickson, divisional superintendent here, loft for Winnipeg on Friday to confer with R. Barnwell
chief tie agent of the C. P. It.
Patmoro Brothers, the well known
plumbers, have gotten our a verj
pretty and useful match holder,
which they are presenting to tlieii
friends and customers.
E. .1. Clayton, one of Mnrysvllle's
leading merchants, was in' Cranhrook on Friday on his wav home
from spending the holidays with bis
brothers in Nelson.
Pr. A. IC. ConuolL, nf Vancouver,
brother of Dr. Connolly of this cilv,
irrlved in Cranhrook on Friday.
The doctor came in answer to tbe
tidings of his mother's death, which
occurred last. Tuesday.
The office of the Royal hotel hits
been redecorated. The proprietor,
F. B. VanDecar, and the manager,
Thos. Cole, are to lie congratulate
on the artistic appearance it
makes.
.1. CL Bury, assistant general manager of the C. P. It. at Winnipeg
spent about, half an hour in Crnnbrook on Tuesday evening ou his way
to the coast. Mrs. Bury and her
daughter are unending a week with
Mrs. V. Hyde Baker.
Ben Pugh, who has luvn spending n
month wiui an old friend in Fernie.
his returned to Cranhrook and says
llml in a few days he will go up the
Si. Mails to look afler his many
mining Interests,
WANTED-A furnished room in a
Mr. and Mrs, Lester Clapp have
taken up Iheir temporary quarters
■a lbe second lloor of tbe soda water
factory building ns Ihey are unable
tu secure a  bouse nt Ibis tlmt.
William Taylor had ihe misfortune
to break bis leg on Monday while
decking logs al lbe Rohtoson-Mo-
Kemtio Lumber company's mill. Dr.
Mercer was summoned at once and
reduced the fracture, bringing lbe
patient to the St. Eugene hospital,
where lie is doing well.
The C. P, It. announces a further
cut in lhe ocean rales of the Empresses east hound, Second-class to
! Liverpool, $3,1.75; third-class to
i Liverpool, $17.50. What a chance lor
! Englishmen tn spend a week or two
j in rfear old London,
j The Cranbrook city hand desires tti
thank A. L- McDermot tor a cheque
! with which be presented them. Mr.
, McDermot is always on hand to do
{anything that will help to advance
j Cranbrook or any of hor instltu-
' lions.
I Wm. Reynolds returned ftom Winnipeg the lirst of the week, where he
had been spending bis holidays and
is relieving General Ynrdnmster
! ..hauler    of   the   Cranbrook yards,
geon, of the Broeton, Mass., aerie
aud IL Korey, ol the Calgary birds'
nest.
"Sunny Jim Cole, eldest son of
Thomas Cole, manager of the Royal
hotel, bad the misfortune 1o break
his leg ou Tuesday last. The little
hap was playing on the station platform when two trunks, which were
piled upon a truck, fell on him,
breaking his leg near the knee. Jim
is doing as well as can be expected,
but, be will have to be kept in bed
for some time to come.
Dr. G. E. I.. MacKinn.in arrived
(lorn Ontario on Friday and proceeded in Marysville nn Saturday, where
he will practice inediotuo iu assocln
tion witb Dis. King A Green, of thi;
eity. Dr. MurKinuun 'v. a mnn from
Glengarry and a graduate of tbe Me-
Gill Mi-dir.il college, having taken
his degree in Bill:!. He wa-, houia
surgeon at iln- Royal Victoria Ims
pnal. Montreal, from .luno, luflft, iu
.luui'. I HOO, and since thai tun.- luix
been practicing al Alexandra!', Onl
Marysville i-< torliinaln in gelilui
Bucb a well ipialifieil innd (en I praeli
I inner.
The lletal.l r. in recolpl ol a    \es|
pockel   loot   rule irom  tl..'  I ni.ni
Press ciippmg Agency >.t Toronto li
is n good rule and a good advertisement, ami it  is mad.- in i 'aiiiida
\ jolly sleighing part) lo Fori
Steele was arranged hv Mr. .onl
Mrs. .1. Edwards on Tuesdn\ even
ing. The party consisted oi Vlrs
Glnsford, the Misses A. and M.
Illckenhollmm, Miss B. McDonald, tbe
Misses Drummond, Mnslor .1. Nor
man Edwards, Mr. T, Sunns, Mr.
Bamiernian, Mr. -I. A. Jones, Mr. E,
M. Bradford. Mr. C. Baker, Mr. 11.
Hanlield and Mr. Whitfield Chapman.
After the drive lhe parlv Were    en-
lei'tained at  lhe
Mrs.  Edwards.
The new     Edi
all the patrotiagi
ing pictures an- verj
the     best       we    ha'
and the illustrated S>
a great attraction.
Poacher's     Love,"
Honeymoon,"    "The
voitgo    and Ihe "Tw
all   good
of Mr
I be.. I
gets.
ever
iirs are pr
I'bis week
"An     K*i
Artist's
Sisti
LARGE        MILL       BURNED AT
KENORA
Kciiora, .Ian. 15.—Tbe Maple Leaf
mill here, one ol tlie finest on the
continent, is a total loss by fire.
The loss will reach a million dollars
nnd is a distinct loss tn the town.
NEW
BANK     MANAGER
CRANBROOK
Full
ivlng
■■The
moving pictui
i'e aud clean,
■a ted song "Good Byi
e" is as pretty .is ii i
Word    has heen n
I rite
alistie.
The illus-
Annie I.au
s cnlcby.
il from   the
It, T, lliymuer has been appointed
malinger of the ('ranbrook branch ot
tbe Canadian Bank of Commerce and
will be here in about two weeks to
lake up bis duties. Mr. Rrymuer is
well known in Cranhrook, having
been on the stab' of the Hank ol
Commerce some four years ago, and
while here made a host of Iriends
The management of the Bank ol Commerce have made a Wise selection in
ehi.'-inr Mi Itiwiincr lor (he man
ageldnp ..i tbe. liiancb, for the reason thai be is a man who knows the
west, knows the conditions that
uxlsl in lhe west, and knows how to
handle   the   Ims SS ol  a  blllllf     when
.-.md ..iii< <i ia western conditions
Willi Mi Brymner as manager ami
Mt \i.diew"; .is accountant and assistant, ii goes without saving thai
the Iliinli nf Commerce will continue
tn retain Ils reputation as tine <>i
Cranbrook's best financial Institutions
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EAOLES FLY [UGH
The local area of Eagles held an
Dilatory meeting on Friday evening
ivlien the following were initiated inlo lhe mysteries of living without
wings: F. W. Reeves, W. B. Ander
son, -i. F. Beacon, A. G. Workman,
li   McLean and W. B. l.aing.
Afier Ihe ceremonies wen1 over
tarty "f the birds adjourned lo lily's
restaurant, when- a banquet was
partaken of. It is superfluous to
sav thai ihe banquet was good, because Bly conked it. Following the
fe.isl speeches and songs were in-
lii. The toast- ot the King
uul; with the usual honors.
Beeves' singing was as usual
ippreeiated. -I. E. Davis spoke
toast "Tbe Occasion,"
Ii a ine
Mr.
coast that a new law linn has
formed in Vancouver under thiol Harvey, McCartet *t Lucas.
Harvey was seen yesterday hy
piesi'iitatne of the Herald and
stated lhat owing to the volume of
business bis firm was transacting at
cast points, it had become Hcces-
sarj for him to have an office in
Vancouver. Although Mr. Harvey
will have to spend a good deal nf
time at. ibe coast be will still continue to practice and make his home
in Cranbrook.
JUDGE WALKKM DEAD
The death of the Hon. George
Anthony Walkem, in his 73rd year,
will be a source of regret to his
many fricuds throughout the province. Both as a member of the
legislative assembly of the province
and as a supreme conn judge he rendered the country much valuable service. In office tic was painstaking
and in the opposition he was always
alert to find the weak spots in his
Opponent's policy. Twice .ludge
Walkem was premier oi tbe province,
first Irom 1874 to 187(1 and again
from 1S78 to 1883.
TERRIBLE HOLOCAUST IN  PENNSYLVANIA
Owing to something going wrong
with the calcium light apparatus during an entertainment given for the
benefit of a Sunday school. 170 persons, mostly women and children,
lost their lives at Boycrlown, Pa.,
last Monday. Hoyertown is a
small town with a population of
250U aud on Monday evening some
Hit) persons were crowded into ihe
Rhodes opera house, which is on tbe
third story nf a building, attending
a Sunday schnnl entertainment. Tlm
perfnrmanefi was nearly ovor when
something went wroug'witb the calcium light apparatus, a cry of lire
was raised, a panic ensued and the
exits being few and small, between
ItiO and 170 persons were crushed
and the building is a reap of ruins.
 4	
Ml CONTEST IN FERNIE
The following wero nominated fur
mayor and aldermen at Fernie last
Monday and all go in by acclamation: Mayor, Wm. Tuttle; aldermen,
.1. I). Quail, F. .1. Watson, Fred,
Johnson, B, B. c. Hammond, .1.
Broley and Fred Vance.
 ♦	
PETERS CLIMBS HIGHER
It will he good news to F. W
Peters' many friends in this district
to bear that ho is again to receive
promotion, Tbis time it is under
stood be will he made general trallic
manager- This position puts bim in
II traffic, both freight and
on the C. P.  It.  western
iharge of .
passenger,
lines.
A BAD MAN
linked
Wits di
■'. tt.
much ;
ii.  Ihu
that particularly oratorical style of
his, whieh everyone delights in hear-
int!:. A quartette was rendered by
C. Smith, Mr. Gill, W. B. Laing and
thai wnm'crfitl soprnno, Pave Elmer,
The latter, who is a masculine prima*
iluiuii!, almost literally brought
down the house. Mr. Elmer replied
tu (lie toast of the visitors, with
his usual tire of running comments on
things in general.      Bly replied    to
the tnasi  "Our Host,"'in a pleasing
way,      lt was early—in the morning
—when the birds flew home to roost.
 4	
\   \KW OIL COMPANY
The Canadian Northwest Oil company, whose advertisement appears
upon tbe first, page of the Herald
ibis week, is a concern with its head
i.like iu Victoria. Its directorate
Imard are all Victorians and arc
evidently acting in good faith and
have invested (heir own money in the
proposition. The agent of the
company, .Mr. E. Crouch, claims thai
a few months mnre will prove the
great  value of their holdings.
The Best Cigar in
Town
The Beresford
2 for 25c
Mcdonald & laing
Masonic Block
• I. Sliaiialiaii, i.f Moyie, was given
elglil monllis in Melson gaol lor being ilrunk anil I..-,iiiiii; liis wile,
Hetves liim right. ... sliattalian did
imt like Hu- lili-a ol board leg nl tlm
-government's expenso at Nelsnn Inr
Hint period, sn l.«- assaulted ..be
pollecmnii iii'b a knife anil ii.lliil.-il a
wns liroiigln in Cranbrook on 'I'm-s-
day tn Im- irii-,1 nn tbe charge nl as-j
snulllng .ni nniror while In ibe discharge ol bis duty, nnd had another
number nl wounds. .1. Shanahan
sis months added to his sentence bv
Stipendiary Magistrate Armstrong.   ,
 *  I
MANITOBA     HAS      HRR     OWN
I'HONRS I
Winnipeg, .Ian. 15.—The provincial
government th's morning lormally
took over the Dell telophone system
in Manitoba, which will be operated
under a commission. i
 »	
■     MARRIED '
On January H, at the Catholic
ehureh, Nelson, Hugh McMillan, ot
Waldo, to Miss Agnes Macdonald, of
Nelson.
NURSERY STOCK
Send for our descriptive catalogue
nl nursery stuck. Address The Riverside Nurseries, Grand Forks, B.
C. 41-tf
BOVRIL
Contain* the
life-sustaining
elements of
BEEF
Beef extra eta cont iln only lhe (Uvoi
and stimulating ottiinenls ol'href—
ihe nutritive values are lost in llu*
mnkttur, Baron Mel%, tlio in von tor
.>! beer extract h, u.liullle.l llial, llr
Mi.) "ll ii hut a ronditiient and
-.linuil.uit, containing no ntnttnr
capnblo ol Rusiattilng 111b."
That ii whetr- BOVRIMIIbn from
I it el'i xliiuls.
HOV IOL dooa contain Ihe nourishment and llfu-auMRlnlng etetiicnta of
boefnn well an it* rich flavor.
HOVItll.irlvoj-Mr.-nglhflniln.MirlHh-
ment to ihe Invalid. Willi llshulp
ymi enn maku lefWver icrnpn into
delicious consommes- bouillons and
soups With very liltlf trouble.
liOVIOI. ift Ihe true economic imhe
tome kitchen,
Vmii ...... ri'sells JiOVKIL. ,.
GREZ( LADIES
HAIR DRESSING PARLOR
NOW OPEN
Oppuile Biilc of ftwMrce
Manufacturers of human huir
goods and hair jewelry. Fancy
combs imported dirrct from
Paris.
CRANBROOK, B. 0,

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